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East Coast advocate
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Titusville Fla
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June 12, 1891
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Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note:
W.S. Graham, editor.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).

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) Vol. 2. TITUSVILLE. Indian River, FLA.. .,. FRIDAY, JUNE 13, 1891.Y No. ia j; '

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Range of TemperatureIn -Dr. and Mrs. E. S. Wiley started, -Mrs. Hasklns and son has returnedto -Mrs; T. Wetmore Is In town again, -Mr. C. B. Rogers, of Jacksonville, a

TltniTllle on Wednesday morning, for Apopka and town. having! returned from her trip to Jacksonville fried of Mr. and Mrs. W E. Dale, spent FOURTH JULY

For the week, ending last night, June other places on a short visit -Dr. Screven Is to-day moving Into eslerday in town. He returned borne

11, 1891, as compared with that of the -Mr. J. S. Watson left here Monday the store recently vacated by Mr. Rogers. -Look out for the Episcopal Church o-day.. S L

corresponding week in 1800. Recordedat evening on a trip to the lower river, on -Trunks and valises of every description 'Bag Party," on Tuesday evening next, -J. P. Turner &; Co have some exrnorJlnary -

the U. S. Signal office, TItusville. business connected with his commission at the Bazaar. *1''' the 16th Inst. bargains In fine clothing this Grand of
week from tho big failure of Levy Programme <
t 1800. JUKE. 1891. house.A. -Don't forget, the "Bog Party" at I P4for ""'' subscribing $1.50 per annum -1

Day Max. Min. Max. Min large attendance of ladies is requested Masonic Hall on Tuesday evening.Mr. the ADVOCATR, it will only coat you Bros.

6 6 84 86 72 70 86 86 07 70 at the Episcopal church Guild, J. T. Stewart and wife, of Tint fcenltlr ]\'tek\ Pottage Included -Mr. C. J. Hector, Melbourne's prominent Sports & Amusements. ,

this afternoon at the Indian River Hotel of the United States. merchnnt, was around town yesterday '"' .
1 87 77 86 72 Brantley, arrived in town, from Jacksonville to any; part ,

8 87 74 86 73 on Monday evening, and left .for -Mr. O.: K. Wood, of Cocoa, was In shaking hands with his many .! "i

9 84 70 84 64 -For sale, a two or three horse power, homo on next morning's steamer. town :Wednesday He has been ap- friends. I
of It f 10 11 84 85 76 70 80 80 71 70 kerosene engine and boiler, suitable for a : -Mr., D. L. Gauldrn has: this week pointed agent for the Indian River -Mr. J. II. Brown has returned from A Lively Day Anticipated ':, ,

J. E. LANOUETTK, Observer. small steam launch. Apply to Mr. Joy entered Into partnership with County Steamboat Company the above place.J. ilsplnco on the lower liver, and reports

ner, boat-builder, Cocoa, Fla. 155t Solicitor J. T. Sanders, and the firm will -. S. Watson & Co. have always on ho pineapple business as being still on In Town. .\ ,i!

-Mr. F. E. Heath, owner of the Dum- hereafter be known as Gaulden A; San land a full line of the best fertilizers the boom.

LOCAL NEWS. mlt Grove, Clifton, arrived In town, ders. We wish the now firm every suc made; new lot of cotton seed meal, and -Wo ate indebted! to Mr. G. D Ackery The announcement made In last week's

Tuesday evening from New York. He cess. soft phosphate-homo proluction-jult O. P. A, of limo J., T..4 K. W. Ry.or \DVOCATK: respecting! the celebrating or '

Society and General Ooaelp In connection left for Clifton Wednesday, and returned -Count Herbert Bismarck, who has recelv d. 183 a copy of t Iho "Song: of the Indian the above day In Tltusvillo has mot with

with Indian River and Lake Worth sections yesterday. He left for New York returned from Egypt, says tho Englishare -Mrs. W. R. Sanders and two little Il\ei"! -vtoidn mid music complete. general approval. A mooting was hold

during past week. Brief mention of to-day. doing splendid work In that country, daughters, of Courtney, have been stopping -Mrs. C. H. Rent, wire of Superintendent Tuesday[ evening-Mr. J. T. Sander\, ri 1

Interesting Kventit About Don't People Know-Yon -For sale, lands on Indian and St. since their occupation of It, and he hopes at the Indian River hotel this week, Bent, neoompnnled by her niece, Is chairman; and Mr. S. II, HaJ,BeCretal'J'-
Know, People
., Picked up by Our Society Editor. Lucle rivers. All choice selections, for they will not relinquish their hold on having arrived In town last Saturday, III tow.ur slopping at Mrs. Docker's when it was 1100111011 to appoint a goer ,

pineapples, lemons, truck and bananas.On Egypt for the purpose of enlivening the spirits They arrived from Barlow this week. mitten of three to solicit subscriptions i

terms to suit. Address Frank -Notice. Parties wishing board during to further the object In view The mootIng -
Mr. W. R. Sanders -Why send orders to Jacksonlllo -
":"Mrs. W. E. Dale expects to returnto of our popular assessor, your
Forster Orchid Flo. 14* the summer season, can get same at when then adjouincd until ten o'clock youterdny i
Jacksonville tomorrow.See \-who has been working like a for your fertilizers, you can
-Mr. Jas. Jones, assistant auditor of the Indian River Hotel, TItusville, Fla.:, Trojanton the tax books lately. Mrs. help keep up a homo enterprise, and get morning to report results. '

lRl8 -- resolution of Town Council muck respecting the ,Indian River'Steamboat Company, on and after the 15th of May, at reduced landers ind daughters returned home the goods Just as cheap, by buying them At ten o'clock, yesterday morning tin
of the from
the clearing with his family, left here for Jackson- rates. Apply to I. M. Mabbctto. 13* Wednesday. from J. :3.: Watson &; Co. 183 adjourned meeting wan hold, when Mr.
the river front, on eighth page.J. S. If. Ray was unanimously 'elected l _,
ville this morning. We are sorry to lose -Mr. M. P. Horton, of Canaveral, -Mt'II. W. S. Graham and little son, -Mr. D. St. Clair Nisbet, of Indlanola,
Watson & Co. have received chairman and Mr. J. I'. Goldsmith soo-
S. ,
; few In town this week
this family, and hope to see them return spent a days stop Johnnie left hero Wednesday morning was In town yesterday. Ho came up to
two carloads of pineapple crate" Write rotary Tho'mootlng having been called
' spme future day. ping with his son and daughter-in-law, town just by of a change, and called
where will take way
for they
18'3Mr. to order and several :'toplbHncuHBod
them for prices. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Ilorton. lIe left for Important cg. ,
-Mrs. Anderson, Miss Ethel Anderson the steamer Algonquin for Now York. upon the ADVOCATE for the purpose of
Geo. M. Robbins started down Orange City on Wednesday morning, and pro and con, It was decided to .
In tho
Ho returns homo
and Master Melville Anderson arrived From that city they will leave for Philadelphia ubscrlblng. of
committee out
the river Monday evening to 'attend to will be away about three weeks. appoint a seven to map
at the Indian River Hotel on Satur- to spend the summer with reatlvcs. morning. a suitable programme, etc., for tho (ocaiilon. I
1111 come, law business. day, from Winter Park, and will remainin -We are informed that In consequence Dr. Graham hat, In consequence -Tho deposits In tho Indian River ; Tills committee then decided

":'Help wanted, to clear land on Merrit's town for some tiirto. Mrs. Anderson'i of the exorbitant rate ($270)) for the use given up housekeeping, and Halo Bank have now reached tho nice hat Mr. ;8. II;'Ray be appointed general t

Island. Inquire of Charles Prevost, is a sister of Mr. Mabbette. of one of the Indian' River S'eamboatCompany' joined the merry throng at the popular little sum of $150,000. This speaks well director, and Mr Goldsmith, secretary;

Brantley, Fla. 104 I steamers, the excursion I of Mrs. Docker where for the success of the above bank and
1. Beginning June 15th the steamer J. wording-house and that the programme be as under.1' x

Mr Ed. Hamilton left here for Jacksonville W. Sweeney will begin running between the Indian, River Sunday School Association he' expects to remain until lie takes a, its managementDr. :; The following I la the secretary's report:

on Wednesday, and will remain New Smyrna and Melbourne. Persons has been abandoned for the present, trip to Phllabclphla this summer. C. II. Howland, of New Haven, Meeting called to order by H. II. lUy I ,

tor week or so, to take a much- until more favorable arrangements can Conn., came up from the ,lower river chalrmun *
way a ordering goods by this line should have -Capt. J. B. Cole and son, of Palatka, I #
and returned Moved and carried that: S. If. Ray he
be Wednesday evening, same
needed rest them marked: "Via Clyde's St. John'sRiver last
In afternoon
arrived town Fnlday elected J. P. Goldsmith _
.- View land Wavoland permanent chairman;
Twenty Tfiovtand Dollars ataper Line, Care of E, C. T. Co. G. F. q. by, way ft New Smyrna and the haul. night, to some near permanent secretary, *" 4

cent, ]U taken quick; In ''umll to Paddison, G.'Y. ,'P. A.: Mortgage deed, Warranty deed, tatnin.Messrs.: lad Interviewed the cltltens and thi, .
,suit Robbins A Graham. 13tfWe -If Job want a new trunk,valise umbrella down the lower river, and probably to
Quit-Claim deed, Bill of sale, J.'T Sanders and John Wal- general focljntf was In favor ol holding a ,
are In receipt of the Initial number : traveling .hot, extra underwear Satisfaction of mortgage, Tax certificate, Biscayne Bay. After stopping in town ler from Courtney the Fleet; regatta and 4th of July celebration. '

of theTennville (Ga.) Errora neatly-: shirts, collars, ties, hosiery, suspenders, Tax sale deed Leases, Saturday, attending to their yacht and come up 'Notwithstanding Moved and dorrlod\ that report be re t

lE E printed four-page paper, Mr. B. F. Jacobson a box of cigars,or anything else in our Assignment of mortgage Pr clpe forsummons other matters, they started on their Wing on Wednesday ] olvod as Information. '
need of
etc the above yacht Is In a thorough Moved and carried that committee cm
line before < your vacation giveus down the river on Sunday morn-
editor and proprietor."We g9 ng on journey
For sale at the ADVOCATE office. One, ver-haul, Mr. banders says she made program bo appointed. i
are the people" who keep the a chance to fill your wants, and per lOc.; 25c.; dozen, 50o.; one bun Ing. Capt., Cole U on the look-out for eight miles an hour on her trip to Tltusllle. Followingcommittee electedf J. P. 'ft
most stock of shoes on Indian haps save you something. J. W. Rogers' dred free a suitable piece of of land to make a lemon I IR. Turner, 8. A. Ilelcher, J. P. Goldsmith
A Co. -! Also, attachments, In sets, $1.00; six grove as he thinks' there Is more b. D. Geiger, F.. A. Losloy. K. Li Brady '
River. J. P. TurnerCo.. 1 sets, $5.00. Ten In each set Registeredaccording lemons B. Cable, General Manager of theJ. and J. D Crabb.Committee : '

N -Capt. Prltchard has presented the -Mr. D. B. Thrasher, of Jacksonville, to Act of Congress by Uraham money In growing Villa Franca ., T. A; K. W. System, has gone to New reported, moved and care ',
who made his first down Indian than In oranges. However, that has that be adopted by sections.
Indian River Guards with a gold medal, trip A Walton. York on a short visit, and G. D. Acker- report
been his 1. That wo have a general regatta
last week returned here
..nltJItt which will be competed fpr by the memo River Sunday.He Cards II, chief of the passenger department, and appropriate $100.00 for same.
bers. Is delighted with this section of Florida Captain Pritchard is having his fine will also visit Gotham next week, to at- I 2. boys' boat race-appropriated IU
and hopes to become a pineapple We shall be pleased to lot at the corner of Washington avenue '
that Postmaster receive share of E tend congress of passenger agents, ,tobe same
-We to.note :; a your
are pleased
grower near Lake Worth. Mr. Thrasher :0 Job Work-envelopes ; and Pine street cleared and preparedfor held In that city. 3. Exercises-prize drill and shooting
who has been quite ..
Scrimgeonr, the week Is says the country about the lower river Is {letter-heads,no -heada.} q the reception of his new dwelling, -From a New York paper we learn match vtllo Dross by Hand.Military Company Titus-'
In with rheumatism past
i bill-beads, statements which will be erected at We have
, something grand.Mr. the
now much better In health. or anything else. ;:- that Mr. M. F. Dwyer, Brooklyn, 4. That general amusements be prey.
p! had an opportunity to Inspect the plansof vided such committee select ban*
W. M. Lichty left here on Monday new proprietor of,the Hotel Indian Rlvr as +

-Capt. and Mrs. C. F. Fischer and for Tampa, where he was ordered to the proposed structure, and the archItect at Rockledge, has certainly met'with ball, foot-race, boy race, greaser pole
Miss: Larsen returned Monday afternoon, h has certainly kept In mind the re- auger practice, etc
relieve another Signal Service officer, a severe affliction, having lost his wife, 6. Committee to be appointed to erect j''
about 4:30, from their pleasure trip down who has been granted ten days' leave of [ulrements for comfort In Florida climate who died very suddenly. As a token of platform, and secure string band tat }
the river, and report a mobt enjoyable -J* S. Watson & Co. have just received and at the same time has pre and
absence. This Is rather a new order Of respect to the deceased, Dwyer Bros dancing during day at grounds; appropriated -

'" ,cruise. things, the government never before two hundred bushels of new, served all that symetry, proportion and have withdrawn all the horses they bad $50 for use of committee. '
exhibiting home-grown Bermuda onion. Send ornamentation demanded. There will 0.<< Balance of subscription to be used
Lee Sunday
W. G. was of
Capt having adopted this means relieving entered for the races this summer to provide a Nsli-fry and dinner. '
his commission u United them your orders. 18'3 be large airy rooms porticos! balconies, '
to friends Signal Service officers before in Florida, ; -Mr. George H. Reed, Manager of the Moved and carried that Chairman appoint !
States Inspector of hulls, dated May as far as we can learn. '-Mr. and Mrs. R R. McCormick and talk, closets, fireplaces, In fact, It will Canaveral Club writes from Boston that a committee on receptiODI to consist

15th, and a letter from Mr. H. B. Plant I son Will, are now stopping atthe, Girard be a complete home, and the handsomest of eight so select
-Mr, J. F. Mitchell started on Monday visits of the ADVOCATE
the regular area
committee from town padelkor -
him ifetropoli House, Philadelphia, and are In good residence In town. honorary ,
congratulating In the sharpie "Christopher him and affirms that willie ,
evening, pleasure to citizens. ..
health and themselves.
-Several complaints have been made Columbus," to make an extended tour enjoying They -Call In and take a look at our new reading Its columns he can feel our river orriCEBs: ,

to ns regarding the disgraceful and unhealthy of the river, looking up a location, we will shortly leave for Deleware Water tore. We want your business, and are bree&ealan his brow, and see the flock 8. H. Ray, chairman; J. P. Goldsmith,
. Gap to spend a few weeks, we are In- : S. D. Geiger, treasurer.
of stock 19'111prove
state of the river front between are told, for a colony of Scotch and English satisfied an Inspection our of ducks that were wont to gather I In ..HIIHI11
formed in letter received.
a Just
the Indian River Hotel and the railroad capitalists, who, having,heard of -The Ladles' Guild of St Gabriel's that we ,can supply anything we Front of town during his sojourn here N. N. Penny, C. J. Hector, E. Stlllng,

wharf. On page four It will be observed the grand success of the pineapple cul- pretend to carry In stock at prices low last winter. It la a pleasure to know Frank Sams, JJ. R. WIIIOD.TI.&K&&I'EBIU.
will hold in
that the town councilor have taken the ture on Indian River, are anxious to.Invest a "Bag Party" u obtained In Jacksonville. We have that distant friends derive pleasure from
Masonic HaD, on the evening of June Albert Taylor A. lirady, John Sterna
and It will not received full line of all kinds of 'I
hand hope a
we just
matter in direction.We .
In '
[8, capital 10th. Ice cream and cake will be served, our efforts, and that our paper serves as son, F. E. Joyner and C. L. Faber.
be long ere the nuisance will be entirely light weight goods for summer wear. It medium to cement and maintain their BEOATTA COMMITTEE:
In receipt of the first of and time is assured to all who .
are copy
a pleasant
removed.Mr. will cost very little to fly yon out In Interest In this section. J. W.Rogers, J. F. Lewis,J.P.Turner. o'f I,
who Is conducting Sea Shore Society, a new and neatly gotten that will combine with DOTS' BOAT BAaL
J. U. Lee now go.It something style Steamboat Co.'
Fountain up weekly periodical published for Is reliably reported that the British underwear I -The Indian River A. A. Stewart, W. H. Graham, John a
his hotel-the Springs comfort Light weight I
Atlantic City, N. J., at San om street, colonies In the West Indies and South steam launch Cleo, with the following Jones.
ME( House--at Waukeaha, Wls., during the handsome negligee shirts, feather weight officers of the J., T. 'ct K. W. RaIlway MILITABT AND BBASS BAWD.
and edited and published
to the effectthat Philadelphia, and Central America, Including British and straw hats ) J. A. Pritchard, 8. A. ,
summer months, writes us coats stylish Just received board returned Friday after H. F. Atkinson,
Louis W. Buckley with Miss Annie Guiana System on ,
by Honduras, British Jamaica, ;
1 1 he expects to havf the pleasure of and on sale at close profits. J.W, Belcher.
from the down-river trip: Supt.C.
1Iu. Laldlaw u assistant editor. In Its first Trinidad, Barbaboes and other British noon OENEBAL AMUSEMEXTS.:
pending two or three months on Indian Issue-May 23rd-Is published the"Song Islands, win unite In the erection of a Rogers ct Co. -1 H. Bent;G.D. Ackerly, geaL passenger HoweU Titus J.p. Crabb A.T.Fees-

Elver next winter. Mr. Lee's numerous set to music I -The Philadelphia Press says: "'f-u agent (known as the "prince of ad.vertlaera" ter.
of the Indian River, permission "West India Court, a betiding typicalof rtATFOBM.Z. .
him Indian or
race friends will be glad to see on MUSIC AID KBECTIOV
of Senator Call In Florida P
its been opponents ); Jas. fitarke, auditor; J. T.Sanders. .
for publication having tropical architecture, and filled with L. Brady, J. P. Goldsmith, Jas. .
Elver again. given the above journal by Mr. G. D. tropical exhibits of most varied and Interesting are endeavoring to have his election bJ; Beckwith, general freight agent; and J. >
'Mr. St Geo. Bathboroe, who Is now the legislature declared illegal. The On the D TUttmiF. 4
I stenographer.
A. Cartledge BASKET
the well-known ,
general -
Ackerly, passenger tf--t the World' Columbian DINJzeAO 41.
CO at Kowmoyne 0., writes us to the effect ground for their claim Is that a had business trip; A. g y, Oeo.
I agent of the J., T. A K. W. Railway, Fair at Chicago. quorumof whele they a pleasant t
-- tiaf.two friends of his, at Eden, are Jacksonville. -- each house of the legislature was not but, unfortunately, the mosquitoes and tree W.tol.p.m.TBAjrSPOBTATIOJr:
-Tbe attention of fruit and vegetablegrowers
putUfig out)four and two acres of pine- when the final vote was taken and Cartledge did not J. S. Wst- 1
present ,, Messrs. Starke M. 8. Jones, K. B. Wager, .
and are about to -George Alba, who returned from a on Indian River and the East
appl respectively, of his refusing to attend and they came to
opponents wen
many clash together, son.
Indian River section In Is drawn to the
the Coast general well-
win also out trip through coMMiTree:
Eathborne plant
tKn2i,r 3[r. In the hope of preventing an elec conclusion that all the Narrows mosquitoes BECEPTIOV
.' that the pineapple known and reliable firm of Blair A 1L
will Monday C.
three more acres In July, which on says had large Mayor Wilson, Gee B. Humph,
tion. There Is no doubt that a majority married and very
,"aak. ..'. !' acres In alL lie expects toN culture In the Eden section and thereabouts Thrasher, produce brokers, commission ; were Walton, Jnc M. Dixon, Dr. Dodson >C e
of aU the members elected to the two Starke appeared to have J. JC. Y
River In October. The famlUer. Prank T. Budge
. :of' i Is one of the best paying Industries and distributing merchants, of Jacksonville Goldsmith,
',ylna, ness 1s. It appears still on houses was present. and that Call received suffered most from the bites of these Smith.
. In the State. Those who are engaged whose new advt. will be found on COMJUTTEVi
time a majority of the votes of the little pests; and Mr. Cartiedge, who hai BOIOBAMT BECZPTIO
Y .. Crabb A Co. havepurty in the cultivation of pines to any our fourth page. This commission firm Joint assembly. This seen to meet all been out from London only a fewmonth' Melbourne: E. P.Branch,John HenryEau i '
extent rich fast A -who solicit of all kindsof not Walton W. IL Ok.. i
,_- of Captain Pritch- are becoming pineapple consignments complete nuisance Gallle: J. a : ,
the statute and thought them a qa
the of
card street This is an excellent plantation Is one of the easiest'' fruits, vegetables and country produce requirements son, J. K. M. Hodgson. r
i __ frontage of sixty makes his election legal. But his opponents u such troublesome Insects are Tropic: John Casper Geo. Znaey.r
P MgtMs cka things on earth to work. No labor Is make liberal advances as well M '
.jfeet tq the railroad have petitioned Governor Fleming never seen la England at any time of the Brantley: R. &Stewart,C.T, VerbeU.
- required after the slips are Ia until harvest prompt returns which U frequently a BnrchfleL ,
'.'' on, a distance of several hundred I to withhold the certificate from Call on A special train, carried the above Georgians: It. B. :
*tfe8p, The large building which has time. There are thousands of acres great Inducement to our farmers to ship the that majority of "each" year. to Jacksonville on Friday night Rockledge: W. L. Uughlett, Jos. Pa-
pet used as an armory is situated on of choice pineapple land on the east to good reliable houses. Our reader ground a party returningon on. ; '
structures. house of the was not present about ten o'clock Capt Bent Job Sanders.
tjeu property; also two smaller legislature Cocoa
coast, but the best is being secured. cannot do better than give Blair ct'
The purchasers will occupy their and voting. The Governor will luG' a special Sunday afternoon. City Point: K. W. UalL "y
aew property In the early future, and The acreage In pines this year is double Thrasher a trial :Note the references t\em, and tkat it.probably ail the tatttjactUm continued v* f
aboliSh the bad habit of paying rent that of last year.-St Augustine ffevi.I I in their ad. they via get. q-Loealt




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According to the Picayune .. r; Z RACINEWIS.LOG .
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will be manufactured in the United This I '
State close to the cotton field ing ; for our New SO page AddressSOUTHERN Catalogue of all kinds of Vehicles. SPRING WAGONSetALLSTYLES.a-GuVTRUCKSSH >

and yet BUGGY CO.

Pure I PAr aHucaNS My
The proportion of actual cash need OHIO U.S.A. LADIES CHAISE,
In roercanti'e transactions i. very only

'small, most of business being done it takes PAfENr CHAISiePIAKE
tbe diumof check and It is
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The newepapcr'Ln'Yatrla, of d'r '

published at the City of Mexico, says both to et ltttllIElt; t 6EB1 of what
IalilElitElllEIAEEEE : making a specialty this season
,t ,
that the United States government than 'trolE
we call our PARAGON HA RL1ESS.
should return to Mexico the trophies .v ,
Made of the FINEST STOCK and the very
captured by United States in
troops and BEST WORKMANSHIP. Such a harness
tho Mexican war,,and which aro now in cannot be bought for less than $25.

ftt the West Point Military Academy, flow LARGESTCJNG at retail. But we are willing:, ."

thut showing itt magnanimity ( Ss a a0a In order to Introduce It, to -f.,;.

To be SELL ONE SET ONLY S\ ,450 \
Gold while in circulation Is handled '
time, to one person as a ,.. \t o'
,loss than any other medium. It is t N IN sample for ." "VL, <1f6
would I Ii ICJ e e w p i \ : b.;"
usually kept in vaults of banks for O -<> .1-1 ''
luch $16 50 .;> ; ''' (- .'' te'
\ .
demand rarely Made and for this ,,
reason '; ; :
tho lost by abrasion it but one- thetic, ,. .... o"o>o< 'w o'<$ t< t.. o" <'
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FIAN2 C? : .f. ... '<> ,
half of one per cent in twenty ye rl. o & ,.,v' o... :... $*.... *",
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In a |20 gold piece, the standard () "':. *t t. l: \ 4
<> !< .".
weight of which is 616 gtmlns, the A HAUTE NEWPORT." >> -"' ... "At;>: >."r"od"\r':\$(a"o to o .P""'""'
A .i"I .,,O ( < v O'o.
allowance for loss ab- 'Y -
government by : e'O''.:oP 1-'' ,}'
Bureau PeSp oCO ( ". .. tY vr-o< <';\
ration it '.68 grains.
es 'lj.\; f"p:
renewed i4: } $
The New York Sun soliloquizes duction ,i,

A thousand passengers for Europe. fcitcr. ,

. At 11000, only, apiece, is ono million may
American dollars
sent by a single .
day's steamships to keep the Old, to Q J c 0

World's axles greased. And tho same part of >kF a Drn
014 World folks cackle like A pullet chosen .

aver ber flat egg when; they invest more = zO
one million dollars In American enter c 1

prises. Why, America aporiQs more z /n mxa >
than that On them every week of the of '
Pt .
rear. entirely [Patent applied forI :ill:
The Lick is the most to the the mod convenient pleasure and business vehicle for the lMryer, N 0._ ,.
telescope pow- .man or fanner,on earth. Owing to the oouatruotion of the body Q IjI t.
erful glass in the world. It is report.ed bogus ..very llf>hl the same time rent durable, and t.the handtoinett W m
pltaiure. or b...,_.. vehicle on thu market
the obit T rs at Mount Hamilton WRITTEN GUARANTEE GIVEN ON EACH VEHICLE.: 1 WOOD ri!<"H, OR PAWTID.: .
late patience. liUsl euk ittwhid a btictoi la OSS ICETTTS. Vrit Pot Frlcti. agents ffutri. Built
lately kept a sharp eye turned on Honor. Entirely'different from Cheap Western- _
upon the shadow! of one of the moons two a ) CARRIAGE AND BUGGY CO., Terra Haute t lei Work. Live Dealers wanted. Territory given. r.
of tho planet Jupiter. This shadow pretty .
seemed double, indicating that tho its' KINCMAN. StURTEVANT & LAR RABEE"; '' '.

tiny moon which cast it it also double c CARRIAGE AND SLEIGH BUILDERS '
Since the first hint of the discovery a fifty iO$6,5 RSON'S .

many observations have been mado curious .t SEND FOR FULL CATALOGUES. BINCHAMTON, N. Y.. I IJ

through the Lick glass, all tending to the 0-

confirm ,tbe original Impression, to I city. t WE ARE IN THE LEADFOR
wits That this particular satellite of ger, as L
the greatest of the planets is double- of his FINE QUALITY AND STYLE OF SPRING VEHICLES

ft dot of a moon revolving around the the deuce note to A ordnlS4t THE MOST FOR THE MONET IS OUR MOTTO '

:lash moon.

The young German Kaiser has time i 1 i is the machine that MATERIAL ou'k CATA- *- .
taken to reforming the German lan- parts THIS .
guage. so that those words derived chance used in the Office, AND LOGUE8 '

through Latin-French sources shall be plausible AT I ShortOestand: : :S Court-room, and for reporting WORKMANSHIP FULLY IL-

expunged. "Captain," "..trategle"and maniac Quickest lectures and sermons.
'"attacke" give way respectively bid and Pullman Palace IUSTRATESWINS. '

Id "hanptmann," 'kreigsfuhrnng'and'Uturm. bears through without change. While its speed is greater than any .
connection __ __ OUR LINE.
." other known method, it is so simple __

"vorgehen." The"Avanclren"changes, commentsthe becomes gloss.though-[ UNIONST I LOUIS that any of intelligent person can gain a SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS RECEIVE BEST ATTENTION"
speed zoo or more words minute
Chicago News, are patriotic, no and with Through car in five or six weeks, without the A SAMPLE JOB WILL CONVINCE YOU THAT OUR.

'doubt. But a battle might be lost | | and the aid of an instructor. Circulars and WORK IS THE WORK TO BUY.

while commands were being given in One : NORTHWEST, testimonials sent to all who mention

the new patent reform language. house in lines tar DETROIT I I this paper.E. BRIDGEWATER, CARRIAGE CO.

Fancy non to a bid colonel his "obcrstwachtmelster"stopping In mid-ac pearance attracted .n and a dtheE taunts T. PIERCE, FAYETTE, OHIO, :aOANOxm: V..A.N .

make a charge I The oberst-oto. was man one change of can Sole Agent for U. S. and Canada. -

formerly plain "major." whiskers NEW ORLEANS,

monkey Vicktbur?Points in
Few men have been greater favor / AND TI1E i *,
lies of the fair sex avers the New to xv xi so*.
York Tribune, than the late Prince come via this line are afforded an THE TRAVELERS,

Napoleon. It is said that King: Hum. a of Lookout Mountain and Jacksonville .;1Cu
who hat Historic Scenery. t '4EASIE
bert smiled when the Prince first made
known his iutentloa guage -
to the '
fluent in B. E. Pass. Agt., At \ 4 _
Princess CloUulde. who was known The Travelers, corner Bay and Cedar 3- I.
at a perfect man hater, and ono of the 'One. : Div. Pass Agt., streets, Jacksonville, Fla. A new brick 4 a)
moil bashful of women.GIve me keeper, &. hotel, nearest to all railroad stations sod
they \\ ::, G. P. & T. A., steamboat landings. Especially adaptedto '
five minutes with T KEPT
only her, said the transient business. Elegantly furnished *
Prince, in answer to Humbert's bout cage O' rooms, single or en suite. Tables I N51 5YOUR BY STO RES axe HEARSern'ut
that hit sister would not lisle to his chatter THE good as the beat. This hotel was built, I N 1tE U. e''
them furnished and operated u a $3.00 a day nSENDTOUSfOa
entreaties. The five minutes were lous, SAFETY house rates are now reduced to f3.00 a [ .
granted to the handsome Napoleon. LEVER day while the service is better than nero ETTINGTNEM E3ox210f"a
True to his word, the Prince won the visitor Breakfast from 6 to 9; lunch from 11:30 ,' LYE' Vig
Princess within Maybe; to 9:SO; dinner from 3:30 to 7:80. This FOR YOU. I-'DL'aKE; MASS.
the specified tIme. The Is the only hotel in Jacksonville aeniD '
Two weeks later the engagement was regular meaU at these hours. All others - -- -- -
publicly announced.The like their : are at least one hour later Use the r--
done Traveler omnibus, the tickets save 83
tents each 'Wa1.BURTON, a
deposit ever made in 1 i1
Wichita, ran, states the Chicago as K. BARR8.IO ,

Herald, was that of tbe postmaster Proprietor.OUR '

who placed 1 cent to a special account almost "WANT A :
be leaves AGON ? ,
of a 'amanche
County postmaster in 'I' 4l
the Wichita National Bank, who in good-bye NEW IMPROVED SINGER We live wagons: busies surreys. High gnat; as light t I
Ms quarterly settlement last foil, was York of of SIMPLICITY POWER. HIGH AUK,TMI.."Lt:.ONLY t '.00 en R/ strong manufacture, dU1 'lc!. stylish as beautifully finished as Bjoder aiza. I; j

found short ihU amount. The department Z J *' ri an produce. Butt on honor by men c< We .. ,
will U duly notified of tho credit ?*O (G.Yh'J.. .: (It" ttpenence. Honesty U our policyj prompt shipment our : "
Kaiser Bi fi! .: ::r" Sf<<'Wty. We want to know
made. Tk Second Assistant Post STROKE. only two cats a _, CrcnWr. :: I I1Othinc. you. Write us. Costs you
May lead
master General will notify' the Auditor burg beloved, to and Bearing alt around .: W .,.. ;. .,".. sq s.1 1 "; at:1logue.: Kb free to to business every reSrrfXl: Sender. our'" 4
of tkft Treasury, and in turn will Safety made. ...Z r. haraton Wagon Co., Binghamton raPer. Binc-
N. Y.
I demand a receipt from the Treasuierof sured IKaiser =: o i' !AoWlll '. .
U'I Tu. I
the United States at New York, g "BUILT FOR BUSINESS."
trbo wW Mod this receipt In triplicate to Berlin a...!:;O.L iu:, PA.EITS ._
to the Postmaster General, the Treasurer 8'1 iy MACHINE CO CURED. :;: ; 1&ii fe

of the United States and the Improved; _UJlG&, .&, TRIAL talTeurratt IIOTTt.K. 11
Oamanefaa County postmaster. amokUs I Ga..06oe...........
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: ALLIANCETALKS. Done tee I despair on account of objec. yo.r welfare. Com In$ and Join the. prOcession f i
,. '"' tions. All leform movements that have and share some, of the glory of GEORGIABRIEFS.Newsy woe sheltered Georyc Washington thefather THE WIDE WORLD
...,. ,, '.' .. evr been started, have at first been the of the grandest and of this country on the occasion of
''' NEWS OF THE subject of sharp criticism, nod the instl- most accomplishing glorious achievements of the middle .....:._ a visit to the city, then ,lonesome litte:

,1. .r'' ORDER FROM gators denounced as traitors and natural class in the history of the world. The Paragraphs From Over village. Another historical house, but (GENERAL TELEGRAPHIC ANDy .
ALL SECTIONS. horn ('raD Itl. In this position just now is right hand of fellowship is extended with one in tho best state of preservation,
the Alliance. Its leaders are being stacked cordial the State. graces the right bank of the Savannah CABLE CULLINGS

: .' I find the demands controverted by t welcome awaiting.. jou. The Central of Get rgia has iver in the lower part of the ,city. Its ,
Items of Interest to Alliance bitttr opposition. What these demands been leased to the Terminal for lisfbrical recollections tell of the patirotio '
njsfem Of Brief Items Interest From
The Polk Couy Farmtr (Bolivar, and
men Everywhere. are A great many people do not know. ninety-nine yours. courtly Lafayette, who was once en-
I and further they do not want to know, )fo.,) says: "If you are an Alliancemanyou Home I is to have 'halltRblo ho. 'ertaiocd under it. hospitab'e rooftree Various Sources.
If a ( pital.
; if in them they find anything; to believe in Alliance principles. The eminent l'.dn w N..r :Nil' .". .......
.: ':'- A (cur-omaxt; EKDORSKMIST. cross their however you believe in Alliance principles you surgeon, Dr. KoboitUattey, The old Macon and Covlngton road li
)paths, *rong they is the Five hundred lathers In struck
donor. The Chicago
t ::} !"". '.. The following from the regular weekly may bo, or however reasonable are opposed to the money power. If ;you selected and building J1UIt been low the Moron and Northern. In April for advance of 20 cent la
:;:-k." .letter of the "Reform Press Bureau," the c demands appear to'fair and unprejudiced are opposed to the money power, you are they 11'11La\ equipped at last Judge Miller, of the Bibb county i Tuesday an per
ii : conducted at Wa.hlngton by the notional minds. The Alliance bus unfolded an enemy to the patties that protect this once. For some time a h".plt..llou been superior court, entered a ctccree foredos- wages.

i!e I :. legislative conncil of the Farmers' Alliance its banner to the public and now money power. The power that controlsthe greatly have talked needed and the people of Home lag the mortgages! on the Covington and Fire in Shufeldt's distillery at Chlca C\.
and national banking tem, the power a good deal about cstab\ Salting : Macon. 'lbe liens in Wednesday morning, entailed a loss of
Industrial Union I is interesting let it be upheld with dignity, and honor .y o were favor of the
a in that it shows a semi-official endorsement to the principles it so earnestly adheres that prevents legislation in the one.Tho I Mercantile Tru t company, of New York, fl00,000: L
of the Cincinnati convention and to. The Alliance demands, generated in Interest of tbe farmer and laborer, this alliance of the ninth is reported to and, as Judge Miller rendered the ile- Over 4,000 Italian emigrants pawed

the new "Peoples' Party. The letter is the domains of reasons and justice, born powe Is the money pswer. It La Oe bo tell-hot against an appropriation for tree of foreclosure, ho apponted Mr. through the barge office at New York
tut follows of necessity by the oppressed and down man or the dollar. Take your choice." the world's fair. All the county alliances John C. Key commissioner to sell the Wednesday.

"The great Cincinnati conference Is a trodden, in this some spirit should be .4. are I passing resolutions against it, and it road. At tbe recent sale the propertywas Francis F. Emory, boots end shoes, 100''
look ,
thing of the past. It has made history. sustained. Let every Alliance man stick The Southern Jfertwy (Dallas, Tex.) like the alliance members will\ vote purchased by Mr.! Alexander Brown Pearl street New York, made an assign*,

In the United States of America the first closely to th<* Alliance demand', andallow hits hard, and says! All people will learnto solidly! against it. They say that the and Mr. Skipwith Wilmer, of Baltimore, ment Monday. Liabilities estimated at,
toward the know that the members composing tboFarmers' nianutnctureis who wilL! reap the benefit for When the
; step formation of a new great no strife or contention t political party is taken, the chief corner mind.! Let all acquaint themselves with All ance aro in earnest. They pay for the sho.w. knocked the property o3, it was generally A cablegram of Sunday from

tone being "Equal rights to all, special the issues and be prepared on all occasions 11'11defend\ tho demands of the supreme Comptroller: of the Currency Lacey has understood that it had been bid in Italy, says i Cardinal nome I '

privileges to none," and this party standing to stand their ground in the face of I council; they will not retreat an inch; i I'@ued his abstract of the condition of in the name of the bondholders. ThepUTt'hasen bishop of Turin, is Almonda.. ,
\ on this foundation and I they will not equivocate and they will be the Georgia national banks, from reports Messrs. Wilmer and Brown WI br
one against opposition denunciation. I in 1818, and created cardinal in .
Tiiicu tile untied cohorts ui greed, .. heard!; they will wrench the power to made to him. ,There are thirty-two however, announced that thee bad bought 187
avarice and monopoly shall not prevail. A Washington correspondent of the tyranize out of the hands of despots;iney national banks in the Mate, with resources the road for themselves and their associates his Benson J. Lowing, hlltoran die a I, ,
residence in .
It must win and will rule. The New York World sends the following to 11'11ff'turn\ this government to the people. amounting to $13,253,200.03. and, upon that fact being reported ; I I
preparation One work which him
for and the gathering of that con his paper regarding the Cincinnati meet. Stand from under, traitors, sycophants The liabilities leave a reserve of 26 24.100 to the court, Judge Miller approved Wednesday. gave '
fame "The Field Book of thsj
I ference was watched by the country at :Dtr, which shows how outsiders view the and political bosses. per cent. the legal reserve being 33 per and confirmed the sale, and great Revolution.,"was I:

v large with mingled interest, anxiety movement from a political standpoint: ... cent. Although this is running pretty ordered the court to make the purchasers :
and contempt. Drones and those Viewed from a strictly political standpoint The recasting and. the regeneration ol clofo to the limit. Mr. Lacey regards it a deed to the road. This was done, and The Teutonlo sailed Wednesday for-

who are barnacles\ on the body the interesting Cincinnati conference the entire financial system of the country as satisfactory. the purchasers at once secured a charter Liverpool, taking $1,800,000 In geld '

politic were aroused to some interest stamped upon the minds of the various before the people, and will have to be Dr. J. B. Shearer, president) of Davidson from Secretary of State Cook in compliance coin. Total taken for the day's- steamer* i

men and patrioits who have long and party leaders and individuals impressions noticed in no equivocal way by those who 'college of North Carolina: and Dr. with the laws of Georgia, incorporating 'Was $1,800,000. Total for the .ek C

earnestly been trying to inaugurate a quite as distinct as the heterogeneous write the platforms of the parties next G. B. Strickler, of Atlanta, members of themselves under the Dame of $4,830,000.The I
revolution that would restore to tbe elements which composed the This question of financial reform the board of regents for selecting a site: the Macon and Northern Railroad Com story telegraphed from Indianapolis
whole people their individual privileges, gathering itself. When the convention will not down at the bidding of the for tho situation of the Presbyterian pany. Messrs. Brown and Wilmer then Tuesday concerning the purchase of :,
and protection anxious adjourned full university to be built the conveyed the road to the the Mobile and Ohio by the Mckey .
were -painfully finally a day at least sooner bosses, and they would just as well make by Presby new company, '
\ anxious-lest there might be some mis than was anticipated, those most deeply a note of that fact, and govern themselves tirinnn of Georgia. North Carolina, South the Macon and Northern. The capital syndicate is denied in Evansvllle, lath, ," 'G

", step by which all their painstaking, efforts concerned had reason to feel about as accordingly.: -Progrtuim Farmtr. Carolina and Florida, visited LaGrange stock was placed at $1,000,000.A on the best authority :t' 1

might be injured or nullified. follows: recently, in con,eqnenco of which tho ..... The Mark Lane Etprtu, in Its weekly .
Those who hate and try to crush every. 1. The Farmers' Alliance-relief. The farmers of Tennessee* are arrangingfor I people uf that city are expecting tho location At a recent meeting of the stockholders review of the British grain trade, says '

,thing but themselves, composed the element 2. The democratic party-satisfaction. a mass meeting and general re-uniou of university there. of the Macon Construction Company, at that English wheats are fine and price \

which tried to brand the conference 8. The republican party-alarm. in Nashville on June 11. One of the features Mr. J. n: Ward. <.f Genesis Point, Macon, a proposition made by a Baltimore are stationary. In foreign wheats the ;

with contempt. The large gathering presented 4. Mr. Harrison, Mr. Blaine or whoever of the reunion will be a series of Bryp.n" county, has just had finished one syndicate to buy tho entlro stock of the changes in value are fractional. ii,

.: ''" the unusual spectacle of a political may be tho republican candidate-. addresses by prominent speakers in the of the greatest flowing artesian we'll in company was discussed! but no decisionwas At a meeting of the cabinet at Madrid, ,f

;' ', assembly which there was packing misgiving: ball of the house of representatives. Dr. the south. Its outpour is 1BOO gallonsper reached. Not enough stock was Spain, Saturday, the queen I '
and in which there WAS no effort or purpose 5. Mr. Cleveland-solicitude. C. W. Macune will be one of the speakers minute, 2,100,000 gallons every represented to take action. Tho Baltimore log, Premier Canovas del rel4ltprd': a

to buy or sell. Many men of widely These results are due, not on the occasion. twenty-four hours. Mr. Ward has spent people proposed to pay for the nounced that a coromercfat conventionwith ,;
divergent views and strong convictions 90 much to what the convention S.S about $3 ,OOO in experiments on wells. stock if they could securo a controlling the United States had boon 1

'composed the body. But with all this really did as to the temper of the The Monitor (St. Lou, )[0.8IYs: His perseverance has at last been awarded, intercut. The sensational feature of the cluded. en1

"concession" and not "obstinacy" was more comervatlve men present, indicated "When the people become tho banker, and ho now hm a well that ho says is proposition is the rumor that it comes dispatches state that r
a so-i
'.' the characteristic feature. There was by their speeches and acts: The leadersof the tribute of all private enterprise will\ worth $20,000 per annum for irrigation from llobinson. Robinson, it II said, Is Tuesdays has been issued ; Berlin ? / '

friendly and earnest consultation which the Farmers' Alliance may well heavea flow to them, government costs would bf purposes. Tho well is 438 feet deep.A still anxious to secure tho Georgia South- calling socialists throughout JI 'f I

soon concentrated and crystalized itself sigh of relief at the passing of the most reduced to a minimum, and tho valuation libel suit for $10,000 i Is brought cm, and in making this trade gets it country to meet upon and protest against the*,

into the shortest, but grandest and most serious danger which hss menaced their I of farms would rise to their _!maxlmu .' against the Alliance Farmer Publishing about one-third cheaper than by the government's decision not to reduce

comprehensive plbtform promulgated by organization. While, from their pointof THE Company of Atlanta. Tho suit is former agreement. It may not bo neccs- de on grain. d. .'I'.1
any political party in a third of a view, the conference did little or no RAINS CAME founded on two articles which appearedin sury to hold another meeting. Tho stock
century. The work of the convention good, it certainly resulted in less harm tho Alliance farmer 8 is nil that is wanted, and if tho individual A cablegram from Parts saysi 'The .
on February
was a confounding surprise to all than was anticipated. Instead of forc. Accompanied a Cyclone and 1801. Waites L. Mims merchant of, stockholder chooses to sell, it'. sit right.Still presiding oillrer of the Bourse aDnouncedWednelliay
partisan and sectional politicians. They ing the Alliance to indorso or reject certain Much Hall. Wayne boro, IJurke county, is tho plain tho bidder requires to be assured ofa did that 1[. Verne broker; rho.,, _____

predicted that the platform vexatious principles, the convention A Chicago dispatch : Over half tiff. Tho articles said to have boon IIbcloua majority of the stuck. It is said a majority a very etonllv business, was defaulter '

would be rotten with numerous and Impossible I practically referred the whole matter to tho United States was says soused In water More tho manner in which a legal of the stock held in Macon has estimated on his contract Ills liabilities "\ _
\ are to >
"isms." They misjudged the the regular Alliance convention next Tuesday night and tho edge of tho great advertisement was reprinted and an editorial been bought at par, and the holders are francs. aoud 10.00.00; '

,, men whom they were trying to condemn, February, with a recommendation in I. spot of wet was made ragged with a on tho Twitty till founded on the willing to dispose of at tho price offered, ______
and they failed to realize that politicians favor of naming its own candidate for cyclone. The condition of telegraphwires advertisement.A RS they will have suffered no actual 10... On Saturday, a cable message was're) .I ___
and great do not all Experienced financiers sale will ceived Uaytlen legation 'at
newspapers possess president.The north and south, east and west say a be
recent meeting held itt Smithionlit
the brains of the country. The work of ..... from this city, showed a state of affairs, of the stockholder of the Smithsonla made. It moans more for Macon than announcing that a revolution had broken J _
the convention has either caused ominous following is quoted from a letter seldom it ever : rains : the stock in its present shape out at Port au Prince, Ilaytl and that & _
equaled. Soaking: and Danielsville road resulted in the
silence or conservative Jrom President of the Georgia ..'. state of siege bad been d
expression among Livingston, were in with driving u? Big Drtak. proclaimed .
progress, accompanied election of Colonel James M. Smith ____
Port Prince A French baa _
them. The Cincinnati convention is to State Alliance, which appeared rains to New York side and The Steve Rysn failure Is tbe largestever au
0 be followed another in on one president; Judge G. C. Daniel, vice been sent to the scene of disturbance. ,
by great meeting Atlanta Constitution: "The great to New Orleans on the other, stretching president and Colonel D. W. Meadow recorded in the history of Atlanta, :
next February, which will be a convention bulk of our people are producers, about to St. Paul and Minneapolis to the north, secretary ,and treasurer. The road will,I and one of the largest ever known in the At a meeting of the directors th*:' j

officially authorized by the great ag 60 per cent. are wage-workers. The and in the west for an indefinite distance. bo built at once if tho citizens of Madison South. The collapse of this great dry Louisville and Nashville road at NeV t. _
ricultural and labor organizations of the proportion of rich to poor is ai 0 tu ot Milwaukee reported the worst electric will raise goods house came like a bomb-shell to York on Tuesday, it was deCided M call t .
country More than five millions of With this fact county $15,000. They the citizens and created a to be held fltb _
percent. staring our disturbance on record, making, telegraphand will do this nnd when finished the road a wave of excitement meeting, July ,
American citizens will be represented.The congress In the face is it not astovuding telephone communication impossible will connect with the throughout tho state; for what for the purpose of authorizing a increase J'
platform of the people' party that all laws touching taxation and cur except at brief intervals. Further northwest Carolina probably and Northern railroad. Georgia citizen of Georgia has not heard of Ryan at the caplalatock to$55.000.000.. Thf t/

**. *- .. launched at Cincinnati, embodies ail me rency nave been in favor of the -0" ana in tho Dakotas mtny towns were and his great bargains I The early estimate present caplalla I .' !A
principles which these organizations have against the ",94?" The "94" in the cut off. The Atlanta and Florida railroad has of the extent of the failure seem to have Incorporation paper* were were filed ot' &'

uppottcd and pressed into national Democratic party are awake and aroused. A dispatch from Watertown 8. D. changed management. Col. I. T. Sage exaggerated the true state of affairs. Columbus. 0., Monday for the
: prominence despite railery, villification The platform and candidates for 'OJ: states: that a small, dark, funnel-ahspod) was made president and an ,entire new These estimates were placed at $3,000,000, dated oatmeal company a fi
and vituperation from so-called nust be in their interest. It board of directors was elected. The new but tbe liabilities will wit ;;
leadingmen not
cloud suddenly probably exceed stock of $3,000,000. ,
appeared in tho south at oatmeal[ _
wLo' ought to have been their friends is the duty of every citizen to bear his S o'clock Tuesday afternoon and board is composed of I. Y. Sage, Henry half that amount. The assets are variously mills of the country .l ,.brought .
and not their enemies. The primary object proportion of the necessary expenses of developed into a hurricane. It appeared Jackson, Tom Cobb Jackson, Henry estimated at from $300,000 tof800OOO under one ar thl bcsdquar ,

: of the last meeting is the government. It in also the privilegeof close to the ground and in ita whirling Kothschild of New York. McAllen B. so the loss to creditors will ters in management. .
to be virtually the same' was every citizen to investigate tbe meth. motion the that it Marsh, W. A. Heath, Joseph N. Moody, probably in'no event be very great. The say .kro. will Icorratl
people saw was the
that of the first. The ods of John HItfhtowcr, jr., O. N. Tiler of New effect of the failure b 10W.
national taxation!; It II eaually as clear dreaded cyclone and the which will not be felt by A '
roar accompanied York, Edward t*. McOoudless H. 11. Marseilles cablegram ,$undayN i
committee of the his decide Atlanta banks
peoples party will attend province to whether financially. The are the
it like fire states that _____
was a huge snap Atkinson and W. T. Ashmore. It II the a steamer which baa $ _
the February convention for be is over-taxed not. Theproduca' only Atlanta creditors and Irlt
con or are
ping and in its onward they amply there from the
crackling New Hebrides
ference: and in that conference the Alliance and toilers of this course intention of the new management to extend secured. What will become of the ,
everything that in its the _
came path. For. south Pacific advices tie
brings to
afc tho line from its terminus at ,
other organizations will take have with wonderful present immense stock of which Mr.
unanimity Ryan
tunstcly it struck he city on the eastern I effect that state _
\ the people's party by the band, and their determined that the present system limit, where buildings were scattered. Ft. Valley to some point. on the Atlantic I carried, is one of the most interesting there. a o anarchy pta I
five millions of members can and will say of raising revenue for the government is Everything that in its coast, but 'just where does not seem to I questions of the failure. It is especially in NUmeroU ; ;
came way was have been determined.The 000 natives were killed, The-
through their representatives: 'Your utterly opposed to the genius of our republican demolished. Three people were killedat Interesting to the Atlanta merchants. bodies of the dead eaten thevictors. /"
principles are our principles, your plat form of government. It is Hazel, sixteen miles southwest of the cold storage eompsnle.'of Atlanta Nearly every merchant in Atlanta says wpre bjr '

form is our platform; we are yours; we class legislation, intensified. It reverses town, and the storm is said to have been have paid the f 500 tax to the city under that; the stock will be in the neighbor -l.l\| \ _
are with you, and will stand by you to the order of things as Intended by God. very severe in that vicinity. Heavy rain protest. The tax and cost together hood of $500,000. Turn all\ these goods The pig iron market at Glasgow collapsed !

the end.' It may be mentioned in particular given rule, that a man should pay according and hall followed the s tor in. The damage I amounted to $, 30.20 in each case. loose on the public and what would be Tuesday, the Scotch wut dt M
that the platform of the people's to what he bath. It is wickedin to i property<< in the vicinity cannot be Colonel Hammond, in making tho pay. the result. Open the doors and sell the dicing to Os. Od. The dec unr. ji
party is substantially, if not wholly, the its discrimination in favor of those 'correctly estimated until the merit for the three companies, the Atlanta itock piece by piece under the sheriffs to the lifting of tlprere (vHi': j

platform and demands enunciated by the who use the comforts and luxuries of plxces have been heard from. country Beef Company, the Armour Packing hammer. Steve Ryan's cut prices would by the London ndfte. The i j

National Farmers' Alliance and Industrial life, and against those who are shut up to i Another telegram from Darlington. Company and Nelson, Morris & Co., be no where. Give it to a receiver, who was limited to ton.indicating the -i J_ _

Union at St. Louis in 1889, and the necessities of life. WI!., snys One of the most disastrous filed a written protest against thecollec., would go in to sell out as rapidly as pos sensitive condition o( market. Ths'
emphasized and reaffirmed at Ocals.Fla.,' .*. rainstorms ever known in this section tion of the tar. lie aUo. tiled a protest sible. It would still resemble Steve position depends entirely upon the action I

in 1890, and by the National Farmers' A OOOD BEOI5VIKO. visited this city Tuesday evening about' with Tax Collector Stewart. The payment i Ryan's scalping knife. The merchants of the London syndicate. j

Alliance at Omaha, in 1891. And that State Lecturer Foster of the newly 7 o'rlock. The storm came from the being made under compulaion, I are spprehonslre of something of this A Vienna correspondent of the London1; ';}:
there be dodging misunderstanding should the court decide the act kind, and Time it is seml-offldaUjr annoaneed
I might no or organized State Alliance in Ohio issues north an unusual quarter. The wind supreme are vigorously Opposed to it. says .f j
about what might or might not the following letter to sub-Alliances, in blew a hurricane and the rain fell in torrents to be unconstitutional, the state will So the matter atandl.AGAINST that the Uusslan government is disposedto I
have been meant, the sub-trea-urr plan and hailstones hen's doubtless be called upon to refund the negotiate with Baron hirsch in'tort ;
the Industrial Union: "We find in many as large as J
was specially emphasized and endorsed. localities cunning politicians, who are eggs crashed against houses and through money. matter Of transporting the expatriatoq _
Another particular to be noted Macon is determined THE FAIR. Jews to the Jewish which Baro
trying to get persons initiated in the Alliance the foliage. Several outhouses were to stop the spreadof colony '
:r (s that the platform was adopted to work for them by :Finding blown down and incalculable damage to infections diseases as the tenor of the hIrsch intended to b founded In th ;I

6 Ji with total unanimity and amid the things thus, we desire say to the crops have resulted.\ The river has following ordinance passed by the city Organized Labor Apposing Further Argentine republic te operation

mexst glorious enthusiasm. Still every sub-Alliance in the State of Ohio risen four feet in au hcur and bids fair to council will show} "110 it ordained by Appropriations.At (lying twelve yean. I _

another particular to be noted is.that a. that it stands you in hand to guard well be the highrst ever known. No loss of the board of health of the city of Macon, a general meeting of five central The Presbyterian general! assembly U), I

large number of the delegates to the convention your tbreshold. It is true we want every life is reported so far. and It is hereby ordained by authority of labor bodies of Chicago: Sunday session at JJetroit, Saturday, voted t _

) were and not not members to ofthe Farmerl'AUiance eligible person; who is Alliance first, last A NEW CRUISER the same, That there shall not be a publicor ized labor took a radical stand ,sgalDst organ. meet next on the) P.clfo coast and by _
eligible. membership. and all the time in the order; but be church funeral of any person who has any further move to give public askance rising vote won by on'over.
Friends of the sub treasury plan may diel of whelming which the 'f.,
who tomes in for special favors or to represent smallpox, dipthtria, scarlet fever, to the world's fair their majority *
as long as .
dismiss all doubts uneasiness Which
freely or as Will
anything rather than true Alliance Twenty-Two yellow fever typhus fever or Asiatic demands for minimum made unanimous. I was voted that i
a rate refused. '
to the ultimate victory.. If the particulars,. principles we have no use for, knowing Knots Per Hour. cholera, but the funeral of such person Resolutions resolutions are cost at the railroads do not, ateuUhree month ,

as now proposed, are not put In operation that one enemy inside is harder to Proposals were opened at the cavy department shall be private; and it shall not be lawful the fair directors upon and a committee were was before the next prop
the involved will
principle eventu. manage than a hundred outside. So It at Washington, Monday, for to invite or permit at the funeral of appointed to continue tbe fight. The concessions, the permanent officers
established if better
ally be nothing can you have any person who is not true to the construction of protected cruiser No. any person who das died of any of the I bodies represented at the meeting were assembly have the right to arrange fof

be found.of There designating muMbo a some member short of and tbe our principles say to him at the first opportunity 18, provision for which was made by the above diseases, cr any contagious or pes-I the Trade and Labor Auernblv./ ,. Central Kansas City. t f,

easy way by ballot, Out of the position last congress. The vessel will be similar ti'entlal disease, or with any services con Labor Union, Central Council, Knljlhta
third To 'he is a member of TURKISH HIGHWAYMEN
the people part say would be comprehen- wh'rh you are not worthy to occupy." to cruiser No. 13, equipped with one nected therewith any person whose attendance of Labor and Carpenter's Council. Legal 9. I 1
Aid so an persons who want in for a eight-Inch. two six-lock and a great Is not necessary, or to whom, opinions were read from C. 8. furrow .
but would take too much
enough special or favor "Gentlemen number of smaller and machine there is Capture a Train and Hold _
purpose of
time. Henceforth a follower and affilialor rapid danger contagion thereby. I and Jesse Cox on the question as to ft I i
stand back." We have a great battle to guns She is designed to make in Passengers.
of the is an A n.r. I whether the world's fair directors bad a
party a 'Populist
t I for a new party people's needs and deserves a new; fight in the State of Ohio and must have emergency, the extraordinary speed of A big error has been discovered in the right to grant a minimum rate of wagis.' A cablegram of Monday from COB

term." unity all along tbe line. With this we twenty-two knots per hour, which would appointment of commandants of the state I TOe directors claimed that It would conflict stsotlnople says tht a Pal of thlrtf.

... will march to untold success and leave enabl her to capture the swiftest! of military encampment to be held in Ch'ck with their by-laws which required Lr and led by te ootc rbb Anas;

THE DCMA3DS .ALL-SUOTCIEKT behind us in the debris, carcasses of once ocean greyhounds, or to escape from the mauga in July, Colonel John Milloite them to let contracts to the lowest an altk upr. _

happy, though corrupt, politicians. So ]pursuit of a more formidable craft A of Atlanta, was appointed commander-la Udder. __ _ at a station between city add Aurlsjnople. !
The Farmerf Advocate (Tarboro, N. be of good cheer, be steadfast, immovable I number' of representatives of slip build. chief of the camps for the fourth week They seized the watchman at : .

., C.) is red hot on the side of the Ocala always abound in the true principles ing firms were present when bids were If the Augusta toope go Into camp, bj station, tore up the track and when t1* -v't -
.i, demands and says: "The Alliance de. of the Alliance and our country will once opened as well as members of different right Colonel J. C. Levy, of the Augusta train run into the. .trap. they plunder -
minds at Ocala, Florida .
adopted are as free branches "
+ more of naval services. Bids battalion the ana tutu .
were as should have been made commandant passengers oaggsge
plain and simple as the English) language ... follows William Cramp & Boat, of of the camp that week. Colonel Cannot be Delivered at Free nod "'llbe eegineer of the Inc,an cal, _ _
r can express them They are put up in a The AUianei Reporter (Tbomasville, Philadelphia, f3.743,000; Union Iron Levy received a letter from Colonel Offices at Pound Rates.A four first claM pMMOgers, a CeinuuO

4 business way, and their authors have Ala.) is after the friends of the order who Works, of Ban Francisco, $2,703,000; Milledge. elating that an error had been Washington dispatch of Wednesday one of whom was a Berlin bkr oamej t
plainly shown that they meant business. are occupying a position of neutrality in Bath Iron Works of braet. released him teal bfLitn
-inese demand am u aae whu Bath 31... $2eW>. made in his appointment as commander saIl: Publishers of semi-weekly newspapers
< by people
feel the need of them. the following words: "The farmer who 000. The result was a complete surprise I of the camps the forth week and the throughout the country are much a demand for a ransom of 140,0 f_ _

.. The laboring classes, by the aid of has been standing aloof and wishing the to nearly every one present, as the Bath I honor should fall to Colonel Levy who Interested in a point raised by Colonel 0.P for the other captives. Tb.uslni.tcr Germs!

: their leaders, have published their wants Alliance godspeed in its undertakings Iron works is a comparatively new competitor was entitled to the office as be was senior Baldwin, editor of the Mwitrt Vernon, .(Cocstanilnolpe h WD isatructod q __

4 and told to the world that they must have but has never attached himself to the in I the construction of steel vessels eolwl. Colonel Levy's commission is I 0.!, UrvMtM*, concerning postal rates on. rwy It. Tbe ep _________
them. What has been the orderfnor done anything toward securing and has had no naval work except dated seventy-five days before that of such publications and the postt.ffice de.t.pfm.nC that the j orie will refood the ._ _ _
consequence the results accomplished had best begin to small cruisers now building.Insurgents Colonel Milledge. In the appointment: ,. u . Why opposition of course, from ------- -- p -
quarter and denunciation from almost every bustle or he will not get in the processionuntil commandants, seniority has priority. tile subject. present rulings One Million in Smoke..

f every ban). Why all this Just because I the victory shall be won and the Executed.A I.......,... DI..rI..' Of the pottomce establishment publishers \ _
some man's business is to be Interfered people will be indulging in loud huzzas The old historical landmarks In ant Of weekly papers may have their papers A destructive fire occurred ) oad ]

"i>f', with and some going cannot over the triumph. The order needs you; cablegram of Monday from Port an around Augusta are disappearing wst. delivered by carriers at free delivery of- nlBb in lbs fOlr..to1 brick bui:Ws t f ( f -

make u much money u company they could before it wants your aid and your influence. It Prince, Usyti. says that an attempt at I he two-story frame house that stood enihe aces with semi.w th Urooklyo tompuy. ailj

if these demands desires the encouragement your presence revolution was made there on May 28th. I [ Milledgeville\ road i 11 ,gone. U was kMrdermtmiDtbold. that they on Kent avenue, Brooklyn -T -:: :

by the law.making are bodies granted of I and aid would afford.I The uprising was suppressed and forty .he first government building or po. cannot I* delivered by carriers at free ate fire cascaded to tie bagging faadjoiaiog. *-*- _' _
| It is the duty of farmer to become insurgents moved offices unless si.cent stamp is ber.wU$5MeY.
our land. The I I eyery were executed. The affair is meet used in Augusts: and was delivery .
raised come more from great the objections member; it is organized for you; it is said to have been engineered by Legitime 4 the Turp1.o place, three mlJts out affixed to each paper *'V>*"* for dtUvery. machinery la tbe **ggj'* IacIoq j w
the than ignorant of fighting its battles for jour interest i it is pretender to the presidency and leader ol .here it stool a landmark for many CcIokIod Itaidwla seeks to secure was destroyedpf le ftre u4 wsle?. Tj'
objectors other
any source. But I I l m .Hivg its sacrifices for the promotion of the last issurrection. ,/e rs. Another building in Auju ts a change or modification of this rule. loss sItogeiherwilai"'t $1.OC0.V'1" _ _



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I THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE. h prove himself'' worthy the great winds, into .the cove or sheltered Fort Pierce. JAMES PMTCHAIID, President; W. B. BABSKTT, VIC -Prelldent;

honot the 'people of Florida have haven, formed by"the railroad 'em M.
J|VXtKLT: JOBBSAt WtVOTKD TO nil: B :VMOrMKIT <> conferred upon) him.,, bankment. This great mass of de.cayln'g Mr. Hargrove and family left here for INDIAN RIV irSTATE

or THK IKDIAH JUTE AXO The India vegetation, after lying for a Lake Worth last Friday. BANK .
LAM: WORTH IJCnOl: {" Rubber World, a Jour few months,is now nal The trade-boat "Sparkle" called hereon
devoted ,
to the rubber trade
advises ,the of Florida decomposition, and .is not only Friday, on her way down the river. (Incorporated under the taws of the State of Florida.)
people to
Office: Washington Avenue, Titusville, extremely obnoxious to those who ,
Indian River, Florida. plentrubber trees. It claim that live Or do business in the neighbor Mr. B. Merriwetber and family have Authorized capital, ,$100,000
the moved into their uew house, on the riverfront
south-east coast of Florida' ir hood, but it is an active menace to Paid up capital, $26,000
admirably adapted to their culture, the health of the
and that town. Hundreds We are glad to see that they are once ..,. Average deposits, $140,000
rubber will
"rtTBtlSHED, EVERY FB1DAY.Mend a grove yielda of dead fish, with here and there a more at work on our church; we hope it .....:-
greater and more certain profit cat or duck, add putridity to the will soon be completed.Mr. .
than the same area planted in Transacts a General

horribly offensive Banking
accumulation, Dickie, of Fort Drum paid us a
At the Tltiwvnie nice M Second- It is
) anges. claimed that the trees
C\a81 MAIl DPoxn. and a condition presents itself visit on Tuesday. He says everything Is Business
begin to pay in seven years, and at which is well calculated to generate looking. very. nice there.
ten will yield a handsome income. an outbreak ctf.xrpllnur favor nr Mr. John Hetherington left for his Ir

TEBM8, Invariably In Advance. The matter Is'one. well worth Inves- other malignant epidemic.f :' The home at Kobe Sound, after an extended L .y _} Largest and Oldest"Bank on the Hirer

I.. Cbeck, Postal Orrler.! or One and Two Cent tigation. horrid odor which startles and visit, having been very sick while here -
1'oeUge Stamps.OM : Mr. Jim Bonnet visit from DIRECTORS
sickens visitors to our town is Na paid us a
Tear...I.M THE advertisement of tax sale is Ten Mile) Creek on Saturday, he says of JAIJ.PnrrCNARD w.B.BABNTTT(President
Ms Months,...............1.00 in ture's warning to our citizens. It everything is looking very dry out there DURKBB tbe National(Vice-FreMdent Rank of Jacksonville')), J n.
now running Brevard National
'Three Month,......... *0> county, as forces itself attention ... Bank of
upon our Jacksonville), W. GBABAM
....,..... ...... well in and W. M.
tlllOj\'le Coprr eofloat as a number of other portions and if energetic Mr. J. Tyler has still a large force of Bnowir. .
iK not
&e any Address i&adai rrepald measures are hands his I thinkhe
of the State, and yet it is ve. working On place. CORRESPONDENTS
that to abate the nuisance, the intends making It one of the prettiest Seaboard National Bank of New York and
ry probable there will be no authorities will not be able Indian River National Bank of Jacksonville 20
SUtor,..... WALTER 8. GRAHAM.' to plead places on
tate-Edltor&Manager,....C. H.WALTON.TO time more it tax is: sales.impossible At to the present surprise in case of an epidemic.The The Farmers' Alliance will hold a meeting TITUSVILLE, FLT.
say Just river front from the foot of on Saturday and wants all members
what the existing law is with refer; Broad street to the Hotel Indian to be there. They talk of
ence to tax sales. We know that having a picnic the 4th of
on Julywhlch
River is
do not hold onrnelrw pon Ible for the by but few owners,
,"the. ,ions right of to our reject correspondents any communication., bnt we claim during the last moments of the dying and each one is well able to take we shall all look forward to. T. MURPHY
legislature it passed Mr. Bevlll while bath Satur-
something the necessary to abate this taking a ,
Ommonleatlonn publication most be writ- which it designed would become a steps day evening In Taylor's Creek, was .
ton plainly on one able of the paper only,and outrageous nuisance.' The railroad alarmed
greatly by a good-sized alligator
nonliL In every cane, be accompanied by the law, but Just what this measurewas
wrttor'i uldreiw, not neceimarily for company owns, or claims. to own, getting after him. He ran for his gun, Jacksonville
have Machine
,.wUcatlon butas a guarantee of good faith. we been unable to learn. all of the front between the railroad but it was too dark to aim welL
The bill, as first introduced bv
j. Senator Hammond and Main street, or the city A very pleasant' dance was given by Mr.
provided that dock, except sixty feet, and the franK .Bell at nis residence on rive Mile .
ADVERTISING BATES there should be no more land sold owners of the latter portion would Creek, on Friday evening, most of our And
Pas TUB. for taxes, but we understand ,that be glad to their front in citizens going out. Dancing was kept Iron forks
before its put proper up till daylight. All parties said, that it
One ineh..,..10.00 passage numerous pro- sanitary condition. The railroad was the best dance of the year.
Two Inch. MM/ visions struck
were out and
Three Inch... 20.00 new company, whoa by the construction W. T. HARBIN.
)nar inc h,. HIM ones added. It may, as originally of their PUMPS ENGINES
Five Inch,or QnmrterCoI........ anno framed, provide for the abolish- embankment, have created AND MACHINERY OF ALL KINDS
Half Colmmn. MM nuisance from '
Whole Column,.....;...........10000 ment of tax sales, or that provisionmap which we suffer, Notice.
should be Made
compelled to abate it as and Repaired.
fat Six Month,divide the ;yearly rate by twoeyd have been stricken out. It l is far as it exists in front of the The annual excursion of the Indian .
add 10 per cent.. also rumored from Tallahassee r River Sunday School Association has
that property. It may be argued by been postponed, on account of obstacles CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS PIPING ,&
the Governor SUCTION
Tor Three Month, divide the :yearly rate by decided to some of our public spirited citizens in the way of transportation. If terms ,
leer,and add 20 per cent. veto the new revenue law. We that it would be far better to take can be made favoring Its occurrence later ,

Local Advertisements, Ten Cents Per Line have written to the Secretary of the chances of an epidemic in due notice will be given, and ample For Phosphate Dr.eClg1n.g.
lath Insertion. State for copies of the most Important time allowed to prepare'for a pleasant
encourage one, and lose half
trip. M. D. L. DODSOX,
Paid Reading Matter, not in "Local News" tills passed by the legislature, our population rather than use Ch'n. Com. on Transportation. OFFICE fc WORKS:
.hinuis,Fire Cents Per Line Each Insertion. which will be sent us as soon as any

legal Advertisement*at Legal Rate. they have been approved by the semblance to the of railway compulsion company with reference in 134 & 136, East Bay Street, Jacksonville ,Fla

'Governor and Melbourne.Among -
All the. above rate are for one edition per we shall present an the matter, lest that mighty con- 5inn- *net.KT. abstract, showing their intent and cern should retaliate by taking -

mill collected monthly not otherwiseTeed provisions to our readers. steps to annihilate the town. the recent arrivals here is a E. O. BLAIR. D. B. THRASHER.

noon. We. understand. that the board fine boy at Mr. M. M. H. Thurston's
Now that the legislature has ad- of- Aldermen place-another pineapple culturist. Blair &
Check,eta.may be made payable to "Graham a special meeting Thrasher
*Walton. hens our lawyers and many cit last Monday afternoon to considerthe The Farmers' Alliance held a meeting ,

ty Merchant and all other to whom we are will bo, 'very anxious to know question, and passed a resolu. here List Friday. Delegates were present -
indebted will oblige us by presenting their bill Just what changes have been made tion requiring the several property county.Mr.from. nearly all the branches in the PRODUCE :BROKERS

tae lit of every month for prompt settlement.. in the laws. Several important owners between the Indian River Ingraham's place
presents a scene
bills have been framed, but we Hotel and the railroad dock to of great activity. Mr. Glbba, with a I
Address all communication to know them only by their title, and place their front in a good sanitary force of men, Is applying fertilizers and Commission & Distributing Merchants

EAST COAST ADVOCATE, can do no more than guess at their condition within five days after be- planting slips.Another ,
provisions.: The railroad commis- ing served with a copy of the reso sale of property on the south 163 WEST BAY STREET
TrroivaLB, TLORIPA. Hide Is that of W. W. Brothers to John JACKSONVILLE FLA.
sion has
Po 0.Box,44. been abolished, but at the lution. Whether this edict of the J. Player, about two acres In the colored ,
same time several statutes have Council will be disregarded or not settlement.The P. O. Box, 761.

Farmer's Alliance. been enacted, calculated to hold remains to be seen. Of course if St. Augustine ran over to East ,

railway companies' in check and the railway company should refuse Melbourne three times last week, landing,: ORANGES AND PINEAPPLES
TKusvlllo Lodge of the Farmers al prevent extortionate charges and I to:abate the nuisance in front of twenty-five tons of bone meal and a lot
liance meets rcgnlarly on the first ,and discrimination ,but until their of potash salts A 'SPECIALTY.
third we can premises, ,would be usehs] "
of each ,
Court Saturdays HOUHO. Visiting member month of at the the examine these'now laws in full it for the other owners to< take any the Mr.lots L.he D. Lockwood recently purchased' been cleaned having Consignments of all kinds of r Fruits, Vegetables, and Produce'Solicited .:.,u ..

order are Invited to attend. will be Impossible to understandthe action, for the greatest stench 'thoroughly, and we expect to see It LIBERAL ADVANCES '
present status of railroads and arises from the frontage of the turned into a arden soon.Mr. MADE. PROMPT RETURNS. ,

shippers and their rights under the railway company. JI\!!. T. Hogg Is expected hereon References: National Bank of the State of Florida; W. n. Sharpe, SI1a.rpeIJ'T.; V.
Omt new County Board of Health, new statutes. The same is true of Whether the council will have Wednesday of this week. He arrived in Moore, Eden; Wells & Sons, Plant City, etc. 12jun

thanks to the condition of the river the usury law. Money lenders and the sentiment of our citizens 'to la New York In time to secure an attack of -

,front at Titusville, have an oppor. bankers will be anxious to study support them in taking active steps must grippe return, and to his the physicians South to live.say that he J"--o_ :I;" LE Ge:

tunlty to prove their- usefulness. its provisions and penalties, so as to compel the railway company to The Indian River Sunday School Association .,

Will they imitate the example of to map out a program, of evasion abate the nuisance, is a question.If holds Its annual picnic at,East ,
tlte late lamented railroad commls.alon. that will enable them to set this not, then, in the absence of Melbourne on the 16th. Four or five WHOLESALE

and earn the reputation of unwise statute at naught. A few energetic action on the part,of the hundred persons are expected to be present GROCER ,

being more ornamental than useful of those who are highly interestedin town, it would be quite proper:tot The warehouses .
new at East
? these matters can procure certified the county Board of Health *.aj bourne Flog
are completed, the bulkhead enlarged Tobacco and :
copies of the new laws from I soon as it is organized, to get after and re-planked track laid to the Fancy Butter Specialties
Now comes the news from Cocoa I the Secretary of State by paymentof the railway company with a sharp I fields and a new truck car makes {the ,

that her principal business men a small fee, but the general public stick, and if Messrs. Sanders and handling of fertilizers much easier. / ,

have refused to give anything substantial will have to wait until Augustor Cock hutt and their colleague, who Our merchants are doing a good business S.G i: 'Oi. W : LA.. '
boats from y
; and down the _
in the way of encourage. Seprember before the snail-like is not yet named, should prove unequal are here every day up,for supplies. Every river
ment to the new railroad from State printing establishment gets to'the occasion, there is 'no few days one of the merchant from one

Oviedo. Might we venture to Jnnfrft ready to issue the acts of 1891. doubt the State Board of Health of our neighboring settlements brings In BUTTER, & CHEESE in Cold Storage.The
of Brother Andrews why the We will live for three months 'and will assume Jurisdiction of ,the the eggs he has collected and finds ready .
oi his u .. sale for them.Growers .
people particular ballwacK be liable to punishment for violating .
matter u '
ur oner is appealed Only Cold Storage In South
of Florida.
pines are hustling
have assumed such a non-progress the provisions of Jaws we know to. One thing is certain: If"we ing ground and setting out plants prepar, and Correspondence respectfullysolicited.
he attitude toward that concern nothing about. Justice demands wish to avert widespread sickness the happy possessors of bearing plantsare .

which was to do so much for that that the State perform the perfectly and probably a malignant epidemic watching, quotations and getting s

particular vicinity. Is it because practicable task of placing the the extremely dangerous and ready to ship. Mr. Thurston has 3,700 TOBACCOS :

they think it assured, and coming new laws in the hands of the public disgusting condition which exists' slips planted on as the rapidly ground as possible., which are being. 29iny.JmoCONTRACTS SOAPS & PEARLINE.J

*ajwayfSPKAKINO on or before the first day of July at the river front from Broad street Melbourne has been so well represented ,

next. south, will have to be remedied at In the ADVOCATE: lately that your correspondent -
festive and mu. once, and the ADVOCATE: is in favor deemed his notes unneces

ideal mosquito it has been esti THE RIVER FRONTAt of immediate and effective actionit sary.pleased[to We hear are, from nevertheless Melbourne., always-ED. EAST COAST TRANSPORTATION COMPANY.Schedule f1

mated by an individual who has a matters not where the axe may ADVOCATE.] We still have our daily

fondness for figuring, that if the fall. mall, and are apt to retain it till '02, at '-
)human voice was powerful in _. Titusvllle, from the Indian i least. ...... 9 II' .
_.. .. pro-
laver iiotei southward is
l'Ornon to me weight of Its possessor property Wales Shows Grit. Several sales of real estate have been
as compared with the a thing of beauty. The white made lately, among them being: W. N. I
mosquito beach and the of the Camp to S. F. Gibbs, five and
the citizens of New York Chicago rippling It would have been one of the easiest eighty-
one-hundredtha acres at East
could hold conversation with waves as they break upon the things In the world for' the Prince of just south of Cocoanut Point
tfteir friends in Paris or London shore, and the fresh pure breeze, Wales to have remained away from the S. F. Gibbs to Elizabeth Thurston, same
without difficulty. What as it sweeps across the bay, are a notorloua baccarat trial, which was tried as above; W. Rogers to Mrs. A.Thomas,
ear-splitting any world would an source of delight to those whose last week in London, for his Royal Highness lot on Melbourne avenue; W. N. Camp
we homes front on the river bank. to Ira Crosby, lot on Melbourne avenue. In effect June 16
in, under such circumstances. could have gracefully pleaded sick-: 1891.
Itwas Rev. H. D. Lane delivered his Steamer J.
first W.
Another picture, however, presents ness, and could have had bit sermon Sweeney leaves Melbourne Mondays and
wise testimony Thursdays at
a Providence that limitedto In Melbourne on Sabbath morning Rockledge, at 8 a. m.; Titusville, at 12 5 a. m.
the volume and power of the human itself when we inspect the river taken by a commission. Mr. Lane recently graduated from the Returning, leaves New Smyrna Tuesdays arrives and at New Smyrna at 6 p. m. ,
voice. front from the dock of the Indian But, with a level-headedness he has Oberlin, 0., Theological Seminary, and rifle, at 12 m.; Rockledge, at 330 p. m., and arrives at Fridays at 5 L m.; Titer
River Hotel northward as far as rarely shown before, the heir apparentto has accepted a call to act as pastor to R. P. PADDISON, Melbourne at 8 p. m.
the Congregational society here. An Informal o. F. PAT>m nv
Broad street. The high winds of the throne of Great Britain General Manager. f
Ir Governor reception will be given him at 0.F.&P. A.
Fleming would veto the past winter have killed the In the -
High Court of Justice at Temple the residence of Miss Marsh on Wednes-
the bill abolishing the railroad grass in the river, and had the effect Bar like any other witness, and neither day evening of this week. Just as sure as hot weather comes Market I

commission and the usury law. in of sweeping the shore as clean expected nor received any better treatment The reoorted ftftl* of the -Latham there will be more or leas bowel com- I Review.
fact, about all the measures if the work we see, is denied. On two "
passed as had been done by than was accorded to other busy different plaint in this vicinity. Every person, (Reported by G.:S.
by the legislature during its closIng man. At the foot of Broad street occasions the sale was mentioned to the and especially families ]
men summoned to testify. writer ought to have Nxw TOM
by four different and June 8th
responsible 1881
days, which remain unsigned, however, the railway company had Thus what some reliable medicine at hand for The
ho was regarded aa. a quicksand parties, who were informed by the gen Instant market for the week firm
would, by a single step, becomeone constructed an embankment and for his princely feet, has turned to tleman himself, with all the particulars use in case it is needed. A 25 or tomatoes, choice carriers opens selling from on
of the most esteemed and pop. extended the street some distance rock. Wales never stood on safer aa to the club house,etc. He must have 60 cent bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, $2 to 12.75; crates, from $1.50 to $2.75.
ular Governors the people of Flor. from the shore This extension of been playing a hoax on them. We strive Cholera and Diarrhaa Remedy is! Just I Outlook favorable for immediateship-
ida have ever known. Up to the the road bed served ground than to-day. showing obedience to give facts, and not fancies. what you ought to have and all that you I vnAnta. frn.- --.-._-.- .*-.. ".,-___ .____L ,. '
breakwater f
as a to the laws of England by The WUWU neeo, even for selling from
meetingan Cleo stopped at East Melbourne the most severe 75c to $1.75 per cratte.
present time, the mention of the and the river shore for several unpleasant and possible dangerous last week, with Superintendent Bent, and dangerous cases. It U the best, the Bean and beets will not pay longer to
name of Fleming has hot been cal- hundred yards southward, being public duty like a man, lie has won General Passenger Agent Ackerly, Genera most reliable and most successful treatment demand Florida. Choice egg plant la
mated to provoke spontaneous en. sheltered from the heavy northersof favor where he needed it most Freight Agent Beckwith, Auditor known and is pleasant to take. at $5 to $8 per cratT Squash,
tbusiasm, but by the exercise of last winter, the grass was left the --among i Starke and Mr. Cartledge, telegraph operator For sale by DIxon & Gray 17-4t $1.50 to t2.00 per bbl. cnte., Onions,
the veto without common people. for the company, were passenger $1.75 per bushel crate, and market firm.
power hesitancy undisturbed while the large quantities If the eldest son of the Queen bold to They remained long enough to visit the Fancy large, well colored peaches wanted -
er stint, and by granting a certificate which were dislodged from this course he will not strike breakers fields of pines on Mr J. H. Phillips' and Pictures 4 for Mcta. at Woodward' crates. 11 to $1.50; carrier, $3 to
to Senator Call without fur. the southern portion of town were during the baccarat storm. Jacksonville Mr. Edward Ingraham's places, thence tent, Titusville. Picture of a whole $2.50. Early ahlpmants of Le Conte.
tier ado, Frank Fleming would carried northward by south-east taking in Melbourne and the lower river, family for A ts. Also fine collection of pears and ripe watermelons will meet

\ Uttropolit. returning on the Sebastian Wednesday. Florida view for sale 8tf. .8c.with to ready 14c. Pineapples selling from


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As a deed to humanity, and possibly (SUMMER RESORT,) The Pioneer Dealer In ,
Correspondence. the means of saving some valuable life,

Northwestern the communication Journal of Dr.of; Brown Medical to Science the- Sewanee, Tenn. GENERAL MERCHANDISE, Incorporated, !Feb. 88, 1891.

We do not hold' ourtelvet retpontbtt for ought to be made known universally Eau Gallie. II. HANSON, Manager. '. ,

\ the opinions our correspondentt. In which he says that the tincture of
iodine Is a specific for the bite of vcni- UNDER MANAGEMENT OF MRS. I[ keep In Stock a Choice variety of TITUSVILLE FLA. "

moue snakes He says be has tried it in JOE II. SMITH, OF JACKONVILLE. GROCERIES ,
Usury Laws. ,
many cases during the last twelve: ;years,
and never once failed. Dr. Drown applies CROCKERY,TOILET ARTICLES, ETC COMPLETE STOCK OFBRUSHES 't ", ,

East Coast Advocate: the tincture in full strength to the NOW OPKN" Apply for Terms. And will Sell as Low as the Lowest. MOULDIXA8 J< ',' ,,0 y. u

wound, and gives one drop in water, or Call and examine Stock 18 : ,
my '
I note in late
a issue of the I' *
your paper even more, every five minutes, until Improvement Special Effortt Mide to Entertain TURNED WORK, PAINTS, ''d
announcement that the legislature of takes place then lessen until i r
Florida had in contemplation the pass- recovery. G/( 8t8. J. E. ENDER & CO., LATH, SUING I.KS: FARM TOOLS. .;. ,'I

age of an act naming 8 per cent as the For Sale. Refer to Capt. Joe Smith, Titusville. ""t7V'L.tohma.1l: .ors BRACKETS PICKETS", SASH, DOOM, 'I''

legal rate of interest, and, as I under- 5jun3mo. AND HOUSE BOAT SKIFF LUMBER, NURRRBT SUPPLIES: ,. l : .
Two pairs thoroughbred "full regis- !
stand the matter making it unlawful to MANUFACTURING BRICK LIME Ftss Blucs BUILDERS' '
tered" Essex Peters' stock Deca-
pigs; 1I'i
ask a higher rate on real estate loans, W 1 H{ GLEASON & CO "" I
tur, Ga. C. N. MimI, Mlms, Fla. 10'0 Titusville, Fla. HOUSES FRAMED TO ORDER. i
even if the borrower, to obtain the mon- _
I HARRISON BROTHERS' MIXED PAINTS, unequalled for beauty and
ey, would be willing to pay a higher rate. non W. V. Lucas, Ex-State Auditorof ATTORNEYS IN LAND CASES. Repairing of Fine and Complicated qualities Color Cards and prices
on application.
This measure is on a par with one declaring Watches( ; setting of Diamonds and other j'
Iowa "1 have used Chamber- -
: that, as potatoes are required by says, Precious Stones. Agency for the "Aermoler,>* the beat wind Engine max!*. '
nearly every laborer's family, they shall lain's Cough Remedy in my family and TITLES TO SPANISH GRANTS EX- Alligator and Hog Tusks Carved and -- --'

be sold under no circumstances higher have no hesitation in saying It is an excellent Mounted for cane-heads, brooches, etc. Professional Cards. '
than twenty-five cents per pushel. It Is remedy. I believe all that is AMINED AND PERFECTED. Shell Jewelry made.In J. M. Sanders

hardly necessary for me to point out S. II. Ray II now building, oppositecorner ti
claimed for it. Persons afflicted by a Abstracts Furnished Growls .. lUlBRINR.
that very few potatoes would find their and Re-Surveys from POllto ice. ) WALTKB 8.GRAItAM. Dealer in

way to Florida households. No man cough or cold will find it a friend. There Prompt attention to all orders by mall BOBBINS A GRAHAM,

would raise them to sell, and no outsider is no danger from whooping cough when Obtained. I or otherwise. 1L DRY GOODS NOTIONS

would send them to Florida when he this remedy Is freely given. 60 cent bottles Defective Homestead and Pre-Emption ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, ,

could get a dollar per bushel in Georgiaor Entries Corrected and Pefocted. TITUBVII.LE, llrovard Co., Florida.P. CROCKERY
some other State. Money will follow for sale by Dixon & Gray. 174t HODGES & GODFREY i '
O. lime,260. SADDLERY
the same law. The State of Oregon not Claims Adjusted before the Department ,,
Will practice In all llieconntlcsof the Sevrnth
many years ago, passed a law compellingthe Malabar. at Washington. Manufacturers of Circuit and 'In the Supreme| (',,"rt. 8wolal| fa- STATIONERY ,
loaner of moneys on real testate to Correspondence solicited. 16 lllti,. for Kxamlnlng and rfeolli\n Mud FAMILY MEDICINES i

pay tho taxes on the property. The Yellow Pine Lumber Title 1'nrreniHinilenr nollclteil from Claim. GARDEN SEEDS. '
EAU CALLIE FLA. ant and Heirs to Hpanlsh Orant
smart borrower said, "Now we've got! Mr. G. W. Washburn will soon begin CHOICE
the capitalist let him our taxes." shipping pineapples.Mrs. Money t
; pay
That was all very well for the loans then Capt. Fox is lying very ill at her Pine & Cypress LumberOF Orange Box ROUGH Heart A,DRESSED, A SANDERS, HAY, CORN, MAPE& FERTILIZERS,

standing, but when new loans were home in Averill. We hope to hear of >rnlt A Vegetable Crate. GAULUE FINE PATENT FLOUR

made, the capitalist said, "I will not her full recovery soon. Lumber delivered. any part it Indian Riveron ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Oooocv, Tlorida.: ',
ALL KINDS through bill of
lading Anyone rontemplat
loan in your State unless you pay me a Mr. ''II. C. Starck left. again for the ne hulkllnff on the. Kant CoaAt,would do well to Will practice all the Courts of the Seventh
bonus-in a higher rate of interest or by Keys last week lie Intends making twoor ROUGH OR DRESSED. write for price*. The Sawmill In situated on the JudIcial Circuit of t lorldn.P. f
a bonus for me to pay your taxes." A more trips during the season. J.,T. A K. W. It)'., II miles South of l"alatka. O. Dos,235. TITU8VIUJC, FLA. s. W. Rogers
scarcity of money was the result. The Shingles Lath Orange Pineapple Agents t Coooa,E. Billing; Eau 0.111.., Eugene Money Loan. I ,
rate of interest went up, and a large bonus Mr. G. W. Washburn is building anew : Br[ nerd. 6mo'pel DEALER IN CLOTHING

''became the regular -thing. Two house. Well, George, you will soon have I Satsuma liights Putnam co., Fin. .
years later the grave legislators: to use a your cage ready, and we all want to see & Vegetable Packages Soct-OlllO r\n. M. D. L. DODSON dCgjSi Gents, Furnishing Goods, Shoes Hats 1

vulgar expression, "fell all over them- the bird. Caps Umbrellas Trunks
selves" in their haste to repeal that law Mrs. H. A. Conkling and (family will 'It will pay parties who contemplate Altree's General Supply StoreIs ,
and interest fell, when plenty of capital leave here to-morrow for East Melbourne building to call on, or address us. Mill SPECIALIST IN OPERATIVE, SURGICAL FINE CIGARS, Etc /

was presented for investment. where she will stop short time, at DeLeon Springs. the place to !Hell' What You Don't Want anit Jt MECHANICAL DENTISTRY The only house In town making a specialty
As your editorial remarks, and as ]I In hopes of recovering her health, whichat Orders promptly filled. Ilujr What You !><>. of Gents. Furnishing Goods.

here reiterate, the rate of interest depends present Is very poor' She will be accompanied HAltDW ARK, Paints, Oils, Fanning Implements TrrUBYILLE, FLORIDA. Drop In and examine my stock, and I
on the supply of and demand for by the Misses Starck. We Chandler & Landers, ,Builders' Material,Musical Instrument, compare prices. Cash customer

money, and its worth for loaning purposes hope Mrs. Conkling will be greatly bene- P. O., TilE SPRINGS, FLA. FURNITURE, and the New PROCESS VAPOR D. L. WILLS mand every consideration competitors coin:4:
follows the same law which makes fitted by her stay down by the sea. STOVE,which Is death to all other. DU claim to confer .

potatoes worth''one dollar to-day, and The entertainment given by our teacher J. L. Casper Agent, Tropic, Fla. I I29mJ.'Imo PHYSICIAN A SURGEON Call when convenient First door '
one dollar and ten cents next'' week. U at the school house on the evening of
it is justifiable to pass a law declaringit ; the 20th was a splendid success, in spite A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania south of ADVOCATE office.

unlawful for the loaner of money to of the Inclemency of the weather. There ; and an experience of twenty .
ask the borrower to to higher years In practice, offers his services to .
agree a were recitations and dialogues by the Q wS '' sl
rate of interest than that designated in school children, and a necktie party was M.d300E ,. the citizen of Tltusvlllu and vicinity. DIXON & QUAY, ., ,

the law it would be perfectly justifiablefor on the program. The baskets were auctioned S I orricK: OVER: j, w. HOORM: co. Pcalari <
the legislature to pass a law declaring -I at eleven p'clopk, and was quite a 4 Q'nQ tnemlcals
oIIJ. that all labor'skilled or unskilled, feature of the evening's enjoyment. The -I f p, } ly LA RUE P ELY, Drugs, ,. Perfumery), Tolld

shall be paid for, under no circumstances, Smith Bros were present, and furnished I jJ1 Articles Fine
at a higher rate than one dollar for eight sweet muslo on their violins. When the "--1. 1tIS': ';: ..J JUSTICE OF TilE PEACE 17TH DIST Soaps Stationery), :

hours' work. What a hue and cry there time came to say adieus, all'expressed I u Notary Public for the State at Large. JEWELRY,
would be from the laborer! He wouldbe themselves as having enjoyed the even- Contractor and Hullder of over SO yean' sine.lence. SPECTACLES A '
perfectly justified In saying, "If I furnish Ing very much, and hoped to be presentat k4mc. ; Natural rinUh' a Hpeclaltjr.MKLDOURNK SEWING MACHINES."..

the capitalist with skilled labor that another such party in the near future. 5' 1 f FLA. Guns, Pistols, .. and
out of his -
enables him to realize more Watches
Machinery Repaired. Clock .
capital investment than If I were unskilled }
Chamberlain's Eye and Skin 8Ge and Jewelry a
William 1'titoli Specialty.
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it is only right that I should be ,
paid more for my time of work; that is, Ointment. H !!8:8'o : Drayman.Hauling School Books and School SnppUef.
I should receive a share of his extra profits A certain core for Chronic Sore Eye, m done at reasonable rates. Attends Subscriptions taken at publisher' price .

gained through my skilled labor." Totter Salt Rheum Scald Head Old bq! ;; all departing, and meets all arrlvng for Newspapers Ilooks, Magazine., etc. t' ''

Yet, the capitalist is requlrfd to loan his Chronic Sores, Fever Sores Eczema, a ') trains. Prescriptions carefully compounded ki .

capital to every one at a certain given Itch Prairie Scratches .Sore Nipplesand Qo Hear what the people about this store Orders left with O. B. Rumph or at any time, day or night.Patent .v.
rate of interest, whether the borrower, Hies. It la cooling and soothing. A. .DVOOATK office will receive prompt '
make from Mr.Altne Pear Blr-W*cheerfully testify
by his skill, is going to more = I attention.
Hundreds of case have been cured by the admirable qualities of the Mew fruoea Drugs"
this capital loaned, than other borrowers ...
Uaaollna) Store. We have hail one orer fix .
in a different sections of the country.In It after all other treatment bad failed PERFECTEDCRYSTAL month,and cannot point to a Single fault. .A.. Fxroaolxox

other words, _according to the proposed It I U put op In 23 and 60 cent boxes. LENSES Titu.villeMa;e, 111II1.K. C.A M.A. Bcriuigsour. TITUSVILLE'FLA., Medicines '* .
law, skilled labor expects to snare
proportionately in the profits of the cap Town Ordinance. I find a great saving of MOline In the New Keeps a full .Wooden Metallic and
Ola4b ISsA putty/. Process over the old. It keep me la a perpetualstate 1 i
italist while the capitalist Is required, Elegant Ferfunery and Toilet Articles
IT ORDAINED, That no person shall deposit of wonder 104 delight.
under circumstances to share in the BE Comes Cues and Casket
no on any of the streets or sidewalks Mre.lllduef WUlmr.I .
extra profits of skilled labor. within the Town of TltnsvUle or any public TUnaTtUe, May 5th,, 18S.1. Funerals attended If desired. All orders Kept constantly on band at' 'I
If a man desires to borrow capital and square,aDplnp of any storm, dwelling., am delighted with the New Process Vapor promptly executed, and at reasonable f
is willing to pay 8 per cent., he does BO office,ahopt or bouUu, any bottle, tin can., Store. It la more .than I rate. Embalming done. :33M.
,hair,chip, peel,.10)> J. !B.
in that he will with paper 1..traw1wuhlnp inn.S' 8. Wile Screven'sDRUG
the full confidence refuse or garbage of any kind TltuSTflle,na. May 8th, jj
the aid of this capital make not only their duty to put any or all accumulation a* H. 3EH.lTiTi.oll.
8 cent. of the amount bor- above specified. In a barrel or other tillable receptacle STORE. '
per per year
r'I rowed, but eventually return to the i I morning, at on T Tuesday a. m.,at,which Tbnrday boor and inch Saturday accumulation EDEN BRICKLAYER & PLASTERER y xi

loaner the principal sum in fulL Shouldhe *ihall be removed by scavenger cart. Also the latest Newspapers, Periodical -
agree to pay 10 per cent., it 1* with Any person violating this ordinance ahaU,on
conviction, pay a fine of CA.OO and not to exceed Titusville Fla. *, etc.
the same expectations. f:D.OO,or be imprisoned in the common jail or J. E. ENDER & ,
Why not insert a clause in the act, ealabooM 6 days or not to exceed 28 days. railed CO. Work contracted for on any part of: .
certain capitalists to loan May Mth 1891. K. L.Baujnr, tern. PINEAPPLE I
compelling J.W. KOOSBS clerk. I Have exclusive: sale of these celebrated indian River. 8 STOP AT GEORGIANA
-.pneyln no State but Florida? Then, Approved May 14th.1M1. Glasses in Titusville. ;
f safely, capital would be bottled up in a lt06' B.B.Wttsos,mayor.
3', convenient form for the borrower. Such VACLKNXB. KKI.LAH UOOBK. Jno McAllister And See

an act, however, would be unconstitutional Town Ordinance. ,
The only Manufacturing Optician lathe PLANTATION.
and consequently in un-American, rr OEDAJJTED, That,whereat the heavy South, Atlanta Ga. Peddler are Contractor for :F. C. Allen
result capitalist
. and would many BE
growth of scrnb on many of the vacant not supplied witH these good ebOmo ,
I leaving the State if it were constitutional. Iota in the built op portion of the Town of Tltosville T. 33. R.ioharde (
I 1* detrimental to the public health and a Artesian Wells Dealer in
'If the farmers and gardners of Florida moors of danger to the property of oar ctt....... C. J. HECTOR Eden "
of fir Therefor Rlier florida.N".A. ;
by favoring the Dread be it ,
will move into Dutches Co., New York ordained by the Town Council of the Town of Stoics Tin !are Hollo' !are
[:and take up farms and garden, they Titusrllle that any uncleared lot or lot within Dealer in General Eau Gallic, Fla. x t'
can borrow the necessary Capitol at 6 the built op portion of Town eonatltute anulaanc .1T1\iIA.N'S pu-Omo
*.' Therefor*be it further ordained thatIt J1lIerohand.1s'eHelbowne:
per cent interest and even less. "But, hall be unlawful for the owner of any lot or NEWSPAPERCSubscripion 6aept0mar Wooden-ware Stode-!are
I hear them say 'rwe cannot make much lot* within the built up portion of Town to neg Fla. ,
money at farming or gaidenlng in New leer,to clear such bit and place them In a condition I

York state, while owing to certain cli- for filth that or refuse will nut or permit to be their a source..* a of* a danger cover Agency*c W.N.HEN.DRY, HEAVY SHELF HARDWARE

matte conditions we can In Florida ifwe from fire, and It I* mad the duty of the Town ,
can only get the capital to start Manual of vacant lot ID Hats Shoes Clothing Dry Goods Dealer In
here have it in a nuUhell supply the built Town to clear and cleanup ,
you the tame, and upon their failure to do to TRACE CHAINS "
:md Demand rule the trade in money within one week after receiving such notice be Just Arrived. Splendid Good Tho Pioneer Agency. General Merchandise ,.
In other commodities.A hall report the matter to the Mayor whoa duty BUNG BORERS Ir 1 '.
ordinance.The For term and .
sample copies addres
omf loans in Florida but he says that I built up portion of the Town mentioned DRUGS, GROCERIES, GRAIN DRY GOODS, X EUZ1tB: '
if tho act making 8 per cent the legal In thl ordinance ia denned* included within Of all kinds; and in fact a full line of C. H. NAUMAN, Oht1tOD. ,
rate and prohibiting a higher rate under the following boundarle,to wit Beginning onIndian NOTIONS The Best Made for this Climate .
everything. Call and examine. 11
River at the B e corner of the DeJeep1neGrant TrrusvnxK: Brevard Fla. .
any circumstance becomes a law, he will run thence westerly &Iooa'theua Une
leave hU money In Oregon and Washington of laid Grant to tile cent,. of Third tnt a.berm FORWines aapWtoo STATIONERY, And One Thousand and On Other +II 1
where he is getting I 9 and 10 percent on the map of Jojraenllle, thence north (' I Thing that You are likely to Want ..
along the centre of Third street to the north Choice Groceries
There are many more just like in*of laid plot of JoynervUl thence, run west Stove here. When you weal '
him. If this bill become a law the result 10 Canaveral afreet, thence north along th* Buy your
would be so much leas money in circulation cent, of Canaveral street to Broad street thence Spirits e DAMS, FLA. a new Fire' Back or Grate,Top Bar or ,

in Brevard county and the rest eaat north along along Broad De Buto Street street to De to Boto Coleman itreet avenn thence "1x-'tip. Tk'BIEYC Ita, Damper come right here tot It, a* duplicate .' ';

of Koridx: No one would be so "badly thence Coleman avenue to Indian River are kept constantly CO
sold1' a*the small farmer and gardener thence south along laid river to the place of 3' tR13 F.A.. M, part .'
laid bonndarie Beers: yrt GOOD LINK OF
who baa laC o mean with which to make a w hirdUattendingg to the centra of ail M4 U hand: also a

.tart"*," tnet upon which they abut,and the clearing $)1'LOzILg ona Indian River and CLASS GROCERIES :+
The very prosperity of a developing provided for In this ordinaac la intended to in- ,ked' I1I Accepted ) SSasiSat FIRST 5:
Und the treat or roadway ia front of laid CIGARS ETO Moon, '
country depend in a great measure upon on the I'1DAr
oUAny I te in Miuoato Hall, la the Indian Arriving and For Said at ,., r
the admission. of capital from withouther person failing to comply with the pro 730: P. 111-. Constantly
border, and to deliberately bar- vbiona of thin ordinance after due notices QUALITY Wmbtate tank building Tltu Moderate Price .w.
riers its Introduction would be suicidal provided herein hall upon conviction be flood .
up to tot tea than BV*dollar Shy dot- GO TO yille. 13.
indeed. Attract capital and down ton raised. regular omal )' 14.1881. I IIe. Visiting brethren are eordI llllarltedto
will go the interest rate. L.BBAOV,chairman pro...... I IA&teet" Losley & Renaker. iii attend. FitI
Joni AspnrwAU. .W.BooIB,clerk I WALTIS 8. GJUUJI,W. M. F. C. ALLEN, Georgian,
Yay loth
Barrytown N. Y., 1128, 1891. APf.1'OftCt:! IIII/It..Jl WIUOJI'.blot. I' Families Supplied. .Jours LzJDxLL. Secret/ .

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able exfilbiU. Alabama now hits a great mults, and providing for checking wad
MEMORIAL SHAFT DKSCBtnBOH c lIP UOVtrMtRT. ALABAMA NEWS. many factories, and most of them should BUDGET suppressing the same; amending a"ar.t
The monument stand In the southern' be properly represented. (prescribing the few of sheriffs ia this
a portion 'of the capital enclosure, the Tablet of E1.v.lUn. state to amend aa set entitled an act to '
N HONOR OF MISSISSIPPI'S Mature having been donated by the leg' Happenings of Interest all Over From an article which appeared In the Of Newsy Notes andPointed establish the municipility of Key West r rand
.for the purpose. The site a Advertiser the following provide for Its sovernmnt and :
CONFEDERATE DEAD beautiful one, and in full ti view of the the State. table Montgomery of attitudes are given of the following Paragraphs.Fire scribe 'its jurisdiction and power;Pl"to'to :
principal street of the city. The heightof railroad stations. The figureswere regulate the inspection and sale of bed :

the monument from the ground line Major M- C. Burke,late state auditor obtained by Dr. J. F. Johnston, of at Liverpool on' Wednesday, did and to repeal chapter 3613, approved liar!
Jnvelled( at Jackson--Meeting to tho soldier on top is sixty feet and of Birmingham, baa been appointergeneral Montgomery/ from Mr. Cram, and are $12.000 damage. 1889; to provide for the collection ol

of Veterans. four It stands upon a feet solid concrete claim agent of the Louisville and officially correct. The base line Is tide The new depot of the P. C. & P. at taxes assessed under and in pursuance of

-- and two feet and eight twenty-four tucker thick.square The Nashville, to succeed Captain Whitfield, water in Pen acola bay' Montgomery; Ocala, to take the place of the one destroyed an act to provide for the assessment and
The United Confederate Veterans meat three platform stone bases are built of deccated, with office in Montgomery 103 feet; Fort Decatur, 812; Chchaw; by fire, is to cost $10,000.It collection of taxes on railroads and the'
Jackeon, hiss, Tuesday. Almost white limestone from the quaries of The Ladies' Memorial Association, of 232; Opelika, 812; Summit 847; is understood that the Ocean Steamship properties thereof, for the years 1875 '
'every housu was bandsomly decorated Bowling Green, Ky. Each is eight Montgomery, has decided to give an en- Coosadd, 17 ; Elmore, 199; Deatsville, company will make no appointment 1861, ot to which there was noassessment '
'with ,nniionnl and confcdarate color inches thick, and the lower one Js tertainment on the 18th of June in aid of 800; Mountain Cteek, 642;Verbena, 430; of a solicitor,,recently. male vacant by of the ; to legalize the Incorportol '
*. Cannon were fired and the good twenty-four feet Tong by*twenty feet the fund for the proposed monument for Cooper's,, 458; Clanton, li06;Lomax, 023; the promotion of B. R. PrIce"to the town of Orange Park.To
pcopla <>f Jackson did their best, and wide. Oa the north and south sides of the late Jifldrson Davis. The same dale I I Jemison, 700; Clear Creek, 540; Calera, Florida agency of the company. Florida OrtTftBlco.The .
vied with each other to make the old tbe die there is an inscription on raised has been fixed for similar entertainments 602; Whiting, 653; Siluria, 404; Pelhmn, Construction work the Waycross Fruit Exchange ha f
Helena 400 Brock's 5C4 Oxmoor, on sued a circular letter by order of its .
427 ;
'soldiers feel at home General John B. marjle, extending two-third across the throughout the south. ; ; Air Line has been resumed near St. Mary's" ident
Gordon commander General monument these words 032; Birmingham, 692; Blount Springs, I and signed by (t secretary, which'
grand: ; containing : The first brigade encampment ever held terminus; About ten miles have been will be distributed the
Kirby: Snylh: lieutenant general Com "To the Confederate Dead of Missis by the Alabama state troops will be signalized 434; Pullman, 802; Milner's 740; traded towards but lIone'of among principal
Waycrosi, in the
: ., 008; Flint, 608; Decatur, I orange growers Sta'e. 1 he let
On the and sides
Handing eastern department, and General sippi. west east are the of of
by a '
presence tile work is done the contrac- ,
company being by ter other
Pulaski 043 Columbia things : "Your
Athens 709 among
Gabbclf lieutenant general commanding tbe doorways, about seven feet high and artillery detailed from the regular 577} ; ; says attention
be trans.Mtssisstppt; department, together two feet eight (inches in width. Curving The order to that effect has been issued 046; Franklin, 019; Nashville, ors.On is respectfully called to the fol.lowing -
rith their staffs were all present. The to the outside and securely fastened to from the secretary of war at Washing 411; Gallatin, 493; Franklin, 601; Bowling the Silver Spring and Gulf railroad ; resolution which was unanimously!
the door Green, 469. Cave City, 013; Mun- considerable grading has been done, extending adopted at the annual ;
invention wus called to order at 11 jams are heavy vault doors, of ton, to the governor of Alabama. A bat-
('clock a. m. Governor Stone m ido a malleable galvanized iron. Each of the tery of artillery has been detailed from fordsville, 570; Elizabethtown, 683; from near Homosasia to Brooks- Florida Fruit Exchange, held in Jacksonville
irilllnnt upccch of welcome. General doors is provided with locks, so that the Fort Barancas Fla. : Muldraughts. 757; Colesburg, 425; Louisville Tille, Fla., thirty-five miles. Surveys : 'Resolved, That the Florid
Gordon replied in a few, but eloquent vaulted chamber containing Mr. 432; Meridian, 319; Cuba, 200; from BrooksTille along the gulf coast, Fruit Exchang recognizing gret
,l"'Ottl., and called the organization to Davis and inscriptions can be vine They are getting up a boom at Ualeys- York, 140; Livingston, 125; Eutaw, 170; about thirty-five miles, to Anclote river, strong and permanent
order, And routine business was taken up. secured from intrusion. Eachof Wilson county, through which the Tuskaloosa, 102; Woodstock, GOO; Jones- have been made. union of the orange growers, hereby
There WAS a little confusion as to some of these doorways is further ornamented Birmingham circulars and Sheffield: railroad runs boro. 506r Trussville, 683; Springville! Following are latest New York quota- recommends that the exchange take immediate -'

"delegates being properly accreditedbut and protected by an arched portico great flaming things the announce railroads the that coming to 708; Attalla, 552; Collinsville, 719 ; tions in produce: Beets, $1 to $1.60 per step to procure the organization
it WAS decided; by the committeeon with canopies. Crowning tho arch of cross there ,the wealth all around are etc. Brandon, 877; Fort Payne. 804; Valley crate; cucumbers, $1.75 to $3 per crate; in every practicable locality, of local
credentials that the only credentials/ these appears the monogram, O. 8. A. etc. It i* ,announced that is, Head, 1058; Eureka, 900; Sulphur wax beans, $1.29 to $3 per crate; round unions of the grower Such local
''needed. were that a mm should have (Confederate States of America), raisedin to be the teat of naleysville Springs, 888; Rising Fawn, 778; Dade- beans, $1 to $1.73 jr crate; squash, $1 unions, while being independent
.erred through tho war and_ was_ not. a heavy, bold letters and gilded. They that will be county created by the a Axt few legislature county mont, 813; Trenton, 920; Chattanooga, to $1.25 per crate; tomatoes, carriers, within themselves, shall act as aux
acserter. General eyke, of Columbus, form the approach to the vault, imme called "Kolb." > 665. These tables present interesting $1.75 to $2.50; crates, 1.50 to $2.00. larie of the Florida Fruit exchange,
which ho presentedin diately in tbe center of the monument. features to those who have never given .Dodson & McPhie, who have a vineyardtwo be entitled to receive all information
b suitable speech, expressive of the The vault is octagon in shape and bas a The orders from New Orleans for Ala the subject previous'attention. : miles from Haloes City, commenced t j from the exchange which may b
sorrow of the association at tho death of red and white marble floor seven feet bama coal continue to increase. The Col. Herbert'. Uetlrenent. to; clear land in December, 1889, cleared of value to their interests.' *
General W. S. Feathcrstone, and eulogizing two; inches in diameter. In the center is Tirginia and Alabama Coal company The Birmingham Ag-Ilerafd says four acres and set It out In white Niagara This resolution is the outgrowth of an
the dead hero. They were adoptedby the corner, or more appropriately speakng shipped a few days ago over 1,000 tons The card from Congressman Hilary A. grape vines In March, 1890. Now they extended discussion among our members
the convention, which then adjourned ( the center stone was laid with imposing of coal for Greenville. This makes about Herbert, of the Montgomery district, have on the four acres at least one ton relative to the needs of the Orange-grow-
till 0 o'clock to await the report, of the ceremonies three years ago. This 123 cars of a 25,000 ton order already announcing that he would not be a candidate of grapes. This is fourteen months from erg generally. There\ seemed to be a
committee: on resolutions. The rcsolu- stone is of Italian marble, beautifully delivered. The coal Is going forward for re-election was no surprise to the setting. unanimity of opinion as to the importance
tioni adopted endorse the action of the polished, and projects six inches above now over the Georgia Pacific for that persons well informed upon political of immediate action looking toward
The State and Mechanical I
Southern Press Association ia recom- the floor. Resting upon this as a pedestal point at the rate of about 1,000 tons per matters. It had been known for several Agricultural organization of the growers. We now
mending June 18, 1S91, as a day for a stands the lifo size statue of Jcffcr- day.The months that Colonel Herbert contem- college will close its most profitable and have but three or four months in which
public meeting throughout the south to son Davis, president of the confed catalogue of the state fair will bout plated this step. General Forney long session with The appropriate exercises of- to perfect the organization of the auxiliary
June 8th. enrollment
raise money to erect a statuo to Jefferson eracy. This piece of work was > shortly, and it will show a very since announced his determination not to on associations, a contemplated, and
Davis. A committee will be appointedto executed by ono of the finest art- liberal list of premiums. For example stand for re-election, and Colonel Herb 109 students represents twenty-six counties having in view the probable large increase
confer with Mrs. Divis in reference to fats in Italy, and represents Mr. Davis there will bo $4,000 in "special purses rt'a action will leave Congressman of Florida, besides Georgia and Cuba. in the coming orange crop and tho
tho final resting place of Mr. Davis. Tho standing with left hand extended in tho for races, and that is an Index of what Gates, the oldest member in point of The class of students was unusually good, necessity for a more concerted vit r
4th of the date attitude of be the list of service in the Alabama dele- and fine progress wa made in all departments -.
April next was fixed; and delivering a speech. In his may expected throughout continuous I deem I almost to
New Orleans was the place selected as the rl ight hand ho has a roll of manuscript, premiums on the thousand and one differ- gation, he having been elected five consecutive of theoretical and practical instruction. urge acton you to unnecesl
next place of meeting. A resolution and at his feet lay a pile of books. Including cut objects that will bo on exhibition in times. Colonel Herbertwas / The new catalogue for 1891-03 as you may think advisable. step
was made by General Gordon, the doors, there are eight sides to the biggest and best fair in the history first elected in 1876, and at the has been issued offering four courses of organization all obstacles may be easily
and adopted, providing for the appoint- ho chamber, tho door forming two of the state. end of his present term he will itudy and a better prospectus than can overcome greatly lessened. You
iment.of a committee of one member from sides. On the six marble slabs aro en- The surveying corps, which has been have served for sixteen years. lIe early be found In any school in the state. therefore requested ot to write us your view a
each state to take steps to prospect for graved beautiful inscriptions and verses running a line for the proposed extension took a leading position amongst southern Dr. Kelly, of WInsor, shipped a lot of fully and at the same time advise us a to
the relief of the widows and orphans. (including tho officers of the association) of the Mobile and Ohio branch from Columbus congressmen and has succeeded in main oranges to a friend in London on the first how for we can rely upon you for
This committee consists of John B. Gordon From the top of tho marble slabs spring a :Miss., to Tuskaloosa, reports the taining it throughout the period of his of December, last. In some manner or ance forwarding the movement asst jour
of Georgia; W. II. Sims, of Mississippi beaded arched canopy to tho height of routo an admirable one. The officials of service, which has embraced tho best other they were destroyed and were over section; also state as to what preliminary
W. L. Mlckelle of Alabama nine feet and six inches of his and honored life. three months in transit. A letter received '
; ; B. F. making an octagon the: road requested the right of way years spotless steps, in your judgment, are necessary to
.E Ii.of, Lousiana; B. D. Johnston, of arched chamber. From among through the city of Columbus and the Colonel Herbert may bo called tho father from his friend, a few weeks bring about the formation of a local association
"Texas; Norman, of Tennessee; A. O.llaskci the battlements of the die arise the bases request was granted by the city councilat of the new navy of the United States, since, informed him that the oranges had in your section. The name of
of South Carolina i 0. M. Busby, of the plinth of tho spire, of which a meeting called for that purpose. for it was duo most largely to his efforts arrived in good order. '1 his solves the active and interested growers in
.of North Carolina; Governor Fleming, the plinth proper is the most attractive, There is every reason to believe the extension and influence as the chairman of the question as to whether Florida oranges neighborhood whom you think you
-of Florida; Governor Eagle,'Of Arkansas: being seven feet and nine inches high. will be made in a short time. house naval affairs committee that liberal call be successfully shipped to England. likely to assist will be very acceptable.You .
>Governor Buckner, of Kentucky; Gen. four Egyptian! columns on' the corners :Mayor\ Frank,J. Kilpatrick of Bridge appropriations were mado for new thips. If properly packed there would ,seem to are earnestly requested to give this
oral Fitzhugh Leo, of Virginia; Bradley support the /marble entablatures, on.. port WIJII presented a few day witha The people of Alabama and the south are be LO doubt of the fact that FloridaorangI'I careful and prompt attention, and n
TT. ,Johnston, of Maryland, and F. M. which are cut in bold relief on the westside han soUlO of horses at the ago Lands not likely to forget that it was duo to will carry in sound condition to early reply will materially assist us."
'Oockerill, of Missouri. General 'Gordon the eagle and coat of arms of MissisIppl of the southern span stockholders of the Colonel Herbert that the odious systemof England! or any other country. Great Thine r.Florida. I
declined a re-election, but] was ; on tho north side, a piece of artillery Bridgeport Land and Improvement com obtaining jurors for the United State Several day ago a life-sentenced con- The Colonization Mining and Commercial
nominated by Dr. Jones, of Louisiana. with confederate flags; on tho eastside pan, of which he is general manager, asa courts was radically reformed and jury vict named Cook, hired to Mr. Edward company of Florida, limited, will
General Sykes, of Mississippi, would crossed cavalry sabres and belts; on mark: of esteem and a partial expression packing prevented. But Colonel Her Bailey, and working at his phosphate erect a phosphate factory in
only nominate General E. 0. Waltham the south side, crossed Enfield rifles, of their appreciation for the tucccss bert's oeeds need not to be catalogued works at Echtucnee Springs, in which is part of a grand Jacksonvie I
iu the event of Gordon's peremptory refusal with a shield, on which is and energy he has displayed in the management here. They are known in this state and Columbia county, on the Savannah, development of Florida's resources. tb I
to serve. General Gordon was then Incrlbed, "Mississippi Volunteers." of the finances and progress of abroad. Florida and Western railway, with three factory will not be a picayune affair butbundrJ
elected grand commander by acclamation! Above'' the plinth starts the Bridgeport.' The "gift" is valued<< at other white prisoners, made their escape of men will oe employed, and I
and accepted by saying that he would spire, which is three feet and eight inches 700. BUSINESS REVIEW.Dun from the convict: camp. It was ascertained Jacksonville's situation ill
not speak, that his life and all hi had square at the bottom tapering i that the HewiU
gradually J. E. Morris has been appointed -- guard was bribed. .. convenient and the natural center for i b-1
was at their feet. General E. Kirby to two feet square on tbe top, tho << receiver arrested and $7UO found on his substantially
of the Pratt Sawmill Company at & Co.'s Report for the Past person. dustries of the whole state, will be -
Smith and general W: L, Cabell were haft proper being thirty feet high. The lie was taken to Lake City and placed in proclaimed. Indirectly tb]
elected lieutenant generals for the Eastern top of the shaft is surmounted with a Verbena. Assets, $13,000; liabilities, Week.R. jail to await the action of the grand jury. of trade of the city deserves tyl
and trans-Mississippi departments.The statue of a confederate soldier, his feet 0000. The receiver was appointed on O. Dun & Co.'* weekly review of The penalty on conviction for such an bard the securing of this factory. I
committee's report was highly eulog and the but of the gun being in the position application of the Berny National bankof trade says It is astonishing how far offense is ten years In the penitentiary. creditor efforts of this body 'I-1
istic'of tho life, charade and virtues of ,. of parade rest. His head is do- Birmingham., The company was monetary anxieties have passed from the The young guardsman will swap places ward improving the St. Johns bar and i
Joseph E. Johnston, and commending pressed and his left arm rests on tho organized about ten years ago and was minds of men, though gold exports have with his prisoner, minus the $800. the St. Johns river to I
his merits u a soldier. It was adoptedby muzzle of his gun, in easy and grace. paying a handsome profit. Last summer not yet ceased The most powerful sustaining Guilty With UeeamHeodatloa.. the sea already from'Jackonvie Tail
a rising vote After voting thanks to fat position. The statue is six feet and the property was all burned<< and the rebuilding influence is the continuance of The jury in the Campbell murder case are was organized in frt. Yortl
the ladies the citizens of Jackson ten Inches created a debt which has been a the fav6rable company
etc., high.niaToar exceedingly crop prospects.In at Jacksonville brought in a verdict of on 30 1891 and !
matter the management has not been City April ,
the association A tome localities tributary to New Orleans Inerprstdunder
adjourned. receptionwas. of murder in the first with
guilty degree
OI1 TUEMOSUMENT. able to meet. Thousands of acres of fine the laws of the state
held at night. <<: rain is needed for cotton and
While the memory of Mississippians pine land belong to the company, also but winter wheat i* now so far advancedin a recommendation to the mercy of the May 16. The capital stock paid Ink
TUB SHAFT UNVEILED. of'their confederate dead has never slumcrcd about twelve miles of railroad and as finea states that is court. Campbell showed<< no agitation $230,000. A bill has been introduced ill
a heavy yield
Before tho sun was Wednesday morn > as evidenced by the ere ction in plant as can be found anywhere in the sidered many certain, and prospects for other con- whatever while awaiting the entry of the the legislature asking for a special char1ter.
ing the streets were a large crowd of humanity. various counties, notably at Woodville country. jury, and when finally he heard the verdict When this charter is granted t I
well be
grains are as bright a* they can
The old vets were full of ... he simply raised his eyes to the jury, stock will be increased to
and Liberty, of monuments to commemorate A Good n at this date. Wheat ha fallen 1} cents at capital $500-j
enthusiasm and cheer after cheer filled looked at them carelessly' and just the The will be in Jack,
the deeds of valor of their fallen An admirable arrangement has been New Yorkcorn6centn I and oats 3 cents 000. headquarters |
} ,
the air as fey caught sight of one of lona in the lost cause, still the idea often entered into between the company and while pork has :yielded 25 cents barrel slightest twitch of his lips was visible. wnvffle. The company already
their distinguished leaders. When General suggested of erecting a monument the miners at Blue Creek mines. The and lard an eighth. Exports of per whent For a long while the jury were decided owns fifty thousand acre of ph*!
Gordon and Governor Stone appearedat on tho capitol grounds at the miners are to appoint their own committee already show a decided increase. Sugar six being for acquittal and six for rendering pate and agricultural land sitt-l
the city hall, the head of the line of capitol of" tho state, never took of six who shall inspect the mines is shade lower for Muscovado raw and I a verdict of guilty without recom- ated in Manatee, PascoColumbia |
mendation. The
marclty both of them were seized and shape until 1830, when Mrs. Luther and keep watch on their condition. Theyare for granulated. In general, the pricesof .I recommendation to Suwannee, Taylor and Jeff !
borne aloft upon the shoulders of as lanshlp made the first effort towards doing to look after every point affecting the commodities have declined not far mercy was a compromise. Counsel for son counties, and options hove beet!
: many old soldiers as could lay hands on something to start the movement, by safety of the workers and when they find from 1 per cent for the week, and will the defense trial., gave notice of a motion fora secured on two hundred thousand acre
them. The Mi-sissippl. national guard giving[ a concert and devoting the pro- anything going wrong, they will reportit further decline as the new crops draw new more. The intention is to operate Ph*
was represented by tho following companies seeds to that purpose.! Soon after this to the bosses who will promptly haveit near if no disaster comes. The end of Dead phate mines and erect mining plant toW
in command of General Billups: the ladies organized the Confedrate Monument rectified. The idea ia that the miners the great coke strike doc not yet Ex-Judge George G. McWhorter died run them on a royalty for those hM ,S
'Toe Caledonia Rifles, the Columbus Rifle- Association. An appropriation of will be responsible for calling attentionto bring lower price, for it is announced recently at his country residence, four not sufficient funds to erect plants fc
men, the Starketvillo Guards, the Brown flO,000 was, after repeated efforts, secured anything wrong and the company for that $1.20 will still be charged, but miles from Milton lie was born in themselves. The phosphate will.ffl
Cadets, the Cadet Rifles, the Leo from the legislature, and this making needed corrections or precautions.A twenty-three iron furnaces of Shenango Coosawda, Autauga county, Ala., Feb. shipped to mMPfl
Guards, the West Point rifles, the Clark- added to tho amount collected by the great deal of good will, DO doubt, and Mahoning valleys have decided to runty 27, 1833. Judge McWhorter factured wi be sent in chartered wtm
villa Light Guards, tho Volunteer South- ladies, the completion of the monumentwas come out of it,and it is a long step in resume work at once, according to tele moved to Milton early in 1837.: ills dec port to New York, Aotw |
tone, the Crystal Springs Volunteers, tho only a question of time, aud todayIt advance grams. There is a better demand in father, Judge A. A. McWhorter, was for Contracts for the deli'I
Mississippi Southerners, the College stands, not only as a monument to the The Llit Grow. eastern markets for bar and structuraliron many years chief justice of the Alabama cry of over one hundred thousand toocB
Rifles, the Musiss IppI Invincible, the confederate dead, but as a monument to Public interest in the matter of Ike and plates. Cotton manufacture I. supreme court. Judge McWhorter was phosphate have already been niadeVi'fl
Capital Light Guards, the Oktibluba the undying and untiring:; energy as well Vincent' pardon centInuel to grow. Tensof progresses without change, and eastern educated in Alabama and in Georgia and parties in those citiesJwA wJ/jl i
Rangers. The Warren Light Artillery as to the devotion of tho women of Mississippi thousand of Alabamians have signed failure have caused especial dullness in was admitted to the bar in 1837. He : in Germany. Switzerland*
with their Catling guns on exhibition to tho cause lost but not .forgotten. the petition to the governor, and the list the boot, shoe and leather trades, even was speaker of the assembly in the Madrid. Within twelve month\
wet a great feature of the day. Governor grow daily. ..One petition from Jefferson for a dull season. At Philadelphia there legislative session of 1871 and was a company expects to have one
Stone was commander in chief, and county win have but little short 01 is a general hesitation because of the presidential elector on the dem- colonists from Switzerland, Germ a
tie line of the march was headej by 1OOOliames, and amongst theje are well State of the cjty's finances. The only cratic'ticket in 1884. He was appointedchief Spain-people of the most Ind i
General Gordon, General Kirby Smith, RUN ON THE BANKS. nigh: every man of note in the empire markets at which stringency is i justice of the supremo court of cls To hundred Swiss have i
General Cabell, General T. T, Martin -- county. Probably no governor of Ala are Savannah and Memphis, tough Florida in January, 1883. In 1887 he snt agent to Florida'Ilf "
and other distinguished soldiers General The People of Buenos Ayres bama ever had so many petitioner asking money i* firm at New Orleans and in was appointed one of the railroad commissioners gent has returned clf]
J.'Argee Smith being in command of Fearful of Losing Their Cash.A for his clemency for a man being strong demand at Minneapolis, and a lit- of Florida and retained the to them a story of the "
the confederate veterans, who showed dispatch from Buenos Ayres states punished at the hand of tbelaw. Town tlo close at Cleveland and Detroit. But position of chairman of the commissionup prospects of this new IsM
upju great strength and stjle.YOUKO that in consequence of the financial situ and country alike all over the tate, ore In general the supply at nearly all points to the time of his resignation on account They will arrive In Jacksonville ia: H
LADIES. ation these the people have lost all confidence aroused. Meantime the suffering objectof is adequate for all legitimate business. of ill health about a month ago. fall One colony goes to Pasco coBB'l I.
The float bearing young ladies representing in banks. and those having depositsIn this kind interest languishes with an Business failures of the week number Judge MeWhorter had always been regarded near Dade City, and the second to SM
the different Southern tales was the various financial institutions have incurable malady In prison No. 3 at 219. For the corresponding week of last as one of the ablest lawyers in the tee county, near Manatee. Th* t 1 !;
greatly admired. Amoog the officer ol been for a long time desirous of with. Pratt Mine The friend of the move- year the figure was 204. state, and among the wide circle of colony at Dad City wi go into tr.*|
the National Guards who assisted iacomiuandiug drawing them, This they were not able ment urge upon all person who have friends made during the past thirty-four and dairy farming j
the great army in line were to do, however, for the reason that tbe petition in hand to get them signed and A MEMORIAL MUDDLE. yean he will be sadly missed. and the other into
\ Govao Colonel George Green government recently issued a decree allowing forwarded a* early as practicable, so thatif Bill. P...... the same time a large orng1g
Major 0.0. Dillard and many other the bank to defer the paymentof relief is to come to the sick and weary The Jews of Cincinnati Mad The following bills have been passed colonists will be brought t
The prayer of Father Rechert was distinctly deposit On Tuesday an opportunity prisoner it may come quicklY'->o' with G. A. R. Men. 'I by the legislature: A bill to amend onv of these wi be locate Hco&nty
beard and highly commended. war afforded for the withdrawal of de- Herald sections 4 and 9 of an act entitled an act and otherin warn 1
meat ca behalf of the state. The re- crowds of people having money in the The management of the State Fair Association cinnati among the prominent Jews over I beer in th.state of Florida by the board The first colony wi grow H
spouse, made on behalf of the veteran banks sought to withdraw it. The streets II making aa appeal for contributions the failure ot the Grand Army of the :, of county commissioners of the several manufacture tobacco and other'J
81111.Itate by Colonel Mclntosh. was ap were crowded with depositors and otherpeople from the public towards special Republic to decorate the soldiers' graves counties to amend an act entitled an act phosphates. Home will be ,r!
exhibits for the fair, which shall be preserved in their on Walnut UilL There : to establish of
proprtale and well said. The rope wa attracted by the excitement. For cemetery uniform system of common these people, M
l-MIcd. leaving the statue that surmount a time there was a general run on all the and sent to the World's Fair at are seven soldier buried there, most of schools and county high schools; to in- ,eic of their little cities *j
the monument by Mrs. Hayes, daughter bank Chicago. One man is already soliciting them officers but Sunday they were corporate the Lake City and Albino rail typical one of their own eojjHtransplanted
of Jefferson Davis, assisted by her little I subscriptions in Birmioghum and an appeal neglected by their comrade The grave way company and to \grant certain landsto to American oii T
row, Jefferson Hayes DavU.' A great I will be made to all the co:inties. in the German Protestant cemetery, just aid in the construction of said railway will have school teacher and? pr *f1nd
rebel jell went up as the veil dropped. 'TWAS FUNNY. 'The exhibit from each county or community beyond that of the Jewi, were decorated, ; to amend an act to incorporate the everything. All of theft < | "
The oration was then delivered, by -whether timber, mineral or otherwise as were those of the soldier* in all the city of St. Augustine; to fix the pay of win be purchased by the p f]
Oen. \Y ltht, and wa a patriotic decla But the Boys Will Get Several -will be properly labeled and graveyard in the city. The exact cause members, officers and attaches of the ployment will be given t all- wad H|
mation. His speech ws intently listened Years In a Reform School. ticketed and after being exhibited at the of the trouble la unknown. On Mondaya legislature A. D. lS lto limit and can secure home on apian esy 1stallment
to and wildly cheered. A poem by Mr*. State Fair at Birmingham will at the large number of prominent Jewish citizens fix the boundaries of the town of Eutia, 1ment Th will bJ,
Manship wa tend and much compUoieoted A Waterbury Conn., dispatch says: proper time be forwarded to Chicago. drove out in their carriage and Lake county senate joint resolution, experienced be eh clonycmpl JJ
white a tribute to Jefferson Early Wednearav morning the police This is one of the most important steps : decorated the grave of the neglected directing and empowering the attorney phosphate factory t el
Davis by Governor Lowry was eloquent, arrested Charles'DonneU, aged eleven yet taken by the State Fair management, soldiers, covering them with heap of general to institute legal proceeding to will have a cplCt I
appropriate and much cheered. The years, and Michael McLaughlin aged and it ought to result in great good. beautiful flower The Grand Army compel a settlement of Indebted. several thousand tons mont I
benediction wu pronounced and the proceeding ten years on the charge of attemptingto President Hawkins believe that he will men declare that they were compelled ness to the state by different p
cloted. The afternoon was wreck the noon express on the New thus be enabled to get together several to pay their fare on the street car two railroad and canal companies; to BUGS trauo 1 AL!..
spent by military companies Riving exlub'tion York and Northeastern road tbe day before. ear loads of exhibit from various partsof years ago, and that i* the reason that amend aa act entitled an act to incorporate "I do love sweet nature-**!]
drills which were witneuea by; The boys confessed sating that the state which will go to swell they will not go to the Jewish cemetery. and sal 'e the powers of the Flor .here about 1 in and beauty 1

thousand tTwenty-five hundred tete they only did it for fun. Ja the police<<: Alabama's space at the World' Fair. Of Be rare to svaerib for this Ucntaln Ida Fruit exchange; approved May :31. lowers are in bloom peace, the
JUt registered at the headquarters and* court both were lent to the reform school course this appeal can effect nothing but the latest new paper 1877; amending an act abolishing the city I Harry do take b :,
the crowd numbered fully 20,000.\ until l they are tw ntv-one tear of a;:e. woods, mineral*, soils and other ImperisU- government of DeLand, etc; a bill for the B Jly gracious gooses, .**1

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BonnNYi11e his isat tnevan to his wife and I World's Fair Notes. A Day 03.Mrs. There's, patent medicine _
hit REv.TALMAGE mother and child It sounded jnst like a message "
: that a northern man dying far front which is not a patent medicine erman

.fst to !UV : home child.would send to his wife and mother and The republic! of Salvador has accepted Out-of-ToTm (to near neighbor) -paradoxical as that .
may _
President Harrison's invitation and five -"Such trouble as rye had; I'm
)1ft. : .' picked up from the battle nearly dead." sound. It's a discovery I the
DAY SERMON. field of Antietam the fragment of a letter commissioners will soon be named to col. l

>eel'' ; '. which I have somewhere yet, for the name lect and exhibit. Neighbor-"Mercy: I What' happco- golden discovery of medical

and the address were torn olt! I saw it was The edr' Syrup .
II Ilo' Association one science I It's the medicine for
SnuECT woABtASDS. the word.of a wife to her husband telling of "My husband's watch stopped last ,
ot him how the little child the most prosperous cattle brfeden'lLosociltionaln -
for their
Tom 1 wfll night. down exhausted
: to the you-tired run.
toy norm, Gttt
01( and to tfn np every night that be might not get America, has appropriated "I don't Methodist Par .
soiiUL, Jt/up not back. -IsaUU see why that- Martinsville N.J.,
'Ln4the J slUJ., Go hurt In the battle and might come horns 110,000 to be paid in premiums on its '.No nerve wasted men and ''
sound and come home welt, but that if cattle shown It the could we. It never sonage. My acquaintance
Just what my text meant by the north thing happen to them they might all meet any topped before, and wo didn't know it : women ; for you sufferers from remedy Boschee's German ,
I your ,
;iD smd south cannot say but in the United Oregon will try to raise at least $100"
again in the world where was this '
the there are no part stopped morning, becauio I diseases of skin or liver made about fourteen
BtatM twxwords scalp
are so point blank in 000 for World's Fair Syrup, was
o'a ings, it read just a* a northern wife would a exhibit. A meet stopped at seven o'clock last and
,00 : mean their meaning more than that east no and one west can,doubt.for although They write to a husband away from borne and in ing for that purpose will be held at to I set the clock by it, evening and that was I or lungs-it's chance is with years ago, when I contracted a Cold :

between those lad peril conveying the messages of little chil Portland on Juno 16, ,under the auspicesof it's which resulted in a Hoarseness anda t.
two there and
hare been rivalries dren. Oh, yea they were honest both wrong, my husba-ul missed the trainto every one, season always,
and disturbing ambitions and lafelic'! tides. And on the Oregon board of agriculture. the Cough which disabled me from ,.
those who lived to ret boa ara city and tho children were lato to because it aims
to the '
' tiel!and silrer hill and World's fair controversies living purify for number '
yet were just as honest, and onht Germany is the last great government school. filling my pulpit a

'' batteries, there nnlimbered.have been no intrenchments between them dur no, a they coronal not for of the suflering kind they endured bar to accept tho invitation of President Harrison. "Not pleasant, of course; but-" fountain of life-the blood- Sa baths. After trying a Physician 1

po lone lines of aepulcbral mounds thrown But we must some not detain the two garlandsany Official notice of Emperor Wil "Oh I but 1 haven't told you. You sec, upon which all such diseases without obtaining relief I cannotsay .

:'aI 1 up. It has never been Massachusetts Four longer from the pillows of those who for liam's intention to appoint an imperial my husband, after mis'injf his rccular now what remedy he prescribedI

., teenth Regiment against Wisconsin a quarter of a century have been prostrate commission was received by Director- train, concluded t take" day off and depend.The the advertisement of .
eat. your
.I Zouave; it bai never been Virginia artil in dreamless slumber never oppressed by General Davis last Thursday. mend all the furniture." medicine is Dr. Pierce's .
t.ilj t. boy against Mississippi nae!. summer heats or chilled by winter' cold. remedy and obtained a bottle. j ,
) East and west are distinct words, and Both garlands are fragrant. Both have in Don IxanJro Fernandez, a representative Honors Golden Medical Discovery.The received such quick and permanent _1'
sometimes may mean diversity of interest, them the sunshine and the shower of this of tho Mexican government, called Easy. '
makers of it from it that whenever we have .
bek. but there is no blood on them. They can be Fprin imt'. The colon of both were mixed at headquarters' last week and selected ns have help

hag pronounced and death without any But intonation of wcl:. by Him who mixed the blue of the sky, and the site of the Mexican exhibit A plat of Mrs. Wedsoon (pmitinuU) ")It'I'. enough confidence in it to had Throat or Bronchial troubles'
14 groan. the north and the the gold of.the sunset" and the of the since in our family Boschee's German '
south are words that hare been surcharged J1"1L'Iand the whiteness oi the snow green ground just south of the area reserved for Old He next door has hail two new sell it on trial. '
'at with crystal. the United States dresses! to Syrup has been our favorite
tragedies. They are words which IU; And I do not care which you put over the government display. my one. .
at gest that for forty years the clouds hat bean northern grave and which over the southern The assertion that the exposition build Mr. We soon (spouse No. 2)-"Yes, That is-you can get it from remedy and always with favorable 1 '.'

byn.' thirty gathering years for a burst four years'in tempest which grave. ing cannot bo erected within the required my dear, but you'\e had two new husbands your druggist, and if it doesn'tdo results. I have never hesitated to .. '
ago a fury that shook These '
: august throng this
gathered "
n.Ga this planet as it has never been shaken Since tog in these pews and aisles and corridor morn time because of scarcity of structural iron to her one. -Xne York Wtdly. what its claimed to do report my experience of itsuse to" ,,

011al it swung out at the first world building; I and galleries are insignificant compared with is entirely without foundation in fact. -- -, you others when I have found them .
; thank God that the words have lost some ot No trouble TUB latest tho debts of the can get back "
the the mightier throngs of heaven who mingle on that score will bo en figures on i your money troubled in like manner. RfiV. :' I
'al' intensity ago; that a va.t they multitude posr-esso of: northern three decades in this service which we render to God and countered.The Prince of Wales place the aggregate at i every cent of it. \V. II. IlACOARTY, ",.tfof <'fi, \
our country while we twist the two
Dtt. people have moved couth and a vast mult.- Hail spirits multitudinous I Hail garlands.spirits government of Ittly has formally fellow$1,700,000.who is Rut tho princo is not tho That's what its makers call the Newark New A Safo il,', : : !F"

t.e tude of southern people have moved north, blestl I hail martyred ones come down front declined to take part }111 the exposition walking tho floor. Jersey, M.E. Conference ., ,- i II
; and there have been Intermarriages the taking the sickt their words. '
ten bv from the King's palaces I How glad are we from motives of economy. No exceptioncan .ft1L\ Remedy. .f I I'
thousand and April
northern liuva
colonels 25 married the that you have come back again I Take this bo taken to the decisIon, for the reason ; How's Thlsf I''
daughters of southern captain*. kiss of ol1r 'I" .,
welcome and
theegal.lanis of reminiscence We One IIun and Texas rangers; have united for life; ye who languished( in hospitals! or that Italy declined to participate iu any cx toe of ,
daughters ewYork abolitionists an I went down under the thunders and the the Paris exposition for the fame rousou. taking U"U'"l'aIArrh "lire.f .
am their children lire half northern and halt J.CIIBNKY J/t lo., Props., Toledo. O, are what Dr. Pierce'sPleasant \ "
11 southern and altogether patriotic. lightning of Fredericksburg and Cold Har President Ronney, of the World's Con We, the untlenilgnrtl bare known 1.'. J. .. ::4t4
But north and bor and ilnrfreesboro and Corinth and gress Auxiliary that the indications Cheney for the U<<1 Leers, ant bull.."" him Pellets The best : .' 'lJ
south says arc.
are words that 1 \ "
nee Yorktown
and .
above tha clouds on Lookout perfectly I honorable In all i>u ln"s.. tr.n......
to be brought into still closer harmonization. Mountaiu. aro that the proposed congresses on education tint,, and flnanrlally al>le to 1
If.ce 1 tarry out any ul>- Liver Pills ever invented active ,
thought that now. when we are Among the thousands of gatherings; at temperance, religion, agriculture, llgatlons niHtla by tbrlrtinn.NW ; ; "j' ,'" '4

haltvay, between presidential election the north and at the south for Decoration labor.and other great subjects, will bo so \ it 'IMUAXMiuleMUe Druggists, ToleWAMHito yet mild in operation ; f
and do
'III sectional
''Ifch the lowest ebb; .and now, jut are after at Days unique.I am and that conscious it is only that one this in which service there I* large that great: difficulty will bo experienced DruKKlalOolmln.. KitftAt: O.& Mxnvix Wlioletalo cure sick and bilious head -,. .-- .T? ,- ,""il' .' 1 ,i\ 7

a presidential ;i'ournev.; when our chief mag has oeeii twisted two garlands one for the in providing largo enough assemblyrooms. lint..atnrrb. euro Is taken Internally,act- aches. One dose. (J
a. istrates, who was chiefly elected by the norta. grave of the northern dead and the other for Inn directly iiiMiti tile blood and' uiuroiiK ur- a it
has been Cordially received at the south' ant of tU.. BI Ti..,",,,,, .. ,
1d the grave of the southern dead. 0 Lord ana Quito a number of the cities in tbe facts > "IU. "* cnt free i
just after Memorial bold
now tWQ Days, one of of the Price 71ic.I.t'r buttle by lul druggists.omen ;
,!e them a month ago strewing flowers on southern Union, is it time that we United States are making efforts to raise :ti-.f;
bury forever old SMITH'SWORM
graves, and the other yesterday strewing we not be at our grudges? My I My, I Can funds with which to make special exhibits are not cruel to dumb anlmnla. No ; "
peace on earth when \
a'of'a1f f flowers- on northern graves, it might be ap in heaven dwell, in perfect love moment at the lair. Among those thus far reported womauci2l willfully step on a ninnse. I I-' t _

propriate and useful tor me to preach a sermon Ulysses S. Grant and Robert nre Duluth At1 ntn. Augusta" broken from ,
to which would twist E. Lee, Will; >fANvrrr on nre down nVt'r.wnrk OIL ,- t'r
two garlands-one lam T. Sherman and Stonewall Jacksoa Go. Sioux Galveston Aurora Ill. or fioiiithold, caren. Itrown's Iron Mil- WORMS .
'for City, ,
path the northern dead and the other for the and tens of thousands of tern rebuilds. the nystem. aid southern dead-and hue the two interlocked southern men who northern and and Johnson City Tenn. The last named move CXU'Ps of blip, ,,,\ cures innlarlu. A

11 In a chain of Cowers! that shall bind forever askance at each ,other though from they the once opposite looked talks of raising f 100,000) to show oC its splendid toni tor women andcblldreu. IS A SAFE AND SURE REMEDY s' _
the two.sections into one; and who knows banks iron ,
re but that tills may bo the day when the : of_the Potomac and the Chickahomlnv industry. In New York the other day, the oath of asick Sold Everywhere. BO Ooiita*. ,

r. prophecy of the text marts in regard to the on and the the same James side and of the the Tennessee, now-are jubl- Mexico bus secured a splendid site for person was taken through a telephone -- iAnoirt

to ancients may be fulfilled in regard to this river keeping its World's Fair building. Don Leandro '
lee with some of those old angels who cnaAoiMiNT HIROS w* desire to }
country ana the north give up its prejudicesand nineteen centuries ago came down near one Fernandez, who was sent to Chicago by Quit Everything Else. tucks an announcement.
\t.If the south keep not back its confidence Christmas night to chant over Bethlehem tho Mexican government especially to select We keep a lame *Mnrlm nt Of these larllprnsable *-! 1'
"I will say to the north Give up and to the "Glory to God in the article In stuck, either with or witty
rr south; Keep not back." highest; on earth tho silo, was shown over tho ground out precious stone We ran furnish you JustHi _
peace, good will to men?' S. S. S. is the for contagious blood _
to But before I put these garlands on the I have by Solicitor-General IJuttcrworth and only permanent cure *correct thing stid at prim that will moke '
graves I mean to put them this morning been waiting: for some years for Chief of Construction liurnlmm. lie expressed Taint Old chronic that declare incurable ,engagement a comparatively l Inexpensiveknury. _
I.of a lame one else to twist the two garlauds cases physicians ; fall and rnnsnlt us. J. P. Bieven* .4 _
little while on the brows of the living men that I twist for location near Hm., 4T Whitehall. HI., Atlanta, Oa. Iliad fur _______
to-day a preference a
but no it fair
one doing in
and women of the north and south wno lost the love of God and I are cwrcd in every instance where S. S. S.. has a mini" ..... ________
tons and brothers during the my hand to the work and next spring tho northward of the United Slate trial.
civil strife. There Is nothing more soothing government
bee about this if I R ofei
time 1
am living and well Eijifi rrnerhls
to a wound than a cool bandage, and these building,. and tho ground and own
eII. two garland. are cool from the night dew. will twist two more garlands for northernand building committee promptly confirmed I honestly believe that S. S. S., saved Send for our
II.III What a morning that was on the banks of southern graves, and every springtimeuntil is CHEAPER than Shtaalei, Tin or Slate.
the selection. The at
the Hudson and the Savannah when the ton some man or woman whom I may space assigned my lifo I was afflicted with the very new book on Udaees Your INSVILANCE and PrreUr __
have cheered a little in the straggle of this the extreme southeast portion if the area __
was to start for the war! What _
and root heily counsell I What tears fatherly! What life shall come out and put a pansy or two set apart for foreign nations, and it large worst type of contagious blood poison constitutionaland Flro, Water and Wind Proof. f.4ItAcORRUGATW1 ___

'r. heartbreak What charges to write home oa my own grave. But if the time should enough to accommodate a building was almost a solid sore from head t
ever come when this land shall be STEEL ROOFING
often I Wine little given Blood *
keepsakes lu '
' put away 200x100 feet. Don :Fernandez snid his or ,
IUt the kvapsacir: the bundle that was to bo over to sectional rancor and demagogisin. to foot. The physicians declared my ;-
: and north and country would require a building as large
, south or east and west shall !
exchanged for. the knapsack! The crowd ,
ill round the depot or the steamboat landing; forget what the good! God built this nation as that, and ho confirmed the report] that case hopeless. I quit everything else! Dilseasfes, iI ,

Al''It shouted, but father and mother and sister righteousness for. and,it shall and halt, on its and high career of Mexico will spend not less than $1,000 and commenced talking S. S. S. After _
liberty and become
cried. peace 000 on its exhibit. ""lUJu 'f'lur
And how lonely the house seemed after tbe agent of tyranny and wrong andoppression taking a few bottles I was cured sound The Swift ; ," I -
then let some young man whom i'y
4i 'they went home and what Jf5ft
an awfully vacant
chair there was at the Christmas and I nave baptized In infancy at these altars go The l.adlr Relighted. and well. Specific Co.
out to Greenwood and scoop up my du t and ,
IIII Thanksgiving tablet I And after the battle scatter it to the four winds of heaven, for I The pleasant effect ant the perfect' safety Thos. B. Yea Elizabethtown Atlanta Ga. : llnnnnf Is ra<1r formed for thnd 'rlldLn1 _
, what waiting(, for newel!IVb at till er, Ky. ran Iw applied t>y anjr one. I>o
suspense do not want !! .... .. :. : ...:: .
A.'a IIit to sloop, and I will not sleep In with which Indies use tbe liquid fruit laxative IA.I. iMa nll'l "
the long li&U of the killed and may
! wounded were a land accursed with sectionalism -- -- I ili.L ;:i 'i .:is! .a-ii; IIT !* r
made out AU the Penobaoot or. oppression. ,
!itjt along and the Syrup of Flounder all conditions make SMITH'S
Connecticut, and the St. Lawrence and the SaIeI rsEJ
7.I.jty Ohio, and the Oregon and the James and And now I hand over the two garlands, It their favorite remedr. It Isjileulnx, to the For ANew Use Petroleum

. the Albemarle and the Alabama, and thlt both of which are wet with many tears- eye and to the taste gentle, yet effectual/ In

14tG )lamentation JJuia iPP'', and and the mourning Sacramento and great there woe were, childlessness tears of widowhood, tear of suffering and orphanage and tear and of acting on tbo kidney,liver and bowels. BILE BEANS : .2NDSAFESa The mod nuirvellous results ire now

tGI Rachel weeping for her children and refusing gratitude; and as the ceremony must be being obtained from the use of J petroleum'ia > : :
tGk to be comforted because they were not. performed in symbol,there not being enough, Woman Is called the"weaker vessel" but no the treatment of catarrh of the bond
Bowers to cover all the tike the one one would suppose If they saw the bill fur Mutt be Sold I Cheap for Cah.
The world has forgotten: it, but father and garland to the tomb graves of some northern rl6lI'lnll' _ _ Addrra. JOII.NHON, PAUKKH .V CO., and throat and lung trouble" Bond for _ _

d now mother in the have eighties not forgotten or nineties it. They, but may it is be a soldier who may yesterday have been LAPIFS needing a tonic, or (hlldron who 018 CIk..I..1 $'.,Cballaneea-a,.Tfi*.. pamphlet free describing the new treatment _
I omitted In the distribution of the sacrament want building up should take Drown' Iron to the IlBAtTn SurrLIJl:.Co..
fresh wound and will
remain fresh uJrrc'POSlTLVKLT
always a Cure Biliousness 1IKUKUIU
Hitters. take, e""ra Malaria __ ____
j of flowers- and the other garland to ItUpleanantto BAGGY
wound. flIEt5' New 1"ork.
710 Ptotdwty
the tomb of some southern soldier who Indigestion BIllounne. Liver Complaints, Creel!?Pant! stretcher
. Have you realized the fact that our civil month ago have been omitted in the distribution !maya makes the blood rich and pure. heart Ad.|>t*<| to, .1,4.... at IlArvtvJ. Arah r.V.H4tHliw :- Bill
war pitched nut upon the farm eJda of the Blck Headache, Malaria, CcwtlTonf (:aiieaes. pies[, bipruS.iossi bttMaawhen m.n" !
r.A north and the plantations of the south a of the sacrament ot the flowers- and There are a couple of 15-month-oM! babies Burn. Dlttlne. Bad Breath. NervouS *. f ff .**. In ':, town sand l'ic."l; PENSIONSee.wss-., _-I-
multitude that no man can number children put both the wreaths gently down over the Missouri who slog "Annie Itooney." Debility, Dysentery, Jaundic. b, J. OkaUlV. lie Wesblixtm II u ",kWitt ..._ -._, '
hearts that have God .. _
ceased to beat. bless and under os as. .s.loliCame
without fain In the Hide
" /fUnder all the fatherly advantages help which and protection we bad of the two garlands I Uod tare the United It. Careful .r tour E.e.II" the Shoulder Blade I ".II ,and Na>keep ocs., WssTCuro well. JI..u"murt&IMit. *! :1 .... ....,.r.I..1--nu.h..r..I."O.,-........._.....

fatherly guidance, what a struggle life has t.ataa of America It I. a well known fact that the eymlgbt LWS .II. """. au. a >>ar. BampleeopfInt. ii.
1I been to the most of net I But what of the the most delicate of our SCOM*-may 1Itt easily Ntvir all to act on a Torpid !. PI'. ... |l. 1>VK. g41&u... Duflalo. II. y.SICK I A. N. U....................Tw tJ.Three4.

children, two end five- and ten years of ar, POLK ON THE THIRD PARTY.An the destroyed eye..i4 by ot the use quality.It of: glasses. not suited to Expel poisonous bile from tbe systemj a.

who stood at their mother's lap with great, 1* tbe greatest poor foollubness to purchase Clear the Complexion; AidLige.tiofll CroaMan and I DOWN WITH HIGH PRICES.
round, wondering eyes, hearing her read of cheap glasses from unreliable dealer. The Appetite; Cur. and prevent Chllla $$1
those who perished in the Battle of tue Interesting Editorial In the 'rlak taken In doing thin I* a thousand times Fevers. WulsomaksSIultIL'I4BILE WIIV not *>o* from the forao*! Farlerr *t ?
Wilderness their fathers gone down amon:!; Progressive Farmer.The greater than the small amount savr the dead host Come, men and With the above In view Mr. A. K.Hawk., %_ -.....,u4 SAVE .......' reOu. i icrintuTiuM.
women who by such disaster young have had to North Carolina State Alliance organ well known throughout the country a*a loadIng SMALL Over 1,000 ArtlcUmtaf I 49 ___ __

:make your own way In life, and I will put Tht Prvgrtttitt Farmer, publishedat mote optician, where ar baa. prt established|>ared perfect a factory 11'1...In....At of mil -V. okl slA-srl lo etmruswrt.UicnbyV. _
the garland on, your young and unwrinkled Raleigh N. C. and owned by L. L. every thadeof strength. ifawkes'Crystallized ..,!..301*BO Mrc. U

brow. Lave had your own Jlalvern Polk National Alliance President contains Lenses have national reputation ar*endorsed t\to to Ux bottle. I I
'" Hill, and _your own South Mountain, and by thousands of the best oitlscna ot lb. Rome prefer M* _. topenlally amnng : Oar K.w ... .
your own Gettysburg all along these twenty the following editorial: United btatw, whose name will be given end enJkirea. hush SUM sagu ooeteO.lo YineasSl. iaiuinaUa.oa aU .. >es*, _
The what will tbe alliancedo upon application. take.
years. Cornel I And, if I cannot spare a question,
and merchants the.
Druggists crystal. FREE.
whole garland for your brow 1 will twist in with the new party is on the lips of Used leuwe the twit paylnir pin of their stuck RELIABLE SAFE. ECONOMICAL. -'

your locks at least. two 11ow8l"- one crimson tens of thousands of anxious people to-day. because the people want them and will have Price 25 e nU per bottle, five .for tt, ICC CICITI.ISJSII .... g ._ ;
and one white,the crimson for the struggla Well it ought not to take much wisdomto no other Three spectacles: are sold ID nearly either sia. Bold by Drugglats. Write for '
ot your life, which has almost amounted every town In America, and every pair I* Hctur.
to carnage ana the white for the victoryyou answer that question. The new purty warranted. They are not supplied u> peddlers 'HIU "' ( TIO

.: bate&allled. bas adopted the alliance demands into its ., remember.Mr. A. K.lla.lrt'll.. t the only tnannfactaiiT J. F. SMITH & CO., HEW YORK CITY. I P TIlE _

$ Before t put the two garlands I am twist.! platform. Does anyone suppose intelli. of thru ('nstalllzed Loon...., and make a '
\ lag upon the northern and southern tombs. gent alliance men will vote against a specialty DlllmrnccDll-ta'prncr! pliona. Ad- WONDERFUL \ .lie <
I detain the garlands a little while that I party that adopts those demands, and in drew all orders 12 Whitehall t.. Atlanta (Ale.psasoeteFanaTe LUBUR6 CHAIR llllllTIICTCUt. -.

may put them upon the brow of the living .4 _
favor of a party that not only fails to (. .ltl.e. a r.olD-n I '
soldiers and sailors of the north and south, all person who are .f('hair la tmldesmaklim .
who, though at variance for a long while, adopt but resists those demands The I bald: We will send free Information how togrow I ; i Le...*,De..orCoaelli. tislll..
luxuriant salt of hair no matter what _ _
now at and in western alliance states have already a
peace hearty to gone
loyalty the eaoaeor bow long standing no bam'"'-. invalid aMJitanu4 CIdurJV>4 ton _ '
A the United States government, and read,. into the new party. Will not the necessity For particular and testimonial writ not. LI._ ._._.._tnn._ I I tfmmer (' aire, U. It.,., 11(11.THELUDUncrvrANUFACTURINC .
If need be. t3 march shoulder to shoulder for alliance unity force the other LMAJI Writ*at one*for latalufue.Anwl I
against any foreign foe. The tW8Dty- X Into Uampl mul sunMoll toodt-"'-' .
alliance states the
winters that have passed since the war, I to go new party V*-Wf.BLB Oin a Jb Machinery.Atlan.ta PA1KX.AW CO. PHILADELPHIA.PA.
Pit think, have sufficiently cooled the hatreds also "We see no way to prevent the new Ga.. InanafMctor Cotton (Gins, rVcdera, '' (
that once burned northward and southward party from sweeping the country except Condeunrrf...._, COlions.Oil Mill,IceMachinery QUAI.PART'OC OIL. fl.pS.A -103.Nea.33t.323.3Z5 N.rIkUiklr..t. \
r- to allow the remark that they who the simple one of cheerfully conceding to MiafUnir Pulleys.Tanks Pumpa, U AlNQv&isaou7348PAPERS, u
t fought in that conflict were honest on both the people every one of their just de Wnd-Milla. Etc. Writ forprlcea and dlac tI.nT8 : CURES DIARRHGEA' .
side. The both armlet ,
chaplains on were
mands. If the alliancemtu are to be "opped free by flit KM. GRSAT
honest ia their prayers.' The faces that r.avr RUTOal1l. No Fit after tint da,'* Uhrre wo bavo a. Aa*. will rraef _
went into battle whether they marched tow blamed for giving in to the third party Of*. Marvelou rnrr*. Treaties and SJ trial with mmj active a.ercUsI.-.L. eu JM. N.V. DYSENTERY,
ard the Uulf of Mexico or marched toward then the hungry child can be blamed for ltttl. trr HT. Kline. BM Arch Bt. PbJla.. !'..

the north star. were honest face going to some one who can and will furnish EWIS' 98 % LYE CRAMPS. a
Portable Hay Irm ,
It is too much to ask ,either side to believe Kt Address for circular -
him food. Gentlemen of the old !'. H.Curie Hieuai.: Mlaa. -
that those who came out from their homes, Fowdsrsi and C
| forsaking father and mother and wife ani parties, if the time comes when your ranks (TATCHTED.) The Best Thing! L

p child, many of them never to return, were shall be broken, your leaders overthrownand btrongtit,.,.rut Lye mad..
tf not in earnest when they put their lit. inn your heritage taken from you, do That Makes the wit perfumed Hard BOWELS .

awful exigency; WitnesS the last scene at not blame the alliance for your ruin. The 1 Soap: in 20 minute witkuvt boiling. FOR THE rS ,. _
family the Green the bent for .;
prayers up amOllg mountains It is softening
or down by the fields of cotton and people represented by the Farmers' Alliance Tired Feelingrrrrtlfe water. cleansing waste pipes, DIVE IT TO 1
sugar cane. Men do not sacrifice their all have petitioned and begged and Lsinfctlng! sinks c% ta,...b.-

for fun. Hen do not eat moldy bread or go pleaded and prayed for relit all these tug bottles, liula" tt.... etc. TEETHING CHILDREN
without bread at all for fun. Men with In most MrTattag aa4 tteoaraglng
do not years; and haughty minions of political PENNA.: SALT MFG. CO., ,

Jeep(on. unsheltered in equinoctial<: stornu for I power have: spurned both them and their effect effect ta at prtag ttt* eold*o4 air.arl7 I*nmur lOGe and, wkea OM oajs th* losing grow. t..n. Ageuta." FtUIa. I'$. IT WILL SAVE THEIR LIVES. _

As chaplain of Petitions and prayers. Do not blame them ._.' Hood's -
a Pennsylvania regiment, spee&Dy (mrmiinej"that
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: and as a representative of the United States for your overthrow, but blame your own Ur4 fetllng."wheifear caued by chaag of Fauquier White Sulphur Springs, Ya.Tb DoNe let jeer ,;:* .< .,raserravatal ,*.. a a _

1 : the Christian Commiouon, I was for a while at blind and miserable folly. --,_w life b, overwork or Weiss&A4' .nletmtsd. J'aaq..lulpbu. aprlas awl Baths, ..*** re* that *e ssetlila. el. will .
front; and in those hospitals at Haer tapartalbMfMltiigof str B ta and aalf-ami Meat* kear. Wamnl : town and WiUiamsburg and np and down wkfca If oooifortlag and aattaf ytag. II alaa can* butal ant-dais I"Of'" renox*. Kl*. uuiOU H
ctfa* Potomac, where aft tha *bet. Cultlo uwieeUed. BuS Sulphur Buu
churches an4 AN INCREASE IN DEBT tofc> i1ift,Mltoutnei*. ImllgeHloa
1.rm.bouees were filled with wounded: andw7 t p U. uilwda, Bowline and Team*,kiuss aa4 aae U'ery. ,
tL: --- A part ol xa acre AtooceiMr* nil be Ivaod .
Federals and Confederates, I forgot auaily sulld an4 Term* iOpeaJaBemh. ....-
I the horror to ask on which side they Is Shown by the Public State. Hood'sSarsaparilla .svt8ienj.I I LLM.,*'ca4H .

toughs when with what little aid I could ment for May. CALEN DAR and Bill of awl sgroeisba to th
take them tor their suff erinz bodies, and the EATATH! : F..r*lor eiu.ti d.."'W ,15w where all ebie f.,1is Pleasant LI druggists. LIrI
mightier aid I could for .. KUT.Tu.. 84OWM Is) IMdrcn iek wltIaou I objection. :
their bt ela ate.
pray souls, I > .left. wl'l *t< >e.
pasted the days and months amid scenes) The My debt statement, issued Mon ..._*.l.eedJ.rlfccese..._.......!....*"'"JI- a :::
that in my memory seem like a ghastly day from Washington shows an apparentincrease l89lCnokBookie..h .5:1... i
dream rather than a potable reality. of 250,000 in debt since the 14 _ _ _ ... &.... ... ,I : :
When Nsw:Orleans boy unable to the fact |*Ut>.yn dreggesi. Wi Q"' $X Prepared -
an instant. This it due to that disbursements ; eotf andVnUksyBsMte _
swer my question as to where be was hurt, the month ky a L BOO>>a QQ.. Aootaeoarlea, towel. sUehOO cured at b..uia wtlu* BRA.1
took out from the fold of the only during were un- I U M .
garment out pai lUMHolfy
that bad not been torn off him in the battle isually large, leaving less money in the | Doses One Dollar -O Ucnlansrnl tBLK.: giThr\ !:rJ.k

a New Testament marked with his own Ue 'treasury oa May 29th by about tin _-_ ----u.M.wo,4j.rY.uiJ. uJ es'ai.If
blood, and I saw the leaf turned down ; .." .. Ul.lq !. &llll!. .. ..?.5 .ah1 _.4 .. e.w _Ie '
jMMgv.ily peace I onto You at the amount stated, available for the payment ".l a swz.u.d vs... .= .esl- Lmd4._... I-S.._......_.. 'r.-. .sikS jeae-4.,.. ,.,.M 1 ... ..,- V
give not : b
as t" 15UiIZD. SSS
the world of the debt. Pension payments were ,, PeACTICAI.'i. --r.:: 'To r1eiLE .0. me b..S c4eS '..K.'D.t't' *1,':=-.1': .
gtveth rive I onto Ton, is read = FREE O.is4 .." l.N
tact a*though it bad been a Borttaera I.wIeaanest. $8,500,000 leaving '17.%;(),OOO of such "Ud =:: W-.... (..he.ts*Jt<.&ddesS....... for JrkMJC .n..o..j 1 .1 ti.-- "1.ea" "M4ste15S Gai.. ."-MJ..LAJt&.U'1iUo.-. Ii. _"J'_. '
And when" I sat down and took payments for the piesent quarter to be 8JOLUQ& CCc Less MerIsse aU c.--"ad.-. ", .... N .11 &.-0&It.- U
tam-a Booth Otrolinian dying ia a barn at met during the month of June. aes4Vamaesast.

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NEWS. of the State. (Mr. Richards has several .
;, .LOCAL new varieties of pineapples many of x t tj rn NEGLIGEE SHIRTS:

CO'TItinllfdlrom Page 1, which were obtained at Orlando and ., .;! hi 8
Winter The Egyptian Queen Ian 10 '- lTi.
-Mr..A.. Livingston, of Dayton, Is Park for many purposes,but ':: t rr" ANDwINDSOR

in town today.Mr. Is not good canned. The large pines, I:1; 11 tf =a nt1

.- J. II. Smith, of Goshcn, who was such as Trinidad, are shy bearers, and 0C 1-1 81 : TIES,
the fruit is rather course; but they are ,, () y
In town Monday, !lie Is going to the Are the Thing for Gentlemen to Wear this :
nays very handsome, and bring a good large !:! L'o :;; Proper Weather
Keys to bring up pineapple slips price-from $1 to $2.60/ per apple.In ij.g. Ul Oi. ... .

-Mr. J. F. Chime, of Malabar, was In commenting on the above, it maybe Ee; [ 0 01'1' WE HAVE THEM :
said that Mr. Richards docs not giveus / S Od
town Monday. Like most others, he the number of acres he has under cultivation ell h O. o E EId Eo M l..J i ts0ii

seems to ]have the "pineapple fever." nor the profits per acre, nor :!'UJo 0 ..- :
returned to town'laRt mode of culture. lie does not state the 0 > ((1 t3 Satin
Bell Carter
g; tf G LLmEgN : H Also Black Suspenders
expense per acre of raising them, I ;:: JrI 1
night, from her trip to St. Petersburg nor the variety cultivated, nor say : L'J' dp ,. ,

Tampa, and other places. She where they find a market, and there Is llg. [ 00 .. =e"a; i -. White Satin Lining, at One Dollar.
leaves for the north next week. tho omission of many other details essential CD IIIO
to a full understanding of the r g; Ro :
-The steamer Sweeney left here for subject, that would have been both interesting 5 r i' g. Oi- ..-... The Finest; Thing Out
New Smyrna this morning, to have her and Instructive. The accountIs E .. UJ tS:
bottom cleaned. She will commence given In general terms only, and moo :z &. ''sJ :c O:d -f m o -

running from New Smyrna on Monday. practical therefore,utility falls to, to meet those the who demands would engage of. P 1!C4 0; r 0+ _In O x M Z emsn CLOTHING OF ALL KINDS. SHOES A SPECIALTY.

Bee schedule. in the business, and learn from the g :: : (\ b'I :f i

-News has Just been received from experience of other Ayricvlturitt. m S" OQ-. C= u..... tj:: !m. Hg J. P. TURNER & COGroceries
that C. E. Cbanee Com ; IIii: r -
,", m
The following Item clipped from the ::r'
J1fl : =
c::> .
missioner has been critically 111 duringthe 0 l..J .
Ft. Madison, (Iowa,) Democrat, contains 6 .. 0 I::
past few days, but is now believed to information well worth remembering: : ligos-H ::; F d E. L. :se.:: ..:C .,
be on the road to ...
"Mr. John Roth of this city who met
-T1le regular meeting of Indian River with an accident a few days ago sprain trt:! QC.jCl P.fjpG g #2 gCJrj' Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer.

Lodge, F: A. M., will be held next Friday ing and bruising his leg and arm quite ) cn C ,

evening, the 19th Inst., in their Hall severely, was cured by one 60 cent bot- D J'c:') : l..J E!. I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of
over the Bankk. A full attendance is requested :!. "
tle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm. This
> Groceries
2'IM Staple Sc Fancy Fruit
as this will be the last meeting remedy is without an equal for sprains f2g

until fall. J. Mendel, Secretary.Mr. 1 and bruises and should have a place In en -s (Ur: 0 d And Food ProductsOf
I All Kinds. Also Stock of
.- R. R. Quay, son of Senator every houshold. For sale by Dixon: A My

Quay, Beaver, Pa.,; and Mr. J. Matt.j Gray. 174t Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton; Seed Meal,

derson,. of Philadelphia. arrived in
A Credit JAMES HOLMES, President. Ground Food and Wheat
Tuesday evening, on their way to St. Lu- to Titusville. BREVARD COUNTY I am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively the above line of

cle, where Senator' Quay has a winter ALBERT A. TAYLOR, Secretary. Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I invite your correspondence. and solicit
residence. They left for down the river The new store of J. W. Rogers A Co. your patronage. Very truly
"Wednesday evening. would be a credit to a city ten times the STATE BANK INDIAN RIVER 23. I,. Bra: ;: AT>Y.
size of Tltusville. The building has a

-Next Sabbath, being the day designated frontage of thirty feet and is one hun- ,
by the Prcxbytcrlan General Assembly dred in depth; of brick; substantially REAL ESTATE GEORGE M. ROBBERS, WALTER S. GRAHAM
constructed, and nicely finished throughout Attorney-at-Law. Attorney-at-Law.
:as Children's Day, the morning ; while the arrangement of the counters i
service, at cloven o'clock, In the Titusville shelving and other fixtures is ad- Incorporated 1880.. Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Company.;

\ Presbyterian Church, instead of the mirably adapted for the convenient and EXCHANGE
usual will ho in.ulo of satisfactory transaction of the particular CAPITAL:" ,
sermon, : exercises
line of trade in which the firm are Paid Up, 925.OOO. Robbins & Graham '
conducted by the children and older
engaged. An elegant stock of
new Authorized, $100,000. COCOA Indian River FLA. ,
members of the Snbbnth\ School. All are poodsln the several lines they carry has I ,

cordially Invited to attend.W. arrived and been placed in position,
which, with tho goods removed from the ACCOUNTS SOLICITED. LAW LOANS AND REAL ESTATE.
R.Sanders and his able assistant, old store, take up almost all the avail- Money to Loan at Lowest Rates. Property of All Kinds Bought, Sold'and: ,
JI. B. Archibald, )have been hard at work able space. All kinds of gonts' furnishing
goods, clothing, hats, shoes, trunks, DIRECTORS: Exchanged.
for the piutt two weeks, at the Clerk'soffice
the I valises, etc,, etc., tempt the passer by, G. S. HARDER, President. We have For Sale a Large List of Carefully Selected Indian'
making assessment roll of
up and seem to mock at the necessity of JAMES HOLMES, Vice-president. yyAll: inquiries will be promptlyand
the county for the present year. It will sending to Jacksonville or elsewhere for R. B. HOLMES, Cashier. reliably answered. Fire Insurance
require several weeks more to complete anything needed to complete the male ALBERT A. TAYLOR, J. M. SANDERS, written in standard companies at lowest River Properties

the original roll, after which copies will wardrobe. We have no doubt "Joe" J. F. WOOTKH. rates.
will esteem it a favor to show visitorsover Sale Lands Line
have to be made. From the careful, the establishment of which he is .Agents for of of the .Florida Coast

painstaking manner In which the gentlemen justly proud-oven though they have no Canal and Transportation Co.
named appear to be prosecuting idea of making a purchase.

their work, we believe the coming assessment The Co. C.A1V.AL L.A.1VDS.Florida .
will be more complete, and contain Sample Copies Free. Clyde Steamship Southern Railway, Jacksonville, Tampa A Key West Railway Company

less errors, than anything heretofore The Sunny South, our great Southern Lands. Dlsston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment Co.,
family weekly, should be taken in -
i every and other Low Priced Lands.
submitted the
County household. The Is
price only $2 a year, I
their approval. and a present which Is worth that Money to Xjoaxx .Llx7ys;; oxa. :TTo.xi.c3L.At .

amount or more Is sent for every yearly Ten afld Twelve per cent, in rums to urt.
subscription. A sample will be
Xlnoapi Growing on Indian sent free to any address. Write copy at once Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties.

Itlvcr.TTltusvillo -. to J. II. SEALS" Co., Atlanta, Ga. Address, p. o. box 108, Titusville, Fla._

is ncariy on the same latitude The Steamer Sweeney.After .

as Orlando, exactly as that of Sanford ED z.A D S 'ILIN"G-.
and while pineapples can be raisedno carefully considering the matter,
better without protection there, than the directors of the E. C. T. Co. have decided Cocoa Indian River Florida
at the latter Plac"\, just across the river, that It would not pay to run the ,.
fibre nearly \' wide, on the north Sweeney on the lower river for the pineapple Dealer In
em bead of Merrlt'i Island, the real season.It .
pineapple region Login.-in a sort of spur Is estimated that the shipments will PAINTS HARDWARE STOVES TINWARE & AGATEWARE
or penlnsnla protection says W. W. not aggregate over two thousand crates Now York Charleston and Florida Lines. ,
James, in the Florida Agriculturist.With per week, and If the new line were to get PLUMBERS' A MILL SUPPLIES, OILS, GLASS & PUTTY, TABLE

water protection on every side, one half of the aggregate, which U not ,& POCKET CUTLERY, BARBED WIRE, WIRE NETTING,
from two to six miles wide on the whole probable (when it is remembered that The magnificent Steamships of this, Line are appointed fc WIRE CLOTH.
length of the Island forty miles, pineapples her schedule would only be temporary) to sail follows :
can be raised in the open air with she would not be able to pay expenses. I as DOORS sass; c LJJ.\TDS: .:Ba.zOK":
profit, and where it ends opposite Eau Taking this view It has been decided not (STANDARD TIMC.:) ,
Qallle the line for them commences on to attempt to make an effort to secure From New York From Jacksonville. Lime & Cement, Shingles & Lath.
STEAMER Florida.
Pier 39,K.R.
the mainland, at that place and it be- the lower river business until another ( ) Guns Ammunition and Fishing Tackle of all kinds. Ship Goods Gauze
Wednesday, May 27th,at a P. M....!"CHEROKEE".......Tuesday, June 3d, at 1.00 P.M
comes better and better for their growth boat Is secured. The sweeney will compete Friday, May 29th,at S P. M....."YEMAB8ER,*'.......Thursday., June 4tb.1 2.30 P.M.. Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasoline Stoves, Coffins and Caskets;
the next sixty: or eighty miles until Lake for the up-river business, and make Monday, June let, at 3 r. "....."BEMrXOLE,",.......Hunday, June 7th, at BOOAM. ARTESIAN WELL PIPE a Specialty. Lawn Mowers, Ice
Worth is reached and Indian River eight two round trips Between New Wednesday,June 3d, at S p. ......"lRlKiUOIfl.. ........Tuesday, June Bin, at OJJO A.M. Cream Freezers; Brick, Lime Cement and
Friday, Jon 6th, at S P. ...,.. .AWONqUIl..Tbunda), June llth, at *.00 A.M.
miles to the northward, has found an Melbourne per week. Monday, June 8th, atS P. ......"CHKROKLK-1! .......Sunday, June 1'h, at 1030 A.M. Chimney Pipe; Flags A Bunting;
outlet Into the ocean. Down freights will leave New Smyrna Wednesday.June loth, atS p. M....."YEMASSBE."........Tuesday. June Itlth, .I12.ooDoon Table and Pocket Cutlery; Mouldings, Scroll Work, etc., etc.
Friday, June Uth: at 3 P. .....:.SEMINOLE '.........Thursday,. June 18th, at 1 JO P...
We cannot enter into detail to and
as the on Tuesdays Fridays, Monday, June 18th, at 8 P. ......"IROUUOIS/..........Sunday, JUDe21.C..t 800PM. Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free on application. Correspondencesolicited
Nit and eight acre tracts of pines at Mel- and be delivered to Melbourne and Intermediate Wednesday.June 17th, at 3 P. M......AUNQUlN.Tu..da', June 23d, at 5.00 A.M. and estimates furnished promptly.
bourne, of common Red Spanish variety points on the same days. Friday, June 10th, atS P. .....;.CHEROKEE' .Tbonda), June 25th, at 11,80 A."
Monday, JUIIIII'Jd.a P. ..,..;"YEMASSEE.Lunday, June 28th, at .JO A.M.
Band leaping over wide Interval will be taken
a of and
Up freight Mondays
Wednesday.June 24th, at a P. ......"8EMINOLE.".........Tuesday, June aoth, at 11.80 A.M.
space, wlU in troduce the readers to Thursdays, and be delivered at New Friday, June 26th, at 3 p. .......'IKOQUOia/! ':.........Thursday, July id at 1.00P.M.
THE: MODERN EDEN. Smyrna the same day. Monday, JuneSWth, atlr. ......"ALGONQUIN,"......Sunday, July bdt, at 3.00P.M. i
J. S. Watson Co.
Thos. E. Richards, in writing to a i
Northern agricultural journal says that A Bargain in Pineapple Lands St. Johns River Line. ,?

be came to Florida with impaired health,
and without a definite Idea as to what About 80 acres of as good pineappleland
would be his pursuit. He settled on the as can be found on Indian River, For Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points on Commission
banks of Indian IUver and found it comparatively situated between Eden and Ankona i
St. Johns River.Stean"e
free from malaria and frost. fronting on the river In the very hear the '
lie went into the pineapple business of the pineapple section, on Pineapple
with no experience and no sources of In- Itldge. Price $75. per acre. Land: on I
formation. Knowing nothing of the each side of it held at from one to two "EVERGLADE"LuYM I FORWARDING MERCHAHTS.! :
kind of soil required but acting on the hundred dollars per acre. Must be sold Jacksonville for Sanford,Sundays Tuesdays and Thursday,at 3 JO P.M. Return- *
advice of the neighbors, he obtained Inside of 30 days. Address, J. P. Turner ,big,leaves Sanford Mondays,Wednesdays and Fridays 10 A.M.

40,000 plants Red Spanish, at $10 per TltusTille, Fla. 10* I Steamer "WISlw.A.ICJL. '
thousand and set them out. In four I Dealers in Fertilizers
months they began to die In the heart or Resolution of Town Council. Leaves Jacksonville for Sanford Mondays and Fridays, at 830 P... Returning leaves *
Banf ord Sundays and Wednesdays'.00 A.M.
bud, and the land, which was on the ,
beach was then abandoned and he Legal Notice. The above steamers are fitted op with first-class accommodations for passengers, and the
that tables will be supplied with best In market.General P. Henderson & Co'sarden Seeds'orange
came across the river, at place I TOW COUJIOIL o. TillI
known a* Peck' Sound, to the main- Tow or Trrvfvux Passenger and Ticket flce.88 W. Bay St, Jacksonville.F. .

land. Here he put In a few plants, In WHKBJCA8,UM the lot accumulation of David 8.of tlntchlnaon mud and .M.IRONMONGER Jr., Florida Passenger Agent,M West Bay St.,Jacksonville Fla.J. I Boxes (Crates &: paper.
his present location and they did well. J.8.Stewart,Julia Berry, Mary M. Lund .O. PELOT Freight Agent,on wharf,footHogan Street,Jacksonville
Why the first ones died was then made The Indian River Loan and Investment Company JOHN L. HOWARD Florida Freight Agent,foot Laura Street,Jacksonville.Fla.
evident by subsequent \and the Jacksonville, Tampa 4t Key West J.A.LE8LIB Superintendent,fool Laura Street,Jacksonville,Fla.
experience. shell, Hallway Company, being the lots extending THEO.O.EOEK Traffic Manager,t Bowling Oreea,New York. CEMENT, PLASTER & HAIR. AGENTS FOB OCALA LIME
will not grow in shell land. Raw along the river front, la TitusvUle, from the MARSHALL H.()CLYDE Aast.Trafflo Manager K Bowling Green,New York.
either fine or course, will kill pineapple Indian River Uol.eJ0 the Railroad Wharf. U a Agents for the C. F. T. REFRIGERATOR *
menace the public health,therefor be ItRKSOLVkD CARS.
plants.In : by the Town Council of the townof WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Gen'l Agents.,
1881 he set out a Urge patch of THiurlUe. That the owner of Mid lot, a* wm Tarnish Car Wnea Desired and aee that taey are preperlv LOADED.ICXD.BI1X>
them; they grew well, and increased In above BametL be forthwith required to pawn 1. South Wharves,Philadelphia 0 Bowling Orem,New York. KD, and TJLACKD"D..UanJ.%
number until he has Mid mad and D.l from Mid k+t.,and to au tb*
plants under cultivation.nearly With 300,000 the future.semi la so And a*UM to prevent Marshal such hereby aonymnlatlnns required to la We will Buy all kinds of Fruits, Vegetables, Furs and Skins; In factwe

amount of labor put into the orange serve a copy of this resolution upon each: of said will Buy and Sell anything offered to as.Correspondence '
business, there is more to be realised, lotowners,In the Banner preecrtbed by :JNCI: : N' RIVER: : :aO'r: ..tJI:." solicited
It further on wants
any haye.
you may .
for pineapples bring return so much
BK8ULVKO, That after the Martial shall
lIOO er. bar filed proof of due Hrrloe of laid notice op. Respectfully, J. 8. WATSON & CO'
Sixteen hundred are set out acre on any of laid lot owner*,with the Town Clerk: TITUSVILLEIndian
U Mid ahall or-refuse
owner neglect to comply
at $16 per thousand for plants. They with the foregoing order for a period of Indo :
can be bought for less, but that Is the ,*after the filing of Mid proof of service of t_ River, T. ar. E.E: TON,
price for the best; and the Moond year noUo with movisad. Town marshal ahall
ptooeed to ( and nil U th lot
t.I1.t *
from planting they will yield nearly. of such delinquent,and ahau report the UpaDMof Fla. DISTILLER. ,'
much per acre as a ten-year-old orange such work to the Town Clerk with .. llea .
grove. :bed.tatment of inch upeaee, wom to by PURE
Mid which to shall be j
Marahal turn to sworn a
There Is not u much land as reported Ant lien on each lot,to be recorded and safes L M.MABBETTZ, '
In South Florida that can produce them ed in tbs manner prescribed for the enforcement tOujt*. ::IVTAfSBC W Jd I: S: .Y.
without protection but It would to of Mechanic'Lien Th Mayor U hereby PBOPB.
pay ....
directed and empowered bring suit forth
protect them. *enforcement of any suck Urns, la behalf of Distillery & Warehouse : LYNCHBURG TERN
An over-production of the fruit U a toe Tow Corporation.Don .
thing not at all likely. A fine wine, and *and ordered at a meeting of th*thin Rth Open All The Year.
at the Council Chamber,M Tlnuvill,
alto cider, can be mad from the fruit, day of June,111II1. T. J. Eaton & Co. Agents TUusvtlle, Fla.
M well as vinegar from the juice that Attest. -
Is far better than northern vinegar J.ibo..., ACh. Only a few minutes'
Itnady could likewise be made from Clark. B. R.Wiuo. walk from Railway depot
them, at they contain a great deal of 1.1.W. that lambs Clerk of opyof and Steamboat landings. ADVERTISE in this
MQchartne. matter. Pineapples can be hereby certify foregoing U a tr Paper.
canned to much advantage and It Is sure a resolution.of the Town Council, paaeed onJuneStXlSU. On the banks of the ;

to bo a notable Industry la this section LU4Jo.J J.W.Booua.ClsrK. far-tamed Indian Elver. Terzna
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