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

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. 3. _TITUSVILLE: Indian River, FLA., FRIDAY, APR. 1O, 1891.: No. 9. ;


' LOCAL NEWS. -Mr. J. S. Garrlgucs, of Brynmawr -Mr. W. S. Williams, of St. Louis, -=iMr.. and Mrs. Davidson, of Laporte, A Railroad Rumor'hiss Transportation Topic '

Pa., was in town Monday. Mo., was In town this week. Ind., started homewards on Monday.We -- -

Service at the Episcopal Church on -Mr. Pollock, of the London Satur '- are pleaded: to note that Mr*. been floating about for the past Mason Yonng Retlr**.

I Society, and General Qoniilp In connection Sunday-morning and evening.Mr. day Reriew, receives a salary of $10,000 Bravo Is much better after her late 111- month to the effect' that ft road was A meeting of the directors of tile ?.. ,, ,
with Indian Hirer and Lake Worth *eetlon a year. about to be built from Oviedo to the dlnn River Steamboat Company was heW
daring pMt week. Brief mention of Harry Teasdale is the popular new' In Jacksonville last Thursday, and R. XT
Interesting Event) About People You purser on board the steamer Sebastian.A 83: ?"" By subscribing $1J>0 per annum Evening prayer every Wednesday at Indian lUver. It Is now reported that Coleman, proficient of the J., T. and K.

Know, and People Yon Don't Know- fine lot of new band. for the ADVOCATE:, it will only cost you 4 pm. Litany, Friday at 10 a. m. at the right of way ha been secured to W. R'y Co., was elected to the presidency .
: Picked, op by Our Society Editor. wall-paper, Three C IIPer Week Included SU Gabriel's };p IICOI\al church. South ItocklcdgA, which will be tho of the Steamboat Company. Mr. R. li.
some patterns! at Screven's drug store. 2 southern terminus, and that the contracts Cable, general manager of the aaaM
@j'1 Advertisements -Mr. J. S. Curtlss, of the Pines, was to any part of the United States. ,-Mr. J. E. Starke, the popular auditor are to the effect that the grant or Railway, was appointed to act In the
under this headIng in town a few this week. -Mr.'J. M. Laflin, who started for .ot the J., T. A K. W. Railway Is_ intown donations of right of way shall be forfeited same rapacity for the Indian Rim
[ are ten cents line week. days If tho road Is Steamboat
per per New York last Friday stopped lu ; to-day.. not completed on or Company.
-Get the ADVOCATE at Dr. Screven's. -Capt. Jones, an old steamboat man, over before January 1st, next. It Is assorted When the now that Messrs. Coleman .
is in command of the St. Lucie vice Capt. Jacksonville until Monday.Mr. Wanted flno variety pineapple plants, that a spur track will be extended to the and Cable would In future t'ontrol.the
I Five Cents per copy. W. Lee. and Mrs. Julius Tyler, of Fort gauranteo as to variety. O. Nlckol river at Harduetillo and at Cocoa-ami affairs' of tho Steamboat Companyreacb. 4.
-The London Standard allows Its editor Pierce have been upending of jiostofflce, Jacksont'lilts. 011 the main line Is to run on tho level land Tltusvllle, considerable Interest -''''' r
a couple
of -Wanted several hundred bearing from half a mile to a mile and a half manifested and there was a good deal of
|, a salary $15,000 per annum. orange trees.' Send price and particularsto days In town. They, returned Monday -Major.Majjruder and daughter made from the ilvor. It Is assorted positively speculation as to whether other Import-:

Messrs. Watson, Davies and Wash- Robbins & Graham. afternoon.Mrs. a flying visit to town, from Rocklodgo, by certain prominent grower, who claimto I ant changes would follow, and(what the
i,burn talks of taking a trip to the Florida ; 8 t.f. Trlay and her niece Miss Hale on Monday. They returned home on know, the facts that the work ,wlllbn ftitme policy of till now management
and tho mad with allpossible would be. The former of the
-Mr. C. M. Gardner, of the popular begun completed president
the first of next week.
j Keys I took a trip to the St. Lucle.Mrs. ,
Jupiter on Monday'ssteamer ,
I monthly Gasttletr; of Palatka us a !' at once. Indian River Steamboat Company had
-Thq ADVOCATE was the recipient of gave St. Ltirte. It Is Miss Hale's -. Ncttlo Neutz and Mrs. Ban Capt. It. A. lIal leo has sold about all made a bitter fight to monopoUio 'the

r a, beautiful bouquet of roses and other pleasant call to-day first trip to Jupiter. croft, of New Oilcans, wore In town Saturday his town site at Hanloevllte and Homo I transportation of the river, and In Ida
! -Supt. J. H. Sams, of Courtney, was five hundred acres of back lands, during efforts to crush out competition during.
flowers this week.
In town and -Mrs. Towns, wife of our late Con and Sunday, on their way down tho present week, for $30,000; and It Is the past few months has deprived the
Wednesday officea .
' -bliss McGehee, of Toledo, who ar- gave our ductor Towns, arrived here Monday, on the river. claimed that the purchase was made by Hallway Company of thousands of dot.

E rived here Saturday, left for down the pleasant call. her way to Jupiter, where she Is visitingMrs. Messrs. J. II. Sams, S. F. Glbbs and agents of the "Lake Jessup, Indian River lara worth of freight by preventing :the .,
I river on Monday's steamer. -Mr. C. M. Bonsall, of New York, Gus Miller. A. L. Hatch, were in town, Tuesday, to 'and Atlantic Railway Company." We competing line from landing at the ,'rail ,
has been spending a few days in town attend to their duties as members of the are somewhat skeptical, but will await way terminus. It has been reported
:. Cook's. Tourist Agency will send -Capt. A. Bennett, of Eau Gallie, has school\ board which was in session on developments that President Coleman and General V-
the of and
Mr. Mrs. Lorimier.
['any person from Jacksonville to London been In town a few days. lIe came up that day. Manager Cable worn Inclined to accord
the Sweeney facilities for the, deliveryand 1
J.and return, flrst-class, for $120. -The new schedule of the Indian for lumber for the house he is about to ......Messrs. S. F. Hindlcy, A. Brooks, F. From Tallahassee. receipt of freight at the railway

'....Mrs. Fairchild, Miss Lena Norwood River Steamboat Co. went Into effect on build on his homestead.Mr. R. Brooks and E. C, Knight, of Chicago, Both the senate and house are fully dock but were unablo to do no aa long a* ,

'and the Misses Jeannette and Annie ; Monday. See time table on page 4. Wm. M. Brown bl\ll' purchased were In town this week, on their way organized and have settled down to Mason Young remained at the head Gt l

\Paddlson took a trip to New Swyrna, : -Money I Money I I Money I I I to from Mr. D. S. Ilutcliinxon the two lots down' tho river. business. A number of bills have been the Indian that Mr.River Cablo' Steamboat has full control Company.Now ml {

j Saturday, returning on Monday. i loan on real estate. Apply to Robbins&; lying between Gardner's and Budge's r-The quarterly conference of the Introduced. One, In the senate by Hammond l both the railroad and steamboat interests
Graham, Titusville, Fla. it I. believed ho will bo Inclined afford
church providing that on and after Its to
-Mrs. S. M. Lorimier and Miss Laura stores, on Washington avenue, for the Methodist will convene tomorrow

f were spending a couple of days at Rock- -Mr. and Mrs. Bogert, of Chicago, sum of $1,100. At the Methodist church, Tltusvllle, I passage no more land shall be sold for delivering the fiwoene freight to the facilities Railroad far jttTltusvllle :

|ledge the first of the week. Mr. Bon- who have been on a trip down the river, -President, Palmer of the groatWorld's at 11 a. m. T. J. Nixon, presiding elder. non-payment of taxes, received Its first and It In probable. the new'
* sail loft here on Monday's train, on their reading. under suspension of the rules. line will receive fair treatment In future. ,
accompanied them. north. fair and party, who are enjoy I. -Mr. John II. Roberts, of New York, It Is possible, under this bill, that some Many rumors are afloat a* to contemplated "
-On :Sunday; at the Episcopal church, way Ing life at the Hotel Indian River, at one of the McAbee Fruit Company, was of the county sales, advertised for May Improvements at Tltunvtlle. Mr.

i the Rev. B. F. Brown will take as his Bee-keepers wishing comb, foundations Rockledge, are expected again' at the In town Sunday and again on Wedncs. the 4th, may bo stopped, and If tho bill Cable, long ago announced that torecognised t

| subject-"The relation of the Church to can get their wax worked, made Windsor to-nlght.-Evenlng Telegram, day. Tills concern have still about ten becomes In Brevard a law there this will be no tax sale the importance Of this point

' the Faith and Sacraments." up or foundations ready made at A. Monday. oAr loads of oranges to ship.A No balloting county has taken year.piano for U. S. the and terminal.proposed Now to enlarge that matter and Improve entirely 1

-Miss A. E. nigbie, of Newark, N. J., Froscher's, Titusville, Fla. 8'2tMr. -Stop at the Titusville Meat Market, shell marl crossing for pedestrians senator, but Senator Call's forces are under his control the contemplated
T..J. O'Brien, of Mlcco; and Mr. : Avenue when hue been down being skillfully handled and his chances Improvements will be carried out.
| who has been on a lengthened visit to on Washington you come put as an experiment, are training hour. lion. Gardner ;
relatives Indian Frank Everett, of Fort Pierce, were in to town. Fresh chickens vegetables from store to the andIf every It I II Just possible tho dry dock: may
on River, returned home eggs! Brady's postofflce, 8. Hardee bas been placed on the follow come back from Eau Galllel j and repair
r wards on Monday's noon train. town last Saturday, and gave us a pleasant beef, pork sausages, Tennesoe but satisfactory, this material will be used ing standing committees of the senate: shops for the rolling stock of tho road

-Capt. Jas. Pritchard has purchasedMr. call. ter, etc. E. J. Davis, manager.t.f.. by tho city fathers In future whenever a agriculture, Immigration' corporationsand may be built. The extension to the 4
fisheries. lion II. F, Atkinson will
south moot with favor from the
| S. II. Ray's buggy, and Mr. Ray intends -Mr. Jno. T. McDowell, who has con -Capt. W. Lee Informs us be has resigned new"crossing Is necessary serve on the following standing com management, and no it will be many yearn new ',

purchasing another for the use of ducted the .Tropical Hotel, Rookledge, his position as commander the WThe Tim'-Unfoa of :Monday reports mittens of the house: public prlntlll"1 before such a step will be iorionalyconsidered. :4

Mrs. Ray and family, which they are thIs winter, left on the noon train, Mon steamer St. Lucia, and expects to take a II. F. Atkinson our representative a* commerce and navigation and .

, anxiously looking for. day, for his home In New York. position on the steamer Margaret which having arrived In Tallahassee last Sun- : county organization If the J., T, and K. W system wontdt
As matter of fact he detained
. Grasse, which Queen Victoria has -Mrs. Jones, who Is visiting her will run from New Haven, Conn., during In day.Titusville a until ,noon was Monday and I and hire. Ionn ger secure service two between swift steamer here and for Melbourne the passer,

chosen as the place for her spring visit, daughter, Mrs. W. M. Brown, will leave the summer season. The Margaret Is could not have arrived at the capitol un- and make the run to Rocklodge la two
, Is of the towns the Riv for her home at Hartford, Conn., next now at Tampa, where she has been doing till Tuesday morning. The lamA Journal Returned here yesterday afternoon hours, and use their present boats entirely
one prettiest on week; and will stop over for a few days, sketch of lion.
In Its
biographical from their cruise around the Florida for freight, they would haft) a
duty this winter.Dr. .
iere. It It Cannes and Is veritable visiting friends, In Jacksonville.Mr. .
near a Gardner S.. Hardee came te Brevard ,
service. The rf
perfect great majority
Key. They gave us a pleasant call, and
B. L. .Wills called to Oak and settled a
land of flowers.Mr. B. J. Mims and daughter Miss was county at Rocklodge'ln tourist find a short run on the water *
report a delightful trip In Capt.
Hill to Mr. Allen who had 1880. This statement Is twenty year very after
Tuesday, see delightful change a long
Juo. C. Jones, son of Judge M. Deckle, who have been stopping at Rock- wide of the mark Vann's yacht Mlnnehaha. The Lieutenant journey
his elbow dislocated from a fall from his by rail, and if they could go i
S. Jones, left here on the Sebastian, ledge for a time, returned here on the -Quite a party of ladles were In town was the first one who was ever Titus villa by land, the great majority
horse. lie and Dr. Fox reduced the dislocation ,
. Tuesday, on his way to St. Lucie, where Sweeney on Saturday afternoon, on their, known to catch a tarpon In Biscay would choose the ronte by steamer." We
and left the yesterday, viewing the sights, and mak.
he expects to remain about a month. home. young man quite await further developments. '
way I and have not
bay; we are sorry we space
call the ADVOCATE
a pleasant on
comfortable. Dr. Wills returned to Ing ,
He baa been at White Springs academyfor to tell all the good things he said of the
-During the past week there were town Wednesday.The amongst them being-Mrs. Chambers, Coast
some months past, and Is now on a East country-especially around
vacation. nine hundred and sixty deaths In Chicago schooner Ellle, that left here Mrs. Moulton, and the Misses Wilkinson, Biscayne bay, Miami and Lake Worth, Cocoa.

front grip, and yet we hear northerners last her to West Chamber, Ilelery and Pirn, of El Dora; of which section he could not peak too it :
-Mrs. R. S. Sheldon, of New Smyrna, Friday, on way Key highly. Ills hunting and fishing trip to'
of the cold ;
and the Misses Hartwell and
complain slight we geton Markley, Work I I. the
progressing on new store
the Bahamas, eta, did not start through the Indian encampment courteous treatment
1. the happy of quite a curiosity ; M
Indian River. who have been the of Mr. 8. A. Belcher.
Inlet until spending winter at the Yacht Club ,
Jupiter Tuesday, owing to by Blscayne Bar ;
In the shape of a Mareschal Nell rose
-Other noticeable Improvements In unfavorable and squally winds. The Rockledge, but who are now on their :Mr. Ewen; our old friend, Mr. Jas./ Mo- Miss Larson! of Tltusvllle, ha been
bush. The bush is one year old and has ware way to their respective homes In the Crory, etc., were all graphically described visiting Mr*.'0\. 8. Dixon. '
all well aboard and
town are-the laying of a shell crossing party In high "
last week she and
but one stalk. One day ; so pleased was he with
north. left the littler
They on Sweeney the Geo. Mercler I Is his ,
Capt. visiting
counted 235 buds,and full blown roses from Brady's corner to the pogtofflce; everything connected with the trip, that
spirits.The this
afternoon.. daughter Edith week.
on this bush alone. It presents a beau- the preparation of Mr. J. W. Rogers' Sweeney Is still doing a heavy. he will either build or buy a yacht for
-The Alliance men held their meetingat cruising on the water of the East Coast Miss Minnie Johnson returned last
sidewalk, In front of his new store a load
business her for the
and fills the ; freight average .
tlfull appearance surrounding the court house last Saturday night, next winter. Of Captain Carlin and hU week from her vUljt to City Point,
shell walk in front of Mrs. Decker's new past week being about 1,600 boxes. It he
air with the delightful odor peculiar and who gallant crew spoke In high terms,
our reporter, was prowling Mr. W. A. Howland returned fromUa
residence, etc. Is surprising where all the come giving quite a description of the able 11
to this variety of the rose. oranges
the search of Item at Lake Worth
vicinity an report and courageous manner In which the stay on Wednesday
from. Since the schedule went Into
-Host Mabbette, of the Grand View, -The steamer Denny arrived here new the meeting is being a lively one. He I II Jupiter Llte- avlng crew came to tho Rev. L. R. Rut will hold service ta '
has leased the Indian River Hotel, and Saturday afternoon with Messrs. Miles effect, the new line has been carrying unable to explain the cause of the excitement rescue of his wife, crew and self, while the Methodist church next Sunday
and board. started quite a large number of passengers; there the Minnehaha wa In a storm off Ju- morning and evening. I
II now In possession. It will, be kept Spencer on They : not being a member, but It

open all the summer. The Grand View down the river on the St. Sebastian, on were over thirty aboard on the up trip sounded as If a candidate wa being Mr. and On Wednesday Mr. J.. O.they Walton paid, of a visit Eau The public school, so successfully ,

Is now closed for the summer season. a tour of inspection of the lower river.A last Tuesday. Initiated and took strong exceptions toa Gallie. and left there yesterday morning taught the past winter by Mr. A."
The opening day was a day of joy to Mr. pleasant little whist party took -If the western Indians are hostile to part of the program, for the meeting for Tltusvllle. Both Lieut. and Mr*. Storm, closed last Tuesday

Mabbette, for the hotel was so crowded the United State Government, it cannot broke up rather hurriedly a few minute Ilenn were very pleased with Eau Gallie, Mr. and Mrs. Belli, who have been
place at the residence of Mrs. Lorimler and laid It was a charming and pictur visiting Mr. and Mr Fred P.
be said of the Semrnole Indiana of South Taylor.
that the dining room could not seat ( afterward and the ADVOCATE
I on Monday evening. We are pleased to man esque-looking little spot, which they left Tuesday for their home at'JJo rna, lilt
the guests at one sitting. Friend Mab see someone Infuse a little social life Into Florida. Billy Buster, the Seminole In- made haste to quit the neighborhood hoped to see again next winter. They Wisconsin.
bette had a smile on him like the happy dian who Is now In town, wears a small unobserved.The leave for Jacksonville
our town, for this has been the most The many friend of Mr. II. J. McGlnnl ,
United States flag In his bead-dress anda and other place, on their home to
father who tells his friends he U daddy way
dull season for social parties during some Indian River Hotel had a nar- England, where their worUI-renowned are pleased to welcome him hon
\ for the first time. Well he smile picture of the President u an emblem after an eight months sojourn In OrtBam
may years-that Is, outside of our hotel row escape of being burned to the yacht Galatea, has been laid up during
when 100 persons registered that day.A pin, whom he says he "likes heap.- ground on Wednesday evening, about the winter Last night Mr. Ilenn purchased wick, Ga.

Chicagoan now traveling in Florida -The pioneer of low' prices In dry Arcadia Tlmei. eight o'clock. It appear that a drunken Captain W. Lee's two pet 'coons, Mr. F. C. CantIne, a prominent lawyer.
goods and notion was J. F. Turner. which she will take to England. of New York returned to Cocoa &t
-The Electric
I write the National Hotel Reporter a Light Company are colored man bad left an oil lamp wlU
week and make this his
His Cash Bazaar is still headquarters for permanent;
private letter from Rockledge, from meeting with liberal patronage from the burning In the room where the kerosene home.

[ which this paper makes the following dry goods, hat, caps and notions, at people, and the satisfaction which baa and lamp are stored adjoining the di Fort Pierce.The The Meur Brown sister and eonaht a
rock bottom prices for cash. trouble ,
[ extract: "1 have been a guest of the to showcgoods and no effort will be attended their effort most be extremely ning-room; the lamp exploded, and satu- last few nights here have made ns returned this week from their trip down
; gratifying to the officer of the concern. rated the table with oil the flame the river where went to look.lor '
i Hotel Indian River for the past five days from think that the winter I* not quite over, they
j and I unhesitatingly pronounce this the pared to make a visit to this establish The street lamps give an animated appearance which nearly reached the celling. lathe a* It bas been so chilly. i homestead.. r

most delightful of all Florida resort*- ment both pleasant and profitable. to the town, and cannot fall to centre of the flame stood three or The Indian came In last week and The young people of Cocoa RocUeflmand
Special attention i* called to the new visitor with the fact that Tttuv lot of Merritt, enjoyed a dance la Woodf
! M it U by far the most tropical. I am Impress four gallon can containing kerosene, brought quite a venison which
[very fond of sailing and the faculties and complete line of negUge ,shirt Just- villa Is a prosperous point The demandfor which bad not time to explode.: The thy readily disposed of. furnished hall last excellent Friday eve.muslo.Prof. JCoarjpr

1 here offered for this pastime are except- received.A light will necessitate a much: larger conflagration wa, fortunately, discovered Senator Quay' magnificent boat I I.

i tonally good. There Is also excellent memorial U being prepared by dynamo before next season.A In the nick: of time by one of the well now on anl.hed'and the river. painted, and shows up, guest Mr. .and Mr.Mrs.and Fred Mrs.F. Taylor Brute, and ntnrmd tbair _

[fishing. The walks In the vicinity are the officer of the prominent observatories petition baa been circulated la the boarder, and Mr. Doncgan managed to last week from their cruise down :the

delightfuL In fact, every thing about of the country to be presented to various precinct of the county requesting extinguish the fire ere any serious damage are The grumbling shipper*at around the low hero price la they general are I river. They were gone about four woe,

{the place is most charming not forjjet- the next congress asking for the trans Senator Hardee to vote for Call for. was done A gentleman from Cocoa receiving for their vegetable I going a* far couth a* Lake Worth.

|ting the hotel, which is comfortably ap- fer of the United State National Observatory the United State Senate. A majorityof -Mr. Fred. r. Taylor-who was on Last Sunday afternoon a fire 'broia
Capt Tony Canova with a party of
ted and admirably managed. Chlc- from the navy department to a the democratic voter ofTHusvllla the spot, stated that U It had been allowed northerner, In the natty launch NautU- out The wind in tha being woods from back the west of Roekladga.brought t

> people who wish to get away from special board of scientist This movement have attached their name to the document to hunt three minute longer without us, paid our town a flying visit Sunday.Mr. the flra Into oma of the large sovaa.

[the unpleasant and unhealthful March ha been occasioned by the fact and it 1* reported a Ilka result ha being discovered, the Indian River Frank Everett baa now five acre Mr. Ja*. Paxton lost several largo Grange

i of the country round about Lake that the national observatory U now been obtained la the other precinct: of Hotel would have been a thing of the grubbed ready for pineapples. lie ha trees, a* did also Mr Oamy.

)ehJgaa,, cannot do better than to hie applying time signal to the Western the county. It U the duty of those who pait Tha hotel was crowded: with now three men bArd al work on hi* The school at Bockfedga: closed; fox the ;

!themselves to Rockledge. It is an ideal union Telegraph Company free of charge: hold public office to carry out the wish guest*-not a room In the house was vacant place. summer vacation last Friday, Apptaprlata -

[winter resort."-Thl* hotel owned by thus cutting: off the principal: aouree 01 of their constituent, and we have no : *o that If tba fire had gained headway North Mr. Jones went, hunting a gentleman last week from: Bad the friends of xercl the*pupils.. .were w....held.preant.y&"veral':1M

f Mr. )(. F. Dwyer of Brooklyn Is now revenue of most of the observatories of doubt Senator Hard win Mod the popular our reader may fora soma Idea brought In the biggest deer shot her for scholar did great credit! to th.Lr. ..

[dosed. the country. demand. of the panic that would have ensued. many yean, beakiea other fame. MUMaikl y. 'f'Jt'o'jft"


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;Pol. 'Q. TITUSVILLE, Indian River, FL.A..., FRIDAY' APR. 1O, 1891. No. 9. .. '

,LOCAL NEWS. -Mr. J. S. Oarrlgucs,.. of Brynmawr -Mr. W. S. Williams, of St. Louis, =Mr. and Mrs. Davidson, of Lflporte, A Railroad Rumor4 Transportation Topic, \\1'\\' "' ;,

Pa., was in town ){onday. Mo., was In town this week. Ind., started houiew ard on Monday.We \ ,) .,,.
-service at the Episcopal Church on -Mr. Pollock, of the London' Saturday are pleased to note that Mrs. Has been floating about for the past Mason Yonaa Rett..... '

|,Society and General Gossip In connection Sunday-morning and evening.Mr. /ferine, receives A salary of $$10,000a Bravo Is much better after her late illness month to tho effect that a road was A meeting of the directors of the T''- II.s! I
with Indian Hirer and Lake Worth see I about to tie built from Otlcdatothe llnn River Steamboat CffipanywaahM \ t tin
i: tloni during pant week. Brier mention of Harry Teasdale Is the popular year. Jacksonville lust Thursday, and R If. t
Lv Interesting Event t About People You purser on board the steamer Sebastian.A f: By subscribing $1J50 per annum Evening prayer Wednesday at Indian lUver. It Is now reported l that Coleman, president of the J., T. and K. I ,I
f Know, and People Yon Don't Know- for the the right of way has been secured to W. if Co., was elected to the presidency .
fine lot of handsome ADVOCATE, it will only cost you 4, I'..m. Litany, Friday at 10 a. m. at y
y" Picked up by Our Society Editor. new wall-paper, Three Cents Per Week' IncMtd >U Gabl'I I'A Episcopal church. South Rockledgo, which will be the of the Steamboat Company. Mr. R. It.
pattern, at Screven's drug niore. Pottage \ southern terminus, and that the contracts Pablo, general manager of the IIIU eRall'ay
8y Advertisements -Mr. J. S. Curtlss, of the Tines, was to any part of the United States. ,-:-Mr. J. E. SUrke, the popular auditor are to the effect that the grant or was appointed to act In the
r under this head- In town few this -Vr. J. :M. Laflin who started for *>f the J., T. .\; h. W. Railway Is In donations of right of way shall be for same rapacity for the Indian River
a week.
[Ing are ten cents per line per week. days New York last Friday stopped over in town to-\t.\; feited If the road Is not completed on or Steamboat Coml> that ;
I -Get the ADVOCATE at Dr. Screven's. -Capt. Jones, an old steamboat man, before l January 1st, next. It Is assorted When the now Messrs. Coleman I
t Five Cents is In command of the St. Lucie vice Capt.W. Jacksonville until Monday. Wanted fine variety pineapple plants, that a spur track will>8 extended to the anti Cable would In future control *the -J//.
per copy. Lee. -Mr. and Mrs. Julius Tyler, of Fort gaurantro us to variety. O. Nlcko), river at llnrdee\lllo and at Cocoa- and affairs of the Monmboat Com pony roaclH>
| -The London Standard allows its edItor Tierce, have been spending couple of lostoffice, Jacksonville. Belt the main line Is to run on the level land oil TUusvlllo, considerable Interest "we
of )( Wanted several hundred bearing a From half a mile to a mile and a half manifested and thero was a Rood deal of. 'I '
I a salary $15,000( per annum. days in town. They returned Monday --Major..Magruder ntul daughter madea other
orange trees. Send price and particularsto From the river. It Is asserted positively speculation ns to whether Import
S Messrs. Watson, Davies and Wash- Robbins( Graham. afternoon.Mrs. flying "llIlt l to town, from Rockledge, by certain'prominent growers, who claim ant changes would 1 follow, and what the

t,burn talks of taking a trip to the Florida ; 8 t.f. Trlay and her niece Minn Hale on' Monday.: They returned home on to know, tie facts that the work will bo future policy of the now management '
L -Mr. C. ),I. Gardner of the popular begun, and the road completed 'with all w'ouM16.. The former president of UH
the first of nextweek.
Keys the St. Lucie.
took a trip to ,
Jupiter on Monday'ssteamer at Indian River Steamboat lead
monthly Gazetteer, of Palatka, us a postlblo despatch, once. Company ti'
_ K -Tho ADVOCATE was the recipient of gave St. Lucle. It Is MUa Hole's ""}Mrs. Nettle Neuta and Mrs. Ban Capt. It. A. Ilardco has sold about all made a bitter fight to monopolise the,

I a, beautiful bouquet of roses and other pleasant call to-day. first trip to Jupiter.Mrs. croft, of New Orleans. were In town Saturday Ills town site at Hardeevtlle and some transportation of the river, and In his "
Supt. J. II. Sams, of Courtney, was five hundred acres of back lands, during efforts. to crush out competition during
E flowers this week. in town Wednesday and officea -: Towns, wife of our late Con and Sunday, on their way down the present week, for 30,000; and It Is tho past few months has, deprived the
K -LIssMcGehee, of Toledo, who arrived gave ductor Towns, arrived here Monday, on the river. claimed that the purchase was made by Railway Company of thousands of dol.. )

f here Saturday, left for down theE pleasant call her way to Jupiter, where she is visitingMrs. -.Mes*l'II. J. II. Same, S. F. Glbbs and agents of the "Lake Jessup, Indian River lars worth of freight by preventing. the. {
river on Monday's steamer. -Mr. C. M. Bonsall, of New York, Gus Miller. A. L. Hatch, were In town, Tuesday, to and Atlantic Railway Company." We competing line from lauding at the ;railway tt '
are somewhat skeptical, but will await terminus. It lies been reported .q. ,
has been spending a few days In town, attend to their duties as members of the
I..: -Cook's Tourist Agency will send -Capt. A. Bennett, of Eau Gallic, has school board which was in session on developments.From. that President Coleman and General
the guest of )Ir. and Mrs. Lorlmier. .
r any person from Jacksonville\ to London been in town a few days. lIe came up that day. Manager Cablo were Inclined ,to accord .s

|and return, first-class, for $120. -The new schedule of the Indian for lumber for the house he is about to Messrs. S. F. Hlndley, A. Brooks, F. Tallahassee.Both the Sweeney receipt of facilities freight for at the the, deliveryand railway 4
River Steamboat Co. went into effect
ffi.t '-Mrs. Fairchild, :Miss Lena Norwood on build on his homestead.Mr. R.. Brooks and E. C. Knight, of Chicago, the senate nnd house are fully dork but were unable to do no as long** .
Monday. See time table on 4.
Band the Misses Jeannette and Annie page Wm. M. Brown' has purchased were': In town thU week, on their way organized and have settled down to Mason Young remained nt the headed :

KPaddlson took a trip to New Swyrna, Money, I Money I I Money I !II I to from Mr. D. S. HutchinHon the two lots down the river. business. A number of bills have been the Now Indian that Mr Klver Cable Steamboat has full control Company.ert

I Saturday, returning on Monday. loan on real estate. Apply to Robbins& lying'' between Gardner's and Budge' ,The quarterly conference of the Introduced. One, In the senate by Hammond both the railroad and steamboat Interest

I .Mrs.: S. :M. Lorlmier and :Miss Laura Graham, Tltusvllle, Fla. stores, on Washington avenue, for the Methodist church will convene tomorrow providing that on and after Its It Is believed ho will bo inclined to afford

were spending a couple of days at Rock- -Mr. and Mrs. Bogert, of Chicago, sum of 1100. at the Methodist church, Tltusville, passage no more land shall bo sold for the delivering Sweeney freight reasonable to the Railroad,

1 ledge the first of the week. Mr. Bon- who have been on a trip down the river, Tresldent, Palmer of the greatWorld' at 11 a. m. T. J. Nixon, prtlIldlngelder. non-payment of taxes, received Its first Tltusvllle, and It I I" probable the new ;
sail them.. left here on Monday's train, on their reading under suspension of the rules.It line will receive fair treatment In future. !E
accompanied north. fair and party, who are enjoy I -Mr. John II. RobertA, of New York, Is possible, under this bill, that some Many rumors are afloat ns' to contemplated

-On Sunday, at the Episcopal church, way Ing life at the Hotel Indian River, at oneof% the McAboo Fruit Company, was of the county sales, advertised for May Improvements at TUusvlllo Mr.

|. the Rev. B. F. Brown will take as his Bee-keepers wishing comb foundations Rockledgo, are expected again at the In town Sunday and again on Wednesday tho 4th, may bo stopped, and if the bill I Cable, long ago, announced that Ita t
i can get their wax worked, made Windsor Tills becomes a law there will be no tax sale recognized tl o importance of this point
subject-"The relation of the Church to to-nlght.-Evenlng Telegram, concern have still about ten In Drevard this ;

i the Faith and Sacraments.'* up or foundations ready made at A.Froschcr's Monday. car loads of oranges to ship.A No balloting county has taken for U. S. and teisninnl.proposed Now to enlarge that matters and Improvethe are entirely 1

-Miss A. E. Hlgble, of Newark, N. J., Tltuaville, Fla. 821Mr. -Stop at the Titusvllle Meat Market, shell marl crossing for pedestrians senator, but Senator Call's forces are under his control theeontemptatBit

i who has been on a lengthened visit to T. J. O'Brien, of :Micco; and Mr. on Washington Avenue, when you come has been put down as an experiment, are being gaining skillfully' handled hour and Hon.his GardnerS. chances Improvements will be carried out. : ,

I" relatives on Indian River, returned homewards Frank Everett,'of Fort Tierce, were In to town. Fresh eggs, chickens, vegeta- from Brady's store to the postofllce, andIf Hardee Lisa every been placed on the following come It II back Just from possible Eau tho Gallle dry and dock repairshops may

i. on Monday's noon,train. town last Saturday, and gave us a pleasant bles, beef, pork sausages, Tennesee butter satisfactory, this material will bo used standing committees of the senate: for the rolling\ stock ;of the road

[ '. -Capt. Jas. Pritchard has purchasedMr. call. etc. E. J. Davis, managcr.t.f.. by the city fathers future whbnever anew agriculture, Immigration' corporationsand may be built. The extension to the w''
fisheries. Hon. H. F. Atkinson will
south meets with favor from the
S, II. Ray's buggy, and Mr. Ray in- -Mr. Jno. T. McDowell, who has conducted -Capt. W. Lee informs us he has re crossing. is necessary.Tho serve on the following standing rom management, and no It will be many yean new o

P tend purchasing another for the use of the Tropical Hotel, Rockledge, signed his position a* commander of the I Timfi-Union of Monday reports mltteea of the house public printing before suoh a step will be sorority .x

I Mrs. Ray and family, which they are this winter, ;left on the noon train, Monday steamer St. Lucia, and expects to take a It. F. Atkinson our representative as commerce and navigation 'and city anti considered .. '

I.' anxiously looking for. for his home in New York. position on the steamer Margaret, which having arrived Tallahassee last Sun. county organization. If the J., 1'. and K. W system would <<
As matter of fact he detained
day. a was two swift ,
secure m
-Mrs. Jones, who Is visiting her will run from New Haven, Conn. during V '
| Grasse, which Queen Victoria has In 'Titusville until noon Monday and service between here and Melbourne
Mrs. W. 3[. Brown will Lieut and Mm. ger *
daughter, leave Henn
the summer season. The Margaret Is could not have arrived at the capitol un
I chosen as the place for her spring visit, her and make the run to Rockledge In two
home at Hartford
f for Conn., next now at Tampa, where she has been doing till Tuesday morning. The same journal Returned here yesterday afternoon hours and use their boat entirely
; is of the towns the Rlv- present
one prettiest on week; and will stop over for a few days,,
In Its sketch of lion.
biographical from their cruise around the Florida for freight, they would have m
this winter.Dr. .
| lere. It is near Cannes, and Is a veritable visiting friends, In Jacksonville.Mr. Gardner 8. Hardee came te Brevarc
perfect service. The great majority
Keys call and
They us a pleasant
gave ,
B. L. wills called to Oak and settled at *
l land of flowers. was RocklodgeMn
B. J. Mimi and daughter Miss county tourists find a short run on the water
Hill, Tuesday, to see Mr. Allen, who hail 1880. This statement Is twenty year report a very delightful trip In Capt. delightful change after a long joul'DflJ'b
[ -Mr. Jno. C. Jones of M.
son Judge Deckle, who have been stopping at Rock- wide of the mark. Vann's yacht Mlnnehaha. The Lieutenant
rail, and If they could south Sam
his elbow dislocated from a fall from his ) go e
f S. Jones, left'here on the Sebastian, ledge for a time, returned here on the the first who Tltusvllla land the
was one was ever
by great majority
horse. He and Dr. FOX reduced the dislocation -Quite a party of ladles were in town, ,
[ Tuesday, on his way to St. Lucie, where Sweeney on Saturday afternoon, on their tho and mak. known to catch a tarpon In Biscayne would choose the route by steamer.', We. ..
yesterday viewing sights
he expects to remain about a month. home. and left the young man quite await further development
t way call the ADVOCATE bay; and we are sorry we have not space
Ing a pleasant on :
comfortable. Dr. Wills returned to ,,
f He has been at White
Springs academy to tell all the good things ho said of the
-During the past week there were town Wednesday.The amongst them being-Mrs. Chambers,, ,
| for some months past, and is now on a East Coast Countl'1-8l1l'colally around
I :vacation. nine hundred and sixty deaths In Chicago schooner Ellle!; that left here Mrs. Moulton, and the Misses Wilkinson,, Biscayne bay, Miami and Lake Worth, Cocoa. :" Ir

from grip, and yet we hear northerners last her Chambers, Helery and Tim, of El Dora; of which sections he could not speak too .
| -Mrs. R. S. Sheldon, of New Smyrna, Friday, on way to Key West, highly His hunting and fishing trip to
complain of the slight cold we get and the Misses Hartwell and Markley ; Work Is the atore"of
I happy of curiosity the Bahamas, etc., did not start through the Indian encampment; courteous treatment now ,
1 the
possessor quite a '
on Indian River. Inlet who have been spending the winter at the Yacht Mr. S. A. Belcher.
until Club
I In the shape of a Mareschal Nell rose Jupiter Tuesday, owing to by Blscayne Hay ;
-Other noticeable improvements l In unfavorable and squally winds. The Rockledge, but who are now on their Mr. Ewen; our old friend, Mr. Jas. Mo Miss Larsen of Tltusville, baa 'been'c
I bush. The bush is one year old and has were al1 aboard and I way to their respective homes In the Crory, etc., were all graphically described visiting Mr*...:. S. Ulxon. .
I town are-the laying of a shell crossing party well In high
but one stalk. One day last week she north. left !; and so pleased was he with t
the In
[ counted 235 buds and full blown roses from Brady's corner to the postoffice; They on Sweeney the everything connected with the trip, that Capt. Geo. Mercier U visiting hi* little' ,
spirits.The Edith this
afternoon.The daughter week.
I on this bush alone. It presents a beau. the preparation of Mr. J. W. Rogers' Sweeney Is still doing a heavy he will either build or buy a yacht for
Alliance men held their meetingat cruising on the waters of the East Coast Miss Minnie Johnson returned last
sidewalk In front of his store
new a
; business her load for the
[ Wall appearance and fills the surrounI average the court house last Saturday night, next winter' Of Captain Carlin and hU week from her vUl to City Point! '
ding air with the delightful odor peculiar shell walk In front of Mrs. Decker's new past week being about 1,500 boxes. It and who gallant crew: he spoke In high terms,
our reporter, was prowling In lIowland
Mr. W. returned
froralal ;,
residence, etc. all description of the able
I to this variety of the rose. Is surprising where the oranges come giving quite a
I the search of Item at Lake Worth
vicinity an reports and courageous manner In which the stay on Wednesday.
from. Since the schedule went Into
I -Host Mabbette, of the Grand View, -The steamer Denny arrived here new the meeting as being a lively one. lie Is Jupiter Lifesaving crew came to the Rev L. R. Rut will hold service te
I has leased the Indian River Hotel, and Saturday afternoon with Messrs. Miles effect, the new line has been carrying unable to explain the cause of the ex rescue of his wife, crew and self, while the Methodist church next Sunday

I 1* now in possession. It will, be kept and Spencer on board. They started quite a large number of passengers; there citement, not being a member, but It the Mlnnehaha was In a storm off Ju morning and evening. v

i open all the summer. The Grand View down the river on the St. Sebastian, on I were over thirty aboard on the up trip sounded a* If a candidate was being Mr. and On Wednesday Mrs. J.. O.they Walton paid, of a visit Eau The public school, so successfully"

| is now closed for the summer season. a tour of inspection of the lower river.A last Tuesday. Initiated and took strong exceptions to flame and left there yesterday morning taught the put winter by Mr. A. C,

I The opening day was a day of Joy to Mr. pleasant little whist party took -If the western Indians are hostile to a part of the program, for the meeting for T tUIYUl Both Lieut and Mrs. Storm closed last Tuesday

I Mabbette, for the hotel was so crowded the United States Government, it cannot broke up rather hurriedly a few minutes Henn were very pleased with Eau Gallle, )(r. and Mr*. Bellls, who have been
the residence of Mrs. Lorlmier
place at and said It was a charming and pictur Mr. and
i that the dining room could not seat be said of the Seminole Indians of South afterwards and the ADVOCATE visiting Mrs. Fred F. Taylor,
on Monday evening. We are pleased to man esque-looking little spot, which they left Tuesday for their home at Berlin .b
i the guests at one sitting. Friend Mab- see someone infuse a little social life Into Florida. Billy Buster, the Seminole In. made haste to quit the neighborhood hoped to see again next winter. They Wisconsin. -
I bette had a smile on him like the happy dian who Is now In town, wears a small unobserved.The leave for Jacksonville
I I our town, for this has been the most United States In his head-dress anda and other places, on their way home to The many friend of Mr. II. J. McGla- '
father who tells his friends he ill flag
a daddy t t1.
I dull season for social parties during some Indian River Hotel had a nar England where their worWrenownedyachtGalatea nil are pleased to welcome him hon
I for the first time. Well he smile I picture of the President. an emblem after an eight month sojourn In Bran
may years that is, outside of our hotels. row escape of being burned to the ha been laid up during .
i when 100 persons registered that day. pin, whom ha says he "likes heap- ground on Wednesday evening, about the winter. Last night Mrs. Henn purchased wick, Ua.

I -A Chicagoan now traveling in Florida -The pioneer of low prices In dry Arcadia Timet. eight o'clock. It appear that a drunk. Captain W. Lee's two pet 'coons, Mr. F, C. Cantlne, a prominent lawyer
goods and notions was J. P. Turner. -The Electric Light Company are which she will take to England. of New York returned to Cocoa 3*.-t
I writes the National Hotel Reporter a en colored man bad left an oil lamp will
week and
Hi* Cash Bazaar la still headquarters for make this his permanent
I private letter from Rockledge, from meeting with liberal patronage from the burning In the room where the kerosene home f
I dry goods, bats, caps and notions at people and the satisfaction which has stored Fort Pierce.The
which this paper make the following and lamp are adjoining the di .
The Messrs. Brown sister and t
rock bottom prices for cash. No troubleto I ,
I extract: "I have been a guest of the attended their effort must be extremely ning-room] the lamp exploded, and saturated last few nIghts here have made us returned this week from their trip down
*how good* and no effort will be I .
I Hotel Indian River for the past five days ; gratifying to the officers of the concern. the table with oil, the dame. from ; think that the winter I* not quite over, the river, where they went to look Jar
I and I unhesitatingly pronounce this the spared to make a visit to this establishment The street lamp give an animated appearance which nearly reached the celling. In : as It ha been so chilly. homestead

I most delightful of all Florida resorts- both pleasant and profitable. to the town, and cannot fall to the centre of the flame stood a three or' The Indian came In last week and The young people of Cocoa, Roelkflpt

las it ls by far the most tropical. I am Special attention is called to the new Impress visitor with the fact that Titus lour gallon can containing kerosene, 'I brought quite a lot of venison which and Merritt enjoyed dance In Woods J

wry 10Dd of sailing, and the facilities and complete line of neglige ,shirt Just' vllle Is a prosperous point. The demandfor which had not time to explode. The they readily disposed of. ball furnished last excellent Friday eve.musle.'I'rot, JCoerjer

I received. light will necessitate a much larger Senator Quay's magnificent boat I I.
here offered for this pastime are except- conflagration was, fortunately, discovered '
I memorial is dynamo before next season.A the nick of time DOW finished and painted, and show up Mr. and Mrs. Fred F. Taylor and their
tonally good. There I* also excellent being prepared by In by one of the well on the river. guests, Mr. and Kra BUI, rttomsdbut '
B fishing. The walk In the vicinity are the officers of the prominent observatories petition baa been circulated In the boarders, and Mr. Donegan managed to week from their cruise down Xha e

(delightful In fact, every thing about of the country to be presented to various precinct of the county requestIng extinguish the fire ere any serious damage are The grumbling shipper*at around the low here price In they genera are river. They were gone about four weeks
( the transfer Hardee to vote for Call for done. A gentleman from Cocoa going a* far south U Lake Worth.<<
the for
place Is most charming: DOt forjpet- the next congress asking Senator was receiving for their vegetable

", lUng the hotel, which is comfortably apIbointed of the United States National Observatory the United State Senate. A majorityof -Mr. Fred. r Taylor-wbo was on Last Sunday afternoon a flro "brokeout
Capt. Tony Canova, with a party of
and admirably managed. Chlcngo from the navy department to a the democratic voter of Tltnsville I the spot, stated that if It bad been allowed northerner. In the natty launch Nautilus Tbe wind In the being wood from back the west of RoeUodga.bnragtdt t d

people who wish to get away from special board of scientists This move have attached their name to the document to born three minutes longer with paid our town a flying visit Sunday the fire Into some of the large (rove*. 1

Ethe. unpleasant and unhealthful March ment has been occasioned by the fact and It I 18 reported a like result baa out being discovered, the Indian River Mr. Frank Everett has now five acres Mr. Ja*. Paxton lost several lugs orange:

irind* of the country round about Lake that the national observatory U BOW been obtained! In the other precinct: of Hotel would have been a thing of the grubbed, ready for pineapple. He has tree, a* did also Mr. Gamy,

fkkhlgan, cannot: do better than to hie applying time signals to the Western the county. It I* the duty of those who past The hotel was crowded with now three men bard at work on hi* The school Rockledge closed forOte .

..theaae1. to eldedp. It I* an Ideal onion Telegraph Company tree of charge bold public office to carry out the wish guests-not a room In the botue was vacant place. summer vacation but Friday. Appropriate

I winter resort"-ThU hotel owned by thus tatting off the principal source of of their constituents, and we have no so that if the fire bad gained bead- North Mr. Jones went, bunting a gentleman last week from and tbe friend of exercise the pupil.were were Iteld.present'tr.fcascholar Several

|Mr. )(. r. Dwyer of Brooklyn, I 18 now revenue of most of the observatories of doubt Senator Hardee will heed the popular way, our reader may form some Idea brought In the bluest deer shot here for did great credit to their teachec.

, (closed.: the country. demand. of the panic that would have ensued manl'e&n, bealde other game MU* Karld.,. >, .


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fiB 'CfSt a t Coast REV. JALMAGE phllll.nout to the cold! charity of the : ,.'", goon as the mow- U.'tiff' and. tlie'grass a-u
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: ':; THE BROOKLYN'DIVINE'S SUNS mold absorbed bike care the funenlrites.of themselves That, bat weuttot It hall Some FacEs of Interest Concerning ,- Geese l>egttf laying early In the nearly every one In the} villain Dulan-kiit came u

TTTCSVILLE: l FLORIDA. DAY SERMON crape Which ought to hare gone tor;bread. Them. 0 spring. The eggs hatch better If the. : tee me, and most Of the people asked foi

...,.ra a A man of small means can hardly afford nest is on the ground, though a very medicines whether they were suffering
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lo die In one of our great citiwt Funeral from any complaint or no. Plasters
tn- ".'JUt! "C mr, Ac! t'e Place Where 1k.L.rL pageantry is not Decenary. .No one was, Originated good plan is to pnt the egg under the in great demand as alt the wer
There aro over 600 intc.ioiiixrjr and In Wild Geese villagers hud
Lay. ever more lovingly tenderly pat into theJ'&Ye They
chicken hens to hatch. The rheumatism and the
tighter the
Itloni' In the Daik. Continent, with \[ than Christ but there were only four plasten '.
fn the nr reMtoa. I Domesticated Ages Ago. goslhigs are very tender and should stuck the better they were held to be )

I which 400,000 converts arc associated, Tm:: "Comt tee thtplace"ohemthaLoris. Again, standing 'In this place whore the had with me a bottle of Eno's fruit salts j'
for at ,
and rain
Whoso number Increasing at a ,'earlyner8 fay."-Matthew xx'in, & Lord with the fact that be,protected from dew I and tried to give some to tho people, but

Visiting any great aty, we are not satis- you csbnotkeepthedead down. The seal There Is some difference of opinion least six weeks. On no account should I when they saw the salt boiling and (faKing
I of 25,000 goals. fled until we Have also looked at its cemetery of the Sanhedrim a regiment of soldiers of tho domestic i -
,+ W* examine: all the styles ot cenotaph from the tower or Antonio to stand guard,' regarding the origin they be out of. the coop during a they thought there mast be some

German-cltic !- show remarkable mausoleum, sarcophagus, crlpt and floor of rock, roof of rock, wall of rock, goose, some authorities insisting that storm. Bread crumbs, scalded meal, magic about the medicine and would
sculpture. Bere lies burled a statesman Bleb of rock cannot keep Christ in the have none of it.
I fn )In decade crypt. Come out ant come He the wild goose ,is a different species. onion and various other kinds of
gain population a conI yonder an orator, here a poet, out there an up most tops, Most of their troubles sores, and
aided! Immigration inventor In some other place a great phi- Came out and cams up He did. Prefl jurat'on But the writer of the article upon and in about' diseases from dirt habits eye
idering that they are not by lanthropist. But with bow much greater The first fruits of them that a lee.. food may be given them, come ) but one

[ it all American cities are. Interest and with more depth of emotion .... Just a* certain. you end I go down ,into the goose tn ,the Biltannlca layijhat two months they can bo allowed ,to 'can never persuade them of the necessity
look the grave suet to certain we will come of keeping clean. A friend of mind
upon our family plot in the up wai
The gain of Brrlln ha been 19,7 percent In the one case it is a matter of public cemetery.Interest again: hough you pile up on the top of ni thb gray-leg goose, which i* the typeof forage for themselves. once travelling'among tho Mongols, and

in Jtnnlch!, In 22.1, in the other it I. a matter of private all the bowlders down. of the mountains be burled you cannot tho genus anger, and a bird which Some farmer dislike to else geese, an old crone .came to him ana begged;
I and heartfelt affection. But around the keep na Though we under
and In Frankfort 1C.3/ per cant' : grave at which we bait this morning there the coral of the deepest cavern of the At had a wide range in the old world, i* because they are considered worse some medicine to put on a sore lie told

are gathered all kinds of stupendous interest. antic Ocean we will rise to the urfaoe.Varlou. undoubtedly tho original of the well oil her that before applying the salve it
Berlin physicians to ". At thl8lt'pUlcher. I have to tell you scriptural account say that the than sheep about eating the grass would be necessary to wash herself. She
-in this sepnlcher there was buried a king, work of grave breaking will begin with the known domestic race. :Mr. Darwin close on fresh pasture, but there ia gave it back: to him, saying, "I am sixty-
(hint concludes (he Argonaut "(hat a emancipator, friend blast of trumpets and shoutings whence I
a "The domestication of this old and I have
brother, a Clirlet. Monarch of the universe, take it that the first intimation of the day says: often waste or open land where they seven years never washedin

iflr. Koch drives co llIillr. tton out but bone of our bone and flesh of our flesh, will be a sound from heaven such as hai never species is doubtless of very ancient do well and they are useful in"stubbllng" my life; do you suppose I am, going.
very ,
Df Germany, the government Is In and sorrow of our sorrow, and heart of ourhPlU' before been heard it may not be so very ant to begin nowt"Dlongol
&.. "Come, see the place where the Lord loud but it will be penetrating. There are dale and yet scarcely any other the farm,-[St. Louis Ke- physicians feel the raticnt'i

I duly,bound to discover and Introduce la mausoleums to deep that undisturbed silence mat that bas been tamed'for so long a publlc. pulse on both wrists at the same time I
It has for has slept there ever since the day when the ,
surroundings tn the
I some other deadly llxonso in 'order to manor and bred in and never ask questions; or at least
suburbs of Jerusalem a manor owned by a ttaners were left in thm. The great Dolu period, 10 largely captivity any
are the medical profession from ex* wealthy gentleman by the name of Joseph. shall strike through them. Among the corals has varied so little. It ha in- The Bible of the Buddhists. none concerning the origin and progress I

I dnotlon." He was one of the court of seventy who had of the sea, miles deep, where the shipwrecked The bible of the sect in not without of the complaint; for if they did it wouldbe
condemned Christ but I think be had voted rest, the sound will strike. No one will mistake creas&i greatly In size and 'fecundity, held that they had shown ignorance
-" ---- -' -- in the negative, or, being a timid man, bad it for thunder or the blest of earthly but almost the change in beauty and high moral as well as in their protellion.-Century.
'Tha New York Commercial Adler.User been absent at the time ot the casting the minstrelsy. There will bo heard the rolceol
I allege that Germany it already vote. He had laid out the parterre at great the uncounted millions the dead, whooomt plumage is that tame geese poetic conceptIons. There i* much in -
It rushing out of the gatos of eternity, flying An Extraordinary Shot.
expense. wasabotciimate.andlsnpposethere it of the nature of mythology and
finding ks African colonies an ram were broad branched trees and windIng toward the tomb erring: "Make way Oh, lose the browner and

doubtedwhite elophant on its hands. paths underneath them, while her the 'grave, gives us back our bodyl We gave it tint of tho' wild bird, and mysticism, which Buddhists do not Reading of extraordinary shots by
[ waters rippled over the rock into a flshpool to you in corruption; surrender it now in to understand themselves T write to mention a wonderful .
pretend yet sportsmen
The, Kuropean fad of founding and yonder the vines and the flowers clambered 'I incon aption." Thousands of spirits arising are invariably more or less marked shot mad, shikari of India ia
AfVioan over the wall and all around these from the field of Sedan, and from among the with white indeed often there is much to admire. From a book by a ,
colonies for the fun were the beauties of kIosk and arboriculture. rock. of Gettysburg, and from among the being, my presence, writes "Wilbur, in the
| of the tiling and ho benefit of After the fatigues of the Jerusalem courtroom passes of South Mountain. A hundred thou wholly of that color The custom of of extracts and translations from the Asian. While out shooting in a jheel
how refreshing to come out in these sand are crowding Greenwood. On this Buddhist of Mhow six!
I bible I give few example: near the village or seven
the ruin trade is not likely to be half suburbs botanical and pomologloal; grave three spirits meet* for there were plucking feathers of geese forgo; many dozen'or of
as' popular ten hence as It was 1 walk a llttla farther on in the parterreand three bodies in that tombl Over that family centuries has helped to perpetuate the 'The perfect man Is like the lily, miles from Agra, a so snip-
roars, the common chaha, were seen to
I come across a cluster of rocks, and I vault twenty spirit*hover, for there were pets,
unsoiled the mud In which it
when divided what did bodies. variation as a white feather ia often by in low
the powers up see on them the marks of a sculptor's chisel. twenty alight a jhow swamp a ouple or

not belong to them In the Dark Conlinent I rome still closer and I find that there is a few From New York to Liverpool, at every produced In place of one of the natural grows." Another: "The perfectman three hundred yards away, and consider.
subterranean and I miles on the sea route a of hundreds
recexe, walk down the group them beneath notice we alloweda
our ,
marble stairs and come to a portico over the of spirits coming down to the water to color nulled out .The,goose Is an will not be angry with him who ing
,, meet their ballet. See th.t multitude. That native shikari whose proclivities were
--' --- -- -
doorway-an architecture of fruits and him evil of himself
The Dell telephone patent monopoly Dowers chlsled by the hand of the sculptor. is where the Central America sank And historic bird once especially dear to brings reports in the direction of shoots, regardless of

I I go into the portico, and on either' side yonder multitude: That Is where the Faciflo tho Roman and aro cordially hated by lest ho be not able to judge truthfully sport, to take a loaded, antiquated sin
In England has expired, announces the went down. Found at last That is wherethe
there are rooms, two or four or six rooms of of the matter whereof he Is accused." gle-muzzled loader and have a "pot" at
City of Boston sank. And vender the the Gaul. Owing to its watch-dog
I Scientific, American. The patent rock; In the walls ntobes each niche large them. lie a
was accompanied by youth
enough to hold a dea body. One of them President went down. A solitary spirit character It the alarm which Its moral code contains( such rules a* "
there was granted for fourteen years. rooms. of rock is especially wealthy with alights on yonder prairie. That is where a gave steal's "to fetch and to carry The report of
sculpture. It was a beautiful and charmingspot. traveler perished in the snow. The whole saved Horn from the Gaul in the "Do not ; "Do not lie"; "Do the gnn raised such a cloud of birds as I

Cheap telephones will now prenUluEngland Wbyala this, The fact was that Joseph airs filled with spirits-spirits flying north, 888 B. C. Hence the not kill"; "Do not be a drunkard"; had never ever before and our surprise
spirits flying flying _t,spirits year story good,
the same as in Germany, the owner of the parterre, of that Crash was not lessened by seeing the two men
: flying west. I goes Westminster "Do not to another what would
wealthy manor had recognized the fact that that the Rowans maintained a certain yon.
When Sell failed to obtain a patent. be could not always walk those gardensand Abbey as all its dead kings and orators and ", picking up here, there and everywhere
wish done to From
Jin this country the Bell patent will ex. be sought this as his own last resting place. poets' getup. number of geese at public cost, and I yourself. without stint. They turned up with,all
And now the air is darkened with the fragment these It be observed I four hands full and counted down
l What a beautiful.plot in which, to wait for on the anniversary of the day tho unfaithful examples may ,
'tre March 7, 1893, having been origl- the resurrection I *of bodies that are coming together' five wounded birds
from the opposite corners of the earth. Lost for their how nearly their moral law runs thirty snippets; some
Mark well the mausoleum in the rook It dog were whipped
ashy granted March 7 1876 for a must havu escaped in the jhow, or been
limbs finding their mate-bone to bone,
Is to be the most celebrated tomb in all the parallel with our own and that this
carelessness in of the watch ;
I term of seventeen years. ages catacombs of Egypt; tomb of Napoleon, sinew to sinew-nut.1 every Joint la reconstructed presence passed over unobserved.CINCINNATI .
Mahal Taj of India, nothing compared withIt. and every arm finds its socket, and ful geese.In has exerted a potent influence in form-

-s-ate Christ had ;just been murdered, and Bis shall the amputated be limb at the of the surgeon's from which table it aria fables well in ing the Chinese character Is evident.
Says the San Francisco Chronicle body must be thrown out to the dogs and the again point poetry as as

"The free one Is a standing nuisance ravens, a. was customary with crucified the was battle severed.of Bull A surgeon Run he told amputated me that limbs after, history, the goose has fared badly, its Also, that they cover the cardinal rules
bodies, unlese there be prompt and effective
I which will perhaps remain unabated hindrance. Joseph, the owner of the mausoleum throwing them out ot the window, until the name becoming a synonym for silliness of right living in good society none
begi for the of Christ and betakes pile reached up to the window sill. All those will
body question.
and lack of discretion.
I until Mexico becomes part of, the ana washes the and mutilated fragments will have to take their plaoos. greene

United States. The latter event may frame from the blood poor and the dust, and Those who were bora blind shall have eyes Fortunately for the goose the influence The system offers motives' in the

I not. shrouds it and perfumes. divinely kiudled; those who were lame shall of societies for the prevention of way of rewards for right living, and
happen soon, but the manifest I think embalmment was omitted. When have a limb substituted. In all the hosts of

Idestinarlana are all firm believers that In oMen times they wished toembalm a dead the resurrected not one eye missing not one cruelty animal ha ameliorated the punishments for evil-doing. It develops ,
foot clogged not one arm palsied, not one
I the people of North America will one medical body the skill priest would with show some the point pretension between of tongue. dumb, not one ear deaf.. hard conditions elite lot in ono respect sympathy, the source of many

I day find it to their interest to live the ribs where the incision was to be -made. glorious Wake Banter up, my morning,, tblS with aay all, these mis a* feather now begin to be virtues. It teaches the equality of all
Then the operatnr would and make the
lander one flag, and something is Incision, and then run come for bis life el. congratulations. If I understand this day, sheared instead of plucked. A case men. One man is better or worse

(bound to eotno from the belief." dead he would be Then slain for violating the It toward means earth.penis' toward Great wealth heaven of and flowers peace: ,was tried not long since in tho English than another only as he observes the
body. the other
L--- would come with salt or niter, and priests cassia, Bring more flowers. Wreath them around courts were: a farmer was accused x>f laws of good society or breaks them.'
the brazen throat of the cannon, plant
I The opium, rnfflo Is troubling ,the and embalmment wine of palm But tree 1 think and In complete this the. them in the deserts until it shall blossom cruelty to his geese-the result of -Popular Science Monthly '
case embalmment
I people of California. Within eleven was omitted lest there be more like the rose, braid them into the No of plucking the feathers-and he was L
the he oomes
war charger as
years $8,000,000 worth of tho, drug auvancee.excitement, and fnweot another Joseph riot.,the owner The funeral of the more red dahlias of human blood. Give us obliged to pay a flno. Shearing tho I A Typical Jopnese Street Scene.

mausoleum Nlcoclemus, who white lilies of peace. Strew all the earth Next we turn into the "UI'lza," the"Broadway" 8
ban been and brought the
imported seven-eighths ; with Easter garlands for the resurrectionwe feathers only slightly decreases tho I Shlo:t
flowers and the
two Marys. Heavy burden .
f of that The celebrate this morning implies all kinds : of the metropolis of
was legislature
prepared. on the boulders of two m.nas they of resurrection, a score of resurrections. weight, while it increase the value, a* Quickest

{ will adopt. resolution calling on Con. claim carry and the into body the of Christ down the marble Resurrection from death and sin to the life tho feathers are thus rendered more Japana really fine thoroughfare, Compartment and Pullman PalaceSteeping

to'pro1tlblt to portico, and lift the deadweight of the gospel. Resurrection of apostolic :with paved sidewalks, tramways in Care through without: change,
fro importation to the level of the niche in the rock, faith. Resurrection of com.nerclallntegritJ'. soft and downy. Goose raising, which t
and push the body of Christ into the only the middle and of making direct connection
shop a superior
prepared opium and limit the importation pleanaut renting place it ever bad. These Resurrection of national honor. Resurrection hag long since fallen into disfavor on

of ,the crude article. The smoker men coming forth close the door of rock o: art.of international Resurrection good of literature.will. Resurrection Resurrection many farms, may bo resumed now :. description. Here ebb and flow the InCENTRALUNIONST I lOUIS

neo the prepared exclusively. galnit the recess. The government, afraid of everything that 1s good and kind that 'this full business life of the city, and And the WEST, and with Through car
that the disciples would steal the body of cruel feature of it is re-
and and holy and beauti
and lust lines
Collector f helps' idea Is to bar out the CbrUt and play resurrection, put upon the ful. generous Nothing to stay down, to stay buried moved. mingling with it, as elsewhere, the forCHICAGO
and the
door the seal of the Sanhedrim the violation but sin and darkness and pain and disease clattering pattens the mothers and
drug altogethor and then destroy all of that seal, like the violation of the seal of and and death. Let those tarry in Both the Old and New world pos. NORTHWEST,

that is Mtsod. "This will probably the British United States Government or of the the grave revenge forever. "Glory to Ooi: in the sss several, interesting types of the sisters wjth the babies on their backs, also with through car

prone a Tory practical means of bar- severe penalties.A Government. always followed with men.highest" and on earth peace, good will to trooso. Among the number may bo the children kite-flying, the traders Tine for DETROIT I

ring oat the Chinese observes the regiment of soldier from the tower of ls risen sitting over their glowing charcoal BUFFALO and Puiut in Canada
the Lord
Antonio detailed to guard that mausoleum. Christ of, mea and anwli r, mentioned the' bean goose, the pink. and the East..
I Atlanta Constitution.The At the door of that tomb. tight took place ltaleeJour songs sod triD"pbllaIJrb, footed and the white-fronted, the bar braziers; the hawkers of hdried Only ono change of car*' ,
which decided the question for All graveyards King jre uesveus, sad em npljr.Love's radish, cakes persimmons
toys pipes
-- aud cemeteries. HworJ of lightning against ndMmlnc' work Ie done, goose; the.snow, tho horned wawa, -rerldian NEW ORLEANS
amount of capital Invested U sword of steel .Angel of God against the Fought Ito .,,1111. the battle won. kites, and flags; tIle coolies with their ,
manufactures in military. The body in the crypt begins to Lol ins IItIl'I tOu pee U o'er; and the palbtcd, the rock and the up- Jackson, Vicksburg, Point in
new balanced loads
alne"dur1ng'lSg0 blood the blind old Samtsen-
Lot he in more.
sets BO ;
move In Its shroud of fine linen and slides land, tho brent and .The barnacle, the AND THEm
as shown by the LewistonJournal's down upon the pavement, moves through players; tho Buddhist priest; the TEXAS
large.wau--0080 of China 'and tho XV : ST.
I tba portico, appears ia the doorway comes ATLANTA MARKETS. ,:
aiimal Industrial report, up the marble steps. Christ having left Bis Australian goose. The Chinese swan- pretty mnsmces with their hair like Passengers via this line are afforded tn

was $4,001.000. Just 149 now manufacturing mortuary attire behind Him, come forth in ; Mack marble and pigeon feet; the imperturbable excellent view of Lookout Mountain sod
tbe of a workman, ..,1 take it, from CORRECTED WSEELT.Floe goose looks like a wan and is vdry I surrounding Historic
industries have been started the fact that the women mistook Him for beautiful and slH-eyed babies; the acquaintances Scenery.
and old the gardener. Clrml u1 Meal. may be kept for ornamental
ninety-six ones have been enlarged. meeting in the street and
There and then was shattered the tomb so FloorFirst patent $8 GO ; second patent purposes in a warm climate. a C. RAY S. E.: Pas Atlanta
Thia growth has given employment that it can never be rebuilt. All the trowels $8 00 1 rxtra fancy (9 73 I fancy' $3 50 ; family, The Sebastopol Is also profusely bowing and saluting; tho Os Agt.,
to 6800 additional hands. of earthly masonry cannot mend it. Forever $478. Corn-No. 3 white 90o mixed 89o., goose handsome ,
and forever it is a broken tomb. Death, Oats-No 2 m1 ed 6io white 670 Kansas rest on the water, as its feathers are frizzled Japanese officers riding along, each D. J. MULLANEY, Div. Pass. Agt,
I The two brunches of industry that that day taking the side of the military. pl'\IOf fI8o. lll-Cbo!oe timothy large halos with his botto, or groom; tho flower. Chattanooga.D. .
calved a horrible out under the angel's spearof 03o. Nn. 1 timothy, large bee.r tIOo I ch Ice : and waved, but on the ground it O. EDWARD3 0 P &T. A.
how the .
greatest progress are the flame and must himself (co down at the timothy small bales, Qjo I Nn. timothy, small has a bedraggled look. Tho Is pedlers; the bullockmen tho bird. ,

I shipyards and pulp mills. The largest last-the King of Terrors disappear be. bates BOoi No. 3 timothy, small bales, 85o. goose dealers; tho tea houses, the little CINCINNATI, O.
fore the King of Grace. isUen. Meal-Plait 78oi bolted 75o. Wheat bran- a fine pastoral bird, not duly appro
I stogie enterprise of the year. was the ." Boeannat Bosanna! La'K sacks 't SO| small sacks $1 35. Cottonseed elated yet It makes a good funny house-fronts and opened Interiors --- -.. .... .. -- -- -

O ... comforts meal-11 S3 per cwi. pteani feed-tl85 appearanceon
construction of the new iron shipbuilding weep no m. year the bath-rooms
; the
Tks Lord Is risen Us lives again per ow& GiiU-Pearl $4 60. a pond. temples,

plant at Bath, but the bus!- While standing around the place where -- The wild the tame the stone-yards, tho basket-w,nks, tire THE TRAVELERS,
ness of baiting wooden ships has the Lcrd lay I am impressed with the fact Groceries.Coffee.BoasIIArbuckle. goose surpasses
gliding rlce..boals-tout
bat mortuary honors cannot atone for .. 2rVi 11 100 Ib in beauty of plumage, as U has five le tremble- Jacksonville, Florida.The .
been better than for several years. wrongs to the living. If they could have cue; Level-ing's 2So. Orvon Extra choice shades of and went, in fact, of the wonderful and '
afforded Christ sucn a costly sepulcher they Wfcj choice XJoj good ttli fair KXs common green purple on it* -

The New Tork Tribune "Oneof could have afforded Him a decent earthtyI'8IIiden08o 18(. I90. ttngar-Granu sled 6fci off granulated graceful neck. Intelligence i* indi. ever-interesting capital city of Japan
says: 'Will they give a piece of marbleto 6.Vo powdered '"/; cut loaf 7"fo; white Travelers, 'corner Bay and Cedar
the most notable characteristics of the dead Christ when they might have extra O tic; johow extra U 6Jfa Syrup--Mew cated in its manner of flying aa the Ancient streets Jacksonville, Fla. A new brick
soft to the living Christ If O leans choice 4Sc fiO Si: ?HOc Gloves. .
given a pillow : prime < ;common form allow all the hotel
the Hebrew is triangular bird in nearest to all
the railroad add
race stations
generous consideration they bad put half the expense of that 806i3So. Mol.sae.-iemmneCuba: S583: ;iniitatlon There Is nothing new under the
and benevolence displayedby mausoleum in the muting of Christ's life 4S& ). Rice-.Choice 7>(o; good the rear to see. the leader. The wild The of steamboat laadin?s. Especially adaptedto
oa earth comfortable the story would not 6co.'mm n 51-Jfit-Ooi imported Japan 6<<;7o- carving long glove has been transient business. Elegantly fur-
the rich to the poor In general, and have been so sad. He wanted bread; they 8.I -Hawley's dairy $ ..6Oj"Vr 1nla 75c. gooso obey the signal of the guide and found in a hole where cavc-dwclleri nished rooms, single or en suite. Table
to the members gave Him a stone. Christ like every other Cbeear -FuU cream, ( Mldar< 13o' flats docs not deserve to be called "
Impoverished of their "silly. as good as the best. This
hell once lived. Just when hotel wubwll,
benefactor of the world was better appreciated 13ai J skim While nib, bids these strange
creed In 00 fldo. Its strong cry, konklkoukj and its furnished<< and operated $3.00 a dsy
particular Rarely, however after Hewn dead. $4 ; pails Boaps- Tallow. 100 bars people existed has not been ILl a
has this I trait been Standing in this place where the Lord lay n lbs ,300uS75; turpentine, 6* ban, 60 IbeS3 high graceful flight are always beard decided, house; rate are now reduced to $2.00
manifested in so I[am impressed with the fact that floral and 00.223 t tallow, 60 ban C6lba S3 284 00.Jaudlrs but it was thousands and thousands of day, while the service is better than ever.
munificent manner as by Baron Illrsch sculptural ornamentation are appropriatefor ( Piraftne lljfes sUrlftx Matches and seen with pleasure by the country Breakfast
and from, C M
the places of UA dead. We ar all glad tOOl $. 00;SOOt *3 00,3 73;SOW M OOaS>TS; 60s years ago, the sculptured glove it to 9; lunrh from 11:
whobaa cabled to the trustees of the bat in the short time of the Saviour's Inhumation II grooa IS 75. tIod.-KpltIo bulk 601 lib r"p man, even though be no longer need of the same shape as the to :&:30; dinner from 5 JO to 7:80. This

Hebrew Immigration Fund in this Be lay amid flowers and sculpture. Icannot 1101 celie, -.to4. lbs 6yja5'jo. 5 .'&. the bird to prognosticate the weather. many button is the only hotel in Jacksonville serving
cityan quite understand what I see in the Clvk.enxnU thcl IZZ butter ones worn by fashionable ladles of the regular meals at these hour ,All other

authorization to draw on htm for newspapers where, amid the announcementsand 6Ko; Candy-Aa>orteil stick SJJo; Frenohiy Te two favorite kinds of geese tor present. The gloves of the are at least one, hour later. Use thsTra'lOlem'
obsequies the friends request "send no lIl'u' < a. Canned gwds-Ccudenseil milk domestic ante.
aie Toulouseand
lIe adds that purposes
J,500,000. if the Income flowers." Why, there is no place so appro. $6 OTa8 00; imiuiion maokirel $3 Ka4 Oik salmon glacial occupants of a cavo are omnibus, the ticket save U
of this sum proves Inadequate to prlate for flowers as the casket of the de- 94 00a'l 60; F. \Y.ojlters .a 2a0 90-Lw: Embden or Bremen. The former posed to have been sup. cents each w.y.BURTON.
If allow I U $100 < $JOOa37S tomatoes *l75aaM. made of
parted. your means repeat, ; coin ; i the roughly
accomplish the good work for which your means allow-let there be flowers on Bail potash C3SO. 8"-b-I\wl f/f, lamp I larger variety, excellent dressed skin sewed with needle K. BARRS

It Ice destined the Hebrews the eauket, Bowers on the hearse flowers on 6oi nickel pack'aea IS 60; celluloid $300. weight, a single gander sometime bone but of
among poor he grave. Pat them on the brow; it means Pickle, pUin or mixed p vita$1 OOil 40| quarts ; they were worn just the .IO Proprietor.
lu the United States, the trustee can coronation rut them in the hand; it means $1 filial &. Powder-K At, kegs $:i!50;W kegs weighing a* much as 34 pounds, same, and the general "

make use of the principal, and that he chutes victory.was Christ buried was In a garden burled In flowers a parterre.are $3 W; }; kegs *t 65.-Bbut $I 63 per sod,. though usually a pair will weigh at unchanged. There Is plenty pattern of other remains evi ------_.,.._,. --

will, make good the amount. Nor does types of resurrection. he....... maturity some SO or 40 pounds. The deuce that gloves are of OUR NEW IMPROVED SINGER

this IB Standing tn this place where the Lord lay Clear rib sides boxed 0 m; iee-cered beVie Toulouse goose is quite profitable onaccount a very remote
constitute his tin
any way Ism also till with the ia4igmty of To Bugar-corad ham. 1NsLla according to origin, although none that goes backso HIGH ARM, THIS aT'lLII,ONLY"as.00 01
donation the fund,which has already unpretending obsequie*. Joseph that day was brand end average Cauforaia 6yot, brealfMt of the large yield of feaibers. tar The Anglo-Saxons d'r"
received mourner, sexton, liveryman-had the entire bacon 8%3. Lard-Pure leaf 80 ; lest 1>ja7 The Einbdeu i* smaller, but the flesh wore gloves : !
from him :
sums to the amount charge of all the occasion. Four people only )-.; relined Oo. In the seventh century but the W f ;!
.f ,1100,009 ,during the last twelvemonths .t the burial of the King of the I/Diverse i* superior aud its suow-wulte feather were the men .. .. S II .1 X""
jet this be consolatory to those wbo,throuth (....try r....._. are preferred to the brownish, ones then to observe the cn. wD eXClw'5r.
Since the death of his only small means or lack of large aoqoaintanoo*, Eggs 13c. Buttw-.WMtera creamery 80a one of tom, the ladle covering their f.:1S :

on, a few year ago the Baron has have bat little deniotuitrsUon of grief at the 85ei choic* Teonessre S6a'. )ii| suet andM tho Toulouse; but the latter may be with their Land ; =
I grave of their dead. It U not neoee cry. 15.180. Lift poultry-Uensaua3j>' ivoungUMed sleeve. Earlier than this i
devoted mueb of his time and his for : L 4>ng line of glitter ing equipages two rows cldekbos, lar.:e iuaso i small llalia.poultrv 1 raised without a pond if provided Norman officials and hlgl w 1'Ir._ .. .1'10_
of adver handles casket of eoUy wood pallbearers 11'.t8oXU 14o chickens with a of perMnages w
ton to analogous deeds at benevolence -Turkeys j trough water, whereat the of that ; zWILLETs
carted end gloved are not nscesChVist .: I5o. Irish po: 'ato.$4 W per bbU UVMI po ad ias created and endowed boahnL Ho or cross-bred require pond. ,
yStrained and in
looks out from heaves at a burial lithe comb lOalta. Oniuiu 14 00 per: bbL No fowl can be so raisedas many place in Hut Jtibla We a co., Pr+-tOT :!.. PAo_
with millions cheaply
many of dollar orpni&tSona where there are six:: ia attendance, and remembers Cabbage 3a3 per I'". Almena. gripes SO tt word 'whno" |. used when CUREDe ir: .
& boa la Itasta and Austria for there are two more than Be had uckages $e Sat 69. gee, for they are good grazers and ualutaia scholars S eaPS
idea.sow it wean, TRIAL BOTTLtDOMTsurrt
at relief of Udr! ftt Hebrews" at IliaJ_ Hot reooeiaUg scatter this U, are abU to take care of tlieuiselvr' if "glon.-crh -"L.-.'rrao.YAAGZ *
II1&II1IiaaU profertias are c.a- Ldre"r. env WNGta Cnar'o. ..

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GEDRGIARIEFS.: and they hare actttl in concert to tnat 1 LOOKSTlKE WAR:? would" have no hips to face,I the Lfpnnto 6 .e
direction. It wouldn't help'mkttera if nd Dullio for forty minute The with
.....,....... idof ...
---- every bale $jn the state was sold on tho T '. drawal of an etnbassador 1 tA the next
April-It is in the hands of tho farmers \ thing to declaration: : of war and was
Interesting Paragraphs from all ITALY RECALLS HER MINISTER
on the 1st of April, and they pay the evult-nt'y' meant tn convey to the United:

Over the State. tans( on it. The state and county: taxes FROM WASHINGTON. :State the iiiformction that Italy will not,

will, foot up, in the aggregate: .a very .... ---- --- be trifled wjth.
Press Day of the large sum to come from the fArmers. The at Albany, notwithstanding Georgia ChautauquA the inclemency ,- Tbi-i is. in the nature of an additional tax: She Demands Satisfaction From an extremely difficult position, though HACIHE.WIS.s&ssse.
th something in excess of what the lynching at New Orleans
of the weather, was a grand success upon Our Government.. were justUSable. :
they usually for they never before Tho withdrawal of Huron Fava
The Western and Atlantic rental for adopted a genera policy of holding back \ ia the eRcit'st solution of tho problem.\

March has been paid. It amounts to their cotton until tho 1st of April. Not A Washington dispatch says XVi'h' "n 'I he (7/ofc thinks that the United States

$35,000. Th:1: Ii $1,150.00! a day, $47.94 long ago the list of questions to be propounded official note dated March Hist, Itoron have born taught\ a vigorous lesson in

an hour and eighty cents a minute-a by the tax collector were Fava. Italian minister, has UiUred! dlplotn cy. 'I 11 I t-y must learn that they I

pretty goood inc-me, $420,000 a year hanged in the legislature, and this point to the secretary, of state that the cannot ignore, old war d ldoa.

A movement is on foot to establish a about held-over cotton is covered now United States government, not boring/ 'J bo ltn-4 satirical I comments on tho

t telephone lino between Dalton and Chats The great difference this year, though, is given assurances that the murderers of ways of American newspapers, which, it ?

tanoogii, and efforts will be made to get in the amount of,COlton held aHompllredwith the Italian subjects acquitted by American says, proudly boast of America's superior

Chattanooga merchants interested in it. the average. Where a man pays $1 magistrates: and murdered in prison interest to the outer world, yet lu this

It i II understood that it will run its wiresto tax on cotton ordinarily, he will pay $10 while under the immediate protection, of matter everybody Is interviewed and LOGLUMBERYARD @IT''TRUCI S
Kinggold, Tunnel Hill, Catoosa Springs this year, and in the aggregate this the authentic of New Orleans, would be there U such a flutter that the raciest 1 -
and Dalton. amounts tt) a great deal. brought to justice. tie Italian"vern- domestic scandals fail to excite any Interest SPRING WAGONS* ALL STYLES.FISH .

\' Augusta U delighted at the fine pros- Farther In"tr. tI.".. ment has found it-elf under the very and the modest diplomatist, who

pects of getting the state fair in October. An important order has been issued by painful necessity of showing! openly iis hitherto was almost obscure, is now
U the efforts to get the fair are successful Governor Northen relative to the pensions dissatisfaction by recalling too minister famous a* a 1hi paper concludes i HuoolNS IJtDIE8 CKAI9E. ttpATNT

), it will be held in connection with the for Confederate widows, and is as of his majesty. from a country with an expression ol surprise

;r exposition, which will make a double at follows t"Whertftsj where the Italian representative is that King Humbert, considering all the ONALa6MKa '
traction. Augusta has made a fine offer ; The act of the recent general ; unable to obtain justice. The boron advantages that Italy en.'oa in bet

to get the fair, and the chances of her assembly, providing pensions for the will soon leave the United States, friendship, with America, hold\ allow

getting it are good.A .. widows of Confederate soldiers, stipulates leaving the secretary of the legation' in anything beyond a temporary cloud to [ BR9S WAB9N G9- .
: negro perachcr in Augusta that that each widow, entitled tinder its chirge only of currant affairs. This notion inter\1.lie between them. \\Q .

too yeKrs ago tho people Were all says Baptists provisions, shall receive $100, and tho t by the Italian government caused I the 'the Etho in of tho opinion that the /AC//VEW/S./
but since that time have fallen and general: appropriation act sets tpart deepest surprise in official circles 'recall of Baron Fava is a hasty, incouiiidtruto
many when the f let became known.. It had which is to
: that was the cause of tho earthquakes $00,000 to cover this expenditure; I step, Italy likely ,
official information been supposed that the Italian Humbert and his cabinet
st epidemics and murders. He also "And whereas, There is now generally repent, King
that the white Baptist folks used to says in this depar moot, furnishedby government; would at least: awa t the action ought to take Into account the great provocation I I 1001 E are maklnff a ap olalty this season of what

,; down to the river to baptize, but now they go tho ordinaries of the several counties, of tho New Orleans grand jury received by the people of New we can! our PARAGON HARNESS. ; &
the number of which is with an investigation of Orleans which led to the Inwicw; action
making applicants more charged I' Made of the fiNEST '
are BO good they baptize in the churches, | STOCK and the very
; where than 4;(100; the bloody episode at the New Orleans of the mob."
they the water
can "And whereas It will be impossible, jail. It appears, however, that the information : The Globe expresses the opinion that it BEST WORKMANSHIP. Such a harness
The most important testimony in the under existing circumstances, establish received from its representatives is necessary for the government at Wash-1 cannot ba bought for less than $26. d

McKee trial at Rome was that of Prof. any rules by which the money appropriated must have led that government to tho ington that it should receive a sharp at retail. But we are willing. 0'" e .;,

White, of Athens, who as a chemical expert : may be judiciously and property conclusion that the grand jury investigation lesson !in the customs of international 'In order to introduce It, to \ .- .
,has few equals in the south. He distributed until all the applications shall would fail to result in the diplomacy. The United States, it says, | 1
aid arsenic was found In the stomach, be filed in this office and passed upon mont, or even indictment, of any person Will have to fl under out of the trouble: SELL ONE SET, ONLY $ P ..<: .s" ;; ;

and his testimony was very clear and decisive under the provisions of tho law. It is connected with the killing of the Italians by some method, but not that of war. It'' to one person aa aaampla // g*;,,r, \*
oa this point. Prof. White's tees therefore will have to learn to amend the weak I Ipoint I I I fore '\ r ,
t "
timony created a sensation! for, althoughit Ordered, That payments of pensions to Dispatches of Wednesday from Rome in its domestic adanlnistntlon. Tho "? ;.4 ", .....\ ..

has been known that he analyzed tho the widows of cenfederate soldiers will say: The ruling topic of the hour is the European states cannot, negotiate with $t6.50.pV v fI lA'

[ stomach of the poisoned woman, the rol not begin until ample time has been rupture between Italy and the United Judge Lynch, and can as little iicgotint Oo '''' ''''
,;Butt of the analysis has never before been and all States. Well-informed Italians that with unable to for p "(\1
receive a
given to pass upon appli say government answer l\ v'o ,, ,, {, ; .
made .
: public. cations. Of this, due notice will be they recognize the Washington B'.vernmoot's -* Judge Lynch without an Ind.finite pro '

The citizens of Molena are considerably given through the papers and the ordinaries difficult, in satisfactorily dea log liminary inquiry a* to his exact rights and \.,<,:, :.". ''> ''' ;t i1 '
F ;agitated over the owenership of the real of the several counties. The ordi- with the New Orleans Ivnchcrs.. on account atdn 1 '' '
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estate npon which tho town of Moleaa isItuatcd. naries are respectfully instructed to explain -. of the fact that the outrage was a The Telegraph says: It could scarcely I; Xt.. ..., A .. '.\ 1=i \ 'J. ,

Tho Richards heirs are about the provisions of this order and instruct state and not a national affair. They appear practical! to Italy to be told that it I "yf \ o"f' A:+ I

to revolutionize things. Some little doubt every applicant to send her proofs make the point, however, that when the ia uncertain whether the murdered men / r '

has existed all along as to the ability of to this department and await notice of United States government rnxkes a treaty I were Italians, whilst they. were lynched ; v'j
?.those_in possession to_ make legal titles, readiness. to begin the rmvmonts." with a foreign power, promising to pro- !, and the lynching was pal ia tod on the h' ..t.j..... .>"':."'J.A"' .$t '

but the matt r was said to nave been sat Judge Calhoun, of Atlanta, announces I tect foreign residents, it Illu' duty boundto ground that they were members of an j
isfactorily arranged some time ago and that application blanks, setting/ forth the carry out the terms of that treaty, and Italian secret society. Tho contrast bo-

improvement went on. The attorney of requ.rements in the affidavit made by the i not shelter itself behind the plea that it I twecn the savage precipitancy of the.slay THIS IS ONE OF THE 40 8TYLEC WHICH WE .MAKE.
t, the Orphans gives notice that they expect widow applying;, are now ready. In fill cannot interfere in state or local matters. ers; the complacency of the municipal
I to push their claim. Tho claim involves ing out these blanks the widow must The public mind is directed to the authorities Now Orleans and tho do .0

|. 750 acres of land, embracing the entire swear that she is the widow of a soldier, question and a strong pre sure has been I liberate scepticism of Mr. Blalno might .e

_I business portion of the town. whoso name must be /given, with his com- brought to bear on .the government to well have moved a less high-spirited na .2.. *,

I'T .A chance hns taken place in the de- pany, regiment and time of' his enlist- anchor a fleet of war vessel in front of I tton than Italy to resolute measure ... () DJ'u
partment of the principal physician of ment, and tnat she was tne wile ot the New Orleans, and shell the city if satisfaction There is no )prospect that King Huinberit :II!

",the penitentiary: Dr. II. V. M. Miller, deceased soldier, and has never married is refused. TPO navy consists' of ill abate his just demands, -i O MW

['who was appointed by Governor Gordon, since his death. Sho must also give tho 215 war vessels manned by about 10,500 OK1IMANY ON TUB BUKJUCT. z a

stepped down and out. Dr. "W. O'Dan- date of her marriage, and that she has resided I men and in ten dnys'arowrrful squadron It is reported at Berlin that mysterious w z
could be collected at the mouth,, of the ]
fet, his successor, appoint by Governor continuously in Georgia, which washer I warnings soot by the Mufla society have -
i'Northen, took charge of tho office. Dr, home on December 23, 1800> and Mississippi. been conveyed to King lIumbert, of z".
I:Miller, it goes without saying, has mado that since that time she has not residedIn I' Serni-officinl rumors have it that sew ,I In these warnings the Mafia society is said .,

I'a; thorough (inj: and highly efficient officer any other state. bite must also state eral naval commanders have sailed, or to have demanded protection! from King < YI',
and his administration has given the date of death of husband, and will shortly pail! under sealed orders, and Humbert and the Italian government for .. '" 'E' a
\complete satisfaction. Dr. O'DanieT Is a how, when and where ho died.l I this is supposed to mean a hostile demonstration Italians resident in foreign countries. It No. ,16S. STAR GEAR SPINDLE BODY. .
f prominent Allianceman, a physician of She must state, in against some of the more exposed. is further believed, according to this NATIIIUI WOOD nKIKII, OK PAIHTCD.

[acknowledged position, and will doubt.less he died of disease, positively how tho American cities. story, that the recall of Baron Fan, I Built on Honor. Entirely different from Choap Western. ,
i prove an efficient officer This is the disease is known to have resulted from I Just now there are thousands of. Americana Italian minister at Washington is Urge I; Work. Llvo Dealers wanted. Territory given

jlut of the state house office affected bye the service of the soldier in the army, traveling or sojourning Italy. Theyare owing to fcan of Italian ministers aroused ... .-s....__ _-
last election. and not from any other cau>>e. Three in consternation over the news of threats.
.. witnesses must testify to the facts that Baron Fava's recall. and are leaving rap by-Mafia KINCMAN"STURTEVANT & LARRABEE
Bun day'wa. in The National "Even'ltthe
an important day Episcopal Zeitung says: .
f circles throughout Georgia, it being the sets forth in her affidavit. Them I idly.' In many localities the Italian lynched were American citizens, SLEIGH BUliDERS- '
I masses make no secret of their enmity towards & (E
must these a certificate from :
the day of elections for the parish officers accompany which in no wise Is proven, the tone 'Of
:f and for delegates to the diocesan convention the ordinary of the county in which the' Americans. While no actual via the American press leavis no. doubt that SEND FOR FULL_CATALOGUES. DINCHAMTON :
lence is known to have occurred N.
applicant resides.' Last of all, she must grave
.; to be held May 16th at Christ church I justified in her anxiety for the .
t felt for the of Itall.II "'- ----- --- -- ,
sign her name to a of attorney for apprehensions are safety T" :
in Savannah for the purpose of electing a power of her subjects In America. It
[bishop. Bishop Thompson, of Missis- I the collection of the money on any warrant unprotected toutists. wu an international duty for America to
An influential Italian, who
that may be issued in her favor. journalist,
;slppl baa been asked to preside at the start a judicial inquiry. Civilized nations -
r bus the confidence of tho
tBrysnnah convention, and will accept.A premier, says: have an interest in the fact that
HOW SHALL IT BE PAID ? "Jf the United States forces a war by .
number of name have been suggested murder, digs fled by the name of Judge:
failing to c out her solemn
for the honored position. Among them irry treaty Lynch, becomes a national institution InAmerlra.
ooligations: Italy will not be alone in the
are Rev. Chaunccy Williams, of Augusta, Obstacles In the Way to Settling. : conflict. The alliance ."
Ga..; Rev. Dr. Lindsey, of Trinity church, Direct Tax Claims. in a'cnse triple of this kind.means something The Vosslsche Zeitung calls Blaine "a
Boston Her. Di. Rainsford of New Germanywill !diplomatic brawler quite capable of con
; officials the ,
Treasury are considering side with Italy, because the will sue .
York;, lie v. Dr. Gay lor, of Sewanee university jest method of settling the direct tax an opportunity of seizing the long-loved juring up war with any. European '
j Rev. Robert 8., Barrett, pastor claims of individuals in those states island of Cuba while tho Americans are power.
of St. Luke's church Atlanta Rev. The thinks the matter Is not
; Dr. where the tax: was collected -directly by occupied in defending iheirseaboard cities Tsgtblitt
Robert Gibson of Richmond,.Va, serious It i II convinced'that Blaine
;Bishop United States officers. The act providesthat from pow erful fleets that are able to reduce c I e... s -
Wingfield, of CaUfernin- others in such.cases'; money in settlement them to a.hes at a distance of half a dozen the'personification of Yankee haughtiness 'u'. -

Judge A.It.Wright Dead. of direct tax claims shall be paid to the mile France, too, while not a memberof kept within the limits of 4I'KEPTeY STOR ESTtlREKEEPE uflSHE' Sey

Judge A. R. Wright died suddenly governors of states in trust for the claim- the triple alliance, has her interests international courtesy.TWO INSI USI
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Tuesday, near Glenwpod, his country inti. It so happens, however that the on the isthmus nf Panama to look HUNDRED IN ONE DAY ,,,
borne, and apoplexy: was the cause of his eeords'f'f these collections are in the custody after, and she will not be sorry to see tho : SEND Ousrcap;: STLtat
death The news of his demise will carry of the government, and that the governors United States get into serious trouble." -- ,
'orrovr to many, for one of tho grandestmen have no record information on the Bo the talk runs. In every circle It Is And Most of Them the Result of ETTING TriM t, Oox210jE1 ;

of this day has passed away. Judge;: subject. Several ways out. of the difficulty discussed. Officials connected with the the Grip. .IHOLYOKE iiss.

Wright was in congress with Toombs, have been suggested, and the one are reticent, but tbey do not There were 200 deaths reported at the FOR YOU. ,,

Stephens and Cobb, the intimate friend most likely to be adopted i fa for the governors hesitate to assert that, Italy will not pause health office in Chicago TIIC
of all. During secession Judge Wrightwas to appoint agents to make a tran- until she obtains full satisfaction, Include pneumonia and kindred diseases were too WE ABE IN THE LEAD
a leader. Ha and Mf. Stephens of the records, and for
script government inir the punishment of the lynchers, and principal causes. It was one ol the largest
stamped the state for Stephen A. Doug the governors to settle the claims in inderonl y for the families of the mur- record for a Mingle day tho office has FOR FINE QUALITY AND STYLE OF SPRING VEHICLES
lass. As advocate before he
an a jury, accordance therewith. Under this plan dered men.English received. Grip and complications
was was without a peer; as a political states would be allowed to retain all that diplomats say that the situation of ever grip and pneumonia are.apparently be- THE MOST FOR THE MONET IS OUR MOTTO,
orator there who suroassoil
was none portion of its allotment of which claims bristles with dangers. In their coming more prevalent. From Saturday
him.. With hIs,death ends the life of shall not be presented within six years opinion the United States can DOt afford noon until Monday evening there were BEST ONE Of-'

one of Georgia greatest men. from the date of the passage of the act. to be tardy or defiant in dealing with *o ninety deaths reported from those causes

C1alek......'. Euca.pme &. Application for their share hare been strong a navl power. It U currently rumored Tho record of deaths! at New York MATERIAL OUR CATA

The location of the Grorgfa military already received from three states. that Italy is mobilizing its fleet. since noon Monday up to noou Tuesday

encampment for 1891 at Chickamauga, WHAT ITALY DKXAMD8. was 148. Seven i>f Iheio are ore represented AND LOCUEBWORKMAN

(Crawfish fprings) Ga., by the Georgia THE MEW ORLEANS TRAGEDY, The tenor of Baron Fava's note to Mr. to have been from la grippe, i orap FiLLYLLUSTRATES-

military advisory board will be a great Blaine is that what Italy asked and still !ion ted with other lellac.: 'I'lv-n( are .
benefit to that aspiring and attractive The Matter Still In the Hands of asks, is the federal guvernm nt's ind policeman ..lttheal.kll-t toiUy. SHIP
resort and will enable it to bid
*advisedly the Grand Jury. I that regular legal piocecdings betaken
for the p rmanent encampment of Georgia'i The attaraey-ge eral of Louisiana re- against the culprit* in the New A CLEVER COUNTERFEIT. W I N 8. OUR LINE.
militia. In of the award of
speaking >oris the aspect of the New Orleans ease Orleans lynching, and that the federal -
the encampment VwutiMlon to Chickamauga, the u unchanged. The i la now entirely in government will admit in principle its A Dangerous Two-Dollar Bill In SHALL AND LARGE ORDERS RECEIVE BEST ATTENTION;

Atlanta truthfully says: the hands of the grand jury. Until the obligation to pay indemnity to the families Circulation.
"Chickamaugn is one of the most beau- grand jury commute I its report be could of the victims.
tiful place in the world. It is thirteen not state what the line of prosecution The note adds that Ittly cannot, and U A sensation has been caused at the WORK IS THE WORK TO BUY.

mile from Chattanooga, on the Chatta- would be. He himself could not say not, called upon to dlacust American institutions tremor? department by the. discovery of*

nooga, Rome and Columbus railroad, in who would be indicted, or whether any but mutt urge upon the fed counterfeit $3 silver certificate so nearly
what ii called McLemore's cove, with one would be indicted. The state of eral government the observation of the perfect in all in part as to be almost im- BRIDGEWATER. _CARRIAGE GO
Lookout mountain on one side and he felt of international law, possible of detection. Heretofore all
Louisiana, was fully capacitated principle Italy o.asTO m, V'.A..
Pigeon mountain on the other. The Co enforce its laws. There bad been no dope* that the federal government will counterfeit of our paper" .- -- - .
scenery in the vicinity is wildly new proceedings between the state and appreciate the picturesc/ne. The famous Crawfish Not word bad been of civilized imitate the character of paper on which
secretary Blaine. a as a government a country
Spring* is at Chickamauga. It.flows 80- received from Mr. Blaine since Governor to accede to Italy's J just demands. the government note are printed which JOB .PRINTING

000,000 gallons of water a day, and just STicboIl wrote his reply, and Governor If this should not be the case, the king' is so arranged that each part of 4 form
below it ia another of size. ing a complete note contain a small silk
spring equal Nicholla had sent no supplemental! communication minister must, by order of his government
The water U as clear as crystal flowing to the stale department. declare that he quits the post thread running through it lengthwUe. ,
over the rock For its historic associa, where his legitimate action B* the kiij's This paper to for the first time almost

lion, BO'better place could been selected. SCRAPS AT A DISCOUNT. representative has proved inefficacious.It perfectly imitated la the counterfeit .ju4 --oF- >;/f
The federal and confederate los eon this discovered
u believed that unless Baron Fava re.eeives __
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battlefield amounted te 83,000 men. The Instructions to Collectors Regarding a larorauld reply wiuuu a week, ..
I government take 7,500( acre for anaf the Tobacco Traffic. he *H leave Wellington. THE WORKMEN ROUTED
-tional park, and a surveying partv is now JD official dirr. lea at Rome it Is stated -
|OB the grounds Over $500,000 have The commissioner of internal revenue'has EVERY DESCRIPTIONiIEATLY ,
that Baron Fare, Italian minl ter tt By a Mob of Fifteen Hundred
already been issued Instructions to collectir -
bee cot cabled
Washington, anything to Infuriated Strikers.
tobacco traffic lIe ft fs-f ,fi i
A q_... .f TU.As }n regard to his government in regard to his recall
authority on the handling of cotton fays that the practice of allowing cigar The American minister there, )Ir. A, 0. A dispatch from Scottsdale Pa., say:
gives oat fact regard- manufacturer to put up in packages their the Italian There WM rioU g at a- Urge number of
an intending Porter, requested government EXECUTED AT THIS OFFICE C :
the cuttings, clippings:: ttc.. an I attach coke plant iloni&y morning A mob
lag giving in of taxes on held-over scrap to be patient for a few day; esplainiog
the thereto stamp and place! the same of 1,500 Infuriated strikers swept down' .-'ifc -
cotton, importance of which ha not in detail obstacle eiUtlog in the United .
the market as manufactured tobacco, oa Jim town plant early in the day, ,.., -
been generally appreciated.: "There on States, which are in the way of a speedysettlmneat ,
routed the workmen assaulted several
in before said be should be discontinued Cigar manufacturer of involved ,
never was Georgia qwatioo by the
.' much cotton left on the lit of be laY" havens right I 10 dispose New Orleans lynching men and threatened the superintendent'slife. Orders Will Receive Prompt Attention'
A bomb was act east Wet Lei-
of their cuttings clipping.
April ia the hands of the fannei. It's' imp
being to their hand on the 1st of April eta, in this manner. They may. sell the eaiTiw coMMtrr.LOIPOX coring and the men notitad! not to go to f; !' ,y.
1.-The St fame k. Tbe Leith work, near Union-
same to a manufacturer: of tobacco or to April WOt
make them the tans on It., Yt<>oare "
pay maDufttCti, but not bee OtuetU, commenting oa the recall of town, were also raided sad the workmen
going to aces kick all' over the skitswhea mother cigar I
of tobacco themselve Baroa Fava says: pot to 4i& Labor leaden are trying I
to in their lug GIVE US A TRIAL !
give property
for taxation.they come Thejr have been advised to hey cannot properly procure tobacco U July. fa disposed to send her Ironclad I to allay the cxcitera.Bt", a*other raid an .
to the MLsiwippi, the American sand
hold their cotton, M much a* possible stamp

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-- JAMBS: PHircnARD, President; W. B. BARNETT, Vice-President;
EAST COAST ADVOCATE. tonal question as in matters partl. TAX REFORM, good .example of that class ofproperty. W. M. BROWN, Cashier
THE Tftrere are no less thana
cularly affecting county,
---- and especially in the passage of a hundred tax sales! against! it, RIVER STATE

A WXCKLV: iOl'>1At rtEVOTED: TO TUB.OrnEKT 11111:1: : ; law, opening up'the water ways of The Floridia says : "Let the The owners: have stood with their INDIAN BANK
: nr THE IXDIAft SIVER ASD handle the
matter folded
LAKE: WORTH IECTIOHI. the State to competition by extend eyes open .and arms year
ing the powers of the Railroad tax assessment aDd collection with after year, and allowed it te sell (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)

Commission. The Senator himself out gloves." And the press of the wilfully and knowingly, on the Authorized capital
Office Washington Avenue, Titusvllle, State have this' $100,000
: being the heaviest and copied brilliant ground !that it will be cheaper to
Indian River Florida. grower its Paid up capital, $25,000
shipper on the river, is interestedin sentence and approved sentiments hare the tax titles set aside thanto r\N
our hobby, and la the right man What does the JFkHdianmean pay .taxes. This vast body of Average deposits, $100,000

EVERY FRIDAY. in the right place; and we are ? Does it want our lawmakers land remains unimproved like an

PUBLISHED satisfied, if the legislature does not to spit on their hands, roll ulcer or plague spot on our beautiful Transacts General Banking

take proper action In the matter, up their sleeves! and a "let-her-go- river, retarding the growth: of ,

,JDdered at then u>vin pt Tmea M second 'it will not be the fault of the member Gallagher" style pass a law that TitiHville. If the State had firmly ,' Business.
)fall ) will not be worth the paper It is
from this senatorial district.VOLUSIA'S insisted on the taxes being paid,

"--- written on, and add to the confusion and doubled (the penalty for redemption Largest and Oldest Bank on the River!
and disorder which former -
for the
In Advance, every year past : -
TERMS, Invariably
TAX SALE. legislatures have fastened the
upon ten years, its owners would have DIRECTORS!
By Cteck Foetal Order or One and Two Cent present tax system? If that is JA.IRITCHARDt.B. '
Pottage Stamps. come to their Senses long ago, or | <>nf
of the National Bank of JarkMnwillM"
Gee Year,........ .... ....... ................fIJSOMix The Volusia County Record, pub. what the Floridian means, we must would have passed out of their niTRKKK (VIce-lTePlrtent National Bank'nf 11
Month,........ ..:. ......................1.00 lashed at DeLand, is running the dissent. The legislation touchingtax hands forever, and hundreds of Jacksonville BROWN. ), W. 8. GRAHAM and W. .v.

Three :Months,........ ............ ............ M delinquent tax abvertlsement. The assessment and collection pretty homes would dot its beautiful CORRE8PONDKNT8.
Nagla Copy........................i.......... /So sale in that the should be very carefully considered. front. ? R- s a ,. Seaboard National Rank of New York and
occurs county on
Bent! to Address U. S.or Canada, Prepaid method National Bank of Jacksonville. y)
any Some must be devised that .
first Monday in May. The list of The present tax law Is not half TITUSVILL .' 1 I4A.
will compel owners to their ,
pay bad would The
Editor,.................... WALTER 8. GRAHAM. delinquents contains tome twentyfive taxes. If the law is weak in that BS aa one suppose. -
columns, and is about the most main trouble is that the average i -
Associate-Editor& Manager,....C. II.WALTON abortive and BHn.shnrl attempt in respect, the railroads, canal companies Florida assessor and collector is an INDIAN RIVER STEAMBOAT COMPANY.STR. ,
the way of what 18'-in-te' d f'--; a and other corporations or inefficient,. careless officer, so poor

advertisement that has syndicates, which own nine-tenths for his work that he cannot sue..
''We do not hold nurselres responsible for the legal ever ly paid
etitafoni of onr correspondent, hilt we claim come under our observation. It is of the State, will not pay their afford to do it well. A few hundred
file right to reject any communication. taxes, and the people who own !
about as good as no advertisementat dollars per year added to the

Gbtnrannlcatloni plainly on one for ride publication of the paper mnut only be written ,and- all. The F. C. L. C. and T. Co. one-tenth will have to scrape pay of these officials would 'work

kmld, In every (case lie accompanied by thewrtter' appears as the owner of hundredsof around, deprive themselves of com wonders. Thousands of acres that
name and address, not necessarily for Itf '
publication, but M a guarantee of good faith. parcels. The law requires that forts, and curtail their expenses,, are entirely omitted from the
so as to pay enough taxes to sup roll wouldbe a
every piece shall be advertised in assessment at present
the name of the owner or as un port the State. reached, the hundreds of mis.

ADVERTISING BATES known. This is done in order that Until the present law was' enacted takes that harrass our people wouldbe ST. AUGUSTINE-LEAVES TITUSVILLE

FKB YEAR. it may be likely to arrest his at- railroad companies never corrected, and the hue and cry Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 7:00 a.m., arriving at Ormcyid at 5 p. m.

One Inch.......................10.00 tention. But the abbreviation F. thought of paving taxes, but real. against the present system wouldbe Tuesdays Thursdays and LEAVES at ORMOND 7 at at
'J'woIncb.............,........... 18.00 C. L. C. and T. Co. is not the name ized it was not a compulsory 'mat. without any foundation. Saturdays a. m., arriving Titusvllle 5 p. m.
Three Inch...................... 20.00 ter. To-day it is different. For STR. ST. SEBASTIAN-LEAVES TITUSVILLE
of the and in
TonrInch.n............. 28.00 owner, an expert the first time since Brevard countywas Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 5 p. !D., arriving at Melbourne at 12 midnight .
Five Inch,or Quarter Col.,...... 30.00 land matters on the East Coast THE LYNCHING OF ITALIAN .
Hall Column,.............,...... 88.00 may be able to surmise that these organized, we believe, the taxes LEAVES MELBOURNE

,Whole Column,....,............100.00 letters stand for Florida Coast for this year have been paid on SUBJECTS Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays at 7 a. m., arriving at 2 p. m.

FnrRIi Months,divide the yearly rate. by two Line Canal and Transportation every acre of railroad land. Changethe STR. ST. LUCIE-LEAVES MELBOURNE; WITH MAILS, .
tad add 10 per cent.. the omission I law and we will go back to'the At New Orleans and the Mondays and "
Company. But by present Wednesdays Fridays at 1 p. m., arriving at Jupiter, Tuesdays,
f''' for Three Months, divide the yearly rate by the assessor, of the full name will old order of things. If everybodypaid strained relations with Italy growing out Thursdays and Saturdays at 8 a. m.

fIIIIr and add 20 per cent. cost the State and Volusia county their taxes the charge on each of it, have brought to light a defect in LEAVES JUPITER

1ae111ulertlon.!Kneat Advertisements, Ten Cent Per Line hundreds of dollars. For why owner would be very light. Duringthe I Federal constitution which has caused Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 8 a. m., arriving at Melbourne on Wednesdays ,

should the Canal Company worry past few years, corporationshave widespread comment. The foreign press, Fridays and Sundays at 5 a. m. ,
AM Heading Matter not in "Local Ne.." I found, that, in Brevard countyat : of STR. OEORQIANA-LEAVES TITUSVILLE
about its lands being sold? It can especially monarchical countries, is
eonmrns,Fire Cents Per Line Each Insertion. ,
come in at any time and show that least, they cannot let their land of course glad of the opportunity to Dally (except Sunday) at 0 a. m., arriving at Melbourne at 12:30 p. m.

legal Advertisements at Legal Kates. the sale is void ; that the land was sell with impunity. And why jeer at our boasted institutions; while LEAVES MELBOURNE

An the above rate. are for one edition perweeav not advertised "in the name of should they be exempt any more on' the other hard the retort of' the Dally (except Sunday) at 1 p. m., arriving in Titusville at 7:30 p. m.
,, than an ordinary citizen? Certainof O. D. ACKERLY,
owner or as unknown" as requiredby Confederate Veteran's Association, at ,
If- mill collected monthly. our citizens have made a bus Gen'l. Pass. Agent. Superintendent.
law. The error we mention is Kansas City, which requested maine to
Ckefk etc., may be DlII only one of a thousand we noticein inform Italy that our constitution was
a Walton." have shown a fondness for railroad EAST COAST TRANSPORTATION COMPANY
the advertisement referred to, perfectly satisfactory to those who madeIt ;
(7"" Merchant and all other to whom we are and lands. This has brought the rail.
,we hope our readers will not meets with hearty indorsement from
Indebted will oblige us by presenting their billstbsilst road their
companies to senses
of month for settlement. be so foolish as to invest a dollarat our own people. Certainly we are not '
every prompt :1
the Volusia county tax sale and recently they have sent their to change constitution, to meet the ; ,,,,

this year. money to'our collector with a views of European governments, or '.,....

Address all communications to promptness that is commendableas under pressure from them. But laying jjL '".( ,

a EAST COAST ADVOCATE, CALL OR DUNN. well as surprising. Those who this aspect of the case aside, the fact '.\ioj
invest in tax titles are denouncedas
FLORIDA. remains that the New Orleans imbrogliohas \ojji"'
P.0.sox,2 2.Imifan "sharpers and speculators, brought out prominently a defect In .,,
The anti-Call press seem to enjoy while as a matter of fact they are our fundamental which it would, be 1'' :
the paragraph which appearedin public benefactors. If a railroador well to remedy. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE STEAMER SWEENEY. a.)
: leaves
JT .' the ADVOCATE two weeks ago, in canal company should succeed As the case now stands, Italian subjects Sweeney TITUSVILLE about 130: p. m. _
acqulted of crime by an American GOING NORTH-Leaves Titusvllle about 11 a. m.
River No. 00 Free and which it was intimated that we did in securing a large grant of land f*
jury, were killed by a mob at New Or. The steamer J. W. Sweeney will leave NEW SMYRNA
Accepted Masons, hold their meetings not profess any confidence in the from the State, giving nothing in lean The Italian government has de- and Friday at 7 a. m., stop at all Intermediate points, and every arrive Monday at ROCKLEDOE Wednesday.
en the FRIDAY on or before Full Moon, re-election of Call. Our statementwas return in the way of value received, manded of our government that the at 0 p. m.Returning. ..
aa7:lOp. m., In Masonic Hall, In the In taken leaders of the mob be prosecuted, and
as a sign of weaknessor and should fail to taxes leave ROCKLEDOE '
dbtn River /State: Bank building, Titus- pay uponit we have put in the plea of non poitnwi, every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 7 a.m.
leaving the and individual and arrive at New Smyrna at 5
vote sinking ship pro- an who is in i I. e. that the case was solely within the p. m. ?' .
Visiting brethren are cordially Invitedto cedure. We did not Intend it that possession of the facts in CONNECTIONS
steps jurisdiction of the state of Louisiana,
With A. & W. R. R. at New
: for
Smyrna all
attend. way. Shakespeare makes the witchin and by paying his money at the and If the State authorities did not see River Line, and Clydes' Steamship Line., points north via Clydes St. Johns

WALTER GRAHAM, W. M. Macbeth say : "Security is mor tax sale, says to the railway com fit to act, the Federal government could The merchants and shippers of Indian River, who wish to patronize this line'
do about it. We thus stand
JOSEPH MKNDELL, Secrety. tal's chiefest and "We notice don't nothing will please advise their consignors to mark their
enemy, holy pany : you want confessedly unable to afford to the subjects goods Via Clyde Line care of
Farmer's Alliance. writ enjoins, :'Let him who stand. this land ; we will.take it," we cannot of foreign government within our A:&: W. Ry. and E. C. T. Co. or Via Clyde Line care of E. C. T. Co., Blue Springs.

eth, take heed lest he fall." Fore. see wherein the purchaser has borders, that measure of protection and R P. PADDISON, G. F. PADDISON,

.Tttusvllle Lodge of the Farmer alliance warned is forearmed, and the truest been guilty of sharp pra tlte. He redrew which U demanded by International General Manager. Genl. Frt. &: Pass. Agt.

meet. regularly on the first and service we could render our favor has done the State 'some service; law and treaties, and which we
; ,
,third Saturday of each month at the ite at the time to both for the is exact of foreign governments for our If You Wish to Keep Well Posted
Cbnrt House. Visiting members of the was warn railway company startled, I own citizens when abroad. It IB a principal on .the
ante*are Invited to attend. I the Senator and his lieutenants and exclaims : "Oh yes, we,do want of International law, that an In- Various
I that there was "the hardest kind Itl! we did not know ,you were!.. justice to a subject of a foreign govern Topics of Interest on the

WHO shall it be? Call or Croesus of work to do." Who will deny going to Interfere with our I little his ment sovereign, unredressed; and |a g an continued egression refusal upon East Coast Subscribe for

--the people or the monopoliesmancipation the fight will be a most bitter one? scheme of avoiding taxation ; but to afford redress Is recognized as a legi- ,

.. or slavery for the Money and monopoly, an over. we will pay up promptly in future; timate cause of war. It Is Irrelevant to this Paper.

farming and laboring clauses? whelming majority of the press, we don't want you to get hold of leans urge that deserved the Italians their fate.killed The at presumption New Or--
and professional politicians, on one our land. Whatever law should of'innocense attached to them until

CALL be defeated but Dunn aide-Senator Call and a few trusty be enacted, should compel the pay. convicted-and they were acquitted. Mims. LaGrange.We .
may disciples who follow him, not for ment of taxes from all, .and nq And then again, another case might arise -
''wUl not be elected. Bloxham is but from principle on the loophole skould be 'for where the foreigners lynched could be begin to feel the need of rain and
pay provided
undoubtedly the- second choice of prottd to be Innocent. The trouble Is, The weather is cool but pleasant from the present appearaces of the
.& overwhelming majority of the other. The people are not on the avoiding payment. The present that no matter what wrong is per- Mrs. McCormick left for her home In weather do not think it will be long un-
ground at Tallahassee. They law, though not perfect, is by far petrated against foreigners, the national Clinton til we do have It.
two weeks
people.Ir fought their fight when they select. the best we have ever had. The government is powerless to rive redress ago. We had a pleasant call
the Alliance members ed their representatives last fall.I advertisement of sale, which will by prosecuting the perpetrators The Our gardners are all busy shipping from Mr. C. H. Walton, of ,the Saturday ADVOCATE ,
become involved In
The Alliance has the naming of appear in the Star in about a fortnight nation may cabbage, beans, etc. and Mr. J. W. Huntington, of or
will the of
or not, elect Call, they war at behest a single state.
near Aurantia.
should at least someone not uirect- the next senator. Will they makea will not be one-fourth as This danger however Is not Imminent.No The Rev. Mr. Nixon preached to a full

opposed to their interests. Imagine record for honesty of purpose, long as that of former years. The great European country would attack congregation on Friday. on The the quantities of vegetables going oK
of principles and law has been in forcllong \la, because It must be so weakenedby morning train every morning
the farmer purity non-pur existing not Miss L. Roberta left well for
getting justice at the conflict that It would fall a prey Wednesday, for a speak the Industry of our gen-
fie hands of a millionaire bondholder chasable integrity- thus insuringfor enough to be properly tested. to the other great powers, who would be few weeks visit at Indlanola. tlemen and the fertility of our soil

mine-owner and banker. themselves a grand future and It is just beginning to be under.,, waiting like jackals to pounce upon it Mr. B. J. Mime has been at The regular: meeting of the LaGrange
Will do their will permanent place in State politics stood. Instead of some 3,000 par and pick Its bones after America had last Rockledgethe Enola Alliance will be held next Satur-
they month
duty or his
the who gotten through with It. shipping oranges.The day evening it being the second Saturday
by electing man is with of land being sold, as in former
they be as clay in the hands of a It Is probable however,that the Italian Rev. Mr. Cohen of the month
will hope to
them heart and soul In"the task of there will not be more than preach at the ; see a Urge
years incident If nnredressed
and lead number
potter do the bidding of the may to bad school house present.
moneylenders and railway rulers uplifting the farming and laboring 700 at the coming sale. This de. treatment of Americans traveling in on Saturday, at 7 p. m. From the length of time the has

as they have done for the past classes and crushing the land grab. crease Is ,due partly to the superiority Europe. What could we say, If Americans Miss Barrel, who taught the public to stop at our depot nearly every train morn-

generation? ber, the railroad monopolist and of the present law, and part were and the murdered Italian by brigands should In school here, left for her home in Georgia Ing for some time past, it seems to us it

the whole system which is intendedto ly on account of the fact that Sicily reply,to our demand that government the murderers last. week. would be to the advantage of the rail

SJEMATOB: CALL our first, make the rich, richer, and the certain "sharpers and speculators"have be prosecuted, that the case rested solely Mr. D. K. Harrison Is now occupying leave road company the car to to be loaded put In a switch and

last and all the time. If his enemies poor, poorer, and reduce labor"to made it necessary for those with the local authorities of Sicily, and his new home, which presents quite a There will be by the shippers.
that could be done We wouldbe a dance given at Mr.
? Or will who have avoided
slavery they endin ignoring payment in the neat appearance.Miss Jacob
la Feaster'
accomplishing his apt to reply that we Lad nothing to residence by some of the
defeat then we know of no better the career of a party powerful past "to come down with the cash"or do with Italian Institutions, but that we Mabel Roberts returned home young men of Titusvllle and LaGrange;

man than lion. W. D. Bloxham in infancy, noble in its aims, lose their land. demanded of her that she act her part : Wednesday, after spending a few a cordial invitation is extended to the
next E. M. Hammond ; bright with the promise of accomplishing Some provision should be made as a nation, and that International ''In Titusvllle. days friends of the family to be present Mon
OrangeeountT' day the 13th
required that she should afford this lost
its purpose-that of emancipating for an owner who allows his landto
favorite son. Dunn is the i government adequate redrew. .And this Judging from the length of time the We send our congratulations and best
too rich for Florida. The Alliancehas farming and laboring sell through ignorance or mistake it just what Italy has told tI. train remains at our wishes to Titusville on the complete success
depot business
a majority in both houses, and classes, by doing the bidding of a or the neglect of an agent The remedy la, to give to the Federal must be of its electric lights; although a*
If we understand their Judas who is among them and electa who he supposed had attended to courts jurisdiction of offences committed prospering. yet we have not been in to see them for
principles man whose burden of gold is the matter. One year is allowedto against the subject of foreign powers All who attended the play at Titus ourselves, we hear those who have,speakof I
they cannot consistently support a I' The constitution extends the of them.
powers vllle, "A a great
Celebrated Improvement
millionaire monopolist. They will more than he can carry, and whose redeem, under the present law, these courts "to all cases affecting ambassador Case.t"report a There

never find a truer friend than Call, gratitude for the honor conferred and the time might be extended *, other public ministers and most enjoyable evening. iS Methodist will be Church a quarterly held at meeting and of I
would be shown reduction of : another But consul," for the reason, aa stated in the Quite a number ? Mints
by of
and a year or even longer. our young people TUusvllle; aa our
they ought to know it. The pulpit is filled for Sun j
that in such the
fight against him is being made by the wages paid in his mines and no mercy should be shown those federolitt the whole country 1*case involved,peaceof and attended the sociable at Mrs. Feaster's; day Mr. Nixon the presiding elder will I

monopolies because. be baa stood an increase of the hours of labor? who make a business of neglectingto the peace of the rAoought not to be and report a very enjoyable time. hums preach at Titusvllle Sunday and at .
The horrors of the coke taxes and with in. left at the of Friday evening; we are all sorry !
up for the people against them. regionsof pay wilfully disposal a part. Mr. A. L Hendry, brother of our enterprising w* could not have Mr. Nixon preach r;
will But it U now forcibly brought to our
Pennsylvania not tent to defraud the State. for
surpass merchant Mr. UI he liked
W. N. much
Hendry by young :
attention that the of the very
the peace country and .
those of phosphate fields of The owners of Spanish grants U jeopardised by case affecting the returned to hi* home near Savannah old.

SKXATO HIRDXE: passed through fair Florida a few years hence if should be compelled to do their priral subject* government G* on Monday. Mr. J. C. Briggs, of Gainesville, ha

Ttamille last Saturday eN route the Alliance members are led as duty. The Delespine Grant a M well a* their ambassadors: ; and consul, peen around putting up lightning rod*

to Tallahassee. We bade him God. lambs to the slaughter, and it hay body of 43,000 acres having and the same reason which required thepresent Pictures, 4 for Wets at for which"vem partie.. Uncle Jake baa one
Woodward's add
peed; and told him that while we been openly boasted that they willso frontage of ten miles on the river amended provision so that, demand the powers that of It the be tent, Tituiville. Picture of a whole pretty house,much not to to mention the looks the advan-of his

hoped it would be CALL, we were be led. Which shall it be, CALLor which begins just south of the Federal court shall be coextensive with family for Met Also fine collection Uge it U to be thus protected. Mrs.

not at much interested in the sena Draw, liberty or etarery7r built-up portion! of the town, is a national responsibility. Florida views for sale. 8tt of Sarah Singleton had one put on her hand, i
some residence also
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SET EGGS, FANCY STOCK At the same time Protect You from Mosquitoes with Screen Wire, green & galvanized ; Window & Door Frames. :


F. T. BUDGE Titusville FIn.
i by wire filled same day received. ,

,Write I for particulars and prices.

coo P. B. JOHNSTON, Sharpes.Mr. Articles of Association and ByLaws H. 11. OLMSTEAD

i Cold Wave. of the Canaveral Land The Pioneer Dealer in INDIAN RIVER LUMBER :
: 9
E. M. Bruce, of Rockledge, paid A and Harbor Iiuprotcmcntconipniiy. .

short visit to his friend, Capt. Sharpe, GENERAL MERCHANDISE
baa been suggested by some of onus this week. "

that the phenomenally coldr COJ.\lP.A.N""Y 'i rIncorporated
Edward Holmes, Esq., has, temporarily Eau Gallie.

of last Saturday, Sunday and at least, resigned his position as pilot on WITXE8SETH that the1.under.lnped Feb. QSth 1S91: a

play nights wan due to the adoption Lucle and J[ have hereby associated themselves I keep In Stock a Choice variety of .
the is
St. now enjoying a vacation '
for the of
trio lights by the town of Titus. together purpose forming '
at his father's home. corporation under the general!: Incorporation act GROCERIES, HARDWARE, TITUSVILLE FLA. '\, '
for illuminating purposes. Oae of as contained chapter M of McLrllAn' Digest ,
Mr. J. Brognard Belts, of Somerville, of the Law of Florida, chanter a,7'JII, laws of CROCKERY, TOILET ARTICI, ETC
friends that tiles .
philosophical agreed of
1087 and chapter a,907.aWl 1X89,amendAtory '
i of lamps which had been used N. J., arrived at Sharpes on Monday thereof. And will Sell as Low as the Lowest. COMPLETE STOCK OF ,
evening. Mr. and Mrs. Betts are both ARTICLE I.
{of ore had given out such a large enthusiasts in fishing, and the gentleman OF OKOAMZATION. Ctll and examine my Stock. 18 House Boat and Skiff Lumber .
at of heat that they had the effect was greeted by the pleasing news that The name of this corporation shall be Till '

maintaining the temperature In the the largest flounder ever heard of by CANAVERAL LAM .R HAK1IOR UII'IUlYJo Brick Lime Cement Fire-Brick :
our oldest Inhabitant was caught by Mrs. MET OMl'A.N; Y. Its memlwnihlp ShAll consl.t J. E. ENDER & CO. .
jty of town at least ten -degree of the lncorKirators and all other whose name ,
Betts last
Friday. appear| a* nockholilers upon the book of the Mouldings Lath and Shingles ;
than It would be without Watohma1E..orHAND /
any aialald. company. The management of laid company : :: ,
Capt. A. W. Bute is certainly one of .
shall be entrusted to board of three
a or moredlrectol'll.
We did
not attempt to diiI the moot courteous and obliging of com as shall lie determined each year at Brackets Pickets Turned Wort '"

I',this theory,but it is our own pr manders. Mr. Ballantlne requested him the annual meeting;of the stockhohlurn. Thedirectore MANUFACTURING JEWELERS, ; .... .
shall ensue from the stockholders
; opinion that the location of the to COrm in for his daughter, if he were a resident Secretary among and Ireaimrer. Fla. :Elousos: / 271mm.oc3.: :: to Ox-dox
signalled on a certain day, and althoughthe All meeting of stot>kholili>r* and director Titusville, .
_io light plant so close to the Signal flag was not raised, Capt Buie came siyail be at the principal place..f business of tile ______,_ __ ___ ________II., _HANSON___ __ __._,'u Manaper._ ;._ ,
|had something to do with the ii in to know if he were wanted. Such company',which lhall be at Tluuvtlle, Ilrevar Repairing Fine and Complicated
.1 weather supply we received at the courtesy is appreciated. county A meeting of the stockholder for the purpose Watches; setting of Diamonds and other ProfessionalORORO Cal't\, J. M. Sanders f; Co.
of the week. of electing dlrator shall 1* held on the lint Precious Stones ,
jjnlng Easter Sundav dawned clear, bright Tuesday of March, of seek year or at a short I
i were told Superintendent S. 1I, and it'is doubtful if the usual date thereafter,to lie upmilnteil the director Alligator\ and Hog Tusks Carved and M. RonmxN. WILTKHA.GRAHAM, Dealers In

the other night not -to approach brilliant display of costumes on that The hold member of the lloard of Director, shall Mounted for cano-heads, brooches, etc. nOBUINS &: GRAHAM,
their offices fromtime time they qualify to Shell made.In .
fashionable promenade Fifth avenue, the succeeding first Tuesday In march and hall Jewelry b DRY GOODS NOTIONS '
pn'five tfeet of the dynamo or 1 1I It
New York, was favored by such delight hold over after inch date until their successor S. H. Ray new building, opposite ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW ,
I put ear watch out -cf order, and ful,Easter weather. The day was Uneventful lhall qualify. corner from Postoftice. CROCKERY
A or Vacancies upon the Board may TITUSVILLK Brovard Co. Florida. ,
vacancy Prompt attention to all orders by mallor ,
pot probable that the dynamo beingse as usual In our neighborhood, be filled by the remaining directors or directoi SADDLERY,
to the weather of the except that Mr. W. B. Ord sidled MrBallantlne Meeting of the Hoard of Director may beheld otherwise. 21nov P.o. Ike,210.
machinery and his to the at any time niHm due notice to all hemember.ol Will practice In all the oountloi if the Seventh STATIONERY, \ :
daughters over
I office It may have upset matters the Jldare Circuit alll In the Supreme ('Ollrt. Special' fa
afternoon service at Grace church, Mcrritt The Board of Directors shall have power to rilltlos fur Examining sad IVrfarUnK lmTltlfts. \ FAMILY MEDICINES
i latter stl.blishment"and s'j maj It Is just a year ago that we at- appoint such sub.ot leers and agent as may be HODGES & GODFREY dirrvKtHinilcni e solicited from Claim. HARDEN SEEDS. h
- NI disarranged( the delicate m: tended a concert for the church, not then necessary holders. who may or may not be itock ant and heirs Vo R|&nlsh ()r nts. CHOICE GROCERIES,
Money to Loan. J
ry, that Messrs. Ilersey and LichtI erected, and now it Is both a realized The Board of Director for the first term shall Manufacturers of '
and beautiful fact. Truly, that congre- consist l of Dwight W.Tuttle, Walter 8. Graham ,
I at sea In their calculations. The'al gation; has reason to be proud -of Its successful and George Rnhhlns, who shall respectively Yellow Pine Lumber T\ L. GAULDEN, FINE PATENT FLOUR.

I Weather-Supply depot at Washn efforts. ) first President Secretary and Treasurer. ,, Oooo, I'lorida.J .

i may also be confounded, and it I Is ARTICLE 1LOf A TTORNEY.A T.W..W,
that -robable the 'batch Intended Notice.To Orange Boa Ilrndi, TITt'BVILLK, FUTAS. -
AH Whom It May(!oaeern. capital stock of the company shall he Fruit A Vegetable Cral_ \'I V. Roger ,
Julian'River may have gone to BUf A,00000 to be divided into fifty share of tin
IS HEREBY GIVEN Chat applies Lumber ilellverml at any part of Indian River T. SANDERS DEALER IN CLOTHING
each. Bob scrllers to the stock shall pay for tin ,
Dakota or Manitoba, while weed NOTICE on through bill of ladlnn.; Anyone cnntoinnluIng <
f will be made to the Legislature of same in full before It is I Issued. a '
the East Count, would do well to
1 a (Job lot of winter stock Intend- the State of'at. Its next session, to pass The highest; amount of Indebtedness to which write building forprfres.on The Rawmlll ultnated i on the ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Gents Furnishing Goods, Shoes, Hats, '
i those districts. a local or / to Gale the InrorjMiratlon the company can at any time subjectltsrlf shall Jo T.&; K. W.n,., 1/1011.* south of Palatka.Agentsi (,
zero-loving of the Town of Eau in the count) of not exceed nlnetl\8r cent of the capital stuckpaid ] Will practice In all tile Court of the Seventh Caps Umbrellas Trunks Valises
CocoaE. Eau
have suggested that the Town Ilrevanl. and to declare the \incorporation of In.Stock ; I Btlllngj; Umo Engon. I Judicial Circuit of Florida. ,
certificates shall be the lrel nerd. pd
Halite signed by
Eau valid and of full force and effect,and CIGARS
oil have its committee on arts andes to define the lMiundarle of said Town of Eau dent and Issued under the hand of the Secretary Satsuma Plights, 1'iitnaii co., Fin P.0.lIox,235. TITUSVILLE, FLA. FINE Etc ,
Gallle and to change the present bonndarle i 0 attested by the seal of the company. Mosey to Loan. J The only house In town making a specialty
look Into the matter, and It i Is'We that the corporate limits will contain section The 8ecretAry shall keep a Word of the I issue of Gents
an Insulated fence around thee 4. B, 8, 9, 18, 16, 17, Sin, 21 and 22 of Township t and transfer of the stock upon tile stubs of the GEO. ALTREE Furnishing Goods. .. y
South Range 87 Ka t. stock book. T\U. M. D L. DODSON, Drop In and examine my stock,. and
light works would prevent any 20feb.apUM. ARTICLE III. /@i8! compare prices. Cash customer com.
(urtior difficulty. The subject or OCSEBAL nUSINKM. BROKER AGENT mand every consideration competitor

!thoroughly investigated, othei Notice.In The general; nature of the business to be tram Titupvillo Fla. SPECIALIST IN OPERATIVE, 8UR01 claim to confer.
acted by the company shall lie the Impr..e"'ntof .
I trait and vegetable growers, i In: the Circuit Court for the 1th Judicial the harbor at the bight of(Canaveral in Hn Agent for Pianos and Organs; Florida CAL &: MECHANICAL DENTISTRY, Call when convenient First doorsouth
have for Circuit of Florida, tn and for Brevare vard county Florida; the construction and o|" Gasoline of ADVOCATE office.
Ity may good grounds Brick and Lime; New Process
,, peratlon of a pier at said time bnying
t damages against the town. county, A. D. 1891. In Chancery. Improving and selling of real lestate J; the bulkIng Stove that cannot explode. TITUBV1LLE, FLORIDA.TR. .
CHARLES A. SMITH ) of a resort and of a commerce port a sit Will at all times handle every dllcrlpt-
I Bill for Divorce. be selected the such harbor DIXON & GI AY
I to
va. by company on i ,
Ion of New and Second Hand Furniture. B. I.. WILLS ,
LAURA SIIITH.WUEREAS. ) and the general; business of a town site con \' ,"
I Worth Inspecting.are.efferlng It appear by the bill of com pany; the construction and operation of a tram In fact will get anything to supply the Dealer In ,
way connecting laid site with the Banana wants of the People.Tradellmtm'1I80Ile(1. PHYSICIAN A SURGEON .
filed In the above entitle river. Drugs Chemicals Perfumery Toilet
cause, worn to by complainant and that the The term of the corporation shall be for the Stocks Disposed of A graduate of the University of Penn. "
five and ten acre lot aid defendant, Laura Smith reside without itatuatory period.ARTICLE Will sell on Commission by private treaty; sylvanla, and an experience! of twentyyears ; Articles Floe Soaps Stationery ,
the State of Florida, and that she Is over the ,
best hammock land with the wantto
IV. Public Auction
( very or anything you
ace of and that the place of In practice, offers his services to
m tad boundaries plainly marked the residence of years la unknown,and that er AMEKDMI.XT. turn Into money. the citizens of Titusville and vicinity. JEWELRY,
farther cost for surve-one milMinis' said bill I Is filed for the purpoM of procuring adecree These article may be amended on vote of Cash advanced on Goods for absolute SPECTACLES ..tdEWING
of divorce between the complainant and OFFICE: oven: J. w. HOOCH: A to.'
station, postoffice and< three-fifth of the stock present at any legal sale.EDEN. MACHINES. ,
defendant. It Is, therefore ordered that the
1. at.25 to 30 dollars per acre. The said defendant Laura Smith, do appear and business meeting for and that the purpose majority or to transact of outstanding general RUE P ELY Guns, Pistols, Sewing Machine and
ntag pine land It very high andg answer said bill at the clerk's efllce before;In Titusvllle tack ball constitute a quorum at any itock Sj LA Machinery Repaired Watches, Clock
llrevard Florida, the
on or
and the is holder
neighborhood ex'pnally meeting.
healthy. The land we ofleexcelled sth day of June A. D. lnwl or said bill will be Witness our band; and seals,thl-day of Q JUSTICE: OF THE PEACE 17TU DIST and Jewelry a specialty. ..

in the State either for there taken It I.against further old ordered defendant that confessed.the notice of this April,A. D. IBM.DWIOHT W. TUTTLe Seal .. i Notary Public for the But at Large. School Book and School 8uppHe.

''.f citrus fruits or vegetables. order be published weekly for the apace of three SIDNEY WILBIIB [Seal]. i Contractor and Builder of over M rear*' *iperlenc Subscriptions taken at publUher' pricetM
months in the EAST COAST ADVOCATE a new *. Natural Finish for Books etc.,
;drained muck lands for vegetables llrevard WALTKB s. GBAHAH [Seal]. .. m a Blieolalty.MELDOURNX Newspapers, Magazines, lo.
paper i published lo TitusvlUe, county, .
On> M. RnBBlxa [Seal] FLA.
.cane, at $20.00 per acre; and Klorlila. WILLIAM WOODWARD Seal ....Jl J Prescriptions carefully compounded at'i i

IIU hills, for homes, at $10.09 per 20th Ordered day of at February Chamber,A.,D.In 1BH1.Detand. Fla., this I. E. BBOWK [Seal]. [ ) ft. I o =V 1 any time, day or night. L, ; ,''

Al'Ply to: JOHN D. BROOKE tit t E; :: William: JPutoh: ,
River Loan. and Investment Co. Judge of the Circuit Court, Ttu Judicial Circuit Notice. Druas I"
Lf. iEobbll1&-Graham agents.- of Florida.I o &JbIt Draynian.Hauling f.
certify that the tangoing a true copy of In Circuit the Seventh Judicial, done at reasonable rates. Attends -

-- the TitulYUle order of,publication I'I&,March made 2nd 1891.In this case. Circuit of Court in and for Erevan all departing, and meets all arrivIng Patent Medicines,. '" '

A.A.8TBWA,Clerk. county, A. D. 1891. iI = trains.
EI 1 Dora. D L. OACLDKK DWIOBT M.BEWABD Orders left with O. B. Rumph or at
Solicitor for complainant. Imar3JD v.. IJ I = ud Toilet Articles
Cl' ADVOCATE office will receive prompt Elegant Perfumery ;:
Oscar Hall a* administratorof attention.
the estate of Aaron V
I week.Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Cole Notice. Cleveland, deceased, o op Kept constantly on band at ,

t 1e""a14aYI" at.El Cupola Cottage,, IS HEREBY GIVES of the forma- Catherine widow Cleveland, his. A. Proscher' J 1 h

ora, ;They were charmed with the NOTICE of a corporation, to be known a*the I Aaron Cleveland,and Mary B. ; S TITUSVILLE, FLA., J. B. Screven''. (

and seemed "Canaveral Land and Harbor Improrem Cleveland his wife Foreclosure ; Keep 's full of Metallic and
to Cleveland : supply
i-euff-bathlng, Company," with place of business Tltnavllle, Phoebe H. ofCatherine 11 FWF '
their vUii. Florida. The l'lneralllatare of the business to Cleveland, Mortgage.Chula I:is ra Wooden DRUG STOItG. ,
be transacted by the companywill be the lavrovement Llevehwd, '
Corona Cases
&l't7otSt. Louisana camping ataonsiadng > of the harbor at the Bit of Canar.ral. ,Deboroh C. Hall, and Oscar Casket '. f\
In Brevard county Florida; theoonetructl Hall,her bnstend, Funerals attended If desired. All or Also the latest Newspapers, Periodical .' ..
ra of Mr. and Mrs. J. and of a Pier at said leorge Cleveland
on maintenance operation den executed
promptly at
William Cleveland and reasonable *, etc. 2 '
polat' and :
Qultorj,.Mrs. Julius Uoulton, Mrs. estate the : ye.glwhidln of a retort i and ofeemmercial a Julia Cleveland hi* wife, rates. Embalming done. 2M. Ii' .'

abera Mid IOn Charles; Misses port at a site to be elected by thempany and Samuel B.'leveland1and :
wile. FOIL
.* on said harbor; and the general btuiae Mary Cleveland,his "o-
r Alice.Pirn( Harriet Helery, Marie **of a town site company; the construction Complainant having shown, by affidavit of D. D1I"--e11,

) Chambers and Harriet DuchouWUkinon. and operation of a tramway connecting laid lite l _, his agent,that George Cleveland,William PINEAPPLE
with the Banana River. The amount of the BRICKLAYER & PLASTERER Wines &
Cleveland and Julia Cleveland his wife,
) capital stock authorised shall for the present, Cleveland | Spirits <
and Samuell.1e..lalld and his
be five thousand dollar, to be paid op In full. Mary .
lion among ladies la a dreadful TIle company shall commence lu corporate extence rife,are each over the age of:21 year[ and that Titu
villo. Fla.
a* soon a* It*article of association and they each reside outside the State of Florid
f_and so :;is a mosquito. This by-taw are filed with the Clerk of Court of Brevard but within the United Bute*. Work contracted for
It I. therefore ordered that the said George pLANTATION.T. on any part of
county and with the Secretary ef State, ] Beech
spearlaa extract was fully realized and continue for the term of twenty year Cleveland, William Cleveland and Julia Indian River,_ gJoo. ,
last when the campers wend' The business of the company will be oauductsd Cleveland, Ids wife and Samuel and ,
ay Hary Cleveland, hi. wife, answer or demur to '
by a ,secretary and treasurer' ,and aboard '
fielr way to the beach, where they of not lees than three director, the nnov the bill of complaint, filed In this canae a.on or T. RiohardB, McAllister CIGARS: ETO. ; ,
bar to be fixed each year by the itocUMilden. before Monday, the &th day of May. A. Ian, .
I nobly with tie waves and mo.- elected the director,who aaiue will be taken against them H '?
The hall emcee themselves shall be be elected by by the stockholders ort.-. Eden Indian Hirer, florida: L r' OF THE FINEST QUALITY, > <,.'- .

i. at the annual meeting to be held an the first It I* further ordered that a copy hereof bo Contractor for ''''I ,
of March of each The highest published once a week for four consecutive t 00 TO
i hear that Mr. G. P. PaddUon was Tuesday year. .
wake In the RAn COAST ADVOCATE a new* ), 1
amount of indebtedness to the
cipient of a poitton d' riln the CUt at any time subject itself, shall corporation net *s- payer published In Bard County.WltMM T. W. Sft.LL.I.I.L. Artesian Wells Losley & Rcnaker. '. '
John D. B.-. :
the honorable
|of a billet deux wherein he was re- xeeed.ninety per cent of Itt capital Hack Judge; ,and A. A.Stewart, Clerk of laid Court, Drayman. I f t ,, .,

of the day of the month by paLiLla SIDNEY DwionT WiLkum W. Terra, at April the,Court Hors at Tituivtlle,this lit day of Will attend to all kind of Hauling, ')) Kau Gallle. Fla Families Supplied. "

?!grinning faces "'TU .true, 'tis n EO.H.ROBBIM.WALTEB A. STEWART.. promptly, cheaply and expeditiously I
Clerk Circuit Court of Brevard Florida. pd tlmo

|land pity'ti.'ti. true," but he torerelope WILLIAM 8.A.GBACUM WOODY A'",. 01 I the hereby original!certify order that made the above IB this. I*cause.A. a true._ copy Will deliver baggage for passenger TitusY lIe Meat Market. '

In his usual buslaesoUke 6it Inoorporalon.PERFCCTCO .A.STEWART; arriving or departing on train or lteam.o00&ti.
r. Clerk of Circuit Court.

ay eveolng the City of Columbus oliciton fur Complainant. Mot.lva Can be found at the Railway Stationor Dealer In ALL KIXD or "'r
CRYSTAL LENSES at residence In South Titusville. .. '
(landing at El Dora. Mr. Coav

'd Mr. Lawrence. two New York .ease rem.IistByrHd4wu.41w. uD.lIAN"S: : U. S. Mall Carrier. sp General Merchandise Fresh and Salt Heats, Eggs, .1H i

a who are cruising on these *. '

entertained the party on board. NEWSPAPER it alp'ISsG'i DRY GOODS, Ojsters, Fish, Fruit 4 Vegetables, .,' ; .

ung ladies graciously condescend. NOTIONS, iv IIAIO: _. :< ,
Iter much persuasion to warble

y, "Annie Laurie" and other old Subscription- Agency* STATIONERY, CASH FOR POULTRY EGGS, VEOX: :>"

luw'funr TABLES, ETC. '1 '*
They received many sorts yDyrxfrr ,
+ Choice --
on their courageous effort, and CdfAf[ M rurMA Groceries 19 }:. J. AVIH, ilunaser.LI. .;-r

tlemen elicited much admiration The Pioneer Agenoy. toltu ..ernolp 3II3I8, FLA. B ._...r. n--i ...._ ...." i i ._ JIWTJL -JiU f ff

ek praiseworthy powers of en- ti 1 _

J. E. ENDER & CO. For term and sample copies addre* Notice. THE ADVOCATEr

Town Warrant Lot-NoUce U hereby
lieu Have exclusive sale of thee celebrated c. H. XAUMAJT,
given that I warrant No. JiOl
Charter by or Day Utses In Titusville.FACLKNEB. issued the town of Tlturille.
for 1100, by *- Job
Fla. Printing
SOft. cabin: launch, Delphlne, KELUUf[ MOOBC. TrroviLLZ, Brevard county, In my favor; and that payment on Departmeh-.

|charter by the hoax or day for the same has been stopped; and that I
The only Manufacturing Opticians bare applied for the laisuance of a dupliKobtrt Is to do Your WoiL
Ant Indian River. Addreu Peddlers for ADVOCATE Ready
on B.I the South Atlanta, Ga. are SUBSCRIBE ***. A. llard., b'St

ome, Rockledge, Fla 23Jau3mo I lot supplied with these good WebCmo

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taw:. of Conjugal ,Attraction: FLORIDA'S BUDGET and a fourth fare for the round trip. : h. .

The orange Belt road will sell en the same
Herman Fol,-one of the most eminent basis to all junction points on its line A judge, I Wc
living1 embryologists, while eta tog at Of'Newsy Notes and Pointed The Land N. will charge full faro going, who aid not
Jiict-the ilicca of,houeymooninliad and sell return tickets on certificate-. of predict needed any .

his attention attracted to the resemblances Paragraphs., attendance from secretary over its lines In dry up. woodchucks. 0a.
between young married couples.Fol the State And the Tavares,' Orlando and free use of

has already given convincing proof 'The oranges i in mad around Fruttland Atlantic and Savannah, Florida. and On think, often

'ot the phenomenal keenness Of his ob. Park: are about, all shipped, and the Western roads for one-f ourth faro. An away
scrratl faculty. He was the first stiotist orange groves are now looking forwardto ntercsting order of business has been time. had to leave
to precisely notice and accurately a large crop next year. Arranged. lie took me
describe the marvelous which t said, 'John,
processes An attachment has been wsuedfor Net Ao Bally Leh.' I
take place during the fertilization of'an "Because there a long list of bills' men than while I
$143,509 against Jnmes A. Waddell I, doing was three days.
*flrpf* business as John Wh te Bank, Key West, if especial interest to Florida 'loft over' former '
The popular notion that married people f in U the close of "writes The you are spry.
favor of the Western National Bank congress, Timer alludes of r--
end by resembling each other" was of New York. Uhion'i Washington correspondent I gone I went
shared by Pot, but his trained vision de- A It was
tected amongst crowds of young married With grippe and snow-drifts In the "it should not be supposed that Floridahas I in our

couples characteristics that led him to west, north and east, Florida tourists suffered more than her sister states.I whole of I can hoe -h

suppose a contrary proposition to be will hardly feel like risking a return just I here is not a state in the Union which with a f So

nearer the troth-they beg n by resembling yet. April and May are tho most silubri has not many bills among the list of to 6000 first day. \
each other. To put the 'matter to a oils months of tho whole Florida year. casualties so to speak, of the late ses and looked

clentfi6! test, he engaged in a serif's of D. H. Elliott, Banford, :Fla., general sion. Of the twenty thousand bills and A 'I believe H I IIIk \

observations and researches on the pho.togrsphs land agent associated railway land department joint resolutions introduced in congress, new can boa those

of young and old married of Florida, will mail free to any nly 10 per cent became laws. The Ivory, has I went and + ,1890.
couples, the results which he publishes In address an illustrated folder with map, other 90 per rent were, at the end of the JTe vsno waits
the Reout feientijiqut.( The followingtable giring much valuable information in rep Cession, either on the calendars of the being the out, and for inactive liver to do its work
gives his statistical conclusions gard to Florida's resource and capabilities. house and senate or resting quietly in made. twice as ,
himself all the diseases
Re- Non-Re- the p'geon-holes of the committees,, from One ciyi't: do it in exposes to
Cooples. semblance semblances. Total which th had not been that come from tainted blood.Don't .
The Grand Union Hotel Jacksonville y even taken to and father
Per Oert. Prr Cent. world die
Yona$15f; abont M AS<. AA, about 83 88. *. 1M was completely destroyed by fire several be reported To make an accurate ; whole days. wait I Languor and loss of
Old.V 88, about 7L70 15, about 28.30- 63 days asto. The total insurance on the comparison ntpthe number of bills ot local only one the third appetite warn you that graver ills

The vividly large percentage of physi building and furniture is about $SOOO in interest intioduccd, reported upon, passed years old, are close behind. You can keep

;similarities between ynung married foreign companies. The house cost $18- >r left unpasicd by way of relation with reach 76. he finally them from coming ; you can cure
couples is emphasized by the calculationthat 000 to build, the main part being built the various states, would be impossible A writer he has cer them if they've come-with Dr.

in marriages made at random-by about twenty-two years ago and additions i>ut it is safe to assert, however, that in then, and Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery.It's .
'chance-the number of resemblances erected since.AccordJng. jroportion to its membership no state in the human the child
would not amount to more than two In a the only blood and liver medi--
he Union had bills .
to the Tradesman's so many introduced, dating
quarterly in
hundred. nineteen >r a greater proportion of its local bills "I cine that's guaranteed, every case,
report phosphate mining pounds of
Amongst the nonycscmblances were companies have been organized in Florida nade laws than the state of Florida." "from Iron over BIt. to benefit or cure. Your money

included some very curious cases, where since January I, 1891, and during that Our New Quarantine Station. ing pointAn digestion, re- back if it doesn't. Thus, you only-

moo and wife, th' ugh quite dissimilar in in. period it is prolific that at least two The quarantine station on Mullet Key, malaria.. A pay for the good yon get. Can you
every other respect, yet common millions of dollars in outside money have which the United States government is scientist is ask more? It cleanses the system
'certain traits constituting an ugliness come into the state 'reeling for the of sweeten 1 blotches
leu ridiculous." Fol infers as purchase money purpose quarantining and cures pimples, erup
more or current '
for phosphate properties.A and disinfecting vessels<< arriving from and all skin and dis
from this an argument in favor of the '. ORCAT tions scalp
,idea that candidates for marriage do not large number of orange and vegetable ports infected by yellow fever, will, it isULld I bees, : flrst day's eases. Scrofulous affections, as

fear the particular, form of ugliness to Boardman growers of Orange Lake, McIntosh Hay, ]cost, at $30,000,which time and be all completed vessels from by the St.and. Pblla$1 .trial P*. fever sores, hip joint disease,
which their mirror accustoms them. and Micanopy, met Infected Tho beet swellings and tumors, yield to
at Ocala and named the following delegates or supposed to-be-infected ports on a weak
After from warning results against so hasty comparatively generali'zstlon to appear before the interstate rail- must anchor and be put through a thorough while in _its superior alterative properties.

road commission in Jacksonville disinfecting, microbe exterminating electric
Tot Invites other scientists to :
meagre, J. B. Marlin William Ilickson process. The fumigating will be ; rl:
follow the subject, and ""lfyor W. II. no injury ,'''.
= .
done .
ands by machinery. In the building on "r;
J. .
Kennedy II. Oaitckill and ,
, the tentative conclusion present
,modify following 1:1'm
the wharf the In .
sheltering engine which sour
their grievances' 6 !:iU"
he draws: !:!]
the is immense Iron pI
(1) .In the immense majority of mar- The work of grading the road-bed of supplies power feet, an or even in ;"r
fifty long by thirty feet : i
.rtagea of inclination," the contracting the Gainesville, Tallahassee and Western in circumference, within for have been l! II r =rw1a
,parties are attracted by similarities, and railroad is now fairly under way. Quite arranged = ,
tho reception of all kinds of merchandise covers ,, ,..
dissimilarities. a number of have been !! -,
,not'by men put to work "
on trays. The immense j :
(2) The resemblances between ailed and more are needed. connection with doors are suspended" upright pivoted of them A CO ,t i ::.
married couples is not a fact acquired by this road there was a rumor to the effect posts so they are easily opened and gram of GUL ...i :ill:
conjugal \\\l6.-Iletieui of Kttitwi. that enough iron bad already been ordered -
closed; coiled pipes almost line the'In.terior with a 6.3 c
to lay 150 miles of .track. Tallahassee of the boiler &
and are supplied by
Only a Dream.'A is rejoicing over the prospects of try air heated to a degree that is certain plied A1t X li
this new road. d ath and destruction complete ip o
to all disease J'" PEed
: young married couple lived very The Timet-Union says editorially: germs. Extending over the dock are phant. : JUff! TO. i11:

happily together. One morning, however ,"There is bound to be a large number of zinc pipes, ten inches in diameter, to It is .
the young woman was very morose bills presented to the legislature bearing ,, which are attached rubber-hose, which is rib
'at the breakfast table, and behaved in a upon the phosphate Industry in this state, carried into the bold of the vessel, the chemist WOMAN. P

most extraordinary way. The husband and as the subject is a new une comparatively batches closed and dry, hot air forced in making
'noted the change In her manner, but on in Florida, the greatest care must by the machinery already referred to. bas DOLLARS PER BOTTLE.
being questioned by him as to the cause be exercised in tho matter. :Mischievous The fact that a watchful eye stands ery with Female Disease and hid the best melted attention
.of it she! would hot give him satisfaction. legislation wilt retard the state's progressmore ready with the means at hand to preventthe and to let her try one bittlirof. lirail field'a Female liefiut-,
until he finally insisted on being told' than anything else, and the remedy spread of a fearful epidemic in case corn at once. Knowitx what I do of the crawly, I w' nld have it if

what wee thematter.. "Well," she said cannot be secure I in a day or a ;year" it approach"s our shores can be realizedin art of It cured my H.daughter D. FEATBERSTOIK.round and well Bprlnsfl-ld.afwr all Tenn.otter reme

at last, "jf I dream again that you have It has been definitely decided that a no way so forcibly snd convincinglyas from corn Co., Atlanta. On., for par Icularo. Sold by .
kissed another woman; I will not speakto winter resort will be established at Lake by a view of the sckntitfc preparationsthat --" -- --

you again, as long ss Hive."-Wasp. Worth. The Juno Beach Land company have been made by the general gov- and better

q recently incorporated, has invested ernment to meet and successfully combat now made. '

, The Smart Clerk. 130,000 In land at the Inlet upon whicha it :
large hotel will be 'erected and the remainder 'Fiber Experiment*.' Within

''Have offered for sale as cottage kites. D. C.. Sutton, director of the government /
he you asked any Iarge-sized'gentlemen'sgloved" The directors of the company are Chouncey sugar station nt Narcoossec, has the multiplied k.'r'j""i

1 ,'How sized M. Depew, Fred W.'Yanderbllt, U. following to say in favor of the location '
large- a gentleman inqir- is now
Walter Webb 0. Vanderbilt and President of fiber
ad'Ihe a experiment: station in Florida:
salesman, with a smile of frosty, for
Boston severity, Barton. "I am in receipt of a letter from Mr.

"Large eoQugh, I think, sir,'! repliedthe Recently the Georgia Midland has got Burnet Landreth of D. Landreth & Sons, foundries

customer, moving awy, "to walk control of the Columbus Southern, giving Philadelphia, Inclosing copies of letters the danger
"witbaut any help, to ,some other store it altogether 191 miles of road, with a forwarded by him to the lion. J. M. face and
where the clerks are not so classical.fett. .- good Florida connection at Albany Nowit Rusk, secretary of agriculture, on the
proposes to build into Atlanta from establishment of a fiber experiment station in hot
-------- :McDonough and connect with the in the state of Florida. Mr. Landreth faa fortable r

Manners for Boy Robinson system, over the Georgia" Caro man too well known to tho American *
line and Northern. It will probably cross public to need further introduction than !* A 4 I

In the street-Hat lifted when saying tho Georgia road between Atlanta, and the mere mention of his name. There is 4fSrX>SICJ .

"Qood-by."or "How do you dol" Also Deoatur and join the Georgia, Carolinaand no question but that he is eminently fitted lie has A

when oifcring-a lady a seat or acknowledging Northern at Clifton, three mrlea out, to carry out the work which he has pro- pier where 'e

a favor Bt Augustine has received from congress proposed, and it is to be sincerely hoped ing, and

Keep step with any one you walk with. during the past five years, the fol. that congress will place at his disposal the "How
Always precede a.lady upstairs, but ask lowing appropriations, which have beenor necessary funds to give a practical dem -
,::11 you shall precede her in going through are being expended among the industrious onstration of his ability in this line and of the men."I

a crowd Or public place., people of the state, principally in the adaptability of Florida to the various -
At the street door=Hat off the moment that city. fiber-producing plants. Mr. Landreth "Do of the constitution which is

you step in house or private office. Jot la., aot of August 14. 1898.$35,000 desires this matter placed before the peo- I That point discovered the
Let" lady pass first always, unless she Jetties, lot of September 19,1BJO....., 28,000 ple of Florida, that they may understand drown a spy
asks';you to pieced' her Survey of harbor, 18S7............... 380C the interest he is taking ia thrm and in "I on the outside. The enemy:, is the
In the parlor Stand till every hdv in Repairs of fort, act of July L8&1. ,...... S.OOC their state, and attract their attention and' "Well climate. If the cold in look
the room, also older people, are aeated. Repairs of fort, act of August, 18 iO .... 13,000 secure the assistance of our senators and gets out
me, he weak point. To avoid this shoot the
Rise if a lady enters the room after you Total......1.1..177.500 representatives to carry the project ,
are tested, and stand till sire takes a seat Our latest New York market is through congress when the bill is pro to strip using SCOTT'S EMULSION

Look people straight in the face whenthey as follows: The market continues report firm on posed. It is to be hoped that our senators "Are Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphites
,are speaking to you. will be ia their seats, at least when
fancy Ind an river which of the
oranges, are as the It is
this bill for cold
appropriation an experiment weapon. an expert
selling at $4 to $:I; other section brights, '
Hore Light Needed. 176s and 200s, $3 to $a.30; russets, $3.50 station in Florida comes before the senate. "Yes, the system against Consumption,
This matter should command the attention
-- to $3: ,75; large fruit moving slowly. of sensible man, for one- "Thot Debility, and all Anamic and Wasting
\a Strawberries 30 to 40 I cents every every Danny"
Prof. Koch's wide search for some- ; egg-plants,
the vast of fibers, in Children
thing to kill ,,consumption bacilli, be $8 to $10. Cabbage market is steady, at and appreciates to have tho importance.station locatedIn "It will ). Especially helpful for

found that light -ai as potent as cliemicals $i to $..GO; beans, $3 to $3.75; Florida Florida would proposed result in incalculable have it their: taking cold. Palatable as

that sunlight would kill them in a peas, $2.50 to $4. Large ripe tomatoes benefit to the people of the state. This can
few minute or hours, according to the wanted at $a.lSo to $4; new potatoes, station would be an object lesson, along and

thickness of their' bed and even ordinary $0.50 to $7.60. grand school and a vast storehouse- "Jerk is non-secret and U prescribed by the Medical Pro-
daylizht will exercise the same effect in The interstate commerce commission : Its Ingredient
valuable information, which would be th ro'* no are scientifically combined in such: a
from five to seven dsys. If we c innot met at Jacksonville on the 30tb, to hear disseminated throughout this and other their remedial value.

get daylight Into our lungs, we can let complaints of the orange and vegetable countries attracting attention far and ley that is put up in salmon-colored
more of it into our houses by having less grower of Florida against the railroad wide, giving FlorIda the precedent In and she by Scott&Bowne.Manufacturing wrapper Chemist,New-York tan and.

closed blinds.. and drawn ..curtains.Tk and steamship companies for excessive fiber, and a valuable industry which bite ov a
freight charges pa those products The would result in many millions of dollars. let a
.. BIW. .. Wall C..lUn." day was occupied in taking testimony in Then let our senators and representatives never
'And behold If tha plagu*be In th_wan the suit of the orange growers, which is take the proper steps to secure an appro The y P -VASELINEPOX '
.r tIM boua with kolfow streaks gr.eni.k brought by the Florida railroad commission priation to carry out this scheme ant let walked to I l
a tea &II.
priest shag
ro oat of the
gainst the Savannnh, Florida and and
IIoue0 tee door of the house and shut our peop'e newspaper urge upon looked
&b.boule Mv ndavt. And h. shlu Western Railway Company'et aL pray them the importance of prompt and earnest A Ogg.DOLLaabll.l..a5., hr -:=
"_the h''. toUrpe -
abont and they shall poor out the dust thai on oraigea from Jacksonville to New away. loll/
they crap.oa without the city into aa no- York and other eastern points and ask. Road. ; Oaet-.ot.... VtMUaa :tea
clean place." Alabama's New "Ef I oil sw.e..a bail,a v_r.o.d*
ing that thh rate be lowered from 40 to : M
TWs matter looking to the sanitary na- bad a en.<..k.W VaMlloe aoeaor too
tare of wall ooagngs seems to be oonUdtreJ 25 cents per box. The last general assembly of Alabama ig.Cafc.of.. 'V.'_..||,,..o,"'. 11 :
Danny. ''' ,
a f1
Ta. !! Market. the of :
for a
$9,000 survey .
of much importaao of lata. A supplement appropriated e.awwa.w.u..W WtM. "-"-. LOrar.rre
to the Michigan State Board of Health Tho Orange and Vegetable Auction railroad to connect the waters of the Ten- getUI1' me -

loons wall and ka1 coo- company reports as follows: Fancy fruit Lessee river with the gulf of Mexico. band wid ?___."'*,..wtfol .*tit prim
paper for _
oa n. walla. $2.1S0 to $3.00 and Indian river .
brings Ex-Governor Seay, State Senator John T. Irrm niil n nni tfrr.nlm
and recommend Alabastlne York Sun. or,r.. __
as being sanltary -, stock more. Good b'ighU in best Milner and ex-Senator R. T. Simpsonwere : wits
pure, porous permanent economical .=;
counts $3.30 to $2.8J, mixed lots running commission to locate MW
sppointed ...
t; .
and beautiful "A C.: ** sass. ra.,14 *
well as to abe $3.03 to $3-4'' mixed lots the route and have the survey made. At
To each of th* first flr. persons lu'n1'7 with quite some big fruit $1.73 to $2.00 a nice log of the a'.mmiseioa in Birmingham The KING
tty and torn\; who writ tbs AlabwUa Straight lines Of big fruit lower Rusnts Wednesday it was decide to make Grey is. COTTON

Company Orand Rapids, Michigan tfvtacth unless very dark, sell as well as the survey between Florence and Mobile, phrase Boy or sell your Cotton ei
chapter containing the above pus. bright Drops and culls, when bright gong through the Warrior coal fields,
ag*ot scripture will be sent aa order on the and handsome, sold well, one lot of culls from north to south..*n
aba tine deals*in the town for package reaching $3.00, (They do not quota this following counties: "Co bert, Fraakhm, England MOT CHEAPEST BUT BEST.
,AlabaUlM enough to cover fifty squire class of fruit) Navats. solo from $3.11to Walker Jefferson, Tuscaloosa Picken after the ia $ 6 U Tot terms add...

rards of ..U two coat*, tinted or whit. $460, and grape, fruit from $3.80 to lisle, Marengo, Clarke, Washington and t J05ZS OX BIBGHAMTOJS,
To test a wall coating, take a small o/oan- $I.' In view of present good priceyand M .Llie. the period BINGHAMTON N. Y.
the deterioration of the fruit the _r July 19,
ltv of it, tali equal quantity of boiling on \ .
'ter, ul U U duel not set", whq Wtiu -trees this company advise shippers to A Wicked Marshal. the crown
end SjEEDSS.r
fa their fruU.State .
dish over night, and finally fco1,kton In the .

.cement without khrinkiag, it i*a kale M4lcl J *eWtr. Robert Bartlett,town marshal of Piieat- halt. A 5.13
nnua\ 5
*, and dependant The eighteenth tension of the vile Kv. Infatuated with the NEW .ede : .toss.
upon glue to hold U to being A...,,.. 'ilia.. _
wall the feature Florid Medical society will be held wife of Dr. a "Thus we U. ., Rod "_ JSSiSSiSrM 11._
tronjly objected to young Qontri prominent .,;. !". .....kJuk.w..L.e.a...
Unitarians.Continuing in PenaaooU April 14,15 and 18 These physician there, shot her through the nt that Bnm.. JIN4r w.ttap.n 4 ToJl._4a. Od Gar, 0.......__,
ions will be held fonrU'dc14 th./saws.B.naaoa ,.u.r1')1.ULI
+ at the EscamUt o-.u
or th 7)ibase this sanitary office bow w waU-coatiag bean .. hotel. The following rate have been not bnast elope Monday wits night him. because Mrs. Conch aha,would will from Its .............DJ&.aA ',' &t,'U k:::::,&.. U.BAGGrG .

*tat with Aja'-'lea n. efteeS"Bioalv arranged on the railroads? Over the die. He fired two shots at }[. 0, Hunt rise to the .......Teak
Florida Central and PeolnsuUr, and Silver sad wife and Bartlett is. A nine IlvPistfhet
..4 th. escaped genuin
roonaa*r.v.ry..... and Ocala and GAlf roads for
Springs, '
desperado i I Rcoublie. ..-.s.-- a oa6..... u ...-...1akrsK .
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AiL ij'CE'LIS: To, 3ftinierA\pt. I"JtJie.FatvmatFar'mps' SOUTHERN BRIEIj CelW'f. I Purify Your Blood

Alliance and Inatttirial Catot. He (at 11:45 p. m.-Now, 1 am going
In with" instructions fiom lo wind .
implianre 'fi up my remarks- .
:NEWS OF THE, ORDER FROM the National Legislative Council of the ; She-Please don't wind them Up again. Ot an aeawna ot the year this. to emphatically HoodSenaparDUk. M worthy.. favorable east tere'
dose mast peopr
... 18
wklea to forth great good '
la *
National Farmers'Alliance and Industrial!. DAILY OCCURRENCES IN THE They dou't seem to need it.. roe OM pertly your blood '
ALL on.II a ewtIIIa bale!to winter air whfchb .r. ta rout ewe town ere among ,yoee ps1Sdfronds
SECTIONS. Union, I present herewith a plan for the SUNNY SOUTHLAND ; hnattl and beneflalal,and the lost of which when 'he test m ory win bring 10 your. *>....
organization of a lecture throughout T.AMM needing a tonuv or children who "tttek t h"* world tt Boe4- ,
system went' building up, should take Brown'i Iroa milder weather comes lathe prlac makes W feel wen known people who
i our entire order, which was adoptedby pitt r*. It I, drasnttotale. corn MAiart l dull,tired and N"It .,
items of Interest to Alliance the council at its meeting In the city Curtailed Into In eating: and IndlKMUon.niliouMims\ _and Uvtr. Coroplftinta "Played .Out." Is Invaluable.*' i
mike rich and
men Everywhere. of Washington, Feb. 4th, 1891. tile .woG pars.The VMfcte thla, our else. etmflnement Moon n have wed Beads aanaparilla hi my farnOr'
I was further instructed to designate Newsy Paragraphs. KatiMft legislator h4 U5 farmer and breathing air charged with Impurities, eonUmlatee for the put four years, and for thorough blood)
-- the date on which the first meetings ol -- only three lawyer our blood and makes liable the apperaneof partner It has ao ......... It fa htnloabl ore aytprlng n

The rejiresonU'ives; of the varioufarmers' the County and I I.istrietLegislatlveCoun.Bile { The remaining Italian prisoners In the unexpected dtse.M.Therefore medlomei It Invigorates t5* whole, system
should bo of the New Orleans jail have been released. Iiswkes' flJtnlarlu. the ecearity of purifying the blood, and tone ap the stomach, and Mac t breams
alliances held.
in the held All lecturers
county a TV reputation of tnem flee gUiwe I tll not of and therefore the popularity at this eeaaoa of acquainted with Hood's Barsapartlla t always take
c Jnwtinff; at Opehka, Ala and clowd a subordinate bodies of our order, togetherwith Governor Markham, of California, has heap or
trade for .thfo purchase of the Ren fro the county lecturers of their respective signed the bill making train wrecking rotative, and mm warmly of the l'rat-f'd United by tho 8IMM.! nollil repro Snch: strengthening medicine. If you hare serer taken *, the rest of the ,..,.." ,r.. V. Qtuu, v ;J

warehouse in that city. The consideration counties, will meet at the same time punishable by diath. men I'f'romml'n.'bem ** $ nntor-elect Jno. noon Sanaparllla,try tt this. tprlng. Anrella, Iowa

p rid WM $0,600, The alliances hare and place at which their county meeting! The trial of Mrs. McKee for the murder n. Otmlon Ki-Uor. Fltnlmiih I**, t ov. K. \D.V.NV Scrofula Sores. In the Eyes. ,

,been Jessing their warehouse for several is held in the month of ApriL All of Mrs. Wimpee was begun at Rome, D J limn Bishop I of West Alex Va W.,Grew Iwv. ,11.Chunrellor(i MnrrUon.t,nl- Warn my boy was, two yean old he waaattacked "., llttie girl's eye became to pore ewng..*.*. 'x,

Jews, and it hue paid a handsome. diyi county lecturers will meet on Wednesday, 'Ga. Monday morning. verity of the llwtbiOov. 11. H. Halitani, bxlitlnistertoJapan and suffered a long time with scrofula humor In the blood that we were afraid r
ttf her ta
Judge Hmon P. Hughee, would lose her eyesight and had keep s
dead. the 6th of : within ; The physician at length told us lo give
next at such sores. '
May place
y John McNab's bank at Eufaula, Ala., of ArXaiwin and many hundred of others. which did. Two dark room for six week W* tried ...,.....
blur Bood'i Banaparflla we
their districts '
see respective congressional aa 1 hmt" famous pertwlm are told In nearly did her aa/ good
of bat nothing
eould think
made an assignment Tuesday. The assets every town from Maryland to New Mertco.: bottles eared bin,. Re to now 10 yean old and has we
Thercjcrtof Secretary Stromberg of may be designated; by the State president, and liabilities are unknown. Cat! for lla' 'keV. Take no others. Every pair not had any sign of orofale 11_ We reeom until we tried Bond's anaparUla. Her eye a*,
for the purpose of electing a lecturer for warranted once began to get better,and now aba to eBttnrfweu .c
theMinnesuti: mead Hood's Haruparllla neighbor andfrlends.'VTXM.
Farmers' Alliance shows be- _
The strike on the East Tennessee als'MMrtas". ..
their districts It Is
respective congressional K. C. Currca, I Kldder Street, We think a tery
4 that the organization is making the lame and for the transaction of such other gan Sunday at the yards in Atlanta. Thd '100 Reward. SI 00. Oereland Ohio. B.OratoK,Henalker",N.B.I -

phcnomental growth aelastseat. More business as may come before them. brakemen and firemen are contending for learn The reader of this paper will be pleased to "I bare for a long time been using Hood's Svnaparllla take Rood's Sanaparma ai at sprint tok. %
dreaded dlmaae
than 11,000 members have been enrolled The presidents of the States will at the standard rate of wages. that science that there has Is been all..l able one to rare In ..U its and heller. *me, t would not be without It, and recommend It to all who Sass. that tired tees PIns.
since the election in November, and to the The national real estate which eta and that la rateirh. llall'H Catarrh A* a spring medicine It la loulll.hl..L A. a pAiwsun, W* Bridge ... Brooklyn,H.T* "'t
Stromberu says aix or seven sub-aJliancea once designate county legislative congress, Cure lathe only poaUlre cure now known tou..1'1.1 RaoDtm, lore Ontario Street,Chicago, 10. 1'." B*ran to gt Rood's.Hood's flop
councils the place at which the district has been in session at Birmingham, Alai fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional
re being organized weekly. The preset legislative councils respectively, will adjourned Tuesday to meet on the 10th. dlma e. requires a ronfttltnltonaltreatment. .
number of Hail's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally
total lodges is 1,315, with a meet on the 6th of May next, and will of next November at Nashville; Tcnn. ,exiting directly upon the blood and Sarsaparma

membership of Ci2, 00. also indicate to the district councils at The failure of Falk & Son, at Savannah : mucous surfaces of Die system,thereby destroying ,

/ .% their meeting, the place and date at what has l been followed by that of their i giTing the the 1'.U"nl.trNIcth foundation of by the disease, and the Bold by an dragglsta SI, six:for t!. Prepared only Sold by an drugglata, git six for tL Iteparedomt* yfr
I ,war
the State legislative council will meet. constitution and assisting nature In doing Ito L)C. a CO. Lowell, Mas } by C.L HOOD a
TPB ALLIANCE L'f :NEW TQRK. New York house, Falk Brothers & Com- HiV
will work. The proprietors have an ranch faitIn 100 Doses Ono Dollar 1 100 Doses One DollarA.iiD
President Polk, of the National Farm Believing; that the plan adopted pany. Liabilities, $170,000. The assets Its curative powers that they offer One Hun

I ers' Alliance, has issued a prl clam at Ion prove an efficient and powerful auxiliary will pay all claims.A bend Dollars for list of for testimonials.any t'an that AddressF. it falls to curs .,..... CURE Biliousness "

atatlng that New York will be of- in our work, as a great and active educational court Toledo 0. ,
State decree of the Birmingham city J.CnitNBV: Co., ,
fioially organized April 22d. 'The ceremony agency, the national legislative was rendered Tuesday, ordering the sale tar Sold by Druggists 7\(. a Sick Headache, k .

will take place at some point in the council cordially and earnestly brotherhood recommend of the MIry Pratt furnace, which has Meaty!. ,.. ...,a....

central part of the State, and It is said it to the entire been recently thrown into the hands of a Tell Mrs Wells that her or any Industriousperson TbJs Picture,Panel stse mailed for 4 cents. Malaria. s
that one hundred or more local Alliances throughout the United States for receiver. A half million dollars is in- can make )sell awoek, lathe platlncbnslne't. '-
diate adoption. It is commended as a For particulars nddren Ihs lk J. F. SMITH & CO.,
will be represented. The Alliance officers vo.voo. Flectrlo Co.. Ltn:. lewood,116 A Plater cost _
(( **
affirm that New York farmers have been means for securing that unity of action f L I am working now and know there .Is Makers of "Bile Deans, JULLJEAMS.U I r

joining the order by thousands within and uniform co-operation which is absolutely States The, on supreme Monday court refused of to the grant United the ; money In the bualoeaa.II 255 fc 237..Greenwich St. N. Y. C1l1. .

the pant few months. The Farmers' essential to the success of our a(flirted I with sore eyeenae! Dr. Jesse Thomp.
application for a writ of habeas corpus ron**o-water.Urngtrista soil at23o' per bottle.
League having its headquarter at Let us all resolve that the year 1801 in a somewhat celebrated murder case ofDick I Have You Cough ?
Springfield, Mass. outnumbered the Alliance a
shall be distinguished above all tho Duncan. McCall, sheriff of Bexar ,
in New York State membership
until lately but most ef the members of years of our history for vigorous, active! county, state of Texas. I
the successful wotk. Let our great order be A special of, !Saturday: from Martins- yii'Poff ?
League have now joined the Alliance Have You Cold a
as welL The Citizens' Alliance, the new thoroughly assigned on the principleswe burg lies W. Va., says the worst snowstorm I a
have enumerated, and assured victorywill that ever occurred in that section of 1
political organization which the
be Select the members best the has censed. It lasted
ours. country just i
Alliance at ts in is also to be introduced :
politics, and district hours and it is that ?
in both cities and rural districts qualified in subordinate county forty-eight supposed 1 Or Consumption
1' ,In the bodies for this important and responsible about six feet of snow has faUen.
State. Branches will be organized
in New York city within a few weeks. work. Dispatches of Saturday from Winchester I of" A
x Have this plan read and discussad in Va., say that snow has been Taylor's Cherokee Remedy
every organization belonging to our order, falling there for thirty-eight hours and

TUB ALLIANCE: IX: :NEW ENGLAND. Let the watchword be: "Forward," has reached a depth of over two feet and

The Boston Adtertiter has heretofore pass along the lines L. L. Potty in some places nearly three feet. Country Sweet Gum and Mullein a'

ridiculed he farmers' movement and refused President N. F. A. and I. U'. roads are impassible.: It is the

to recognize its strength and ,importancc. -- severest storm for thirty years.

14 It has made light of the Alliance ITALY' DISSATISFIED.Her A dispatch of Saturday from Asheville, j WILL CURE YOU!

in the south end west, and predicted N. 0., : Two disastrous landslides _
says << .
- ( that the order would not result in good Minister Recalled From have occurred on the Spaitanburg branch : Ask your Druggist or Merchant for It. Tako nothing else.

f to the country. But now that it has entered Washington.A of the Richmond and Danville railway, ONE: BNJOYSBoth : ,''

the gates of New England, it seems Washington dispatch says: With an and through traffic has been discontinued. the method and, results when PIMO'/t/ !UKMUUV' t. Iti'lli'f Hilt Is Iminodwu DATA tiUI.-lkt.. A cure la Easiest cor&ll1n.II'to Sue

a formidable affa r, which will not downat official note dated March 31st, Baron The track is coveted to a depth of forty Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasantand Cold In tile Head li line no equal '

the bidding of a newspaper, buts .?uva. Italian minister, has declaredto feet for a distance of a quarter of a mile. refreshing to the taste, and acts tiA

w' threatens to become epidemic on quarantined ; the seeret..ryof state that the An Odd Fellows' lodge, orgnnJKed at gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys, A -m kits

ground. It has gained the recognition United States government, not having South Boston, Va., Tuesday, selected the Liver and Dowels, cleanse. the system

it deserves, and here it is in TheAdeertiter3 given nssurrnces! that the murderers of name "Grady" lodge without a dissenting effectually, dispels colds, headaches Is an Ointment of which a small nnrtlnki Is aprlled to the
own words: "No one will the Italian subjects acquitted by American voice. The lodge is chartered and fevers and habitual nostrils. Irleeaka'\ Wddbyderfal.horsent hqyn ail.AddrAddress. i
.. deny that the gentlemen who have seen cures li. T, HAJKLTINK, Warren Pa
magistrates and murdered in prison "Orady" lodge, No. 14, IndependentOrder of is. the -
constipation. Syrup
.. fit to inaugurate the Farmers' Alliance while under the immediate protection of of Odd Fellows.) Some beautiful IF YOU WANT A
_ only! remedy of its kind ever produced ,
movement in New England are men of
the authorities of New Orleans, would be remarks were made in honor of tho lamented PIANO
who pleasing to the taste and acceptable ,
considerable mental power and men Brought to justice, the Italian eevcrn- Henry W. Grady
are thoroughly in earnest. They are at meet has found itself under the to tile stomach, prompt in
>> least entitled to a respectful hearing, and painful necessity of showing openly very its Governor Buchanan, of Tennessee, on its action and truly: benencuu Ford of
can speak for themselves. They dissatisfaction by' recalling: the minister Saturday, appolncd be commissioner George W. of labor, effects, prepared only from the most 100-PAGE CATALOGUE FREE
Knoxville to
factor in Amerijj substances its
represent an important of his mnjcsty from a country healthy and agreeable ,
and senate
und inspector of mines, the Information. We
of and their influence commend li giving valuable
jj can politics to-day, where the Italian representative is many excellent qualities
Ford is
?in the belt congress will be evident in unable to Obtain justice The baron confirmed the of appoinmcnt.Knoxville and Mr. to all and have made it the most make It easy to deal with US
shoemaker Our
a secretaryof WHEREVER YOU prlO
the legislation; whUth that
congress will soon leave the United States, the Central labor union Knights of popular remedy known. MOST REASONABLE for
; acts. Their visit to ,New England, leaving the secretary of the legation in Labor and Farmers' and Laborers' Un'on.' syrup of Figs is for sale in GOo strictly FIRST-CLASS PIANOS. WK

eherefore, is certainly an event worthy charge only of current affairs. This action and $1 bottles all leading, drug
:\ be its results. Plans for the Southern Interstate Exposition by PAYMENTS. '
lot notice whatever may by the Italian government caused the reliable druggist who SELL ON EASY
much the east condemn the building at Raleigh N. 0., have gists. Any
may in official circles
deepest surprise hand will We take OLD PIANOS In Exchange
not have it on procure ,
decided The Imilding will
been may
of Farm-
the on.
objectionable propaganda
when tho' f ict became known. It had '' who EVEN THOUGH YOU LIVE TWO
:: era' Alliance, it will not do to dependupon been generally supposed that the Italian have about 900 feet front. Everything it promptly for any one THOUSAND MILES AWAY. We guarantee

ignoring or ridiculing those doc- government would at least await the oc- will be under one roof. The exposition wishes to try It Do not accept any attraction, or Piano to, be

trines. They must be met fairly as living ion of the ,New Orleans grand jury, begins June 1st and ends December 1st. substitute returned to ua AT OUR EXPENSE for,

i issues, and must be defeated by argument which is charged with an investigation of Notices are being received by its man- CALIFORNIA FIO SYRUP COL8AH RAILWAY FREIGHTS BOTH WAYS. ;

and common effort the the New Orleans agement of largo exhibits which are
bloody episode at OHL
fHAHCiaCO. : '
It indisputable that the coming congress jl1l1. It appears, however, that the infor- being prepared. LOUISVILLE gr. HCW rest ..r- ,.

i : is mnch more friendly towards the natinn received from its representatives 'At Chattanooga on Tuesday P. -[ CRBAM BALM-rleansea' the N.ea1" -

'. Alliance programme than was its predecessor must have led that government to the Richardson secured an injunction againstthe Pas.a...s.Allays rain .u and it is still the Nu... 1'-"' ... est* and Bin.ll, an. (I....
$ an open quetion conclusion that the grand jury investiga- Lookout Mountain Company et al.,
': whether the fifty-third congress will not tlon would fail to result in the pjni-h- prohibiting them from transferring the "AugustFlower" StARRfl

adopt that programme. It is very evident meet, or even indictment, of any person property to the Jere Baxter syndicate. t Illls R ..t<,

'"1 therefore, that the gentlemen who connected with the killing of the Italians. This is a $1,000,000 deal in Lookout.

:. spoke yesterday at Concord, N. II., as The officers of the company say bond will .
tllvrs l tel a ra once tar o n ea. V'
representatives of the Farmers' Alliance MUST POST RATES. be given and the salo will be made all Jm/y t.o tk, HottHlt.-It i* Ou
0/;, movement represent no contemptiblenor right in a few day. GOG.-lnulli..IU_ _. bj Mil. SLY UltOa.,at Wanes Uk,M. T. .

insignificant party. They are neither A Decision of the Interstate Post office inspectors arrested, at Blum, % CHiOHiirtirt [MOUIH. Bra Cou -|R|DIAHOHO BQ

fools'nor madmen, but are shrewd, capable Commerce Commission.The Texas, Tuesday, Pinkney A. rndsley, For two years I suffered terribly Vtun\RONR\x rxistt \

and prominent in their party. interstate commerce commission, late postmaster at Walnut Grove, Ala., with stomach trouble, and was for
....., _. ... .... '
ass who absconded about month after oaiamai OISIWINI. TM ly > iunila
In session at Washington on Moncliy, announced a ago all that time under treatment by a # ,
/UJIu. > UmcrlM M OUM'Mr' MuH** IIIUI.TIMHMMI. 1. B.4 U4 W4 '* -
I'ir = r"
G WHAJ ,utA1LS THINKS. its decision in the case of the embezzling postal money order funds to' physician. He finally, after trying r: All w1,III. __Mere. ,Tskee.Mkw'p1.._.:.....,..._..... .......,.. Al Gt.m".Rw- ....-
of Kansas New Orleans cotton exchange against the the amount of $1,732; also Martin said stomach about '1:6 /,.,. w... ... _...... ......_ ... "w.JI.' r.r ....,_ r ease, M swa ......
Ex-Senator John J. Ingalls, everything, was 1 I.... .111olo.. Jr_,...,. ewesMIOa e"O_
who was defeated for the senator hip by Louisville New Orleans and Itx-s Rail- Walker, postmaster at Warrior, Ala., for worn out, and that I would have to hid 10. aU .a-I. ......... ..Rlo..auUol'tuA._ .......
w -
Allianceman in an interview has the road Company, in IIn opinion by Com- embezzling $500: of money order funds. -
an cease eating solid food for a time at
released bond.
missioner Morrison. was Walker was on $1,000
following to say regarding the Alliance least. I was so weak that I could 3.00
movement: made that the railway company violate R. F. Walker, postmaster at Warrior, tae "
"This movement is building greater the act to regulate commerce by charg-: Ala., and his partner, John Denley, were not work. Finally on the recommendation 0 ,' ., A"", j: *Zoo [f
of friend who bad used
I than the majority of people in the eastern log higher rates on cotton from Memphisand arrested Monday, charged with convert- a 4 !' i.
slope are willing to admit. It presents other points in Tennessee and !t'Sslllippl Ing $230 of poatoffice money orders to the your preparationsA t DiES '

one of the most interesting political problems to New Orleans than it charges on Briu' use. They were arraigned before worn-out with beneficial results -

of the age. Here, in the east, where cotton intended for export and shipped Uunited States;; Commissioner Hunter and I procured a

industries and employments are diversified i- from the same points to Southport. La., the latter give bocd. Dunley was this Stomach. bottle of August {\2.00

its progresses not appreciated, and within the port of New Or cans, and the charged. Both men stand high in their Flower, and com $ 5.GEN1t' e

the strength it is gaining is not understood rates charged by it on both domestic and community, and the arrest caused much menced using it. It seemed to do I t 0, Ion

In the west, a purely agricultural expert cotton shipment are not posted in excitementThe I in
at gained
me good once.
section, it has taken a deep hold on the lit depots, stations and offices in New forty-seventh general assembly of .1.75
Orleans. Since the hearing the railway strength and flesh rapidly; my appetite -
public mind, and the evolution of the Tennessee adjourned Monday In the '
matched company: has equalized rates on cotton tots became good, and I sufferedno fltISS'b
movement is closely by our deepest house the republicans and a number of
thinkers and political economists. terminal stations in New Orleans, and democrats filibustered all the morning bad effects from what I ate. I

Thrse.!armers have concluded that there therefore,, no order directing it to do sos and succeeded in defeating the redistrii ting feel now like a new man, and consider

are wrongs-existing that need adjustment necessary; but an order will be issued bilL The constitution is mandatory, that August Flower has entirely

The growth of the organization ia not reqftiiing it to post in its terminal stations and says the state shall be redistricted cured me of Dyspepsia in its

ethereal or spontaneous, but has come at New Orleans, in convenient form every ten years, so that it seem probablethat worst form. JAMES li. DSDERICK, W.
with a strong undercurrent of reason that Tor public inspection the rates in force an extra session will have to be New York. L. DOUGLAS
land it on a between its New Orleans termini and Nsw ..fL.. or ran ('........ we bar laIsry.
called. '
will ultimately which will stations in Tennessee and Mississippi as W.. B. Utsey St. George's, S. C., variety,as w.U.* the Uteet deelsus ut 83 'SHOE "CENf&JUI&pa.
solid futttfdation Inquiry was made of the state superintendent writes ace.rt Uesnlee) li ee an .i.sae ......
I used
all the efforts of political well as freight for export as on that of instructions : your August the matter of precious stop oar stock w : Irk dew ttoe wstok eci BnsiilS4. .resit.
defy Of the Want- which is not public at ,Flower Dyspepsia and find it an .. without a parallel la I be Huutb. Ikmttlilok .. .. .1&. A (. ....r
agitators to shake course, Raleigh, on Tuesday as- to whether anyproposals of buying without aeeInK our stork. w. 4 *ea&il.d.fur' style sad rakS1 .
ant demagogue- whose claims are un- After the Directors. bad been made by towns for excellent remedy. 9 are the only nwrcbaata IB Atlanta In our. J.line. 'fj.j&tf/ u... ...,_* wad at ... alasaanl dresseeaU
who import noodsdlrM-tlir from Kurope. 1' 5 OiNW
reasonable aod untenable, will not be the the location of the recently establishedstate $Hterens Ilro.. 47 Whitehall tot, Atlanta.Li.. C'e.Ce r..........eke. -p.oray ...$. ..
ones to this movement to the success The director of 'the New York New normal and industrial school for &Dd for e.talien.. rMWM ass MVW.. VMfc
carry I *U......!.Coufrmm, ditto.... lira
I look for it to reach. You will find Haven and Hartford Railway company white girls. It was found that propositions ''... ,sefa4l_.........,...........114....

however, that with the force behind it, were indicted Tuesday by the grand juryof have thus far been made by Marion, Every Fartneriiis awn RooferCHEAPER S9-A..14*,Jar,**..f-.talus. bas.eed.

j and with'even partial success, these agitators the New York court of general sessions fligh Point, Durham, Thomasville and ,.wre and preaWs to.b.eonwe'e' ...-ler
will be forced to give way to the for misdemeanor in connection with tho Guilford colleges. Marion offers $12,000. ttts Shiap/ /see, TIs d r Slate.Be4 I 'rtawaw.i..Ieaftr r_I..euelieaee 4lM Wrwtra.kl.eseiii ;

p.nd the leadership .... IKSI7KAMCK. sad ferfeeUf ........irwreateS sea a.4 wee, ess
more conservative element fatal collision in Fourth avenue tunnel and will increase this to $17,000.
.......... U.4'eniM4 lw>el seW euaot uuole .
will be Assumed by men impelled feel- on February 20>h lost, whereby there The Marietta aDd North Georgia strike E'rKS PAINCT.JMOumts Fire Wator and Wind Proof.sTa.ROOPING ::;:.-r:sew, "'-' I'sivsM ,.k. esT '
alone by philanthropic or patriotic six lives lost Chauncey Depewwas
were was settled Saturday. And the engineers AODITION AN I W.Ll>UuuLAa..a.k.a.Mat..
ings, and whose counsel can safely be admitted to bail in 13,000. Corne and firemen who left the road March 10th P EQUAL PAATOrelt Ae W #. ANTKU-- ..>bee d..I.eIs frNf .ll,.a>4lewaa
that it will *._c..l.<;i.taka eac7_....
with the became his bondsman. : $ UJiovaa
assurance 5J
followed lius Vanderbilt last alit return to work. So will the J5J. NAa1N000sTPsQa. rCORRUGATCDsu '! .- paps. ...,

lead to tangible results. The adjustment Tb remaining eleven are expected to members of the brotherhood! committee rlsco i/i 7348 PAPERS S1tI..ctUJ. f..Ulastr.i.sal.g.. ,,,_? ? d'I.
of the tariff,, the expansion of theY I come forward in good season and furnish who presented the grievances ot Uu ; Coiafme MOBCT

circulating medium,' and other measures security for their appearance at the triaL engineer to the receiver, Mr. Glover. EDL HUNTLEY'S YtD:' :- "II, .O.II&,oneq.a b dw AGNTS I *pft
the absence of which farmers un Vela MIS c
thinking Two officers of the. road were placed Receiver Glover bad a conference with
stsWacthiS). Wkr..- ,aud- i N >i rfWKitH.Vc
believe underlie the stagnation that now der bond to appear. witness against Assistant Chief Youogson.. Brta gentlemen pre_estrenel'.e..... res.3w..sae -..,_T.err,JM m !.....,.,. A nw

tfflieta iJunf mill be t advocated bj the the directors.M_ __. manifested quite a conservative ..rtea"w.t e.sdrIm...... 0. I. readlr tonal 1E lbs ..11"'j .f.I..4L.w MT. .-,..:J.2.'t"-:V.M-_
m n ... Vs *Ut nn>we te St e 4 picas yes it hsdsg t hestj of mind* in the 'movement in such a W aet See, .... ........_ .
and in less than a half hour a ans.7. a.M see ma. .r ..u, s.m sea e.e us s ylid St a' 0." .1' A..H'trW, -
way a fo' with them popular The Dog: Died. spirit complete .... a.e.. .... waist a.y ft_s., std ran wet. Ye.a f.roer 1c. & >rtw.retati.AdA.hPENSION
carry a strong understanding .as reached, ..W: .3 I..U. I.* pmsre r----tt SITS teiSl.rerl..a. AYLCT*
feeling, awl alto -'. - euaa4
tar U tas ft an.U
5 ... A young man named Burton residing LL....-....c-....t. -se*- .. *.......>... ..'...... -S-b r
.BO.: L. HLMTLCtara. .co- & home wlUu>
TUB LWTUAa STBTEK. ia Edgefleld county and, B. C.the, attempted lest of the to Axis cur DO IT. sa4..s.1S.L- ..-r ui U+Sta&M UPI::U: MIID4Wb:t D jok ol per>, _.... ._ ate _

A plan fur the organization of a lecture poisou his mother morning by dosing this Gold bags (looking out at the t nementa ooLllr.M. alyde.rsse:;..r su t.:c:. se ." "':":'I: ,

system has been formulated, by Pr,Ii, family breakfast Friday with strkhnine., The mother. )-. 1aI1 I It must be very bard Ube EPILEPSY or FITSarl.h'wws' & ..*.OOoe HUH WWUilwJl la" -- ,:-... ..';.;...

deal Polk and sent out in the form of a H..Uh P'A'YEN ",,,,,.
and tried -
suspected something wrong, .'. Herbal Bes e4r.1M w...... .
BaIiOO I --
circular letter, to the Alliances for their breakfast a dog before serving it. Wentmab-On the contrary. It's cut ..T_ 1llli1lllL1 ..... for .
twnbi3eratioa. The letter i*M follows S The the dog died. to be poor.-f.American Grocer. (. dts1 4 J:., : 1b.1 kla G"m J."wwm. I 5. V... .... ..... .:....; ....,;;,..., 'iw


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8 Tng ,EAST. 'COAST. 1OdA1J FRIDA"1 APR. 10, 18 91. .


filled to last night with Admiring .
Gallie. overflowing '
Eau ,
friends and relatives, assembled :t 'Cj': NEGLIGEE SHIRTS
to witness the marrage of Mr. Frank, E. -. 1rJ' g.

We may go through the world, but'twillbe Brown, of Titusvllle, and Miss Mary L. m maS i3s.. q 'W'of ANbwi1mS0
slow McKenzie, which occurred at 7:30 o' ;
very r= M'tM
If we listen to all that Is said as we go; clock, Rev. Mr. Dowell officiating. M 6'glll R.
We'll be worried and fretted and kept In While awaiting the arrival of the bridal ... O = TXES,
.., S'
/ ''' "' =::
a stew couple, the guests inspected the floral 11 SU.!IEI. tlh t b M Mr Are the Proper Thing for Gentlemen to Wear this Weather
have nil in the
for meddlesome tongues must decorations, which were tastef
o : fn
something to do. extreme. Flowers now so abundantfiU- 'g. [ r
For "People will talk." ed every available space. From a floral ::z: 0 WE HAVE THEM
arch across the altar swung a large wed- i 8 ;; r 5 !
The St. Lucle and St. Sebastian made lilies -
their termini At Ean Gallie for the first ding bell composed of fragrant 'tt1..O g i; ij i"Ire. Ed J
roses and jessamine, on either side C O flI .
time, Tuesday evening. of which were the Initials of the bridal g. 0 Q_ p m Aso'I Also Black Satin Suspenders I
If quiet and modest, 'twill then be presumed couple, also of white flowers and green ;: ; c. (II .'1. ,
leaves. Garlands of ivy vines cut off the == : cD ..fJ) 4f ifir riNtfm \
'That your humble position Is only assumed seats reserved for the guests and bunches i'-w White Satin Lining, at One Dollar.

; of roses covered the pulpit. H : rtaA'g, to -w' H H -
Tou're a wolf In sheeps clothln or else As the strains of the wedding march w The finest Thing Out
you're a fool. floated from the fingers of Miss Haddock, 5 ; 1 rt Pih l f fO H
But don't get excited, keep perfectlycool Rev. Mr. Dowell rose to meet the approaching e : g

For, "People will talk."- Norwood bridal and Miss party Alice, consisting Powell of, Mr Dr., .i C1 P g' ;' & =.. (i, t2> :: t'; :r IIm Ii.. r'r 'g.gfI1 Ei S CLOTHING OF ALL KINDS. SHOES A SPECIALTY

Mr. .T. f... Harrison has been plowing Last and Miss Georgie Haddock and the :r t .t F eE:1': i.G1lxg i. III
and fertilizing his orange. fair bride and manly groom. !:li g :x: .n m 1
Oq !:z:=
Briefly but impressively the words OIl lit I1J H J. P. TURNER &
Eau Gallie Is a pretty wet town any I1J go e Oq' CD II ao e. ppp CO
way. We have twenty-three flowingwells were said which made the timid girl a o IIii M O
[ I1J mgAF3
of "artltltliiP water, as the colored wedded wife and robbed Riverside of :1'en !! .
'L'J "
gentleman remarked; and two more are one After of her the most ceremony loved friends daughters.repaired to ogH E.. lit Ii SjI aiil ::EJ. L. Ee :c
About t<> bo commenced by our championwell 1 '1:1-0':: a ,
driver, Mr. McAllister\ (not Ward, the house of Mr. Jaudon, uncle of the = .... r.=. .,0... O = :
-the leader of the 400). bride which was tastefully decoratedfor (! ,c. .11J
Groceries Grain Garden Seed Fertilizer
the occasion and where dainty refreshments Er .0 :. .if" i3a Hay
If generous and noble, they'll vent out were served, while Mr. and Ij "o CD c da S' ,

a ou'll their hear spleen some; one hint, you're selfish Mrs. Brown. received heartfelt congratulations. .9.. ro.., 1Iii ."M M "'g m I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of

,and mean.Yfuprghtand. Mr. Brown, formerly of Cleavland. 0., o-.' :::3! ... Staple &c Fancy C rocei-iew, ] 'rlti(
and fair the'They 8
) honest as where he Is held In high esteem, will be CD e W M f.l IA"\ And Food ProductsOf .

ll rail you a rogue In a sly kindof remembered Jacksonville as for having several been years a prior residentof to .fJ I 9 > All Kinds. Also My Stock of

way, his departure for Titusville, where he is Grain Bran Cotton Seed Meal
will talk. Hay
For, "People a thriving and popular business man. ,
Tea, my Lord 1 take the. advice of the Mrs. Brown, formerly of North Carolina Ground Food and Wheat.I .
Duke and the Genoj-al, In playing a game has made many warm friends during BREVARD COUNTY JAMES HOLMES, President. am the only house on Indian River dealing'exclusively in the above- lined
-of euchre, never pAM when you hold the her residence In this city, who, Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I Invite your correspondence and solid
Joker two bowers, ace and king of while rejoicing in her happiness, grieve ALBERT A. TAYLOR, Secretary. your patronage. Very truly,
trump That's Hoyle. over their own loss in her departure.Fair EJ. L. :an.A.DY. '
Alderman Bennett Is going into the and sweet she appeared In her bridal STATE BANK INDIAN RIVER ---
lumber business on rather an extensive robes of creamy white, her fair hair .
utcale. Ills schooner seems well fitted crowned by a coronet of orange blossoms GEORGE. M. BOBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM
lot the business by the look of the load securing her filmy veil.
ahe brought from Titusvllle. All those After a brief bridal trip the happy COCOA, FLORIDA.Incorporated REAL ESTATE .
in this section wishing boat lumber or couple take up their residence In Tltus
.anything else connected with a boat, ville, carrying with them them the best '1880.CAPITAL .
....111111100 be able to get It from the above wishes of their numerous friends,' both Robbins & Graham

gentleman. here and In their Northern homes. : EXCHANGE ,,
Mr. Frank Turner Is proving himself Among the guests were a number of Paid Up, $25OOO. ,
quite nn export gardner by the look of friends from their.native places and remembrances Authorized, $100,000.
and plantation. lIe were numerous and taste-
bis bas orange been doing grove some heavy work this ful.May COCOA Indian River FLA. Real Estate Dealers.
their bark sail the ,
safely over
.prlng. Go ahead, Frank; we can see ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.
of those that will be left matrimonial
not ,
you are one -
"behind. The bride and bridegroom returned to Honey .t to Loan at Lowest Rates. Property of All Kinds Bought Sold and ALL KINDS OF PROPERTY: BOUGHT, SOLD, AND EXCHANGED.
fallhlone'dyour Titusville afternoon and ,
.If threadbare your coat or old yesterday received DIRECTORS!
Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Company.
dress. the hearty congratulations of their Exchanged.
.Some one, of course, will take notice of friends. Frank Is a happy boy to-day, G. S. HAROBE, President.
and the ADVOCATE the newly JAMES HOLMES VicePresident.R. "
this will be Titusville Brevard Co. Morida.P. .,
nrAll promptlyand
wedded pair a long life of health, wealth HOLMES ,
And hint rather close that you can't pay B. Cashier. reliably answered. Fire Insurance

your way. and happiness.We ALBERT A. TAYLOR, J. M. SANDERS, written In standard companies at lowest O. Box, 250.;
But don't get excited whatever they say, J. F. WOOTEN. rates.
For, "People will note with pleasure the buildingof ; We Buy and Sell All Kinds of Heal Estate,.and are Sole Agents ton
large list of carefully-selected Properties in all parts of Brevard county.'
rold of did
The Monday night
snap of a commodious workshop by the Indian RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, location. and value of any !P'It
some damage to our young crops River Lumber Co. Messrs Shultz & perty on Indian River.
beans and tomatoes and watermelons. The Co.
:Rather late, and a very unwelcome Myers are In charge, and all orders for Clyde Steamship Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are unequiIU!
and effort will bo made to give perfect satisfaction t. intending Purchase
late In
;guest to have frost so spring. ready framed houses, or any thing in
favor with .
may us their patronage.No
Mr. Geo. M. Robbins (a prominent.1&wyel' connection therewith, will receive Properties listed unless the Title is Perfect.

), wife and son, and Mr. J. W. prompt attention. 84t Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring large bodies of LOT
JIuntington and Mr. C. II. Walton all Priced Lands .
of Tltusville, are expected here Saturday J Write for Descriptive Catalogue..
on a few days' visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. Fighting In the East Indies.

O. Walton.

The Ramona started down the river, Eighty Indian Troop. Put 0.000 to Flight ED: i1il A.R.D STIL i" '
Tuesday, with a party on board. The CALCUTTA, April 4th.-Further details -
Kathleen the Nyauza and schooner concerning the capture of Ft Tha- Cocoa Indian River Florida
Queen, also go down this week, with bat, which I. situated twelve miles from ,
Uelbournltes and Eau Gallleltes onboard Manlpur, the scene of tho recent massacre Dealer In
Intent on enjoyment.Mr. of British troops by natives, have '
Asplnwall's new well has a flow. been received hero. According to these PAINTS, HARDWARE, STOVES, TINWARE & AGATEWAM
lag force of fourteen inches above the later advices, the British force, which
surface from a three-Inch pipe. carried the works by assault, numbered PLUMBERS' &: MILL SUPPLIES, OILS, GLASS & PUTTY, TABLE

If"you dress in the fashion, don't think only eighty Indian troops, under com- Now York, Charleston and Florida Lines.The & POCKET CUTLERY, BARBED WIRE, WIRE NETTING,
you'll escape; mand of Lieutenant Grant. The garrison & WIRE CLOTH.
of the fort was composed of nine!
criticise then In far different
'They'll shape: a thousand Manlpurler's, but the onslaught magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed -DOOn.s, SASH, :aLXNDS, :BRIo,

Tou're ahead of of the British force was so fierce Lime & Cement &
sail follows
your means, or your to as : Shingles Lath.
that the Manlpurs fled from their fortified -
bills are unpaid; position in wild disorder. Reinforcements (STANDARD TIME.) Guns Ammunition and Fishing Tackle of all kinds. Ship Chandlery Goods,Gun

But, mind your own business, keep have been dispatched to the From New York, From Florida.Jacksonville. Doors Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasoline Stoves, Coffins and Caskets;
.straight ahead, assistance of Lieutenant Grant, but it is ( m ) ARTESIAN WELL PIPE a Specialty. Lawn Mowers, Ice
2 1,
Friday Mar.2Tth at 3 P. : Apr. < II'
For, "People will talk." feared that the Manlpurs will return and Monday Mar.30th,at S P. M."ALGONOUrN"Thursday...... .......Sunday, Apr. IIth.t 130 P. M"YLMABSkE,1' Cream Freezers; Brick, Lime, Cement and
attack the British detachment In full Wednesday Apr. 1st,at S P. ...... .........Tuesday, Apr. 7th, at 2.30 P. M. Chimney Pipe; Flags & Bunting
'They'll talk fine before you but then at force before reinforcements can reach Friday, Apr. 3d, at 3 P. ....,...81!: IINOLE. .........Tbun<1ity. Apr. 9th, at 4.30 r, MM Table and Pocket Cutlery; Mouldings, Scroll Work, etc., etc.
back > Monday Apr. 8th,at 3 P. ....."IROOUOI8." .......Sunday, Apr. 12th, at TOOA.M.
..()lour and spite there Is never alack the scene of battle.-Evening Telegram. Wednesday, Apr 8th,at 3 P. M....."AUIONQUllIIt..Tue.da: ). Apr. 14th at 800A. M. Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free on application. Correspondent
Friday Apr. loth at 3 P. ...... .CHEROKEE. ........Thursday, Apr. 16th at 10.00 A. K. solicited and estimates furnished promptly. t
Monday, Apr. 13th,at 3 P..*,,..."YEMABSEE>. ........Sunday, Apr. 19th, at 1.30 P. II.
How kind and polite In all that they say A. Wednesday, Apr. at 3 P. .....8EMINOLE1,' ........Tueiday, Apr. 2Ut, at 2.30 P. MM .
But bitter as gall when you're out of The Death of Mr Carl Haag. Friday, Apr. 17th at 3 P. ....."IKOQUOIS,".........Thursday, Apr. :23d, at 4.00.A. MM '
Monday Apr.2oth,at 3 P. ....."AXGONUIJIN. ".....Sunday, Apr. 2Uth! at ftOO A. M.
the way, Wednesday, Apr.21, at I P.II..CHEROKEE. '.......Tuesday Apr.2lth. at TOOA.M.
For, "People will talk." We are requested to publish the following Friday Apr.:24th at 3 P. ..,.,."\'EMA88E1..Thurada! ), Apr. 80th at 800 A. M'' J. S. Watson
communication and card of Monday, Apr.27th, at S P. JI..SEMINOLE' ........Sunday 1\1&). 3d, at 12,00 noon i Co
The office Is at the "
telegraph now thanks Wednesday, Apr.2tlth,at 3 P.II..IKOQUOIlJ..Tue. day. May. 5th, at 2.00 p. M
: '
Steamboat Company' wharf. Mr. Joe .N... ,
Smith Is operator.The ADRIAN, MICHIGAN, March 25th. 1

foundation of Mrs. Knapp's new Meir Loilty Je Rtnnter, St. Johns River Line.
' Commission
house has been completed; and whenthohouHO Gentlemen,-As a means of reachingall
Is finished It will command a of my brother's friends; also the kind
lovely view of our river. people who assisted me In the removalof For Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points on ANDKFORWARDIG

Then, if you show the least coldness of my brother's body, with little delay, the St. JohnsRlver.
heart I have enclosed a card of thanks from ...,., ....- ii..I,,, -.I .- *
car slight Inclination to take your own my father and family, which we wish inserted Tbe elegant Iron Side-wheel Steamer MERCHANTS
part, in some newspaper circulated in "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE," i

"TUej'U call you an upstart, conceitedand your vicinity. Cant. W. A. SHAW
vain I arrived home Monday noon the 23rd ,
But keep straight; ahead, don't stop to without any accident or trouble. The "FRED'K. : DE EARY," Dealers in Fertilizers

explain, funeral was Tuesday afternoon, and was Capt. T. W. LUND, Jr., ,

For, "People will talk." largely attended. Hoping I may be Are Appointed to tad from J cUonTill ,dally except Saturday, at 3 JO p. m., and from Sanford P. Henderson & Co's
Garden Seeds
able to repay you for the favor I ask, I dally except Sunday,at 9... m.
J. O.
Capt. Walton' In
beautiful shape, and he grounds continues are improving remain, yours respectfully, Wm. Haag.CABO SOUTHBOUND. SCHEDULENORTHBOUND..

them every day. An artesian Read Down Read Up. Orange Boxes (Crates &:
well, we beUove, wUl be sunk this week, OF THANKS. Lave 3.30.. M............................Jacksonville..........................Arrive 11M., r. paper.
SOD .. M.......,.......................falatka.........................Leare. 1.00 p. M.
giving the Capt an unfailing supply. We hereby tender to our friends our .. IJOA.M..........,............... A.tor. .,..............:........... .. II
heartfelt thanks and to all who have assisted .. 345A.M.............:............,8t-Fr.nets........,................... 13.45 .. II' CEMENT, PLASTER & HAIR. AGENTS LIE!
Good friend, take advice, do Just as you the of 11.00"A, r.............................Bemfurd..............-.....,....... 11.45 A. II' FOR OCALA
please, us, In procureing body our 600A.M...........................BlaeRpringt........................... 11.00 A. II'I'
And your mind (If have one) will son and brther Carl August Haag, and 'ArrlTtS.OO A. M......_.?.................. Baalord............................. Agents for the C. F. T. REFRIGERATOR CARS.
then be at you expressly to A. C. Dettmar and family, I' 9.13A.M...,........................KnterpriM.........................,. 9JO A. M'
Through Me ease you will meet with all sorts proprietor of the hotel at Fort Pierce, General Passenger and Ticket Office, 88 W Bay St., Jacksonville; Will Tarnish Cars Whoa Desired, and lee that they are properly LOADED ICD.****-

of abuse- Florida, who took the place of father F.M.IRONMONGER Jr. Florida Pauengcr Agent,88 West Bay St.,Jacksonville"... ED. and TRACED to DeetfataUom.

But don't think to stop them, it Is of and mother In his last sickness, and of who his J.JOHN Ob FKLUT.U!: HOWARD.Frelcht Agent Florida on Freight wharf Agent foot Hogan,foot Laura Street.Street Jacksonville,Jacksonville.Fla. Fla. We will Buy all kinds of Fruits, Vegetables, Furs'and Skins in fad
has accounted for
no use, every particle J.A.LESLIE:! Dapvrintundent' foot Laura Street Jacksonville, Fla.THfcO. we will Buy and Sell anything offered to us.
For, "People will talk." effects after our son and brother's de- : .U.EaISR.: Trams Manager,ft Howling Green.New York. '
cease. MARSHALL U.CL'fDIC..t.Traffic Manager,B Bowling Green,New York. Correspondence solicited on any wants you have. .
Charles may
Bit; Young U making things FfUKDxaicu HAAO, SB WM. P. CLYDE & CO. Gen'l Agents. Respectfully. J. S. WATSON
boom rather lively round about the and family ftjga
Company's steamboat wharf. Anyone Adrian, Mich., March 25th, 1891. MM I 1. South WharvM.PMkdelpkte. a Bowline Green,Mew York. === =:== ::;:!
wishing to clean should
see grubbing *
,examine the work done by Charles.The T. EATON,

new addition to our fleet thesteamer trWe cannot guarantee insertion C. J. HECTOR INDIAN RIVER HOTEL
, Katie and Sadie owned by of down-river news that arrives here as DISTILLER.PURE .
Messrs. Daly and Bassett is afloat again late as Thursday night or Friday morn- ,

'baring been In the dry dock undergoing ing. We go to press early Friday morn- Dealer In General
-extensive repairs. These gentlemen TITUSVILLE, SOtTR, MESH
ing. :DlCeroh.and'lAeMelbourne. Vv ISK.Y.
have quite number of contracts to fulfill
In the pile-driving line and this Indian River Fla.
-steamer will be used In towing the The Town Tax Books ,.Fla. Distillery & Warehouse ; LYNCHBURG TEHN

pile-driver _ _ Will positively dose on Friday, the I. M. MABBETTE PRopa. ,

Wedding Chimes. 84th Instant Hats Shoes Clothing Dry Goods T. J. Eaton & Co., Agents TttusvIHe, Fla.
The Town CouncilMet -
One of Rlver d.'. Fair Daughter
Flit Away Just ArrIved. Splendid Goods. Thin la the most central Hotel In town
Mr. Frank E. Brown slipped off quietly yesterday, but transacted very ,
to get married this week, and the following little business as there were only three OILS PAINTS, HARDWABE, LEAD, and b only 'minutes' walk from the ADVERTISE in this
U what the Jacksonville Standard members present. Mr. E. L. Brady was DRUGS, GROCERIES: GRAINOf Paper
lute to say about the matter: elected to fill the unexpired term of J. all kinds; and in fact a foil line of Railway Depot, and close to Steamboat ,

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