East Coast advocate

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East Coast advocate
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Titusville Fla
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May 1, 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.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).

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I Vol. Q. TITUSVILLE, Indian River. FLAt* FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1891. TO.12.:

1 Melbourne. LOCAL NEWS. -Another marriage will take In town,l Whpn you visit C11o(01lltop at; the -Mr. C. J. Schoonmaker, of Cocoa, -Mr. and Mrs. T. J:. Richards, of ;

his; (Friday) evening. PecatHoUMiairs., .,' e, was in town: Tuesday.Mr. Eden, are In town to-day. }ci'
Mr. and Mrs E. C. Thomas are again
occupying their cottage on the creek. Money I Money It 1 !toneyll I I to .- U. R. Olmstcad, of Eau Gallie,. and Mrs Alfred C. Kemper, of -Mr. John Henry,of Melbourne 1a ;t

80detT and General Gmwlp la eoitneetlMt loan on real estate.. Apply to Robbins A wa In town Tuesday. ChicAgO, were In town Wednesday.Dr. town today
Jas. Woodruff and left Friday
family on with Indian River and Lake Worth Graham, Titusville, Fla. .. Indian River Steamboat Co.'s new W. II. Price, of Philadelphia, -Mr. Philip Dwyer's $33,000: colt ,
for their summer home at Salem, O. don.during put wHI& Brief .fIntervMlitg ?
"And the rains descended and the KvenUi About People To* -Mr. Geo. Stuart; Smith, of Barton, schedule-will be found on page 4. was a visitor to town Wednesday eve- Bolero! is said to WUnae.Mr. SF

winds blew" applied well to the weather Know, and People Ton Don't, Know returned from Kfe trip down the riveron -AH thane who have not; paid their ning. -? .and Mrs J. T. Storey *.* .

t of Monday. Picked up by our SoHrtjr Editor. Sunday.: town tAxes, Mill\ find their name& on -Mr. J. W. Huntington, who has daughter, of Albany, N. Y., were Ja

Sunday was a lovely day-bright and -The corner! sidewalk In front of Mr.J. page 4., been In town week or so, left for lice town Wednesday.Mrs. .

breesey; Monday the very flood gates rr Advertlsemeats under this heading W. Rodent' store Is finished. It Is a MtS. II. Ray and Mr. J, D. Oiabb place at Aurantta on Tuesday. DeUoner ha been Improving.

seemed to be opened wide. are ten cents per line per week. boon to pedestrians-joining, a* it does, have been putting neat fences around Sergeant Lanouette is now fully Installed her property near the railway station, s

Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Thurston and Mr. -Get the ADVOCATE at Dr. Screven's. hat of Mr. Budge's. their irtUlomcs.Senator tn his new position as head of well as putting a neat fence around !bar

and Mrs. M. W. H. Thurston are located Five Cents per copy. -Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ballaadne and G. S. Hanlee returned from the Signal Service on Indian River, and residence south of the Indian iUnr ir,

d for the summer at Idlewlld cottage. Episcopal Church. Service, morningand their charming daughter, MU* Helen, Tallahassee Monday evening, on hta way he seems to like It here. State Hank. '",$.,
it Silas Izant of Cleavland Ohio has to hW home at Rocklodge. The Senator Father O'Boyle ha been aufferlag'for '<
whose winter residence 1 114 at Sharpen, ,
evening, on Sundaf.Superintendcnt jy By subscribing $1.60 per annum ; ,
sold his homestead In Eau Gallie town have boot spending a few days at the state* that he did not see the petition the post two weeks with a trouble t* r '
for the ADVOCATE It will\ only cost I
W. B. Watson you ,
Powell of was forwarded his constituents. his tight eye. His many friends win Jb*>
ship to Mr. W. H. Chicago.Mr. Alcazar, St.. Augustine, on their way by "
Three Cents AT Wire Included j
In town and Postage .
Wednesday we were pleasedto
'Xr. him around again at aw
Branch is adding Improvements to north. S. F. Thomas,.Dr. Dodson'asonalorbaw pleanwlto see .
to of the United States.
his place, setting Bermuda grass for >,greet him. has brought his family from: Vo- any part distant; date, with his eye as bright** :.

lawn and putting window blinds on his -Mr. and Mr*. Geo. B. Ktimph and -Mr. C. O. Curtis, ol Naugatuck, hwla county, and. expects to at; once occupy -We regret to learn that Mr. 8. M. yore. ; I

house. their daughter, Miss Ethel, went on. a Conn., who has been on Indian River his new house on North Beaoh. Lorimler-follow'Ing In the footsteps of -1\11" Sue Buoknor, sister of Dr. H. ;>:.

Mr. and Mrs. John Goode went down trip to New Smyrna on Tuesday. during the winter,.jleft here on Saturday. -Three yachts are expected at cocoa: 'Supt W. D. Watson, has severed his Wills', wife who has been In ConclnnaH 'ijJ
for his home at the above lie I connection with the Indian River Steam
place. :
Art School for past eightmonths
to Sebastian on Monday's boat, having -Mr. W. II. Gregg, of St. Louis, who trom Port Orange on May Day, to. enter attending
poets to return to Eau Gallia next w'In- boat Co. Tltusville\ the 15&. .
p arrived In on
received news of the illness of their son- has been pleasuring down the river, returned the race. We understand one of them la .
in-law, Mr. T. U. Knight. homewards Monday.Mrs. ter. the Alpha.Mr. -Miss Emily Rowland, of Sherwood ult., and will\ make It her future Itom 'f"

There is but very little excitementover -' Altree and daughter, Mrs. -Mr. J. O. Walton's schooner yacht, Pierre Havens and wife of Jack. N. Y., and Miss Mary F. Eastman, of I She expects to take a clan In art, art
the and Picnic Cygnus, which has been undergoing repairs Hawksburg, Mass., were guest of the will\ commence the school Monday, Stay
regatta, May Day Mudge, three children and nurse, sonvllle were In town yesterday on his
here. A few boats, we hear, intend to arrived Tuesday, preferring our river air on McFaddcn's ways, at Eau Gallie, down, to Lake Worth for the Indian River hotel, Sunday, having returned 11th. Tills wilt be an excellent opportunity 1 i
nailed to Tltusville\ this week In way purpose from to Lake for our folks In town nn4 .
up command a pleasant trip young ;J
to look and two
go up on, one or may to.that of the north. of taking views; of the most picturesquf -
enter. of Captain M. McFaddcn, assisted Worth and other places. They left for nelgoborhod. Ii
-Mr. J. M. Minor, of Turkey Creek'grove In that section
I by Capt. Starek, of Malabar. scenery home Monday.Miss and R
Fishing Is good now, but everyone -Mr., and Mrs. Jno. AsplnwaQ
THlman\ has been
spending a :'Tax-a Hall states that; the
": sessor
seems tired of It.: The boys are catchIng couple of days In town this week. He -The steamer Sweeney has been taken tax books will be at his place at Marie T. Chambers, of El Dora little daughter;Miss A. E. Shearer.-Idle '1)

turtle with set lines. They are very returned home Monday.The off the run between here and New Smyr open After Is an adept on the banjo. The pieces In A. Nicholson and Messrs. A. R. and H. yr
Sharpe until the 20th ol May.
fat, and when properly cooked are very na, an that date l land which the taxes have
1st draw for the watch will be on
good eating. Capt. R. P. Paddison, Capt. Caiwldey swing It back and forth, change hands up from Eau Gallie, Wednesday evening
3 Fred<< C. Prange was up from his place May Oth. Your dollar must be paid before and Purser Geo. F. Paddison\ who have not been paid will be advertised for sale. and passes It around her while continue In the steamer Kathleen. Mr. and Ma*.

> near Grant's Farm. Ho received for his that date. A few shares left applyat made many friends on the up-river. The -Stp; at the TltusvUle Meat Market, ing to play In accurate time Is a rare exhibition : :- Asplnwall and daughter left for B..,.- i"

first 100 crates of snap-beans$275: which Altree's Supply Store. 1* Sweeney will, probably, go to Jackson on Washington Avenue, when you come of dextrous performance,-New town N..Y.,.and Mis Shearer left 'foe'

was rather better than 30 cents, as we -Mr. J. C. Hester, of Ra'elgh, N. C., ville to be thoroughly overhauled1. to town. Fresh eggs, chickens, vegetables Smyrna Breeze the same State Thursday. TheIr many

w have seen hundreds of bushels sold for has been in town a few days this week. beef, pork sausages, Tennesee but -Mrs. B. B. Pope and )(n. F. M. friends on Indian River were sorry**
north. I' He is on his way down the river to look I ter, eto. E. J. Davis, manager. -t.f. of Jacksonville who have see them depart M> early for their northern
Ironmonger, ,
home but will again be glad to aval-
" Mrs H. N. Clark leaves this week for for a suitable location and to attend -to I -'Mr: : Llchty, of the Signal Service been spending a few days with Mrs. S.. come them, back to Eau Gallie next wear

Chicago, and Master Carl Clark and Miss other commissions the same time. Warranty, Mortgage, Satisfaction and office, went down to Cocoa on Monday M. Lorimler, returned home Saturday' ter. The rest of the party returned t.

Mabel Elles. Their health has greatly -For Sale, cat-rigged, round bottom, Quit-Claim Deeds, Leases, ete., for Sale to endeavor to discover a defect In the morning. They attended the entertainment Eau Gallie, Thursday.The ,

Improved, and they return with a high centre-board sail boat; fifteen feet long, at the ADVOCATE: office.. One, 10c.; line between here and the above place.A and also the dance at; Masonic Hall Atlanta Journal Oaka ol tn*' "
opinion'of Florida In and Indian half beam decked for. fallen pole the cause of the trou senatorial fight In Florida In the loll**.
general, five and a feet ; pas while In tojwn. In consequence of :Mr. .
three, 250.4! dOte y 60c.J hunUred,,fS,., v- IDIII8..ble Jugu.,.. "When.,*a.-
River and Melbourne In particular. ward and aft; good sized cockpit; tight Wedding CX CantsWe ble. Ironmongor'*.m....., Mr. Ironmonger dldate for a Democratic nomination ct

Clearing is progressing rapidly.on ,the lining, perfectly dry, and In good repair; be -Lord Randolph Churchill was offered returned sooner than she expected.Mr. local, state or national, la the cheio* f tt

East side, for pines. Thirty acres to be stiff sea boat for its size. Address: L. F. .p receive shall a share pleased of to e.:1iii by the London Telegraph tom a .ol- W. IK Fairbanks, of Clifton, a majority of the accredited delegate

o finished In so short a time requires a Nash, Palm Beach, Fla.10e2t all Job Work-envelopes your, c: umn for letter describing his travels who ha been In Atlanta undergoing a who are to bestow the nomination, 4* r
ha the best possible tit!. to It. To do
if large number of hands. Most of them q {letter-heads,note-heads,} i: and observations In Africa, Before this
-Mr. and Mrs. Carl C. Curtis, who surgical operation, returned here Saturtday prlve a majority of their choke md.
are strangers, and their trade adds perceptibly have been stopping at their place-the 3O bill-heads, else.statements, t offer was received Lord Randolph had much Improved In health. Mr. compel them to settle on a r
I or anything the proposal of the Graphic of third of them agree
to the drawers of our accepted whom two can
money Pines-on the lower river, during the Fairbanks has just; ordered the lumberfor
merchants.The 2,000 guinea for twenty letter, each to blow at the essential principals ol democrat
past week, came to town Sunday. residence and packing-house .
up V a new lo government It I* on of *&.
steamer Elinor, with Mr. W. J. Mr. W. H, Young occupied the position I contain four thousand words. which he I. about; to erect on his place. most; UA-democratlo practice that can=

f Nesbltt and A. S. Fee, went down to Se- as purser on the Georgiana during the' -Mr. and Mrs. Walter Goodyear, who He left for Clifton Tuesday.It be Imagined and In Its practical application -

bastian, early Monday to begin work onthe absence of Mr. Curtlss, who took possession I -Mr. Will Sanders, of Courtney, who have been spending the winter at their Is that "rush" to Dem- often result In the seleof of m
a artesian well for Mr. Mallory, 'of of his old has been ill for time Rockledge home, came up on the Sweeney man a. party leader whom nobody cuesto
place on Monday.The seriously some past erara (West Indies) will set In forthwith follow. But; of all the absurd sal
Chicago, who has purchased part of Mr. PalatkaraU says: "The str. was In town this week. He says he has Tuesday, on their way to New Smyr a* the new of the diamond find foolish application of the 1 two-tldrds;
and I. for ten na. 'From there they expect: : to go to that an
have now
Knight's place, preparing trade fully recovered. rule we ever seen,
White in the Indian River the
now verified. Ol
I II now authentically
acres of pines. Pensacola, Ashevllle, Waynesvllle (N.C.) force In Florida seems to ua to be UM
Mr. D. B. Grubb has sold hi* homestead and which recently capsized in a squall MAY DAY. In order to accommodate and other places on their way to Cazen- 638 stone forwarded to London lately wont. W* have no Interest whatever
was built up In the Hammock, In the those who wish to attend the Grand their home. for examination: only five proved to be this content, except *o far .. relate i*
e ovia, N. Y., summer
the south side of Crane Creekto
on .
western portion of the city, by one the held the result of democratic usage and precedent *
Jail and Regatta, to be at Cocoa worthless. These were one
Sr. of St. Louis who
W. H. Powell, of Chicago. Mr. Pow -Mr* wa are onfident that no other state ex
ell will Improve the same, and divide into proprietor of the Tttusville Ice Works. tockledge on the bit of May, the .team- has been stopping at E1 Dora for sometime dl,'* digging In quite a smalls area, and community will ever ImmlUte this hd
-The above journal is In error. M lln, er J. W. Sweeney will make two roundtrip past, has given three window to were discovered by accident. The British example*f the Democrat U>the FknUvlegislature. .
five lots for set
acre orange groves, Wetmore Gladwln, of this place, built this matter In his ."
on the above day as follow.: For New the two Governor to
out trees, and make an effort to settle the M. E. Church Smyrna;
families, from the north, for winter the steamer Georgiana, not the White. the Regatta-Leave TitusviUe at 7 a. m., pulpit; window and the diamond wind last; public address, a* "a discovery likely .

homes. -Mr. J. B. Smith has taken up a arriving at Rockledge at 9:40 a. m., and ow. Mrs. Moulton, Jr. ha given n most; to prove of vital Importance to the Indl ua River Steamboat Changer

homestead on the peninsula, back of leave Rockledge at; 4 p. m., arriving at elegant Bible for which they have the colony!*" -
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Walton, of Eau
Gallie, came down on Saturday for Master Tropic. Mr. and Mrs. Smith have been fltusvllle at 0:40 p. m. For the Ball- heartfelt thank of the members of the County solicitor Jas.. T. Sander, The following notice ho been Issue

Claude, who has been spending a down to Tropic and Eau Gallie, and Leave Tltusville at; 7 p. m., arriving at M. E. Church.-New Smyrna Breeit. who wrote the ADVOCATE from Matantas from.Jacksonville:
think they are two lovely spots. They Rockledge at 9:40 p. m., and leave Rock. "Indian River Steamboat Company.
week at Melbourne Beach. Their return Given a flow of 100 gallon of water Cuba on the 90th ulti, says:I "We
was rendered uncomfortable by the started down again Tuesday morning.Mr. ledge Saturday morning at; \3 o'clock, arriving per minute and plenty of liver and scraps are her In Matanxa today; are having OffU of General Manager Jacksontfte,
Smith Is about to build a residence at Tltusville at; 6 a. m.,In time for FtaApril20th,1891.
heavy rain which fell persistently until thrown In, and you can raise l,0001bs. of a lively time, and seeing lets of people.
after the steamer left. Mrs. W. Wilson on his homestead, the lumber beIng the 530: morning train going north.Fare trout.In a pond ten feet; deep, ten feet All on board the schooner Ellie are: well "Mr. W. B. Watson, superintendentand

and Miss Ruthie accompanied Mr. and on the way. They are delighted for the round trip, $1. Children, long, and ten feet broad, replacing them up,to date, and to fu have only had a Mr 8. M. LorlmWr, assistant aupwrbxtendent -

Mrs. Walton to Eau Gallie. with that part of Indian River. Mrs. under 10 yean half fare. Refreshment with small one'a* rapidly* they reach lithe ....Ickne... We leave here this having resigned, Mr.Co .JL

Mr J. M. Cowburn, of London, England Smith tried her hand at fishing near and lunch on board. G. F. Paddison, marketable size, says the Washington naming for the British town ol Nassau, Bent I I. appointed auperintendeat, aa*

started on his return home hut Tropic, and pulled In a 401b. bass. O. F. A P. A. Star It; can be done very profitably, Uw capital of the Bahama bland. the position of Assistant Superintendent.
week. Mr. C. ha spent a very
month here, enjoying the surf bathing, -Mr. and Mr*. A. E. Bradley, who -A l. rule say an exchange, the ed. too. The time U looked forward to, and -It; II said that; betweeQtho island ofMadagascar abolished. In effect May lit proximo.

fishing, hunting, etc. We hear Mr. have been cruising on their steam launch tor get n thousand kicks to one cares I* not far away, when every farmer will and the coast of India there "R. B. CABLE General Manager.

Cowburn Is so favorably impressed with Sassacus, on Indian River, during the Once in n while be get a kind word look upon an acre of water. he doe... art 13,000 Island, only 000 of which an "Approved: ROBJCBT II. toz.n: eiz.

a Florida'bearing grove advantages and settle that down be will to buy or- winter, left here, Saturday, for St. Aug. and It warm and cheer his weather acre of land, expecting much yearly l Inhabited says the. F.eraandlna Mirror.In "E'reildesl.Mr. .

ange raising. ustine, where they went; on a week' beaten, storm racked heart to the Innermost yield from It, whether It; I* pond, lake, any of these islands a men can live

Messrs. John Henry, Major C. E. visit to1 friend*. From there they go to ; core. Most people are afraid totell river or estuary. and support his family In princely bun- R. B. Cable, general'Manager-af

Graves and Commodore Bergin enjoyed New Haven, Conn. The Sassacu i* an editor when he writes an article. -The promised musical treat; at; Ms. ry without working more than twenty.; the Jacksonville, Tampa & Key ..*

a trip>> to Jupiter and Lake Worth last now hauled .out at Eau Gallie, duringthe that particularly pleases them for fear ol onto Han Monday and Tuesday evening five day In the year. In fact, o* some system,sap that no offldal notloa ]ran

the week weather on the Commodore was very pleasant sloop Loren.wind cummer. Mr. and Mrs. Bradley In- making him proud, we suppose, but U *, by the Florida Phonograph ,Co., ol these IsUrnVba neednTt work at all, been given ol the change that are',"

fair, and all combined to make the trip tend buying land at Eau Guile, so that they find anything that; doe not accord wa not *o largely attended a*we should I a* nature provide tM food and no ported to have been mata among tU.

delightful. They visited all point of they may have a winter residence there. precisely with their view they will neg.led have wished-especially when It; wa* for clothe are nqpl & tTaat; a glorious flolakol the company These ram***

interest on the Lake and report having a They made many friend while on Indian their business to bunt him op and 110 good an object* the church The, country in which to sun a trl-weekly are to the effect; that Jama- .. CaD_ -*

troubled fine time with, especially mosquitoes a* they or sand wen flies not River, who will be pleased to meet them tell him of It. Pshaw t dear friends, various reproduction through th*> Edison newspaper.. AH the glory one could the general freight; agebt of in*Juarflto ten>

to any extent I next winter. dont; think you win spoil the editor by phonograph were excellent,although wish for aad'plenty ol grub Tampa & Key Wed to system take .,&*

Friday witnessed the closing exercises -8ergeant'J. E. Lanoutte and Mr. M. riving him an occasional word of cheer .Just a little; too low on the first evening, -The dance at Masonic Hall, Friday tendered* resignation, ha been

of the public school at Melbourne Beach.A w. IJchtJ, of the Signal Service, feeling any more than yon win spoil jour child owing to the shaking the photograph evening last (a&hMtgh not largely attended May 10th and that the ems further .stiles.

who good: were number very of much visitors pleased were with present the disposed for a little duck shooting, started by complimenting her upon a piece of had on IU way from Jacksonville. Someof owing tojtae contlanou downpour accepted.the once The of Inner general freight agent

proficiency of the pupil and their evident off, Wednesday afternoon. for the patchwork she has finished. Of course the piece were remarkably fine and of raw), wa a very .Joysblc affair to. that been tendered to J. F. BeckwH.

advancement The essay*ol Muter above purpose. Fate, however, was you could beat the Job yourself,but that distinct, and brought forth considerable those who were brave enough to venture ass of the Oeea
King, Field and Beau jean were very against them, for while Mr. Llcbty was doesn't; deter you from heaping word applause from the audience. The second out that evening. Masonic DaD ls general Then i* also ata
w.n and delivered and Steamship eoaapany.
declamation wen well executed; singing also. on the lookout; for duck, he aUowd the of encouragement on the child. It.has night was even better than the first an 1 .feat place for entertainment Although another rumor afloat; that; Mr. Bobs

Matter. Don Beanjean'. rendition of the Sergeant; to take charge of the boat. A done UK best. So you could doubtless -the phonograph emitting the sound and dance, and 1* nicely fitted up. tarter ol transportation; vet
"Naughty Chicken" wa* particularly sudden squall coming at this time beat the tone. of fair capacity; I* not; so Urge Gamble,
np ; average editor ol running a paper In a more- distinct and loud ha been appointed..?.*-
Mia happy Grace and caned forth much ha applause capsized the boat, and both sportsmen ? Of course you can. The man doe Shorty Walker wa oa hand and sang a* a dancing. hall In the West End of Intendont this system. the Charlotte. Harbor dlrf-
Cummings taught the there which U
school for three winter, and under her were soon floundering la the water of: not live who can't beat an editor at running and whistled some of his favorite tune London. Th large hall at loa ol the Florida Southern rattre4

can the children have made remarkable Indian Rirer until rescued by a passlnj a paper. The editor U willing to IAto the Instrument which were Immediately magnificently built and famous present feet i rice C. H. Bent; who ha been appoint
progress and are evidently Interested In schooner none the worse for their *ud. acknowledge that you can. H* only reproduced an datcIeaf.nlllzap'plaue. ; for Its fancy drew haU, I II ; of the Indian *ir r
their work, a* all expressed themselves den Immersion This was the second doe It because have brought long, 850 feet wide and 100 feet high, superintendent V
a* aorry that then ""would. no more you not time to, The phonograph wa ol nearly two and .Steamboat company, Tie Capt. W. *
school. W* believe no school In the impromptu bath this week for Mr. Licit. but this fact need not deter Jon fromgiving her through Mr. B. Ranson and we ad contain an arena thousand Watson, who ha resigned that penises

county can beat this for regularity attendance ty, who fell Into the river, off the gangway him a word of encouragement trust he U not "out of pocket" by the a hall ncre*. Twenty-seven rcceat ball _St4ll4o,}.
of its pupils. at Cocoa, on Monday. occasionally. venture. people were present; at a

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I New ind as tries are l>elng Introduced N o i -

Tho Bast t Coast 11UIDCuG.TITUBVItU jn Chile in considerable numbers. $65 OUE SILVER QUEEN $65 K E o1 *

There 1* pow a ,Urge woolen mIl\; at Ii' ., .'.fht-Ol.- i BUW wftll.6nver': lat.d'flash:Sfe; Seat, II
IS'It poo *'| ?
t Santiago, and, among other' forms of I ', ;k. RailHandles,, Hub, Bands, and Shaft Tips. for above )t -
I FLORIDA. manufacture recently started mar be > (') r'III -
; 7 a m rtli '
-- : mentioned breweries, factories for the i

It ii troy reported that $40,000,000of manufacture of bottles and pottery, > < > 'III( I ." (-') < ., Of RACIHE ,WIS.

English!: capital Is Invested In sugar refineries, paper mills, and factories :E f- oJ Oz"'C

Paraguay. for the production of soap and :S 0 'oZ, m > 0
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Second street, rbUa 5elphl., 1. said I candles. The milling industry I is O I&.I&-Z-: 0 i >Of&' '.CZ-C"'I

street of i steadily expanding, there being now O :"
to be the longest straight any : < Of
city la the world. 760 flouring mills in the country, o\II (i.a.W t : 0' >:

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It is estimated that the Australian Tho Minister of Public Instruction _0 g :UO. 0
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colony of Victoria will have 10,000,* in Peru has presented a report to Con 1t > :; '." > > III

000 bushels of wheat to export this gress setting forth the state of public 1t :III> w 0 0 :0;" !:II u, Z C.. LOGL SMRENYAwASopiSIc ALL STYLES.x
year. _______._..... education In the country. There are of all kinds of Vehicles. .
In existence 1177 primary schools, of. Writ. for our New SO page Catalogue
Whenever.there it an execution m AddressSOUTHERN
which 818 are municipal, SS3 private, CO. x r TINT
Paris it In said lobe the eccentricity of BUGGY
and 81 are maintained by charitable LADIES sEIsE,
"(hr masse'* to got exceedinglydrunk. OHIO U. S. A..
or religious societies. Pupils are en J '
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There in till one Isolated land from whom 48,466 are boys and 22,979 UNCLE SAM'S FIRST MINT.

which Christian teachers are entirely girls. Of the total 3,276 are in tho FISH BR9S WAG!N.C.-

excluded. This ia Thlbot, the home public Schools. The average attend She First :Regular Coins Were C

of the high priest of Duddhl m. ance is about 80 per cent of the enrollment. Turned Out by Horse Power.: I RACINE.WIS.

The act establishing the United States::
In Austria one of tho census rule li mint was passed April, 1792 and steps

that every person must produce a certificate In largo canning establishments were at once taken to erect a suitable TTTIE 1 are making a specialty this season of what 1
structure in which to domicile the new de yr ,
of birth, and failure to do 10 Is, workmen lose much valuable time In partment. The seat of the federal govern # we can our PARAGON HARNESS.Made &

Jmuisliablo by severe penalties. healing and reheating their soldering ment was in tho state house aim other i of the fiNEST STOCK and the very'

irons it being practically Impossible buildings in Independence Square and BEST WORKMANSHIP. Such a harness
The Boston Transcript maintainsthat it was desirable that the mint be locatedas cannot be bought for,less than $25. j
to keep them at a temperature necessary the A site was
as possible.
"the ad of trade with at retail. But we are willing,
vantage our 'I'' for eflkcnt work, tho irons being secured upon the cast side of ?th street ,, "
Canada {. shown statistics of its In order to Introduce It, to e v
by above afterward called
either too hot or too cold. An electric Sugar alley, ,>"c; ,-:

total last year, when it exceeded by soldering I iron, which seems to obviate Farmer aid now known as Filbert. SELL ONE SET ONLY ..".00 ...... ,""I' .... oCo .
street. | to one as a e "" / > '"
more than a million of dollars the person
all the difficulties experiencedwith Here a plain brick building was erected ; ;
trado between England and the Do tho old-fashioned Irons has been in the summer of 1702. The coining 110 MILES sample for 4 .,'o._ :\j: *..1,,:
in CINCINNATI : ",- ,. ")o-o -"."
minion. invented. The hc'ad! is made as usual l, presses arrived from England September rtest andQuickest $16.50. .: A
and operations began in the ,early .' .".
At the Carlisle Penn. Indian but back of it is a cylinder which contains of October the material for starting cp' 'v". 'o.I. t r.-\r ""
( ) part : impairment and Pullman Palace i f'o ( 7 W \ F''$- D o''i'
school football has been prohibited asa two copper-heating cores wound coining six pounds of old copper having Sleeping Cars through without change, ) : o"l>' .o\ .5 f'

"fiendish There with wires which are healed from a been purchased a few days before. making direct connection & > ..1''... \<" \':'* ". ; .f ...1
are some o .
game. The moved .. ." "" '
of the mint
machinery was bj .. "" '1"' .\ 0" ,," ,
things, concedes the Kansas City (Mo.) current from the dynamo. The tool borse power. The first regular return of InCENTRALUNIONST, LOUIS i (.. ...; \"" 'tX \\ : : "" $,:.:% :,,, *, ,,;;

Star, wWch even the Indian nature, is very convenient, and It is said that coins to the treasury was made March 1, And the WEST, and ,with Through car t .: : 90v

Inured to the sun and the ghost dance, its use is decidedly economical. 1701)), and consisted of 11,178 cents. lines for ...'s\l>Q..\9 ..' .,>r 0' oirS6. < + ...r :
The renowned scientist. David Ritteu- .
the $
,brink from. --- f. ; $ :J.\?'
I house was appointed director of the CHICAGO ) .. -
Says the Boston Transcript: Th NORTiIWEST. .r p-.. .". "' "' V" 1>"r 1 '
-- ------- -- the mint April 14, 171)2) within
abo with through car
lions and chickens worth (2000 natural resources of tho Appalachian a fortnight after tho passage of lines i for DETROIT .

apiece are said to have attracted curl basin, in West Virginia, Kentucky tho art referred to above. lie was and Points in Canada

ous sightseers; at the poultry show In and Tennessee, are at presenattract. eminently qualified imbued for the with position and oi BUFFALO and the East. THIS IS ONE OF THE 40 STYLEC WHICH WE MAKE
was thoroughly ,a sense
New York,'marvels the Prairie Farmer ing attention as never before. In the responsibility attaching to his ollice. Only ono change! of cars J c

while .domestic fowls, worth eacha iron, coal and timber it is regarded as It is related that upon more than one occasion Meridian, NEW ORLEANS sQ U .c '

tow hundreds, wore to common that the richest territory in tho United he paid bills for mint supplies Jackson, Vicksburg, Points in I
out of his private funds because ho considered =
they hardly won any notice. States. West Virginia, as many other them exorbitant. His spacious TEXAS AND T. z

of tho States will make a large apses residence was at the northwest corner ot "varans om
The government of Brazil has ordered I priation, that their natural wealth may Seventh and Arch streets, but a short Passengers via this line are afforded and an 1za >
excellent view of Lookout Mountain m
distance from the mint. Kittenhouse
the confiscation of the
propertyof 00
properly be represented at tho comingWorld's died in 1700. and the second directorof surrounding Historic Scenery. XG
the Oonnless d'Eu, the daughter ofthe Fair at'Chicago. But private tho mint was another prominent personage ac: mece'

emperor, Dom, Pedro. This enterprise will likewise be active. Dr. Elias Boudinot, whose name i S. C. KAY, 8. E. Pass. Agt., Atlanta > .
atop will bilng considerable sums Into One gentleman in southern West Virginia is still a well.known ono to Philuilclphlnns. Oa. en _ceeW

! the treasury of tho republic, as the The famous Rose Hill estate in D. J. MULLANEY, Div. Pass. Agt., m e
is cut cube of ton feet
having a Kensington, where the patriot lived, is
princess was yolcd great estates at the Chattanooga No. t 65, STAR GEAR SPINDLE BODY.
; of coal. Another cnbo of now being hidden from sight
coking rapidly
D. Q. EDWARDS, O. P. & T. A., XATUIUL woon miss on PAIHTKO. '
time of her marriage. splint coal of seven feet; and anotherof under thousands of dwellings ,but, the CINCINNATI 0. Built on Honor. Entirely different from Cheap Western
I Boudinot school house at Indiana and D
pure cannel of five foot. And another Work. Live Dealers wanted. Territory given
Tho New York World Is constrained streets perpetuates the memory of the .
party will send a poplar log ten family.As :
j to believe that "a prophet is not with.
the nation grew older and richer KIN Ci M A N STURTEVANT' &. LARRABEE
I cut honor in his own country when he feet long and ten feet in diameter. enlarged facilities for coining money THE TRAVELERS, ,, ,

I is dead and his prophecy has been ro- To carry this to the great fair the became imperative, and, accordingly a Jacksonville Florida. rH CARRIAGE AND SLEIGH BUILDERS -oj

j-alitod. Ericsson will receive a handI Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad Company site was procured on Chestnut street, -or
will build of west of Juniper street, and here the SEND FOR FULL CATALOGUES.,
I..ome monument from his native land a special car forty tons BINCHAMTON N. Y.
present structure was begun In 1829. ----
I of Sweden in the capacity. These various exhibits will The Travelers and Cedar -I
shape of a' temple. The new building was occupied in 1831. corner Bay
(This is honorable them both. Tho bo rafted down the Gnyandotlo Riverto The architects engaged upon the plans, streets, Jacksonville, Fla. A new brick WE ARE IN THE LEAD.t

Swede the bridge ot the Chesapeake k Ohio William Strickland John Haviland and hotel, nearest to all railroad stations and .

great deserves it well. Railway, crossing It at its mouth, and others, endeavored to design a structureas steamboat landings. Especially adapted. fOR FINE QUALITY AND STYLE OF SPRING'' VEHICLES
nearly classical' as the of the to transiei-t buslne's. Elegantly furnished
The seal for the Slate of Wyoming then hoisted upon tho transporting building would permit. ,With purposes the various rooms, singto or en suite. Table THE MOST FOR THE MONET IS OUR I MOTTO

I adopted the Legislature, Is emblem car. changes and auditions made of late as good as the best. This hotel was built,

lath and, thinks the Boston TranI ----- ---- years, particularly the mansard roof put furnished and operated as a $3.00 a day BEST ONE OF
I A writer in the New York Sun gives on by Superintendent Fox, the effect has house; rates are now red need to $2.00 a
script, peculiarly felicitous. One of an elaborate sketch of TopolobampoIn been in a great measure destroyed and dsy, while the service is better than ever. MATERIAL OUR CATA-
I the figures is that of a woman from the tiny building overshadowed' on Breakfast from 0 to 0; lunch from 11:80to AND
Lower California
[whoso uplifted arm hangs a broken what is being every side by lofty structures which 2:80; dinner from 5:80 to 7:30. This .LOGUESFULLY

I chain, symbolising the granting of done there to make the communistic dwarf its appearance and make the most Is the only hotel in Jacksonville! serving WORKMANSHIP -
palitical Idea practicable. "lie gives a much important government office in the coun. regular meals at these hours. All othersare IL-
rights to Wyoming women. seem and at least hour Use
more favorable view of the colony try mean In.lguidcll1t.tPhiladelpbla one later. tho .
The motto of the State is "Equal Times. Travelers' omnibus, the tickets save 2< LUSJRATESOUR i
alleges the San Francisco Chronicle
I Rights." lent each way.BURTON. WINS.
_ "than has been furnished by disgusted Story of a House. LINE. I

Cheetah hunting in Ceylon I. a colonists who have returned to this K. BARRS, SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS RECEIVE BEST ATTENTION.

{profitable sport. First tho hunter gets city, but it is to bo feared that most The Listener has often passed the 10 Proprietor. A SAMPLE JOB WILL
Welch house in Somerville, Mass, which CONVINCE YOU THAT OUR
la reward from the government then of the statements made derived
for somo has been WORK IS
twenty years unoccupied THE WORK TO BUY.
[ho sells the skin, flesh, fat ajid claws from the official organ. The original The story of it, as related by the i

[for a handsome sum. The flesh is colonists have had a hard time but neighbors, is a tragedy rather than a ro BRIDGEWATER ;
mance. Samuel Welch betrothedto CO.We
(much appreciated as an article of diet, now genuine Java coffee has taken the .
a young woman, lit:! built this handsome :
native doctors use tho fat as a remedyfor place of the roasted corn that served I and cornfortallj brick house for NEW LEVER SAFETY aO..A.NOICDI: 'D'.A.. !

[ poison and a preventive against for two years as the staple beverage. her home. But before the day set for '

Infectious diseases, and tho claws are The 160 new arrivals who reached the marriage the young woman heard I II II I
that it was by means of a lottery ticket
[tied round Uio necks and arms of chil- Topolobampo last December brought that Welch had made his money; and '

rest as charms against epidemics and money and many valuable supplies, then, being a person of stern and unbending

lio,evil eyt and the latest reports from the colony American ,principles, she told
-. .- him, simply and flatly, that she wouldn't
were encouraging. Whatever other have him with his ill-won riches. Welch f/
some States, says tho American failures the colony may have made it was not a man to take such a rebut cu s F

Dairyman' a strong effort is being seems to have effectually solved the easily, lie boarded up the doors and
itade to prevent tho docking of horses', windows of his new house almost as
[ tails a practice which for temperance question. Liquor is sold tight as the very bricks in the walls, and ip
roai only in quantity to adults, and when a bunikhcd himself, to wander up and down +
i, seems to bo more general than it member abuses the uo of any liquor, the country. But he took good care that

vas, a few years ago. The opponents the house should be looked after in a "' r r .
whether purchased or given, the name The PERFECTION of SIMPLICITY OT KEPT
certain The boards
of this custom claim that it is exceedlingly way. were taken
of tho offender is published and everyone care of, so that the house abated nothing and ECONOMY of POWER. INSIST eIfSTORFS n att95HEARSer1E
painful to the animal, that it do- is warned of its hermetically sealed look and tho ,
against supplying him NO CIT.AIIVM. NO G I AUB. aii YourTOREKEEP :
gives him of the. natural means of with intoxicant. In this yard was mowed at least once a year, so ,
|protecting/ himself agaUst Insect ene. any way that not a tree or a shrub grew up there VARIABLE STROKE. only two sets ? 0ETTING
there is no bar placed upon the free nothing but weeds and of Revolving Bearings. 's
ales and that it coarse grass. THEM ox210k
serves no good pur. use of liquors, while at 'the same time Five years ago the Listener was told by. Best Hill Climbing and all around ,,,

tose. A bill before the Illinois Legis the person who drinks to excess finds neighbor that the place had been in this Safety made. FOR You. =;;HOLYOKE;' Miss.I .

lature provided 'a heavy peiuilty for condition for fifteen years. It is dreary ,
he is absolutely cut off from intoxi .
for C1A."r.A..J.CG1T.IJ: :rTtEm: : -- -
almost -
Ibe performance of this operation enough any sort of story about - -
cants." it., and if the house has not the reputation
j noloss,the same Is proved to bo a bvu- of being haunted, it must be because it H. B. SMITH MACHINE CO. the horse," Marsh Mallow. has been boarded up so tightly) that Dotewen
Marsh mallow is a'native a ghost could la and of 1
--- - t- of Europe, get count SMITH VILLE,
Apropos of .the sad death of; the from which source our entire commercial the ghosts must get in from the outside I
i)uke .oJ for nobody ever died or lived in ,tht N. J. ,
Bedford an, English
says supply is obtained
although hoiue. Samuel Welch's melancholy life,
iourual, jt way Interest our readers to the plant bat become naturalized to ended last November, and his heirs are "WANT A "AEON

earn that Jterj are 110'tower than some extent on the salt marshes of the quarreling over the estate now grown to
Iwelve oases! on rooord during the very respectable proportions. If his OUR NEW IMPROVED SINGER I. .me wagons bungles, I
of New
pre. coast surreys. High
England and New
ghost has any sense of the fitness of HIGH ACM. VMIS .TTtC. ONLY$...oe try strong. durable tree IS .
nC century of, suicide among ineiu* It is employed both iu aedlclne: and tilings it will com back now and haunt Z r. stylish, as beautifully finished as nxxJernlLd'manufacture

i of the peen These arc Lord confectionery,'the roots being priucU the long deserted house ia i8amsryilie.- 1 yr an produce. ,Built'CD honor ,by men of' lit. "
It':' ttperknce, 't
'ench, Lord Londonderry, Lord pally use4, although the 110wera' and .Cotton Transcript. : z-I honesty, U our poHcyj prompt shipment our s
t-wat specialty. ,We want to know
|}reavos. Lord James DfI"elltoN'Lortl'' leaves contain the Settled eX you. Write us. Costs you ;
same at Last. 6
properties. : j May lead to business '
t by and
|Ituistr, Lord eohgleton, Lord Forth :. by. Send for our
; The roots collected In autumn from -- oW .. aWorue. It Is free to render of" "
ard The spinners'airiko' at Clark' thread z: L !1 r- every this'rap i" Bing: "
Cloncurry Lord hamton
ord Delaware WaUlnghaiu, plants which are at least two years o',L mill at N .srk, N.J., was declared off 1. F" wo I Wqon Co.. Binghamton, rr, Y.
Lord Lytlletoit and There Is muck marshy land .
otherwj Saturday. The company wilt take back 2WILIETS
or4 fbr.ttesburr. Beside these l Dr. useless various put. of this country most of the men as desired. This was g ; "BUILT FOR BUSINESS:" I. ..
uuel Butcher bishop of Meath announced to the spinners, and they Immediately .,t a1CQ.1Pwu&. ,
where the plant might bo successfully .,
k his own Ute la .8T6 and theo passed resolutions declaring CURED.:. bt:: 1.
and there seems no good .
the strike ot! Some of the spinners will EITS I.4JtO& Talat BOTTLe. ; :
wager Lady Howe met a similar reason why our supply should not Us be reiniUUd seat week. The strike has ..[acts,., t>ON7 SU".

isjio end In the following year produced at horn*.-[Independent I I beta OB sine December 8. last. lULL CtUIIAL: en.'* f.........,r h .

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TALKS. no possible excnoe for the farmer to *MC: I Insulted her wherT iQe* ba.l approaches it begto to rival silk. It is Claimed that
I "LLANCE'! the government Ib'loan him'money*" He .OVER :ALABAMAr I 1 thn with entreaty ttr des'st' from his per. "GEORGIA BRIEFS. the staple treated like this i* worth from .

A, would not need nosistance,he could and ecution. Mr. MartIns death followed one to two cents pound more than cot-

BWS OP THE ORDER FROM would help himself. It,is the persistent -.. .1 J f I I a >bort time after the shooting. Theca ton treated in theordinary Even'*
11 determination of the ,government to ,\enCourage Various Things That are Happening o wm taken up'fot trial In March last Interesting: Paragraphs from allOver cent a pound, the improvement Ts worth
Alt SECTIONS. 'monopolies' and mOney brokers but hiul to be Cuiu>nuotl bccmw of thO the State. $40OOUt)00) to the south. The beauty of .

P --. that works, d'csstnnuly' to the roral .in- : Around Us. kkiM-M IIrhe the iu'or Mr. Drosios' invention I is that it docs not
i4 Drof 1- ttte-H*, and Makes the product*feel warranted -- necessarily di away with the )gins: in nse.'

ems Interest to Alliance- in asking for a share of the loaves The Cult City Oil mills at Montgomery DUN'S REVIEW The Gcorgh, Sunday, School !I.- It sin)ply make' their way easy /And per

S men Everywhere. and fishes that are being so lavishly distributed which were destroyed br fir) ..Octo elation convened at Columbm\ Tm4.Uv.', (crt. Fifty dollArs added to a good
among the producers.* That ber 26, will be rebuilt immcdUttly Of the Condition of Trade for Thirty-threo counties were rt'pru-cntoj! ), ordinary n will equip it for ,this work
is the gist of the whole\ subject.A touch larger than btfore. the Past Week. and 145 delegates were .,rellCnt. Tnt

tkYTlcOsToN DISCUSSES If'GttATR'S CT-, ... The annual meeting of tho Mockhold- R. G. Dun & Co.'* weekly review of pre ldllnt'l tepnrt showed thu association:
4lTtro1t writer in the Farmer and f'fuitQrmetr to be in excellent condition. TOBACCO FIGURES. 1
TO ers of the
sorjTnsnjT ALUAKCXS. Mexican Gulf Pilcilic cud trade
"With better weather there
: ,
makes broad distinct'on s\ys
_ n being inked for information re. betweenthe Puget Sound Kai,rond Company was i Is a visible improvemvnt in trade anti The Georgia Tcaclur's: .odlltio:1 -- ,

Rl rding the,call by: Frank: McGrath of I office man and who the joins man the Alliance la who,to takes get held in Montgomery a dl\yor two Ag.N collection*, and while it is but slight us hold it annual meeting in Brunswick i Interesting Statistics Showing 4V'

tb a Kansas alliance, for the affiliation of one; "If he already has A full complement officers were elected. yet, the outlook for the future t. ,.eoe. beginning AI'I'112Sthlu.1 closing on the the Progress of Its Culture. : -
says, "any man 1st of
[southern aliianccracn in the committee Various places interested In rally regarded May. Governor N'ortlicn, St tt'e, Tho of the
into the Alliance for the sake of office he are ecur a* encouraging. Crop School Commlssi census returns production
(convention, wblth is a declared effort to should not be in the order; but when log/ the establishment: of the cotton factory prospects continue excelcnt! ; there is lew mer liradtvell and I p,'r.hapa of tobacco have been completed. They
two other
fjjonstitute a third party, Colonel L. F. office are lying around loose like big to bo erected in the south under tho monetary pressure at points where somi will or state house oiliwis are in the rouqh, but are of or eat importance -

'IWvingston of the Georgia alliance pre. July watermelons in the shsde, nobody auspices of the Farmers'Alliance Andtr- stringency has existed, and in the chief M showing the shifting that '

"JBtcd.. his views as follows} can blame a poor,Allianceman If he stumble ton, Ind., is fighting' to prevent such t A, industries, some improvement in demand Nn appropriation was made al the last has taken place in the lines of tobacco
I. have not seen the call. Southern: over on to one of them.' It is the consummation. Several: >iiei have been appears. The volume of trade continues WSJ ion of the legislature for completing culture during the last ten years. The) '

lUiancemen will not participate in the prcropntife and tho duty of every Offered tho new enterprise. Jasper has. nearly as large in aggregate value as it the rosters of Georgia" troops in thu confederate northwest, it is predicted will eventually '

[convention. This whole question was can citizen to be a politician, nor offered all necessary! groundsand has also : WM a year ago, some decrease In quanti army. So that none are coming hoconio n great tobacco growIng *
I carefully considered at O ala last D Ameri-j offered to take tie of bblnncei In now, the former appropiittinn, '
< cem- any reason why he should be. a a large block of the st ck. important products being having region. A remarkbleltrl.
j her, and a convention of delegates from lie can be a raca11f he tries,. Birmingham is making strenruous efforts by an advance in tho level of prices, been exhausted somo tlrnoI Eglan
the sever*! farmers' and labor organiza not obliged to. Don't damn the politician to get the actor,. which were nearly 15 per rent hIgher see still to be had fifteen regiments! of In. which were once largo proucr' of to- 4'r

IHoos in the union was was called for Feb* -I mean the Alliance politician." The medical asviciation of the state of than a year ago, April 1st, and is still fantry; fifteen regiments, nina bnUnlioni hacco. This is fact
_Froary 22, 1892. At this convention the Alabama adjourned after a most more than 15 per cent. higher. and twelve companies of cavalry' ; six battalions that the Importation of b
- [.demands, agreed, upon, were to be sub. The -a. and successful prosperous ant t seven Companies ot artillery, I has tho seed 'rappcr
____ I milled Weetly Toiler (Nashville, Tcnn.) mectting at Hunts- BORINKAOB fX TUB IRO!( TRACK. practically grow.
,tbe to neither the tW9 political parties, and In has the following terse paragraph: ville. Many points of great scientific interest The iron trade shows a greater shrinkage and four legions.The era out of the business, IUd copene
of them should agree to "lie that is not for the Alliance princi- were discussed. The most import : than any other, the decrease In'char. Hawkins, Jkmavcs, of New York, tho abandonment of so ;
finch Convention a policy as demanded, then second pIes is against them. There is no mid. ant point that came up for discussion, coal iron production in March! having save a reception to tho survivors of tho I Cause general alarm Superintendent

-know should be called. I do not die ground, and we have no use for however, was a modification of tho ironclad been 1,803 tons, and in all iron with corrections Third Georgia at tho Hotel Ilrun*,,'ick predicts that since the present high .
by what authority the Cincinnati straddlers. The time has come to draw medical rules which have heretofore in the coke output, 21,303 tons. II short time ago. Tho visitors presentedtheir I duty ou Sumatra leaf, since the McKinioy!
convention is culled, but certainly tho line and wo must draw it. A halfhearted governed the profession in hosts with an el'gllntlilkou ill. bill went into the ICrowers'of that '
_,UcGrath has nc regard to con. The output is 6, ,Sl1 ton, or no 6 percent ?, rtect
right as president of the of sultations with Judge Langbcln accepting it for the section have and
I State support any principle never homeopathic physicians. lower than a year ago. SpInners' company encouraged
P commit AUlancemen of Kansas to endeavor to ,succeed: If you are with us, hoist your This rule has been modified so as to allow takings of cotton continue slightly greater ; Miss Lizzie Snecd nmdo tho presentation that the crop in that section, this year
to such a policy as colors that each member to for ; Colonel Hawkins be a phennminal The increase '
(,indicated in the Associated everybody may know where act himself. than a year ago, with export viry much presided at wi ouc.
t Such Press reports. you stind. The wishy-washy, milk and The river trade of Florence has larger. the banquet and delivered an address of New York and Wisconsin,
a of
fall' course tho conduct would do harm cider fellows, who are trying to hold immense proportions of late. In grownto con- run nnnrKRV TRADL iH'lcorno; Colonel Claybourn Succd ro- formerly heavy producers of seed ,1 lcaI.U ,

I ..r._along Lu ____,line., ,. The Oca. I.a conven.. with_ -___ tin___ _hAre__n And n___ MIn. __ with"0'_ th__<_.* _Vinnnrlawill ____ ."nu, n"" n'_ th" ..I".n "AItIAA 1___ The -ponded for tho Gcorcfans. due to the fact tbat the pblnter tvere : 'n
WUD una LHUTIUCU mo rcmeav lor eniorc have to be the trash St j; 'i;; ;;n t\\ ;;:r i grocery trade at Philadelphia Is A bill driven into growing the
ing our demands-and that dumped: on pile Louis, ; other l river only fair; the gloss trade is quiet, and bo introduced in tho loplsU-! export variety,
upon our of worthlessness, and tho sooner we dump points the and tire for the thorough tho Sumatra having them to '
-, nople are largely agreed. A third party Memphis Charleston, and the demand for dry goods medium, but Improvement the 'cnlplled
them abandon tho seed
the better. .
the Louisville and public roads of \liitficld pound of
Nashville roads have One
pay become a necessity to enforce the outlook for paints is better, 'and the county
demand but until the **, both made largo reductions in freights. hardware larger than at this season jilnn Is to allow tho people to votu upon Sumatra will wrap\ four times as many
certainly two
parties now in existence refuse our The AUianr (Talahassce, Fla.) says: The two steamboat lines, the Evansville, for two years,, though at low prices. I issuance of $100,000 of B per cent cigars as the American seed 1 loaf. The
pie any encouragement or peo The object of the Allan oe is to elevate Paducah and Tennessee River Packet In[ nearly all trades these collections are twenty year bonds! with which to mnondamizo mOt remarkable increase durlnrthe pus

attempt to create a third recognition is an and improve the farmer morally, socially company, and the St. Louis, Paducah slow. Business is improved at New the most l prominent thorou h. ten years his occuirml in'Florida, where
pirty unnecessary
hazardous and unwise. There- and financially. What farmer desires to and Tennessee River Packet com) any Orleans and Atlanta.Alt fares. It Is understood that simiUr. bills the number of pounds produced has increased -
fls prevent itt What farmer should obstructor are making strong efforts to control the ADVANCE IN BRKADSTCTF are ravored by other counties. Tho people from 21,000 to almost 500,000
quite a prejudice in the north- (
impede it? Where is the farmer who trade. It' are stirred up on thu road question.' Tito pound Northern capital has poured
twest. among 'AUlancemen to affiliating: In the speculative market there has into
docs desire
not the full and complete con long rainy state, syndicates have
I'With either party. Whether this can be The Gadsden Leader says: One of the been a general advance in breadstuff, season through which' they purchased
summation of these laudable large tracts of what
purposes Is have Is was supposed to be
pasted to have
[overcome is a question for the best geologists in the has assured and lard decline in and likely a bcnctt lal
futureand country ( oil
; hogs a
it reasonable and natural that the farmer I effect as far as tho public roads land, factories have been erected I _
(chiefly depends the action prominent citizens of Gadsdcn that i( i{ in and are con
upon of the should join in with our enemies and seek J I change cotton coffco. A larger cerned. and a general era prosperity Us* '
.. fty-second -congress, which is largely,: to keep himself and his fellows bound the base of Lookout mountain should bo ., export demand, and reports of scarcity a.UD
[democratic. If the congress now elected down in the chains of industrial servi- tapped gushing artesian wells could be abroad, lifted wheat 2c to fl.lOi with Tho February earnings of the Georgia'

'should refuse the relief demanded, or a tude, and to remain tho hewers of wood located. Tho work will undoubtedly bo I sale of 40,000,000 bushel at New York, Central railroad show a gross Increaseover A FEARFUL SMASHUP.Six .

,reasonable substitute therefor, then, in and the drawers of water for ( soon done, and, in addition to its many and oats have risen 2 cents to 01) cents, the earnings of Fubrimry n year ago -
|rmy opinion, the northwest will be clam. is not the prompting of reason. other advantages, Gadsden will have a and corn lil cents to 821 cent on imall in round numbers of $13,000' and tho Postal Clerks and Two Engfneers -
,orous for a third party, with far more never-failing water power, sufficient to ales. The actual scarcity of corn and not earnings show an increase ot $33,000.: Killed
r ympathy in tho southern states than Tho Ga. Alliancehas turn all tho machinery U'-cd in Gadsden oats makes an advance easy, but of wheat Thoro was a decrease in tho operating Outright. _
3 BOW calculated upon. We cannot expect Effingham for the County annual, at the rm'enIInd in addition to all this the receipts at western ports! continue expense comp.., (1 with last year, of A dispatch from Cleveland, Ohio nyt

Jour Alliance friends of tho north andy arranged tho 4th of grand At the mass the households and business houses in tho larger than a year ago, and exports, until $8,000. The net incronso from investment A frightful wreck occurred on the Lak
meeting on July.
west to accept anything sho!f of an assur-- time the alliance resolved that it to city could bo furnished with pure water. I very lately, have been much smaller. It shows an increase of $43,000, Shore railroad at Klpton station,

ance that the controlling political party the best interests of tho members of was tho Work on the tunnel on tho Chattanooga i fa noteworthy that, in all winter wheat making an increase of the total income .. forty mile west of Cleveland, early Saturday

I will at least endeavor to so shape legis'a-' alliance to purchaso their direct Southern is being rapidly pushed. It is sections, tho prospect is considered exccp'ionallv of nearly $103,000. Thn gross earnings: evening, in which six postal clerks _

tion as to melt the emergencies that now from the manufacturers, and guano thus fully the expectation of the men con- : \ good and the acreage is reported for the last eight months ,of the present two engineers and a fireman were kie _
jfare so embarrassing to tho farmers and to themselves the commission which save nected with the road that the tunnel will as largely increased. Haw sugar fiscal your show an increase off.umoooovcr Tiio fast mail No. 14, bound '
laborers of thin and failure are has shade this week but all the corresponding Imo last lldcd with No. 21, Toluilo express
I country, a to charged when purchasid through a local finished by the 10th of May. About yielded a your. just
S do so might drive the bulk of, tho southern agent. They further advised alt alliance- 200 feet now only rcnaius: to finish the refined above granulated is shade higher In speaking of tho cotton crop, Major n the latter train wo about to pul on 1

Alliauccmen to their asslslnncc. I men not to buy their from big hole in tho ground. As most of the With brcadftuffs an d vrgctublcs unusually E..1L Butt, a wcll-kuown exporter of siding to let the fast mull pas The
|;have all confidence that the democratic guano any and wool about the fast mall WHS running at foil speed, and _
local agent, but to such firms tunnel is through solid rock, very little same asa Augusta, says: "There are over 8,000
: party will give us the relief we seek. or corporations as will patronize recognize them individually casing is needed., However, the necessary year ago, cotton is much lower, drops 000 bales in sight now, and by the Urst the force of the collision was 10 ,great
.The northwestern Allianeemen have no'luch and will sell to them directly casing is being done a* the work and chemicals lower iron and Its products of September something over 8,600,000 that both engines, throe, mall ,car and
confidence in the democratic and tho 01 manufactured will have been ole baggage car wttrj completely wrecked.
1 party. and at the manufacturers' prices. progresses. Track, laying on the lower range prod marketed. Then 230,000
______ any more than in the republican party. :. .. end is being pushed at a rato of a milo a ucts generally rather lower, notwithstanding to 830,000 bales will be held over by the nORIUBLY MUTILATED.. .
That is I the difference between us now. The president of tho* North Carolina day. 1 ho middle of May is tho time set an expansion of more than farmers for the higher .prices. In this The injured, alt but one; were

"Time will show which is right. state Alliance has issued a call for a meet for through trains to'Gadsdcn. $90,000,000 in circulation during the hey will make a mistake, for I do not beyond human assistance & *oona '

t). *** ing of tobacco growers at Henderson, N. Alabama (', Supply' them All. year. believe cotton will be any higher next the collision occurred The
ANOTHEB REPLY TO M GRATE. 0., on April 27th, to con ult with the Now Orleans consume over 2,000,000 EXPORTS IRCREASIMO.: year than it is now. Indeed, even It bodies were all crushed

'Levi Dumbauld, chairman! of tho Farm- Alliance tobacco growers of Virgin! the ton of coal annually. The use to which Export of merchandise are increasing, theIr be a' crop of but 7,000,000 bale and mutilated, cries and legs being tony
er's Alliance Ute central committee has coal is in and about and for weeks next year, the price will not for off and the .
i object being to organize an Alliance tobacco put that city are two at Now York exceed go corpse were blGnr reuogni.tlou. __ _
issued an address to the people in reply growers' association for self-pro. varied and numerous The demand is last year's by 18 per cent. In March tbe of this cruii fully 1,000,000, bale will be The engineer of l8t mail remained

i to that recently issued by Frank HcGratb, tection. All persons interested in tobacco increasing every year. Alabama will endeavor export of cotton, breadstuff, pro visions held over in the raw state by the factories bravely at his post and was fouad '

J. president of the Kansas State Farmers' culture are invited co-operate. in the future to furnish more of cattle and petroleum from all the and i at the ports, and this mill prevent with his hand upon the tlrett. HI.

Alliance, who claimed, that unless the ..- that citv'a Consumption than in the nnst. chief norts were in value t33.490.637. liurh_ .nrfrai.- ., ---n--AiK-iiit un .rorAfnt___.,__ (____ ___- baud and face were *o' .cale
.- S farmers of the south deserted the demo The Allianeemen of Arkansas have secured The bulk of the coal used in Mississippi: : against 132,700,283: lust year, i Indicating Ion will go to :275,000theIargest by that tbe blackened flesh ( .

'Cratic party the farmers of the north the passage of joint resolution in Louisiana' Texas, Florida and even intoArkansas an increase in tbe aggregate: of exports, over 20 per cent in her history." the bones when his IIJ1"8 taken out _

J would go to the republican party. Duin- the legislature of that state in favor of and Mexico should be supplied while heavy imports of sugar raised the Tb. Hohcol IU.k ""..'1... The pr postal no to _
bauld denies JtcOraih's statement, and the election of United States senator by from the inexhaustible fields of Alabama. aggregate about $6,400,000 at New York Commissioner Brad well I I. corrospond- They were caged like rats, and _
> adds; "The people's party in Kansas the people, and the governor ha approved Tho Georgia Pacific railroad has lust alone above tbat of the same month last leg with all the state school o.:>mmliliion.ere the telescoping of curs crashed the lifer

I: is ,11the field to stt.y and has no it. The constitution of the completed large piers on the Mississippi 1-; about the school book question. He out of them without a momon' warning.!

i intention under any circumstances United States must be changed to secure at Greenville where cars can be unloaded Failure of the week number 217. For tend to each a copy of the resolution The passenger of the two train were

1 of abcndoning the third party movement this desired object. instantly and directly into the barg. the corresponding week of last :year the passed by the legislature, and a let. considerably bruised up, but node are.

? and returning to the old p irty lines. It ... These i;>arge* go down the river directly figure was 181. tar which says "In the performance reported killed It J. dileult t loct

i* solidly favor of the overthrow of All over Kentucky the Alliance are to New Orleans. The piers are built so )t this important duty imposed upon the blame for the, acleot, engineer

i both of the old parties without any ifs passing resolutions to vote for no man a* to accommodate any size vessel at any A VALUABLE COLLECTIONOf oe by tbe general assembly of the are dea raid; however,

L |and buts, and Its delegates will go t<1 the who uses whisky and money in his can season of the year. It is believed that i( late of Georgia, your aid will be that No. ordered" to stop at '

: Cincinnati convention on May 19th for vass.. The state organ Bays resolutions all the roads would give more attentionto Belles Presented to Johns jivatuablo. Will you kindly inform me Oberlln, but went on t Klpton, 'which is- '

I the purpose of assisting to organize the are good enough, but too much time is the shipment and prompt handling of Hopkins University.The what I ia tho stains of the 'school book six mile further Wit and ha DOt _
',third party national campaign of 1803, given them instead of to the work of suppressing coal into New Orleans' all other point Johns has uestlon' la your stats The detail of lufficlent time to .
]ready to clasp hands with all who will the evil condemned. can be hut out. Hopkins .university received ron experience and the results of any a
from Colonel J. Thomas
I join that movement for the emancipation ... All for TloeciU BcharfT, Experiment I which has been made on this -r

Fof the laboring clas,. Hesitate or halt Liberty Alliance, in North Carolina, The whole state is rushing to sign the the valuable Maryland historian collection, one of of the Americana most. lee by your state will be duly appro- ATLANTA MARKETS.

jjwho may. the people's movement must publishes an appeal for the curtailmentof petition to the goveruer for the pardonof in this private The collection In. listed by the department of education of -
(go marching on to final victory. Let none the cotton crop this year from thirty. Isaac H. Vincent. Oue large petition country. Georgia." Similar letter have been sent COBKKCTBO W&CI1.
number of book
r I lose faith or falter. Forward en masse, five to thirty per cent,and the of with several hundred names has already than great more. to the *uperlutepdent* of school in a -
rover all opposition." the land thus reserved in cerea planting !Ixea lecured in Birmingham and turned 50OUO pamphlet and several hundred number of large cities.! "Then," say Fl..r, Ural- ... tealq
"*'. *.. vision crops. over to Mrs. Vincent. There are quite a i unpublished manuscript It include he commissioner, "before the evidence Hoar-first patent fQBOt stained' r>*ientO >

t Industrial reform al contemplated by a.. number or other* being taken around the valuable the southern unpublished manuscripts, la ready for the legislature I will be ableto OU 79.i extra fancy 'I 7 t fll11 i hmilrS4

the Farmers' Alliance does not mean the It is reported th.t some of the wholesale city, and nobody is found who is reluctant the mostly late on James D. McCabe confederacy end of show exactly what percentage goes to Oa&NQ C-No I i white -0 I min I
f abrogation of the rights of any individual. merchants of Louisville are preparing : to indorse the movement. At Moot.gomery i part of he retail book dealer. It'varies from ->lUr-Uiolo*tlmoth-, law I'JatviUO
the of the late
_______ What it st-eks i ia to deprive a few individuals to boycott the Alliance Business and at very many other points library Henry I). Dawson. 10 to >5 per cent of the last price. For | No. 1 limotl-, UrK bile*. SI.U3) 1 olxiiMtiniiitbr
of special privileges by which the of but Ex-I petitions lu circulation On Maryland history this is the best private book that .aimall tait-t. ft.10;No lunoUir.fuiuJUM
change Kentucky, the \ are and are bong collection in existence. The example, a cost the child $1 No. 211ul&I", .. Isles, tl.OU.
: right of a majority of our citizen have men are getting ready to "block the rapidly signed. Iany judges probate : greatest value of the gift lies however cost the publisher 8 1-8 cent That's >U-al 1101 1 WIn j LI"t 0c. Wlio.l bran-
been wrested irora them. The privileged game." have written to Mrs. Vincent for in the abundance of what the legislature has l'wtutodgaiost. Lvgs lacks .t 40 1 iwki $1 40. Cotton
y classes have not only-absorbed the weilth, blank petition, and she i* in receipt<< of material fur ." MM-S inual-Sl 80 per cwlHloin to--** 8*

but seized the pollticoar power of civilized A HALF MILLION IN ASHES. etter* of ,sympathy and encouragement a history of the southern-.- -confederacy.- A Peculiar !?.... t.t Ui $4 M.tirtnrlt .

a, nations. A system of social and political --- from a number of prominent citizen of A In the case of the,Frank M. Hall Her -..
T. economy which compels tbe Jaborer to toilda'Jy A Disastrous Fire in Little the state. There is in favor of it a wonderful DIFFICULT JOB t chandlse Company versus the Duhloni-ga! Coff IlMiitArbuc.l KVJ 100 .

to keep want fiom hi* door, and 1* Rock Arkansas.Little unanimity of sentimdot through. Company, limited, a suit for $11,000now __! Le-orliiK's 25C. Own-titr* oboUwKitf
ao inflexible that tbe sickness of a week out Alabama. Bo, far a* ha beets oo- Detailed for The District i Attor- pending in the superior court of I I c|choice 7.Jo|good 11 l>{i ,.i iUu( commonItMllta.

entail want aol destitution upon hisS Rock, Ark., suffered terrible, observed there are but four newspapers ney at New Orleans. Lumpkin county, tbe attorney for thedefendant bu"ar-OalllaW' l.ol off Kr.nn-
family, i* one of the worst forms o( loss by tie Saturday night, originating in the state opposed to the pardon and Sated ) 1 t S4t .hi.
department of ask that the be .
at traovferrcd
in the justice, Washing case extra 0 4>ici;jelio exlr 0 '/ VrupO --
slavery. It i* labor which should employ dry goods establishment of Gits they object to it in very mild terms. i in to the United 48 common
ton receipt of a letter from District, Bt: t--s circuit court, I trans cl.i <450i Jlw 8@ 1
c.pital-aot capital which should Blsss & Co., a building of four stories. There are 181' In the 86S -
newspapers state of Attorney ,William Grant, at New Orleans, on the ground that the defendant company 'jt3 fol."oUIIII 11"luu
: employ labor. Capital the creature of The firm carried a stock valued at $tOO,. sort / 7o,
one or inother.'J'itneUnion.
-. who_wa* requested by it to., ascertain the' I i. a subject of a foreign kingdom 1(: ItCho.c Japan 1- _
labor made to serve and not to govern QUO. the largest retail dry good* house in CW.1;C'lnuD Xtfl Imlorl 8C.
that socti.m of, te The build Om Trial for Her XJI.. nationality Italian who were killed there "a corporation duly incorporated undo ,', VfriLnl.
labor ask that the"
It. country.
______ Organized special The trial at Birmingham of Mr.Clarence lut month, the circumstance under the law' of England. and a subject ul V"i'u ellj : dMa
tbe! side
privilege eoj'> d by the few be extended i ings occupied en by Lev-
yt Inson wholesale and Martin for the murder of her brother-in- which they came to this country, etc. The Great Britlao." In addition, tbe Petition 1 I f h.1 bbl
that be extended to liquor cigars and OB.
to or they ,
many WI; SpTalo. IO b
none. "Equal right to Ml and special on the north by Sweetman, florist, and law, Edward 1'. Martin, i* attracting district attorney say be bat encountered contains allegation of prejudice and 1 lbs pl 7' tnrDli.G _
considerable attention. The much more difficulty la getting at local influence preventing fair sod impartial .
I favor to none,"is our motto.-JLUianetTallahassee. A. Kuttner, millinery goods, were also celebrity some I a MOU-Jitti CluO" o..b !
Fla destroyed. Not a wall remained stand which the cue ha gaiped because of the of the particular in the case than be had trial of the case before a jury 1 1Lumpkln 10 Cudl.ruano la
_1 ( lag.! Blass' stock was insured for $200,* prominence of the parties, the peculiar anticipated, which has resulted in'delay* county Jude: .wmangrllutlll1 4. 011, Ul.a 71.w U 171. e

t The Farmerf *Vtdtt* (Alexandria 000. The total lots will not fall below circumstance and the romantic Incident ing his report. These particjlar refer to an order transferring the one.: A motionto s.tti.&jda-g'5.I'.' a !/".I/11. 6.

C La.) w.sely. : "Unity of action $: OOOOO attached, bu served to awaken a widespread the nationality of the men. lie ha madea remand the case may be made and the C..nXIX 61. U
very the workingmen says 'he only means interest in, the trial, and the court request to the department for certain right of a subject of Great Britain to II I 'lh

among for improving their condition, and to room ha been well filled with people. Information in ronnetion\ with the matter. transfer a case front tbe slate to the pal UY.( Cam. I '*-

secure thi there must be unity of fceati- ANARCHISTS ACTIVE. anxious to hear the evidence. It was United State court, under the uitiult) f $4.15OY.lo m"r.1! w **lDSlL&
meat No unity of tentimeat tan ezUt on the 6th of October that the trag. I An Oatmeal Combine. treaties between tbe two countries plllRed t/e. aura '.OU 373i t..t '

unless there i* education in that direction. Preparations for a Great Strikein edy out of which the case ha upon u it i Is said tbat the statute pro &I IJ :. "$3 SumS U

This to be accomplished must come from Europe on May Day. grown took place. All that wa at first A Chicago dispatch of Friday ssys: vfdinjfor the transfer of case makes no 6Yo nIckel, plain,1I .1 qtwlmiAu.lbtL
known to the The oatmeal millers 41f the bare direct provision! for the subject of
olle source The source of education' for public was that Edward T. country It ?0wd.rKd..k.iA I3Oik.a. _
the Alliance is its Buprtme Council meeting A London cablegram of Monday aayi; Martin, a prominent citizen of Birming. formed a combination to take the placeof foreign powers, but only for citizens andcorporations U Wi% u". *I Oi Wwl II &>JrU .

*. Here the from the A.drices from the continent represent a ham and a member of an old and highly the oatmeal trust, which weal to of other sUU. -
I people exprcMieg delegate their needs come, and in great activity prevm,ing among the anarchists respectable Alabama family, had been piece ab ut a year ago. One of the Jt Ntw Ola.... P-...... r'.. ... belliasIn.

council Unse means for ...eir relief.Trom who are t-rganizinsr for a general hot down on the street by a strange' member i* given a, authority for the Mr. Brosius, of Atlanta inventor of Cr rib e.' > 71(0 l I 14 _
: the principle and plan enunciated strike on May day. Incendiary circular woman, c: more than ordinary comeliness statement that there i II oo intention of I the Brosiu sewing machine motor, is si brand la. II1"Ilf.daw &

at these council the teachers-both lect- are being distributed in Paris, Vienna and whose manner and bearing 'in advancing price, the only object being work upon a maeUoe which, if success- t IA.D a'e.1 CuMI6"'Y" I'n
wen and journals-get their text and and Madrid, and it I* reported that not dicated food breeding and refinement. to limit the output anA prevent price ful, will I"olotlonlze cotton ginning r I '

should teach the people one uniform *}.' less than fifty thousand copies of these Later development indicated that this I ((olng lower.The lie has invented: ginning. protest which. (....t-,, r.d.s..
documents have been
tern. Any divergence from this i* sedition secretly delivered woman wa the deserted wife of Clarence will not break: Uio alice or COIK.O. it $uttcrWsstavOrs'e.fl1OS35cm
and should be dealt with a* such to the soldier of the Paris garrison. D. Martin, brother o( the man whd Cigar Makers' Demand. turnl out an unbroken, silky staple from us ci 1al8 .... flana.,. a.i ,

There most be a unity or there will be a ------ had been shot, and lhat she claimed that upland Stain, which it almost ss beautiul J .I8u.a .

failure and disruption. Expelling the Jews. Ed Martin had not only been instrumental The union cigar maker of ChIcago.who. as sea island cotton for years it has ," 12U.'1"I1atl
Tuesday the lament of a.teru spinner that adl J4; chl:1
in persuading: her husbaad to number about 1,800 men, on beta
a1. comes frosL' leaving her, but since that time sent their employer a formal noticeof the fibre wu *o broken- Mr. Brwiu ha K 0 p b"a-
la discussing the Alliance *nb-trr News traburg. But- ha-J I 7 I put but .
asury the
for uoginoed I't.l.CaLbses
bID and Senator Stanford's scheme. TitrtMM its that all Jews residing in that city dogged her footstep with hired detectives a demand for an advance of which wage they will oat mutured which a treatment will cause it to come oft the cumb W. lu.; (A1imais)". .I f
cotton pee
Farmer of Port Irvi' N. have been ordered to leave in the endeavor to procure evi My 4th, in default 11
ftva/y Cd.
by jay i anticipated. Med .hol '. without a break la the fiber. .
T., claim that a* a matter of fact if the This means the ruin of mapy Jews, duce on which could be bated ground I atrib. A long airuggle hsv.absckiagt* the only this; the p' e *. which bj the t ItLCast.
for divorce. This The claim to f
a she men
people1 right were properly respected although they will be permUted to reside pleaded a* provocation make the sInks physical not themlcal leave tb- ..
sad Eyelid there wood in ia the for hr desperate deed. Alleging amount of $1,000,000 to w'II' .MtiUUD4 I *,
Justice out, be province east and IOIIt fiber in such soft, glowOB4itl I a that Ja "
further that Ed Mania had 'puraedaad I a success.


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FRIDAY :MAY 1, 1&8Lf
..- J __ -. JAMES: rrarcnASD, President; W. II. flJABirsTT, vice-rresiaent--- ; -

THE EAST COAST .4DYOCATK 4A scramble. Of course the exceptional : parts of the' State, that lands ,on which came under our observation W. M. BHOWV, Cannier.
profits received Indian River were held recently An individual, in Ohio,
by growers: at/oae

JOVMIC-_evor o .TO TBS DITCLOFMC.1T > last year had more to do with producing thousand dollars per acre. Sour acquired a tract of one "hundred INDIAN RIVER STATE BANE
wcratv iathe Narrows
or rat IXMA*BITCH UfO the present activity than readers know:bow wide this state and fifty .ei>es of land ,

LAIC WOKTB*Ecnos else, but the ADVOCATE ment is of the:mark; and wewantthe worth 41,600 four.years ago. ,
believes it is entitled to a share of world to know that the home- lie came. down to look at .the land (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)

Office: } Avenue, Titusville! the credit for the present prosper,, seeker of limited .mf an can get and brought with him a.fine yacht, Authorized capital, $100,000

Indian, [River Florida. ity and bright prospectof the land just as cheap there as ,anywhere worth $1,100. On returninginorth. I Paid up capital, $25ooo
pineapple industry ; else in( the Statte. both his land and boat were apparently r-\N

Of course there .ne lands on.In focgottcn. During the i -=.:I Average deposits, $100,000

J'UBLlIIHED EVERY IFBIDAT.BMned than River held at eve thousand! present year he received .notice -
ADVICE TO YOUNG MEN dollars per acre ; and .the man who that his land had I been .sold for Transacts a General Banking

can afford to be I tfMtidious will) taxes, and'he was compelled to pay

at the Tltunvllto Pcwtoffiee M Becond- George W. Childa, proprietor of find very high priced real estate'in: one hundred .dollars for a quit Business

ClaN Mail Matter. the Philadelphia Ledger, whosereputation this section. If he.insists on getting claim deed te the holder of the

for generosity and a home in the beautiful Rock tax title ; in:the meantime his land Largest and Oldest Bank on the Hirer

IEBMS, lavarlablr'ht Advmce, benevolence Is world wide, has ledge hammock, with river front, having trebled in value, he could -

Check, Portal Oriler or One and Two Cent written a letter of advice to young and within a few hundred feet of well afford .to ,pay the sum demanded DIRECTORS

Bf 1'ocUge Stamp*. men which is well worth perusal. the Hotel Indian River, he will ; to clear up his title. :He Of A.rmiTTHABn the National Bank,W.B.of BA Jaekponv RegTrp lie,,),(J leet

CJIIe year,................... .................1.110 The Christmas dinner and Fourth have to pay a foncy Iprlct', but he .now turned this attention to 'his DURKBK (VIce-lTwIdent National Bank"Hi
81s Month...J.OO of July excursion given by this pays for the society and surroundings boat which instead of being worth JackmnvHto BROWK. ), W. 8. GRAHAM and W. 1?.

nn Mouth".60al.g1e eminent philanthropist to the -not for the soil alone. He three hundred iper cent \more than I COBBEBPONDKNTS.
So seaboard Rational Rank of New
Copy York
Philadelphia news-boys are -semiannual .land in when he abandoned it as in the III'
font to any Addreeee U. 6.or Canada,Prepaid can get Just as good fact National Bank of Jacksonville. N
occurrences which those better for agricultural purposes,' ease of his land, was in such I r.rITUSVILLE. FLA.

Bdttor.................... WAIII'U- GRAR M. street arabs have enjoyed hugely at '2i.00 per acre, but not in the wretched condition that he accepted -=:
for many years. The editor of the heart of the Rockledge settlement.The an offer asaoeiaM-Edltor A: lfaneger,...iC. H;WAITOS INDIAN RIVER STEAMBOAT COMPANY
Ledger is a friend of left. This ,
warm oung {property of CoL IL L.:Hart, the wreck that was

r America," and when it k remembered of Palatka, adjoining the'beautiful .same Individual is now 'howling t1o0t/

We do not hold onrnelre rexponnlblA for the that his own life has been Barnes place at Rockledge,. was about "tax speculators" and "land

pl.lon" of onr coire pondent commuuicaUon.", but we claim remarkably successful as a resultof sold recently James M. Paine, sharks," but has mo fault whatever
IM right to reject anjr
adherence to the rules which he of Minneapolis for '-i-OOO. It to:Und with the -wind and weather

Communication for ride publication 4It tbe paper most be writ and recommends for adoption they was a parcel of unimproved land which destroyed Us boat. If he,,
,bimlMtoevery t,. aooompanled ray the should be entitled I
wriunr'i name and addren, not nerennarlly for to more than containing a fraction over two were consistent be would say less
publication,but as a guarantee of pod W th. ordinary consideration. The income acres ; the price paid amounted to about our defective tax --system I

of Mr. Childs. from his na. about $2,000 per acre ; hut the and censure our legislature for

per, is something over a thousand purchaser got a bargain, and would not passing a law providing for STR. ST. AUGUSTINE-LEAVES TrrusvitJ.: (with Mails) I

ADVERTISING KATOgt dollars per day. lie is a practical have no trouble to sell the propertyat the'keeping of abandoned. .boats in 1n aily.(except Sunday} at .... .... .. :.. .... ... ... .... .. 6 a. m
ran TEAL man-not a theorist; and his advice an advance.All a seaworthy condition. He mightdo Arrives at Eau Oallie dally (except Sundays) at... ...,12 30 p. m i 1
II Melbourne .. ... I
................... is founded his 130
One Inch, 11090 upon own personal real estate is worth what it so with just as much season. Leaves .' .... .... 2:00 i iII
........ ...............
Two Inch, i ISM experience. The following will If His abandoned land several II ', I
bring. prices are:too high put Eau Gallle" .... .... .230
...................... !MM
Three inch is an extract from his letter. -how l is it that we succeed in effecting thousand dollars 5n his ,pocket Arrives Titusville II II .... ....,830 '
Your Inch,....................... 28.09 I'I'STU.
Col........ 30.0 "A man should not only UM all his so sales? As a matter ...inf__....lfA utAhdlnU'. the__ trlhiifn___._ nAMe ._ 8EBA81'IAN-LEAVE8 EAU- OALtlR with( Malls-
Fire Inch,or Quarter many ----- ----- u u n.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at... .. .. ..; .;; ; .;.;;:.; :1:00
faculties but be m
Half Column,........".......... KM constantly developing or tact it is the nign :jmceci the tax title speculator, /while his p. I
..................100.09 them, so that he can do more. If LEAVES: MFLBOCHXE
Whole Column, jump at a thing with your whole heart you lands that arc mostly in demand. I boat property dwindled to not' ling. Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays at.. .... ... .... .... ... .1:30 "
level:Month,divide. the yearly rate by two and mind though you may not be exceptionally There are several, parties who wish It would be a good plan to pro. Arrives at Jupiter, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at..8.00 "
UM!atld 10 per cent.fat able it Is wonderful how to secure a few acres of river frontin vide on inexpensive way for nonresidents : LEAVES JUPITER

Three Month, divide the yearly rate by much you may accomplish. But if you the vicinity of the Hotel Indian to remove tax clouds Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at... .. ; .... .. ... .. .. .8-00 a. m
foor,and add:80 per cent. are half-hearted, you will fall. You Arrives at Melbourne Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays at .5:OO "
must not River who are not particular about from their title, but the bars shouldnot Eau Gallie "_ ..530 II8TH.
Local AdvertlMmentt, Ten Cent Per Line yield to the temptation to re-
Bach Insertion. lax your efforts and turn off and amuse the price, but thus far have failed be let down as low as Senator GZORGIANA-LEAVES TITCSVILLE

Matter, not In "Local New" yourself. When I was young I lived to find anything for sale. Indian Hammond proposes, or railroad Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at ...'. .. .. .. .. ...... ... ... 7:008. m
.niumn ,Five Cent Per" Line Each Iniertlon. lands like Indian River oranges corporations will not pay a cent of
knew me and I have in LEAVES OJUIOND
Legal Advertlcemente at Legal Rate time and witnessed might the performance gone any have certain qualities which taxes during the next few years. Tuesdays, Thursdays Saturdays.... .. ... .. .. ... .... .7:00 a. m
without having to pay for It. Other render them more valuable than At the end of that time a majorityof Arrives at Titusville Tuesdays Thursdays at.. .. .. .. .. .. ..S.-OOp. m
WMLU"Alt the above rate are for one edition per boys, acquaintances of mine, used to do those of the interior. But we are the citizens of Florida will be Q.j} D. ACKERLV W. B. WATSON

'" Bill collected It: and I would have liked to do It. But satisfied, anyone who knows. how in debt to the State for taxes andit Gen'L Fass. Agent Superintendent-
monthly. I it and made
over mind \
that I would up my to probe the matter to the bottom will be an easy matter for themto NOTIOE'-
not.And I
never did.
Check,etc.,may be made payable to "Graham
..waUoo." Thlilelf-denlal. if it may be called that and will make the attempt will elect a legislature pledged to IS HEREBY GIVEN 'THAT THE
did not make me morose or unhappy. find that real estate on Indian pass a law wiping out all delinquent NOTICE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED
tf Merchant and all other to whom we are On the 'I will be sold at Public Auction on the ((1st) First Day of June, A. D.
Indebted will oblige us by preaentlng their bill I took an contrary Interest in was always and cheerful.took River is not as a rule held at unreasonable taxes and start fresh again. ((1891)) Eighteen Hundred and Ninety One, at the Court House at Titusville, In the
Oi*)lat of every month fur prompt lettlement. pleasure in doing It my well, and In the prices. Excellent lands Mr. Atkinson our representative, County of Brevard in the State of Florida, or so much thereof as will be necessary
feeling that I was getting on, and in a can be had on Merritt's Island, has prepared an excellent tax bill, to pay the amount due for Town Taxes herein set opposite to the same together
with the costa of sale and
Address all communication to way to become something. And that apposite Rockledge, at twenty dollars and when a favorable opportunity advertising.

EAST COAST ADVOCATE, sort of pleasure Is, after all, more real per acre ; and by going back offers will introduce his measure.
and lasting than Is to be got from going from the river mile land- It is conservative Owner. Description. Amount
TmrnviLLB FLORIDA. to a theatre when one might be doing a good -but effective,
P.a Box,323T river front for and believe will
something useful. just as good as we be passed with II *
Q Hawley lot 7 Wager's subdivision block A... .. ..
2 70
44As time went on I kept bettering my making a living-can be had anywhere few amendments. It provides that Unknown n. of lot 1 block B.. .. ... .. .... .... 00
>..A..N. I'ullic position Ledger and when building I had I an believe office In I said the in the county for |5.00 per the holder of a tax title shall only Unknown lots 1, 2, 8, 4, 5, 6 and 7 block F.. ..,. 15 W

to myself that sometime I will that acre. But the trouble is, all the hold a lien for his claim for three W A Rowland part Iota 8 and 10 des deed book J,. page

Indian River Lodge, No. 00, Free amd paper. At rate, I dlreo ed own workin Drosoectors want a river front and years, and that at the end of that | 3:17: block F,... ... .... .. .... .. .. .. 225
{ Accepted Masons, hold their meetings any. my this desire Unknown lot 1 block J...... .... .... ..., ...... ..
sucn a tnat, when the time their has forced time shall
was also
at 1:80 p. m., In Masonic Hall, in the India to manage it There, was is little able prices to a fancy figure. foreclosing his lien in court. Unknown lots block K.. .... .. .. .. ...t.., .. .. .... 120
RIver State Bank building Titus- in procuring valuable property unless use Up to the present time few settlers Unknown lot 8, e sub div of block 4... .... ,... ... 60

tffle.Waiting brethren are cordially Invited you have trained yourself to use It in a cared to look at anything THE FLORIDA STANDARD. Geo Unknown Welser < lot 10, e sub div of block 4...; .. .. ... 120
6 old
4 as of
Titusville 75
proper manner. The changes that I except a river front and with per map
ta IiUen made In the paper at first had the effectof ; J W S Adams Wi of lot 3, block 5.... .. .. .... .. ... .... 225
WALTEB S. GRAHAM, W. M. decreasing its circulation but before good reason for it was impracticable Unknown lot 2, block 6... .... .... ... .. ... .... .. '750
JOSEPH MENDELL: Secrety.Farmer' ; to haul their THE STANDARD is to be Geo Weliier lot
long It increased again until it greatly .products a long congratulated .. 7, 75
surpassed what it had ever been before. distance to the river which was the pn its full reports from Tallahassee Mrs M Wilbur lots, 00
., Alliance. Unknown
I have always believed that it I* possible only outlet. But as soon as the excellent State news, and Mrs M E Titus lot lot 1, block 45

Tttusvllle Lodge of the Farmers al- to unite success in business with strict Lake Jessup Indian River and for the manner in which its local Unknown agent lot 4 2., block block 75
DMM meets regularly on the first and people moral Integrity.think that I the am ethics aware of that business many Atlantic Railroad Is constructed, reporters do their work. Its legis A Gardner lot '7. block 20

ttslyd-Saturdays of each month at the and ,of politics are quite distinct and a large percentage 'of future settlers lative reports, and record of occurrences Unknown lot 9, block 45
Court House. Visiting member of the Unknown
( dec...invited to attend. that a man may do things In his public will take advantage of the low at the State capital are ,! Unknown lot 6, block 23
emnlovtnfint which he- will not- think- la priced lands through which it runs equal if not superior to.those of Unknown lot 4, block 23
right lo do tn his domestic; .' lot 5, block 23
or private
and our settlements will no longerbe the Timu. Union; and we believeit Unknown lot 7 block
We by the notice of incorporation life. I do not agree with this view and 30.
If the record of my life has any value it confined, as heretofpre, to the covers the ground in the matterof Unknown lot 8. block SO
of the "Lake Jesiup, Indian Is :in showing that at least it Is not necessary river front, but thriving hamlets local Item. of interest in and Unknown lot 9, block 30
River and Atlantic R'y Co.," In business that a should Unknown lot 12, block 23
will about
spring into existence 'Jacksonville in
along a manner C J Hector -
which fa in the Public indulge In "sharp" But lot 10, 45
now running practices. even
lt lri(, that its capital i. to be U it were necessary, still it would not the line of the road, and the high, that will compare favorably with UnknownUnknown lot 16 A 7, 30
follow that It Is worth while. There are healthy, rolling lands, lying back that of the great and good. The e i lot 21, 15
000.0.. The notice does not higher satisfactions than the mere gettingof from the river, will be .made to constant attacks the Standard sees Unknown lot 22 A. 23, 30

tate what proportion of the eapl money; and riches cannot compensate "blossom as the rose." fit to make upon the editor of the Unknown Unknown' < lot64 6..3 08
tails to>> be paid up. The line pro- a man for the consciousness of having Time Union lot 58, 08
and the frequent use B Godfrey lot 23 .
lived dishonorable ,
a and selfish life. 15
psm, ultimately, to build to Lake
of the word "liar, and even more lot 25, 15
Worth; and we are confident if TAX REFORM. unpardonable epithets detract Unknown lot 26, 45
it i* coastructed to Coquina during i Unknown lot 31,
OUR LANDS NOT HIGH PRICED. very much from the usefulnessand Unknown 15
the the lot 30 and 40.
present tourist
year, heavy 30
tmvel We are popularity of the Standard; Unknown lot 49, 15
to Lake Worth, and the strongly opposed to Geo
immense production of the pineapple Mr. W P. Franklin, of Cox aek. Senator Hammond's tax bill which and if Col. Merrill will curb hi. Unknown Mackenzie lot I 53, 13
anger, animosity or whatever else 56, -
section, will warrant an ex. ie-OJitthe-Hudson, who has a long some of our exchanges would like it Robbins A Graham lots 60, 61 A
be that
tuition to its terminus within a letter in the last issue of the Public to resurrect We'are in favor of nified may prompts his undig. Unknown lot 67, 1

vary few years. Spirit, is controlled by the erroneous any amendment that might be utterances, the ADVOCATE Unknown lot 1,

and popular idea that land made to the present law for the and a great many other impartial Unknown block B... 1*
journals, with the fair-minded lot 1, block C 15
caaaot be had at reasonable priceson purpose of protecting nonresidentland Unknown
THE PINEAPPLE INDUSTRY.! Indian River. And yet in the owners being put to loss, have people throughout the State would Unknown \ lot 1 tract 5, block of C &
a wArmer for
advertising columns of the same worry or inconvenience throughthe feeling e by

Ac an instance of the activity inldnaapple paper his card appears as "North. sale of their lands for taxes And higher opinion of the Standard. Unknown \. DeLeon st .. .... .... ...... 80-
lands we would state ern agent for Florida lands," and by mistake. 1 tract of land bounded n by Broad st, e

that a few weeks ago there appeared he solicits the sale of land from We know there cases where The Steamer Sweeney by Canaveral st, s by E A. Q add to Ti
are tusville, w by De Soto st..... .... .... 450
be Smith
in the ADVOCATE a five line our people. If property owners, nonresident owners make an effortto hauled off on May lit for guardian w.J of lIe_ i except land nt ..h,_>._._ ..nil

advertisement.. elating. that 383 who care to sell have any confidence oav.. but fall In_ the__n attempt_____ :. palatine etc. Due notice will- be- .rinn,-. _- E R Barrie !tonald'aai acre.- .... .... ....H.....-.-.-. 5:1
acna 01- imii ciass 01- propertycould in his ability to act as a but these cases are rare-and when she will resume her regular tripe Whitlock lot a part lot I. 14 acree.... ....... .." "" 2 7 0-

be had at a low figure. There land broker, be will find out within after all it is their own fault. It. P. PADPISON, General Manager. Florida Canning Company 7. Morrow' addition to TltUle..,. 90
representing houses
were only one hundred yards of the next few weeks that good lands, Many tax collectors in Florida pay W II A Rawla blocks 84 sir 35 and 212 on the feet whart.of block.... .. 300 8"
sirer front, and yet in less than well located, can be had cheap on no attention whatever to letters of The Senatorial Question. Unknown lot 2, Coleman' addition to TltuaYlUe.. 160

tea.days the entire tract was sold, Indian River. Excellent hammock inquiry from non-residents and Iota 6., 10. 11 sit U, Celeman' additioD

and letter in answer to the advertisement land can be had near Titusville at many letters are received by; the The following brief but pointed com Unknown Iota to 8 11tua\'IUe.& 9, Tltul'..addition.. .. 40
are being received from twenty dollars per acre, and the county treasurers, who have nothing munication come from one of the heaviest C E!: Campbell ;, part of s e of s e t del deed to book L 120

all parts of the county and State. same character of land can be had to do with the collection of taxpayers In the county. A man Unknown Ogee In ,

The next few years will witness in the Narrows' neighborhood at taxes, the writer supposing the whose hair Is becoming white with age I' n; w T of ir$ec 3T2 iM 300

development of the pineapple In. the same figure. There is plentyof treasurer to be the official and whose sterling democracy has endured i WEAndrewsli .........PERSONAL. PBOPJlBTT.:
... .. .
dostry that will go away ahead of land at Orchid postoffice for. judging from the system which the trials of over forty years. A Rich C Cassidy '.,. .... .. .. ..,to.. .. .. .... ........ ........ ._._.........,.. 1 60 75G

the widest prediction of the great. sale at twenty dollars per acre, andit prevail. in their own state. Many man whose voice should command respect C R Curley Coil,,. ..... ............. .. .. .. .. .............. 15

enthusiasts on the culture of is high, rich hammock; no better people buy land in Florida without whenever It I* raised on County or E EngUah ....... .. ........ .... .. .... .... .. ... SO
tola fruit. orange or vegetable land can seeing it and visited State matters. Andrew Ellenwood ,..... ........ .. ... ..... .. .. .... .... 30N
never having ... ...
.. ..
.. .. .. .. .... ...
... ..
The ADVOCATE published a few be found in the State; and lying our State, know nothing about our Fail Coat Adtotatt: U BIlere ...n, .... .... .... ...... .... .. IS
articles last August and September as it does on the peninsula betweenthe tax system, and neglect the pay. We, the people will remember the E L Jennlnp ey ". .... ........ .... .... .... .... .... .... 75
treating of pineapple culture, its river and the ocean it is well ment of taxes year after year and that representative Samuel James .... ...,........ .. .. .. ...,...... .;.... 75
profits and possibilities. Our re- protected from frost The idea yet when they find has we sent to the Legislature 'V B KelUx ..r.. ...::.,. ...... .... .. .. .. .. .. ...... 15
someone ; that ignores our wishes as our senator ... .;...... ...... ...... .. .. .. .. .
DUb were copied far and wide, prevails in other parts of the State secured a tax title to their .... ... .... .. .. .
sadly does; and if he ever comes up again, J Miller ............ .... ....... 7S
amd found their way to such Jour. that good land cannot be had on neglected property they raise a will khow how to vote Who IMNabbette .... ... .... .... .... ............... .... 75Thos
ball as the Jfannfacturert( JieyorJ Indian River at less than one mournful howl about our tax laws, the representative the sovereign, 1IcYulty ..... .... .... .... .... .. ......... .... .... 75
or that .. .... .
Shortly afterwards demand people put ... ........ .... .... .. ..
a for hundred dollars per acre and we while our land Brock Re\'el. ..... 30
corporationsand him where ... ....
poor he .
is ...
f ;.. ..
WB .. .... .... ... .:..
Walite1D 75
has pineapple lands was noticed' and were told, five years ago when look. the owners of Spanish grants This county U for Call every tiate, J S 'VataoD & Co .... .. .... .... .... .... ... .. .... .,... SO
continued to develop until to- ing about with a view of locating, join in the chorus. and the senator knows Sidney Wilbur .... .... .... .... ... .... .... ........... 4 I O

61 it It nothing short of a regular by the people of Orlando and other Let us give an instance, ,of SOCTB uyABD. .... .... .... .. .... .... ..... .... ..;. 'Z
A. CIRCLE, City Tax Collector.

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. ; THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE, FRIDAY, HAY 1, 1891.X -, ,, _J 6 ,


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)() try -of Erery Descriptloi With, a Refrigerator, Ice Cream: Freezer, Cooler, Etc.,

:X>00)() ,BOGS: FANCY STOCK. At the same time Protect Yon from Mosquitoes with Screen Wire, green & galvanized ;, Windows Door Frames. '


F. T. BUDGE Titusville Fla
log ji kite filled same day receive* .

ritelor and .
particulars prices.P. ---- ----- -

8. JOHNSTON, ) The is that all the time Woodward' OLMSTEAD
roarer. strange part we I Pictures, 4 for Metat H. 11. ,

were shooting, the two horses stood perfectly tent, Titusville. Picture of a whole<

lrer t still with the bridles pulled over family for 60ct Also fine collection of The Pioneer Dealer in INDIAN RIVER LUMBER
;' '
.Correspondence. their heads, and they had stood so OD Florida views for sale. 8t.f.
'lent every occasion on which we were out / ,

ie' g, ,: l e'd not hold owtehtt retpontble shooting game. Notice. COJ.\lp

,kr k.nt i acts pM4ou of our corretpoiultttlt One of our engineers and I went for a : To All Whom It May Concern Eau Gallie. ,

day's pigeon shooting early In Septen I IS HEREBY GIVEN that appllcaI Incorporated !Feb. GSth 1891. j
I IIII I NOTICE will be made to the Legislature of I keep in Mock a Choice variety 01 ,
ber. After a long ride we came to the
I hr from Buenos Ayres. I I the State of Florida<< ,at its next essfcni, to pa*.
:+o I 1 edge of the monte (which Is the patuia a local or special bill to legalise the GROCERIES, IfAUDWAllK, TITUSVILLE FLA.S
tlon of the Town of Eau Qallle. In the county of 7
for of shrubs and could CROCKE15Y TOILET ARTICLES ETC< I
1 undergrowth ) Brevard and to declare<< the lncor|>orati<>n of ,

- JANUARY, 1891. : see over miles of camp, but not a tree to lu define Oaille the valid 1"lInlari.and of full of force paid and Town eRect of,Kai and And will Sell as Low as the Lowest. COMPLETE STOCK OK tv f i x

k& EDITOR,-I might almosteommeae visible even with a field glass, so we hobbled Uallle and to chance the prevent bouniUrleR (to Stock,
tile Call and examine my 18 and Skiff
that limit will contain I14'U..not House Lumber
this letter by saying that nei our horses, lay down for a chance 8, II, 9, IS, 1A. 11, 80, 31 and U2 of Township :2. ,
ei7 tu'the memory of the oldest inhab! shot, and got two birds. I was crawling South, Range 8. East. I '

|Wnof this Republic has the heat been along through the bushes when I laW aofeb.apt H. J. E. ENDER & CO., Brick, Lime, Cement, Fire-Brick, A,

>|terrifio as It Is now. It was balongik something walk right in front of me Notice.In "VV'a.tohzn.a.1I.orsA: : Mouldings Lath and Shingles :.; .'

In March last when I had a touch! about fifteen yards off. It was a lovely yw
the Circuit Court for the 7th J"final IIIAKUFACTURIKG
sunstroke; but that was nothing tolelititive grey foxIle never saw me, and was Circuit of Florida, in and for Prrrancmutty Brackets Pickets Turned Wort hh

; have to endure Yesterday looking about quite unsuspectingly. It A. 1)1S91. In Chancery. JEWELERS .
EJOu.sos Fraan.od: : to Ordor.
!on going to my wardrobe I law was like my luck not to have with me a CHARLES A. SMITH) Titusvillo, Pin
5 Bill for Divorce. 11. HANSON
ckintosh in a huddled mass lying cartridge of pellets. I had only No. 6 LAURA S.lTa.WHEREAS"VP. ) ___ --.c--- ____ ___ __ MaiinKer.ProfoHsicmul _

:''floor. and the velvet collar banf shot, so of course he got appears by the bill of COm- Repairing of Fine and Complicate t .

.the hook. The heat bad literally away.F.. W. M. filed In the above entitledcause Watches; netting of Diamonds and other Cnl'dt'1.' J.. M. Sanders Co.
worn to by complainant) and that the Precious Stone ,
t partnership. The remarks I said defendant. Laura Smith, reside withon
U Alllfrator and Hog Tusks Carved and OEOMOC .. RonniMi. WALTKaS.Oa.\II.\II, Denier In ,
'hetace of Florlila,and that she I tin
1 I raised the pulp from the floe HAI-DAT PICNIC, REGATTA AND BALL ace of twenty-one years, and<< that the* over place of Mounted for cann-hnadit, brooches, etc. A GRAHAM,
Ik'I fear, be hardly considered par the residence of defendant I le unknown,and that Shell Jewelry'! made. TJOUBINS DRY GOODS NOTIONS
said bill la filed for the of procuring i a .
At Cocoa pu In S. U. ll y's new'building, opposite
I- ry; neither would they look well -Rockledge. decree of divorce between the complainant and ATTORNEYS-AT.LAW, ,
defemlant. It Is therefore, ordered that the corner from IWoffice. '
: so I leave them k the Imaging aid defendant, Laura Smith, do appear and Prompt attention to all orders by mall! TITUSVILLK, Brevard Co., Florida. CROCKERY,)

answer laid bill at the clerk'.oilier In Titan. or otherwise. 21nov I'.O. Ices,2M SADDLERY, ,
A Glorious Time Anticipated .lIIet Hrevard county, Florida, on or before the
other morning I left my double Sth day of June, A. I>. IMtl, or said. bill will betaken Wl1IpracoI..ln all therotmtlenof',, the Seventh! STATIONERY,
.paln.tsaid detendanta.confessed. Circuit and In the Hnpreme( "rt. Hjierlal firllltloi '
I gun leaning'againlt the table At > It I* further ordered that the notice of this for Examining and IVrfertlng land< FAMILY MEDICINES,
"'Ca.-tilIa," and opposite the open; This Lovely Spot. order be published weekly for the .,...,.of three HODGES & GODFREY Tltkm.and Correiiiiondenre. willclte.l from Claim.allta HARDEN SEEDS. F
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Thle great re-union of Indian River month In the EAST COAST ADVOCATE a new* ,
aThe sun shone on It almost all publlehedinTitusrille, Breyara county, Money to Loan.TQ 1 CIIOICi GltOCKKIKS, ,
residents should be attended Florida.ordered, Manufacturers of t
on return In the afternoon ,
my at Chamber, In PeLand, Fla., this
1 It pretty lively when I lifted it, crowd. The committee having charge ZOth day of February, A. D. 18 1. Yellow' Pine Lumber L. GAULDKN, FINE PATENT FLOUR
ef the JOHN D. HHOOMR: .
have been well select
kVas red plot and the catch programme c1r- OOOOO. I'1orida.s. .
nearly Judge of the Circuit Court, lilt Judicial :
'" ,d and there is doubt the will ATTOIIXEY-AT-LAW
no cultof Florida.I HOWII A DKE88KD ,
I grip block had melted off. I have ,
certify that the foregoing,' I.a true copy of
be an exceptional success. the order of publication made In this Orange Des Head, TtTUSVUJJC, KU
:H to be repaired and hope that CUt Fruit Vegetable! Crates. W. Rogers
This annual gathering whether at TituBvllle,Fla.,March 2nd, 111II1 ,
; it In the shade will preserve Itfcl A.A.STKWABT, Clerk. Lumber.delivered at any part of Indian River T. SANDERS DEALER IN CLOTHING
beautiful Oleander Point or elsewhere D L. OAULDKN, on through bill of Anyone rontemplai JAS. ,
.... dropping dead in the streets I I. Solicitor for complainant. 6mar3ni Ing:building on the. East Coast, would do well tn
"_ _.unusual sight here In the hoar on Indian lUver-has always been an enjoyable write for rl.o. The Pawuilll In situated on, the A ATTORNEY -LAW, Gents Furnishing! Goods, Shoes, Hats,
I JM T.& K. W.Ity..II mile couth of falutka '
affair all of
to our peopleoldas Notice.NOTICE Will In all the Court of the Seventh
r. Agents tCoc 4E.StilingjEat; lallle, EugenBralnerU. practice Caps, Umbrellas, Trunks, Valises,
well as young. Judicial Circuit: of Florida.r.
these epistolatory efforts of miryrnvther IS HEREBY GIVEN of the forma emurptl FINE CIGARS Etc. ,
"rt egotistical, but as they age The mothers and fathers enjoy meetIng of a corporation, to be known a* UM Satsuma Hlghtx, Putnan to., Fin o.nux,235. to TITI'SVILLEELA.Money ID i The only house In town, making a specialty S'
their old friends and talking of day Canaveral Land and Harbor ImprovementCompany
ptlons of scenes In which I am, ami ," with place of business at TitusvilleFlorida. of Ucnts. Furnishing Goods.

V n i personally mixed up, the ego< agone.. The orange and vegetable grow. The general; nature of the luminous to. GEO. ALTREE, M. I). L. DODSONgJJ" Drop in and cxamlno my stock, and' txj
be transacted by the will be the Improremeut /
er finds it agreeable to notes company
I"easily omitted. The horse provi. compare of the harbor at the Bight of Cans. BROKER AND COMMISSION AGENT compare pi'Ices. Cash customers com- .
f with other representative agriculturists eral, In Hrevard couutyt'lnrl"'l) 'h.con.'nlcU.! mand every consideration competitors
.r me by the Railway company en on maintenance and operation of a Pier at talipoint I SPECIALIST IN OPERATIVE SURGI. claim to confer.
I'I The doctor is happy In mingling with Titusvillo Fla. ,
the and selling of ,
vat in Oalvez was a nice one, very; ) buying Improvement I
real estate: the of resort and of Call when convenient. First door
his erstwhile and the a a
ft a l't'gula.r'demon for rearing and patients, lawyer commercial port at a site to be selected by the Agent for Pianos and Organ.; Florida CAL & MECHANICAL DENTISTRY,
little ,be embrace. the opportunity to bestow i a company on paid harbor; and the general bus!- Brick and Lime; New Process Uasolini south of ADVOCATK office.)
I after training
j, hand-shake and smile to his of ness of a town site company) the construction Stove that cannot explode. TITUBVILLK:, FLORIDA. e
I following and of said site
operation a tramwayconnectlng
io tame he would stand between
clients in fact it Is re-union in which with the Banana Hlver. The amount of the Will at all times handle every dliiorlpt DIXON & Git AY
,,tils. of one line while the train pas ; capital stock authorized shall, for the present, Ion of New and Second Hand Furniture. TAR. B. L. WILLS, ;
in the other. I often rode to the the doctor, lawyer, merchant, priest and be The five thousand shall dollar, to be Ita paid up In full. In fact will get anything to supply the Dealer In

"llne station, down to the engine butcher will mingle, and find that it I.I company a* soon a* its commence article of amoclatlon corporate and exIstence wants of the People. PHYSICIAN A; SURGEON, Drills Chemicals Perfumery Toilet '
c "good to be there." by-law are Bled. with the Clerk of Court of Hre Tradesmen's Soiled blocks Disposed of. A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania ,
and the station master prophet yard county and with the Secretary of Stateand ,
Will sell Commission
The brave and the fair-young men continue for the term of twenty yean.The on by private treaty; and an experience of twenty Articles, Fine Soaps, Stationery
!would get mashed up'lOme day bustnem of the company win be conducted or Public Auction, anything you want years in practice, offers his services to '
and maidens will rehearse the old old
i to buy a horse cloth to put un. by a freoohlen". secretary and treasurer,and a to turn the citizens of Titusville and vicinity. JEWELRY,
meander the board 0 than three director, the number Cash advanced Goods for 'absolute
story as they along lovely; on SPECTACLES ASEWING ;
he saddleas It would hurt the back of to lie fixed each year by the stockholders orricf: OVER: j. w. Rookcs A co. .
hammock walks between Cocoa and The officer shall elected by the director who sale. MACHINES'.
ye horse, they being built altogetbKerently hall themselves be elected by the .tockba".r.a'
to ours. I have had with Rockledge as the shades of evening cast : th* annual meeting to be held on the first S LA RUE P ELY, Gun., Pistols, Watches and
a romantic mantle o'er the scene; and at Tnmday of March of each year. The highest Wy ywi aH Machinery Repaired. Clock
horse a couple of experience! amount of indebted_ to which the corporation C) { JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 17TH DIET and Jewelry a Specialty,
t night the jolly crews of the successful can at any time subject Itself shall not ex-
.ogh which should not care to live exceed ninety per cent of Its capital stuck ftii :Notary Public for the State SI Large. School Books and School Supplies.
and less fortunate crafts will the
I spent a great part of my timei "trip paid In. S Contractor and Builder .' sip*. Subscriptions taken at publisher' price
fantastic" to celebrated their victory DWIOHT W. TCTTLE, Hence. Natural Bpeclalty.7MKLBOURNE
light Finish a for Books
Newspapers, Magazines, etc
i i saddle, and at first found it a lit SIDNEY WlLBUB,
or drown the harrowing memory of (into.M. RoBniHN.WALTE FLA.TOTlU.lA.XXl Prescriptions carefully compounded at.
Jgntng, as the horses do not trot,
their defeat. i time day night. 1
oars only canter and gallop. WIIUAM A. WooowAan, any or 't
{ The ADVOCATE expects to be on hand W Incorporator IPuttoh:
-i afternoon In October my chum ,
h- In force to shake with its friends
many C) Drayman.
r saddled our hone and went fri a Notice. a
and get the points for next week'.I..ue.Valkaria. Hauling done at reuonable rate. Attends -
i i (wild deer) hunt. When I wenat Tn Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial all departing, and meets all ant Patent Medicines
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the thermometer registerd 120 Circuit of Florida in and for Brevard Ing trains. : ,,

i In the shade, I think I have said county, A. D. 1891.DwiOBT .Orders left with G. B. Humph or at "

h to convey that the weather was The schooner Queen, of Eau Gallic, ye.K. SEWARD! 11 ADVOCATE office will' receive prompt Elegant Perfumery, and Toilet Articles

Having fired all our cartridges ira* laying at our dock last Sunday. Oscar Hal, a* administrator i'g attention. '
of the estate of Aaron P. o Kept constantly on; hand at
it killing'a gtma, we "ran" a Next year, If we have no frost, some Cleveland,daceaaed. .4.. :J:1WroBohor:

_-j a the hope of running one down. thousands of pineapples .will be shipped Catherine widow Cleveland; his ; HAI TITUSVILLE, FLA., J. 33. Screven's .

-i went' like blazes (since I have seen a from here. .AarutI fe'n.dMr'B. Foreclosure Keeps a full supply of Metallic and

on fire I consider this the perfect- Louis K. Brainard Is building a fine, Pb ftof a simile) and during the run I lost cath.ria.Cleveland Coffin, Cases and Casket
.. wo-story house to put a"somedody" In. Charles Cleveland, '
*ap, but I marked the place and de- le has lately sold ten acres of land to Deborob Hall,her c.husband Hall and, Oscar Funerals attended If desired. All oi- Also the latest Newspapers, Periodicals

t srtilaed to get it when returning. I Oeorri Cleveland, den and at reasonable .. etc. I
....\we saw that the ,ama were too ifr. Frank Butcher of Chicago. :, William Julia CIe........ sad rate. Embalming done. :2M.
his ,
Ernest Swedellus will plant out quite Cleveland wife
and our horses too tired,we polled aDd Samuel B.Cleveland,and FOR .
a number of Porto Rico pineapples this I Mary Cleveland,hU ..ue.I : X3. SLi=]1TLOll,
sad I then perceived that my 'steed summer. He will make a shelter over I laving shown by affidavit of PINEAPPLE '

1 the bridles over their heads In Albert Segerstrom will take charge of Cleveland ud Julia Cleveland bl. wife; ,
ud Samuel Cleveland ud Cleveland
position a native horse never the beacon here, In place of Mr. Brisoo wit.,an each over\be age 01 Mary If'_1 and,that bI. Titusvillo, Fla.
of lifted animal's who will be busy the' whole summer i ,hey each reside oatal. the State 01 I1urtda
i moving. my working for Capt. McFadden on sail- bet wIbIabe United StaCee. PLANTATION Work contracted for on any part oj f t :Eoori

-foot to look at It, and the moment I boata.It .1 levelaad It fa &benton William ordered ileveland.tbat. UM and Juice Indian River 8Jno.McAlllster ,

red it, off he started and my chum'saccompanied Cleveland: late wit. and Samuel :Je..Iaa4 and
him. You should it keep. on Improving, as It hasbeen I iarvaeVelaiid. hii wife. aaawer or demur to T. ZD. D.i.oharClB CIGARS ETC.OF
_, doing for the put two yean, Val-- the bill of complaint Jed In this caiue oo or .
.I'\ see the deligkt of those bones. aria will take quite a place on the river. beton Monday. the eta day of May' A6. 1591. Eden Indian Riper Florida. ,I
J will be taiea THE FINEST QUALITY,
went on with aU sorts of antics, AI for location-we think it is one of :0.--: against them a* ,

{positively laughed at us. In two the best I' I' fa further ordered that a copy hereof be Contractor for oo TO

-ites both bridles were broken, so the Mr. Q. G. Brainard was seriously bitten published. in the one E.u'P a week CoAn'for ADVUOAT5 tOlU eoe.ecutlveweek. a news- T. W. S&L..LDrOoymOon: -....-.&;&., & Itcnakcr
In the hand by a six foot alligator a pIer. pczb1lJtlled ID Bread C4>IIDC)'. Artesian Wells Losley
'I J creatures had nothing to hinder short time ago. These kind of pets are I Witness the H-.ble John D. Broome ,,,31i ,

r enjoyment. I had to give up all not to be played with. We hope he will I Judn.eM Court and A.HOUN A. Stewart as TlCllnW.I, Clerk 01/Iln said day Court.u 01; Will attend to all kinds of Hauling, $ ; Families Supplied. .

\.of recovering my cap and turn my lOOn recover. As a consolation )(n. B. AprU.A.D.111II1. promptly, cheaply and expedltlously. Eau Gallic, Ida
will soon be back to him, being now, we A. A.8TKWABT! pdditto'ear
Lion to the capture of our ruaa..yWen. hear, on her way down from Boston. .Clerk I herb Circuit Court of Brevard County, Florida. Will deliver baggage for passenger Titnsville Heat t Market
for one hour ADd three I certify the above I* a true COP)
.of the original order JUde In\l leaaae.I' kiriviog or departing on train or s
n in the awful heat ny MeadE3I PRFLCTLDCRYSTAL 'I' A.A.BTKWART. KMU. W. N. HENDRY: -

ran, rushed swore, and perspired etORAHAM.dCircutCtaut. Can be found at the
*""" IEISESWMMMM. Railway BUtloi Dealer InMercbandise ALL u.av or
: those brutes. He was loaded with oUcitor fur Cuoplainant. e-oc. or at my residence In South Titusville.

avjr rifle, while I had a carbine and Cutty fM us ihrtft. U. 8. Mall Carrier. Gf General Fresh and Salt Heats Eggst

teLl, glasses. After some time my N.A:V111TAN" ,

began to roll, and I felt sorry for Oysters, Fish, Fnlt ft Te&eUWes,
|beautiful saddle and also for mywatob

which was la the breast pocket of NOTIONS, IX UAIO: .

white Jacket I had taken off and *( Agency.* 8urata.wo STATIONERY, CASH FOB POULTRY, EGOS, VEQ;

under the saddle. At lut we : t5 TABLES, ETC.

--" ed I them Into a fence and captured yvNt' Choice Groceries, 19 E. J. DAVIS, Manager.

after running between six aDdfta The Pioneer Agency. ..

miles. We each took an upright _MI3I8, FLA. 8

S of the fence and I promise you these J. E. ENDER & CO. For' term and sample copies addressC. Notice. THE ADVOCATE

i wished they bad been born iou. Have exclusive sale of these celebrated Town Warrant Lost-Notice U hereby

r a while my horse was' unrulyrearbut lasses in Titusville. H. NAUMAN, that I nave lost warrant No. 'Ml

when we started we vent. I FACUtXEB, KEI.I.AM MOORS TITOTIUJC Brevard county. Fla. For 1100, Issued by and the that town of Titus on Job Printing Department

ught I should have died running in YUle in my favor payment
The only Manufacturing Opticians Inthe 1 the been stopped; and that I
>biasing sun, and bareheaded, too; South, Atlanta, Ga. Peddlers arenot SUBSCRIBE for ADVOCATE have s plied for the Issuance of a duplicate. Is Read; to do Your Work'rT .

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REVrDRJTALMAGETHE t not snougn aboot their Crown. Do yon know would display; : our pO!tItlOn. "n'.t"'aj7\ qtJ A:4: !Y cvR1u t'Protective :Parchment :Papers medicines are (or the .1gmo :
the Bible mention a croc bat twenty-even liver would be befooled by.tIIaohi'Thetry1ta1 -

time, while it mention a crown eighty sea would whelm n* with it* glisten. 0Net 'Bencher, the' eminent Eagllsht"1yaicrid rant. The'doctOrtf'osfer. I this i
time*? Ask that old nan what bethinks religion. Uf ban b* clow H. formation "- i v '. t ; idea.
BROOKLYN DIVINE'S SUN. a obmrref. at nil. \ t I substitute for "
hall been ctiltarint an iprthetio taste' Bathesseen Give sin full chance ta yonr ,heart and In tiiU 1 eonnlry : ; :/, t 1 of a cheap ind efficient all "- i
DAY SERMON. the snnrltee of half a cantnry. He ha. the transformation will be downward instead carbIne \of births* over oiled silk gutta-percha tissue, iud The people, we're told
been an early rfcer. He ha been an ad- of upward. Instead of a crystal it 'Th daily therforms of "protective." lIe refer 'when
I mirer of cameo and coral and all kind. o f will be a cinder. In the day of Carthage a deaths 'in the tlnitcd Kingdom is 1500. the, so-called parchment paper -,pro-. are mostly. ignorant it
I beautiful things. Ask him what he think of Christian girl was condemned to die for her to to medical science."
ftibjrcll ",... Brilliancy .r KHI.I...." religion, and he will tell you "It In the mos faith,.and a boat wa bedaubed with tar and A Massillon (Ohio) widow Lad :a. pared by the immersion of 'paper, at a ,comes
acid.It .
beautiful thing I ever. saw." "The crystal pitch and filled with combustibles and vet on embalmed and Id Certain sUM of making In sulphuric Suppose they are I Whata
-""hnl "77k* ervitol. cannot pal Job milL, 7.ifny Beautiful it* symmetry. When it nresmito boat, and the wind wa off shore and the parlor.orllam nt.:' ;' of its grease-proof properties.: lie sick man needs is not knowledge .
God'.character it doe*not present Him boat floated away with its precious treasure.: '
) of the prccfoat itone* of thfl' Bib!* a* having love like a great protuberance No one can doubt that boat lauded at the California has 2675 of Iho giant triisstill was led to USe it, owing to 'a' temporary'allure but a cure,'and the medicine .
.I.... come prompt recognition fiat for on one aide of Bis nature, but make that shore of heaven. in the supply of guttaperchatissue is the
the prment I take op the leis valuable crytut *- love in harmony with HI. justice-a love Sin wants to put you in a fiery boat and left, and of tlieiO the largest It I in the treatment of an extensive that cures medicinefor

Job, in toy text, compares saving Infidel wisdom that will accept all thone who come to Him, shot you off in an .opposite direction fl! thirty-three foot In diameter.A burn at, the thorax in which numerous. the sick. -
with a specimen of topac. An and a Justice that will by no means clear from peace off from God off from heaven, considerable ute t. 01
'chemkt or mineralogist would pronounce I the guUty. Beautiful religion in the sentiment -, everlastingly off; and the port to ward which Rochester (N. Y.) teacher hating skin crafts and a He Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
the lattor worth more than the former} but It imptantef Beautiful religion In the yon would sail would be a port ot darkness, growing edges required "protective.
Job nukes an Intelligent comparison looks hope it kindle 1 Beautiful religion in the and tbe gun that would greet you would be occasion to use a poi trait of George was gratified on. finding that it answered Discovery cures the do.
at religion and then look. at the crystal and fact that it to and enthroneand the of despair and the flag that admirably
propose* garland gun would Washington( at school exercises was the ,
pronounce the former.of superior;)Y lne itnparadim an Immortal spirit/. Solomon wave at your arrival would be the block flag purpose believes" and the don't be-
to the Utter exdalmlnjf In the word" -of my Rays It is a lily,' Paul says It i* a crown. of death. O, my brother yon must either unable to find it on ale auywhero In possessing the further advantage, There's hesitance
tort, The crystal cannot equal. The Apocalyp say* it is a fountain kissed kill sin of sin will kill yon. It i. no wild on the dressing being, chanced of lieves. ho
Mow it I. not a part of mr armcmto d.. ot the un., Bcekiel says It U a follaged exaggeration when I say that any man or tho city. remaining free from the discoloration about it no if" nor "possi-
dgn to depredate the cryataJ, whether it be cedar. : Christ I& U a bridegroom come woman that want to be saved may' be saved. There are many people who do not which always results from chemical ,
found Id Cornish mine or Harts' mountain or to fetch home a bride. While Job In the Tremendous choice A thousand people are tissueis bly."
Ham moth Cave or tinkling among the pendant text takes up a whole vase of precious stones choosing this moment between salvation and know why the term "limited" Is applied decomposition when gutta-percha

of the chandelier of a palace.. "Tbecrytta1 ,topai and the sapphire, and the destruction 1/etween" light and darkness, between to certain fait trains. wed. It is unaffected by alcohol, It ,says-"I can cure 'you,.
I. the star of the mountain: it u the chrylOpralluand he take out of this beautiful heaven and hell, between charred ruin passenger ether turpentine, oils, etc., and is the dir "
, hills; it find its heaven in the diamond. until it gleams In the warm light of the eastern
Among all the pages of natural history there sky: and he exclaims, "Tb crystal can- Miraculous CIty trains that are limited as to the number soaked with any lininunt,'when used usa Perhaps it fails occasionally.The .

1*no page more Interesting to me than the not equal It.", ', of cars they carry. local application for neuralgia, sciatica, makers hear of it when it
page crystallographlc. But I want to show ,Oh, It i* not A stale religion It b not- a Until the end of 1886, writes a correspondent etc. It remains unaltered by temperature -

you that hand Job was right when, taking religion stnpld religion. It Is not a toothless hag, a* of the London Graphic, Johannesburg 'Goss," tho red Chinese chow-chow and time and, consequently, never does, because they never keep
lu one and the crystal In the other he
declared that the former i* ot far more value some Meg Merrilee eeem to have with. represented shriveled arm it; it come i* not toscare a South Africa could not boast a dog that was long tho traveling companion becomes sticky, like oiled silk, nor does the money: whdn the' medicinefails

and bounty than the latter recommending it the world. It h the fairest daughter post office. Now it has a population of I of the Prince 6f Wales, is now it crumble to pieces after being laid
to all the people and to all the ago, declaring ot God. heiress of all HI wealth. Her cheek some 20,000, comprised of a motley, aside for any length of time like gutta- good.

\b.'The crystal cannot equal it." the morning sky; her voice the mnsia of the crowd drawn from every nation ,under fourteen years old and infirm, and 'the pcrchi tip sue. Its cheapness and indestructibility the doctors
flrrt place, I remark that religion II Suppose went
south wind "
her step the dance ot the
; sea.
superior to the crystal In ezactnen. That and the sun, as a walk through the stone- honor lifts fallen upon "Plumpie, another with these advantages
I Come woo her. The Spirit and the bride We
shapeless man of cryitalagaingt which you say come,. and whosoever will, let him come. built streets of the town soon shows. dog of the same breed. ought to bring it into universal use. on that principle. ,( beg

oridentally dashed your foot la' laid outwith Do you agree with Solomon and say it I* a There is the original Boer, born arid bredin the doctors' pardon. Itwouldn't

mon exactness than any earthly city. -llvv"", Than---nln/tlr....v. .1fe. _tinst. .SD.AA*,. .ttt. _nwae. *.n...*.* the country, rough of manner careless It is slated thai the muskrat enabled By rubbing with a flannel dipped in
There art six style ofcryctallir.ctionand all do I
heart Do with Paul and say'it U )
of them divinely ordained. Every crystal a crown you Then agree let this hour be your soro- of dress with long, lank hair and dress, to travel under the ice of a whiting the brown discoloration may
has mathematical precision. God's geometry master of the for the be taken off cups which have been used
nation. Do you agree with the Apocalypseand situation present; frozen river or lake for a considerabledistance
reaobe through it, and It II a square or Itliila it is Then for baking.
say ft springing fountain the occasional Britisher who bears him arid
rectangle, or it I.a rhomboid or in some come and lack the thirst of your soul. Do respiring against tho ice Choking, sneezing every

'..ylt bath a mathematical figure.. Now yon believe with Ezekiel and say it II a little good will, and who has come out" I roof, where tho bubbles of gas coljoct HAirr person are broken down from overwork ," other form of catarrh in the
religion beat that in the fact that It be asI
simple oliaged cedar Then come under its shadow. may as a wealthy speculator or or household can. Brown' Iron B1U
spiritual accuracy( is more beautiful than Do you believe with Christ and say it I* a a rough Cornish prospector-perhaps and citing a fresh supply of oxygen.A ten rebuilds tb. system, old digestion removes head, 'is radically cured ,by
material accuracy Uod'i attributes are bridegroom come to fetch home a bride? exceo ot bile, and cure malaria. A
Met: God'.law exact. God' decree exact Then utrike hand with your Lord the King simply just to look round and see whatis wise provision for escape from splendid tonlu for women and children.. Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy.
God'management of the world exact-nn.r while I to be seen: the Dutch Trow, broad and
everlastingly one. Or in all hotels.
pronounce fire Is Russian
counting wrong, though He count the gr.* If yon think with Job that it 1* a jewel, then solid of build and solid of feature; the obligatory The man who cannot respect fall himself Into the baaonly Fifty cents. By druggists.
blades and the tars, and the sands and the corridor must have a staircase : one more step to take to pit.
put it on your hand like a ring on your neck Arab merchant or peddler, com up from Every -
cycles. His providences never dealing with ucperpendicularly like a bead on your forehead like a utar. the: coast and to cheat at ench end and If of extra length
ever ready
when providenceaought while looking Into the mirror of God' Word70U you; ,
to be oblique.. nor lateral when they ought to acknowledge "the crystal cannot equal Malays and Hindoo coolies who have several others at stated intervals, 01 BE WARE OF THEM-
be vertical. Everything In our life arranged t." found their way from Natal; and the
without any pomibilltr of mistake. Each Again religion/ is superior to the crystal Chinaman who In else iron ladders must bo. placed out
ubiquitous an _
life a six sided prism. Born at the right time, In Its transformation The diamond onlya puts appearance side tho house.
dying at the right time. There are no "hap crystallisation coal. Carbonate of lime everywhere ia. new countries' \
pen I/O''" in our theology. If I thought this rises till it becomes caloite or aragonite. Red where there is livelihood. to be picked The Arab ponies which the Sultan S. S. S. WILL CURE. There is
Was a slipshod universe I would go crazy oxide of copper crystallize Into cube and up by odd jobs. We have, too, on view Cheap
God I* not an anarch lat. Law order of Turkey recently presented to three
symmetry octohedron. Those crystals which adornour
of tho Hebrew broker and only ono
specimens pf Mydaughterhada caae
precision a pertect square, a perfect person and our hornet and our museum. I elder jof tho German Emperor's six imitations
rectangle, a perfect rhomboid, a perfect cir ban only been resurrected from forms that the stranded actor, shabby and discon- Eczema, 'which for over five year
cI. The edge of (led'. robe ot government were far from lustrous. Scientists for ages olate. One meets too, Kaffir ladies, sons are saId to have a pedigree should be had baffled the skill of the beat physicians. S. S.. S.
never fray.out.. There Tooia; screws have been examining these wonderful tranjortnatlons.
dressed more. or less after which dates back to tho "sacred
la the world's machinery. It did not Just But I tell you in the gospel of European avoided.They Aa she -was daily growing Take noother. ,
happen that Napoleon was attacked with indigestion the tJon ot God there 1* a more wonderful fashions in finery of gorgeous hues; mire" on which tho prophet fled flora worse, I quit all other treatment and "
at Borodino that ha became inc while of course bushman house-boys
ranefonnatlon. Over souls by reason of uln .
mpetent for the day. It did not just Mecca to Medina. never commenced using. S. S. Before .
happen black a* coal and bard as iron God by His are seen everywhere, with occasionally
that John Thomas, the missionary, second bottle the scaly -' -'- "-'
on a the
comforting grace stoops and sayw, They finishing
one or two wandering minstrels who owe During a war dance an -Indian war-
heathen island waiting for an outfit and ball be fume in the day when I make up My cure incrustations had nearly disappeared. I continued
order for another missionary tour received jltw.I." their black faces to nature not to burnt nor may brng to his heart's content
that outfit and those orders in a box that ,"What. say you, "11'\11\ God wear jewelry cork, with their marimba or piano, a and are using S. S. until she was entirely cured. I waited I
I bated" ashore, while the ship and the crew If lie wanted lie could make the I species of instrument common to many and there fj, no ono to dispute him. before reporting the case to see if the cure was perma :

that carried the box were never heard of. bars of heaven His belt and have the evening African tribes-really a kind of harmon. Each warrior therefore brags of having oftendangerous. nent. Being satisfied that she is freed from the annoying
!Hie barking: of F. W. Kohertam'i' dog he cloud for the sandal of Hi* feet, but He I
tell us, led to a line of event which brought loes not want that adornmont. He will not con, strips of hard wood taking the killed 50 to 500 white men, and he disease for all time to come, I send you this.

bitn from the army into the Christian min have that jewelry. When God want jewel- place ol glasses, with gourds beneath to mikes himself' believe it for an houror V. VAUGHN, Sandy Bottom, Va-,
istry, where he served Uod with world re- ry He come down and digs It out of the increase the The African .
resonance flwWwne
owned usefulness. It did not merely hap depth and darkness of sl.. Those soul lor.aU two. This Is why the dances are SKIN DISEASES FREE.
pen so. 1 believe In a particular providence. crystallization mercy. He put them minstrels manage somehow to'produce BOOKS ON BLOOD AND ,

,I believe (lod', geometry may be seen in all on and He wears them in the presence ot the tunes that, though quaint,'are catching. so popular. There are nincty-uine CO. Atlanta. Ca

our life more beautifully. than In crystallography. holy, universe. He wear them on the hand parts brag and one part dance. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC : _
Job was right. 'Ib.cr1atal cannot that was nailed over the heart that was
equa It." plerced. on tbe temple' that were stung. Attar of Roses. Isaac Miller of Thomas County, Ga.,

Again remark that religion I* superior 'Tbey.balJ be Mine," milth the Lord, "in Tradition hath it that attar of roses out in his field
.to the crystal in transparency. W* know the day when I make up' 1.' jewels." Wonerf first used Nourjehaa Moore's watching some atECHAti
was by ,
not when or by whom glau was first dis ul transformation I "The crystal cannot burning logs and brush, when a large
covered. Bead of It have been found In the equal It." There the Is, a watt of the Nourmahal, otherwise "Light of the
tomb ot Alexander everue. Vase ot It are street but she shall be a sister of charity. Ilarem." : Walking one day ia her owl made a dash at his head and In-

brought up from the rain of Herculan um. I There he 1*. a sot in the ditch, but he shall garden, through 'whIch ran a canal of sei-ted his ugly talons, ono in the corner PAINLESS. PI IbL5EFFECTUALe ).
There were female adornment made out
preach the gospel. There, behind the bar
of it three thousand year ago-those adorn. of> a prison, but he shall reign with Christ rosewater, she spied upon its surface oily of his eye and the other In the WWORTH A GUINEA A BOX..a >
mania found now attached tot the mum. forever When sin abounded grace shall particles that excited her curiosity. In his
of head.
scalp that his
snlea of Egypt. A great many commentator much more abound. The carbon become beer idleness she collected them; found Finding BILIOUS & NERVOUSDISORDERSSuch

beliave that my text mean glass. the solitaire. "The crystal cannot equal it." them so deliciously fragrant that she at game was too heavy to fly away with ,
What would we do without the crystal Now, I have no liking: for those people at Wind and Pain in tilt Stomach Fullness and Swelling after ttealt, ,
!1'b.CI'1.talln the window to keep out the who are always enlarging In Christian meet- once cried for more, with the result of bo released his hold and flow off. ....and Drowsiness Cold Chill t.Fluth/ngs of Heat Less of Appetite,

storm and let In the day; the crystal over lugs about their early dissipation. Do letting up a new industry among her The mysterious In Southern Shortness of Breath, Costirtnett Scurry Blotches on the Skin, Disturbed
the watch defending delicate machinery: not go into the particularmy brothers. lusband's loyal subjects. Once the canyon '
Sleep FrigMfu! Dreamt, and all Nervous and Trembling Stntationt &1:.
yt allowing us to see the hour; the crystalof lImply: ay you were tick but makeno worth its ia California which is known as tho Val.
the telescope, by which the astronomer display of ulcer The chief precious essence was I THE FIRST DOSE WILL CIVE RELIEF IN TWENTY MINUTES.
,bring distant world*o near he can inspect stock In trade of some your minister and Chrls- diamonds; now it fetches but $5 the ley of Death, is said in some parts to ) KtOHWS PIUS TAKEN AS DIRECTED RESTORE FEMALE8 TO COMPLETE HEALTH.'

them Oh. the triumph ot the crystal han worker seems to be their early crime unce. be fully'COO feet below the sea level. For Sick Headache Weak Stomach Impaired
In the celebrated window of ltouen and and dissipation. Th number pocket you the most and ,
BalUburvl picked and the number ot chicken you stole Turkey supplies purestf The valley 1* said to be rich in deposit 5 Digestion Constipation Disordered Liver etc.
it. That which oouie from India is ,
But there II nothing 10 transparent in make rhetoric.
.crystal In our holy religion. It Is* transparent a. Beside very that poor, it discourage prayer meeting other Christian usually adulterated with oil 'of lemon of gold, although it is not known that they: ACT. bringing UK!MAGIC.back Stnngthinlng he Ann tdgt the ofappttlti muscular and Syrt.m arousIng restortn with the lon ROSEBUD.-lo t CMfpHxlon. OF

religion. You put It to your eye and people who never got druuk or stole anything. grass. Bulgaria is the Turks' greatest any person ha ever returned alive HEALTH the uholt pAucontrau ol the human frame. ODe ol the beet gunraotm
:yon see man-hi.sin. his soul, his destiny. Hut it U pleasant to know that those who rose garden. There, upon the longcool from this unhealthy which to the Nervous and Dobllltatotll.I..t BEECHAM'S PILLS HAVE THE LARGEST SALE OF
You look at God and you see something of were farthest down have heel brought highest region, ANY PROPRIETARY MEDICINE IN THE WORLD.Prcpiirrd .
the grandeur of HI character. It is a transparent up. Out of Infernal serfdom into eternal north hill slope he plants the hundred seems to be shunned by all animal ..!,, by TIIOM UEiCIIAH. St. H>l.n..I.nnea.hlrc. Fi>.l...d.

religion. Infidel. tell u* it i* opaque? liberty. Out 01 darkness into light., From leaf rose and tends it assiduously The Ufa. a.Sold,. Annufor by Unlud B... .F.(If ALLEN uwr d"U'CO.'''.,385 do..and not 367 k..p Canal them l )St WILL, New MAIL YeriL
Do you know why they tell us it la opaque coal to the solitaire. 1'be crystal cannot plant is fickle and capricious as any: BKKCHAM; i'ILLs on St.t.Hl. ol 'K ._taAnOLMI.TtolTwL.rarlL
It k because blind. "
they) are natural equal it.
recelveth not God chief coquette.: Upon one hill it will bloom ", "
man tb thing of became But, my friends the transforming Too loch for Red.
,they Ire spiritually discerned. There I* no power of the gospel will not be seen in thurorid and broaden magnificently, yet wholly : SMITH'S Farmertiis Roofer
trouble with the crystal; the trouble I. with and not until heaven break upon the lack scent, while on another not half a Governor Nlcholls, of Louisiana, as Ever own

the yes which try to look through it, W. soul. When that light fall upon the soul mile it will fairly Jntoxlcate most people know: has lost an arm and .
away thin Tin Slat*.
jou Shingles or
pray for wisdom, Lord, that our eye might then you will see the crystals. Oh, what a ,
opened. 'When the eye salve cure our magnificent setting for these jewel ot eternty with its perfume. k leg but so deftly have the artificial Beu. *INSURANCE, and Perteetly

blindness then w*-find that religion I* trans I sometimes hear people representing Hay' is the time of harvest. Then members.been fitted to the stump that BILE IEANS Fire Water and Wind Proof. '
parent. heaven a way that Is far from attractive there are flowers by the million. They
It i* a transparent Bible. AU the mountains to me. It seems almost a vulgar heaven as be before but few people are in the secret of his .
ot the Bible com out-Sinai, the mountain hey represent IK with great blotches of must picked sunrise as soon as SEROflG
of the law: Flsgah, the mountain ofproipectt color and band of music making deafening theT open else they lose more than half os*. IIi. colored body servant was U_ 1

aUnt the mountain of Instruction racket. John represents heaven a* exquisite- theIr sweetness. i behind, on tho occasion of It's last
; Calvary th. mountain of sacrifice. All Iy beautiful. Three crystal In one place Cure Biliousness I
The leaves are put into clay stills with I
rlaitln. and
the river ot the Bible com out-Hidekel, or h. says, "Her was like a precious atone Vicksburg, they put at hit &i
the river of paradisaical beauty; Jordan, or lear a* crystal.11 In another place he ay', twIce their own weight of water What ;disposal during his: stay them likely & '
th., river of .noly chrUm: Cberith or the "1 saw a pure river from under the throne, tosses over is the rosewater of commerce. Sick Headache, Malaria, CoetiTenem HeartBurn 'c\i-t17:

river ot prophetic supply; Nile, or the river clear a*crystal. The attar floats on top in oily ,globules young lad. who was told to try and Dizziness Bad Breath. Nervous _,e( -IiLl
of palace, and the pure river of life from In another place he says. '"Before the that are hardened by to the cool lake the old body servant's place. Debility Dysentery Jaundice,
under the throne, clear a* crystal. While throne there wa a ea of glass clear a* cry- exposure Fain la the Side and under Our KooBnf I* tore for the Bolldlnr.
reading this Bible after our eye bays been al." Three crystalI John lays crystal at night air, then skimmed off. Sixty That night, when Governor Nicholls the Shoulder Blades. and can b. adl ODo. Do not buy

touched by grace w* Hud It all transparent,. mosphere.. That mean health. Balm of pound of good leaves will yield an ounce was ready to retire, he stretched oat !( fan to act on a Torpid Liver. soy tlr.C RooAni talo.u till..8 you rte writ U. AGENT'a WkSTLJJ.PALN't"" D..ev'p-_ _.
and the earth rock ,with weather after the lee
now crucifixion What
eternal June. ot attar....<&w. Francisco Examiner,, ',
agony and now with judgment terror, antiChrIst world's east wind I No rack of storm clouds. one of his legs to Ned, tho servant, poisonous bile from the system;
..ppeanln coma of Ills two hundred One breath ot that air will cure the worst Clear the Complexion; Aid Digestion; Createan
and flf ty-ix title, a*far a*I can count thorn ubercle. Crystal light on all the leave A Mummified Bate. ; I and said; Xed, unscrew that leg." Apptt; Cure and prevent Ch and I

'.-the bread the rock, the captain, the commander Crystal light shimmering on the topaz ot the It was only a rat. But it wo an un. i S'ed's eyes began to open with horror, also mkoSIth9SB
the conqueror, the star, and on and temple Crystal light tossing the plume r
beyond any capacity ot mine to .rheaiithem. 01 the equestrians of heaven on white horse commonly wonderful rat. It was the but he obeyed, and took the leg oft I LE
Transparent religion I But 'the crystal cannot equal it." John dummy of a rat,'and no one knows how I Governor Xicholls then said SMALL
Th providence that teemed dark before says crystal river. That mean Joy. Deep many age ago it mode the feminine EAtS
become pellucid. Now you find God I* not and ever rolling. Not one drop of thThames 'olteo wish she were somewhere else. stretching Ot an arm, "Xed unscrew I II .
trying to put you down. Now you understand or the Hudson or the Rhine to anti that arm." The rolled (Mtothabottl,)
why you lot that child, and why you It. Not one tear of human sorrow to Imbtor !'- It was a real Tolteo rodent for it came boy up his I s.Je thte o. Especially among womtm A
lost your property; i; was to prepare you It. Crystal, the rain out ot which U was from the eastern side of the Sierra Madre eyes until nothing but the whites could &o ut ..uzw ooaud. J& i PU flLi' fQ"A *ADDINIO
for eternal treanure.. And the bed which,it shall roll 1 t. MINQ
wby sicknesscame lade. Crystal, over Mountains in Mexico, and about 200 seen but he and :
M obeyed unscrewed RELIABLE ECONOMICAL,
it belnyth precnnor of immortal and ripple. Crystal, it* Infinite surface. But miles south of Deming. A Mexican I w
JuveBeaceao And now you understand .the crystal cannot equal it." John say the arm. The Governor who now Price S3 cent per bottle, five for II, lliU:173PAR
why they lied about you and tried to drive crystal ea. That mean mulUtudmoualy rchcologist while traveling between either alia. Bold by Dragglsta. Write ferPicture. ''r wltlt% h.p. ': .
foU hither and thither. Itwaa to put you vast. 'Vast Inraptur.. Kapturvastaath torralitos and Caw Grandes came acrossa realized his condition of mind, do. : any :: : ? : .! .

In the gloriou company of sued men a. ua, deep.. the sea, strong aa the sea, ever hermetically sealed cave at an elevation terintned to have little fun with him I
Ignatius, who when be went auto be destroyed hanging a* these*. Billows light. Billow J. F. SMITH 4 CO. IEWTORICITY.I( |:
of nearly 7000 feet. The cave was vast so, reaching out his neck ho said .V
by the Zion,aaid "I am the wheat, of beauty blue with skies: that were : ____ I :
sndthet.etbof the wild beast must first never clouded and grjn: with depths: that In extent and proved to be a veritable "Ned, unscrew that bead.'! But the ,
grind m* before I can become pure bread for were never fathomed. Arctic ana Antaro- epulcbre filled with the mummiBed I -
Jesus Christ or the company of such men a* tics and Mediterraneans and Atlantic and them toy never waited to see whether hit :I '.. 4 O' __
of dead Toltecs. .
bodies Among "
oIle&rp. who when standing la that midst 'acittc* in crystalline mazniflcenoe.: Three lead would 011'or SCOWS -I""ste I. .& p
ot the amphitheatre waiting for the lion tocom light falling on a crystal was the well-preserved body of a rodent. come not, and no 1 II u. I!enerna4 .

*out ot their dive and destroy him, and river crystal river rolling into a crystal The flesh had not sunken much upon the one ever succeeded in getting him.togo _. .ci v..euea .
th people ia the gallerlea jeering and shout.tagi ea. But 'the crystal cannot equal it"Oh 'otreservation. (Is.t teu.. P.,t95d 1..
excellent state
and in :
bones was an I
Governor '
near Kicholis agaIn lie . .
Th'lion forFolycarp, replied; 'Let lay some one. putting his handover oJI'fc .
them come 011,"and then stooped down toward his eyes, "can it be that I who have ( It has a dark brown ap- raid he was the worst "hoodoo" that EMULSION ,_ ._ .. U.aC -
the the 'wild trouble will In size it doe not differ from ; Va. .
cave where beajt were been la w much slu and ever warance. bo ever Cincinnati 'Cl Seep.. _
roaring Ml outs "Le' them* com on." come to those cry tal r' Ye. it may bet a plain, ordinary everyday rat. But it saw.-[ Enquirer. .. Is4."'..,-.. "
Ah.Tt*. persecution to put you in glorious will be. Heaven we must have, whatever exhibition 5Asacries's I -
is the and it is ea
just same,
company; and while there are many else we have or have not, and we com hereto ,
hingi that you will have to postpone to the get it. "How much must I pay for it!" iD the room of the Mining Bureau. First Clock. Of Pure Cod j C-- ts a. I _
future world for explanation. I tell you thatIt you say. You will pay for it just a* much The floor of the cave in which the discovery The Art clock manufactured In the -.I--, iarnJe .

i* the whole tendency of your religion to is the coal pay to become the diamond..a was made was at smooth as aboard United Slates was whittled / Liver Oil and4fii" =- a. -"_
unravel and explain, end interpret and illumine other *, nothing. Th tame Almighty and from a t .".". e;... -
and irradiate. Job was right. It U a tower that make the crystal In the mount. but the aide were rough block: of wood by Eli Terry of Connectlcut : .1. .
' slorioutrjuparacy "Th. crystal cannot sins will change your heart which i* harder rugged and the vault was covered with ( HPOPHOSPHITS PROF; LOI8EEj.jw
.qua! it." than stoat, for the promise U, "1 will take .t&lactitiea.-.o. Fraud** ElwAiaw. in 1792. There was no metal I MEMORY BOOKS.

I remark again that religion surpasses the sway your stony heart and 1 will give you a used and the maker was employed for tnt of Lime and (rlUrIeus two_t
crystal in it*beauty. That lump of crystal ..heart of flesh*" .. run to.-.eed4
i* put under the magnifying glass of the "Oh,",say some one. "it Is just the doctrine A iroff Farmer.O. six months at a time in perfecting the Soda .p u1-Tal f Cta .

crvstaUoiraplxr.and b*we la it indencrib-' I want. God ia to do *v rjthiug. and n. Carpenter, of Gaylord, Mlcluto tune pieces. The remaining six month .. I a .
able rdriU and nJlnter of hoarfrost J to dq nothing* tlv brother it tethe not :.: .
am endorsed
section land which N sad 37 .
bought a of pr.crj by leading Wfta A a,)..Tor*.
and coral and wreaths Wl stirs and doctrine you want The cool mok BOrcaistanck of the year were spent In traveling on p""c Seth 1 I
will make into a frog farm. It fa U the u( w andwhThyH&btt;
crowma and catella.Uvie of eouspicuou* I ft hear the rtsurrectioa voice WI"lu
beaaty, The fact i* that crystal is w beautiful Ju the mountain, and is acme from crystsJiiaUoa southern end of OUego County and ;root_from Tillage to Tillage, selling; Ida .I 1. in.coro u.\ rDII i 0p' mi c\a b Book,... WIL

that 1 can Uunkot but on. thing la ..Uuly. but your heart reo ata. The trouble contain several marshy lake lie has ware*. Brass wheeled clocks appeared as patataw. 1 p o P"
the ... that ia so beautiful and that i* with you, my: brother is the coal want to from New I Iu "oLLI\M.1.
therelifvn lithe Bible. No wonder U aB1bie stay coal. I do not wont you to throw sent for some pedigreed frogs In 1837 and soon attained such. popuvlty fL9a:5- .!15 & uu)1
rpreota that religion u the day. op a the door and let Christ in. 1 only ask Jersey with which to start hi* roach that they wero shipped from -Ia.,-.55 Wtt B
break a. the apple blossom, aa th* ghtter that you atop bolting and boring il Oh. I He baa been in the basinet for semi toe CONSUBtPTXON., V.i('A.OMs i'eau,.l 1.w-fli
Zs .....'* banquet 1* i* the Joy ot tterwl my trie da. we will have to get rid of our but a wholesale a1r.lleaUA Cooaocttcnt to all put of Europe,- > rWUa,."a W. zeaiel D.p,. .n
now plans Di a"c"A.t.
whole esnh. rioa WbalwUl w*do with our ins among years, fOetroit Frt P_ MM; CkrMic Cemrma and I uea4rni. Lw.
.. *talk too sack about their era**4 Uw three crystal** Tb erytttl stm"g'ber, Tr.w4fS.. --'*-- .sv aootr XaMWo oad take. .. I I..M&=II.-.."... .

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f SOUTHERN BRIEFS Boston lyndicat*,. and public. lentlractofIs KIDNAPPED THE KIDS. Household i

!! In favor; of the trade being consum Never allow fresh fish to soak 5a water, "German DOCTORACKERS

mated. The oW company was about A Sensational Story of Child ,except to thaw It out when frozen.

ILl OCCURRENCES IN THE; bankrupted and the new ,company 'will Stealing from Ohio. An Invitation to ad evening reception [

make great improvements. tails for a written regret but whether
i SONNY{ SOUTHLAND"I I I fFLORIDA'S A Springfield Ohio, dispatch of Hon. >ou accept or decline a formal call should

r day 'says: The mystery surrounding |>e made afterwards. Syrup"Those
BUDGET probably the most sensational case of, ENGLISH
Fresh cod is nice boded
tailed into Interesting and exceedingly
child stealing since the Charley Ross find
Newsy Paragraphs. affair, has just been solved by the arrest served with egg sauce; but you must who have not '
"\ get a piece from the thickest part of the
"- Of,Newsy Notes and Pointed of HIM Erne Cutler, Miss Bruner Miss nb. and it should weigh three or four A Throat used Boschee's Ger.and REMEDY

,,The trial of Mrs. Julia Martin for the Batcheler and Ellen Talbot, on the pounds man Syrup for some
Paragraphs.The .
charge of stealing the Nllcs children, at Lung .
under of her brother-in-law, Edward the instigation of their father, Dr. Niles Ammonia is a most useful household: severe and chronic !f.,Ce oh.,Cetdl. 1ft'Ceaenitielloe.,It btyondqntitlon i
lartin, in Birmingham, Ala. began intIlat trouble of the Throat l.11.modem remedies.limiutep .
Dr.' and Mrs. Niles have been fighting in article. For washing windows brushes i Specialty : the greatest* I
president has appointed FrancisM. It will cheek
: |"Io".ltIaht.
[ city Saturday morning. and *Cough
hard :
and for other servicesit Lungs can
the courts for the of the children performing many
Wright fourth assistant examiner in custody .a Cold III a day. it will pretentCreiiB, reuses
J1 severe cyclone on Tuesday destroyed'n the office at $1,300 a for some time. Three week ago on the becomes almost indispensable to the ly appreciate what a truly wonderful :Asthma. and CURB Ceinmnptle II taken la

residences at Pittsburg, Tex. Mrs. patent year. eve of the decision of the court, the careful housekeeper.In medicine it is. The delicious UI"'.. IF THI LITTLE ONES HAn I

i Powell was fatally, and her daughter, A new organization in Jacksonville i Is children were stolen and could not be buying cooked lobsters rememberthat sensations of healing, easing clearing I WHOOPING COUGH .,
)En. Bums the National Peace River ,
severely hurt. Phosphate found. Miss Ellen Talbot, a dressmaker a lobster that was alive when thrown strength-gathering and recover OR .
IJplspatches of Saturday that a company composed of some of the best has confessed that she hired horse snI into the I
report a boiler will have the tail curledup ing are unknown joys. For German CROUPua
lMe of smallpox has developed at Bristol, known business men of Jacksonville.The buggy and stole the children from the i to the body while one that was dead do not ask I ; tie .
Syrup we cases.
n. There is much excitement,, but i guaze of the southern division of house where the sheriff had placed has the t tail extended. easy :;. \{ it major..
'. ease Jg well quarantined.' the J. 'T,: .fc K., W.' is going to be broadened them for safekeeping and drove them'' Sugar ,and water may smooth a : + .. IT WlttCURE. + +
Ordinary ,
stock should be made
'soup throat for while. 'I: WHEN eVEHTA9Be.kemnitivtlOOIiiDc s
tickling -I
or a a
it was decided at Ralefgh Wednesday so that through trains from any twenty miles to a lonely country placo from the collection of bones left over stop : .... 1H..,.& ILiE .
f mat the Farmers' and Merchants' bank portion of the country can run to Punta belonging to )[1'. and Mrs. CuUer. Here from the tablfor instance the bones of This is as far as the ordinary cough .. ." 'AI I" '
Gorda. This work will be done in time ; medicine Boschee's German j.j J 0-11 I '0 \tR '
nd allowed to
$100,000 capital, should be e tab- they were kept in secret toasted beef mutton, veal and chicken goes. I h WIthout
shed in that city In July. The capital for the business of next winter. see no one. Miss Talbot farther confosrd should be saved in a cool place nd boiled Syrup is a discovery, a great Throat *. ..',efilemq ,

j it iubscribed. Between Lake Harris and Lake Minno- that about a week afterward'she again t \'ice a week. This stock will not make and Lung Specialty. Where for =-GIS' FOR.te IT.their IT 11ft'TASTES ASK OUR GOOD.77i 6RUO-. f

The Richmond, 'Va:, grand' .jury rha haha, there are about fifteen hundred went into the country and visited the Clear soup, but can be used for tomato or years there have been sensitiveness, -- ................................... 'I,+ a s

[brought in eight indictments against E.JBuford acres of very fine tomatoes from which house where the children were confined, Cream soups. pain coughing spitting, hemorrhage t 1 gc..Yf
late chief'clerk in thetreasurer's shipments are being made daily. The They were taken into a room, and the
Qrymcs Salt fish be soaked over Vilght, voice failure, weakness slip
late frost did them harm Some light-haired boys-Paul and Loui<+,.aged may
no points
[ office for altering records in i doctors'and
changing the water if it salt ping hill where
in that from to respectfully fourteen and four yearB-,, grows very 'ih
{the auditor' office territory are shipping one
"AU-ajs put it flesh side downwards in the medicine and advice have been swallowed
I curls.
two car loads daily and when the bulk were shorn of their Some powerfulhair
The steamer Olympia from Palermo pun, so that the salt will settle in the
Of the crop comes in it will be immense. dye was then applied and their hair and followed to the gulf +
rived at quarantine station at New Or. pan. In tho country, salted, or what where there is the
became then sickening
black. They were despair
? q
leans I Following are latest New York prices: deep +
Sunday morning with 430: Sicilians, they call pickled salmon is often allowedto
dressed in suits of girl's clothing, to complete -! conviction that all is over and the
I'Who will be cast adrift in the city, from Oranges fancy $3.50; choice brighta, stand for days in sour milk. It must
the northeastern wharf. $3 to $3.50; lancy russets, $3.75 to $3; the disguise. The Children \Verel tara ( be carefully washed when cooked, and end is inevitable there we place I
: strawberries prime 25 to 80c; potatoes. then taken to Pittsburp; and finally I flavor German.Syrup It cures. You area
The Farmers and Merchants bank, of really seems to acquiro a pleasant
little in Howell
towu Michigan ( -
;clark ville. Tenn. resumed business $0 to $7 50; seconds, $4 to $.5; peas Cutlers from its unusual treatment. : live man yet if you take it. 9I "
Livingston county) The
Florida 75 to $2 50
.Tuesday. This is the first national bank ( ), $1.25; string beans Flour made from what is '
were to get $40 for stealing and taking spring YE"l'owdered
to $3.50 tomatoes 50 to .50 apt 1
; ripe $3 $3 ; EWIS' 98%
I that
ever ,resumed after having passedlnto care: of tho children. Iho father was to bo somewhat soft in the fall and
| the hands of receiver..' cabbage $1 to' $1.75; egg-plant, $0 to$8. arrested und lodged in jail on the chargeof winter and doe not make as good broad and Perfumed.
The J., St. A. & IT. R. railway has decided when This defect (rATaNTan.l.StrongrstandpurrstLyemade.: )
Malvern IliU, located about twelve child stealing, ns he is said to have as older and dryer. .
V miles to make a detour and build into be obviated drying the flour be-
below Richmond the scene of one planned the whole scheme. may by Makes the ben porfumedl
tot the the thriving little town of San Mateo. baking by it in a on the "
most famous battles during the WHY TREY WERE sTOLI Y. placing pan Soap In 0 minuus without boi-
pate war, ,has just been Hold to William Work will commence immediately. Tho back of the stove or in a moderately warm I ing. It Is the bout for softening
people there are jubilant over it. The Niles had the children stolen, It is water clonnninfc waste plpee,
\ famous for ,
,no Hale, of New York city drying oven. Many moot '
same road among; its other improvements, claimed' because it was generally thought. disinfecting sinks.cloaoUwann tbl. .
good bread practice this secretly as one of an engagement ring trout as; w
Work began Tuesday on the building is also going to move the Armond sta- the courts would give them to his wife, of tho tricks of the trade ing bottle, palate, trees, etc guarantee. In .n experience of over twenty +
I of the Dallas cotton mills at Iluntsvil e, tion into the town and build a track to and she threatened to put them in .ft PENNA. SALT MFG. CO., years In manufacturing and ceiling ftignu
Ala., to cost $1,000,000 and employ it. convent to which he The spice poultico it a growing favorIte Oeu. ARonts, I'Ulla., I'a. mrnt' rings, wo have never known of a alnnlejinataoce
The station is now a half mile away. was violently op t of failure Besides this feature, k
1,800 'skilled operators, increasing the posed. Mrs. Bruner and Miss Kate in tho sick room. It is pleasant to use -. which IB Mmfortabletorontea>nlateonr price
;population of Huntsville several thousand. The lost number of The Chinese Record Batcheler were arrested for complicity in and easily made. Mix together dry one are no. much lower than what Oilier charge. It,,
," published at Canton China, contains SEEDS. put IIn.ln a pleasant' frame of mind \uunr
Thirteen men, all colored except two, the case. Mrs. Batcheler is a boarding heaping teaspoonful each of ground ginger man will lln<{ It to their interest to commit,
a very interesting article on Jack cinnamon; cloves and flour Moisten ut. J. P. Hterenn A Uro.,Jeweler, 47 \>hut-
under indictment the house with whom the children .
are by grand jury sonville and Florida, which will doubt keeper, with hot water until of consist. the I...... Mid modi com plot Mock. of Mil hall Ml., Atlanta, (la. lend! for catalogue.
4)f the criminal left for safe The sheriff proper bavtls lnth ..rt..1 nl -
| Mecklenburg; N. C., were kccepin dun end fluid tt t Imimi
less do much Its author is Colonel ... ....
b. '
ency to spread. Double and heat a pieceof .ard.n.nd (kni' pap.reei por ca. "' .n.
court for inci ing or leading in the mob. received a telegram from Michigan spy mate Iff on*. K.l illiimr, Oren, lllu
restixuranteur in Jacksonville.
j'bing affair at the county jail last Sunday a ing that the children would be returned old cotton, spread the plaster on it Iud OnfcM, Hrnl4 (IrMOtmotliy, ham.. *...Luottrn.. L14a s
Colonel Lee, who is a distant relative of 'with When Olo.r.'d Tall-m *dnw Oat Or." Frw*
cover cheese cloth. cold O.a 3''lri:::
.. ,
night. at once. W Import ths famous Hcimutta UrMw >i*StwrH
tho present emperor: of China, came to moisten with brandy or whisky and re ), Millot,*).7Atmiih Dr.; died Richmond 'Mii. M M.rimt Mt., Atlanta, (ta.n .
:E. IL Smith' at this country seven years ago to study heat. J. II.flic --- sCured without phy lralortrmntaUnjnry. ;
(;Va., Wednesday night. He was known American institutions but says that the THE TROOPS WITHDRAWN at.vKCREAM. \LMApplIM Treatment Identical with tlmt of Dr\Kt'IIlo\ ,,a.
i throughout the south as the surgeon of ordinary has thus far baffled his The Cost of Producing Milk. Into NixtrlU to O/alakly Wet Dwight, llllnoln. For partlmilare
pie deepest AbinrlMHl, CI...... th* Ud, THE KCCLCV INSTITUTE, '
Chimborazo hospital in that city during thought. Prof. Whitcher, of tho Now Hampshire new Ike Sores and Cone Edgewood Are. and! ITT St.. ATLANTA, ,QA.,
And the Mine
Operators are
5 the war. He was consul toNllplesundtr experiment station after careful observation
Recently Colonel E. P. Cater has received POSITIVELY 1L&MED'1U>
the administration. of Presidents Garfield a diploma of honorable mention Nervous? In Consequence.A of the results from the various experiments CATARRH. BAGGY_KNEES GreeI Pant stretcher

I,and Arthur.' ,. from the Paris world's exposition, testifying dispatch of Friday from Bcott&rie. in that .department, find that AdnpMd! Mudnnu Hwrud Amhwmandstns.
John -Dean, the famous counterfeiter' to the special ment of certain work e: The exodus of state troops, tbe milK from his beta costs an averageof IT RMtnne tuuene"Tut Cold and In Smell B-,quick-| end UuJIwffitB ohm.i ; prol'wiiiu In&your l and Sewn L.;...a.ndgen. (.*

of Winston county Ala., was arrested done by the students of the East Florida couplet with the large consignment of 2.74 cents per quart on good feed. n..d oh.. Ho. Nneus Iata. B. J. oJl Lt'r"w.. turn. Bartatt.WBAK. .

Deputy Msrshal John Lanier seminary and which was contributed to relief money has braced the backbonesf The best cow produced it at a cost of 1.60 aLII' UHoa,M Wen.a Yt, M.T. Ncavon, Wammm mortal' s5

,. and lodge in jail at Huntsville to await an Appropriate department of that great 14,000 strikers till out, and the labor cents, while tbe milk of the poorest cow ache PENSION S I 0 K well and k<*p *.".....".""* n.grw,
the action of the at the nut headquarters are radiant just now as cost ..26 cents. On a richer ration the !ill tUoUu a ) aampl.s5F
gland jury exhibition. The diploma is a handsome PENSION I tn. l>r, J, II. I)VK. Kdllor, Buffalo, $. T.
'term of court. Nine counterfeit dollar steel engraving with elaborate ornamentation compured with the deep gloom; of a few cost from the best cow was reduced to Is Passed. ,e.. .....F
... ....... and ........
land moulds also past. As the soldiers boarded the }J.33 cents while with the same ccw fed and & CARRIADES.ipdrrr.ara ]..
: plaster, were captured. in tbe border. The text is in French train o*1A.via. > !!.whan r.s ourme y !)> wanted.
'N. Gregg & Sons, cotton factors and and states the honorable award by the bitter epithets 'were hurled after on a poor innutritions ration tho cost {lulu lr. Joshes ,::Minaa,c:,lg :" : XV, II. <4 It A_1, 110_A y9 Wowtar V i.Y.CIq.'YOUNG .

'wholesale grocers .at Shreveport, La., of the department and is signed hem Captain Loar win especially mad went up to 8.05 cent per quart.

filed a petition in the clerk's office of the judges director-general of tho exposition "n object of ridicule. Two companies : WIVES !I
,I however, were Itft at Moorowood where A UTICA boy thought he would play ,
district court on Wednesday for a respite and one of the heads of departments of '
letter carrier the other Ill* mother
'The day.
to remain.'
they are operators are
the French .
of A
one two and three meeting republic.The
years. .
of their creditors is fixed for May 27th. Hone market. growing nervous and have doubled thought he was very funny, until she discovered We Offer You a Remedy which Insures *
: had sb
several that he found about sixty of
_,'oJ abilities,|220,000;; assets _nearly,$ QO,,- The Orange and Vegetable Auction guards at points her old love letter and wa distributing Safety; to Life of Mother and Child "4
o, of Jacksonville report prices THE TnoUBLR RENEWED.,
'I company
them at the neighbor houses.Dellkted.. lAMothes
The case of the state agaiiist Henry, holding well up, good russet stock showing A special of Saturday from Scottdale, "

Braoham charged ;with the murder of, an advance of 10 to:15 cents per box .ays: Hardly had the so dices, left the The Lad1.. : '

;',John Silicon, which precipitated the riot, and selling above the bright, presumably region before the fear of the citizen rise pleasant effect and the perfect safety
t,, last week was concluded in the criminal' on account of their better keeping were realized, and gang of cokes again j I I with which ladle mar DM the liquid fruit laxatlVf "
'* court at Charlotte Friday. The jury,were qualities. Prices run as follows; Good turned loose their lawless passion of i I of all conditions makeIt Bob Confinement of Its 1'J.iy, JlOttJIOIt M ,

out only twenty-five minutes, when they1 bright, in heavy smooth stock and desirable hate and revenge. Throughout the region; Syrup Flgn.nnder" and HISK, ai Thousand Teitlfy.BAILO .
counts to' $3.05 mixed all the earth trembled their l favorite rem.d,. It li pleasing to the
.' brought in a verdict of guilty., :The ver- $2.50 ; Friday night fairly I
diet was received with favor by both Iota in fair counts $3 to $3.50; mixed with the succession of shocks following ere and to the taste, gentle yet effectual In '
**, X. 0., January, llO. Loran alas,Jaa.25,1151.Teo .
white and colored people. lots containing considerable big fruit, explosion of dynamite bonds. At Leiser. acting on the kidneys, liver and bowel. ..
much eaa'l be laid la praise of After using ODt' bottle of lIotl1.. *
$1.75 to $3.25 lines of fruit No. 3 of the Frick works, crowdof
straight big iug
;; At Raleigh, N. C., on Monday General. ; foot against costly ."' other'u Friend." Mr wife used only Friend," before eonanemeatllafferedbat
; Robert T. Hoke had a long inference lower. Some drops and culls in bad strikers gathered on the LIU, and at A tuners two bottle before confinement, and wa little pain, and did not experience that

with Govi root Holt and mado'known' to order sold low. As stated above, choice one time thirty bombs were exploded In labor only. twenty mlnutei. lbs 1* doing weakness an"WU4,1IIW in snob oases.ipladidly. .
russets sold above the holes in LJ.DIII Deeding a tonic or children who Thank to" Mother's Friend." My recovery rapid.
brights. Fancy simultaneously tearing great flag
; 'the latter the fact that he declined to accept want building up, should take Browns Iron JHO. I. MORTON. MBI. AIMS OAOI.
tb presidency of the North Carolina fruit ranged above $3. The company the earth, breaking the windows in many Bitten. hI.1 plnaunt to take, ouree ltlalerla.Jndla..tton. ,
; ? advance in houses and the for HlllounnoM and LI rer Complaints,
expect a rapid prices during frightening people
J!, railway last week, to which by the position dirtcto's.he was Another elected the remaining two or three week of the mile around by the terrific roar make* the Blood rich and pure. tat tr Eifiea Claries Pit-paid, n Rtctlpt of Piles, ll.iO par Bcttlj. Boot loUuiJ,",lallti nti

election will therefore be held this week season. During the put year can new hooks were REGULATOR
tuned by the American publishing hou_ BRADFIELD ATLANTA GA.
A Plea for Lower Ualee.The b
.. to fill the vacancy A REGULAR HUB-BUB ''.- .OLDI: I aT Ax.L :asQOFOx.T.-' .:
of Wild wood and
: It is reported that on May 1st. all the very people much dissatisfied on account of -- bad huo..u.-l'a.To: We will send free into rmatlos how are to ...

..: coal miners in the Coal creek and Jellico, I high freights. A writer' in the Timet- Reigns In the PennsylvaniaCoke grow a luxuriant suit ot hair,.no matter what butr.I'or .. DOWN WITH HICH"PRICES..
coal fields will work.< Men Ibo
Tenn., quit tattmoul.LTwrite ,
Union this "Re- Regions.The parllonlanoand 1'0'
regarding matter
says WHY not buy emmtb.La. esFactery.f1NaIIAr.1 ; "
,.speaking for thorniness" ,. say it will not turns show that the transportation lines news of Monday from beatOo.. Bas kat. .Lsxla K,. w luklndlalka MlddUmoa'e .. ...- :- #
;" be a strike but that the miners will go --- >J worl"a.04 SAVE Ilealere' .ro.Uto aU.III.a",
out in order to confer with the operatorsand get the best share of all shipments up to Pa., is to the effect that the rioting by brAts or OHIO, 1:1'1'' or IOLKUO, l 00 ( Over 1,000 Artloleold ..

to settle pcverlipoints of the present. For instance, eleven barrelsof striker continues in Ihe coke regions. LUCAS Cou"Tr dl..... la *ofwum.r., Uwrebyevl
.'difference attempt, chief of which is the manner cabbages sold in Philadelphia at $1.23per Leisenring No. 2 plant Qf the Frick Coke senior".04 a partner II: J. CIIKNIY or U..wake firm of oath F.that J.CumcrA h.l. the 1 SAnTIU .>.i 301* 90 per eeau

coal. barrel and the freight was $1.20 per Company hat been kept in an uproar Co., doing bu>ln.M u the l/itf of -
.'of weighing barreL Another lot of 400 crates returnedto continuously since Saturday night. The l.uuntyanj mate afor ..ld, and that raidarm cue NettAutomalla Drake .

A dispatch of Wednesday, says: Mrs. the $140 on which the freight will par' he .um 01. Un ilui died iJolUra ca w Ca.rbus,
grower works are by a mob day and for each and every caj> of CATAHBH that can
''. 8. 8. Ilito and Mrs. Hobson. two of the was near $300. Another lot of 48 crates night. The explosions of bombs, firing not be oared by tee sue of lULl CAT AnnaUUHa. s 1I FREE.t.w .
victims of the polaoniug at the returned to the $' which .
grower .99. on guns, blowing of horn and beating of TRACE J. ('IIa".1' Ii ANer elm/.
some days ago at Louisville are the freight was $34. These are only a cans can .be beard at all hours. Thowhole Swore before me and aubecrlbed .my
dying, and the indications are that Wm.Terry few of the many! shipments that have community seem to be dazed and, tth day of Ifeccmtwr, A.1>.,.l&d.Jl e
-J.- A. W,
and L. L. Dorsey will die within a shared the same fate. The cabbage crop no one know what moment the worst lluLr bLIAaoD.. srricc II" I N ,

few hour. Mr%. Robert :May is considerably this season will not pay to the grower the may come. The C9ke rompnntrs have ffntaru PuMir. TUX

worse. W.,11. Snook! the;brides money back: they spent in buying crates sworn out injunctions against/ thirty-three acts UaU'a.,Irectly Catarrh on Core tn. blood I. taken and Internally mucous sunlac and WONDERFUL Its

groom is slightly better. gathering and hauling them to the depot. of the leaders and also instituted criminal ....f th* system U lad fur tcallmoniala, LUBUR6 CHAIR '""'

'\ A Nashville, Tenn., dispatch of Wed The labor and other expenses in growing charge agaioat them. Injunction t : 2 F. J. CRUIT&: Co. Toledo, O. ( blaee a fee.4"1I
nesday says: The board of dental examiners the crop is in almost every case an entire papers and warrants have been placed in EaT fcold by l>r' Kglma. Tte. f fbalre U eoe,

provided for in the act regulating lots, and the complaint is general and the hand of 'the sbiriff and constables -by making a I .aaeie,Ued.orCeackTiHxKIil taAlAt.

', the practice of dentistry, was appointedby strong against tbe high; rate of transporta but they claim to lie powerless to serve. ] FITS ntoppMl No Flu after Kuam'ant. .ATNKnTiUuToiiin. .II.UY tn. / Facer appuaitea<'aalr.if nay Ueckera,daeriptum, oVo.9lWrlteatoaeeforLaialu /( Ali .
Governor Buchanan a* follows) Dr., tion. While the prices have not ruled them without the assistance of troops.' ut.. tlarvcloui rnree. Treatlae ant ti trial, ue.Htn4 .

J. Y.. Crawford, Nashville, three-year high in market, yet with a reasonable I ca tl. lr,.. Ir. Kiln. Kl Arab Ht, Phlbv. Pa. itampi end mention seed.ward,
term;, D *, tit B., Lee, Nashville, two freight rate the people would have made THE LUBURG MANUFACTURING CO. PHILADELPHIA. PA.Dept. .

years; Dr.. J. Newborn, Memphis, some money on the,' cabbage crop, as it VERY UNSATISFACTORY Spring A 103,Ne.. 391, 3t3, 343 N.ria glh Klrert.

three years;' Dr. T. W,. Arlington, Memphis was large and the :cabbages! were good. -

one year, Dr. T. A. Shotwell, Rog- The people are very much discouraged, To the Italians was Elaine's Last CURES DIARRH A

ersville, one year; Dr. 8. B. Cook Chattanooga and some seem to think that the grow Note to Rudlni.Friday's tl .

; two year ing of vegetable will have to be abandoned Medicine

I A dispatch from Pensacola, Fla., says: unless they can have a lower dispatches ay that the replyof DYSENTERY
Secretary Elaine to Marquis dl Rudini'*
freight rate. a
British bark: Curlew which arrived
The ,
Sunday from Rio Janeiro had on board last note on the subject of the .New 'Or. i H Is SO ,important that CRAMPS.

THE PANAMA CANAL lean affair is the only'important subject knows its 1. -
eighteen cases of yellow fever. Duringthe eveJ>ody necessity -
of conversation and '
there were four death The newspaper The Beat Thing'
passage and value. And
Will ail throughout Italy. The fall text, of the
last case was convalescent on March 16tb, In Probability be Carried -
since whloh time the health of the crew to Completion.A reply reached Rome Friday, and Rudini, there a nothing equal to FOR THE BOWELS
Minister Porter and other holding .
'has been good. The board of health de. persops, .
gilded that it would be dangerous to have dispatch from Paris France, says: position which would enable them GIVE IT TO i A
the ship remain at j'ensacgland the The report nti the Panama'canal ha been to apt1nable opinion upon the Hood'sSarsaparilla! 'I e
cent to the liquidator of the !I, New Orleans with CHILDREN
vessel was according! ordered to lea:>: company, dispute, were besieged TEETHING
I Monchieourt, by Lieutenant Wve, who interviewer The substance of opinion ,
J, Xetibville"The1 farmer1 been tobacco sued by,warehouse 0. L. hi* been negotiating with the Columbian {. that ft**,controversy i* In' course of ad- r IT WILL SAVE THEIR LIVES.POffT .

bas government to prolong the eonoessien. Jmtmenx .. It is :.o1Dc1all,..denied that.&ber"iI -
patrick. of A. p. Thompson & Co., for lie says affair have been placed. fair troth U tha
; Any icporf sent from let year lreeNI.t raierchaal' >*r.4
$90,000, for advance alleged to have order and urge immediate and energetic Rome to the daily ChronicU, of London, To Purify the Blood, wade ,.. taat ..."It... .... will u

.J beet>> laadg :fag UUf purchase| .. action to save the capital invested in the that United &tate* Minister Porter i* create an appetite and M well for It WO'i'T.e .
Thompson &:; Co.:have been heavy tpecaUtor canal from destruction! ; Lieutenant
Wyse the point of departing from Romeon
*IB tobacco; Ja eonsequenc of this advocate six' |. 0 erccoWaA .. That; Tired
locks wits >a, single a three month's leave of abaence; **- >' t ? t J ,
att.'E P.-TkeinpwB Co., and n.m. artificial ,lake in the center; He elinaloo
ben of the firm of IL P. Thompson, InWi.ncheater. ,," '"
estimate the time
required to execute THE TREATY SIGNED Best Couch Uodiein Rfomianded fcy PlivaloUn*. |
Galen aPeck
Ky.Jodge the work .t..l..Jears, and the maximum h*
( Doses Curea eJ* fail*
4f St. Louis, mnd O.JJ, Kirkpatrick, of cost at 000,000,000 of franc lie expresses toetc. Children like it wilhoul objection.Jiy dntgala
WinchesttT made aa aaeignmentWed- the conviction Inaugurating Reciprocity: le q
that before the !
nesday, ,jThe babilitle IN $1 0,000. &. pirUoa tea Jean the profit of tbe tween Cuba and, Uncle S h lij.." One Dollar'

-t lAtano.f 1dl4patchTueldajwAtt4 ,.w ccmpaiBrf J*, It complete* the tans!, 'A cablegram from Madrid aonouoca
the fact t&4;the Minority stock.hotdet -! will. suffice to : that the draft of the UAIUA
progreaaiv* propor. new commercial !r Oslxpdeiorp
Rte g9.ApaEUUyRo
6f the LooVoot Mountain ComP :tiaautu dare Loathe BORE CxsarrnttrelAwullut;
shareholders of the treaty between Spain and the Unites MONEY I II.a.uu.

: 1 hive fled another bill* asking that old company, besides paying 1 dividend State, looking toward partial reciprocity cm Trenail. ....,...<<-'tmJt.ur.Lir.u ...... P t y sTMa

the deed ofmveyfagl1o' ,property tor the P** "shares of the new company. with Cuba, was concluded Prjday.'Itunderstood "axw.MM", eeC1 l' .wbr ., w
e.e& ,
National Lookout Company be canceled, Finally Lieutenant Wyse declare that '. that the treaty ties very 2siViZw'SsiriiDOuTsii ruuiir. I --I.e"a..::1C'n-....+_....)..Stag..- aew.a 1------.d. rid .e wJ ..a. .... ..
and threaten that dales it is doe the stories of tbe low duties ..._ ..
deadly cllmaU Panama oa flour and other articles :. eeua.p -- ..r'.rw. ....t:Mw.YL' _
croubl litigation will follow, That are exaggerated and that the uni- imported from the United State into the NYYAN.. Catalogue fe:::"a. a .ar.w..,-" .rr .ef.aaert. c....,.,,.tl.. r tat e'S' "
t ....
I v company: is composed of a wealthy tart condition is improved. Antilles I TirriH. OHIO., 81411 ...w .w A...a It. .. -

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out. We congratulate them In the possession '- NEGLIGEE SHIRTS
OUR TALLAHASSEE 'LETTER of so nice a horse and buggy, x r I tf IJ 'ZO.
hJ !
and hope they will enjoy it as much M S:
they deserve, and we' all know how OQT tTj AND
mnch that is. g. J.r.I't. : ....
A Review of Doings at the Capital o. ,,,, t t4 ))
L'J 4pp
for the Past Week. Our Sunday school Is steadily thin "I, MM t" r A/V s SC>JI. ,'
In numbers, and we feel proud to (II'" C1t r
we were the first to start that good ball : ; I tI r:::2' Are the Proper Thing for Gentlemen to Wear tIlls Weat]

Special Correspondence to Advocate. rolling on Indian River and' pleased to o .lIt-tee.a !:! rn t.2:2 ....f "t:
TALLAHASSEE' :, April 27, lAgl. see how many are now established on g'' '" CD 0 rl8 WE HAVE THE
the river. "'" .
: t= S ..
i Nothing tins transpired of startling Miss Carrie Norwood, of Titnsvllle, C ITI E; tTj ;0 C>
Importance since I wrote yon last. The ha been relatives. 0 cno
out visiting among .. S" I
caucus still meet, and a few ballots are She is dividing her time between her = 0"'" 541 >- rl Also Black Satin Suspenders
The aunt, Mrs. Julia Coleman and cousin g; 0. --
taken, but It U only a burlesque. o g .fro .. OjTi -- N ,
Miss Julia Feaster. She enjoys the free- ent
still rules, and there are still rw s.t.2:2 .
minority : at One.Donarr
dom of country life very mnch. rE ........ White Satin Lining,
who favor but the a 0
enough men, ,00 x hiflD :

choice of the people, to prevent a two- Cocoa.Everyone c .. iUS >- Ro SeD c> The Finest Thing 011

thirds "ote.Senator 5 [ =: hf Ii P' :i
Hardee left for his beautifulRockledge I* busy preparing for May 'iI' fI p ,..... It
: C>
home, last Friday, to obtain Day. o o e o 0r7 ; "--4 g's. OF ALL KINDS. SHOES A SPECIAL!!
few days rest. His absence will not Mr. U. J. Tiffin/ of Courtney, was In t :f r+ f'II: fA Z ern.s
town last week.
result In any Injury or loss to his constituents : l ; {} VI =n
for he willno doubt, be back Mr.; C. O. Blyth, of Indlanola, spent a j '- tj _Ji Iir J. P. TURNER &
Sunday In Cocoa. "S"
i o
long before the circus gets down to Mr. C. T. Verbeke, of Brantley, Wall t"4 c.M. .5 = Ii tTj
actual business of Importance. In Cocoa () ,
Friday. :
iJ :
Where U the man who was going to Col. E. C. Wade has returned from his "' '' "0'' '' = H't'I rw- cog E. L. :se.: .D ,
handle the question of tax reform with business trip to Georgia.Mr. tI! = e.... ) po. :t F =

out gloves? lie has apparently vanished J. Brady Bowers, of Coquina, wasa a.aar: l\ .rn rD. .s=n t&tTj { Groceries Grain Hay Garden Seed Ferdlii> ]

Into thin air. The conservative man has visitor/ In Cocoa, Friday.' f cD ltLrJ !da CDI. ,

found his way to the front, and the taxassessment Mr. C. R. SaHeantson, of Hope Sound, to "'O. [ I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of a
and collection will be Is stopping at the Delmonico. !:IS': .ra.. = ...... tIE3:
system -. ..... ca: ,. Groceries FrniAn
Dr. G.: W. Holmes of Point .. Staple Ac Fancy x
City was : m
handled with consideration and care; a visitor In town Thursday. &5 S Er !d tjen .I. Food Products
?' 4 F
and while It will of F3
preclude any danger
Mr. Bob. Hardee left for Washington, I Of All Kinds. Also My Stock of
the non-resident or unsophisticated settler i D. C. last week, to join his wife. I

from being subjected to worry or Messrs. W. B. Ord and A. E. Holt, of Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meat

Joss. by tax sale, yet It will not allow City,Point, were In town Thursday. Gronndf Food and Wbewt..

corporations or the owners of Spanish Cocoa was well represented at the BREYARD COUNTY JAMES HOLMES, President.ALBERT I I am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively the above toGoode.
grants to laugh or mock at our tax auction sale at Rockledge last week. I buy close, and will sell close. I Invite your correspondence and uU
A. TAYLOR Secretary.
collector.It The much needed rains of last week your patronage. Very truly, ___'
did vegetation a vast amount of good. E.. __ ..3RADY.
Is reported here that Judge Me-
Mr. W. A. Howland Is stopping at the STATE BANK INDIAN RIVER
Whorter, the main stay of the Railroad
Pierce House at Indlanola for a while.
CommUnlun, has sent In his resignation; Mis Daisy Johnson spent last week GEORGE M. BOBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM,

to take effect next Thursday. It Is also with her sister Mrs. C. A. Willard of City COCOA FLORIDA Attorney-at-Law. Attorney-at-Lw
charged that the matter has been In the Point. REAL ESTATE

hands of the governor for over ten days, Mr. C. A. Willard and family, of City Incorporated 1880.CAPITAL .
.but has been kept secret for fear the Coco Point spent Sunday with friends In Robbins & GrahamReal

press should make an effort to get an : EXCHANGE
Mr.;Geo. M. Robbins, the prominent Paid Up, 935OOO.
anti-corporation .man appointed. to fill lawyer of Tltusvllle, was in town last Authorized ,
the vacancy. I begin to feel, from the Friday. 100000.

way matters look, that It would be as Mrs. M. J. Thomas I Is having a six- COCOA Indian River FLA Estate Dealers.ALL .
well to abolish the Railroad Commission. roomed house built on her lot near the ACCOUNTS SOLICITED. ,

It will be of little use, but none the less postoffloe. Money to Loan at Lowest Rates
expensive, to the people If Its members Rev L. R. Rest held service in the Property of All Kinds Bought, Sold aid KINDS OF PROPERTY BOUGHT, SOLD AND EXCHANGED.

are to be .selected by Messrs. Clilpley, Methodist evening.W. church. last Sunday morningand DIRECTORS: Exchanged. Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Compaq|
G. S. HABDKK President
Parrott, or men of that school. De Graff, the jeweler, left, last JAMES HOLMES Vice-President.
,It Is rumored that'the Grand Jury has week, for Tennessee, where he will spend By AH Inquiries will be promptlyand Titusvillc. Brevard Co,. Florida..
found a true bill against Col. S. S. Harvey the summer. R. HOLMES, Cashier. reliably answered. Fire Insurance

for assault with Intent to murder; Mr. Cantlno, of North Cocoa conducted ALBERT A. TAYLOR, J. M. SANDERS, written In standard companies at lowest P. O. Box, 250.

and his victim/ Jim Alexander, will havean service In St. Mark's Episcopal J. F. WOOTKN. rates. We Buy and: Sell All Kinds of Heal Estate; and are Sole AgcnUbJ
opportunity to explain to the court church last Sunday.Mr. large list of carefully-selected Properties in all parts of Bravard county.
how he happened to be carrying concealed E. C. Johnson has moved Into Mr.S. RELIABLE Information furnished as to character location and value of any"
deadly weapons at the time. Belcher' new store. We wish him The Co. perty on Indian lilver.
Mr. Mays created n sensation at the success in his new stand. Clyde Steamship Our facilities fOil the transaction of a general Real Estate busfncos are unequi'rj
auous the other night by reading the Mr. and Mrs. John Blyth and little and every effort will be made to give perfect satisfaction"to' intending Pure;
following note daughter, Violet of Indlanola, spent who may favor us with their patronage.No .
Wednesday with friend in Cocoa. Properties listed unless the Title is Perfect.
"April 20, 1801.-I hereby agree to attention, to Conies and bodies of I
desiring large
Special given Syndicates
give John L. Bryant one hundred dollars Mr. and Mr*. Munson and Mr. and
for and in consideration of one vote Mrs.,F. C. Allen, of Georgiana, were In I Priced Lands. ..
from his county, leaving Call and voting town Friday, having dental work done. WriUrfor Descriptive Catalogue.

and becoming a fixture against him.J. Mrs. E. W. Hall and little daughter
NwLAir. Bessie, of City Point spent a few days EDwAIFw STILIN'G.Cocoa
Mr. Newlan denounced the statement last week with her sister Mrs J. M. San .
an Infamous He. A committee has been

appointed to Investigate the matter; ders.Mr.. N. R. Johnson, of Indlanola, was Indian River,, Florida,
and I for the sake of
hope Florida's fair
a visitor In town Monday. He leaves Dealer in
cone the committee will spare no effort for a visit to his home .In Scotland about '
*o the facti.Appropriate May 20th. PAINTS, HARDWARE, STOVES, TINWARE & AGATE iA I

and Impressive memorial Misses Emma and Ida Thumby, brother
services were held here on Sunday. and cousin Mr. and Miss Thursby, PLUMBERS' &; MILL SUPPLIES, OILS, GLASS &; PUTTY, TABLE
Hon. A. J. Russell was the orator of the of Green Cove Springs, Fla., were In Now York, Charleston and Florida Lines. &; POCKET CUTLERY, BARBED WIREr WIRE NETTING,
day. Bishop Weed and other
many town Wednesday.The WIRE CLOTH.DOOE1.S .
FloridIans of note
were present, also
numerous members of the legislature.Your regret many to friends learn of that Miss she Clara ha been Sanders The magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed : SAS :SIaIrTa15, na.xO:

troduced untiring representative has In. quite 111 at the Wesleyan Female Collegeat to sail as follows : Lime & Cement, Shingles & Lath
two more bills since my last
Macon Ga.
epistle was mailed; as follows: "An act (naJTDABD rasa) Guns, Ammunition Fishing Tackle of all kinds. Ship Chandlery Goods,G'
to provide for service, of non-residents In Mr. S. Shear was called down to Micco From N.w York :From Jacksonville Doors, Cook Stoves and Range, Gasoline Stoves. Coffins and Caskets;
(Pier 2IJ,E.B.) STEAMER!: :JPlorlda.
divorce cases and confirming all decrees last week to see his daughter 111 Miss Ethel, Monday, Apr.27th at 3 r. ......"8EMINOLE".........8OJIda,.. May M at 12,00nooq ARTESIAN WELL-PIPE a Specialty. :Lawn Mower, Ice
taken while
therein where service had been obtained who was very visiting her Wednesday, Apr.2Kb,at a r. ......."IROOU018'A:.. ....Tuesday, May std, at ace p. M. Cream Freeze.; Brick, Lime Cement and
upon non-resident defendant under brother Le Roy at that place. Friday, May 1st, atSr.Monday ...... ..ALO()N{ UL.I..Tburad&y! :: May 7th, at ..00 A. MV Chimney Pipe; Flogs <&; Busting;,at 3 r. ...... / ......,.Sunday, May lath, at 6 30 A. BV
David R. Johnson of formerly Table and Pocket
Chapter 3380, LAWS of Florida. Referred Mr. Jupiter, Wednesday, May 6th,at S p. ......"YKMA8HKK!: ,"........Tuesday May nth, at ..00 A. K. Cutlery; Mouldings Scroll Work, eta., etc.
to the judiciary committee. Also, of Cocoa, came up the river last Friday, Maj Sth, at 8 r.Monday. ......'.SEMINOI.II\Th1lrad&,, May Mth, at 1.30 A. Catalogues, sample cards and.size U&tIlent free application. Corresp
No. 180-To be entitled "an act week to attend the auction at Rockledge. MayllthMl r. ......."IROqUOia ........Sunday, May 17th, at 11.90 A. M. solicited and estintate furnished; .
regu ...... "..,.. promptly.Watson
He returned home Wednesday, May 13th at 3 p. .AW NQU May lath, M LOOP. .
rating the manner of payment of jurors Monday. Friday, May 15th,M 8 P. ......'.'.CHEROKEE'1! ..Thunday May sat, 3.30 P. M>
and witnesses In county court" Referred )fr. and Mrs. W. A. Brush and Mr*. Monday May 18th,at 8 P. .....I.. YEMAH8CE.>.Bandar, May :Mth, at ..30 A. M,
to the judiciary committee. This I* E. II. Walters, who have been stoppingat Wednesday, May Both,at* p. ...... .SL'IINO!:!' ..TuMday. May Sbth, at '.00 A. M.
Friday, Ma.2I. at 3 p. r."I1t4XUOke, ..........Thursday, May nth. at S.OOA. *
a very necessary measure, for under the Mr. Brush's place at City Point, left Monday, May 26th,at 8 P. ......" ."..:...Sunday, May Mst at 11.00 A. M. J. S.
present practice there Is a conflict of for the north last week. Wednesday, May nth,M 8 p. "CHEROKEE*' Tuesday June 3d. at 1.00 p. w i Co
opinion between the judges of the several Mr. Cantlne will conduct service Friday, nay Seth,at S P.New. r."YItMA88kE.Thumday' June ads, at p. K;. ,
circuits as to whether one or threemonth's I
at St. Mark's Eplseftpal church next
notice by publication II requiredIn I
Sunday. Bible class and choir rehearsalwill
the case of non-resident defendant, be held. usual on Saturday after St. Johns River Line.For Viibialtiii.7B1O
and Is :
It questionable whether any di noon. earl I

notice oroellfJ'lnted.'where,by publication only was one given month', are )fr. and Mrs. Isabel, of New Haven, Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points on AND

legal. Mr. Atkinson also Introduded Conn., who have purchased the King the St. JohnsRiver.
Mil No. place at North Cocoa, and have been
173.-"AI'I act to Incorporate the
Florida Loan and Trust Company." Referred stopping with Mrs. J. G. Powell, left for TU-elegant Iron Blde-wbeel Steamers : I FORWARDING MERCHANTS
the north last .
to the committee on corporations. Friday.Mr. "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE _
Senator Hardee/ states that he never Llchty of the Signal Service at ,
received any petition from his constituent Tltusvllle, took an Impromptu bath Cat. W. A. SHAW, I
requesting him to vote for CalL It from the steamer St.Augustine, Monday "FRED'K DE BABY," Dealers in Fertilizers
I* now In order/ for the party who was morning, at Cocoa; but he kept It very Capt. T. W. LUND Jr. ,
entrusted with the quiet when he returned to Tltusvllle. .
duty forwarding t Are to tall from Jacksonville,dally at a.>> and from
appointed except Saturday p. n Sanford; I?. Henderson .Sc
the precious document, to explain why The many friend of Mr. Geo. Speer, dally except Sunday, at I.a. m. Co's Garden Seed]
It never reached the party to whom It who for the past year has been In the *

was addressed. A vote by Hardee for employ of Mr. O. K. Wood, regret his BOUTHBOITNT Read Po.... 8CHXDULE. NORTHBOUND.Read Up. Orange> Bobs (Crates &

Call might be the entering wedge to leaving Cocoa. We understand he will LaaveSJMp. s.........,..................Jacksonville...........................Arrire 11.43 p. .. paper.CEMENT .
break the deadlock. SPECTATOR. go Into business for himself at his old LOG p. r.................................ralatka.............................Leave lee p. .. .
home In Sanford. He ha the best wishes I JO A. .................................Astor.............................. 1JO p. r.
.. ... .. ... ..................
S.41A.M .. ..... .. .. St. frauds ..... 1X41: p. r. PLASTER & HAIR. AGENTS
for success of his Cocoa friend Mr. H. 8,00 A. ..,.....*.........Beresford .............r'...... 11. a i. r FOR OCALA
\ LaGrange.All T. Le Rousseliea now fill the position N SOMA. K..t r...........................Blue apHngi........................... : II.. A. a' for the
held by Mr.Speer at Mr.Wood' ArrivelUMA. M...............r............ Sun/onl ........................ .. *.M A. a' Agents C. F, T. REFRIGERATOR CARS.
the plcnleen have our best wishes recently .> Lie A. r.............................Ea.rpriw..........................., *> *J>A. .'
for a pleasant trip. General Passenger and Ticket Office, 88 W. Bay St., Jacksonville; Will Furnish Care Wheel Deelnd. sad a.e that for.*.proeieetr LO.t.DICD.ICED,

So much rain that the fish- Fort Pierce.Mr. F.M.IRONMONGER.J... Florida Paaeenjrer A Cftt.88 West nay Bar,JacksdUTUle ITa. KD. and TRACED ta rtttfaetleeuWe
Saturday J.a PEW Krelicht Ages on wharf t"-1t ag.ogtre.t,Jacksonville will Buy all kinds of Fruits fry had to be Indefinitely postponed.The Hood returned, last week, from JOHN L. HOWARD,riorija FrelKht Allot fou4 Laura Street Jacksonville.Ha. Vege4ables, Furs and. Skins; in
an extended trip up and around Ocala. J.A.UMU K.Sapsrinlesxtent. Laura Sueet,Jackspnvtlle,I'U. will Buy and Sell anything offered to us.
regular service of the Methodist THKU.(.tUB TrsAfl Manager.Howling Oraen, New York.
church was held Sunday by Mr. Byrd. The trade boat Sparkle came down on MARSHAL H.CLYUK.AssC Trams Manager.ft BowUng -.New York. Correspondence solicited on any wants you may hare .

Quite a good congregation were out. Monday heavily laden with good, WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Gen'l Agents., Respectfully, J. 8. WATSON 4

Jerome Feaster made a flying visit Mrs. Bennett' little baby was taken IS .....WkarrM.Fkl......... a.......Q.....Hew Y.rk
111 and still
home Sunday. We were sorry to see very on Sunday, quite .
him with such a cold, hope he U all over Carleton Bro, of Ten Mile Creek, T. J. 'Yn .TON
It now. made quite shipment of tomatoes last ,
If r, and Mrs.Tom Smith, of Titusvtlle/ DISTILLER'PURE
The last week raiD ha been plentiful ,
were out Sunday a fine new, double-
seated vehicle, to visit their brother, with n*; it came a* a great boom to the Dealer In GeaeralMrohan

Mr. Rod Smith. farmer Mr. Frank ha been quite under the :: 1...e TITUSVILLE, &C.J Sa: vv .

Sunday afternoon was perfect and weather lately not being able to be lathe
many were the buggies that passed our store much. Melbourne, Fla. Indian River, Fla. &: Warehouse : LYNCHBURG TEHH.
place with gay Couples, ,,out enjoying a ,
drive la the country. Quit. a number of people around here L M. XABBXTTE PBOPB.

Mr.C.H.Waltonof the ADVOCATE;and are this going year, and Into are the busy pineapple clearing business land for Hats Shoes Clothing Dry GoodsJust T. J. Eaton & Co., Agents, Tltusvil! Fla.

less Mead Mr. J. W. Huatiagtoa of Anrantta them. -

were oat riding last Thursday We are glad to note how well the St. Arrived. Splendid Good.
and called upon Mr. Johnson. We are This U the most central Hotel town,
Lucle school I* A few of
t end Ply to welcome our city our citizens visited t1.en..t Friday to OILS PAINTS, HARDWARE, LEAD, and U only four miante walk from the ADVERTISE in this

hear the scholars make speech, which DRUGS. GROCERIES: GRAIN Paper
and close
Capt. sad Mrs. Fritcbard were out were 'fW71'OOd. and reflect great credit Of all kinds; aDd U act a full line of Railway Depot
riding Tuesday la their Undomo turn on their teacher. crerjtiJng. Gall aa4 examine, U Landings, 18
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