East Coast advocate

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East Coast advocate
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Titusville Fla
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April 17, 1891
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Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note:
W.S. Graham, editor.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).

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''ment received at his hands In the past -Mrs. S. A. Bravo started for St. I -Mrs. Decker has been "under the .f -Judge ,,. D. Stewart, of Rochester, -Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Stubbn, of Portland The Steamer SweeneytaPresent-
Senator Rogers could, by a single Augustine to-day. weather" during the past week. N.,Tot was In town ynterday. ed with
f word, elect the people's champion; and Mel:, were In town yesterday.Mrs. a 1JIAg.t
:- if he were true to his constituent -true -Mr. Brady Bowers, Coquina's affable -We learn that Mr. Ed. Titus is now -Two hours of convulsive laughter at II. Q. Hawley left here for At. .

to his party-the election would be over. postmaster, was in town' the first of the In the employ of Mr. L. R. Decker, at Masonic Hall next Thursday night. lanta on Wednesday, on her way to her Captain R. P. Psldisen.wu rather.aatotilshed *." 4
Senator Call has
sixty per cent of the Harriman Tenn. \
r whole caucus; six per cent more would week. ,-Mrj';A. N. Adams, of'the Orlando Daily husband.Dr. on Wednesday to learn that u.. j '

f1! elect him, but the chances are about -Capt. and Mrs. R. P. Paddison left -Mrs. Tyler, Miss Mamie, and the rest l Record, gave us a pleasant call yester Dodson has returned from ladles of Eldora had presented the Swea.

even that an un-named candidate will be for Jacksonville yesterday, on a short of the lomily started for Eldora todayon day. his professional visit to Klsslmmee, andIs ney with a beautiful tlag which 1* 20R.

*'the will next be disregarded senator. The-trickery will of the will people tri visit. a short visit. 'Andrew Leo of Rockledge, ivrived now ready to attend to patients.We long, &It. wide; white ground, with Jour o ,

umph, and the two-thirds rule will have -L. D. Graham has been busily en- -Rev. W. H. Holmes and wife, of town Wednesday, and left, next are pleased to note that Mr. D.. large, blue stars Across the. centre. Tna

tits usual effect that of giving supremacy gaged this week, making alterations at Southport, Conn., registered at the Indian day tor.JieuonviUe.. 9. Hutchinson Is now much better, andIs edges of flag are trimmed, with white .

5 I The to an name obstinate of Senator minority.Hammond has the Indian River Hotel. River Hotel, Wednesday.Host '-Messrs., J*,, Lortllardr, H. Cuthbert. able to be out of bed.. sUk. '

I not yet been presented, and is being reserved -Dont forget that the Annual MayDay Mabbette, of the' Indian RlVer R. Sheldon,.,J.. DalObcck, and Mrs. L. I -Jlr.,Q. d. Converse, of Brantley, wash It was made by the St. Louis* ladle*. 'i

-I for the proper moment when he Picnic will take place at Oleander Hotel, has been rather Indisposed, this Allen,'anil Mrs and MJ.4-WynanU, who town Tuesday morning, on his way to, who hove been residing at Eldora during s'the
its expected to upset the tall Call column. past few days: been > winter, whose names are as follow:
Point between Cocoa and river
Rockledge.Mr. have on a tripdown<< the returned J Jacksonville. ,Ho returned to Brantley
tThls gentleman held office
never an un
Mrs. J... Chambers, Mm. .Julius Moul-
Ltil the last session of the legislature, F. M. Woodman and wife, Miss -Mr. and Mrs.. C. H. Baldwin, ?of here Wednesday; and left, on to-day. .
Mrs. J. the Misses
ton Moultonrand
I when by virtue of his talent at making a G. C. Small and Mr.. C. J. Wiggins, of Chattanooga, Tenn., were visitors to, festerday\ ,mornlng'4 train, for Jacksonville 'T-Second hand, at Attrcos, hunting ,
|smooth apeech he acquired considerable town hamlet D. Wilkinson,. Harriet Helerj.Mario .
Portland, Me, were here on Monday. Wednesday. and boating outfits breach and muzzle
popularity; but one has only to read Theresa Chambersand Mary Alice -
bill number seven, which appears in our iy subscribing; ; $UO per annum -Found, a duck tailed skiff. Ownercan --Mr. P.: J.Fly, who has been working rifles and shot guns; tents pully,blocks,. I Pirn. Wo presume the",four atm

[Tallahassee letter, to Judge of his ability for the ADVOCATE, It will only cost you have same by paying charges. R. P. with MK; 'W., R. Knox, has returned, to furniture, clothing( organ sowing, machines represent the lost four yeunf; unmarried t

It and was qualification a revelation for to many the senatorshlp.who have Thru Cent Per Week, Pottage Included, Paddison.The Trenton,> Ni I:J.,' but expect io return <<: etc. *1 ladles.

mired his power as a epeech-maker: to any part of the United States. much-needed rain put In an ap about October., Mell8u.' Knox and Fly -Mrs. E. I!.- Titus,. In asking us to With the flag came the following fatten

ad should not only settle his senatorial -Mr. S. B. Symmes, of Courtney, was pearance on Tuesday, when we had a have been'pa1nilng,$, ato'r Quay's residence forward the ADVOCATE- her at Harrl-
splrations, but terminate his career instate few and showers. and boat-house a1St. Lucle and
In town on Wednesday and us a pleasant cooling ,
politics. If Hammond should develop gave : man, Tenn., says: "I expect: to make "Et.oonA, April 15th 1801.
any strength In the caucus we pleasant call. He came up after various -Mrs. G.,W. Mackenzie, of Canaveral; 'rom whet wThearpthey-"* made anexcellent thls.:my; home for the summer. Tbweathor. "DEAR CAPTAIN PAnsuaoa' -Wlil jim
hall abandon all hope of any intelligent needful articles.Mr. was in town a few days this week; and Job,of it. *.i ,Is lovely; and climbing the accept this flag as a small token of any

egislatlon at the hands of the present J. M. White, mail inspector for gave the ADVOCATE: a pleasant call. ''-Capt jlno.. Zoil rs;, who ,has been mountains restores one's. lost roses and regard and esteem for the.officer of tin

ejdslature.'The name. of II. F. Atkinson leads the this district, was In town Wednesday, -Wanted several hundred .bearing down the/tI."er' on his homestead, returned '.' Sweeney, and my; appreciation of tneir

st of the Call column; but Senator on his way down the river, to Inspectthe orange trees. Send price and particulars hord "lth hi* schooner Manatee, healtb.Me, sra. Watson, Davlos and Wanh- many courtesies and kindnesses during

dee Is, we are' sorry to say, among various postofflces. to Robbins <& Graham. 8tf. on Monday. On the way up he had his burn expect to start In the schooner, our sojourn among them.. t

be House Philistines.bill number ten, which empow- Mr. John McAllister (or Artesian Mac -Mr. A. C. Spear and wife, C. A. yacht Eau overhauled oik McFaxUen'e ways, R. A. Hardeo, for Elliott's Key and other I "With wishes for tholr success and t
at Gallie and she looks neat "
rs the governor, treasurer and compiler as he Is called) has driven more and Bushey and. wife, and Miss Gletvson,'6f now places, to-day This yacht has just undergone prosperity, ,.
to borrow money for the state, better wells than any man on the Indian Burlington, Vt., were in town Tuesday.Mr. and trim. She is ready to take out a thorough overhaul on the ways: "I am, yours sincerely, +
River. The three-inch pipe that he has
'.Y aa i become a law. been pounding away at for Mr. John. Ed. Summerlin, of St. Lucle, parties.' of Capt. Jno. Slmonson,, and the above "E. L..CIIAIIDJM."'

Aspinwall Is down as far as is needed. has been'spendlng a few days In'town. and he l Is another artesian Miss Eleanor and Miss
now driving Perry Jenny
,LOCAL NEWS. lie states that Jack Frost even reached -Miss Ballantlne, ofT Sharpes will the Captain and officers are over tidemark e;
4 well for Mr. J. O. Walton, of Eau Gallie. Krah, of Chicago, who have been -
St. Lucie. spending leave hero to-morrow for Somerville, of appreciation and esteem. iron
-Mr. D. J. Mullaney, division passenger some time on Lake Worth, returned .
much the
New Jersey, to the regret ol the ladle of Eldora.
sty and General Oowlp In connection agent of the Queen and Crescent -Mr. W. H. H. GleKKon, of Eau Gal. here on Wednesday, looking as sun. numerous friends she haamade on Indian Our City Editor Inllpooted'the flagye-
I,with Indian Hirer and Lake Worth tee. Railway, Chattanooga, Tenn., was in lie, was In town yesterday.Mrs. I burnt as Scminole Indian, They left, ,
Rver} who will anxiously look for and eonilderedUlt
terday, a pre..n'1niDwortbl
|Sons during put week. Brief mention of his been S. M. Lorimler has been : their to their" home In .
town Tuesday. He on a trip on a yesterday, on way .
|knteresUna Kventsj About People You her return next winter.. Yr..DallaaUne the donors.
down the river In the Interests of his visit to Mrs B. B. of Jacksonville. Chicago "
: ,
ow. and People Ton Don't KDOWked and party have just returned from a Purser G. IT Paddlaoa lay* the officer
up by Our Society Editor. company. Mr. Mullaney, we understand -Capt. John Simonson has recovered -We understand a new Ladles' BathIng pleasant trip to Eden and other places. of the, t Sweeney wilt only hoist 'Iff m

owns some good land on Indian his skiff-the one that was advertised Club ha started In Titusvllle; butInstead special oca.loni. .
: ,.
:< ; are ten cents per Jine per woek.v,,-- ,., the most perfect-itapor."stoveever Somebody had borrowed it without asking /:: the erection of their Math house, The Stcain launch l giuaacns ;* ',

P;....Get the ADVOCATE at Dr. Screven's. put on sale-;economical! safe, simple and not returned It., they started In to build it themselves- -

|ve Cents per copy. ; lights like gas; never gets out 'of -Stop at the Tltusvdle Mea Market, hauling the lumber, cutting the palmetto A OlorloiiR Time AnticipatedAt Owned by Capt A..E. Bradley,madea ,.
\: order. Next week will a few on Washington Avenue, When you come roofing, etc., and nailing It all together to Melbourne Beach '
;-Mr.: L. F. Nash, of Palm Beach, was delightful trip ;
town this week. testimonials from your neighbors. It Is to town. Fresh eggs, chickens, vegetables in neat form. The house In on the ThU Le..Iy.p.t. from Eau Game, on Sunday-the weatSi-

:i' the new process, 3 burner, with oven, beef, pork sausages, Tennesee but the Indian River bank just above c pt. er being lovely.; Steam was up a liter
t-YeaarL Ernest Zohoskl, W. J. Egan, $22. No.4 $24 at Altree's supply The Annual Plcnlo and Regatta will
; ; ter, etc. E. J. Davis, manager.t.f.. Chas. Brock's place. The following after ten o'clock, and icon after The _
and P. Alston, of Eden, have been spenda -' store. -! -Mr. Morton asks us to caution those young ladies were the ones who built be held at Oleander Polut, Cocoa-Rock- Bassoon started off with Capt. Bradley

> few days in town this week. -The following names have been ad. who have not fully recovered from a the house: Misses Jennette Paddison, ledge on Friday, May tat next Every: and his engineer; Mir. and Mr*. Gea M.:

-Money I Money! Money! I toTian ded to our list this week: M. F. Dwyer; recent attack of La Grippe to refrain Annie Paddison Ethel Rumph, Georgie body Is Invited. Come and bring your Bobbin and son,. Rufus; Mr. and:Mr*.' .

on real estate. Apply to Robbins
Tltusville, Fla. dianola; E. N. Dimlck, Palm Beach; J. next Thursday. lIe says -The electric lights were turned on an old.fashloned'.unlon. Meson, J. W. ILuntlngton and C. IL '

| Mr. F. C. Allen, Georgiana's prom I. B. Terry, Southold, N. Y.; H. L. Vln- the convulsions of laughter they wouldbe at the Indian River Hotel on Wednesday and The connecting regatta Is open river for boats Indian only River, of Walton on board.. The trip to the wharf., eon

nt merchant, was in >town Tuesday, son, Rico, Texas; Rer. E. I. Getman, subjected to, would,. In their weak evening, and gave great satisfaction. which three classes will be made. the peninsula was quickly made; sad

Slid gave us a pleasant call. Georgiana; Alex.: Near, Barry town, N. condition have a serious etfec't..1. Messrs. Ender A Gray have been work Prizes aggregating $XiO will be offered after ample justloe-had been done to the

I-Mr. A. V. A. Winans, of Eden, came Y.; H. Tengzelius, Valkaria; J. Cough- -. B. Terry, of Southold, N. Y., has ing pretty; bard to make everything run as follows: First olaM-411.18'1st prize, $S0; good thing on board, the party atartad

-i to town Sunday, for the purpose of Un, Norwich, Conn.; G. W. Mackenzie, sold the property In North Tltusville, so successfally. Mr. Ender's ability as 2nd$40 prize 2nd, $30.prize,Second$25. Third elass prize-1st, for the ocean beach, Mr.Bean jean kindly

erlng lumber for his new" residence Canaveral; W. J. Egan', Eden; J. D.: Almond known as the "Williams Place," to Mrs. an electrician is too well known to need prize; $30;; 2nd prize $20. Sweepstakeprize placing the handroar at their disposal

i returned on Monday afternoon. Rockledge; E. A. Bradley, Eau W. M. Miller, a sister of Mr. J. P. Tur- any comment from us. We think it $2&: .. Quite a large number ,had gathered,

r .Mr. St. Geo. Rathborne and family, Game; W.Woolf Jensen; S. B. Symmes, ner, who spent a few weeks at the homeof would be a safe and wise plan to place For full particulars, address CaptainA. together on the< beach, for the purpono "
J. Canover regatta.
Courtney.Churchgoers. that gentleman recently; and became In of the manager
electric lamp room and the healtbgivlng
an every of surf-bathing Inhaling -
who have been spending the winter at Entrance fee, $5 for all. Boats must
under arms. Georgia I infatuated with our climate, and with hotel and do with the dangerous nine o'clock thrown off Grand Old
,f their place at Eden came up to town on away be registered by a. m., May ozone by #
steamer and left next day for It la'said, has on its statutes several curious Tltusville-particularly the north part oftown. kerosene lamps. 1stThe Ocean In addition to the name abovementioned k
Sunday's The embraces neat entrance fee for sweepstake prize
old laws which though obsolete property a noticed the bead
I their home In the north. There was a marriage In South TI- Is $2.0./ we on *.
been One of these cottage and very large lot, and Is situated and Mr W. Wilson and '
-Yr. and Mrs. Frank Brown are stopping have never repealed. tusville on Wednesday, the happy couple Refreshments lot sale on the grounds. Mr. daughter
was obviously passed to prevent the directly opposite the picturesqe being Samuel R. Anderson and Lycra Addresses by prominent speaker may Ruth; :Mr. and Mr*. J. W. Neabltt"aaff
j at Mrs. Decker's; but will shortly of her relative J. P. Turner. The .
vVjicated colonists being taken by surprise by Indians place A. E. Thomas. The marriage ceremony be expected daughter, Elsie; Major C. E. Graves
;:take possession of the cottage lately for Game of all kind Fireworks and
sale Mr.
or other assailants. It reads that was negotiated Terry took place at the home of the (looking u jovial a* ever); Mr. and Mr .
by Mrs. Ed. Titus, who has gone no male person shall go to church on through his agents, Messrs. Jones A bridegroom's father, on the Delesplne a GRAND BALLIn J. W. !Merrill :Mr. and Mr*. C. B. Jdm'
,: to her husband, at Harriman, Tenn.
Christmas or Easter Day, or other daysof Atkinson. Grant just south of the residence of the the evening. rill, aDd U. C. Merrill, of Tropic; as well
-Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. M. Robbins and pnbllp worship, without carrying a -The New York Dally Tribune says: Rev. Sidney Wilbur. The Rev. Jno. Foy, The following committee were appointed a* Messrs. C. J. Hector, J. Henry, CL '

;, Mr. J. W. Huntington returned here, gun or brace of pistols, with six roundsof "Lieut. Henn, "who is cruising in Southern our esteemed Presbyterian minister, was at the last meeting:. Muriel, C. Coburn, etc., eta The patty >

Monday night, from their trip to Eau powder and ball, under a penalty of waters, in his yacht Galatea, recently; the clergyman who officiated and unitedIn B>Watson TKAJISrOUTATlOK.W. Joo. Paxton, E. a Wa retained to Eau Gallie well pleased wltJfc

Gallic, where they were the guests of ten shillings ($2.50)). The law also says dropped anchor off Jupiter Inlet. The the bonds of Holy Matrimony the ger.. tbetr delightful trip and the genial ..nd.> 1&

Mr. and Mrs. J. ,O.,Walton. that; the churchwarden or wardens must party on the yacht wanted to land, but above loving couple. They have the best AMUSEMENT courteous owner of the Satsacn*- .,

-For Sate, cat-rigged round bottom, search all persona who come hither that such a heavy sea was running that the wishes of the ADVOCATE. C.T. Verbeke, C. J. Rector. A. E.: Bradley. OCEis.C .

centre-board sail boat; .fifteen feet long, have no arm displayed; and see wheth ,acht'. boat could not be used. The -R. B. Cable, GenL Manager; and B Bnrehflel.TINEKEEPEM.VRVETOR.B. 1 .
Coffin of the J. T. A K.
feet beam decked forward these about their Afailure crew of a life-saving station on the beach .
five and a half ; er not are person. W. System, were In town yesterday on Fort Pierce. i, ,
_ and aft; good sized cockpit; tight on the part of the wardens to do came off, and put the party ashore in a business connected with the Indian River 8.D. Geiger, W. DeGroff.
and In good repair within 15 minutes from the first life-boat Lieut. Menu then took the Steamboat Company, and left for JUDOE. -
dry, ; this appearance
lining, perfectly
L Pews, H. J.McGlnnls,0.F. Fischer: fro Frank Everett ha returned from
the train. The officers
to St. Augnattne.-The i Jacksonville on noon
boat for IU site. Address: L. F. of the or at the yacht up New .
stiff sea person persons '' of the E. C. T. Co. had a conference B. W. Jerome, E. P. Branch, W. M. a flying visit to Titusvllle.
Palm Beach :Fla. 102tMr. church shall make them liable to a fine York Tribune is laboring under an er- Brown. :
Nash ,
with Mr. Cable to ascertain his
We are our genial f rlei.*!*,,N&.
Lieut and .
P. S. Gilmore who ha* been on of 15 shillings ($3.73)). This law first roneod Impression. views and policy la regard to a connection ADVEBTUIXO.B. and Mr*. lain are back again.
C. II.
the General of the Hone were in the ADVOCATE office Friday with their line at Tltusville. Figures N. Andww, E. B. Wager,
a trip down Indian River, returned here passed Assembly, having come tip Indian River la were submitted to prove that the Walton, Guy Netcalf.BECEPTIOV.. Mr. and Mrs. Jennings ant /MnJJjf \
Monday, and left for Knoxvffle, Tenn., State In 1777.Breakfut. refusal to grant a landing to the Swee : have gone over to their plan once;
J. D. yann's 1&Cht-the same
next day. Mr. Gilmore is the general Monday, was the last Capt. ney In the put had been a serious Injury An the following gentlemen and their peninsular for the summer.
that they had engaged In Tltusville tomake wives viz. E. C. Wade A. W. Ilardee,
passenger agent of the E., T., V, and G. meal at the Hotel Indian River, Bock- their three months' cruise around that .Rail way company.of It was shown n. B., William, J. T.,Stewart, T. K. Mr. Ben. Schleppy Is havbff lilt land
boxes 1,300 tons
and hails from Knox: and there were at. least fifty 43,000 oranges. Jas. cleared for pineapple that b lately f
q Railway System, ledge, the Florida 1ney started for of miscellaneous freight and 1,000 passengers Dixon, A. R. Dixon J. )[ IMzon,
rifle, Tenn.Mr. guests in the house when it closed. Mr. had been wrted by the new line Hatter C. B.. Macroder, J. U. White, bought.We .
Lee no doubt, would have found It Jacksonville on Saturday, on their way during the put five months, and that If A. L. Hatch B. N. Andrew., Charles are glad to *M Uiaa LJly 1Jd1I
and Mrs. C. B. Cory, daughter New York from which place they Walter Geo. M. and she ba ]
the hotel to this business bad gone to .Jacksonville, Goodyear, Goodyear, around *again, imiliaffi >ea\
and maid, who have been on a trip to profitable to kept open expect to sail for England oa the 2nd of via TUosvllle, instead of New Smyrna Robbing E. P. Porcher, B. A. Ilardee quite under the weather lately
Cuba, Name Key West, and other until the last of the month but the con May. The Lieutenant expects to build tae new line would have paid the J. T. Jas. PrItchard, W. U. Peck,O. JC.Wood. Mr. John Hetheriagteei letoaad tss&
tempUted improvements made It necea. 114,00 In A.-F. Lapham, B. C. May, Dr. Holm*, week from *xten Wd visit tia
places around the Florida coast, returned next winter that will be a table X. W. By. Company over aa up
yacht !
a .
Ja Holmes C. W. Harrison
to close. The his handsome boat the
and left next to bring the season a the time named. It was argued that river in Dvlphlo.
j here Tuesday evening try for sailing both on Indian River Wilkinson, P. .J. Kevin, and Ira A. '
T. A K. W. Co. could better
day for Canaveral Cab In the Yankee Hotel Indian River has been filled to and around the Florida coast Lieut and the afford I., to foster steamboat By. eompeUoa A. Taylor, )fIN E. Johnson, KIN rowe, The HOB. D. M.CaavWepad .1bb
and the management were visit to hi* land at Blue Hoi, ua Jii
Kate O1U Lapham.EDWAXD
overflowing Miss
'!;Doodle. They reported a very pleasant Hr. Hemp Informed us that they were- than to divert freight from Its line, and 2aa'
Improvements oaplace.
having great put
trip on the whole. compelled to put np cots in every conceivable some back-nearly next-door by such a courM perhaps stimulate the : STIURO, ,
1 place. Mr. J. M. Lee broke years construction of another outlet The fI,- Secretary.
-Mrs. Geo. W. Mackenzie has told to north neighbors Algiers, Africa of Mr. and a... show that it would have been more Mr. and Mr*. )erriwether, of 'hat
her fine residence In North Tituirille to down, and was compelled go Mrs. .J...O. Walton, of Fan Game. whom I profitable for the Railway company to ,-We not with pleasure the buildingof Mile Creek moved In reek -it*.
.Jasper N.Thompson, of Athens, Geor several weeks ago, but Mr. A. S. Lee they visited last week. He will not, at' Lave paid the Indian River Steamboat commodious the Indian good, sod $laUpd p.WAc"'apatch
gia. The, porehiM was MKOtiated stood manfully up to the work. As present build a yacht to race between Company for every box hauled by the a workshop .A .iw 't
through Bobbins& Graham. The new soon as this gentleman succeed In getting England and America for the International Sweeney rather than have lost the haul River Lumber Co. Mewn SaulU A W. T. 1J :NUlIt
owner has valuable hammock property work well under win Cup. The Galatea U still la England by rail. Mo definite conclusion was arrived Myers are in charge, and an order for J .
near Mime, and ala4J a fine bearing grove, the at Waukcha, "'IlL. and aDd will be put In commission as at but the subject win U carefully ready framed house, or any thing la The Town Tax B .,'
aSOsteea.- Be win here about join his brother therewith win receive WIH coe oaMth ti.
return Fountain Honse in order for the soon a* the Lieutenant and wife can jet considered by the Railway Management connection positively
the '
October lit, and make TUurrille bit get outh a Twritt. I, her la readiness. I prompt attention. &-4\ lastaat
home daring the winter season la future. summer ramp 8n.

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: -- general's office, oit ''your ie teri, riarcb : ROASTED TO DEATH K aN Abity""

OVER ALABAMA. 18 making Inquiry r,1' to the pfob b II I ff ae
Tho Bast 1 COBst. AdvDcai d 1 utilization of the idea of a''f the JVlace' A Conflagration inn whi h"Ten

In conned:km with the I:ipo.-iliob/snd I Lose Their Lives. '
'f 111TUSVltLK Various : am asked to teply 16 Lat 'inquiry, I People ,
Thlngs 'That are
t Fr.onmA. Hap- have the honor to advise you that<' the In III fire at Rochester Pa., Saturday _
Ing Arotmd Us. deportment of forestry, which Is temporarily night a large? frame structure in whichwas
i' In my charge will in all probability located the tea and coffee store df
Tae London authorities thinking have a separate building for its exhibit. George Edwards the milliners tore of HACIHEWIS.
bout beginning public Improvements'on Snow fell all over north Alabama Sunday Letters have been sent >.y toss,dcbatmcnt Mrs. Hall, and the shoe shop' !nod residence
order to famish The mow was light, but it WM the to prominent cr associations and kin of E. J. Kecne, was destroye I. A
scalo in
a vast first April snow far that vicinity la over dred,industries throughout the country number of Itali ,ns lived over the
work for tho unemployed. No city forty years. with a view of arriving nt their ideas m millinery store and were burnedto a

and no country can afford, assorts the lie MoLtgomerv c'ty council bra accepted to the best manner in \thl.b to present death. There have been nine

Atlanta Constitution, to have largo the !bid of Tenable Bros., of At- thu lorcstry exhibit. Should ,the matter bodies found; only two recog
when lanta, aa to pare Vommfrce street and hkn nlxirM- in the eH' cll< n r>' a bui'din' nized.: They Mr. Keene and his son.
'Bombers Us people suffer they court square witU granite blocks. M now seems proable, tV Idea you have who was a Shoemaker. One hundred and 4'

are willing' to work. If. relief will Selma bas the only f ot and wagon suggested would find its embodiment fifty dollar in' gold was found in the *
come in BO ether way the governmentmust bridge that spans the Alabama'rirer, and with other idea of the same character in ruins supposed to have 1'el>ngcd to tho
take action. most In crossing it this building so that I do not think it Italians. An Italian who is the only
are petitioning the board of revenue to would be advisable to do anything furtherin one of the family saved and who jumped LOB, LUMBERYARD }<2hY TRUCKS *
buy it Irom the company that charges that din cllon until such time as I can from a'eeeond-atory window, says there SPRING WAGOf4So'ALLSTYLES.
An UUnoU man has demonstrated tolls and make it free. give you definite information relative to is $.>00 more st 11 ip tho ashes. The

that fasting I Is. about the best cure for The recent Alliance meeting at Pelham, the forestry exhibit." conclusion arrived at is that the Itali ns

chronla disease of tho stomach lie was one of the larpe.t ever held in the Per' !'. E.deat..f. the ttoith.Bupeilnteodent became confused and' could not fin I the LADIES CHAISE

had1 spent a fortune on doctors and Slate, Ihoaumbu in attendance Iunnlng of the census Porter stairway, which was ft narrow one 01< and ,
up clote to a thousand Mr. Beck snit who with a number of other distinguished to reach it required the ope lag two
medicine, And finally, after three at. I Commissioner Eolb both made speeches gentlemen, a'e now visiting the south, doors in the rear of the building. PATLNI CHAIaBnAK[

tempts at suicide, he concluded to I and the Alliance booming in Shelby. on being asked by a reporter what

starve' ,blm olf. Thirty.lhree dajs The Ml ire of the John McNab bankin brought him here, said t "The couth's
without food cured hU stomach, and Eufaula the other day was a g'eat Industrial! development; that's ,what FISH BR9S WAG9N! c J JE
shock brings us here We come as -visitors.
to the tusinej
world. 1 he bank
he boa BOW found that life is worlb wile a landmark in our financial world. Why, the south's progress is marve ons. C I > RAIJ IN E. WIS,

liriog. Dyspeptic* may find starvation The late John Ik-Nab, the f under of the Jts- think of it; the south is to-day prodic'ngas t

an berolo'remed", remarks the institution was a native of Islay, the much pig iron us the 4 ntire -
San Francisco Chronicle, but there is famous little island off the west coast of country did in 1870. The next step is 'tro1 are making a specialty this season, of. what
Scotland, not d now days for its various steel: I bel eve hut the next ten yeatswl '
that'abstinence will we our PARAGON
no question care brands of whisky lie came to America I show a* much rclnt ve growth of the .
more eases,of stomach complaint than when quite young and during his long steel production of the siuih as th. Made of the FINEST STOCK and the very
medicine. UMiful. and bouor ble life accumulateda haw shown in tl e pro uction of pig iron. BEST WORKMANSHIP. Such a harness 0
handsome fortune.It 1 Lo Ci nfus bits startled me in the enormous cannot be bought for less than $25.
over growth of tbe south in
Over parsons in Lon Is a certainty that the Alliance will heRe evtty at ,retail. But' we are willIng,
resptct. etntiat '
cs are
correct .
don streets during 1890! are equal to build a cotton tie factory somewhere in and they show in the mntter In order to Introduce It, to 4c .,AFs..

fifteen! per day, and tho 250 resulting I the Alabama southern have states.expressed Several a willingnoisa places la of population, f< r instance, tb.t SELL ONE SET ONLY e.f)O. .* "'I...\"tt.t
I $
Anniston Ala ,
; has In ten
deaths for each of vrrown ycnrs to one as
equal nearly ono anxiety to have the investment. An 050 person a. 6 ,, 4
per ; Birmingham, 750 Porence
the 807 business days of tho year. Ro- I fur his been rccelVed from parties in 200; Chattan opa. 120; Knoxville; ,- sample for gSs t ,asrvvOd :;

diced to the population of New York, Mississippi. Ihure Is ,a party in com I 200; and there is Shiflltf'd.! which "" aa S t 6.50. :- ....ct."Ie\ ..4f:1:>
nunicuticm with I he exchange at Birm- not in !6 ""',\o!. t
ommouti the New York Sun, these! nvham with reference to removing a population CINCINNATI 0" \ ( 'P' <"': ",,, .."
)lIddl ;
Iorollh with ( (>
; 3.0011 I oin- o Xo1 \pI
; ; ::4O > :'t.
figures ''represent five run-ovora per large mill already built in another state Quickest.C .
oke, 18,000; and so n. On every hand o.. s dr' $t'f \ 0':t'fiSl
; to this state. It is a mamm th concern mpartment and Pullman Palace \ ,
' nod two the towns & .
day, resulting .deaths everyweek are springing up and growing ce eay \bp '''' tAaedpMo''ay,.1
\ '
and if the proper steps are taken it cane Seeping Cars throujth'without change L) '" 6' ,,
with & ,
<<\ nearly. It Is not many years > secured. great rapidity, and he large cities direct ction \ ,1? \) '1 t1" \ = .(''t o .1.
making conn-
of Atlsnti, Nashville M: mplii, Savannah # .fJ..r.: :tt .:.
since I mUino of ; .
$ wa scarce a langungoto
The Confederate Veteran association of .
etc., grow right along, too. Take IDCENTUAI.UNIONST LOUIS < ;: ;. $
lay that the pedestrian In London Lawrence county met at :Moulton a few tho coal production of Alabama. In 18-0 I ?:o. ...('ce .,,- .... t t
bad noylghta which the centaur of any days ago Congressman White the production was 860.000 tons; in 1890 And the WEST:: ,and with Tlirouuu car f ? $ f was elected president. D. C. first it was AOO.000./ Approximately though Ines forCHICAGO ... .. 9,
specie was bound to respect. Of vice-president; T. Kelly, second vice- our coal statistics of the south are not yet, and theNOnT .(>v 4'. 4b".assn .p ?a'tl i> ts t+n' t.Y'

more recent! years the police bas been resident; O. D. Gibson recording completed." WEST,

, ,authorized' .to. Impose an apologetic ary; J. II. Wear, corresponding lecre-j al.o with through:carfor DETROIT
tory; d.-E. Stcenson, marshal and REPORT
'check; bow, very apologetic may be THIS IS ONE OF THE'40 STYLEC WHICH WE MAKE
and in
Roberts[ chaplain. The committee on Puiuta Canada
'Inferred from the figures above cited., reunion and barbecue. was given additional i Of the Condition of Business for BUFFALO and the East. IU CF

The present 'notice of tie matter in : time to report. A grand barbecue, the Past Week. Only ono change of cnn *

,Parliament 'it only an evidence that II booked lor the summer. I R. O. Dun & Co.'s weekly: review of M.NEW ORLEANS D
The growth of Brewton is IOmewbat'lurpnliog. trade says: 1 he actual condition of business 0 to
the emu afoot la slowly compelling Jackson, Vicksburg, Points in z
Two yean ago there was does not
improve, hopeful On
recognition. Long ago his thin line scarcely a dozen houses, all told, now the antic!lp.tlona warranted. Uufavor- TEXAS'v AND TILEInl9T. tare

In the field of war broke the surge of there are thirty stores, four hotels, four ble weather has prevailed over a wide z fez D
'the heaviest" cavalry; his time must churches (splendid buildings, too), an area, affecting local trade and making Pusseoger via this line are afforded an *
elegant court house, a splendid two-story1 country roads'still! more difficult. Labor excellent view of Lookout Mountain and a "
come even. in London streets. brick comfor' surrounding Historic Scenery. rt *
institute a
able secure Jail troubles are becoming an Important factor,
.f I ....;.- ,-- -- (hanlsomely patronized), a number of strikes having begun at many localities N q Z'*

i Say' the Pall Mali (England) elegant dwellings and several hundred in the buildiig trades and the great a C. RAT, a E. Pass. Agt., 'At Id < .
Ghetto: We talk of red Inhabitants of refinement and culture. :' strike having resulted in riots and the lanta' Oit. PS
but The removal of the county seat to that I calling out of troops. D. J. MULLANEY, DIv. Pass. Agt., No. tab, STAR GEAR SPINDLE BODY.
tape In this. country, we point, and the lumber interests, have been Money temporarily closer at some ChatUnnosra lU-rrRAL1I'OOD niHSB, O*PAIHTXD.' .

can't hoiii a candle. to tho Italian the principal, factors in bringing about points on account of April sottli'iuen's, D. G. EDWARDS 0. P. ft T. A, Built on Honor. Entirely different from Cheap Western

*, Th ,otHclalsm of tho bureau the above results. i I but at nearly nil interior markets quit CINCINNATI 0. Work. Live Dealers. wanted. Territory.given.: .

-wacy appear more like burlesque than The Eufaula Tines, speaking of the I and .comparatively easy. Philadelphianotes .. .
McNab bank, failure, says: "Regard slow collections in most lines; wool KINCMAN ,STURTEVANT &
real life.; (W* Are told In a report ing the cause; of the assignment, specula I quiet,'with liqucrs, tobacco and jewelry; .- fE.I ,
'tr m- 'Falmoro that buckets of seawater tion in Florida lands and'lumber mills is trade in chemicals fair but in paints THE TRAVELERS CARRIAGE AND SLEIGH BUilDERS K-:- ':{ '
for, a obnd''bath hare been objected given t but of course nothing is known, I I light, and in shoes troubied' by flow'col- _

to by, exolw' man through fear ,since Major Reeves does not feel that he 1 lections, though the prospects are, considered Jacksonville Florida. SEND: FOR FULL CATALOGUES.' DINCHAMTON, W..Y.: ., '
baa any Information to give the public; good. Pittaburg notes no Important :
.f endangering the Government and speculation as. to the mat rea-on change, and Cleveland nly a --:-

monopoly oC salt;"ln a time cholera bas nothing very tangible)to go on. One fair trade with Cincinnati Louisvile, The WE ABE IN THE LEADFOR
and Cedar
corner ,Bay
1 barrel not allowed admls- can hear with more p-rticularitv of what 6t Louis and Kansas City in the same "
1agun' was is regarded u losses-the deposits. Theyare condition Chicago observes an increaseover streets Jacksonville, Fla. A new brick FINE QUALITY AND STYLE OF SPRING VEHICLES.
the Island hotel nearest all railroad
without to and
ion to passing
last in
the of
not Infrequent as one goes up and year receipts grain and ',. .,
.through famlgatlng-room, and It down the street and the total must foot cheese and 60 per cent in wool, no to steamboat transient landings.basine...Especially adapted furnished THE lOST FOR THE MONEY IS OUR HOTIO.
1* said that a track load of chloride up a handsome sum, since in five deposits change in cured meats and hides and a- Elegantlj
alleged the total reavhes $01,500, as follows decrease in flour, lard, butter, and 60 percent rooms, stogie or en suite. Tableas BEST .. ONE OF
lime for disinfecting purpose, had, top : One deposit of $24,000 one of I in dressed beef.UTOBTS good as the best. This hotel was built,

trough, the, same purifying pro- $10,000 one of $10,000, one of $8,600 I vnoic'raa CITIES. famished and operated as a $3.00 a day MATERIAL OUR CATA-
house rates reduced
the most in.ttance one of $3,000 and one of 3000. ; are now to $3.00 a
ess. Perhaps
'' Merchandise moves more slowly than a day, while the service is better than ever. AND 1001ESWORKMAN
although: a grim one, I* that: Our Mlal.'Fair. few weeks ago on ace.mut of bad rotds. Breakfast from 0 to 9; luurh from 11:80:
af the stoppage of the body of a man The Alabama state fair is going to be Memphis finds trade not yet near carnal, to 2:80; dinner from 5:30 to 7:30. Thisis FULLYILLUSTRATES-
largest, and probably the moat sue? but at Atlanta it is improving, and at the only hotel in Jacksonville serving'taken within tho cessf ul in the of the The SHIP
who WM precinct history state. New Orleans sugar is active at lower regular meals at these hours All others
of a town for burial, because It board of control composed of men of prices, rice scarce and cotton quiet. Bad are at least one hour Inter. Use the
bad to be deoidtd whether duty might kCairs-men who are capablo of achleve-. weather affects tradeatMon-gomery, and Travelers' omnibus, the tickets save 25/ WINS. OUR LINE.
Ing success in almost any legitimate business at Jacksonville there fears of disa.
, are a cents each .
not. be payable, .on It a* moat. undertaking. And the fair is trout spring and summer trade. way.BURTON SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS RECEIVE BEST ATTENTION;

strictly bu. lnl'ls. There may be some kin d es not mend at all, for the confidence K. BARRS A SAMPLE
The ,our' of a weekly salary to per- sentimental interest attaching to it, but that tho strikes will soon end JOB WILL CONVINCE YOU THAT OUR.

Was willing to take poison systematically It la essentially! a practical and progressive ';.l I consumers are awaMng. The lowest 10 Proprietor. WORK: IS THE .WORK TO BUY.
undertaking in which the whole, f ,.a on record: are mtde by some works
In is made
the Interest of science
state of Alabama is interested. It for --
greatly bar iron, and structural mov.s slowly BRIDGEWATER
by: Dr, Timothy F. Allen, Director of will be an Alabama fair, hold: at Ala while wrought pipe Is terribly demerit CARRIAGE CO.

the Laboratory of Experimental Pharmacology bama's greatest city and all Alabamians ized. Pig iron is duller than for yearsj THE :eO.A..NOXE; V.A...
will take ride in contributing to i a sue :.
| and buyers hold off us to rails
generally ,
and dean of the Now York __h_ _
cess. Contracts have been already made disliking help the combination. Coal NEW LEVER SAFETY
Tlomeopathlo College and Hospital. For a number of, great attractions and is fiat, official prices being about 13: cents
' Dr. Allen believes there 1* a great oth rs are under sideration. It is yet above hut year but with some cutting.
early in the year but the officers have
field for Invefellgatlon In tho use and filed 10'e1alllpl'lIcatlonl for space. Th FLUCTUATIONS IN FKICXS.

properties of drug which are at pro's people of the state are alive to the importance Speculation in breadstuff does not
eat little understood by the of the enterprise and people in abate, and with sales of 83,000,001)!bushels
other'states recognize it as. A representative here wheat is 1} c rte higher than a week
medical ,,"orld. Among other exhibition.Tka. ago. Cotton has not changed, and trading .

.drugs whoso affinities Dr. Allen Ir. Market.Prices is light. The new tariff has takes EASiU tio4 13 ,
wishes to ascertain Is the remain firm with nn noteworthy effect as to raw sugar, and the price is
tendency either direction. The brok .now 81 cents against 6.10 a week ago
nut prized at the
eedrom ,a highly
ers and the furnace men do not look for a while granulated i* soiling at 4} cents .
Isthmns of Darlen for Its efficacy In change for several days or possibly i again flj cents last Week. The averageof : C

ease of Panama fever; another is the weeks, and they do not pretend to guess all prices is a shade lower thin a week: .....l.l "'..::. .. (
alalrle found York what the change wilt be when it doe ago. In the stock market there has been OT KEPT
a plank near New BY
come. The situation In Pennsylvania, I some weakness on account of the total The PERFECTION of SIMPLICITYand I STORES
and especially on Long Island which where the strike in the coke! industry, indifference of the public and the prospect ECONOMY of POWER. INSIST
i* generally tuprtoeed to furnish the and the consequent depression at the that the new Nebraska law will cut .
most bitter drug In existence; the IIoKen Iron mills still continues, is practically down the earnings of many railroads NO OHAUVS. NO OEA.H8. TOREKEEP T G

,'which on rock and tree unchanged and much depends upon the seriously. VARIABLE STROKE only two seta ETTING TIIEM r Sox210s
grow Business failures the eY19U
ultimate issue. So long at matters throughout country of Revolving Bearings. :
>*d which I* believed to hare aItoerted continue as they are we cannot Unite the last week number for the Best Hill Climbing and all around FOR YOU.a : ;:HOLYOKC, Mass.
action on the respiratory look for any considerable change here one Slates, 811 ; Canada thirty two. Safety made.l7dTJl.LOC1TTJn .
the other. .But iron For the corresponding week last the
way or our wen are year
rgans, will also be tested, a* well u very hopeful M they have reason to be. figures were 189 in the United State and FREPi.

some of the,old.drug contained the Prices art fairly satisfactory Compared seventeen In Canada. JOB PRINTINGEVERY

kiateria medica. The proven will not with what they recently were, there is --- H. B. SMITH MACHINE CO. ,
cause for no small degree of ..tlafacti .
lie allowed to know what drag is being THE INDIAN IS AVERSE
Number 1 foundry iron is Dow-worth in .
tried them, and they will be de- SMITH I VILLE
upon our market atxut $18. No. I found* To Enlisting in the United States : ,
felled la every way possible u to the $t!, No. :3 $11.50. while grey forge is N. J. -oF-. ..
quoted at varying figures from t1lUO0 Regular Army.News .
store of he. poison .they are taking ""
1123. Iron is firm at these figures, but received at the war department ---- --
for fear'Of the Imaginary symptoms bukine.s is rather dull. Inquiries are Friday of the results of effort hoeing
thy might.thus be led to report, in* somewhat limited, and comparatively few I nude by western army officers to carryout OUR NEW IMPROVED SINtER

stead of"tho tree,,, effect of the drug. large orders are btin.g placed. the provisions of the army appropriation K ION ARM. THIS CTTLS.ONLY"<'.00 CItI DESCRIPTION
The r.r .lry Kshlbll. bill authorizing enlistment In the I
Each D'W. drug will be tried on every Relative to the '"pIne palace suggested regular army of 2t)()() Indian recruits i* -I'- **- *
..e of the proven. The old way of by :Mr. DeLeon of Mobile, to the very discouraging The officers report :

proving medicine was to dose. patients national connuUsioo of the World's fair, that the' Indians will not enlist .in the ED I mC = WEATLY

With various'drug and then, watch tbe that gentleman has received a I.tttr from 'Infantry under any circumstance, as .w i i1 ::I".JZ : EXECUTED AT THIS OFFICE:
the chief of the department of agriculture they adhor walking. They will nc t enlist w I:" .
flecU Many of the most valuable of the World s fair. Mr DeLeon in the cavalry except aa scout, because 1 .!.!. ", have been 41lCOnrbe It would be possible to use such a building five yean' service, ,nor to be su Ject to III P z Orders Will Receive AttenttynJ
: I removal to distant of the Prompt
for the proposed Alabama exhibit. part country. ;
homoepaias In the same I CO.iPsrtta,1 a_
way. The following answer has been received Then too they want their women with w i '.
from W. L Buchanan, who. .in chargeof them, and a great majority of the bocks CURED.
the dei'artmint of forestry: ire physically unfit for military service. ETS U1C& TRIAL
If you want to reach the people yon Ala. Dear It i* doubted whether a single Indian J: sum&
a4vrtbe i* this Mr. T. c. DeLeon Mobile : 'I. : GIVE US
hotdg paiwr. 81r-llm .in receipt through the director company can: be recruheQ.lra the west .,lULL QiSMO'......-,N.a,,. A TRIAL .

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tabor, and that we condemn t* propnsi-- .,M recall of Baton Tsva. It Is MANSION
I TALKS don now..before'tho legislator to post The Alliance throughout the tobaera line that th s Italian entanglement f

pone this needed relief for four'year, belt of North Carolina have issued k salt will not again be a of allengrossIng ,
subject Advertised to be Sold for TaxesContrary ,-t
.*. for A convention in HeoJersonville on the public lntcrc and that it 'will tike
ORDER FROM 28th inst. Tho of this netting
> The Santa Rosa (Cal.) Dorxxrat'says, the usual tedious course of diplomacy ,
ALL SECTION). Tbe object of the Alliance, and will be the organization of an association. AND CABLE. Up to Monday night: several More-wood The home of ex-President' James, 1#. ,

dO\1htlC'll Is, to discover the cause of their for the |rotcctio'i) of tobacco grower, rioters had been arro-ted, and eight depu Polk, at Nashville! Tcnn.., In which his '
and other important matters cot neo'.ed: igcd widow now resides, in advertised t. ; -?\'I
declining prosperity and apply a remedy. ties who did the shooting. Tho aquin 1"
Items'of Interest to Alliance- Class legislation ha brught them to the with their interests. Epitome of Incidents before whom, the hearings were bo d bo sold. for fI ty taxes, amonntins to :1f
door of tho and from to held host $',DOII.) Mrs. Polk Is amply able Id pay p .
men Everywhere. porhou, any legislation pen Day found A precedent some w lit re,
that has for its object the exclusive The strong movement in the Allianceto charged ,with riot and earning concealed tho tuna, having A pension of ,|3kOOO, '

w nL u. tiie ia'ibtn nt It.O tS ewe ,,, give w men a mON prominent place in switchmen in 1.000 bail, while the deputies reo lying nearly 3.000 interest On her
ensreoty' ra MEW ElhJLUD.., others will bring no permanent: relief. A public! affairs seems to have spread t>i the I The strike of weapons charged with murder were released on state bonds, and. perhaps! does not know

4 m n. Jerry, Simpson of Kansas, who fair, chance to all and special privi eg t laojre. Not a few of its organizations. ington line is spreading' 300. It is said that tho wounded strikers that she is in arrears. In his will, President .

Is pushing the Alliunc'cane in New to none is all that l legislation can | crf r n. have discussed the matter fully and decided There Are nineteen coats of previously reported as having" died Polk attempted to keep the mansionin

England,'made a speech at Manchester, A political organization whoso purpose iso to give the women a wider field of the military hospital at Saturday, were )pitvately buried Tuesday' the family forever by bequeathing; stt

N IL, "A 'few days ago which was received help the f..rm 'without rerd to the action. The Connecticut senate has upon hU death, to the state of Tertnes-

with much enthusiasm immense rights of others might wee one Tlttery, s Australian ballot bill as it sec, to be held in trust "by the.governor, j '
by aa
aadicncti of New btft not two. The, greatest army that The Ohio and New Y'ik State Alliance !. house. P. T. BARNUM. or, if he should decline to uwume ths ,, .
farmers., Among other he said ever marched to battle is often doomed will be organized this month. Both The trust, then such A person as the leglsln- ,
The min who make the best legislators : 'to defeat by a blund. r or overconfidence start off with an .unusually large memo bill senate of New York The Veteran Showman Passes lure! may select, who shall nwuuh the

do not come from the rank of your n its numerical advantage, and the Alliance bership.m___ ___ ._i_ wor'd's: Appropriating fair, $200,000 Over the River. houso to be occupied and used by such
; educated In Kansas will shatter its prospects should it of his blood relatives! M have the
the cornfields and to the plows we went and to in PH k to Secure redress through class legislation. AN AGREEMENT Arguments In the The great showman, o'cloclf P. Barnum, name of Polk, prcferr'wff 'the pnr-

point of Intell and, Let the farmers concentrate tueiifforls I, case, in Washington, D. C. passed away at 6:84 Tuesday rstofkn, but if there lx none named
genre honesty ability, to relief of< cluded Tuesday. 'evening m the presence of hs grkf- house'' ia to Vat 1> 'used'
it was the bst legislature the state h".* secure by the reduction Between the Jute Trust and stricken Polk, then the ,
ever had. [Applause] For the first tariff taxes, free coinage of silver, and Alliance nradley'. nitro-glycerliie : family, at his home in Bridgeport by such other blood relations'M may b*

., time in Kansas a United States senator other reforms to which the Alliance is Representatives.The mile from Petrel, I Conn. He was eighty-one Jean designated. It i It provided that whoever

was elected without a scandal! The committed, and the people In general alliance and the jute trust have Wednesday and three men old. occupies the house shall keen it in repair

members whom the Farmers'Alliance had will flock to port. agreed upon the basis of future transactions Anew World's: Fair bill and pny the taxes. The relative/ with +

in bagging. A maximum scale of whom Mrs. Polk is now )living are not '
'elected went there and did what the troduced in the Illinois /: ;
. told them, and there was not peopie An etcbanze asks if all the Alliancemen prices baa been fixed, and with free eom- priating 1500,000 instead of blood relatives. It l.. contended that

.;"enough in the Unit-"; States to buy money them. are Baptists. It seems: that there ia petit on billow the scale, the business aa in the old bill. should the property be sold to some out
a fur ot L. j. Polk the agents of the al.iance have the .
There was plenty: of and q'IO'A.PresId accepted I The cruiser San Francisco \ its'S side party for taxes and a deed be motto,
one member offered money president of the National Alliance, ia a proposition of the Cordaga Bugging .day for Chili. is this would defeat the term of thowill. ,' '
_ was M As th I
high as 10.000 for his vote baptist preacher, and so is ul'erilltendent company representing all but one of the cru-ii.'r of the her and tho state could Dot ,any out., the ;f
; R. M. Humphrey of the colored National factories that were former! included in navy The It
;. and the off, i refuse I I. You need to watch be watched with interest. trust imposed on it. property
,as well ae when in Alliance, hi* being the only whl e man in tbe trust. 1 he regulations! began with very valuable, being two acres in el tent,

'. [Laughter.pray) + you* 'am Mr.. politics the or ic'ition. The pros! eDt of the the national tagging! committee, ,com I Dispatches Wednesday / .I/ and being in tie heart of the city, on the

that this McKinley Alabama State Alliance, 8. M. Adams, posed of Oswald Wilson, manager of the York city say that typhus ( corner of Vine nnd Union streets,
|says country is'rolling! in propcrity Is a and llordastate the mOAt co itnglous" and \ '
and its Baptist preacher the cx-presl lent exchange; M L. Donald.on.mRnager y.aJm.: -
wealth, and ,that
contented ,and will peopleare nnd cx-iccturer of the Geor"U State Alliance of the South Carolina exchange has made its apxinr; "nco in THEY GIVE TROUBLE. x
this happy. meet Rev. K. II. Jackson and for J. W. and W. L. Peek, manager of the Georgia I The secretary of the \ t
a speech by John J.
Iagall, who that 81,00)pcnone( Beck, a'e Baptist prs achen. 1 ho e litor exchange. At the recent met ting! of the the direct tax chums of the Those Counterfeit Two, Dollar.
say p '- of the Igreuirs Farmer the of the alliance state business mounting
sees one-half the wealth of the organ agent at Ilirraing- to (1,332,023, Certificates.A .
and country North Carolina All auccmen is Uev.Buyless ham, all the cotton states were represented Mate of New Jersey, '
| under such a condition as this can ,Cade, a D'lp'lat preacher.The .. except Georgia and North Carolina 613.: I IIII dispatch of Tuesday from Washington t'
-I I Which long be prosperous and ., olonel W. L. Peek, ef''the The printers' strike in the fays:' counterfeit (3 silver certificate '
happy of tbesn doctors are you seventh section of the charter of Georgia exchange cou'd not bee heretofore' described U causing 1
go cause Washington, D. C. ia (
b to believe? I inclined ,
going am to think the Colored Farmers' National\ Allmncn of illness in his family. Them )Ir, Os considerable trouble nt'' th* treasury ,dire'11I1ttmtot.
i that 'I plotnconceding 43 cents I /i
Tho !
subtreasury I
legalists right. .
Rod Not than tweDtl'of
:o-opcrativo Union of the United wald Wilson the chairman of the national with extra rates for more
plan i* the best that has ever I more
i States declares the object of this corporation e< tton committee, submitted the these counterfeits have come luto the
I a driy.
boen conceived, we believe. One year in ''I shall be to elevate the colored poo- proposition of the Cordage Baggage Company hands of treasrury official Tho extent

I Kansas we raised 230,000,000 busheU oft I pie of the United States by teaching ..d it was adopted by all the states The East German of the,r circulation, however J hoot known e
corn, which we from necessity sold for Methodist Episcopal rlIINIAI T. DARMVM. bear close resemblance to I k''
them to love their country and their represented. Tho Cordage Bagging Company us they 10 a
F15 cents bvshel, !, although it had cost home; to care mere for their help ess proposes to guarai tee a maximum more, voted 41 to 1 ago During the period of Mr. Barnum's InValidism tho genulno note that they cannot Ce ut'1

|n* 21 cents to raise the ..>me. Later we and sick and destitute: to labor more price of 6| cents per yurd for one and a women as delegates!! to the and confinement to the IIOUM, i eudiy dekot'tot except by an expert. Th*

bad to bay it back at 50 cents per bushel. e rnestly for tho education of themselves I half pound, 6} cents tor one sad three ference. which began twent weeks ago lust Issue regular eriM of !$1

_ ('Would Under the anb-treesury plan all this and their children, cspeoi .lly in agricultural quarter pound 7J cents for two (pound DrallJtht men in the Friday, there have" been. .frequent fluctuations her, coitiflcatc bus ben suspended'tuul|
[ have born avoided. 'We
in and ', struction and repair of the in UU condition. At 8:30 o'clock lor the
pursuits. To become better f rm- 7} cents for two and a half pound : arrangements are wsa*
[KansK Lave borrowed a great deal ere and laborers, and less wasteful ia jute banging! and agrees to moet competition i I meat are not sat I-fled with Tuesday aftern on, Mr. Barnum sank Intoa of a lubsUtu\o The original beasts a M

your money at a high rate of in- their methods .of livin.;. To be more below this i-cale. They agree to ''are rapidly resigning to comatose condition, from which it was portrait Oenral Hancock, and tho

greet, the interest in fact, being so obedient to the civil law. To become supply all the jute bagg ng the allianoomcu l' with private firms. evident that there would but lit lu hope of substitute will h"y that of''Secretarytl y

_deeds nigh that we Could not meet it, and bun better> citizens and truer husbands and want. The alliance business agent, I Mrs. Lillian Hull has been his again. returning to consciousness indor. W bile tho old scrlc lust DoL'h'eo '

of our farmers have been evicted wives. it accreting this proposition, agree to Rockville Coon, charged When the end finally came, it \Vall'ellre.! I calledin, none of the uotes of thterls

f from their fArms. Give them a chance, ,.*,* take what jute b gging they need from lent use of this mails.' Her ful, and to all nppciiranco {painless. Time coming into the treasury, will

ad they will pay renumbering thai your The Alltanet Defender (Excelsior this sourCe, always provided that it meets to app al' fur charity. through physicians any that Mr. lliruum hud norganicdia > I rhl'"ad. The department Uatao itsactl
|ntereat A millii of I
are onra. men are compctiti,>n and ; the ments in >'use whatever, the enfeeble<< tho advisability
Spring. Matins: jorae rjeou.e.: even supplies goads papers( considering di.o.
roping this oountrj to-day, according members of the Alliance rpposo the idea promptly. As'Georgia was not. repro.,]I General B. F. Butler, of heart action which had been apparent for liniilnir! the use of the distinctlvo paper
Senator In alle, and
n> beouuso of: the sacking vicious lor work, of the !government loaning money to i seated in the Birmingham meeting, the ha received from tho the punt few months being due to alto on which government nOk'and aocurUIo! ,

vhtch legislati n farmer ou the 'ground that there I i. uo 'sumo propo-llion wa< submitted to the treasury $200,000' for )property I gradual failure of his general mental tire u"w pilntbd. C ,nml"onf: a.

erald b
ud stody ponder tucau mitten.. to loan money to those in debt. The idea exchange at a meeting in Atlanta i and B strict, Washington, I A BUIKr BKKTCIL setters and use of ( \ to rporC.
by so doing will learn to ca>ot nntelllgent i
you is not understood. We do and it was whkthei the r.0- ,
ba,lot. At the contention not advocate unanimously accepted Theltmo.t tranquillity Phlncas Taylor Jlirmim was born at Iltt'rcw' government
which me nomination that anybody should be taxed, but that Thu importance of this action "y l all the throughout the coke rgion Bethel l. Conn:, July 9, 1810. After clerking : quire any additional, safeguards, ia ''that

ere i was but ease gave white my shirt and two the government make a new i issue ef paper state agents of tho cotton belt but one is i, Is reported that several of the awhile he opened a country store, r.pce. .. t

bite collar to be seen, and thero wo : money, full legal tender, lending: it to very bind great. Even if the action does not I panies in the region will and made money out of various: lottery STORMS IN ,THE NORTH. 1"
farmers without the intervention tits t3ub-Allrances, the recommend. ,
\ a lawyer in the entire gathering al- of effort to resume work at Khemcs. In 1820 ho became tho editorof

ough the diet ict covered more terri- tanks, thus increasing the volume'of ation carries great weight. When the 1 A small riot occurred Th fiitnbury Herald qf Pru
1 than the entire state of New Hamp- circulating medium establishing good Alliance paused resolutions boycotting ; Phoenix packing home, t>t to New York, in 1834, ho purchased Western New o h
". jute there few Allitnceinen
and b-flgi. were ,
ire, and contain d 70,000 voters. When prices restoring prosperity. g, by a crowd of Italians Joyce Health, an aged colored woman Englad.
who did not stand up Ho the fiat of the for (1,000 and exhibited her as George dispatch of Frkliy from Boston, ,
i can hold a convention and not have a for |1 a day. They were ,
yer present we begin to think we are The Iowa State Alliance has bean reguarly order though it cost them over a dollar a shower of stones from tho Washington' nurse He made (1,500 sayst The .tor throughout New flag, ,

ttlng awfully near to heaven. [Liugh- organized and officers elected. a bale. When they make a fiat which night/ out of tho show, and soon hadmoney land is very severe, A ala niKthcait
relieves them of this extra cost therj is Ex-llcpresentatlvo J.orenl' O'i" gale II I with a
Foul,teen to small traveling blowing ore thf,1coast
'.] What we want is al, condition ofIDIfI county organizations were represented : enough organize a> bYl'1al
Nebraska will bo .
every reason to believe that they will all and now ia i ie:
at the meeting of Intel- With this sometime :
; that will give to everybody aoual. by men of. tho I company. company t.ln r" neJ' "
stick. It simply means that, hy one secretary treasury In a fourteen Inches of
L.chance and the blessings' and cOIn- ligence and solid substantial character. during the thirties ho traveled south., thro1lhu' "M
to fill tho caused
clever stroke half the bagging for the vacancy by tern England.
before ward in when there few one
i of life a condition of things that the meeting adjourned between wagons, wero All"inl
ascot of General ,
coming year has been sold ia advance on to four hour whtd''reacbe 11 admit of the man silk forty and fifty organizers were copimis-{ town and fewer rsilroad Ho Tbc
pnor wearing York. dlacoY"'j'
band white shirt if he wants." [Ap- toned and equipped for the field, and a terms mutually advantageous to maker I Bred Tom Thumb and the velocity of .lt11Ie.a hr..Tf '
ause.1 vigorous and earnest organizing cam- and consumer the recommendation of Secretary Tracy made a through Europe, meeting Queen Victoria center of the .
the business agents leaves too farmers free republican club meeting 8:80 o'clock lu the harbor
P'lgn.was at ,once inaugurated._ In the and other crowned heads. Later he I m. tbf
s'r"' near future tbe great state of Iowa, will to buy cotton bagg ng if they p'efer, but Wednesday night brought Jenny Llnd to this country, and tide is highest for alt moutlis. ,Conslderable .

B>: THIRD-PABTTISM Df SOUTH OUfOLU take i'.. place ia the very front rank of as the ju'e ia cheaper it ia not likely that pasture in the employment made a fortune out of her. He failed in damage lit been done t' I .

P: W.: J. Tolbert, the state lecturer oftthe Alliance states. many will now buy cotton bagginir. One navy yards-that is the business many timed, but always picked Many veiwulslont or dragged anchor

Alli-e in South Carolina sounded of the directors was' asked how this would tic will not be considered.The himself up again. Ills museum in and drifted o the flat*. A few,.chooe,

| he keynote of the campaign <
ijPrangebarg several days ago,'where'he The Farmers' of Mississippi! is machinery to make cotton bagging. Johnston has been filed at the world. He was a staunch republican damaged by being driven. against the {

nada several speeches, and granted aadterview beginning an active fight to secure the "Their machinery was bought with a view and the court directed that' and was once defeated for congress wharves.

to the reporter Among election of successors to Senators George to cony,Ming it to other purposes," said), ministration be issued to in Connecticut. Ills books "Tho f JIBW TOMK. '-
bther Tolbert said that the Alii- and Walthall who favor the sub-treasury ic,""and they can do that now. They trurgjCl .
Lane'ef Bal'lmore, executor. Life of I', T. Barnum, and A New York : Tb.hcivv, .
had endorsed the St. Louie platform scheme, and to this end are seeking to have bad a large sale at good prices and tlegrl..a 3
oce ,
of the estate i. estimated $ Triumphs, and "The Humbug of the storm which a I*n Fri i.

tt Ocala, aid did not propose to supportBny influence all the members of the order to. they are not hurt." __ Andrew.Todt, Michael World," have been widely reAd. Mr.Baruum day night did eonriderl'd.m| tbi ( *,.
vote against the candidates for the
who I fa opposed to tho demands of legislature .
man frequently I lectured on temperance particularly to the ,
Ruahock, three Hungarians, elt
not to their dem.nd.. The QUIETING DOWN.
Btese ooaventioa "There sold he pledged
and wssVcoompanled
the murder of Michael other fJOpulaul\b. He Will storm outside of the,city. -
order in the state is almost
foot in which the laborKganizatioas composed exclusively -
U* movenMat heavy
killed in the labor rIot at always rainy by
of d mocrats and it Is
of the United States are in8mted > proposedto The Italian EmbrogHo Assume works at Braddock Pa. last charitable: and many of the greatest men mow, and this, aided b/ the bkh$ wind "
do their work in the democratic
| to have convention in February, prims'ries. :;} of the his Intimate friends. the wires 1
ing1 a Milder Aspect. day were, on'WeJnesday, << country were lemoraUu telegraph, .to a
1 93. It is a poop'e'* move. The Alliance Several times during hi. career he wa'
It i it that the and bo banged. "red UII!
reported president -
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of this n.teI in with this sentiUsaent. !- forced to begin life anew without dollar .
We ,demand a change in the The personel of the new Florida legislature his advisers are very much gratified eves Senator George F. but people felt so much confidence HOW HE WORKED 17. =,.
the latest from Premier dl liu- mont who has been In the
of the and ifSws is novel and remarkable message ,
monetary system country a a oee. in hit
__ integrity and ability that they were
can't get in one way, we will get it in&oother. Tbe body is composed of 100 memb-r, din!, wh ch: was the *ubj( at the cabin t me ting Friday. Theyre nearly if not quite all of 1 Tu
i Tne Alliance U a Simon pure in joint session, of which sixty are aliiancemen. been directed in other channels he
urer to Obtain Cash
inclined to think that it indicates 10earlYlettl..rnelll been of the I
J political o aniu.tioo. We intend to have Among the first duties will be I i republican would have distinguished himself in
"reform. or.. by the way, we will knows election of a United States senator to sue- of the d plomatle war. signed, the resignation to more useful and reputable walk of life. Horace McKIm, who wa chief clerk of aex

the reason why. We want the good well I I reed Senator Call, whose term hat ex- The milder tone assumed byll/udlnlla lit day of November! next. A* I it was he made himself the prince of -City I Irexsurtr flake, .1 ebJ.'
and who candidate all meaa to Marquis Imperial! is, it licowrfured This coot reacts that (23,000of Kansus City'. ;
"f.f all, but beg the friendship of none, pired, is a for re-e'en many \ bowmen. conlnt
,;'ana: all that a man opposed to us has to tion. It is believed that the al:liance will due, to the clear: state- held between the steel ________ ____ Tuesday, for the fret time to, '

do ia to step aside and let u* pass, or we cen'er on ODB of their own mea whose agent: ; of our government's position by imp'oyei, at Joliet, 111., have THE LAST TO DIE. he knew about the dfaeatl: Ila'Vavft

f will run over b-m. The Alliance wants name has not yet been mentioned. Secretary Blaine, supplemented by the an arrangement of the wIIK<'* the shortage began in Bptb"" 18t%

t. to bring about a |peaceful and quiet revolution very able presentation of the case atline least until the close of 181/2, The Sole Survivor of the Fort when Illng-ton, Peake .Th*

t but if it cannot come by peaceful I I .The Fanners''Alliance. organization. is [ by Mr.;Porter, United btates minister six months notice mutt I Ie Hlms Massacre In t 813.A. ex-trcusuier was a member of that Cm,
i there. desired either side and before the }
methods, it must come by some other all New change by just lau max .
method. We gave asked for relief from New way York over and England, If this government eon.lders the question lag scale Is adopted J. Morale died Wednesday at hi* good out of the et,'* fJuf ov

,I one rsprfsentative at Washington, and as has covered Pennsylvania.It of of iodou,nit/, the inquiry will no A London calegrain of home, In Iltflin Cleburoe county Ala.. oral! large check: the fr -
already a large part
)Maine and started aa Alliance at '
paper allrg-d subjects of Italy killed ia New of the fifteen penon..ho escaped I'eake also of the
WM treasurer
.. will come a day whea angry people will Thomaston. In New York and Pennsylvania notified Lord Salisbury, the Central
Orleans, whether they were compelled to : from the Fort Mints the Prcsb terisn. and had]
appear at the gates of justice and demand the Western branch separate from minister, that Germany will massacre church: wren sillyappropriated
the rights ia a mood sot to be changedby the Kansas and South' rn branch, has Its leave their native land under a promise southwest Africa, unless the <. tragedy Alabama's history, sheet 13,800 oC It*
lever to return and were compensated to ma* acre occurred In July 1813 dur churth's When
reason,. or whet the flag of retributionand Connecticut i welt man cjndicate: succeeds in money.
pretty leave, etc Should it be found that these the Creek war. Five hundred and drawn the
wrath is relied, it will be too late organized and the other states are falling proposed capital. It Is on hiD by th. J
-al- men left the country Jur their country' ia the fort la Clark them .
; lor reason., *y candidate for pr i into line the turn required can be people were pay instruct hl c b y
dent has to support the Alliance plat. good this government would hardly COIIMat A London cablegram of and were just going to dinner, warran't into the cash d" to'p j
the to eompeosaU their families It wa* the gate opened and all feeling him >
form. Tolbert is regarded as ex. | SoutAtait Enterpntt (Po'pular Bluff A movement ha Un it-' tbe against (l Wkeltevee
ponent of the AUiaoce sentiment In South Ha) sari: "The cub-treasury plan is, al o rcpored that at the cabinet meeting a gigantic trust to coot'ol the ., when 1 000 Indian made the at- bDamD would .a, Investlj.'O- '
etttr was read from either Baron lava tack. of the inmates
almost Many were women lion
be regarded as I'eake would
Carolina. It borrow
aasy fast Ruining ground. It ia becoming the the collieries ia Y rksblie" ofc.
certain that the state will not be on the leadlag principle fa the decalogue of be or Marquis Imperiale, intimating that the Derbyshire and btaffordshlre. i children and all were butchered aud enough cash CYC t.hO ;

: democratic column! In 1801 if there is a national platform. This principle i* becoming recall of the minister wa really but a cd object of the new trust except the flfUoo dorm of out at

L third party candidate in the field. I fixed upon tbe mind and heart leave of absence. the consumer in direct '<, cloy of the battle ) was a A PREACHER INDICTED
The dispatch from Marquis dl Rudlal' and
volunteer with two com
i resolutions of the people. Public sentiment throughout Italian premier was laid before the ea': i- producer, and to place the 11100. leaped the stockade beneath Outcome
by the ; Newspaper
; Among the passed the rank and file of the Alliance i* less fluctuating basis. The a
net by Secretary Blaine and discussed for the Indian crouching. He
? Indian State Farmers' Alliance at a recent centered this were 1
: on in
strongly Texas
tbe following: uR a time. Later Secretary: Blaine f sid that .. wounded ia the shoulder a* he
f meeting were in favor of the free qoeetion and either petty" will have the he would Dot be able to give, out anything erans, who have served in his run to the neighboring swamp A dispatch of Wednesday from'Dtlb*.
solved we are sidetrack it
.* coinage, of silver. That we,demand the courage to for publication now, us the exact State a'my and navy, met la settled many year ago la Clcburoe Texas, says: The gan jury hlrt\.el

alien I text of tb. marquis' note remain a **- city Tuesday and; adopted ", where bet reared a ar.nerosamity. two Indictments
is passage Of law prohibiting owner-takeprompt I ton.published at Boa- cret and it i* regarded a* possible that It"m favoring an organization to be .Rev. Itubert T. Hanks, a acted t&ptlst
ship of Wad and that congress
Orange the United State Regular
obI organ not be made public until the secretary llflne ad'eltorofTIW.ter' i
{ actioa to devise some plan alien to and- I in New England, and it inserts that the : ha prepared hi* reDI,. Navy Veterans. A copy of the Governor Holt. He I I. lib111
tain all land owned
I now by Farmers' and 'the Farmers' were sent to various ; & (Hardy, .\ and
Iforeien eyed ale and that all lands now L fe SWg I. ,
find w Rlot. for tndorwfinent. '
i held by railroads ADd other corporation! *. I League do not any strong antagonisms The request At Raleigh' .Wednesday Lieutenant t. II. l"haln. pb
of the
osed b in the Grange. The members Twelve trick 1 homa )L Holt wa installed uf the Mme f.ih 1 be oCt n*
a. f exec** of such a* U actually ) -
them be Ialiaed by the government Grange are taught to cherub in their Quid reigned throughout the e ke re- Trenton, :I. J., announce a governor tit North Carolina to fill tin ia having Ia hi* pttp that
towards all other
:: sod held for actual settlers oa'y.' That hearts etery kind feeling which seek to pOI Frldy morning No outbreak Bas wages, beginning1/ Tuesday, of caused by the death of Goven 01 the dliDt tm p taa.1q
associations ...
-I we drawl a law making noil and void order and xxurnd sine the fatal raid .f Thure- per cent. The reason *. Chief Justice Mmlin admits yen of Tbe Baptkt

and BacoHeetabln any promissory note, promote human welfare.It day and while the situation l*tU grave tailing off ia the demand ltnd the oath la tho preteuie of tt,. Herald and notorious liars, Th* lodlet-

doe bill, stock bond, or whittle mortgage .- that the presence of the nilirla ba bad a reaakuriag There was aa oversupply! list officer. mnt are the- outcome of& bitter ew.
Germany la a I. jf"o4 fur tb between
otbrr itvideaea of iadebtcd- U reported effect the Two the | respect paper war The Western
upon peep
or aay Alliance that is growing tUra'itas considering the Kincaid Mid The Texas Bp
gar held after the first Monday Jnno Farmer regiments are Wry on the ground fully Emplorr* are ) Acquitted. lpt HtrIO.
po-erful ia that country as its Ameri- of striking. :Vgal content bid become a tnsensattoaal
of any yea, providrd the same shall nothave equipPed aad fur acti a. ..Ad.j t .
has already become in the A Washington dispatch: The jury on*. flanks 1*
he aascss-.s' stamp upon it, show- tall prototype tanc General Mi.C'lclLaad and Brigadier Sunday' dispatches say : says one
lag that the same has been listed for taxatiM. Caitel a State Count Von Moltke and I Jtneral Wyl, are ia cowllUlld..J. will flame I* not yet prepared to the cue 01 KincalJ newspaper q>rre.poAdeDt
That ... are ia favor of cutting Price Uitmarck, bob of whom are saidto remain a lag a* thcr i Ia any danger of anything throwing additional charged with the murder of ble wrists J IVsa* ,
be farmers, have announced and r nia Taolbcf of Kentucky, la Georgia sad ha
tow* the bi* fee and sabuie of coq sty practical another raid. The unc-rtalaiy and fear tbelialiaa situation, Ala Je' -
their allegiance to the Farmers' AUUace. 1 be to all e. night brought la ft verdict; ; ol Georgia.oJ
and state of&oen to oorrupood with the hove proven aa awful slraia upon both should contrary 11 Ipl" I .
sudden &

tow prioa of prod__ aad low warn ot striker sad citizens. aotber bonUbUl ai a guilty. ,

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I 1TIE EAST COAST. JtflVOCA1% FRIDAY. ra. 17; 181. .

-f ME) EAST COAST ADYOCATE 4- it might Jbe z 'a:.good, ;plan! for the ; .NEW ENTERPRISES.I miles south to Key West and'the In order ship JAMES FIUTCHARD, T eIIsuwxCaeBArnattr; Vice-President; i
reach New ,
State to If he )1\na ,- W'
eee < can some

A wzinv jor-BNAb-thrown to TUB, DITEUorMcrrortnc phosphate ''deposits on Hier lands? rumor can be relied upon, better meats go time at'llower than those rate from,and Indian make INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

IKDUII BIVCB. AXD and begin to develop them with several Important enterprises,preg River via Jacksonville. Lleut. ,
convict labor. Somethhg will nant with benefit to the Eaut Coast, Henn, who has traveled all over (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.) ,

have to'be done in raise have assumed definite shape. In the world pronounces the climateof Authorized capital
order to $100,000
Avenue, TUusville, the'matter of railroad it
: Washington building, coast of Floridaas
Indian RIvcr.'Flwida.: money to run the .government; in Is almost certain a new line, which the the southeast best on the globe. The :iii-: :'\c.v. Paid up capital, $25,000

case senate' bill number seven has just filed articles of Incorporation people of the United States are =:JI Average deposits, $100,000

should became a law the collectionof ( with the secretary of tate, ready to appreciated good thing, ----

PUBLISHED EVEHY fFJlIDAT. taxes! wiU .suspended-for five ledge known and as the Atlantic Lake Railway Je lltlUP, Eock Com and capital is always ready to supply Transacts a General Banking t
--"""- the popular demand. We are _

J/IIteI'ed/ at the Tltnnvlllfl PmiUffice M SecondClMi years. pany, has stolen a march onthe: entering upon a period of wonderful Business !
Mall Matter. J., T. and K. W. R'y Co. The tine "So mote it f
IT is ,tile universal 'criticism of has been surveyed and the right of development. be'1
I r : Largest and Oldest Bank on the Rier
strangers, that if Titusyllle 'had a way secured the entire length, and ANOTHER RAILROAD NEXT -
TERMS, Invariably In :Advance,
first class hotel, :her streets put in now it is positively asserted f that a Dl CTORBiJAA.P.1rcHARDW.n.BARSITr
*Bj Check, rwtal Order, or One. and Two 'Cent large force of hands are already at SEASON. : '
1.OIItag.8tam.* a condition ( ldent
approaching decency
: work grading, and a contract let of the National Rank of Jacksonville, J.H
.... ................ DOBKEB (Vice-Pteeldent National Bank
i..Year,............... .I.II and the obnoxious ad nauseating off
...Moulin,...........,...............\t......10..01 out for a bridge across the St. The people of Cocoa and Rock b Jacksonville BROW! ), W. 8. GRAHAM "and W. M.A .
Tlmtt Month,..,........a.................... MBtogle appearance of the river front Remedied Johns at Long's Bluff. 'There is ledge are elated at the prospect of CORBBSPONDKNTS.

Copy,....>,..............bN........... lie! it would, not be a :bad plenty of capital hand to push having a railroad at those points Seaboard Nationalkenk of New York and
Eat to any Addreil In U. 8.or Canada,Prepaid place to spend a few weeks or its construction, and the gentlemen before'next season, and feel 'confident -- National 20

: months in the winter The, having the matter in charge promise they will have it before the r.rI".rUSVILLE, FI.4.."
...... ....... season. i
'JEUtor: ,.. .j o. W Atnlt.S. GRAHAM. to have the line in operationand first of the We sincerely
hotel year.
...'_latt-Edltor" Manager.C. It WAtTox will probably be erected at ready for next season's bus. trust their hopes may be realized. INDIAN RIVER STEAMBOAT COMPANY

Sand Point or- Cape Washington, iness. The land owners and shippers Our: county cannot make proper ,
and if our will make in the Rockledge hammockare
people an progress as long as we are at the tArsL.
1re 110 Dot hold onnelre renponiilbto lor thelon
of oar correnpondenu, bus-we claim earnest effort, and all pull together' offering every encouragementto mercy of one corporation. Competition
ei.rlgbtto reject any commonlcatkm.4nia the new line and some of "them
quite a transformation might be,! is the life of trade, and
.Qanmnnieations rablleatlon menthe writ- have even gone so far as to agreeto railroads have never failed to promote .
*w plainly on one aide of the rarer only,and made fn the condition -of our trees to j
.Id In every case, be b1 the move bearing so as the development of the country
qw ter'. name and acldre, not neoemiarllT forgedaltwUon streets. A line of piling ought to furnish the necessary right of way.On which
Win. through they pass.
bat of
i at a guarantee good
be driven about two hundred feet the other hand the same Individuals The representatives of the pro ..,

C- from shore, extending from the assert their determinationto posed road to Rockledge appear to --- r

ADVERTISING! RATEStOM railway dock to the Indian RIver contest; every inch, in case the be business men, and the presidentand STR. ST. AUGUSTINE-LBAVKS: : TITUSVIIAE

Pima YsAL Hotel, and the space between the J., T. and K. W. R'y Co. should treasurer. are heavy capital Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 7.-00 a.m.,arriving at Ormond at 5 p.'m. i.

tIlOII...1(1,0S piling and the shore filled in. attempt to extend its line south of ists. They are evidently of a less AEAVKS OtI.MONDTuesdays

Twotnch,. 15.00 With this improvement, 'our riverfront Rockledge. The City' Point growers windy character than the many Thursdays and Saturdays at 7 a. m., arriving at Titusville at 5 p. m..

nraefocb,. 20.00 would be quIte. respectable. lay that the latter. road cannot railroad builders who have stirredup STR. ST. SEBASTIAN-LEAVES TITUSVILLE j

Four Inch,..... 25.00 There is at present a beautiful go through a foot of their property our hopes, at frequent intervals, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 5 p.. m., arriving at Melbourne at 12 midnight .,
Yi lv.Inch or Quarter Col.,. ftUM
until do of' the
HaUColMan. MOO white beach from Capt. Brav '1 they so by way for the past five years. But we LEAVES MFLBOUBNE

if hole COIo,.100.00I residence southward. Supreme Court.It have serious doubts as to whetherthe '
Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays at 7 at 2 .
I is not likely that the J., T. a. m., arriving p. m.
Vtar ftl.KontbR!,divide the yearly rate by two line will be constructed in time STR. bT. LUCIE-LEAVES MELBOURNE, WITH MAILS,
MA add 10 cent,. and K. W people will wish to extend ,
per for has
GOOD BREEDING. their line south of Titus'ville next season. Nothing Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 1 p. m., arriving at Jupiter, Tuesdays.
Jtor Three Month, divide the :yearly rate by been done in the matter yet exceptthe Thursdays and Saturdays at 8 a. m., ,
few and add 20 per cent.taeal when it is' remembered that they
of and
securing rights way a LEAVES JUPITER
.Advertisements. Ten Cent Per Line Mr. George William Curtis, in have about $300,000 invested in a Whether the Tuesdays '
preliminary survey. Thursdays and Saturdays at 8 at Melbourne
..Insertion. a. m., arriving on Wednesdays -'
the "easy chair" of Jfarper't JUaga- fleet of steamers and 1n docks, road will be built at all will depend Fridays and Sundays at 5 a. m.

Yard Reading Hatter, not In "Local Newt" zine, says : "A newspaper gains which would be rendered useless largely the report made by STR. OEOROIANA'-LEAvES TITUSVILLB
.slam...Five Cent Per Line Each Insertion. upon
neither character nor influence by by such a step; and especiallywhen the surveyors as to cost feasibility Dally (except Sunday) a't 6 a. m., arriving at Melbourne at 12:30 p. m.
lAp Advertisements at Legal Katei abandoning It they would have to .enter '
; good manners. etc., and upon the figures and LEAVES MELBOURNE '

All tile above rate are for one. edition per may indeed make itself disagreeable hostile territory hand 'encounter statistics showing prospective pa. Dally (except Sunday) at 1 p. m., arriving In Titusville at 7:30 p. m.
and annoying, and so silence violent and persistent oppositionfrom G. D.
tronage. It was reported, last ACKERLY W. B. WATSON, '
g- BUli collected monthly. opposition, as a polecat may effectually people who have sworn to ignore week, that a force of hands were Gen'L Pass. Agent. Superintendent.

Cheek etc., may be made.payable to'"Graham close the wood path which any overtures it may make. grading in the vicinity of Lake

(A Walton," you had designed to take. If may The course of this Company, dur I Jessup, but we find this statementis EAST COAST TRANSPORTATION COMPANY

1."HerohanU and all other. to whom we are be feared, and in the same way as ing, the present season; has been incorrect. Old settlers, who

Indebted will oblige ui by presenting their bills that animal-feared and despised.But suicidal. It has wilfully and persistently have been over the route, affirm;
tte lit of month for settlement. the ,
best interestsof
very prompt this effect must not be confounded i' opposed that, if the road is to be built in
with and its patrons and the record it
newspaper power time for next season, grading
Influence. It Is exceedingly an- has made will not soon be forgot
Address all communications to, across the St. John's prairies
ten. Its officers claim that the .
to be '
noying undoubtedly; placard.
should be done within the next
Indian River branch has
ed all over town as a liar or a never few weeks or before the
TlTUSVlLLI:, J'LORIDA. paid. If 'this'statement is true ,
donkey a hypocrite or a sneak-
r.OlIox,KB.P season begins, otherwise it will be
thief. But although the effect is the future outlook for its stockholders impossible to do the work before .
l is anything but enpour ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OP TOE STEAMER \
most unpleasant little SWEENEY.
A. H. very .' next winter. In view of these
: is required to produce it. A great aging.: facts we are inclined to think there GOING t'Tn-The Sweeney leaves TTTUSVILLK about ISO p. m.
There have been times when the GOING JToBTU-Leaves Titusville about 11 a. m. .
of the effect it produced but
Indian River Lodge, No. 00, Free andA.coept.ed will be no railroad to Rockledgenext
Masons, hold their meetings it does not show ability or force or efforts of the ADVOCATE in its flght winter, but hope we be The steamer J. W. Sweeney will leave NEW SMVBNA every Monday Wednesday ,
may and Friday at 7 a. m., stop at all intermediate
the seemed,to be points and arrive at ROCKLKDGK.
I on the FRIDAY on or before FuU Moon, influence upon the part of its pro. against monopoly mistaken. at 5 m.Returning.
ftC730: p. m., In Miuionlo Hall, in the Indian ducer. futile, and it was not certain '.thatj p. (
Elver State Bank building, Titus- the East Coast leave ROCKLEDOE every Tuesday Thursday and Saturday at 7"a. m..
Pipe Transportation and arrive at New Smyrna at 0 p. m.'CONNECTIONS.

'Yttltlng brethren are cordially Invited HON. H. F., ATKINSON OUR Company would not end disaster. Melbourne.Lovely .' .
, t13 attend ously from a financial point of With A. & W. R. R. at New Smyrna, for all points north via Clyde St. Johns ..t

WALTER 8. GHAHAM, W. If. REPRESENTATIVE view',; and be compelled! to throw' weather, but dry. River Line, and Clydes Steamship Line. .
merchants and shippers of Indian River
who wish
; to patronize this liner .
JOSEPH MENDELL Socrety.Former' up the sponge ; but if the cootin- The St. Sebastian had 28 passengers will please advise their consignors to mark their goods Via Clyde Line care 'of' "
At TallahaSse has already in. ued agitation of the subject In on the down trip last Friday. A.,& W. Ry. and E. C. T. Co. or Via Clyde Line care of E. C. T. Co., Blue Springs.

-* Alliance. troduced several important bills, these columns, and the protestswe The new schedule of the I. R. S. B. R. P. ADDISON, ,G. F.. PADDISON,

"TttosvUle Lodge of the Farmers 'alBaaee and if he continues his career as have made against the policy Co. it quite satisfactory to Melbourne General Manager. GenL Frt A Pass. Agt.

meets regularly on the first and begun will make an excellent pursued by the monopoly, have people.

third Saturday of each month' at the record, and at the close of the reached the ears of capitalists, who Saturday and If You Wish to Keep; Well Posted'on the-
Court House, Visiting members of the have taken advantage of the situ Monday were busy days .
session will be looked
upon alone with our merchants, nearly or quite
wderare Invited to attend.
of the leaders of the house. He ation, our labors have been reward. equal to any day this winter. Various Topics of Interest on the

ha. the of education ed and bourne fruit, though not in
advantage a good
Mr. J. H. Thurston and wife, and Mr. East Coast Subscribe
THOSE lucky tax-payers who the line If In for
and is a practising attorneyof we expected. ;our W. H. Thurston and wife, are stopping .
Bare pot yet fettled with. the .collector recognized ability. These qualities attempts. provide and promote at the Riverside. this ./

for the taxes of 1890 will are just the kind of leaven steamboat competition, we' have The Melbourne Is closed Paper.Mr. .

Lave the time for payment extend. that I. needed among the crowd of hastened the construction of a though a large party Is practically expected in a few, .
law maker railroad and, given the, people a days and will be accommodated. Ingraham ten acres are being cleared Lan Worth Inspecting.We .
cd for five years longer if senate He ha. introduced ''a competing line we have performed for Mr. Thurston, five acres for Mr. :
joint resolution -
Whiting, and five for' Mr.
I County Commissioner Chaffee was a Glllis-the
bill number becomes law.
seven; a calculated to hasten a report a service of which we 'are proud pleasant caller last week, returning from two, latter at Melbourne Beach. Add are offering five and ten acre lots

from the committee appointed at and consider the time we have'devoted the meeting of the board at Titusville. the plantations of Messrs. Phillips, I of the very best hammock land with the

THC. "elixir of life"' which excited the last session, to' make a new to the subject weU spent. Branch, Hector;Henry, King, Beaujean corners and boundaries .
' .Mrs. C. T. B. Eaton left, last week and others, and will plainly
The construction of line !'to you see sixty acres
so much interest a' few years digest of the laws of Florida so for a visit to friends In the Interior U none too high.Amateur. further cost for survey-one' mile

ago commanded attention not on that the present legislature may Rockledge will give steamboat prior to her return to her home at from Mima' station, postoffice and
have time to this competition an impetus for now Franklin, Pa.
ample inspect
school, at 25 to 80 dollars The
eientifio or logical ground. but Entertainment. per acre.
that the will have
important work. Sweeney an out Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson, Mrs. W. T. adjoining pine land Is veryhigh and
Imply because it emanated from He has also introduced a bill in- let it will be free to seek traffic Nesbltt, and Misses Elsie Nesbltt and rolling and the U ,

a man who stood in the front rank tended to extend the powers of the from the lower river,and from all Ruthle Wilson are recreating at Mel. A Doable Entertainment to be Given by to- healthy.neighborhood The land offer exceptionally
points where it will not be convenient bourne Beach. cal Talent at HaaoBla Hall Tltvavtlto, we
Railroad and
oC his Dr. Commission to
profession- ; Brown- pre. Is unexcelled In the State either for the
vent unjust discrimination between ,to'haul tothe, new line We see the Public Spirit speaks of Fla.: .ThoMdajr,April 3d. 1891.
Bequard. Senate bill number seven frost two mornings, at Cocoa. There culture of citrus fruits or vegetables.
baring been introduced by Senator competing lines of steamers and and there is no doubt, any freightshe was none here Monday and only a light Rich, drained muck lands, for vegetables-
to open up the water ways of the may deign to offer at the Titus- one Tuesday morning. Not satisfied with the success of "The or sugar cane, at $20.00 per acre; and
Hammond has
secured a hearing- yule dock will be thankfully received. high pine hills, for homes at $10.00
State to competition.When Celebrated Cane," peracre.
from ,our prime in
Reports all along the river and mover
bat not from merit it to
any possesses.UITPIK The J. T. and K. W Apply :
the question of tax reform R'yCo. Lake Worth show that; M usual, Mel dramatic circles have, at very short notice Indian River Loan and Investment Co.
Is being discussed he will be per. will abandon its exclusive bourne fare as we\1 I,11 not better, than organized, and will give another 8tf. Bobbins A Graham, agents.
the provisions of senate fectly at home on this subject policy, and there will be no sailing most places In the late frost entertainment on the 23rd inst, and this

bill number seven the State will Having had two years of personal craft so poor or shabby, that will Looks like we could '"rah for Call" time have wisely decided to give us a..

allow tax-pavers to retain all experience as deputy tax collector not find a welcome for its freightat soon. The Senator has many friends variety-In the shape of comedy. From For Charter by Hour or Day.

money due the State for taxes, for under the present law, he is famil the terminus of the line which on second the" river.Is the general"Call expression.Mr. first, Bloxham. the names of the plays and players we The 80ft cabin launch, Delphine,

five year by paying eight per cent iar with its defects. His views are repelled 50,000 boxes of oranges are given to expect; something above the U for charter, by the hour or day, for

or legal interest. This is a lower sound, and as an exponent of the .1 this season, and forced ten thousand Chicago Theodore In about Mlsmer a week.will The return rest to of average. There are to be two rollicking any point on Indian River.-Address, B.

i rate than a loan can be secured present statutes, and as an author. dollars worth of freight to the family will delay their departure till Ufy farces the, with most mirth ardent enough lover In of each sat-"A W.Jerome, Rockledge, Fla. janSmo

elsewhere, and it is probable ninety. ity on the amendments'' required, secure an outlet via New SmyrnavIt May lit, at least, fearing LaGrippe.The Charming Pair," envolving the trials of i

per cent of our tax-payers would I he will have no superior in the is also reported that a corpsof last of the fruit has been shipped the matrimonial world, with a matchmaking PCRFCCTCOCRYSTAL i

be glad to take advantage of theState' house. If senate bill number seven, engineers are at work near, from the Turkey Creek Grove, and the philanthropist, who mixes LENSES
Juno estimatesfor I trees show little sign of bloom as yet thing up of course and whose system
liberality, especially whenit introduced by Senator Hammond making preliminary The turns him. ass a*aa.t4tiley .
is almost certain that a future of Orange county ,which provides an iron pier; and that a million was In heavy June.crop of 1I10.u01lUo. last year, groom against, exposes"A and Spectre developer Bride ran ad Antrat

legislature will relieve them of for five years grace to delinquent dollar hotel will be built. J1 the mpsteries of superstitious impressions

payment of both principal and in.Iereat tax payers, does not meet with a That there Is an abundance of Melbourne Sundarought Beach a large them number to -love mounting supreme, and some
I ; among we notIced music
The constitution of Florida death blow at his hands we shall capital back of the concern under. I Mr. asa Mrs. Oeo. M. Rotblns, Mr. good and more as sincere.a relief to the softer-minded

provides that the legislature shall be mistaken.It taking these improvements cannotbe and Mrs. I.'O. Walton, :Mr. J. W. lluntluptoa Mr. G. W. Morton, of Mortonhurst
not remain in session longer than affords us great pleasure to doubted when it is understoodthat others., Mr. C. U. Walton, and a host of who has charge of the night's programme

sixty day. If the member., who realize that Brevard county has one of 'the VanderbUts and has promised a great many more laughs
constitute the The facility- with which visitors can than: we had tears With 'our last entertainment
chosen M.
present legislature, a worthy representative, Chauncey Depew are among
be and
transferred from river to as he is such ardent
makes an
Gave no better judgment than to and feel confident that direct bene. the incorporators. "The longest Melbourne Beach a favorite resort. A lover of the stage, the affair U he can
para senate bill number seven, ando fits will result from his efforts if way 'round is the shortest way large party were there Saturday-over carry out that idea-will be an assured
better material can be selected the farmers can. be induced to home" may apply to Indian Rrver. thirty- njoying the surf-bathiag. The success. Let the good times of Dramatic & CO.

ilL future, we suggest that an listen to reason and believe that We may find the cheapest aid and water the was warm, the ocean smooth If we Interest come; we welcome them and Have exclusive sale of these celebrated
day only give them fair
perfect. a
amendment to the constitution, any suggestion of merit can emanate most direct route to New' York to can expect an organization of patronage local Glasses in Titusville.

abolishing the legislature entirely from. disciple of Blackstone. be via steamer from Juno.:: 'The bUntod Nearly, between sixty acres of pines will be talent; that we may be proud our to recog ..AVLl rEB.'XELLUI a MOO& 'I

would be the proper step for the Read oqr newspaper columns for people of ship their Cocoannt Point the M.the i fifteenth.L R'y and of alas, and one that;will not fall us when The only Manufacturing Opticians In
hundred ever
" ..flo to consider, i legislative proceedings. products one and fifty August Betides the twenty acres of either they comedy Jive or their tragedy.annonncment of the South Atlanta, Ga. Peddlers are
not supplied with these goods.! ofeMmoI.

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'Dressed Poultry _of Eiery Inscription. 1 With a :Refrigerator, Ice Cream Freezer, Cooler, Etc., ." :

7RES,HOTEL EGGS TRADE, FANCY A !SPECIALTY.STOCK. At the same time. Protect You from Mosquitoes with! Screen Wire, green &: galvanized- ,; Windows: Door Frames.' ':

Orders. by wire filled MUM day! received. F. T. BUDGE, Titusville, F a.
Write for j particulars and prices.
JOjanSmo P. 8. JOIfl ETON, Maaer.JLieut. slon being over, we commenced the back Pictures 4 for SOrts. at Woodward's fl. R. OLMSTEAD t\

trail, and without event arrived, safelyat teat, Titusville. Picture of a whole ,

., and Mrs. lIe 'n at-Dis-' Ft. Dallas, all of the party in good family for SOcta. Also fine collection of The Pioneer Dealer In INDIAN RIVER j
cayne bay. spirits end pleased with the Jaunt., Florida views for sale. 8*t.f. LUMBERjjV

Mr. and Mrs. Henn express themselves GENERAL MERCHANDISE

as delighted with onr Biscayne region. \ .,,'.
Oa their Het um to England.Mt&Jft They leave us in a few days em their Notice.To CJC>: lp _.,_ .,>i -\ '\l'r :
homeward journey Many of us will All Whom It May Concern. Eau Gallie. { '" ,K! ,
: FLA., March 23.-Sunday miss their cbeerle but their 13 HEREBY GIVEN that apples '
1891. :
company Feb. GSth '
morning, March 22, Lieutenant Ilenn promise is to 'come again, They have will be mule to the Legislature of I keep In Stock a Choice variety of Incorporated, ,:. : ,:, ;

called the writer at'Fort Dallas the drunk from the charmed waters of the the State of norM..-at It* next MMion, to ps "
on ; a local or t hill to loealln the lnr) >ra- GROCERIES HARDWARE, TITUSVILLE FLA. "'f
yachtsman looked and radiant he Miami punch bowl. AU who do so re- tlon of the Town of lieu.: Gallic the COU1lt, of : t' \
gay tun; when we wish them au revolr and Brevarrt. and to declare the \lnasrporatlon of RQCKERT,TOILET ARTICLES ETC ," r I .\
looked as If the qteen's were no objects Ran Halite valid and of full force and effect and ,
cups hope that their words and views of "' ,
good '
i ;
\J .
to ilefloe the boundaries of aid Town of Eau And will 1 8111\1I Low as the Lowest. COMPLETE STOCK OF ,
to him; be shouted lustily ,M a our sualand will induce others like themto Halite, and to chance the prevent boundaries to
British tar who has accomplished: a sec come and see us.-Cor. Evening Telegram that the corporate limit will contain section Call and examine my Stock. 18 House Boat and Skiff Lumber :,s'. : : : : :'f
4, B, 8,ft 10, 16, 17, SO, 21 Mid M of Township 11 .. ,
ond Tratalger would shout, ":rhe prob Boutb,Range 37 Eut. "': \

lem 1> solved; I bare caught a tarpon in I Sofeb.aplM. J. E. ENDER' & CO.GvTatohmaltors., Brick, Lime, Cement, Fire-Brick, < :*, ,::

Biscayne bay: they are plentiful and will LaGrange. Notice.In '
"' Lath and
Mouldings Shingles / "
take ft hook mad I landed one weighing : ;.....

125 pounds. He made a good fight butI Mies Lena and Burnham Norwood of Circuit the Circuit of Florida Court,for In and thf 7th for Judicial Urerard AMUMANUFACTURING Brackets Pickets Tnrnej Work:t4'\ ,:*

got him. Mullet bait la the thing, and Titusville were most welcome guests of I county, A. D. 1891.. In Chancery JEWELERS .
Mr. and Mrs, Jacob*Feaster Sunday :3ECOTU9OS 2x* txxxoca.: : to Oxt3Lox ,, : ,:i :
Biscayne bay Is the best place for the CHABLM A. Burn) Titus"V llo. Fla. .
afternoon. v*. BID for Divorce. : f
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sport; Now I want to go*o the Indian LACK 8IUTH.WHER.K.U. ) r nnnaor.

camp. Cam 'We do it?" A few days since we were presented It appear by the bill of com Repairing of Fine and Complicated
with as handsome a string of fish as one Bled In the above entitled Watches; setting; of Diamonds and other Professional Cards. Jiiiiiiersjo.; '
There was no church service to be held could wish; the generous donor Mr. Willie
canllt't wont to by complainant; and that the Precious[ Stone
| at Miami a.a mission>to the Seminoleswas Wolf has our sincere thanks. said defendant Laura Smith, resides withoutthe Alligator and Hog Tusks Carved and jDca1c..ln
Ocouos Honours. WALTK S. GRABAM. t
State of FlorliU,and that she 1* over the .
decided on. It was it bright, crisp There Is a rumor afloat, that there will age of twenty-one Team, and that the plan oft Uounted for cane-heads, brooches, etc. GRAHAM '

Sabbath day, a blue and'gold day, a lad. be a sociable at Mrs Gruber' Friday e renldenre defendant I* unknown,and that Shell Jewelry made. RODDINS" DRY NOTIONS
Mild bill I sled for the GOODS
purpoeeof procurinft a
people be the lookout In
evening. Young/ on UJ-Ray s new building opposite
l les' day aed ladles wanted to go, so a decree of divorce between the complainant and ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,, ,. : ;
for well know what from
time I'ostofllce.
a corner
oifeur you defendant It In, therefore, ordered that the '"
party fair ones, chaperoned by is tn 'ou-If aid defendant, Laura TtrusviLLe Urevard Co. Florida. ,
store for ) there is. Smith do appear and Prompt attention to all orders by mall ,
Mrs. Hena, and under .the protection of amrwer add bill at the clerk'office in Tltunvllle. or otherwise. 21nov I' O. Box,1M.Wlllpncthoe. SADDLERY, ;
Messrs Care and Coats star- Brevard county., Florida on the
the valiant lieutenant and the scribe, ted Gardnert hunt to be Kth day of June, A. O. IMtl. er laid bill will betaken In all the count leu of the seventh STATIONERY, ;\' ';
on a
nit aald defendanlaconfessed.It Irenic and In the Supreme Court H|>ecliU fa-
j with the steward of the Galatea to cater gone until the last of the week; we have I la agalnut further ordered that the notice of this chilies for Examining and rfeeting land FAMILY MEDICINES,
and Andrew to handle the ribbons. An- our mouths filed for game when they return order be published weekly for the pace. of three HODGES & GODFREY Itle*. ('''"''. ion'
month in the Katr COAT ADVOCATE, a r.e_ and Heirs. to RI>&ItI.1I Grant
and will not be \
{drew who, as he expresses It, "fit on hope we disappoint icier published Tltiuvllle, Brevard cjunty, II Money to Loan. 1 CHOICE GKOCKIUES, e
ed. Manufacturers of
j both sides In the war;" and who even Vlorlda. HAY, CORN MAPES ,
Ordered at Chamber, In eLand, Fl*., this I -
I now looks back to 'the good old days Mrs. Hersey was out visiting her aunt., ,, 86th day of February,A.D. 1891. Yellow Pine Lumber Q GAULDEN, FINE PATENT FLOUR. .t
Mrs. Sarah Singleton Sunday; her grandmother JOHN D. BROOMK, .
I when he belonged te one of the F. F. Mrs. Andrews returned to Titus- Judge of the Circuit Court 7th Judicial Cr.cnitof Oooon, ''Florida.s. : '

V'./ vile with her and both have gone'down I certify Florida.that the foregoing I*a true copy of BOP fill DBE88ED, ATTORNEY..AT.LAW, I ..

, consisted of a wagon in the river to visit :Mrs Carl Curtiss. We the order publication made in this cane.Titnivllle Orange Box Head Fruit,* Vegetable Crate Tm'BVlLLE, FLA.JAS. W. Rogers
,Fla.. March and 18D1. ,
wish them
a pleasant
I which were the lieutenant, his steward A.A..STEWART, Clerk Lnmber delivered, at any iart of Indian River T. SANDERS DEALER
I Sunday as Mr. Cohen was absent the D. L. OAULDSX on through bill of lading. Anyone eontemplat. IN CLOTHING
and the four fair ones, Andrew at the Solicitor tmarSra lug building on the Kant Coant
I wheel followed by a road cart manned pulpit was lined by Mr. Chaudoin. complainant. write for prl....... The Pawnillls\I tltuated on the ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Gents, Furnishing Goods, Shoes Hats
Many were! out from Mims. Mr. Chaudoln J..T.* K.W.By..t mile south of ralatka.AgentM ,.
I by the writer and commanded by Mrs. delivered his evening sermon at Notice.NOTICE .I Cocoa,E. Billing j Eau Gallle, Eugene Will practice Circuit In of all Florida.r. the Court. of the Seventh.Jadtelli.l Caps, Umbrellas Trunks, Valises -
Henn. Westward hoi was the cry. that place. Sorry we were unable to bo IS HEREBY GIVEN of th _forma- GrooVIl ..
Edith, not Enid, WM our "guiding star," out. i of a corporation, to be known a* the Satsuma lIlghtR, Putimu, co., Fla. Money to Loan. tQIC. The only house In town making '" y ,
Canaveral Land and Harbor a upo- .
I for she it was who Iknew 'the haunt of Dr. Wiley rides through our town ," with place of buMnen ImprovementCompany at TltuivIlle laity of Gents. Furnishing Goods. ,I. .

I the !Seminole the home of the "red very often on his way to his Beautiful Florida Th.general nature of the business to 'GEO. ALTREE, M. D. L. DODSON, Drop In and examine>> my stock and
be transacted by the will be the Improvement /CgCS ,
place just north of Slims the Dr. Is cer- company /
I fawns-of the tlowe and." ; harbor compare prices. Cash customers
of the
at the Bight of Canav.eral BROKER AND COMMISSION command
tainly to be congratulated In the AGENT
possession ,Jn Brevard county,Florida; UieconHtructl- consideration
For about two miles we jogged along of so handsome a farm; ho owns the on, maintenance and operation of a Tier at Midpoint SPECIALIST IX OPERATIVE SURGICAL claim to confer. competitor.
j pleasantly; soon however a bottle, of largest grove df any one around here. ; the buying Improvement and telling of Titusville, Fla. ,
real eitate the bnlll InK of a resort and of a Call when convenient. First door
I ginger pop, held'by Miss Maud exploded Mr. Roberts' and daughters, Misses commercial port at a Rite to be aeleoted by thecompany Agent for Pianos and Organs;; Florida A MECHANICAL DENTISTRY, ,
i add harbor and the bulnei Brick and' Lime south of ADVOCATE office.'
I on ; general ; New Process Gasoline
and her white vestments were some Mabel and Lillie of Mlms, were In Titus- i *of a town site company; the construction Stove that cannot explode. TmrsvnxK, FLORIDA. .
what crimson-dyed from a hand cut by vile Wednesday; we understand Miss I and operation of a tramway connecting said site
Lillie has down the river to visit with the Banana River. The amount of the Will at all times handle every dl crlpt- DIXON & .
I The wound was dressed friends she gone has our best wishes for a capital stock: anthorlnd shall, for the prenent, Ion of New and Second Hand Furniture.In B. L. WILLS, GRAY: ;
; be five thousand dollan.0 be In full. y\R.
and the march resumed. The road be- pleasant time. The company shall commence its paid corporate np *z- fact will get anything to supply the Dealer In '

came'rocky the palmetto 'roots protru- liitence a* soon a* Its article of association and wants of the People.Tradesmgn's PHYSICIAN A SURGEON, Chemicals
Toilet '
Misses Hall Wlllmett and Johnson by-law are Bled with the Clerk of Court of Brevard. Soiled blocks Disposed of. A graduate of the of Pennsylvania Drags, Perfumery .
ded. The heroine of the Galatea said boarded the train Tuesday morning county and with the Secretary of State, Will sell Commission University '. ..
private .
pn by treatyor .
Articles Has "
and of I.
an Soaps
and continue for the term of twenty yean.The experience twenty Stationary '- -.j"
there was a lifgh'.sea running, 'but we bound for Aurantla; they were met at builnem of the company will be conducted Public ,Auction, anything you wantto Jean In practice, offers his services to .,' ,
I could not reef. At length the prairies that place by friends and all had a pleasant by a president, secretary and treasurer,ami aboard turn into money. the citizens of Titusville and Yicfnlty. JEWELRY I" :
trip to Mr. Dickinson's where they of not leu* than three director the number Cask advanced on Goods for absolute SPECTACLES ASEWING '' p.
which show the commencement of the most to be Bzed each year by the etockbolder.. OFFICE: OVER J. w. ROOKBS co.
but It is
enjoyed a delightful day
sale. '
! : The officer shall be elected by thedlr.ctora who. MACHINES', ,
reached and all went
Everglades.were needless for me to try to describe the hall themselves be elected by the stockholdersat I "
I smoothly on Again. The lieutenant pleasant day spent at Aurantla. guests of the annual meeting to be held on the lint .s LA RUE P ELY, Guns Pistols, Watches and!
Tnewiay of March of each yearThe hlghett J4 j Machinery Repaired. Clock,
Mr. and Mrs.:Dickinson and. their Interesting
[preached. He gave the sermon which amount of Indebtednea* to which the corpora.tion and Jewelry a Specialty
I ,daughters. Just, go yourselves can at any time subject Itself ihall not ex- JUSTICE: OF THE PEACE ITrn DIST
and other dams
tells of nepsidam ; and see. exceed ninety; per cent of its capital stockrrwioirr i A'a Notary Public for Ux State st Large. School Hooks and School Supplies.,
I awakened his hearers to shouts of laughter paid'", Contractor and Builder of over 10 years' sips- Subscriptions taken at publisher' prices
Victoria W. TtTTTLB lenoe. Natural FlnUh a Bpeolalty for Newspapers, Books Magazines, etc. .
; his preaching overcame Eau Qaliie., BmxEV WILBDB p. J Jft.
horse OBO.M. KOBBIM.WALTBB i MELBOURNE FLA. Prescriptions carefully compounded at ,
the ; she blundered she fell her. 8. OaAHAiC, .
'- 1 ; any time, day or night. I. .
name was McGlnty; mad, anything that i WILLIAM WOODWARD, = ,. .. .

was down From the rostrum to Mr. C. Young has a force of men busily e-.c Inoorporaton.. tit : : 'GVU11.AD Putoh, ..... (. If, .

engaged In clearing off the lots belonging 0 Drayman.Hauling ....."ruas, .\ ,-
the prairie the gallant yachtsman sprang; to the L E. S, B-Co., Notice.In a.; : done at reasonable .
rates. Attends
he called for, life-preservers; he foundone Warm enough now some good show Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial PI C an departing, and meets all arriv-- Patent Medicines <3: '
narked "fdd Knickerbocker: he ers, and the effects of the late cold wave. Circuit of Florida in and, for Brevard 1 InK trains. ., ..
I rescued the poor fair ones; he chided the will not be visible. county, A. D. M91.DWIOHT Orden left with G. B. Rumph or at ) .

| steward for not bringing a life-raft and Capt. John Carey cut the boss cabbage v.M.SrVAJLD H attention.ADVOOATB office will receive prompt Elegut Perfumery ud Toilet JLrUcIes "'

! electric bells, or a speaking trumpet; he of this place, recently; it weighed nearly Oscar Hall a* administrator .
sixteen of the estate of Aaron t o Kept constantly on hand at .
told Andrew t* take la the splnaker/ pounds. CIa"laAdL deceased, := ; A.' Prolllohor! .

and said he never had any faith In cen Our storekeeper, Mr. H. R. Olmstead, Catherine widow \;Cleveland Us JS TITUSVILLJE, FLA., J. B. Screven'sDRUG ,

ter-boards. Is doing a rushing business, and keeps a Aaron Cleveland,and Mary B. I full ,
e Keeps a Metalllo and
fine selected stock of. goods at low Cleveland his wile, Foreclosure. 3441P : supply
Chat road had ; .
By time the cart jibed FbBbe H.Cleveland, K lIaiJEDEN Wooden STORE.

and come up and all was well again. prime Chew Cleveland, Mortgage. ,Coffins, Cases and Caskets. ;'" 'J.
Bat the prairie.. soft. The craft was English papers report orange groves Ueboroh C. Hall, and Oscar Funerals attended If desired. All or- Also the latest Newspapers Periodicals .
In the Riviera to have been severely Injured Hall, her hniband, ,
lightened and then we saw the American by frost; and also that the French Ooorr isv.landlaad den promptly executed and at reason- etc. S -

girls could walk, for they did step It off orange growing industry Is in a bad way William Julia Cleveland( his, and wife, able rates. embalming done. 8BRICKLAYER : F.

well. Sooa the marl hardened. It was owing to the unusual cold weather. and Samuel B. Cleveland,and M. FOR ';.' r kf .
Cleveland his. D. :13iu"o11
all aboard again, and lol the home Mayor Treutler's lots facing on the Mary ul.roomptainallC I ,
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of the Seminole hove In sight. avenue leading from the steamboat com having shown, by affidavit of PINEAPPLE & : :: ,
How to approach Were there dogs pany'l dock and warehouses to thehotet. Cleveland'- his agent and,that Julia George Cleveland Cleveland Us William wife; PLASTERER& Wines &: Spirits! f

are now cleared and brick buildings and Samuel Cleveland and Mary Cleveland, hi*
All were willing to yield priority buta suitable for stores, etc., will be wife,are each over the age of it years; sad that Titusville Fla.:
shout soon brought an answer. "Dog- erected shortly. they each nelde outside the BUM of Florida Work .
but within the United State PLANTATION. for on any part of Eeeri
shlepas." "All gene." Then all were The Eau Game Board of Aldermenheld It U therefore ora.ndth.Cleveland& the aald George Indian River. 8 .
Cleveland William and Julia
brave again. ,And soon we were filing their monthly meeting at the Cleveland his wife, and Samuel Cleveland and

Into Billy Harvey village to find at I Trentler Hotel, Monday evening. New Mary Cleveland, his; wife, answer or demur to T. :3D. ZULolxaxdU: .Jno McAllister CIGARS .ETC.OF .
roads are to be pushed through at on.ce.and the bill eomplalnt.. Bled in this caoe. on or ,
home only "Johnnie Billy his squaw before Monday the 4th day of D.; 1S91, Eden India Rlrer Florida. ,
the old cleared and out
ones opened or the eame will be taken against them THE FINEST: QUALITY
and papoose. J lhnnie Billle Is,a fine Other and Important improvements will ....... Contractor forW.N.HENDRY

specimen of mankind. His reception of also be taken in hand. It U farther ordered that a copy hereof bepuMtibed j GO TO .... .

fur party was polite and dignified. No Mr. J. L Hogg, of Messrs. Hogg Bros., weeks publlabed in the once SUr In a Brevard week COAST for ADVOCATE roar consecutive a new. T. w. gfM..i "I'l-i. y Artesian Wells Losloy & Renakeiv '

objection was expressed as to our visit will leave us for New York about the paper Wltnees the Honorable County.Job D. Broome Drayman ,' V;1..

But the Object of oar coming the real first prox. He will summer there and Jttdre and A.A.Stewart Clerk of aald Coon Will attend to all kinds of Hauling Families Supplied. < 1e!!
return la the autumn. :Mr. Adam Hogg at the Home M Tltosvllle,this lit day J Gallic
Eau Fla.
desire, was to enablo Jra., Menu to pho- April,A.D. JS .. I promptly, cheaply and expedltlously i .
will remain and look after their fine A.A.rntWART. : pd-Omo
tograph the Indians and their homes. young grove which is now coming into Clerk Circuit Court of Hrerart County,Tlortda. Will deliver baggage for passengers Titosville Meat Market
hereby certify that the above ..
To this there was acme slight demur. bearing.Mr. a tract copy
of the orlcloal order nude U this cause.A. arriving>> departing on train or steamboats.
However, a little persuasion and friendly Geo. M. Bobbins, wife and son; .A.8TK:WART.Solicitor ---- I'

chat won Billy over and while Mrs. Mr, J. W. Huntington and Mr. C. H. BOBBD'S A Gnd0AMrrh 01 Circuit Court. Can be fqund at the Railway Station Dealer In AL!. RINDS or "
Billy declined being pictured Billy and Walton have been on a visit to Mr. J. for Complainant. 1"1II. or a* my residence In South Titusville.

the baby were taken, and ere long Mrs. O. Walton. The party chartered Capt. U. 8. Mail Carrier. 6 General Merchandise Fresh and Salt Meats Eggs

Hena will be able to sk w the yachtsmen Bradley's fine steam yacht "Sassacus" TXTATT1rNEWSPAPER. N'S ,

of Albion bow a Sesainole looks and and visited Melbourne Beach where Oysters Fish Fruit A Vegetables -..
DRY GOODS, '<. j
how his habitation Is ameng the pines, Capt:. C. J. Hector, Messrs. Cobura and "":.+ ..
near the Everglades; of southern Dade dinner Gi19NT NOTIONS, Dr 'E IOJI. ..
Muriel having joined them was .

county. served on board. After partaking of a *Subscription Agency.* '1', SAt. r B1GLtgVS STATIONERY. CASH FOR POULTRY, EGGS, n9r:!

Some time was spent by the ladies in Substantial meal, the party, now In .. ,: GIS uiw'w 'sCtsuearr TABLES, ETC. & !l., i
: purchasing some Seminole sflver Jewelry 'eluding Mr. and Mrs. Nesbitt and )(r. "si'' Choice Groceries, 19 E. J. DAVIS Wanftfer.;-: ;'

and. few mementoes were exchanged. who at Tho Pioneer -
and Mrs. Wilson are sojourning Agouoy. C .
j. t011tt .oN MIDIS FLA. 6 .
Then a look about the crisp showed a the beach for ft short time proceeded to aliu 1 M' r,.'

sugar mill and starch mill some fine sugar the ocean where Master Rufus Bobbins For terms and sample copies ftddress. ? ( Is Notice. ADVOCATE

cane growing and a nice show of for the first time enjoyed a surf bath. Town Warrant Lost-Notice Is hereby] THE ff
sweet potatoes Just brought la from the Two of the ladies-Mrs. Bobbins and given that I have lost warrant No. 201

hammock field some flUUnce elL Fine' 'Mrs. Wilson! -and several of the gentlemen TTr; sYILLS, Brevard county, Fla. for 1100 issued by the town of Titus Job Printing Department1Is
hogs and chickens also engaged In a pleasant struggle ville, In my favor; and that payment on
were quietly moving with old Neptune. The party retuned the same has been stopped; and that 1 I '' .

about. Among the household furniture to Eau Gallfe well pleased with a most SUBSCRIBE for the ADVOCATE v have applied for the Issuance of ft dupli Read} to do Your WOlF: ,

we noticed sewing BtacLine put all- enjoyable excursion. cate. ttober.A.lUrde .' 63t .

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REV: DR. TALMAGE James Y.lllmp n, the WMovcmrof chtoro- more honored. Here I. Eve a perfect "Ob "you say, '"not quite as mach a One 'has 'reasonableness I
corm asananswithetKaBd again Dm Anew > woman; as perfect it woman a* eoaM be Welt ten count the 01 theflngert of o \ .an-
and Hamilton and Hoards and Mott made by a perfect Odd. U Deborah, bn"Oh," .don't thengy ru Nrc Morrws.-Two eggs, bnttw Mite! other host not. 0heKas/repu/ *
and )01 Ny.
and "
Harvey Abernathy Bnt, My with her womanly arm'hurling host Into room Bnnpoen, of sweet milk ona t ,
'THE,BROOKLYN DIVINE'S SUN. the man, 'III11JSt.hare some iuMvtfaetitt." battle Rome Miriam,'.leading the IHTM halt and count on ore finger the name;of any of an egg, one cup tationv-another has not. "One )i.
"Ufa." says the doctor. ''theyL: are, all d.- Irish orchestra, on the thank of the Institution founded by infidelity, jupnortei one heaping teaspoon '
SERMON. born
PAY stroyftl, bot*we have got eotnetblng a ereat Red Be. Her i* Mothertf Hannah entirely) by infldelltr, pu"unC tblfpoOgr.four t make a still bt has .condenc of suc i ics I'
deaf better. "What I* ttatrTun.! ." with her o'lnllcrrinlt hand replenishing God and the vet tollIng .ter bake in or gem paM has 1
"A ria.. .f IM..11',.." Pan about me to mate the world better. Not one I IN I. ; aothe only ,
c..Jl"C'fI tleate la JDvUewe Hospital and stop yourgroaning Here to Abigail, kneeling thehfoot of the .,t one) PASTRY roe OHB Pr*.- One heaping I h O ,
'!'Jailu Ood b. true tint every man a all :ye broken hearted of alp the mountain until the four hundred wrathful Is infidelity to so starveling, 'so 1 flour twff lard, one ops '
ffcu.-Romans UL, 4. citlee, and quit :your crying: ; we have &&1eeathoU men,. at the sight of her prowess mean, so useless J.out, 70 miserable cup pastry inking ta-pn teaspoonsalt. take it for granted 1
at Iuf.f halt halt a-ra.o.t into teaspoon >
-a hurricane the of the some "
"Hurt fa If God my one thing and the Here I*a doe of wit her I b of eight pauper unt..I' Sift flour and baking powder medicines ":
whole human the opposite, Paul log f a ttrengthen- a water lily a dew ; back NI- rathole of eYPlutul arrays there plaster of sarcasm, here I* a bottle of agara. Here to Ruth putting to sham all standing the l tog ther. Hub chop in shortening; a
'would aoe.ptthe Divine/ that ta7 mnr gnlnl. alike. ,, not
ribaldry :yon are to keep well shaken modern They are
In oar time who bare dared arraign up slang about mothere-fa-law a* cite dying and yet make quite stiff with cold water, ODe.quartlr '
are many
l and take
spoonful of it after each meal turn her back her home and her to who r
on country nothing save trying are
tile Almighty for falvahood. Infidelity I* and if that doe not rare here I solution and face ImootbO cup or more. Let.the of uninterrupted .
not but it If the mother of :yon ft wild beast and exile and death tolling nntll they fall theirgraves years
only a ,
: plague. of blasphemy In which yon may bathe tbat aha mar be with Naomi, her husband' In trying to m.k the world better f I CHBESE STICKS. One of cheese and the
antleme what bear an side and b..l.a tlnotnre der talon. Tickle the mother. Ruth, the queen of the harvest Gather up all the work all tbe merciful | cup flour success tens
It from we on skeleton of death with remrteel I Make the field Ruth the grated fine,-one and one-half cups ,
grandmother of David work, that done, add it thousands of cured
tu and
Christian 1 hug \
that the religion a JnO.lelt
King of Terror cackle For salt to taste. ,
Monalc account of the creation all the agonle Ruth, the ancestress! of Jesus Christ The all together not so muck nobility butter size of small egg,
la an; that absurdity the large enongh to throw all of willing all the with age a Joke I Millions of people story of her virtue and her life sacrifice to in it a* In the smallest bead of that sisterof Roll out like pie dough, cut in strips, happy men and women,.place
uplifted band toward heaven the most
beautiful pastoral ever written. charity who last night went up the dark lead
nation Into rollicking guffaw; that Adam and roll round about the ciao of pen
to affirm that the Gospel of Jesus Christ i* Here to V. btl defying the bacchanal of of the town, of for
existed that the ancient a alley put a Jar jelly an Dr. Pierce's Medical
aDd Era Offer : nil of consolation for them, and yet infidelIty thousand drunken-lords and EatberwW- Invalid appetite broken stand, and cil. When baked, cross the lUck a Golde
flood and Noah's ark were Impossibilities; proposes to take It away, IiYl nothing to throw her life 0 th fashion. Pierce's
I miracle that the ; lug away that the may knelt on the the pig-pen ad
a plat
that hover war ; pyi
absolutely Discover
nothing fun. Is
except deliver her
people. And here I
Dorcas the
the Christ noon dying
of of of
Bible la Unfriend cruelty murder breadth
'or depth or length or of KUSTUCXT Roixs.-Put thrre quartsOf
of base crime that immensity sunlight eternal fame gliding her philan! Inlldelltylar no lint for the wounded, Prescriptionon
the Chrristiafnaireliggion la woman'* tyrant; vr vsrcef of meanness In all Ood' nni- thropic needle, and the woman with perfume btOl no the hungry, .h.k up no floor in a large crock, icald one quar the side of the comparison
In a box made from the hills of AI.belltron for the routes no tbe of buttermilk and over the ;
the tOf
f and In'a stultification that Bible pour four
I ; Infidelity I* a religion of "Don't know" pouring the holy chrism on the head of alck.. for the .
Christ, bereft gilds deed While
fmB lid to lid la a fable, a cruelty, a hutnbng It tbere a Oed, Don't !know! Is the soul the aroma lingering all down tbe corridor of our Christ, our wounded Christ, our I ba well, then add 00' cuI of yeast they belong.
than lie that the martyr Christi
a ; Immortal Don't know If we should meet tbe centuries Here of butter or the morning -
- to Lydia, the rnerohan- risen Christ, tbe of the old fashionedBibleblessed cup And there isn't
died fOf It truth were mleerable lupus Chris a or
each oth.r In tbe future world will we reoog- tea of Tyrian purple immortalized for her be name mix ono teaspoon of fait, one tablespoon sate,
church of Jesus Christ I forerlo
thai the *
pro erIy I gazetted ai a fool; that when of nise"don't each other know" Don't know A religion Christian behavior Here lathe widow wit Christ stand this hour pointing tbehlltl of sugar, and flour to make a stiff territory, no nor hardly'country a
for the religion of "I
.Thomas Carlyle, the skeptic, said, The know," "I know In whom I have believed" and two the mites Lenoxe, more of famous all tbe than the Peabody or to the asylum, saying: "I was dough. Let it rise hlce kneading thoroughly in the whetherits
ages, while here ye gave me a I was lame andre
Bible It noble book, be was cch. in world
a dropping
"I know that Redeemer liveth." Infi then make long put
my in ,
slow of
that when Theodore Parker come gait and with careful atten gave me a crutch, was blind and ye rll
declared into ImbecllitYI In Muile ball. Boston "Never a awful delity propose. for to substitute a religion of dents and wlthetlpeC1.1 honor and hlg"t.yor jhysicianed my eyesight, I was orphaned pals, and bake when very lght. people raiz or not,

lay or girl In all Christendom: but was negative our religion of glorious leaning on the arm of inspiration, one who and ye motbul my eoul, I was lost on the but have ad womeni.
positives, allowing right before world
us of
a to the joy and pride of any home M> rarely mountains ye brought me home: Inasmuch of the
be becoming Canada
profited by that treat book was reunion and end = according a report
ecstacy high companionship fortunate a* to have one, an old Christian did it to of the leant t them happier
a*ye one of .
weak minded that it i* some- of Western that'r
Trrr ; and glorious worship and stupendous vic grandmother, Grandmother Lola Who t.e chief of the Grain Inspection b
has did It to me.
thinK to tiring a blush to the cheek of tory, tbe mightiest joy of earth not high ye Canada 60 OUO.OUO( bushels of of their discovery
more worshiper than
that John Adam., the father today any being But I thank God that this plague of Infidelity rlisel ad
very patriot enough to reach to the base of the Himalaya that ever lived earth Jesus ] bushels of
of American Independence declared "The of on except Christ will be stayed. Many of those who wheat @ year, 20,000,000 their effects.
uplifted splendor "altiajf"U those WhO Mary. For what purpose did Christ perform hear me now by the Holy Ghost their available for ,
,Bible I. the best book in all the world; on wing of Christian; faith will toward upon which will b exportBnown's I
soar His first miracle
earth To relieve the will be scoffer and will
and that lion hearted Andrew Jackson It. upon bert cease to become Think of this in health.
embarrassment ot a womanly housekeooer and the day will arrive whenall
coward when he said
turned Into a sniveling Have :yon heard of the conspiracy) putout at the falling abort of dlplo Iron Bitten cure pyupepsla. Ma.
I .("That boot, sir; la the rock on which our re- all the lighthouse on the coal Do you did Christ break up the silence of the tomb Why, book to going to accept right the Hpture The tarts, BUouvneseauIGeneral UnbiUjr. Ulreebtrength. Think of it in sickness. And
,dated rests the;throne and that of fail Daniel intellectual Webster powerand ab E know< that on a certain Bell night Rock ot next month, and tear off the abroad, and rip up the rocks? of t ie last day are kindle Some tbel crew e> ki..ULUOItome the for nerve Nursing*- then think whether you can
_ td1.tonelhtbtboUIS lighthouse
I c was to stop the bereavement of the two will begin on one. on the other app and children. -
and from beJnjr tbe'creatnpoUJIderf ad ) women
: bllll'gil'
resigned t herryvorelighthouse Montank ."e afford make :the trial if
lighthouse ,
I the constitution and the Bethany sister :For whose comfort wa side of the old book. They will not find a to
Hsttera llgnthouw New London Jight- Christ most anxious In the hour of dying bundle of loose manuscript easily consumed Ruder la the pledge of Life rifting out of
I .IJ'M&lawyer of hi* turned Into an Idiot I the makers afford
age to
when he Mid "My heart assures and reas- house, Barnegat Itibtbouand Atlantic .the 040 excruciation For a woman, an old woman ke tinder thrown into the fre. When thefT r&b.of fellowship with all in heaven and can tae
lighthouses ou tbe and Paclflo a wrinkle faced woman a woman who In of the last day some will earth. the risk
that the of Jerat Christ mustb to give
wren me gospel coasts are to be extinguished "Ob," you ,, other day bad held Him In her arms, His on this side a Inde. your money
divine From the time that ..tJn1Inother' '
a reality. say "what will become of the ins on that first friend. lib last friend twar FJTAetopped free KLUS'n if
a* It to very apt Revelation and other will burn by DR ORA back they do
,teat or on my father' knee I night? What will be the fate of tbe one to be, HI mother. AU the patboe of the age* side trout Revelation toward Genes!, and In NniYF KiwToniR. No after first a they .d
,L1Iitt lefU'IIewI to ilep nrlll from the acres million sailors following the rat What will compressed Into one utterance "Behold see. Idarvelonsrnr.e. TIU. and $J trial not benefit or cure
all their will find
thy they not
way a singlechapter
writings they have been m1 daily study end I t I11e tree Dr. Kline p*.
he the doom of tbe million of paaaengerf mother. Doe the Bible antagonise or single verse out of place. That e A"b 8t Phn. yu ,
ana If there fa
vigilant contempl.tIon .ny- Who will arise to down such .
put a consplr ?
woman will
be tbe first time we can afford to do
,thing in my stye or thought to be commended acyf Every man, woman and child in If the Bible to to the
so antagonistic woman, without Blola.
the credit ia due to kind parent In Instilling Father to Son.
my America and tbe world. But that I I. From
into mind an early 'lore of the only a how do yon account for the difference inwoman's What will be the use of the book of Gen I
my fable That Is what
'&nipturn"and that William Ii. Seward. infidelity trying to condition In China and Central esis, descriptive of how this world was made
; do-put out all the lighthouse on the coast Africa,and her condition in England and when the world to What will I .
the diplomatist of the century, only detr07e b "
of eternity letting the soul tbe "Nar
go up America There no difference except that the use of the they are el
J 'his when he declared "The wholechop. from child. ,
descends to
puerility which
i rows" of death with no light, no comfort no which the Bible make In land where thereto What will be the use of the Scrofula Is a blood poison parent :
1 i. the
of fnUUe'
unman suspended
progress peace-all that coast covered with the black- no Bible she to hitched like a beast of burden c or Panllne of Jesus .
that wing wisest' iiiflaence lor u- to of take the tbat Bible book; from and bees of darkness Instead of the great light- to the plow, she carries the hod. she submits Christ when we see Him description face to face? What I I is a taint
house a glowworm of wit, a firefly of jocos to Indescribable Indignities She must will be the use of His photograph when we
Ithe affection of uncounted FROM CHILDHOOD.
throng in the ity. which do you like tbe better; 0 be In which must be
and If
multitude and It under our feet, voy kept a private apartment, she have met Him in glory Wbt will be the I
'to be tralunlod put by hatred !ager'for eternity the firefly or the lighthouse come forth she must be carefully hooded and use of the _book of edInJ.' eradicated from
noon ? religiously veiled a*though it were a shameto you will with your foot on the

and TOUT old hissing father' waa contempt hoodwinked; and and cajoled that The What extinguishment mission Inflde'Ity of lighthouse ha* started, ont the I be first a woman.thing the Do Bible YOU not doe know when that it comes t every forehead band on th.rlnJni harp coronationamid .and,R the system beMr.. N. Rltcbey, ot llackeT,Ind., lay "Justice compels

tend cheated and befooled when he leaned on breaking up o( lifeboat, the dlsinlnal of all Into a new country*to strike off the shackle the amethystine and twelve gatectglories fore cure can me to say tbat 8. B B has little short of .j
this u a staff alter his hair grew gray, and the pilot,, the turning of the inscription on of wor.ian' .serfdom 0 woman where are of heaven? The daiiiiag a a miracle In my case, in curing me of aggravated 8tl

hi* baud were tremulous, and nU step Waiter '* grave into a farce and A lie )'ourcbalnl to-day Hold up both your arm against the emera beryl It be made. Swift's Ia which afflicted me from chdh. It my .' ,
shortened the of berl.
cube tu the
came up verge Hcott' "Old Mortality chisel In and lot us sen your handcuff Ou, we seethe blue sapphire and the throat and nose, and my lun/rs. My throat .
,...Tf.nlt that your mother sat with a pack ban I, went through tbe land to cut out Intopl.llI.r handcuffs They are bracelet of gold sapphire throwing its light on the Specific S. S. thratued '
of lie on her Jill while reading of the better letters thJ halt obliterated aeltu was sore tbat I was compelled to subsist on liquid '"
lnacrlptlonu bestowed 1
: by husbandly or fatherly or an t tbe jaolatb dashing Its fire
country,and and'of the ending of all her ache. on the tombstone ant it wa a beautllul brotherly orslttcrly or lovely affection. Unloosen hrysapuuus" aal you and I standing.XIU.t ia toe. S., drives out the food. When I began 8. 8. B. I won, In a wrtche condition

and pains, rrunlon not only with those mlBklon; but infidelity spends Its tlms tilt warm rob from, your neck 0 glories; of ten thousand: suiuet but commenced to Improve once, a now ,
of you who stool around! her, but with the with hammer and chisel; trying to cut out woman and let us see tbeyoke of your bond virus through well" '
children she bad kmrio'l wllli infinite heart from the tombstones of your dead all the age. Oh, Iflndtbeyolcaacarceuetof sliver entr.l t?
ache, so tbat*oe could read no more untilahetook'olf Hair Same tiooili Are Sold. the of ,
story ot resurrection and heaven It 1* tbe or a string oC carnelian, or a cluster of pores
spectacles and wiped from iconoclast of village graveyard and or tbat must gall much. How ,
them the heavy mint of many tears. Alas I every city come every ry and or 1\"Htuln.ter, Abbey pearl bad you must all Lave you it very Wo were talking with a leading up- the skin andBOOKS thus relieves the blood of the poison :, : ,
town retailer
that for lurty and llfty year they should a days since whose anual -
of CbriJItlao consolation for Bine the Bible! on stand In
.have walked uuder this delusion. and had you your sales run into the millions and ON BLOOD !I* SKIN DISEASES FEE {.
the dying, a reeling sneer Instead of the sitting room, baa the Bible been to;yon up ,
under their pillow when they lay .- dying prayer a grlnnace. Instead of fanT O woman a curse" or a blessing? Why fait mcnqf other questions came up the one THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ca. ,,'
the and asked
room, thut some word triumphant defiance of when she to troubled will .
death ft coin; out that a woman go of "drives" or "
from the Tile page"might be cut upon the you know not where, to stop you know: not to her worst enemy, the Bible Why do special bag. low DOWN--'WITH :
tomtstone the aba tow of the old when, to do you know not what That 1*In- go for some of the I s it, we asked, cal
country meeting' house where they sleep fldAlltr.Furthennprei. great infidel sinfBpino *'. "Ethics," every now and then advertise and sell HICH-PRICES-

Saver today waiting lur a resurrection that will I cannot be an Infidel, because or Hume's "Nature History of Religion" some line of garments or fabrics or *rclc w\ It*pot bar from the

corn. of the Ial.e charge infidelity all the or Paine "Age of Reason or any one of at which the face X werldaadSa i.. .. .r. ',"
This but, ha.lnidlCtllnd, and ha v- prices on WIDUfUt IUIIGIITII
time making against tbe Bible Perhaps the the 230 volume of Voltaire? No. the silly
Jag deferred the mighty Intellects of the ilander that ha made the most impressionand deluded woman persist in banging about hem, show a heavy loss on the coat of "f o..r1'OOOArICI., ,. I \.
past, most not be allowed'to deceive our that some Christiana; have not been intelligent our Bible verses, "Let not your heart be manufacture itself I" .irrntl v. .evlea<, 1 c.t.fie. UI ea. F
larger, mightier, vaster, more stupendous enough to deny II' that the Bible troubled" "All thing work together 'for The merchant -par .
smilingly '
replied: \; .
IntollMt And Gout with he book from favor polygamy. Doe the God ot the liible good," "Weeping may endure for a night," Oct Itew .
the court fO() i,wbere It fa used In thuolemntJaUnn uphold polygamy' or did He How many "I am the resurrection" "Peace be stilt'Furthermore 'With the enormous outlet which busi Automatic make I
of testimony. Oat with it from nn- wives did Uod make for Adam lie made rather than invite I resist Dei such a ours affords we are In posi- '. n on.U(barbel, .
"der the foundation of church and asylumOut one wife Doe not your common sense tell this plague of infidelity because it has to handle quantities which would FBEEa '
with it from the do"ratloclffle. Gather you when God started tho marriage Inntltu- wrought no positive good for the world and ton '
together th. Bible*-the children's and lion He started It as He wanted it to continue i*always a hindrance. I ask yon to mentionthe stagger the average retailer For In- LUlil I are act Cnf "
the family Bibles, those newly bound, ? If God had favored polygamy He name of the merciful ana the education stance, two or three weeks ago we clo.edout : :
thou.with )id.nearly worn oat and page almost could have created for Adam five wives or institutions which infidelity founded and II for cash 2180 all the ;,' the finger long ago tn wives or twenty wives just a* easily a* supporting, and has.supported the-way of one of umbrell Itl":'I" F
turned to dust them all .tk mnufatur
-bring together an Ti1HLU8UR6
let u* make a bonfire of them, and by it At the wry first of the Bible God show Ood and the Christian religion; and:yet pro who needed the time being more
warm our cold criticism, and after that turn Himself in favor of monogamy and antngoni nnunoed behalf of .u .ringhumanity. than he did the umbrellas. The price, lbtcat

wider with the plowshare of public indlg- tlo to polygamy.Uenenis: ii., 84 "there.tore : What are the name of them Certainly not U you may readily understand, was a r CHAIR
nation tie polluted ashes of that loathsome. shall man leave his father and mother the United State Christian commission, or low a to..f.ll
doe would
not have closed the
or we
adulterous obtoene cruel and deathf book and shall cleave unto hi* wife.* Not his the sanitary commission for Christian er Cbalr.Y nee, beside.toakingaLe.geBedorCeaeb.
which is so antagonistic to mane liberty and wives, but hi* wife. How many wives did George H. Stuart wo tbe President of the largain. II tlldlL '

tend .woman's honor, end the world' Ood spar for, Noah In tbe ark Two and one and Christian Henry W, Bellow was ."The goods we placed in stock, making I /nvoUd Chain daerlpium .
bprlD..... two tbe bird; two and two fie cattle; two the President of the other. them in three different grades viz. litaaly prtlt. Fa.og Iterke F/loot tqe. '
Row that I*the substance of what tnfldelIty and two the lions two and two the human >Where are the asylum and merciful institution w Write at one*for Cnuiocue.nuf '
proposes and d al'8land the attack on race. If the God of the Bible had favored'a founded by infidelity and sup. $2.50. ea.50 and 95. We advertised Uampi and eeatooa IFWUC wincoo, ssssssvBK*Bssiissaiisi BissiMijtjBjsl .

tJM1Jllilell.pauled by great joconlty multiplicity' oC wives He would have spareda ported by Infidelity pronounced against them in the daily press and in a few day THE LUBURC MANUFACTURING CO. PHILADELPHIA, PA. t.Irrpt.A 1,

and there I*hardly any subject about which plurality of wives. When God lint God and the Bible and yet doing work for sold over'1500 of this 'special IC3. Asa 881. 883, ttf >. I
rib Sib ,
snore mirth is i kindled than about toe Bible. launched the human race He Rave Adam the alleviation of suffering?, Infidelity so of which drn Hittti r
one was a
I like fun; no tuiin wa ever built ,with a one wife. At the second launching of the very loud in it* braggadocio it must have every --
keener appreciation of It. There 1*health human race Ha spare for Noah one wifefor some to mention Certainly, If you come to ?Now, we said, 'we have made a : :
la lauflbtor instead ot harm-physical health, Ham one wife, for Sham one wife, for speak of. educational institutions it is not handsome profit on those alreadysold.. Have You a Cough ? f: :,moral health,spiritual health Japhet one wile. Does that look a* though Yale, it U not Harvard, it i* not Princeton, We will cr.te. little excitement on. thebalance :
provided you laugh at the right thing:; God favored polygamy In Leviticus xviil., it to not MldtUetown, it i* not Cambridge '
I The morning la jocund The Inulan with its IS, Ood thunder HI prohibition of more Oxford, It to not any institution from which and stand ft loss ourselvesSo -

own mist baptize the cataract Miiinobaba, than mow if*. a uiplowa would not be a disgrace Do you we advertised 500 silk umbrellas at $1 Have You Cold ? : :: .,
Laughing..Water Yon have not kept Ood permitted polygamy.. Yea; :just a* point to the German universities a* exceptions each Every one of thpse we put in this a
rr ears alert If have II. theft and ? I have to tell that all the German '
your eye open your you permit to-day1 ant you special sale was worth from $3.50: to $5 .
ttotseeat he ira smile, or heard the forests arson and all kind* of crime. He permits universities to-day are ender positive .
clap tatir bands or the orchard III blossom these things", u you well know, but Ha doe Christian influences, except the University at retail.
.wtckfBJeewiih redolence. But there Is a not sanction them. Who would dare to say of Heldelburg. where tbe ruffianly student "The morning the sale took place the Or
hugs-which ha the rebound of despair. He sanction them Because the Pro-tdaau cut and maul and mangle and murder each people flocked ia as coon the door ConSllllption:1Taylor's : ..
It i*not healthy to giggle about Uod or of tbe United States have permitted polygamy other. a matter of pride instead of infamy. and In hour a and
chuckle a I 'thing of th.IUlmor" soul that they patron led it, that they ap as an exception, that college established by minutes the last umbrella was disposed. Remedy .
I **Ycu know what esnw.1 the accident years pN"eillt. when, on the contrary they denounced the will of Mr. Oirard which forbade re- of. We sold one umbrella only to each .

ago on till Hudson River Railroad. It was it All of Uod' ancient Israel llgloui Instruction and the entrance of individual purchaser at low ..
an Intoxicated man oho fur a joke pulled the knew that the Oo>l of the Bible wa against within Its gates. My reply to thi figure, Sweet Gum and Mullein: .
string of the air brake and stopped the train po ygamy. for In the four hundred and thirty that lived for seven year near that college and consequently placed bargain with ; ;

*t the most dangerous point of the journey. year of their stay in Kgypt thera: 1* only and I knew many of its professors to be upward of 500 different
But the Untuning train not knowing there one caM of polygamy! recorded-on::' one. Christian Instructorand no better Christian actual low to us pl'lOn."Tho sale was '

war say impediment In the way,came down, All the mljbt11111'n of tbe Bible stood aloof influence are to be f oun<1 In any college thanIn several hundred dollars, baton the whole WILL CURE YOU ;.
crushing ont of the mangled victims the im from polygamy except those who falling; Oirard .
'mortal ecu:*that went speeding. InaUntly to into the crime were cbasUisU within an inch stands Christianity. There stand lot of 2180 umbrella* we averaged a veryhandsome ,

God and judgment.. It was only a joke. lie ot their live Adam, Aaron, Noah Joseph, In JoIllt7. Compare what they have dons profit, besides making ourselves Ask your Druggist or Merchant for It. Take nothing else

..thought it would be sue fun to stop the Joshua, Samuel monogamist. But you say, Compare their resource There to Christianity talked about and bringing 500 '
train II* stopped it. And so Infldelity "Duln'tDavid and Solomon favor po1 ram1rY. a prayer on her 1 p; a benediction on
chiefly anxlou fc e atop the long train of the ..*; and did they not get well punUhed for her brow;both hands full of help for all who special customer into tbe store who, it is
Bible, and the long train of the churches want help the mother of thousands college safe to say, bought more or less in the ADVICE TO WOMAN .

and the long train of Cbrlstrian influence, 1iRead the live of thou two men and] you *: the mother of thousand of asylumsfor other departments of the house at a : .
while coming down upon u*are death, ;judz- will come to the conclusion that all the aU the oppressed the blind the rick the Proat."-Dry Gob .
meet and eternity, coming a thousand mile tribute of God's nature were against their :. lame the Imbecile; the mother of minions CArlkI.Amerca For .
a minute coming with more force than all behavior. David suffered for hla crime in for the bringing back of the outcast; the p.r.VFUL, PROFUSE, SCANTY, SUPPRESSED
the avalanche that ever slipped from the the cavern of Adullam and ilawada, in the mother of thousands of reformatory Institution Tea or IRREGULAR & 8
Alps, awing wiUb, more strength than all wiUIerneaa of, ilahanalm. in the bereavem *for the laving of the lost; the mother JUE\STRUATIOy, you mutt use '
the lightning aiprese trains that ever whts- ..nt*of Ziklag.. The Bedouins after him, ot innumerable BabbatB-ccnool bringing )Ir. Gill, an expert on tea, show front .
tied or hrlukeii or thundered the oooOnenl. sickness after him, Abealom after him, millions children under a drill to prepare careful calculations made in China, India

AhiVhopel after him., Adonijah after him. them for respectability and sefub>.M, to and Ceylon, that teas ere produced and BRADFIELD'SFEMALE
Now! In this jocularity of InflMe': thinkers I the Edoiuitee after him, the Syrians after say nothing of the great future. That; to made ready for cost of
eaanot join .eau propose torn you some him the Moabltea after him, death after Christianity. u a average
haIO&Iwhll be an ), and so twill him, the Lord Ood Almighty after him. lLtrali infidelity no on her Ups BO from 8} to 41 cent a pound. China, he ii

try to help, haveof this present condition The poort peasant la all UM empire mar benediction O barLr'owbothhandsclenched' tell o*, which, formerly monopoly
any who mar teen struck with the slat to the plalneet Jew*** war happier than -wha.o To Ibt CuIC. That I of the trade, enJo1e.
awful plague of skepticism. the King in his marital misbehavior. How mi.O pruc 1
Firsi 1 cannot be an Infidel because Infi did ttolomoa get along with polygamy of infidelity t fight Christianity. W' than half of the tea used ia Europe REGULATOR

delity baa no good nbatitute for the conso Read hi*warning In Proverb; reail bUself.dlgut are her scb'her oolr her ul America, and he maintains with great _

tattoo it propuM to take away. You know In KcoleJatte*. He throw* up hit mercy? (do be show of reason, that tea may be grown .
-J .n nOliton$ ot people who get their hand loathing and cries oat "Vanity o ream of foolscap that you may fill ia Urge areas of the Southern States u Henderson, Ala., March 8, 1885.
chief consolation-front ibis book. What vanities, all U vanity." Ills seven hundred of it with the o her bC' institution For three years my wife has been ude the treatment of the leading'
would yon think of a crusade of this sort wives nearly pestered the life out of him. *, th.colleges th u.u the successfully and profitably as anywhereelse physicians for troubles, benefit
>eainaahMiUrutvethathe would Solomon got well paid for his crime*-well institution of mercy and Jell foa in the world. A rich, sandy loam < mensrl most of thetimVcoav
tIIi1'' catuplracy to infidelity and supported rfrra1irnSdl Aer taking three bottles of BEADFIELD'S FEMALE
dws destroy paid by Illd. of good depth and a moist
tn ed Crom aU the apothecarie* alltrout :I repeat that all the mighty men of the : ity pronounced against God and the C climate are aa'dra& BEGU her cook,milking and washing N. L BRYAN.
01 the hakpitaiof the Nrtb. 1 he work Is Scripture.... aloof from polygamy save : lien and YM ia favor o tl ot rut. BOW -loiii" nan FttE,1I1C1
Aoce Tte axdianee are taken and they a* they were pounded and flailed and cut to r "Oh. Y0 say, of and the tree or 'bush 1 Ci- ronuu TALDIELE UTOU.TIOI CI ILL FEIILEREGULATOR

are thrown Into' toe river or the lake, or the piece for their insult to bely marriaze. If'' paper Is too much for names of those Institutions aiderabl degree of cold.-A** OrbaasHaUInr 'RADFELD CO. Bl
sae.A the Bible U the friend of polygamy why b it 1 Well,then,I throw O qui pi0oyw. ra est. ATLANTA GA, ,
patient wake up midnight tu a pan that in all the land where the Bible predominate of FBI it all up now. I
OJJIUI of nitres*, aiul want an anodyne polygamy i* forbidden,and in the p.get all the name dow "Oh,'
"Ob,"a a n the nor**, "the anodyne are all land where there U no Bible it ia favored.ItJyiarny you .,. "that to too much* Well then I Forest.

destroyed; we have no drops to ,I"JOII, all over China, all over India, allover will jut baud:you a sheet of letter paper. The ministry of imperial property cf
but In.der) of that 1'4 readyuu a book on Africa,all over Persia, all over neataeo Just till up the four sides while we are talk' _
the!.beunhua. nKwphm. and the abaur.BtiesMaUreroediaa. dom, save u the inlwiooarie have done ing of this matter with the names; of the the Czar of R... making efforts to liras Cough Medicine Recommended by Physicians.
.. but themin oontln.2SiwT'htolw their work while polygamy does not exist in merciful Institutions sad! the edanetlonal tn- plant fOte II the gnreat ofErlnGlanenll H Curea where all else fails. Pleasant and atrrWable to the

anJ the nnreeaay*: England and Ui*United States except la deOauce Ittli fO :infidelity and supported 'aby. toste. Children take it without ubjecjon. By druggists.
wUi>e. to real you some duicouraee o"L1 of law. The Bible abroad. God hon- prooooAOsd agalaatOo4 Last &
.aodyoee lobe trutti. .OC aaodym., she to. ore.! monogamy. Tbe Bible not ftU-oed. and the ChrUtiao feOgkio, b l..o ad Tl year fo
'ieosoaes 7 sand about twelve thousandacres
,.**. toe abeurditid of tied abhorred polygamy.) of 11t. (
aadj:* ****** groan ;'U give you AnoUkcr false Marge which lafideltty has ''h' say "that to too PI I ) of .tpp wen converted tote

taNere b the i. made against the Hifaio U that it i* antago want a whole sheet t forest the work will con- '

., Mmb liosptel{ 4. &tleD' 1&.1111_a Biktic to woman,that U enjoin bar degradation beets in the) governmeau and i. A"oD BA-
&&aJM&t Ioi. H. -II: ''CJb, and belittle her mie .oa. tinier tarn Uu. PDtlo ROVrAIi*
eoeitbsl 04 torohiarofcrmt' Tbe 4ioc impreaioa many women have been overcome book a ask you all both side tUw.lhU>* b also 1 steppes 0 !

don's torMu "Wh7. they an sit des J&41; we ot this ju me of la&folily. U UM nA ItQU "Ota/.*you say Podol, OrUv and oUwr pUe* e.l, sal etaear. i,. ., \ _
tan anJ mere Chloroform or ether, Bible the enemy of woman ComkstoTtkve "that ", pdaev .- a'.at. a.....i+ _

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them to hanl ft up, and they:will remain'.T TidBiU. The IrfUle* Dell.kU
GEqIcI4BRIEFS. here as long u a sufficient quantity h FLORIDAISRUPG.Of : ""'-- The pleasant. effect and the parts" **Mr

: massed in the auction' to afford th -m a _. *, :3 t Glass! eyes .are made' *o cleverly nowadays with which tattles mar UM UM N,nM'fruit lax 'termaflSyrup"
supply. Grower should send their fruit -- that the
even wearer cannot see ktlvf,Syrnp-f jn'.,r.nder all condition make
Interesting Paragraphs from all ia while they are here and prices are Newsy Notes and Pointed" \ through the deception.A ittaetr favorite
remed,. It Is to the
goo I. Strictly fancy fruit ran from $3 .' 'f I w.t: the .MH swelln ;
Over the State. to $3.60; good bright in best count*, Paragraphs. upon a door, teeing, said that name the gentleman'sname ere and to the tttnte, eentle, rt .!reet..! In

I .'. $2.40 to>3 80; mixed lots, avenging t would be at sent without the II. aotloi on the kldneyn, liver and bowel
:" The comptroller of has well ao size, $a to $a.GO; mixed Tot, The travel to Florida this year hai, -1
currency extended It is told of Scotch that The e'tlnmted world Is
been a clergyman p opolatiolt ot \he
the corporate existence of the running large, $1.71 to $a.23$ all large enormous, and private can are no; when he child 1 The of well-read pfaytviIcJans
was a on'going home majority
First National bank of Ne'nan sire lower. Russets sold at well as longer novtltie to Floridians] especially
1811. to July, Mights unless Yery dark. Grapefruit, f> to the dwellira in St. Augustine nearly from church be was asked the text. lie eared t>n
to $2.60. Navel, in smooth,. bright sixty having been there at different time replied, "Except ye pay the rent, ye rieiwe system. the br blood Brow tonee**! Iran the nerve Iltt....,,aid welch dimtlon. .ea-.*. tion is a germ disease/ In other -

The.mole season at Columbus for this itock, wanted at good price during tho vwinttr-probablr a latter' mann a'l lea' the parish." lie had misunderstood Ante Ilk.a charm en t...r.oB. In genital words, instead of being: in the con

year .closed Tuesday. Th'prlncl.. All Dead but<< }'iv.. tmmi er than has been In any other city I the passage, "Except: ye repent Ut litalUi,sTtvln new energy raid strenctK stitution itself it is caused by innumerable '
pal dealer In stock, sa/ that the trade The people have not the Eastman of the South. Some, ye shall all likewise pet bh."
forgotten of these cart are : London the largest city In the world\ con small creatures luring\ in the '
amounted to $t2OlO. The hone trade, riot, and will recollect that"evelal oj merely handsome, while other are renta. A farmer, calling on a neighbor, observed I taining population "tesnii perona.lleWeTklef lungs having no,business ,there and
closing earlier in the year, aggregatedover the rioters were confined in the Bibb jan ble] "palaces on' wheels. that his clock was not right.
7,000/ and the total wile of stock For safe keeping. Of the seventeen negroes "Well y.u see sir said the latter eating them away as caterpillars doth -
Since increase : ,
of 83 cent. in We olT.v One Hundrvd DolUm of trees. Li
approximated per reward for leave
who $
nearly 250000. were found guilty and sentenced to "nobody don't understand muth about ot .
freight rates on the Northern Ii .nrcM miarrn th Mayor J. 8. Powell, of New nan, has bard labor in the penitentiary for and ings have been he d that clock, but me. When the hands of UkiDit HaU..l..t.rr.11..... A Cerm The phlegm that is

closed a contract with the National Eleo, during their natural live, for participation etable shippers of Gainesville by the fruit res.meer-t the clock stand at twelve, and it strikestwo We,r.the J. Cnnr.IV undersigned A I o., ,have ITops.known, Toledo P.O.J. coughed up is those -.

trio Light Company for electric lights for 1n the memorable Eastman riot, on ty with the result that number of them then I know it's twenty minutes toeven. Chrnryfor the IA*L lj fen t*. and ettitey. him Disease. parts of She lung' .

that city. Twenty-five arc lights of the 6th day of August, 1882, only five will begin the experiment a 'of tending ." t"perfectly, ,,,", and! nonnrable llimnclnlly In able all to carry out ln any.n""ob-""o. whlch'hvebeeu :

2,000 candle power each have been con- are now living- twelve of them having their by the car-load M to The lion. E. Eve rett the American "lIrallo; n tracted died since their into the produce v UIT; & TUVA, v>hole...le UraxirUta .
for. The city authorities have reception convict ,Tolerto
New Senator had his Loalth
York, via Cincinnati. They find it once proposed O. little bacilli, as the germs ire called :
.. about completed arrangements (or a sjs- i camps of Dado City. Jack Knowles, about as cheep as by any of the steamer ,thus by the artist Story : "llWs to W AUJlJlo. KIHXAN A NARVIK AVboleJ are too small to be seen with the A -
of one of the five this bit r brugjtsis.'Julodo, 0r .
tern waterworks to cost $30OCO. living ones, gave lines direct J Learning when Ever-it it "
of information to lIon;, to that city, and 23 cent per rises grows. r hat' 'a\.atarrh I taken Internally- naked eye, but they are Very much
Carrollton,, taking on metropolitan Representative. crate, or package, less than bj, all rail Everett, uprlnninz to his feet at once hut dinclly upon Ilie lilooil and muootm nur and the -
C. J. Jones who, as a member of the facrapf liuiimouiaU alive just the same, enter -,
airs. A dally hewnmpcr, electric lights from Gainesville. ,F exclaimed: "1 beg to amend! Here'sto lhwny triu. Kent f""".
committee appointed by the legislature to iTice&o.per bottle buld by AoJ urangUia.llamkn' body in our food in the air We -
nndnow ,
.street railroads, n first-class h< tel. Lntcts 'quota,ions from New York are Learning-whenever it risia it grows,
a cotton seed oil, ml,1 and guano Inspect the convict camps at the Dade as follows: Fancy oranges aw in good but never above one Story." Nprriaelre.' breathe, and .,through the pores of : j

factory. This ?last is one: of tho best enterprises county coal mine lost summer saw Jack, demand; coarse fruit h plenty and dull In Naples there is a raeiof cats who Thn reputation of' the, fine Eliuwi la not of r, the skin. Thence they get into the 4
it the and had
mines brief talk with ttiet-lutqup order.
that cou'd be (Rotten up for the him. a and irregular; fancy I-ulim, rivers, in live in the churches. Tuey are kept and dor.ed, and warmly hey nral.have ed by i't'en ihn aolld III.representative en- blood and finally arrive at the lungs .

town, ant: one the best paying for the 170s to 200s, are ft.50 to $3; Indian, fed by the authorities on purpose to cat men of the United rllatea.\ Mich where they fasten and increase with 4

stockholders. Ne Irly every farmer in : The FlflhGeoryIa received from Eneampme.tLoiters the officers<<. the river,, straight lots, |3 lu $4; other nee- : the mice whh-h infest all old buildinm men H. Gortlon I'f'l'Omm"n'l Et-v. EL Jon\.'. frightful rapidity., Then. .German '.. ,
Carroll county is interested in it and it lions, in 176 200. there. I WII-.Q of \\r-t V ., II. II. U D. '
in the Fifth o $3 to f.3.50} The auiuiala m companies Georgia ll thump AI. .. ,
Cavalry t W. ( / nl-
,* an assured success. brlffbU, 150s |302 to 2.73; russets, walking about among tho congregation, them heals the ? I
ngiment show that they and the men tire The fair committee of the Agricultural w, 11 satiffied at the decision of tho advisory $2.50 to $2.73. Strawberries to Oo or sitting giavely before the altar during of Mtnlnlcr ArkanoaRNml to Jitptn. ; Juititelinon.linndruUiof! I' they leave and so nourish and -4
beets, $1.23 to $I.SlJ tlla". many
society met bt Macon a ftwdiiys ago. per per
board sending them to camp in I 1ha > faiuniM IIpI.' 110 d in nearly soothe that,!In a short time consumptives -
ILe eecrttaiy was instrurcd to present nu Savannah instead crate; cabbages, fl.50 to '1.7J; peas, every town from' MHrylaml to New Mexico.
itemized account to the city for theamount The will of lit Chickamsugo. $3 to $3 wr crate; beans! $1.GO to t8 per Finger Before Fork Call for lisa. kie'. 'lako no other Every pair become )?crm-proof ahd welL ,f
encnmpment begin on Mi, -- warranted.SMITH'S" -
crate round bean$150 to'1360 ** -
claimed by the society. 1 !he April 27th. Cnmp will bn broken on ; ; Althouh the fork Plays a moro useful -. -- J p II r..D T '
fe retry wns also instructed to publish I squash, 11.50 to f 1.73 per aturday, May 2d, at noon. A fine site conspicuous part at one' nital than I !
the premium list. TliN settles thu 8 matojss, ripe, $2 50 to 13 50.
qu on the outskirts of the city ha, br-in secured anthing else, except the supplies, there
tion of the location of the fairliiih and will be placid in excellent Silver D.po.tu. aro certa n edible* which it is the fashionto
'will be held in Macon commencing October A gentleman who hits h'id. extensive I ACIER'SREi
condition before the time of 21st. 1 l I here will be nine CI mpnnics at the entrapment connection with silver.minus in. iho north, latest list: BILE |BEANS} TR
w st bo in hb po>sts l The natal stores year of 1800 and 1891 as follows: Qcorgh Hussars, Olives, to which a fork should never t I
i ta ended. The receipts at Havannnh Liberty Indi'pendent Troop, Eflinghatuilussars. vcr-bearinn quartz. Ho said that, aa hewns ,DO applied. /

from April 1, 1800. to March 81, 1891: Screvtn Troop, Liberty Guard, walking along tho streets of Tallahassee A |.inragu; S were 19,660 cask of spirit-, and 758,448 .Brunswick Light Horse Guards, McIntosh his attention was attracted 1 by tho served whole as it should be. I' DY -

barrels of rosin. The increase of tho 'iluht Dragoons, Burke "troop and Wayne stono under his feet, a piece of which ho Lettuce, which should be dipped: In : Cure Biliousness

year just closed of the previous ye-r was Light Troop. Co onel W. W. Gordon picked up, washed and subjected to the drcs-jng or In a little salt. I|

\J!) 12,808 casks spirits, and 75,371 barrelsof will bo in command. In all over 800 chcmiral test, with the result of finding Celery, which properly' placedon HeartBurn I
it to be a rich of ilvcr way Biok Headache, Malaria, Coellveneea. .lor Coughs,Colds' sndCoawmplleW,Is btfendqueitlon
rosin. The exports ,for ,the year cavalrymen aro expected. For their accommodation rock.very This,specimen : the table cloth l.calJe the plate., DlnlneM, Dad Breath. Hervou I : the greatest*l III meoer*rimed,las.II .
showed an increase over tha previous year the state will furnish fifteen bearing piice: of stone came Strawberries when served with the Debility, Dymmtary, Jaundice, I :1 will Hop a Couch In one rdght. It will check
of 14,685 cask of spirits, and 63,653 feibley t. nta, nine Wall tents and 123 A from near Tallahassee and was used in item on, as they aro in the most elegant 1'a.n In the Bide and under Cold laatfiy. It will*r**eat Creep, relieveAithma
barrel of rosin. making the londbed and it is natufal to bouses. the Shoulder Bla I lee.Kivir $ and CURB C.muptk>e H.teAse InUm
ents. Tho governor and his salt and
The Gordon rrtu says that a farmer In- he advisory bord lire expected "n Friday I the suppose same that there The,must bo more silver also in Broad., toast, and all tarts and small fall to aot on Torpid Lhir. r'GH _

that section was keeping his cotton ,for and Saturday, May let and 2d, when said that place.he had noted same gentleman cakes. Expel poisonous bile from the system; I 7
higher prices and as it did not have here will be a general military parade traces of gold, and Cheese which is invariably eaten with ,! CleartheCompl.xion; AU Dl e..Hon; tnnitAppetite Oil
that Florid did Chills aad
not kn what th
ans w wea on Cure and
shelter it and cavalry tournament. 'Ihe of the fingers by the most particular : ; prevent CMUPkCnllPns.pilT.
sufficient rotted' on his hands novelty they possessed in tha, minerals of their peo FeY.V.*also mak.Snlltb9sB1LE. I "
and he wa forced to take 1} cents a the encampment is expected to draw state. That pIe. .. .,
they are gradually finding ,
The adds thousands to the city. Even the leg or other smtll pieces of IIbird .
pound for it. Pren : "There ; out, however, is being proved each day ::4. .. IT S
'are a number of farmers in this section Gencr ,I Clartrcll De... kaolin which isVed In the finer; are taken in the flowers at fashionable SMALL !: oi 'I ,' rtuii% ','1,'
who have their cotton exposed to the General Lucius J. Uartrcll died at his kinds of had making been discovered \ dinners; and at most of the luncheons t't .J' I tilA\
porcelain, a ready .
weather *nd who will yet most probably home in Atlanta Tursday afternoon. Ills la tufficient quantity to warrantthe tidies pick small pieces of chicken with- (Mtetbcbotlle.) I ,-) ''I r..J1'r\'i: 1o.

be compelled to take less than the market lines* had been a long and painful struggle establishment of plants fur mining it out using a fork. BoiMpnfw u.ta.l !.*. ..........'11 ,,--( wonwe i A .bottle" I; i.t' ;..!i
for OMkl*l. J""""' : .U".t.
price for it.* life. Many days ago he vent and oI1Oo1rM. Bott lisPs iu*''' 1-Map uive the .
and it is that' there
altogether probable Discrimination in Word tauke. iT-V iT'kJ.
stricken down wit h an abscess. Ills Icier FOS ir. -
The great Wilsoa trial began before are a number of such deposits not yet dis I RELIABLE, SAF. ECONOMICAL. ,
Judge liichard IL Clark in tho criminal splendid physiqu e and iron constitution covered. A few weeks there was I ; five for II, -- ;,
enabled him to for awhile but ago revealed Pretty refers to external beauty oo a Price 35 cent bottle .
branch of the superior court at Atlanta tiiumph in Citrus either ala.. Bold Drurswt..., Write for .
by /
at ]length the resources of his vital county a deposit small srale. Grace of manner is a nat. J '?;;'
Tuesday. Tho merits of the cue are wet e exhausted and then, ho began energies Is believed to be rich In potash. Specimens ural Rift-lcganco'lmpJi; << cultivation. I I a'.. ",.,';,
familiar to all who know anything of the in the hands. of the chemist Picture.SMIIH&
fail. are now Well-bred is referable to general conduct j '
to General Gartrell born in CO. IEW YORK CITT.
history of Fulton county for the past Wilkes in this for analysis, and if it should] prove to be rather than individual action. Beautiful S Vj:, <
'three year*. In 1888 Mr. James M. Wilson the 7th county of January 1821 date, and on what it i* supposed, there is a big fortunein I* the strongest word of it* claw, implyIng .-" -- .----..----- t 4 I --

thea tax collector. of Fulton countywulmpeacbod'for received his education at, Franklin, college store for somebody aud the value of InCtne" and delIcacy addition to -

alleged defalcation now the State university and attandolphMacon the find will ex<'eed that bf phosphate, everything that is in similar ,words.. The Cod -
and crookedness. in his management of in as potash is ajarce, and, this deposit a Courtesy has reference to others, polite. a ..:-ut:' 0 -ii
the fund of the county.In college Virginia. j 1 That Help to Ours ;. :- .
one. ness to ourselves. The former is 4 :
Choosing law as his pri< Janwj Postmaster General Wan as- the office of General Robert Toomba and Frets aid YeC table :Bale.. a duty or privilege to other i ;? The Cold. a I. a -
maker.issued an. order from Washington irosecuted his studies under tho The interstate commerce commissionwas the latter is behavior assumotifro _z'

that'an 'experiment of the free delivery vision and direction of this distinguished' tuper- in session in Jacksonville for three i proper elf-respect. Benevolent The I disagreeable -- -

of mall tried in one small town lawyer and statesman.General; tlartnllwa days to consider cues of, cpmplalnU refer to the character of the agent act. J, taste ofthe f .

in each state. Ilephzibah war selected admitted to the bar at an age when brought by the orange and fruit growersof leg beneficent to ,the act performed. COD UVER Oil

fcr Georgia, and beginning on the 1st of most young men who look forward, to the Florida against the transportation Charitable i. restricted to alms-giving,
February it has had the free delivery! professions have scarcely] completed companies leading north and eat.The eicept when used in reference to judg. Is dissipated In

tervice. Postmaster Rhode consider it heir literary course. lIe entered I the ; orangegrowtr presented the r statementsto ment of others. Lovely i Ia wed only

a remarkable success,, and believes that if arena of the ]law fully armed and the effect that the rates_ were HCC. 1JC8'IIVI__:__ __. _!. where there is something more than SCOTT'SEMULSIO'I'

the town in o:her states have done as equipped, and was ,successful from the and unjust, and asked fur a reduction in external beauty, when there i Is a combination ( i *' I
well a* UeFhelbah the free delivery service tart. lie was so succ, tsful as a the rates to. 23 cents per box on orange of personal beauty and pleasing man- ,

will be.adopted throughout the lawyer, even at that early age that he and lemons; wh.Ie the strawberry growers ner. Faultless feature do not make a Ta 0 r..IICJI CBOWH'J"WM ..*.. 4tr4S.
union, attracted tne attention of -no general asembly alleged that last year, before tho increase lady lovely who i* disagreeable in diiposllion. Died and void to the publlil 'their )1fIOIIUw

S Reliable report from various points: in and in 1843 was elected solicitor of rates, the cost of tranwportation .-Uotton Journal tf EdIUat M. mainland nlse tbem. We rhape have VBaoHeonetoeitel.tome of IKnie JuweUTL.alook.anil reos9...

southwest Georgia and northern Florida general of the northern judicial circuit, on that peri-cable fruit was fully\ one I will be pl...... exhibit then (n

how that the I rait and melon crops and a position which, at that time, was much half of the receipts from the r *Je, one Franklin': Famous Toat.I Of Pure Cod Liter 011 wltlsHYPOPHOSPHITK8 Ilablx,,we" Opala.far tl. >.8.ppl&.Ild 1.,.,.,.&*t''ck' la Dlamondx the-)} -
the cotton have been seriously damaged, ought after by the younger member of man testifying' that ho had raised straw Ben }'ranklill,wa. dining with a small aoutb and quote the 1 lowest. for really

and in many districts\ almost entirely de the bar .. an honorable and respon ble berries for four years, and that duilnjr 'party of distinguished gentlemen, when or LIt.cE: .AND BODA. line..n_ IVm't buy boofor.. ....n.f,rwr food* '
stroyed. The bad effect of the cold office which promised po.Itical; prefer. that time the freight and commission bad one of them said; "Uere are three rationalities The patient suffering fromCONSUMPTION lit.J.p.StevenaA, AtUuta.UHead. Uru., Jeweler lor' eal&lOI1t.i. 67 r WMUhaU. > '

weather were felt as far, south as Lees. ment. lIe served the state four years in averaged '2.8" per crate. Iho represented; I am French, and ,

burg, Fla. "The report show it to be congress. It i< useless to allude to the transportation companies, on the other my friend there i* English, and Mr. niKWCHITIM' ., COUCH COlAS, OR Far -
the coldest pell known for this time of Incidents of General Gar ell's attest band, stated that they had not been sufficiently Franklin is an American. Let each one remedy WANriftU wlitt! UIMKAMKM.* much MtliftoUoa, m7 ,.U u Ilie be Every 1erhls own Roofer --

the year. Ihe total loss in Georgia aud during the war. lIe was commissioned reimbursed ion the heavy and Unusual propose a toast." would Uk milk.. rbjrilalauearepreecrlt* CHEAPER than SblogU, Tie er Slat.
incurred in handling these It and the En 1I.hman's It''''rJwb.... It I II \ .
Florida will amount to $200,000, and, a biijjudier general by President Davis, expen-es was agreed: to, hug ..... ap.rfstt..iI.lo.\ Reduces W4iUIJC.UBAJCCJ.,and Perfectly
aid a .rfllt 11I.pr04..r.. 'aM e..flow .
coming after such a bad fruit year as last, whereupon ho organized' four regiment nhipmeou of fruits; that on the railroad turn came first. He arose, and in the Fire Water and Wind Proof.
may ruin many :growers.Savannah t ., : of Georxla reserves which were known the fruit was carried in refrigerating cars tone of a Briton bold, said: "Here' to ,

Is going to deal another r a* Gartrell's Brigade, the command of used especially for this service, and was Great Britain..the sun that gave light to For Disordered Liter rs1EEiRuorLuG,1
run through ou a special freight schedule, all nations of the earth. a ,
march This time: she will which he held to the <'lo,o of the war. ,
snatch on from.Charleston.her a of her shipment When Alexander II. Stephens was nominated making the distance in about 00 p>r cent The Frenchman was rather taken backat ;. OR ,!G !!D..sI ,.\
less time than is required by ordinary this but be "Hero's to Try I
of truck Arrangements have been madeto for governor, General Gartrell entered proposed: W J '
truck from Charleston'sdoor the race against him, and during Freight and that special platforms, etc., France, the moon whose magic rays move ,... .I
bring right 25cts. Box. 0uIt drw'
to Savannah and it fiom thereto bat campaign distinguished himself as i bad been built to expedite the speedy tho tide of the world." a "'*
ship sorting and transfer of the fruIt. The Ben then with air of
an orator and skilled politician. After rose an quaint
New York. A train will be
tho Char.estoa and Savannah railroad put on for by the election of Stephens he retired again Ocean Steamship Company also stated modcajy. and laid, '"Here's to George -_

this .. he to private and professional", and since that they bad built a fast vessel exprenely Washington the Joshua of America, who Oar Bootleg le "& havo
purpose 1 trucker already for the carriage of perishable productions, commanded the and to stand OBVASELINE:: *a hat time baa sun moon
made satisfactory term with both the never appeared In'tho arena I ii, 10.05.1 IlU you wrtla tea. ....q., V.acvte., .
and that inuca wont coal was consumed .till and stood C : $ WxTkp ,
railroad company and the .Ocean Steam of politics. Widely known, honored and they still. .u .; :
by it thai by other vtsiei of toe line
beloved by a lArge circle of friends his ,
chip Company considerable of wbat and that besides Upland farmers in the welt Scotland .
this had
in the past has been Charles lon's business last days were spent in useful w rk. they provideda von A OHK.OOL.LAK 8U."weS M kr ....
storage warehouse on thiir pier at New report very heavy losses of sheep 01 *. _UI iiitit* *. (ne w wtfIk eaw..*, le tmt eecee*M,.
will be diverted to Savannah' port.: York ith ttam pipes running thoughIt account of the severe weather and worry *.Uwt>4....... eu mt MMv eaeewSa4 ,,,11.,.. 5 Mba d
Martin Pavia, the foreman for years of DEAD. for the purpose of preventing any injury leg by dogs. Ti__-...ell Pies " n_
the'"First Bale" ] -- .. x_ 18.
plantation of the late to the fruit from fro t and that -- -- 4WI.5OS SetUe et VMMiee feieaflft
"Primus J. sirs, is' still farming on that North Carolina's Chief ,Executive they had alto provided fuel! ties for ()aIW[ .. e VU f VMUaelMt UM Ual4 Cmtm.tweCik ._ .a S u.Sol"&i..u.u.
Good BloodIs .. _..._ ... .... H.
place, and is cultivating the famous Dies of Heart Disease. auction a 1 1PU
the holding sales on thd wharf, all of "",,, y..a4ea5.ap,..auessaW4.ft. .. PA1KTT.oumt
swamp field] from which first bale has Daniel G. Fowle governor of North which eats led a large expense which _Iw.vaea _iS Wau vuaa. m .

been repeatedly gathered. He reports Carolina, died suddenly at Kaleigh,Tuea- was not adequately. by the low : absolutely -LUOr *AoomoN or x// *
that he ha just finished chopping out day night of heart disease The rates of reigut prevailing to the *.,...-----iiOs ..... .,. ..... E EQUAL PAT OSO aJt51 ejft F .
sixty-five of cotton which announcement prior Essential. to ....... _.Nes..piraeal.4..e..a I f ,
acre was created great sorrow in the comolaioed of advance of 831 per cent p.-iwes-. rieapN.4I'esiee SCaN/P aNt t IAouaruscp'sN7348PAPERSlWh.r.
planted the 1st of February, and during city. Night though jt was, the new wh.cbtook effect: in Nuveni 1tJ', 18tfil: -_,a.'niN.. "a..N muSs paN a,weahM a.,.=
the recent coU) wave and preserved it and The complainants and the defense have Cood HealthYou nli mCh .. ... H. Y. I:
spread rapidly, people came to Iho .>.It.. .k Ml*, (; tf Mute w ha,, AsaCi
from frost by the smoke of log heaps governor1* mansion in score to verify both filed the r papers and the case now wllheey cllve flvehssS.-14.

and burning stumps in the fields. He what they had heard. lIon. Dmiel G. rat with the interstate commerce com- may'have im MA.UB. Me r (**
says he will send the first baleof the crop mission e ch side to feel BORE WELLS l wr tMk f*
Fowle teeming
wa* born in the town of Washing quite MONEY I aw rM..Ij
of 1891 to the market by the/3th of July. ton, in Beaufort county, North Carolina, post.ive that the detUion will be iA its Both by taking Os.W.U ".....,..._.5... ,..INNS Fill. I.

The secretary of the treasury on Monday on the ard of March, 1831. His moral favor A decision, however, 1* not BILUU.I !:ILI WNkK OnrBurVl.lTk ..... M.IIMOWkCTEK ( $j _ i..aa.

opened the bid for the location of character was without a blemish. looked for for some time to coma. The Hood'sSarsaparilla .-.y n MllMI:Write. vlwLOOSIIS .. ; U! ;

the site for the new public building to be :| A* a soldier he was alliance farmers and the fruit r.a--.:': t::, :r. ;f L .1* ,.Si
erected at Rome, Ga. According to tho true to his flag! as a leg sUtor he wa* able and vegetable growers sent a delegate nUAI Cat.'o.10 .

specification provided in the bid, the and conservative, as a 'lawyer be stand before the commission to pre- 1 1 & ,aulW.IIo'he.

Ue must be 130x100 feet it a corner lot;. without a superior a* a judge hewa ent their grievances against the I _

or 160x100: if an interior lot. After *' great and pure, and an ornament transportation lines, as they were too late 4 7IFFIN.SEEDS.

opening bid. Secretary Foster refused to that bench which bad been occupied ,to ,formally enter suit. .Although the The beet

to make. public tha name* 'of the by such men a* Caldweli, M..nly, Nash, commission could take DO action, owing .
bidders, on the ground that it would Pearson Battle, Ruflia and Ba"ger, and to this fact, the membert of ft as well u Blood Purifier. .I..N u4. .t_......steak d Ow
... w4 ....<.lkM. precipitate
fierce local fight and cause a* a political orator none surpassed him. others present, listened attentively to the ..* d (U iw-n at Si .-..._.... Tr..twes$ ldiot1Msb
'the d partraept no end of trouble. ,A* 'In .1870 he was a Tiljeo elector. On complaint oi th* vegetable nvn through{ It possesses nis's._. MW&Tri a.OmM.TiMkr.. IM W-wTowkwd.J... ..eso .. Wince.. Eur

the sites for over a hundred buildings are June 30, 1889, he was nominated for their delegates, who stated that they did; Curative Power (Jioa ';-.ioll.. __ 0. o._ v........ to"'!'. THC
to be kated W*l.rU.r,,. led... C ii... .
wIthin the next month, the governor by the democratic convention, aot wish to antagonize, lbs> carriers lb. 0WoIiof SIThb..Mt. 110'." .......... -
ereUiy fe' avoid the. annoy. and ha held that office ever since. recognizing that their Interests are identical .:t ea'a.Os., PROF. LOISETTE'SMEMORY ? EW
aace ot -ieMag to ae.egauooa cent U but that they needed immediate P culiarTo'itself 000KLIeh.

Wahiogtoa in the. interest of certain' relief and desired a joint conference with EPILEPSY FITS

lite& U* Bin send a special: agent to&me THE AMERICAN HOG the transportation m c fa order to see if or = d niweud d eat.i.wi

aad the other place, to iavwtizate an amicable adjustment could sot be Cm**kf P. O. P. Btawe1. I'..... B. ..l t f.. Ales ItmT Seem I.iwi-imE IA
the bid ud act up** the agents recommeodaUoB.t Will Now ,Enter German Ports reached. The transportation men acceded: ."YO...c.."': ,.... H.tur.t_ AMmlicM. a" 1- fan, 5"'... '1A ;
TJwColumUaabid* wilt be to this and it decided : ; ift
Without Molestation.It request wt to hold Bill
opened at. .ee.. a conference-la Mew York; on ..Om.A ..... ..... n.
...- : ..... ..IJlfak.tC ... & : anbooaceil that the German government committee of three wa appointed April by bfflMfi w,...... I 13 ftIZLL
The has finitely resolved to withdraw .ip&uaaNesI
O..go sad Vegetable Auctiton the and CATARRH.On .rt
grower, they po to New 'York :. ,i4.b
: I.e _
the I S -
American tia..L t
company at placed upon g
report that orange instructed to waive BO rights but to I)
', con- I Le. _
have reached the 4 highest point pork: It b added, boa ever, that official fat with the railroad commission, with Ti. :. lSSL -= .. po.l'k, .WtuSaMU 1:1IIDlT1ll11L : -
touched notice of this withdrawal will a CaM '- '
this aeaaoo. They MY: .'Bay. probably view of arranging matter without Jiti- eo.. .< On* -. H..1ft........B..... "_, BACGYKNEt1.jpUiretthU.es4es
en have be for time ia view ta o. :
gathered here on their way delayed torn of cerUlu cation.m ..w...... II.Y. ..... ... 1>..Il.E'E! II sa.a.r&_ M..iy
Aorta, a* lie fruit throughout the state negotiation, nhkh are atill going oo MM>*e BWBetWrS- MI-asi-VBIIf |-. --- -- ...M.llrlf, <<

*a* became too much scattered to py between the German government and thcovtmoxeot JOB want to reach tie peopletSould yen 1sniIf sdsl'p.ta.u.g ia&w...saweilsen M.n. .. . .. . . .net.., .... ,i w- -'
of the United Bute, advertise la thk paper W. ...(iKA*.Vfl eV ".WeaMv W... t,CIO.


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LETTER Resolved, That the Commissioners ai 1" ( Di' NEGLIGEE
OUR pointed by the Governor of the State i tel X'

revise, simplify, arrange and consolidate -S E;' bJ rnQ 8 4 d 1
all the public statute of England, of th e w: y AND'WINDSOR
A Review of Doings at the Capital territory and state of Florida, now I III ar. =y ii
J.rS' J.
Week. force In this State, under chapter 8905 ; TIES:::
the Past
for 1
- of the Laws of Florida be requested to ; Qz: & ,

lay a printed copy of tbe public actsreviMed JlO od8 "U CD 11o 5-1:? .00.. .... Are the Proper Thing for Gentlemen Wear this_ Weather.WE .
'Special Correspondence to Advocate. before the legislature, In accordance $ ? &
with the provisions of said act; and = c. m q :
TAJ.LAHAK8EE' : April 15, 1891. !ai.8.
on Frjday the same gentleman presentedbill ( ,. 0 Rs :L HAVE THEM;
Doth houses of the Legislature became [ aOS Et
fully orfjnnl/cil! and proceeded to the No. 70, to amend chapter 8624 of the tR a ... 0 .1:11 IrIp I tI: ; r; | -- r
transaction of business last Wednesday. Laws of Florida, entitled an act to make : 11J H .!. Fsaa l: I:: c .5i. /III''f' !!JOHf ;
the stealing of certain domestic animals, g 0N 0ti S 0a. Also Black Satin Suspenders
radical had been' at 'g
Something expected g; r
therein and a :
mentioned, a felony, to provide ri n _'t C : ,, ,,
this semion In the way of a reform of for the punishment thereof. = 0 e: C M E=
Atkinson introduced s So t a* i'C d ;z g White_ Satin Lining,.at One Dollar. ,
the oysU'in of tax assessment and collection On Monday last Mr. i 1: =" Q
now In force. This expectation bill No. 94,' to grant lands to the M e CD 1rJl"t v ti:: i; a: Western Railway Company of Florida ? finest Out.
The Tiling
was fully realized by the introduction, to aid In the construction of a railroad F Ft' f b
by Senator Hammond, of a bill which' from a point at the western terminus of 8 .rage. p it IZi& \
will be known as "Bill No. 7." the railroad constructed by the Green !} OC S5kfHNiOlllsMh: i iJ >'l"; .
The rules were suspended, and the Cove Spring and Melrose railroad to '1" =-: 9 sn CLOTHING OF ALL ,
Melrose with branches to Starke and -
fclll given its first reading and referredto ? ''x : :

its appropriate committee. It Is hawthorn At the.same time Mr. Dougherty, of use _. CD.!:z: (j}. ? 9 | | ? rn'! J. P. TURNER &; COGroceries '

looked upon as an absurdity by many of Volusia, presented No. 95. relating to o Q iloS-p PI
/the most prominent members of bothShe the Blue Springs, Orange City and. Atlantic E: s: :r f.rJ 5 h --

( Senate and House, and In order that It is Railroad stated here Company.that It.Is intention () "; .O p- 9 : r r S I' E. L. $R.&:cz-.,

lour readers may form their own COn. of the new"ownen' of this road-the Atlantic =' :t .0... = ". H 2
elusions, I send you the text In full. and Western-which runs from .e ; $U lfIfi : p
Blue Springs to New Smyrna, to extendIt 8 C. f 8 Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer.
SECTION:' 1. That from and after the cD 111 !=' s ,
to Titusvllle time for next season's G .. .3ii ,
passage of this act there shall no more business. If half of the rumors of railroad C tsP J.I I 0 x I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of

!|(ands be sold for hazes in the state of extension to Indian River, whichare I-a L'J ...
-Florida( -either state or county. floating about, should materialize, T1 MI G1fD 5: [3 Staple Ac Fancy Oroeeries, Fruit ,

-See. a. It shall be the duty of the tax your lovely section will be well supplied. I (U id its) And Food ProductsOf
Senator Uardee says, the line from Lake 0
() All Kinds. Also Stock of
collectors of the several counties of this : Jessup to Rockledge will certainly. be I oo My

:state to open their books for the pay constructed by next season Grain Hay Bran Cotton Seed Meal
ment of taxes on the first Monday, in Florida has no usury law at present, \ ,
but from present indications One will be Ground Food and Wheat. ,
November 1801 aud close them the
on enacted at this session. The bill whichis JAMES HOLMES, President! I am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively the above line of
same dates, respectively for each succeeding under discussion is a moderate one alIt BREYARD COUNTY Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I invite your correspondence and solicit!
year thereafter. fixes the maximum rate at ten per ALBERT A. TAYLOR, Secretary. your patronage. Very truly,
See. 8. When the tax collectors shall I cent. This should not shutout capital ]n. L.'SR.E11 .
for surely ten per cent Is quite enough: STATE
lave closed their books herein
as now or I INDIAN RIVER
Interest to satisfy any reasonable man If
provided, it shall not be lawful for said! the security safe. While if the collateral :. GEORGE M. ROBBINS, WALTER. S. GRAHAM,
tax collectors to receive further moneys Is Inadequate, a higher rate ol .
that may remain due for taxes. Anwithin d, Interest would not be any inducement COCOA, FLORIDA.Incorporated REAL ESTATE Attorney-at-Law.
to the conservative lender.
thirty days from the date of the An attempt will be money made to pass a bill 1880.CAPITALS .
'closing) of said books, it shall be the duty providing for a period of redemption Robbins & Graham

of the several tax collectors to certify to probably a year-In which to redeem EXCHANGE ,

the state of Florida, and send said certificates property sold under foreclosure or at Paid Up, 925.OOO. *
.beritf"lale etc. This will hardly be .
to the comptroller, all lands in desirable or just, unless the present laws Authorized, $100,000.

.their respective counties upon which the governing the foreclosure of mortgagesare COCOA Indian River FLA.' Real Estate Dealers. .

Mazes may remain unpaid. rendered. less expensive 'and com ACCOUNTS SOLICITED. ,

Sec. 4., It shall be the duty of the plicated.Mr.
BUtch, of Levy, and Mr. Butch, of to Loan at Lowest Rates.
comptroller, within thirty days after Marion county, area pair of energetic Money Property of All Kinds Bought, Sold and ALL KINDS OF PROPERTY BOUGHT,. SOLD, 'AND EXCHANGED.

iuch certificates have been sent to him, but somewhat of the demo- DIRECTORS: Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Company

to have made out, and cause to be published gogue'order. They are after money G. S. HASDKK, President. Exchanged
In some prominent newspaper In lenders with a sharp stick. JAMES HOLMES Vice-President. -
The shooting affair at the Leon Hotel, ;Hf All Inquiries will be promptlyand Titusville, Brevard Co., Florida.
Oftth of the several counties of the state, last Saturday, caused considerable excitement R. B. HOLMES, Cashier. reliably answered. Fire Insurance .
,IA list of all the lands which have been ; and It was no fault of Harvey's ALBERT A. TAYLOR, J. M. SANDERS' written in standard companies at lowest P. O. Box, 250.
certified to the state from each county that the results were not serious. Nobody J. F. WooTEJf. rate.
We Buy and Sell All Kinds of, Heal Estate, and are Sole Agents for i
tespootlvely. Such lists shall be published anair!is"u.almost hurt. lorgotten badly however"jinv-, and: Alexander the large list of carefully-selected Properties in all parts of Brevard county.

for thirty days. acted entirely on the.defensive, RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, location and value of- any Property

Sec. 6. Any person or persons whose but he was fined In the mayor's court, The Co. on Indian Itiver. ,
well his assailant but. Clyde Steamship Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are unequalledand
\ands shall have been so certified to the on Monday, as as will Purchase
for a much smaller amount. every effort be made to give perfect satisfaction to Intending
state shall have, at any time within five John F. Dunn, the millionaire banker, who may favor us with their patronage. -
years from the date of said certificate, phosphate king, etc., and erstwhile No Properties ted unless the Title is Perfect.
the right to redeem said lands, upon the prominent senatorial candidate whose Special attention given to Colonies' and Syndicates, desiring large bodies of Low

I vayment to the comptroller of the portrait and biography appeared In a Priced Lands.
: ,Write for Descriptive Catalogue.
recent issue of esteemed contem
Amount of taxes due said lands your
at .
upon .
porary, the Star, has withdrawn from.
the time of its certification,with Interest the race, but knowing ones bin!, that he

.at 8_per cent up to the date.of IU re.mptlon la only being kept In his stall for a time ED""i3l' ARD STILI1VG.
together with a fee of $9 on and will be led forth as a well groomed,
each certificate to the glossy, dark horse later on. Cocoa Indian River Florida
cover expense of
Of course your readers want to know ,
clerical work In the comptroller's office about CALL'S chances. Well, they have Dealer in '
And the cost of advertising. Improved steadily up to this time. The

Sec. C. The state's title to all lands caucus last night by a vote of 1 60 to 40, PAINTS, HARDWARE, STOVES, TINWARE &: AGATEWARE,
which was afterwards made unanimous,
which shall have been certified to It, and adopted the two-thirds rule. PLUMBERS' 4 MILL SUPPLIES, OILS, GLASS A PUTTY, TABLE

which have not been redeemed, shall Nominations were then made and the New York, Charleston and Florida Lines.The & POCKET CUTLERY, BARBED WIRE, WIRE NETTING,.
mature and become absolute at the expiration names of Hon. Wilkinson Call and Ex.
of five years from 'its certification Gov. W. D. Bloxham were the only ones
; and all such lands shall be placed offered. The vote on the first ballot was magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed DOORS, sasH, r1INDS: :7BRIt7A:: ,
Call 00, and Bloxham 37. Five more
t>y the comptroller upon the state's list votes would have elected the people's to sail as follows : Lime & Cement, Shingles &..LathGunl .

of public lands; and when sold by the champion. The second ballot being (RaVDARD TI...) Ammunition and Fishing Tackle of all kinds. Ship Chandlery Goods,Gauze

tate all proceeds arising therefrom,overand called, was Call 60, and Bloxham 88, From(.not Mew W.X.York.R.) STEAMER From Florida.Jacksonville. Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasoline Stoves, Coffins and Caskets;
Senator Bristol, of Volnsla, having ARTESIAN WELL PIPE Lawn Mowers Ice
above the_amounts of taxes Interest Friday Mar.! 1 p. M."ALaONQUIN".Thursday, Apr. 2d, at I ,30 a. Specialty. ,
changed from Call tq Bloxham. The Monday, Mar.30th at 3 P. ......"CHKKOKKEl(:......Sunday, Apr. 6th, at 130 P. r. Cream Freezers; Brick, Lime, Cement and
and costs, shall be placed to the creditof friends of Call claim this gentleman only Wednesday, Apr. I.t.,at. P. ......"YEMA88BE..Tueeday. Apr. 7th, at SAO P. .. Chimney Pipe; Flags ft Bunting;
Friday Apr. & ataptondav II..SEJIUSOLE? ........-Thursday Apr. 9th, at 4.30 P. r.
the school and made the change for variety, while the Table and Pocket
immigration tunda1IIqua1J Cutlery Mouldings Scroll etc.
Apr. 5th,at' r. r....."1KOOUO1H..........Sunday Apr. 12th, at 7.00A.M. ; Work.'etc.,
,. anti-Call pledge that Volusia'senator Wednesday Apr. nth,at 3 r. ......"ALOONUUIN" Tuesday Apr. 14th at 800A.M. Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free on application Correspondent
-- was only to_Call on the first bal. Friday Apr.IOthat3 P. r....."CHERO E'd..Thursd.y, Apr. lath, at 1000A.M. solicited and estimates furnished
ceo. 7 No deeds, as now provided by lot. There Is no doubt, Call Is the choiceof Monday, Apr.13th,at 8 r. .....".YJIA8E'i.! ........Sunday Apr. 1Mb, at 1.30 p. r. promptly.
...... .....
Issue Wednesday Apr. 1 r "SKMlJIOLhy' .Tuesday Apr. 21st, at 8JO p. r.
Uw.Vhall upon any tax certificates the people and the legislature. But Friday, Apr.'17th at S Plonday. K. "IROCHIOI.S." .........Thursday, Apr. Sad, at 400A.M.
11ow' outstanding for three from he |s by no means sure of election. No & Apr.loth,at 3 p. r."ALOON9UIN "....Sunday, Apr. :.Itb. at i.00 A. M.1M .
years one can tell what a day bring forth. Wednesday, Apr.iUd: at S r. ......"<'KEBOIJ I........Tueada'. Apr.' 28th, at A. r.
the passage of this act; and any personor may Friday Apr.34th,at 3 p. K."YEMA88Ex..".......Thursday, 80th, at 9M A. M. J. S. Watson
In my next letter I hope to tell your Monday, Apr.!87th at 3 P ... : r''' .. ..Sunday may. ad, at uoou' i Co.
persons whose lands may have heretofore good people that their favorite candidate Wednesday,at 3 P. r...'ireaWole ..........Tuesday, fith, at Leo r. ;..'
been sold for taxes, and to which I is safe for six yean more of honest service errew. ,
tat: deeds shall not have been Issued at in their behalf. SPECTATOR.

the time of the passage of this act,shall, St. Johns River Line. COn.miss1on

At any time within three yean from the Latest Tallahassee News.At .

:jwsage of this act, have the right to the caucus held Wednesday night ., For Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points on AND .

"Redeem said lands by taking the steps a letter from Ex. Gov. Blo ham was the St. JohnsRiver.

now provided by law for the redemption read in which he protested against his FORWARDING '
name being used u a candidate and reaffirming The elegant Iron Bide-wheel Steamers MERCHANTS.1
of lands from tax sales that '
; hi. determination to withdraw "CITY OF JACKSON VILZ.E "
the rate of Interest, from and after the from the fight. The epistle was presented ,
passage of this act, shall be only 8 per by !Senator Rogen, the Alliance Ca*t. W. A. SHAW,
ant.Sec. leader, who immediately afterwards "FRED'K BABY," Dealers in Fertilizers
nominated lIon. J. G. Speer of Orange
8. Tax deeds to all lands upon county, as an Alliance candidate. Mr. Capt. T. W. LUND,Jr., ,
Are appointed to tall from Jacksonville,dally except Saturday at JJO: m., and from Sanford, P. Henderson
which tax certificates may be now outstanding Charles Dougherty, of Volusia, who evidently dally except Sunday at ft a ... p. & Co's Garden Seeds,
and which shall not have been did not like this turn of affairs,

redeemed, as provided in section, shall, made an apology whom he for having voted"that for SOUTHBOUND.Head Down. SCHEDULE. NORTHBOUND.Bead Up.Laave Orange Boxes '(Crates! &: paper. ,

at the expiration of three yean from Bloxham designated as" and 3.:3o p. r.............................Jacksonville...........................Arrive 11.45 p. M. I.
Honorable weak-kneed gentleman, IJIO r. M.. .. ; .......Palatka.... .................Leave IMr. r.
ihe passage of this act, issue a* now promised his hearers he would never .. Lao: A. M........... ........::.......Astor........:.:::_.............. 1400g. M,
vote for him Charles seems "' S.45 A. M......................St. )rraacll................. ... 1X45: r. M. CEMENT, PLASTER & HAIR.
again. AGENTS
.HproTldad law. FOR LIMB
by 8.00 A. M..............................Bersaford............................ II.45 A. M. OCALA
0# jSec.; 0, All laws and parts of law la to be losing hU temper' and baa realised M (.00 a. r...................,..._,..Bias SprtnfS.......................... .* 11M A. M Agents for the C. F. .
that the hayseed, wits which he has Arrive s.oo A. M..................I..... fUnfant........................... 1.00.. r' T. BEFBIGEBATOB CARS.
/ with this act be and the same been decorating his raven locks for the SJSA. it..........................laurprise............................ I.tO: A. r'
ire atraty repealed. past few months, has not had the magic General Passenger and Ticket Of flee, 88 W. Bay SL, Jacksonville; win Fwabh Cars Wawa Deelred. and, *.,4.. that they. arc property LOADED.. ICKDBal"KD.

Senator Hirdoe has Introduced two Influence with, the Alliance men which F.X.IKONMONOKR., Florida rueennr Afent,U Weet Bay Bt,Jacksoovllle,)la.J. TRACED DeetUatioa.
he fondly hoped it would. .0. PKLOT rrelcht Ago ou wbatt.tootlogaa Street,Jeckaonvllle,Fla. We will Buy all kinds of Fruits, Vegetables Furs fad
till hut Thursday known U senate Call has downed Dunn and Bloxham .JOHN.. HOW 41LD.k iurtda Frelcht Agent,foot Laura tte.t,Jacksonville.Fla.i. and Skins;
,toot Laura we will Buy and Sell anything offered
ttlla number S3 and 84. Titles follows A.USL.JI:1-Ku: rtDteDdeat Street.JachwsvU.Via.TH to us.
as : and will be made to .
an .
attempt Spear ro.O.A: &a.TrsJBo Manager 6 BowUnf On. New York.
No. S3, to provide for the redemption him. MARSHALL H.CLVUIC H.Traeo Maaagcr.Bowling Gravy New Tortc. Correspondence solicited on any wants you may have.

of land sold for taxes since 1886, and for the Every Alliance effort vote la,being but with mad.little to effect.divide WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Gen'l Agents., ..... _Respectfully J. S. WATSON COI

cancellation of tax in certain: case. Senator Rogers a power,and will span II ...tJa Whence.rhn.ddW. 8 BwUaOreem..New'I'OI'k. -

No. 84 to provide for an index to no effort to defeat CalL He nay accomplish T. a*. ,., TON

-deeds, etc., In each county of the state his purpose-but at what a ,

-of norm. I cost? Can he ever carry his head proud C. J. HECTOR, INDIAN RIVER HOTELjTITUSVILLE ])ISTILLER.puRE .
ly erect, and look his constituents in the ;
0> the same day Mr. Atkinson, your face without a blush again Can be

able representative, introduced Douse ever come before,the people who loved Dealer In General

Billa, No*. 17 and 81, M follows: and honored him, and speak to them ash :Dtterc'h: d 11lgeHelboUI'De. SO U.II."IJr: : A"Sarv RJB."Y.:
No. 17, to extend the power of theaallroad has spoken in the past, without feelIng -
Commissioners of the State of that he is no longer a "man without Fla. Indian River, Fla.L Distiller & Warehouse
rida In the matter of Joint rate,part- reproach And will those who hopedfor ,
by land and partly by water, and to so much from his leadership. ever Ml: MABBKTTE PBOPB.
event unjust nil- listen to his voice when he comes among T. J.,Eaton & Co., Agents, Tltusvnie
cads against competing steamboat.,and them again, without recalling how he Hats, Shoes Clothing,Drj Goods Fla.
to open the waterways of the State of helped accomplish the defeat of that old -
Florida to Roman whose declining yean are being Goods.
competition. Just ArriTud. Splendid
No. embittered with the sharp sting of ingratitude This is the moat central Hotel in town,
to amend section 1, chapter
3.TM of d. Laws of Florida entitled an and who is being crushed by OILS, PAINTS HABDWAKK LEAD and Is only four minute walk.from the ADVERTISE in this
act to suppress gambling house and those who owe their success and Influence DRUGS. GROCERIES CRALH Paper.
Hallway Depot and close to Steamboat
gambling; end the following concurrent to the kindly aid and encourage- Of all kinds; and U fact a fall tine of ,
,caotuU *- I Co"'iulc4 0"ftrsl ftyf. ererjUiinj. Call and examine. 11 Landing 18
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