East Coast advocate

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

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\, r 'Vol. 2. TITUSVILLE, Indian River, FLA., FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1891. No.: :14.; ; : )11' ,

.. Town Ordinance. -Mr. P. J. Nevins, of Merritt, was in Misses' and ladies' spring heel shoes, -The ,Signal Service thermometer, on Tallahassee Doings.The A Few 0ftl8 on Call.. 4 t

TJ K IT ORDAINED, That no person shall deposit town Tuesday.0 sizes 2{, 3, 3} and 4 at the Btlar.1: Tuesday registered 88 degrees In the Senatorial- DeadlockAt .-
fj on any of the street or sidewalks why should the feet of mortal -Mr. John Waller, of Courtney, was shade. TaUnliiiHHeo remains unbrokeni. "I
SHARPS TLA. lath ISO!. .
within the Town of Titusville ,
or any public The Timm-l'nion of yesterday contains
of have corns, when they could get such In town yesterday. Messrs. A. and I ,
square any sweeping any stores, dwellings, Faber, prominent
offices, shops or booths, bottles, tin .A list of those member of the caucus East Con! ,11l1'oraft:
any cans nice shoes from J. P. Turner
paper, hair,chips, peels,slop, straw, washings, easy -Me rs. J. S. Watson &: Co. have on orange growers, of City Point, paid our who have voted for Call at least mica
refuse or garbage of kind, but it shall be &; Tltusville. 1- Some say the CO\lllot1111 for Call;work-
any. hand a large stock of flint-class Bermuda town a visit this week. since the balloting brgnn. It appear
their duty to put any or all accumulations as of'Soll\ylt: Is not. The .Vine and Public PSpiril
above arrel -Miss Sallle'IIall and Miss L. A. onions Col. Canaveral.Mrs. ; from the figures given that Call has boon
1ifle'lln a or other suitable re- grown by Ilogan, -| SSl't!. W. Treuller and W. Wilson
I- oeptable, on Tuesday, Thurday and Saturday the choice of sixty-six .ieml>ers or two day that it I II anti-Call. You. ,
" mornings at 7 a. m.,at which hour such accumulation Smith, of City Point, paid our town a JM rritchord has been quito were, in town yesterday attending to thirds of the caucus, but the whole STtynlx :. have taken Call front masthead lR f
*shall be removed your ,
Any person violating this by ordinance scavenger shall carts., on visit on Saturday. Indisposed this week, but we are glad to some business lIIatt I". They returned never managed te pull together or and say, you "think" It Is largely
conviction, pay a fine of $3,00 and not to exceed -Twenty Thousand Dollar to loan at learn she is much better and oat again. home to-day. vote on the name ballot. There are
$29.00,or be imprisoned in the common jail or those v,ha were for CaU when tho early Of!. So that pmtple' as far off an Tallahawioo t
May calaboope 14th days 1891. or E.not L. BRADY to exceed,clialrm.26 Vasned tern.J. 10 per cent It taken quick In sums to -Rov. B.. F. Brown will conduct service -Mr. Houell Titus \Is having a residence ballots were taken who are hose In the would Info that It U nt.lOAll Ttl i

.w. ROGERS, clerk. suit. Robbing Graham. 13tf at the Cocoa-Itocklodge Episcopal greeted on tho west side of the cottage oawpoftho "Antl's," whllo there are doubtful. I

f Approved 146t May 14th 1891.B.R. WILSOX,mayor. -Dr. R. C. Hutchinson, Mrs D. S. church on Sunday.Mr. 'now occupied by Mr. and Mrs. G. i but others do who not go wore so far for Dloxhan aa to swallow aml Spoor the; lot us deal In facts. 00 out of 200peoplo r kNow

t Town Ordinance. Hutchlnson, and F.' McCabe, left for E, C. Dearborn has been downtime W. Scoble. I dona of Czar Rogers, of the Alliance, Itl.twl'o"-lIL\nloovl1lo and>>).Rock

Vaidvlllc, N. Y., Monday morning.Mr. river this week, attending to thing _The schooner yacht Sygnus, owned whose dot-tee Is "aaylxxly but Call" ledge, have In the hart few day signed, '*'
IT ORDAINED, That, whereas the heavy .
BE of scrub on many of the vacant J. M. Thompson, of Imllanola, in general, on his land. by Mr. J. O. Walton, Eau Oallle, wasexp'ettml On tho so night\'
Iota In the built up portion of the Town of Titus- has been spending a few days in town -Mr. Theo Washburn brought backa :to leave for the Florida Keys Mays,. Oat llloxham 1. The pooile's to vote lot tho re-cloetion

vale source is of detrimental danger to the to property the public of health our citizensby and a this week. He expects to1 go to Marion, pineapple from the'Florida Keys that today She Is In command of Captain favorite has pained several votes during Senator Call. The poll tlon at City row i; '

favoring the spread of lire. Therefore l>e It 0., next week. : had ten distinct crowns. lIe presented Star<1k, of Malabar. the pant week, and the present niouent was carried around without much talk t ,
ordained by the Town Council of the Town of offers excellent opportunity for tllOmll1ol'lty
'Titnsville that any uncleared lot or Iota within -The steamer Sebastian, owing to the it to Dr.Wills. .Stop at the Tltusvlllo Moat Market, an to make a rracofl1break.. INT a young man .who woikby tho w
\ the- built of
op portion Town constitutes a
.' nuisance. Therefore be it further ordained that very high winds, ran aground last week, -The regular quarterly meeting of the on Washington Avenue, when you como Very little kxUliitlon! ; has boon enacted month for wa'clI. Fort Drum U for 1dm, ,
it shall be unlawful for the owner of any lot or last Issue when Czar mid so Is Fort Pierce and Morrltt'. I- t
j lots within the built up portion of Town to neg and the St. Augustine had to go to her Brcvard County Farmers' Alliance will to town. Fresh eggs, chickens, vegetables .- since our Koff-
I .. lest, to clear such lots and place them in a condition assistance.Mrs. ;,beef pork TennoBoe but ers succeeds exiling CalL to a Siboim kind! ; In fact tbcllovo every section .but
be held at Melbourne
on Thursday
that will not permit their use as a cover os oblivion and Ignominy; bo may have Tltusvlllo Is for him and 60 cent of
for filth' or refuse or to lie a source of danger Harry :Roberta and daughter, June 4th, ai one p. m. M. S. Same, sect. tet, etc, E. J. Davis, manager. t.f. some time to devote to legislation for per
from fire, and It is made the duty of the Town her citizens and vicinity have signed a
Marshal to notify all owners of vacant lots in Miss Lillie, of Minis, who have been on -We understand the New Rock ledge -Mr., James Mitchell of Courtney, the benefit of thme people-who soot lilnito
the built up portion of Town to clear and cleanup .the Cnpltol-his serfs, whose internists .similar petition. Somo Influential me),
visit to Mrs. J. R. Fields of Indianola tho end of last week to
to town
the same, and upon their failure to do eo Hotel under the management of Mr. came up seem to be entirety forgotten.The who wore not for Call, have changed Jar
within one week after receiving such notice he returned home on Saturday.Mr. take the position of bookkeeper for the ,
and A. Is btU tho
shall report the matter to the Mayor whose duty Mrs. E. Klngsley, doing quite a Senate extending powers him on democratic principles,., The pen
It shall be 'to enforce the provisions of this C. V. Barton, who has been on I flourishing business. This hotel will Indian River Lumber Co., during tho absence of the Railroad commission and giving, know that of the
ordinance.The pie A majority Legislature
his at Palm Beach the win : all the of Mr. Dakin, who Is taking a va- them Jurisdiction over Joint rates wbeJ'Dtho
built up portion of the Town mentionedIn place during keep open summer.In ho.ull. partly by rail and partly by are solidly for Call, backed by aeol-
this ordinance is defined as Included within cation.
the following boundaries, to wit) Beginning on ter, started for Jacksonville yesterday shoes, It pays to "get the best. water and also over steamboat rates Id constituency, and they can't see the

Indian Grant run River thence at the westerly n e corner along of the the north llelea'line'pine on his way to New York. J. P. Turner fc Co. are the solo agents :Messrs.. C. T. Verbeko and B. W. ] where the haul U all water baa passed the consistency v f nominating, Atkla

shown of said on Orant the map to the of centre Joynerville of Third, thence street north as -Rev. S. F. Gove, failed to keep his for Parker, Holmes A Co.'s celebrated Jerome, of Brantley, have boon spending Senate Ilardoe by KM a unanimous worked like vote Trojan Senator. for son, upon majority test t$>represent

along the centre of Third street to the north I appointment down the river on Sunday shoes for Tltu vllle. *1 a few days in town. They returned this bill and Atkinson la ready to glvo It In tho Logihlature, requlrltup a two third
a: line of said plot of Joynerville thence, run west last to Illness. He left for Fort home on Tuesday. While here, Mr. Jerome In the house. The
to Canaveral street, thence north ,owing Strawbridge came up from Melbourne a proper reception vote to elect Mr. Call to represent us In t.
centre of Canaveral street to Broad street thenceN Pierce Monday morning.Mrs. last night, and left for Sharon, took a party to Shiloh lu his naphtha people of Indian River are highly Interested Congress,. This county l lute, abandoned "
east along Broad street to De Soto street thence In this measure; and It is bolleiodby
north along De Soto street to Coleman avenue .' Carl C. CurtiBII, left here on Pa., to day Mrs. Strawbridge' laughter launch. those who have examined the bill the two.third rule, cxcr t,la conventions
Indian River
thence Coleman avenue to
(I thence along sooth along said river to the place of Wednesday for Chasevllle, on a few Mrs. Carter, will remain at Mel. -Mrs. E. N. Dlmlck, of Palm Beach, carefully that If It should bccorao a law to nominate a state senator for lbe
9 beginning. Ail lots Included In said boundaries of evasion and discrimination will. bo. Inv 31st dUUilct when doubt the old rule
are considered as extending to the centre of all weeks' visit to Miss Tyng, daughter bourne during the summer. came up on Wednesday's steamer, and no

which they abut,and the clearingpmvldedilor the late Rev. Dr. Tyng, of New York. f -Notice. Parties wishing board during started for Tallahassee, yesterday, where' possible. _ _ will bo used again, and ought to be :1. ,
In this ordinance Is Intended to include
r. the streets or roadways in front of said -For sale, lands on Indian and St. the summer season, can get same at her, husband U now attending to his Tho County Court'the! all conventions when tlw'people vote T>ypn
Convened last for
Monday May
lots.Any person failing to comply with the proVisions Lucie rivers. All cholco selections, for the Indian River Hotel, Tltusville, Fla., duties representative of,Dado county. term Judge Jones presiding, J. T. >xle$,not elected undkrHtato law*. 1.

of herein this shall ordinance upon conviction after due notlceasprovided be tined pineapples, lemons, truck and bananas.On on and after the 15th of May, at reduced -During tho heavy winds I of last week Sanders, KHIJ., prosecuting attorney and am not half so strong for Cull'. election

: .. not less than five dollars or more than fifty. dollars terms to suit. Address, Frank rates. Apply to I. M. Mabbette. 18* other members of the county' bar, and as I sub for tho a/lhenlon to party>rIa I-
,, ttused at regular meeting May prottom.Attest Captain! C. F. Fischer's yacht was blown also Judge Prlro, of Enterprise,..were In plfl ot the lIu\llJml\Cy'ot' tho will ol1) the,
E. L. IlRAm,chairman' Forster, Orchid, Fla. 14 -Mr. S. Quartcnnan, of Jacksonville, from her anchorage In front,of the,Indian attendance. The sestilon"'wait one of .
J.W. ROOEKK,clerk majority when vxprauod at the poth.CanvMlag .
Approved May 14th, Will, '-Mr. Frank Sutter, representing the recently purser on the St. Sebastian, was ,River .hotel to a shallow place near greater Interest than usual. The lint of know
to t'-will of the:
14o"6t B.K. WILSOJT, Mayor. disposed of a* shown by the bench peo
well-known boat builders, Chas. P. Wil- In town Tuesday, on his way to his place Mr. E. B. Wager's, whore she remains.
docket wore as follows: 1C. C. Scrim- plo la the very face of tho strongest JxmnBlbl'apcuof ,
lard & Co., of Chicago, has been In town down the river where he Intends going anti Walter Towle
-An alarm of fire, about nine o'clock, geour vs. L. T. Towle of such xlUls queer practice;
NEWS.Mrs. looking) after the Interests of his com continued. State of Florida J. C.
LOCAL Into the culture of pineapples and other vs.
: caused stampede amLthft mloor-
: yesterday morning, quite a Norwood, Injuring anlmals" ln/ormatlon orgnnlioil cperatlon tin
1 pany. fruits. among some of our townspeople. quashed. State of Florida? Hayward the face of such rod.nce U party Insubordination -

and Miss Hogg of Waveland -Mr. J. S. Curtlss, who has been stopping -Miss Kate Paddlson has resigned Nothing'serious, however, happened, McBurnett, petit larceny,, convicted; which U subfttrvlve e C
at his son's place-The 'Inea-for her position as stenographer and typewriter other than the burning of some scrub at sentenced to thirty days la county Jail. respect for law ins law-makln body. i

arrived In town yesterday. some time past, returned to his homeIn in the offices of Messrs.Robblns: the back of the Jail. State of Florida vs. John Anderson, U the purpose eta, the minority I* to.

, Capt. Sharpe has been in town a day Chicago this week, having left hereon Graham, and will shortly take a pleas Mrs. Jas. Pritcbard and Miss Daisy petit thirty larceny days hard, convicted labor. State,, sentenced of Florida to f obstruct, retard aa4 prevent the enactment

or so this week. Tuesday morning. ure trip to New York and other north. vs. Lee Newman, aggravated assault of laws, tt.need and demand 'loc-

-Mr. Oeo. S. Gates, of Athol, Mass., -Lost-from Merrills Island, a black ern cities. I IMr. Parkhurst gave an afternoon social to plead guilty, sentenced, to thirty day which shaped the personal of the '1'..-
e the children of St. Gabriel's Sunday
arrived In town last night. horse, 16 hands, white spot on foreheadand hard labor. State of Florida vs. GeorgiJlardlnA' Mat Legislature. with lta.03<< AUI.....
and Mrs. J. W. Merrill Mr. and
School,on Tuesday,Masonic Hall having assault aid) battet'Jr.ploade '
-Yen'. low-quarter, plain-toe kangaroo blind in left eye. Any information Mrs. C. B. Merrill, and H. Merrill came been kindly lent for the occasion by guilty, lined tl.OO aid ooets. State of members; then*.their effort.may succeed;

shoes, at the Bazaar, ;tJoo.1 regarding the above will be suitably re up from their winter home at Tropic on : Messrs. Jas. Pritchard and W.M. Brown. Florida vs. Lewis Aridn maiming aid even though they yield at .last to 11.
warded. Apply to: Norman R. Johnston, disfiguring an anlmal.vcrdlct guilty. majority. Ate the member of the Ed '
-Yr. Frank Forster, of Orchid, has hut night's steamer, and left for Kansas : Many little present made glad the State of Florida vs. Sarah_Box, slanderIng -

e been spending a few days in town. Indianola; Fla. 13 3 City, Mo., to-day. They expect to return hearts of the little folk. a female, continued by consent.., house smarter than the- people? 1.*>

-Mr. J. C. Norwood, of City Point, -Mr. Tom Mitchell, one of the Life about October. State of Florida. J.O. Norwood, killing election of aU..$..Senator whether ,
I -A correspondent writing from the and maiming ao animal not the other wouUi not t
in town this week attending to Saving crew, recently disbanded, at Jupiter / way or put moneyIn '
was ,
has with the exit of
-Summer come lower river : "This U a grand country take from the
Court business. for the summer season, has been says The Town Council or It pockets of. any
spending few days In town this week. the tourist. We have pulled off our and the way thing are moving Held Its regular meeting yesterday. body directly,, but the enactment ot es

-The nicest line of ladles' and misses'Oxfords Tom's many friends were glad to see t'other clothes, rolled up our sleeves, along, show It I* destined to be one of and transacted a large amount ef bus revenue law which would meet the demands ,
and slippers are to be found at and arming ourselves with a palmettofan the most in Florida iness. Three> ordinance were passed;
) him again. He left here, this morning, charming spot M of the people and the pbdgea die f
the Bazaar. *1 umbrella and bar creating the office of commlaslooer 1
an a mosquitto one
well the most A
u great
for his place at Indianola. prosperous. their representative* would, to. the *. -
-Mr. Jno. McAllister, of Ban Genie, have prepared ourselves for the summer thousands of pineapple slip will of park and town property; another '
-The of Eau-Gallie and vicinity many preventing the placing of garbage or mount ef millions of dollars. '
who has been on a trip to Tenille, Ga., people campaign. We don't expect to have Indian River this
Invited to come to the be planted on sea refuse matter upon the streetand;, still The present tax. law are soframtf .1
returned home on this morning's steamer. are cordially much use for the above-mentioned addition h another providing for the clearing of all.
23rd son. Everybody busy getting readyto that. big a thing as the steamer ft'*d,
church (Saturday) l
on May
Baptist wardrobe .but vacant Iota U the built portion of
to our u we are plant and set out; and shipping time up- cannot b andhaeereataxation
DeBary *seen
of off the ,
the clearing two latter ordinance
for purpose town. The maybe
fashionable folk It won't do to be be-
Lost of cuffs with half-gold hand. The In the lower river
-pair U at
I church lot and streets adjacent thereto. crop read la full In another column. JudgeM. for many yean aff ait
barrel cuff-buttons, with gold bands. The ladies will be on hand with well filled hind the style.-Tropical Sun. I II a good one, and the people are In 8. Jonas wa elected park commissioner claiming In New York that they p.1111.
\ Please return to Pierre Titus, Titus- baskets at noon. Luncheon will be -Mr. W. C. C. Branning, of New good health, cheerful and In good hi*.term to expire November lat, Florida,. and la Florida that they pU
I will
1802. This officer bk future
ville. H l rerved on the grannds. Come one and Smyrna, baa been down on the St., Lucia spirit charge of the town park city dock, and the tax In New York. Thl La onlj-.*

-Yr. J. S. Solomon, one of Jackson- alL River for about twQ weeks He has -In consequence of the continued any other property the town may acquire I instance among big thlsgs. I doftbt it

ville's wholesale tobacconists, has been Messrs. Davies and Grist,two worthy purchased some land In that section, and falling off of the plaster, part of the west I In future. The sum of *100 wa appropriated there Is an.Instance on this river rwhen

, In town a couple of days this week, attending .disciples of Sir Isaac Walton, went on a intend going Into pineapple culture. and south side of the Indian River Hotel I for Improving the town park. steamboat hu not escaped taxation;

to business.Mr. fishing excursion at Sand Point Wednesday Mr. Brannlng topped over here Sunday Is undergoing alteration. The old Two Loving Heart Made One. but a single: Instance where ibo icxorbiUnt -

;'W. D. AIrd, of Montreal, Canada afternoon. They returned with four to see his ton, George, and left next day plaster and lath are being removed and Married, by the BeY..B. F. Brown, yesterday .. freight tax or the tax en land. tad

arrived in town last night, and started I Immense bass the aggregate weight of for New Smyrna. He will move his family by way of a change the lath are now the 14th day of May, Mr. Edward escaped payment or sale, would. aunaw

for Eau Gallie this morning, on a which was over SOlbs. One alone tippedthe after a while, to St. Lucie. dove-tailed and laid perpendicular ;Brace Tyndall to MU Marion Y. Hogg. proportions of mlraclkv,Hacth.wot/

: visit of a couple of days to Mr. and Mrs. scale at Stubs. They were handed -Mr. Chas. M.. Horton, who ha occupied They will be covered with a plaster corn ,The grower groom who ha lea a bvre prosperous plantation pineapple on the been pidlwl over the eye.ef the the people d

W. Wilson. to Host Mabbette of the Indian of lime and cement aid bride U tae or ha It been pulled ever elM
over the position of foreman on the posed eoqulna, St. Luck River, aid the

. -Mrs. McFarland, daughter and River HoteL Indian River Jftvi and Tropical Sun for Mr. Hutehloson 11'' going to give Ibis daughter of Captain Benjamin Hogg MIdwife the representatives The third hones

of N. Y. who Lave Geo. for plaster fair trial before proceeding fttr- who are wU known u heavy landowners being present when UteM Tfiinuy tale
grandson, Brooklyn -Mr. F. Paddlson, starU St some time put, ha severed la connection ; In all fart of the county. i
, been stopping with CoL Joseph Williams Augustine In the morning, where Capt with the above paper. Brother M t- there We hop It will answer the par The newlysraarried couple attended the were made, should "N interfere rout

' of Mlcco have left for their north- and Mrs. Paddison, MUs Kate and Matter calf speak very highly of hi*good quail- pose. dance at Masonic Hall last night,In company sympathy for the-peorJe.!

y em borne.Mr. Porson will meet him on Monday. tie and ability and laid he wa sorry' to availed with the. bride mother MIlt received Something 1* wwng either with tie
Quite a large party them- of
eongratulattoaa and the p.optA
win then leave for New York 'aDd loose Charlie. However the _hearty law or its execution
I O. Pierre Havens, the popularand They Mr. Horton, selves of the opportunity to visit Grand their mazy Irteaeu.Tke the State abouM demand that .

weQ-known Jacksonville photographer win be away about two weeks. The wa In town Monday, and told n* "he Old Ocean on Wednesday. The steamer ADVOCATE wish them prosperity over cenator should rat one be eleetot.

who has been taking various Misses Jennetto and Annie Paddlson thought of taking unto himself another." 1 8t. chartered awl fettclty for the year to come. U.8. .
Augustine wa by member Wateland on the expectation of the people .*
Worth etc. win with Mrs. Bobbins during the He returned to Melbourne The happy pair left for and
view of Bockledge, Lake stop Tuesday.
of the Methodist church, and at this morning* steam r. .pected in waBaatloa'of laws whiff
absence of their father and mother.
with his wife
returned home in company Commander J. O. Green, U. 8.Navy even o'clock, m., she teamed away New Bubaerlbera to the "Adro- will give then relief from unjust twthem.

on Monday's train. Mention was made, in the last lane Inspector of lighthouses on this coast'' for IlVora, where the merry' party cat*." Tb W, .o far, bare dost.*

-Mr. Jno. GreeD, of Patterson, N. J., of the ADVOCATE, of the timely and substantial arrived In town last night, and started spread. out their lunch basket; enjoyed The following have subscribed for the thing thai tan be pointed to, but 1.

who baa been stopping In town all week donation of Dr. Barrett of Philadelphia the tho beach ADVOCATE this week which win probably their could >
on his tour of Inspection,down the river, urf-batblng, promenaded make the loss of three ub- ,put; anJ BO action of

expect to leave Monday for New York. of a goodly number of book to-day. He state that the money for gathered shells, and generally amused .eHber. at Melba who tore with- further the purpose .nunclated r 't

Front then he will take steamer for For the Presbyterian Sunday School the removal of Canaveral lighthouse 1* themselves In radon other way The their name owiag to our last their order. The end of the eseaioa.*

Jamaica, where he expects to buy property library, and resolutions of thanks for In hand, but the govement awaiting day wa lovely, and all appeared to have onWhe Down River Mall," la near at hand. The majority should nJc

and have a winter home. the same appeared. Last. sabbath the to ace the necessity of removing the thoroughly enjoyed themselves, hoping W..It'1. B.laIue.K. Johns. WaYetud; J. B. Dickey, and with the pled,. CaD had Iron tie l

Sergeant Lanonette, of the Signal eyes of all present were gladdened by lighthouse before commencing operation U would not be long ere another excnrslon Fort Pierce; W. B. Mii.tad, St Limo; people the Alliance member could *e

Service office, started for Eden on Monday the unexpected presence of ft neat and *. The Commander who I* envious party' win visit the shore of the J. N. Smith, Fort Pierce Z. C. Grew, won an easy victory,, la meeting tile e*-

for the purpose of opening a new commodiou book.Bas., the 1ww1cn.nof to keep posted jn thing In general on broad Atlantic ocean. Thee plcnlo Mlcco;HarVef 1L V. Goal 11erce, W, W.Mr*Beecher. L. D., pectatlona of the people by .WIC

telegraph office. He returned Wednesday the pushing and popular Superintendent this coast, gave n* a call and subscribed parties answer admirably to while away Dupula Harry Benedict, fort, Fla.; ;. A. SmJUl, upon him which they could has their d-jtat-

night. George Spencer accompanied Mr. M. C. Weaver. A veil-deserved for the ADVOCATE He and hi*' family the Bummer month on Indian River Fort Pierce; J. F. Olmstead. Ankona; consistently a* he stood epos
U Ia DOt too
him. Mr. G. L. Lucas is In chargeof and nnanbaou vote of thanks: for the expect to leave Charleston shortly f o< a and w* are glad to see thl -the first of John Elul", Jacksonville: Commander. form. late.W.U.. g1'c.
the telegraph office. same wa*. tendered. summer vacation at lUwport. the aeaion-meet with such ncoe I.; O. Green, U. B. N.vy

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L ter act,-ene, Hits h, 171 }hat day, at some point ID each: congressional LABOR DAY.PASSED I
:fho AdvocaiB d GEORGIA BRIEFS. district, representatives from all the price now paid. '' .
e :H8St Coast r the county Alliances in the district will I ,- At ft. Loufe, the carpenters' strike Man .,
advance of 5 ccuu an bout, w as successful DAILY OCCURRENCES IN THE.
meet and choose a lecturer for the dis I
THAN bosses out or 850\ having
,r ,
Interesting Paragraphs from all trict. On the 18th the district lecturerswill I demand. SUNNY SOUTHLAND
'TJTUSVILLE: i FLORIDA. hold in Atlanta EXPECTED.I Granted
a meeting to formulate WAS and
Over crowds great en-
the State. At Chicago large
plans for their work and to advise the labor demon
with each other, in order that all the thusiasm characterized Curtailed Into Interesting and
Several Riots and The bricklayers'union
Then are nearly 100,000,000 acres 'Mr Although stration for'cight hours
A. W. Stone, tax collector Fan. county Alliances may be instructed in tbiitmc
of land In the Territories of Arizona ate county, I* short with the state and way and unanimity of thought and Numerous Strikes Occurred. about a.OOO: strong/ did* not take al- Newsy Paragraphs.
county about 2000. lib bondsmenwill throughout the stat part in the parade, that having --
Kid New* Mexico whose ownership is purpose biuorutd the vight-bour day.
make good the deficit. "Ntver before in the history of the Alliance oeuii A dispatch of Sunday from San Francisco -
in dispute owing to the ,confusion 'Carrollton will has it been so thoroughly A cablegram from Paris 'eye J The city Other,trades unions, however, were gen says r Professor John LcConte, of

growing out of the Mexican grants. oil mill and guano soon factory have; a$30,000 cotton seed ha organized says Colonel] Livingston; on Friday the forward first of to May in, a day anx.louslylooked erally represented. the State university of California, is-

'arty the forgeries of Spanish deed I been raised for it, and the remainder. I'ud I know of no organization that its usual many quarters dead.
presented smiling suNDAY's
$20,000 will be subscribed In all its branches U to perfectly con- I aspect UKETIKOS. The eighteenth annuat convention of
i fl) at have been prevalent at once.The with the exception that thire was a stir
nected. The attendance I
All the lecturers from the state A London cablegram says:
district No. 7
lodge IndependentOrder
grind ,
wheat crop of Carroll county i II re somewhat more lively than usual in the
lecturer to the sub-alliance lee tree, instruct at the labor meeting at Hyde of B'Nai Brith convened in Mo-
Boston is Ole only city in the world, ported to be fine, better than for severalyean the members in the purposes of the quarters which are inhabited hy the so- Park Sunday is variously estimated at bile Ala. ,
put. Farmers are up with their order without conflict of called working classes-in other words, from The in Monday
jar or to 80,000. procession
the New York World where any
avert a 20,000
work The Chamber of Commerce Association
notwithstanding the bad winter.A opinion. Durirg the summer grand artisans laborers and the minor class of i Connection with the meeting included

ieaofrrapbia account of every session ferro-manganese farnace bas been decided rallies will\ be held at a umber of places employes. The city, in fact, seemed to worker or all trades, and was miles of HiddlcsboroughKy., was organizedin

sf.Its Common Council is preserved in upon for Rome. A number of cap. In the state. The rallies will embrace be in an active state of siege, for in addi long. A resoluti italist have the matter under serious nine counties tion to cavalry and police pitrols the moved. prominent men in town as charter members.
: the municipal archives. Every motion, con or ten ); prominent alliance- labor day of eluht hours was
debate remark ia temptation{ and the furnace will be established men from the eut and west will be present many infantry regiments garrisoned in From various dispatches it i* ascertained .
argument, at an early date. and deliver addre aes. Among them I the city were held underarms,.with rifles that in general quiet prevailed in the Dr. W II. Boiling, one of the most.,

jotted down' by the official stenographer. The Gurgle Pacific is arranging a will be Jeie Simpson, of Kansas. Harry loaded, through the night. Acting upon continental countries during the day. A prominent physicians in the south, and

.- schedule to go into effect on May loth, of Texas; Dr. O. W. Macune or the theory that an ounce of prevention number of labor meetings were held in Dean of the University of Louisville,

by which the time from Atlanta to Memphis Presided Polk, from' the east-perhaps is worth a pound of cure the police dur- Berlin, and passed resolutions favoring a Ky., died Tuesday morning. lie was.

Of the: 478 ministers who left the will bejtho shortest ever made. In- both-and other noted ailiancemen. The ing the mo niog arrested about 300 anarchists compulsory eight-hour labor day. They fifty-one years of ago.

' Established Church of Scotland at the stead of nineteen hours, as at present, good to be accomplished will be that socialists and other persons com were conducted in an orderly manner. On Saturday three hundred men em-

Disruption forty-two the New York but fifteen hours will be required for the southern members will better' realize ing under"the category of "dangerous The city was guarded by mounted In- ployed at thq Jones lumber\ mill in Pitt
trip. that their fellow alHancemcn of the for
fantry. county, North Carolina, struck ten
. Independent learns, are still Jiving in Governor Northern has offered a rewardof east and went are working with themto SEVEN PERSONS KILLED. THnotionotrr EUROPE. hours as a day's work instead of from

.Switzerland, while a few others are $100 for the capture of Eli Napierwho accomplish a common purpose." News come from Fourmies, Franco The princ pre towns in Germane, Holland sun rise to sun set Their places are being

.living in other countries. Dr. Beith, murdered Joel M. Holmes in Clay county Tile Geortia Melon Gr.w r.. that one-half of the workingmen thero and Switzerland were on Sunday the supplied. Jones announces that he-

,who :was ordained recently. The county officers wrote the The recent meeting of the Georgia Mel attended to their dutis Friday, The remaInder scenes of demonstrations; of workmen It will close the mills rather than employ
sixty-eight yeango governor that Napier had escaped into on Growers' Association* at Albany,_wa' about 4,000, abstained from favor of the eii ht-hour movement. I.. them.

is one, of them. Alabama, but a reward of $100 would in one of tho largest ever held. Delegates work and were very' noisy, marchingabout Ilamburz 30,000 persons, one-tenth ot The kitchen car of a construction trainon

all probability lead to his arrest. were on hand from all parts of the melon the streets singing, shouting, etc. whom were the wives and sweethearts of the Chattanooga Southern railroad at.

,Engllih newspapers complain] that Forsyth goes for public, schools by a belt, from :Macon to Q itmaD'.. The crop During the day there was a bloody collision I the workmen, paraded through the Duck Creek, Sidney, Ga., was burnedup

the, military defence of the British vote of 180 to 26. The citizens are rejoiced Is so much larger than ever before, that between the miners and police, in suburbs of Horn, the delegates from the Monday night, consuming four negro-
the Ii'rowrrl8re anxious to perfect means which seven persons were killed and workmen's societies keeping excellent the head and
Meadows cook
beyond measure. feel that
t Empire,costs many millions per annum They for its distribution. The question of men-King ,
Torsyth has at last itself in twelve wounded. order. John Will Browder and Walter-
placed tho Harvey,
r \ than that of France Germany rates is already settled on last
more years'basis
line( of progressive and increasing pros- A RIOT IN nOll: :&. nt DUBLIN. Milo, assistant cooks. How the accident
of 8 mill ton mile to Ohio river
,or' Russia. Either France or perity.> They look for an influx of solid and all thtt per remains to be done A cablegram from Rome, Italy snys: Ten thousand workmen of Dublin occurred is not known, as the car-
Germany, It is asserted, could put Population "Hi before long double the il to grow, the crop and market it. A A meeting of the workingmen took place marched in procession to Phoenix Park, was in an isolated locality.A .

,200,000; men into the field in much less of the town.: 'committee was appointed by suggestion Friday near the church or tho San Gio where they held a meeting at which a dispatch from Asheville, N. C.'says i

Colonel Tip Harrison is still tugging from the different shipping points. This vanni. Five members of tho chamberof solution demanding a work day of. In addition to the election for mayor and
Umo nd with smaller effort than
way at the applications for widows' committee meets in two week. It was deputies _were present. An anarchist light hours was passed. aldermen, Asheville voted on the ques-

would, be required to,mobilize 80,000 pensions, which arrive, in Increasing stated that the southern railroads bad speaker violently urged his hearer to attack TUE MURDER OF WORKMEN. tion of appropriating $025,000 for city

hi :England.: numbers daily. There are 1,800 applications been notified by those north of the Ohio the police. The mob stoned the A dispatch of Sunday from Paris says: improvements$ OOOOO, for street paving

in up to date, and it is now quite river,that unless the growers stopped troops; stationed in the neighborhood. The details of the labor troubles at $100,000 for additional powerage-

.TheAxlzonam, Legislature has passed certaIn the total number will not stop shipping unmarketable melonsthe, freight Some of the rioters hurled stones at the ourmies immensely] heighten the political and $25,000 for public schools. The appropriations

a law, proddIng that a reward of short of 4,000\ and then the legislature, rates would be raised. In aome troops; from the windows of houses. At importance of the incident. The were carried by 1,223
which only provided for the payment of eases railroads have to dump the the same time the infantry'were orderedto fact that six women several children and against 412.

,1300'shaHbe paid for every Indian 600 will have to provide some mean bywhich melons, and lose the freight charges, storm the houses from which he stones eight men were killed on the spot, while Sales of leaf tobacco on the Danville' ,

killed while carrying arms. The all can be paid, or there will be along consequently they would have to raise had been thrown. SIgnor Barziloi, memo twenty were seriously wounded, several Va., market, for April were 40,552,000-

Atlanta[ Constitution protests that and loud cry of disapproval from ho rates to cover that loss. It was the bar of the chamber of deputies, Signor fatally, gives the affair the character of a pounds, as increase of nearly! 3,000,000
one end of the state to the other. of the melon Cipriani, socialist leader, and twenty-five
"this simply murder. Few sense growers present thata massacre. The soldiers were merely pounds over the sales for April last year.
encourages State Chemist G. F.. Payne makes pubic rigid inspection of melons by the railroads others were wounded. One man was exposed to stone-throwing:, but they replied The average price was $13.12 per hun
Indians can resist tho temptation to the following card through the At- I at shipping points would keep bad killed outright by the gendarmes' fire with successive volleys from their dred pounds, the largest average pricefor

carry guns and pistols., Under the anta Constitution: "I have had recent' melons] out of the northern cities, and do and one gendarme was stabbed to death new Lcbcl\ rifles, inflicting frightful several years. Sales for the first seven

present law designing white men I II inquiries from a distance in regard to the much to prevent the markets from being by the rioters. Altogether 100 persons wounds on their victims. Parliamentarycircles months of the present fiscal year were 26,.
I gypsum deposits in this state. Know. glutted. By a rising vote, the association were arrested. Nine soldiers' and five view the affair as shaking the 000,000 pounds, an increase of 7,775,000(

,Will make Indians presents of cheap leg that your valuable paper stands ever pledged itself to ship no melons i civilians were wounded. position of the ministry. Labor centers over the same period last year.

firearms and then murder them in ready to give the heartiest aid in any development under eighteen pounds said adopted a I TflB STRIKE ON IN HEW TORS. throughout France are profoundly moved, Ex-Governor Thomas Crittenden of

order to get tho reward." of the resources of tho state, I resolution requesting railroads not to accept 'The threatened strike fixed for May and public meetings at Paris, Marseilles, Mississippi, was stricken Tuesday night\

t- respectfully request that you will be so for shipment melons under eighteen 1st began in earnest in New York Friday Lyons and elsewhere are being organized with a fatal illness. He is suffering froma
kind as to call tho attention of the own- rounds, deformed, sunburnt, green or "housesmiths" to protest against the precipitate actionof
There are now under vino culture morning, so far as are I ruptured blood vessel at the base,of the
ers of such deposit to this matter, that I overripe, without the prepayment of concerned, and with them all the incidental the authorities. brain and also from uraemio poisoning.The .
In :America 400,000 acres, of which be able their freight charges. The convention adjourned -
may to secure names and trades are out. It is reported thatat CHEAP LABOR.A attending physicians say his recov

about 800,000 acres are bearing. The ddrcsaes." June to meet before in Albany the on the 8d of least 4,500 men representing the different later dispatch from Pittsburg, Pa., try is impossible. Governor Crittenden

tstlmated value of the vineyards and No definite decision has been reached!, just shipping season trades, ae on a strike. says: The expected sensation of the served in the union army during the civil

wIno cellars is "$155,000,600. In California as yet as to the disposition of the female II I I opens.THE THE!: STRIKE AT PITTSBCRO. week is the promised importation of war as lieutenant colonel, was elected to

convicts of the penitentiary. Some time | SECRETARY TALKS. The long-threatened elght-. our strike 7,000 workmen from different parts of congress in 1872'aad'' again in 1870, and

there are 160,000 acres under ago, it i/ill be remembered, the lessees I i I In the building trades was inaugurated at the eas(. It is aid that many will be elected governor in 1800, -

Tine culture and a largo proportion of went to the governor and talked over Confident That Uncle Sam Will 'ittsburg, Pa. Tho leader of the carpenters negroes and Italians Tbe operators A Nashville dispatch of Tuesday says;

the grapes produced are mado into with him the matter of the disposition of claim 8,000 men within the limits have little to cay except that they must Tom Smith, now under lOjOOO bond in

''wine. Most of the in these convicts. They all agreed with Pay Off All Obligations.A of the twelve-mile district as being out. run their plants somehow, while the citizens the circuit court of Lincoln county, for

, grapes grown the governor's idea of the necessity of dispatch of Friday, s >ys: Secretary Of these, it is said 1,000 will continue at generally are indignant that steady, the killing of young John Brooks about
New York State are sold for food. Ihe the separation of the sexes in the penitentiary Foster, in speaking of financial mutters work on contracts that must be completed skilled labor seems about to be driven three years ago, about a young lady, is

total production of wine in (he United ; but, as stated at the time, said that in his opiuipn the govern leaving at the outside not more from the field by this threatened invasion reported to have killed James Waketteld,

States during tho past is about those lessees, who have operated the ment would be able to take care of all its than 2,000 men on strike Df ignorant and by no means desirable whom she married since the first killln .
year broom factory, have lost money by It- obligations and that, in addition to laborers. Wakefield and the lady were on their
'iO.000,000 gallons. $2,600 the first year and $1,000 the $230,000.000 of bonds already retired by CT CHATTANOOGA. -- way to McDowell's Mills, near Pulaski,

second year; and they are in something this administration, it would, in his opinion Union carpenters, painter ana boiler THE FAMILY OBJECTEDTo to visit her father, when Smith met them

The emigration of! Russians to Bra- of a quandary u to what they shall do. add a considerable amount in.thu two makers of Chattanooga went out Friday killing Wakefield and firing twice at ,his-

til bas,taken on extraordinary proportions. There Is a spot in Haralson county over yean that remain. Concerning the $100,- morning. The painters demand nine the Old Man's Marrying wife.

Tho German steamship cornpa- which the shadow of an evil angel seems 000,000 legal tender redemption fund In hours and $2 25 per day. and The carpenters Again. Florence, S. C., was treated to a sen-
hour ninehours
to rest, and which is blackened by the the treasury, the secretary said that be demand 80 cent per A sation Max
dispatch from Ducktown, Tenn., Tuesday. Gumpert, one of
Plea bare bad to organize a special did condition of day. Eighty carpenters and forty
of Cain. On this six not expect that any per
, curse spot, tragedies struck and the striker states that a very bloodthirsty and revolting the largest merchants in the city, wastaken
service far the transportation of have, from time to time, been committed affairs would arise which would make it painters their will be doubled. battle and crime took place Monday from his store and whipped in.
Russians -six: : human lives have been blotted necessary for the government to touch it. Allege ranks front of the .
to Wolf
desiring go to Rio de There is excitement the evening, at Creek. The causes postoffice by Stackley Bros.,
He Intimated however that this fund no attending
out forever. It is remarkable ,
I that which led two other
Janeiro. The Russian Government to the affair are as follows: merchants. The cause is un-
: these tiagedies all occurred within a radius might bo used without legislative actionin trike. Old known
man Bell, tha great-grandfather of but the trouble it believed to tithe -
has been concerned at this movementand of a mile and a half, near the old case of absolute necessity to prevent ALL QUIET IS THE COAL REGIONS.A the Bell generation, is a very o'.d! gen- result of a too free use of the tongueby -

has established a system of sur- Piney Woods Hardshell church, whichwas any discredit to government obligations. telegram from Washington, D. C., tleman and a man considerable means. Gumpert. Gumpert was most 8everely-

'jrelllanca upon the German frontier to built about sixty year ago. Elder THE SMALL CUASOE. says: From a great number of dispatches A few weeks ago his wife suddenly died. thrashed. lIe has had warrants issued

chesk it. In Robert Speight dedicated the church, The first of the steps contemplated by from labor centers throughout the country All his people strenuously objected to his for the Stackley boys, charging them.
bway\ several bun.
and has been pastor sixty year The Secretary Foster for getting subsidiary the following is condensed: No demon- taking another helpmeet, but still\ the old with aggravated assault and battery,and.
dreds af would-be emigrants have cemetery at Piney Woods is the largestin coin now in the treasury into circulation traiion whatever was nwde at any point in man thought ho knew best. Therefore, suing for $10.000.

been arrested'and forced to turn back. Haralson or adjoining) counties and was taken Friday when the following he Pennsylvania anthracite coal regions. he took unto himself a girl about seven

the graves of the six murdered men and notice signed by United States Treasurer At Trimble, 0., 1,100 miners struck teen years of age, and together they NORTH CAROLINA VETERANS-

Nearly 160,000 miles of railroad are all who were killed accidentally: can bo Nebecker was prepared at the treasury for advanced wages. They are dividedon went to occupy the old homestead. This .

Inactive found there. department, and will be lent to \banks the eight-hour question. incensed his children so that they decided Preparing: for a Grand Reunion.
operation in the United States
Atlanta merchant are kicking against throughout the United State: At Brazil: Ind. 2,000 miners are out. to see what there was in white cap 'I. Next Month.
estimates the Detroit Free Press, and the enforcement of an ordinance passed "Ihe coinage of standard silver dollars Wages are the principal Issue.A methods, and after the bride had been

they employ,. about 8,000,000 people In at a recent meeting of the city council. authorized by the act of February dispatch from Ottumwa, I*., says ushered into the happy and contented There will be a reunion of the survivors ..

Various capacities. During the last The ordinance, which is to prevent the 281878, having been discontinued by the miners of southea-tein Iowa laid home, a wild and unruly mob assembled of the confederate army in North
obstruction of sidewalks, provides: the act of July 14, 1890, tho treasurer down tbelr'vols Friday night and say at the Bell residence. Carolina in August The reunion will be

year $1.000,000,000 was spent in railroad "That no person occupying any store, finds It Inconvenient to furnish them hey will not take them up again until! TUB BRIDE WHIPPED. held at Wrightsville, on the coast, on the-

freights, and, figuring upon a stall, shop or other place of business otherwise than in tho redemption of silver ordered to do so by the jpn"' me officersof No camp grounds of the North Carolina state
sidewalk but will their union. They declare they are demonstration was made, however, guard, and immediately followIng the-
basis of. 63,000.000 this shall obstruct the In front of cert'flcates or treasury notes,
until the
crowd began to feel the effects
the place so occupied by him or the view forward silver half donor quarters and not on a strike, but, have merely suspended annual encampment of that organization.
would make $16 fur I of whisky and then everbody to
every manwoman from tho street to or across the sidewalk dime to any address free of cost for work.Between began The state had 130,000 soldiers in the war
aDd child in the feel like fighting. The women of the -more in proportion to its
country "This sum, bj placing goods of any kind on or over transportation by express ia aura of (200 5,000 and 6,000 miners in the Bell household disguised themselves and population
calculates tho Free Press, 'would the sidewalk, or allowing such goods to or mure, or by registered mail in packages Pa. district struck than any other southern state. Of
pay I Pittsburg, on ques-- politely requested wife No. 2 to
accompany this number about
remain on or over such sidewalk longer of $70 in exchange for other kind of I Sff.OOO were killed
tho National debt the strike having
or supply free education ion; of wastes, nothing them outside. There
they strippedher while fighting for their and it is
than is really to get the goodsor deposited in the treasury or the : cause,
- necessary money to do with the tight-hour day It is to the waist, tied her to tree and
to all the children: in the a estimated that there are now fully 40,000
country other article into or away from such subtreasury or depositary bonk. RemIttances this will be settled satitfactoriiy.)
possible proceeded to administer about 100 lashes
tot a long period." places of business receiving or deliv-i for this will be received survivors of the state troops. An immense
purpose in the
In Pittsburg 3,500 men, employed almost killing her. Among the
spectators crowd will be this is
ering such goods or articles. by the treasurer andI1.taot treasurer in present, as
I various building trades, urn idle on the was one John B.illow, who witnessed the the first reunion of the North Carolina
The Cincinnati Commercial Gazette n... for'''ol''aoo. and Atlaatle. the form of drafts on any bank or banker eight hour demand. The same condition whole performance. After the whipping
troops. Many prominent will be.
U strongly urging the authorities of The light of hope dawn on the Ma- io Washington, New York Boston, pre, Ue in all towns and cities in western next day, Ballew was brought up u wit- present, and will add interest men to the
occasion -
and Atlantic railroad, and this line Philadelphia, Cincinnati: Chicago, fc-t. Ohio and West Yirjiata
that to con Pennsylvania, ness against the women white and
city Investigate the merits of cape by speeches Great preparationsfor
may soon be out of the hands of the Louis" hew Orleans or Ban FrancUco. within a 100 miles radius from Pitts- swore that he saw the whole affair, and entertainment will be made tho
brick by
pavements before letting any receiver This is one of the roads that burg. the justice committed them. of which
people Wilmington
more contracts for street raving It the Macon Construction Company undertook I AMICABLY ADJUSTED.A At Duquoin, 111., one of the p'aceiwhere MET THEM WITH A WINCHESTER. c.1JlUIle located.A placethe

ihnt brick to build, and spent about $1,000,000on the miners demand: an eighthourday
ays pavement are going the work of construction. It was Threatened Strike Which Did 1,500 mIners are out. They also This made the Bell gang mad, and the

down IA N.vr York, Philadelphia and propoaed to run it from Macon to Savan Not Materialize.A demand wiekly payments. result was that they vUited Ballew' DEMENTED LORD

'Columbus, and It mlglt have added Dab: A great deal of work has been I Three At Cincinnati aud Philadelphia no house, intending to give him a sound -
( Chattanooga dispatch says; thrashing, but they failed. Mr. Ballew Makes a Corpse of Himself Witha
Chicago Binltitffteld.: Peoria done on it, and If Macon now subscribes was threa ened strikeof eight-hour demand: has disturbed the
week there a
many only $180 000 the road wil be completed ago building trades but at Covington Ky., had a Winchester, and when called to Razor.ALondoncablegrams'ys.
ether towns and miner in all the mines of the Coal
elites of the West his door and informed
of the
;iQ It a near day. The Macon and Savannah district eked the car, enter have struck for nine hours, object of : Lord James
Creek and Jellico They
Insist' that these their midnight visit, he emptied the
pavements are Construction Company was organized for increase of 20 cent on the with ten bout' pay. I Douglas, brother of the Marquis of
an per contents of his rifle into the crowd
sore durable and cheaper than any with a capital stock of $1,000,000, of winter scale, wben they knew that the A dispatch frpm Columbus. Ohio says Jebn Bell! and killing 1 Queensberrv, committed suicide Tuesday
Jther which the Macon Construction Company the out of 13,000 miners employed in the fatally wounding six by cutting his thnat with
available .
kind.- They have the summer prices .f coal were lo-s than a razor. "Me
or eight did
agreed to pay $, OOOOO. The balance of winter rate. Considerable] trouble w. Hocking Valley and Sunday: Creek districts They not expect Lud" had been traveling from Ireland
further advantage of being; easily : subscribed in Savannah New The remainder this kind of a reception, and
very stock wa better and only 1,500 are working. during the night, and behaved in such
feared but the sense prevailed a>
qi.-ntly took to their heel and fled
and cheaply and other northern the result of a conference for
repaired. York points. arc waiting
I the irike failed to materit ire. Th"men their lives. Int-nse excitement strange manner that the railroad officials,
-- .- Dlffemee. the o'd wale with. the owner on the wage. prevail noting thit he was in'a de-
Quits a are at work in the mines at in Ducktown and vicinity and it is apparently
expected -
Daring the military manoeuvres at Captain L Hermann has in his posses- of prices. Information was received qUC4Li..D that more bloodshed will follow.At mented condition, ordered one of the
fiproitrtw, (1el'mall", one of the guu- siqn auIntercattag relic of twenty-five from the mine Monday that everything At Wheeling, W. Va., 1,000 of the present everything is quiet. The company'employes to accompany m to
is the bi 1 of sale of five work to await a settlement London. Upon his arrival
Hers fecreily tUppcd! a stone weighing yean ago. It amicaMy settled, and no trouble ws parties connected with the affair are all in the city,
bale of cotton made by Guilmartin is experienced on May 1st, and none i* now wages question Lord James Douglas put up at a hotel
five( piinuil lutQ his gun before the Co., of Savannah for L Hermann Co. feared, for the present at least. I At Louisville, Ky., Labor Day seep drew and subsequently eluded his attendantand

blank cartridge and filed It at tho Tour of these bale weighed 1,807 pounds.and '-- ----- out probably the largest parade people.Falsifyingl'heir cut his throat.
sold' at 41 cents, making a total of The day Was pleasant and wit* made a Report.
mlmie! enemy. The result, fortunately, $740.87. Tho fifth bale wa '"mixed. Boyd Ousted. general holiday by all manufacturing establishments -- Want the Troops Removed.

was not so wiloun aa might have been It weighed 495 pounds and was sold at Edward E Gedney, president the
Dispatcher of Tuesday from Lincoln, At Kansas City there was nothing to North Hiver bank in New York
expeq'o-l.' of the soldier were 35 cent$17IJ.2 Tbe five bale brought City On Tuesday the workingmen's
'I he internal revenue tax was Nebraska states that t e Supreme Coail tad.ear! that it was Labor Day; white at and C t>hier Frank Ingersoll placed delegates
hurt ben tliivo horses vote killed and :9$194.19.cent pound, or10.0"- and the hits rendered a decision nnae.tillBoyd/ Topeka, K.n.. the day w.a generalllc.baencd under arrest :Monday afternoon on a lepresentii.g all the trades and labor -

the bore vt the gun ruined. Tho culprit per weighing, insurance, commission (Pemncta ) from the Governorship, aud by cia*>e* u a bolidny.Throughuu bench Wilt ant. They are charged with circles of Fourmie, France called
storage the
w.n a>cti Uined 10'1)0 one, Studs ttc., added to' the revenue, declaring Thayer Qovwnor.CXTTDta .....- Colorado. New )aicoaod falsifying th but little aotico *** taken of l b requear, that in view of the
Wyoming nk, mail 27 1S8D. The
of tLo Fifth Held amounted t-> $77.44,leaving a net balance September ,
lie peaceful attitude
Artillery, will of $S8S 68 for tile five balea. The cotton BID or A BOB*.| the "ay, and there was BO suikrs of any complaint In the cs was made by thereceiver of the inhabitant of
be court' mi\tlaiu.i\ l, aril, It |a to bo import lice of the bank Frank Foams es since Labor Day, and in order
4d the 28th of IMS. lead a aI.
was* on September, Just me your ear for moment 10 avoid the
tiopud, c-militants the New Orleans Quite. difference in the price then and )fr. Hkka. At SpricgfieM: IlL. a'l coal miner In Ge.tney and Ingrrtoll both gave tail io b'. the possibility of further trou-
sub district about l,5Mj( % regiment of soldier which fired
the Springtaeid 'be rum of '13.' 00
Proryun. mash such to bear
1 won't do It. If want
al.x.uple| of now you la number, are id... Theope( 'at-ispoi: l upon the people on May Day should be
that ki, luurddiuu I n. ARI*.e. Leetar.n.The your lf talk you'll have to 11II4t t"ur
actUm removed to
may uut /h.daitaturt a notice that heRd er trey will pay blk You should subecrfbefor fU tome other part of Franca
of the Farmer to al.WlaU papa
diatrct lecturer own farL They are big enough
) I (0 cetiUper Loll over aa inch sad a qua.. sad lee what U going cm in the world. The perfect after consultation with the
Alliance viU be selected Mao eth. Qa fOil hays to *aj. major, acceded to the request.



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jury in. presenting: 1n\hclmen.tIirio-pcct.:
VINDICATED. fully\ ontimilted, -\1J.r.G. $65

It. Vennard, T. W. CMtt man, It possible ftret-ctasa Sugary with SlIvor-pUt Dash Rnll, Seat

O. Carrier*, W L. Saxon,. Rail Handles, Hub.. Bands and Shaft Tips for Above price
Pavid Stuiut; G. C Lofnye .
O. A. Ilootett, Jr. John Jackson rr ] > CO ,.. I

GRAND JURY E. Gauche, Paul J, Christian, S. H. Graham E'liile E. Haley. > 0( > !2 < o.f> 01
On the Lynching of the Italians. ... (J !
.The People Sustained. : !
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a w 'a ro C
Dun & Co.'s Report of Trade for

After six! : weeks' Investigation/ the New the Past Week. \ f-o( 0 o.f> ."IJ{ CCIo I

.Orleans grand jury completed its labors R. G. Dun & Co.'* review of trade for WI I W rc ... m :0'- 0 % >"
on the Hennessy case and the killing ol week ended May 1st, sa1t Business is : "

the Itilians at tho parish prison,. by pre. large in Volume and sustained by general 0' to 0
tenting a special rep rt Tuo day after confidence as to the future.' It is an encouraging 2'J 0
? noon. It is a very long document. Three symptom that the market for L 0 m '' "> 7
thousand words at the beginning devoted brcndsluflfc has broken and wheat is nearly !. N ""
C r
to the subject of the alleged bribe G cents per bushel lower than a week ..1 I i LOG LUMBERYARD
try of tho jury which tried the Italians. ago; oat, 3 cents, and corn 1} cents Write for our New 8O page Catalogue of all kinds of Vehicles. G ITY'TRUC{ S =+ ; ,
The grand jury is emphatic in the expression lower. Wheat and flour exports from AddressSOUTHERN a SPRING WAGOflSj/

of the assured conviction that Atlantic ports continue far behind thoseof BUGGY CO.

the result of that trial was due to tampering last year, and while the reports of PAfNT
with the jury by Detective O'JIal- foreign crop prospects aro not favorable, CINCINNATI OHIO U.S.A. / HUCnIN.T LADIES CHAISE. ,, I1a

ley and others a.socuted! with and employed there is really no reason to anticipate any -- . ,,' -.. al ,
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by him. Regarding this the report shortage or unusual demand from abroad PATENT CHMSC BRAKE\VEl 1L

says: prior to those of the current crop year.
"Cut: sufficient evidence was offered by fhe possible demand next ,year has to ,

,voluntary and reliable witnesses to justify meet it ,an exceptionally favorable crop FISH BR2S WAG!!N G5 >
the indictment of six men, as follows! outlook. 'L

"Thonvii AlcCrystol and John Cooney, Trade at most western points and south RACINEWIS. .
with C. C. O'Malley, for attempting to ern points is encouraging this week. Bet

bribe a talesman, and Bernard Glaudi, ter weather helps at almost all western ,
Charles Granger and Ferneard Armeant, points. Trade is improving at Louisville. IlHlttbt GE Eli .
for attempt by each to bribe three differ Nashville and Atlanta, with decided BeeltktllltEll196bBEE ; Y''U'nE( are making a specialty this season of what -,

ent talesmen. These parties are clearly strength at St. Louis, though for the u we call our PARAGON: HARNESS.Made & tI e.

shown to have been intimate with O'Mal week barely fair at New Orleans. At of the fiNEST STOCK and the very .
ley informed of all doings, and wereactive Pittsburg the glass business activeand '
workers in the jury fixing business Bessemer iron is 60 cents higher. The WORKMANSHIP. Such a harness ,

generally. We are prompted to express great industries are in better shape. It cannot be bought for lees than $25. : c ,

ourselves in deprecation of the hesitationof is a hopeful sign that, notwithstanding LARGEST at retail. But we are willing i ,.. ,

many of our citizens to be connected the addition of many furnaces, which uNSUR CiNG h In order to Introduce It, to ::/ \\ J-
with criminal prosecution by seeking relief have been idle for a mouth or two, the < FOR ;" 0' #o l>"" .'"
w SELL ONE SET ONLY from jury and law- of pig iron is well sustained > ,( '
duty. Intelligent : price fairly ToNEToucH PiANO FACTORIES $ fl' ''II f4
abiding citizens, with those engaged in I and the demand for finished products of to one person as a / 0'e. \\

various enterprises of business and trade, iron and steel ii more 'encouraging. IN sample for ( :
must recognize the obligation, without Woolen manufacturers still hesitate, apparently qN0 INiS e e ,. w THE'Oo 16.50. (\ d- '\ ..,..,... }., .,

which the guilty too often go unpun because producers are inclinedto S j +_'h' ,<,'1"\ \ ):! .

ished." ask higher prices for the new clip oi / ___ 0 '. 't ,..''' <'1<, <,"" -V
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The report then sets forth o' raney'. wool than tho manufacturers can pay, but C9 \ /"o' ...t o "t.o., ",'J::"Jt.O'o
criminal record previous to the Ilenncgsy there is a belief that the consuming de. & ; : -:: .

murder, from which .it appears that he mand for goods must be as large as it ,..",, / V'... '''.4i ,.:,..", .'((' -4t'" <>" t"6 1'f1"! f\'1", ,fjI'. .:'\) ?.:.1:1vo' ,

served a term in the workhouse at Cleveland ever has been in any previous year and p ."f-\ : .V

0., in 1875, for petty larceny, and clothiers, though very cautious hitherto, OUR NEW IMPROVED SINGERHIGH "' ,. ,.!O. ";,,. : ."t.. '\. ,, '
; y>\ $
that ho was afterwards indicted in New i begin to act upon that belief. The shoe : :
Orleans for perjury in connection with trade still retarded by uncertainty as (/) A A1 ; (
re ..::7 Y' ",' ,p. J "
that case, was indicted in the United to prices for tho future, but is nevertheless rave_ "" <- 0',01'' . f.oP'P } .s
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'States court in New Orleans for perjury, fairly active. .. (II" '/:: ,, \: i

but was acquitted owing: to the timely There has been some financial irritation J :S'I

f disappearance of an affidavit; was con- daring tho week owing to statements I11 C2..
victed to the parish prison for attempted made by Mr. Leech, director of the 'I >iR h .... 1'1:u THIS IS ONE OF THE 40 STYLES WHICH WE MAKE.

blackmail; was five times convicted and mint, as if by, authority of the treasury i ;tI.a J .
eentenced for carrying concealed weap- department; and the latter statement by !" A' a 0i'c
ons; indicted twice and convicted once Secretary Foster has not entirely removed v..' F z
of assault and battery and twice indicted the feeling of apprehension. The treasury >

,attempting to prevent witnesses from has but little money available to meet _WILLETS- >jCO.t.PHILA.! PA.-- 0 2m

appearing and testifying. any emergency in the money market, and CURED; 're.W.wflh.nct by maiL, 0"c
A thousand words are devoted to discussing has paid out but little during tho past EITS a LARGE TRIAL DOTTLE. a "aa -
the immigration question, and week. But gold continues to go abroadin FpiWmy DON'T SUFfER z M > IL
rather G otOffic .ndA plai.. -
then the report deals with the lynching large amounts, and while the
HAU CHEMICAL CO..3860 Falrmount Av... Phil.Pa e
affair as follows "In the of collapse in speculation in wheat tends to .. I
presentation =-= -" .. S me
the main features given to us as evidence, help exports. it is possibly too late to CINCINNATI Shor:,stand:; .

condensed as far as possible by the selection have much effect at present. Merchandise THE LABOR WORLD Quickest :
o _
of the most important portions of Inquiry exports from New York continue
and Pullman Palace "1 ;
have referred to the larger than a but are Wy X11
we mainly evidence year ago, imports CHICAGO his Chinese baker Can without
the trial of the also remarkably large and there is a Sleeping through change,
bearing upon OAKLAND (Cal.) hcxlcarrlers get 15. making direct connection No. 165, STAR GEAR SPINDLE BODY.
'nine accused in section "B" of this honorable prospect of heavy exports of gold for XATVIIAI. WOOD rlNinil OR FA1HTIO
NIWARK N. J., bas 434 union batten. CENTRAL UNION
court, but directly connected with some months to come. Lowers (Mass.) women are orgsnlzlne.KBW .. DEPOT for ST I LOUIS Quilt on Honor. Entirely different from Cheap Western'
all these circumstances are terrible events Failures for the week number 223. with Work. Live Dealers wanted. Territory given.
YORK has 8000 union clockmakers.NswYonE And the WEST, and Through car .
transpiring on the 14th of March last, For the corresponding week of last year a. '
I line for
bat workmen's free school.
a ,
events which within themselves may be 'the figure was 189. TXAUT dispatchers will meet at Toledo, CHICAGOan and the K I N QMA N, STURTEVANT I & LARRABEE
charged as directly traceable to the miscarriage '

of justice as developed in the "I AM THE BOSS." Ohio BROOEXTIT has a Workmen's Dramatia also with through car NORTIIWEST, j jC1RRl GE IRO SLEIGH BUIlDS Si"{ -
verdict rendered March 13th. We
on are Club. Tine* for V' -- .. -
deeply impressed with the serious charge A Significant Speech of Ger- BROOKXTIT framers get forty-flvs cents an and Point fn Canadaand SEND FOR FULL CATALOGUES. OINCHAMTON, N. vas'WE

delivered by your honor to this body on many's Se iperor. hour BUFFALO the East. _.__ __ _____ __' __..0 __h ____ _. ,.
the subject, and at no time since Nsw YORK bakers recently! held a mans
Dusseldorf Germany
A cablegram Only ono change/ of can '
have we lost sight of the necessity of meeting. ARE IN THE
says: At a banquet in his honor LEAD .
all the conditions antecedent to it. We William madea Nsw YORK millwrights bare a tool Ensue Meridian NEW ORLEANS ,
evening Emperor ,
have engaged; ourselves most assiduously Monday ance fund FOR FINE QUALITY AND STYLE OF 'SPRING VEHICLES
significant speech, in which, after Jackson Vickkburir, Points in ,
with the examination of a large numberof NEW YORK has a Children' Jacket Mak ,
witnesses. It is shown in evidence the dilating protection upon his of the desire rights for peace of labor and, and for en' Union. TEXAS I AND 1lP. THE MOST FOR THE MONEY IS OUR MOTTO.
LONDON union. demand the abolishmentof
that the gathering on Saturday, Mach
after expressing satisfaction, at the conclusion via this line afforded
..weatlng.T Passengers are an BEST
14th, embraced several thousand of the ON EOFOUR
of a commercial treaty view Mountain and
a Brotherhood of Blacksmiths has thirty excellent of Lookout
first best and the
even most
Austria he said: "As to.the. home five unions. Historic
surrounding Scenery. MATERIAL
of citizen of this city, assembled-as u OAT A-
which is becoming established, I.
teamsters want
citizens-to discus policy BurrALO r.f. Y.) (4 a day -
the of American
tight shall not deviate a hair' breadth from and Canadians kept out. AND
in public meetings questions of grave the course( I have adopted. I alone and LOXDOH'S 2000 bookbinders demand the S. O. RAY, S. E. Pus*. Agt., Atlanta LOQUESFULLYIL .

import. We find the general sentiment master in this country, and nobody else. abolishment piece work. On. WORKMANSHIP -
among those witnesses, and also in our His emphatic language in regard to the TRCNTOIT N. J.) street car hands had theIr D. J. MULLANEY, Div. PM.. Agt., -

interviews with people, that the verdict, treaty with Austria, which Bismarck opposed wages cut fifty cents a day. ChattIlDooj..a. LUSTRATE8'
as rendered by the jury was contrary to and also in regard to home affairs ALABAMA workers kick against, : tho en. D. G, EDWARDS, O. I' & T. A, ,

law and evidence, and secured mainly was evidently directed at Bismarck. croachment of convict labor. CINCINNATI, O. WINS. OUR LINE.
through designing and unscrupulous !, lie London they talk of providing mudo -'- .
agents employed for the special purposeof ATLANTA MARKETS. for laborers during dinner hour. THE SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS RECEIVE BEST ATTENTION.
defeating the ends of justice. At BAIT FBANCIHCO brewery unions have a

that meeting the determination was fund enable men to travel iu search of NEW LEVER SAFETYThe A SAMPLE JOB WILL CONVINCE YOU THAT OUR
shown that the people would not submit WORK
Tax wires of the coke strikers In Pennsylvania
surrender their into
the rights the
to Grain Bud Meal. are said to be the leaders of the present
hands of midnight: assassins and Flonr-First patent $tt SO ; second Pates riots.
their powerful allies. The assassination $6 00 ; extra fancy f 5 7:1: ; fairy $5: BO ; famil RAILROAD business in the South l is null BRIDGEWATER CARRIAGE CO. t
of tho late chief of police $475. Corn-No. 3 white 05a { mixed Wok and large numbers of men are (being die
Oaw-No. li. ....0 ; Ksnua rnm :eO.A.NOxE, V.A...
shows the culmination of the conspiracy. Hay-Choke I charged: to reduce operating expenses .
His death was deemed necessary to prevent proof -c. timothy large dales Tna labor orgnnlzatlons of &ydny, ---- --
$1.20 No. 1 timothy, lareeb.e., $L15 ( ch: ice
the exposure and punishment of timuthy, small bales, LUO; No.1 tunotliy.small Australia, are collecting a fuiul wbere-
criminals whose guilt was being fast establish bales, $1.19 ;No. iiniotny, null>&''en, ${,10. with 19 establish a dally labor paper lu that
by his diligent pur.uit. Thocondtton Mtal-1'lain 8Jt bolted \U'c. Wheat I.rau- city.TICK
ot aSalra as to a certain class of La-lie sacks 41 401 oaudl sack $1 40. Cot'.OI\ :National Organization; [ of the Bookbinders .
teal meal-$13D rur cwt. Btcatu feed-tl 3J of Germany bit decided to admit the
violators of law had reached: such a state, per cwt. Oi iu-J'earl $4 75. worklngwcuien of their trade to all of lU tat L +
that law itself ws well nigh powerlessto btneUU.A % .,/J

deal with tbem. So far-reaching was 42rorcrlea.Coffee wearers are now exempt by law In "'1"J
their power and influence in the trial of o"",, 'Krbutkle.s. 25%) 11100 Kcastit > Ma.sacbu'letAI fro 11 fleas for loiporfoct cloth, :
criminal cases. Good citizens were profoundedly ; Letermir's 25o.: Green-Litr,* ebon hereafter discharge will ba vuu"tltutoJ tar PERFECTION of SIMPLICITYand
impressed by thj repeated and SXVfr: ;choke 23cj; pood :21 1%;tar :tAu; common the 'we.TaB ECONOMY of POW .R.
11j(19c. tag4r-Gcanwaed5jc; off frjuuUej -
Illinois Women's Alliance found
failures of justice. 1 he arts of IOC
signal .
icj;poW the pcrjur r and briber seemed to dominate extra C ie:;yel.ow extra O 4c.. Hynip- N.-w under legal age work ten to fourteen hours alay -
in c arts, paralyzing and rendering O loans cJjo'ca blul.aaea-.du 43@50: *prime :3j4de;uo union for tl a week. VARIABLE STROKE only two sets
1IO((35c. uumo' Cuba 83@3'itaul-
powerless the ends of ,justice. Certainlythis UtioQ E8S3Q. liloe-Cboc: IK" ; grad LZADMO granite producers of the countrymet of Revolving Bearing
was a desperate situation. In the Ql/f;c.'lJlm"u SJ rtiGc; imported Japan 0(<<7a.Bdt in Chicago the other day: to organize fur Beet Hill Climbing and all around SYSTORFS JSHERRSernu,{
meeting above referred to, general mutual: protection. Uelajati drfuiai that a ( a
pubic --tlawley's. dairy $100: Virginia 75c.: Safety made. INSISt E
and spontaneous in character, as truly indicating Clieese--l uli cream, bcudar J3c; flats "trukt" was coot'mpiatel, but intimated Pel
lZYr taint' -- White flab, li.lf tibia that there would be a war no labor unions. f OP O
an uprising of the masses, we ; OA'r.A.LOG> t In.'t a::E: SEAM S
doubt if at the command $4 U); pails ttnc. Boaps-T+loa. 100 bars TaB labor unions of Fort Worth, Terse, TOREKEEP U
any power 75 UM S U03 7% Go) ban 60
( ; luiTnliue Ibs bare purchased land whereupon to .r.-' .
of the authorities would hive beta $:JW.225; UU'W, 60 bar, tOlb,. a.I: SSa3fiO.Candus large meeting baIL The 2UO.UUU orzanUeJworkiozmenof H. B. SMITH MACHINE CO.
sufficient to overcome its intentions. Evi -r.raflna HWc; star 100. Uatchc*- 5ewYork will probably hart HOLYOKC Masse
dence i< before us from official sources iOUl $' 00;300 C3 OO.3; 752W.$200atn.60a: a ball at tM end of the coining llelluiulU..As FOR YOU." =;: r
killed in 'SgrOM *3 79.: .Boda-K"g" balk fi*; t Ib plcK, SMITHVILLE,
that eleven |prisons were the lUi imperial decree bas teen Issued In Ger. .. .---
fcicaara. 1i.a.IIte. / 14 5itto.
attack on the parish prison. In a careful CnKkrr*-XIX soda t oj' XXX butler many forbidding racing on Sundays,an 1 ad. N. J.
examination as to the citizenship of 6X0; Candy-As-crted stick BVJej Press, vininz that the local authorities p. these men, we find that tight of them m.xed llYf. Canned gads-CasirwedmUtt method to be held*only on: working day. M toe teat THE TRAVELERS
were, beyond question, American citizens $6 W'atJ U| imil.,un nuok-iel .3 B5ai 00: .&!- them.o hindering workln;nwn from attending '
moo $a 007 60; F. W.Oysters tl: 20..:U :.a1L.W. Jacksonville I
and another bad "dec'ared his in. Florida.
H60; coin t3QOa375: ; toinatot .175 W. Tax spirit of organization has struck: the ,
tention" in this court which act carries Wdipotaah $"20. BUrch-PeaJ 4c; lamp bell-ringers of the KnzlUn churchd. the Drat
with it a renuuciation of si 1 egianco to his fi'/ici oilPickle. packages HftO; eellaloui U 00. annual meeting of the "Central Council of -
native country. It U a noteworthy fact ., pUu i iIJia. ur mixed p nts$t Wet 40; quarts Church Bell-ringeiV baring been held with "
in connection with the uprising that no $I 50.1 fo. Powder K &>, kts .5 :50! ; U kegs matlegstssn atteadiuz; rvprestmtinz;; The Traveler, corner Bay and Cedar "WANT A "AGON ?
pO $3 00;%keg t1 M. lJw&$1 U jr vl. streets Jacksonville, Fla. A new brick
i: injury whatever was done the to either which person OmciAL estimate of the unemployed: hotel nearest to all railroad sUtions and J I We dave wagons buggies, surrryi. High gnatf u Debt, ,
or property beyond one act, PrerUlcaa. London 1UO.UW; Chicago M.UW Cane steamboat Especially adapted finished modernized
landing u
't'. seemed to have been the object of the Clear rib aides bow 73(o ; ioe-enred bell_ City bOOO; Boston. .OW; Mianeapol'8UOOi' to transient business. Elegantly fur strong, durable, stylish, M
asltmb'a e at the pariah prison. We 8 Sugar-cured bam lu al2 4a, aooording Pars, GI'OOO- New York. TS.UOO: t.l Jui.. Table manufacture can produce. Built on honor by men of DfeU
F. have referred to the large nnmberof to brand aodaTengeCaUaruia 7Lte ) o. brakfaat 20,OOO; Philadelphia, 11.0UO;Cincinnati.i nlihed room, single or en suite. experience. Honesty I III our pollcyj prompt shipment our ,
6tj bacon Lu 1-1'un Han Francisco as good as the beat. This hotel was built
citizens in this demonstration < Jest tot leaf Sol 73JO; Mew Orleans, SWawl Costj
participating Write
. redu.d 6c. Daarir, t&JO.tmma furnished and operated M a $3.00 a day specialty. W. want to know you. us. you
estimated by judges from business "by and by. Send for our )
house rate are now reduced to $3 00 a 'nothing May lead to I
f" 0,000 to 8,000, regarded as a spontane c..aU" Fr".e,. A man nom while the service i better than ever. to reader of this paper.' Hug.tuintoi .
of the The toe ra t was !urea day, catalogue. It b tree every
) ous uprising of this affair makes peple. it a difficult magnitude loet: Egg choioa 13al4o.Teonaaie Batter-;Oa2Aettb eaten ereamtry-r gradestsal5a BOa to plough a field near Mtdelra, CaL One Breakfast from 0 to 9; lunrb from 11 :M ) Wagon: Co.. Binghamton, ft Y.

" task to fix guilt upon any number of the Lhe UJ-1WIa 30.32''Ioao, day recently be found himself surrounded to 2 ZO; dinner from 0:30 to 7:30. ThIs "
."; paniripiDUin fact the act seemed to tbiekeni, lace: :'ioaiae i naaU Il.14o. 0,e+.ed by seven hungry coyotes. He left b the only hotel in JacksonrUl serving "BUILT FOR BUSINESS
" poultry-'roikcyt I7al8oi duct HOI chickens big team and broke in a swift run for the regular meals at these hours. All other f
involve the entire of the
people parish LSa 1riab put a&oeif6:1Oa:100: : per bbl bwSes pcK6. house and work Use the
quit hour liter.
right there. The at least one
t and the city of New Orleans, so prof e !..... 73o pir bah-L iioiu-v-tttntoed 8lOo ire '
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team found
was all ticket save
, it their and extended t-er I. the comb 1o..t2c. Ooioo MOO per bbl; right by the owner, a Travelers' omnibus 1.
- .. sympathy affair. la view 01 Calbase 3'/j tb. JUmori grape 60 lit woman, who told the tenderfoot to go tent each way.E3URTOM.
; ,...cb&T 6LL bark home to his mother, while the
r' these considerations, a thorough examination fiaiahed K. BARR8 i
of the subject has ailed to disclose .!!... .

the necessary facts to justify this grand .1hrba it *dj.-iliddiin*' "11.. Be sure to soicribe for this paper u II I 10 Proprietor.
contains the latest u wi.




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-f THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE. 4- Do what'you promise and people per foot. A three hundred foot LaGrange. ) Ih1

k will soon begin to look upon you well only costing $120. AN'R 0 ;
A DKVOTKD TO TUK,nrvstOPMCXT -. as a man whose word may be relied The Indian River climate and It is quite dry, and a nice rain wouldbe ) 8
Or TV* IXMA.MITER AXD upon. A reputation integrityand oranges have already made this much appreciated by people and J
use WORTH SKCTIOK. veracity is within tile reach of section famous, but our waterpower plants
all, no matter how humble the in the years to come will be (Incbrporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)
Bessie Feaster the
Miss enjoyed services -
Washington Avenue Tituit-Ulc sphere they fill and a good just as great an attraction, if not Authorized capital $100
Office: may of the Christian Endeavor last Sun ... ,000
Florida. is better chosen than greater, than anything the world
Inilia! name to be Paid capital
remained church
L1UVCt great riches. has knowledge of at present day evening. She for up $5OOO
and speaks in high terms of the sermon. Average deposits, $100,000

,PUJlI.18llEn EVERY FIUDAr. Mr. 1'. W. Knapp, of Jacksonville, is
r We started out to write an article FLORIDA'S DISADVANTAGES. going around with s> very nice, improved Transacts a General

on the disadvantages of i Singer sewing machine. All in need of 'Banking

entered at thfr''TIIIIvllle 1l"..tofflc. as SeouidUaM Florida and to urge the applicationof new machines are supplying themselveswith Business
Slall 'The of has ,
a remedy whenever one can be press our State long one.Saturday.
found. As have only been burdened with articles treat
touched two yet matters-wretch. ing of Florida's advantages. It is evening after the picnic, a Largest and Oldest Bank on the Riser
TERMS, Jn''*rl bly In Advance, I upon good many of the young people and a
ed hotels and miserable railroad quite proper that newspapers, the
By Oieok: I'o tnr Order, or One and Two-Cent i disseminators few of the old ones met at Uncle Jake o DIRECTORS
1'ouage Staml's. schedules. There are other disadvantages great of information, JAS.PamouAsoW.B.BARNETT(11'esident

................ ...............,""I.M which retard the development should tell the world of our many Feaster's and had & real pleasant and of the National' Rank:of Jacksonville). J.B.
1Nxuontlu' .................................1.00 of Florida much and peculiar advantages. We have social time until midnight. DnmF.K (Vice-President National Bank of'Jacksonville
Moni6.,.............................u. MMugtoCopy more s.. : ), W. S. GRAHAM and W. B.KhYJ' .
Three' ,........ ...........................110 than either of those' we have men used much of our space in describing Hope to see Mr. Coats start the store BROWN.t
Adciref*in U. B.or Canada,'TrepaldEditor. the favorable conditionsand down at .the depot soonwe hear it CORRESPONDENTS.Seaboard .
Brat to any tioned, but this article is of sufficient many ,. ., National' Bank: of New York and
length, and we will reserve a surroundings which one can whispered around. (I intend to patronize y y National Bank of Jacksonville. aoTITUSVJLLEt

: ..................... WALTER 8. GaaNAB.Ass.oclat portion of our remarks for a future find in Florida and particularly on our own store as soon as it is opened.) :: FLA.

.Edltor& MlUlagcr.C. H.WALTON. issue. the East Coast, and we expect to All are in a hurry for its opening.Mr. -- .

devote even more in the future to Andrew Froscher, one of our most -
THE banks of the St. Lucie river similar articles. We cannot deny enterprising citizens has added to his
We do not of hold.eorretll"nlentl ounelveiireiiponiilnlefof, but we' claim the are being settled however, that, along with the advantages allready large and beautiful place the IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED
our rnipclly. NOTICE
orlnlrnn up very
will be sold at Public Auction on the ((1st First Day of June
communication. ) A. D
tM right to reject any Hundreds of we possess, there disad forty acres southeast of him and will
acres of pineapples ((1801)) Eighteen Hundred and Ninety One at the Court House at Titusville in the
Cemmtinlcatlonllfortitiblloatlon mnitt Iw.'WTlt-and are being planted. No steamer vantages-and serious ones. A have it all fenced very soon. He intends County of Brcvard,'In the State of Florida, or so much thereof as will be necessary
'abn81d ten tilKlnly/In every cane Mile,''*of accompanied the paper only dy tlie has yet entered this noble streamon life In Florida is not entirely a bed making it a pasture at present. He has to pay the amount due for Town Taxes herein set opposite to the same, together

writer'! tmm and a.ldnMW, not nerenMHiyerpvbUcMion faith. business bent; but we understand of roses. The prospective settler our beat wishes for his success. I! with the costa of sale and advertising.
but as a guarantee of good
and investor if he-
the, Sweeney expects to. call is a shrewd Most of our Sunday school scholars
on the people of that section in a man, can detect our weak points. and their teachers went on the excursionto Owner. Description. Amount.

ADVERT1SIKO RATESIl'aJtYEAa. few weeks. In less than ten We believe that if disadvantagesexist Eldora with the Methodist Sunday
years it is far better to hold them II Q Hawley lot 7 Wager's subdivision block A.. .... 2 10
: the productions of the country to the and school of Titusville. One and all agree Unknown nlof lot 1 block Blots ... ... .. .. ... ., .. 00
.One Inch,.,....'10.00 lying on either side of this great up light find a remedy, that the kind invitation extended them Unknown 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 6 and 1 block F.... ...; IS 75
TwOrlnch.... 11.00 Indian River will than to make a futile attempt at A Rowland lots 8 and 10 des deed book J
tributary to exceed by Mr. Ray deserve their sincere thanks W part page<
... ......
Fonrlnch Three Inch,... 2AXM 20.00 j i: those of the entire county of concealment or to gloss them over! and best wishes-which he most 327 block F.... .... .... .... ... .", .. 225
Tire Inch,nr QtwrterCol,...... 30.00 io Perfection we can never attain. certainly .: Unknown lot 1 block J... .... ,. .. ,.. ...a. ... ...! 45
Half! Column. /MOO .r' -day. has. Unknown lot 1 block K.. .. .... .... .. .. "," ... 120
Whole Column,...;100.00 Poets and dreamers may describe Mr. Geo. Hall and sister, Miss Sallie, Unknown Iota block K... ... ... ... 120
Par SIx Months, divide the yearly rate by two WILL the J., T. & K. W. system Florida as a paradise-and whileit and Miss Lizzie Smith of Sharpes Unknown lot 8, e sub div of block 4... ... ..,. .... 00
aa4 add It per cent.. endeavor to continue its efforts may be as near like one as can wire Geo Welscr "., lot 10, e sub div of block 4.. .. .... .... 120
to few last of Mrs.
days week
a guests
up Unknown lot 6 old block of
be found on the globe-yet it will as per map 75
Ifcr Three-Month, divide the yearly rate by monopolize the transportation business I be Johnson. They started from home with J W S Adams w 1 of lot 2, block.... .... .... .... .., '225
foot,and add 20 per cent. of Indian River? Will it, never fully deserving of the the Intention of attending the picnic, Unknown ./If lot 2, block 6.... .. ... .. .... .... .. 760
meal 'Advrrtliieinentii, TeL Cents Per Line continue to refuse to take the name. We can only attain the but were too late on account of the Geo Wclser lot ?, block.. .... .. .. ... .. .. ... .. 8 75
beh freight of the Sweeney on the same greatest degree of perfection by Mrs M Wilbur lots, block. .. ... ... .. .. .. .. .... 4 00)(
'In "Local New it constant improvement of whateverwe boat not being on time. 'Mr. Hall and Unknown lot 1, block 10..... ......, .... .,. ..., .45
Reading Matter Per,Line not Each: Insertion.* terms accords to the boats of the note as defective. To Miss Smith returned home on Monday; Mrs M E Titus, agent lot 2, block 14.... .... ... .... .... ,.... 75
eolnmnii, Five Cents L R. S. B. Co.? If it- should not write may article Miss Sallie stayed over to go on ,the excursion UnknownA lot 4, block 14.., ... .-. .... .... .,.. ..,. 120
tgafl: AdvoitlMmienta at Legal< Hate recognize the handwriting on the an on the disadvantages to Eldora. 0 Gardner lot ?, block 14..1. 120

All tho above sates are for cue edition per wall, there will be another railroad of Florida is something Unknown lot 0, block 18.......... .... ... .... .... 45
week.R9'. outlet from Indian River within novel ; but people like novelties.It Messrs.' Knapp and Davis who are Unknown lots, block 21.,. .,. .. .... .... .... ..i. 23
a is like a story In which vice stopping at Titusville awhile were out Unknown lot 4, block 22..... .... .. ., .. ..,. .,.". 23
Bill collected monthly. year-either to Oviedo, or better and Unknown lot 6, block 22...\., .... .... ...'.., .... 23
madeo'all1o to "Graham still from Titusville to New triumphs, the hero or heroine Tuesday afternoon, looking around. Unknown lot ?, block 22...,.. ... .... ., ., ..., .... 80
Check etc.
.A Walton., ,maybe Smyrna or Daytona and thence to falls a prey to Jealousy, cunningand They gave us a pleasant call. Mr. Davis Unknown lot 8, block 22..... .. .... .. ..., .., 80
Palatka or Jacksonville. deceit. But probably a novel has just returned from quite an extended Unknown lot V, block 22..... .... .... .... .... ..., 80
CST": Mcmhan ts and all otheri t- whom we are with a plot of that character does trip to the Keys. He thinks ho has Unknown lot 12, block 22 .. ... ... ... .... .j.. 23
Indebted Will oblige UK by presenting their bills C J Hector lot
exist. We 10, Robbins; Graham's addition.. .. 43
not have had
the found the
the lit of every month for prompt aottlement. never right place in Florida down UnknownUnknown lot 10 & 7, Robbins & Graham's addition 80
WE;: came In contact, a few days experience of reading one. near Cocoanut Grove. We tell him, we e | lot 21, Robbins &; Graham's additionlot : IS
ago,'with a gentleman who was on Thousands .of tourists visit the La Grangeltes think, wo have the best Unknown 22 & 23, Robbins &; Graham's addition SO

Aildron all communication to his way to Jamaica to buy himselfa Indian River country; and who place In all Florida, and invite him to Unknown lot 64, Joynerville...,.. .... .. .. .... .... 08
EAST.COAST ADVOCATE, We 'suggested that he has not heard them complain bitterly come and look around again. Unknown lot 60, Joynerville.. .'* .. .. .1... ..,. .. 08
choose Indian River instead whichhe of circumstances B Godfrey lot 23, Rerdell's addition..,...... .... ,. 15
'TITUSVILLK, FLORIDA. many they Saturday morning a good of the Unknown lot 25, Rerdell's addition..... ..,. .. .... 15
P.a Box,<< consented to do-"when have been forced to endure? It Is many Unknown lot 20
you get citizens Rerdell's addition.... .... .... .... .45
better'laws, better hotels, and bet true there are people who complain were surprised and pleased at Unknown lot 31, Rerdell's addition... .... .... .... IS
1? A. M. ter roads., It is refreshing to without cause. But when we rub finding their front gates decorated with Unknown lot 30 and 40 Rerdell's addition ... .... 80
1' learn from the lips'of one who has up against one, whom we know to small heads of cabbage placed there by UnknownGeo lot 40, Rerdell's addition.... ,... .. .... 15
Mr. J. S. Watson's packers. They honored Mackenzie lot S3, Rerdell's addition..,.. .,.,.. .... '.15
Indian River Lodge; No. 00, Free and travelled all over the world, that be a gentleman and not prone to Unknown lot 60, Rerdell's addition..... .. .... .... 160
Accepted Maaona, ioU their meetings one of those benighted West Indian complain without reason, who criticises your correspondent more than the Kobblns & Graham lots CO, 61 & 04, Rerdell's addition.. ..., "45
on the FBIDAV on or before Full -Moon, islands 4s ahead of Florida in our transportation' facilitiesas rest by attaching a very artlstlcal tag Unknown lot 07, Rerdell's addition...... .... .. ..o. -'Ie 15
Hal) in the Indian
17:30 m., In Masonic Unknown '
p. made of lot 1
wood Fisher's
with ,
an addition to .j1
engraving on one Titusvill
Oh that the "horrible "r
Hirer State Bank building.THus-; senatorial we cannot defend side and on the other tho compliments block B... .... .... .. .. ... .. .. ...... ,; h 15
TUle. deadlock might be broken and ourselves-we are without reply. Unknow> lot 1 block
of the % C Fisher's addition..... .... "rI5
Visiting brethren' are oordlally Invitedto our law makers do a little effective When people come in on a train, packers. Think they are pretty Unknown lot 6, block C Fisher's addition.... .... "lISI.
tend.WALTER:. t7nti1AtfW. M.JOSKFH law making. expecting to make close connectionfor smart boys to finish their work so early Unknown 1 tract of land bounded n by R & G add' ..
Jupiter in the winter in the morning. The fruit was fine; call e by Canaveral st, s by Tropic st, w by
MUNDKLL, Seorety. season, again, boys toon. DeLeon It.... .... .... ... .... .,... .. 460'
ARTESIAN WELLS. and find the steamer, which should Unknown 1 tract of land bounded n by Broad st, e
Farmer's Alliance.jntusvllle meet them, is aground somewhereon by Canaveral st, s by R &; G add to TI- I
the lower river, what satisfac. Market Ileview. tusville, w by De Soto It.... .. ..., .... 4.60'
Lodge of the Farmers aV 'Five years ago there was not a tory excuse can we offer? And Alfred Smith, guardianE w T of n e t except land of Jones and
nnee meets regularly on the first and single artesian well in the when By G. S. Palmer New Ronald's S? acres.. ...... .... ........ 6 25
third Saturdays of each month at I itbe county; we meet our friend the next York. H Harris s part lot I, 14 acres..,. .... .. .... .... 2 70
Court House. Visiting members of the today there are several hundreds. morning, after one night of experience May llth, 1801 L Whitlock lot 7, Morrow's addition to Titusville.... 00
order are Invited to attend. The effect of these valuable adjuncts in a badly-kept hotel, and Our market holds firm on all Florida Florida Canning Company representing houses on the wharf..... .. 300
r to_ agriculture is already he tells us his accommodationswere vegetables. Potatoes, prime, $0.00 to- II W Boone Bawls blocks 34 & 35 and 212 feet of block SO 300
evident in the large of fruit "wretched" 8.00 seconds $4.00 to lot 2, Coleman's addition to Titusville.. 760
Tiuc effect of the heaVJ".travel to crops and the table"miserable ; ; egg plant, Unknown lots 6, 10, 11 A 12, Coleman's addition
Indian River last winter i and vegetables which have been ," what can we say $2.00 to $6.00; cabbage, $1.00 to $1.23 to to THuivllle block D.... ... .?. ..? 240
; $ being
realized by the happy possessorsof in the matter? And yet, how many matoes, carriers, $3.00 to $4.00 crates. UnknownC lots 80, Titus' addition to Titusville 120
felt in real estate circles. .Numer: these infallible preventatives E Campbell part of s e J of s e J des deed
of points in the State bear the same Beans wax, $1.00 to $3.00 green. $1.60.. book L, -*:
.ns tales are being reported from drouth. Our people have not yet unenviable reputation ; for wretch to $$2.60; Bermuda onions- $?.25- per UnknownW 40 page 174..... .... .... ....'.... .... .... ,80
affparU of the and from acres In nwof s e J sec S3 T21 R 35
county, begun to realize ,or appreciate the ed hotels are not a rarity throughout bushel crate. Pineapples, 10 to 25 cents. PERSONAL! PBOPEBTT. 300

present indications the Activity great boon which they possess. Florida; and transportation Choice ripe peaches wanted.E. E Andrews ..... .... .... .... ....... ............. .. .. 160
"OI continue, if not Increase, The-day is coming when the artesian facilities, which would not be toler H C Cassidy .... ...... .. .... .... ... .... .... .. ...... 75
;ing the coming summer. well will be utilized for ated in other of the Mich Curley ....!......S. .;...,...... .... .... ..,. .. 15
many parts country, Stiling, of Cocoa, shows his enterprise G C H Collins .... .... .... .... .... .... .... ...S .. 80
moat purposes. It will not only bats are not confined to Indian River and originality by utilizing the M E EnglishAndrew .. ........... .... .. .... .... .... .....I.e..... ,30
EVIN d water for agriculture and alone. of that Ellenwood .... ...... ...... .... ....... ........ .. .. 45
land buyer-ean hardly fail to wake but,every hotel or boarding house' The majority of people who are pretty girls section as advertising Wiley Helll1 ..... .. .. .. .... ........ .... .... ,....... 15
mediums. He decorates them with red H B Barmy .. .... .... ....
keeper -can his .1..1.... .... .... ..
a good investment Indian Bfvec, dynamo and disgusted with certain .1. 75
oa his a hotel white and blue aprons, with his business E L JenningsSamuel .... ....I.//... .... ............... 75
The development of the East Coast make own electric light with. conceal their displeasure, and will card Imprinted thereon and then turns JamesW ..c. ..... .... .. ...! .... .. .. .. .. .. ....I... 15
1* Just beginning, and it would Ilea out expense with the power derived tell the host that they enjoyed them loose to wait the B Kefflx .... ...,. ................ .... ...... .... 15
difficult matter to buy anything from his well. It is estimated thata their stay at his house, rather than on table at plo John Myers .... .... .... ........ ........ .... ,... ... 75
Lithe of land that wUl not three inch well at Melbourne and hurt his feelings the nics.-New Enttrpriie. J Miller .... .... .... .... .... .. .... .... .... .... 75
by telling I
way unpleasant M Mabbette ......... .... .... .... .. .... ..... .... .... 75
Increase ten told in'value in a. Eau Gallic where the flow is remarkably truth ; and think theyare for Thos McNulty .... .... .... ........ .... .... .... .. ..... SO
Many years. i .strong, will give six doing him a kindness. Whileas Money Somebody.A Brock Revels .... .... .... ... .... .... ........ ........ 75
horse power; or sufficient to light a matter of fact, if they had J W 8 H Watson Walstein ..., .... .... .... .... .... ...... ..... .... 80
What has become of the railroad A hundred rom hotel. ; been outspoken and told mine host Fortune for.Florida Boy-Who It H.T Sidney Wilbur 460

from Oviedo to Rockledge, the With ,one of these wells the ADVOCATE he had missed his vocation, and "It.w

epealng of Gilbert's bar, the build. could run its printing that his beds were not fit for human E. G. Ilarrell, writing from Havana to
lag of a pier at Canaveral and presses, and only use one third of beings, and his table any. the Raleigh (N. C.) Chronicle says: B. A. CIRCLE, City Tax Collector.

hotel at Sand Point, the completion the power at it* command. One thing but inviting, his words might "In 1886 Miss Emma Richards, an actress -
of the of these gushing streams would provoke anger for a moment but came to Havana to take a position
work of the Canal Company, I In one of the theatres. She soon had "
etc, etc, etc, etc. "'Twas ever saw all the wood required in a depend upon it, an immediate im. the yellow fever and died here. While I SUBSCRIBE FOR "THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE"
tins; front youth to age we've seen town the size of Titusville. And provement would take place in waa visiting a few days ago, a Cuban
H' fondest hopes decay" home day, when the storing of that particular hotel ; and our lady in the adjoining house seeing that
electricity is better understood, plain spoken guest would merit the I was an American, sent for me to call

our people can own their electric respect of his host for the very me upon through her for an a few interpreter moments.that She she told was May Day at Sebastian. The greatest interest centered in the two

TIlE East Coast Transportation boats, and run them without expense valuable suggestions he had made. with Emma Richards when she died, boats In Second class, they beating boats

Company, under the new organization by storing the power that Strange to say, people who are I and just before her death she "put this in First class, actual time, In first round
will probably control the issues from their well. actually disgusted with a hotel paper In my band and told me to send it SU-UTUlif, FLA., May, 1801. over the course. After the race we hada

transportation business on Indian Anelectric,- railway extending will sneak to the proprietor in months to her old.son, He a little U with baby his grandmother then three- Eat Coast Advocate: tug-of-war jumping, foot race, eta

River in a few years if its affairs I from Rockledge southward could praise -of his table -though they somewhere in Florida. I can't speak The celebration at Sebastian, on The day's festivities closed with a

should be properly managed. Such be operated by power from large have but just left his dining-room English and don't know what the paper Day, was commenced with a fine May grand ball, which was kept up until the
a result would be an instance of wells stationed every few miles hungry. 1s and have not seen an American since regattain wee ama' hours. It would make this
which the
Tom Cat
the actress died. S. and
I examined the
the survival of the fittest and the line. Artesian "paper" letter too long to mention an the
an along in
power Newspaper men all parts of and found it to be a cashier's cer Maggie) Gr. won prizes. The race was lovely
example of the eternal fitness of will be utilized in numerous wayswe Florida seldom pass a day of their tificate of deposit of $050,000 In the' started at 1:15 p. m. with Messrs. P. )L ladies by name that were present. Many
tIW1g.. It would be a triumph of do not dream of at present ; and lives without hearing the harshest Fourth National Bank of New Tort Jackson and J. D. Vann pretty toilets were noticed by your
pore democratic principles. -It Isat it will be very inexpensive. kind of criticism in regard to the The check with Is dated interest June 6, 1883, and is Vann, timekeeper.The judges. J. D. scribe.
to the
order of
the people, by the people, and When J. A. Durst, the pioneer hotels in the vicinity of their Emma payable Richard The name and residence We expect to get up a grand baD and

for the people. A fine fleet of well sinker of Florida, bewitchedour homes ; and many an editor has of the "grandmother in Florida," First class.following yachts were entered: regatta for July 4th, and will Invite all
boats should be secured within a Town Council, and planted his an opportunity to verify the truthof the name of the baby boy and the were- Edith E. H. Parks, captain; boats from Ormond to Lake Worth to

ery few years without the investment derrick on our streets, the price what he has heard and yet his stouts of any member of the Zanily of Hattie Parka, C.Parks, captain; Pioneer, join us in making it a success. Sebas

of any further capital. The for driving a well was $2.50 per paper is silent on the subject; or Emma known. Richard The check are and all some entirely other valuables un- No S. Etching Name Smith; Tom Cat, H. B. Howard; flan Is not dead, but baa been sleeping
while her
patronage, which is assured, will foot, while at this writing, John even worse, a paragraph will appear are at Havana, sacredly preserved class. ahead. sister towns have been going
yield sufficient profit to buy a new McAllister, of Eau Qallle, is in the from time to time praising a by the Cuban woman awaiting a legal Nancy Lee, Paul Kroegel; Maggie Gr., I am in hopes she |s now awake.
boat claimant. She wanted me to publish L. W. Vann. lit prize in First class was Jon D. VAJra. .
every season if the stock. field and ready to take contracts table which is unworthy a third
holders will forego their dividend and do good work for forty cent class boarding house child this statement to claim bit hoping fortune.thus" to find the Second won byTom class Cat; 2nd prize, Edith & -Mr. J.Booth, of Brantley, was
Maggie Gr. took lit prize i in town Wednesday



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.* I F. T. BUDGE: Titusville FIn. : I
['. Orders by wire filled tf
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o Write for particulars
I' 90jan3mo p. 8. at the Dayton cottage,at Merritt, Notice.In II. 11. OLMSTEAD
Monday for their home in Marlon, ,
the Circuit Court for the 7th Judicial
'f Mrs.Urower la a sinter to Mr. A. F. Ct'roto'l of Florida, in and for Erevan The Pioneer Dealer In INDIAN RIVER LUMBER

county, A. D. 1S91. In Chanctry.
Grether and Mrs.
daughter, Eng- T*. I Bill for Divorce.LAIRA ,
and Miss Pierce, of Indianola, were SMITH.: ) ? ;
Itt. The Charleson Bros shopping last Monday. it appears i l>y the bill of com Eau Gallie. COMP.: .NY, l'
1. and a half acre in WHEREAS I filed In the above entitled
Harry C. Eyer, left last Monday canoe worn to by complainant( and that the I keep In Stock a Choice variety of Incorporated, Feb. 28th, 1891* <
Mr. Edward Cecil, his old home in Marion Ohio, and Mid ilufemlant. Laura Smith, rrMiloa millionthe \ !
d master has been In ill State of Fiotidaand that she In over the GROCERIES, HARDWARE, j'
not return until late in the fall. are of twcntjr-tnie ears, and that the place of TITUSVILLE FLA.I 1* z
time. We hope to see the ranldenoe of defendant l"unknown,and that CROCKERY TOILET ARTICLES, ETC ;
I Gus Johnson and Jakie Paine left aid bill Is Died for the purpose of procuring i a "
.. Mr. J. B. Maynard Is der<< 'e of divorce Itetwvn tile complain end And.will Sell nit Low AH the Lowest. COMPLETE STOCK OF ) ,
: for New York. Mr. Johnson
defendant. It lat therefore, ordered that the ,Call and examine n1yStock. 18 ,
ing his bees, which seem be on a boat with Mr. A. J. Canover aid defendant, Laura Smith, rin appear and : ",
House Boat and Skiff Lumber
annwer nald bill at the elrrk'i office<< In TltnuvllleHrevardronntv ; .
day. His place is an summer on the Hudson river. Florida, on or l>I'fore the J. E. ENDEll CO. :. : i l .
I order. 8th clay of June A 1>.1891, or said bill will betaken & ;
P. J. Kevins and family, of Mer- aealnRt 'I"I defendant confexned. Brick f'Ur
'. We regret to learn It Is further orloredthat the notice of this w ,
'' who have been on a pleasure trip to order be published weekly for the iipare<< of three n'toh.D:1nkorsA1'Ib: : Mouldings
Mrs. Wilder are going to board their '" months In the KAST COAST ADVOCATE a newaaper : :, i
on sharpie"Nancy, BrenrJ ,
Fr 18th Inst for their > published In Tltusvllle, county, ,
Friday. :
Valkaria will be glad to Ordered at Chamber*,' In YteLftnd. Fla., this Brackets Pickets Turned Wove }j ,
' L. R. Hover spent Sunday in town Kith day of February,A.I>.18H1.JOHX. Titusville, Flu. : :
next winter. steamer of which he Is D. IIROO.B CIr : Ia'ti FrnD:1od.: : to.Oxdor ,': ) 'A"4 1
Sweeney, en- Judge of the Circuit Court, 7th Judicial <

When Hugo being laid up at Tltusvllle for a !cult brance were out sailing ; days before starting to Jacksonville the order of publication. In this cue Watches; getting of Diamonds and other ----- \ .
I In a heavy norther, W. Tltusvllle}"Ia.,March 2nd IfWI. Precious Stone Profestional.Cnrt1H.
I overboard. He was repairs. D. L. OAUI.DKH, A,A. STKWABT, Clerk. Alligator cud Hog TURks Carved and J. M. Sanders Co., <\ I
I Waller and John of Indian- Mounted for cann-hcnd brooches etc. ,
son ,
Solicitor for complainant. 6uiar3m .
ting like a cat until GKOROR!: M. nonman. WALT KB a. ORAIUM.J DI'all'nlln
. thrown him by Hugo T. have been spending a few days with .. 'ell Shell S. H.Jewelry madt'oIn OBBINS UltAHAM,
... Ray's new building, opposite
J. M. Sanders. Mr. Waller Is DRY
a from PoHtofflce. e GOODS
; covered he could stand corner NOTIONS
with his head above of the Jupiter Life Saving crew: 0 nm Prompt attention to all orders by mall ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, :
} d .9 or otherwise. 21nov TrrusviLLK llrovard Co. Flurlda.P. CROCKERY| '
I most in the middle of the F. C. Cantlne, who has been stop- ,
i .. with his family at their pretty home :;j'f CIJi ,O. llox,tae SADDLERY, a "

Wlilto Pekln orth Cocoa, left for the north Tues- r"a HODGES & GODFREY Circuit wmlra'tI.8In and In the all Supreme th\ollntl".ot(''''Irt.the special| Seventh<< facllltle STATIONERY, h
..J for Kxamlnlnit, and IluTiTtliin And FAMILY MEDICINE;
Mrs. Can tine him to
accomyanied .
Titles Cnrreapondnnce nollolted from Claimants
A limited number of Manufacturers of and Heirs to ( GARDEN SEEDS; ,. ,'
SpanlHh bangs
Mr. Cantlne will be much 8 ": '
by July t, at 3.00 per rJ-oII Money to Loan I CHOICE GROCERIES '*, '
as he has conducted service In
will be filled in the order I I...; 100 1ri Yellow Pine Lumber HAY, CORN, MAP : ,' }FERTILIZERS '
are received. A. Episcopal church on the sec ;E' T\ L. GAVLDEN, FINE PATENT '
r't1! YI.O iOoooa. \. :
and fourth .
Sunday in each month 1
I ,
= hflESAEDt
Anrantla Fla. 1:3
I'Q" ., F10r1C1: .. ,t ts.
his visit. Orange Box needs, TTOR.'I'EY-\ .\T.LA W
gybUGHO ( Fruit B Vegetable Crate. ,
In every, of the Grand = iSg.t: Lumber ttellveroil at any part of Indian Riveron Tnr8VlU.E, FLA. -
Army boys W. Rogers .
may bill of +
: through: IR.llnlf. Anyone conteinpUt-
the west th Sa.C ,
throughout interested in the following from :: lug building on the Kant Coast,would do well to
or more whose :iOOO write for price The Pawiulll I Is situated' << on the J AS. T. SANDERS, DEALER IN CLOTHING, i
persons B. Pope, A. D. C., Commander, I r.I J.,T.&; K. W.ityt,9 miles south of Palatka.

saved and Diarrhooa by Chamberlain's Remedy, Tenn. and Ga. He says: "We ." If: 8Jl"So.. Ante.I Cocoa,E. Billing|Eau Qallle umo.,Eugene" ATTORNEY-A-tAW, Gents. Furnishing Goods, Shoes, Hats, !I

had an epidemic of .'!jF Will practice In all the Courts of the Seventh '
been cured of chronic whooping = Caps Umbrellas Trunks Valises
Satsuma Piitnan I Ja.
Nights, <0., Jtuliulal Circuit of Florida.. ,
'Such persons take here, (Stewart, Tcnn.,) and I .A'a I'.O.llox.m TiTUSVILI.EFLA. FINE CIGARS, Etc. ,

The recommending praise that the follows It Cough Remedy has been PERFECTEDCRYSTAL Altree's General Supply Store Money to Loan. IDR. The only house In town making a specialty '
only medicine that has done
and use makes it very any of Gents. Furnishing Goods
60 cent bottles for sale ." There is no danger from whoop- LENSES In the place to Roll What You Ik u't Want and M. D. L. DODSON, gg Drop In and examine my stockand e ,
cough when this Is VNAOC MAMN.amM'T lluy What You lx>. prices. Cash customers
Gray remedy freely compare com
____ run ui Alwtyt. HA11DWAIIE, Paints, Oil, Farming Iinple- maud consideration
It completely controls the monte,Builders' Material,Musical Instruments, every oompetltoraclaim
Fort \ 50 cent bottles for sale by Dix- FCnXITURE, and the New I'KOCESS .YAPOU ,
Gray. IS-n STOVE,which Is death to all other CAL A MECHANICAL DENTISTRY, Call when convenient. First door
south of ADVOCATE office
The "Oscoola" paid us V TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA ,

on Sunday on her way !Married Portland. r{ DIXON

Mr. Cleminson, from ." -..- "' T-\R., B. L. WILLS, & GRAY', ,
.'r" Dealers la ,
Saturday to get some wedding of CoL J. T. Small, of -
i it Chemicals
new lights he is putting and Miss Marie F. Libby, of "' '. .. ....... ),_ ..-'".._ -_, A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania Drags Perfumery, Toilet. '

We are sorry to hear was attended'at 2 p. m., J. E. ENDEIC & CO. and an experience of twenty Articles, Fine Soaps, Stationery
'our residents who Is at Portland the ceremony years In practice, offers his services to ,
Rev. Have exclusive sale of these celebrated the citizens of Titusviiie and vicinity JEWELRY;
Narrows-Is very by Martyn ummerbeU, D. I flPECTACLF.8 ASEWING .
.J'L the Main street F. B. Church in Glasses In Titusviiie. orncx:: oven J:w. noocns A co. MACHINE,
We are having plenty
heavy north winds, I FAULKNER KELLASI A MOORE RUE'P ELY, Guns, Pistols, Sewing Machine and '
out the mosquitoes a lltle few personal friends of both parties' The only Manufacturing Opticians In LA Machinery Repaired. Watches,'Clock-. .
present, and the wedding was the South, Atlanta, Ga. Peddlers are JUSTICE: OF THE PEACE 17xii DIST and Jewelry a Specialty.
Mr. H. Machattie, of and aptly arranged. The not supplied with thesegooda. ebOmo Notary Public for the State at Large. School Books and School Supplies
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spent the latter part pf left Contractor and Builder of over ad yean' experience. Subscriptions taken at publisher'! price*,
here. He Portland In the afternoon, C. J. HECTOR Natural Finish a Specialty.MELBOURNE for Newspapers, Books, Magazines, etc !
us says
down the river. to Boston to the Parker House, FLA. Prescriptions carefully compounded at: J i\
Ing Intending to leave Boston Immedi Dealer In General any time, day or night 1" 'kamiss 1 .

'We can now boast of an for a tour of the South and West 'VV'1.11:1.a.D1: T'utoh,

was formed on Saturday promises to extend very widely over llIerohand.1se1Ielboume: Hear what the people lay about this Itove I Drayman.Hauling ,

of Rockledge. Ten ')' where Cot Small Is so well Fla. Mr.Altree I Dear Sir-We cheerfully testify done at reasonable rates. Attend

joined, but we hope to II8 Upon their return and upon be Gasoline admirable tttove.qualities We have of had the one Mew over ProceM six all departing, and meets all arrivIng Patent Medicines,. '

yet, u it is a step In the completion of other business, Cot months and cannot point" a single fault. trains
R.C.A; H.A.Bcrininour. Orders left with G. B. RumpU
Hats Shoes GoodsJust or at '
help the town. W. and his wife propose an European Clothing,Dry Tltusvllle,May e,1111I1.I ADVOCATE office will receive prompt Elegant Perfumery and Tolltt Articles*

find a great saving of gasoline In the New attention.
friends of both the bride and Arrived. Splendid Goods. Process over the old. It keeps me In a perpetual
hand at
groom SUM of wonder and Kept constantly on
Cocoa. them many happy days. The bride OILS, PAINTS, HARDWARE, LEAD, dal1jfbt.Hn..Sidney Wilbur. .4.. P"rOsohor' ,

the best known families In Rich- DRUGS, GROCERIES GRAINOf Tltusvllle, May tab IWl. TITUSVILLE, TLA., J. B. Screven'. ,I
Me., and was formerly of Auburn. all kinds; and In fact a full line of I am. delighted with the New Process Vapor Keeps a full Metallic and 1
Mrs. W. H. Sharpe, of and Itove. It 1 la mot than I expected. Wooden
everything. examine. 11
Is an accomplished and 1: 8. Wiley. DRUG STOltE
In town Wednesday. and CoL Small Is congratulated.Interesting TttuYllle,J'1a.,May 11th.1811t. II Cofflns, Cases and.Caskets. I

Mrs. Pearl Allen, of )' knows the groom, not only STOP AT GEORGIANAAnd Funerals attended If djalred. All orders Also the latest Newspapers, Periodicals -
with friends In Cocoa. EDENPINEAPPLE promptly executed, and at reason- etc. 2
but In the South, West, North, able rate. Embalming dc\e. 2
:Mrs. L. R. Hover left He Is the great Maine or-

visit to friends in andrlginator and he get the :at:. 13. :13.1..011, FOR

Mr. David R. Johnson of life without letting life get the F. C. Allen I

Jupiter, are visiting of him.-Lewiston, Me., Journal. BRICKLAYER &: PLASTERER, Wines & Spirits

Mrs. W. H. Peck is Small, who has some property at Dealer In Titufl 1
spent some time in Titusviiie ,villo, FIn. I
.daughter,Mrs. H. E. Stoves Tin Hollow.
villa past Hotel.winter, stopping at the Indian -iare, are, pLANTATION.T. Indian Work JUyer.contl.eted for on any part 8 of :Beers, ,

Mr. C. A. WIHard and
Wooden-ware Stone-ware
Point, spent Sunday Brevard is for Call. T. : Riohardra, loot McAllister CIGARS, ETC.OF .
Rev. L. K. Bast.held ,
Methodist church last SEBASTIAK, FLA., May 12, 1891. 3XTA.TJTVT .N't5i Contractor for eo TO
and evening.Mrs. Coat Advocate: TRACE CHAINS, NEWSPAPERiSnbscription r3:1: Artesian Wells Lesley & Kenakeiv.

Breese and her in your Issue of the 8th lost BUNG BORERS, Families Supplied.

were passengers on the from certain anti-Can men say BOLTS, BRUSHES, Agency* r*' M jS' 9/' Eau GalH. i
last Brevard is not for Call I have
Tuesday. '
Olalltoxx: Za.lzxtsv: 'I i I Market.
Thomas' one man in South Brevard who TitusYille Meat
Mrs M. The Best Made for this Climate,
nearing \completion, and a Call man. And in the next The Pioneer Agency.

ready for occupancy. the voters will speak in no un And One Thousand and One Other -

sound. I am glad we have found Things that You are likely to Want. ALL KI5M er
Mrs H. J. McGlnnis, For terms and sample copies addrf Dealer in

severely 111, Is now some & party of Brevard. Buy your Stove here. When you want C. H. NAUMAN, s- and Salt Meats Eggs
MOSBBACK Drytoca Fresh
the delight of her many r. a new Fire Back or Grate Top Bar or TrrusTrm, Drevard county General Merchandise, ,
Damper, come right here for It, u duplicate -
service ,
A Yejetables
There was no Oysters Fish FruIt t
Episcopal church last A; Gray the druggist desire part are kept constantly on DRY GOODS, ;

owing to the email publish the following testimonial hand; also a GOOD LINE OF NOTIONS, ix i :Aojr.CASH l

handle the remedy and believe EGGS VZOr
Mr. Tom Boblneon GROCERIES
member of the Jupiter be reliable. I bought 60 cent bob "f1tZs 5P r81cu3. STATIONERY, TABLES ETC.

'was in Cocoa Saturday. Chamberlain'Pain Balm and ap Constantly Arriving and Jor Sale at li>is'GII s Choice Groceries, 19 E. J. DAVIS, Manager. ,
it to my limbs, which have been Moderate Price Uifc.nrs+ AfryKr11e 1 -
and Mrs. E. L. J s
Capt. IS
with rheumatism at Intervals .oaw MIME, FLA. '
be congratulated on the ---- 13 ,,lka 1
year. At the time I bought the

little daughter to their Balm I wu unable to walk. I can F. C. ALLEN Georgiana Fla. The Democratic Executive Committee THE ADVOCATE
The ladies of 6t )( nlly say that Pain Balm .has com will meet at the office of D. L. Gaul

their last meeting for the lty cured me. R. H. FLEa, Holy- Picture, 4 for Wets, at Woodward'i den, )11126, 1801, and receive the wishes Job Printing Department

James Holmes Thursday Kan. Mr. A. B. Cox the.leading tent, Tltusvllle, Picture of a whole of the Democrat of the 6th County

Mrs. C. Brower and Mn. : at Holywood vouches for the family for Wets. Also flue collection of Commiationer'e district for County Com Is Ready to do Your Work.I .

who have been stopping of the above statement felt ; Florida Tiers for aale. 8-tf.. I I >n;?toner. D. L. CUCUWJT, secretary.

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: TALMAGE and alone loins now Mary Martha at the retI fed of through.fen..,fretting Ing Ilk M canay,when he"wrote f fIt I had COLC1I5.AS The Kitchen. What. is !a king is truth

REV. .All day long Deborah is happy becan *another p ndlnr month I would of be men days* I have been -.. Te quality of coffee is much improved and

abe can help Lapldoth, Hannah, becanes she Into ray little narrow crib impatient in the to let down 'If i ground vry fine, and much le II cnfden.ce
BEOOLiIVINE'S CAn make a eoat for young Samuel I Miriam. a weary factory child. And /ground there havi like ortatoff.1. < required for household use if I I pulverized. I If absolute truth
boIcaulI8 .
SUN she CAn watch her infant grandma that little boy
THE, urvbucvj bean times in )'our life when Ton wished My say the } and
f: I Rachel becinaa( he can help her father could :yon on one bad absolute!
get out of this life. You Make too ranch noise-
DAY SERMON. water the stock the have Mid, should into convenient
; widow of because cut
" we-t to Sap confidence the
my lip would bs b
of their size. TO other
the cross of the dust Considering coarse itwouldn't t
oil i* being" replenished.J of tbe valley" and wish you could .izd pleC I and neAtly! on one end ,
O wom.JlI 1 having in pull over She's wise I II pled
your pantry nest of In very be
yon your last slumber the coverlet of of the shelf so air may circulate for the j
boxes ,
Kebleet. "A nnmirum Akollshed."_ containing all kind of condiment green: graM end dairies. You have sa'd! think the In the trees and it. &, necessar
why have you not tried In heart and dry makers of
your 'Ob how Catarrh
TTJCP "Of Spices great abundantr; life the of I beautifully quiet it most be in the The chippy-wees, :
"'{tile,.,via* then anv mach Spe. an" th* "Martha! iplcery Martha I ,thou onr art holy careful religion and bout tomb. me I wish widowhood I was there." I see all around Are noisier by far than I, In serving chocolate shake a very.little Remedy to back up a plain
Solomon. and cinnamon make
Ovtrn of Shebit flats King -II troubled about : orphanage and over the filled cup to
Chronicle*, .%., 9. In needful, and Mary many hath thing cbonen; but that one thing good childlessness; sadness!, disappointment per. And don't half try, the beverage like the chocolate of Mexico statement of fact by a $500

What li that budding out yonder glitter.Inj part which shall not be taken away from this plexlty.: audience If I could ask all those to rise In And then the noise made 5 the pan and Havana.
who guarantee.
In the tnof have you not heard It is her." have felt no sorrow and By drops of rain,
the house of tbe forest of Lebanon. King I mud confess been buffeted by no disappointment I Turpentine and black varnish is the If
that deal of the They
a great -
religion could That late we
ask patter early, say can'tcure
all patter
such to rise ,
Solomon ha* just Is ken to it hili bride the of this day i* utterly insipid. There rise bow many would blacking used by hardware dealers for ,
FrlnccM of Egypt. You see 'the pillars of in nothing piquant or elevating about it. widowed I I'totone.A mother with her I very great! protecting stives from rust. I put on you ((make it personal
the portico and a grest tower adorned with Men and women around little, child so, I say, It seem to me,
gold go humming psalms went West, hoping to get better properly will last through season. ) of catarrh 'in the head
'one thousand shields of hung on the in a minor key, and culturing melancholy, wage there I To noisy be please, ,
out lde of the tower flT6 hundred of thesa and was taken sick and died. The been
and their over The best when hot has
worship bee in it form
shields of cold manufactured at Solomon' rapture. We do not doubt more their piety.right than Ob, seer of the poor got her body and put it in a I Is what yon should expect at alt on tho way floor is to dash grease cold water in any or stage, we'll pay

order, flve hundred were captured b1 David, no. Bat they art sitting> at a boat where box,and put it in a wagon, and started down Times from the small. I spied andprevent you $500 for trouble in
the street toward so as to harden it quickly your
Ills father in battle. See how they blaze in the cook ha the cemetery at full trot. !. ,
forgotten to John K.
season the food. [ Bangs, in St. Nicholas.1IEAK "
the noonday punt I Everything i* flat in their experience and in little child-tbe only child-ran after it it striking into the boards. i making the trial.
Solomon goee up the Ivory stairs of bis their through the streets, bareheaded crying, I
conversation. Emancipated from HASH TOAHT. Take small bits of
tin "
throne between twelve, lions in statuary and and death and hell and on th..ii- .... *.. "Brtnu me back mv mother hrino- .".".. ".,.k on An advertising fake, you
it*down on the back of the golden hull the magnificent heaven, they act my mother 1" And-.I.litht"- ';' the ,,mu.L.In cold meat, one pint of hot water, thicken
bead of tbe bronze beast turned toward the were trudging on toward an a* though they people looked on and saw her crying after proportion to his slzo and Intelligence with two tablespoonfuls of flour, a good
PODl The family and attendant of the Botany: Bay. Religion doe not everlasting sem to that which lay in the box in the wagon-ell sized piece of butter, pinch of salt. Tur say.Funny, isn't it how
king are*o many that the caterer of the agree with them. It seems to catch in the she loved on earth-It I* said the "'holel.. tho meanest animal In all creation over toasted bread and serve immediately. some
place have to provide every day one hundred windpipe and become a tight strangulation lage was in tears. And that is what a great I ia tho' large boy. I mean of people prefer ickness to
and thirteen many of you are ,
cheep oxen beside the bird instead of an exhilaration.All doing-chasing the dead.
and the venison I hear tbe stamping anil the infidel book that have been writ Pear Lord is there no appeasement for all course, the mean large boy. Proba The Ladle Delighted.The health when the remedy is
pawing of four thousand flue hone in tbe ten, from Voltaire down to'Herbert this sorrow that I see about me? Yes, the pleasant effect And' perfect safety positive and the
Spencer from his
royal stables. There were important official have not done much thought of resurrection and reunion far be bly, earliest recollection the
-- so damage to fruit laxative
our with which ladles the liquid garateesoluk.
?who had of tbe work yond this scene of and may ass
charge of gathering Christianity si lugubrious Christian Who straggle tears. "They most frequent argument applied for .
_ :the straw and the barley for these bone want a religion woven out of the shadow shall hunger no more. neither thirst any ,Syrup of FIgvnder all conditions makeit
'King Solomon was an early riser tradition of the night Why go growling on your way more, neither shall the. sun light on them, his moral training has been a cuff beside their favorite remedy. It is to the Wise men don't put money
ays, and used to ta\ea ride out at daybreak: to celestial enthronement Come nor any beatl; for the Lamb which is in tbe his pleasing "
_ and when in hi white apparel, behind the that cave and sit down in the warm light out of of midst of the throne shall lead them to living bead from his mother or a eye and to the taste, gentle, yet effectual In back of I fakes.

swiftest hone of all the realm, and followed the Sun of Rlgbteoumesi. Away with your all fountain of water, and God" shall wipe away beating from liia father. Reared upon acting on the kidneys, liver and bowels. And I faking doesn't
iby mounted archer in tear from their pay.
purple a* the cavalcade odes to melancholy and Hervey7 "Medita i eyes.
- dashed through the streets of Jerusalem tion Among the Tombs." Across the couches of your tick and across the theory of brute force, cuffed,
:II suppose it was something worth getting up the grave of your dead I fling this shower kicked and bullied during his helpless In New York the otherday the oath of a
at live o'clock in the morning to look at. Tien let oar songs abound of sweet spice Queen Balkis. driving op sick person was taken through a telephone. Magical little granules-
solomon was not like some of the king of We're And avery tear be dry to the pillared portico the house of cedar, period, I.e naturally turn upon whatever -
the lI"nt daY4-oero..ned Imbecility. AIl To fairer msrcnlDg world'throngs on BIRO.Emmsnnel'i: ground carried no, such. pungency! of perfume as exnaies bo come in -contact with FOR D7pepsln. Indigestion' Iron Bitters.and Stomach The those tiny, sugar-coated Pellets .
!tbe splendor of hll palace and retinue was I io-aay Irom tba Lord's garden. It i* .pro Best Tonic,it rebuilds the system, cleans the of Pierce
ecJfp ed by Intellectual powet' Why. beeen2ed I have to say. also, that we need to put peace. It sweetness. It is comfort. It is Tided ho Is big enough to 8afetylndulge Blood and strengthens the muscle.. A splendid -scarcely
toknow .verytblng. He wu the first more spice antI enlivenment in our religion infinite satisfaction, tbls Gospel I commend in bis tonic for weak and debilitated persons. larger than mustard seeds
,great naturalist the world ever taw. Peacock teaching, whether it be In the prayer meetIng to you. Some one could not understand why propensity to get even with the ,
from India strutted the basaltic walk, or in the Sabbath school, or In the an old German Christian scholar mod to be world by payment In kind. True Women are not erael to dumb animal. No yet powerful to cure-active
and ape*chatted in tbe tree anddeer stalked church. We minister* need more fresh air always calm and happy and hopeful when woman will willfully step on a mouse. mild in
the park.. and there were aquariums with and sunshine in our lung and our heart and he bad so many trials and sicknesses and braverYlprnge from nobility of char yet oprtion The
foreign fish and avlar.e: with foreign bird, our head. Do you wonder that the world la ailments. A man secreted himself in the flow's This t best Liver
and tradition say these bird. were *o well so far from being converted when you find house. He said, "I mean to watch this old bully 1 generally I We offer One Hundred Dollars reward for evr inveted
tamed that Bolomon might walk clear across so little vivacity in the pulpit and in the scholar and Christian;"and he saw the old coward. any case Hall's of catarrh Catarrh that Cure.cannot b cur by i Cur sick headache,
the city under the shadow of their wings a* pew, We want, like the Lord to plant In Christian man go to his room and sit downon tl J-CnsNET. A Co, dizes
,they hovered and flitted about him. onr sermons and exhortation more Jllie of tbe chair beside the stand and open the Gentleness, kindness and mercy are We, the un< Pop ToledoO.. J. constipation One a dos
More than this" be bad a great reputation the field. We want fewer rhetorical elaborations Bible and begin to read. He read on and united with'true courage, as tho qualities Cheney for the ierlgul.year.and believe him
for the conundrums and riddle that he made and fewer sesquipedalian words; and on, chapter alter chapter, hour after hour perfectly honorable in .
-- and guessed. Ue and King Hiram, hi* when we talk about shadow, we do not want until his face was all aglow with the tid of character which prompt the one tions and financially able to carry oat tne allob
neighbor, used to sit by the hour and a.k to ay adumbration; and when we mean ings from heaven, and when the clock ligations Wcrr made by their arm. "GermanSyrup"
riddle, each one paying in money if he could queernes, we do not want to talk about truck twelve he arose and shut his Bible generally beget a pildo of manhood do, O.. IBUAX, Wholesale Duilst Tole-
not answer or gues the riddle. The Solo idiosyncracfe; or if a stitch in the back, we and said: "Blessed Lord we are on the which will facn death without Ktif.tAn UADVUI Wholesale
_ monic nivy visited all tbe world, and the do not want to talk about lumbago, but in same old term dood- -- nlirht--g-- r.wi---- Tho flinching. WlDIIo lruRlls,1 Toledo, .
sailors, of course talked about the wealth of the plain vernacular preach that gospel night. man who will beat his horse l'r Is taken
their.king, and alxut; the riddle and enzimaa which proposes to make all- men_ hannr_ -honest --. Ob, :you sin parched and you trouble unmercifully is quite capable of beating Inu directly npa blood
loathe made and solved, and the -new victorion* and free. urH' pounded, here Is comfort here satisfaction. tae of the sy.tem Testimonials sent free.
spread until Queen Balkln! away off south, In other word, we want more cinnamon Will you come and get it? I cannot tell you his wife brutally and abiding his "o.per bLUe Hold by ..druggists.

heard of It, and sent messenger/ with a few and )leg gristle., Let this be so in all the what the Lord offers you hereafter so well children. In a majority of the editor of a humorous paper sets
riddles that she would like to have Solomon different department of work to which the a* I can tell you now. "It doth not yet appear cases, the Wen to work it doesn't follow that he works

solve, and a few puzzles which she would like Lord rail us. Let us be plain. Let ui be what *e sball be." Have yon read of so-called correction of children springs! himself. _________ ___ ForThroat and
to have him flnd earnest Let be tbe Taj M.halln India in Lungs
out. She sent among'other a* common senslcal. Whenwe some respects tbamost from
'thing to talk to the majestic anger. Tho little one docs something FOR Impure or thin Blood: Wellkuf8. Miv-
King Solomon a diamond with a people in a vernacular they building on earth? Twenty lana
Neuralgia, Indirection, I I been ill
hole so small that a needle could not penetrate can understand they will be very glad to thousand men were twenty building to displease the parent and being take Brown's Iron Bitters it Blou n-, hav fo
It, asking him to thread that diamond. come and receive the truth we present. it. It cost about sixteen millions bf dollars. making old persons feel young-and young Hemorrhage I five yea
And Solomon took a worm and put it at the Would to God that Queen Balkii would The walls are of marble, Inla'd with carnelian ,big enough and strong enough to persons strong pleasant to take. "have had
opening in the diamond, and tbe worm drive her spico laden dromedaries into from Bagdad, and turquois from Thibet, pounce upon too without Five Years. bst
crawled through, leaving the thread in the all our sermons and prayer-meeting exhor and jasper from the Punjaub, and amethyst youngster Woman Is called the"weaker vessel"but no "medical advice
diamond. tation from Persia, and all manner of precious the slightest danger of personal .injury I one would suppose 1 It they saw the b ill for !and took

The queen also Cent a goblet to Solomon More than that, we want more life and tones. A traveler says that It seems to him aad having the rigging. .. I dose in some doubt. This result-
caking bun to fill it with water that did nob spies in our Christian work. The poor do like the shining of an enchanted castle of power' to give FITS stopped free by DR Kuifl'S ORIAT
pour from the sky, and that did not rush out not want so much to be groaned over as sung burnished silver. The walls are two hun vent to the meanness inherit in his IR"I RITRIR No after first day' I cd in afewhourseasysleep. There
from the earth.and immediately Solomon put to. With tbe bread and medicines and tbe dred and forty-five feet high and from the Ma"lous eur Treatise anl U trial 4'was no further hemorrhage
slave on tbe back of a swift horse and garment yon give thorn, let there be an accompaniment top of these springs a dome thirty more feet own nature, ho gratifies his impulse, buttl free. Dr. 1 Arch ., *. day when I had attack net
galloped him around and around the park of smiles and brisk encourage high, that dome containing the most won and then in self-justification a slight
until the horse wa. nigh exhausted, and from menu Do not stand and talk to them about derful echo the world has ever known so that quotesthe cnlar Portable C. B.Hay Curlee.Presses ,6 Address. for cu I whic stopped almost immedate
the perspiration of the horse the goblet wa the wretchedness of their abode, and the ever and anon travelers standing below with I barbarous text, which is a relic the third day
filled. She also cent King Solomon flve hunger of their look, and the hardness of flute and drum and harp are testing that from half "
hundred boy in !girl*' drea., and five hundred their lot. Ah I they know it better than you echo, and the sounds from below strike up, savage age: "Spare the Good BloodIs blood had disappeared and .1 had
girl in boy* dress, wondering if he can tell them. Show them the bright aide and then come down, as it were tbe voice rod, and spoil (he child." The cruel, "recovered strength.' The
.would be cute enough to find out the dec p- of the thing if there be any bright aide. of angets! all around about the building. cowardly man is "fourth day muc: in bed and at*
the up
Immediately Solomon when he saw Tell them good time will come. Tell them There around it garden of tamarind and generally father absolutely "
them trash their face, knew from tbe way that for the children of God there i* immortal banyan and palm and.all the floral glories of of that meanest of all animals, the my dinner, the first solid fo fo
ibey applied the water that It was all a cheat. rescue. Wake them up out of their the ransacked earth. two months. Since that
Queeu Balkl wa so pleased with the I stolidity by an inspiring laugh, and while But that is only a tomb of a dead empress, mean big boy.-(St. Louis Journal. Eental t have gradually better
-acutentsa of Solomon that she said, 'Til just) ;you send in help, lice the Queen of Sbeba, and ft is tame compared with the grandeurs goten' an
go and 'IM him for myself." Yonder it also tend in the Ipl,).*. which God has bunded for ;your living and Good Health am now able to move about
com** -the"alcade-hOl'l and dromeda'rles There are two way. of meeting the poor. immortal spirit.. Oh. home of the blessed I THE CAT MOTHER. "house. My death was daily e-
chariot and charioteers, jingling harness One i* to come into their house with a nose Foundations of gold) Arches of victory One of tho blackest You "
and clattering hoof, and biasing elevated in disgust, u much. to say "I Capstones of praiieI And a dome in which cats I ever saw may have pected and my recovery has been

shields and flying ensign, and clapping don't see how you live here in this neighbor; there are echoing and re-echoing the hallelujahs was Topsy, aud thewas, as cute as she Both I a great surprise to my friends and
cyinbeis., ,Vhe place is saturated with the hood. It actually make me lick. There i* of the ages. And around about that was black. by taking I the doctor. There can be no doubt
perfume. She: bring cinnamon and saffron that bundle; take it, ;you miserable mansion is a garden-the garden of God- AY'lien mice and rats were about
the effect
and calamus and frankincense and all manner wretch and make the most of 1t.,1 Another and all the springing fountains are the bottled scarce around Iho house and in the of Ger4Syp
of,sweet spices. A* the retinue weep way i* to go Into tbe abode of the poor in alUanneI' tears of tbe church In the wilderness, Hood's'Safsaparilla a I had an attack
through tbe gate the armed guard inhale the which enema to say "The bleated and all the crimson of flower 1* the deep hue in which she lived. she hal a "its use": The only relief was after'
aroma. "Haiti'1 cry the charioteer, a* the Lord sent me lie was poor himself. It i* that was caught UD from the carnage of novel way of letting ;
wheel grind the gravel in front of the pil not more for the good lam going to try to do earthly martyrdoms, and the fragrance is people she I the first dose.t"J.R. LOUGHHEAD,
lared portico of the king Queen Hauls you than it 1* for tbe good you can do me." the prayer of all tbe saints and the aroma was hungry. Adelaide, Australia. 0
all&bte.ln an atmosphere bewitched with per Coming In that spirit the gift will be a* aromatic put into utter forgetfulness the cassia,and First
tome, A* the dromedaries are driven up to a* the spikenard on the feet of Christ, tbe spikenard, and the frankincense, and the she would find a small pieceof
the king's store-houses, anj: the bundle of and all the hovel in that alley will be fragrant world renowned spice which tbe Queen wood ami carry it' in her mouth to The bet Farmerhls own Roofer
camphor are unloaded ami< the sacks of cinnamon with the spice. Balkis' of Abyssinia, flung at the feet of her Ever
,and the boxes of spices are opened, We need more spice and enlivenment in King Solomon. young mistress. After dropping Blood Purifier. than Shingles, Tin or Slate.
the purveyor of the palace/ discover what our church mualo. Churches sit discussing it at her feet she usually made INSURANCE,
lilY text announce. "Of spices, great abun whether they shall have choirs or precen When shall these eye. thy heaven built walls a pre It a41.reU
dance) neither wa* there any such spice a* lore or organs, or bass viols/ or cornets. I Thy And bulwarks pearly !,gun with behold.salvation strong. ten so of eating It. and then mewed so possesses Fire Water and Wind Pr of.

the Queen of Sheba gave to King Solomon." lay take that which will bring out the most And streets of shining gold piteously tbat food was Curative Power .
Well, my friend*, you know that all theologian inspiring muslo. K we had half a* much soon 'furt ROOFING,
*agree in making Solomon type of a alan unrias. ann making the Queen of Slieba a tbe long of our Sabbath schools it would through tbe rejection of that Christ who One
type of every truth seeker, and I shall take not be long before the whole earth would makes heaven possible. I wonder if any of us day Topsy became the happy PecularTo CORRUGATED'
the responsibility of saying that all the quake with the coming God. Why in most will mill that spectacle I fear I I fear mother of five black killciu.
spikenard and raasla and frankincense which churches nlne-teuth of the people do not The queen of the south will rise up in judg- They roe
toe Queen of tihobi: brought: to King Solomon rag:: or they sing 10 feebly that the people ment against this generation and condemn wore born in I big, empty feed box in Iself -_ (ATALOIUI.ou.I.,
are mightily uiggentive of the sweet at their elbow do not know they are slug- it, because she came from the uttermost the barD Under her tender If have --1 i i en.
plow of our holy religion. Christianity I. tug. People mouth and mumble the prasof | parts of the earth to hear the wisdom Solomon care they yon a .,((
not a collection of sharp technicalities and God; but there ia not more than one out and behold a greater than Solomon grow strong and tu'ived Topsy' life Oar
angular fact ami chronological; table and of a hundred who make "a joyful noiso"unto Is here I May Ool grant that through your was wrapped in them. When COLD or COUCH cad ran Hoofing be .1. reatO any one.for the Do BnNdlnf nol buy
dry statistics. Our religion i* compared to the Rook of Our Balvauou. Sometime own practical experience you may fiud that up they brute or leading toCONSUMPTION any Koofln* till to u. fwronr. J H..rrin.
frankincense and to cassia, but never tonlgbtlhadt *, when the congregation forget itself religion's ways are ways of pleasantness, and became strong enough to partake of : Uve Catalogue,6re I AUavMTM TA
It I. a b'indleotniyrrh. It tea and U all absorbed in the goodness of God or that all her paths are paths of peactbat its solid I i
daeh of holy light. Jt I. a sparkle of cool the gloria of heaven,.1 gut an intimation of i perfume now' and perfume forever. And food sire brought succulent wee
fountain Jt is an owning opaline gate. what church muslo will bo a hundred year. there was an abundance of spice; "neither mice for them to cat, and each kitten I
Is ii a collect n of slicu. Would Uod that from now, when the couuing generation iball was there any such spice as the Queen of SCOTT'S
11'.11'\1'.a* wise in taking spice to our Divine wake up to its duty /bheba: K&Y to King Solomon. got ono daily. I 'oJ/I$

King a* Queen iialkis was wine in tak- I promise high spIritual blessing to any For ten days sho pursued (his
,lng the apices to tbe eartblyBolomonl I What one who will 110:; in cuurch and who will A UnIque Rotifer. practice
many of us moat need Into have the humdrum sing so heartily that the people all around until people wondered where E 'UlSION
driven out of our life and the hum- cannot help but sinz.; Wake upt I all the At a recent meeting of the Natural Topsy found so tidbits I
many for her PJUNT.Ph
dram out of our religion The American aud churches from Bangor to San Francisco and TH .
KngUku church will die of humdrum unless across Christendom. It is not a matt?r of IlUtory Society Dr. Thomas S. Steven darling Her fidelity to those little I REQUIRES
there be a change.An preference, it is a, matter of religious duty. entertained and instructed the membersby \ or I-un.: con LiTE on. ; EQUAL AIij
black animated j E ADDIIONi";
editor trout Son Francisco a few week Oh, for fifty times more volume of sound. I at: illustrated paper on a rotifer, a bund{ of fur was AND HYPOrilOSPIIITESi ?, KINQ, 25
!ago wrote ma savin he wa for German chorals in Herman cathedral surpass touchinjr and it i A\O SOltJ.
; getting up micros ;rlc animal that Is among the was with a pang of Llll I 5oST
bis paper symposium from many clergy us, and yet Germany has, received t xsa r-on. iN7348PAPER5
men. ducussfng among other tblugs, \Vuy nothing at the hands of God compared with rarest In the group. It was first discovered regret that I learned one day that ale t BU* preparation OUE contain the r. : I "brr.wi but* ii. Am- .. \vi I rruuvi.
do not people go to church and he wanted America; and ought tile acclaim in Berlin be by ft Russian mlcroscopist, next bad been robbed of her young I ting proiwrtle; of the JI"II""plirl'.lmol 'I 1 uuy arlivu,..r"ha.....L '..--N. .
mv opinion, and I gave it In one sentence, louder than that la Brooklyn? Soft, long found twice in Philadelphia once in Illinois \ and fins %ur,_'.". Cud U. ---
"feopl do not go to church because they drawn out music appropriate for t ho draw. Singly and in pairs, they were given 9 by pliyslolnus) ail rue world over. It it at EWTsr98 % LYE
cannot stand the humdrum." The fact u ing room and appropriate for the concert, and some year ago ia Trenton. It to J{ J/'Wo a* :. ThreoUineses efficn.. !
that mott people have no much humdrum in but St. John gives an idea of the sonorous has now been re-discovered Lere. away admiring neighbor, until i Emulsion plain botter Cut than Llr.t L Powdered udP.ru1

their worldly calling that they do not want and resonant congregational singing appropriate Tbo creature U unique in several particulars : nono were left to Icelvo'tlo ministra1tioiis I All terms ot najHiiig .alolh.I, <>rI ) (P.n"&D.
to bave added the humdrum of religion. AVe for churches when, in listening to the > .MlI. ktrongrst purr made.
that would be of but little interest of the
need In all our sermon*and ,exhortations temple service of heaven, he say: "1 heard: yomng mother Still, with i CONSUMPTION Makes the test perfumed HTdSoaptn2omiuuteswtthoietboZ
'songs and prayer more of what Queen Hal- a great voice, as the voice of a great multi to the general reader but which fill pathetic regularity, she continued to i Scrofula, and 1.1 Flesh Producer P -
kin brought to Solomon-namely, luorepice lade, and as the voice of many waters, andas with inexpressible joy 'the heart of the I"el nothing like SCOTTS EMUISIOM. '*g. It is tbe btfkt fur softening
tile voice of mighty thundering Hallelujah devoted niicroacopist.itho is happy when catch mice and bring them to the big It sold by all DrucElt iJttuoonaby waterScleansing Waste plp
'L1*fact I II that the duties and core of thl* for the Lord God omnipotent rei"ncto. into the little brain the box There she dropped them in prof u.explanation or Impu'U ui entreaty disinfecting sinks,c wt
life, coming to us from time to time, are ." ho is ,prying or one lad oca you to accept a nutaUtule.Rliutoio lug bottles, t e"
stupid of teu and inane intolerable Her Jain with me in a crusade, giving me not larger; stomach of the animal. at a lime, until each of the absent kittens -- --_._ _.- PENNA. lat CO.,

are men who have beau bartering and ne only your heart, but the mighty; uplifting The little creature is blessed above the had been provided for. hen Agents, Phil., .
collating. climbing pouivUuj; hammering of your voice, and 1 believe we can,tbrourb; human beast in having two stomachs, 1.ISMIH'S
for twenty years, loriy years. tUtr year.. Christ's 6THCO, slag fifty thousand soul tutu Topsy never teemed to doubt that
OOB treat long drudgery ba. thoir life beer. the kingdom of Jurist. An argument they which it can fill with other animals, and WORM OIL
Their face anxious, their feeling benumbed can laugh at, a sermon they can talk down, apparently enjoy itself by digesting themin they would return Finally somebody

thdrttayi monotonous. What i* necessary but a vast audience joining in one anthem Uirresistible. spite of their wripglinj. But in con- nailed tire box cover.down, and Topiy
to brighten\ up that wan'lite, and to sweeten .- Would that Queen Balkis would
that acid all leaden doniedortes into nectioa wife one of the animal's stomach could net get inside but for WormsISASAFEANO
disposition!! and to put sparkle into drive her spice some day
the man's spirits 1 be iplceryof our holy our church mu""\ "Neither woe there any a discovery has been made in Tren- she visited the and mewed I
religion. Why, if betwteu the lov of life such spine as the Queen of bhebo.: gave Km{ ton that has never before been made In lot most i SURE
there dashed gleam of an eternal gain: it Solomon." part of the 'werld-wotherwise it dismally. Then she seemed to become I REMEDY.'f

gleam between% of the the betrayal undying of friendship life there of caine Christ the; he Now fact, I that want religion to Impress is *w this..etnesa audience and with per. say would not be a',discovery., "This pouch resigned to her loss, and o.oe more I II. Sold_Everywhere._ SO .Oontcs,

Bin dull time in busln* we found inhiiteriiig *- fume and apikeuird and sat and ciana- is 1 internally lined With a dense and woolly became like her former self. II ;
spirit living to and fro in our elite I moa and cassia ant frankincense all 1 coating of vibrating hairt. These
and store and shop, everyday life. instead of sweet spire together. 'iJb,"' you say. "I internal to be PENSIONSgJlBEST
beluga,stupid; mouotone. would be a gloriM have net lookud as it as such. I thought it strange appendages appear and the '
inspiration, pendulumlug betweea calm was a nuisance; it had for me a nyxiliiion; I unknown to any other than the Trenton .Ut alf. I _ --
sauf action and high rapture. held my breath as though It were walodur; rotifer, and are, therefore, of great interest Alice (five rear old)- hope I win utt.4...$ a .; .
Lak. irs .
Row any woman keeps house without the I have men appalled at its I have ia a scientiflo way be a pleasant day for my party tomorrow I- -.:; I. -
religion of Christ to help her i*a mystery to t Mid it I have any religion' ail. I want to -----
me. To have to have little of is is poimble to Another pleasing point, pleasing bothto I auntie- "C
upend the .greater part of just as as get II LECS'.,. I.
one1 Ufe, a* many women, do, in ptanalni; through with." Db, what a mistake your the animal and to the microecopist, ia trait will dear I t COME at "HALF( ...P.,.
for U.meals, In sUbbing\ garment that w'tU L have. maO VKHTIC3
swoa be rent again and do ) .iriui t: realttgeen4 I LI Christ a present and everlasting! redolence its food nor of creating currents in the says tomorrow wilt I. Our 1100 watch I* an. P. e.,Ify*. in. A44i_. C. M. KVAfttt.
b equarlad 0. W. aiiuerviwng tardy subot"dinatw* said It counteract alt trouble. Ju t put it on lu daraUUIy. Our I .e.o t.EES a .
driving off dust that toon again will settle, the stand beside the pillow of sickuesa. It water that shall bring food to iu double fair. : i&i the run to that BAGGY

and luittf the same thing day In and day catches in the curtains and perfumes theuainjc stomach. It can only test on a small leaf Alice-Do th paper alwsqr know frwn amount*3 of to, from..t.b "" Gree1Tl'uttyetcker t
'out. and year la and year out until their air. H 'W"Guuahe cop of bitter other hold ita mouth widely tta biiver
object all
or andes. Don' br Mama
'hair si.vors and the and throws the Auntie-Ono cannot rely on them. .alch bay aeHitrmut( Maac
back stoops and tb.IlpeCSacleurawl medicine a glow oa gloom ifo t"aiaa bf MitaMoMi
to the eye, and the crave of the turned 1&t't.. is a balm (ur the open and wait for Providence to flU it b; certainly for pUDIGpr. ., sok I' ..4 fov a. .see.
ittreaks 0pt0Iunder the thin sole of the.ho.- aching side and a soft ban
fr. [oh.. It ill a lung monotony But when ChriU I pie stung with pain. sball blunder into tho trap and be done: mistake -O-PI
comes to the drawing room, and comet to Why did you look so sad to-day when you SICK .-K Waocsvu -
/ there it Alice
for because once In those jawa -Only God and *
tfca kftchen and grsadins'sbunloni .. .
com" to the nursery and I rsjue inC Alosl for the lonetinus and the U Man1YJ"- tuna. TMT. Sam
come In the deluug then how cherry be- heortbrnoltj and the load that ia never lifted no escspe.-7V Alo/ (A. /) Stoic GttttU. know tOt tore, do I : r Dr.J.Il.ljyLxgrur. -p.Y.espy

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Aa important meet n2 of par 1 sorna men would make him. tie need

M OVER ALABAMA. ties loteteatet will be held in New York, ALLIANCE TALKS. education and should drink deep fct the In the Spring.

the object being to sell! the Mon-gorntry* fountain of knowUidg It It in his reach

-' Tnskalotsa aod Memphis, now" inprooM and be should avail himself of it. He

of building, to the Mobile and Qhio NEWS OF THE ORDER FROM must do hill own work his own fal habit afM
VarIous' thinking, should from the
x Things That Nature tw atle.1', when the system.U changing "
are Happening and Chicago* ,and Alton people! SECTIONS. salvation, thus be in fact, that which he '
Around Us. The Ire Marhei.. is now only in name-a man" winter months to (lie lighter diet of' the warm season. Snifl'a Specifld .. ,

There is no noteworthy change In the 8. S. a stimulates and rid of that feeling of lea* I
iron market according to [ ], the sluggish Wood you ,
Birmingham ,
Items of Interest to Alliance Several colored AllUncemcn of Sumttr '
+e Alabama Great SoirhTn and the the Aye-Herald. The great dullness ness and languor '
county Georgia! are roported to have ',"
Georgia Pacific railroads have opened a which her prevailed for three or fontweeka men Everywhere.
braach, office or agency at Woodlawnand shows no signs of giving way., bought a largo tract of land in that S. S. S. beautifies the akin and makes the complexion rosy and healthy. I Is.

at East This county and have put 'up a taw mill. S. 8. 8. and "' \ .
Birmingham. will Still 'there is some hope for improvemeat SOUTH CAROLINA AND TUB THIRD TARTT. gives elasticity to the step buoyant spirits.
lumber the
They are all
greatly' facilitate matters in both places. I in the situation. The stock of pig' iron of shipping over S. 8. makes the feeble and delicate strong and robu.t.B. .
The suburbs about Colonel W. J. Talbert, South Car State besides setting out over 9iX acres
Birmingham are in the country Is known to be decreasing, alina superintendent of the penitentiaryand in fruit, and Superintendent Richardson S. S. is a tonic to the whole body and increases vitality. ,'
growing, aod their demands the and if this gains volume and on for
roads are receiving attention. upon a few, weeks the Inevitable effect goes will bea lecturer of tho State Alliance, whose of the State Colored Alliance, mi this 8. S. 8. Is a simple vegetable medicine. ,' ti.

The Roanoke Herald Some time betterment of the quotations. The loral utterances on [the subject of tho third beats politics. The colored Alliance is It there 1 111 poison in tho blood it generally showi itself Sa '
says: have been and have There in
party widely Quoted marching on to victory. are
since *e called the attention of property quotations are merely nominal, though attracted attention outside the state in a the South to-day over 2,000,000 member the spring, and this is the season to help nature to drip a

owneis to the propriety of organizing a there has been nothing like a break and recent Interview gives the following as *. Tho time is near at hand when it out and bo cured. Nothing does this as well as 8. 8. 8.
land no probability of such thing. No 1 i
company to receive 1 his is something that foundry has been offered in a Birmingham |iris pailtion on the third party question i this grand organization will demonstrateto It is harmless to the most delicate yet so powerful u to ,
ought more than a passing ; :'My Idea of the principles of the Alliance the world that its members intend to
thought at the hands of our people. at $13.75, which isbut 25 cents belowthe cleanse the system of all impurities. a
is that they are the principles of the keep abreast with the times and demandthe '
Nooe of the new towns la Alabama have best prices of the year. Still other Rooks, on Brood and tkln Dliteatte! tent Free
democracy that there is inconsistent same recognition granted to
accomplished anything ,without the aid there is comparatively little of that in.being; both an alliimccman nothing anda races and nationalities in the United THE BWIFT 8rKCinO CO., _ATLAKTA___u_ ,-_O.L"SMITH'S ._
Of a land company. All the old towns grade of iron being producedin .l.Y..H.YN.YY. '
democrat. Our order is political but States. The agricultural fields will work 1
that havo the district. No. 2 is at about '
done quoted ,
much the of DOCTOR +
way not partisan and in its. ranks men of out the race problem. I r
sod $11. while there are' laid to, have been
progress improvement owe it to tho .
energy and sagacity of a land offers of grey forge at $10, which is considerably parties are fighting ,
company. without :however renouncing their Label County Shiftman (Oswego, i
Let lower than for
Iloairake try this prescription it will some party allegiance. We propose to Ku.) flaYs: "Teaching the ,science of BEANS IACIERSIREi
work like a charm.It months. It is not easy to account for the BILE
irregularity'of.the market. Under ordinary indorse for congress or for )the government is ono great object of the + h

is reported that Mr. George Gillian conditions QTCT fore it $10 would senate, or for .president,' only Farmers Alliance Too much ignorance '
who resides near Clemeat'ain Tuscaloosa these has and tho word of dema
indicate about $11.50 for No. 1 but No. men (Iwho will advocate the prevailed, ;j
county has fallen heir to an immense 1 is worth $1.23 more than that.; It is reforms we
amount in England. Ue has received extremely unlikely that there has been our fight in the primaries or conventions, of the people. False system and Cure Biliousness

notice from his mother, who is a sister of much, if forge actually sold at as the case may be, and will abide the false policies have so enveloped the DY
any grey
.Eugene DriLe of that''the voice farmers and laborers that life i il
of the majority of the party, whether perpetual t
I $10. that offer in cash
Probably was IlenrtBurn
suit, which has been pending in the it Ie for or against the Alliance candi hell before them. They are aroused at Bide headache, Malaria, CoetUenw,
made (
lot. But be that it Nervous
or Breath
a large as Itad
English courts for a of Now third last to the misery and injustice of their Dimness :lor Coughs Colds and Consumption beyond .
quarter a century may the condition of the market is very date. as to a party I wantto lability, Dy entry, JaundIce. Iquettloettn proateetotallnoderfMntedM.Iit .
has been decided favor of the this I to it unless condition And they are struggling man and under ?
unsatisfactory. It is not feverish; it is say : am opposed we Fain In the Bide wiutetopICou hlnensnight.It.115che.aIaColdlasda. 4 1'
Drake heirs. The estate runs well up simply unsteady, with little business doing find that the reforms we advocate cannot fully to rscnpe from it. They neither the Shoulder Blade ,. It will pr .en Croup, teUmSAithms t', I ,,

into the millions und Mr. George Gillian and comparatively inquiry.O.rr.p.lati..t.tae be brought in any other way. If they stop nor slacken their work until success : Niter fall to act on a Torpid Urn. end CURE Coniumotlon It tak> Istlm s

thinks that he will come in for one- cannot, then there wit be time enough to crowns their labor and justice shall once I'' bile from the "y litem; : .. IF THE LITTLE ONES HAVE .I'M 1
Spare Mile. Expel poisonous
fourth of the amount. decide course of action. It enthronod in the government.Speed Create WHOOPING COUGH t
There are four districts io Alabama hating on a might: Cl<*r'the Complexion; Aid Digestion; .
The famous be that third would be found to the day." Cure and Chills ana '
Hattio Enslcy furnace at a of "43 to 00" to the a party n Appetite. ; prevent ORI
Sheffield recently substituted Alabama mile.population These are tho Birmingham! be the best, or it might not. I have S.. .FeY.... W.aim mllkeShllit.h.HB CROUP '

coke for the Focahontas, West Virginiaproduct.ion. square district never crossed a bridge before to it, Tho People's Press (New Castle. Ind.) I
a section of the state I
proper; opposite could I LE
and the result is highly satis Columbus Ga. another section lathe rode a horse faster than it go, 01'paid says: "Take good care of your sub- i SMALL Usa It may. :

factory. The Sheffield Enterprise says: neighborhood and; eastward of Anniston a debt before I got the money and, Alliance; use every means to keep it ElKS 1" IT WHIII WIll rYuv.l CURl. I: I
I'', "The Hattie Euslsv Is fast demonstrating and a section extending from the therefore I can't say what would bo doneif pure; strive to mnko it an educator; labor : rr TlIiNO ILiI al

the qualities of Walker county coke., Tennessee river little above Decatur to it'should be found that the Alliance to keep up an interest; teach the : tie to tile bottle) ..FAILS .I"Y
" Since the of this in could not achieve its ends through eitherof doctrine of truth justice and social Rom ri>ter thin !: tap-otollr amnng woman I ''I can t afford to.
bcgii niog use coke the State line, and on to Nashville. The ui the place i>f Pocahontas, tho daily runs the old parties." equality; stimulate tho young mind as i 2A25o.bortlsmiiavstO 0 In Doctor's bills + '
interesting census bulletin from which I 8 thtlr )11!,... A SK foun JRUO. ,
well as the old to "a higher and npbler RELIABLE SAFE ECONOMICAL. -me> ins e
- have not decreased a ton. She still turns these facts obtained is !GIST FOR IT. IT TASTER
out from 100 to 170 doily" This is a a most excellent are showing accompaniedby THE :NATIONAL ALLIANCE EDCCATIOXAt- purpose in life; cultivate a high degree of Price 88 cent per" bottle, flea for II, '-....-......................GOOD......... I xQQ/

map, approximately social in tho order invite Write for --- L'
fellowship either alas Bold by DruggUU.
good showing for tho coke produced in the number, of inhabitants to the CAMPAIGN. ; "

"the state of Walker;" and it must square mile in all sections of the union. 'The National Alliance Educational free discussion on the living issues of thu Pteture.t. Sale !

amount of the to a Uattie considerable Enslcy.saving on. the i Almost the entire state of Ala campaign is meeting with unreserved much day; do in ono not day expect but to Co accomplish satisfied to too see F. SMITH & CO., HEW YORK CITY. For
part bama north of line
an irregular commendation trom nearly everywhere. "
There was a mule case before the Opc- drawn a short distance above the junction This campaign involves the holding of :your strength increase. day by day. REMEDY TWO
lika courts for several recently of the Warrior' and rivera I
days Tombigbee two or moro great Alliance msss meet- Mississippi and Tennessee arc now SECOND-HAND
which furnished an "Iliad of woe." W. belongs to the third croup having ings in each state, io last two days or BEECHAM'S PILLSFor r
making it lively for their United States Must be Sold I''' Cheap for Calh.. ,
O. Harwell, in December 1883 shipped from six: to eighteen inhabitants to the the months. Tho
longer during summer senator The various Alliance organisations Bilious! and irons Disorders. Adilrru JOIINHON PARKER At CO.,
from Columbia to Opelika a carload of square mile. Below the line mentioned ablest and most favorable Alliance speak- arc asking Senators Walthall and "Worth a OnlnM a Box" but sold OI3 C'liramnt Me., C".U.n.o..,T.....

mules, via Western Hail way of Alabama. the Stato is put in the second group hav era are to attend each meeting, and it is George and Senators Harris and Bate how for 25 Cents
Said mules received in due time ing from two to six to the I MA.Um ,
were of .
: square proposed to have an interchange they stand in regard to tho demand. of BY ALL DRfUUIATN. BORE WELLS !
and a mule received in The Birmingham district is classed fifth
particular wan a speakers between the several sections of : the Alliance platform. The senator to MONEY I <
,dilapidated condition which furnishedi and the census bulletin says: "Fortyfiveto the country. Among the states whose Our Welt Miuthlnx" .r* lh....n.| ,
elected in both) these Statca will haveto ... ........ .... .. I
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for and '
>,work the circuit court of Lee county, ninety ninety and above to the presidents executive committees have make very active campaigns: and prove IP is dn.. : nr! *'
'' .iw\ri'K'A-J\
embracing two petit.jtirors, two stenographers square mile appear only as commerce enthusiastically endorsed tbe movement, themselves stronger with the people than / '' W.ll.- \
and two first-class lawyers. and manufacture arise and personal and and have already named the times\ TheyyrMlat'1 An* ',. 'l'LOOMIS
the Alliance or else suffer defeat at the l InohM lo"lt I ...d .=::;.. _
<' The original value of the mule was $100. professional services are in demand." and places for the meetings are: Ala hands of the order if they refuse to accept TTablUCnred without phynlcul ornnnlallnJnr,. & NYMAN L105U. ,' .

as per contract between the shipper and Montgomery and Mobile are not in populous -; bama, Arkansas Georgia. Illinois, Indiana the of principles laid down Treatment lilfnticul with that of Dr. Kooky, at U .
1 the WcBttTn Hallway of Alabama. The districts, though the two cities Kansas Kentucky, Louisiana, Missouri by the Alliance.platform Dwight, llllnoU. For partlonUrn, RcMroMTHC TIFF8M. OHIO. .,
case reminds one of the Corsican vendetta, have thousands of inhabitants to the North Carolina, North Dakota r Edcewood ATA. and ITT St., A1'LANT1,01. A. N. U, .................<>.....Nineteen. U. ',':
'.:"where, after innumerable lawsuits and souare mile. Pennsylvania, South Carolina Tennessee Under the new congressional apportionment -

two fatal duels ono litigant gets the hen Texas West Virginia, Indian Territoryand in Alabama the Sixth District
and the other the egg-a bad egg how FROST IN MAY. Oklahoma Territory. The States of Alliance was cut in twain. President It. DOWN ..

ever. -- California, lows Maryland, Michigan W. Bcek, who was sent into the new WHY not hey from tin T..r.f.( Feeler' of 1
They: Like It. Weather In the Dakota and h.lil.dlll'''.. \'a .r ,
Unprecedented Mississippi South Virginia
The shipment of Alabama coal sent to ninth district calls a convention of Alii- TM wry Brut werld..II" >>..1.....' ,....... atfa1OtaAra1/
States.An have all declared in favor of tho campaign
Northern .
from Jefferson
Blount Dibb Articles
ancemen Over 1,000
New Orleans a few days ago by way of and are now for tho and to meet in old rftrwl to ther.bywrtrs901.e0nye..r.
Greenville baa been received there and Albany, N. Y., dispatch says: arranging Perry Hale Ilandolph t0fpltt omnium
times and places '. .
Farmers a.t market, Tuesday morning, reported Ala., to organize a District Alliance for ,
they nocall for more. Captain Jack- t
State! has President
frosts in their neighbor every : the new district. .
son is buying and hiring all the barges Polk to attend those meetings and be JlQ'4 .
.and boats to the line. On hood. Fruit blossoms are blighted foli- : ,
put will be at as many of them ns he con The AhUsncea in Florida
withered and ice half an inch thick: county are FflEE
the steamers and in the 'shops the Ala- ago possibly reach.-F.rmer'. :Advocate (Tar- -
in to President Polk'
formed. It snowed in Albany Tuesday regard
bama coal has taken the blue ribbon.
boro N. C. circular tNtsteTIICytIIr
) relative to lecturer for the District I" ter

morning and the weather U blustering.
They all like it and say that it Ss just as
Alliances. When these shall have
good if not better than Pennsylvania Much the same condition prevailed over 0
I the entire northern portion of ,tho state TALKS. been provided In each congressional district .
coal The "Keystone State" people are .. t/eosa IAN ,,
Governor Tillman of South Cnrolina, the lecture of the Alliance
.. becoming just a little bit alarmed. It from east to we>t. system
is possible for the road and boat and At Fort Wayne Ind, a Very heavy wants something better than the sub- will be fully completed concerning na mID .

barge lines to handle tons frost oci urred Tuesday night. The dam treasury bill, and in his own view of the tional state, district, county and sub- WONDERFUL Ida
1,000 day.
This would amount to about per age done to fruit trees aud garden truck !\question that something better he believes Alliance .1nCI. LUBURG CHAIR 110"
will be enormous. to be the free coinage of silver (!.... ... a roer,.hll.f
cent of the consumption of New Or combined with the issuance of Organizer are now at work in ("alre I. .... b..kiaIn.kingaL..asn.dorC..ek.
leans. In or two another Ice ono-hnlf an inch thick formed at /greenbacks every ; 510111,
aday shipment
either on the own state and in the unjon and sub- "
will be made and as the vessels into Kalamazoo Mich. Opinions differ as to I Invalid appUOMM Of swan dtterlplto
go credit or on land. On being asked his Alliances, distrIct Alliance "aln d.,.
Alliances County Iteek..I.
New Orleans the will be fl bearing tho amount of damage done in the fruit LlIII.n 1/NL Yeeey ( J al 1
flags >ing opinion of the future of the Alliance and State ,Alliance are being tOT WrIte| tt once for':alalo._ -

.the inscription ''Alabama Goal. belt.The ground was covered with snow at the governor laid: "It is hard to saybut Formed* ) postiible. President I Amd ilampi and nuwffam good waul**
rapldlr.aa CO. .
it seems to me the order has a great Polk Columbus Ohio ttI
I 1 A telegram sent out from Anniston North Troy.. Vt., Tuesday morning. 'A 103.I'll.' .. .tt. 8113.116 N.rl" .,.. ,"cr..a.
future. Even when its reforms there State Alliance.
light fall of snow is reported at Rich- political and organized a
'. some days ago; as to a suit against the have been ,secured there is its business ..

Woodstock Iron company for the land fi.rd.The thermometer at Shrewsberry organization to hold it together. Alreadythe Some Alliance papers think it was too ADVICE TO WOMAN !
its coke has
occulted by furnaces turned Mass, was three degrees below the freezing order baa done vast good not great a hardrbip on the Alliancemen to f
out on invCJtll'atioD.! to be largely sensa
point. Ice formed in the pails after only in affording direct relief to tho love to pay a difference of a dollar a bale .
tional. The title of the Woodstock Iron .
to its coke furnace has sunrise. Cherries and plums are in farmers, as in the jute bagging fight and for cotton bagging, and are gratified that For PAINFUL, I'JtOFUBE, SCANTY, SUrfltESSED ,
company property bloom. through co-operative stores, etc., but by they can now purchase jute bagging at a
been investigated by able counsel and is At Winsted, Coon., ice formed in teaching them the secret of acting together reasonable price under Alliance sanction. or IllltEOULAR MENSTRUATION, you mutt use
considered good beyond question. At .
posh all over LitchUeld county. Cherry of co-operation. It has shown '
one time there were some difference be- trees are all in blossom and it is,feared the farmers that they can do something Boll ver county Review (Itosedale, Miss) RADFIELD'S r :;
tween the West Anniston Land
companyand the crop his suffered by the frost. Apple when united, and that without unity theyare says "The Alliance of Deliver county ,
tbe Woods tot k Iron
company growing and pear trees have not yet bloomed and helpltss. There is one danger tbe will support no man for the legislature or

mainly out of certain claims for compensation those crops are nut injured. Alliance will have to guard against and senate unless: he pledge himself to support -

from the former against tbe .-- that is the Individuals! who would use the men for the United States senate FEMALEREGULATOR

latter company for lands occupied as Alliance vote for their selfish ends. The who will advocate the sub-troaaury bill."
right of way by the Anniston and Cincinnati REPEAL OF TOBACCO TAX. rank and file of the order will have to .. 4

Railroad company All these -- legate to the rear those leaden who In its march northward the Farmer'
matters however were satisfactorilysettled The New Law Is Now In Full
would attempt to enforce unanimity; to Alliance is establishing its official
between the several organs 8-1883.
weeks Ala. March
parties Henderson ,
Effect-Its Provisions.Under measure men by 'yardstick,' and ostra
all along the One of the largest,
since, and there is no longer 'any issue way. For three wlfa has been under the treatment of the leadingphysicians
said the McKinley tariff net, beginning cise or eipell all who refuse to do their handsomest and best edited of these is yean my
between .
companies.C bidding." for menstrual trouble, without benefit, most of the time con
the Farmers' Alliance of Baltimore
Friday, all special taxes imposed Journal
fer Taaplee. fined to her bed. After taking three bottles of BRADFIELD'S FEMALB
upon dealer' in leal tobacco, denier in l1d., an eight-page weekly.
The Mobile Register says: The arrival manufactured tobacco, m nufac ur, rs of In reply to a request from the Weber 1 REGULATOR she can do her cooking, milking and washing N. L. BSYAW.
of the American
and bage to take Expert a cargo Company's of coal tug for tobacco aod cigars and p ddlers of to- county, Miss. Alliance, asking for his I In Pennsylvania"West Virginia and : BOOK TO "1011l"llILED FREE WHICH mums YilDiBLE IlfOEHTlOI 01 ILL IIIlLE: DIIEIJ.BRADFIELD .

bac'-p are repealed. The l law h views on the sub treasury plan GovernorJ. some other dates the Alliance hu
is fact. The Mobile wever largely GA.
Tampico a significant : REGULATOR: CO., ATLANTA
M. Stone who hat and favorably
that these frequently
and Birmingham railway has made requires various classes of increased its membership -bsor'inu' yN N.i b aD Dnlsall.l1rJJIGCb.
elaborate <>tiuns to handle the bet dealers shall register their names, placeof been m ntioncd ss successor to the Patrons Toil an organization which

Alabama kttam pi par coal at this port, and the business etc., with be collectorof ex-Senator Waltball, has submitted a preceded the Alliance in those states. r
internal letter the following being an extract -
with the
revenue exceptionof .
coming to Mobile of the barge which baa
done such good service in fensucoU in dealers in manufactured tobacco who therefrom: *6o far as the sub-treasury The new editor of the Toiler, at

the same line of business,' signalizes the are DOt r quired to register. Tb' aum- is intended to supply an Increase! of Nashville, Tenn., in his salutatory lay Best Couch Medicine, Kopommended by FbirsJclans( the,

beginning of the export trade at this her t of dealers in the (utter class, according <<: money it promises nothing good to the the change in ownership and management Cures children elun tako/It with out objectionFOR and airreeuble r to ts,
who above all others will be taste.
to the of the commiisiorer of farmers ,
port. Knowing ones point to the fact report does not mean a change: !,.of policy.
the victims of ihe evils of inflation
that Mr George Gould who is deeply internal revenue of 1889 was 003,508, any
interested in Tampioo enterprises, is also Who paid a tax of $3: 40 each. It Is' which will disturb values. They need MORE FIGHTING O

the force in ihn Em Tennessee said at the department that the abo'itionof for their welfare currency u steady and -

Virginia and Georgia system, and this special tax of $1.40( will cause stable u themselves.. Traders and speculators Between Strikers and Officers :

they suggest that the export business I. loss to the government of $1,800,0 an those looking out for corners, In The Coke Regions.A DIARRHEA;'
riot amid tbe ,
Dually The of law can excitement of speculative
nec provision
here is to be fostend by leading I dispatch from Unlontowo Pa., says:
financier. If so, the coming of this bwrgd I the caution label requ r:d to be valu sand fluctuations from dlsturd. Another collision ha occurred betweenthe
used by manufacturers of ci en also a ance, leaving the farmer and laborer no DYSENTERY
is but the beginning of great things tor gOt coke strikers and the deputy sheriff, ,
Into sort of chance that
cff cL It eliminates from even in condition of

Mobile. The Iilerex I.a.*... the portion of the 1-bol reserved fur the things. Promise of opportunity to obtain the seriotlsluywounded.result being one striker Snday dead night and Super-one .. .

Several days ago The Plant Investment use of the government all forego matter money .t a tow rate of interest by intendent Gray and Pit BOM Callahgban ':fffi M all CRAMPS

company at Aiontgumery, for causes resulting such. designs, onmmeotr, t te. deposit log cotton and getting: advance of LelsenriogNo. 8. went to house No. ...' '
of tO per cent. of its value is,, I think, .
from with the Troubles.
disagieement 17 to rescue two of the men who had Stomach
trustees of bonds, allowed the Alabama The Debt Statement. a delusion. or a snare. been at work and were being held at that \: -

Midland first bonds to default :. '. ck -
[ mortgage house by the strikers. They were set
|Oil their ldter *t. but advertise that they The debt statement Usued from Washington Tbe Farmert YidetU, of Alexandria. upon and stopped and the deputies came ( IS A SURE l CURE.

I'win pay at their office, on Twenty-third Friday shows decieai of the La, reports flue P O.lI'PI.ID the order la to their aid. One of the strikers tried to \o.nQ1'T .1

[street New York, all coupons presented, t da t during t>.e month of April of $1- that stale. The Vtdett4 reminds its take a gun from one of the deputies,

which they are doing. The reason for 014,327.49; total Intern -bi-aiiox debt readers that "the former mud educate : when bot war fired by the strikers CKLEBEJU.TE Tp/s.lo4 fl
inch action is supposed to result: from the outtUudiag. t610.771.0:30: ; total deed of himself. lie must familiarize himself Buperntendent Gisr then ordered the HiriG

[action of the JUtropJiUn Trust company all( kinds, '1,5>8.68.43I.; CHthiotbe with everything that goes to constitute deputies to fire, and io the volley which CHILDREN.Aik .

of New York, who are the trns- treasury 'tJOU.18J.t-5i; tlebt has government lie must an interest followed John ilabao, a striker, fell( DU1r8.--M.rch.nUO.;

'tees of tbs hoods refusing to deliver credits '84tl,813,683.29r Gold in his surroundings He,must awake! .to dead, and another, wfcoso name is not, CORD IAL .your., .nd tskPO aubamuta.

the eoatfol of>> th*, common stock cenidoates outstanding f 168.199,899; the fact that du lea and obligations as a known received mantel wound. _
[,of tb t iAhtb ma M dand: company, dlvrrcellincat.s laisinoding. $:116,212- Citizen require a knowledge Low to perform --- CNICHtnn" E.WIII. Rtll elf 081 :>OIA11011D A. irEtlNYR

which they hold la tecoo'L.aqd wbicn 857; currenry ce t flmt.s outstanding and discharge aa intelligent ". Boyd Ousted. vIa t

|was aol l t-i tho Plant company by the $14,270 Treasure no'es of 18VO (bullion manner lie must, if he wishes to prosper ; Y !t

ruction' company, This jctioy does puritust) onir*), $...,TaI.tOO lKltadr cease to think b, proxy, and do so Dispatches of Tuesday from Lincoln, 0 rig r..eret: oar. ..seer o..a : .w e.d ... ,

pot impa r, however in the slightest the note(ouuuud.oc. fj4.l G.tIlW; fr-c. himself. He is a ma, a being who moves, Nebraska states that the Supreme Court _= :::t-- T"t:::;::::: ....

doe of the security itself. Th.Alati tinnal turret cy tee tl.11.2. Jlultd.a\ lives aod f.a s, and not a machine who is has rendered a decision unseating Boyd .._to.:8:/'::c.... .. .. _" 1Ie&-
:: ia=;: .. Ga.oat.reaGatrK 'rraM
Midland is earning nv-re than sued to PKcUta ni.rwul omitted from set la he who ') from the Governorship, and ti \.
>a now I *are wotioo by desires to do so. declaring .Jd hi &....a ........
cleat t j pay all espe"1eI1JI4 fixed this statement. He is not the ducila.Laut. of burden that Tharer Governor. -'b. '





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} 8 t ;, '. ; ', :t THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE, FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1891, ', '

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The Down River MU1. atlve and reasonable, but his logic Is
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faulty; the conclusion being without bJ JJJ SHIRTS
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We low Two Subwrlbrri at Melbourne.Letter. foundation. The article which has produced ( : M'oo o tTl tTj ;t =-:.;. ,

I from Representative )Hen so much resentment at Melbournedid III ; L'J t:' tt : n V ANDSO

not aim ,to deprive that point of a
Met nornNE, May.11,1891. dally A change'to ,Eau Gallie i' I-I t1 rPA ,.__ a y wzr: D ] TxES; ,

JHcut Coaft .idroratrs would not be an adequate or effective o r; gi L. X1'4 a arom0 ,Are the Proper Thing for Gentlemen to Wear this Weather

'The people of Melbourne have read remedy to apply to the wretched service 6fB '
we receive Mr. Branch Is correct. to m t:"" --... "f c:: WE, HAVE:
'with some degree of surprise the editorial 0I 8 c:> TBIEMAlso
In the loot Issue of the ADVOCATE the necessity of a dally mail for the entire g : 0T I ; t'T1'' -S' ,

under the caption of "The Down River river, and that is what we believe S .i; t;; f;! "r--.. 1 N .

Malt.; We were aware that a petition will be the ultimate outcome of the M 6 S$ H t-2:: '4p' ;! Black Satin
o pB Pa Hw Suspenders
was being extensively circulated, the present agitation. To place the south- L'J
p ,
ern terminus of the up-river route at S- 'r; cS $: I
effect of which, If granted, would be to 8.iT M o White Satin Lining, at One Dollar.
Eau Game would certainly be an improvement :
deprive Melbourne of her dally mall and
1>>. (U > Ro1>>
freight service. But we hardly expected over the present arrange f.; & = (0'w EdIN c:> f.; The finest
the ADVOCATK to publicly champion I ment. The run from Eau Gallle to Melbourne s hf Thing Out.

auch a measure, even If the private Interests and return is not made in forty !;) ? C i: 0 g & tid :O;; m oam .

of Its editor in Eau Oallle would minutes; seldom In double that time. o O -4 t-2::
seem to prompt such an utterance. The arrival of the steamer from Melbourne E: M U) Q Z awy : : E3 .

at anywhere from nine m. to oq : m t--i ::1.
The excuse urged U that the mall-boat p. .. Hy
does not arrive at Tltusvllla until two or midnight, Is not an Inconvenience to the 0 r" ( 2: V t sti E. TURNER & COGroceries

three hour after the closing of the post- people of Titusvllle alone; It annoyingto 2"aka| HH t'T1 g: y
office for the night. This I Is unfortunate) people all along the river, and as far ::; 6 : .. : lIa:
south Lake Worth. A Titusvillc firm *g :;: 0 "" p :ae. :C
but is the Indian Hirer mall ncrvjre -tol as S ff g. = E. L. .,
>e run for the benefit of Tltusvllle atone? received two telegrams today (Wednes- () ; x :::1.-

Tltuivllle merchants did not originate day) from people who wished to attendto 'i!' 0 : 1fl C Eot'T1 Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer.

the movement; and we do not believe business Tltusvllle, asking that an i LTJ !;) III c= ,

they are anxious to build, up their town Interview be granted on arrival of the M M. .P t I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of

J>y Cut pulling suppose down the their change neighbors'were. made their steamer journey, so that northward they might the next proceed morn on It] i C ti > Staple Sc l twicy .' G-roeerie, Fruit

The interview because ... And Food ProductsOf
The stenmrr consumes perhaps forty ing. was not granted, 1 '
the human have All Binds Also My Stock of
must .
:minutes in running from Eau Gallic to anatomy .

Melbourne and loturn; so that if the rest and sleep, and It cannot take advantage BREVARD COUNTY JAMES HOLMES, President.ALBERT Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal,
of those sweet restorers If It is
terminated at Eau Gallie
service were A. TAYLOR, Secretary. Ground Food and Wheat.I .
the mail would still arrive at Titusville compelled to watch the approach of a am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively in the above line of

Jong after the closing:; of the postofflre. steamer until midnight. The failure to STATE BANK INDIAN RIVER Goods. I buy clone, and will sell close. I Invite your correspondence solicit

Wily not petition the department to obtain an Interview of a few moments, your patronage. Very truly

tTKlJkx JJockledge the southern terminus? necessitated a stop-over at Titusville for 33. L. BB.ADY.

'Then the mall would reach Tltusvllle\ in twenty-four hours, and perhaps the COCOA FLORIDA, REAL ESTATE
merchants missing of steamer from Jacksonvilleor GEORGE M. BOBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM,
:good season; ; your t
plenty of tine to fill their orders for Savannah, or possibly from New York Incorporated 1880.CAPITAL Xttorney-at-Law. Attorney-at-Law.

garden seeds etc. But Melbourne merchants for Europe.Mr. EXCHANGE
,flod the with their Branch himself often has business : ,
same difficulty Paid Up, $2 ,OOO.
at the county seat when making a trip Robbins & Graham
u}>- vor orders. Could not some arrangement Authorized, $100,000. COCOA Indian River FLA
be made by which the mall north, and would no doubt be able to ,

occasionally a day If he could arrive
.lioat should go 110 further north than ACCOUNTS SOLICITED. -

City Point, so that we might fill our upriver here before everybody had retiredfor Honey to Loan at Lowest Rates. Property of Alt Kinds Bought, Sold and Real Estate Dealers.
orders by return steamer? The the night. The outrageous hour at

truth IH, Instead of petitioning the Postmaster which tho steamer arrives at Tltusvllle DIRECTORS: Exchanged.
at present is Inconvenient to the G. S. HARDER, President.
General for a curtailment of the very JAMES HOLMES Vice-President. KF: AH Inquiries will be promptlyand
ttorvlce, we ought to ask him to give usA people of Titusville, but not more so R. B. HOLMES, Cashier. reliably answered. Fire Insurance
dally mail the entire length of the than It Is to the people from all parts of ALBBKT A. TAYLOR, J. M. SANDERS, written In standard companies at lowest Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Company.Titusville .

rrlvcr. This will doubtless come In the the river who have business here requiring J. F. WOOTKS. rates.
attention in Some of the Brevard Co. Florida.
near future; and Melbourne will gladly person. ,
lend her Influence In that direction. Individuals who are furious at our remarks

-Ai for the 'peoplo up and down the on the subject; are the very people The Clyde Steamship Co. P. o'no/, S5Q.

fiver, uho have signed the petition to who have pulled us out of bed on their We Buy and Sell All Kinds of Real Estate, and are Sole'Agents for i
of arrival in their frantic attempts to get large list of carefully-selected Properties all parts of Brevard county.
.deprive 'Mulbouina dally, with matter In RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, location and value of 'any Pro
through some trifling
to aware them that such neighborly
we beg Indian
perty on River.
order to return to Melbourne the next
acts are duly appreciated. We morning and have themselves abused Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are unequalledand
arc glad to believe that the large major- the schedule they now attempt to every effort will bo made to give perfect satisfaction to intending rurchaten
of them have done so without giving defend. who may favor us with their patronage.
The mall and local passenger serviceIs No Properties listed unless the Title Is Perfect.
the matter any thought. The proposed wretched'and; If we submit without Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring large bodies of .Lot-
,change would not result in the slightest complaint, will become even worse. Priced Lands
:benefit to them; and when they come to Other postofflces will be established; one Write for Descriptive Catalogue.

/see the mutter In Its true light, we think probably at East Melbourne, which Is
and after a time the
ithey will feel like sending in protests steamer will not arrive until morning, ED'-1IT.A.RD: SrrILIN'"G-.,
against the granting of their own pe- which would really be more satisfactorythan

titions. at present; and. when our Melbourne Cocoa Indian River Florida
The trade of Melbourne has attained fl'lendslnvade the privacy of our .
bedrooms it would be time to get Dealer in
up. New York
its dimensions fair and Charleston and Florida Lines.
present by square
The change to Eau Gallie would not be ,
'competition. We don't. want the earth; satisfactory, but it would be an Im PAINTS, HARDWARE, STOVES, TINWARE &: AGATEWAH1,
and we entertain no jealousy towards provement. I
:any of our neighbors The prospects of Personal or private Interests did not The magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed -. PLUMBERS' A: MILL SUPPLIES OILS, GLASS A PUTTY TABLE

enter Into consideration when we wrote to sail as follows : &: POCKET CUTLERY, BARBED WIRE, WIRE NETTING,
the place are brighter than ever before.
our article. If they had we should have
'More real estate has changed hands In taken up the battle In favor of Melbourne From New York, From JackaonvUle.florid .
and about the settlement within three Instead of Eau Gallie from the (War 211.E.]t.) STEAMER *. : SASE!:, BLXNDSp ::EJa.l:0K: ,
fact that we have warm friends and Monday, Apr.27th,at 3 P. M."SEMINOLE.Sunday, 3d,
May at
.months, than during the past three more valuable Interests at the former Wednesday, Apr.2Mb,at S p. .....,"IIUXJUOIH.' ........Tuesday, May 5th, at 13,00 1.00 noon r. *; Lime & Cement, Shingles & Lath.
and substantial improvements Friday, May lit ate p. ......"AMMNqtilX.".Thursday, May Tth, at 4.00 .
are A M,
years; Ammunition
and Tacklfl of all
Gang Fishing kinds. Ship Chandlery Goods Gaud
pointThe Monday, May itbat3 P. ......CHEROKKE/1: .......Sunday, May 10th, at 830 A. .. ,
projected for the coming season. But letter of Mr. Nesbitt requires no Wednesday, May 6th,at 3 p. ......."YKMA88EK."..Tuesdky, May mh. at Boo A. M. Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasoline Stoves, Coffin and Caskets;
Friday May 8th, at 3 p. .... "SKMINOI.K' '*......... 14th, ARTESIAN WELL PIPE Lawn Mowers
when we find It necessary, in order to answer.- It is unjust Our readers well ....?.." .Thnnilay May at 11.30 A. M' a Specialty. Ice
Monday Mayllth.atS p. ]ROQUOIS.Runda', May 17th, at 11JO
tbulld up our town to attempt the undermining know that we can "grasp matters beyond Wednesday May 13th at 3 P. ........AlOOSQUINr"'......Tuesday, May. 18th. at lee A.p. M M,. Cream Freezers; Brick Lime Cement and
our Inconveniently situated county Friday, May lath,at 3 P. ......'.CHKROJJoK. .......Thursday, May ,let.. at 2.30 r. M Chimney Pipe; Flags Bunting;
of neighboring places, let a town." In our efforts to fight the Monday, May 18th,at 3 p. _....."VEMA88EE.. '"........Sunday, May S4th, at 4 jo A. M; Table and Pocket Cutlery; Mouldings: Scroll Work, ew., etc.'
Wednesday, Ma,3Oth,at 3 P. ......'8EM1NOLE.'.........Tueaday, May ZBtn, at 6.00 .
tidal from the Atlantlo A. M
wave sweep steamboat monopoly and promote, as Friday, May Zed, at 8 p. ......."IKOUUOia?' Ma,28th. at 5.00A. M. Catalogues, sample cards and sire lists sent free on application. Correspondence
Across the Peninsula and undermine the our judgment dictated, the interests of Monday Maymthat3p.M..... 'ALOONQU1I".Sunday, May Slat at l1.OOA.N. solicited and estimates furnished promptly.
the whole have been Wedneaday May lI'1that P. ......-CHEROKEE.1'' ,,....Tueaday, June *d? at 1JMP. M1.W
iLluft on which Melbourne Is located. river we compelledto Friday, nay zath,at 3 P. .......YKMASSKK?'.......Tbnnday, June Iti. at r. M; -
antagonize and oppose the views of
E. P. BBANCH. the great majority of-our fellow-towns -W.w.

men and hesitated most liberal patrons We have St. Johns River Line. J. S. Watson CoJ]

MELBOURNE: FLA., May 9, 1801. never convictions and to shall express not temper our honest.our s ,

.EIII' Coast Advocate In the vain effort to
pen please any particular For Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points on
Your Issue of yesterday has just been locality. Our support comes
from the whole river, and from every the St. JohnsRIver.
perused by us, and your editorial about state in the union. Melbourne furnishes ( Commission
.the Down River Mall noted. We put It three per cent of our Income The elegant Iron Side-wheel Steamers

mildly: when we say we were surprised Titusville probably twenty-five per cent. "C ITY OF JACKSONVILLE," AND

.at the narrowmindedness displayed The latter cannot control these columns Capt. W. A. SHAW
much less the former. Our field is the ,
therein, and regre; to find that the socalled entire river and our aim Is to advocate "FRED'K DE B.AJE3.Y," FORWARDING;r MERCHANTS. !!

"Advocate of the Interests of the whatever may be calculated to develop Capt. T. W. LUND, Jr., I
East Coast" really cannot grasp anything the whole field. The loss of a couple of Are appointed to tail from Jaduonrllle dally exeept Saturday, at L JO p. m, and from Sanford,
Eau subscribers, and reception of a few insolent dally except Sunday,at e.a.m. Dealers in
beyond Gallie and the present, very letters from a notoriously discord Fertilizers
Inconveniently situated, county town. ant community, shall not change our Read Down Bead Up. ,
3 nolo ed please find check for $1.50, to opjnlon In regard to the place. Whenwe tear. .M p. M............................Jarktonrtlle..........................Arrive 11.45 p. M. 3P. Henderson
cover subscription for current can say a good word for Melbournewe IMP. M._,.............................ftOatka..............,..............Leare IMr. M. Ac Co's Go. den Seed
my year 1JOA.M.T.. .. ...........................Aator........ .. ............ .. ,.ee P. M.
which expires 13th August next at shall not neglect the opportunity; Yr.De......................... 11.43 p. M.
; but our subscribers at that point may tJMA.M..............................Hereford............................. 11.43 A. m. Orange Boxes (Crates &:
which date please stop my paper until just as well make up their minds once oo ..00 A. N...........................Blue Spring.......................... 11.00 a.. M. paper
enlarge Ideas somewhat for all that shall the ArriTetJO A. M............................ Baaford. ..,......................... e.oo A. M
:700 your or see we pursue even e.U A. M.............................FaWprls............................. *. ejo A. M;
:jour: Interests more clearly. We had draw tenor their of our support way, whether or bestow they liberally. with- General Passenger and Ticket Office, 88 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. CEMENT, PLASTER & HAIR. AGENTS FOR OCALA LIMJ

been solicited for, and Intended sending Our Ideas and opinions are our r...IROWMONOEK.Jr.. Florida .es Weal Bay Bt..JaekaooTllIe Fla.
you an ad. for permanent insertion this J.0. TKUOfT. rrelcBtAnat.oa wb+Faaas.gavAggeat ,Jackaoavllle Fla.JOKW Agents for the C. F. T. REFRIGERATOR CARS.
own and whenever we receive pay for UOWAUI, rlortda rrrtxht Asset,foot Laura'"'-'.JackaoarUto.JTa.
week but after the perusal of your an advertisement or subscription we expect J. A.LIIeLI c.Bu Iac..4eat811&Lan Street.JacUooTlll.FU.TH Will Weald Can Wke Pee Ire*, aad*.that they*r. property LOADED ICKD.BI
KO.: U.KOKR.TraAe Maaacer,I Howling Oreea.Mew York.
Article concluded to not do so. donations to give value declined.received; charitable MAWIHAU.H.CL Y Mua ...,>Bowling Onea,New York. KDt sad TRACED eetlaaU ..

W. J. NESBITT. As for the are letter of Mr. Beach who WM. P. CLYDE & CO., GenM Agents., We will Buy all kinds of Fruits, Vegetables, Fun and Skins.; in f.

U "thought we would -prove above such 11 ..mtB Wkmme. rmlUAl ttl.. .1IewUq dreeev M.w Te kU. we will Buy and Sell anything offered to us.
1hLB011B, FLA., May D, 1891. matters," we simply say, that we art Correspondence solicited on any wants have.
F.utt Coat Advocate above such matter; that I., we are you may
I about to Mod check for above disguising our candid views on :INC LE3l T :erv-Ee: : :aO'.t: :: 3ZJ., Respectfully, J. S WATSON ok)
was you a a any subject In order to retain a subscriber
regular advertisement such as I keepconning or advertiser. During an existence '' TITUSVILLE
la all the county papers but on of ten months we have accumulated T. T. "YnATON",

reading your editorial la but Issue totteartily about a thousand subscribers, and la thesame Indian lUvor,
time have lost two-possibly only DISTILLER
supporting an attempt which,i one (Mr. Beach): for by the time August Fla.
'If successful would most seriously later* rolls around Mr. Nesbltt mar decide PUKE
fer with the prosperity of the business that the ADVOCATK: is not such a bad '
sheet after all. Our be so LJ.tI.. 1\Jr A SE3: : r"S::
>I wish advertise, I do not feel justified paper may a I. M. MABBKTTX .
wretched failure, but financially considered ,
In doing so. Enclosed please find It is a gratifying success PEOPB. DbtlDeij Oaretonse : LYNCHBURG TEHN
fifty cents, which will I think, pay aQ As for the check Mr. Beach was k
tarrearI due you to date and I request "about to aend" well. It never reached

Jon: to stop my subscription. I am very us. and we dent count money until It UIn tea a at <* Open All The Year. T. J. Eaton& Co.. Agents Tltusvllle, Fla
hand. We hear a great deal about
'much disappointed at such: development >je*ieHaiBMMiiiVBa vHe BieM B iaHiMMBiBH> *M> Hie BMeM
what people "intend to do. We give
'la a paper which I had always admired his letter publicity In order that the few minute

*td which I trusted would prove above hundreds of good people who have not walk !from Railway depot

ouch small matters. Join B. BXACIC. stopped the ADVOCATE, and who nay and 3teo>bo t la&dlagi.On i ADVERTISE in this Paper
have been "about to send" Mr. Beach a
check for nursery stock etc., may takea the Unit of the
The letter of if,. Branch U argument. sober second thought. far-famed Indian River
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The Down Hirer Mall. ative and reasonable, but his logic U x Q t Z NEGLIGEE SHIRTS
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faulty} the conclusion being without -. "bJ "rn :
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We IOM Two 8ut> !rlbr at Melbourne. foundation. The article which has produced f$ =' iTI' sohIn
from RrpreMtnUtI Men, f: ANDWJLLVTDSO3E1L
Letter. so much resentment at Melbourne H n
did of I o ;
not aim to deprive that point a ..
Mrr.noURJiB, May.11,1801. daily mull A change to Eau Gallle B1Br : _tE N tj 5:: y TICS,
'The people of Melbourne have read remedy to apply to the wretched service "I roI OF

with some degree of surprise the editor. we receive. Mr. Branch Is correct as to w i oQ. S I 1 c:> WHi: HAVE i THEM:

lal In tho lat Issue of the ADVOCATE the necessity of a daily mail: for the entire l2 '=' ...O WM I '=' l....) o '

under the caption of 'The Down River river, and that Is what we believe 3 O o & =7 ((1

Ma!!." We were aware that a petitionwas will be the ultimate outcome of the a it a x r H c'- ,, Also Black Satin Suspenders>

being extensively circulated, the present agitation. To place the southern =: .... .IOn.. E en" lrJ .. 0 ,

reflect of which, If granted, would be to terminus of the upriver route at I 01c2 [ COO CD =a () art I White Satin Lining, at One Dollar.

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freight service. But we hardly expectedthe over the present arrange- tr = t+ !'= The Finest Thing Out.

AtirocATR to publicly champion ment. The run from Eau Gallle to Mel- S 5 !' Z .-4 roe .
bourne and return Is not made In forty of S: <=> & ,
much a measure, even If the private Interests =- I -
- of Its editor In Eau Gallle would minutes; seldom In double that time. al! ; S o y' Z a pM m trr CLOTHING OF ALL KINDS. SHOES A SPECIALTY.
such The arrival of the steamer from Melbourne : Ixo In' sI
seem to prompt an utterance. : ...
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The excuse urged Is that the mail-boat at anywhere from nine p. m. to a o s= .. .m' 1-1 m: = H.e

aloes not nnlve at Tltusvllle until two or midnight, Is not Inconvenience to the SOLIC o- 0)< ( \ U if II' S J. I?,. TURNER & COGroceries
of Tltusvllle alone It is :T -H' : to; t'I1 CD
three hours after the closing of the post- people ; annoyingto l'f ( :j pf
people all along the river and as far > ....
office for the night. This is unfortunate, a ? S
Oi 't! :;: H p L. : 3R.A.:=
south Lake Worth. A Tltusvillo firm !
but Is the Indian lllver mall serrlroto as M cI: = ... 3 ,E. ,

'be run for the benefit of Tltusvllle'alone? received two telegrams today (Wednesday !=' !S II 9 Q. :: Q ; ...en :::1t.2j pf

Tltusvllle merchants did not originate : ) from people who wished to attendto mom ::: ;. f=+ Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer.

the movement; and we do not believe business Titusvllle, asking that an 1:1 1'c IIInd 0W :: !e.p II. ,

they are anxious to build up their town Interview be granted on arrival of the ? t-rj LIJ -3 I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of

down their ; steamer, so that they might proceed on 8 -. LJ c t04 > a 3-rocerie
-by pulling; neighbors1. oD Staple *$c Fancy l, UViiitAnd
their journey northward the next morn aBREYARD
But suppose the change were made? Food Products
ing. The interview not granted because -
was I
The steamer consumes perhaps forty
Of All Kinds. Also My Stock of
'minutes (In running! ( from Eau Gallle to the human anatomy must have .
rest and sleep and It cannot take advantage Grain Bran Cotton Seed Meal
Melbourne and return; so that If the COUNTY JAMES HOLMES, PresidentALBERT ,
of those sweet restorers If It l Is
terminated at Eau Gallle .
service were A. TAYLOR, Secretary. Ground food and Wheat.I
',the mall would still arrive at Tltusvllle compelled to watch the approach of a am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively In the above line of

long after the closing of the po to1llce. steamer until midnight. The failure to STATE BANK INDIAN RIVER Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I invite your correspondence and solicit

the to obtain an Interview of a few moments, your patronage. Very truly "
Why not petition department
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necessitated a stop-over at Tltusvllle for
/Wfcfce Kocklwlgo the southern terminus?

'Then'the mall would reach Tltusvllle In twenty-four hours, and perhaps the COCOA FLORIDA, REAL ESTATE
merchants missing of a steamer from Jacksonvilleor GEORGE M. BOBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM,
:good season; giving your k .
plenty of tine to till their orders for Savannah, or possibly from New To& Incorporated 1880.CAPITAL Xttorney-at-Law. Attorney-at-Law.

garden seeds, etc. But Melbourne merchants for Europe.Mr. EXCHANGE

,fled the same difficulty with their Branch himself often has business Paid Up, $2 ,000. : .
at the county seat when making a trip Robbins & Graham
orders. Could not
vp-rUol some arrangement Authorized, ($100,000. COCOA Indian River FLA
be made by which the mall north, and would no doubt be able to ,

occasionally save a day If he could ar -
Lboftt should go 110 further north than ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.

City Point orders, so by that return we might steamer fill our The upriver for rive the here night.before The everybody outrageous had hour retired at Money to Loan at Lowest Rates. Property of All Kinds Bought, Sold and Real Estate Dealers.

which the steamer arrives at Tltusvllle DIRECTORS: Exchanged.
truth Instead of petitioning the Postmaster -

General for a curtailment of the ,I at present Is very Inconvenient to the 'I''I'I G. S.JAMES HARDEB HOLMES, President, Vice-President. B 1.' All Inquiries will be promptlyand ALL KINDS OF PROPERTY BOUGHT, SOLD, AND EXCHANGED.,

Horvlce, we ought to ask him to give usA people of Tltusvllle, but not more so R. B. HOLMES, Cashier. reliably answered. Fire Insurance '
dally mall the entire length of the than It Is to the people from all parts of ALBERT A. TAYJ.on, J. M. SANDERS, written in standard: companies at lowest I Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Company.

the river who have business here requiring J. F. WOOTEN. rates.
rfivcr. This will doubtless come In the
attention in Some of the Titusville Brevard Co. Florida.
near future;; and Melbourne will gladly person. ,

fond her Influence In that direction. Individuals who are furious at our re P. O.:Box 250.

_.l.tor the 'people up and down the marks on the subject are the very people The Clyde Steamship Co. ,
of tied their We Kinds of Real Estate and Sole" lora
fiver who have signed the petition to who have pulled us out on Buy and Sell All are Agents
arrival their frantic attempts to get large list of carefully-selected Properties in all parts of Brevard county. I
deprive 'Mclbouino of a dally steamer, RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, location and vsflue of any Pro-1
with matter In
through some trifling
we beg to unsure them that such neigh perty on Indian River. I
Melbourne the
order to return to next
borly nets are duly appreciated. We morning, and have themselves abused Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are unequalled I

are to believe that the large majority the schedule they now attempt to and every effort will bo made to give perfect satisfaction to Intending Purchasers
who may favor us with their patronage.No .
of them have done so without givingthe defend.
The mall and local service Properties listed unless the Title Is Perfect.
matter any thought. The proposed Is wretched; and If we passenger submit without Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring large bodies of .Lov-l

'change would! not result In the slightest complaint, will\ become even worse. Priced Lands.
'bone t to them; and when they come to Other postofHces will be established; one Write for Descriptive Catalogue.

roe the matter In Its true light, we think probably at East Melbourne, which Is
growing rapidly; and after a time the
i they Mill fuel like sending In protests steamer will not arrive until morning, lED'i75IA.RD: S"rILI1VG-.
-against the granting of their own pe which would really be more satisfactory

titions. than at present; and when our Mel Cocoa Indian River Florida
The trade of Melbourne has attained bourne friends invade the privacy of our
bed-rooms It would be time to get up. New York] Dealer in
.Its dimension fair and Charleston and Florida Lines.
present by square The change to Eau Gallie would not be ,
'competition. We don't want the earth; satisfactory, but It would be an Im PAINTS, HARDWARE, STOVES, TINWARE &: AGATEWARE,]

'and we entertain no jealousy towards provement.Personal.or private Interests did not The magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed PLUMBERS' &: MILL SUPPLIES, OILS, GLASS'It. PUTTY, TABLE
of The of
our neighbor prospects
any enter Into consideration when we wrote to sail as follows : &: POCKET CUTLERY, BARBED WIRE, WIRE NETTING,
the place are brighter than ever before. our article. If they had we should have (1I1'.urD'uD TillE.) &: WIRE CLOTH.aooRS .
More real estate has changed hands In taken up the battle In favor of Mel. From New York From
and about the settlement, within three bourne Instead of Eau Gallle, from the (Pier 211, Eo n.) STEAMER M'lortda. : SASa: :, :EJLJNDSp:: EJE1.Xox: ,
fact that have friends and Monday Apr.27th.t P. .....: ........
we warm .IIEMtNOHi1. .Bunday. May 3d. at 12OOnoon Lime
months than the three & Cement & Lath.
during past more valuable Interests at the former Wednesday, Apr.29th,at a P. ....,..IR.IUOlK. ..........Tuesday May 5th. at 1.00 P. r: Shingles
years; and substantial Improvement are Frld.y May let 1. at 1 P. ........AI.GNQUDl.." .....Thursday. May 7th. at 41.00 .... .. Guns, Ammunition and Fishing Tackle of all kinds Ship Chandlery Goods,Cans I
point. Moaday May 41.1 P. .......CHJIROJEK., .::.....Bunda'. May 10th. at 630.... xt.
projected for the coming season. But The letter of Mr. Kesbltt requires no Wednesday, My 6Lh.a P. .........YEMA88 May 12th. et 11.00 .... .. Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasoline Stoves, Coffins and Caskets; I
when find It In order to answer.- It Is unjust. Our readers well FrWay Mal 8th. eta P. ..... .8EMINOLE, .........Thnnday May 14th, at 6,30 .... r ARTESIAN WELL PIPE a Specialty. Lawn Mowers, Ice
we ,
necessary Monday MaUth.a p. M.11RO UOIS ........Sunday. May 17tb, et U.30 a. zs: Cream Freezers; Brick, Lime Cement and
build up our town, to attempt the un- know that we can "grasp matters be- Wldneaua1, May a P. ll.'AWONQUkN.",....Tuesday: May 18th. a& 1.00 P. r. r
yond our Inconveniently situated county Frtday May 15th,as a P. .......CHEROJE t.......Thursday May lal&,. at Lao P. x Chimney Pipe; Flags Bunting;
.dermlnlng of neighboring places, let a town." In our efforts to fight the Monday\ May 18th,at a P. ....."..YKMA88EK.8undal.. May saw. at 41.30.A. X: Table and Pocket Cutlery; Mouldlrgs,Scroll Work, eta., etc.
WednllUl1, May lothetS P. ...... .8EMINO .........Tu-.Ja,. May arw. at ..00.... ..
tidal from the Atlantlo
wave sweep steamboat monopoly and promote, as rrlday. Mal Yid, ass P. .....".IROQUOlJ.I..Tbunda1, Mal sew. at S.OO.... .. Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free on application. Correspondence]
across the Peninsula and undermine the our judgment dictated, the Interests of Mondey MeyD1that3 P. .........ALOONQUIN.8unda'. May 51st at 11.00... r. solicited and estimates furnished promptly.J.S.Watson.
Wednesday. May 57th, at a P. ...... .CHEROKIU' .Jun.M: at 1.00
the whole river have been ,. P. r
tLlulT on which Melbourne li located. we compelledto Friday ray 29th,at 3 P. ...... .YEMA88U, ........Tbund ,.. June 41tn. at 2.80 P. r; -
antagonize and oppose the views of
E. P. BBAMCII.MELBOURNE the of fellow-towns 'N.w.
great majority our
men and most liberal patrons. We have Co
never hesitated to honest St. Johns River Line.
:, FLA., May 9, 1801. I' express our s
convictions, and shall not temper .our ,
East Coat Advocate: pen In the vain effort to please any particular For Sanford Enterprise and Intermediate Points on

Your Issue of yesterday has Just been locality. Our support comes
; from the whole river, and from every the St. JohnsRlver. Commission
perused by us, and ;your editorial about state In the union. Melbourne furnishes
.the Down River Mall noted. We put It three per cent of our Income, The elegant Iron Slde-wheel Steamers

mildly when we say we were surprised Titusvllle probably twenty-five per cent. "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE," AND

;at the narrow-mindedness displayed The latter cannot control these columns Oapt. W. A. SHAW '
much less the former. Our field Is the
therein, and regret to find that the so- entire river and our aim Is to advocate "FRED'K DE BABY," I FORWARDING MERCHANTS !

called "Advocate of the Interest of the whatever may be calculated to develop Capt. T. W. LUND, Jr.,
East Coast" really cannot grasp anything the whole field. The loss of a couple of Are appointed to tall from Jacksonville,dally except Saturday at 8JO p. m., and from Sanford,
subscribers, and reception of a few insolent daily except Sunday, at....m.
Dealers in
beyond Eau: Gallle: and the present, very letters from a notoriously discordant ". HBDULE Fertilizers
Inconveniently situated! county town. community, shall not change our Bead Down. NORTHBOUND.Bead Up. ,

Unclosed please find check for 11.50, to opinion In regard to the place. Whenwe Lean.. 3JO p. M.............................Js rtlle............................Arrive 11.45 p. r. P. Henderson 4&e Go's Garden Seeds
cover subscription for current can say a good word for Melbournewe SJW P. M* .............................. 7.00 P. r,
my year 1 JO A. ..V..V.V..V..Y..Y..Y..V..A tor .......................... 2.00 p. x
which expires 13th August next at shall not neglect the opportunity; %M A. M..........................St. )rani.....,...................... II 12.415 p. M;
; but our subscribers at that point may .. MO A. M.............................Bereeford... ......................... 11.4S... MIIM Orange Boxes (Crates[ &: paper.CEMENT .
which date please stop my paper until just as well make up their minds once 'IA0 A. M...,.................,.....Bin. Springs. ........................ A.M; ,
Arrive 1.00 A. M...............,.......... San/ord.T.,.......................... II '00 A.JO r
enlarge Ideas somewhat for all that shall the
you your or see we pursue even I .lie A. M............................enterprise........................... A. H'
jour: Interest more clearly. We had draw tenor their of our support way, whether or bestow they It liberal with- Genera. Passenger and Ticket Office, 88 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.: PLASTER & HAIR. AGENTS FOR OCALA LUI

been solicited for, and Intended seeding ly. Our Ideas and opinions are our ..M.IRONMONGER: Jr.. Florida Passenger Agent,M West Bay 8t-Jacksonrllle,Fla.
yon an ad. for permanent insertion this J.0. PKLOT FnUht Annt.oa wharf foot Hogue Street,JacUonYI1le.1'1&. Agents for the C. F, T. REFRIGERATOR CARS.
own' and whenever we receive pay for JOHN L. HOWARD Florida Freight Agent,foot Lanra Street,Jacksonville.Fla.J. .
week, but after the perusal of your an advertisement or subscription we expect .A.LKSUE.: Superintendent Laura Street.Jacksonville,FU.TMEO. Cars Wfce D eira4. and see that they are properly LOADED ICZX BIED
to value received charitable : 0.KOER.Truffle Manager 3 Bowling Oreea.New York.
give ,and TRACED DeatiaatiM.
article concluded to not do so. ; *
donations declined.As MAKaHALI.H.CLYDK.Asst Trafflo Manager t UowUng Green,New Tork.

W. J. NMBITT.MiLBocBinc for the are letter of Mr. Beach, who WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Genfl Agents I We will Buy aU kinds of Fruits, Vegetables, Furs and Skim; in f.

"thought we would prove above such IS Scat Wear....PW1.d ipt ... S B.wllB Orae.Mew' Yek we will Buy and Sell anything offered to us.
FLA., May 0, 1891. matters," we simply say, that we art Correspondence solicited on any wants you may have.
fait coast Adweatt: above such matter; that is, we are
above disguising our candid views on IN IAN RI'CTER I OTELJ, Respectfully, J. S. WATSON &
I about to send check for
was you a a
in order retain
any subject to a subscriber
regular advertisement such as I keep advertiser existence '
or During an TITUSVILLE
running in all the county papers bat on of ten month we have accumulated T. ar. E3 A.TON'DISTILLER p

treading your editorial In last Issue, so about a thousand subscribers, and la the Indian River
same time have lost two-possibly only
teartily supporting an attempt which, one (Mr. Beach); for by the time August Fla.L .
'If.oooesaf ul, would most seriously later rolls around Mr. Nesbitt may decide PURE
fere with the prosperity of the business that the ADVOCATE 1s not such a bad -
so1.11. :nrDistillery A S:13:: : 'VV'FIB.
'I wish to advertise, I do not feel just sheet after alL Our paper may be a M. MABBETTE,
wretched failure but financially considered -
fled in doing so. Enclosed please find It Is a PBOPB. &Warehouse : LYNCHBURG TERN
tfftyecnti, which will, I think pay all for the gratifyngsuccess.As was ,

arrears due yon to date, and I request "about to send." well. It never reached
:you to stet my subscription. I am very ns. and we don't count money until it 1s __ IL e jjI1tItEL1Ii: rail A( Open AU The Year. T J. Eaton & Co.. Agents TltusvUle, Fla
'much In hand. We hear a great deal about
disappointed at each: development _
i.what people "intend to We -
la a paper which I had always admired hie letter publicity in order that the Only a few minutes'

and which I trusted would prove above hundred of good people who have not walk from Railway depot
ouch small matter Jon B. BZACK. stopped the ADVOCATE, and who may and Steamboat landings. ADVERTISE in this Paper.
have been "about to send" Mr. Beach a
check for nursery stock etc., may take On the banks of the
4 ; Tie letter of Mr. Branch U argument a sober second thought far-famed Indian River
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