East Coast advocate

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East Coast advocate
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Titusville Fla
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May 8, 1891
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Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
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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X1.2. TITTJSVILLE: ,: Indian River, FLA., FRIDAY, MAY 8, :1891.: No. IB.' :.a

>CAL NEWS. -Mr. C. Serjeantson, of Hobe Sound, -)Ir. Frank Everett, of Fort Pierce, -Judge M. S. Jones started for St. Lu- -Mr. and Mr*. J. T, Storey and Miss -Mr. Porchcr] of Courtney, was la zf

has been spending a few days at Cocoa. left for New Haven, Conn., this morning.The cie and Jupiter on Monday, to attend to Storey, of Albany N. Y., were in town Eau Gallic Monday. .

-The steamer Georgiana has been railway schedule has now been some legal business.Mr. yesterday.Mr. -Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Graham left her .

>"and General Ooulp In connection taken off the run Between) here .and Or- changed. Now there is only one train A. J. Canover, of Rocklodge II. C., Stokes arrived In town, the end of last week for Rochester,TfcTi "
*rrkhrtndIanRiver. and Lake Worth .eef mond. out and one In. started for Elizabeth N. Y. from ] All the furniture
,U..ea during of Wednesday England, on Wednesday evening, for the new Clerk'.aoffice ,
f put week. Brief mention
to .":. ....ting Events t About People Ton -Mrs. C. F. Fischer, who has been I -Mr. II.J. Tiffin, of Montreal], Canada, morning, and will be away some time. and started, yesterday, for llobe Sound, and vault has been received, avalMr. ; .9.

]ano. ,;.. and People Ton Don't Know- m for a week or so, Is much better; were arrived at Eau Gallie Monday, on a visit -Mr-D. P. Merwin, of Mulford one where he Intends becoming pineapple Stewart will take pleasure In show- \

h VMMd\ np by Our Society Editor. pleased to note. to Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Walton.Mr. of the largest oyster grower of Connecticut grower. Ing ,visitors over his cosy quarters.

t.'iIiWt: ) -Service at the Episcopal church on John, McAllister, of Eau Gallie, Is among the distinguished arrivals Mesurs. J. S. Watson, Theo. Wash- -The advertisement of'F. O. AIle-..

1 ,1IIr.t ;Advertisements under this head- Sunday-morning and evening. Rev. B. started for Tenllle, Ga., Tuesday morn- at the Everett.-Timft'Union. burn and Davis returned here Monday the energetic hardware dealer of Georg-

are'11[" ten. cents per line per week. F. Brown will officiate.Mr. ing, where he expects to remain for a .Stop at the Titusvlllo Moat Market, evening, in the yacht R. A. Hardee, ana, appears in this issue One by one, '; b

''a ,"t the ADVOCATE at Dr. Screven's. Geo. M. Robbins left for Jupiter short time, sinking artesian wells. on Washington Avenue when you come from their trip to the Keys. Mr. Watson i the progressive merchants at down-river' r

Cents' per, copy. Wednesday morning to attend to legal -Mr. J. A. De Weese, representing to town. Fresh eggs, chickens, vegetables brought back quite a large numberof points are taking advantage of the ADVOCATE ;

I' and :Miss Nicholson, of Eau ; business. He expects to, get back Chamberlain & Co., manufacturing beef, pork sausages, Tennpsee butter pineapples.Mr. ] :, and learning to appreciate its '

:'; were in town Tuesday here Sunday.We pharmacists, of Des Moms' Iowa, was In eta E. J. Davis, manager. t.f. J. P. Coats,, of McDowell, Alabama value as an advertising medium and 1U,

site a pleasant dance took place at are informed that it was from town the end of last week, making ad- ,-Miss Fanny William, of Jacksonville who has a place at LaGrange, arrived efforts and ability as a factor In ge.rooting .-

0 i Hall last night. the steamer St. Sebastian, Signal Service. vertising contracts for his firm. has been In town during the week, i hero on Saturday. lie Intends the development of the SoitthttutCoait

o ,000 to loan at 10 per cent if tv officer Llchty fell overboard at Cocoa, -Messrs. R. E. Serjeantson and F. on a visit to her sister, Mrs. C. H. Wat I building residence at Lafarange, as -Its chosen field. The more liberal

ckj; in sums to suit. Robbins & and not the St. Augustine.Dr. Machattie, of Hobe Sound, have been in son. She expects to return to Jacksonville lI'elll18 removing his store toe more advantageous the suppqrt we receive, the more "' .- f

m. 13tf and Mrs. Walter S. Graham and town for a few days. Mr. Serjeantson on Monday. spot near the railway station. i stant shall be our endeavor to deserve' '

I new passenger tariff will go into son, Johnnie, who have been on a few came up to moot a cousin, who arrived Tax-assessor Hall states that the -John Green, Esq., of Patterson, N. .' and merit the same.

on the steamers of the Indian days' visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Walton, from England] on Wednesday evening. tax books will bo open at his place at J., who has valuable] ] Interests In Bre -) Coleman, Cable and :.Dew-

r Steamboat company on June 1st. at Eau Gallie, returned here Monday He intends entering into the culture of Sharpes until the 20th of May. After vard county, Is stopping at the Indian ham, of the J., T. & K. W R'y ystc n, .

'ovides for a reduction in rates.y evening. pineapples.The that date, land on which the taxes have River, resting for a few days, having came in on special train

competition Is the life of trade. -Notice, Parties wishing board durIng East Coast ADVOCATE: la goingfor not been paid will be advertised.The just returned from Europe. Ho goes to noon, but only remained here for a Tow k
the official of Volusla Jamaica via New York, on the 19th Inst. minutes. Col.] Bent, the now *uperlatondent .,
Metcalf of the bell
Guy the Tropical summer season, can get same at organ coun- for the Episcopal church
.. came np, Friday, to take In the the Indian River Hotel, Titusville, Fla., ty" and criticises tax sale advertise- has arrived and been placed in positionin -Mrs. M. E. Titus, who has been visiting of the Steamboat Company, Iia9
r 'Day sports at Cocoa and to attend on and after the 15th of May, at reduced ment unmercifully. The ADVOCATE the belfry. It gave out its cheerful friends In Jacksonville, left for started on a trip to Jupiter and it *.

Mother business In Sanford, forch rates., Apply to I. M. Mabbette. 13Mahon points out many glaring errors and fatal notes, for the first time, on Wednesday Thomasvlllo, Ga., on Tuesday. She ex probable, his absence from town bad p

i place he started Tuesday morning. i Gore has sold the Orlando defects in the aforesaid advertisement. afternoon. pacts to remain there some time. The something to do with the brevity of, r

(left here for home this morning. i Reporter to S. R. Hudson, of Kansas CI- But what does that matter The -Forty English pheasant were placedon following clipping from a Georgia paper visit with which the trio referred to arur t
"Mr. and and I Mr. Gore to will "official organ" stands in with the ring, Island refers to Mrs. Titus' son: "Mr. Theo. fit to honor Titusvlllo
Mrs. Wm. Merwin Mr. ty. we are glad say, Jekyl last Tuesday-thirty
I Mrs. D. P. Merwin, left their wintere continue to edit the paper. He ,is one and all that is required Is for It'to go hens and ten cocks. These birds, in Titus, one of our most promising ;young -The steamer St. Augustine bal 4i
through the motions and present the lawyers, made his first peach to a juryyesterday about fifty passenger on the uo trip
at Rockledge] on Monday, for of the best newspaper men in Florida. addition to the large number of golden -
ord, Conn., where they expect ton DeLand News.Uncle bill, and it will be paid, just as thoughthe pheasant. and. thousands,. of. quail,. already. afternoon -In the Superior ]last Monday night most of whom WIJIIt ; ,
work had been well and properly Court. His speech] was clear, concise winter residents on their way north for
until next winter. Jake Chancy of City Joint I on that island, will afford plenty of sport
done.-Jacksonville Weekly Tribune. and well delivered and would have done the summer. The families of Mr. tv.U.
--Lost-from Merritts Island, 'a black who came on the St. Augustine on for the members of Jekyl Club next
up credit to a much older member of the Merwin and Mr. E. A. Hartwell ani i y
,rse, 10 hands, white spot on forehead Monday, stated that he caught a bass In leMOn.-Fernandlna.
It Is of twelve The Indian River
bar. very highly spoken by the gated persons.
1 blind in left eye. Any Information the Narrows the end of last week, which General Manager Cable, of the J., T.
.lawyers and others who heard it, and Hotel had about all Its rooms takes
Ing the above will be suitably re weighed 19 lbs nett when cleaned and Warranty, Mortgage, Satisfaction and 3t K. W. railway system announces, by '1
Mr. Titus is to be congratulated on his and In fact ha been doing a very heaver
eled. Apply Norman R. Johnston, ready for, cooking.The Quit-Claim Deeds, Leases, etc., for Sale circular dated yesterday the appointment ,
maiden effort. He is well-read and possesses business right along since the closing off
Idianola, Fla. 132 Democratic Executive Committee at the ADVOCATE office. One, 10c.; of J. P. Beckwlth as general t
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I a considerable amount of talent the Grand View. Mine Host Mabbett.
The Democratic Executive Commit- three, 25c.; dozen, 60c.; hundred $3. freight agent to succeed James Colhoun
met and found that the Democratsof ,
> and ability, which, if exercised, will hal fully recovered his health, and la
will meet at the office of D. L. Gaul-
Cards who has resigned to accept a position '
the county had selected the following Wedding !
make him a leading light In tho fbgivl looking] forward with confidence to aa ,
en, May 26, 1801, and receive the wishes with the Delaware and Hudson Canal
County Commissioners: 1st district, A. We shall be pleased to' excellent summer business and
we an
fraternity. ;
if' the Democrats of the 5th Countyommissioner's .:; receive a share of ;your !!!. company's railroads. i. r'J.
2nd dlst Robert Morrow 3rd .
district for Cpunty Com- Brady' ; ::Q Job Work-envelopes, f -The taking of a holiday by our en- happy to lay, If his expectation: ara
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dist., Wm. H. Sharpe; 4th dlst, q. J.lector. 4> {letter-heads note-heads } Capt W. B. Watson relinquished his realized], they will bo well deserved
s loner. D. L. GATJLDES chairman.Mr. aq tire force on May Day a* well as pros-
[ The 5th district 1 position of the Indian I
,was postponeduntil bill-heads, statements, as superintendent '
I and Mrs. John Cary, child and else. sure upon our space prevents the publication Titusvlllo, May 0.-The following
May 26th. p or anything River Steamboat Co., lust Thursday, and .. 1
arse, who have been stopping at their --.. of our Tallahassee letter this protest from this county not only represents -
|lace at Eau Gallie during the winter, -Mrs. A. W. Bule, wife of Capt. Buie, ]left for Jacksonville the following morn- week and exclude] other Interesting tho sentiments of those wboaa

ft here to-day for Jacksonville, en route of the steamer St. Augustine, left here h Ing-much to the regret of many of hi* matter Mr. Atkinson has Introduced a name are signed to It, but the wUhea
friends Indian River. The
i their home in Rochester, N.Y.,which Monday morning on a three months' on Captainhas bill to legalize the Incorporation of Eau of a large majority of the voter of Aha
visit to friends at Falls. She -Mr. H. S. Kedney, a prominent hotel been offered two or three good petitions
lace they will reach by, easy stages. Gallie and to change the boundaries of county. Whereas, the Timei-Union,.e* ,
[The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Carey started on her journey with Miss Allen, and grove owner of Winter Park Is we hear. that town. The following bill will be of Jacksonville I II unjustly and falsely a.

will I be glad to see them again next seam who has been spending the winter In domiciled at the Indian River hotel, havIng -The mosquito fleet are talking of or- Interest to grower and shippers; especially deavoring to bulldoze and miileadft&a
Titusville. Capt. Bule feels rather lone- arrived last night. He is in search ganizing with several boats some time to those who are Interested a* stockholders i people by claiming a large majority rf
some this week-and will for timeto of land to plant out a hundred and fifty the summer for a grand cruiseup
some during
I1'i-Mr.Will McCormick, of Palm Beach, In the E. C. T. Co: By Mr. Democratic voter of Brevard county aa ;
krho has been on .a trip to the Florida come. acre orange grove. the St. John to Lake Harney, thence Rogue No. 237-A bill to be entitled"an being In favor of the election] of ex-Sea.

eye and from there to Jacksonville, Norwood, of Brevard, who the "An- -There will be a Grand Picnic and through the Haulover, to Indian River act for extending the authority of ator Call. We the undersigned Uemacratlo .

lived here last night on the train, re ties" say was sent by the Call faction Fish Fry at Eldora, given by the Method and go to Lake Worth. Such a trip the railroad commissioner of Florida so voter of said county most positively

a very pleasant time. He left Into Washington county with lots of t,, Sunday School' of Tltu vUle. would beat' an excursion to Europe.- a* to give them jurisdiction of joint. deny such claim and we hereby

or home on this morning's steamer. boodle to work up a sentiment for Call, The Georgiana will take the party up on Palatka Herald.A rate, where the haul I* wholly by rail- endorse the course of our State senator

Ill is said to be one of the championermen but who the Callites say went in search Wednesday, at 6 o'clock a. m., and return pleasure trip to Melbourne Beach, road or partly] by water, and for prescribing and representative opposing Call's xa

,of the Lake Worth and Bieyne of phosphate, seems to have been easily at 6 o'clock p. m. Fare for round from Eau Gallic, the first of the week, the power and duties of said election; H. 8. Williams, D. A. DIc x

Bay districts. satisfied. as he arrived In Chlpley, WashIngton trip, to those not member of any Sun was most enjoyable. A party-com- commissioner and for prescribing penalties son, M. C. Salmon C. B. Magrnder.. JL
: Ir. A. S. Lee came up from Rock- county on one train and -left on day School, $1.00. pesed of Gov. and Mr*. W. H. Gleason for violation of aid act and for defining W. Hardee J. H. Fultz IL J. SprouJ,

dgo on Monday evening on his way to the next, a mixed train; didn't even -The two anti-Call paper here have Dr./and Mrs. Walter S. Graham and eon the rights of parties making A, E. Klngsley J. E. Dlctara, E. Duns,

Jacksonville for a day or so. He Informs wait until the passenger train came. no Influence against him.: The Star ha Johnnie, Mr. and Mr*. J. O. Walton and claims for damages arising from violations Joseph Faxton.-Standard.

liver are being pushed forward rapidly, phosphate prospector.-Jacksonville 7H- the home of Mr. Atkinson, nor baa the Ruth Mr. and Mr*. Treutler Miss Lena deadlock on I I.railroad a* firm and a*Telegraph.ever. Senator-The were passed at the session of the .

;so i that everything may be In readiness nine. Public Spirit succeeded in converting the Johnson, Dr. Bratnerd; Messrs. W. H. Call still hold a half hundred vote The Presbyterian Sabbath school May 2r&
for next winter" tourist travel, which -Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Uartwell, Miss large majority at the home of Senator i H. Gleason C. H. Walton Jno. MeAl sixty-second: ballot taken on Wednesday 1891: Whereas, Dr. W. C. Barrett, tf

*we predict will be equal to that of last Hartwell; and Miss Jesse Bartlett, who Hardee. Men who are voting against alter, R. Canon, etc.,started for Melbourne resulted* follows: Call 50, May bill 89.l Philadelphia Pa., a visitor here Jn tie
has been at Mr. Hart well's fine Call he has been elected win Beach In the steamer Ramona Bloxham 1, Long 1, 5. Senate
stopping after
J. ea on. Mr. Dwyer has a fine piece of go number 146, extending the power of the winter of 1889-00, a friend of Sabbath
fproperty.Mr. place in South Rockledge, came up to back to their constituent and say: "I where they took their usual surf bath In Railroad Commission giving them jurisdiction school and our friend, ha presented

c. H. Bent the new superintendent town on the steamer St. Augustine Mon knew Call wa bound to be elected. I Old Ocean. After having partaken of a over joint rate where the haul to this school 156 volume belonging tq",
of the Indian River Steamboat day evening, en route north. They wentto was only having tome fun." But how substantial repast the Ramona started I* partly by rail and partly by water, hM and that had been read by the Prineetoa

Co., arrived in town Thursday evening Jacksonville by way of the fct John' about that 1200 a day and the distract.Ion for Banana river and then for Eau Gal- passed the senate. Sabbath school of Philadelphia, Pa.Be .

,.I last, to enter upon his new duties; and river and then to Savannah;from which from the work of the session W. lie, landing the various passenger at -Next Monday Tax-Collector Smith It therefore resolved, that the hearty

?.as far as we can learn Is already making place we understand, all Intended sailing H. SHAKPE: In Time.-Union. the wharves of Gov. Gleason, Mr. W. win.commence for said to for.eU delinquent.the land advertised taxes. and tartan unanimous Sabbath School_ :thank, or of Tiincviue the Preiby; rja..

many friends. Mr. Bent Is an old tra- for New York except Miss Bartlett, -ThIrteen brick store, on which one 'Treutler and Mr. J. O. Walton. AU Many people win be on hand to take ad be given to Dr. Barrett for hi* thoughtful
'' veler having been In Africa, India,, Ans- who was going on to Boston where her man had contracts for $30,000 since last appeared very pleased with the trip the vantage of the aale to buy land at low kindness, and through him to the

;-* trail, and many other part of the uncle would meet her. The above two July and that In a new town, I* only an steamer having been kindly placed at' ftgures. W. wish to warn all such partsea Sabbath school In PhiladelphU.Resolved, for that tha a donation.
to be carefuL Th. as valuable
q world. We trust our river people win young ladle have made many friend index of the confidence that investor the disposal of the party by Mrs. Gleason. published very In the voiuiia county Record copy of this preamble aDd resolution t.

give him a hearty welcome. while on Indian River, and their genial have In BarrI naa. The contractor for The receding tide of delighted visitors this year, 1* very Inaccurate. In tactll forwarded to Dr. Barrett, and that coyUn.
Married, on Friday evening last, the countenance will be anxiously lookedfor all the work except the mason and brick and satisfied investor that baa pour 1* the moat botChed-up piece of work of be furnished to the local paper tar

lit of May,>t the residence of Mrs. M.jf next winter, Mia Hartwell and her work upon the Gideon BIO, Window ed back from, this aeotion of the Zest the kind we ever saw. Its column. inprinter's publication.The.

: E. Titus, ntnsville Mr. Howell Titus to friend, Miss Bartlett, visited Englandand Anderson Down, CaldweD hams Coast Country ha resulted In new and mistake language of all kind are fairly "lousy"with Pineapple Crop.

Mr*. A. Cole Rev. B. T. Brown, the other part of Europe last year.A and Denny it Burr building,,was L. B. Increased Interest on)he part of the man' property i Inaccurately described -

Episcopal clergyman, officiating., Only gentleman who called on the ADVOCATE Decker. These building arc aQ brick transportation corapanl**--both those he can by taking the proper legal step,, ZDSIr,Iu.

members of the family were present. this week, on his way to Chicago and contain thirteen stone; two banding whose line now reach here and those prevent the sale, or,.after tan leaving th.' sale the U Eat Coat Advocate;
made have it set aside rettbCIM"IJ'OWD
:. Mrs. Cole hail from Baltimore. Mr. Titus in referring to the big pineapple farm i being three itorie, and the rest two who naturally wish to tap the rich field buyer in the soap. Tile THusvtlle ADVOCATE DEn Sou on-the YOB pineapple folk are 41ulItS.

is the son of onr respected and well- on Indian River, said: "The largest torie*. Mr. Decker U the designer of that t* rapidly being opened np and I* :, which I* about the best and Eden slow ha over on* hundred acreala
', known resident Mrs. Mary Z.: Titus ,farm In the world, I ever caw, I* In the the Caldwell building, which I* considered rare to prove an alluring bait to those most carefully edited newspaper on the fruit this year. Where doe Ankoaa,
(who Is BOW IB ThomasviBe Georgia). southwest corner of Louisiana, and I* by many to be on* of the neatest In who wtah to keep abreast of the time.. Eat' Coast, showed the tax-lit Tb Record np a Wkveland, and St. Lad river-a, *
the city, fie will have him contract couple of week ago. Melbourne or the up-river-*
and a brother of the popular young lawyer owned by a company of northern capitalist completed by May 15th, when be win be Even the J., T. K. W. system baa luf.'Gcleatl1 replied In Its usual fashion, seeking to COllie counting lA' Try agsi A0"1"*
Mr. Theo. Titus, to whom we refer *. It comprise IJXOJXO acre of obliged to return to Florida to look after awakened to the Importance of cover Its own deflcleneee by abusing other A careful canvas of etneapfta
: in another column. The groom is land, and measure 100 mile north and hi property there. The buildings on the situation to make long-needed and *. The ADVOCATE: ha again paIts wealed th* fact tthat the entJw
studying law with the popular firm olawyer south by twenty-five mile east and weaL which Mr. Decker ha been engaged are much-hopeful change la the respect to the tax-list aad a* County it I* smatter crop .. aear a* we could ucerWII.woW .
wen finished, and show care In workmanship management of Interest to Volusja crate Authortie .
*, Mean Jones A Atkinson, of Most of the plowing I* done by steam of this of their the article. Publishingthe be about 16,000
i and a desire to do good work. part grand system people, we copy the subject agree, that the yidld
this place. We wish the happy couple power. The engine are portable and These building are a credit, and add of Florida rpaS* and connection First tax list. another one of the out- (of field on In full bearing should be *.
along Hf. health, wealth and prosper two are placed at opposite aides of a largely to the value of realty In this city. and ,most 'Important we find Mason KM saddled on the tupab7 such ring a crates to the acre. We divided theoop
It,. We acknowledge an Invitation to tract, aay half a mile square. Two IL,. Decker 1* a contractor of many Young deposed from his autocratic! position rule. U the Record work wa for to private do du- by the number of crate to the acre *a
of a
years' experience In Pennsylvania and and now come authentic Information shabby piece order to get the acreage. We aid c.
the but the feativi- devoted
wedding May Day cable attached to
are four plow and official who wa
*, Florida, and I* gentleman who can be of the down-step and out-trot of leD, or toe an were about on* hundred and fifty acre*
tie at Bockledge precluded our attend the*latter are thus swiftly moved over. commended for his energy and faithful- W. B. Wataoa. The people of the intro to the public Interest, It would reeelv the I. fail kariap thII season, and a It
Inf. The bride who has been on Indianfor the ground. In this manner with a, net Hi work In thi city win long coast would nave hailed these no pay. But It I* the ring Into organ its InconvpSat think w. are very wide 01 the zsesk-bsZ
some month put, ha made any force of three men, thirty acne a day, stand a* land-mark here, and w. tract change with delight long ago, but even ring puts hands the public to be work ahabb ydoa* and our motto 1* to live and ....... Our
friend b1liel'pleasant and genlalHnanners. The of that he may enjoy his home at TUuvUle now it anger well for a progressive, the Mtimat* wa carefully made, but alii
are plowed. this immense most
fencing Fla., a* wen a* he ka* done hi work bolaeatike policy for the uture.Tropfeo1Suu the people pay be Incorrect. ..
farm coat over $500,000." here. Harriman paper. ffevi.

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ALLIANCE or may .
rb ,Bast Coast Advccui iB TALKS. A great mistake if it either adopt A pTat-j tnlt 13$ sub-Alliance March 20; Aprils :' hoev'.r, to arrange to commence |load.

1 form or nominates candidates. Ita'propel there were 209 subs .to the state. .' !' Innf bid: Simpson's first vessel at once eitb

i .function,'Its my mind, would be to issuean are 'Hap 1440 tons of /oat for Vera Cruz Tht
I L i.'-U' j"...rTTTTJflViLLE tendered its resignation Various Things'iThat. ,
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ORDER FROM address to tho American people,.ln- steamers go Corpus Christ).
t FLORIDA. ALL thing reform, industrial, and' other organizations as the bflicml organ r f the State ;of pening1 Around Us. Kebberi C. tored.
SECTIONS. because it could not support
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yearly Items of Interest to Alliance- who shall be instructed upon the point OUTLOOK. last Friday morning, rcsultina the fatal
coin In England alone by wear and of independent political action PiedmontLee wounding of Tom Wilson, one of the

i tear whilst in circulation bee been men Everywhere. and who shall attend the Reform Light Infantry of Opclika has been posse and John Bently, one of the gung

found to amount to National convention, Which has Dun & Co.'s Report of Busines reorganized. For some time an organized band of rob-

experlmenli' TBB rnorAOANDA. rvm, been called for February next. Then it For Past Week. It is reported that a petition will be l>crs'and burglars have been committing

:, '$ OOO In every $ ,OooOOO. (Extracts from the minutes of the pro will be strictly an Affair of the people and It 0. Dun & Co.'s review of trade for circulated by the citizens of Ooeljka? depredations up and down the Alabama

as the cecdings of the executive board, February not of the lea Oklahoma ii nearly as large session, 1891.] the people's decision, and therefore. aright But for speculation, this would have been of the miserable depot facilities there. past wceic aCcr A passenger tram near

:State of Ohio. It has 60,000 inhabi- Whereas, Bythe statutory law of the decision." comparatively a dull week but Bales of For the sixth year in succession Alabama Springvillf, which cost two men their

j tents, a, larger number than either order, the executive board is made to National Lecturer Willetts talks in the 112,000,000 bushels of wheat in the New is represented on the bo ird of visitors lives. Detectives have been on their

Wyoming or Nevada has, and is now, represent the supreme council during recess same way. lie said that he intended togo York market, and 80,000 bales of cotton to West Point. This year it is CoL track and Friday night they were caught

I about i' and, to the Cincinnati conference and he and 2,242,000 shares of stock have sup J. T. :JIurfee, the distinguished. educator, burglarizing a store on Sand mountain,
ay. the New York World, Whereat, The supreme council did at hoped many other Alliancemen would go. plied a certain activity, though not of who wears the honor. some miles out from Attalla. A posse of

,,&dylor Statehood. Its last regular session pass an advisory lie has spent all his time since the Ocala the most wholesome kind. In the interior George Mitchel and Mack Thomas, citizens of the town was at once

act recommending that the executive convention in visiting the Alliances of business has been somewhat im- convicted of to wreck trains, gotten together, and went over the
E. D. Murphy, of the Kansas Uni"rersily board set aside one-fourth of the gross the country. Be says that the members proved l with more favorable weather sentenced attempting Judge Uubbard at mountain in pursuit. They failed to find

concludes from observation receipts of the order, it, possible, to be are by no means solid as yet in favor of but many causes combine to prevent were Evergreen, respectively by to five and four -th gang, and were returning about 8
devoted to the educational work in the independent political action, but there is -activity. Prominent among themIs o'clock in the morning when they ran
taken that the law of seven year wet A rapid growth of opinion in that direc- great .rears in the penitentiary.
lecture field, and, a reaction from the excessive real estate across the robbers at a bridge over WiIl'lcreek.
'and:dry periods holds in Kansas, and Whereas, For the purpose of executing tion. speculation and building which have Commodore Cou1 on of Dakota, recently In reply to an.order tosurrender,

Also that the rainfall Is steadily In- and carrying out the provisions of said so prevailed for years in some quarters; bouttht twenty acres of land from the robbers opened fire and A general engagement

cuing In that titato. Jaw, and at the same time Conforming to !The predictions freely indulged in i thus, at Philadelphia the depression, is Bheta Caverns company two miles north ensued about one hundred
the fixed policy of this board, that the by the anti-reform press of the country explained by the fact that 60,000 new Huntsville.. He will organize a syndicate shots in all being fired. The posse continued

expenditures of our 'order shall not exceed that the Alliance movement would abate houses have been added in eight years. and build factories and a summer to close in on them, untn tIle

The ,Lutheran Observer gives th- its income, which was so unanimously some of its enertrv after the elections and Cotton is quiet and lower at New Orleans hotel on the land and an electric car line robbers ran. Pursuit resulted in 'the
and fall Into a speedy decline, have not been I from the city. It is a big deal. of all but two and one of them
following summary bf Lutherans in highly commended by the fulfilled. This failure of fulfillment has I and sugar active: and lower, the capture ,
the world, viz. t Africa, 42,000; America supreme council at its last session and it not however discouraged the general trade being fair. At Savannah The stockholders of the East Alabama named John Bently, was found in a cabin
being probable that much less than one- I trade slackened slightly and is rather Fair Association met at Opelika, and re- and on ft bed dying Tom Wilson, a
-North: and South, 2,006,690; fourth of gross receipts will be all that is siasm They keep is on telling out of u the+ that Alliance.the enthu- dull at Jacksonville, but extensive Investments elected lIon W. C. Thomas, of Chambers citizen, who was mortally wounded, was
Asia 186,000 Australia and Poly available for lecturing dying and all the old boardof alderman of Attalla. and car inspectorof
; purposes-possibly organization of Iowa West Virginia in phosphates with heavy county, president, an
not over one-tenth therefore it is of the directors. It was unanimously decidedto the Alabama Great Southern railroad.
Della, 76,000; Europe, 45,133,600. Ohio and New York within six weeks is shipments cause activity parts
hereby itate where there are deposits. have a fair this fall on a more magnificent -
Total, 47,489,090.There pretty vigorous work for an institutionthat
Resolved, That the expenditures for undis scale than
is said to be losing its enthusiasm.We Money markets are generally ever. SOUTHERN PHOSPHATES.
are SiU, regularly ordained said Lecture Bureau shall in no case be in think the Alliance was never more turbed and comparatively easy with a At a mecsing of the Double Springs

excess of the available funds for that vigorous than it is to-day. We think it fair to brisk demand at many points, anda debating society recently, after the exercises -
in Its In Carolina
And:870 licensed women preachers Rapid Development -
And it is hereby further
I purpose. never did better work than it is doing little stringency at one or two. a member of the society presentedthe
the United States The secretary of liesolved. That the secretary of the executive now. We urge our friends to push on Foreign trade'shows an increase, of petition of Ike II. Vincent, askingthe and 'Florida.

one ot the Unitarian associations 're- board is hereby appointed and : the good work of educating tho people.In 10.6 per cent. over last in exports governor to grant him a pardon. The Manufacturer Record, of Baltimore -

Y}-porti that the churches In that association e.nstltutedqeneral manager and director I this way and in this way alone, we from New York for April, thus far, whilein Every member of the body and all visitors publishes the full history of the
of the said Lecture Bureau [The resolution there is decrease of about 6 the in of the
shall win all the objects we have in view. import a including ladies, signed development phosphate mining
are asking for women preachers then sets forth the duties of the secretary -(Raleigh, N. C.) Progrettiet Farmer. per cent., but there are renewed signs of strument. interest of Florida ana South Carolina.

I In preference to men. in the minutest details .- foreign selling of securities on the recent Arrangements have been practically Since 1889, when one company com

---4 donations Be it further made to resolved the That all The Froffretth* Farmer, President rise, and it is not to be expected that perfected with the railroad companies for menced to mine phosphate rock in Flor-

In Great Britain marriages are on shall be directed propagandafund to J. II. Folk's paper, has the following: "14o large gold exports in the summer can be sending all cars containing exhibits for ida on A small scale, this industry has
Hennikor's see effort is making to induce prevented, unless breadstuffs no decline at the state fair next autumn direct to the developed with wonderful rapidity, and
the Increase. Sir Turner in of the Second
Brydgcs secretary
; care southern Alliaucemcn to attend the meeting to permit a free movement prior to June. fair at Birmingham without investments in phosphate lands have beenon
,report for the ,completed year 1889>> National Bank of Washington, D. C., in Cincinnati to fol'lla, third party. The change in the average prices of all change or delay. This will be good news an enormous scale., The Manufactu-
and at the same time J. F. Tillman
We think the Alliance commodities has been but a slight advance s' Record list of
hows should
tba 1he number of weddings of the National Executive Board maintain to all exhibitors; for there was co little ret companies now oper-
secretary for the week in of the rise in
its distinct character spite there shows that
14.7 as a non-partizan and at the last fair.' ating over
,, Was 913,865,' the rate being per that the same has been so sent. wheat. For manufactured products the delay annoyance
agricultural organization. This it cannotdo $12,000,000 has been invested
lone married 1000 of the popula 0. W. MACULA, is lower the whole. Prices I There is considerable complaint of the
I\ per if it goes into a third party. We tendency on within two years and that these
tion. This was the highest ratio since J. F. TILLMAN, Sec'y think the Alliance should continue to have changed scarcely at all in the greet scarcity of money in Birmingham and companies now have a daily capacity of ,

1884. National Executive ALONZO WARDALL, hold its present independent position, in industries, but the tone of the iron tradeis i district the scarcity being due to the 2,000 tone of phosphate rock, which will
Board N. F. A. dullness in the iron market.
x order that its votes may be cast for the better. great i be increased shortly to 8,000 tons by the
and I. U.Approved. has been less for two three
The German Kaiser, at a luncheon and men and party that gives surest promiseof Failures of the week number 203. For Honey easy or i completion of mining plants? now under
it is
accepted.L. weeks, and the effect of being somewhat -
the week last the
bringing in the reforms we demand. corresponding year figure i construction. In addition to these companies -
; In BorllJ attended the artillery of- '
by L. POLK, President.J. was 170.'TWAS. felt in general business. The iron
< faire of the Guard, declared that, In II. TURNER, Secretary.In A sensible Alliance editor asserts that market is exceedingly doll at present fifty-one others, with an aggregate
FINE stock of have
OLD WHISKY capital over $21,000OuO,
with the above ,
conformity preamble with a lower tendency in
view < recent in field that is of the prices.
; 0 improvoments and one thing greatest importance been incorporated to develop phosphate
relol\l'tlonl the board has
,> .And siege guns and ihe experience of issued the following recently to the members of the Alliance is to But Contained a Draught of Capt. J. F. Whitfield who died in lands, but are not yet'at work. In South
attend the meetings regularly. Unless Montgomery recently, was an old journ- Carolina there
are twenty-eight phosphate
the jut war, artillery must now be OFFICIAL APPEAL: YOU do this brethren and become Death-Dealing Poison.- alist and a practical printer. lie and mining companies, with an aggregate

regarded. tho- backbone And marrow The propaganda committee, authorizedand thoroughly posted in the work, you ca.can A dispatch t of Saturday from Denver, Johnson Cooper and Air. Coyne were the capital( of $0,510,000, and the production

.cf battle.. instructed by the National! Executive never achieve what you so earnestly de CoL, says: Some months ago Mrs. Josephine owners of the old Montgomery Mail last year was 637,149 tone There are
Board in the minutes of the proceedings sire. Attend the meetings promptly and B. Bornaby, widow of J. B. Bar- before its consolidation with the Adcer- Uo I el hteen fertilizer manufacturing

Mrs., A. .J. Langston Is tho only adopted at its February session to issue regular! though it be at a sacrifice to naby, a millionaire merchant of Providence User spine twenty odd years ago Mr. nmpames in that state, having a capitalf

\1 'woman- mall contractor In the United an appeal to the Order especially, and to you, and in the end you will find that it It L, took a trip to California for Hooper was the editor, Captain Whitfield nearly |5, CO, "00.
the public generally, giving notice that will be of profit. her health. Mrs.' G. 8. Warrell, wife of the city editor and Mr. Coyne the
:i States. Not only does she have routes we are ready to accept donations to a i Denver real estate dealer, accompanied businesi manager.It .

sublet,'but has Always had more or fund to be known as a propaganda fund The AUianct Hetafd (Montgomery, her. On their return, April Oth, Mrs.Bar- is given out that on the 15th/ day of CAR WORKERS GO OUT..

less' directly under her own persona and that all money donated said fundIhall Ala.) says: Land, transportion and ashy found a package postmarked July next, the league of Southern National -
be expended only by the consent ofa finance are the subjects engrossing the "Boston," which had arrived dur Building and Loan associations An Immence Mob of 3,500 Men
supervision. At present she has con. majo'.Iiy of this committee and then attention of the Alliance; land for homes ing her absence. It contained af would meet in Iluntsville. Among the on a Strike.

tracts covering over lOOO.mllos mall only for the purpose of aiding and as- for the people; transportation of the products small flask of whisky with this prominent gentlemen prominently associated -
in the most and effectual and merchandise at reasonable inscription: "With best wishes Dispatch from Detroit says: Employes
.service, principally Duller and Plu- sisting advantageous accept with this meeting, is FitzhughLee
of the
manner the educational work of i prices; a financial system that will meet this fine old whisky from your friends in of Virginia, L. T. Baxter of Tennessee I Michigan car works to the numberof
.Ina counties' California. the Farmers1 Alliance and Industrial : the demands of business keep the control the woods." A few days later when John Hanson Xennard of New Orleans about 3,500 went out on a strike Saturday -

: -- Union. Now, in compliance with the of the volume of currency out of the fatigued, both drank some of the liquid, and other very prominent and use- I afternoon. The trouble was undoubtedly -
.' The ,New Orleans Times-Democrat duties enjoined by virtue of the above power of syndicates and combines, and and from that time both ladies suffered ful southern citizens. precipitated by the success attending -
that the like afford the people of terrible lira.Bar the strike of the street car employes.Tho .
adequate supply agonies
predicts sinking
Philippines, authority, we hereby respectfully announce naby slowly The Richmond and Danville officials
Amoricaand Australia will be that the organization of the transact business. under the effects of the terrible inter strikers demand nine hours work
soon DOW have in contemplation another
; and ten hours As they passed! out
nal of the pay.
committee is burnings
which the
propaganda now complete, poison
,Invaded by John Chinaman, as according and that all necessary and proper On his return from a trip through the bottle was afterwards found to contain. change of schedule whereby the Georgia of the works a volley of stones was thrown
Pacific No. SO will leave
to the returns published in the provisions have been made for the state of New York, where he has been Two days ago Mrs. Barnaby died, and not Atlanta until and nearly every window in tbe building '
the arrival of the New York and Washington
:'official Gaccta the movement of Chinese acceptAnce, protection and distribution speaking to tho people on tbe principles Urs. Warrell not expected to live. was broken. The strikers proceeded to

limited and will arrive in Bir-
the works of the Detroit Steel and
of and all donationsthat or Aiuance, floo. Jerry Simpson Is Spring'Company
any A later Qlspatch says: Th& tleathj; T
In the Philippines during 1890 is: be contributed to the reported as saving that "the financial situa f j mingham about 0:80 p. m. By this and called on the men there to-
may prop- poisoning i< Josephine Barnaby, ol
,Arrived, ..11.415} departed, 2947, aganda fund of our noble brotherhood, tlon among the farmers is critical; that Providence, R L, is the sensation of the change the schedule southbound is made strike. Before anything was accomplished -
In the section where ho has been as quick as the northbound, and the trip the of the
fully 80 special police concern.
which Is and it to be important
an excess of Arrivals over the believing essentially hour. The analysis of tho portion of the from the will
to the and per cent of the farms are mortgaged: for metropolis to .Birmingham drove the strikers out A shower ofbricks
preservation liquid remaining in the bottle that came
departure of 8168. prosper. their full the be effected with only one night out. and
nearly value. lie stones shortly after crushed
ity of our American form of free govern says peo- by mail from Boston shows that there was
ment that the publio mind should be ple are anxious to join the Alliance and no whisky in it, nor any other kind of The Anniston Savings and Safe Deposit through tbe windows of the moulding
A Cincinnati! reporter picks up At A well educated in the fundamental principles engage in this great work of industrial alcohol. It was an solution, company nude an assignment a few department of the works, injuring one'of'

fcbtel the story that tho new Senator of its system, and have a clear emancipation" colored and perfumed. Mrs. Worrall ii days ago. The liabilities are placed at the men in charge and driving the others-

from North Dakota, Ilansbrough, had conception of its operations and the ten somewhat better, and thero are hopes of $50QUO: and the assets, including the Individual away temporarily. Two patrol wagons-.
dencies of its political actions and abuses. Adair County Mo.) her property ofY.. B. Lamed, the arrived at this juncture and the strikers!
never1 boon recognized by his rich We therefore eanestly and confidently says: "The Alliance does not expect to recovery.IT WAS )lV DER. president, $120,000. The bank held dispersed

,:f athor-ln-law until his recent election. appeal to every member of tbe order, get every reform that is needed at once, several thousand dollars of security on ..
when but it sets out what is required to be In n special dispatch from Providence, /Sylacaugo, Ala. Investments on which ATLANTA
But the news of this event and to the liberality of a generous pub Henry B. Winship, financial bead of the MARKETS.
done, and will keep them prominently it could realize nothing at
lie We with the fact that present was
'readied the old ho for are impressed J. B. Barnaby in of -
gentleman sent Company,
judgment is Indispensableto before the people, pressing forward, turnIng the cause of the assignment. The bank
an enlightened CORRECTED WEXKLT.
tbe rising states man, buried the direct the advancement and triumph of neither to tbe right nor to the left, Mrs. Barnaby's death, is reported as say. will be able to pay every cent of its In- -
'' but for the at the end of lug:. "There wits a murder. In my judg- debtedness.Col.
.hatchet pushing prize
slipped A our cause. We confidently trust that ment, the motive of gain inspired it. I Grain Md Meal.
Into his son-in-law's hand and uttered ;rOil will at once send forward the contest-good government for all the am trustee for the Barnaby estate, and J. C. Clark, president, and Mr. D. $ Floor-Flrtt patent $6 bO ; second p tent.S .
mod contributions to people. McLaren 001 extra fancy 15 i 75 ; fancy $:S i GO i family
liberally general of the
the conventional "Bless thee, my children have got a little money of my own to superintendent $.79. Corn-No. 2 white file t mixed Jfio.
our lecture-field and "propa The 'independent- New punish the dastardly perpetrator of that Mobile and Ohio railroad, accompaniedby o.t.-No. 2 mixed 70o > white-o ; Kansas nut
ganda fund." We would impress upon ( Britain, Conn.) crime. We will spend every dollar In our Mr II. P. Farrar, of Jackson, Ten., proof -o. Hay-Choice timothy large bales,
all that this "propaganda fund" neither says: "Organized labor' is advocating hands." The Providence detectives have have completed a horseback survey of '1.1111 No.1 timothy, large baiea, $L10j choice .
'The'Be..., Louis Globe-Democrat Intended nor shall be used for purposes industrial reform. Industrial reform does the proposed Black Worrier railroad. timothy small bales $U5;No.1 timothy.imaU
very postive theories as to .the perpetra bales, $: .10 No. a
not the of .mall
the ,
contemplate abrogation j timothy bales $1.05.
mentioned. Colonel Clark is
maintains that Los Angeles, CaL, is Other tnan tnose every precaution tor. one of the incorporatorsot Meal Plain 95o bolted
of individual. '(fiat it does 90o. Wheat bran-
is thrown around the "propa rights any it.u ruuu, aud Its
the ,Boston of the Paclflo Coast. "All 'I completionmeans Large sacks tl 40; small sacks $1 40. Cotton
seek is to deprive a few individuals of much for
ganda fund The money goes to your FAVORING THE LOTTERY.A the Mobile and Ohio seed meal-l 80 Per cwt Steam feed-$1 85
the 'i.m,* of the Hub flourish there .National Secretary and Treasurer, J. II, special privileges by which the rights of system, opening up for transportation, as per cwt Griu-Pearl $175.Grccerlea..

womlorfully, and in some respects Turner and a report of remittance to the majority of our citizens have been Decision of the Louisiana Su- it will, the Immense wealth of the Warrior -
wrested from them" coal fields 1
National Executive Doard. One is
boy are even more radical than in the ;rour Coffee
Court.A Boasted
preme -Arbockle.s
Z5y.a tt
a check over the other, consequently all The Limestone
homo of radlcali. One of the latest The Aluances in Alabama County Alliance has cases; Lerering'a 25o- Green-; extra choice
donations made will have to be accounted County : are New Orleans dispatch says: At the determined, says the Athens Courier *3>< choice 230
to ( good SrtX fair 20c
f ;
things there Is au organization to take for as herein specifically set forth. Nota passing resolutions asking Governor Jonesto last session of the legislature John A. erect two 'cotton warehouses one at J5UgrT0l2? ied80'; off; OOl1llJOD18@19c. grauulated -

'"p lie study of the Buddhist religion, dollar can be paid out or used for any reappolnt Commissioner of Agriculture :Morris and associates mode application Brown's Ferry and the other in Athens. fi c.po1FdcreJ 6"; cut Waf 6Y"c"hll4" I
purpose except on the approval of President It. F. Kolb when his term expires in .for a renewal of the Lou sian State Lot Mr. R. B. Mason has donated extra 0.,Jf c;yel.o extra C tVfi." Syrup-New!
And the members are having A BuJd- Polk. Secretary. Turner and vow September. As the commissioner is to tery charter for twenty-five years, offer. the ferry, and will furnish the ground at 3oi 0.lani chOice 48350: ; prime 85<340c;common

hid flag made, which will wave over Executive Board. Fraternally submitted, be elected by the people at the general ing to pay the state more than a millionof put up tbe building, and take notes money from to tation 35c. 28S30.Hol- aen Bice-Choice Genuine Cuba 7 83t>tfT@3e;Rood imi

the club-room.wblle tho meetings Are O. W. Macune, Chairman. election in 1803 the reappointment will dollars per annum for the privileges. the different primary Alliance in the 6 iCj" common fi% 6c; imported Japan; @7o

la as+slen." J. F. Til man, Secretary be for a short term of. only about a year. The bill embodying the requisite amei.d- county who desire stock without interest, ?. -Hawley'a Sassy $160 Vu-fciiua 75e.
A WardelL meats to the constitution know as tho for the building. The one to be CbFuU cream, Cheddar.; JSci flats
Outside of the State of Missouri and in ISJto skim Whir ash, halt bbl
and amendments
Approved accepted: lottery was adopted bya wid be
William built on a lot that he sold I. P*"\* ele8 T..l
od ii
liigelow, in the New
Mlaaisaiool tho Alliance It having k'seaerat
Polk Prea. two-thirds of the
L. L. vote legislature, them near the large spring, and will have S I"o3UOa375' twpewiu .)L tie 00 Ibis
boom. Texas is
England: Magazine has some good J. II. Turner Sec'y. revival while Worth just now and experiencing ana by courtesy a copy of the act was an acre, lot, which will be fen ed in, so 23: lall"w, 60 W.. 60 this $:&25a3 60.
things to say about the moral tone of The proposition to raise a propagandaFund a South: sent to Governor Nicholls who vetoedit as to constitute a wagon yard, which will SS2d.te_"tmni1" I1J c; star Ilk. Matchea
Harvard. in the interest of the Alliance, is a Carolina are doing splendidly. In Geor. although friends of the measure be free to the farmers of the JOOa$.* 00;SOU '3 00.5 75: ;:BOO. $3 OOaa 73: 60*
lie when
county 5iro
Professor Drummoiid the order is t3 75. Soda-1r
gla stronger more united &, balk 60 lib kgs
had ;
that he
long step in the right direction. It and determined than argued no rightto they need to camp in Athena fa;eaaea, aawrtel. 1U 6tfa8o. Mlba
as saying that it was ouo of the ever. under the consti'ution the 6".CIo.
marks an era in the history of the order so Q. B Randolph and J. L. Wikle Cwckera-XXX soda 6>& fet butter
7'tqpst religious colleges he Lad ever and is a certaia sign of the wonderful V secretary of state having r.fused to promulgate were designated as who 6 *; Cand-Aa.orled. suck B"c'" French
sub and
The a
Alliances committee
,hlte. it has made. The fact has long County have the act, Morris and company the to secure lBJud! ?#"L.Clulnedt&"lOda-Co ll,,
). "Tt "
e standard of conduct progress right-of-way H 0 alai
through 00a8
over Ohio, and Slate Alii- Calhoun
establ.ihed that the AluVce baa swept now a Applied for a mandamus compel fog him county JS.11"""'' mack-rel t3 95a4 : '
1 lays )I.r. ill,, low, "is not only higher been ance has been organized. This will to he proposed con titutional for! the Tennessee Asheville and Cooea moo 5600.1601 P. W.oyntew 1220.2 80;L.W.
friends outside its organizations promulgate river $160
warm ; road have been ; corn 200&33 175a280,
increase the
BOW than formerly but it com(.arcs that among those who are ineligible, are largely the nearly two hundred amendment to be voted on by the po. pie report that over route,-aDd BaU potash $3 90: fctarch-Pea.1 .Xo; lump'
with thousand everybody the
aub-AUUncea ten along
favorably with contemporary colleges. some of the staunchest supporters of its members at the next general election. ,The supreme route is anxious to have proposed ..yic. i.mckel pwitfie. JJ60; celluloid $3 00.
to much higher figures. Mou. rendered d.. the road built "'IWD, t4H *l 40
principles Through this fund is given court on lay, a at d without ,rJ5lMdlP.nUl Wet ; nar\e
When an OOal ,
A recent class took their exception free Jl -K fl ?
comenc'iiiiMit cision in favor of the lottery right-of- ken $S 50V keiMI
aid and assistance company
an opportunity to render "'Iyll I promisi. $3 O0i.4 kog Il e5.
The State of Ohio This toad will tihuUl 6) sack. ,
was per
lD Watkins the pass
together! At the with the full knowledge that it will Judge reaUng opinion astheorgan the old Crow furnaces -
at Columbus a short time ago.! of the thief Justie on Cane creek,
used court
flute Biuiuwlck be appreciated and properly ; Pr.riad., '
barely A man WAS Ohio is a greet state-a great fanning and Associate Justice t flthin probably Clan no .
A'dttonal Eanit, Bcrmudes MvEnery t1hersannnonuwhever sides, box.d 7i los-eared bales
Intoxlo AUbama. ,
j and iu A class' of over 200. state and great things are confidently concurring. Each read opinions whit 8 o. Qgar-ij1Ued hawl lunltJ aooo&diaC

I Vet A senior in A clam of loss than .s. expected, the Alliance in that Quarter. Associate Justices Fencer nd Breaux ana 18U. tne was Mluw made for rodent PoUt in to brand and average; Calitocula 10 q; bre kfut
THET CAN 00 AS IXDITIDCALS, from iron made at the Lard-I'ttn tat
6nefgiei to lest 80,
acvcuty-five, graduated this atone read digsentiojz upia oos. Crow furnace 1
; ,
year President Polk of the National Allis The National Citizens Alliance is being during ihe war several
j of New England' most orthodox in the Nortlur and cannons for i be confederacy were made
ance, in an interview regarding the attendance organized New Eog Senator Chilton., from Cane creek ; Pr.d.a. '
I tntUuiivni, I is authority for tbe htate- of AUIancmeu vn the thin) land cities boon that and the Farmi ra' Iron. Eggs 17x1a. BUIot8tenaere&meJ'1b..

men Dial twenty-fire of(its classmates party convention cuilevl to meet in Cincinnati AUiaaoe 'will cover the entire Atlantic Governor Ilog, of Texas, has ap line.Alabama Some coal ia winning all along the SJa I choice Tese.Oaz5e, ether grades
,,'et'U drunk *l thQ commencement dinspar. on May 19, saysPersonally I seaboard. pointed Horace Qfctltoo to the vacancy )ftII. meatUme.1 watts ago the PeosacoU .tucll_. Jar.Live.. poWtrJ-l1eJla so.32y.., IODDS .'
shall not be AU to attend the confe'eme la the United Stets Senate oera&iou* the presence in that city 17a1Se small 1t.U,0. Dr oeo1 .
I If the morality of colleges is to 14 hen AHianctmen ask me woat they The Alliance has planted its banner Iq by the resignation of tkuator lieaxuu. of Mr Robert Simpson and his projected .27'1'qrU"..... 1 slab Ito I cIWUDe. rP

1 b* estimated by A comparison>> of fa.grant should do about it. I advise th'-m to go every state cxc pt. four in New England, Governor Hogg and Horace i hiltoa were line of steamers to Mexico via\ Corpus u tbss combbnk$4S0.s5ogperbhlbw..rpua 1. 'Uo"1trame4 .1
..nd these will b.; afire ia f. week Christi and the Mexican peratbbl.y''
set w .
wffi-Moi* proiH>rtloue4 to to Cincinnati by; all means, but to gas a ba cft ted printtra'deviU together, torte i National Rail- 01UOrW 56 I::)
Oregon U next to be organized a* A State road. Mr Simpson has been abbags 3Is2Yeper III
Individuals and m>t as repracnUtiYO't of up together, stu lied law ogethtr were delayed in Ala stn crap..a. 00 lit
\mt of rodents, Harvard will AlliAnce. and have roIIto mlQ' ting his project by p.ckagei $0514.750.
the Alliance. The Cincinnati conference admitted to practice together I reason of
IUIM) jruUtle* IK fore many A slatericUovl. may do the reform movement much good..L. been Ufe-lonz fri'.nd*. the difficulty of securing pr per IteamI -
." la Iowa., State Secretary Lujr jiredicU I + "psa the latter must be under the "_' _-1.."IfAdt.-Cases*. $46.. _


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; '- LOR IDA'S BUDGET Ib"t|I'ft|1ii.titxu4 1ten"lty.. with Then sues, iyln Interest, a'h, NOTES: I MRS. MARTIN-ACQUITTED. $65 OUR SILVER QUEEN ,$65

are sold the clerk of ihe court *s? Rail Boat
. Silver-plated$ Dash ,
" Bh'mlngham'sSOsatmonal Mar fa It possIble a flrat-ol... Buggy with
---- - the names of the purchasers, und .' Shaft Tlpe, for Above. price? '
i. Rail, Handle, Hub Banns and .
L Newsy Notes and Pointed the buyer; the land Use f H not TELEGRAPH der Trial Ended. ,
without the aid of on outsider Mrs. Jnlia Martin, who has been on i re,
: Paragraphs. ("abstractor. No one can trial in Birmingham for the pa.t tWit .,. ;z: 0
. -' --- [transfer of real estate By .. months, was on Tuesday, acquitted of -> < > E'
.1 e : The Lak. City Hotel Company-cap). Jcxinff every sale, mortgage, that Hap the charge of murdering her brothcr-in :E ;..101

. ,J, $20,000; shares, $100 each-was oranized leach piece of property any ono law. when the verdict was read to the :
by citizens srvrrel Itt low the transfers of of Day. : g .
day. ago. any pu-co court, such a demonstration was never
; [:purpose is to build a Lot.-I in Lake City before which immediately o 0: 0 ;z: >1;,
witnessed that II)
ended !! ns ... ... ;z: < a0LLJWrIt. f. 'ii
Jw.The handsome courthouse donated London cheer filled
; by ADDRESS TO followed. Cheer after <
'} gibe citizen of Dnde City, is ncaring com all returned the courthouse, and hats, cant, urnbrel o : u >-, ,
F f j letion and will be ready to turn over to, las /and law books were towed in the air: .II.) IDU) :z :rJ ,' ,
r itbs county commissioner at the next By President Polk of of 300,000 by the jubilant crowd like 10 many *ky a: a: en III. '
l.eetiog. Monday for rockets, and the persistent offprts of n ; "
" I The farmers and truckers in the.vicin tional Alliance.ToteBrotierAooJofgA.Jf. largo crops of deputies failedto 0: > t 0 S 'Ao

it y of Dade City have never been moioifghly F. .A. destroyed restore order. The defendant <
. blessed in a growing season than We Ire now approaching $200,000) stood erect, and faced the n I"9 'f

luring this one. The vegetables amCrops critical period in our existence jury when the verdict wan read, her face for our New SO page Catalogue of all kind of Vehicle*. .. ; "ftf
are in a thriving condition. The der. The demoralizing elements to court to pale and her eyes flashing like two coals Address : ,
( always enter into political of fire but when tho words "not guilty" .
orange crop will be the largest that the of the '
County has ever produced. already being marshalled by the fair. broke on her ear, she sank down in her SOUTHERN BUGGV CO. .,-1- ,,
of our order, with a determined chair to bo by : only quickly picked up U.S.A.
r Secretary Smith of the Jacksonville CINCINNATI OHIO
f\ to divide and disrupt U'l, if in tho -treas the crowd, who showed the wildest! ,
f board of trade says that the committee on device scheme will be left the In.
\ or upon frenzy of delight. The Christian ladies
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[:the improvement of the river is by no Every effort will be m do to commenced who have stood by her ever since her

neans idle, but has had anIs still having minds of the people from the great l trouble,.were also cheered by the crowd,
frequent meetings and is correspon. which are essentially the very life currency hss and offered manifestation of admlr-
I Ing with Captain Black and the navy do- great reform movement. nco of the lion and! respect possible to offer.
i ipartmcnt to secure estimates on the cost 'i.h'S
It this of the V .
was knowledge Salem, OUT OH' TUB STREETS.
-,|f deepening the St. Johns river. channel that
prompted the action of the }
After the crowd had been gotten
; Jacksonville to thesea.
Legislate Council in maturing a of Mexico control, Mrs. Martin was led from the
Following are latest New York prices a lecture system and for / Lopes who, court room to the jail, as she expressed a
.on produce: Indian river fancy the older for The '
oranges adoption. to Juarez, wish to return and her belongings -
elections, per box $4.50 to $3; Indian inevitable and triumphant success and bid goodbye to the keepers.
'river, straight lot., $8 to $4; other sccUlona principles is assured, if this In While inside the
employed jail, a man stepped up
brights, 176s to 200s, $3 ,to $3.50 actively and faithfully pros
to the lioth- and put five silver dollars in her attorney's -
t per box: brights, 1.50s, $2.0to $3 per the American farmers and all : hand for Mrs. Martin, and the
box; brights, 123s $2 to $2.50 per box; classes and interests which are were crowd Feeing the action followed in
russtts, as to size and color, $1.73 to mately related to them, _
line and the clink of Oliver dollars, as
,*2.50i; very wasty fruit, $1 to $1.50 per fall to stand together for Indiana as they first in tho attorney's hand
box; beets, 75 cents to $1; egg plant, Justice and equity, if States trcas and then dropped in his hat was tho only sodnd ; "
$-I to $0 barrel 73 cents to : Crounse, ,
: per ; cabbages, formed. If prosecuted as that hoard until tho defendant's FOR
appearance -
----4: $1.23 per barrel; wax beans, $2 to $4 system will cngngo the services secretary at the jail door ready for do. ONE/TOUCH ; ,
crate round beans' $2 to $4 this Of less than '
per ; per year not 85,000 parture. Then a mighty cheer and clapping J
crate; flat beans, $1.50 to $3.50 per in our cause. I earnestly invoke United Mine of hands drowned all '11

r ';. crate; squa&h, 75 cents to $1.25 per crate. and co-operation of the entire in session for else, and the crowd, now -(

TAd Sun Voice of Cleveland, 0., says: hood, ki securing a faithful 0., has issued numbering at least 600 men, women Ii

"Blood oranges havo become so plentifulin every subordinate and County postponement and children, gathered around to lookat
this country that the New York Journal and for every congressional on :May 1st and shake hands with the fair ac KEweNLAND F1A112 C
has renewed the charge that the in the jurisdiction of our order I' quitted. As she left the jail another'

Italian fruit dealers or the metropolis are out the whole country. Filer; I crowd in waiting took up the cheer. 'q".
i guilty of charging ordinary oranges with Arrangements are also being legislature I Their cries of "long live Mrs. Martin" ..
V red analine dye by the means of hypodermic the holding of two or more the assent could be heard for blocks, and crowds
This I is corroborated ance mass meetings in each of ,
syringes. charge by the fede- came running from direction. ,
by ono of the leading fruit dealers of New ance States during the year, or \ to lands for blocking up all travel every and making the OUR NEW IMPROVED SINGER

York, who in answer to an inquiry as to more as the brotherhood may ,canal streets impRlFR! lo. When asked what HIGH ARM, TMITYll. ONLY$20.00 (J)

L; blood oranges, replied: 'Blood oranges us have your active and earnest : Notice of a she thought of the demonstration in her sf r-"
they are simply oranges fixed by in making this the great .! in her Z '
Why of :albs behalf, with suspicion of tears It en':
I--, Italian dealers. We don't deal in that paign year in our history, and suit for voice, hc laughed; and said, pointing to -W'.II :::1-<<

kind of fruit.' Beware of the blood that I. prepared to meet any t Wra. Henry the crowd, "Oh, I love them all." In Ia ;
/ is in the orange-there is danger in,them. may arise. lct for the do addition to tho silver subscribed at the ( f
!. Fhaiphale Mining- State and county officers by counsel jail, tho north side and south side market std.
The Manufacturer Record (Baltimore]) earnestly admonished to push each have raised f 100 for her, and other 1 i I:;
publishes a full history of the development in their respective jurisdictions subscriptions are being started. Aftnr VI D -
: :Mcline, z
and says
of the phosphate mining interestof vigorously.The of tho A'ctting'the case the jury was only out C)
Florida and South Carolina./ Since enemy 11 actively on the interview fifteen minutes and a half by the clock. _JVJLCTSACO.iCURED.: HI"-A..f.A-"
: 1880 when commenced to Is his purpose to buy or control an and for I W.wlll......
-1 one company of all free But one vote was taken, it was .
mine phosphate in Florida on a small !is far as possible. Falling with acquittal. _, _ TS Sm by mill
he will substitute office its to stick F a LARGE: TRIAL BOTTLK.
41cale. this industry has developed with or he said Moo T..oa, ):pI.....,. DON'T SUFrCR: '
wonderful rapidity, and investment in Failing in all this, he will strive by I A NOVEL EXPERIMENT.A ( LONUKK.: Ut'.Po>lO<&i: JAn|>.... .
phosphate lands have been on an enormous means, foul or fair, to create chamber of HALL CVCMICAL CO.,3860 Fslrwowl Av.. PWuTp*. .1 CINC'I'N..bcN' A"-TI Shone.tend 11OMIL.E*. *.'
and dissensions in
i scale. The Record list of companies our ranks. Well that Will be r *
as Deep as I Quickest,
: his home in
i If a convention of the enemies at
there shows that
now operating over Human Skill can Make It. --------I Compartment and Pullman Palace'
National Farmers'Alliance and aged
twelve million dollars have been invested
I within two years, and that these companies Union was called to-devise a plan and treas An eight-inch well, which is being sunk The Sheep herders of Australia Sleeping Cars through without. change':",.
now have a daily capacity of two overthrow and destruction of the Moen :Manu near Wheeling, W. Vs., by the Whoelei making direct connection

thousand tons of phosphate rock, which it would doubtless adopt, as the of Improvement Company in a search foi As you are aware Australia a crest JnCENTRALUNIONST LOUIS
speedy and effectual, such con- oil or gas has reached, after several ,
will be increased shortly to three thousand of its thorp-raining country,employing( ttiou- And the WEST, ,and .with. ,T-rougn, clines '
tons by the completion of the mining would create dissension and strife S'c' largest months of boring, a depth of 4,100 feet. saudi of herders. }o'or.1I month in the for .

i plant now under construction. In addition the,membership., How eagerly_ a I Both oil and gas havo been struck year these poor live a life of complete the .
these others exultantly they bait the least say: A mur- throughout In paying quantities. It has tho far HICAGOSnd -
to companies, fifty-one I, solitude away out on sheep-runs, NORTHWEST;' "
of this I If an erring brother so "Jack through several thick veins of coal
with an aggregate capital stock of over by gone removed from all civilization and the T'BUFFALO '
421,000,000 have been IncorpQrated to gets his obligation to the order as reported from and has traversed layers of gold quartz, sight of their fellow men. Their food is also with through Tine car* for DEIRo I I
sail its principles publicly, he is The Iron and numerous other mineral Professor -
-develop phosphate lands, but are not yet often) left In their huts while they are out and
t at work. In South Carolina there are by the politicians and the partisan Tuesday J. 0. White, state geologist, herding In the bush, or else they take | | aDd the Eut.
twenty-eight phosphate mining com as a hero. If a paper which:/ hospital, in has succeeded in getting the govern. supplies from the main Itatlon that will 5.
of .
change car
designated a representative of the usual ment interested in it. The result is Only one
panies witn an aggregate capital of $8-, manner. last during the season. After sheep- toMeridian
10OOO, and the production last year ciples of our order provei'false in this that after tho well has been sunk shearing time they draw all their wage NEW ORLEANS 1
most sacred compact and to: tho depth of one mile, the governmentwill ,
was 637,189 tons. There are also eighteen and ,start for the city to have a royal I Jackson Vicluburjr Point* in
fertilizer manufacturing companies in members, or our principles, it Detroit has take up the work and, under the spree. Perhaps tho herder may have AND, TIlE

that state, having a capital, of nearly gains speedy admittance to the The city direction of two expert officers of the (300( in his pocket? : as the result of his i, TCYAC I CAHDciraa I : B.T.PlIISengers .
$3,000,000. sod confidence of our enemies. If of workmen geological surrey, drill into the earth as long exile in tho bush. It i I. hi* custom
entlal A via thi line are afforded a*
or prominent members, far al human skill can penetrate.
The Home Market. restoring to: go to a reputable innkeeper upon
The Homo :Market, Jacksonville, reports Ing their obligations to each other and in other complete rocord of the drilling and all reaching the city and place in alt band excellent view of Lookout Mountain an&.
: In the great trade centers of the the order, engage in a public ready for a discoveries made will be kept. This all his available fund It U then agreed surrounding Historic) Scenery.a .

country, and notably in the eastern sea warfare through the press or service. The record will be placed in the geological: that tho hotel man shan dole out to the -

board cities, the orange market on Flori- our enemies are abundantly and perfected survey's exhibit at the world's fair, and herder every day such turn a* he may 0. RAY S. E, 1'.... Ag .. 'A':>
low withno No member of our order has the dU- afterwards preserved ,at Washington reserving enough to for the
das continues weak/ and prices two require, pay lanta, Ga. ,
prospect for a better condition during to assail another member publicly Professor White and the government rucst'i board and lodging and to buy 1>. J. MULLANEY, ''Dt,. 1'.... Aft,'
the or otherwise, so long as officers this will be one of the most .
the season. Mediterraneans In the east press : : of Tuesday say him a ticket back to his station in the Chattanooga.
and California in the west are given the names are on our roll of entered the novel and important exhibits at the fair Int'lrlor. P. 0, EDWAHD3, 0*P. A '1'. A., iCINCINNATI.
preference over Floridas, many prominent Such an offense is a violation of his who were and will attract tho .attention of the Then begIns a debauch that i I. perhaps O*
and should merit
gation dentists of the world.'LYNCHED .
houses refusing to handle.the latter jail for at- unparalleled in Itt deliberate intensity. '
; altogether. By reference to published paper vested with authority to their break- ---- Days and night are alike to the herder, THE
our order officially has the right to : who into the wildest kind of
reports of public sales in New York, Boston and a des- BY SOLDIERS. plunge
and other points for tbe past week, it our principles/ or any member I his keys dissipation with a ferocity born of long NEW LEVER 'SAFETY
order while in such
will be seen that the gross price realizedin Such offense acting should all a in the fight A Citizen Kills a Private and lj dreary, monotonous life in the bush lie
an cause
knows that when his it he
the Home Market for the same money spent
Himself Riddled
to such With Bullets.A .
iancemen repudiate
time was considerably above the gross he must go back to that same dismal
obtained in these cities, 'which; together promptly. No member, while his dispatch from Walla Walla, Wash., exl.tenceJut/ not for One moment does
with the difference in the freight, remains on our roll, ho a right to >mCalro, 111., saul D. J. Hunt, slayer of Private tie pause in his mad career. 1It. \Jrglet
: is about
shows an average difference in net the principles of the order publicly. to Miller, Wednesday nliiht, was lynched are prolonged on an average about two
: returns in favor of Jacksonville of at Is not only permitted but u into southern Friday evening by soldier* from the garrison : weeks*, when the landlord notifies him
least $1 a box. A few days ago CoU B. by our law, to discuss any and all days ago and fell in the courthouse yard that his money i h exhausted and that he

F. Whitncr of Ft. Reed, tbe well-known the area coming freedom within and our to province .manager.general riddled. with, .sixteen. bullets. ,four .,of must return to his station in the bu-h.
grower, snipped as an experiment two utmost any tfarrer, chief waxen entered iiis uoao urea excuenent : Then he departs, a total physical wreck: ,
cars of orango to Boston and two cars of may desire within the order. foot prevailed over the lynching. to hi life of solitary= exile, where for six
the same size and quality to the Home will of the majority the law of.on Ilxt Colonel Compton, commanding: the fort, months more be become. dead to the .
: Market. lie now reports that the latter order.> and if he cannot acquiesce the, baa promised Judge! Upton he would lend world and tries to recover from the .
netted him $100 per car more than the decisIon of the majority, and viewing of road all the aid in his power to ferret out tho physical debilitation due to his excessesin : ..,t t Li."
former. As the southern markets and he i* consciencioasly/ impelled to a guilty parties. Colonel Compton stigmatizes / the city. At the cud of tbeueoHon be
many smaller cities throughout the country fore the public and assail our the action of the mr>b as a disgrace repeat exactly the same programme carried I The PERFECTION of SIMPLICITY'and "
draw their supply from Jacksonville, be should first divest himself of :! says: On to himself, his officers, troops and outon his pretiou visit, and so it ECONOMY of POWER.

the favorable condition of the Home ance uniform. With what publishers the entire army. The grand jury hu goes on year after year until hi end in NO OEAJ18.,
Market is likely to continue to tbe end of could a Baptist or Methodist go the:Mobile been summoned to Inquire into the trag asylum. I tell you at a fact of which NO CJIAIN

the season. Prime russets, heavy, in the world and publicly oppose Lottery Corn- edy. The prosecuting attorney on Sunday I am cognizant that fully five sixths of the VARIABLE STROKE only two eet*
best sizes and quality, are bringing $3.73; nonnce some church of the How most cherished to prevent telegraphed the secretary of war de- inmate of insane asylums in Aumrulla of Revolving Bearing '

bright in same size and quality, $2.75 to ol bis remain his church long book in the ills of the tragedy with the statement are sheep herder*.-(Chicago lit raid. Beat Hill Climbing and all aroumf
f 3; strictly tancy STOCK lu same size ana name on publishers for that the authorities were unable to protect Safety ade.C.A.'r.A..oOOtnd .
quality, $3.50; grape fruit, $3 to $3.73. long ought it to remain there act, forbUl- themselves against the lawless soldiers .- -.--
should be or desire to the mails of
expect : ;zar.
and asked that immediate action be
The T-x Laws. ,
the church! edrertise-
How a Oar Got Away.
A writer in the Tins. .-Union under the Loyalty to Alliance principles ; postponed taker ___________
above caption, says: "Now.that the legislature only Uue Alliance test, not only H. B. SMITH MACHINE CO. | |
has met, permit me to say something membership but it should The Strikers Victorious Engineer Jack West, Bill Gordon and
relative to the tax law of this state. applied in the selection of all the American I Jack Sprung were taUiog about old SMITH VILLE, I IN

A* It is, land is sold and state deed from the steward in a subordinate Washington, I The board of arbitration appointed to time and the experience they bad on I

given within twelve months from date.ol nce to the president of the Congrega- settle tbe differences between the City different roads, when Jack told the following _" ____-- el.___ __ _

tie. There arc many inaccuracies: of assessment lance, and it must be applied in Strong pre- Railway Company and Its employee at : THE TRAVELERS
; parties anxious to pay their ection of those who are to make : by Jus- Detroit Mich ftuUhed its labors Tuesday "It u not necessary to give the name ,
times fail to do because, of court, and of the road on which I was running but
taxes, many ecute our laws, U we would but agreed to remain in the service of ; Jacksonville Florida.
the assessment of their land of the both let it was for several miles at ,
improper hope fur the reforms which we parties to the controversy until they me say
e Many Units they write for their tax receipt We want no foes in our camp. the secretary mutually agree that they are no longer re crooked a piece of track a* I ever traY-with -
*, paying whatever i* demanded. live better without them than with closed: a sue quired. The resulf arbitration is a eled over. One day we started off
Ignorance of land number cause themto Its receipts : forty-seven freight can, cud when we The Travelers, corner Bay and CodistreetS
Let the membership be complete victory for the men, the company
for "unknown"lands. Including destination we bad only J ICksoo rille, J'la. A new brick _
neglect to examine: faithful, and guard with untiring promising to forgive and forget all reached our ,
railroad station and
bad been to all
They consider their receipt a* depart- had orty-lx.[ No car hotel.
lance the principle of the Order. past trouble take back the men who adapted
covering all of their liabilities. Within $303,. dur- and the affair was mystery. The conductor steamboat landing Especially
the outlook for struck and them
wa our cause so give employment( and for fur-
fired builnef Xtegaatly
twelve months a tax deed i*given. Thereare and his crew were to tranlei.t
ice their
and We have good behavior.
encouraging. only
where the mining ilogla/ or en luite. Tableas
people hovering over the tax sale like two days no one knew slaked rooms,
true to our principle, true to second to*uprin. the best This hotel wubufit,
vultures: to prey upon such unfortu car wa*. On the day ood a*
nates. A sale i* soon made; an abstractof gallons and to our noble Order, Von Moltke'f Funeral. tendent received a letter from the ageot fuinlabed aad operated. a $3.00 a day

title is ordered; a shadow on the title will be welL Fraternally, to near the worst curve In the road, stating house; rates are now reduced: to |tOO a

is discovered; the holder of the tax receipt L. 1. Tbe funeral service: over the remains be bad found the missing car lying In the day, wbilo the service 1* better than ever.lirrakftt .
bein, to squeeze the rightful owner I Pro*. N. F. A. pf Field Marshal Count Ton Moltke to-.k ditch. We w"re going over the !tamest from 6 to 8; Inarh from 11:" J

; this owner has lost his land for no says: Attorney place at Berlin Tuesday morning, in the pretty good rate ol ape*!, and the train to $::301 dinner front 8;30 to ,:BOo TU

fault of his; land cannot be sold with The Ejf-Klng is Dead. afternoon, re ballroom of the general staff build log, in broke Fa two, the missing car jumped U tbe only hotel in Jacksonville serving
tax sale over them; the country is danv \ Attorney which building the veteran died and the track, the rear section vrU.k the regular meal at these boors. All outera
aged. But how to remedy this evilfGive A cablegram -of Tuesday the killing of where bis body has been lying in state. first section! bumping into It with Just are, at ka.t one hour JiUr.' US Ih.JI

the own-r lour or five year in bourne, Australia, says. : there last Emperor. William, the hingeS Baiouy\ force enough to jar the when coupling the train pin, rraveler omnibus, the"
which to redeem make him pay 50 per calved from Samoa state that the report the grand duke of Baden. gaxeW.lmarand which had remained np law scull each way.BURTON.
.. he said and pulled
cent intercut. The state can afford to Tamaseae i* dead. lie had been use fuse, the principal member of the broke, law pLies. we with a full K. BARRS
is Uwught
bold t e Lands for such interest, and ing from Bright' disease for I [ secretary re- royal families of Germany, together with he tution e herald and ,
for publica "Uadville (CaL)
afford to for such inter German general, were rain. ( proprietor.
parties can pay past, and fiaally luccumed to the ; the nature the leading $IO _

eat No one wUl intentiona'Jj! neglect to plaint I present.'c temocrst -


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the men who will control M. Bnowit, Cashier.
The e are
-f THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE. + have relied upon the Supreme THE STEAMER SWEENEY the E. C. T. Co. In future, and
Court and its extremely tardy INDIANs
whose will shape the trans STATE BANK
-RVOTM TO ''fBB btVUiOFMIKTO : docket to aid them in their ins Which has been a favorite with power business of the river.
D portation
.WRBLV: : : JOrMAL the rights of the
fringemenUi upon and merchants created !
TH It IKDIAH HIVBR orange growers No organization was ever
JA.II:WOBTB.JtCTIO_ people, and to prevent them from along her route, -ever since her first with a better aim; and no concern (Incorporated under the taws- of the State of Florida.)

paying Just compensation for damages our beautiful river, Authorized capital
appearance on ever had such a large percentageof lOOOcc|

Office Washington Avenue, Tltusville,, inflicted But upon the energetic persons and and has been the subject of numerous its stock paced among the people f Paid up capital, $25,OX! (
property. which have been floating '
ladian River, Florida. rumors who will sweat to produce r\N '
able attorney)l Tavares has sue about for the past fortnight, and the freight its steamers will .;: Average StooOX! |

ceeded in giving them a dose of we are now in position to give the ,

rtIILtUED EVEKT PBtDAY.IOrtered medicine which may have an excellent facts to the public. It has always carry.Any further attempt of the J.,, Transacts a General BulM

effect ; and railroad attorneys been the aim of the East Coast T.
will approach the Supreme Transportation Co., to make the Indian River, will be 4 Easiness
at the Tltu >mce M leeond- Court of the State with less '0011fidencb on
M. concern essentially the people'sline than ,
(,\ad l Matter. futile and more suicidal ever.
and greater caution in but owing to the fierce discrimination The change in management came Largest and Oldest Bank on the Eiuj

future. In case of a conflagration to which the new company too late. The evil which the retired > w ? -

TERMS! Invariably In "' ..anee. at Titusville, as a result -of the I was subjected, and the impossibility autocrat did in his life, live DIRECTORS
Order or One and Two Cent Railway Company failing to use of jAI.PRITCHARD'W.B.BA( '! ii 4s") | '
positive the
B* heck, Portal ntampe. predicting a after him. A continuation of #r of the National Dank of Jacknonvlllti J 11DCBKIB
l'o tage spark arresters, the Tavares case financial success, no systematiceffort Mason Young .. { (Vloe-Prenldent: National RankII
'Tear ......'. ..w......"....$1MMEMenthe will be an excellent precedent. has been made until! policy inaugerated by Jacksonville), W. B. GRAB AM and T JlBBOWM.
;...>.....>." ever will terminate the career of the In. .
. Month,...'*"'"* .&0e recently to disposeof of the Co. in lest COnnEBPOJfDENTS. .
Three -COpy.............. .. ...j....... |110 DOWN GO THE SALARIES. any deli dian River Steamboat .. Seaboard National Bank of New York IM
would '
stock. It have
: )Prepaid been a
Sot to asy Addreea In U.! Canada than a year. This Is a mere assertion National Bank of Jacksonville. j,
cate matter for those who bad in* but for FLA.
keep your paper TITUSVILLE9 .
................. WM.TBB B. 0 AHAK. We are informed that the most vested their money In the concernto reference and consult it at the
will be practised by attempt to place the stock when if the Titus-
E4IWr&; M..n..i'r..C. U.W TOII. rigid economy close of next season INDIAN RIVER STEAMBOAT COMPANY
the new management of the Indian its dividend paying quality was, ville dock does not extend a hearty ,

River"Steamboat Company. A reduction to say the least, anything but cer welcome to every steamer that p rtw... eiSTS.

do not bold onmlven renponilbl*for the: in the salaries of many of tain. The season having drawn to seeks a landing without further r

ww,1e the right, of to our reject mrrwpontenu any eo.monlcatlon.OImmonlcatlon.'or tat we. ClaiM the employees has been announced a close, and the result of five delay or subterfuge. Our readers
publication must be wrl. and several of the pilots and other months business being a handsome will recollect the predictions made

on one lcle of. the paper only,and officers have decided to resign dividend, ia spite of the numerous last September ,that the Sweeney
ebnald and caw be companIed tiffADVERTISING by << There Is such a thing as false difficulties and -obstacles with ,would never come to Indian River

publication bus i guarantee of good economy.; and those Who have ex. which the competing line was compelled and in October, when she did come,,

perience the employment of that to -contend it was decided 1 that she would not run a month.

llATESl; class of labor where skill and to feel the pulse of those who had She did run the entire season, net- ST. AUGUSTINE-LEAVES Trrusviuut: (with Malls)

ability :'is required, usually find been so loyal in their support and ting her owners a handsome profit. Dally (except Sundays) at..r.... .... ....-:... .. .. .... .. .. .... 6 a. m
FEB Yua. that :the!)pe t'ia the cheapest+ in the liberal in their patronage. It was does not see fit to Arrives at Eau Gallie dally (except Sundays) at.... ... .12 30 p. m
If the "
monopoly .... .... .130
........................10.06 believed that had been Melbourne
informed of
One Two Inch Inch......................... 15.00 end. "We are by one competition cry "enough," that is their concern. Leaves ... .... 2.-00 "
Three Incb......... ............ 90.00 the pilots, who.has decided to'quit, permanently established, thanks to But if its have any common Eau Game .... ... 230 "
...:::.,. ../......, 95.00Five managers
rourincb, Col.,...:. *>.00 that Ills pay was to le reduced to the co-operation of the growers sense about them they will Arrives Titusville .... ..e. .830 ."
Inch or Quarter
flaifCahtmn..................., KM thirty 'dollars -month. This and shippers, and that the litigation STB. ST. SEBASTIAN-LEAVES EAU GALLIE: (with Mails)
Whole Column.................100.09 sum may be extremely per liberal compensation in regard to terminal facilities do secure so; a and fleet not of force steamers the people, insteadof to Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays MELBOURNE at... .... ... ..... .... .... ..l:00p. m
...tat d add M*10 Month per cent., divide. rite yearly rate by two for the service rendered, being on the eve of settlement it one, which will be a sufficient Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays at.... ... ... ... .. .. ......1:30 "

dlfkle the yearly rate b, but one dollar per day, for a day would not 'be improper to further safeguard if peace is proclaimed Arrives at Jupiter, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at..8.00 "
For Three Monthn sixteen hours long does not seem cement the bond of union betweenthe LEAVES JUPITER
tbor,and add:M per cent. for ,line .and its without,further delay. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at.;. .... ... .. .. .. .. .... ..8:001. m
to 'be an extravagant price new patrons by In
:local AdTertlnemenU Ten Cents Per Line Among: the new stockholders Arrives at Melbourne Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays at..5 KX) "
Bach Insertion. skilled labor. Of course the new making them one. In other words the E. C. T. Co. we find such names t& "Eau Gallie ..530 "

raid Reading Matter not lit "Local Newt" management of .the Indian River the courtship having been carriedon as: lion. II. S. Williams, Hon. W. STR. GEORGIANA-LEAVES TITUSVILLE
Mtornns,Fir CenU Per Line Each Insertion Steamboat Co. feels it Incumbent for a season, a wedding was II. Sharpe Dr. G. W. Holmes, Lewis Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays at .... .... .. .. .. .... ... ....7.-00 a m
on;itself to demonstrate its super. proposed.To Powe J. M. Sanders A. L. Hatch, Arrives at Ormond Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays at.. .5.OO p. m

Address, all communications to iority over that which formerly make.a long story short, a C. B. Magruder, Wm. M. Merwin,, Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays LEAVES at ORMOND... .. .... .... .... .... ..700a.m
EAST COAST. ADVOCATE, prevailed, and many Innovationsmay few of the orange growers and E. A. Hartwell. Arrives at Titusville Tuesdays, Thursdays at.... ... .. .. ..5 KX p. m
TITIISVILI.K, FLORIDA. be anticipated. Retrench. merchants Rockledge, Cocoa G. D. ACKERLY, C. H. BENT,

P.O.Box,223. ment will be the order of the day; and City ,Toint, convened in the Fort Pierce. Gen'l. Pas Agent Superintendent.

BEAD our list of new subscribers but'a sweeping reduction of salaries cabin of their favorite craft, while NOTICE.

IB this issue. An increase on an may prove 'imprudent. The the regatta was in progress last'
hundred sub. laborer is worthy of his hire; his Friday afternoon, at the request of: Mrs. Reynolds left last Tuesday for IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED
average of over one her home in East Hartland, Conn., to NOTICE will be sold at Public Auction on the (1st) First Day of June A. D.
scribers per month since we came family must have bread especiallyIn Capt. Paddison, and were Informed spend the summer. (1891)) Eighteen Hundred and Ninety One, at the Court House at Titusville, in the
'into existence is something phe. a county where the benign Influcnces that the holders of the stock of theE drummer for John County of Brevard in the State of Florida, or so much thereof as will be necessary

nomenal in the history of a weekly of a protective tariff are C. T. Co. wished to scatter a Clark Mr. Sons Muriel of Jacksonville a is here today to pay the amount due for Town Taxes herein set opposite to the same, together

newspaper in South Florida. supposed to prevail. controlling interest in the line canvassing orders. with the costs of sale and advertising.

among their patrons, and thus with
Our small town is quite .lively
TDK: United States constitution THE DOWN '!RIVER MAIL. render it invincible. The total lawyers just now, as there are one or two Owner De crlptlon. Amount
tfiould be amended so as to pro. number of shares were two hun Interesting cases going on.
Tide for the election of senators by down river mail seldom dred. In less time than it takes H Q Hawley lot 7 Wager' subdivision block A...... -m
The Inspector Sams paid us a visit last Unknown n t of lot 1 block B.. .. .... .. .. .... .. .. 90
popular vote, if for no other reason; arrives in Titusville before ten or to write these lines fifty-six shares week and was highly pleased with the Unknown lots 1. 2. 8. 4. 5,6 and 7 block F.... .... 1515 1
than to prevent 'legislative dead eleven o'clock at night and as the were taken by those present, and St. Lucie school. W A Rowland part Iota 8 and 10 des deed book J, page

locks and consequent neglect of postoffice closes .at eight p. m. It the subscribers pledged themselvesto Mr. Jake bummerlln returned home 827 block F.... ... ; ... .... .:... .. .'.. 225
the more important duty of legislatures will be seen that our merchants do guarantee that one'hundred and after a short visit to his brother, Mr. ESummerlin Unknown lot 1 block J..e. ... .. :. 45
i here. Unknown lot 1 block K.. .... ... .. .. ... .... .... 120
-that of framing necessaryand not get their letters until the foilowing one shares, or a controlling inter. Unknown lotS block K.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. 120
proper state laws.A morning, after the return est, would be taken at once. In We are sorry to report the death of the Unknown lot 8. e sub div of block 4... .... .... .... 00
FloridStandard mail has been -gone a couple of other words, if those growers who Infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Bonnet Geo Welser' lot 10. e sub dlv of block 4... .. .. 140
CLIPPING from the The parents have our deepest sympathy.
Unknown lot old block 4 1
failed 6. as per map
hours. Letters are frequently received were not present to take the 71
signed by a number of shares to makea Mr. Frank Everett leaves this week JWSAdams w* of lot 2. block I).... .... .... ....t... 2
prominent citizens of Rockledge, by our citizens of great importance forty-five required for his home In Connecticut, on a short Unknown lot 2. block 6.. .. .... .... .... ... ... .. 760
which appears'in; another column, ; a reply by return mat total of one hundred and one, vacation. We all wish him a good time. Geo Weiser lot 1. block 6.. .. .... .. .. .... .... .... .. 815
is requested ; and our correspondents then those present would increase Mrs }[ Wilbur lot 3. block 9.... .... ...... .... .... .... 400
nserts that .a majority of the .seem to think that we are their own subscriptions so as to Mr. O'Brien bought ten acres of land Unknown lot 1. block 10...,.......,.. .... .... .... 45
voters of this county are opposed Instead of two, as stated last.week; hi }[rs }[ E Titus, agent lot 2. block 14.... .... .. ... ..,. .... ..,. '15
take interest.A .
to: 'Call. We would like an expresilon lacking in promptitude when they; a controlling intends putting in two acres of pineapples Unknown lot 4. block 14..... .... .. ... .... .. .. .... 120
from our readers' on the fail to get a reply by the returningboat. ] committee consisting of II. S this summer. A 0 Gardner lot 'I, block 14. .,.. .... .... .. .. .,.. ...; 120
'Erevan 'Those who read this article Williams, J. M. Sanders and Jos Mr. Tyler Is having great improve- Unknown lot 9, block 18......,... ..,..,.. .... .... 45
subject. In our opinion, will readily understand in future, Paxton, was appointed to see those menta doiu to his grounds and house Unknown lot 5. block 21..... .... .... .... ... .... 23
county is overwhelmingly' for TFWCWf. however that it 'is impossibility who were not and which when finished, will make a most Unknown lot 4. block 22...... .... .... ..., .... .... 23
a physical growers present handsome place. Unknown lot b. block 22...... .... .... ,,.. .... .... 23
to answer a letter bya solicit subscriptions? to the stock ; We are glad to see our genial friend Unknown lot 7. block 22...... .... .?.;... :... .... 30
Wnxx will the :legislature break mall which leaves before the and when it was not convenientfor Henry Harvey with us again. He came Unknown ot8bloek22$0

tfie" deadlock and give their at. letter calling for .a reply is re. those whom they interviewed up on Saturday from the Life Saving Unknown lot 9. block 22...... .... .... .... .... .... 30
tentlon to the passage of the many ceived. to subscribe, to at least get themto station at Jupiter. Unknown lot 12. block 22... ... .? .... ........ 2SC
which shoald have their Capt. Hogg and family came up yesterday J Hector lot 10. Robbins at Graham' addltion..? 45
neasuMi A 'petition is being circulatedby .pledge patronage and
on business. He told us he had sole Unknown lot 16 A; 'I, Robbins .t Graham' addition 80
arefUl consideratloa? The hand the people of Eau Gallic 'pray. moral support. his schooner to two gentlemen down a t Unknown e lot 21. Robbins at Graham'a addition 15
for adjournment near at Ing that that point be made the We understand that almost every Waveland.Mr. Unknown lot 22 h: 23. Bobbins at Graham'addition 30

and it leoks at if the new tax and southern terminus of the upriverroute prominent grower from Hardee- Jim Bell had his thumb nearly Unknown t54. Joynerville.... .... ..... ...... .. OB
Unknown ,.ot56Joynervllle... .... .... .. Ot
road lawelr well the discussion : the mill
a. has off at last week.
; and while we!leave no desire rule to South Rockledge taken cut saw I t B
Godfrey lot 23. Rerdelr.additlon......... ...... 15
411 the immigration question ancxtenriioa to encourage rivalry !between Mel. a small amount of stock. It was We WM very glad lucky to note he did that not he lose will hit not hand.low Unknown lot 26,RerdeU', addition...,.. .... .. .... 15
- of the powers of the bourne and Eau Gallic, or to advo- decided to scatter the shares amo'nga. the are of his thumb. Unknown lot 26, Rerden' addltlon........ ........
fiailroad Commission, were des cate a change to the :latter point, many shippers as possible ; and ue Unknown lot 81, Rerden' addltlou..,, ....... .. ..
tined 10 meet the' fate of hasty from personal motives, yet we do no one subscriber was to take more New Subscribers to the "Advcate. Unknown lot 89 and 40. 'Rerden' addition.... .... 30
Unknown lot Rerde ,
49. addition............... 15Oeo
consideration and slip-shod treat. Feel that It Is to the interest of Ti- than five unless the required num.ber ." Mackenzie lot 63. Rerden' addition...... .. .... .... 15
ment during the closing hours. tusville to have the up-river route could not be placed. Several Unknown lot 56. Rerdell's addition...,., .,.... .... 150
made shorter possible.So wealthy men who were present, This week have added the follow. Bobbins do; Graham Iota 60.61 at 84, Rerden' addftion.. ... 45
THE: ''Ilacdeeville and South Rockledge many new postoffices signified Ing subscribers' names to our list: Mrs.S. Unknown lot 1. Fiaher' addition to Tltu.ville

l1aMpurdhaled a controlling interest been establkhed within the past tneir willingness to double W. Knapp, Sherburn, N. Y.; W. H. Fairbanks block D... .. .. .... .... ......... ...... 15
in the East Coast few years that no steamboat can their subscription if necessary. Clifton; L. R. Hover, Mrs., M. E. Unknown lot 1. block 0 Fi.ber's addItJon..... .... 1
Transporta. make the run from Titusville to The future success of the Swee Hill, 8. Shear J. P. Sets, F. E. Joyner, Unknown. lot 5. block C Fi.her' addition.,.. .. .. 15
Lion Co. The of its Unknown 1 tract
patronage of land bounded D by R at G add'e
Melbourne and return so as to is assured. She will be in
ney S. S. Jones J. E. Speennan Miss Julia
stockholders alone, to say nothing byCanaveral at, s by Tropic It, w by
,e1 that which their influence will reach this point at a decent hour ; Fact the people1 boat; and the East Roberts Joseph Brown, W. A. Beaton., DeLeon .t..... .... .... ... .... .... .. 450
attract is sufficient to assure a I and if Eau Gallic. was made the : Coast Transportation Company, E. C. Wade, all of Cocoa; J. H. Vendlg Unknown 1 tract of land bounded D by Broad .t, e .
louthern terminus for the up-river whose birth was surrounded by by Canaveral, a by R .t G add to TI
New York J. F. Wooten S. Rider G. J.
andsoaie dividend from next lea8Cm' ; tusville. w by De Soto st......... .... 450
would be able adverse circumstances and whose
the mall boat
route, Glngraas, A. J. Canover J. E. Fultz. Alfred
business the reorganization Smith guardian w of n e 1- except land of Jones and
at the new line will make it in. to reach here from an hour and a infancy was beset by all the Ills Rockledge; J. S. Curtiss, Clark St., E Ronald' 57 acre.\ 525

vincible. It will have all the bu,. half to two hours earlier than at that: transportation companies "are A. Hartwell West Adams St, Chicago; E II Harris s pan lot 1. 14 acrea.... ..... .. .... .. .. 970
lent. This Is heir to is Institution whose L Whitlock lot 7. Morrow' addition to TltuaviUe. 90
pre an important an R. E. SerJeanUon, Hobe Sound W. M ?
mess it do. the who ; Florida
can people
Canning Company the
representing on wharf..... .. a 00
will direct its affairs future, can, matter; for who will tend to Titus permanency no one can now quest. Merwin, Milford Conn.; M. F. Munson., w A Raw1l blocks M Q: M and 212 feet of block 36 300

Jl necessary provide an independ rill for merchandise, seeds, medi-. ion.The Aurora, EL; J. Eberwein, Canaveral; II Boone .of 2. ColelIW1" addition to TltUivine.. 'I 50
ant outlet from the river by rail. cine, medical aid or anything else people are Invincible, and Jalma Lapham, J. M. Thompson, Indiinola Unknown Iota 6. 10. 11 at U, Coleman' addition

But simple Justice and reasonable of which they are In urgent need, day are the competing line. It i. ; J. H. Wilson, HardeviUe; J.*Taytor D. l 20

treatment by the J., 2..k J{. W. If it cannot be received by the foi. no longer a close corporation or Tltusvtlle; J. T. Jenkins, City Point;; C E Campbell part of s e of a e 1- del deed book L,

system, will render such aa undertaking lowing day Will not the great relied concern; no longer the tar. C. Thlgpin, Brantley; W. IL PoweU andJ. page li/..... ........ .... ... ... .... 3Unknown
majority of those people who have get of ridicule, jealousy or envy, F. Powell Melbourne; & Walker, 40acres in Ia w 1- of a e I nee S3 T21 R M I 0PEE90NAL

unnecessary. been dependent upon Titusville but the property of the producers Sebastian Dr. IL C. Fish A. B. Carter I'BOI'EBTT.B .
TBi decision of the transfer their trade to and shippers of a large combination ; v.EAndrews .... .... ........ ....... ........ .... .. .. 150'Ui
Supreme ; Georgian; M. M. McLeod, Rockledge. 0 Cassidy .... .... .. ...... ... ..... ....... ...... .. '15c
Court in the famous Tavares fire Cocoa or some other point where of the best citizens of our h C urey..;.... .......... .. .......... .... ...... 15
case was a severe blow to the J., the mail will arrive In time to allow sounty-men who love our beauti. Dixon: A Gray the druggists desire G C H ColliDi .. .... ...; ........ ............ .. .... JO
f.: A K. W. B'y Co., and a great a reply by the following day ful river and its hammocks, wherelie us to publish the following testimonial ItEEngUsh .... ............. .. ..........f.... ,.... JO
victory for Alex. St. Clair Abrams. Even the people of Cocoa are their home., their groves, and is they handle the remedy and believe AndrewEllenwood: .,.. ...... ...... ..... .............. .. .. 45
'Vile .. .... .. ....... ........... ...... .... .. J.S
Tie amount involved was $35,000, greatly inconvenienced by the presnt their gardens. Men who ,have It to be reliable. I bought a 60 cent bottle H B beraelll'J' .,:..:............. .... ... ........ .... 15
and interest at 8 per cent for several arrangement. It is impossible grown up with the country, who, of Chamberlain's Pain Balm and applied BLJennings ...:..... .... ......,.... .. .... .... .... .. '15
years. There is no appeal for the Cocoaites to get a reply feeling themselves possessed of cer- It to my limbs, which have been Samuel James ...r. ....'... ...... ........ .......... .. u uJ
from the decision and Mr. Cole- before Wednesday to a letter mail ain inalienable rights, among tfflicted with rheumatism at Intervals \V B KeUi. ......... ........ ...... .. ......... .. .. 15
the oilyen.... .. ....... ... .... ..,..... ........ .. 15
aan will have to foot the bUt with. ed to Titusville by them on Mon. rhich'are the right to use for one year. At the time I bought the J Miller .... ........ .... .. ........ ..... .... 11Thos
*ut delay. It is Just possible that day. The entire upper river, from river they love and to preserve its Port Balm I was unable to walk. I can IDIMabbette .'.. .. .. ........ ...... .. .. ..... .... .. '15
gentleman will favor policy of ritusville to Eau Gallie, is inter. raters from the grasp of a monopoly truthfully say that Pain Balm has completely McNulty ... .... .... .... .... ........ .... .... .. SO
eompromise in future litigation sted in this question ; and we have signed their declarationof cured me. B. H. FAKR, Holy- \V BrockEevela .... ..... ........... .." "".... ... .. .. -,,,
H "'a1ateiD .... .... .... .... ........ .... .. .. ... .. .. so
whenever his those who asked to with the same
the be
demand wood
against hope may independence Kan. Mr. A. B. Cox, the leading J S Watson' 4 Co .... .... .... ........ .... ........ ... .. ... IiO
company is a reasonable one. sign the petition will give it their spirit which inspired the heroes of druggist at Bolywood, vouches for the Sidne, 1 Wilb UJ' ... .... .... .. .... .... .... ......... ... 1$
Bailwaj companies, in the past, hearty support. the revolution. _.. j truth of the above statement lilt B. A. CIRCLE -
City Tax Collector.


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TilE EAST COAST ADVOCATE, FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1891. 0 .. ..,.L. f

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,j. Poultry -of Eiery Description. With a Refrigerator, Ice Cream Freezer, Cooler, Etc.,

OOcOOC i,.sn EGGS, FANCY STOCK. At the same time Protect You from Mosquitoes, with Screen Wire, green & galvanized ;, Windows Door Frames. Ifr !# 4 t.


F. T. BUDGE, Titusville, Fla.rows ) t!
by wire filled same day received. '
1 jrtte[ for particulars and prices. ,

P. 8. JOHNSTON, Manage* I of palms and thatched negro huts. LaGrange H. II. OLMSTEAD, ;

RJrmIdIIt Returned April 17th same: day.Called on American consul The Pioneer Dealer In INDIAN RIVER LUMBER i

[fRIP OF THE SCHOOHER ELLD, and on the 20th left Mataneas at 3 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Budge were out
f riding< r a. m. At 4 p. m. It looked like a storrr, ,
i L. A, Coleman received a fine lot t ,. > ,
so we decided to anchor at Key Petrc '
1,1qttl Extracts From Her Log. Light of beef cattle last week, and of course Eau Gallie. COI1lLP11NY: / j ,

\'..1a fe?.a left Titusville on Friday, April April 21st: Left the above light with a nice beef in market always follows Incorporated Feb. QStli 1891., I'k .'' '!"
{ I keep in Stock Choice variety of ,
,st 11:30 a. m., with the following fair wind. From 12 noon until 2 p. m. Mrs L. C. Oliver certainly enjoys her a

' 1IIj Blf I < Captain C. F. Fischer; physician, it was a dead calm. We anchored at nice horse and buggy. She and the little GROCERIES, HARDWARE, TITUSVILLE FLA.5 I .' ;'; ;'.\. :

JC. Hutchinson, of Trenton, N. J. ; Salt Key at 11 p. m. Here we found ones are out riding nearly every day. CROCKERY,TOILET ARTICLES, ETC ,\tl, ?: .

,mate, W. Y. Elliott, of Mnrfrees- large English man-of-war anchored, but Miss Daisy Dickinson, of Aurantia, And will Sell M Low as the Lowest. COMPLETE STOCK OF 1'' ': "}{f., ". "

>', Tenn.; 2nd mate, H. L. Yard, 01 we did not go on board. spent several days with Miss Janie Johnson Call and examine my Stock. 18 ': .'f'X i iz Y
House Boat and Skiff Lumber 'f
nton, N.A.; carpenter, F. McCabe, April 22nd: Went on shore for wood She also accompanied her to the ,. :

P 4 Trenton, N. J.; steward, C. J. Clune, and water, and found it a beautiful Island. May picnic. J. E. ENDER & CO., Brick Lime Cement Fire-Brick "

fY {irquette, Michigan; cook, Patrick! Left for the Bahama banks, the weather Jerome Feaster was out from Titus- Watohmahcox'Ann "

,1eiie, Florida; seamen, J. T. Sanden, being fine. ville a couple of days last week, sick. : Mouldings Lath and Shingles ': : f

if Titusville; and John Cameron, of At- April 23rd: Fine wind, so we came He doctored up and returned Thursday ,'

kinta, Ga., wind being northeast. After to an anchor at 730 p. m. at Billy Key. feeling quite like himself again. MAHUFACTDRISG JEWELERS, Brackets, Pickets, Turned Wore ; k ,
el}pleasant sail anchored off Mice Wind Titusville Fla. <. ,
we April 24th: blowing a gale from ,
has been Ord.or.oj'
\ Our enterprising cooper as Elousos: FraD1od.: to ,
.the the south at 3 Under at -
a. m. weigh
bee for the two weeks. K. HANSON
busy as a past Mannirer.
pril 4th: Sall up at 5:40 a. m., and 9 a. m. Anchored at 10 a. m. at Wl Repairing of Fine and Complicated --- -, '--'-'- ---' a,
It Is one continual pound in his shop, Watches; setting of Diamonds and other
off for The Pines where left Hams boats
were we Key. Nearly 100 sponge and the way he Is turning out honey Precious Stones. Professional Carcle.GEOKOK J. M. Sanders Co.
.: Hutchlnson's dog. Here we got came in to anchor with us because of barrels does one good to see. Alligator and Hog Tusks Carved and ,

und and were delayed for 30 mit I the wind. Mounted for cane-heads, brooches, etc. x. Honnixn. WALTER B. RBAIIAMTJ01JB1NS Dealers
.. Arrived at Jupiter Narrows atE' 6 April 25th: Provisions short and wind The 1st Sunday School of Indian River Shell Jewelry made. & GRAHAM

m., and anchored for the night I heavy. will hold their annual plcnio at Rocky In S. n. Ray s new building, opposite 1b DRY GOODSNOTIONS" ,
Point little north of the old Pace corner from Poxtoffloe. -
[April 5th: Under weigh at 6 a. m., to April 20th: Left at 530 a. m.; wind just a Prompt attention to all orders by mall ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,

> through the Narrows, and arrived at light For breakfast, boiled salt mullet, store Saturday. All who wish to have or otherwise. 21nov TrrvsvitLK:, Brevard Co., Florida CROCKERY,!
w social with their La- ..
plter at 9:30 a. m. The sea being too coffee' without sugar, bread without butter pleasant day P.O. Box,111IO.WIIII.rat'tlre. SADDLERY,

on the bar had to wait until and warm water to drink. Glorious Grange friends are cordially Invited to In all the eonntle of the seventh STATIONERY, ;
ivy we and their baskets. HODGES & GODFREY rinMilt and In the Supreme, Court.. Special| fcllltln ..
be 8th, when we crossed the bar at 1:30 diet! Anchored at Red Bay settlement come bring for Kxamlnln: and Perfecting l.anel FAMILY MEDICINES
Title.. ('""'"llOn<1I1D''' ntllrlted from Claim. GARDEN
m., the wind being now fair During at 6 p. m.April Manufacturers of ante and Heln to Spanish flranti.
Some of the Grand Army boys may
r stay at Jupiter we caught many fishd ] 27th: Left 'for Nicholas Town Money to Loan. 1 CIIOICK Gitocmtiics,
be Interested In the following from Yellow Pine Lumber HAY
several large sharks Off Lake with pilot, to go through the sand CORN, MAPEV FERTILIZERS,
Alex. B. Pope, A. D. C., Commander, OAULDEN '
orth we caught 12 large king fish, and Water very shallow. Arrived at 11 a. m. .
Dep't. Tenn. and Ga. He : "We Rounn DRESSED, '
une shot a flying fish. The wind frome Here wo took in provisions. Town i Is says Orange Doa Head, Ooooci, FJ.or1.da..
have had an epidemic of whooping ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
east increasing, we had to reef; bu composed of 1 store, nigger huts and a Fruit Vegetable Crates.Lnmber
cough here, (Stewart, Tenn.,) andChamberlaln's delivered at any part of Indian Riveron TITUBV1LUC FLA. s.
ade Fowey Rock Lighthouse at 11A sponge packing-house. Left for Nassau has through; bill of lading. Anyone ('ontemlla&- W. Rogers,
I Cough Remedy been InK bnlllln on the Kant('....t.would do well to
m., the distance made being about 00 at 230 m. Wind fair. Arrived at AS. T. BANDERS DEALER
p. the only medicine that has done write for iirlifn.. The Hawnilll In ultimted on the J IN CLOTHING,
iles., I 130 a. m.April any J.,T.& K.W. Ky.,9 mile.ninth I'aUtka. ,
"April Oth Left the lighthouse at <6 28th: Harbor Master came onboard good." There is no danger from whoop- ,' Bralnerd.A nt.1 i Cocoa,E. Billing j Eau Oallle Eugene ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Gents. Furnishing Goods, Shoes Hats,

m. (with a strong wind) after losing I In at 630: a. m. and the doctor at ing given.cough It, when completely this remedy controls Is freely.the Nights! Putnan CO.emo.pdBatauiua Fin. Jnillclal Will practice Circuit In of all Florida.the(Court of the seventh Caps Umbrellas, Tracks, Valises a

i anchor, and arrived at Miami at 12:30! 9 a. m. The British town of Nassau Is i avery aillca e. 60 cent bottles for sale by Dix P.O. Box,KV. Tmm\1tLK, FLA. FINE CIGARS, Etc. 4

iBhe ra. All went ashore to view the sight pretty and remarkably clean town, on &; Cray. 134t Altree's General Supply Store Money to Loan. 1 1 The only house In town making a specialty s

|n town. Found it composed of 3 houses well worth a visit. Large numbers of, of O ntll. Furnishing! Uoods.

111II ad 1 store. The shore seems lined with English soldiers are quartered here. All OFFICIAL STATEMENT I.the place to Sell Whit You 1>00'&Want and DR. M. D. L. DODSON, (fiff Drop In and examine my stock, and
Buy What You Do.HARDWARR .
! oCoanut trees. We saw also plenty ocoffee tropical fruits are to be had all the year (CONDENSED) compare prices. Cub customers com i .
Paints Oils Farming Implements mand consideration
every competitors
trees, limes' sapodlllas, etc. ![etharlle round "for a mere song." This Is i a Of the Condition of the INDIAN RIVER Builder. Material,Mmlcal Instruments, SPECIALIST IN OPERATIVE, SURGICAL claim to confer.
BANK, of Tim.,
Doctor, a Seminole Indian, will great sponge market. STATE Tltnnllle. FURNITURE and the New PROCESS VAPOR r
Call when convenient. First door
rat .
at the Cloee of May tit, 18U1.Ai
STOVE,which Ii death to all others & MECHANICAL DENTISTRY,
ils squaw and papooses. Soon found April 20th: Left at 630 a. m. Sighted furnished State Comptroller. south of ADVOOATK office. ::1:

10 that Charlie was quite jolly over ciderd Berry Island at 11 a. m. Passed several TmisviiJJC, FLOIUDA.'

90 Jamaica ginger. spongers at 5 p. m. near northwest BUOCBCII.
15 ,I April 10th: Left Miami at 6:30 a. m. channel, and secured green turtle and Loans and discounts...................V2t12.M DR. B. L. WILLS, ,.
Ifor Cocoanut Grove, owned by the Biscayne fish from them. Anchored at 7 p. mon Overdraft.............................. u.masn Dealer In
Banklng-houxfurnltur tndflxtare( 7,56106 PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
tS4S I Bay Yacht Club. Many of the club the Great Bahama Banks. Realeitate.............................. I.4M.74 ; Drags, Chemicals, Perfumery, Toilet
Btocki and bond ................ J.060.00Expenaei A graduate of the University of Tenn- .
(members come from New Jersey. Mr. April 30th: Away again at 4 SO a. m andtaxesprid................ WTJSBiRlit sylvania; and an experience of twenty Articles Fine Soaps Stationery
2Ar'0() (Monroe of this club has erected with a fair wind. Anchored at 5 mon exchange.............,,145,724.73 vy'' v. in offers his services to ,.
a pine- p. Cub on bjuuf.................. 11,341.00 years practice, JEWELRY, t '
3li apple canning factory; also a saw mill. the Banks, 5 miles from the townof the citizens of Titusville and vicinity SPECTACLES AHEWING

I Procured water and left for Elliott Key. Bimine. 137.0811.73 orncKi OVER j. w. ROGEns t co. MACHINES: .

.25 I Arrived at 4 p. mi; wind still fair. We May let: Went shell hunting, and all Lusamcs.Capital $181,1 7 JIll RUE P ELY Guns, Pistols, Sewing Machines and'

.0 [landed at the farm of Mr. Saunders, a got terribly sunburnt and few shells LA Machinery Repaired. Watches; Clock
stock paid in...................tJBMO.M
,75p) (gentleman from Key West This key II Returned to the yacht at 1 p. m. Saw a tarplui.................................. 1,000.00 a .b; .. JUSTICE: OF THE PEACE 17rn DI8T and Jewelry a Specialty.
Undivided profit....................... 5,70757
15 heavily wooded and very rocky, as are shark trying to make meal off a turtle. Dividend unpaid...................... S1J.OO Notary Fnbllo for the Bute at Larfe. School Books and School Supplies.Subscriptions .
75 'most of the keys. It is surprising how Succeeded in capturing both. Set sal! Proll&and lose.......................... H'.2ft Contractor and Builder of over 10 years' tip* taken at publisher price
ludivldualdepaits..137,12195Certinoatee lence. Natural finish a Specialty. for Newspapers, Books, Magazines, etc.
:B'0 ( things do grow here. Drinking water For Jupiter at 5 p. m. I of depoelts................ SOO.OOfin.tST.3t MELBOURNETLA.'lici.m Prescription carefully compounded at

15 'i has ,to be brought here from the shore, May 2nd: Sighted Jupiter Lighthouse any time, day or night. '; 1.

:3a t a distance of 10 miles. Caught two tur- at 1030 a. m. Crossed the bar and got I,Wm.)I.Brown,eaihler of the above-named =:---=, 'WV ; :J1"U.'toh.,
[bot and several gro pers. Left Elliott Fast on a sand bank; so we had to wall bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement Druas
.::3 ti true to tie beat of my knowledge: and Rear what the peopleay alxmt this itov< DX'ayman. ,
|Key at 11 a. m. with the tide, en route for the tide. Mllef. 1
;0 WM. If. BBOWX, Ceahler. Mr. AltreeI Dear" -We cheerfully tMtlfy to naullng done at reasonable rates.
::0 f for Key West May 3rd: We floated at 1 a. m. Passed the admirable quallUee of the Mew rraoeeeUaeollne tends all departing, and meets all arrlv Patent Medicines
Subscribed and sworn to before me,this Tth 8&0W.. have had one over lU .
:0: We saw numerous tarpon jumping.The Jupiter at 9 a. m.; arrived at St Lucie of Halm. menthe,and cannot point to a ilnrle fault. tog trains.Orden '
'3 [ bottom of the sea here is visible it 430 p. m. Jay D.L. TitavUU L O.a K." IIcrira.-,. left with O. B. Rumph oral:i
:15 6iZotvj ftbllo. ,Mays, ISM ADVOCATE office will receive prompt Elegant Perfumery and Met irtlcles
[and beautiful with shells sponges and May 4th: Provisions and water short;; Correct atteet
.0 I find a Teat aavlnr of I..lluelll the New attention.
[flab. Arrived at Newport at 5 p. m. left St Lucie at S a. m., and arrived al Jams PSIre.A.D.W.LTxas0uuY' ) Proieee over the old. It keepe me In a perpetual Kept constantly on hand at ,

0d 5o I Here we met Commodore Hughes, of the Indian River Narrows at 11 a. m., and IS W. B.BABXRT. ,)] Director itate of wonder and delight.Mrs.kidney Wilbur.. I ..4. I roeohor,

I ntusville at 1030 __ TlHuvllle, May IUa, "1. '
;yacht Tarpon. p. m. m I TITUSVILLE!, FLA., J.:. B. Screven'sDRUG
8 t April 12th: Left Newport 4:40 a. m. Thus ended a most successful trip of Hotlce. I am delighted with the Hew ProoeM Vapor Keeps a fan supply of Metnio and
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5 Btove. It more than I expected.
5 ; with light east wind. Passed Alligator ,500 miles, during which time we never In the Circuit'Court for the 7th Judicial MrLLL: W"* Wooden STORE.

5 .'LIght at 8:10 a. m. and arrived at Key had ft bead wind; but passed through Circuit of Florida, in and for Brevard TltuaYl11e,Via.May IUa, 159t. 11 Coffins, Cases and Casket

5o ; West at 830 p. m. two storms without an accident county, A. D. 189J. In Chancery.CMABLCS Funerals attended If desired. All orders Also the latest Newspapers, Period,

0S 0S April 13th: We found the U.'S. squadron The water-glass enabled us to continually v A.*. Bum)I Bill.for Divorce.Latnu EDENPINEAPPLE rates.promptly Embalming executed,done.and at reasonable SAX. cals, etc. 1

coaling here. Key West is very pretty see changing panorama of beautiful Bum. )
from the water but the shells ferns and Ash while we .T 7BXBXAS U appear by the bill of com- FOR
0S( quite reverse mosses YV plalnant. Bled In the above entitled : 33. Hnr 'rill eli,
on shore. were sailing over the banks. eauae. sworn to by complainant; and that the
S April 14th and 15th: Wind too lightto aid defendant.&. Lure Smith reeldee without BRICKLAYER & PLASTERER Wines Spirits
the State of Florida,and that she U over the .
S sail; but on the 16th we left for Mat- In almost every neighborhood ace and that the plaoe of ,
throughout the west there fa some one the resldena of defendant U unknown,and that Fla.
t.lLU8-10 a. m. all sail At dusk Titusyille,
S ; up. laid bill U Wed for the purpose of procuring a
) wind became very high; reefed all sails. or more persons whose lives have beentaved decree of divorce between the complainant and Work contracted for on any part of :Beers
defendant. It Ia. therefore, ordered that the PLANTATION.
At 11 p. m. lowered foresail and jib, put by Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera laid defendant. Laura Bmith, do appear: and Indian River 8 ,
and Diarrhoea or who have answer laid bill at the clerk'oID .-
1 3 reefs In mainsail and 1 in staysail; foura. been cured of chronic diarrhoea by It vtlle Brevard county,Florida, OB more th CIGARS ETO

m. heavy rains; 11 a. m. sighted lighthouse inch persons take especial pleasure In *th day anlmt of Jane.laid A.defendant D.ISM., oonfeeeed.It or aid bill will. betaken T. EJ. oh.ArCl.Jl! Jno McAllister, ,

and at 12 noon, Cuba. In the recommendIng the remedy to others. I* further ordered that the notice of this OF THE FINEST QUALITY: ,
) afternoon wind and sea moderated so The praise that follows its introduction order.. published weekly: for the specs of Eden, Indian RITE, florida.N".A. ;
and makes it popular. 25 and the Ear Cuss AJJVOCATB a new l Contractor for 00 TO
) we arrived Matanzas at 5 p. m. At 60 cent bottles very for sale by Dixon A r.9rlda. M In TituivUle,", S

6:30 p. m. health officer boarded. Too Gray. J3e4t Ordered at Chamber, .. DcLand. *la., this Artesian Wells Losley & Renaker.
JJ JJ tired to go ashore. On entering harborwe JKh day of February,A.D.MBir NEWSPAPERSnbscription l t Ii t ', ,,
JOB D. BaooMB.Jmdre
Pictures 4 for Octs.. at Woodward'int ; Families Supplied.
1I were saluted by several America of the Circuit Court, JUt Judicial Circuit
I Titnsville. Picture of ft whole of rtorlda. Agency* j' ) Eau Oallle, Fla
vensels. I certify that the foregoing a true of
copy pd-Omo
I family for SOcU. Also fine collection of the order of publication made In this eaaeTluuvUle / Market.
and Meat t
17th AD shore. Streets Titusyille
II April : on
Florida views for sale. 8tt ,Tla,March ted, 1ML ,
I sidewalks of Matanzas are. very narrow, A...BTBWaJrr,Clerk .
I and the windows and doors of the houses PERFECTEDCRYSTAllEISES Solicitor complainant.. maths Pioneer Agenoy. W. ,, -

extend almost to the roof. These are Dealer In AU .J.DI or
protected by iron bars and gratings. Sj= For terms and sample copies addressa -

Matanzas has a beautiful harbor. The Iblatlty em.rues sum let alnyr. n. NAUMAN, General Merchandise Fresh and Salt Heats, Eggs,.

town, U located In a valley, and Is surrounded '- i Uiii TmrBTim, Brevard county, Fla. .

by mountains. DRY GOODS, Oysters, Flsn, Fruit 4 yegetlbles, ,
April 18th: Started for Havana 10:30 s:. j14t IMI { VlI1C4IOJr.CASU .

a. m. and arrived at 1230p.m. House g NOTIONS,
about the at but = 1 j 'Q FOR POULTRY, EGGS, .YEQ..
same as Matanaas; TI.$0i3 STATIONERY, ,
ETC. !
some of the streets are much wider and 1 TABLES,

well shaded. In the afternoon we at- 611 ur4. ;11 Choice Groceries, 19 K. J. DAVIS, Manager

tended bull fight, and witnessed the 6 :5isII C'4t4baa.' + ,ttu.1'.1. BUMS, FI \. 5 ,

torture cruelty and death of 0 bulls and $, k GR .osIo.t

one hone, as well as one that was badly J. E. ENDER & CO. .. t Notice. THE ADyOCATE.:

injured. (Bull fights are not allowed to Have exclusive sale of these celebrated 1 siao ,. i r rj Town Warrant Lost-Notice Is hereby
take place on the British Islands, whichare lasses In Titusville.FAtXKlTEB. q sd riven that I have lost warrant No. 201
t town of Titu Job Printing DepartmentIs
not many miles away from Cuba.) : for 1100, Issued by the
KELLAX MOORS vllle to favor; and that payment
We went to Havana on the steam rail J c and thai J
The only Manufacturing Opticians in i .. the same has been stopped;
Your Wcrl.KJ
way. The ride was a pleasant one, going the South, Atlanta, Ga. Peddlers are 4 ,! i ; applied for the issuance of a dupil"te Ready (to do .

as we did through sugar plantations, tot supplied with these goods. ebOmo 5a1J .-. Robert A. J1&rdH. 1I.3t



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THEJ50ERS.J The biggest All of Feather all really powerful When So Many People'

11 flying' birds are, I believe, tho wandering

The Descendants of Dutch Set- albatross and the South American'

tlers in South Africa. condor-for the roc I reject outright M Are taking and praising Hood's Sarsaparilla: ,

worthy only of the most restricted their Spring Medicine, having become convinced

Arabian and nocturnal ornithology. that it is far the best the question arises
by ,
Their Methods of Government )J:
HACIHE.WIS. Seen on the wing, or even with tho \ J.

and Principal Occupation. wings expanded merely, both these '
\ Why Don't You ,
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great existing birds have a most ma- \'".

Tho Doers, writes a correspondent of jostle and colossal appearance. But It yourself. Possessing just those btood" } .*I/t.}', '

the Atlanta Constitution, are composed feathers in such 'deceptive '
cases are Tory
mostly of the descendants' of the ancient ; they make fine birds out of purifying, building-up, appetite-giving qualities' r,
Dutch settlers with which are so important in .4 i\:
are very small bodies. For example, our ... "
mingled the French llngnenots. well-known little English swift, \- .Vs.
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Tho Boer rule is confined exclusively which looks so imposing In flight A Spring: Medicine '" ;X'i i i

LOG, LUMBERYARD a GnYTRUCKS Orange Free to the State Transvaal and as it passes overhead with pfniont It is certainly worthy a trial A single"'bottlef'itaken
SPRING WAGO/VS.'ALLSTYLES. two separate poised is hardly as big whey h_ (
republics. They are only, how plucked as a man's top thumb joint, according to directions will convince you

PATRfdt ever, republics in name, an they pos and weighs only half an ounce. So, of the merit in, and make you a warm friend ot'; i>

NUaaINe LADIES CHAISE.PArt"t sess none of the free, liberal and democratic too, the albatross, though its expanseof this popular medicine. Be sure ,to getHood's

principles convoyed by tho wing is said to ,exceed that of any

.,tNAUa 611AN[ word republic in the American sense. other known bird, amounting some
They are, in fact, dictatorships. Tho times to nearly ten feet from tip to r

FISH BR9S WAG!N GB- present president of the Transvaal Is tip, does net average in weight more )old aD4ranIIt& 'li lfor ts. Prepared, Sold by.narnttbta 'l| HforlV: ITapatwloBlrIff .
Paul Krueger, that of the Orange Free than fifteen pounds, which is just exactly by 0.1 ROOD a co..Apotheerlee,Lowall.JU-. I G.1.HOOD a CO, Apothecaries,towel Ma*

/AC//VEW/S./ Slate, John Reitz. There is a house the poulterer's statement for my 100 00808 One Dollar__ OO Doses One Dollar,

of representatives,' called VolksraaJ, )last family,Christmas turkey. As for I ... c

making a specialty this season of what chosen by the people, but tho system the condor, while ho spans from wingto 1 S EN

mw.. can our PARAGON HARNESS. <* &:t Of voting is bad, and the members who wing some eight feet, his length t

Made,of the FINEST| STOCK and the very aro returned are generally nominees from beak to tall is only three and a

BEST WORKMANSHIP. Such a harness. & of tho government.Their half and I doubt if he would pluck ,

cannot be bought for I lase than $25. courts of justice are generally into anything corresponding to his

at retail. But we are willing, ..!' a,farce. The man with tho longest magnificent outer show-though I am :

In order to Introduce It, to \\ purse, and who dips into it far bound to admit that I have never personally
SELL ONE SET ONLY O. #-\1:;'' enough, wins the case Indopendent of t
.".f> .<'6 ;.dC tried the unpleasant experI. ; I .
$ j
to one person al a b ; ++" right and justice. During the English ment.-[Cornhlll Magazine. I -' :

ample for *. ," : occupation the trial by Jury was I wrI I
(, ;Pcc : ..' .
$16.50 "v... o adopted, but a Door jury is more difficult Struck By a headless Rattlesnake.
: $ I ,
0 ,, <\; ,, > ." to bribe, and if the case Is between Proto Brewer of Yale recently told \

v..; o ; ; f1';: a foreigner and a Doer the a. good snake: story. Years ago he '& I

& ( former has no chance. A case iu was in California' and had his tripod n! ,
.; c.) obi" (V' ...1-' ...."" .; r' .. i"o<. """ point is that of Captain Campbellwhowas and other surveyor's instruments in b .,d '
6.' ,. #-"'.'. : : \r ,,. brutally_ murdered by being the field. 'Stopping along in the
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? "' 'to'.'",.<>:iP' ':,.M.f'o\ "' :; o., .xV"NJ driven at night into tho Vaal river, bushes he felt a movement under his the Vk ,

A "' "" ..\ ;;"' ;"'eo<> .b 4'-41\. : <>'f. V'1#":. ? then shot as described by Rider Haggard feet, and found'that he was standing \\y. :
V 4'rP i iP'IeP+.t t ll tf in "Jess," only poor Campbelldid on a four-and-a-half-foot rattlesnakea -

not escape Haggard's hero, John large, vlciom and fighting fellow.

Nell, did. The murderers were But the snake was so pinioned that ho Remember last winter's siege. Recall how trying !

THIS 18 ONE OF THE 40 8TYLEC WHICH WE MAKE brought to trial, but eleven out' of the could not,strike the thick boot that to health were the frequent changes of the weather. '

twelve jurymen were for acquittal l, held him fast. Prof. Brewer held '
.0 What was it that helped you win the fight with disease, .
o and finally tho villains were free. In tho rattler's head down with ? Did ,
'warded off pneumonia and possibly consumption
a another instance Ills and' cut it oft (
I i where an English tripod
.0 of officer was murdered, his head being Then ho cut off his rattles. Stepping you give due credit to SCOTT'S EMULSION of '

k or OImza chopped off with a blunt hatchet, for aside, ho saw the body of the snake, pure Norwegian Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphites of i
m a ;200 tho miscreant Doer got partly coiled, lying very still. Taking Lime and Soda ? Did you proclaim the victory ? Have .

a. >< Ga off with a sentence of two years' Imprisonment out his rule to measure its length, the you recommended this wonderful ally of health to your ,

s and :was pardoned after professor took hold of the serpent to friends? And what will you do this winter ? Use Scott's '' :.

straighten him out. Emulsion this time. It will the. 'I,
I(< III 1 only three months' incarceration.The as a preventive fortify

,0,< < I(< occupation of the Boers is mostly Quick as an electric shock," said system against Coughs, Colds, Consumption, Scrofula;<'* r*,

farming and ostrich raising. Tho Prof. Brewer, "that headless snake General Debility, and Anemic and Wasting Diseases
NATURAL WOOD FIMUH,OR PAIN rae, ostrich farms are, in some cases, very brought tho bloody stump over and (specially in Children). Palatable as Milk. ; ,

Built on Honor. Entirely different from Cheap Western extensive, as much as 800 morgen struck: a hard blow upon tho back of > SPECIAL.-Scott'. Emulsion Is non-secret,and it prescribed by the Medical Pro. ,'
Work. Live Dealers wanted. Territory given. .(1000 acres) in one farm being devotedto my hand." Ho added, "I knew that feuion all over the world because iu ingredinntsare.clentlaen117 combined la such.
manner as to greatly increase their remedial value. :"'', '.
that pur toso. Ostriches are raised his head was off, and that he could CAUTION.-Scott'i Emulsion put up In salmon-colored wrappers.. Be rare and ,'. '
KI I N QMA, STURTEVANT & j,A R R A B E= E only for their feathers, as the flesh of not poison mo, but that quick and pet bold the by genuine all Druggists Prepared only' by Scott&Bowne,Manufacturing Chemist.NewYork._ ": .,

---- the bird is considered eating. hard blow of the rattler made my hair '
The eggs are :fine, but as each bird lays stand on end." Es Life' Worth Living ? .

% FOR_ FULL CATALOGUES., BINGHAMTON, N._Y. only a few, they are generally used for I'rof.'Vlllister, standing by, said: .
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I have on two or three occasions seen

WE ARE IN THE, LEADFOR hatching The feathers purposes.of the tame birds, owing similar sudden blows by headless rat. No..Not if Your Bowels are Out of Order'. .'.

tlesnakes.1*-[Norwich Bulletin., .. -. ,
to constant plucking, are not nearly -
so valvable as those of i the wild
,THE MOST FOR THE MONET IS OUR MOTTO. birds. The wild ostrich inhabits "Sol's Clock" in Flowers. ,
'The most recent Rider Ytcow
horologlcal achievement ,
mostly, the barren and sandy deserts.
BEST ONE OF in landscape gardening is that of '" :' .
They g of the florists in ,'. 'tr 7
one charge of the
anything they can pick up-seeds, ,,', ,,:,"
flora of the ubllo In .
; parks Chicago '
AND LOQUESWORKMAN grass, stouoslnmps of iron ore, brass, '

leather, etc A flock of ostriches III.The flower bed 'is laid out on the WILL FIX YOU ALL RICHT. .: ;
when leon at a distance by a: traveler points of the compass in the form of a

SHIP LUSTRATESWINS. presents tho appearancd of a band of huge semicircle, and foliage and flowers Cures Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Cramps. Summer Complaintand

horsemen scouring the country. The are grown in it in such 'n" manneras all Stomach Troubles of Man, Woman or Child.

OUR LINE. ostrich In its wild state is quite as to render it a perfect sun dial, or, Take. lubatllate. Ie.... .. equal. Your dmcclit.r merebaat will order It far y...

SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS RECEIVE BEST ATTENTION. tall as a man' on horseback, and can as tho classical inventor expresses it,

A: SAMPLE JOB WILL CONVINCE YOU THAT OUR run faster: than tho fleetest horse. Sol's clock." A slab of stone of J $

WORK K THE WORK TO BUY. Whim they run their wings keep workIng proper shape is set in tho centre of the 'August ti '

like two sails, and if ho went in a dial and casts the shadow by which tho $ i' "iitikil LzOo$3'S .

BRIDGEWATER CARRIAGE CO.BO.A.NOxm straight tillS ho would soon be,out of time is read. O
sight,but he U so foolish as to keep The idea is not strictly a novel one. Flower"

: 'PRACu going from side to side. The hunter, Sun ,dials composed of growing flowers .?:' X2.00t

--- -- in tho meantime, pushes straight on, and foliage have ,been made in '" I have been afflict- .,,. e

and when his horse. la 'exhausted, Europe, and it ii not improbable that Biliousness, "ed with biliousness .

another hunter 'takes up the Jchase in tho days of the greatest popularity and constipation
and so on, allowing the poor bird no of these time-pieces floral ones were Constipation, for fifteen years .

rest, which sometime in a fit of despair of frequent occurrence.-[Jewellers' Stomach feat one' and then sENI" SSA,

hides his Load In the sand and Weekly.., another, prepara-
Pains. tion was suggested J
thus allows himself to be captured. :
Td[ Wood for Ylollas. "tome and tried but
Another method adopted by tho hunteris N
P "to At last friend
When the old Pierce 'building ot no purpose. a
EaSlt to disguise himself in the skin of
r Boston Mass., which had stood for recommended August Flower. I W. L. DOUGLASS
a ono of these birds, and, armed with "took it according to directions and !
I corn than 200 years, was torn down SHOE CENf&lniN.
his bow aud polsonod'arrow., stalk its effects were wonderful, reliev-
-.. six or seven years ago, several violin of those 55.OOGe..tae Ha."-", ,,.", u _.... and
+ fli KEPT about the plain imitating the gait and "ing me disagreeable .which command llaelt.J .
BY STORES sNEARS ernvstINSlst makers got a lot of spruce joists out of stomach pains which I had been .00 II and-ae we* Welt. A.e.c itbhaYeW.d
motion of the bird until,getting within atria and durability.
tEN Use .. it to make violin tops. Most people "troubled with so long. Words '4.3O u vocur Welt to the lUadard An*
sends Bo. .
ho forth hi death-dealing prto*
l YOUR '' Y range, think violins are made from some "cannot describe the admiration f 4.30 r.l1ce..a'.l8k.e.. f"y nliliM*
TORETTING EKEEPE arrow. Ther.are from six to seven queer and costly foreign wood. They "in which I hold your' August Box210s: each of the I i3' .- taw
THEM 0 large feathers in wing Flower-it has jriven me a new tL.oayk. -
not. The is made of oM u tUa popular prtoaT
,. top spruce lease of life which before D...... k_ ....
; HOLYOKE MASS. ostrich valued at from $1 to 910 each, was a 2.38 far LUI-
FOR YOU. boards or timbers, and the strap, the partar*and promlaM to become.err popular.
burden. Such a medicine is ben-I falaaM
a Nho.f.r far
besides the tail feathers and the Dum.ber 2,00 Ladloa.and' '3
back and the scroll from curly maple. "efaction mala their.....n... for.&jla.ala,
the total humanity,and its good i I All.aoda wairulad.. _
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Tho essential, however, is that the "qualities and bo.H 84...rN.ea fo.I.t delatwpply"
value of the ostrich to the hunter factory aactoalii* adrarttaadapoataJforortaraUnlLx prior '"
wood shall have been seasoned for "wonderful mer- Jesse Barker,
about 150 to 1200. W.L.DOI1GU&. Brecks.a.Maas.WANTEDhh.e .
| "its
' a generations. Cheap violins are made should be dealer I. .yer,. ell'ud5.S.artoee.pirdI..kee.eI..iv.aae.ey
1 .i1I The Boers spend a great deal of from wood that has been seasoned "made known to Printer, All .......... ertt.e.. I.I.ealpaper. N...
e their tIme shooting and hunting. Few II everyone sufferHumboldt.. a.,1MaU'ak+ ..I....... ,
only four or five retr Good makers with
if sport yield the same amount of ing dyspep-
any want wood 100 old.- Pitta-
years [ "siaor biliousness Kansas.
"WANT A AGON ? pleasure and satisfaction as that of aa I
burg Dispatch.A G. CREEP Sole Man'frW
1 ; oodbury,::J.
I hunting, especially where tho game Is .
We uve wagons, buggies surreys. High grovel as light
and attended South
Jarge by danger. SMITH'S
Share la Jewel.
Strong durable, stylish, as beautifully finished as modernized a
manufacture can produce Built on honor by men of life Africa is Elysian fields of the bunted There Is a story told of a French '

experience. Honesty is our policy prompt shipment our i t elephants tigers, lions and "wilder"' savint who was shown, a priceless WORM OIL WORMS 'TH= p.Arl''T.PU' sREQJIREeADOITIOtf

specialty. We want to know you. Write us. Costs you beastsbesides an abundance of smaller jewel by a great duke. f.AAEQUALPARTOFOJL

nothing. May lead to business by and by. Send for our .. game always to be .found. "Thank you, my Lord Duke," said IS A SAFE AND SURE REMEDY. .CINOCOST1Cl $ r 25

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REV. : ter toy lips shun otter in this cbnroi'their onl*. 'My friend '4s not nab the blonder-. i SCIE.TTlfiO SCUAVS.. Pointers.

DRe TALMAGEv last message the* lips of atone will tell ol of tile chip carpenters In Noah's time, who %
> the Law and: the Sacrifice' and the Oopel. helped to build the ark. tnt did not ret intoIt. %, V ypoff : T

:: : This day I prewnt them to the church and God forbid that yon who hare been lie) A commUston\ has bcontappotntcd I in For oauwa. lay a little pounded ice on $ '
; ,. THE BROOKLYN VINE'S 8UN to all who shall KM upon Lh-m. Thnnvoo' generous la building this church should not the1 back of theneck.V .
., \ 'DAY SERMON. have my answer to the question "What get under its Influence "Com thou and England!: to inquire Into the effect of should

i. __ mean yon by these stones all thy house Into the arlt." Do yon think a coal dust In originating Lemons be kept' hung up In an
; But you cannot divert me from the ques- mania safe out of Christ? Not one day not or extending open work-basket or a bag made from a

: ., f: ", Satjert ''''.e New Tabernacle.Joshua ." tion of the text a. I first pnt it. I haTe Interpreted one hour not one minute not on* second. explosions in coat mines. not
these four memorial on my right Three or four years ago you remember a
'". hand but there are hundreds of stone in rail train broke down a bridge on the way to There is talk In Europe over a new Powdered a lam applied to a fever sore

'r these surrounding wall and underneath us, Albany. and after the catastrophe they wer \\ill prevent it from becoming very unsightly
"hnl. WM&MM"JIll bit theiti tto".1" In the foundations, and rising! above us in looking around among the timbers of the system of music notation, In which or noticeable.
Iv.. & the towers. The quarries of this and transatlantic crushed bridge and the faUen train and found twenty-seven characters tho

.1': The Jordan,lite the Mississippi,has btoffs countries at the relief crowbar and the conductor. He was dying, and had only represent Spots on door plates, door handles and 1
; .' on the one side and flats on the other. Here chisel contributed toward this structure strength to say one thing and that wa, seren notes of tho gamut In all tho on paint can bo cleaned by wiping off

jl 'i.aDd; there a Here and "What mean ye by them stones?" "Hoist the flag for the next train.* So thencome keys. with weak solution of ammonia end
?it .thai1IowdLpe Into iti It", .. only a You mean amour other things that they tons to-night, from the eternal word water. :
-littl over waMneepinDecemberas waded shall be an earthly residence for Christ voices of God, voice of angels,, voice of departed Experiments tend to show that the
t l/'f'- :through it, bo tin the month of AprU and Christ did not baTe much of a home when spirits, crying: "Lift the warning. eJges of tho flame of Keep silver and nickel ornaments snd
He here. Who and Is that child Blow the Give a petroleum
*vtf May, toe snow*on Mount Lebanon thaw and was where trumpet. the alarm. Hoist mounts bright by rubbing with woolen
I' .' '. How down into the valley and then the Jordan crying? It is Jesus, born in an outhouse. the flag for the next train.* lamp glvo from thirty-seven to thirty- cloths saturated with spirits of ammonia.
Where I that bard It Jesus, Oh, that Lord Jesus would ONE
,'< breathing Is to-night my BNJOYBt
: overflow* it* bank.. Then it Is wide,
'. this asleep on a rock. Who is that in the back sweep His arm around the great audience and eight per cent. less light than the Hat Mirror which are fiy-spcckcd' should
deep,ragtngandimpetuous. At season '
.: at the year 1 bear the tramp of forty thousand part of a fUhtng smack, with a sailor's take you all to His holy heart. You will urfaco. be first cashed off in cold water and then the method and Itt rwha ,
armed rough overcoat thrown over Him? It Is never see no good a time for personal consecration of Figs is taken t '
men coming down to cross the polished with a chamois skin dipped in u'
>.- river. You .ay why do they not go upne.rertheiieedtheriverattheold Jesus the worn oat voyager. O, Jesus I I* as now. "What mean ye by theee A very artistic effect has boon obtained alcohol. and refreshing to the taste, and act V
it not time that Thou hadet house? We i stones We from
camel I a mean your redemption _ _
ford? AhImyfrIenduilbecauaeitianotfe I fire Thee this. Thou didst give it to us i sin and death and hell by the power of an by India rubber panels or gently yet promptly on the KJdneji,

to go around when the Lord tell. us to first, but we give it back to Thee. It is too i &uulpotent gowpel reneors, which are TOry ,beautiful in system MALAIIU br Brown's cured and Iron erartkMtod Hitter*, which from the BOo Livr and Dwels. cteanes the tyt-

&'ahead.. Tbe Israelite had been going good for is, but not half gqod enough for I Well, the Brooklyn Tabernacle li erected color and admit of rich,,the blood tones the nerves, aids dlgetlon. *-i tern ls cold, headaches ., '
around forty year, aad they had enough of Thee. Oh I coma in and take the best seat I' again. We came here to-nl ;ht not to dedicate easy cleaning with Act like a charm on persons In general and fevers and
it. 1 do not know bow It is with you, my here. Walk up and down all these aisle*. it. That was done this morning. Tonight loap and water.It 111 health,giving new energy and slrengib cures tabitua' ,.
brethren, but I have alway. got into trouble Speak through these organ pipe. Throw we dedicate oursejve In the Episcopal constipation. Syrup of Fig. j V

when I went around, but alwa,.. got into thine arm over us in these arches. In the and Methodist courche they have. has recentv!# li_._w_.n.. u thntvn__ .. .. t1..t,..__ The mm total of Ignorance, eke Indolence only remedy of Its kind produced
'afety when I went ahead. flaming of these brackets ot flre speak to us, railing around the altar and the people come and dishonesty total dept avty., the taste and, '
There out tbe Jordan saving "I am the light of the world. 0 and kneel down at that railing and get the when cast and malleable Iron are used pleasing t a '
spreads a raring
torrent,much ot it mow water just comedown King f make this thine audience chamber. sacrament blowing. Well, my friends, it In the same structure a galvanic actionIs Catarrh ( act 'e ('aI''''' ceptable to the ltmach, prompt '.
from the mountain top; and I see some Here proclaim righteousness and make would take more than a night to gather you JhllLlTaJ applications; III they cannot reach its action and 4 Its
of the Israelite shivering at the idea ot treaties. W* clap our ban-is, we uncover in circles around this altar. Then ;Jnst bow set tip between thcmand the malleable the '"01"- tJalarrb wa blood or prepared only from tha most,
planKIng in and soldier to hi our heads w* lift our ensigns, w* cry with where yon are for the blessing. Aged men, iron constitutional disease, and In order to cure It efect
one says *com Is corroded. Its
have to take and agreeable
Internal .
von remedies. Hall's
radeJoseph swim And another multitudinous acclamation until the placerUgs this is the last church that you will ever lubto
you and the heavens listen "0 ) live dedicate. the God who comforted Ivrbl'1tre if taken lnt.rn.lly.and acts directly excellent It
*ay: ; "If we get across the stream we will Virus taken from hares is being experimented on the blood' and mucous ollrt."e. Uall'.ta. many quaJLle.
get there with wet clothes and with damaged foreverl" Jacob the Patriarch and Paul the aged, tarrhenrols no quack nlNtll'lne. It wu1">. aud it the\ mostlOpU1A
..-.or. and the Uanaanites will slash us to Is it not time that He who was born In aatranger' make tail house to yon the gate of heaven; with in Franco and thus fcribed bv one of the best physicians In this Inde V V 4
pieces with their sword before we get up the house and burle in a stranger's: and when, In your old days, you put on your far it has been Country for yean, and Is a regular prowripItls ? remedy kow.
other bank." But it is l no time to halt. The grave should have an earthly house Come spectacles to read the hymn or the Scripture found to work equally """, composed. of the bust tonics. known, Syrup of tale I'IO "
great host marches on. : in, 0 Jesus 1 not the corpse of a burled Christ, lesson, may you get preparation for that well for tho purposes of vaccination as combIned directly on with the the tnneous best> blond surfaces.\lurtn.The.... acting and by all leading d !.. ,
but radiant .trumphant Jesus, conqueror land where shall no more aee througha perfect 1 btte .
The priest carrying the ark ahead, the you combination' of the two l '
go virus takcnfrom calves.. Inlfl'Ulnu I. what gists. druggist h': {
people follow. I hear the tramp ot the great of earth and heaven and hell. glass darkly. May the warm sunshine of ; 81t'h wonderful rlablo w10 ,
multitude. The priest haTe now come within He II....,all f'err to HIs name. heaven thaw the snow off your forehead! Slow th I'u. for' "ul.ln. curlnKt may not, have hand will pr 3 V
a stone' throw of the water. Yet still He lives, ray Je.o.. still tee sans Men in middle lifedo you know that this Is : speed for streetcar eleclrlom9tol'll. IdF. J. Cuzasy 'O.t Irp.Toledo, 0 it promptly for 'on*' _. \
Oh. the tweet Joy this sntcae gl<- the place where are going to get cur any
you your
there is no abatement the flood. Now they i admitting of single reduction drll anjfsubstitute. \ V
wishes to Do not
I know" that my Redeemer Uvss.Blessed fatigues rested and your sorrows appeased try it at :'
have come within four five feet ot V
or V
stream; bat there is no abatement of the be HI glorious name forever and yoar lOull..ved' Do you know that at gear, is the line upon which the most NciivcUuTonKti.FITS Mopped free No hy Flta lVI after Kuan's ORIAT,'. "
flood Bad prospect I It seems as if these Again, if any one ask the question of the this altar your sons and daughters wilt take recent development in the electric railway Treatise' 11d" : t.
Israelites that crossed the desert are now going text, "What mean ye by these stones the upon themselves the vows ot the Christian, nf.t *lr. 11'. IlI'M. \l Arch HU P*,. CALFRNIA FII SrRUl Co .
to bedrowned in Bight of Canaan. But reply Is we mean the communion of saints. and from this place you will carry out, some Industry has been made. ,'.'
Forward f! II the cry. The command ring Do you know that there is not a single denomination of you, your: precious dead Between this niccBAu's FILM cur BilIous and Nervous IOU/SVL. ot Christians in and this Professor Sylvester tho well-known V
aU along the Hoe of the host. "Forward 1""New Brooklyn that baptismal font communion table you 1,
has not contributed something toward the will have some of the tenderest of life's experiences.
the have
priests come withla ODe step mathematician has mathematically babies
There lA-month-oM In
proved are a couple of
of this house And if God bless old and and
of the river' his time they lift their feet building ever, standing you. young Missouri who sing "Annlo noone,."
from the solid ground and pot them down in this place, there shall be a maa who middle aged. The money you: have given to for tho first time that tho quad
shall try by anything he says to stir bitterness this church to-day will be, I hope, the best Portable >
into the raging stream. No sooner are their up rature or "squaring of Ibo circle is Hay Presses too. Alrl for circular -
feet there than. Jordan flies. between different denominations of financial investment you have ever made. U B.Curios. Itiensl, ;\o"
,On the sight hand God pile tip a great Christians may his tongue falter and hi* Your worldly Investments may depend upon impossible. This has long boon believed -
mountain of floods on the left the water cheek blanch. and his heart stop My the whims of the money market, or the hon Don't expect a home In ne.vennle..your
flows off toward the;sea. The great river for friends, it there is any church on earth esty of baiines associates, but the money but never demonstrated. hour halt and The back where there a mingling ot all denominations you have given to the house of the Lord shall
rears. waters, It has been
not being able to flow over the passing Israelites It is our church. I ;just wish that John yield you large percentage, and declare eternal concluded that whatever aoW"lron Bitters eurei Ma
,. pile wave on wave until perhaps a Calvin and Arminius if they were not too dividends long after the noonday sun preservative )Is to bo applied: tho timber laria aide., ..ami General ,
,sea bird would find In busy, would com. out on the battlement shall have gone out like a spark from Ulge.UoDtonN the n.rv.-
some difficulty scaling ,
,the water cliff. Now the priests and all the and__ smitten anvil and all the stars are dead. for piles, subjected to the action create appl'b. l. for Nursing IJ

':people have gone over on dry land. The Sometimes in our prayer meetings I have of lea worm""*. should first bo charred, M.wl ald
,water on the left hand side by this time has heard brethren 11\I8 the. phrases of a beautiful Nothing keens the stingy man froni I
I The Zanl Game of the Kicked Stick.
reached the sea; and BOW that the miraculous liturgy and we know where they come from; so as to kill any germs near tho surface l Int the risk of the thing.I .Ieallnl '
passage has been made stand back and lad in th. same nraver J ramtinra I hays All IS now ready; each rider has bit the
open pores of the wood for
this God heard br ibna- d audible ejaculation."Amenr : I"sffllcted with sore eyes use Dr. luaao Tlmmntun's \V
stupendous pile of water leap. favorite tide old rides
takes HI band from that walls of floods,and "Praise y* the Lord and we did an priest tho antiseptic and destroy tho nutritive !v.wAlrl'.lrullll.le.1 At|"" i.ttIe.'Ith. .
like hundred not have to guess twice where they came vance and sprinkles sacred meal over the
& cataract tbuy plunge and
roar. In thunderous triumph to the sea. from. When a man knocks at our church course, the starters kick the sticks and matter upon which tho worm 't M' I

How are they to celebrate this passage! door, if he comes from a sect where they the wildest excitement prevails. At lives while beginning its action. ..' '.'L '
will not give him a certificate, we : 5 it1J4I Jt-
,Shall it be with music I suppose the trumpet each racer left his home he into hit '
Com in confession ot faith. While put The % # .
question of in the
and all a change
out before'this.
cymbal were worn position '
i' 1'Ail'
Adoniram Judson the and John mouth two shell beads tho he Jr > .
Shall It be with banners waving? Oh. Baptist, one dropsas of tho earth's .4Fh11y'K I
John axis has led to
the the
Wesley MethodisVand Knox. sacrifice he starts the other when
BO; they are all faded and torn. Joshua a as I
oriesout, .'1 will toll you how to celebrate glorious old Scotch Presbyterian, are shaking he has covered about one-half the course. somo special refinements in tho methodof A DIAMOND STUB of really good quality Is a"rOHIlu..lment
hands In heaven all churches earth
itni. *-build a monument here to corameraoirate on I 'fh..r vtrr fewerticles'
afford to into close communication The stick is tossed rather than kicked ; observing astronomical latitudes
'. the event," and every priest put a can come I nearly what ISou
!heavy stone on his shoulder and marches out : "On Lord, one faith one baptism." and a good racer will toss it from eighty i and expeditions are about being fitted t, a. a diamond well bought. Every - brethren, have had enough of Big dressed l.nt"nl.1 I I. supposed to h.T
and drops that stone in the divinely appointed to one hundred feet. Over the heads of but on.
Bethel fights-the Fourteenth New York out in Uiflcrcnt countries deterr.d pat'l. V
place. I see the pile in for the pur. iln well
crowing regiment fighting the Fifteenth Massachusetts -I the runners it goes and falls beyond the to inspect our .Iok. .
,height in breadth in significance; and, In of making a. series of latitude ob ourinducements-ths .01.' the better AUwajsulail
after years, men went by that spot and saw' regiment Now let all those who are first man. lie simply points'to Where it tn show lod. J. 1'. Btevenfc.* .
,thl monument, and cried out one to another, for Christ and stand on the same side go lights and runs on. The next man tries servations. Tho scientists from this Urn..47 Whitehal Bond for V
shoulder this V
Jn fulfillment of the prophecy of the text to shoulder.and church Instead to kick it but should he fail to DtlOue.
'"What meant of having a sprinkling the divine blessing, get country will go to tho Hawaiian V ;|
these stones
by .
ye go clear under the wave In one glorious im- under it he goes on and the next man 1ffl --- ----
Slewed Islands.
ba QodVHe did not leave our church
In the wilderness W*have been wandering mertlon in the name of the Father and of the takes it. The nice is not to the swift T :: 'r'l'

about for a year And a half worshiping in Son and ot the Holy Ghost.I alone although this has much to do withit. A patent has been taken out for a
saw' a little child once, in its dying hour
,the Academy of Music, Brooklyn, ana the put one arm around its father's neck and the The stick can in no cue be touched process for utilizing the resinous mat KING'V
Academy of Music, New York. And
.. we would never reach the promised somethought other arm around Its mother's neck and with anything but the foot, and should ter present in the needlelike loaves in Copyright,JSW ,.
land.: Borne said we bad better take this bring them close down to its dying Up and it fall into a cactus bush a prairie-dog OF ALL
give a last kiss Oh, I said, those two persons the order of, Pinus. 'By extraction
route and other that. Some said we had hole or an arroyo, much valuable time i. COUGH CURES
will stand to each other al-!
better go back, and som said there were ways after such very an interlocking. The dyIng lost in getting it out. Not infrequently with alkali, a resin soap is formed, ;
ions of Anak in the that would eat us favorite
up, and before the smoke way had cleared away Christ put one arm around this deuomlna I it happens that one side will be several from which the woody fibre can be fad, centers in .8Mon' fascinating DOCTORACIER'S
tlon of Christians and the other ,
from the sky'after our tabernacle had been that denomination, of Christians arm, and around He miles in advance of the other when the removed, and which, on the addition game-lawn

consumed people stood on the very site of brings them down to His lip. while lie stick falls into some unnoticed hole.,The of fat and tennis
the place and said: "This church will' never completion of the saponifl.cation But there are women who cannot
give them this parting kiss: "My peace :I wild and frenzied :yelling which takes ,.
again be built" We came down to the bank leave with My 1 give unto ., .violds an ordinary nnn.. _nn._.. I engage in any They are I
of Jordan; w looked off upon the waters. you. peace you. place as those who were behind come UD 0"a', pastime.

Some of the sympathy that wa' expressed How swift tbs hcsrealy court thsy ran.Woose and pass can only be imagined and lI.o.t) taming resins and fatty acid. defoat feeble easily exhausted.

turned out to be snow water melted from tbs beans and falto. and hopes are on* described. So skill in tossing it plays a ar sufferers from weaknesseS ENCLI8H V
top of Lebanon. Some said: "You had better I heard a Baptist minister once say thai Profoisor Dana concludes that during and disorders peculiar
not go In; you will get your feet wet." he thought in the millennium it would be prominent part. On, on they go to the the glacial period Long Island ,
But we waded in, pastor and people, farther all one great Baptist church; and 1 beard southern hills, east to Ta-al-yal-lo-ne, which are accompanied by sallow REMEDt

and farther and in some way the Lord calknows a Methodist minister say that he thoughtin north to the mesas, follow these west for Sound, instead of being,as It now is, complexions, expressionless eyes and

how we got through; and to-night Ifo the great millennial day it would be all miles, then to the southern hills, and an arm of tho ocean twenty mile haggard lOOkS
all around about this great house,erected one gNat Methodist church; and I have
by your prayers and sympathies and sacrifices known a Presbyterian minister who back again to the starting point. The wide, was for the greater part of ill 1or overworked, ce 'or. out," SOLD IN'
,and cry out in the words of my text thought that in the millennial day it would distance traversed is nearly twenty-five .down," debilitated teachers
"What mean ye by those aton.ea'" be all one great Presbyterian church. Now miles and they pass over it -in about two< length a narrow channel serving as a milliners rn ENGLANDfor
It 1*an outrage to build a house like this, I[ think they are all mistaken. I think the, common trunk for Connecticut drclmaker seamstresses,
is in many
vast and unless there be millennial Racing indulged by the excited { Is. IMcL V
so so magnificent, church will be a composite "shop-girls, housekeepers nursing and
some tremendous reasons for doing it; and church; and just a* you may take the beat horsemen as they approach the streams and a few from Long Island.In mothers and I

so, my friend, I pursue you to-night with part of five or six tunes, and under the skilful goal and it is not unusual to see a pony these circumstances the feebo women gen- AMERICAfor I -
the question of my text, and I demand of hands of Handel, Mozart or Beethoven drop over dead from exhaustion as they] supply of erally, Dr. Favort Proicription -
these trustee and of these elders and of all entwine them into one grand and overpowering fresh water for the Sound river) would is tho coots) a bottle.IT .
who han contributed in the building this symphony, so. I suppose in the latter near the Tillage.-Popular & nM Month geatest earthly
structure, "What mean y* by these stones?" day. of the world. God will take the bet IV. have barely passed the entrance of the boon, being a an appetizing TASTES COOD.
But before I get your answer to my question I part of all denominations of T Sound. cordial and restorative tonio. -- -- ._ _

;yon interrupt me and point to the memorial wean them into one great ecclesiastica Submarine Telegraphy. It's the only medicine for women
wall at the side of this pulpit, and say.."Ex. harmony broad a*the earth and high a*the ,
plain that unusual group of memorials, heavens and that will be the church of the The submarine telegraph system of the Delicate Sooth American Frnlts. old by druggsts under a potlllvt Farmerhis own Roofer

What moan you by those stones' By permission future. .Or a* mosaic Is made of jasper and world is one of tho wonders of modern The guava Jell to prized as a Juxury guaran makers, of satisfaction Ever
of the people of my beloved charge I agate and many precious stone cemented in than Shingles, TIs or Slite.
achievements. It holds the in
recently visited the Holy Lands, and having together-mosaic a thousand feet square In globe in a this country is less esteemed la ever case, or money re IN8CUAMCE and
in mind by day and night during my ab tit. Mark's, or mosalo hoisted In colossal network of cable., and has made its remotest South America than tho funded has been anc. r.r.t V
race this rising house prayer I bethought seraphim in St.: Sophia'*-*o I suppose God distances responsive to the influences .. preservedfruits' carried 'out for Flro,Water and Wind Proof.

myself "What can I do to make that place will make, after a while, one great blendingof of civilization. Thero are no less Imported'from the United years.
significant and glorious?" all creeds, and all faiths, and all Christian States STEEL ROOJPl 4
On-the morning of December the 3d we sentiment the amythest and the jasper and than 120,070 nautical miles of cable which are regarded as daintiesfit KING COTTON

were at th*foot of the most sacred mountain th.chalcedony of all different experience soaking to-day: in salt water and trans. for the gods. They are so I V t ;'CORRLJGATWI
of all Mount Calvary. There and belief cemeted side by side in tu. greatmosaic milling Intelligence under the bellies. of costly, Boy or sell your Cotton JONES V
is DO more doubt of the locality than of of the ages: and while the nations however, that only the rich can affordto
Mount Washington or Mount Blanc. On the look upon the column and architrave of ocean administrations indulge in Cotton Scale. ) "c.0eeOu..swc'1
them. \
bluff of this mountain which is the shape of the stupendous church of the future, and own 12,521 miles while 107,818 Many things CATllOSUt PKICt

the. human,skull, and so called in the Bible, cry out "What mean y* by these stonet"tLor are the property of private companies. which are considered luxuries: here are $ 05.Ton lams fUT Bl. ,
The place of the skulV there u room for shall be innumerable voice to respond The cost of these cables ad .
three crosses. There I saw a stone so suggestive 'Ws mean the Lord God omnipotentreigneth. approximates despised by them because they are so OJ JIB01ITOl
." 200000000. No leas than eleven ., Our Hoofing Is ,.s4v formed for Ih* MiUdlny.
I rolled It down the hill and trans.portedltJiaat : '
common. They do not eat bananas slid rsn bit spelled by any on.. lie not buyny
the top of this wall, a Bull further,you mean by these stone the cables are soused In North Atlantic brine, I lUxjHus till you wrlw inn* fnrtmp I"p
white stone, with crimson vein running salvation of the people. W* did not build and all laid since! 1870, the total length save occasionally fried but feed themto PENSI-ON S-- .:t PE .. Bin lIveCatsiuuiherIsIJ.. .AU1..1TM W* I
through It-the white typical of purity the this church for mere worldly reforms, or lot of cables the hogs.. More delicate i irasseuw'a..s.a.u-5&di. ( .It ,
crimson suggestive of the blood that paid an educational institution or a* a platform including coast connections fruits they _sad are e. WI." > .". Wsrrcuse no0alii'
the price of our redemption. W* place it at on which to read essay and philosophical being more than 30,000 miles. bays which they prefer, as we should ,I.d bliSs Ueh.U7.U5.iyO5IUO.lieU. .. SICK I .1 Sow end tunu.Sop .eu II Uo aui>r
the top of th*memorial wall, for above all disquisitions. Out a place for the tremendouswork The Eastern Telegraph Company covers If l would .ins. :lM imtVi M%; "r..!'!. 1'. II.: II VE. KdHuft Uuffalat Y.CARRIAGE. .
in this church for aU time, .in sermon and ot soul saving. 011, I bad rather bathe the ground from they stand a voyage and \V. '
England to "ls.rr.l4.
and shall be the sacrance of la thiS church of India and PATPI\Y b .T' .
one prayer means having on* soul keep. For example there is the n.. IcuI.,.1,1.waul.d.
Mount Cavalry. Look at It. That stone was prepared for a joyful eternity than fiv* comprise! 21,860 mile of cable, to which 10- __ __._.Vb'rrtW.!(: 'J9 m W.I. X. y.Clly.BRADFIELD'S -
oneof the rock*I'IIntat the cruoflxioa. That thousand souls prepared for mere worldly is an Eastern extension that exploits,. pete, al it is called, tho favor of H o '

beard the cry. "It i* finished." Wa ever success. All churches are in two classes, all 038. miles more. West African cable which precisely resembles baked
any church on earth honored with such communities in two rlnm-n. all the race la cus
memorial? two clasws-believers and unbeliever To haVe len laid from Cadia to Cape Town, tard. Frozen In an ice-chest it tastes
Beneath it are two table of stone -whichI augment the number the one and aubt.n.cCtrvm and the Dark Continent Is in telegraphic
bad brought from Mount Sinai where the the number of the other w* built this toech with the centers of civilization exactly like frozen cusfanl. Another 3i iiigui

Uw wa given. Three camel weNt three church and toward that supreme add eternal No less than 17,000 miles of cable fruit is the "aguacate which tastes
week erasing the desert to fetch them. idea w* deJteate all our __on.. all oar were
When at CaIro. Egypt I proposed to the songs all our prayers, all our Sabbath handshaking necessary to make this connection that like nothing else In the world that cal i

Christian Arab that be bring one tone from *. W* want to throw defection into gives the trader In Africa a daily notice be called to ;
:Moon Sinai be laid, "W can easier bring tbs enemy's ranks. W. want to soak them of the markets of the world and but resembles in S

two rock than on, for on* most: balance either surrender naconditioiiaily to Christ or colonists keepa-tbe appearauce a imal!) muskmelon as big ] |f
them on the back of the camel," and I dil else fly in front scattering the way with en the Orange River posted on i

not think until the day of their arrival bow ca.ate.nblau.Uts SJK! knapsacks.; W. the events transpiring along the Ganges, as a beet. For eating U la cut in two, ______ ,

much more suggestive would be tb two, becau.e want to popularize Christ w. would the Thamet and the Mississippi.The. after which the seeds are taken _
the law wa* written on two tablets of lik*to tell the story ot Hi love her until oat -irf
ton*. TLusstOeuISmarkId'Witb the word men would feel that they had rather than benefits of this, worldo. /CUDg and, it I, gobbled like canteloupe. cS ; !
Mount BmaTfelt the earthquake that shook liv another hour without His sympatoy and system cannot be easily ovemtal,:*; and There are pJ
the mountain when the law was given. The love and mercy. W. want to rout up an it is a magnificent tribute to the service many.others equally strangeand Pt'

lower stone of the w&llil from Man Hill the enthusiasm for Him greater than was felt and progress of electric science. Sad I delicious.-[Washington Star. D1tJsGILJrJ
pUo wber fnU stood when be preached for Nathan LVOV when h* rod along the jmlp
-that f anon*sermon on the brotherhood of rank; greater than was exhibited: for Weil- Fronciea,e&amiJr. V
th human race, declaring ."God hath mad when he.
.ington came bees front Waterloo V V CUr u. Country, t
of on blood all DatloLiL"Since
greater than was expressed for N.poieoi
) Cord Elgin took the famous statuary when bs stepped ashore front ElLa. W*really Musk From Coal Oil. Mrs. 'De1'Jaif (of the avdnae- WORTH 50 PER

from the Acropolis, the bill adjoining Mar belief In this pJace Christ will enact the "I have invented a process for distill- Cousin Helen writes that the village My daughter differed for years with h lb tie oidi*,l aUet
Siilt tb* Greek OovernmeaS nuKe itlmpo*. sam scene that w_eoaoted by Him whan log mask from coal oil,"said a visitor U ': Uhout relief. I*.* persuaded to kt Fd V-, '. female .
ibl*to transport to other land any antiquities He landed in the orient awl has been flooded again and there is I base.1
there will t* the Patent Office in a tor, she b gsa lo bnuvre si POO*. Koowlu what I do of She reuwdy I
and armed soldiers cuard not only soon aa opening of blind eye and unstoppuiz Washington. "It u foot of a* (0 cured my dangbl sound and well sties '
the Acropoii; bus Mar Hill. That stone I of d.*f ears and eatui{oat of unciaaa a hundred time more powerful than ths water ia; their cellar '1 cane f 11* bad faikxL d. p b I f
obtained by spucUl peraibvBon from the pmt*-.,uch silencuu _WIDe! Cannes natural easene. Let me show you",... not understand wny people' will per. Wilt', jkadflrnl4 aoynlatof Co.. Atlanta. 0*.,JI.f J Iculars. BuU jy c.J .
QuMnoffirc*; most rarious and bra- ret Mthall. m*<* tots sou* sneaorabl Ov. and he uncorked *
ban woman,wha rue iv J ft* as though!we bondr*!yean eftieyniiaud J are dead and a little bottle aae list In living la' such places when they i i
bad 'bee) okt.aoqaaintanc**. and throoehMr. Ott frtoo.1 sprinkled; its contents over th" desks. I 1
JOI'IPIo&4. toy w*want but on* can just us well )Jtulllo' iu a city Me
.Trtconpfs. the frune inhtuof Grew revival in ten church,bat'WgtIu nc now This was a week ago, and the patent
aa4 Mr. ttoowdca. our American Minister and rsuuungjoa tote cUJ'.hea: thehiaelef Office clerks have been Knelling like New- ,
Ilimipoteatliiry. and Pr. .ajowawrConsoJ rime that brings: down .v.eo bt tool's and wuikrats Servant Please -
ever since. The whole breathlessly) -
ba that buH4.
soggsdv tablet wa the Pyramids;;shall bring this boos into the ,
sawed trout the pulpit of rock an whichrani lust. cog is scented, and no amount of"airing 1 mA'amloother'teelnc light pole has

pr.acbss. Now you tndersuad why Oh. that this day of dedication might lie has so far had much effect the I
w. upon orer- tumbled down an' the bouse Lt afire
> bare martc&U -Tb.O *o.V' Lomt ae..1 Uw oar of Mnanapation of all 1m1ll18Oa. powering lmeU.-N'/jI York Bemtt. j 'iu.-New ,York Weekly. .


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MAT.DAT PICRIC REGATTA AND BALL Improvement will make this hostelry ; NEGLIGEE SHIRTS
x: !Z!
one of the finest In.the State. The hi a> ,

At Cocoa-Rockiedge. has always been considered except. a OQ- a: ooJ. 8 x S ;?i S!:.

lonally beautiful, but with the addition :: S AND
,::a. J. a'
of electric lights and the pavilion overthe a ::! n .'
:1.0 =z= sI SOR TIES
water the scene which will be prorented CD
ht i
ads : W
With a large crowd on board, started during the height of next.. season :Eo tI == r taM Are the Proper Thing for Gentlemen to Wear this Weather.
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for tile picnic grounds at seven a. m.. at Rqcklcdge will be one that will attract '1j 0. S ... J 'y CD

getting there In good time. She made visitors from all parts of the coon [ S flP" I tB << iSg WE HAVE: THEM

another trip to Tltiisvllleln the evening, try, who will be captivated and charm* fZ .. o. rI1m0 c p.-:>
returning in time to allow her passengers by the beautiful surroundings. t:1:: en M
to take part'In the ball. Some ot d'' In goO' S" H f ft Also Black Satin Suspenders

the young ladies 'speak in high$ term of White Pckln Ducks.A w! e c.' ti M J p' to 1 ,
oelttn- i
Capt. R. P. and Ouo. F. Paddh on'm kind- = /') .. g0. k. 9
Lining at One Dollar.
limited number of the above for sale White Satin , them while on boardtreatingthem cc 0
by July t, at 13.00 pair. Orders y f a tr3 IIIe'zo
to a light breakfast, as well as per (Ue td Ro' CD Ou
fruit, without extra charge will be filled In the order In which they r51t/l c : hf II- : c c-:>ttfI The Finest Thing .
are received. A. S. DICKINSON. '" : e I1J
Titusvllle turned out in force. One tr a "L. S rHa- ItO

hundred and eight persons boarded the Aurantla, Fla 13 4t. 1i' & : 0 sn.rJ A.x .. :::1 '-o. II1 CLOTHING OF ALL KINDS, SHOES A SPECIALTY,

Sweeney before she left the city dock, r+ ZalY ,

and her loud numbered over 150 by'the GeorgianaIs ). ft : SB Q} ..VI yaH rei '"2 J. P. TURNER & COGroceries
time she COfoa. w IIU -:.
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The program arranged by the Glean one of the lovely and coming places. s: t I ::r 5 n S ct>

der Point Regatta and Picnic Associationwas It Is situated Merritts Island Indian 3 ilSH
", OP-H E.: L. J3E. :C-S;
carried out to the letter' with the River, and runs back to the Banana 60 '1:1 ::t .0.. !t ,
exception of the address of George. M. River half-a-mile dIstant. ; (\ 18 =
Merritt is a
Qo. : I dc
Bobbin, Esq., who was (unavoidably beautiful Island, lying between two of r It :! CD CD dr Grain, Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizer.

absent the loveliest rivers. e0 a ::; fl
alreadyhas LrJ3iL"tJ. Q SMIH I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of
THE SPEAKERS 100 or more inhabitants, a score or o' I '
-. 3 n: &! Groceries Fruit
Were, President l W. L. Hnghlett,M. D., I more fine residences, with gardens of: n -- BJ M oP > C' Staple Fancy ,

E. P. Branch, who filled the breach made pineapples, mangoes, grapes and flowers CD"! (u id ? And Food Products
by the absence of Mr. Robbing; D. L. of the finest and rarest kind; also vegetables .N I Of All Kinds. Also My Stock of"

Gaulden, Esq., lion. W. It. Sharpe, Prof. of all kinds flourish and do well Grain Bran Cotton Seed Meal
here, and every dweller has his orange Hay, ,
W. n. Pock, and Senator Williams. The grove. This hamlet Is becoming perfect Ground Food and Wheat. '

addresses were quite eloquent and to the little Eden; and through the efforts of JAMES HOLMES: PresIdent. I am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively In the above line of
point, and were listened to with Interestby one of Its most enterprising citizens Mr. Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I invite your correspondence and solicit
F. C. Allen, the two rivers are to be connected ALBERT A. TAYLOR, Secretary.
the multitude who were present. We patronage. Very truly,
with a railroad in time for the .
greatly regret our Inability find spaceto next winter season's travel. Mr. Allen 33. I*. BB.ADY.

give a syriopsis of the several speeches. will run a line of steamers from Rock- STATE BANK INDIAN RIVER ,

After the speaking was over ledge to Georgians, connecting with the GEORGE M. ROBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM,
Georgiana railroad which will run across
TilE mr.K LUXCIIB.05 the Island, and makes close connections COCOA FLORIDA.Incorporated Attorney-at-Law. Attorney-at-Law
Was done ample justice to by a large with the Sea Bean line of steamers to REAL ESTATE

number of visitors to the picnic grounds, the Atlantlo beach; which will make It 1880.CAPITAL .

,and we noticed Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Wilkinson one of and the tourists.most pleasant This trips will for open visitors the Robbins & Graham :!.

Mr and Mrs. O. K. Wood and prospects for a fine hotel on this side. : EXCHANGE ,
Hiss Wood, Miss Powe, Dr. W. L. Ilugh- The Merrills Island Hotel-and the Paid Up, $2 ,OOO. ,,

lett,'and several other ladles and gentle quickest and shortest road to the Atlantic Authorlzed,4100OOO.!

men, busily engaged ,attending to the beach.A COCOA Indian River FLA. Real Estate Dealers.
wants of those who felt a craving for half dozen or more fine residences ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.
are in contemplation for this place this
some of the good things of this life to I the Sabbath in this Sony to Loan at Lowest Rates. '
Or' Sold and ,
ustaln the Inner man; while the "In They had two services in their neat Property All Kinds Bought, /:

dian River Photographer" was trying his little church. I spent a. part of three DIRECTORS: Exchanged. Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Company. .
the Island and G. S. HABDEE President. ,
shot" days on in Georgiana, "
.. best to get a "snap at those who .
and I never heard or saw anything to
JAMES HOLMES VIce-President.
were putting too large a piece of sandwIch induce me to believe other than that By- All Inquiries will be promptlyand Titusville, Brevard Co., Florida.
or something else Into that place every man, woman and child in the R. B. HOLMES, Cashier. reliably answered. Fire Insurance
where ettlqnette nays you must not place is a Christian. Mr. Editor, I could ALBERT A. TAYLOR, J. M. SANDERS!: written In standard companies at lowest P. O. Box, 250.

place large chunks. Whether he succeeded write much more but must say- good bye.. J. F. WOOTEN. rates. We Bay and Sell All Kinds of Real Estate, and are Sole Agents for a
in photographing them in the J. c. it: large list of carefully-selected Properties all parts of Brevard eeunty.
RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, location and value of any Property *
act of disobeying the commands and demands Melbourne.There Indian River.
Co. on
of ettlquette, remains to be The Clyde Steamship Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are unequalled .

proved by the photograph. In any case, and every effort will be made to give perfect satisfaction to intending Purchaserswho
will be a dozen residences
or more favor with their .
us patronage.No
there was no need to hurry, for there
and other buildings going up In Properties listed unless the Title I*Perfect. .J ,
was enough for all, and lots of food Melbourne this season. Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring large oodles ot Low-

wasted; but It was really amusIng to see The past winter has been more fruit Priced Lands.
ome of those at Jio table dodge their ful of permanent result towards build- Write fdr Descriptive Catalogue.;

beads about when eating, to avoid being ing up our section and place than we -
had reason to expect. It will almost
photographed In ridiculous position. double our population. Yet there is ED .A.RD: S"rILI1'VG.

, THB BEOATTA room still for as many more. And all
will find a hearty welcome who to
come Cocoa Indian River Florida
at the hour.
Began appointed live among us or spend the winter. ,
weather was perfect, and the race was "Male" facilities on the increase The Dealer In .
watched with great interest and at times Powells, 14 strong,: are coming here to i iPLUMBERS'
was quite exciting. Unfortunately, the live, and to build themselves nice and STOVES ,

Nalade, owned by Mr E. B. Wager,which comfortable and winter homes, and to plant fc MILL SUPPLIES, OILS, GLASS & :PUTTY, TABLE
set out orange and pineapple
-carried off the lat prize at the last two gardens. They have groves bought lands and New York} Charleston and Florida Lines.. & POCKET CUTLERY, BARBED WIRE, WIRE NETTING,

:Hay Day regattas, fouled with the Cruiser made all necessary arrangements to do & WIRE CLOTH.
and of course was out of the con- this. And this a. m., the Bth of May,
test as far as the prize was concerned, they bade u* all good bye for their Chicago The magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed -,DOORS: S.A.SDEI:, TITH: :i> IOIEUCCHBI..,

but continued on her course and made back-and home. But-yes to-they are coming to sail as follows : Lime & Cement, Shingles & Lath.
are going bring of
the best time made in the race. their friends with them. So you many see, (STAJIDAID TIKI.) Guns, Ammunition and Fishing Tackle of all kinds. Ship Chandlery Goods,Gauze
From New York From Jacksonville. Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasoline Stoves, Coffins and Caskets;
there will be such
no thing of
The winners were as follows: First thought as (Pier W,K.B.) STEAMER Florida.
Rosalind 2nd curtailing the mail facilities at Mel- Monday Apr.27tkat3P.x....." May 3d, at 12,00 ARTESIAN WELL PIPE a Specialty. Lawn Mowers, Ice
clas.,1st prime; ; prize, Alpha bourne or down the Indian River sec Wednesday, Apr.:2Mb,at 3 p. ......"IRoqU01 SEMINOLr7".Sunday........Tuesday May 6th, at 2.00 noon.1'. r. Cream Freezers; Brick, Lime, Cement and
Second class, lat prize, Lilly C., tion. No, never curtail or make shorter Friday. May Joe at S 1'. .....,"AL04)NQUU".Thnnda1.:" May 7th, at 4.00 A. .. Chimney Pipe; Flags & Bunting;
2nd Nettle. Third class l the mall "nevertrim'1Uncle Monday, May 4th,at Jr.Wednesday x."CIIEROKEE' Sunday. May 10th, at 580.. .. Table and Pocket Cutlery; Mouldings, Scroll Work, etc., etc.
prize, ,, &\prize,, U. S facilities; May 8th,at S P. x....."YEMASSEEL..Tuesday, May 12th at 8.00 A. ..
Snowbird; 2nd prize, Clyde. Sam' tall-but make it longer, Friday May 8th, at i 1'. ...;.,."SKMINOLK1Thursday.. May 14th at 11.30 A. K. Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free on application. Correspondence
and let It switch Itself all the down Monday, May llth at S P.Wednmday x."IROQUOIS". ......Sunday, May 17th, at 11.30 A. M.18th solicited and estimates furnished promptly. .
The time made was as follows; way May 13th,at 3 P. ....Tuesday."CHEROKEE1 May at 1.00 1'. ..
the Indian River to Jupiter: and In Its Friday S P. ...... .......Thunuay, May 21.t, at 130 p. x.
FIBS CLASS. flight fan the vain faces of Venus Mars Monday, May Mitt,at 3 1'. ......"YKMA88EE." ......Sunday, May 24th, at 4 JO A. M..00A.M..
and Juno and on through Lake Worth Wednesday, May Kth,at 3 P.Fridayf .....8KMLNOLK. ''.........T esda', May :Seth at .. .
Actual. Corrected. ; May SM: at 3 p. ..... ..IROQUOIH'* .........Thuraday, May 28th, at 8.00... M.
to Biscayne Bay, and there unlock all Monday. May 36th,at a P. ....."ALIONQUIN ".....Sunday, May 31st at 11.09 A. .. J. S. Watson Co.
hams hm the Keys until it reaches Key West Wednesday, May!mh,at a P. ......"CHEROKEE,1'........Tuesday. June 2d. at 1.00 P. M. i
Rosalind, 2 11 8 2 5 211 This Is our aim, ambition and determination FrIda,29th,at S P. ......"YEMA8SEE,1'.......Thursday, June 4th, at 2.80 P. M.: ,
Alpha, 2 6 25 2 025 and we expect to fight It out on "W...
Cruiser, 2 18 50 2 12 44} this line all summer, and until the thing
Kaiade, 2 934 2 a 21 Is accomplished.No St. Johns River Line.For Cion1 n'1ission

SECOND CLASS. we want to hear no more of cut
Lily C., 2 2742 227 42 ting off our dally mall facilities It Is Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points on AND
Windward, 2 32 10 2 30 471 contrary to good morals, the spirit of
Nettle,. 2 31 35 2 30 41 success, and the American system. the St. JohnsRlver.
The elegant Iron Side-wheel Steamers MERCHANTS4

Blank, 148 25 Cat. W. A. SHAW,
Snowbird, 13128TUE And,See "FRED'K DE BARY," Dealers in Fertilizers

BALL Oapt. T. W. LUND, Jr., ,
F. C. Allen Are appointed to. sail from JacksonrUle dally except Saturday, u 3 JO p. m., and from Sanford P. Henderson & Go's Garden Seeds,
Took place at the Tropical Hot*!, daily ueept .at 0.a. m.

residents 3tockledge! : from and all was part largely of Indian attended River by, Dealer In SOUTHBOUND.Read Down. SCHEDULE. :NORM UI"D. Orange>l Boles (Crates &: paper.

as well as from a distance. Lear Sao p. ......Jacksonville.....Arrir* 11.43 i. x.
Dancing was Stoves Tin- are Hollow-ware .". (.OOP. x..falatka......Lear* 1.00 1'. ..
kept with great seal and until 1.30 A. M... LOOP. M
up gusto 6.46.. M........ Francis.;.. 12.45 1'. M.: CEMENT, PLASTER & HAIR. AGENTS FOB OCALA LIME
1:45 a. m., when the disciple of Terpsichore 6.00 A. M....... 1145..
wended their way homewards.The Woodcn- are, Stoae-iare, A.rrIftl.OO alie A... at K.................................Blue Sanford... "" 1140..00 1 A.. M m'' Agents for the C. F. T. REFRIGERATOR CARS.

Sanford band, under the leadership ..14 .. M..v"..................Inurprise: ........................... .JO A. r r'
Will Furnish Can vTnen Deelred. and ee that they are LOADED,ICEDa1ELILD
of Capt. Munson, supplied the muslo.. HEAVY & SHELF HARDWARE General Passenger and Ticket Off Ice, 88 W. Bay St., Jacksonville: Bad TRACED te TTrntlnstUei properly.
f.M.IRONMONGER. : Jr.. Florida Faasencvr Agent U West Bay St..Jacksonville,FU.
The officers selected for the coming NAILS, SCREWS JOHN : NON.. ,. Agent,o.*..wharf.., footHogan Street Jacksonville,ria. We will Buy all kind. of Fruits, Vegetables, Furs and Skins; in fact
L. A&D.fbrida .1& Afvnt out Laura toeet.Jacksonville J1a.
year by the association were as follows: TRACE CHAINS J...IJUL1K.: : Superintendent,foot Laura Street,Jacksonville.. we will Buy and Sell anything offered to us. .
E. SUUng, president; K. P. Branch,vice- THKO.: O.LAKE Traffic Manager Bowling Oraem,New:"!' York.
DUNG BORERS. ... Correspondence solicited on wants may.hae.Respectfully .
ILUUII4LL H.CLTI. Traffic Maaapr,t Bowliag Oreea New York. any you
president treasurer.; A. A. Taylor, secretary and BOLTS BRUSHES, WM. P. CLYDE & CO., GenM Agents., J. S. WATSON CO'

Olxilton. Paints: It S.....Oreo.New Yerk
Th Best Made for this Climate T. or.
While la attendance at the Kay-Day AJTON",

regatta and picnic. took occasion to And One Thousand and Oae Other C. J. HECTOR mm RIVER HOTEL.TITUSVILLE DISTILLE
Inspect the Improvement that are being Things that Ton are likely to Want ,
made to the Hotel Indian River at Bock- PURE
Buy TOUT Stove here. When you want Dealer in GeneralMerohand1
ledge. We learned from Mr. Andrew a new Fire Back or Orate,Top Bar or SO U.II.rvr A SH .
f9J3: :V.
Lee that another story will ba added to Damper, come right here for It as duplicate : : $e

the presont structure and that a new parts are kept constantly on Melbourne Fla. Indian River, Fla.L Distillery & Warehouse : LYNCHBURG TEHH.
wing one hundred and thirty-five feet band; also a GOOD LINE OT
long and four stories will be added. A !I. UABBETTE, PBOFB.

large pavilion will be built at the end of FIRST CLASS GROCERIES Hats Shots Clothing Dry Goods T. J. Eaton & Co., Agents, TUusvlHe. Fla.

the dock for the use of guest, and an -

electric light plant will be purchased to Constantly Arriving and For Sale at Just Arrived. Splendid Goods.
Moderate Prices This U the most central Hotel in town,

grounds.light the The hoUl addition and to Illuminate the hotel will the IS OILS PAINTS HARDWARE LEAD, and U only four minutes' walk from the ADVERTISE in this Paper.

afford accommodation for one hundred F. C. ALLEN Georgiana Fit all kinds; and in act a ull line of Railway Depot and close to Steamboat

additional guests, and the contemplated everything. Call and examine. }1 Landing 18 Terms
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