East Coast advocate

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East Coast advocate
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Titusville Fla
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April 24, 1891
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Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note:
W.S. Graham, editor.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).

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Vol. 2. TITUSVILLE, Indian River, FS A., FRIDAY, APR. 24, :1891.: 'No. ii.:

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LOCAL NEWS. -Mr. J. K. Martin, of Charlestown, -Very large variety of children's and \-Xr. Eugene Brsinerd, of Eau Gallle, -Rev. 8. Gove will preach at Eau Fort Pierce '

misses' straw,hats at "The Bazaar." 11* waa In town Wednesday.
S. C., visited town Monday. Gallle Baptist Church on Sunday. All -

-Mr. and Mrs. Martin of Columbus, -Mr. J. W Rogers' new store has -The new schedule of the Indian River. are Invited. Miss Pearson and her niece, from Eden* v ; 1

.Society ..d General Ooiwlp In connection 0., started homewards, Tuesday. been plastered inside this week. .Steamboat Co. went Into effect onM -Senator Matt. Quay bas been, informed attended church on Sunday, '

with Indian River and Lake Worth wo.Uon -Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Buchanan, of Mtaday.iMr. by his physician that he has Mr. O'Brien of Mloco, was down hew "
church. Service
during part week. Brief mention ofInte..Unlr Episcopal morningand I last week line repairing business,' rw
N. Y. In town short ':
were a and' Mrs. Frank Brown have heart disease > /
Erentel About People Ton evening on Sunday. Rev. B. F. ; > f. Mr..WUI8cheppey! called In Sunday ;,
Know, and People Ton Don't Know Drown Will officiate. time Wednesday. nHyred Into the Titus cottage, and are -Everyone who has seen the 1891 New on his way to the Keys,. !In the Mhooaer.* Y

Picked .p by Onr SWety Editor. -rhonograph'entertainment.. Secure Phonograph entertainment Mondayand busily engaged attending to household Process gasoline stove at Altree'a, thinkIt [ardee.Mr. r

your scats early and avoid the rush : Tuesday evenings. Secure your duties.Dr. perfection i 1-1 .'Paine Is having A car line hUt at, r 't
Advertisements under this head seats early and don't fail to be present his dock. He Intends buying '
Reserved seats, 79 cents. I Dodson, the popular Titusville -Mn. and Miss Brock left heTe for oordwooit't:
ing are ten cent line weekdiet -Sunday evening at the Episcopal for the steamers. Iti
per per dentist, expects to make a professional Jacksonville yesterday. Capt. Brook
-Money I Money I I )[oneylll 1 l I to I We are now enjoying real iummer : ,
the"ADVOCATE at Dr. Screven's. church, the Rev. B. F. Brown will deliver trip down the river next week, reaching expects to leave for Eau GaDle today.Mr. weather n ,'
loan not hot
on real estate. Apply to Robbing: ; too or too !ooldj.andauv ', !
Five Cents per copy. Graham, Titusville, Fla. a sermon "To Young' Men. All are Jupiter about May Day. Arthur 0. Haralln of the well mosquitoes ;yet |V "

nvlted.Mr.. -Mr. W. C. Compton, Mrs. A. W. known firm of laWJ'e --namlla A Stew. Mr. Dardis and Mr. Daniels intond. ."M "I'I' '
Yesterday was St. George's Day. -MI811 Ovle Barnard of Marion Ind.
Jaa. Jones, auditor of the Indian White and child, and the Misses L. M. art, DeLand-was In town Wednesday nttlngoord-woodon-Mr Falao'a dotik r

-MAT DAY-at Cocoa. Don't forgetto was In town on Monday, on a'trip down River Steamboat Co., expects to have White and A. E. White, of Warrick, ,N. evening. lie returned home yesterday. as soon as It Is completed. 1 11
attend and enjoy reel res. the river. Mr. Jim Bell has got his. boat; "back,
you his office removed to Jacksonville after .
Y4 arrived In town on Wednesday eve -The steamer st. Augustine, In command
Messrs. J. H. Sams and J. J. La- -We are pleased to note Mr. Mab- the first of May. ning's train. .., of Capt Bute, with Purser 0. H. gain found that in was the stolen Narrows some time ago. ; it :,
bette of the Indian River Hotel Is much I was t tDir.
Roche were In town Monday.Mr. 2P" subscribing 1.50 Watson made her last trip from Onnond
By annum ,
better in health. per it --We have a new line of summer coats .. Shooh"has been verytU laWlfi
Geo. F. Ensey, of Tropic, has for the ADVOCATE, It will only cost yeti and.vests, Alpaca coats, white vests and on 'Saturday, and now runs: between laving severe fainting fltsr WearegUa r ?

been spending a few days In town this -Mr. and Mrs Joseph Daggit, and Three Cent Per Week, ltng Included, spring pants to suit everyone.-Goldsmith here and Melbourne. to note she Is slowly recovering ;

week: kfrsj. Cha Dennis, of Chicago, were in to> any part ef the United States. ,. Bros., Titusville. -l -In consequence of May Day coining Mr. E. Summerlln and family returned'

The new residence of Mr. and Mrs.. F. town; Wednesday.Mr. -Oleander Point, between Rockledgeand '-Mr. Chu. Goodyear: very generouslydonated on Friday next, the ADTOCAT* win got from her their, Jake trip,up and the:family river; bringing bsdk'with'*, .

T.Budge on Main street, Is being rapidly Edwin McChesney, of Herman, Cocoa, Is a beautiful spot for one,ol' $250 towards the completion of to press early on Thursday,Sao that our bro

pushed forward. kf Inn.:; and Mrs. S. :McChesney, of New those pleasant, sociable reunions which the Rockledge-Cocoa Episcopal church.Go staff! may be able to enjoy the amuse J'a11l01Oov...held service here on S...

Haven, Conn., were In Titusville on Is the delight of Indian River residents. ments at Cocoa and Rockledge, day} It being very line day he had .
-Mri: and Mrs. S. F. Gibbs and family, around to "The Bazaar," ''spend .
and big congregation-numbering severity-
of Melbourne, were In town a day or so Tuesday. Stop at the Titunllle Meat Market, M cts., and receive a nice present onljf -We notice the genial popular six people.. t.
this- -Tax-a ellllor Hall states that the on Washington Avenue when come Oapt Chas. Brook still'attending to ,f,
you one present to one customer in one day. Mr. T. J. O'Brien has bought two ;
-Bay your negligee shirts, summer tax books will be open at his place at to town. Fresh eggs, chickens, regettr (One price to all.) 11* things ashore; but many of hi. Indian acres of pineapple land from Mr.XV JB.
Sharpes until the 20th of May! After ties, beef, pork sausages, Tel Deeee butter River friends would be glad to see him Everett, and Intends to set out two..ors'r'
ties etc., etc., at Goldsmith Bros., -Mr. J. J:Flannery, of Clifton, was intown and of this
afloat Brook Bule pines ,
land again. Bravo
that date, on which the taxes have etc. E. J. Davis, manager. tf. > ; spring.W.
Washington ave., Tltunllle.I this has been T, HAnnti-.1
not been paid win be advertised for sale. week. He making the 8 B.'share popular captains. ,. a
-Mr. Andrew 8. Lee, of Rockledge, -Mrs. W. B. Watson and daughter, considerable Improvements on his place -Many of our readers will be pleased ;eBMaMaOBMBMIMBiMIBMMMM*
from his to Jack- -Mrs. S. W. Knapp and Miss Wattles, Mamie, returned to town from Jacksonville I during the short time he ha held British
returned, Monday, trip I posslon. to learn of the good luck of the late Purser Victory,
of Eau Gallie the Indian
registered'at Tuesday evening, after a length
sonville. lie came by way of New Smyrna -I i Altree, who, out of nine resident -
on the Sweeney. iUver Hotel on Tuesday, on their way ened absence. Their friends were gladto -A pleasant little whist party gathered students, graduated. Last week he was SVLXA, April 18.-The British troope
to Sherburne, 'N. Y. This was Miss welcome them back again.Mr. appointed to take charge of the women's after a stubborn fight with .a ;large lone ,
Extracts from a very Interesting Wattles' first visit to Indian River; but and Miss Hall of and at Mrs. S. M. Lorlmler's Wednesday department at the Howard St Medical of Mlransals, defeated them with hear,* R a t
letter from Egypt, written by the bro- we understand she enjoyed herself so Sharpe.; evening, Mrs.F. M. Ironmonger and Mrs. College, at Baltimore, Md. i oss. Several British soldiers and two. ,
win be Miss Carrie Willmott, of City Point, B. B. of Jacksonville English officers wore wounded.
ther of Mr. Chas. ,Goodyear, while here that Pope, being among
she Intends
found In another column. comIng registered at the Indian River Hotel, those presentMr. The Town Council The feature of the fight was the 3O- ,'
again. :Mrs. Knapp is so charmed Tuesday. Miss Wlllmott and MIJI.,Dan ; Esa i Rant( and successful charge of the British. A
-The C. F. T. Co. have changed Its with Ean Gallle that she has purchased J. O. Walton, of Gallle, baa I Held Its regular meeting yesterday.The The advantage gained wlU be followed '
Tu-A Hall with the
are assisting llelior of the clerk and treasurer
name to the.Continental Fruit Transportation ,land and Is building a substantial residence tax books. just had an artesian well driven by Jno.McAllister. and of reports the marshal and collector were up by the British, who wlU advance today tr
break the
of will On Wednesday the wen to through enemy's Ilns. :
Co. This change name at that picturesque place. ; received and accepted.. The treasurer'sreport Standard.
'cause no alteration in the Initials on the -Mrs. S. M. Lorimler, accompaniedby ww[finished, with. flow of r.a\er 60 feet showed a cash balance' of over
-The river in front of G.Bobbins' .
bank Mr. Mrs. F. M. Ironmonger and Mrs. B. In hand. This la the largest sum ,'
11,000 :
cars. /sApvj.the level of the river. V?* water ... "
residence has boon considerably I. Pope, of Jacksonville?returned TUM? excellent and fresh. that has eve1'.raced thetown treasury: Aiiother.I'Maeant ''RIP_4M'
Is nearly
-Mr. and Mrs. E. A.. CUatfleld, child Improved lately: A stairs, with Mrs. Pope to The street committee advised the expenditure -

and servant, who have been spendingthe handrail, has been erected on the em- day evening.home tomorrow while expects Mrs; Iron-return -Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ballantlno and of several hundred dollars In Mrs. McLellan, Mrs. M. P. Bobbin, p ;!

winter at their place at Rockledge, bankment, seats placed In position, a ; Miss Helen B. Ballantine, who have paving Washington avenue with shell Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. ,Bobbins and..on,
monger may remain with her parents until from the railroad depot to the Dank, but
returned homewards on Wednesday been stopping at Sharpos all the winter; Rufus Masters Person Faddlson and Ed.
small wharf built out into the river, and Monday. Their 'friends were action was deferred until next meeting.The ,
morning's,train."Tiddle.dewinks". the lot fenced In. Terraces will also be glad to see their genial many faces In Titus and also Mr. and Mrs. Betts, left the ordinance committee was requestedto Rump, Miss Kate Paddlson the Mlase i'*

'was one of the made on the embankment, in addition ville above place on Saturday last for New frame an ordinance creating tho office Jennette and Annie Paddlson, and Jtfxw
again. They were present at the
of commissioner of parks and town
amusing games at the residence of Mr. to; other improvements. entertainment and dance last night. Smyrna, on their way to their summer and also to frame an ordinance property c. H. Walton started, Saturday on A

and Mrs. Geo. M. Bobbins, Tuesday eve- Sergeant Joseph E. Lanouette, arrived home In Somerville, New Jersey. Miss prescribing fire limits. The Broad street pleasure trip on the up-river; but at the)
-The firm of J. P. Turner
ning. Miss :Kate Paddlson appeared to here on Monday from the Signal enterprising Ballantine seemed to regret, very much, question was not acted upon. The next kind Invitation of the St.: Louis adios, '

be an expert at the game. Station at Fort Grant, Arizona, to take A Co. are again proving themselves leaving Indian River, and hopes to be regular meeting occurs on May 14th. topping at El Dora, the Utter fouratqp-,

charge, of the Signal.Service stations I the most progressive and liberal of any back again early next winter, when her ped ashore, while the, former members
-Th. steamer now
Georgians In this of the State. To
between Titusville and Jupiter, in placeof part every customer numerous friends will gladly welcomeher. The Steamer Sweeney of the party continued the Journey Xa
between Tltnrvilla
'been taken off the route
and Melbourne and la now running Sergeant Horsey, who, with his wife, buying 60 eta. worth of goods The above patty took the steamer Will be hauled off on May 1st for New Smyrna on the steamer Sweeney ,,

between here and, Ormond. Herman wlU leave here,to-day, for Sante Fe;New they are absolutely giving a nice little Sweeney as far as New Smyrna, thinking painting, etc. Due notice! will be given In the evening, Mrs. Chambers (the..- t;

Mexico. Sergeant Hersey has the best present worth about ten cents, f mother to continue the journey to Ormond on when she will resume her regular trips. enable lady who presented the flag tofiMi 1
Fischer who II fast gaining popularity '
wishes of his many friends for an enjoy houses. And still their prices are the St Augustine, but were rather disappointed R. P. PAODISOV, General Manager. Sweeney) suggested.a progressive Crash
-fa In command.For .
about 25': cent below their competiors. -
able time in his new field of labor. per when one of the ADVOCATE re party, and three tables were qulc1d.r r f
Sale, cat-rigged, round bottom; They are the people who inaugurated Phonograph Entertainment
-Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Goodyear, Mr. staff Informed them the schedule had surrounded by the participants-eoaa-'
centre-board sail boat; fifteen feet long, low prices on Indian River. 11* been altered. Of two popularand At TUiuvUte.PBOOBAMMB .
and Mrs. Walter Goodyear, the Misses course, posed of ten ladles and two gentlamaav ,
five and a half feet beam; decked f oru Carrie, 'Agnes and Evelyn 'Goodyear, energetic officers like Capt. Bole and Play proceeded<< with considerable aptctt,

; te.-ard and aft; good sized cockpit; tight Hiss Powe, and the Rev. B. F, Brown If Purser C. II. Watson always have plenty FOB TUESDAY ZVEHWQ.: until nearly) twelve o'clock, and tentaV

i \ ,fRlulng, perfectly dry, and In good repair; and wife, came up from Rockledge, Warranty, Mortgage, Satisfaction and friends who like to travel on their boat. "Evening Bells," First Reg. Band, Dated by Miss II. D. Wilkinson securing' ,
boat for its size. Address L. F. Newark NT J. "Estndiantlaa Spanish
tiff : (
Nash sea Palm Beach Fla. 102t" Monday afternoon, ,In Mr; Goodyear' Quit-Claim Deeds, Leases, etc., for Saleat -With reference to the growing of waltz) ,Ethel's Parlor Orchestra, New. first prize, and Miss Annie FaddUma r

trim-looking naphtha launch. Mr. and the AorocATi office. One, 100.; sisal hemp in Florida, the New Orleans ark. I. J. Clarinet solo "Believe Me," taking the "booby" prise. The jrsnae

-Our correspondents will do us a favor lira. Charles Goodyear and daughters three, 25c.: ; dozen, SOo.; hundred, $a. Ttmti-Dtmocrat says: "Mr. C.B. Dodge by Wm. Tousson, with piano acoompanl was then followed by refreshment

this week, by sending In their down started northwards on Tuesday mornIng' Wedding_..% Cards has returned to the city from an InterestIng ment "Vienna Galop,"Oofah" by First Reg. Sunday was a lovely day and several

river Items not later than Tuesday, so train, while Mr. and Mrs. Walter .a We shall be pleated to'' :1 and successful trip to the coast of with Band Calls, Newark," by N.Ethol't J. 'arlorOreheltra.Lander of the party wended their a1. througha

that we may have Wednesday to put Goodyear and their friend, Miss Powe, :; receive a share of your fa. Florida, undertaken with an especial "Good live, )ty Honey. I'm Gone," sung pretty and plcturtsqe trail (which". .ear

them In type. The ADVOCATK: office will returned to Rockledge Wednesday. Mr. ICJ {Job Work-,envelopes,} ttsI view to determine whether It Is advisable by Len. Spencer, of Washington, D. C. Moulton bad a hand In clearing) to Hi*

be closed Friday next (May Day) for the and Mrs. Walter Goodyear will shortly : 1 letter bill-heads-heads, ,statements note-heads,, to favor the cultivation of sisal hempIn "Dixie and Yankee Doodle/* (medley]), ocean beach, where they enjoyed and
the U. S. Marine DandvaeblnKton,
purpose of giving our force a holiday. leave for their summer home In Cazeno- m or anything else. that section Starting for Jacksonville D. O. "A Vocal Medley'' by the Brillant bathing to their heart's content Onth F t

-There will be a meeting of the via, N. Y. -- on the 17th of Febuary, he went Quartette of Washington, D. C. beach we noticed Mrs Z. L/ Chamber

Democratic Executive Committee, Bre- -We understand, Capt. W. B. Watson h from that city to Jupiter, on the east "Motto Walt,*' (Strauss) by .Ethol': Mrs. Julia Moulton, Mrs J. B. 1(.-

rard Co., at the office of D. L. Gaulden, has resigned his position as Superintendent coast of the peninsular; where he arrivedon Parlor Think Orchestra." by B.Comb P. Stout song with"YesDon't piano I ton, the Misses Marie T. Chamber, x

Titusville, on Thursday, April 80th. of the Indian River Steamboat Co., -The much needed rain'has come at. the 23d. After spending three days accompaniment' "The Spanish Fandango Mary A. Plm, Harriet n lery, Harriet

The Democrats of each County Commlsi which many will regret. There 1s no but We have had a fw pleasant show in that vicinity and at Lake Worth, betook by t.bellnt Beg. Band of Newark D. Wl1k1aon; Kate, Jeanette and Anal "

aer>s district will present to the com- doubt the Captain has worked .bard ers this week. a small boat and proceeded down N.' J. Song with banjo accompan Paddlson; and Messrs. Geo. T.PaddJwq, .

mittee, at that time, the name of the In the interests of his while In the Atlantic coast to Miami, Cocoanut.. ment, "The Irish Police," by Chas. As-: C. H. Walton, and W. P. Shryockdd
York The cornet
-Capt B. P. Paddison has been tab bury, of New City. i
they nave elected to be appointed of the Improvements Grove, and the Biscayne Bay region; visiting New Smyrna,
office to
:person say nothing many Jag a few days vacation this week. W. solo "Young America Polka, with accompaniment jf..,.
County Commissioner by the Governor.D. that have beea made in observed him around la'his : the Perriae, grant, known a* the by U. 8. Marine Band, Out on the veranda, In the ne lc, r

t- L. GAULDXV..chairman... Democratic Titusville and on Indian River duringhis driving new "Happy Hunting Ground," where the Washington D. C. "Fm a Mamma' after the boating trip was or.erk.
""... I y-pnrchaaed and neat-looking turnout. Black Baby toy" comic Negro song by resplendent In her silvery
.,EL Com. 11. c: administration; and although we sisal plant was first introduced oa the moon being
I Don't forget the phonograph enter Garry Alien with piano accompaniment. noted that some of Use
-Ktu Emma C. Thnnby, the famous haTe heard many hard things said main land of Florida, about fifty years I "March MiUtaire,* by First Keg. Band, brilliancy-we

.concert singer, met with a loss a fewdays against his mode of conducting the af- :tainment at Masonlo Hall, Monday and ago. From this point southward the exploration Newark, N. J. "The Tariff Galop," b, ladles Indulged vocal music, while 13.

which she sadly deplores, fain of the company, we take pleasure Tuesday evenings. It U a treat la store of the Islets, known as the Cappa's Seventh Beg. Band: 0 New Instrumental pieces by Miss Cnaalm
ago "
for lOlLA York Clt '. "My Ship II OD the Ocean, tseeedl"c'llDDveaJ.IhtDlfDdla1ODJ8
"While boarding the man-of-war, "Chica In stating that we have many times .Kcya, was made fa Mr. Kirk Mnnroe's the Abbott QuUotette. was
Negro jubilee song by Miss Pim a
go" In Tampa bay, a bracelet dropped heard him spoken of la words of praise."Uneasy petition was seat from Brerard private feasible yacht to riill, by which of the meant keys where of Washington, _. _. "Wall sweet melodies.with extreme naistta sang, anti
from her arm and is buried in those waters. lies the bead that wean a county, containing the names of a majority sisal plant descended from those originally Street Marsh" br Ethel's Parlor Orchestra favorite song

MlssThursby rained this bracelet I crown" 1s a true saying, and the man of her registered totes Senator Bardee to east hie rote for Among... UleU the Indian Sweet Bye and The, by the merry party
for the association connected with it, who can run the affaire of a steamboat! nrlac. Marine Band of Washington, D.C. "The which showed c-
of voice
aid Mctacontbas found odiousnsss
It having been presented to her by J"u.4e1oQp company without making a few"""ptft.t CALL The precious document has evidently Key the After was short 1Mr."''. Dream," by the First Beg. and talent. Two....
espeeUSr Interesting. a slderable training
astray la the mail for Band of Newark N. J. "Speech on Its
win be to heartily gone we
and Orchestra in Paris while the ADVOCATE pleased
stay at Key West., Mr. Dodge proceeded also hand tat their
the Edison Phonograph. tiemen were oa ,
alagla there with them. It Is a heavy, greet The Captain has made numerous see, from the columns of the Tima-l to Taarpa, sad theaee southward again Future"Home,, Sweet by Home." br Mr. Wm. .I low, low-"Sweet and Slow;
twisted gold band containing a large ear- friends on Indian River who win ton, that the famous orange grower has to explore the west coast of the so ta- Towson oa the clarinet with piano accompaniment Botes were Moonlight Alone"
wad* with diamond settings. Some witness his departure with regret. The been VotUg for anybody but CaD.Xl. en part of the peninsula. The most although "Kaet Me by
day doBbtiesa.. In one Of the monster Interesting features of this part of the appeared to be la order, both ashore..
fishes which abou.a41a the waters of the Indian River Steamboat Company, we Ches. E. Pratt an4 wife, of survey were found at and near Fort attar "Time aor tide waiteth f or..

bar and gulf.will be found Miss ThnrabVe are pleased to note, still retains two: Palatkawho have been on a pUasare Myers.oatheCaloosahatehle. la addt- A DANCE Tina EVEJOKO. man and as the hand of thedodk
bracelet, "kldr.W0QJ4 be much apPreciated and honest la arrived here the from I tion to obtaining a large asaouat ef ,
able upright gentlemen trip, oa Georgians, ralof DANCE this (Friday) evening at Ma- wen pointing towards twelve, an tettrea
by her if returned.Evening their Titusville offices-Mr. 8. M. Lori- Ormoad. Tuesday and left for bone able laforaiatloa, many spcln the Dnmatie
Membere arotwed Qe
Ttlfyrmm -Vr. understand Mlaf. Thora fiber plants and of the soils oa which soak HalL sad slept until they wen by
by i* BOW stopping at Merritt On Su.-? mint and Mr. Chu. Hale-and we hope next morning. Mr. Chas. H. Pratt to they wen to be found rowing, win I Club and aH their friends are invited. .err thai the Sweeney was aeuiQ"J'ru1Iit

day last,ski bawgbted the eongregatioa they wU not do as Capt. Watson did. one of the weB-kaowa and popular sent onto the department Mr. Dodge The Jacksonville bend forward le expected to a "grand, aajeverybody lIolIAd. Breakfast over. aD tIiIa adls

of the ehurchbl11q- send la their resignations. We learn it editors of the Palatka Ifrrafcf, and to entitled to special credit for the magnitude em"is looking The daaee U under the with feelings of.em. aM boarded these&m.
b* ta the fhoir. Sou Ida Thnrsbr aDd value of the results attended old cazrying away with tMta
Is WaUon's intention to return tq was pleased to of Messrs. W. X. Brow& I
Capt. him
management .
came the Sweeney this In proporOoa' to the nmIal.cenca of a delightful tIt.I.
Jeat8rday, aa< daring trip J. T. ant
KIM Earn Jacksonville where we wish him while la tows H. tLr Brady, J. W. Oeatiagtoa, .
TbIln1 J wW cow up from every; reported a very eaJoyabUextiag. small mtlar of fine and avme/lacarred and C. B. Wahoa Zi Dora
Venit' to-morrow. Goldsmith
aucceu. la making I*.




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the state appeatcd to toe circuit cdurt of
I FLORIDA'S BUDGET Clay county to issue ad injunction: to
the 1a&I& ,
restrain the from thet rcmovMdf
(; ..(' i. phonpha'te or other "deposit from the f' i
Of, Newsy Notes' lJd Pointed bed of the ylver. and to oblige said com- :
))1II ito; pay over t 'r
.- paragraphs.The price of all phosphate and other I
'L%. United I f' deposit! taken from the Black river. otuer
.Florida State PhannaconUcal Asso- Judge Young, of the lower court, decided court: In / ;
.nerve of ix diet oa will meet in Jacksonville on the against the claim of the state, and tbe when
raM was, appealed to the supreme court
10th and 20th of May.
The United of Florida. The decision of the against: [
railway for At meeting held at Clear Water ITrbora court sustain that of the lower court supreme, on vented J
and few days ago'the town of Clear the ground that the bill does not directly court: :
each 22 Wa'er Harbor '
duly Incorporatedunder
aver the ownership of the state to such the
remainder of f tho laws of Florida.. Nearly a un streanvor the deposits;;.therein, and Ing
each 7600 of salmons rote was cist in favor Of incur does not allege the title or right of tholtate'
poratiog. The election for town officers
Run sufficient certainty to warrant
of area.! ,, took place a* soon as the matter was de the granting of tbe injunction prayedfor. The
It It a fact not cided.: Much good feeling prevailed and The decision, however goes on to the
the new-born town starts out with flat- that the state in the absence of ;
lieres the say any court.
terlog pros peels.- Many substantial improvement pr.or or better right, is, tbe will be .
sour! furnliAci are expected there this year, owner of the entire beds of all torney
than any other *To those interested, Internal Revenue stream nithln her bud In that of New
The Missouri Collector Eagau publishes the following are nav:gable by the public. This decision of .
ahort-backed, notice i "For the information of the public mill, for the present, leave the' phosphate
I would state that under the provision companies free to dredge at their
mand by cavalry of section 28 of the act of congress of will for the treasures at the bottom of the date
- October 1, 1890, known as the McKinley streams, but it is entirely unlikely that
New :York Is tariff bill, the special tax heretofore cola I the s ate will rest satisfied to .see her
cities, if Jn lected by the Interual revenue department wealth carried away without endeavoring H GS-
from dealers in manufactured towitco again to get a share of it, and it is highly
Into even or (cigars, etc ) is repealed to take off act probable that an effort will be made during .
It is said/ that May 1, 1801. No dealer In manufactured the present session of the legislatureto r
thbiieand rntn to.iacco will be required to pay a tax to hire the,matter put into definite .b pe.
the United States internal revenue department Tho importance of the question be
hat 600 Pails may
after May I, 1891. If tho press appreciated from the fact that within ayear' ( &
Vienna 100.; throughout this state will publish the time thirty-two phosphate companies -
---:.. above information It will be of gr at Interest have been incorporated In Florida, r
ray ours are to their readers, as it affecis over with a capital stock ranging. from $10000to
American 5t)00 people in this state who have here. $5,000,000, and that about $33,250,000 '
\ ) tofore paid this tax." have been invested, with active work just ;
has not yet New Y.rk Prle_ beginning. It is no wonder that tbe state ..r
In banking Receipts of oranges at Now York for i. of Florida would like to see some of this .;.>'...
New Zealand the past week were 30,610 boxes at the rash diverted into i.s none-too-well-filled ,.. oJpao t"';,:\
fo lowing prices: ludian rivers fancy treasury.
which visit the selections to 5 box \ 1
$4.50 | per ; Indian
checks and rivers straight.lots, f 3 tt $4; other DUN'S REVIEW :. .:: \,,
experiment 1M \ sections, 170 to 200s, $3 to $5 per box; <"\"o$. $
bright, 150, $2 ISO to $2.75; I rights- I : :I.
and Is a greet 128., $2.23 to $;1.30; brights, Otis to 112s. Of the Condition of Trade for ; : '" to"to r;
$t.U3 to $1 73; russeto as to size audquality the Past Week. C : t
The Gear ef $3.23 to $2.75. Strawberries. It O. Dun & Co.'s weekly review of 81ee C)< ,)>
specimen t>f 1)3 to boo per quart; beets, $1.50 per trade says: "It cannot be said that the /{ : .
is moro O1en'six ; peas, $1.00 to $2.50; ron'rd beans, business of the. country is expanding: In ;,.....""
: $1.23 to $2.23; wax beans, $2 to $2 50; when there is a decrease of nearly one- I ; ; .ft.'
ahouldoratarms: squash, $1 to $1.50, per crate; tomatoes, sixth within A tingle month in the outputof And ; I'e ", : '
le e. So great I* $d to $" per crate; new potatoes, $0.30 I'g' ron. In nearly all quart rs lines. ; : ? I
hand (bat lie can |9. the admitted slackening of trade is uttribute. ,
'I'll. pose Market. .! to merely temporary causes, but
with lie is }
ease Have the orange buyers left Jackson. the state of the iron trade cannot be thus also wi
man, a vllleyetf The Orange and Vegetable explained, and while it may at any time I I !
an accomplished company desires today in answer change for the better, it is at present an | MAKE
several languages this inquiry, which comes to It daily, unfavorable symptom. Anthracite and 0 1
not a single buyer at the Home coke furnaces were producing AplIlit .c
works Lard And is I Market auctions has left,' owing to thoateness 103,808 tons weekly, against 123,630 tons =
1.the morning of the season. On the contrary March let; 171,108 tons December 1st, Merl
arc all here, and eager for fruit at and 107,670 tons a year ago.- z
* There escaped present good priors. Many of the grow. The iron trade is very dull, and some, / 0 m'
in appreciate this, as Is evidenced by re- southern furnaces weak ning as to price. TEV : ; :.
slan censor in sales, the Vist being the (argent held Another element which may prevent I
is small paragraph; over a month, as well us touching th' great, though temporary importance, is : : SI., i
traced point for tho season in prices. It the decision of a great body of miners to
paper good bright in beet counts, $2 00.o strike May,, 1st for the ebt: -hour day. Z
sot' quite to the $3.80; mixed lots, averaging well a* At New Orleans trade Is quiet; at Memphis *.
TThei 'khe size, $3.25 to $2 00; mixed lots conainlog caution rules, but at Savannah the & C. < *
noticed'an. wvder quite some big fruit, $1.73 to 13 j jots prospect is bright, a.d there is an Improvement lanta, III
Ian officials running nearly or qu te all large, at Jacksonville. In !general, D. J. i
ower. A considerable quantity of drops, peculative markets are tether Inert. and LONtiKil't: I
be "called Ip," and refuse fruit went low' but gqod Ire general average price is now 2 percent i D.
weal from house brought: good prices with strong/ ; lower than it was two weeks ago. : .
,Landed Uu seU, unless very dark, sold foe movement of wheat flour and corn :
that tile well as' brights. Onpe' fruit went a* 'alls' far below last year's. The returnsof AB E E
"p. UL"I as $::1,70. Strictly fancy fruit In fair foreign trade for March appears to indicate ,
; I ranges above $3, and Indian rivers an excess of about $7,000.000 ex-, }
t Chicago bring $4 to $3 for selected stock. ports over imports, but exports cannot be .
crate for,,high tlralofltt at Work. I ipected to enlarge from this time forward. : N. Y.
the rar5scjpo Thero has never been a thorough geo !, rue stock market decidedly improved -
amt & survey made of Florida, and it it most of the week, with good railroad
Unoe be a within a short time that the United earning and prospects, of easy sooner, The
the world' fair: government has been aroused to but has since grown weaker, though still streets,
coma. ,Chicago the necessity for one.; The discovery averaging about $1.87 per share higher hotel, .
tailor than the )<; f phosphate in tho state no doubt stimuatud ban H week ago. Probably the fear of .
its action in this particular, and the Important labor troubles bal some Influence to
triumph- importance of the deposits deorrained the state of great industries is just Dished
originality In the initial point of the survey now altogether encouraging as good : OF
would it do," o !be made. Several months ago the sur Failures lor the week\ number 211; for fui
and geologists commenced their I he corresponding week of last yea theft house; CATA-
reverse tfce TarU and they have been busily engaged I un.were 170.POLITZ'S. _. day" ,
la the gro nd half since. The whole state is grealy in. ;
in this for sincu the 'CONFESSION
world'. :fair : survey to 2:0;
'loos and wholly unexpected discov Is the Il-
of phosphate, kaolin, ochre, potash, Will Play an Important Part In regular
Tba record ., every laud owner in Florida has ainhering the Grand ury's Report.A ire at
.b hope in the recedes i-f his miodhat
w. :
something exceedingly valuable may dispatch of Sunday from New Orleans LINE.
lot their live last fouud upon his own particular piece ofproperty says Tbe grand jury is expecte I rents
ber than for and, although he docs not ex to report during the o ming week, and .
due to the :fact feel 1 ko spending/ money himself In among other things it is said: that the OUR
search for the unknown treasure, bo confession of Potitz will bo used in the 10 '
these victim very much like for the government report Although Politz protested his \l,
tured Into find it out for him.A own innocence he acknowledged that he ---
against the lmp.rlBl 1lea.rro.There bad joined the Mafia under tbe impression CO.
number of that it was a benevolent society. lie
are a' important mess
and than brought ::
to come before this session of tho was present at the meeting when Hen- :
a sudden, and legislature, and prominent among them nessy's death was decided upon, and was
singular act that be an effort to readjust the tax laws ordered to carry a gun In a sack to JIo-
Florida. Under the present system asterlo'l'ehant!, but refused. He .
were guide
did know i
Ji no law compelling the tax col not of the killing until
was Carrel, whose : to send bills for taxes due on lands, th, Sunday following, but afterward
any'reader of the land owner is obliged! to mak learned the details from Mona
book on mountain each year In order to, ascertain Urio, and they were substantially the ,1
amount of bill taxes. Nor is this a" same as claimed by the state upon the I
Ishe4,from -tax collectors are not required by law trial implicating Sheffedi Marches!, Bignetto -
jttttr through a answer inquiries addressed to them ,b/ and Monosterio as J1enneu!'*
other wa (which i. about the only mean slayer The stale did not use the confession
-reludent owners have of obtaining' ,- because it bad direct proof of
crossed a glacier I'oliU's at the which
), and as they are, generally presence killing,
felt into. overworked and underpaid set of men, his story denied.,, Politz it said to have t
no doubt be very often do not answer and .verY bad a brother, wbo closely resembled kThe
and Swiss lands are sold for taxes that proper, him who has not been heard of since the
& holders bave made every effort {a their killing, and is presumably Italy. Had
against the [jowtr to pay. llus state of all.Ira lias, he been found, toe identification might } I
Lama for Alpine :! very disastrously to the welfare have been transferred to him and Politz'i )
increasing.8td -the state, and there will be strong confession, would have formed an important .
brought to bear to ban the link ia the chain of evidence. V
rt'mcdlld.lready, on the *con '
a of the '1:88Ion. a bill has been intro North Carolina's Display. Best ; MASS,

long .ran the ; In the seanto prov.dinjr that on
Governor llolt of \ will
about the same after its pa mga no more land sbsJl ] Carolina r
sold for aon-pymeut of ,taxation. call the state board of administration of
cur talk about Mlparlaa 111.10.0. the world's fair to meet at Raleigh in

tug to civilisation I A deehicn of great importance to ihe June in conjunction with the state-board' H. B.
.ret.1 | dou't owner has just been handed; of agriculture' so that the two can cooperate
ty the supreme court of Florida. In making plans for the worth
When I first
of this mineral now being mined] Carolina exhibit at Chicago. The great.
lay from' three to taken from the beds of streams by est interest is felt ia the character and
UM valleys from the property owners on either extent of North Carolina's display. The
of the streams claiming that the, southern interstate exp"ition begins at -
completely of land along the banks ales; Raleigh, In June, and will continue six
the fall became a right, to the land exti nJinir under months The plan it to take the cream OUR
leas severe vutli,-.. far as the center ot of the exhibits there made to .Chicago. .
good snow-dot m or a* far as the chAnnel Under It now appcaN.that all of the southern,
supposition several coturutuies( hart stabs will be represented *. fNt>rth Carolina's "
ter we car that formed which have been busily (0.pged expoaitioa.The .. ht : '
again. WcU it la raising and shipping phosphate} :
tsavt.i" mind JIi / roan the beds of streams' born months Utopia's Survivors. ,
call : tfcft attte of Florida, thinking il saw '
'oIJ :
tut easy way'to acquire a largo amount (If.noney Th Italian imulgrafits who.trt save4ia I rft .
thirty Jttrr jo on the ground of its rights In the the Utopia disaster were landed at =: !
am.extreuiuty: ;; navigable ltreamsof tbe state and the the largo office at New YOlk.8Ud'1'1' '
fuMtloa of OoI>> thereof, decided to make: a test cab, from the steamship .. tl. _W oD-
loss of nlativ or I .
the Black Hirer phosphate Company nxiuraiogthe some this winter with pcrating ia the Black river or creek await friend, and in some cases nearly all of the .
We forget to Iou atrram In Clay county, emptying family were missing. One little Italian :
..t a half'doieo tatotbe St. John's river not far from boy .f nice wo all alone, him parent ANY US
.Aft (f I'm INK rif Jacksonville la pursuance of this policy>> having btea drowned. MALL(ytEa4at C43t6O Ia.....""".,fWa r. A TRIAL !


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',- -. Hood \'e1ltlbsttlUon, in command Coioncl\ OVER ALABAMA. 2871 tie pledged ta flcfeadaat t30 sham ;
id assorting that the Tnfflbh"

: NEWS' AND NOTES. I was Brotherhood anwarranted., would uphold-be strike,' GEORGIA: BRIBES; Wright\ Artill of Albany ry. and, pcihaps, tllotbatb"n ', of secure stock its In cost the f Blytoli G,000thathaJfth.atock t Land company to .

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I._ SecondVcekSscond regiment: In was sold within a yeAr for ,*OIl\ leaving .

COlbENSED'FROia : The president has appointed ,John,; 0Paney all command of Colonel\Wiley of Macon. Various Things That are Hap- sixty shares pledged only for $300 ot
TELEGRAPH to be collector of fustom\foritho Interesting Paragraphs from Third Week-Ninth regiment! iu command $400 for interest In ltl.nl1881, Morris

; ::AND CABLE.<: '-. I district pt Witminaton, N. C. ; Robert Over the State.The of Colonel W, F. Jones, of Washington Ing Around Us. repudiated tho pledgo. In Jssty. 2884, a
W. Furnas of NebraskA commlltol1e *t suit was brought in the state court tow ,

large at the Columbian cxpositl: >D, and }'ourtliVeekTlilril battalion, Colo The deem, stating only the original pledge ,

Epitome of Incidents that Hapen J. lisle Parker of Missouri to be .alter" governor has issued his warrant on ncl 1 Garrard, of Savannah( Fourth bat ft few day Opelika flour It''I.mill bl'g.n like operation clock and sale of half tbo stock. '1 his bill was '
from nate commissioner at large. Parker I is1 a the treasurer vouchers talion. Colonel! Cnlhoun Atlanta: }First' ajjo. running mnrred Irt all Mnar burred bf lrmlta-
Day to Day. for 2,796 pension work and makes< the finest" grade ol suktamcu
colored tions ana the demurrer Wall
man. battalion ilonci
cf C Mil
amounting to $168,233. Georgia cavalry, flour. Its is .
rapacity ISO barrels of flour' the lower court and Affirmed tJfbe supremo
Total gold The London Telegraph's correspondentat The president has appointed Pickfns\ I le'lgc' ; Atlanta Artillery and RichmondHii7ars. daily' and it will run night and day. It court. The confpUlaant then t
coin .
ordered for export Fri! St. Petersburg Shameiken, the B. Hall Ga. will be a ,u l Is
day says p stmasler at Waynosboro. ray ? ontcrprsp, as Onclika brought a new wit in the
Tue forth
$2,750,000. state
man arrested ono'week Monday on the office appropriated $23,000 one of the taut
are having become, presidential. distributing 1'olntio the Uaited States court alJcglatf new
Not f i One dollar will ,
: the a slngU Indian has' 'been, sworn- in suspicion of being about to make an attempt The special taxes of Chatham have been So allowed encampment.} for rations for Mfh a man day and ktate pledges ef the sm" stock in 1378 and

; regular infantry. on the czar's life, belonged to the' received by the comptroller-general.. 'I he 85 cent for each home. Tho Savannah The stockholders of the Watts Coal afterward so as to avoid the demurrer 4
All onion painter of Boston, Brookline liquor license for the first after Mining held few interposed In the first salt. This suit
Scalvola Club, the members of which are : quarter, encampment on the 27th of April, lasting company meeting a
and Chelsea, Mass., struck Monday. bound by oath to make continual efforts deducting/ commissions: amounted to one week, is provided for in the state ap days go and elec'ed the same board of after bring decided at silt points for

Monday' dispatches 'say that Barry I to murder the czar.. Most of the mem- $13 BJ7.88-the largest by a third of any propriation. Tho ndvl-ory board will be directors The director mo' afterwardand plaintiff, was dismissed b/ the supremo
Sullivan, the well-known actor, is dying bers of tho cub have since been arrested. county in the state.A in attendance. It consists! of Colonel elected the same officers. M'-nMircs court of the United States for want of
in London. were adopted looking to still further do jurisdiction, because it held that the
Count Beinhold A. Lewenhaupt died large lot of oyster shells have been Kelt Colonel Mercer and Colonel Garrard,
; Andrew I.. Ozborne, ex.judge of the suddenly his home in Wilmington: secured from Augusta's artesian!! welt', of Atlanta; Colonel Wiloy, of Mao"n ; relopmcnts of the property tad a large plaintiff was not a ba fld* citizen of
'supreme court of Indiana, died Wcdnes- Del., Monday morning. of typhoid fever. which-is now being bored at a deplhIf Captain Sims, of Macon; Captain Gilbert. increase in the output of coal. us all his bttl. Complainant -

day, aged seventy-six years. lie was married April 2nd to Miss Ellen, nearly 400 feet below Ihe earth's surface. of Columbus; Cant Clark, of' Augusta; Tho young men, Morton ami! Mann, then moved to the new d.1o'0'

W. J. Edbrooke. of Chicago, has been youngest daughter of ex-Secretary Bay. ,. The shells are in a perfect state of pro I Colonel Jones, of Washington; Colonel rested at Oxford a few days since while The Washington defendant and brought the ptescnt la.
appointed supervising ,architect of the ard. lie was attached to the Swedish serration, and indicate that Albany if :West, of At'anta; Captain Forbes, of planning an treasury, vice Windrim, resigned. legation during Cleveland's administration built upon the site of a prehistoric oyster AtlantA, and Colonel Walton, 'of Rome, made a successful escape from prison! 'I state court docUlon > W conclusive, 4

On';!Ionda, the employes of Westcn- but went to Wilmington, some time bar.The Captain Forbes says the oolortd troops : during the temporary absence of tho I I against is alnUI\Iht. Thh, plea defend fefclnn(

holm'a cutlery works, at Sheffield, struck ago, to learn practical ship-building and I I anti-prohibitionists have filed "a will not participate in tho encampmentthis guards. They leave behind a flrst-ra'e argued nw & b
1 1If time but will bo provided for next set of burglar drills and other tools betides ants are inquired t>> U bi/lrl .

against a 5 per cent reduction in wages. iron-working in tho. IIhop.of llarlan. & petition calling for tin election on the liquor wlth. The defense
The trial of members of the Malt'Vita liollingsworth. question in Clarke county. They year. .. S two excellent: revolvers. I cathy the only one In overle .that if .
A Pittsbnrg, Pa., dispatch ; The have suffic ent number of attached The Sou'h Alabama Fair association '
4 Society in Rome continues, and tbe evidence says a narqes the ruling of the lower court is sustained
west-bound train which leaves to the ition and the election will\ hold another fair at Greenville! this
against the murderous is passenger pe LETTERS OF INSTRUCTIONS the plaintiff will recover' hi*
Itrong. ; gang this city for Cleveland, 0., ran into a will come oil in the next forty da g. The fall. At a recent meeting the following .stock .nd.\dividend Tho.nggregato, .
Thomas landslide at Vanport, Pa., Monday, prohibitionists have not organized, but -- hoard of directors was elmcd I). At. value and amounting
ber Banmgardner, coal and lum- derailing the locomotive; baggage and they will do so at once, and a lively time Sent to Governors of States Regarding Powell, W. U. Thagnrd, W. P. Rouse, to from aocl 230.000to"dl"idelo.. .
Lancaster, Pa., made an assignment mail cars. It is reported thut four train. is expected. the Direct Tax. J. W. liaise, J. 1<" Thames, A. II. Buch. _

Monday. liabilities $500,000; assets, men and a number of passengers were I[ The contract for the Lrnis monument Assistant Secretary Nettleton, at Wash man T. )}:. Newton, J. U. Stanley. W. THE PIEDMONTAIR-LINE.

very small. Injured. Gcorae Licbtacre. the engineer.. ho bacn .awarded to :Mr. W. S. Saul, Inuton. has addressed a letter t> the irov F. fcK nzie. The fallowing officers I .
Infiucnzia is raging in epidemic form and W. E. Brown, the fireman, or- said general manager of the Blue Ridge Mar ernor of each of tho southern states in regard were t'lectcd! President. D. (I. Dunklin: Comforts and Luxuries of Mod

10 Hull, England. The death rate, whichi to bo so badly scalded that they will dip. ble> Company, for a monument 20 fet 4 t<> the refunding of the direct tx vice-president, D. It[. Powell\ ; general( ern Railway Travel. ,

usually/ sixteen per 1,000, has reached Others are believed to have been only inches high 5 feet square at the base, collected in those sta'es! by direct tax manager, W. U. Tbagard$ secretary, n. No I
route prturcsiwe
forty-six per 1,000. slightly hurt I made .of creolo Georgia mtrhlo.' The a mmtssl errs from citizens. Copies of V, Porter; treasurer, D. II. House. to cnlluhh-n POWORCS tho moro boors .

s The medical faculty'of the Universityof The body of a man, supposed to be a monument will( beunve led atDahloncga, the letter were, on Frld l.y, mailed to the Robert Lucas, of St. Lou': and George' and scenery none ho* better fiicllltica of of travel,

Bonn, Germany, 'has abandoned prll'Bt,'was found in a mudho'o in Newport June 22nd. Col.\ Richard Malcolm John governors of West Virginia and North Cornelson, of Indianapolis, were met by and to Waullo tltv roadtfay ofa
use of bothKoch'' nndLicbrcich' remedies Ky., Monday night, where he had aton will be the or-tor of the occasion, Carolina, who have tiled applications for R. A. Mitchell, secretary of the Gadtdon equipment than th" '' Air fatigue Line
for'tuberculosls.The evidently fallen from the sidewalk. The and the icfunlingof\ the tax. '1 he Land journey ,f
Mr. J, J. Gailturd will be the speaker following Company, while they were en routo under which popular the
first consignment of Chinese to- body was identified as that of Rev. )Ic. representing the old student of the North Is the text of the letter; .0 Anniston to locate the.r plant and In. Richmond and e"ijf3lfl c .
t bacco has been received by London Goren. from some point in the south not ,Georgia Agricultural college. "In the matter of the refunding of the duced to stop over in CUdsJcn and BOO great known. Thoughts of D"n'U ( distance are ,

brokers. Chinh 1 Is desirous of competing yet ascertained. Ho had been visiting at I The gates of the Picdmnut Exposition public tax t > certain states pro drd for her ad vantages. They dM so, and the are lout lit tho contompl.illoa Iocl of the .
(In European markta. the cathedral. The place from which ho will open October lOch and close November Ity l act of congress, approved March 2, outcome was the establishing of an Ice natural Ixinnty of the > tolfishncss .
The fell was wholly unguarded and poorly 1801, it is the wish of the treasury department factory and cold storage wnrl'llou'ovitb 0111t''ln.l
United StAtes Cotton Mils, at 7th. Extensive preparations are bo- I is cheated iu sclt-contoMt by the 3
lighted. lIe was not drowned, but was to furnish to duly authorized a capital ,stock of .'OOUO. 'I 1 ho tan I '
Providence. R I., have shut down for ing mi'le: to in ure the success of tho cn- comforts Hud ensu, of tho appointments| 1
repairs for an indefinite period, and about suffocated from falling\ head foremost into tcrprl 600 hands are idle the deep suit mud. I than ever before are being offered by the each state access to the upon which to build their plant. a of a nadio'ial reputation for .hut or -

: Archbishop Ryan ho issued an order Two hundred and fifteen persons died mnnatjcmcnr. The mineral, agriculturaland circumstances records of the depnitment, under At meeting of,tho board of trustees the delightful cuisine of. oxclenc4' "
which will
that in the future Catholics'will not be In New York city during the twenty- forest txhibitt will be the finest ever oco islon as little cf tho Athens Female College I Rev. Dr. dining-cars/ awaken pleasant comparisonswith

permitted to buy any of their relativesor f..ur hours ending at noon 1 Ut sdllY. Of seen in Georgia, and piobubly: the these inconveniences records a* possible. Inasmuch. t.[ B. Gregory, agvnt: to act subscriptions the old ways stilt to bo. encountered -.
as !be
friends on Sunday. this number, fifty-two were reports I as south. Five counties have already applied from original the of con tho not removed .. for tho enlargement and repairs} of the on otht lines nnt,yet up la the

The of influenza in the I resulting fiom grip or diseases compli. for space and been assigned Theyare and ss the! cuitoily available government in the college building, etc., made his report, spirit and requirements of modern 'rail ,
north of appearance where it in cated with it. Four cases were of tho Bartow, Floyd, Troup, Fulton and space and in hU remarks stld if the citizens of way travel. '1 ho wi Il-denorved encomiums .2
England appeared i II limited
grip: pure and simple. The highest WhitHeld., too treasury building you arerequ.'stcd Athens would of its
1880. before else Already, quite a number guarantee: $1,000 the work largo and 1-locl'inR
has caused anywh-ro England, number heretofore reported this year in of the exhibitors have been assigned to name, at approximately, was an assured, fact. The amount was patronage tho commendation traveling
at the date will wish,
gr one dy was twenty-five. The totnl space for machinery, manufactories and wh.en you jour representative at oncu secured, and the buildings of thin public, so unlimited in 0 of
dispatches say that the situation number of deaths during tho past weekin the like. to mako this Starch of the old time-honored institution of learningwill I approval, tho substantial result mark
in the coke regions of Pennsylvania 630 incrnsse cf 1 a't iccords and the number persons who It
Brooklyn was an A Lumber Tract. be in keeping in architectural! beauty efforts to win favor, ha 4
i Ia unchanged ; but the optrators fear over be previous week. Of these 103 will bo thus employed for whom workroom and culmnatOI
At Darien the lumbermen of convenience with all of the modern tho establishment of the
!largest fl .
will need ,
trouble to bo In this ikate
the military i. withdrawn. from provided.
were pneumonia.The soil .
Improvement of the distant vice between ,
Georgia got a charter for a mammoth connection the is made that ageat no Washington ,'
General BIber, who represented the federal grand jury at Chicago has land and lumber company at a special the mutter would suggestion be facilitated\ if day. which, in speed, luxury of appointment! ,
state of Nevada at tho Paris exhibition of begun an investigation/ into the charge session of the superior court. Such firms wmld send an greatly to Tho annual meeting of the Pelt City magnifIcence of ftertico and perfection of

1880; has been sentenced to eighteenmonths' against George!. J. Gibson, of Pi orla, ex- as Stillwcll, Ilillen! & Co., James M. you to look over the records agent which Washington wilt needto Iron and Land Company was held several det.I, II not surpassed aoywhero. Nor

imprisonment in Zurich for secretary of too whisky trust, for conspiracy I Clark & Co., J. J. McDonough & Co., be examined, and form some estimate days ago. There was Urge amount of tho transitory lecture of joasoa,,

swindling. to de.troy with dynamite the distillery Hilton, Dodge & Co., Bowictc <& Co. and of the amount of work to be done. All the stock represented and the election of but all-the-year-round, every day-ln-thV
Capt. Edmund Hope Vcrney, memberof of II. 1!. Hhufeldt, which firm bad Southard Bros have capitalized their the facilities within the control of the I officers was harmonious. Mr. William year connection between' the south sad
parliament for North Buckingham declined to enter the trust. A number of mills, railroads and timber lands at $3- department will !be furni.hcd for the A. Btecro made a full statement of the the north by way of the DaUnAt.pltal. '
shire, has left London for the continent witnesses from Peoria were examined. 000,000.The new corporation will be a Dose indicated. pur- progress of his cotton mill enterprise and -

on account of a warrant sworn out against I They Included John C. Scheider, the kind of trust, into which the smaller .--- ------ .... also reported rapid progress! of tho Pipe HARRISON'S TOUR.
him for gross immorality. whitesmith, who, it is alleged, manufactured mil's of the south AtlantIc' cost, f Manufacturing Conitant's| pipo' foundry. -

Fifteen stonemasons were caught undera the Infernal machine; Andrew will, probably, eventually go. This im. STILL UNSETTLED.The The stockholder and land. owners are The Places He Will Visit on"His )

falling wall at Fifth and Race street Bezeman, city I lesman, who' sold Gibson mense pool expects to control tho -- feeling very happy over the prospect of Jaunt.

in Cincinnati, t-aturday.i' Thirteen got phosphorus, and others.INCORRECT prices of lumber and stop the profitless Strikers Attempting, to having in the near future two large '
out by their own efforts without serious -- cutting of prices, which ha been goingon Checkmate Operators. manufacturing establishment In opera The following 1* the official Itner.1

injury," but two were killed. WEIGHTS so long. Hundred of thousands of Dispatches from Soottdale:! Pa., report tion. The cotton mlU will be the largest of the tour of the president from ,W.lh

_Tbe Fabre line of steamships are pet acre of timber land are controlled by the that the coke region wo alive with striken mill In the south and one ,of tho best ington to Ban Francisco.,0 via ChlabooBirmingham ,

ting into trouble by allowing Italian immigrant Cause Several People to Get I trust. This corporation i* toe outcome mass meeting Sunday. The lalioi equipped In tho country. rcturnlna via; Memphis Salt ad, Lake -.

who were barred from landingat Into Trouble. of the Lumbermen' Association which leader are sparing no effort to solidify Bchoffcr & Nicholas, the contractors on Denver Portan Cb
New York. on account of having come I was organized in Savannah a year or two their ranks, and endeavoring to check- the Tennessee and Coosa railroad, ore advertising gdrk am) 'i '
8, B. Howell, the head of the wealthy Some of the Savannah millmcn .poll*. The return journey wi'
over in violation of law, to escape. ago. mate the reported general movement of for 100 men to complete their b
firm of 8 R. Howell & Co. dealers in have worked hard for moro than made through Jtbo ,
Tbe German has decidedto a year operators to resume business. Tho companies road. There remains only fin more miles Oejol. Utb
government lumber, with headquarters in Chicago to bring about this trust. orado, ,
conclude commercial treaties with Belgium bavo already had fires kindLed III' of track to bo laid on the Guotcrsville not Ohio and Iain.-II.
Switzerland and Italy in additionto and branches at Omaha and Atchison, The Direct Tax. the engine boilers at a number of plants end, when the two great water coursos-- l'oonlylnafe
the, commercial treaties in Kan has been secretly arrested by the Governor Northen ho received any whore Idleness bo reigned for ten weeks. the Tennessee and Coosa rivera-will be consume trm May 13.
now Total distance
of conclusion between Germany progress and federal authorit and held in $:;,000 number of applications from every quarter The remarks of the speaker at the strik nailed by steel rslk. It I ia given out that going and traele during' miles the1 jdarney
0,000 .
Austria. bail for his future appearance. The reason of the state, from lawyers and others ers' meetings are reported to be In'the regular trains will be running bi'tweeaJuntersvdle -
for keeping the arrest a secret is the fact who want to go on to Washington' line of conservatism. Labor< leader assert and Uadsdon by tho lit of personnel of party I unot yot finally deennliiod .
O hundred and thirty-seven }head'of that warrants are out for the arrest of two that is all is will but I I almost settle that
state agents to copy from the records the money that needed now June. It Indeed be a red letter day '
cattle and three of sheds at East Mrs. Harrison Mrs. Dlmmlck post
acres of Ilowell's\ brothers. One of them *
the persons to whom the direct tax money to help along tbo strike, a* the only conditions for Gadvden when train, begin runningon
Liberty stock yards, Pittsburg, Pa., were lives in Atchison, Kan., and is due.' The tax was paid to the government which will force return to workon this road, a* it will be a, great feeder master General WaaamakerSecretary
dhtroyed by Bro Wednesday morning.The ,he other fn. Omaha. It I.iNid by tho people of tbe lower countiesof the part of the men are starvation and for Gall_ eQ and opening up to her, mer Rusk. Private Srotlr Hal ford,' Mar-
origin of the firo is unknown. Loss, that evidence is in the possession of the state, and the only record of thorn Icknc** hants. antI manufacturers new territory lhi Iuudel. E aa\' ex. '

: $22,000.The the inter-state commerce commission who paid it i II In tho treasury department heretofore Inaccessible only by'wagon cerk will accompany the prosl-.
trial f the suit of William which will that Howell\ has dent. : *
Witty, prove sysematically at Washington. The governor ha road. ., :
of Philadelphia, against: Terence V. Pow- bribed certain welghmastere; j j I teen notified by the secretary of the treasury POSTMASTER ARRESTED gentleman informed -- --
derly"and other members and officers of of the Western Railway Weighing Association that the state would have to provide takaloosa Otaette "that uu ho, says the' ,ATLANTA :'MABKBTS.
the Knights of Labor, Monday, resultedin at Missouri river points, to record itself with a copy of these records, and For Opening a Letter Addressedto siw atfrnccs .
a ver.iiU for Witty for .1,0001 being i 'al-e shipping/ weight The weighmast. ho written to know about what time an His Business Partner. Nebraska a day who or two ago, a faimer this from CORRECTED WgzsL1,
was to
the full amountof his claim. era in question will be arrested and state -
pro. could be sent to for SI
agent Washington W. II. Morris late lIe had his his
postmaster at Net family atocl4 farming
So' were the funerals in Brooklyn ceeded: against under_tho later-state commerce that Governor Northen Is Vicar (Jrals aa4 $.al.
many ,
purpose. son, Durham county, N. 0., was arrested Utensils, etc all along on board ,of the ,
N, ;Y., Sund -y, lesulting from the grip law tbo mutter, but it will' perhaps Sunday train. Ho Flour-Flr patent 18 Wj svouad p.ten
on a charge of opening a Ie Unand' was A pr specter in Alabama
that the hearse of that city, though nil be several days before ho make S O 1 sxtr fancy .75 1 fanrr $'00 1 la 1
any an- purloining therefrom a check A during lost full, au-1 was so delighted. font-No whIte ( 'adaM Kb.
busy and doing double duty, were insufficient WAR CLOUDS. point ment. Another letter from Wash letter containing a check was mailed inRalelgb with the country that bo returned to OatNo 74 11 wl 700 1 *hite t.i Rinses nut

,, and mauy from New York were legIon, received at the capitol a day or recently to W II. llopson, at fcbraxka ,and paikud vp and moved plJf Ouoloe timothy, .ba
sent over: Brooklyn to meet the emerg. Russia Slaking Active Prepara- two ago, states that the Trezevant claim Nelson. The letter wa received but no here just as soon as Le could lie eiwets < $te | No tUBotujt Urn lo bsifl L itO, Gj,

ency. tion for Impending ConflictA paid a few months ag) will be deducted check. Shortly after the clieclc was to locate jn the section between! tlmutbr.bates, "*11a1| .blH I&rll j No, "W''Ila. .

The United States government is looking ; Cablegram of Wednesday fiom St. from Georgia' total appropriation and D 1osed. Morris made an effort to get it Yances ana Centrn nll. Our Informantalso U>*1-rialn not ..UOoTJxwt brmnLaKflStckf -
at the records for the of finding that therefore the money Georgia is to stated that thin. Nebraska SI 85 i i3.
purpose cubed in Durham. The raq como man was a | Iwal QI
Petersburg Russia In of the up .
sats: spite
offsets receive will be but $82,427.47. w4inal-Sl8(> toed
claims against states as against peaceful utteiance. government officials before United State Commissioner I'ur. moat enthuilast'c Alliance man, and In *< rcr t a
direct tax claim Some bave been foundon The J>. C.1I.... formed him that Giiu( -l'wrlMEO.Clrcoerln..
everybody kn'>ws that Ru-sia is making r Alrlco..ral nell. Morris gave bond for appearance the Allluucu was sweep I n _.
accounts"t quotas of armover-U-ued. extensive preparations for war, and that Savannah get the negro agricultural at the June term of thd United State lag everything befo/o it In Nebraska." .

One of them Is against Georgia, amount. her rivals are, on their tide, making t college.: It was so decided by the commission court. Hi defense is that he and llop The chief engineer give the following Coffso-ttcas'd-Aibutkiss. 2O'
: ing to $4,220.LaPairla counter preparations! fur the great struzle I I and the decision will undoubt- son were partner in the lumber business. news .OS .to the Cliattanonaa Southern CI5&5$ !'ellg1:2i'/ja. Otta.-M.str.

I published in the City of : which must, sooner or later, como.Russia' edly give general! satisfaction"! Tbe.only and that IIopsou bad authorized him to railroad. Work i* progressing satisfactorily 'or Hug.r-i a!<,'.win U i.d
. Mexico, a-ysthe United States government has been spending enormous aids considered by the commission were open hitters. on the tunnel, and it w confi fiKotowdi-rtvlt; "l oat kt5ewbit.
should return t> Mexico the trophies urns' in the construction, of strategic those of Savannah. Amerlcus, Milledgeville dently expected to have the tunnel fin Jle C 4it; ..1.0."ZIs "I 44s. ityrip.-Xu

i captured by Uuited States troops railways *nd in this' and other way ar- : and Columbus. Amerlcus bid liked and open I'y the 1st of June, and O..Issue cliwu. 4sdw i I"r ijla
: n, the Mexican war, and now at West angement for the transportation of 10.000( aud fifty acres of unimproved HUSTON'S SUCCESSOR. have train running through from thatUnoog 83( )01'-0.' (1.i -
! Point military academy, thus showing land; Columbus $7,900 and 102 acres of ,-- tadi 2t: "I
, largo bodies of Russian troop to the to Gadsden by the 13th. There ; JJ&(&} *n a.f agio: at
!its magoimity. Liutro-German frontier are almost com land within a half mile of the dIy containing Nebecker is Now United States still remains between fifteen Ned twi-ntj y"IOIIDI. dairy 'ia*!.Yttgwee 7..
Crazed with dolirum from the grip. pleted. This movement of Russian force a small cottage and some outhouses Treasurer.A miles ol track to be '!ail) from TeTlow _-)u cream,; la r ,
; Milledgeviile, $2,000 and creek to Little rlvt-r. It will bo .klU- WWW ll fc. h.l "1
Louis Wilbelm early .Monday morning toward the frontier of Germany and Washington dispatch Treasurer a great laY,1 $
three himself nut of a window on the top Austria would, four years ago, have required the old Oglethorpe university brick Huston' letter of resignation says dated day for Gadaden when this road i Ia corn. 1 IU t3W.p *./ 1 lat ups-Tstos>I ... Sit t, .
floor of a five-story tenement in New six: month' t me, while by the use a three-story February 24th, and the sident's acceptance pitted and in running order. This road $2tX.i2- tai1..w. dt. 60IU,*J2t.54JIIC&ndai'i.r1lHe
house of and pr
landed the sidewalk sixteen room forty acre of of the finest mineral. and I&t0hR*
York. He on sixty of the one
: new strategic; railroads, a month'stime dated Monday have been made opens up t.r
within hour land; Havaanah, $13,600 and thirty-eight countries in thut section and 1 1 00.3 73; tl G
below and at
feet died an I* all that i* nectssary for a vast public. The resignation takes effect agricultural C 0,8(10 t I 1 lbnesari.
Bellevue hospital. concentration of troops, which U looked acres of fine lands, including a splendid the appointment and qualification will be the mean of brio/Hog' Oadiden H J J}b 6 Oa.5u.CrS4ki.rZU .
old ,
containing twelve room, upon 111.
of Schoff FuirehiU & Co. forward to in possibly the future.CHARLOTTE'S prominently to the front "; "
The firm ; near within three mile of the of hi* successor Monday afternoon, the M. 1"
woolen merchants, New York, it is reported cry. Savannah. president appointed Charles U. Nebeck. 1m V.i.r .('s Fmrd.. 6a; OJl--Ia -" tYJ 1
have been to offer EXCITEMENT.: was selected for many reasons. The boird Editor J. JL Aiuuley, of the Greenville mieLl> ny" cat t-"rl. compelled .
er, of Indiana, to be United State treasurer (
thought, considering all things, that it U l(1a fmi'III.,1
settlement with creditors, on buts of Adeotatc, adds hU \'olce.o the swelling / .
a vice Huston resigned. It 1* sale $ 00.7
wa the beat location, and that the school PO 6 w.O"t
CIty cents on the dollar. Most of their The Race Troubles There Not would fare better there than anywhereelse to be probable that he will Dot auuo call for Vincent's pardon as follows: e WI con w. "tf.
U made the 1Ieod4of $3
"An effort being jxAsab
creditors agreed to this arrangement. lll.1
; Yet Ended. in I he state. The purchase charge of the office for some time yet and Bal SlLkCJ paekges
money Ike Vincent' the defaulting state .
Liabilities ai4 to be about 200000.) &Vol
The murder of the It.lkn fruit venderat the location. which I Ia known u the old when he doe the usual formalUe, such treasurer to have the pardon Z.ii i*i.i1eiJ. p sta$1

ANew York dispatch of Saturday says: Chtrlotte, and the subsequent riotous Warren place, and the $13,600 subscribed a* counting the cash, including 43,000 him and ,let him return to governor his fatally' la iiwii6o. FowJvrhdkcaa$3511i4besitikeg4I5S.. bLU4$16.4S.SMGk.

,- The Mututl Real Estate Building Association proceedings occasioned thereby, i ie still in money, was subscribed eutinly by the ton of coin and hundreds of millions of our opinion he has suffered sufficiently I -
his Just purchased $20,000 worth. the all-absorbing; theme in that city. colored people of !Savannah, not a tingle;. note and bonds, must be undertaken.TO long for bU crime,. and now that his rr.vI.I._
F of properly from tile Atr,oats Land Company Large crowd swarmed about the street dollar of it bciaa riven br a white man. health is broken and uo I* &,r01l'In" old I rib tUat. i.oz.d 0 J bellies
The lies in front of 7a.Cle.r t.frsnil .
petty hanis
pr. their dur SOUTHERN ALLIANCES. kind new on n.purl t1
Tuesday, giving experience ng it would be only a :
bcuuttMa-nals. between Crawford ave .... ... .... tCa 1 t'eskIaas'I..oou
boor of and the Tfc ('lIltka a Fo. & the to ttt him free. Hit has aveisge
the of .1
warm Mouday day -- governor
nue and Bottler It will be rapidly hxi.s General Kell and Gco. 'J L1 J- 4.J i ir
Adjutant Captain .. We
Before. Brinnam the negro accused of An Invitation Attend the suffered sufficiently for hs (rim "
:,; proved. the; murder was arraigned in the criminal Forbes have j radically completed ,the Convention. cannot but- believe that Lh confinement: C -
4 The three :NavaiM island rioter under court. Tbe court house was filled programme for the state military encamp-- Party |10 a prison cell ha been but tins' .kiualle! (.CURl r?r.dees.
: sentence of death at Baltimore have been to overflowing with citizen anxious to meat at Chickmauga park in June. TUB Frank McGrath, president of tbe Alii purl of his trouble, for 1,U fU'ntallulrrr. JJ.15C 1iuskeWer* .a

I granted a respite by President Harruon get a look at the prisoner Mewr Bur encampment will commence on the 13th ance of Kansas, ha *ddre *ed a letter to [ay muiit be great. A petition for hu Silo u. _I 55m30.i .: ,,.n
,: from May 15in to June 12 fa in order to wen & Walkr will assist Colonel J. L. and last four week, each of the four the outhern AU'ancw, urging them to release would lie signed by nearly everyone. HU1.bielises.* law p'f-ulo.a ,.

give time to examine the paper in the Brown, the solicitor, in prosecuting tho state battalion being given one week attend the Cincinn'i convention, and M. ." powiry-Turbeys iTat&'. -ou 1.
matter of the app!!.atioa for a commutation case Messrs. larkson is UcC&ll have There will be fifty-nine compaaie In all 11IU'1 d to act with the third independ ,'.nl.- )f..*lr. ie. p"a,a I e J

of the deattt sentence to imprison been retained by the prisoner and his at Chickamaugi, while the other ten let party. In hU letter he irtoat It licks: now 118 though some of the ,**ns ctf b* <*5.y.-&F415511$4 ItS $ .
branch of the Ito uwb *** tes'
ment for life. fompanie will enter the that nates* thii southern millionaire J<*ial) m *
Friend The pi-oner p'eaded not guilty, encampment mill OUII of the late W" Ate Mmerl. graph. aopitbses$4AOa75tL "
Jitter ot tbe Trainmen' rtbern states per
UranU 1iewmaa. and toe case will be taPed! next Moo t..y rjavanaab, commencing oa the 27th of order lake this step the Bi< ttorrla. nil\ be divided. The celebratedGilmer :
I BrotberLooJ, on Woodsy ordered Excitement i till April TIle programme ha* been arranged will co bock: to the republican peru of vs. Morris bu been de- -
at high
morning. a cue
, all the striking\ Burlington brakemen to ; called forth by a number the I
Inndml of walk the aa follow: The ktter WAS idOlS I* Judge Bruce la tarot of c
men street
go to work, aa i declare the statement well point.armed. Firat W .k-Firrt regiment: in com I editorial which han appeared I. p1l.l tUf. The plaintiff claim that 18 Kkli IN't
ol Seeaey of the bwiuUmen'. Brother tnaod of Colonel George A. Mercer ; southern Alliance paper


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JAMES PMTCHARD, President; W. B. BABKETT, Vice-president;
-fr THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE. 4AWXXttT CIRCULATING PETITIONS. been paid, or :which is not subject In the representative Route, )It. Atkinson, Is winning, your the.nercetlc W. M. BnoW, Cashier.

to assessment, should be sold and of hi* a ocl tes. He la
the owner thereby subjected, to golden opinion ",!f and his falmesssndninteegritytbe INDIAN RIVER STATE
TO :
JOtnSAt or Tat DICVOTKD IJDIAH IVEB AmtAH > It has become a part of the unwritten annoyance, worry and loss, the law ng unquestioned, hi.
UCTioaLOnce law of the town of Titusville should provide that the or opinion sought by the farm n when
WORTH assessor
that its officers are merelythe collector who may have been guilty they wish to ascertain the legality of the (incorporatedundertheLawsoftheStateofFlorida.)

Washington Avenue Titusville servants of the people ; that of the error shall at once take, all I measures Introduction.Since they are. constantly preparing Authorized capital $100,000
: the members of Council are not
to rectify the mistake last letter, your representative
necessary steps my Paid
Florida. capital
Indian River, to be to frame up $25,000
supposed competent at his own expense,' and has Introduced house bill No. 131, [
ordinances the affair's upon for )liens by attachmentand Average deposits
or manage failure to do so be immediately which provides $100,000
of the town according to their best for enforcing the law. s -
EVEnT FRIDAY. suspended from office and a portionof bill No. 119.-"To amend chArter
judgment, but that they require his salary retained for two yearsto 3747, Laws of Florida, entitled, an act to Transacts a General Banking
guidance in their public acts by cover any expense the State protect mechanics, artisan and materialmen
the sentiment of the people, as expressed and to provide for the speedy collection .
"tend at the Tltni'vllle ro tofflc M.Seoon* may be put to by reason -of mistakes ,
Clan Mall Hatter. in petitions. The person of moneys due them for wages or
who drafts and circulates these which 'may come to light material furnished, approved. June 1887 and Oldest Bank
after his dismissal. also to repeal certain sections 01 sal largest on the Rim
InrarlaIF petitions is the "power behind the With This Is a necessary amend.
TERMS In Advance, these amendments the tax act. very -
throne.- He is the man who rune of and ment, for under the present lien law, i DIRECTORS!
D Check, PotUl OHer One and Two Cent that system assessing collecting serious error In drawing the
the lie affirm to a
Sts town. may In owing JAL rarroaAnn,W.B.BAftTKTr(President
)!, taxes Florida would
I'wiUgi 1
Council certain member of compare bill when It was passed two year ago, of the National Bank of Jacksonville, J.jl.
One Year................... ................1160 or a very favorably with other states. material men were left without any protection DUJIlU rvice-rreoldrnt National Rank of
Ills Months.....................'..............1.00 that body, is the potent power, but : The law is all right. The whatever.Mr. Jacksonville RROWV. ), W. 8. GRAHAM and W.. M.
Three Months......................... ........ .ISO ; this assertion is only made In orderto and losses non-residents annoyances Atkinson also Introduced bill No. COBHESPOHDESTS.fleaboard .
Btegl Copy.................................. 110 I divert attention from his own are 151, to suppress gambling houses and ;; ., ,.,,. National' Bank of New York and
Bout to any Addrens In U. 8. or Canada,Prepaid, conduct. lIe is the present rulerof subjected to are mainly on account ,: \ and defining the powers ofmunicipal National' Rank of Jacksonville. 20
of the collectors failing to answer } corporations thereunder. This TITUSVILLE FLA.
Tituivllle. His stock in trade ,
Editor.................... WALTER B. GRAHAM. is small-a sheet of paper, pen and letters, and to the incompetencyand has Is also been a a meritorious question heretofore measure., whethe For I It
of the
:Associate-Editor Manager.C. II. WALTO5.W ink-and an hour's-energetic effort, assessor negligence and collector average a town government had jurisdiction In INDIAN RIVER STEAMBOAT COMPANY
of gambling and this vice
and his task is accomplished. ,One the matter ;
State. held uninterrupted on
individual by the exercise of this, ,I: account frequently of the failure sway of the State and srAr
lble for the \
do not bold nn"eIYetll'8pon* I""
mluloDi of our correspondent, bnt we claim apparently insignificant outfit, has county officers taking proper steps lookIng .
tberlfbt to reject any communication. acquired a power which Councilhas THE VOLUSIA. .COUNTY. RECORD. to Itlllluppre lIlon..
t C -
Cbmmnnlcatlonn for publication moat be writ- never yet attempted to dispute Very little has been said about legislation
tea plainly on one side of the paper only and in regard to tax reform during the
koold, In every cane be accompanied by the successfully. Has worked itself up to a white past week. This Is a subject which Is of
OTKrr'f name and addrewi not necemarlly for The circulation of is heat because several
publication,but ai a guarantee of good faith. petitions of Its contemporaries great Importance, and will be acted uponas .
still popular, and they will con have copied our extremely It should be-very carefully. One
tinue to be presented to Councilfor charitable criticism in regardto thing is certain-bill No. 7, introduced
session and which at
In the
ADVERTISING RATESI some time to come ; but the the alleged tax sale advertisement that very time early seemed to give promise of an STR. ST. AUGUSTINE LEAVES TrrcsvnlE

FIB: YEAR. people who sign these documents now running in its columns. early passage, has not been heard from Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 7:00 a.m., arriving at Ormond at & p. m.

One Inch,........................10.00 I so freely at present, will realize The ADVOCATE is designated as a lately and, from various comments LEAVES OBMOKD > '
Two Inch,........................ H.W after a while, that when the alder. "cross-roads paper, trying to exist," made ray leading members of both houses Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 7 a. m., arriving at Tltusvllle at 5. p. m.
Three Inch...................... 20.00 men grant the prayers they submit, and the Record claims it does not It Is not likely to be resurrected. STR. ST. SEBASTIAN-LEAVES TITVSVILLETuesdays
Tour Inch....................... 21.00 they throw the responsibility for even exchange with .UI. We The senatorial fight has changed but Thursdays and Saturdays at 6 p.- m., arriving at Melbourne at 12 midnight -
are last far
...... 30.00 little since I wrote you M AS appears .
Tivt Ralf Column Inch or..Quarter................... H.OO their action upon the petitioners.When ready to compare subscription lists on the surface, but I am compelled LEAVES MFLBOURKE .

Whole Column................,100.00 the action of Council is with "the official organ of Volusia am to say satisfied, though the with opposition reluctance to Call, that Is 01:1 Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays at 7 a. m., arriving 2 p. m. .
Tar Rlx Month,divide the yearly rate by two forestalled by a petition, and it county, and we are only an infant the most obstinate and persistent char STR. ST.. LUCIE-LEAVES MELBOURNE, WITH MAILS,

sad add 10 per cent.. acts contrary to its best judgment, aged eight months. We do.not acter, and there are Indications looking Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays at 1 p. m., arriving at Jupiter, Tuesdays.. .
Tor Three Months divide the yearly rat by it should not be held responsibleif exchange with the Record becausewe to a split In his ranks.It Thursdays and Saturdays at 8 a. m.
fMr and add 20 per cent.local the action taken should proveto did not know there was such a Is possible the numerous petitionsfrom LEAVES JUPITER

: Advertlnmenti. Ten Cents Per LineEach be detrimental to the town ; for paper until it began to send out various the parts people of l which the State are received, urging from the Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 8 a. m., arriving at Melbourne on Wed-
Insertion.TUS it Is presumed that the high classof deadhead copies in this vicinity.The members of the caucus to stand by Call, nesdays, Fridays and Sundays at 6 a. m. '
Matter not in."Local News" business men, whose names ap. recipient of a copy of the Record may save the old man. But they seen STR. GEORGIANA-LEAVES TITUSVILLE
nlamni,Five Cent Per Line Each Insertion. pear on the list, have consideredthe got rid of the worthless sheet to have little effect. When you said Daily (except Sunday) at 6 a. m., arriving at Melbourne at,12:30 p. m.
legal Advertlxmenu at Legal Rates, matter carefully and feeling by leaving it editorially, several weeks ago: "A deadlock LEAVES
among our exchanges, will be fatal to Call," you guessed MELBOURNE
An the above rates are for one edition per that Council was incompetent to and the list of tax sales attractedour the truth. It looks that way at present Dally (except Sunday) at 1 p. m., arriving | Tltusvllle at 7:30 p. m. .

week.111W act intelligently were constrainedto notice. We said the Record -but. as the doctors pay, "while there's O. ACKERLY, W. B. WATSON,
collected monthly. urge their own views upon them. "comes to us." We did not say howit life, there' hope." SPECTATOR Gen'l. Pass Agent. Superintendent.

CBeck etc., may be made payable to "Graham When a majority of our best citizens came. To our former criticismwe
t Walton." sign in favor of a certain would add that the entire advertisement The Dramatic EntertainmentLast EAST COAST TRANSPORTATION' COMPANY,

nr Merchants and all others to whom we are measure there is no course open is fatally defective. The Night
Indebted will oblige us by presenting their bills for Council but to yield to the heading 6r preamble does not come 4
ttM 1st of every month for prompt settlement do At Masonic Hall, was a decided success
when within
pressure ; but they so, the law ; the descriptionsare
their convictions almost all In every way. In the lore part of J
against they of them vague and
Address all communications to
relieved of all uncertain the evening the weather was very unpropitious aARRIVAL
should be responsi ; and furthermore, thetypographlc.'al :
EAST COAST ADVOCATE bility., work is so wretched, but by eight o'clock the

TITUIVII.I.K, FLORIDA. When our people consider that and lines so crooked,*It is almostan lowering and threatening clouds-as wellas ,

K.aBox.223. in signing a petition they lift the impossibility to follow them ; the rain-had disappeared, and consequently ..

town government, for the moment, and we learn from the best author. \ few were deterred from at-
M.Indian .
F.A. into their own hands and assume ities in Volusia county that the tending.The AND DEPARTURE OF THE STEAMER SWEENEY.
entertainment commenced about GoING SOUTH-The Sweeney leaves Trrus VILLE about 1:30 '
River Lodge, No. 00, Free and the responsibility themselves, they taxes were paid on over fifty per p. m. .
Accepted Masons hold their'meetings may exhibit less haste in these' cent of the lands advertised. This 8:20, when the drop-scene was raised GOING NORTH-Leaves Titusville about 11 a. m. "

on the FRIDAY on or before.Full Moon, matters in future. is not the fault of the Record man, for the beginning of "A Charming Pair" The steamer J. W. Sweeney will leave NEW SMTRNA every Monday, Wednesday:*
at730 p. m., In Masonic Hall In the Indian but of the who furnished the The various part.represented by each and Friday at 7 a. m., stop at all Intermediate points,' and arrive at ROCKLEDOS
party at 5 .
_ River State Bank building, TitusVisiting p. m.Returning _
performer-both In "A Charming Pair"
We would advise the
ifUe TAX REFORM. copy. leave ROCJUOOE
every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at'lL m.
brethren are cordially Invited vial organ of Volusia county" to and the "Spectre Brldegroom"con.ltant1y and arrive at New Smyrna at 5 p. m. ,
t*attend. borrow a copy of the Florida Star brought down reiterated applause CONNECTIONS
WALTER 8. GRAHAM, W. M. The tax: sale advertisement in containing the tax sale advertise. from the audience With A. A W. R. R. at New Smyrna, for all points north via Clydes St. Johns
JOSEPH MENDELL Secrety. Brevard this will not Ecomlums upon Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. River Line, and Clydes' Steamship Line. .
county, year, ment for Brevard county for last The merchants and shippers of Indian River
Farmer's Alliance. be one fourth as long as usual. year. It is probably the best thingof Morton' very excellent performance will Lie" e advise their coM'K110"' to mark their who goods wish Via to Clyde patronize Line,this care line of
This is a very conservative estimateof the kind ever published in the are needless., Their part In both the A. & W. Ry. and E. C. T. Co. or Via Clyde Line care of E. C. T. Co., Blue Springs
Tltnsville Lodge of the Farmers atBanoa the falling off of delinquents.We State, and would be an excellent laughable farce were extremely good R. P. PADDISON, o. F.. PADDISON
meets regularly on the lint and fourth in order to be and "brought down the house. General Manager. .h
t&Ird Saturdays of each month at the say one model for Voluiia's unsophisticated _OenL Frt. ; Pass Agt.
Cftort noose. Visiting members of the on the safe side, but do not believe typo to imitate. Mr. W. M. Brown, a* Aldwlnkle In the

elder are Invited to attend. it will be one tenth as long as "Spectre Bridegroom," caused a good If You Wish to Keep Well Posted on the
usual-about two double columns deal. of laughter. HI acting and makeup -

?ins PCBUO Smrr; in its last of space will be ample for its in OUR TALLAHASSEE LETTER was good, and the audience seemed Various Topics of Interest on the

issue, comes out with an immense sertion. This excellent showing is to appreciate It.
Head line-.Bty Railroad Must, and the result of the present law which Mr. J. P. Goldsmith, who represented East Coast, Subscribe for

the article starts off with the state the people are just beginning to A Review of Doings at the CapI- Major Boanerges Bouncer, In "A Charming -

went that "the long looked for has understand. The railroad companies tal for the Past Week. :t i l Pair," and Capt. Vauntlngton In the _this Paper.PICNIC®ATTAATCOCOA .

coma at last." What has come? have found that they can "Spectre Bridegroom," acquitted himself

Tn railroad, or the rumor of one? not let their lands sell with impunity Speolal Correspondence to Advocate. admirably; while RECEPTION .
Vet notice on the same page an and, as a result, the taxes TALLAHASSEE, April 22,1891.' B. Y. Himself, In "A Charming Pair" All the following gentlemen and their'

rtfcle by "Sojourner" in which he will be paid on every acre of .railroad ,The Senate and House have both been and the "Spectre Bridegroom" was Ivea, rli.: E. C. Wade, A. W. Hardee,

SBJS: "It is reported that the newmnpany land in Brevard county this busy for the put week. A host of bills amusing In the extreme. HI get-up A Glorious Time Anticipated H.Dixon R., Williams A. R. Dixon, J. ,T.J.Stewart M. Dixon, T., J.K....

will ask a bonus of year.Certain. have been Introduced, and quite a number was very picturesque, and his appear- Hatter, C. B. Magruder, J. H. White,
125,000) or $30,000 on the east side individuals, who own advanced to second and third readIng anoe caused a great deal of smiling At ThU Lovely Spot. A.L. Hatch R. k Andrews, Charles

of the St. Johns river." If this numerous parcel. of land which and passed. They are mostly of an among the audience. "Dlckory" was The Annual Picnic and Goodyear, R'siter Goodyear, Geo. M.
Regatta will Bobbins
statement is correct, we have our they have allowed to sell for taxes unimportant character, however, and very funny be held at Oleander Point, Cocoa-Rock Ja. Pritchard, E. P., W.Porcher H. Peck, B.0.A.K.Hardee.

dbubts about the road coming for year after year in the past, have your readers have probably, been In- Miss Laura Lorimler, a* Miss Sopho- ledge on Friday, May 1st next. Every A.. 11'. Lapham, B. C. May,Dr. Holmes Wood,,

next season We.o expressedasrrselvei also found, thanks to speculators formed of their contents through the nlsha Simperton, In the first part; and body is invited. Come and bring .vnnr__ Ja... Holmes*, C. W. Harrison, H. H.
last week ; and we are in tax titles, that it is cheaper to columns of the dally press. It U a well- Georgiana, In the second, won golden lunch baskets have a free dinner ,and A.Wilkinson, P. J. Nevin. and Mr*. A.
any; to say our doubts have In. come up and pay. The present known fact that not more than one bill opinion from the audience by her clever an old-fashioned re-union. Mis Taylor Kate,Eyer Mss E.Miss Johnson, Mia Powe,

teased wonderfully since we learn. law has only been in operation two In ten which U introduced Is of suclffleot- acting. The regatta Is open for Indian River EDWARD, Ollle Lapham.
ala bonus of $30,000 is to be exacted years. Its merit is just beginningto Importance to excite publlo interest Mine Kate Pritchard, a* the maid In and connecting river boat only, of: STILTSO,
: This amount of money become known.. If radical Senator Hardee Is an able member of' both part; and Mr. Harry Budge a* which three classes will be made.

aay be raised, but the chances change is made by the present the Senate, and U looked upon by his. Bob, In "A Charming Pair," and Paulin as Prizes 11o: aggregatinC$22 will be offered Jacksonville Home Minstrels at

m ten to one it will not be. legislature, everything will be colleagues as a sound adviser; his ,remarks the "Spectre Bridegroom," acquitted 2nd prize, $30.< Second class-list lit prize,priS$ ; Sanford.

The demand for a competing lineellteamers thrown in confusion again, and I are always listened to with attention themselves very creditably.Time J40i 2nd prize, $23. Third class-1st, -

last summer, was very two years hence we will go back to and his Influence Is eargerly sought and space doe not allow as togo prize, $30; 2nd prize, $20 Sweepstake 'The "JacbDTlUe Home Minstrel"

sOrjng- A large amount of stock the old law. The present systemis after. by those who have charge of.various into detail more fully. The whole prize For, $25.full will give a performance at Sanford. on

..a to be taken. As a matter of not perfect by any means, but it measure likely to receive active entertainment a success, and everyone A. J. Canover particulars, manager, address of regatta.Captain the night of April 28th.

Bet; we think, about two shares I. away ahead of any previous opposition and requiring careful man enjoyed It Throughout the evening Entrance fee, $5: for all Boats must be. The "Song of the Indian River" will
nanfi south of Titusville. We hope method. To do away with tax agement.. there appeared to be a continuous be registered by nine o'clock a. m., May round one trip of the rates many*song* ung. Special

its see the line to Coquina-but sales would be to do away with the This gentleman Introduced a bill last roar of laughter going around the hall; lit.The entrance fee will be two dollars, good returning 29th,

tare Is no use yelling wolf I wolf I IwBeu collection of taxes. Friday known a* Senate bill No. 83 for and the frequent outburst of applause. fa $2.50. for sweepstake prize G. D. ACKEBLT.

there is no wolf at hand. If The present law should be the purpose of declaring Eau GalUe that greeted the performer, were both Refreshment for sale on the grounds

IDa people understand it is not a amended as follows : River, formerly known* Elbow Creek, long loud and decidedly geanlne, so Addresses by prominent speakers: maT __ flIR'ECTEDCRYSTAllEISES
torn thing, they will be more likely The tax books should be kept In Brevard county as navigable within much so, that an ADVOCATE representative be Games expected.of all

babe liberal If they are led to open the entire year, at the county certain limit who was present failed to catch a kind. Fireworks and '.s seas.

BtHeve the line is an assured fact, seat, during business hours. This bill, while only of a local character some of the words spoken. Tear of joy GRAND BALL Cum nut MI*>nr*>
am* coming anyway, they willttAIIten The assessor and collector shouldbe ha considerable Importance to trickled down the cheek of the audience In the evening.The .

up their purse string anddtmand paid a salary of not less than those of your property owner and taxpayer and many a mold handkerchief following at the last committee were appointed
pay for their right of way. one thousand dollars per annumin who own property upon tile was carried home last night Mr. Morton TBAS8POBTA.TIOS.meeting:

The railroad from Oviedo was a those counties where the commissions stream named, for we understand several worked the entertainment success W. B. Watson, Jon Paxton, E. B. Wager.
sura thing five years ago; but itsfPrwarda fall short of that figure. :partie claim UUe to the bed, and had fully, which must be very gratifying to I .
turned out its coming Whenever land Is sold by mistake threatened to attempt to exercise exclusive )fnEJan .
him.The C. T.
vaar contingent on a bonus of of the collector when the taxes control over the water The performance ended with an Impromptu Verbeke SCBVETOB.C. :J. Hector.

C0000. We formed a resolution have been paid, or whenever river, a* a matter of fact 1* navigable, dance, which wa kept up till R. B. BurchfleL
atrthat time to believe the next land not subject to assessment, and so designated upon'the U. S. Coast nearly 13 o'clock. TIME-KEEPEBS.
taihoad rumor when we heard the such as United States or govern Survey chart. Senator Hardee also There will be another dance this 8. D. Geiger, W. DeGroff. J. E. ENDER &; CO.

afirfek: of the iron horse. Our eara ment land, is assessed, or whenever took active part in discussing the bill Friday) evening, at Masonle Han, when L Powe, tt J.JUTOES.M601"1: C. F. riSilf exclusive sale of H"*"celebrated
..still i open to receive the wel..Rae from any mistake, carelessness, against usury and fixing the, rate of lateral those who took part In the play, and all B.> W. Jerome, E. P. Branch,Fischer W M. la Tltusvllle.FACLKUEB .
sound but we shall not make negligence or the la and Ida motion their srowa.
incapacity on Florida; upon friends are Invited to be present. XXLLUf MOOK*.
l> s i to assume a listening attitude'r part of the assessor or collector, consideration was postponed, and U was The Jacksonville Band t* expected to R. N. Andre..1 ADVEBTIsne.: The only Manufacturing: Opticians ID
several month to come land upon which the taxes have made a special order for -.omnr. *' uraUh the music for the dance. I Walton. Guy Metcalf., E.. B. Wager, c. u. the outh. Atlanta, Ga. Peddlers are
s not supplied with these goods. ofeMmo
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fIlE EAST COAST: ADVOCATE, FRIDAY; APR; 14, 181. r. -- 6r

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';,:.Brtss d Poultry of Every Description. With Zee Cream: Freezer Cooler Etc.

*' .; a Refrigerator, ,

'-'; FRESH mos, FANCY STOCK. At the same time Protect Yon from. Mosquitoes with Screen Wire, green & galvanized ; Window Door Frames.


,4"" Orders, by-wire filled same' day received. F. T. BUDGE, Titusville, Fla. ,

::' Write for particulars and prices.30Jan3mo .

:. p. 8. JOHNSTON, Manager. May Doom and especially through Mr.
Pictures, 4 for SOcts. at R. OLMSTEAD
Newberry's assistance at Beal Hasan, as I Picture ,
tent Titusville. of
he is an expert botanist. I cannot how- ,
An Interesting LetterFrom ever very well explain what these are family for 60cU. Also fine The Pioneer Dealer in INDIAN RIVER LUMBERIncorporated

without going: Into technical detail. The. Florida views for sale.
Egypt. country Is very beautiful of Incredible AL MERCHANDISE

fertility, and everywhere covered bygrowing Notice. .
crops which reach to the desertn OOl\llP..A..J.Sr.'Y: .
The following are extract from a letter either si/to. The boundary line is To All Wbom It May Eau Gallie.

cent from Egypt by Mr.' Wm.' IL fixed by the :Nile mud and the limit of NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Feb. 38th 1891. ,
Inundation which rise of j will be made to the ep In Stock a Choice variety of ,
'Goodyear brother of V. Chas. Goodyear depends on a
UM State of Florida,at its next -"
of New York. Mr. Goodyear, who level in the desert Nelson is very well. a local or special bill to lotnliu GROCERIES, HARDWARE, TITUSVILLE FLA.I
We have had no contrt temp I fell, In Lion of the Town of Kan Onllic In << ,
has some valuable property on Indian the dark, off a bank five feet high Ingoing .Brermrd and to declare the \ \ ,TOILET ARTICLES, ETC ',

River, Is'well known in this section, and from my tent, at May Doom, to Ean to define O&llle the valid boundaries and of full of force laid will Sell as Low as the Lowest. 1 COMPLETE STOCK OF

letter from his brother and son Nelson, Mr. Petrie'e tent just by it, but did not ( milie, and to change the present .
hurt myself". that the corporate limit will Call and examine my Stock. 18 House Boat and Skiff Lumber "
who are traveling in faraway Egypt, will .. a, S, 0, 15, Bt 17, :80, :U and U of .
no doubtbe perused with interest by the South, Range 37 East. j
Brick Lime Cement Fire-Brick
The Pineapple IndustryHas E. ENDER & CO.
readers of the ADVOCATE-not only on ,

Indian River but throughout the various attracted considerable attention Notice.. ". 1ohxna1c.ors; I Mouldings, Lath and Shingles, .F\

states where it circulates. during the past few : but, at the In the Circuit Court for the ANDMANUFACTURING

DEVI HASAN, March 14, 1801.e I present moment, the outlook for this Circuit of Florida, in and JEWELERS Brackets, Pickets,. Turned .Wort.;
profitable branch of agriculture is start county, .i. D. 189t. In / "
e "I have boon In Egypt' :Souli: os J-Tro-xxxoca. to; Oxdox
) Fla.
ling. are boasting our orange '
a week without finding time to write v. ]I Bill for R. HANSON
which during the present season Manager.
.anyone before this. I wrote you last crop LAURA SMITH. ) __ -
whence by Peninsular amounted to some 80,000 boxes. It by the of Fine and Complicated .
from Naples, we came appears
{fc Oriental Co.'. steamer to Port crease The planting the output of at new the rate groves of will twenty-In- WHEREAS died In the ; setting of Diamonds and other Professional Cards. J. N:. Sanders Co. j
.Said and the Suez Canal, landing at ;Is- cause sworn to by oompliilnMt Stones. ;
five per cent per year, or, in other words, aid ;\\eten"ant. Laura Smith '
mallya on Friday noon, the 6th. if we should have an average crop next the State of Florida, and that she and Hog Tusks Carved and Oceans .. BOBBIN. WALTER S. GRAHAM. Dealers In x
tiThe voyage was four days, and a very there will be 100,000 boxes, the following ace of yearn. and tint for cano-heads, brooches, eta : GRAHAM, "f:
to Cairo year the rMldence defendant I. made. nODDINS.I ,
We Friday
pleasant one. got Jewelry DRY GOODS NOTIONS ::
year 129,000; or say five years aid bill U died for the purnone of .
in Cairo. S. II.
the next Ray
and .
day new building, opposite
night spent
hence, 200,000 boxes. But, in the mean- decree of divorce between the ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, ,
'We ( .Chan. Goodyear's son and brother defendant. It In, therefore, from Postorace. '
time what will be in CROCKERY
we doing pineap- ,)
) found Cairo a most delightfully! Mid defendant, Lanra Smith do attention to all orders by mall TITUSVILLE, Brevard Co., Florida. .
On ples. There are not over one hundredand answer said bill at the clerk's 21nov 1'.O.Box SADDLERY,
comfortable lOo ,too.
place. <
yet \
fifty acres of this luscious fruit in vllle. HreTard county, Florida, on
.Sunday morning we took carriage for the full in Brevard The Sth day of June, A. D. 1891. .... Will practice mall thecnnntlesnf the SeventhMnHlt STATIONERY,
bearing county. said defendant ( unit In the Supreme, Court. special| facilities '
Glzeh of the Boulak taken against M
Pyramids by way product Is estimated at 100 crates to the It U further; ordered that the fur Examining and Perfecting land FAMILY MEDICINES, v ?
.(now Gizeh) Museum, where we spent & GODFREY Dtles. forrmiponrience solicited from Clalm-
acre, or eight thousand apples whichwe ordnr be published weekly for the | GARDEN SEEDS.
the best part of the day, and reached the figure will run eighty to the crate.Next month. In the EAST C.OABT: A. ante and heirs to Spanish IrmnU.
Mena House and the Pyramids aboat paper published In Titusville,. Money to Loan. I 1 CIIOICI3 OHOCKIIIES,
season there will be 800 acres In Manufacturers of
6 p. m. The Mena House is a very lux.urlous Florida HAY, CORN, MAPES' }FERTILIZERS
i bearing, and during the present summer Ordered at Chamber, In
hotel, tenanted mainly by English there will be 300 acres more set out. 26th day of February A. D. ItWl. Pine Lumber T\ L. GAULDEN, FINE PATENT FLOUR.
search of fine climate and JOHN .
ten in
1 upper Nelson climbed the Big' These will not come Into bearing until Judge of the Circuit Court, 7th \ : OOOOA, 37M.orlc3.ix.T. .
.good shooting. the season after next at which time the iultof Florida. 'xornn DRESSED ,ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
j Pyramid before dark. After dinner we should be 00,000 crates That I certify that the foregoing( I Ie a ,
and the Interior the order of publication made In >ng Dos HoiMln, TTTUBVILLE FLA. "
entered the
Big Pyramid 'w' FI.OgerS:
which always will be the summer of 1803. Figuringthe Titusville,YU.,March :and, mill. Fruit A Vegetable Cntrt ,
I tomb chambers, being returns at crate have A. delivered, at of Indian River
$4.00 we A. STEW ; any part
idark and visited. by candle light, are'ust $240,000, while the estimated D If>AOU>E*. ; bill teitlnff. Anyone .nnWtmrla' J -rf
We the orange Solicitor for complainant. ;building on the Kant Oowt, would do well to
.as well seen at night. spent
crop for the seasons of 1802-1893 at 120 for prior The rUwinlll In situated on the Gents. Furnishing Goods Shoes Hats
about the ATTORNEY-AT-LAW ,
whole of Monday pyramids.and 000 boxes, at $2.00 per box net, will only .* K. W. Ry.,e mile south of I'alath. ,

.. both climbed the Big Pyramid that equal the value of the pineapple crop. Notice. nte.: Coooa,K. Billing) Eau Gallle Eugene Judicial Will practice' Circuit In of all Florida.t" the Courts of the Seventh Caps, Umbrellas, Trunks, Valises,

day."On the 10th we The latter is an industry which was only IS HEREBY GIVEN dino.pd .O. Box US. TITUBVILU, FLAB FINE CIGARS, Etc :?
( )
Tuesday morning NOTICE
IMitnnn }"II\.
I an experiment until four or five years of a corporation to be co.,
started with two donkeys, and a camel.. ; while growing has been followed ''Canaveral Land and Harbor Money to Loan. :1 The only house In town making a spoclalty -
ridden by Nekton for Pyramids of Sak- ago carefully orange for the past fifteen or ," with place of builneti of Gents. Furnishing Goods.. r

P kara and May D om. Mr. Fettle the twenty years. Florida The general nature of the GEO. ALTREE, I T\It. M. D. L. DODSON, g3" Drop In and examine my stock, and i
be transacted by the
most famous excavator, ,is working at The orange crop of the State is over provement of the harbor company at the AND COMMISSION AGENT compare prices. Cash customers command ; ti
i May Doom under support of Mr. lla- 2,000,000 boxes. Of this vast aggregate oral, In Ilrevard county,Florida; I every consideration ,competitors
Our donkeys and camel only on, maintenance and operation of SPECIALIST IN OPERATIVE SURGICAL claim to confer. t
less than five per cent goes from the Indian the TituAville Fla. ,
carried point buying
thence ; Improvement ,
i us to Bedrasheyn; we River; With the pineapple it is bullillnit of a Call when convenient. First door
took rail to Wasta, and donkeys to May different seventy five cent of.the entice commerciallport at a site to lie. for Pianos and Organs; Florida A MECHANICAL DENTISTRY t
hours' ride from ; per said harbor and the and Lime south of ADVOCATe office.
, Doom which Is two of the State will be company on | ; New Process Gasoline
reached Fetrie's crop ncMi of a town site company the FLORIDA.
Wasta. We Mr. camp that cannot explode. I TTTOBVILIJC
the Southeast The
grown on and operation! of a tramway
after nightfall the same day that we left day will come when the Indian River, With the Hanana River. The at all times handle every dlscript- DIXON &' GRAY
the Mena House. May Doom is never Lake Worth and countrieswill capital stock authorized "shall for 1 of New and Second Hand Furniture. It. B. L. WILLS, ;
Cook tourists and rarely byanyone Biscayne Bay be Ore thousand dollars to he 1 will to the D
visited by produce a million barrel crates of The company shall commence Its get anything supply Dealer In
else. Mr. Petrie lives quite alone pineapples worth four istence a* soon as Its article s of. of the People. rIIYSJCIAN A: SURGEON, Chemicals
I In a tomb surrounded by a few rough million dollars every or greater season than the value liy-laws are filed with the Oerk of ( nen'I Soiled Stocks Disposed of. A graduate of the University of Penn. Drugs, Perfumery, Toilet

tents and shelters for his Arab diggers. of the entire orange crop of the State at and yard continue county and for the with term the.f sell on Commission by private treaty sylvanln, and an experience of twenty Articles, Flea Soaps, Stationery, :
!idle lives entirely on canned meats, Arab Public Auction anything want
present These figures are startling, The buslnera of the company will you rears in practice offers his services to
I. bread: and jam. He was very kind to us, but they are conservative.! Only a few ed by a president,secretary and into money.. the citizens of Titusville and vicinity. JEWELRY .
beard of lee' than three
Nelson place in his cookIng not advanced Goods for abso- .
,gave a sleeping on SPECTACLES *
more and numerous canning factories her be nixed .
years to each by the
year OFFICE: OVER J. w. BOO BBS co.
tent; and gave me shelter in a neigh will be erected In this favored field, The officers shall be elected by the sale. EWING MACHINES
boring tent where I had for companions and the Indian River will be shall themselves be elected by the Guns, Pistols! Sewing Machines and
pineapple A RUE P ELY
the annual
the world at meeting to be held T ,
oldest known mum.yln
the known la hamlet in the ti cl Machinery Watches Clock
every country, Tuesday of March of each year. Sj Repaired. ,
lately dug up by Mr. Petrie and eightkeletons and become as famous and deservedly amount of Indebtedness to which 0 and Jewelry a Specialty.
.. of the same date ((4,000 D. C.]) lion can at any time subject Itself. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 17TH DISTNotary
the Indian River
The Pyramid of May Deom is coveredat popular as orange.A exceed ninety per cent of Its fs Public for to*State at tarp.Contt'lW'tor School Docks and School Supplies.
good deal has been said during the paid in. and of Subscriptions taken at publisher's pricesfor
least Builder over SO years'
the base by a bill of rubbish at sip
winter about the exhorbltant charges .
past .n lenoe. Natural Finish a Specialty Newspapers hooks, Magaslnes;' etc.
100 feet high, composed of fragments ; h.n
of the
transportation companies, .
which had fallen from the pyramid. In GtcO.K. MELBOURNE I'LA."VV.111.1aD1 Prescriptions carefully compounded at
I when -
but we stop and figure for a mo WALTin 8. 'F''i"'H. tgjeO
this hill Mr. Petrie Is excavating. ment we are surprised. The entire or- WILLIAM A. any time, day or night 1 ;
"On Wedn lldaythe llth, the diggers **it
ange of Indian River this season lPutoh:
crop ,
:announced an opening as having been was 80,000 boxes. The steamboat companies ;! Dr'U.Ks>
which ) Drayman.Hauling I ,
reached under blocks of stone Notice.
the haul
got ten cents per box for
done at reasonable
rates. At-
bad appeared to be the pavement; but '

, ., temple.whloh now Mr.proved Petrie to crawled be the through roof of the a TUusvHle The expenses or $3,000 of a for boat the like entire the /.Circuit Circuit nf Court Florida of the in and* i .1 11 tends ng trains.all departing, and meets all ant,. Patent Medicines, ;

Sweeney are about $1,500 per month. A. D. 1891. Orden left with G. D.
;' the top of a doorway choked county, Rumph or at
1 by rubbish-and we followed him Into The five crop The expenses covered a for period that period of- DWIOOT M.. SiwAaovs. : 11 AATOCATK attention. office will receive prompt Elegant Perfumery' and Toilet Articles'
the oldest temple yet known. He had are $7,500. Wbesvwe add $500 for Oscar HaH as administratorof

; discovered. the first pyramid temple ever repairs, which win not cover the bin, we the estate of Aaron P. = ;1 Kept constantly on hand at
Is deceased. .4.. Fro.oher
known that
found although It
B, find that the entire orange crop did not Catherine Cleveland, his '
I pyramid once had a temple attached- pay the expenses of one large steamboat widow ; a TITUSVILLE, FLA., J. B. Screven's

i' the only pyramid temple which ever can Now let ns glance at the transportation Aaron Cleve'and.Cleveland Us *,and.Mary B. '5e: Keeps a full supply of Metallic and
be found-for no pyramid but May Doom
of pineapples. We have estimated FhaabeH.Cleveland, Wooden
\ Is thus covered by rubbish: the oldest Abp I DRUG STOKE.
word that two years hence, or in the, summer Catherine('Cleveland of Coffins, Case and CaskeU.
ben temple U the and the of 1893 there will be sixty thousand Charles Cleveland
only known temple of the pyramid barrel crates. The charge for hauling beborob Hall her C.husband Hall and, Oscar funerals attended If desired. All orders Also the latest Newspapers, Period

period-aside from the temple of the to Titusville is thirty cents per crate. Oeorre Cln &D4. promptly executed,doand at reason cats! etc. I

(Sphinx at Glzeh. The' temple small I It will cost $18,000 to move the crop. William Cleveland and able rates. Embalming yM. ,,
Julia Cleveland bis wife, I
but It will require two weeks to uncoverevtn
of five
shipments period FOR
Orange cover
and Samuel B.Cleveland,and
portion of it Mr. Petrie found, months. The transportation companiesIn Mary Cleveland,his .. e. : :. :13. EJ'l.1IY11Y11011,
inside, inscriptions with the Cartomcheof 1893 will U rates X'"Vmiplalnant having
get present prevail, shown by PINEAPPLE
Senneferoo (king connecting the third for the entire erop of oranges via Tltns- his agent,that George BRICKLAYER & PLASTERER Wines Spirits
and fourth dynasty), thus establishing ,
vine, only $12,000 for 120,000 boxes. The Cleveland and Julia Cleveland,
the date of the May Doom pyramid as pineapple men will them $18,000 for and Samuel Cleveland and Mary ,
pay Titusvillo
the earliest known. He thought that wife,an each over the age of SI | Fla.
a service that will cover less than two
they each reside onulde the BUM
the rubbish had covered the temple since months instead of five. A brighter day but within the United BUMS.forordersd.that.. PLANTATION. Work contracted for on any part of Beers i

the XVIII or ZIX dynasty-about three is at hand for the steamboat line, butit C, the Indian River. 8 ,
the Cleveland. William inlaft4J.
after pyramid was .
is the pineapple not the that
thouaancllears first orange Cleveland,his wife and Samuel ".
we were the to will load down their boats and furnish Mary Cleveland,his wife, answer :ZD. ZULola.axc3Ua. CIGARS ETC.
enter it since that time-about three them with dividends.A the bill of complaint, Aled U this Jno McAllister ,
thousand ago. The Pyramid el before Monday the nth day of May. Eden Indian Elier Florida. ,
old. The railroad to Lake Worth I. already or the same will be taken OF THE FINEST QUALITY,
; May Doom Is 0,000 years being talked about as needed for the -r-.L ....,. Contractor lorWeN.HENDRY
tombs In the neighborhood, from which accommodation of tourist travel and it It is further ordered that a ', oo TO
the before mentioned came, published oex a week for four ,
mommy will not be but a when the "w S1b.--,
very years weeks in the EAST COAST & Eenaker.
have the same antiquity. Immense production of pineapples at the paper published In Brevard Count,. Artesian Wells Lesley '
"On account of the arrival of a friend, south end: of the county will make the Witness UM Honorable John Drayman, f ,
Nelson: slept with me In the tent with construction of a railroad an imperative Judge the, and A.A.Stewart, Clerk of attend to all kinds of Hauling, t Families Supplied.
\ Court House at Titusville,\ J
the the following night Eau Gallic Fla.
mummy necessity.We A*At.A.L1 Caul. cheaply and ezpeditlously. ,
"On Thursday moraine, the 12th. we A. A. : pd- mo
i walked to Waste and took.the train for Clerk Circuit Court of bnvard deliver baggage for passengers Tiiosville Meat t Market.
Benl Hasan by way of Aboo Kerkas. note with pleasure the buildingof of original that UM above is
the oroet made in this or departing on train or steam ,
We reached Aboo Kerkas at 4 o'clock, 'I'' a commodious workshop by the Indian A.A.
and took donkeys to the Nile and were !River Lumber Co. Messrs Shultz 41 ORAHA1Lk 01('' -

[ ferried across. We walked thence to Myers are In charge, and all orders for Solicitors ROBRIIS for a be found at the Railway Station Dealer In ALL XIXD8 OF
i the tomb. of Bent Hasan and reached ready framed houses, or any thing In Complainant. residence In South Titusville.

[them at nightfall The only people connection therewith, will receive U. 8. Mall Carrier. 5 General Fresh and Salt Meats Eggs
[there are three English gentlemen of prompt attention. 84t :NA ,

I the Egypt Exploring Fund beaded by

I Mr. Percy 8. Newberry, to whom I had Tax Assessor Notice. M Ml DRY GOODS, Oysters, Fish, Mi ft TeflUWes, ..
|a letter from Mr. Poota. They live la a S&4JOJI. '
{large rock tomb not less than fifty feet I win be at the different precincts In NOTIONS, IS .
{ We were entertained most the county on the days mentioned belowto .G1r1igs9Nt. EGOS via-
square. ,Subscription c: P CASH FOR POULTRY, _
E hospitably by Mr. :Newberry and his receive tax returns: 1CYclct STATIONERY, TABLES, ETC.

{friends, two nights and a daIi.We came Cocoa, Saturday Apr.25, 1891 Clew'C
tin this morning from with : --o- y. dfsfcarI Choice Groceries 19 E. J. DAVIS JfaD8a-ef.

I* Mr. :Newberry who is going down to Georgiana, 1, 29, The Pioneer M'yyr' 1
Cairo. I have dated this letter from Canaveral, Saturday, May 8. ,LOlIL3Ite.A' MIME, FLA. 5

Beni Hasan but am really writing it at Ean: Gallie, Monday 4, 1 .
Aboo Kerkas while waiting for the train Melbourne, Wednesday, 0, For terms and sample copies Notice. THE ADVOCATE

to Auloot which will not be here for Malabar. Friday, 8, Town Warrant Lost-Notice U hereby
four hours. Sebastian Monday. 11, C. H. NAU.MAN, given that I have lost warrant No. >201>

"I found in the Ghlleh museum even Narrows, Wednesday, U 13.II Trruimu, Brevard 1100, Issued by the town of TitusIW Job Printing DepartmentIs

more than I anticipated. It is by far Fort Pierce Friday, 13, nile, la nyr favor; and that payment on .
the most important Egyptian museum Eden Monday, "" 18. the same has been stopped; and that J

in the world.have important results W. B. 8AJTDEB&, SUBSCRIBE for the } have applied for the Issuance of a duplicate. Ready to do Your Wort :.

for my work been obtained at Assessor for Brevard County J = -.1 J&bert A. Hardee.. &'3t .

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CIRCULATING PETITIONS. been paid, or which is not subject In the House, it?.
-f ereetlc rtpre I
to assessment, should be sold and opinion of hU u
the owner thereby subjected, to widen attorney,i
WILT JOURNAL DI:VOTED TO THB: DEVILOTHBHT : : It has become a apart of the unwritten .practising
and loss the law being
and Integrity
worry ,
: OF THE: I5D1AS RIVER AMtAKB > law of the of Titus should the ,
woarnSEC non*. town provide that the assessor or opinion Is sought hy I
vine that its officers are merelythe collector who may have been guiltyof tfiey wish to ascertain

Avenue servants of the people ; that the error shall at once take all measures Introduction.Since they are.
Office: Tltu..l11e.Indian the members of Council are not for
necessary steps. to rectify the mistake my last letter )
River Florida. supposed to be competent to frame Introduced
at his own expense; and upon tive has
ordinances or the affair's which provides for liens
manage failure to do so be immediately
their beet I and for enforcing the
of the town according to
PUBLISHED EVEnf FRmAFiratt.ed suspended from office and a portionof Al-o bill No. 119.-"
judgment, but that they require his salary retained for two years 3747 Laws of Florida,
guidance in their public acts by mechanic
to cover any expense the State protect ,
ce ae Beoond- the sentiment of the people, as ex. be 'of mistakes men, and to provide for
a&he may put to by reason
Tee Ma 1 Neterf pressed in petitions. The person lection of moneys due
which 'may come to light material furnished,
1 who drafts and circulates these after his dismissal. also to repeal certain
petitions is the "power behind the This is a
In Advsnee With these amendments the tax act. very
TERMS, Invariably
throne.lie is the man who runs of and ment, for under the
D* Check, Postal Order or One and Two Cent the town. lie affirm that system assessing collectingtaxes owing to a serious error
ZStampe. may in Florida would
l'OIItage compare bill when it was passed
OM ................IJ1O Council, or a certain member of very favorably with other states. material men were left : Hot.
Rx Months.......................1.00 that body, is the potent power, but The law is all right. The annoy. I tection whatever.Mr. .
Vat* Month,....... JBtagto this assertion is only made in orderto ances and losses non-residents are Atkinson also
Copy... W divert attention from his own 151, to suppress {\ d
...'to any AddreM In U. 8. or Canada, I'repaktsdltor conduct. He is the present rulerof subjected to are mainly on account gambling:, and defining
of the collectors failing to answer municipal corporations
Titu vl11e. Ills stock in trade letters and the Is also a meritorious
,..... WALTKB 8. GRAHAM. is small sheet of and incompetent
-a paper, pen and negligence of the has been a question
Isrocfate-Edltor.b Maneger.C. H.WALTON.We Ink-and an hour's'energetic effort, and collector average a town government: had
One assessor throughout the matter of gambling;
and his task is accomplished.
the State.
individual by the exercise of this, .I frequently account of the failure sway of
hold immelren reponlble for the tel
do not
imtntmt of our cormpomltnt, tint we claim apparently insignificant outfit, has county officers taking
tMrihtto reject any communication. acquired a power which Council THE VOLUSIA. COUNTY. RECORD, t. I lag to Its suppression.Very .
Commnnlc tlon.for publication mniit be written has never yet attempted to dispute little has been
aide of the only,and tion in regard to tax
plainly on one paper
.!IoaM, In every caw, be accompanied l>y the successfully.The Has worked itself up to a white past week. This is a
OTttnr'i; name and aildrew, not necessarily for circulation of petitions is heat because several of its contemporaries great importance, and
publication, but a*a guarantee of good faith.
still popular, and they will continue have copied our extremely as It should be-very
to be presented to Councilfor charitable criticism in regardto thing Is certain-bill No.
in the session,
ADVERTISING RATES some time to come ; but the the alleged tax sale advertise that very time seemed to give

FIB VEAL people who sign these documents ment now running in its columns. early pasnage, has not

One Inch.......................'10.00 i so freely at present, will realize The ADVOCATE is designated as a lately and, from '
Two Inch,........................ W.OO : after a while, that when the alder- "cross-roads paper, trying to exist," made Is by leading likely: to be :
Tore Inch........"............ 20.00 men grant the prayers they submit, 'and the Record claims it does not 1 The senatorial not fight
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Four Inch. r. 20.00 they throw the responsibility for even exchange with 'us. We are little since I wrote you
TIr Inch,or Qu.rterCOI.,...... 30.00 ,
IHlf Column,.................... M.OO their action upon the petitioners. ready to compare subscription lists pears on the surface with, but
whole Column,,,...,...,.......100.00 When the action of Council is with "the official organ of Volusia to say satisfied, though the
rnrtdt Month,divIde the yearly rate by two forestalled by a petition, and it county," and we are only an infant am the most obstinate and
BOadd 10 per cent.. acts contrary to its best judgment aged eight months. We do'not actor and there are ,
Tor Three Month, divide the yearly rat by it should not be held responsible exchange with the Record because to a split in bill ranks.
(Mr,and add M per cent. if the action 'taken should! proveto we did not know there was such a It Is possible the

Kfleal Advertisements, Ten Cent Per line be detrimental to the town ; for paper until it began to send out from various the parts people of, which the -
Lich: ID ertlon.. it is presumed that the high class dead-head copies in this vicinity.The members of the caucus
Paid Reading Matter not In "Local News" of business men, whoso names ap- recipient of a copy of the Rec. may save the old man.
aotamni,Pin Cents Per Line Each Insertion. pear on the list have consideredthe ord got rid of the worthless sheet to have little effect ( )
Zcgal Advertisements at Legal Hates. matter carefully, and feeling by leaving it among our exchanges, lock editorially will be fatal to Call
All the above rates are for one edition per that Council was incompetent to and the list of tax sales attractedour the truth. It looks that ( ) (
,-" act intelligently were constrainedto notice. We said (he Record -but as the doctors pay
IT Bills collected monthly. urge their own views upon them. "comes to us." We did not say howit life, there's hope."

,DIeck.eto.,may be made payable to "Oraham When a majority of our best citizens came. To our former criticismwe
*Walton." sign in favor of a certain would add that the entire advertisement The Dramatic

tr Merchants and all others to whom we are measure there is no course open is fatally defective. The Last
indebted will oblige ns by presenting their bills for Council but to yield to the heading 6r preamble does not come ;
*tit of every month for prompt settlement. pressure ; but when they do so, within the law; the descriptionsare At Masonic Hall, was 1
against their convictions they almost all of them vague and cess in every way. In
Minis all communication to the the weather
should be relieved of all responsi uncertain ; and furthermore the evening dance.'T
EAST COAST ADVOCATE, bility. typographical work is so wretched, propitious but by

TrruiviLLK FLORIDA. When our people consider that and lines so crookedit is almost lowering and threatening ,

P.O.Box.823. in signing a petition! they lift the. an impossibility to follow them ; as the rain-had dl
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town government, for the moment, and we learn from the best author- sequently were ,
SF' L H.IDdJan '
Into their own hands and assume ities in Volusia county that the tending.The '

River Lodge, No. 00,. Free and the responsibility themselves, they taxes were paid on over fifty per entertainment .
opted bold their'meetlnltl may'exhibit less haste in these cent of the lands advertised. This 8:20, when the drop- .'
on the FBIDAT on or before,Full Moon, matters in'future. is not the fault of -the Record man', for the beginning of "A '14.
at7R0p, m. In Masonic Hall In the Indian The various parts :,
Mate but of the party who furnished the .
River Bank building, Titus'Ins performer-both in "A
TAX REFORM. copy. We would advise the "offi : .
and the
Visiting brethren are cordially invited cial organ of Volusia county" to "Spectre '
to attend borrow a copy of the Florida Star stantly brought down
WALTER S. GRAHAM W. M. I The tax sale advertisement in containing the tax sale advertise from the audience.

JOSEPH MENDELI.: : Secrety. Brevard county, this year, will not ment for Brevard county for last Ecomiums upon Mr. '

Farmer Alliance. be one fourth as long as usual. year. It is probably the best thingof Morton's very excellent
This is a very conservative estimateof the kind ever published in the are needless. Their
'TJtiuville Lodge of the Farmers ala the falling off of delinquents.We State, and would be an' excellent laughable farces were
Baaoa meet regularly on the first and and "brought down the .
say one fourth in order to be model for Voluila's unsophisticated
total Saturday of each month at the
Court: House Visiting members of the on the safe side, but do not believe typo to imitate. Mr. W. M. Brown, as
esdttt are Invited to attend. it will be one tenth as long as "Spectre Bridegroom,"

usual-about two double columns. deal of laughter. His
Tax PCBUO SPIRIT; in Itt lastfiraev of space will be ample for its in. OUR TALLAHASSEE LETTER, I up WM good, and the

oomei out with an immense sertion. This excellent showing is to appreciate It.
Dead line-IMy Railroad Newt, and I the result of the present law which Mr. J. P. Goldsmith,
tile article starts off with the the people are just beginning to I A Review of Doings at the Capital Major Boanerges
went that "the long looked for hat understand. The railroad companies for the Past Week.r lag Pair," and Capt.

some at last. What has come? have found that they can. "Spectre Bridegroom,"
THa railroad, or the rumor of one? not let their lands sell with Im- Special Correspondence to Advocate.TALLAHASSEE self admirably; whileB.

Vet notice on the same page an punity, and, as a result, the taxes April 22, 1891.. Y. Himself, in "A
article by "Sojourner" in which hesags will be paid on every acre of .railroad The Senate and House have both ben and the "Spectre ,.
: "It ii reported that the new land in Brevard county this busy for the past week. A host of bills 11 amusing in the .

empany will ask a bonus of year. have been introduced and quite a number was very picturesque ,
IU.OOOor $30,000 on the east side Certain individuals, who own advanced to second and third readIng ance canted a great-
oT the St. Johns river." If this numerous parcels of land which and passed. They are mostly of an among the audience. I.

statement is correct, we have our they have allowed to sell for taxes unimportant character however, and very funny I ,,
Aunts about the road coming for year after year in the past, have your readers have probably been Informed Miss Laura Lorimier ,
next season. We so expressed also found, thanks to speculators of their contents through the nlsha Simperton, in the
...elve.'laBt week ; and we are.arryto in tax titles, that it is cheaper to columns of the dally press. It Is a well- Georgiana, in the

. say our doubts have increased come up and pay. The present known fact that not more than one bill : opinions from the
wonderfully since we learn- law has only been in operation two In ten which U Introduced hot suclffient_ acting. '
da bonus of 130,000 is to be ex- years. Its merit is just beginningto Importance to excite public Interest 'I Miss Kate Pritchard
This amount of money become known If a radical Senator Hardee is an able member of both parts; and Mr.

my be railed, but the chances change is made by the present the Senate and U looked upon by his Bob, in "A Charming

axe ten to one it will not be. legislature, ,everything will be colleagues a* a sound adviser; his .remarks in the "Spectre
tOa demand for a competing lined I thrown in confusion again and are always listened to with attention themselves very

steamers, last summer, was very two years hence we will go back to and his influence is eargerly sought Time and space does
strong-: A large amount of stock the old law. The present systemis after by those who halarge of ,various go Into details more

vaarto be taken. As a matter of not perfect by any means, but it I measure likely to receive active entertainment a

Set; we think, about two shares is away ahead of any previous opposition and requiring careful man- one enjoyed It.,
HUB south of Titusville. We hope method. To do away with tax agement. ning there appeared to
CIa aee the line to Coqulna-but sales would be to do away with the This gentleman Introduced a bill last roar of laughter going ; ;
there Is no use yelling wolf I wolf \ collection of taxes. Friday knows a* Senate bill No. 83 for and the frequent '
ales there is no wolf at hand. If The present law should be the purpose of declaring Eau GaQie that greeted the

Ufa people understand it is not ass amended as follows : River, formerly known. Elbow Creek, long loud and .
re thing, they will be more likely The tax books should be kept in Brevard county as navigable within much so, that an .
Ib Be liberal. If they are led to open the entire year, at the county certain limits. live, who was present
love: the line is an assured fact seat, during business hours. This bill, while only of a local char some of the words

midi coming anyway, they will The assessor and collector should actor, has considerable importance to trickled down the
t&ten up their purse strings and be paid a salary of not less than those of your property owners and taxpayers ence, and many a
tfemand pay for their right of way. one thousand dollars per annumin who own property upon the was carried I&omelaat :
TBa railroad from Oviedo was a those counties where the commissions stream named for we understand several ton worked the

IID'e thing five years ago; but itafterwards fall short of that gure. parties claim title to the bed, and had folly, which must be very
turned out its coming Whenever land is sold by mistake threatened to attempt to exercise ex- him.The
war contingent on a bonus of of the collector when the tax. clusive control over the waters. The performence :

C<\000. We formed a resolution es have been paid, or whenever river, as a matter of fact, is navigable promptu dance which
Cthat time to believe the next land not subject to assessment, and ao designated upon'the U. S. Coast nearly 12 o'clock. :
Boihoad rumor when we heard the such as United States or govern. Survey charts. Senator Hardee also There win be

Srfek of the iron horse. Our easesae ment land, Is assessed, or whenever took active part in discussing the bin Friday) evening, at 1IIOI

i still open to receive the wet.elssE8 from any mistake, carelessness, against usury and fixing the rate of, fai- those who took part in
sound, but we shall not make negligence or incapacity on the terest la Florida; and upon his motion their friends are Invited ;
Haato to assume a listening attitude part of the assessor or collector, consideration was postponed, and It was. The Jacksonville Band : :

Sir several months to come.. land upon which the taxes have made a special order for -morroW'. furnish the music for the .
s not supplied with these goods. OfeMmo


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.-Bressfcd Poultry of Eiery Description. With Zee Cream Cooler Etc. ;

**', aBaamaa SU a Refrigerator, Freezer, ;

,'. : ,FRESU HOTEL FOGS TRADE, FANCY A SPECIALTY.STOCK. At the same time Protect Yon from. Mosquitoes with Screen Wire, green & galvanized ; Windows Door Frames.. '


,'}.Orders by'wire filled name day received F. T. BUDGE, Titusville, Fla.

:,*' Write for particulars and prices. ,

:JOjurtmo P. 8. JOHNSTON, Manacel'. May Doom; and especially through Mr. Pictures 4 for SOcts. at Woodward'itent H. R. OLMSTEAD ,
Newberry's assistance at Beitl Hasan as ,
he is an expert botanist. I cannot however Titusville. Picture of a whole

An Interesting LetterFrom very well explain what these are family for SOcts. Also fine collection of The Pioneer Dealer In INDIAN RIVER LUMBER

without going Into technical detail. The Florida views for sale. 8*tf.

Egypt.The country Is very beautiful, "f Incredible GENERAL MERCHANDISE

fertility, ad everywhere covered by; A'
Notice. '
growing crops which reach to the desert OOJ.\llP.A.NY: : 1'
following extracts from letter To All Whom It May Concern Eau Gallie.
are : a ,*n either 1I1<'Ie. The boundary line III

tent from Egypt by Mr.' Win.' JL fixed by the :Nile mud and the limit of NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that _rpllc Incorporated Feb. 38th 1891.. ; ;

Goodyear, brother of Mr. Chas. Goodyear Inundation, which depends on a rise of will be hI.de0 the Legislature t keep la Stock a Choice variety of ,
the State of Florida,*!Its next Marion, to pus
i level In the desert. Nelson is well. '
of New York. Mr. Goodyear, who very a local or bill to IcitaliM the incorporation OROCE1UES, UARmVARE, TITUSVILLE FLA. .
I We have had no contre tf", *. I fell, In of the Town of FAn Gal11eIn the fount? of
has some valuable property on Indian : the dark, oft a bank five feet high ingoing HravaM. and to declare the \Inempor.tlon ol CROCKERY, TOILET ARTICLES, ETC

River, Is'Well known In this section, and : from my tent, at May Doom, to I to Ran define(lallle the valid boundaries and of full of force Mid and Town elfe of ctand Eau And will bull as Low as the Lowest COMPLETE STOCK OF '

a letter from his brother and son Nelson, I Mr. Petrie' tent just by it, but did not' Oallle and to change the prevent, boundaries to : ;k
Call and examine 18 {
hurt myself". that the corporate limits will contain nectloni my Stock. House Boat and Skiff Lumber
who are traveling In far-away Egypt, will 4. 5, 8,9, 15 1ft, Irk 80, U and XI Ibwnshtp K ,

no doubt;be perused with Interest by the I The South, Rang 37 :!tteb..I2-&. Brick Lime Cement Fire-Brick

readers of the ADVOCATE-not only on Pineapple IndustryHas J. E. ENDER & CO., ,

Indian River, but throughout the varl Notice. S Monldings Lath and Shingles w
I attracted considerable attention : : : ,
ous states where it circulates. during the past few years; but, at the In tx Circuit Court for the 7th Judicial

Burt HASAN, March 14, 1891. present moment, the outlook for thi Circuit of Florida, in and for En'rardCOllnty MANUFACTURING JEWELERS Brackets, Pickets, Turned .Wort. .
.1. D. 1S01. In ,
profitable branch of agriculture is start Chnncery.
"I have been in Egypt DECoxuaos JPxrctzxxoca.: : to OzrcSLox: '
ling. We are boasting about our orange ) Titusvillo Fla. .
week without time to write ..
a finding v { Bill for Dlwu-ce.
,anyone before this. I wrote you last crop, which during the present season: LAURA Sari.WHEREAS. ) __ __'0.- _,_Managers___ f.
amounted to boxes K
some 80,000
from Naples, whence we came by Peninsular It appears by the bill of com : Repairing of Fine and Complicated i

ft Oriental Co.'s steamer to Port crease The planting the output of at new the rate groves of will twenty-In- / filed In the :above entitled Watches; setting of Diamonds and other Professional Cards. J. M. Sanders Co. a

.Bald and the Suez Canal, landing at ts- cans' sworn to by eoniplalnait and that the Precious Stenos a
five percent per year, ot, in other words, aald defendant. Laura Hinlth, reMiles without
Oth. and Tusks Carved and
mallya on Friday noon, the if we should have an average crop next the State of Florida( and that she Is over the Alligator Hog OBOROH M. Roimiwi. WALTKR: 8. GRAHAM.nOUllINS Dealers in
"The voyage was four days, and a very there will be 100,000 boxes, the following ace of twenty-one fear, and that the place ol Mounted for cane-heads, brooches, etc. A: GRAHAM,
pleasant one. We got to Cairo Friday year the residence defendant In unknown,and that Shell Jewelry made.In : DRY GOODS NOTIONS
year, 126,000; or five yean said bill Is filed for the of
and the next day In Cairo say purnooe procuring a S. II. nay II new building, opposite +
night, spent
hence, 200,000 boxes. But, in the mean- decree of divorce between the complainant and A TTOn. EYS-A -LAW, ,
'We (Mr. ,Chas. Goodyear's son and brother defendant. It lIt therefore, ordered that the corner from Postoffice. '
time what will be In CROCKERY
doing pineap ,)
) found Cairo a most delightful! we aid defendant, Aura Smith, do appear and Prompt attention to all orders by mallor TITUSVILLK, Brevard Co., Florida. .
ples. !There are not over one hundredand answer aald bill at the clerk's office. In Tltns- SADDLERY
On otherwise. 21nov ,SfiO. ,
Oriental comfortable place. >x
yet :
fifty acres of this luscious fruit in \'lIIeUrevard county, Florida, on or {before the
Sunday morning we took carriage for the full In Brevard The 8th lay of June, A. 1). 1891, .said hill will be Will practice mall the counties of the Seventh(9romlt STATIONERY
bearing: county. '
slid In the Supreme ("ltrt. Spevlal l facllltlet -
Glzeh of the taken against said defendant confessed. )
Pyramids of by way Boulak product is estimated at 100 crates to the for Examining: and 1'erfertliiK': IjindTitles. FAMILY MEDICINES,
It Is further ordered that the notice of this
.(now Glzeh) Museum, where we spent acre, or eight thousand apples, whichwe order be published weekly for the space of three HODGES & GODFREY Correspondence solicited from Claimants GARDEN SEEDS.
the best part of the day, and reached the figure will run eighty to the crate. months In the JVABT (OAST ABVOOATB. a newspaper and Heirs to Spanish (Irmnts. '
and the about publlaledInTltruvllle, to Loan. I CHOICE GltOCKUIES, {
Mena House Pyramids county i Money
Next season there will be 300 acres in Florida. Manufacturers: of
6 p. m. The Mean House is a very luxurious bearing, and during the present summer Ordered at Chambers, In IteLand, Fla., this.25th HAY, CORN, MAPEi FERTILIZERS,

hotel, tenanted mainly by English there will be 300 acres: more set out. day of February,A.I IW1. Yellow Pine T\ L. GAULDEN, FINE PATENT FLOUR.
,upper ten in search of fine climate and Joan P. BKO MK, i Lumbert .
Nelson climbed the Big These will not come into bearing until Judge of the Circuit Court, 7th Judicial Circuit : OOOOA, P10rl.da.: 4 4a
Pyramid the season after next, at which time theproduct of Florida. I Ror'ell A DllKKRKU .ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
dark. After dinner '
we should be 60,000 crates' That I certify that the foregoing Is a true copy of
,entered the Big Pyramid and the interiortomb the order of imblleatlon maik) In this case. Orange Bas Hearts' TrniaviLLK. FLA. -. W. RogerS (
will be the summer of 1893. Figuringthe >rult A Vegetable Crate
1a. ,
which Titusville,} ,March 2nd: ,1WII.
chambers always
being returns at $4.00 per crate, we have A. A. STEWART,Clerk;; Lumber delivered any part of Indian Riveron AS. T. SANDERS DEALER IN CLOTHING
.dark and visited by candle light, arenas !9240,000, while the estimated D L. OAULDKf through; bill of ladlnir. Anyone contemplating J ,
as well seen at night. We spent the orange Solicitor for complainant. 6mar3ra building on the Kant Coast, would do well to
for the seasons of 1892-1893 at 120, Gents. furnishing Goods Shoes Hats
about the crop write for prlocs. The Pawmlll Is situated on theJ. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW ,
whole of Monday pyramids.and 000 boxes, at $2.00 per'box net, will only; .,T.& K.W. Hy..9 miles south of falatka. ,
both climbed the Big Pyramid that Notice.NOTICE Will" practice In all the Courts of the Seventh Trunks Yallses
equal the value of the pineapple crop. Bralnerd.Agents:Cocoa,E. Billing) Eau QallleKucene Judicial Circuit of Florida.r. Caps, Umbrellas ,
day. The latter is an Industry which was on- IS IIEREIIY GIVEX of the forma- GIIIO.I"SatsnmalIlghtHl'utllan
the 10th .O. Ilex, 235. TITUSVILLE, FLAT FINE CIGARS Etc
'"On Tuesday morning ( ,) we<
ly an experiment until four or five years of a corporation, to be known.the co., Fin.
,started with two donkeys, and a camel Money to Loan. 1 Tho only house In town making a lpo.clalty .
ago, while orange growing has been followed "Canaveral Land and Harbor Improvement' '
ridden by Nelson for Pyramids of Sak carefully for the past fifteen or Company with place of Titusvllle, of Gents. Furnishing Goods., ,

.kara and May' D om. Mr. Petrie, the twenty years. florldat The general nature of the business to GEO. ALTREE, T\R. M. D. L. DODSON, is at be transacted by the company will lie the Improvement -
most famous excavator, working The orange crop of the State is over of the harbor the Illurht of Canaveral BROKER LID COMMISSION AGENT compare prices. Cash customers command
May Doom under support of Mr. Uaworth. 2,000,000 boxes. Of this vast aggregateless In llrevard county Florida' ; the construction every consideration ,competitors
Our donkeys and camel only maintenance and o|>eratl..n of a l'ler.t saidpoint SPECIALIST IN claim to confer
than five per cent goes from the and of Tituflville Fla.
carried thence ; buying Improvement
us to Bedrasheyn; we dian River. With the pineapple It II real estate; the (building/ : of a resort sellingor a Call when convenient. First door
took rail to Wasta, and donkeys to May different seventy five cent of the en- oommerclal port at a site to lie selected by the Agent for Pianos and Organs; Florida A: MECHANICAL DENTISTRY
; per
Doom which is two hours' ride from tine of the State will 'be company on said harbor; and the general business Drlck and Lime; New Process Gasoline south of ADVOOATK office. "
Wasta. We reached Mr. Fetrle's camp crop' always; of a town site company the construction Stove that cannot explode. TmToVHAK, FLORIDA.D .
the Southeast Coast. The and of
grown on operation tramway connecting:saldpit.
after nightfall the same day that we left day will come when the Indian River, with the Banana Hirer. The amount of the Will at all times handle every dlscript- DIXON &. GRAy:
the Mena House. May Doom is never i Lake Worth and Bay countries capital stock authorised shall, for the present, Ion of New and Second Hand Furniture.In R. B. WILLS, ,
visited Cook tourists and rarely by Biscayne be five thousand dollars to be paid up In full. fact will to the
by I will produce a million barrel crates of The company shall commence Its corporate exIstence : get anything supply Dealer In
anyone else. Mr. Petrie lives quite atone I pineapples season, worth four aa soon aa lu articles of association and wants of tho People.Tradesmen's PHYSICIAN A: SURGEON, Drugs Chemicals Toilet
In a tomb surrounded by a few rough' million dollars every, or greater than the valueof by-lawa are sled with the Clerk of Court of II.... Soiled blocks Disposed of. A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania Perfumery, '
teats and shelters for hi Arab diggers vard county and with the Secretary of State, Will sell CommU !on by private ,
on treatyor Articles
the at and of Fine _
the satire orange crop of State' and continue for the term f twenty yean. an experience twenty Soaps, Stationery, :
He lives entirely on canned meats Arab present. These figures are startling, The business the company win be conducted Public Auction, anything you want years In practice, offers his services to '
bread and Jam. He was very kind to us, but they are conservative. Only a few by a president,secretary and treasurer,and aboard to turn Into money. the citizen of Titusville and 'vicinity JEWELRY, ,
Nelson a sleeping place in his cooking of not let than three directors, the number Cash advanced on Goods for abso- SPECTACLES ASKWLNO '
; years more and numerous canning factories : to be axed each year by the stockholder orrici: OVER J. w. Booms co. r
tent; and gave me shelter in a neigh will be erected in this favored field, The officers shall be elected by the directors who lute sale.EDEN. : MACHINES.

boring tent, where I had for companion and the Indian River will be shall themselves be elected by the aeodcbcldera Guns, Pistols, Sewing Machines and
pineapple .. RUE: P ELY (
oldest known In the world at the annual meeting Us held on the first ,
the mummy known In every hamlet In the country, Tuesday of March of each :year. The highest. c91.Aa NA Machinery Repaired. Watches,. Clock
lately dug up by Mr. Petrie, and eight and become as famous and deservedly amount of Indebtedness' to whlrh the corporation ICE OF THE PEACE HTH DISTNotary and Jewelry a Specialty;
skeletons of the same date ((4,000 B. C.) the Indian River can at any time subject Itself Shan not ex- s ;
The Pyramid of May Deom Is coveredat popular orange.A exceed ninety per cent ot its capital stock Public for the State, Larje. School Books and School SnppVes.
deal has been said the
rloibbllh'at good during paid In. Contractor and Builder of over ao'ean' Subscriptions taken at publisher's prices
the base hill of leas B cape.fleece.
by a winter about the exhorbitant charges Dwioirr W. Torrtm, i
past ol h Natural Finish Specialty,, for Newspapers, Docks, Magaslnes, eta
100 feet high, composed fragments SmarT
of the
transportation companies, HXLBOUKNE, FLA.IPxitola.
GBO.M. Roaania.WALTEH i Prescriptions carefully aft
which had fallen from the pyramid. In compounded
but when we stop and figure for a mo ft. OBAHAN, -s1ig
*this bill Mr. Petrie Is excavating. ment we are surprised. The entire orange WILLIAM" A. WOOMTABD" anytime, day or eight 1 :

""On Wednesday.the llth the diggers crop of Indian River this season 'eMt Ineorporaton. I!= !-! E: -w-illiam: : ,
Announced: an opening as having been was 80,000 boxes. The steamboat com- mugs !
:reached under blocks of stone which Notice. Q t4 J t 8e Drayman. ,
panies got ten cents per box for the haul11tulVlDe
tad appeared to be the pavement; but m..p1 hauling done at reasonable rates. At
which now proved to be the roof of a I to or 18,000 for the entire /. Circuit Court of tAe SfrentK Judicial 6 tends all departing, and meets all ant,. Patent Medicines
The of boat like the
crop. expenses a Florida I ,
Mr. Petrie crawled through the Circuit of in and for Brtvard lag trains.
choked Sweeney 'are about tl, OO per month. county, A. D. 1891. Jio Orders left with G. B. Rumph or at >'
the of a doorway
\c;opening by rubbish- -and top we followed him into five The crop The expenses covered a for period that period of- DWIOHT M.. BrvABDvs. If 1 ADVOCATB attention. office will receive prompt Elegant<< Perfumery' and Toilet Articles' l

the oldest fink et known. He had are $7,500. Whe.we add twO for Oscar HaH, aa administrator hgg
discovered the pyramid temple ever of the estate of Aaron r. Kept constantly on band at
: repairs, which will not cover the bill, we
Cleveland deceased
II .4. :I1'ro.ohor
It known
found-although every e
find that the entire orange crop did not Catherine be\8laod, his '
i pyramid once had a temple attached- pay[ the expenses of one large steamboat. widowrSjS, s TITUSVILLE, FLA., J. B. Screven's .

i. the. only pyramid temple which ever can Now let us glance at the transportation hi.Slfar'E'ls"...., 12 1 15 1!= Keeps a full Wooden Metallic and I
but Doom
be found-for no pyramid May of pineapples. We have estimated ,

,1 Is thus covered by rubbish world:\ the oldest that two years hence, or In the summer ,Cathertne Cleveland* Mortgap- lIi5 t J .* Coffins, Case and Casketx. DRUG 8TOIIE.
knew temple U the and the of 1893 there will be thousand Charles Clu eland,
only known temple of the pyramid barrel crates., The charge for hauling Ueboroh Hall, her C.husband Hall and, Oscar Funerals attended If desired. All or- Also the latest Newspaper, Periodicals

period-aside frem the temple of the to Titusville Is thirty cents per crate.It Oeorn Cleveland, den promptly executed, and at reasonable etc. s

Sphinx at Gizeh. The' temple Is small will cost $18,000 to move the crop. William Cleveland l and rates. Embalming done tAC.
Julia Cleveland, his wife, I
but it will require two weeks to uncover
of five
Orange shipments cover period and Samuel H.Cleveland.and FOR
even portion of It. Mr. Petrie found, months. The transportation companies Mary Cleveland bit wife.Mnptalnant 33. 33-ULtaxioll,

inside, inscriptions with the Cart mche In 1893 will get, if present rates prevail, r""<<* having shown, by affidavit of PINEAPPLE

of Senneferoo (king connecting the third for' the entire crop of oranges via TltusriUe '- bit agent,that Oeorte Cleveland,William BRICKLAYER & PLASTERER Wines Spirits

and fourth dynasty), thus establishingthe only $13,000 for 120,000 boxes. The Cleveland and Julia Cleveland bU whet ,
date of the May Doom pyramid u pineapple men will them $18,000 for and Samuel Cleveland and Mary Cleveland, his ,
pay Tituavillo
the earliest known. He thought that wife,are each over the ace of 11 yean| and that Fla.
a service that will cover less than two they each reside outside the BUM of
the rubbish had covered the temple since months instead of five. A brighter days bat within the United State PLANTATION. Work contracted for on any part of :Beera ;

the XVIII or XIX dymasty-about three at hand for the steamboat lines, butt It I* therefore ordered, that, the said Oeorre Indian River. 8 ,
Cleveland. WUl.ana"leT"'d, and Julia
: thousand after the pyramid was
years Is the pineapple not the orange that Cleveland,bl wife,and Saaaoel Cleveland and
: built-and that we were the first to will load down their boats and furnish Mary Cleveland, his wife, answer or demur to "' 33. D.1.chard. OIGARS ETC.
; enter it since that tine -about three them with dividends. the bill .1cmplalneSled in thla cane on or McAllister ,
The Pyramid at before Monday, th*4th day ot May A. 6. Its, cJun.: ,
thousand years ago. Eden Indian Rlier Florida. ,
old. The A railroad to Lake Worth Is already or the same will be taken against them a* OF THE FINEST QUALITY,
May Doom Is 6,000 years being talked about as needed for the DOOf iaiawXt. .... Contractor for
tombs In the neighborhood from which accommodation of tourist and it It Is further ordered that a copy hereof be '.". oo TO
the before mentioned came, travel published on*, a week for four consecutive : ,
mnmmy T. W'. gtTVTT'X'Jbi:
will not be but the
very week In the EAT COAJT ADvocAra ,
a newspaper & Ecnakcr.
I have the same antiquity. Immense production of pineapples at the published In Brevard County. Artesian wells Losley '
"On account of the arrival of a friend, loath end of the county will make the tyitMM the Honorable John D. Broom, Drayman, I f ,: 3 ,
Nelson slept with me in the tent with construction of railroad Jude and A.A.Stewart Clerk of Slid Court. Will attend to'all kinds of Hauling, Families Supplied.
a an Imperative
the the following night. 'U the Court Hooa at TltusrUle,this let day ? Eau Gallic Fla.
mummy lecessity. afril,A.I>. lavl. promptly, cheaply and expeditlously. ,
"On Thursday morning, tile 12th, we A. A.IITrW'ART. pd- mo
i walked to Waits and took the train for Clerk Clnntlt Court;of Brevard County JToHda. Will deliver baggage for passengers Titusyille Meat t Market.
-We note with the I berebv certify that the above 1* a true
Beni Hasan by of Aboo pleasure building copy
i way of the original. order made In this can.. arriving or departing on train or steamboats .
( We reached Aboo Kerkas at 4 o'clock, of a commodious workshop by the Indian A. -AT**:*". W. N. HENDRY '
and took donkeys the Nile and were River Lumber Co. Messrs Shultz Alyers OlillAMCIMt 01 Circuit Court. ,

[ferried across. We walked thence to are In charge, and all orders for Solicitors ROBBIWB for. Can be found at the Railway Stationor Dealer In ALL KIXDI OF

I the tombs of Beat IIasan and reached ready framed houses or any thing In CompUlnaat. SHt. at'my residence In South Titusville.

I them at nightfall. The only people connection therewith, will receive U. 8. Mall Carrier. 6 General Merchandise Fresh and Salt Meats; Eggs

(there are three English gentlemen, of prompt? attention. 84t NA S ,

[the Egypt Exploring Fond, headed Fist Fruit A Ygetibles
|Mr. Percy 8. !(Newberry Tax Assessor Notice. NEWSPAPER tti' iMi DRY GOODS Oysters ,
) -
|a letter from Mr. Poole. They live In a '
I win be at the different AI'it U "10"
large rock tomb not less than fifty feet precincts in NOTIONS, ,.ri' a

[ square. We were entertained most the county on the days mentioned belowto *Subscription Agency.* P' T CASH FOR POULTRY EGGS, VEO- ,*
oepItably by Mr. Newberry and hisends receive tax returns: : $ STATIONERY, TABLES, ETC. .:

two nights and a We came Cocoa, Saturday AFr.25, 1891 s'GIIu le '
i thisNewberry from daIi.down Bockledge, Monday, v Choice Groceries, 19 E. J. DAVIS, MaJiaffer. -

I J who U going to Georgians, Wednesday, 29, II The Pioneer Agency. CdfdbiOfN ugyyw.esa r >
F Cairo. I have dated this letter from Canaveral, Saturday May 2, {AJpIl1t 1 MIME, FLA. IS

Beni Hasan but am really writing it at Eau Game, Monday, 4, sitGi't .
Aboo Kerkas while waiting for the train Melbourne, Wednesday, 8, For terms and sample copies address. Notice. THE ADVOCATE ,, '

to Assioot which will not be here for Malabar. FrIday 8, Town Warrant Lost-Notice U hereby
four hoard. Sebastian Monde 11, C. H. NAtJIAN, given that I have lost warrant No. 201

"I found in the Ghljeh< museum even Narrows, Wednesday, 13, TITt'ITJt.LZ, Brevard county, FJa. Fur $100, issued by the town of Titus Job Printing DepartmentIs
more than I anticipated. It is by far Fort Pierce, Friday, 13, ville, In my favor; and that payment on

the most Important Egyptian museum Eden, Monday, "' 13, u the same has been stopped; and that I

in the world. Very Important resolU W. R. SAJTDUU SUBSCRIBE for ADVOCATE lied for the of a Sid Ready to do Your work sa .

for my work have also been obtained at Assessor for Brevard County [ dataa lWberl A. 8

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DR IITALMAGE mn loon.,or which. would sit (a.tiig: 11erf' -cant t>Dl of far*"that" .Fan wrote' oat. 1 tat gUAlNr AND CURIOUS.Ireland's .' w FxLt your bead"/rftb''''food IMod 'purpose pock*; ;;iJ'i r 1.

REV of a court room weeping because some bar]- the Thesmtontan loafers, *'If any work not,, r' '. your t stomach with good your J
hearted wretch 1* brought to jastlc bat I neither should. he .at." By'what law,"H eta with honest money, and your measurer $
do **y that the safety and life of the com Clod or man to It right tbat you and I should ; are 70,000 ft jean) \ happiness will be reasonably full.
THE BROOKLYN DIVINE'S SUN monity demand more potential Influence in toll day in and day out,until our band an Dahlia "
behalf of public olrlnldIn -. bliiitered;and our arm ache and our brain London has more Irish than FoBlmpnMer thin B'ood. Weakness )1
DAY SERMON. some ot the the get nnmb, and then b* called anl Hr ,
cltf prlnoni air Is like: upon to support IRril Ipusneta
i ot' b troanBittterrsQ
that of tile Black Hole of Calcutta. I have what in- the United State' are aboiltwo A locomotive:: 1'10 ran on .\rwn" II give* ,
visited prison where, as the air swept million loafer They are a very dangerous p.'ttosaaalotata young
the wicket clan. Let the publlo authorities, new. IienoD*
*' through It almost knocked me keep .trnl
Tim I ague ofCrlmr.Tcxtt down. No sunlight. Young men who had their eyes on them. SavannahGa., policemen wear thou'revolvers It I. to dispute when there nd t
'MH the wattn that were tn Me committed their first trims crowded in Again, among the uprooting clause* 1 place 'Ist ot KnvlnUngDealaes i
river taro turned to blood."-Ezodiu TiL, among'old offender I saw In one prison: a the opDreend poor. Poverty to a certain in their belts. I _
W. woman with a child almost blind, who bad extent i* chaateninr but after that, when it *Caa't C.r"
Among an the Egyptian plagues none could been arrested for the crime of poverty, who drives a man to the wall and he hear his An oyster eleven inches long' has Br local applications they.cannot reach the
k. bera worse than this The Nile if the was waiting until the slow law could take children cry in vain, for bread, it sometime been found'off the Connecticut shore. diseased portion of the ear. Tber is only one f
wealth of Egypt Its fish the food, its waters her to the almshouse, where she rightfully makes him desperate. I think that there art way to core deafness, and by constitutional -
Irrigation of garden and fI.ldIts con- belonged; but she wa thrust in there with thousand of honest men lacerated into vaga In 1744 the war between England remedle*. Deaf ness I*caas by an Inflamed -
dition decides the or the doom of her child amid the mot abandoned wrotches I bondism. There are men crushed under condition of the muou. of the
the empire. What happen to the Nile happen of the town.. Many of the offender in that burden for,which they are not halt paid. ', and France, known as King George'sWar flamed Eustachian you have Tube. rumbling sound tube or get imperfect in
*to all Egypt And noir(u the text that prison nipt on the floor, with nothing but* While there Is no excuse for criminality I I hearing. and when It ,closed,
,great river Is Incarnadined. It I.I a red gashcroat vermin-covered Blanket over them.' Tboe even in oppression, I state It u a simple fad began. deafness la the result, and i entirely. inflammation ONiD: NJOY 1
an empire. In poetlo license we speak people crowded and wan and wasted and that much of the Koundrelism of the com man ploughed his field can b taken out and this tube restored -
of wan which turn the riran into blood. halt luffocatM: and Infuriated. I said to the munlty 1* consequent upon ill-treatment. Am Oregon to its nor condition, hearing will be Both the method and. when
But my text it not a poetic license. It WM men, "How do yon stand it barer Dod There ar.'many men and women batteredand with a team engine, turning over the destroyed nine race onto ttenarepond of Figs is token rt
a fact, a great crimson appalling condition knows aid one men"we have to stand It." braised and stung until the hour of despair by catarrh, which I*nothing bat an in Syrup ; i pleasant
4fecribed. The nil rolling deep of blood. Oh, they will pay yon when they get out. I ha come, and they stand 'with the soil at the rate of sixteen acres a day. flamed We will condition glveOne of the m.oal surface for and refreshing to the taste, act

Can you imagine more awful plague Where they burned down ODD house they ferocity: of a wild beast which pursued until of Texas cattle horns wore ease of deafness caused by catarrblthat* any we gently yet promptly on the
The modern plague which nearest oorre- will burn three. They will strike deeper the .. it can run no longer turn round foaming A pair cannot oar by taking Hall'a Catarrh Cure. Liver and cleanses Kdeys
pond with that fa the Dlaene of crime in aasatdn'knife. They..* this minute plot- and bleeding, to fight the hounds.There found In Scott Bluffs County Nob.theother Send for lare, five. Bowels system
all oar ettJeIt halt 'not for bloodshed tine worse bunrlarie i* a vast underground New York F. J.CHKRET A Co.,Toledo, 0' efectuaJy. 18 colds, headaches -
It shrinks from no carnage.. It bruises and Some of the city jail are the best place I and Brooklyn life that i* appalling and day that measured five feot nine Soldlydruggist76cents.. ad, fever and cures habitual
outs and strike*down and destroys. It reTels know of to manufacture footpad.vaga ehamefnL It w.Ioand tteam with putre InchcS from Up to tip. constipation. of
Syrup Figs the
In the blood of body and soul this plane bond and cutthroat. Yale College 1* not faction. You go down the stain, which are Light lleart and Plenty Meaer, f
of crime rampant for age, and never bolder. so well calculated to make scholars, nor Harvard wet and decayed with filth, and at the bottom A society for the prevention of have completed rav first week wih ray only remedy of its kind produced
or more rampant than now. *o well calculated to make scientist, you find the poor victims on the floor, Plater, and nave P6 clear am pleasing to the taste and
The annual police report of these cities a* nor Princeton *o well calculated to make cold, lick, three-fourthedead, Inking Into a cruelly and neglect I of pot birds and charmed Plater from with the the Bbusiness.c' CoCnulewIll. my to the stomach prompt ae i in
examine them are to me more suggestivethan theologian, as many of our jails are calculated still darker corner under the gleam of the animals has been started In .London, ., for fi and tel confident If ewo ceptable
Dante's Inferno,and all Christian people to make criminal All that thorn men lantern of the police. There hu not been a bow Ob.Ap tbey I eta Pl ,-rand how and truly beneficial its
as well ..reformers need to awaken to a present do not know of crime after they have been breath of fresh air in that room for five England, under royal patronage. I much mon"y they eouldms-k.we woold ee effects, prepared only from the mOt
and tremendous duty. If you want this In that dungeon for some time, Satanlo yean, literally. The broken sewer empties many more happy homer It la arprilnff the its
"flagneof Crime" to stop there are several machination cannot teach them. In the insufferable its content upon them, and they lie at night The class of buildings struck I most a"ounof Iblwl and jewelry the* i< lerUte healthy agreeable subsce
kinds of perrons:you need to consider. First, stench and sickening surroundings in the swimming fllth. There they are, men, by lightning are, first, Plater; they would soon new have light Hearts Bet and a many excellent qualtie cmmed itt
tli*public criminals. You ought not to be of such place there i* nothing but disease women, children; black, white;Vary Mag frequently plenty mOD'Y.PMIALFRJJTn. all and mostpopular
surprised that these people make op a large for the body, Idiocy for the mind, ani death dalen without her repentance, and Lazarus dwellings; second, barns and granar te
portion in many communities. The vast : for the IOU Stifled air and darknen andvermin without his God. These are "the dives" Into all who are remedy kow.
majority of the criminals who take ship from never turned a thief into an honest which the pickpocket and the thieve go. aa tel;; third, oil tanks and oil works. person Byrup :FIg sale In 60o

Europe com*into oar own port. In 1869, of mn.We well* a great many who would jUte a different of seed prow a luxuriant snlt of Inforatou' what and all leading drug
the forty-nine thorn and people who were incarcerated want men like John Howard and Sir life but cannot gnt" It. Two years ngo fOI'tYIIIcke the cause 01' how long standing; no hur bust. 1 reliable who
In the prisons of the country William lack ton. and women like Elisabeth These place are the lore of the city, ling oysters were planted In an arm For prllCDlaMand I.tmoub PA'. gist Any dugs
thirty-two thousand were of foreign birth. Fry to do for the prison of the United which bleed perpetual corruption. Tbey are Lo r L.11 Kf. may not have it on pro
1fAInr: of them were the very desperadoes of Btatea what those people did in other day the underlying volcano that threaten us of the San Diego (Cal.) Bay; todaythe it any one who
society: oozing into the slums of our city for the prison of England. I thank God with a Caracca earthquake it roll and beds extend twelve hundredacres. To ACT upon a determination made In Anger our promptYjfotl
walUDIr form opportunIty to rIot and steal for what Isaac T. Harper and Dr. Wine* roar and surge and heave and rook and over Is like embarking In a vessel during a storm. wishes to t it not accept aajsubstitute.

and debauch, joining the large gang of 'and Mr. Harris and score of other have blaspheme* and dies, and there are only two .
American thugs and cut-throat i done Ja, the w.Y of prison reform, but we I outlets for It-tha police court and the Pot FOR Dyspepsia, Indl etlnn and Stomach
There are in this cluster of cities-New want something more radical before will ter'* field In other words, they must either A series of stalactite caverns, surpassing disorders,use Brwn'llrn Bitters The Best CALIFORNIA FIB SYRUP Co
York Jenoy City and Brooklyn-four come the blessing of him who MId, "I wa in go to prison or to hell. Ob, you never saw similar In and Twain strengthen, It the muscles.eyHtem,clean A splendid the Blood SAN FRANCISCO. CAL
thousand people whose entire business In prison, and :ye came unto me." it, you say. You never will see it until on any ones Europe, weak and dDilltaiad persona.TBERB to lOUISVIL tr. ( $..rTh"
life la to commit.uiclde. That is aa much 'Again, in your effort to arrest this plains the day when those staggering wretches have.been discovered In German East I fo ,
their business a* jurisprudence or medicine of crime you need to consider untrUltwor'bJ'oIRdal. hall come np In the light of the judgment
tea In the
sufficient Bill
merchandise is .. "Woe unto hoe O land throne, and while all heart are Africa. Millions of bats frequentthem. recompense very tPE
or your business To it they when thy being re- consciousness or a noble deed-C.|
bring all their energies of body mind and kin?Is a child, and thy prince drink in the veiled. God will ask you what you did to PENSIONS.** E I
soul and they look upon the Intervals! which morning" It I.a great calamity to a city help them. FITS stopped free by DR KLINK' GREAT '! and WI.' _
they prison aa so much unfortunate when bad men get into publlo authority. There Is another layer of poverty and destitution The London Vegetarian Society reports Nxavx Rxaronsn. No after first day's titled' 10 ama r..10.hP.Oi fft; ;
lost ofptime just as:you look upon an attackof Why wa it that in New York: there wa not so squalid but almost a* help n... :arnJoul"ur Treatise anr $1 trial. Bluks fri* ISI I lunu; ,,"..0.C
influraxa and rheumatism which fastens inch unparalleled crime between UMi and less. You hear the incessant wailing for a membership of 641, but the I tit tie tl. Klne. 11 Arch .. PbJ P.*.

you in the house for a few daya. It.. their 1871F It was because the judge of police in bread and clothe and fire. Their eye: are movement is said to have spread Jfuffllrted with yesneeDr.lMmoTbomp
lifetime twines to pick pocket and blow that city at that time for the most part wereu sunken. Their cheek bone stand out. Their ,on'Eye-wnter.Drnintlfit sell at So per bottle- PI U Man4Whieteyfablte l
np safes and sboplilt and ply the panel game, corrupt a*the vagabonds that ram before hand are damp with Blow consumption. I throughout England,Europe and the O '
and they have as much pride of skill In their them for trial Those were the day: of high Their flesh I* puffed up with drop ies; Their FOR A DIBOROKREO LIVER try BEECRAM'S nmts .,a- DMWOOLLEY.M.n..I.DrDG. .
business ai yon bare in yours when you up- carnival' for election! frauds. assassination breath i* like that of toe charnel house. I colonies PILLS. uffloe ilHft Whitehall StM0THER5'
fat the and forgery. We had They hear the roar of the wheel of fashion .
argument an opposing counsel, or all kind of rings. ,A collection wild
of flowers is saidto
cure a' There wa overhead and the laughter of. and
gunshot fracture which other surgeons one man during those year tbat gay men 1
have given np or foresee a turn In the got one hundred and twenty-eight thousand maidens and wonder why God gave to other* be in preparation from the state of FfflEMDHORTENSLflBo . buy good. before tb'Ylto dollar In one year for serving the public. so much and to them 10 little borne of them w try f
up twenty per cent. It just I business to It Is no compliment to public authority thrust into an Infidelity like that of the poor California, for the World's Fair at Chi n

commit crime, and I do not suppose that when we have in all the cities ot the country German girl who, when told in the midst other III. by the school children of ii
cago, ,
in the walking abroad wretcbednem that God wa laid ro&&
once year: thought of the immorality men and women notorious good, < / !
Iwlk"tbem. for criminality unwbloned of justice. Thar "No; no good God. Just look at me. No that state. ,

Added to''these professional criminal, are pointed out to :you in the street d(7 by -rood: God. d;
American Tbere In this cluster of cities WhOM wantI A curiosity in the home of Nicholas *
Md foreign there are a large day. you find what are called the cry of
clan of men who are more or Industrious "fence," the men who stand between the interpret there are said to be as far a* I I Lcvlder of Baltimore Dldfa LE&VIKSPAIfM f
Ja crime. In, one year the police In this thief and the honest man, sheltering the can figure it no from the reports, about a
dunn of cities arrested tan thousand people thief, and at a great price handing over the three hundred thousand honest poor who are wooden model of a country residence, TENDING I' ;gf i
for theft, and tm thousand for auU and goods to the owner to whom they longed dependent upon individual, city and State which ho made with 1' '
battery, and fifty thousand for intoxication There you will find those who are called the charities. Ill their voices could come up I a penknife after I
vrnnkennan i* responsible for much of the "skinner,* the men who borer around Wall at once it would be groan that would shake I thirteen years of work. oLtFE i I i
theft, since it contain a man' idea ofproperty street, with great alelght; of hand in bond the foundation of the city and bring all Jf" .
and b* get his band on thing and stock There you Had the funeral earth and heaven to the rescue. But for the One of the odd sight in Chicago I IY
that do not belong to him. Hum responsi thieves, the people who go and dt down and most part it suffers unexprHl d. It sit In
ble for much of the assault and battery in. mourn with famlllat and pick their pock.*. Hence gnashing Its teeth and lucking; the I recently was the moving of a stately foI JiWd
piling men to sudden bravery which they And there you find,the .nwe men" blood of its own arteries waiting for the elm tree through the streets from
must demonstrate though It be on the face who borrow money of you because they judgment day. Oh\ should not wonder it _
Of tb*B t gentleman. have dead child in the house and want to on that day it would be found out that some Grosse Point to ,\Grscelaud Cemetery. : .F. -

Ten million dollar worth of property bury It, when they never had house or of us bad some thing that belonged to them, The tree was lifted as It and MOTHfC.hD,
tobaintbi* duster of dtlee in on. year I family: or tbey want to go to England and some extra garment which might have mad .IN COLD.
Yon cannot, a*good cltfMni. be Independent get a,large property there, and they want them comfortable In cold days; some bread transported, uprIght, Ina .crate, give
rt that fact It wW touch your pocketlBC you to pay their way and they will tend the thrust into the ash barrel that might have appeased the If a price can be placed on pain,U Mother's Friend" la worth I weight Ir.
J bare to give you the fact that thee three money back by the very nut mail. their hunger for a little while; some ing impression of a travelling aold My wife suffered more In ten minutes with either of other two, .
dtte*pay about eight million dO:lara' worth There are the ."harbor thieve," the wasted candle or gas Jet that might have kindled than she did altogether with her last, having previously used four
of Ux*a year to arraign try and support "shoplifters," the' "pickpocket," famous up their darkness; some fresco o* the tree.D. bottles of "Mother's Friend." It Is a blessing to any one expecting to be*
the criminal population You help to pay all over the cities. Hundred of them with ceiling that would have given them roof; C. Pitner of Uklah, Cal., Is preparing come a mother. Oeo F. Lockwood, Carml, 111..
Jf board of.Tery criminal from the sneak their face In the Rogue' Gallery, :yet do. ome jewel which, brought to that orphan Write The Bradfiold Regulator Co., Atata Ga., paUola Sent by
thief that tnatcbc a spool of cotton up tofOIDI log nothing for the last five or, tea year girl in time, might have kept her from being an Incubator on a large scale. paid, on receipt of prc.LO per btte by dggit.. # .uprcag' e
man who fwamp a back. More than but defraud society and escape justice. crowded off the precipice to an unclean life; Ill hop house is to be converted into 1
that, touches your bear in th* moral defMflon When then people go nnarrested and unpunished some New Testament that would have told V
of the eommnnlty. You .might aa U u putting a high premium them of Him who "cam to seek that which one. The houcecontalne two rooms, V
well think to stand closely Ice and to the wa lost." ,
In a confined upon saying young criminal each twenty-four feet with a q'.1'
, square
worn where there are fifty people and yet of this country. "What a safe thing it Oh, this war*of vagrancy and hunger and t
hot breath the Titiated air, 41 to stand in U to be a great criminal Let the law nakedness* 'that dashes against our front capacity of 16,000 eggs. He will be-
community 'where there U mob a great swoop upon them. Let it be known in door step I If the roof ot all the house of 8000
gin by trying in of
multitude of Lb.etbetagematanlna. cIe rand without eome. I this country crime will have no quarter; destitution could b* lifted so w* could look eggs one the
wb td. What i* the fire ,, that the detective are after it; that tie down into them just a* God looks, whose coma
'that burns your store down compared with i police club 1*being brandished;that the iron nerves would be strong enough to stand itf t a
the conflagration which consumes your door of the prison I* being opened: that the And yet there they are. The arty thousand Chief Engineer Sewell of the White a% Vr
morals What la the theft of the gold and Judge la ready to call on the case Too great sewing: : women in these three cities some of Star feet considers himself
tUrer from your mon.y cafe compared with leniency to criminal 1* too great severity to them In hunger and cold, working night the great.
,U* theft of jour c U W. are all ready to arraign criminal Again In your effort to arrest this''plagueof from nostril and lip*. erA .
'we shout at tha top of oar voles, ''Stop crime, you need to consider the idle popu Uow well their grief wa voiced by that during lu* connection with the company t .U
tblef' aod when the police get on the track lation. Of course I do not refer to people despairing woman who stood by her invalid he has sailed 818,400 nautical '. t"
w*come out, batle and in our slippers, and who are getting old, or to the rick or to those husband and invalid child and laid to the "
Mist in th. arrest. We come around the who cannot get work, but I tell you to lookout city missionary "I. am down hearted. miles, or 911,000 standard miles, .,)
Mwllng rufflsn and hustle him off to justice, for those athletic men and women who Everything' against us; and then there are nearly four times the distance between 't '
HW when begets in prison what do we do for will not work. When the French nobleman other things. "What other,thin gel"' said
Mm f With mat the wa asked he the city missionary. ''Qh'the replied ''mY the earth and the moon.
gusto w*put on handcuffs why kept busy when be bad so cough or cold'
and the hopple*; but what preparation large a property ha old "I on engrav .In." "What do :you mean by that!" "Well
are w*making for the day when the handcuff lag so 1 may not bang' mrlelt.: keep I do not she laid. "I never bear oree any thing:good. The,only l foreigner in the service ol is a. spy I 'P (

and the hopple come efff Society care who the man la,you cannot afford to be It'* work from Monday morning till Saturday the Emperor of China is Frederick A. healthfl ". .;' '
,seems totay to the** criminals, "Villain go Idle IG'. from the idle classes that the night, and then when Sunday come I I I stealthily come '1 M.
IP then and Tot. when it ought to ay, criminal classes are mad up. Character, can't go out, and I walk the floor, and it Bee, a tall man, with close-cropped.'' the lines of :j
+*!(on are offender like water. cutrld it make me tremble to think that I have got i ito !:
> as afalnst the law. but cots It stands nail too :
we mean to give you an opportunity to regent JonrV ho can wonder'that in-this--world, meet UOIJ. un, sir, if* so nara lor us. |t mutton-chop whiskers. and shaggy gray ( and is there to' discover + .
; we mean to help you. Hare are Bible where there Is so much to do, and all the W* have to work: so and then w* have so eyebrows. Mr." Bee Is a Consul in Ills 3
and traoU and Christian Influence. Christ host of uttli and heaven and hell are much trouble, and then we are getting along some vulnerable
died for eo poorly and sea this wee little thing I Mongolian Mxjcsty's service, and has ..
yon. Look and live plunging Into the conflict and angel are fly ; growing in the
, vast improvements bare Been made by lag and Hod I* at work and the universe Is.quake weaker and weaker; and then to thinkwe been honored with several'titles. lIe fortification of the constitution which is .
Introducing Industries into the prison but .- with the marching and countermarching are not getting: nearer to God, but floating I guarding That
; your well-being. point discovered
*. want something more than hammer that God lets Indignation fall away from Him. Oh, sir, 1 io wish l' i has received these honors as a result the spy ,

ndbo*last to reclaim those people. Aye, upon a nun who chooses idl.nI -. was reaay to die.; of his services at Ibo time of the Koal' reports it to the enemy on the outside. The enemy is the
.we want more than sermons on the Sabbath have watched these do-nothing who I should not wonder If they had a good
ftty. Society must imprest these men with spend their time stroking their beard and deal better' time than we in the future to I I ney Sand Lot riots at San Francisco, changeable winter climate. If the cold gets in, look out *'

thetas that Jt does not enjoy their cut retouching their toilet and criticising industrious make up for the fact tbat they bad such a Cul.I for an attack at the weak point. To avoid this
shoot the
,fering, and' t. attempting( to reform people and pass their day and bad time here. It would be just like Jesus t

and el..ateIIIIm.. The majority of crlmln- t.l igutlalaiTyomaad! club houses, lounr- to lay "C'.omeup and take the highest &. I I By the next century the extermination spy, kill the cold, using SCOTT'S EMULSION
ala You uttered with Me on earth now be -
suppose that society ba grudge against in? *nd smoking and: cbwlng and card- of
)Brtn,tnd<< they In turn bare a grudge against playin They ere not only useless hut glorified with Me in heaven." Ob, thou [ of both the canvas-back duck and pure Norwegian Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphitesof
aocIetT' I hey are dunjerous. How bard it U for warping One of<< Bsthanyl I On, thou I Lime and Soda the
,> The"are Utter\ heart and more tat un them to while away the hours Alas, for dying One of the cross I Have mercy on the the diamond back terrapin will be al- as weapon. It is an expert cold

*t' whn they com* out of jail than when\ them If they do not know how to while itarvhur, freezing, homeless poor of these most as complete as that of the buffalo.It slayer, and fortifies the system against Consumption .
'they W'Dt" Many 01II.. who away an hour, what will they do when great ci tie*) *
people go I have preached this sermon for four or will be a great lost not to this Scrofula General Debility and all
to prison go again and again and again. they have all eternity on their bands? only Anesmic and Wasting '
come:year hgo of fifteen Thee men for a while smoke the beat five practical reasons; Because I want you Diseases
hundred prisoner cigar country, bnt to the epicures abroad. (specially in Children
claste of }.
who during the:year bad been In Sing Sing, and wear the beat clothe and move in the to know who are the uprooting Especially helpful for .
four hundred bad been there before In a highest spheres, but I have noticed that society. Because I want you to be more Bismarck and Henry Irving and other children to prevent their taking cold Palatable

bona of correction in the country, where very won they: coma down to the prison, the discriminating in your charttiob. BecauseI notables of Europe have frequently Milk. as
daring a certain reach of time there bad almshouse, or stop at the gallows. want your heart open with generosity,
Been flre thousand people more than three The police station of this cluster of sties and your baud open with charity. Because had canvasback ducks sent to them
thousand bad been there before, Bo in one furnish annually between two aa I three hundred I want you to be made the sworn I'
case the prison, and in the other the house of thousand lodgings. Forth. most part friends of aU city evangelization, and all from New York and the demand SCtAL-t1 E"ulsIO, nlet and I p1rlb by the Medical P

correction,left them just a* bad at they were theM two and three hundred thousand lodge aewsoys' lodging house*, and all children'said from across the sea has increased each manner a aa to greatly th wrld_b1 their : :ore acic&Ufl.'aUy combined in.u a
societies and Dorcas societies under the
lag*are furnished to able bodied man and .mcl vaue' ,
Th. secretary of ODe of the benevolent women-peopl*u able to work u you and I skillful manipulation of wives and mothers year. CAUTION".-Scott's Emulsion 1.put up in salmon-colored
societies of Kw' York say a lad fifteen year* are. When they are received no longer at and oaten and daughters; let the spar garment r get the jcDui. Prepared only by Scott&Bowne. Wnpn B..and .
Of age ha<. spent three:year of his life in cue police station because they are ''repeattra" of :your wardrobes be fitted to the "Scaring the Conscience" Sold by a Dgg. hcmlt Neo1"
the and I fchould
prtau, and be said to the tad "What have they go to some other station and ao limb of wan shivering. all -
they done not wonder if that bat that :you give should Of her curious custom London
for around. their
you to make you better they keep moving Tbey get -
"".11." replied the lad "the Ant time I food at base doors, stealing what they can coma back a jeweled coronet, or if that garment cannot boast of a more singular one
wa brought ap before the :judge. laid lay their band on in the front basement that :you hand out from:your wardrobe t eat "
You ought be ashamed of yourself.' And while the servant I* spreading the bread in should mysteriously be whitened and somehow than that formerly so strictly adhered iHaveYouacough9

urn 1 committed crime again and I wu the back basement. They will not work. wrought into the Saviour1 own His robe band to at Holland House, one of the most
brought npvbaOre the same judge, and be '11m and again, in the country districts *o> Ip the last dar H.would run
aid, 'You I, they hay. wanted hundred and thousand over it and say,"! wa naked and ye clothed historic old mansions in the British

OMnmltted some other crime and 1 was ot: laborer Thane men will not go. The Me* That would. be putting your garments capital. The last of the Lord. Holland Have You a Cold ? :' :
brought before the same judge, and b*aid, do not want to work. I have triad them. I to ilorious use* ,
,Mfou ought to b* banged. That "u all bar tt them to sawing wood in my cellar But more than that I have preached the shot himself during a fit of despondency 1 .
they had done for him 1u the way: of reform to tee whether they wanted to work. I offered sermon because I thought in the contrast
Won and Mlvation* "Oh"you laY, "the to pay them well for it. I have heard you would we bow very kindly God bad ; everything pointed to a Or
people are incorrigible. I suppose there the aw going for&boutthree minute, and dealt with you. and I thought that thousand clear case of self-murder ret the Holland Consumption ? ;
are hundreds of person this day lying in the then I went down, and lo! the wood but nj *of yon would go to your comfortsdehomes \ :
prison bunk who would leap np at the taw I They ire the pest of society, and they and lit *t your u-ftlled table and family could never be dissuaded
prospect of reformation If stand u the ot the Lord' who at the warm register: and look at the round Taylor's Cherokee
society wooly way poor from the notion that the old man had Remedy of
and that then j
allow them a way into decency andtwvecubtUty. who ought to be helped, and most tie helped, face of your children you I' r "
would burst into tear at the review of God'sgoodness been I '
., and will U helped. murdered by some unknown aasauin. s

''o0." JOII"1.J''I bare no patience with While then are thousand industrious room to and YOU.lock and the that door TOO and would kneel go down to Accordingly every night for Sweet Gum and Mullein
tt ee you in reply bow men who; cannot get any work these men :your : .
much better wonld you 1>&.. been under the who do not want any work come in and and es t years it was the custom for one of the j r.
ejae make that I in favor of th "0 Lord. I ban been anlngrat; make :
rcnwtancekr Suppose moths.- am restoration
had been a blaxphenur and your your father a of UM oii f i hlnnfd whipping port me n .ch 14. 0 lotJ, there are*a manr: family to go to the rear of the house j WILL
ant and yo Ud started life with a body for just this one data of men who wui not hungry and unclad< and unsheltered >taken punctually at 11 o'clock and fire a YOU !
Thee that all ufe Thou bast
taffed With evil procllTlU. and had work-*Ieplnz at night at public ex- ay
vent much of your time in a cellar you amid pens in tbUtioa house; during the day such good care of me. O, Lord,there are so gun; for the purpose it i* said, otscaring Ask your Druggist or Merchant for It.

Uceultie*and cursing, and if at tea year gettuig their food at :your doorstep. 1m- than tick and crippled .children. of to-day that X ." the conscience' of the ,mur- j Take nothing elsti.ELY'S .
The mint weU- are *o
Of :you bad been to doe 'not them. REAM
age compelled go out and l'I"laouUleo' near They f t3ALM-Ctew.. ta. N.n1
stesbattered and banged at night it you would like it. filackweil. Iilaud or Snag earth oniof them in heaven. Thy goodness derer This curious practice b a relic Passage., It Iglu awl Isaaamatf Leal. oelaeda
eaaw In without My spoils, ana suppose slug would be a eotof ortabln home for tham. 0 Lor, break me down.. Take me of mediaeval days in lb. bore. Restores Tsar. and am.U Curs Ct1TAR%
and continental Eu. ]
once forever. Sprinkled was many
your early tuoboo4 anU womanhood bad They would have no objection to>> the aim ?
been covered with rafts and filth, aud dthneatsociety house, for they like tbiu soup, it they cannot year ago at tee altar,while my mother. held rope and the ease to point ia A
I eooaecrate soul to Taee a
had turned Its back stock me, now my
upon :you, aad gel turtle.
Jell you W consort with vagabond and I propua this tor then On one side of boiler baptism of repenting_tears.' the only instance where U
land TBW to bleed.Axil'IB .
wharf rat* -how much bettor would yoabav thui put some healthy-work; oo the other Ifur 4un.s user:vil fedwd noticed lAce the day of the protabl'l Gtvv.lkUef et
hoes I baT no sympathy with that aide put a rawbUe. a4 let tlwrn take their ....... IIMIIa..n J gmoe la tra, I ? ew once for Cold
xtouUv titauocj Uuh would' lot crioi cboiu 1 111* for that class of people the O BUgllttT CUt pace M I**.* -{St. Louie Republic. tea sebymIQI8r1.09te'rw eaaKT. E.'



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-- tnat the government: Is to donate Ib BRIEFSr'I I :Boys Tip Your Hta. Medicine
ALLIANCE TALKS money to the people. The- people must Spring :

either borrow, as the national banks,d or buy it with their labor or productions "their hats to a lady t+>t girl friend whyrespect
JIBWS9F: : 'm ORDER ,FROM What is needed is some fair, Just and DAILY' OCCURRENCES IN TUB should be shown In this ways Is BO important that ,great care should bo E'
safe of distribution let the SUNNY SOUTHLAND Here is the explanation of the custom
system' .
''SECTIONS. used to THE BEST. Hood's
Barsaparilla ,
'ALL but among the people Toe sul I The custom of lifting the hat had its get
treasury plan settles ,this. and It is the i origin during the age of chivalry, when has proven its superior merit by its many .,. .

only plan which has yet been devised Curtailed into Interesting ano it was customary for knights never to remarkable cures and the fact that
of Interest to Alliancemen ,
which in all respects meets the pressin Paragraphs. appear in public except in lull armor. It
Everywhere. exigency. It will do no good to double Newsy became a custom, however, for a knight,
or quadruple the volume of currency if upon entering an assembly of friends to Hood's Sarsaparilla : k''
no way is provided for the people to get Ex-Gorvernor Waterman, of California, remove his helmet, signifying, "lam safe .'.

ALEXANDER ATKWSOS OH' ALLIANCE POL1TKM it without going to the tfhylocks. The died Sunday. in the presence of, my friends." The has a larger sale than other sarsaparilla
IVkv' AND CURRENCT.. people are beginning to learn that they The Llano iron and coal fields in Texas age of chivalry passed away with the any &
The Ktui and AUianctmari says that con tnnr safely manage their nw have been purchased by the Wakefield fifteenth ccn'ury, out, among the many or blood purifier shows the great confidence t'

p' nobody in the world is more thoroughlyand finances, an i are prepared to .dispeui syndicate, of Chicago. acts of courtesy which can be traced backto the people ,have in it. In fact
with the services of these manlpulntors. .
deeply interested in the Alliance and these A big fire occurred at Laurlnburg, N. its influence, none is more direct in its '
its plans than Mr. Atkinson and but few They have determined t> knockout CX, Tuesday morning The postoffice origin than that of lifting the hat to acknowledge
wit Medicine
middlemen, and come face to face The Standard
the of a friend. Spring
are better informed u to the character the and four stores were burned. presence i
and scope of the demands and plans of government. The Broom law brick work. at Alexundrit -
the organization and to verify its user.tion ... Va., were damaged by fire to the Producing Rain by Science. Is now generally admitted to be Hood's Sarsa- : i

i prints the following interview with! I TUB ALL1AVCK. extent of (::10,000Vedn.IJay, We be considered- visionary whenwe parilla. It speedily cures all blood diseases : ,
:him the
: The necessities of
"But few people outside of its ranks. pie cave imperilled birth to Ouf order. peo Bishop Richard Gilmore died at St. assert that the time is coming when and imparts such 'strength to the whole system I i

.and not all of those inside, comprehend The injustice and oppression of me Augustine, Fla.,Cleveland. Ills remains copious rains will be produced at the will that, as one lady puts it, "I seem to be made
will be taken to 0., lor inter of man, and droutds will hence be the kt
the magnitude of the evil and the magnituda nopoliitic power demanded a revolt. '
I misfortunes relegated anew Be sure to .
an unenlightened age get
our demands for redress. Our The exactions of organized monej. :
met year produced from seven power have been cruel and severe. Chattanooga held a mass meeting Mon to the'pa t by the progress of
't count t million bales of cotton, four | The money-power of this country i Is day night in the interut: of raising a science. This problem of producing rain
r hundred million bushels of wheat seven completely organized; having complete fund for the exhibit: of resources of that by scientific methods is not a new one. Hood's .
hundred million bu-hels of oats, two and absolute control of the machinery of section at the World's fair. It hRS engaged the minds of our scientists Sarsaparilla .

billion bushels of corn, not to speak of governments, with their tools in |place, At Chattanooga, Saturday afternoon, in the past, and it is every day getting j
1 its mineS of precidQs and useful metals and power;; legislatures! to e .net laws In Chancellor Ken dissolved the vexatious nearer to a practical solution. A few SoMfcjraUAniMtta. '11"* for'". Prepared only I old by all dranma. |l| lib forts,(i..........Ntp j
r and coal 'its. vast manufacturing" ADd their interests.! Judges to decide In tlici Injunctions against the Lookout MountainS millions *pr\ t by the government in ex- tj 0. L HOOD CO, JLpoUMMriM Lowtu, tiara I tf 0. L HOOD CO, ApoUeoarMe' lowell. Matt,,

". -railroad itdu, tries and its timber. Our favor, and executives of their choice anti ouipany, allowing the deal to proceed.The i pcriments in this direction will not be IOO Dosea One Dollar I I 100 One Dollar
taationat wnilth and national dictation with to enforce And wasted, and when success is atta ned, at -
production powers company was required to give only
'ltIlt.lmoet beyond the powers of concep-' armies to compel submission and obedience $23,000 bond. This is the big deal in it will be. the benefits Plowman will bo simplyinealeulabte.Weatern DO WANT A NEW-

tion. Yet, in the face of all this, look tl) their unjust and robbing !awe, which nearly $1.000,000 is Involved. YOU

it i the increasing poverty of the pro: and that great power in the United Dr. John R. Pipes, a leading\(citizen of THE!: most perfectly I 'developed horso Is aB a r1ANO I ?'
dufcerl Those who make the wealth are< State WJH given them by 'tho voters of Who ling W. Va., was arrested Tues of no use until he is broken and trained,
growing poorer every day, and those who ,this country, said to be the people. The day night charged ,with having robbedthe and the most brilliant and powerful
sit in idleness are storms' and hoaring power to enslave'Ihe born and unborn grave of Charles Watzbacker who mind lies dormant until trained by apr
;wealth by the millions. This has gone and rob them by law of the wealth they; died last January. Dr. Pipes was as- clll al education.

pn.year'; after'year until those who are produce. It cannot be denied but that sisted in the wouk by Taylor Foreman -- -- Don't say you cannot get it till you
producing the worth have now dcmandec under the present laws and condition: who was also arrested. Theygavehonda know how we will furnish you' one.
account wkh those who take it and that child born into
an every comes ex of $1.000 each. ,,
L keep it." I istenco with the chains of slavery around Ask by postal card and we will send
The huge tannery of Ila'l &1:; VmighanV: I
"A theories have been it. tell
proposed you
of New York which you ,
covers fifty-five
, to set the right. I This has been given them by
wrong power ; '
f acres <>f ground in Middle.borougb, K14 prices explain our plan of EASY
,. V our ,
"Some say that the high protective' our votes. We have elected men to represent : ,
' tariff ia the trouble. Some combine the have s completed,'aDd commenced operations and post
" say u', people, who betrayrtui The I leather to bo tanned PAYMENTS, generally ; you ,
I. tion and monopoly. The creak object of ; who have enacted laws for a lain ii ,
this is to be used the PIANO QUESTION.
. by exclusivelyfor
". the Alliance is to determine out of all place of ih* mass of people. We have '
. this confusion what the truth is and to done so in ignorance and through part belting purposes. The tannery one t&You ,may save $50.00 by ,'
of the in the world.A .
''. establish it"We, asked :Sir.! Atkinson prejudice voting for, and supporting largest writing us a POSTAL CARD.
." what, he considered the most complete and sustaining ourpirty candidates with. Raleigh dispatch of Sunday, says:
" solution of the question. "I,think," he out investigating their past votes and Governor Holt is at Burlington to arrange IVERS & POND PIANO CO., t'SSSSFSS?'
.4 .

, I matters connected with his office of president .. ---
said,"the cause of the whole is summed ACts or their future pledges or promises. L
" up in very few wordsSHRINKAGE!: 01 We have to a very great extent been rep. of the North Carolina railroad, P IU's HKMEDY' KOK ('OATAK1UU. A ItesC is Easiest certain to M for*, f Y5,
Cheapest. flint Is ImnieilMM cute:
CURRENCY. Suppose you had family resented in our legislative bodies, and which he will resign. On his return he Cold) in the lead It has no equal. _
beginning life in a small one-room house. particularly so in Congress, by partisans, will enter in earnest upon the duties of 1It >
As the family increases and new members not statesmen. Had this people been governor. He has for fifteen years been

are added to it unless you add to represented by statesmen no such laws president of the above named road faTS'

the house It becomes crowded and finally would have been placed upon our statute The East Tennessee, Virginia and ,,
t" Rn Olntm..nt flf A small .pplled to tae
very uncomfortably. So it has been books, neither would such conditions be Georgia passenger and freight depot, recently Too large lI08trll. 1'rice,rot. II"4d" "nl'''ltl"t.rnrtlt'lfI or s.nt$Imdl.

with our currency. While the businessof in existence as there are to-day. Thou, built at Athens. Tenn., at a cost of the old-fashioned .. AdUrru. E. T, HAXKLTIHC. Warren._Pa._.. /" '
the country has been growing, the sinds are out of emolQzment. Sin. crime- $3,000, was destryed by fire Monday pill. Too CrcNrSTER'e ENOuM. RtD CROss DtAfIIOff BIAND ,
population increasing, the production misery, destitution and want in every morning. The Athens wool and cotton reckless ,in its way of doing '
increasing, the currency his not only part of this highly favored land, where mills had large shipments in the depot. business too. It cleans T NyRONM IlthS .
failed to increase in volume but it has the natural opportunities are at least as Nothing was saved except the cash you 0 AN.Ne1N.. Tw..tri si .N PiIi Jai

contracted." "In whose favor do you great if not greater than most portions of drawer. Loss, $30,000, with no Incur out, but it uses you up, and i enrW Nab.MM. .r.rwr', T.k.,.D..5.ab..D/.e..d.L 1It/WH A, _e.M.,/Marisa.NM"II. .

think," we asked, .'has this contractionworked this eanh. A statesman is one who your outraged system rises .,...n 1. w.M pa.I..NaMw..t.p M _.,.... ...'."._........,.....-.....<.<'...-.eNrpdw, .Law AtDfWffUwwr k, .,..._.......-.. <,
f"Why ,knows the force and effects of laws, who ance.A up 1eOoe T..II. p./.,.... GNICNE.rtaONwi ..... ,
Richmond dispatchsays: Clothedin it. Dr. Pierce's Pleas. .....1 'W aU J-a l'r.asmM.. r.U.A;,, ..,/1-....
of course he said, in favor of will pass laws in and for the benefit of all the confederate uniform and with the .
the captitalhts who have the money. As and not for a few nor a class. badaes of Lee Camp and the Army of ant Pellets have a better way. ----TU: : : 3KING----- .

currency contracts, the purchasing powerof Socrates said: "That Just in proportion Northern Virginia on his breastGeneral They do just; what is neededno 500.OD ,:
as laws are just and is 440
tho dollar increases. I mean to say equitable John R. Cooke was burled late Saturday
that if our currency were doubled ia volume man's opportunities in life for health, afternoon in Hollywood, where rest the more. Nothing can be I ,

there would be two dol'ars to purchase .' wealth and happiness." remains of A. P. Hill, Pickett, Pcgramand more thorough-nothin is as OP ALL f
cotton, corn and other produce Good laws produce good effects, make other confederate generals. The a
where now there is only one. .It id out of good conditions, make good men and funeral was conducted. by Leo Camp Con mild and gentle. They re the COUGH CURES;

the question to talk about higher prices women, and make it possible for mankindto federate Veterans. smallest, cheapest, the easiestto
for our produce when the amount of better their condition. Bad laws DOCTORACKER'S ;,
money in the country is so small that a produce bad effects, make bad conditionsand Lewis Booker, who was arrested at take. One tiny, sugarcoated y

few capitalist can gather it up 'and fay make it impossible to better their Richmond over, Va.$20,000, on he of charge the of embezzling of granule's a genfle l laxative

to the,world just how much of ,it a certain condiiions. money three
to four
is worth. With Every man has certain, clearly defined Mr. Edward Uanewickel, who was, until are ca. +
article ,
an expanded
Z p
I'! natural two years ago, one of his wards, and thartic. Sick Headache ,
currency this will be impossible." rights; he should know what they which created such'a sensation in social G ss k

"Howwe, ask, "would you propose are, and advocate, and maintain, and defend church and business circles, has been.released Constipation, Indigestion Bilious ENGLISH
them. To" is
to this contraction every .tight there a
remedy I I r
and he should duties and from jail on a bond of $20,000. Attacks, and all derange-
"We have demanded the free coinage duty, know his ,
of silver." I I perform them. one-fourth of this amount being l required ments of the Liver, Stomach REMEDY ,
In[ each of the
"Do you think that will effect a com I Now, reader, have you ascertained cases. md Bowels
plete relief" I I :your rijrhts.'advocated, maintained and An epidemic, caused by poisoning, ..oc : are, promptly re- W. L. DOUGLAS
"No. .It is not complete to do that. defended them Or have you ascertained curred in Chattanooga Monday. Fourteen lieved and permanently cured. BOLD IN .-
If all the silver products won. coined and your duties and performed them Certainly victims have so far been reported, ENGLANDfor 83 SHOE dlrsT&ailisir

put on the country as currency It would not. If we all had, such laws although none have ,proved fatal. The .R'ueele.rte.i.a.d..w.d, w> .NalaMtart

not be sufficient. Beside the amount of would not have been placed'upon our cause was cream puffs bought from a la. 1 He!.. find Ia ,O Mr lull.irm...._Shoe. .4 whtakw \"A 'eelt.hoa.N.lf.4'o w
precious metal produced annually is de. statute books. Nor such conditions confectioner's. The medium is thought "AugustFlower" uall i lo i,rl .nl dur WU./. -
creasing. We also demand the abolition been in existence as now to: be arsenic, which in an unexplainedway AMERICAfor f 4.0 0..r Well. M ttw'...... Bear' tia'pex
1 Sbo prto
as popuUr -
of the National banks! and this I are. In place of sin, crime and misery became mixed with the ingredients a Hk*. Ii ..,..,..u, wa$..
would further so far diminish the rlrcn-. being in existence, peace, plenty and of the shell's puffs. So far nothing pot- 88 cent as bottle. =law COIIITMI.i-Itutuw-sad ..

lating medium as to render the free coin. i happiness would be. the condition of this hive is known, but an investigation is IT TASTES COOP, .1alUl L..I...II....ea1t. .MLNe.a'nW'N ..flee. "..-. 3
II>Ia_iartee. .f._ _
age inadequate." nation. being made -.-- --. 1 0..1..II".. I., ....._ II A_...
"What is your' idea about National Each of you think the monopolies that A big sensation was created in Bruno 2.30\ sad pr.mM.t to b.enw.- ".'1'.-............
banks dominate in your section are the greatest wick Wednesday by the announcement I bad been troubled five months tf Z'swinlalstMk.a..nNNtae1r,4. .-

"They are robbers caves for the storage If you examine csrefufTy' you will find hat T. II. Parsons, principal of the'arsons with Dyspepsia. The doctors told All food. Uadranuwl w_....local sad ManM acxil MOtM* with mpplr i ikoilooi. M

of State goods. A national bank 1,tho same robbing principle runs through Construction Company, which me it was chronic. I had a fullness .rddIN.ttofalopsasIs. ....5 Mnr1Wd .!."... N

buys thousand dollars ,worth of bonds I all of them. had the contract to build DruDlwlck'stJOOOOO 'after eating and a heavy load in the a.-.t' .eedw.. POVU&.4"banbLW. .rooIt. ..._...
for eight hundred dollars 'and receives The national banking system is the : system of sewers, had left '"' .| *..'.''. .. ,r ye/tsd
c interest on them. The government theu daddy and mammy of all of them. It Brunswick, leaving his many creditors in pit of my stomach. I suffered frequently 'r I... ( papvr..ail:
advances them nice hundred dollars on dominates all of them. Other monopolies the lurch. 1 he constables and officers from a Water Brash of clear .1 t v

'" those bonds to be loaned to the people at only dominate a certain thing or articleas were at once put to work making at- matter. Sometimes a deathly Sickness .

a rate of interest amounting to about fifteen the Standard does the oil. The tachments. The workmen who hanbecn at the Stomach would overtakeme. Farmerhis RooferCHEAPER f'

per cent per annum, with the privilege national banks dominate and control all engaged by the company for two Then again I would have the Every own

of compounding every three months. others. In fact, and in short, dominates souths have not been paid.: terrible pains of Wind Colic. At 4bM Sbltgle. Tin or Slate.

The fact is they get about twenty-five production of all kinds. such times I would try to belch and '......S Too INSVBAXCC" Tttt tttr
1>er cent. All the time the people are The land is the source from which a'l
paying interest tin the bomis. The interest I wealth is produced. lAbor. is the meant MEETING IN KANSAS CITY could not. I was working then for Fire,Water and Wind Proof.

paid into national banks wouldrun by which all wealth is produced. Money Thomas McIIenry, Druggist, Cor -STEELRDOFING
a dozen governments like ours in I. b the measure by whkh all wealth is exchanged or the Western States Commercial Irwin and Western Ave., Allegheny ,

luxury" If so, then the logical deduction Congress.The City, Pa., in whose' employ I had : CORRU6ATlDSipira

"What do you think, will give complete is, that amount of money in actual first western states commercial been for seven years. Finally I used u sib

relief ?" circulation in a country regulates the congress convened at noon Tuesday in August Flower and after using just .eQ1w1AM'CALt01U

The direct insurance of money to the price of labor, labor products, and all Kansas City, with, delegations present one bottle for two weeks, was entirely ''SL.., & LNenr
people in sufficient quantities to do the property It being the only means by from twenty-four western ana southern relieved of all the trouble. I
business of the country without the in. which wealth isexchanzed, and the legal states and territories. The delegations :To flu Indian TerrU'fy tel ham ihlpii.d a ,,tf0.d'
can now eat things I dared not touch i good many of oar w tch .. It U a act that
tcrventlon of national banks The value I Deans to pay debts If so, then there is are compo.e!! mainly of business men lb. people out there know a food thins wb.n nra.r larw..d roc tb. / .
'of money is often all based upon the abil- 30 question vital, of so much' import. .ppoin ed by the governors of the various before. I would like to refer you to th., Me It- nd wb.rer on. of our watches Ro'ioSag tapcad'errlN pY5Is
ity of tbe government to pay,and that is tnce to the people of a country u. the states and are representatives of western Mr. McIIenry for whom I worked, got other.It ordere nukn are such a follow.reputation fur ItwU thai ,. .t.1.LU..a.r&NL ariaT.WAM75IDbe
the wealth of the people. So. control of the volume of The who knows all about condition tor. ----- ----
based upon money. and southern people. The convention my la this war be demand fur tbe "fiUrene
why not come at once to the point with power to inflate or contract it is certainly VM called to order by State Senator and from whom I bought the medi Watcb"._ come: from every Part of tbe eoutb nod

out a great circumlocution and enriching a great power to place in the bands oimy teller, of Kansas, and proceeded to tern- cine. live with my wife and familyat and must aeearate t. tbef are watches Ibe strongest in tbe,ilmplmt m..rk.t, and,
thousands of middlemen I Issue the moneyon mn or set of men. The power to x> organization. By motion of Governor ronnlderlna quality, the lowest price. thw tb. II
pcrUbable products and property. when work the to rsry 39 James Allegheny City.Pa. 8", ,,,... W"'''h before bovlug. J. P. Ht.v n.
non say you may power puta Francis, of Missouri Senator Kelley Signed JOHN D. Cox. e Bra,47 WbiUbaU 8C,AtluiU, 0. ttand
the valueof
Their value is just as stable u price on your labor, or the products of vas chosen tempoary chairman. In ,along 'or -
gold Tbe volume of the cjrrency your labor, your farm, your grain, horses, speech of acceptance: he explained G. G. GREEN Sole Manufacturer, '
will then be adequate to to needs of busi sheep, hogs and cattle. This the New U S. A. I
power ,
the object of the congress to-be the conideruion ___ _Woodbury! Jersey, -VASELINE- pJuNTatsOWauAoDlrfoN
will take new life. national banks have the
ness. Everything on power to controlthe -
of various
of A
questions peculiar i'
New industries will spring up, a greater volume of money to contract or In. interest to ttle Tt ettsDd outh. Mr, Kelley KINO cofforyytmr 111] / &,.AItT 0'9IJ. J

revolution than the country has ever witnessed late as their interest my dictate.As aid alt the blame. of ab'1icu'tural denres. ..a wt ut- "
before will take place. Capitalists they are organized, it is your duty ion. a too small calculating medium.. BI1 or sell Cottm "JONES$605.T01 FOR A d.v .Wi a M BII..u..... Is.., Ps.'...1. i7348.P EBS
,will then be ready to unload their bands to organize; and you have done so. Will upon lLUalta4J IlMaU., ....-.... ..-; sets'Os. I .
The relief he suggested was the free Cotton Scale. ., .. wilt .r.. .
,... t 'Uhvr w Mav *
'a/J1 karat
tbe country What, encouragement sustain this .
and develop BOW organization If so Ai. piwNTr
you of silver and the TrsU.a se MaOw wiili aprset15. Mt c
x.insge raising t-f silver _bore.01 pea I
is there to- laved mltlle y in productive must be faithful and steadfast to the BUT BUT ....... 11"
when the prod. JOB sod money to the standard of gold.: Letters tmna add_ Wed,....... wiT"- .. uOr ."
now ,
enterprises '" of regret were read w ho had : 07 :EIIIonlTo3 1.....of .- o'W.,, W" SEEDS.
'\Jt"U bring BotbiagT. been given special $Invitation to attend N. v. 4r..-.01 r.rar e..p .aw.r..... sr' ...
The follow iujr I*a quotation from an the congress. Among the letters wu one -- .c sr WaIOI'I'--' .jr w.....tbe.......... Nw.w, ..............0.-
The JLUianct Tallahassee, Fla.) says; .... .. S.awAt Mold ssd.lar br a N
Interview with 'Now o sad r
Jerry bimptoa ini '
: from President Iiarrison.From ... e..... rcl. ",1Jc_ ..,t"I .... elY' IM p. )N at M
are begin. 01--1:
The _
prof-sfctonal( politician the i south tbe demccrats declare the r Dr tS, ... ... fr.t.wrl '"?""!. ____, .,- :: 'a 7:.f.tT:1"-o- .
dante to the Alliance music.' Orkr. b dI ra KF. : ( .__Mrw.rl.e/.a I /raw, .. ,
nioz to op ..
Farmers' Alliance is in with the : nrelraMMA.rsJY 0.0..... .
republicans Secretary Bosk., ;..l.Aca.s4r.rrrJ.r.l. : laver r d ToIa--a4uw ffm
have been drivenfrom their nppotttion s Claraarl4 .ssa .. : :: : UN. tW Mi..U S*
They : ; ned in the north the republicans ....1eoI sl.a M 01"r-- W.,...t"iwZ Ira.I.b.IA O .w..... .
___ < .rJ.II.AIeu1Lsiif.r WOM.
of silver
the .
aggressiveness to the free of coinage the Allisrace. by.This i* declare we are nothing but 'democrats. Secretary Itosk, of the agricultural de- t..rtatrow..1tanL.rl.r. ilia, ....r f1. Mrs to...Ioe.blt. .t "....h....1&101. t:... 4-4 IN&. INoo .. ..' MMMtM.---..-, -1Z....--o..

an important point scored for the farmer. And between the two we go ahead, gather p! ..rtment, hu issued the following .w..kul.dakn....... wear OC sir ,I

Now let the war be pushed coward. itreDgth,.and in 1892! both parties will seewhat '' "Notice is hereby given that the rrgula M ..1: ;" .. EPILETSYorFITSas& E .1.HUNTLEY'S_ w.,fJ31r .u......._FO,N III 51*
and whether .IW
With one out poet captured the next will we are we can paddle lions made February 6th, 1801, for the I titles /our.NN rdtt,
be easier ia .ur advance upoa the ta4el. our own canoe. transportation of cattle front the area des- _LOISETTE'S.NEW- : .r.,.*5JLiri ,v&yi&S r .... .. ..1M s...Y/,....r51ee..91..M ,...

' money power "'. a r. t' General Spinola Dead. ignnted by said regulations; u infected, PROF.. r.p .upra.y ._, .. M.1.. a. 4KHEESp'"rriViLTaazD".- ,..V MM/. kaMMt. ...._..soa51 $4, baM.rwty..
1 Withtbe contagious disease known MEMORY BOOKS. s.54 ii i l i >... .I MEIUW a ..J ar rswtN .r:
'Je e coiDaga of silver will furnish wore _* ..f u i Ids .: sew. b 51
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but'jt UoeVnot oioish a 4 splenetic fever, apply to the movement Ctalelrel.__era M.M eya.rashat JIoo 1 HI*t:_U to.It. at_fH.
Rn :eyr wsj-ol general Frond c..utdy.ud04 BAGGY ., '
B. Pplnola, member oteongJ'ell APrit 1.4. I'IIU TabMIo .t >>t :; -p\6W i..s... 5 sWr.Mrl
means of getting it into the hands of the from New York died of cattle from said area north, for lame q wbo.w4.Ia ..... dlaeuda ..b.paAL. .1.1.....MN.M .a0. L. flU .
.iU tha. wrnmeat unto of city Mop diate slaughter. The transportation ot .Prow."' .l'\M! YtiLS vi w I+k Usa Wetaa.arhw : .' dauN == ..is5.51 s.PATENTSaa... .
people, g t=
pot. ia '
treuory note;iiT'douWe" the'amonnteofthe 17 rf several night weeks.Washington, after. an illness cattle from said .ar. for feeding or for : pef,t..1trttir1hlt .....11_Tart. eb.. ... lr.-S5 w waar.w.. psol .a.*..S..1..
present circulating msdiacn meet the uy other purposes except Immediate It 'I ai!

exigency, if the people cannot get hold Too should subeerfbe for this paper daughter is prohibited by the act of roc.Er. tolIa H..I_".""' 'I,, RrrEE CaauIAUFe."dnlow: ..aa4 aB ..4.H. mlM.
of iL tone are so stuoid a* to suoooso. tad tee whit b going OA lath* world. ... of JIll I tb", 18M." G TJY.HLL. I....K..p... ,...,14_>>o: : M. OKA ".V* tlWI..IBtd.Y.LCJq./ .H.O. ... .,. .... .. .... ....., &'-. 11.


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IMscrlptlon. of the Indian, lUrer ,and west being pitch-pine plains of arable .: CO NEGLIGEE SHIRTS

from a Maine Journal.We pineapple lands. This section has! 3 Q z
Country w
: H Psr
been shut out from public occupancy b11 .... s: ,
I Spanish grants, till recently. It Is now It. IJQ. p* o .t'd. : l'T1 AND"VVDSI'DSOa.

the of open to private Improvement. The orange r"IE .. _
clip following description a tlse \
the Indian River country from the Bath ana banana are perennial, and also II O': & \ J : TtES: ,
Maine Mrpnvlrnt. The writer Is one the pine in San Lucie plains The Sisal > kiI "'

of the numerous claimant to the "flan. hemp thrives and sugar cane tassels : P 5* !:; --3. Are the Proper Thing for Gentlemen to Wear this Weather .
son Grant" at'the mouth of the Saint Lu- The pine fields are rapidly being taken o L. ; I U1 ::3 H Myd0tI1o0 C
ole river and of course, from hi* standpoints up by northern hands. Hgf ''gP'&Pa
there Is no place In Florida that A colony of north-men from Europe, <:; .. WE HAVE THEl\1
twenty miles on the Indian River above>
can compare with his particular location. :I 4 o S H9r yH .
_"The bent spot In Florida" haa been the Point, have flourishing orchards of en 1 t t'g
at different and widely oranges, pines and bananas,, called Jen co_ j
located BO many .
cepantepnrtinns of the state we have sen. A community of German, a dozen I C/D' [ I;; Also, Black Satin Suspenders
About come to the conclusion every foot miles up the San Lucle, sent an Invoice j fall "'I Pili CO ,,
of land on the peninsular Is I perfection.At from their pine-fields January to Philadelphia P M ati ,. S 0 White Satin Lining at One Dollar.
the Indian River Hotel, Tltusvllle.we ; Englishmen, Scotch and r ery ,
lodged for the night and were lulledwith Irish are up that river at work .in the H <5 gTI to r

the song of two mosquitoes; foand same line of agricultural industry.A EIt C 1I: i S; Ro : 2 t The Finest Thing Out. |
Scotch mill miles above L
a Massachusetts man In charge with tidy man, eight n rto ., :
Si i
entertainment but meagre fare of told me he wanted to sell his mills because 2. o
fried trout and potatoes. Neither horse, his pineapple fields paid him better &. & Osd C mool
dray or coach appeared to aid the travel returning a net of $400 to the acre, 0 rto f'2 o >- M ern7A tn:: CLOTHING OF ALL KINDS SHOES A SPECIALTY.
er In locomotion and transport of lug. and once planted reproducing crops for J; ::s. :; Z -e:
gage. The patient obsequious darkey three years. A. M. Webster from Bangor 2 J: 5 'I' y I'q t:3'
5SI I l J. P. TURNER & COlGroceries
the bar has banana ; ,.
erred such necessities of travel in this near opened a ,
City of sands and shallows. At S a. ra. field of an acre or two, cutting! out a hollow : S' CIQ'. == !Hi st
the Indian River steamers called for embarkation square In a cabbage palmetto ham- VIO: P | ST1Z >CD'M' F3 c::> tT1tag "c'"":
:t tI
most comfortable southbound Quarters and In all neat aboard staterooms -, December mock and and his January.The fruits were. maturing in a 'p' p=:- H : E.:: L. :ee :C-S-,

spacious saloon and good service largest trout I ever saw abound, 1: f & ,fg.. = =
ate f und. and shoals of mullet. Fishing for trout 2 D-. fi) .rn g .sn ::s. = Grain Garden Seed Fertilizer.
These Indian River steamers are of is done by hooking live young, mullet, E'I CD = C < Et'I1"c- J Hay ,
the MIHlMHlppl River style, high deck and throwing it broad cast from the 0") .a., .
saloons, shallow draft, big smoke stacks pier where In its death struggles to be 1 (M .. M C) '. tIj: ::t I call the Attention of the People of Indf!it Rlvfcr to my Stock; of
free the big trout is attracted to bite the M c' =a
and immense stern-wheels and being M ap & OroeeriQS Fruit
e > Staple: Fancy ,
mall-carriers, they ply these waters in fatal hook, and hauled ashore. Other B .
dgzag routes, touching postofflce stations big fish are hooked by trailing and some g. !idPBREYARD << And Food. ProductsOf
from shore to shore, and the service times speared. Sharks and alligators (A All Kinds. Also My Stock of,
down on the lower waters, San Lu. abound In the waters and wild turkeys, I
cia Sound and through Jupiter Narrows, bear and deer on shore in their season. Grain Hay Bran Cotton Seed Meal
Li by night guided In the channel by In the creek opposite Point Manateethe ,
fishermen linger with nets and Ground Food anal Wheat.
light posts dotting the channel'lines, gun
with glowing red burners. Hamlets to catch the sea-cows as they feed along COUNTY JAMES HOLMES, President. I am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively in the above line of
80W enliven the green primeval forest shore. Three were taken a few weeks A. TAYLOR Secretary. Goods. I buy clone, and will sell close. I Invite your correspondence and solicit |
chores of this waterway one hundred two alive and one dead. The white ALBERT your patronage. Very truly
and thirty miles long by from two to five flesh has a taste of pig's meat and the 33- x... BRbDY.:
broad with humanity, in search of red like tender veal. Conveyance direct STATE. BANK INDIAN RIVER
health or mild, salubrious homes from New York to this region is open. ...
The banks of Indian River are generally I For lung troubles catarrhal and rheumatic GEORGE M. ROBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM,

nopse-wood, of cabbage palm pine and affections and the malignant tendencies Attorney-at-Law. Attorney-at-Law.
cactus-uncleared became used"s a of La Grippe, this Is a land of effectual COCOA, FLORIDA REAL ESTATE
screen against the fierce east finds relief.
which whip the orange and banana to The fruit of the pineapple Is said to Incorporated 1880.CAPITAL .
death, destroying the fruit. -/The largest have exceptional sanitary virtues In the Robbins & Graham

,and most thrlftful orange orchards, acres element of pepsin, Indigenous to Its existence : EXCHANGE
and acres in extent, we found along and of such remarkable strength Paid Up, $2 .OOO. ,
Rockledge bluffs based on coquina rock that the juice of a single pine will digest Authorized $100,000.
at the shore. ten pounds of beef; and also that its 1
Fine oysters big trout, mullet, pompano Juice Is a very active solvent of the I COCOA Indian River FLA. Real 'Estate Dealers.
membrane found in The ,
with channel bass abound, and ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.
were served at table. Good beef Is hardto banana sliced, fried and sprinkled with
get but canned food Is the staple of sugar makes a delicious breakfast relish. Money to Loan at Lowest Rates. .
Property of All Kinds Bought Sold and .
table fan outside of the orange. The offsets of a home in this fruit- ,
The climate Is the great charm of travel bearing, health-growing region we reserve DIRECTORS: Exchanged. Members ef Brevard Abstract of Title Company..
In this region. Within an hour of for future relation. O. S. HARDKE: President.

Tltnsville, the heavy, hot, depressing, R. K. SEWALL,' JAMES HOLMES, Vlce-Preoldent. 1 All will be Titusville Brevard Co. Florida.. *
I. Inquiries promptlyand
suffocating atmosphere of the interior of ,
R. B. HOLMES, Cashier. .. reliably answered. Fire Insurance
Florida suddenly changes to soft exhilarating
and cool refreshing Inhalations, LaGrange.Mr. ALBERT A. TAYLOR, J. M. SANDERS, written in standard companies at lowest P. O. Box, 250. '

which the lungs expand, to draw in with J. F. WOOTKX.: rates. We Buy and Sell All Kinds of Heal Estate, and are Sole Agents fon]

grateful sensation. It was :3 p. m. when .' and Mrs. E. L. Brady were. out large list of carefully-selected Properties In all parts of Brevard county., I
,the whistles sounded for San Lucie landing RELIABLE Information furnished as to character location and value of, any Pro.]
at Sewall's Point, starting to wing visiting their mother Sunday. perty on Indian River. '1
'acres and acres of sleeping duck whirring Mr. Arthur Feaster of Tltusvllle was The, Clyde Steamship Co. i Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are unequalled I

splashing and driving sway, a welcome guest at his uncles Sunday Iud every effort will be made to give perfect satisfaction to Intending Purchaser j
before the lights of the rushing steamer who may favor us with their patronage.
and we rested on shore, while the St. Sebastian afternoon No Properties listed unless the Title Is Perfect
turned toward Jupiter 'below. Mrs. C. M. Feaster'who haa been on a I Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring large bodies ,of tow--

'The river scene and surroundings were visit to her daughter Mrs. Curen, returned Priced Lands. .
enchanting, sea and shore burnished Write for Descriptive Catalogue.
with tinted rays of a sunrise and indlsflrlbabljr home Sunday.
grand and novel. The ducks Mr. and Mrs. Johnson boarded the

bad grouped. In shoals on their feeding train Thursday and made a flying visit EDw1S.: D STILI1VG.
grounds. Fish were leaping In the sunlight
and the hum of new life, stirred to our county seat.

the evergreen prospective with a marked Mr. Sherman Singleton, of Tltusvllle Cocoa, 'Indian ,River, Florida;,
absence of In the
blra-song. across ,
was out for short time
a Tuesday Dealer in
the sound three miles away over Gil
bert's bar, the broad ocean stretched|be- on a visit to his mother.Mr. PAINTS HARDWARE STOVES TINWARE &: AGATEWARE ]

'ondsght, the pathway of big Ihlpsioutllwardooundc:1ear .. and Mrs. Geiger' and Miss May ,

to the naked eye.In were most welcome guests of Mr. and PLUMBERS' & MILL' SUPPLIES, OILS, GLASS & PUTTY; TABLE

bounded front the' southward horizon whose Mangrove channel Islands fretted Mrs. Johnson Sunday.Our Sew York, Charleston and Florida Lines.The A POCKET CUTLERY, BARBED WIRE, WIRE NETTING,

the out going tides of Jupiter Nar hunters returned Friday evening, & WIRE CLOTH.

rows. Northward and west the broad but with little magnificent Steamships of this Line T3OOH.S SASH TtTi'l NJUS: :JbJJtLXGJtiL:
reaches and pitch-pine plains of the deep very game; hope they are appointed ,

and wide San Lucia shut off vision. will have better luck next time. to sail as follows : I Lime & Cement, Shingles Lath.

Underfoot and around the rock-bound Miss Nettle May Gifford opened school (fAXDAED'J1J1&) Guns Ammunition and Fishing Tackle of all kinds. Ship Chandlery Goods,.Guz
bluffs of the Peninsula of Sewall' Pointla Monday at Courtney. We congratulatethem from New York From Jaek.oo..De. Doors, Cook Stores and Ranges,Gasoline Stores, Coffins and Casketei
gorgeous green and gold of satin- (Pier W,B.IL) STEAMER Florida.
ARTESIAN WELL PIPE: : a Lawn Mowers Ice
oak on having secured so efficient a ....... .. Specialty. ,
wood, palmetto and rubber forest Friday, Mar.97th t3 r. .A.LGONQUDit..ThDndal. Apr. Sd at 10,30 A. ,
trees dazed the teacher. toiulay, Mar.30th,at> P. .....: ...... .HuniUy, Apr. 5th, at 130 F. M. Cream Freezers; Brick, Lime, Cement and
eye.All ...... *'........ 4
Wednesday, Apr. Ut t3r. -YKMAfWKK .Tuesday, Apr. 7th. at t.3D P. M. Chimney Pipe; Flan Bunting
was strange and primetlve with Messrs. Lout K. Myers and Richard Friday Apr. 101. atir.onday .......8KMlM>U ,(l..........Thur day, Apr. 11th, at 4JO r. M. Table and Pocket Cutlery; Mouldings, Scroll Work, etc.,.eta..
;povel tropical surroundings out of reach. ( Apr. I r. ......"1ROQUOIB".Sunday. Apr. 12th, at 1M A. x.Wednesday .
The peninsula separating the Indian, Rocker will leave In a few days for a Apr 8Ui, t3r. ........A.t..OONQUL..Tutlllda,., .Apr. 14th, at 140 A. .. Catalogues, sample cards and size Bats sent free application. Gorresp nd iM*|
Friday Apr 10th M 3 r. ......"CHKBOKKaV1"YKMASSKK: ........Thandajr Apr. 16th, at 1000 A. x. solicited and estimates furnished promptly.
and San Lucle waters Is a rockbound short visit to friends In Georgia. We Monday Apr. 13th ate r.....,. /'........Sunday, Apr. 19th, at 1.30 r. ..
elevated ridge with bluff frontage on wish them a pleasant trip. Wednesday .15th,at a.. ......"8EMLNOLK1, ........Tuesday, Apr. Slit, at 3JO r. u.
Friday Apr.17th,at S r. x."IROQUU'Thueday, Apr. 23d, at 4.00 A. x.
,San Lucie shores L. N. 27 deg. 16 mln. .' r. ...... ,. Apr. !SBth, at 6.00 .
Monday Apr. A. x
It Is crowned with tall grawn palmettos Mr. Sorirageour Tltusville's popular Wednesday,'.Id. ate P. ...,...AUNQu..t..8unda.......Tueailay Apr. 28th, at "7 00 A. M.
with tufted tops of palm leaves, naked postmaster, and his wife are seen out Friday Apr.24th,at 1 P. x...."YKMA8SKK,4'BKMIXOLK .......Thursday, Apr. 90th, at 100 A. MMay. J. S. Watson Co.Conunission
branchless stems like the masts of a Monday Apr.ttth,at 3 P. .....- /'........Sunday. 3d. at lijOOnoon i
ship. riding quite often. They sometimes Wednesday Apr.awa.attr.Mow. x."UWQUUIS.Tueeday, May. 6th, at tM p. M.' ..

The airs and winds are soft and balmy stop and visit their friends Mr. and Mrs. .

except the northwest refreshing grateful Johnson.
to the lungs with wonderful healing Muter Jake Feaster and his sister St. Johns River Line.

properties and purifying effect, exciting Miss Sallie left for their home near MIo-
to out door activity, and stimulating to anopy on Wednesday morning's train. For Sanford Enterprise and Intermediate Points on ANDIFORWARDM
vital! forces. Even In mid winter northers -
have been school here
They attending
would shame an Indian frostiest for terms. the St. JohnsRlver.
summer day. No fronts, no fogs linger several MERCHANTS '
here nearer than fifty miles above. The A good crowd of boys, big and little The elegant Iron Bids-wheel Steamers r !
moon flower and pineapple air plant, I met at the store Wednesday evening andhad "CITY OF: JACKSONVILLE,"
found blooming in December and Jan a match game of top spinning. So Cat. W. A. SHAW
I d.weltIn this from claimed the' victory that we can ,
uary. balmy region many Dealers in Fertilizers
November to the first weeks of January; hardly give any names "FRED'K DE BABY,

and the climatic effects in my experience A good many children met 'at Mr. Capt. T. W. LUND, Jr., ,
were remarkable.A Feastere Saturday evening and had Are appointed to sail from JackaooTillo dally except Saturday, at Lao p. m., and from Sanford, P. Henderson & Oo' Garden Seeds,
convalescent from an early attackof daily except .a&to a.m.8OUTHBOtn."D.
quite a frolic. They enjoyed the large
La tendencies Grippe devitalized by IU malignant room up stairs and say it la a nice placeto ,8CHEDULJI:. NOBTHBOUITD. '
my physical power experienced play or dance. Head Down. Itead Up. Orange Doges (Crates & paper.CEMENT
an immediate change. All Lea,.. 3JO p. x............................JackaonvOto.....Arrir* 1145 p. .. .
............. ................... .......
rheumatic pains departed from Joint and There was a large crowd of young 8.09 p. ; Palaika .....................Lea** T.oo r. x.
limbs catarrhal all people at the sociable at Mr. Charlie a 1 JO A. ...............;.................Astor.............................. .. tJII P. ..
affections given .
disappear 1.45 A. x..A......_..........St.FrancllBereaford ............... ......... 11.45 p. PLASTER HAIR. LIMI
ed., Bronchial tendencies McCrory's Monday evening and as I.. ... x......... ............... ...... ......n.............. a 11.45 A. x x' AGENTS FOR OCALA
lungs were relieved and genera usual one enjoyed themselves and SJOSA.MArrinaM ...........t.. ............Bins Sprlagi...... .................... .. U.oo A. '
every x for tie ,
till A. .......... .................. SanlordEnterpriM.............................. a %.00 A.n* Agents C. F T. REFRIGERATOR CABS.
It will before
followed condition not belong pleasant
normal hope so
peration a S.UA. M............................. ........................... a $JO A. .'
was established. Throat aliments are a host and hostess will give another wm F nlali Car.When Dse ed. u4 M.that tfey M''ymvwij IAAPXD.: ICEDE
General Passenger and Ticket Office, 88 W. Bay St. Jacksonville:
quickly relieved. entertainment. K>>..aad
TKACKD: I.Dwtla.ilii..
The water' Is and The ,.M Florida Pas.engerAs "IS Weat Bay...,JaciaoBTllta,FU.
pure J.O.,on wharf.toot HAs Stress,Jackaonrtlle,Fla.AKP We will Buy all kinds of Fruits in I fat
Vegetables Furs and
airs are exhilarating and free of malaria; Market Review. JOHN L. HOW ,Florida Freight Agent,fool Laura Street,JaekaooTilte..,.. ;
and so far as I have experienced, north J.A.L1I li.HuwrtaWndoBt.foot Laura gtnet,Jac.w.I1a.'l'RlCo. we will Buy and Sell anything offered to us. :
By G. 5. Palmer New York. .U. Traffla Manager.Bowling Qnon New York.:
era winds are become shorn of gentle asperities fanning, and soft the and east MABAHALI.KOKB.H.CLTUK......Trafflfl Manager.S Bowling 0......New York. Correspondence solicited on any wants you may have.

reviving. a Dune's whisper. This Is The market continues firm on fine WM. P. CLYDE & CO., GenM) Agents., Beepectfully, J. S. WATSON *

toot surprising. The elevation of the selection of oranges, but Inferior grades a. 8.ath......,rMla......l.. a BowUac 0.....How Tork
peninsula ridges overlooking the aea work out alowq.Fane, /Mite Hirer .
are swept by trade winds-there called selling S&50 to 5.00: ; choice bright, T. Tn "Yi1 TON,
the "doctor"-which the flow of the tepid 178s and 800a, $3.00 to .a. O. 150s&M .
waters of the Gulf stream Impreg- to 92,75, ISfia and USa $Lb0 to $2.25 C. J. HECTOR, INDIAN RIVER HOTEL DISTILLER
-natei with medicinal virtue, tempered fancy russets $2.73 to $3.00: ; mixedcounts ,
%ith airs of the vast pure fresh water $2.25 to 11'r$. Grape fruit, Dealer In GeneralMelboume PURE
environment back combine to create fancy $2.00 to $3.00. Strawberries Inliberal "
f'climatic condition of unusual equabllV supply, bat quality; mostly poor; :DJJer: han 1 !9 o TITUSVILLE so tXEL 1\Jr ASH "V''FiSV..
ly.aoftnew and salubrity.; strictly fancy bringing 20 to 25 eLL, poor
The airs are healing and corrective ofdecay. to good 8 to 18 eta Pineapple*, extras, *Fla. Indian River Fla.i Dislillwj & Warehouse : LYNCHBURG TENN
The sea breeze tempera and SO eLL, smaller sizes 18 eta. ,
cools the summer heat, and the exhalalattoai Green peas scarce and wanted, choice I. M. MABBETTE, PBOPB.
of the Golf Stream with the selling $2.00 to $3.00; string bean also T. J. Eaton & Co.. Agents TltuavlUd Fla.
evaporation of fresh Inland.... Lake la demalld.Ml11u $2.00 to $3.00 per Hats, Shoes; Clothing,DI1 Goods -
, India with the .aeapltch at crate; tomatoes, ripe $2.00 to UOper
-plae plains of environing forests, bushel crate; cabbage heavy supply, lad An-heeL Splendid Good This U Uo moat'central Hotel In
often winter airs, and clip the ordinary market weak ancIlO..r. selling 75 cent LEAD toW'ltoau4
Horida northers of their keen asperities to $1.00; squash, weak 75 date to$L25; OILS PAINTS, HAKDWAKB U only four mluuUs walk frees the ADVERTISE in this

The entire atmosphere environment U en plant$,".00 to t1. O; new potatoes, DRUGS CROCEBTES: CfRALX: Railway and close to Paper
regnant with healing plney prime. $ .00 to $'I.& new seconds $'.00 Of aU kinds sad U tack a tall Line of Depot Steamboat
it I mt aUuaioB of the baa Lu Sao a i to $3.00. tm'JWl1. CaU and examines 11I' Landing*. is
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