East Coast advocate

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East Coast advocate
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Titusville Fla
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June 26, 1891
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Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
28.591111 x -80.82


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note:
W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).

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"oL Q. TITUSVILLE, Indian River, FLA.., FRIDAY, JUNE Q6, 1891. No. 20. '

qualntances, better known as the mos. -Mr. O. K Wood, of Cocoa was In -Mr. J, C. Norwood, of City Point, Is -Trunks, bags and valises, at the Inspection of the Steamer

WTMLY quitoes. town Wednesday. in town. Basaar. *1 Sweeney. %

On account of the rain, Mr. G. W. Capt J. H. Smith has been visiting -Altrco has suits in hardwood from -Mr. W. R. Sanders, of Courtney, Is -
Washburn's house is not
completed. relatives In Jacksonville this week. $23. Gasoline stoves, the best on earth. In town today.Mr. East Coast Advocate: ,

Miss M. L. Carter Is ill at her home -Fourth of July. Go to Mrs. Deis- Call and see far yourself. 201Messr Will McCormick of Palm Beach This, the 24th, being set as the annual "
here ,
doctor has ;
no yet been called I
day of the steamer
rand Programme of and we think she is fast improving. er's for cold lunches, Ice cream and *. Watson and Young expectto Is stopping at Hygela Hotel, Old Point Inspection being Capt. William G. Lee's Swet'ner.anI maiden: ,, ;

I refreshments. 202. start for their homesteads. at Miami Comfort, Va.When I effort on Indian River, my curiosity was
Mrs. R. A. Conkling visited her homet
-There rain-fall of 2'75 Inches t tomorrow:morning. excited to BOO how he would perform ;,
Tillman on Saturday, and did not return was a you come to Tltusvllle on the
this duty. I was on hand bright and
Sports & Amusements to Melbourne Beach until Tuesday. between 9 and 12 o'clock on Wednesday '-Go to'J.: P. Turner A; Co. and save 3rd, don't fall to call at the Bazaar, early, at 4:30: a. m. In a few mtnutea

Divine service was held here at the morning. One inch of rain means 100 from (3.00 to 110.00 on a nice suit of where you cnn got first-class goods at a the gallant captain, In com party with the

school house, last Sunday. A goodly tons of water to every acre of land where clothes. .: -1Mrs low price. veteran Headman Inspector of Boilers, ,

-Will be Held FRIDAY 3rd number much the were sermon present delivered, who enjoyed by Rev.very Mr. the rain fell. It is time our ditches In Johnson, of Melbourne, left -Mr. Goo. Ensoy, of Tropic, who has came"Well aboard boys, I, am with here the are familiar you ready }

Lane, of Ohio. town were opened. here yesterday for her old home in Ohio, been spending a day or so in town, returned Cant. Paddlson replied that they were,

Notice. Parties wishing board durIng -I where she will remain some time. home to-day. and ordered Mr. Biggs, tho mate to wait I

A Lively Day AnticipatedYACHT Confederate Veterans. the summer season, can get same at I By* subscribing $1.50 per annum -Bread la the staff of life" Altroo's on hammer Capt. Lee and, who chisel replied; I am"Wolf going{, !got to see mea

[ --.. the Indian River Hotel, Tltusville, Fla., I for the Ax VOCATK, It will only coat you yeast cake; never falls to make It. Ask what condition she Is in. There Is Ito ,

A meeting of Confederate Veteranswas on and after the 13th of May, at reduced Three Cents Per Week, Postage Included, for them. 201 monkey business about me." lie doffed t
your grocer
held on June 18th, and formed a rates. Apply to I. M. Mabbotte. 13* his coat and hat, and ordered the hatch
of the United States.
[ RACES, BASEBALL, FOOT preliminary! organization. Capt. R. P. any part Communion services will not be forward to ho removed, and down the '

RACES GREASY POLE, 'addison was called to tho chair, and A. -J. S. Watson &; Co. have just received -Mr. .t. W. Huntington read the service hold next Sabbath ut tIll Presbyterian hold ho went. In the course of half an

D. Cohen as Secretary. 'The names of two hundred bushel of new, at St. Gabriel' Episcopal Church Church! as heretofore announced, on account hour he emerged through the hatch in
BASKET DINNER, the following persons were reported: home-grown Bermuda onions. Send the stern of the boat, having made'.
last There fair
Sunday. was a con
very of tho Illness of tho pastor.
DANCING. II. B. Archibald, Confederate steamer them orders. 183 thorough and rigid Inspection of every
Wando;" R. P. Paddison, 20th N. C.J; your gregation. Episcopal church. Rev. B. F. timber In her. After getting through,:

W. B. Sanders, Anderson's Battery, Ga.; -Mrs. Geo. Altree, accompanied by '-Mr.: Guy Motcalf, of the Tropical Brown will conduct service at this I I ills work, ho was naked how he found
MILITARY DRILL. TITUSVILLE A. D. Cohen Chaplain 40th N. C. St. T. her and "Her hull U .
; her son, Archie, who have boon stopping Sun Juno came to town Wednesday, replied, as good as
up 11 o'clock
church Sunday-morning at
BRASS BAND. 101. Goldsmith, Ordinance Officer, N. C.; now, and her !general condition better
Dr. B. L. Wills, 1st Ky. Cavalry; E. C. in town for some time past started for and left on yesterday morning's train to and evening at 7:30.Misses : than any boat I liavd Inspected"compliment

Cuthbert, Capt. 5th N. C.; Jas. Pritch- their home In Sanford on Tuesday. look'for more help for his offlco. Edith and Jennlo Altrco ar- that Mr. Hlpgs, tho mate, highly
Confederate 'Veteran Assocl- ard, Capt. 1st Mo. Infantry; Jas. Smith; appreciated. In the meantime, Me.
R. P. Paddison and other -J. S; Watson & Co. have always on
-Capt. rived last evening and are staying with
A. A. Stewart; Joseph Smith, N. C. Headman put a pressure of 2(10( pound*
tlon. After matured consultation, it was resolved gentlemen have purchased the steamer hand a fall lino of the best fertilizers their father. "The young ladles launched on the, boilers, and 1 pronounced them .

It lias long been felt that an effort to appoint a committee to notifyall Ancient City, of.St. Augustine, which made; new lot of cotton need meal, and Into pleasure at once by attending firstclass.A .

should bo made to form in Brevard co. Confederate Veterans in the vicinity, started for Titusville Tuesday, and arrived soft phosphate-home production-just tho dance last evening. very amusing Incident occurred t
and request them to meet here on July showing the know him Several ,
an association of survivors of the land little after received. 183 man, as we :
and marine services of the late Confederate 3d, at 4 p. m., for the purpose of completing here a one yesterday.For -Why send your orders to Jacksonville applicants presented themselves for

States. For this purpose a pre the organization, and to unite in sale, lands on Indian and St. Singapore, India, produces a pineapple for your fertilisers, when you can examination for pilots; among them one.

liminary meeting was held in Masonic the celebration contemplated.The Lucie rivers. All choice selections, for of such fine flavor that it Is preferred help keep up a home enterprise, and got whoso name we will not give, was askedIf
Hall, TituBville, on the 18th Inst. A following committee was appointed he could box the compass. He replied
to the West India This
[ temporary organization was formed; a : W. R. Sanders, A. A. Stewart, pineapples, lemons, truck and bananas. pineapple. tho goods just as cheap, by buying them that ho could. ",Yell, go on then." So ,
| committee appointed, consisting of representative T. J. DeSteuben, M... Goldsmith, A. D. On terms to suit Address!, Frank I last year 120,000 cases of two dozen 2Jlb. from J. S. Watson & Co. 183 rapidly did he do It, that he almost made

men from various parts of Cohen. I Forster, Orchid, Fla. 14* I cans of this product have been sold In -Mr. L. A. Manloy, of Belfast, Ireland the air blue, and before he !got through y
the county, and the meeting adjourned The Secretory was requested to have London, at an average of about $1.50 he was told to stop. The Captain turned *
I to the morning of July 3rd, when it is the; proceedings of this meeting published -The inland of St. Michael, In the who has been pleasuring on Indian to him, and said, "Ned. I know you
I proposed' that the veterans from every In the publIc prints. Azores, Is said to produce the finest pineapples per case.Mr. River and Lake Worth for some months and I know you are a good pilot, and 1 : t+
| part of the shall assemble at Titnsville A. D. COHEN, Soc'y. world. The entire D. L. Gaulden and little son, and past, Is now In town again, having arrived am going to give you a license f know
in the products
1 .! and mare in.procession_with-: Titusville, Fla,, June 19th, 1801. to London and commanda Mrs. Stephens, started for Ankona on Wednesday, in his yacht, from the you have been drunk, and I tell you
shipped if drinking
I hear of ,
now ever orcutting
River your
but following-toe Indian Guards.
.. Monday, Mrs. Stephens has a home- lower river. t
The attention of every resident of Bre- from -75:- cents to W- each, according; up on boat, as l you did one*, v'
vard county who served under the Confederate LOCAL NEWS. size, at wholesale.J. stead at that place, and she went downto -Mr. C. B. Rogers, Deputy United your name Is Mud, and Til take your license
flog, on land or sea, is respectfully look after It, as she will shortly leave away, and you will never get one
directed to our Association; and P. Turner &; Co. would like to for Kantas. for a time, whore she has a States Marshal for the northern districtof again, while I am In office. I have mad

all such are requested to attend and take Society and General Gossip In connection call your especial attention to their sister who is quite an invalid. They returned Florida, was in town last night hawing up my mind that I will break any man ,
part in the procession and meeting at arrived from Jacksonville on tho evening who gets drunk. Tho thing has got to
with Indian lllver and Worth section guaranteed whole stock $2.50 calf ;
fake Wednesday.In'orato be This of having ladles
TitusvlUe, on the morning of July 3rd. stopped. thing /
train. lie loft for Sanford this
*during past week. Brief mention of warranted. also
shoe-every pair They to accommodate whoaredeeid9os4of'attending and.! children intrusted to the care of
Titusville, June 20th; 1891 Interesting Event;. About People Yon .persons "
morning. will not be tolerated
the'nleest line of derby'and; crush drinking pilicors ,
'Know, Duel ,,People You Don't Know carry ; the celebra- I .
by me.
A Bargain In Pineapple Lands 'Picked up by Our Society Editor. hats In the city. -1 tion at"tusville on Friday July 3rd, the I Messrs. DIxon A; Gray's drug store I think the Indian River Is to be con

-Mr. H.Turner, who has a home on the steamer Sweeney will make her northbound has had new sill and joints placed underneath gratulated on the promotion of Capt.

About 80 acres of as good pineappleland g$- Advertisements under this heading St. John's, and also a residence and orange I trip to Smyrna on Wednesday, It, and yesterday It was movedto Lee Those gentlemen don't Intend 'to
be found Indian River waste any of Uncle Sam' time. They
as can on ,
the of Julia street and Wash
ten cents line week. Hill to leaveIn returning on Thursday in order to leave corner
situated between Eden and Ankona; are per per grove at Oak expects I arrived here lost night, Inspected the
fronting on the river, in the very heartof I -Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Reynolds, of a day or two for his home in Tun- Melbourne Friday morning at S. a. m. ington avenue. Mr. ,V. II. Myers has Hweeuey, examined four applicants for

the pineapple section, on Pineapple Palm Beach, were in town Sunday, on bridge Wells, England, and will return R. P. Paddlson, Gen'l. Manager. *1 the contract for Us.removal. license, and returned at U a. in. this .

Ridge. Price $75. per acre. Land on their way north. to Indian River about the first week In -The steamer Sweeney stopped over -The Duke of Marlborough 1 Is aboutto (Wednesday) morning. SPECTATOR J
each side of It held at from one to two
hundred dollars per acre. Must be sold -Mrs. M. C. Weaver left here yesterday November. at Tltusvlllo on Tuesday, for the pur- visit America, and will bring with hima t
Inside of 30 days. Address J. P. Tur- of undergoing an Inspection by the amount of capital to Invest In
to Join her husband, who Is In Atlanta -Capt. Billy Lee is now a government pose large City Point
ner, Tltusville, Fla. 16* Ga. official, having recently been appointed government officers appointed to attendto Southern State The Duke should Invest .

Fort Pierce.Mr. -J. S. Watson A Co. have receivedtwo Inspector of Hulls for this port. The that duty. Capt. G. W. Lee and Mr. his money on the lower river., and I Mill Rosa Culver, of Iowa, 1* sojourning -

carloads of pineapple crates. Write. Captainwho at one time was known a* II. Headman, Savannah, were the officers become a "pineapple king." with Mrs. H, 8. Black. '
who the boilers eto.
them for prices. 183Messrs. the Munchausen of the St. Johns River, Inspected -The Ladles' Guild of St. Gabriel's Miss Daisy Perham, of Quit man, Ga*
Roy Shear paid Ten Mile Creek a Ii the Inventor of an Incubator for hatching Capt. Lee was around town Tuesday Church decided, last Friday, to subscribe I I. visiting her aunt, Mrs. Bharpe.: .
visit on Sunday, and reports a very good S. M. Lorimler and F. Du- evening shaking hand with hU
time. started for Gainesville Monday alligator eggs,' and, several>years many a certain sum towards the purchase Mr. Noah Agoe' health U steadilydeclining
ren morning old acquaintances. The Sweeney started Ida "
ago, he and Capt. Bravo Intended going of a new flag for the Indian River much to tho regret of
homesteads at Miami.
On Sunday Mr. B. Merriwether was to enter scale. on her Journey to Melbourne at seven many friend
Into the business on an extensive Guards. A few
made the father of another little 10ung'ladl8I were appointed -
Thousand Dollari to loan at o'clock .
Wednesday morning.The
-Twenty Felix Poppell ha just completed the
girL -Southern Tour//". to collect the remainder of the
10 cent If taken quick in sums to task of planting out 1,440 tree
per ; new Industry of camphor orange
Mr. Tyndall came up on Sunday, from Graham.13eU -Quite an Improvement Is being made production money, so the flag may be presented to for Mr. Brush
Robbins &
down the river,In schooner he bought suit gives promise of being permanently the Guards next Friday.Mr. 1
around town within the last week or so, '
from Capt. Hogg. -Stop at the Travelers Hotel when you established In Florida says the James Robinson 1* engaged in aettiaff
citizens waking to the fact out 21 In trees for Dr. C.i;
well-known eore.
by our up J. M. Llbbey a ntu- orange
under the It ll believed
Mr. E. Summerlin left for Titusville go; to Jacksonville; manage- Commercial Advertiier.
and various other points on the river ment of Burton KVBorrs. See advt. on that shade trees planted around their that in ten years time there will be more dolan and composer of music, of Lake A. Dents Son. t #
lot look much better than Mr. A. Faber contemplate some extensive .
last week. 3rd page. *t.fMa building camphor trees than orange trees In Florida Helen, arrived In town from New Smyrna
having our streets look so bare of any. on Tuesday. Oar readers no doubt addition to his already commodious 1
Paine and E. Summerlin
Messrs. J. the will
McCormick of'aim and that camphor Industry
and Mrs. R. R. dwelling.
have some very nice looking Egyptian thing like a shade tree. The setting out remember that Mr. Llbbe,' and family o
be than that of .
Queen pines growing on their land. Beach, are now sojourning at the of these trees not only improves the appearance more profitable sugar.It gave; concerts In Tltusvllle and- oa Indl- Dame Rumor says Will Black, formerly '
Netherwood Hotel, Netherwood, New Is stated that the camphor obtained of this community, wo married em
The weather Is becoming very warm of the land-owners1 property, an River some months ago, and would
the Florida trees the 23rd Inst. at Middleburg Fla.
from approaches more ,
and will be there for a few days t
and makes people wish they could Jersey, enhances the value also
pow, but considerably ; have been here again ere this had not
without working. Saturday nearly to that of Japan than to Chinese Tom Robinson I I. around on crutchI -.
get along had longer.Mr. as well a* making the town attractive to since the odor of safrol Is distinctly his family been taken ill with typhoid wound received from the accidental
was the hottest we have yet. E. D. Beggs, of Kissimmee, arrived camphor, I The
the traveling public. fever. He has been engaged to teach discharge of his pistol I* healing nicely. ,
Mrs. :Black, of Tampa, arrived here In town Monday evening, to attendto recognizable.A
last Tuesday, on a visit to her parents. some land matter for Mr. J. C. Car- -The following, who have taken up few of the friends of Hon. H. F the Tltusville brass band, and.he win also Ed. Agee baa been visiting his father

She wo formerly one of Fort Pierce' ter of the same town, who has been homesteads at Miami, started on their Atkinson gave an Informal supper In hii I teach a vocal class every Tuesday. for a week past They took the southward

belle We hope she will spend a pleasant stopping, at the Indian River Hotel for a journey Monday morning, on board the honor____. _at. the___ restanratint of n _Messrs.______ Norton _, n. A thorough music teacher U much needed bound steamer, on Monday, tar '
while here.
time week I schooner R. A. Hardee: C. E. Davis, A Lewis last Friday evening. The 4 in our town, and we have no doubt Jupiter. 4 4A
:Miss Lily Bell bought a splendid little or so. 1 he will meet with success. couple of rattlesnake have bee
Sam Belcher and Charlie and
pony come time back. We are pleasedto -Hr. J. R. Carter, of Merritt, who Ely Spencer, affair was hastily gotten up, was quite recently patched to Join "
see how well it is growing. She is hu been on a two weeks' trip to St. 'Christian Mr. Davie bought a tent unattended by any ceremony but none -The New Enterprise says: "Every: majority. Their varigated Inte mena*

looking forward to the time when she Augustine, Savannah, and other places, from Woodward, the photographer, so the leu enjoyed by those present and year every local paper gives from 100 went to Frank Llpp for mUeeUaneaM

can go riding on It. returned here Monday, and left for his that he may be in a position to accommodate the remark made by several of the par to' 6,000 free lines for the sole benefit of purpose

In last week's ADVOCATK was a very home at the above place on Wednesday. his brother homesteaders duringthe though free from any attempt at oratory the community In which it Is located. Mr. A. L. Hatch, accompanied by Me.'
been making +
true letter citizen, written would by rather a Mr. Most sailboat -Capt. W. B. Watson, who ha retired time they are erecting residence for were no doubt quite flattering to No other agency can or will do this.! Joseph tour of observation Paxton of the west cooat-
of our go ihemselve He also took a complete the honored of the occasion. to his
of the guest The local editor proportion and thereabout
than by steamer, as the rate are from the Commodoreshlp Tampa
outrageous. We are very sorry that .the Indian River fleet, is seriously thinkingof outfit of household paraphernalia along Representative of both the Star and the means does more for hie town than any Market IMvievr.

other line did not come down here. joining the Salvation Army. This with him, which made it appear a* if he ADVOCA.TB were present and helped to other ten men, and ought to be supported New Tonic, 3l1ne"2,, 189L

Parson Gove held service here on Sun- will necesslate the Captain's studying were going into the hotel business u do Justice to the biU of fare. ; not because you happen to like him arriving regularly
1 day.* looking.We are He sorry told to UI see the how doctor sickly had he infantry tactic Southern Tourtit. u well u pineapple culture. -A lady who gave the ADVOCAT a I or admire his writing, but because a Watermelons, by every steamer are but quality..**.

ordered him to take a rest and holiday, With all due respect to the above Journal Meurs. A. T, Monteua and A. Sim can this week In referring to the great local paper la the best Investment a inferior, and selling from f 13 to$30,.

ao we hope, when he returns, he will be we believe the Captain I* two fond mon, of St. Augustine, are about to open Dumber of young and old unmarried community can make. The papers may cr large are bbL wanted.Feabes LeConte$UG&0.pant.J..

in much better health. of the steamboat business to enter into a bakery in the new tore just built ladles la the northern cities, said that an not be brilliant or crowded with great Scrate"Tomatoeacarriers, 73e.i

Lately there ha been added to our I the Salvation Army so young in life. by Capt. Lund, on Washington avenue, old lady friend of hen who had six: unmarried thought, but financially 1* of more IoL25;crates 60 eenta to $1. Onlra* I

list of numerous insect, a black bug, Messrs. Win. Egan and B. C. Smith, I I where they purpose keeping a good .and daughters, fed them largely on benefit to a community than the preach fI per to NewpoUtofirm,...ffl
which 1* very annoying, u they get into I Understand us now; we from $X80 $S per bbl. KneIndlonRlvwfancy appt 6
everything, and give a nasty bite. They who are in the pineapple business at first-class supply of bread, tarts, pie, a fish diet, because, as she ingeniously er or teacher. We.; medliuj w.

aeemed to have come just after the rain.I Eden, came up to town Wednesday etc Mr. Bunnell 1* busily engaged observed, fish I* rich in phosphorus, and do not mean morally or intellectually: to lie. Charleston *, maf1

sag this Is not the only place that Mr. Smith (who hills from London,England building a large brick' oven, and the phosplorn lithe most essential thing In but financially, and yet on the moral of I. te __

premise are undergoing alteration, ao asked her U she question you will find the majority I
)) left yesterday on a visit to other making': matches. We of J. M. Llbbey.

Malabar.We parts of Florida while Mr. Egan (topped that the store may be opened by the 4th had ever'atudled the question u to the local papers are on the right side of local Teacher of piano, violin, organ and *

here to "take in" all the sight of of July. Mr. Monteua has been eight whether marriage was a failure and she the question. To- ay the editors band and orchestra instrument thorough

town. :Mr. Egan came up to meet hi yean inb ulnas In St Augustine,where at once started off to catch the steamer paper do On slat work for At taut but and harmony, will be dMIIDo]s 2*"

have had a great deal of rain for: brother, who arrived from New York I he still ha an Interest in a grocery bud- Sweeney for strip on Indian River. The money of any mien m tarth. Subscribe taltn&CG cmlwlU okapi word&
the week and all the tree and I II local not a* a charity but Ug
put, ness so our reader feel pretty ran of old "cbslrnut" for your paper; *
plants are growing very fast Since the lad night. They expect to. return to ; may I question was too much. an Star office. W ) f
of getting good thing at this store. for her. a* an Investment.
rain we notice a few of our old ac- Eden to-night


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TITUSVILLH I FLORIDA. royal pomp and splen It is tho men who pay compliments; azoa () .>, on: "

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will not be accepted as acauso of, of the Prince of Wales, is an exeellent o a 0 Z > z a z Qh
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matters 110W.stanJ,_1,250,000: best," The city sends a suitable With many young men wild oats do "h a I'll b 0' 9 X ntq
the .
nry to meet the all not seem to go against grain.A "z ::0 ma
l'oreonlln this country possess $1G,- sea King, 0 0 t
the ; man doesn't have to crack many o a
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while 61,600,000 own the magnificent ( "
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sum of 91ofiOO,000,000lie : *. cash his favorite subjects bend Tho ducks and drakes a man makes 3 '

bill carry him in a gaudy car of his money seldom lakes to water. Write for our New SO page Catalogue of all kinds of Vehicles. rj
'/ investments of the not lcblld. it is Addres.'SOUTHERN .
square, there to sit for Man studio woman with amaze-

ta American secnrl.tleeare estimated to entirely one and only ruler of his ment; woman studios man with re BUGGY CO.

amount to 60000000. During the Benign of counte CINCINNATI OHIO U.S.A.

long career of the house it has raised accurate easily the reins of gret.A choir loft is a place of stralnl-

43,000,000.000 for European govern "so fine, or twenty feet tall, and principally of strained relations among Se Jettz

ments. ____________ I, ers have ho yet has his the members. _
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sense, written and delivered for Brokers'are kind hearted people.
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coin as a cashier. But 65,000,000 of and alone that commands A man likes the woman ho can rca tt tBPi

people in this will on recklessly and tho dancing to com- with likes the she LfllssssEEitEiEEE69GEEi9R
country go the throo I son { a woman man ;
handling all tho gold and silver thrown onoo, and to continuo :. can plead with. 68EE l I Il
the whole of hi a reign,
they can get in their fingers, predictsthe out A woman usually hits what she is l r i. th lift ElEi36sI

Now York Press in spite of tho then being left to do- throwing at when she throws tho ; e ,
chance of a deluge or
warning. careful blame on tho men.
mistral. LARGEST
(Germany is sold! to be making commercial after 'sovereign rules in tho ; A little backing water, a little lack UNSURPAS SED C "PRODUC hT

treaties with Belgium/ Austria stamp of people as docs King Car of sand, will looso the grip of millions FOB .* 1 PIANO FACTORIES

Italy and Switzerland, with .the "Hero he will an inauguration and a Wall street nabob strand. OtdE TOUCH ,

aim,of injuring France. The raotiv get balls are held allover the No man ever began an' argument ANO INISf e' a i' WORLD.;. ,

may be unworthy, admits tho Chicago I first are repeated again and with a woman ,a second time. Who _

News,''but if Germany's action should ; bankers. he say, .'Danco !I" ? Then says experience is not a good teacher. I 'S J

revolutionize European opinion at to a bill, it are stationed within There are more men with domestic N JAN 2i G

the benefits of commercial union the that it ; and the light fantastic tastes than thero aro women with inclinations 'Dyf 11_

*odd will be tho gainer., is the the street cor. for business
upon very or professionallives. "
such daylight, by the shy TEEEE HAUTE NEWPORT,

Brazil seems, for the time to have I moon, and by tho glare of s When an unmarried woman has

disappointed! its enemies and settled and lanterns. Does ho she
passed thirty begins to have great
down to a respectable and quiet existence it is ; and confetti? Then mil. faith in tho good, sense and judgment

notes the San Francisco Chron but wo and tons of
plaster of her acquaintances who did not
icle.' It now has a regular constitution man,
until and
everything marry until they were thirty-five.
and president and is a praise- that
covered. Does lie
com '
An old woman is a better counselorfor
worthy example of good behavior. "No; "
? Ills subjects mask '
tho young' than an old man. An a
How long this will last is a question severely
I safe from the confetti), old man will intersperse his words of
but it is while it does
a good thing
the form and character of advice with anecdotes of what a sly
last. that ho
fore in earth, air, firo and young devil ho used to bo when he I

London Is said to require a daily there are he crave a review? Bo- was a boy. ..

supply of more than 160,000,000 gallons country gorgeous procession of

of water. Of this 15,000,000 gal- ''I reptiles, birds, animals A Ghost at the Throttle
of all nations. "I don't think any Eastern railroad
lone come from deep wells in the
the -
engineer has tho terrible [Patent applied lor.]
i a wink or hint to forgotten
chalk, the rest from other sources, They are This Is one of the most convenient pleasure and business vehicles for the lawyer
principally from the rivers Thames I and bo merry, tools and Richmond switch disaster on the Providence f-lineM man or on eartfi. Owing to the oouitrjiption of the body
to the I & it.. very lame time v ry durable and ia the hmntl-
and Leo The water from tho chalk town clothes are thrust into tho Slonlngton road. It had a tomttt pleasure of butttttit rehiel on the market
and old pavings-stock very pathetic feature about it. A lit- A WRITTEN GUARANTEE GIVEN ON EACH VEHICLE, ,
though very free from organic impurities much Til Cbfl '.Bet liMad cuts ttUckti 0 titaeM la 02IX KOTTl Writ tat Wets. citrate TuUt

not softened, is exceedingly costs the hard householder, and if try to out the; and brain tho so stomach unduly Is tle and brook carried became away swollen a railroad by the bridge.rain TERRE. HAUTE CARRIAGE AND BUGGY CO., Terre Haute, In !..

endless for boilers a habit of merriment so Tho train came rushing along that ---- .
expense cleaning :
and obstructed pipes. people that no customary occu night and was hurled into the chusm.

one again bo even thought tot Giles, the engineer, when he saw the C

they like danger ahead, instead of leapingfrom RSON's
yesterdays have helped
E fRffDjl
large emigration from Russia
When :
the engine as the fireman did, grasped
into obllvion.nelford's
to the United !States has
greatly enlarged
if he has
tho lever and reversed tho engiuo. But .
the volume of correspondence i'J'b! .
it was too late. The train was goingat
between the two countries, although
released Equine Freak. such speed that tho locomotive .
the )letter mall has Increased far more where if be seen at tho corner of leaped clear across the stream and they ,
than tho newspaper mail. There is
with his avenue and Kearney found Giles lying under his over. IS4tQ
an excellent reason for this, maintains Aruord
would intervals during the
turned engine with the lever driven Strol
the Sau Francisco Chronicle get into that would make a com- through his body, and one hand
There would not bo much use in pay- mit to for its if
owner placed clutching the throttle valve with the THIS is the machine that
tag postage on a in tho '
newspaper of in a dime museum. Nei grasp of doath. .' wl = 1
knowledge that when it should<< have to a- master, however, seem ( is used in the Office,
Giles, when to came into Provi-
.reached Russia the polyglot censor "How with a desire for fame, deuce, was accustomed to give two CINCINNATI Sho110: I:andQuickest Court-room, and for reporting
would be likely to all of it
asked a is content apparently to
: peculiar whistles ns a signal to his lectures and sermons.
u dept the name and dato to a coat of er. days at his Allotted task Compartment and Pullman Palace
wife, who lived near, the railroad
anti-corrosive paint skillfully applied "Well about Steeping Cars through without change, 'While its speed is greater than any
an express wagon where it enters the suburbs of the. making direct connectionJaCENTRALUNIONOT
with a blacking-brush. and bad i. other known method, it is so simple
city that. he was all right/ and would that
and he ordinary-sized gray horse, DEPOT for Ol LOUIS any intelligent person can gain a
soon be home. The absence of these ,
China's Isolation is already a pieceof pupil amiable cast of counte- And the WEST, and with Throujjn carlines speed of 100 or more words per minute
whistles w'ae the first Intimation which for in five or six weeks, without the
ancient history, and it will not be touch, with nothing remarkable
was received'at Providence of tho r red.the aid of an instructor. Circulars and
for want of European intrusion if the : the possession of a HI IW4UU
disaster. When the engine which testimonials sent to all who mention
great empire docs not wake up to better This is mustncho. Tho abo with through car this
made the terrible leap on that stormy tines DETROIT I paper.
the European instruction. The time, carefully trimmed and for
night was rebuilt and put on tile road and Points in Canada
navigation of the Yang-Tse-Kiang by a further the owner of the hone, but BUFFALO E. T. PIERCE, FAYETTE, OHIO,
again, there was at first great trouble and the East. .-.
steamers has received a new stimulus running of this unusual append in Only one change of cars Sole Agent for U. S. and Canada.
getting engineers for it, with such
by tho addition of Chung-King: whichis very ) pay but little attention to
a superstitious horror was it regarded. Meridian NEW ORLEANS
situated on that river at a distance of may be been known, at least, ,
Today there are people ready to swear Jackson, Vickkburs, Points in .. .
U90 miles from the sea, to the Dumber any as men do, but by watch AND THE
that they have heard whistles, such as TEXAS .
of treaty ports. In the treaty fetters it may be observed Giles used to blow as signals to his :mST. I.
pwtl foreign merchandise Is admitted ing ink it occasionally in a. critical Passengers via this line are afforded an THE TRAVELERS
ana native woll wife, sound through the suburbs of excellent view of Lookout Mountain and ,
products are exported on a
Providence when no train is coming surrounding Historic Scenery.S. Jacksonville Florida.The .
the payment of an ad Talo'rcm duty ofper' old, and was born in ,
up the road. And I am not prepared to
6 ent This duty once paid at server so far as can be learned
C. S. E. Pass. Atlanta .
say they aro wrong, says an old KAY Agt.,
t&angbal, foreign good are sent on to there Is member of his family engineer in the New York World. Ga.I Travelers, corner Bay and Cedar

Ctmng-KIng without additional these been blessed with either I D. J. MULLANET, Div. Pass. Agt., streets Jacksonville, Fla.: A new brick

charge, and distributed thoro to the picked whiskers. On the con- I Chattanooga. hotel nearest to all railroad stations and
The Great St. Bernard Pass. D. O, EDWARDS, O. 1'. & T. A., steamboat landings. Especially adaptedto
remoter markets thu without
on payment of "Yes lip win sus
The great St. Bernard is a pass of CINCINNATI O. transieot. business. Elegantly fur-
the slight additional tax of :2 per cent feit bills hair, and his mother, of the Pennine Alps in Switzerland nishgd rooms, single or en suite. Tableas

'- -- been a stranger to such a thlu:. THE good as the. best. This hotel was built,
The editors of popular Call. where there is a monastery built by furnished and operated as a $3.00 a day
newspapers Bernard de Monition, a Savoyard NEW LEVER SAFETY house; rates are now reduced to $2.00 a
magazines have many experiences ofTthe a while the
nobleman, in 902, for the benefit of service is better than ever.
ia common and one of those experiences The la Cremation LJrn,. Breakfast from 8 to 9; lunch from 11:30to
according to the New York Ob. about a craze, says a London let- pilgrims to nome at an elevation of 8 SO; dinner from 3:30 to 7 SO. This
8150 feet above the level of tho sea. is the only hotel in Jacksonville serving
server, is the receipt of a large num. gets Philadelphia Telegraph, is
This is near the line of perpetualsnow regular meals at these hours. All others
of article that are not available for and cremation urn, and use are at least one hour later. Use the
use The Ladies' Homo Journal re.. I quires till it should happen and Is the highest habitation In Travelers' omnibus the tickets save 23

calved during J890 15,205 manu- out a All the large china Europe. Its inmates are monks of the i\ \ / tents each W11.BURTON. 1

scripts, Of theso 22t10 were poems; to having had several order of St. Augustine, and have long K. BARRS

lUG stories, and UU9 miscellaneous outlay. while silversmiths have enjoyed a great celebrity:: for their hu- ,
mane efforts in saving and assistinglost 10 Proprietor.OUR .
Of the poems sixty-lx were taken, a favored. An enthusiastic

accepted; of the stories, only twenty- would of my acquaintance has travellers in tho mountains. The >. ..........."---

, one, and ot the article, 410, of which fully. delightful little old silver monks are admitted at the age of : NEW IMPROVED SINGER
eighteen and take a vow toiemalu for I The PERFECTION of SIMPLICITYand
latter, however over 300 were 'solicited collar ornament his sideboard, HIQH ARM, Tiua ."1.&.OIlLya.oo (9
fifteen The dogs of St. Ber. ECONOMY of POWER.
article Thus, it will bo seen ofthe any guest happen to ad- year d Mp
I entire 15,000 manuscripts only weight told that those are for nard also enjoy a world wide fame I NO cu.. ; : -sUE3. Zt.i :.I tn 'r:'

I 497 wero acoapted, a trifle over three i l I, which are to be di fur their sagacity in assisting the : VARIABLE STROKE, only two sets wc.9 t." fj ( v x-l

I per cent Deducting from this the 300 The sent to two old valued monks ia tracking out those who have i of Revolving Bearings. r .eXClW ..21
i been so unfortunate as to sink ex.tainted Beet Hill Climbing and all around W ..
accepted article
written at the editor's these fascinating little l' Safety made. JZ i E rYo

I solicitation, the, net percentage of un. tourists' are even made in gold, among the snows of these I W R D' .1'10

\ solicited manuscripts accepted is America ordinary urns, which sublime but terrible Alpine height. QA.'r.A..OO'C'E 2FEK3EX3.:
I brought down to 197 The "! too One famous dog saved forty lives. p
or a little more dining-room
A. CO.. PHIU. Pa.
i than one per went men" used as pot-pourrl This pas was traversed by 30,000 CO. cuRen:
French troops, under Napoleon ia r.:.
are stoneware, the same SMITHVILLE EITS a LARGE TKUL BOTTLJj

touts.Be sure\ 'ateat suscribe nevs.for this paper* II travel -fuidoued 'toby jugs. I 1800.-fN w York Dispatch.. N. J. G...".''O&G."4A.U.r.

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any other political party and will not r that great numbers of he best farmer quUr .UD tuiuous.

TALKS. recognize individual comrni.teo that !{I who have heretofore held aloof, waitingto rIM

propose or eaten into such jui on, ns tee,what the alliance intended to dot laid
affiliated with the After Tho warmest place In Europe Is
people'! pany. are coming into the orJeti having become .
NEWS OF THE ORDER FROM the adoption of this resolution! the memo satisfied it meant businew. Besides for .. be Malaga. It

ALL SECTIONS. ben entered into a general discussion of the first time in three jea-s, every officer There I U an average of 2G94! lies to a
the best campaign policy to bo pursued in every'department of tue\ State Alliance
during 18)3. The concensus of opinionwas and the official organ are in perfect accord mile of railroad in this country.A .

Items of Interest to Alliance-! that the principal issues to be contended and every one of these officer is sensational novelist in Now York RACIHE.WIS.
for will be a subtreasury plank, doing everything in their power to build "
men* Everywhere.XATI08AL opposition to banks of issue, and to ad. up the order. turns out four notel a year for $20- I # I:1'ii1ip7iJfIQ

vocate government control or ownership r. 000.One

ALLIANCE EDUCATIONAL CAM-. of telegraph and railroads, and to uphold I The San Miguel, (Cal) Messmper, person in every tonvlio died
PAIOS. the interest of wage earners commenting on President Polk' proclamation -
In New York! in 1889 was buried iu
bn'la-Dirmlngham! July 21't Hon. ref on membership duty, says: "Pres
Totter' Field.
Jerry Simpson. Montgomery, August OREGON TO ORQAMZKi ident Polk has issue i an official muni'fcsto s 5 r4f1

15; Senator W. A. Pcffer and C. W. The Alliance is booming in Oregon, as in which he cmpatically states that There i II a difference of only 22

Hacune. the following official proclamation issued no paper which has been constituted an iqnaro miles between the areas of
Atkagsae-Arkadelphia, July 23. Mc by President PoI: shows: "Whereaa Alliance organ, and no nun who
Neil!, July 28; lion Jerry Simpson. Information having been filed in this membership in the Alliance, has the rightto England and Iowa.

Florida-Monticfllo\ July 23;iDe. office through legally constituted author assail Alliance principles or members Tho hank of Scot!n ml issued one LOGLUMBERYARD & GuVTRUCKS&-

Funiak Springs, July 23; Gainesville, ity'that a sufficient number county organizations Of the Alliance publicly The president all pound note aa early ftI 1704. ,and SPRING WAGONSe'ALLSTYLES.Husain. .
that the fullest discussion of
September 28; Lakeland, September 30; have bou effected in the says
Hon. L. F. Livingston of Georgia, and State of Oregon to form a State organization matters is invited and urged in Alliance their !issue has ulnco been continued

Mr. J. W. Stokes, president of the South under the constitution and laws of councils, but the will of the majority i< without Interruption. PATENT '
Carolina State Alliance, will attend the the National Farmers' Alliance\ and Industrial the law of the order and if any one feels TLADIES CHAISC.
meetings at Monticello and DeFuniak. Union, Therefore I, L. L Polk, that he cannot acquiesce in the decision Moss agate from Wyoming have

Georgia-Amcricua, July 14; Atlanta by virtue ofjauthorlty; vested in me as president of the majority, and feels that ho is con been introduced BOrne of the now IAtrHr CMtsDMK[ '

July 15; Athens, July 16; Rome, July of the National Farmers' Alliance scientiously impelled to go before the Jewelry, as have also tho almost ruby-
18; Hon.J. B. Weaver of Iowa; Hon. and Industrial Union, by the constitutionof public and assail our principles, be should red
Dr. C. W. and the do issue this official first divest himself of all Alliance uni- garnets from Arizona.
Jerry Simpson, Mncune, same, my FISH BR9S WAG N G8
Col. L. L. Polk will address these meet. proclamation, designating Portlnnd\! Oregon form. The president holds that any There aro In the United! States 70 t

as the place, and Wednesday, the paper rested with authority to represent Father Murphy 68 WaUh 52 O'Kelt. RACINE.WIS
inIllinois-Virginia. I ,
the order, which assails Alliance principle ,
August 0 SprIng. 8th Of 1891 at 10 o'clock m.
; day July, a. ,
and ly 60 O'Connor 60 48 i
Ryan .
should bo promptly repudiated ; Kelly ,
field, August 13; Senator Peffer. Dr. C. ns the time, at which the legal and properly r'r
W. Macune and National Lecturer J. F. accredited delegates of the nrlouscounty that any member who assails another 40 O' l'len, 33 Brady, and 33 Fitz n

Willetts will be present and address the organizations aforesaid shall assemble '' publicly, while both arc Alliance members gerald. making a epoolalty thla season of what + t
\ violates his obligation, and such an mE are .# g
\ for the of ,
meetings. ; purpose adopting a offense merits expulsion. A monument is to bo raised in w. call.. our PARAGON HARNESS. &
Indiana-Renescloer, ingust 4; Newcastle constitution and the election of officer
August 8 i; the Breakers will be for th e said State organization. I I .*. Prague, Itohemta, to tho memory of Mado of the fiNEST STOCK and the very /" .;r s

Senator Peffer and Lecturer J. F. Wil When the body thus constituted shall I The McComb City (Ark.) Entirprlu John HUSH, who was burnt at the BEST WORKMANSHIP. Such a harness '/7 O '

letts. have adopted a State constitution, and contains the following in refutation of Stake in 1415 and whoso ashes were cannot be bought for lees than $26.7 ,
Kansas-Ilorton, September 7 and 8 shall have elected officers in conformityto that will be
; Bub.trclI.\IrY money thrown into tho Ithlne. at retail.) But we are willing, /
Concord, September and 10; Ilutchinpon thu constitution of the National Farm. taxed: "Ihs rub-treasury plan is the order to Introduce It to j S. /' J'.
In ,
September 14 and 15; Chanute, era' Alliance and Industral Union, and only plan yet given out that requires no The first railway postoffiec, tho ..'/ ::; .,
September 16 and 17; President L. L. shall have adopted the secret work of the taxation for emission of money. The SELL ONE SET ONLY '/ P' .. .."..
of tho fast mall .A/ fI' ; oC
parent present system
Polk. Other speakers will\ be assigned. said order, the said State organization I idea that money issued throughthe to one person as a ,7... $ ..../ rJ'r" .\ '' t
Kentucky-Grand Rivers, July 2; hull be entitled to a charter from the aub-treasury is first taxed from one was organized on, tho Chicago and sample for ""' / scs'rofa +s r: ..dr A

Bowling Green, July 4; }It. Sterling, National Farmers'Alliance and Industrial class of the people before it is loaned to Northwestern Kailiond in August, V7" .< "',\ '# ''' i

I' July; CntUttsburg, July 7. Na1ionalLectu'rer Union, and to all the rights and: privileges another is absurd, and discloses the Ignorance 18G4, on a fast train running between $ t 6.50. "'" 7" .d..../ .< > I'9"V .'''''.'.<( i'o\O-", ,. If.r
Willetts will attend all these appertaining thereto. > that "'" y '''. O; >
of :;
or mendacity every one "'
Chicago and Clinton la. .p# Ore vtP 4o: 'r4p :
'meetings and President L. L. Polk will fry makes tho assertion. The third and '/ rNfN'b 'vJ % ;:

be at Jit. Sterling and Catlettsburg. THE WHOLE TRUTIL fourth sections of that bill when read In tho last year 11,224 bed tickets ;; \ :'. Louisiana-Shrcveport,August 18 Baton will exhibit the underhand war & ... <: .,,....c",,,.\O\ ,.. 5
25 Hon. Ben Terrell; will\ The Montgomery, Ala., Daily Journal : mean, of at 20 cents each wcro old to poor, b ? .... ",:.. '\"' < '-'d 4t
Rouge, August ; certain selfish partisans are guilty
attend Both meetings and Dr. C. W. Ma. has farmers'the following movement editorial: "The notice mistake on that the waging against the bill. Every farmer, homeless women for a night' rest In ..., \:; \-;; '); .,, -1 "'" Lc

cune will also be at Shreveport.MarylandAnnapolis mechanio and laborer should read the the New York Temporary Homo for K f"" $'
of the Journal, esteemed contem ...
some iI&I; .. "/ p' .
August 22 Mr.J. bill for himself and not be ..
; poraries make in their cirlticisms of thefarmers' rub-treasury Women. Of this number 376 were & 1
Brad Beverley of Virginia, and other movement and ita leaders is that guided by enemies, who aim to cru.h accompanied by a child or Infant. ". ;. ;: ;6 '.y
will be A'I 9. ,,
speakers present. the causes that have brought it about are : the order. Brethren, their object is to #
Mississippi-Holly Springs. June 17 not merely local. They are wide spread, I out the Alliance root and branch.Will Stay I II usually said to have been 10
and 18; Durant, June 10 and 20; Hazel- in you let 'em. called in of
ever spreading and growing import.ance honor of Main, the mother .
burst June 22 and 23'Meridian June 21
; I /1 1J
and 23; ,June 20 and 27. All these everywhere. Polk and Macune, .% Mercury, but this appear to bo erro THIS 18 ONE OF THE '4O 8TYLEO WHICH WC:: MAKE
Tupelo Kolb and Adams, and hundreds of presidents I Secretaries of sub and county a'lIances
meetings will be attended and addressedby neous. Modern lexicographer concurin 0
of county and district alliances, and all other members are warned against .c
President L. L. Polk lion. L. F.
have little to do with the threatened: lending or giving names of their officers tho opinion that tho root of the >>
Livingston Lecturer J. F. Willetts, Mr. .2 .
'J. II. MCl'owell, president of the Tennessee storm which may follow the terrible and and members except througn official word is a contraction of tho Latin /
ominous clouds above the horizon.: W
now channels. We learn that literature is .0
State Alliance and others. word magma and that It aim ply
If each and every one of these central and being sent out to members of the alliance yM t''
Missouri Sedalia 11 Chilli- ,
August ; the month of
to or growth. t
cothe September 2. Senator Peffcr will conspicuous figure were dead the clouds as alliance 11'craturo which Is written expressly grow, a a r

be at Sedalia. Speakers for Chillicotho would continue to gather, continue to for the enemies of our order to Nearly all of the most famous of the z / z sl
grow more portentious, and tho longerthe circulate the mernb rs of our or- 0 .
be sluned.NW among roll
are vet to a storm broods before it breaks tho Senators from Illinois have been Kcntuckians ; 1
gamzntion. our enemy,
York-Mahias, July 11; Pen moro irresistible will be its forces. How while to be delivered from their by birth. Among them are u m zo .
Tan, August 18 and 19. President L. you pray
L. Polk and )k. Ralph Beaumont will be long they will continue to grow, how oppression. See thai those who are Palmer, Browning, Oglesby, Cullom .

at Machias and Senator Pcffcr and lion. portentious they will become no one can placed in office arc true devoted follower and Yatcs. Douglas wa born in III 1 ,< *" ilk
fore1 ce. But as Hon. J. Phelps truly of our order. What I said unto you w r pl
will attend the Pen Yan
Jerry Simpson in the forth American Review for all watch Vermont and Logan was n native of BODY.
says brother secretaries I any unto I No. I OB, STAR LEAP SPINDLE
meet lags. May, 'there ii no government or institutions Rural Hume, Wilton, N. C. Southern Illinois. Lincoln wa a Ken. MATVlUb WOOD ITIMIHII, OH rAl.TKO.

27 North Charlotte Carolina-Goldsborough 20. President, June under our system that ia not within *.. tucUan and Grunt an Ohio man Dullt on Honor. Entirely different from Cheap Western
; August the ultimate reach of the numerical majority Work. Live Dealers wanted.
Tho Reveille published at Hill City, Territory given.
Polk and Mr. Mann f ,
Page, president .' When tho farmers, so long the In building water works for a ,.. .
Kan. "The members of the Alliance -- ---
Virginia State Alliance, will be at Golds. I fays:
boro. Speakers will be provided for most conservative and social life element become in Armrican at should constantly keep in mind that Western town it was figured that a KINCMAN, STURTEVANT: &. L AR R AB EE,

Charlotte later on. political once this is the year for them to study and ac. cei'lain spring would supply] 160 gal. ..
bo said that
radical it
Dakota 28 tho most cau not quaint themselves with the great issues CARRIAGE AND SLEIGH BUILDERS (:-
North )
-Valley City July ; it is 1 ithout reason." long of water per day per capita for ....
discussed. This is the -
Grand Forks, July 30. Hon. J. W.: Harden are being -
of South Dakota, and Hon. Van B. .". educational year in that respect with us, 100,000 pooplo. When $20,000 had SEND FOR FULLOATALOO"EB. PINCH AMTON, N. Y. ,'

Prather, lecturer of Kansas State Alliance THE: B D-TREASunY AND THE THIIIDPABTT. and we must improve every opportunityto been expended wa discovered that -- ___. 4'ZI

will address these meetings. II become familiar with our principlesand an error Imd been inado In figuring,
Oklahoma Territory-Oklahoma City, The Progreuhe Farmer, (Ra'clgb,; N. demands, in order for them to avail I and that tho supply would only bo WE ARE IN THE LEADFOR
Julf 4. ter.j W. !N. Wilkins, of Kansas, C.) under the caption of "Some Troublous us anything. We can no' afford to stand
then bo and two gallons day capita for FINE AND STYLE OF SPRING VEHICLES. .*
is the visiting speaker. Things-How to get RUof Them, My: till. 'Let us up doing per per QUALITY

South Carolina-Florence, July 9 ; Tho sub-(treasury bill haunts the politicians and always employ our best effvrts to 10,000 people.
Greenwood, August 28. Lecturer Wil and the friends: of money power' further our cause." .

letts will be at Florence. Greenwood They ought to get rid of it. They oughtto .*. Decay of the Spanish! Boo '

has not yet been provided for. remove it from the domain of party The Southern Alliance F..rmnAtt nta, In a general discussion of tho time. BEST ONE OF

Tennessee-Knoxville, July 4. Presi- politics. They should not allow it to Ga.) says' : "So Don as farmers lay by In California Mr. Buck alluded to the MATERIAL OUR OAT 't
dent L. L. Polk will be present.' become; a disturbing element in parties their crops, there will be Alliance revival -
Texas-Austin, July 23; Sulphur ana in comm nltitl. They should kill held all over Georgia. Our brethren ehlftlessnosa of tho Spanish" popula AND LOOUES''

Spring, July 23 to 27.Fort Worth, Au. it. Howl The easiest thing in the world; are starting even now. We are glad to tion. "It i I. interesting to note the

gust 5. Senator Pefltr will be at Austin the simplest kind of a thing to do. Just hear of Alliance rallies, for they do our progress in a retrograde direction ofa WORKMANSHIP FULLY : ,
and Sulphur Springs, and lion. J. B. let them offer something better and the cause great good. They bring the mem
Weaver, of Iowa, will be at Fort Worth. people will drop the sub treasury bill and ben together, speeches are made and real Spanish grandee who became pea LUSTRATEJWINS.

Also Mr. B. E. Kies, of Kansas. jump at it. Try it, friends of plutocracy, and enthusiasm are worked up. The Bossed of land and cattle," ho con ..

Virginia-Stauoton, July 28; ,Boas and you will see how quickly you can farmers can't have too many of them. tinued. "For instance when I came OUR LlN ., :,,
poke, September 23. Lecturer J. F. I kill it. The ghostly presence of a Peo We have a splendid corps of lecturei'
Willetts has been assigned for Staunton, ple's Party hover over the pillow of now in the field, and they are always at to Salina County thu great don who SHALL AND LARGE ORDERS RECEIVE BEST ATTENTIONA

and other speakers will also be aent there. 'certain people and they can't deep. How' the service of our member" owned nearly everything was Don SAMPLE JOB WILL CONVINCE YOU THAT OUR '

Roanoke will be provided for later. will you get rid of itt Simply give the mfr. i Pena, pronounced 'Pouya.' Today lie.I I +
West Charleston July 8 people a lair, square showing in the race WORK IS THE WORK TO BUY
Virginia- ;
The Peoplft Theme (New Castle Indians fa I the tame proud old don, but the
of life. Give them parties and a
Martlnsburg, June 23 and 24. :Mr. Ralph govern $
Beaumont aud Mr. J. Brad Beverly will ment which recognizes their interest ,) says: !"A partisan politician is glory of his hidalgo ha departed, alto BRIDGEWATER CARRIAGE CO.

be at Martinsburg; Mr. Beaumont will and their just rights-which will not ODe who stick to his party without regard nearly all of his 08le..lonl. lie may : ,.

also attend the Charleston meeting. dwarf and ignore the right of person to ft advocates.the cause it defends The millionaire or the principle cannot before long become a creature (dependent Ro &:r ro ::$1. 'V.A.
the of
and unduly magnify rights money ,
WOBKJSO FOR. Tax ref: THH.0 FABTT. But these things will continue to trouble afford to be a partisan, and i* not; upon charity It was a rate

our politicians until the just demands of therefore, laboring/ men, can yout Can of selling this bit of land and that,
Five of the members of the executive
seven that i
afford to work for a cause *
The you
of the runufferinif millions arc respected. etc. until everything Las vanished. 1Y I
committee people1! party because somebodywill ,
robbing simply
leaders of the t"o political parties
met at St. Louis a few days ago. 'ihoee may thank themselves and no one else call you a sore head if you do notl The Spanish can make addition to :
present were: II. E. Taubeneck. of Think this matter over"
their fortunate
for these troublesome things. capital only through a
Illinois George F. Washburn, of Maseachusetu .
; ....-.- .V
; J. B. Weaver, of Iowa; A. O. ref The Alliance Farmer Chipley, Fla., year with cattle. All other method 0''F -

Williams of Kaiisxa, and M. C. llunkin. STATE ALLIANCE XEKTIXOa. lay vehemently: Stand up squarely for attempted them are signal failure CUC 4

of Indiana. In .tiul Donnelly, of Minnesota So far a* ha been reported the follow. the tub-treasury bill on all occasion, It won't be 10 very long before tho last ftry.
and Mr. Davis, the seventh member fag location and date have been agreed ind never, never accept any substitute
of the committee were absent. upon for state alliance meetings, whatever. A man that is willing to accept of the don depart, leaving nothing

Report were receive 1 from gentlemen Alabama, Montgomery, August 4. less than the full measure demand. but the prospect of a career of toll

representing different parts of the Arkansas, Little Rock, August 19. ; ed by the National Alliance i II just that before hit l'rocoIIT.-Cl1lcag'o; Her. I, .. -
country u to the outlook in their section. California LoiAngeles, October 2(). much short of a true All:ancf man. aid. 2of KEPi BY STORES ar
General J. B. Weaver, of Iowa; G. A.GaUher. Colorado, October 3. I Ao SiIEARS

of Alabama;. G. II. Smith, of Georgia. Atlanta, August 19. I CORTE AFFIRMS The Oldest House In Washington. INSIST]

Kentucky; M W. Wilkins, of Kawas, Illinois, Springfield, October 27. I I Down at the foot of Seventeenth N I YOURSTOREKEEPE SENDTOIS
and Mr. W. J. Kline of Illinois, and Louisiana, August. That the ItalIans"Were Killed ,'
others, reported that the prospect for Maryland, Baltimore August 11. street, away from the usual route of vj BOX 210,(

luece&ll in their states is most favorable. Michigan, Lancing, October 0. for Competing With Labor.A the guidebook sightseer, stands the ,? JETTING THEM efY' H OLYOKE MASS.

In Kentucky and Ohio a special figbt Mississippi, Starkville. August 23. cablegram of Wednesday from Home oldest bouse In Washington. The *i* FOR YOU.* .
will be made, and the active work ft Missouri, Pertyle Springs, August 25. Italy, taj: The Fanfulla states that .. .
preparing for the campaign it left in the North Carolina, Morehead City Aug. Corte late Italian consul at New moos bad grown thick upon Its bumble < -

hands of Taubeneck and Robct Shilling IMtll. Orleans, at the request of 1'remlerfudini" roof long before quarrelling Con.

the secretary. The secretary was North Dakota, Grand Fork. June 28. La prepared a report on the New Orleans grosses wrangled and disputed over instructed to establish a literary bureauto Pennsylvania, Harrisburg, November affair. Signor Corte affirm that dJ j
the location of the future 'Federal
furnish items of interest to the reform the victims belonged to no | rlicuUr Ei

pre;, which now number* between 600 10.South Carolina, July 23. society. but were murdered simply l>e. City," and when at last the dispute '

: and 700 paper. A weekly letter is 10 South Dakota Huron, date not fixed. cause they were Italian sat were competing was cndea, and a definite site selected, J;.
be prepared and published by those Tennessee, Nubville, August 11. in the labor market against the "
U found that the unpretentioushome
i: paper A medal wu ordered to be Texas, Daltu August 18. natirt; that Immediately! after the murder wa "WANT A : f

r truck, commemorative of the party' V>rginia, Richmond, August 18. of the Italian pri*<>nert American and paternal acres of a sturdy I"

.1.. ctmventioa at Cincinnati on Mar 19th. Oklahoma, OkUhoma City August 18. servants ran wj and that he himself and old Scotchman, David Burn by name I. W. daV' Wagons, bujfUJ, surreys nigh pvnt u Jrb, .. .
The medal { of aluminum, his beautifully finished! u modernized f
4 to be made .. secretary barricaded the consulate of the strong durable, stylish, u
proposed .
occupied a large portion
and is to be distributed to different alliance TheIqut.ler" Mercury (Dallas, Tex.,) i and armed themselves with revulrer irami/Ktur can produce. Built on honor by mot of life .
to be sold, the proceeds to be devoted theljochei threatened to attack tltnalion. shipment our
having Prompt
ays; "A statement i* going the roundsof : experience. Honesty U our jxJyi ,
t to campaign purposes next year.A the partisan press: to the effect that the consul and being prevented only bj The homestead itself] was located almost < constitution .p
wa adopted for the pea only about 17,000 legal voters belong to influential citizen intervening upon the Immediate bank of the lad to by od by. Send fur WII'j..l
f!" ple' Party club. The committee agreed nothing Mv pusiness
to and instructed the chairman and lecre.t&rJ the Texts Farmers' Alliance. When this Petticoat Strikers. Potomac, here a mile or more In I' cataJofc-ua..: It U teas to every reader. of this piper ..... H.
false wa set on over forty
to prepare an addres to the peopleof counties report bad not seat In their semi-annual width, and only a little distance away Goose Wi;on Co., Buigliaaiioa, N. Y. I.

"t. resolution the United ia the Bute most important The following action report The most of them happened to A London cablegram states that three from the beautiful hill upon which the "BUILT FOR BUSINESS. ;
alliance counties in the hundred laundresses of North London bill
bi the .tiud the
strongest Dp"on
.' Observatory now <- l
1. taken by the party in view of the fact
Since ibis wa* started held a meeting Tueadar attended with
that it u the first declaration of where Bute. report which U U related Braddock'tforces a
usual incident
which wa ia February last. 131 new of ipeecb-making, .
... ; the party stands and is in a great mew revolution on twdlr.t night out
R ab alliance* have been organized, 605 wrangling, etc., and started camped 1cfjALLIANCE
\ refutation of the of dickering
lire a charge defunct alliance resuscitated.. beside a trike; for eight hour daily labor and from Alexandria, In that llJ-ttrred.
which made
*o daring
were freely
Cincinnati, convention nolved fur new county alliance have been 42 pence per diem. These demaud are march Into the wHJerne**.-[New 1{
, the ; chartered sine the Waco conference. considered excessive by the employer of
national executive committee
ia That unalterably the opposed to a fusion wl'h R--port from all part of the State are Uondmaea,ad hare b 8 jrsfuied; Eud&lId I&,81lIe.



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-;. ':THE!: FART"COAST :ADVOCATEBIDAT: < :JUNE:26f ::1891.rr .

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, Culture.For JAMES rnrrcnARD, President; W. B. BABSETT, Vice-President'
do the foregoing
State hereby that
MORTGAGES certify '
W. M. BROWN Cashier.
Is a correct transcript of the original [ the Advocate]
now on file In this office.!

isl A'lnEKLY IOUKluL DEVOTED TO TB" DRVELS On real estate in Brevard county Given under my hand and the Great As I have traveled all over the State INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

OrllEwrorTRRtRNARRIVIRAEDLAII have become due within the past Seal of the State of Florida, at Tallahassee and have cultivated orange groves for :

WORTH SBCTIOXI. few but the security being the Capitol, this 17th day of June, the last thirteen yean, I must say that ,
years, River is the best for raising
A. D. 1891. Indian place Laves ,
under the of the State of Florida
satisfactory, lenders were glad to JNO. L. CRAWFORD, I oran that I have ever seen in )

Office: WashIngton venue, Tltusvllle, let these mortgages remain unpaid Secretary of State. the Mate; they, have a more suitable Authorized capital, $100,000

Indian River, Florida. as long as they got their interest soil here for orange trees than any where Paid ,
up capital
else, although the orange growers sometimes $25,000 b
regularly-in fact, were glad to let THE PLANTING OF SHADE complain of the die-back and red -- -" I
their money remain as long as it TREESHas rust, which I know by experience they : deposlts$140,000

PUBLISHED EVERY FHIDAT. was needed. This was very agree. become have not the soil here to cause either

able to the borrower who was not quite a popular pursuit one. It requires a fine, black soil for Transacts a General Banli
it saved with many of our citizens. die-back trees. Red rust is caused by
able to his loan for
lftlce Second' pay During the past few weeks a large commercial fertilizer being placed around
catered at th M Easiness
Gives D all Mateo. him the expense' of negotiating' a number of good sized trees have the trunk of the tree.

new loan. The legislature of farm. been The Idea of a man putting forty

ers has changed this amicable con. carefully planted in many pounds of fertilizer to a tree in this soil; largest and Oldest Bank on the RlYIl
portions of town. Those set out
it is enough to give the tree any kind of
TERMS, Invardablyle Advance, dition of affairs, for it will be seen -
by Mayor Wilson Pritchard disease. to drinka
Capt. Suppose a man were
R* Check, Portal Order! or One. and Two Cent that forbearance to collect it defined S. H. Ray, D. L. Gaulden and Wm. pink of whisky at one drink, how soon DIRECTORS

1'osUge BUmpi.On at tttury. All loans at a high. Brown his neighbor would say: "It Is enoughto JAS.PRrrOHARDW.B.BAaRarm.i M
Rob of
Year ................. .................I. O er rate than ten cent. which are are particularly fine. burn his liver out, and kill hIm at DUB the K KB National(Vlce-Prc Bank ld of nt Jarkmmvillnj National IL
lid Months.... ... .......................l-OO I. bins & Graham have also plantedsome follow drinking JackdonTllle W. Bank'"
which If he to ) B. OBAHAM
.. ........ due cannot be extended. Loans once; were and w
Three Months, ... .... ........t.. -MfflHEle VBOWB. *
Copy,................................... B! not due will draw the rate very large trees around their a pint a day for twelve months, there
ant to any Addresi in U. 8.or Canada,Prepaid yet i office lot, and we understand a is no doubt but that it would kill him. Seaboard National CORRESPONDENTS.Bank of
agreed upon until maturity, but modest member of the Episcopal Now put forty pounds of commercial National Bank of Jackionvllle.New York .ui

Bdltor,.................... WAITER: GRAHAM.. extended once they for become the extension due, cannot wouldbe be church will plant a row in front of and fertilizer it will to a give tree the for tree two the or three red rust years or TITUSVILLE, FLA..

late-Edltor&; MamagCT.C. H.WALTOK.1f both the church anfl rectory lots. the wilt.
a new contract, and would be If the County Commissioners : I know with the proper cultivationhere -
usurious. The result will be that ,
that an orange tree would never be
would the
plant trees around Court
the lender who is not to bothered with either the die-back nor
do not bold mmclvei responsible for the willing House block and few trees T. MURPHY
""ptaloni of our correpomlent, but we claim loan at ten per cent., but prefers to place a red rust. Clean np your land so that
tie right to reject any communication. here and jhere about the unoccu. you can cultivate your trees with a ,
invest it in Alabama Tennessee
Communication pohTlcatlon mnit bewrit'tsar or pied portion of their large enclosure plough; set out your trees about two
plainly on one ride of the paper only,and elsewhere at twelve or fifteen percent would have fine inches above the level of the ground,
.bonld, In every cane, be accompanied hy the ., will want his money, and the they a park and when your land settles, then your Jacksonville Machine
publication, but at a guarantee of good faith. debtor, if he has not got funds to years trees will be on a level. Never put your
would be a thing of beauty to our fertilizer anything nearer than 2Jft of
his loan
can't find
pay up or some town, and a Joy to 'oar children.It the trunk of the tree, and as your tree
one willing to lend at ten per cent., grows older put the fertilizer further
ADVKRTIBnra !RATESl seems to us that while the town And
Iron forte
will have to submit to foreclosure, and citizens from It. By doing this you soon draw
FUYEAJU and lose his property. This is a government our private the roots of the tree In all parts of the ,

One Inch,.......................10.00 sample of "the large amount of are making such strenuous efforts soil.First
,Two Inch........................ 1AM to improve the appearance of go to work and improve your
Three Inch,...................... 20.00 work, and done it well, which the the town the land, as the tree depends upon it for PUMPS
Four Inch,............"......... 25.00 Public Spirit says the last legislature county might'Bpend sustenance; plough early in January as ENGINES AND MACHINERY OF ALL KINDS
Fire Inch,or Quartered: ,...... KM a few dollars in beautifying its
Half Column,.........,........... M.OO accomplished. There will be possible, and as deep as you can without
Whole Column,.................100.00 numerous foreclosures within the property. The inmates of the disturbing the long roots. This prepares Made and Repaired.
county Jail could keep the enclosure the land for the sap to rise early,
Tor Blx Months, divide the yearly rate by two next few as a direct result of "
years, i excellent condition under in oraer to give me tree a long summer
ad add 10 per cent.. the new usury law. The sufferer superintendence of the with growth. narrow to level, then hoe very CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS 'PIPING & SUCTION

Fer Three Months, divide the yearly rat by will be the farmer, and he will Jailor, deep. Plant cow peas as early as they ,,

ftrar,and add 20 per cent. have no one to blame but himself out any expense whatever after a will grow between the trees, leaving a For
hospha.'te DreClgID.g.:
few dollars are once invested in space on either side of the trees. WhenI
Local Adrenliementi,. Ten Cent fn Line for participating in the passage ofa shade trees and Bermuda work the peas I work the grove. The J
.ach Insertion. measure framed by a lawyer, pre peas will bunch the first of,June; then OFFICE & WORKS:

Paid Reading Matter, not In "Local Newt" sumably in the interest of the bor. plough and harrow. Here you can raise

.hunni,Fire Cents Per Line Each Insertion. rower, but which will, as a matterof IT IS CUSTOMARY, I two crops of peas a year; after we turn 134 & 136 East Bay Street )acksonville Fla
under the first then have depend
Though we cannot imagine why crop, we ,
Legal Advertisement at Legal Ratei. fact, do Just what its author In. on the crab-grass growing; it acts

All the above rates are for one edition per tended-that is, bring to his office when an editorial or communication as a mulch, retains moisture, and keepsthe IIJuMlmo
the of general interest in hot off. In the fall turn
_*., biggest batch of suits of foreclosure appears sun everything
Florida lawyer has ever the ADVOCATE for replies and criticisms under while it is green, and har E. G. BLAIR. D. B. THRASHER
fT Bills collected'monthly,If not otherwluspeed any row land level. If leave
to in the Star. It your you any
known. It is the old appear ,
same story trash or vegetable matter on top of the Blair &
upon would that the Thrasher
-our hayseed friends have been appear proper placeto ground where the hot sun will parch

duped once more. answer or criticize the..views of them up, by turning everything underit ,
Address all commanlcatloni to a writer would be in the same will keep the roots of the trees in the

EAST COAST ADVOCATE, sheet in which the original remarks moist dirt. Always plough shallow after PRODUCE BROKERS
THE USURY LAW. Our columns always the first ploughing, and hoe the same.I .
Trrcivalx, FLORIDA.r.0.iBez,44. appeared. are would be willing to guarantee that this

:Below we publish a certified copy open for the free discussion cultivation will destroy any die-back or

of the new usury law, which went of any question which may be red rust on Indian River.I Commission & Distributing Merchants,
ANOTHER steamboat has write this the benefit
for of the
company treated in our columns and
into effect June 6th. The
just been organized. The stockholfleri on rate wish it to be distinctly understood the orange growers in Brevard county. 153 WEST BAY STREET JACKSONVILLE FLU
are all residents of Brevard is fixed at ten per cent, which, after Take my advice and try it. ,, ,
that when articles adverse to
all, is not an unreasonable rate our SUBSCRIBER.
county. As noon as the concern views political economical P. O. Box, 701:
but about the at which it on or
gets beyond the ertbryonlo stage More Bargains In Real .
has been established the transportation questions appear in Estate.No.
by high. '
we will give particulars as' to the est law known-that of supply and the Star, It is because the critic 12. Pineapple land: Lot 0 and n. ORANGES AND PINEAPPLESA

names:of officers, rout?, etc."Att's demand. The penalty is forfeitureof correspondent who selects that 6. toll;e.'i of sec. 13, t. 37, r. 40 e; 05
acres, including a clearing and field of I SPEOIALTY.
all interest and does include Journal does so as a matter of
not 10.000 pineapples set out: on north fork
well that ends well" The choice and not because exclude Consignments of all kinds of Fruits Vegetables and Produce Solicited.
the principal. The bill, as originally we of St. Lucie river. Price; $1,000. Very ,
'Usury law is somewhat reasonable ; opinions adverse to those maintain little waste land In the
introduced and under. we tract. LIBERAL ADVANCES
the abstract bill failed to No. 13. Lot 4 of ,
pass ; in our columns. We would sec. 14/contalnlng35
stood it had
,and tho'bfll providing for the redemption passed, would have much that criticisms acres; and-lot 2 of sec. 23, containing 70 References: National Bank of the State of Florida; W. n. Sharpe, Sharpes;; T.V.
of real estate sold under driven capital from the State, but prefer answers or acres; all la t. 29, r. 88 e. Very fine Moore;Eden; Wells fc Sons, Plant City, etc. 12jun
the conservative element in the leg. to articles published in the hammock, situated opposite Micco, on
execution been vetoed the
by islature managed to inject a little ADVOCATE should appear in our own the peninsula; free from frost. Each

Governor. Sincerity will prevail of their leaven into the Alliance paper, and we should certainly discountenance lot has a quarter of mile of river front. :T: O_ F.: Z4ENAG 3aa49.N

for two years to come, but it.was a the use of our This land is bounded on the north by the ,
lump :- paper recent purchase of 8. F. Glbbs from Jno.
close Shave .and fervently
we can ;
say for the of
purpose answering a com. V. Baird and is about half a mile northof
"Good Lord deliver us. i -AJTO PRESCRIBING PENALTIES ..A.lfDJ'OBFttITUBEI munlcation appearing in the Star. the celebrated place of Smith Bros. WHOLESALE GROCER

ON BAUK. Now a word in regard to the article One of the finest bodies of land in the ,

Tni: T ml.- Union claims there Be it enacted by the Ltgitlature of the of "Borrower," which appeared county, excellently adapted for the culture

fa considerable wind in the phosphate State Florida: ''I in our contemporary last week, of oranges This, lemons vegetables or Flour and
pineapples. place not stand Tobacco Batter
boom. OThe "great and good" Section 1. That all contracts for the Fancy Specialties
criticising an article by John As. on our books many days. Speak quick. ,
payment of Interest loan adVance -
upon any ,
ia'Correct. The spirit of inflation of or forbearance to enforce pinwall, on the usury law, which Either lot, separate, 27.60 per acre, or
otters too largely in of Florida' collectIon |25 for the whole tract. "
many the of debt in the
or previous issue of
any upon
No. 18. House and lot In / TXit "f
.Tltusvllle JS < >
The FT.A.
enterprises. buying and any contract whatever, at a higher rate the ADVOCATE : Let us take one at corner of Palm and Julia streets ad. ,

tiling of phosphate lands, which, of interest than ten declared per centum per annum sentence to show the fallacy of his joining residence of Wm. M. Brown.,

1Ip Ito date, !'has been mainly on a I are hereby usurious. "Borrower" Comprises a lot 75 by 08 feet, and the
reasoning. "In
Sea. 2. That it shall not be lawful for ,say. :
peeulative basis cannot for. house Is of new style, nicely finished BUTTER & CHEESE in Cold
go on any person, company or corporation to nine cases out of ten the mortgages Storage.The .

elder. One buyer, who will go to reserve, charge or take for any loan or are foreclosed, and the loaner gets Known and good as as the new Hnekabay; cost $1,300 build.Bottom .

work and open up a mine, is worthmateto greater advance thaa of ten money,centum'a rate of Interest annum the money by loaning money on it price, $1,200.No. Only Cold Storage In South Florida. Correspondence respectfully
the State than a thousandspeculating either directly or Indirectly per by way 01 for three hundred dollars, which in 14. House and lot, corner of Pine

wind-bags. The phosphate commissions for advance, discount, exchange open market would cost him to buy and DeSoto'streets, Just north of the solicited.

Industry will adjust itself to or by any contract, contrivanceor it, one thousand. lot home small of George but W.well Martin built, house Very large

circumstances, and find its proper Is device whatever, whereby the debtor The county records of Brevard finished; .a, few weeks ago. Cost, only over CONTRACTS TOBACCOS SOAPS & 'PEARLINE.29myJmo
level required or obligated to pay a greatersum .
due time.
It is not all than the actual principal mm received -.county show over 1,600 recorded $300. Plastered throughout, and has : ,

_me!. Ten thousand tons of the together with Interest at the rate of mortgages since the organization of fireplace and chimney. Price, $400.

material will leave'Ae port of Per. ten per eentnm per annum as aforeeald'provided : the county. The same records show Broad No. 15. House In and lot,' fronting on -
street Tltusvllle Just east of
aandiiu during the present month however:, that the business!. of less than fortv. foreclosures In the the home of W. R. Knox. Fronta 50 feet EAST COAST
ana loans mane ano LOan TRANSPORTATION
oy jiuuaing -- COMPANY.
and other mutual benefit associations to same time. That is one in thirty on railroad. Two abuses on the lot;
Wuu&we have not hesitated to I property now rented to good tenant, at
Its members, when JUde and conducted even, not nine out often; these are
aproN oar disgust with the last, under the provisions of Chapter 8700, official figures.- One law firm has $7 per.month. Price, $2.73-a great

legislature with equal free Laws ot Florida approved May 81st bargain.No.
say 1887 and placed, over three hundred loans in 18. Fine block of hammock and
Acts thereof and
dom that amendatory ,
Bceyard county was inch other Acts as may hereafter be the past five yeare, with only six pine, Just north of town park; beautiful
represented. One or two men-or place for residence. Sice, 350
passed, regulating the conduct of such foreclosures as a result. One in buuudlny
a dozen for that matter-though associations, shall not be considered feet. Would make 14 good
fifty, not nine in ten, as "Borrower"has splendid
lore than half of this block Is
possessed of and usurious within the intent and
exceptional: ability meaning
unlimited cannot be of this Act. it. Then, in regard to gettinga oak and magnolia hammock. Price,
energy, expect.ed
for three hundred dol.
See. 8. That or property $450.No.
any person company
to assume absolute control over 17. Two good building lots,
corporation violating the provisions of lars by foreclosure, which would opoElte
an overwhelming majority, com this the Titusville public school; ad
Act shall forfeit the entire Interest cost one thousand dollars in
posed of lusty and uncurbed farm. so charged or taken or contracted to be open property of C. E. Dakin; excel Schedule In effect June 15, 1891.

el'8. Our Honorable Senator and charged,reserved or taken, and only the, market. In case a lender gets a od. Size, 50 by 105 feet. Steamer J. W. Sweeney leaves Melbourne Mondays and Thursdays at 5 ..o.
actual principal sum of such usurious property upon which be forecloses Price, $125 each. Rockledge, at 8 a. m.; Titusville. at 12 m.. and arrives at at 0 1110
Representative may not have succeeded contract can be enforced, either at law a mortgage how does he acquire No. 18. E i of n. w. J, and lots 1 and Returning, leaves New SmJrtla Tuesday and Fridafs Smrrna p.Titan
at 6a.
in passing a number of or In equity; provided, however that no title Do not the foreclosure pro. 8 of eee.17, t 31, ..r..89., containing villa, at 11 a.m.; Rockledge, at 8:30 p. m., and arrives at Melbourne at 6 p. m.
measures Introduced with view bona fide endorsee transferee of 144 acres. Has half mile of river front, R. P. ADDISON
a or no.gotlablepspet' ,
ceedings require on an average six on west side of river,at head of Narrows, General P..ADDISON,
of purchased before maturity Manager.
benefit to their own particular shall be affected by any usurious Interest months Does not the law require Just below Barker's Bluff. Good fringeof G. F. .t P. A.

eetion ; they_ may not have been exacted by aay former holder of that the master shall advertise for hammock front. Part marsh, but -
successful staying the avalanche such unless the usurious character I about 100 acres of good land In the tract. Just as sure as hot weather comes
paper, thirty days before sale and does it -det the
of sentiment In favor of abolishing should appear on its face,'or the said Price, $2,000. there will be more or'leea bowel complaint -I I ADVOCATE at Dr.Scmea'
not at public auction to the No. 10. lot Five
the endorsee or transferee shall have had go The north 43 acres of 1, Cents per copy.
actual in
railroad commission but their this
; notice of the same before the highest bidder The lender if he and of the n. e. t of n. w. t of see. S, t. vicinity. Every person,

conservative counsel was certainly of such paper, but double the buys the property, does so in open 27, r. 87 e. Price, 20 per acre. This and especially families, ought to have Range Temperature

effective in choking a number of amount of such usurious interest, may, market, against the whole world land is two miles of Eau Gallic, just some reliable medicine at hand for Instant U TttuIYw.
north of Hone Creek
ridiculous absurdities, which were fa such cases, be recovered after payment opposite use in cue it Is needed. A 25
introduced from time to time ; and by action against the party originally and if he gets a property for three Tropic; about a quarter of a mile northof 60 cent bottle of Chamberlain's Colic or For the week, ending last night,fane

when exacting the same In any court of hundred dollars, he pays more than Goshen postofflce. High bluff front; I Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is Just 23,18011 compared with that of the

the they were unable to defeat competent jurisdiction provided such any one else thinks it Is worth, except deep water close to shore. Land In .what you ought to have and all that yon corresponding week In 1890. Recordedat

enacting of an unwise or impracticable action be commenced within one year perhaps, "Borrower," who at same$75 vicinity acre.has sold within past year would need, even for the moat severe the U. S. Signal office Titusvffla.
law they were successful from the maturity of such per and dangerous cases It Is the ,
paper. best
tries to disguise the fact that he No 20. Lot 4 of 32 the
in lopping off its most obnox. Sec 4. That this Act shall take effect see. t. 37, r. 41 e. most reliable and most successful treatment I 1800. Juxz. 189L
ions from and after its approval by the Governor. has made a good sale by talking 77 acres; excellent pineapple land. Quay known and is pleasant to take. Day Max. Min Max. ){IJa
provisions. The statement of about a thousand dollars value. If ter mile front on St Lucie river, adjoin- For sale by Dixon & Gray. 17'4t 19 88 73 00 'IS

the Public Spirit, that "the amount Approved June 6th, 1891. purchase at public auction after .ing plantation of Stewart & Gasling. 20 89 73 03 'IS
ot work done The best of land for sale on St Lucie 21 87 72 n
was large and was 88
thirty days advertisement of sale, river at reasonable figure. Pictures 4 for 23 n
well done will BOcts. at Woodward's 88 71 01
apply to our rep. STATE or FIXUUDA, )ss. by the highest bidder is not buy. Terms on any of the above, half cash; tent, TituiYille. 23 81 11 SIO.74

rcsentatlves, but not to the.legisla* OFfICII SlCKETABT OK STATE ) ing in open market, we are open to balance la one, two or three yean, at legal for Picture of a whole 289 72 e3.72
tore as a Interest Correspond with Also fine collection
body. I, Jno. L. Crawford,' Secretary of correction. I us.GAAHAH of 25 92 74 84'"
Bouas A
TltnsvUle, :Fix Florida views for sale. s-u.
J. E. Lurorrm, Observer.


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Lak.o -"VVor'th. With a :Refrigerator, Ice Cream Freezer, Cooler, Etc.,

OPEN ALL THE-YEAR ROUND. At the same time Protect You from Mosquitoes with Screen Wire, green & galvanized ; Window & Door Frames. .

Special Low Rate for Summer Guests.

F. T. BUDGE, Titusville, .Fla.

J. G. McDONEL, 4

22my3m Proprietor. For Sale. THE COTTEN HOUSE H.' It. OLMSTEAD,
Two pair thoroughbred'; "full regis INDIAN RIVER LUMBER CO

tered" Essex pigs; Peters' stock, Decatur The Pioneer Dealer in ,,
Correspondence. Ga. C. N. Minis, Minis, Fla. 165 (SUMMER RESORT,)

Sewanee, Tenn. Incorporated, *, .
Lake Worth.
VTt do not hold ourtelvet retpontble for; Eau Cattier 11. HANSON, Manager.

the opinion of our correspondents
A great deal of rain has fallen daring UNDER MANAGEMENT OF MRS. I keep In Stock a Choice variety of TITUSVILLE FLA. "

The Usury Law. ,
Miss Lillie Pierce. has been' very ill, CROCKERY,TOILET ARTICLES, ETC COMPLETE STOCK OF

BAD GALLIK FLA. June with fever.' NOW OPEN. Apply for Terms. And will Sell as Low as the Lowest.
24,1891. iIOl'LDlSGS, BRUSHES,
Mr. Robert Hamilton has gone to Palm Call and examine my Stock. 18
JSatt Coatt Advocate: TURNED WORK to
Beach to work. TAINTS,
Special Iffort* Made to Entertain I ,
I am in receipt of valued

of the l Issue of the 12th your inst., and paper my but Mr. D. M. Helmer has been quite Ill, Guests, J.,E. ENDER & CO., LATH, SHINGLES, FARM TOOLS, .

attention was drawn to Mr. Aepin wall's is recovering now. BRACKET, PICKETS, SASH, DOOM, ;
letter, regarding the passage of an act Louis Bradley spent last Saturday at Refer to Capt. Joe Smith, Titusville. -vv LLtohmalf orH j
making legal rate interest 8 per Palm Beach.

cent. I am under the impression that! JEWELERS BRICK, LUll:, CEMKNT, FIREBRICK, BUILDERS' HARDWARE.
even if a legal rate of Interest be established Bernard Potter l is working for Brels- ,

in Florida, whether it be 6, 8 or 10 ford Bros., at Palm Beach. H, GLEASON & CO, Titusville. Fla. HOUSES FRAMED TO ORDER. ,

per cent., it does not interfere with nor The sehooner "Lillian" went past on HARRISON BROTHERS' MIXED PAINTS unequalled for beauty and lasting t

prohibit the capitalist loaning money at Friday t, on her way to Key West. ATTORNEYS MT LAND CASES. Repairing of Fine and Complicated qualities Color Cards and prices on application. .
12,15 or 18 per cent., provided the bor'rower Watches; setting of Diamonds and other
is willing to pay such rate. 1 I J. W. Porter and A. W. Garnett, with Precious Stones.Alligator Agency for,the,. "Aermoter," the best Wind Engine, made. i
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think In most of the States and in most Capt. Pierce, were callers at Juno Mon. TITLES TO SPANISH GRANTS EXAMINED ; and Holt Tusks Carved and

countries a legal rate is in force, but It day.Mr. AND PERFECTED. Mounted for cane-heads, brooches, etc. Professional Cards. J. M. Sanders
does not prevent the loaning of moneyat Alvin Hendrickson is now carry. Shell Jewelry made. ,

higher rates. I am thoroughly in har- Ing the mall between Juno and Hypo- Abstracts Furnished and In S. II. Ray's new building, opposite azonoax.R.mnrza. WALTICR 8.GIUHAJI.n.ODDINS 1
mony with Mr. Aspinwairs argument regarding luzo. Re-Snmys corner from POlto lce.
the attracting of'capital, and Prompt attention to all orders by mall & GRAHAM, GOODs1mTIONS.;
should regret very ranch if the passageof The "Ruby Dye" Capt. Frederick Obtained. or otherwise. DRY
Voss, paid Hypoluxo a pleasant visit ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
such an act would disturb the advancing Defective Homestead and Pre ,
prosperity of our count or the State Thursday. Entries Corrected and Pefected. TITCRVILLK, Brevard Co., Florida.P CROCKERY '. }
at large. Will not our learned Mr. J. W. Porter has ordered a number Claims Adjusted before the Depart: ,O. Box,MO. SADDLERY,
legal friends shed some light on this subject of thousands pine slips by the schooner ment at Will practice In all the counties the!Seventh STATIONERY,
? W. I "Ruby Dye." Washington. Manufacturers of Circuit and In the supreme(',,,,rt. Hi",all fa-
II I Correspondence solicited. 16 rllltles for Riamlnlnif anti IVrfwtlns; land FAMILY MEDICINES
Mr. John A. Laubach returned last Yellow Pine Lumber Title. CnrreniHinrtonoe sollrlle from Cl.'">- GARDEN SEEDS..
Transportation on Indian River. Friday from Gainesville, where he has. EAU GALLIE, FLA. ants and Heirs to Hpunlnh(Irants CHOICE ailOCEllIKS
Money to Loan. I I
been attending court.
East Coast Advocate: Captain Hendrickson's sharpie had Pine & Cypress Lumber Orange Box heals Fruit,A Crates. D. L. UULDKN, J. T. BAKnHRJI, FINE PATENT FLOUR
know to the smallest fraction of a'dozen the foremast broken out on Wednesday Notary. Attorney for hard County
the that would be the last while opposite Potter's Island. I Lumber delivered any part of Indian River Comnlulonen.GAUlDEN.I Ooooev, J'lorida.s. .
angle given OF ALL KINDS, OD through bill of ladin Anyone contemplat'
noses of a convention of railroad and ing the Kiwt Cnant,wnnlil do well to
Two Nassau turtling schooners came ROUGH OR DRESSED. forprrlces. : SANDERS,
steamboat officials of the ; write The Hawmlll Is situated on the
were one "haypoloy" in the lake and spent Sunday. Uncle J.,T.&; K.W.Ry.,8 miles south of falatka. I 'VV. Rogers
to venture toJ give them a pointeron Sam, where Is revenue cutter Lath Pine-i Cocoa,E. Eau O.lIIe, ,
An your Shingles Orange Ants! 8Ullns I Eugene ATTORNEYS T.LA W, DEALER
management. Ignorant man Omo.piT IN CLOTHING, ;
might try it, but he would never recover Hon. E. N. Dimick and family have Satsuma IIlgh(8, l'u tmint co.,Flo.3oct Will practice In all the Courts nf the Bute
from the withering shock their eyes returned to their home I\t'Palm Bench, apple & Vegetable Packages. nio 01 Florida,and the United States Court Gents. Furnishing Goods, Shoes, Hats,
would give him. But, as I am out of from Tallahassee,*where he has been, as
reach, with your permission, I'll tell Representative from Dade county. P.0.lkx,236. TITCBVILLK, FLA. Caps Umbrellas Trunks Yallses,

'what I know, aa it is only by keeping the The 4th of July promises to be a grand It will pay parties who contemplate Altree's General Supply Store Money to Loan. IS FINE CIGARS, Etc.
fire hot that the Is cooked. I know building to call on'or address us. Mill
goose The only house In town making. i
thing on Lake worth. Capt. Hendrick- a spe
that Ben Holllday after of at DeLeon Springs. Is the place to Bell What You Don't Want and
; years experIence son has promised to run'the "Lake Buy What You 1>>. clalty of Uents. Furnishing Goods.

and steamboats in the management in New York of railroads forcedto Worth" from Palm Beach to Juno, where Orders promptly filled. HARDWARE, Taints, Oils, Farming Imple- DR. M. D. L. DODSON, //CgSi Drop In and examine my stock, and

learn a lesson that was of,was profit to the picnic is to be, and the Jupiter and Chandler & Landers, menu, lIull Hope Sound people are coming over on FURNITURE and the New PROCESS VAl'OR every consideration competitorsclaim
him A stubborn Yankee ,
ever after. the train. There is to be a big picnic STOVE,which Is death to all others. SPECIALIST IN OPERATIVE, SUItOI. to confer
captain would not soil his steamboat to and dance in the evening./ It will probably J. L. Casper, Agent Tropic, Fla. when convenient. 4
Ben. to ruin his business CAL MECHANICAL .Call First Boot
Holliday thought 29niy-3mo : DENTISTRY
be the first 4th of July dance ever
carrying passengers up the lake,by held on the Lake. south of ADVOCATE office.iDIXON
putting on another boat with cheaper p TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. t

... rates.: The captain saw slim, and went Captain Chas. Pierce has returned j
one better. People began to take their from his trip to Key West and Marques- B. L. WILLS, & GllAY
knitting, and spend a day out. Where uff Key. He reports having a pleasant oS DU ,
all the people came from, the captains trip. He brought home some beautiful wpia PHYSICIAN SURGEON, Dealer In

wondered. The sequence surprised ev purple, yellow, and white sea feathers, .u I A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania Drugs, Chemicals, Perfumery, Toilet
erybody. Four tine steamboats are now some strange conchs, a "loggerhead," ej I .wl and an experience of twenty I
running at one-fifth of the fare originally sponge and some crocodile eggs. While I k= years In practice, offers his services to Articles, Fine Soaps, Stationery

charged, and are making more money, in Key West his violin and cornet were he citizens of Titusville and vicinity JEWELRY $ '
with much better accommodations. stolen, and much to his sorrow he could I a moo Wa ,
How can a company hope to prosper, find no trace of them. C) I ',I 14 r: b orrici; OYER.I. w. HOOKKS: .* co. SPECTACLES: JcSEW1N0 ;

when the patronage it receives is grudg I'f .-::. Nd MACHINESGuns
ingly given by the people, and especiallyso -An exchange says: "Show us a .... !:]CfJe"CI: + LA RUE P ELY Pistols, Sewing Machines and ,

when they have not full control? Let newspaper that takes cheap advertisements "CIg: Machinery Repaired. -Watches, Clock.; j
me cite a case or two, explanatory: A and you will find it has very lit "CI58GH : : and Jewelry a Specialty.
or so a friend had a mule to be Notary Public for the But al Large. School Books and School
year ago tle circulation. A good with a 5s8g SuppUtfc.
paper, .
Contractor and Hullder of over.
brought from across the river(one mile); years' eiperience. Subscription taken at publisher's price
.m. Natural Finish
large subscription list, will always com go Bpeclalty.
did know the rates but
the not
purser o MELBOURNE, FLA. for Newspapers, Books, Magazines, etc. _
thought $1 sufficient. The purser reported mand a fair and reasonable rate for ad w .
-8 Prescriptions carefully compounded at
to the "manager" and the next 2't!
vertisements. time day y'
any or night.Drt.1Ks
time It was 3.50- : and the next. $4.60. f1 a ... Hear what the people say about this store William; 'tch

Enquiring: afar days ago, he was told Hon. W. V. Lucas, Ex-State Auditorof 1 If,.Altree i Dear Rlr-\'.cheerfully testify to Drayman.Hauling ,
that it was sir doltari and fifty centi. Iowa, says, "I have used Chamber- th. admirable qualUle of the New iroeessOaaoline ,
But the agent here told me the person Store. We nave had one over sU done at reasonable rates. Attends -
'mistaken and that it was only$5.50. lain's Cough Remedy my family and FCRFCCTCDCRYSTAL month,and cannot point to a sin all departing, and meets all arrlv
was iicrlwgwur.
We can give the railroad commission have no hesitation in saying It is an excellent LENSESTMMSuae. :. Tltu.vUloMyilBBl.B.C.A; M.A. ng train Patent Medicines;: ,.
credit In a measure, for this outrageous remedy. I believe all that Is 11IJt4. gnat saving of guolln.In the New i Orders left with O. D. Humph oral
ADVOCATE office will receive
charge, they permitting the company to claimed for It. Persons afflicted by a tatty nrrt is*Atari. Process over the old. It keeps UM la a perpetual I 'prompt Elegant Perfumery and Toilet Article ,
' charge for two thousand pounds, though tale of wonder and delight. attention. r
cough or cold will find it a friend. There Mrs.Sidney Wilbur.
i ,the mule may not weigh more than seven TltnsTflle
I hundred. Did they get their four Is no danger from whooping cough when Kay Stb mi. A. :J:1'roBchor: Kept constantly on hand at t

dollars and a half and their five dollars this remedy freely given. 50 cent bottles I am delighted i with the Hew Process. Vapor TITUSVILLE, FLA.,
Itove. It *more than I expected.
and a half Not a cent of it-and what's for sale by Dixon A; Gray. 174t Italy L .. Wile,. Keeps a all supply of Metallic and J. B. Screven'sDRUG
more they: lost the fares of five, who TttartUle,I'Ia.e.May 6th UI wooden
would have been passengers but for the and Creditors. s t
Notice to Debtors
I Coffin CAMS and CoskeU. 8TOHE.
extortionary mule charge. One of the ,
five was an old lady, the mother of the s LL CREDITORS legatees and persons enAtltled EDEN Funerals attended If desired. All orders
to distribution out of the eeuu of
:young man who owns the mule. She rr uk B.Backett, deceased an hereby noti promptly executed and at reason- Also the latest Newspaper, Period
persists In her determination to undergo their claim and demand to the able rates. Embalming done. 2: pals .to. i
undersigned,sole executrix of.saldestau.within -
the tiresome sailboat trip,rather than two rears,or this notice will be pleaded In J. E. ENDER &; CO.
give the steamboat company her money. bar of such claim. All persona owing said estate PINEAPPLE :a5:. :33. :33unYioll,
Last week four bundles of freight were, & are hereby required to settle their account Have exclusive sale of these celebrated STOP AT GEORGIANA
pat off on Clement's dock all the same :I with instituted the undersigned foe their collection.,promptly,or suit will be Glasses in Titusville.niruunEB. BRICKLAYER & PLASTERER
the orders that oa r ,
day. Two of were TKUTHA rUcirrr, t
sent for the IOOda-If not all four were Sole Executrix of the last will and testament .XEI.LAX .*MOORE, And Sea
of Frank B. deceased. taros" Titusville, Fla.
accompanied with a postscript to the PLANTATION.
The only: Manufacturing Opticians In
dealer, saying, "Send by Sweeney'or the South, Atlanta, Ga. Peddlers are Work contracted for on any part of F. C. Allen .
sailboat." And I would like to say to LEGAL NOTICE. not supplied with these goods eMmo Indian lUver. 8 ,

my neighbors, that it pays. Two packages T. :3D. n1.oharCl.8
that would have cost me 50 cents, Dealer
at least, by the L R. S.. line, cost me on- To Clear Up Vacant Lots In the C.. J. HECTOR, Eden IndIan River, Florida: k1. allot McAllister, In'I

ly 25 cents. Built Up,Portion of TUusvIIIe.miTHtKICAB. Stores TI -)fare Hollowware
,GJLUmo. Dealer In General p' ,
N.A.UJt..tJt. .N'S Contractor for
Georgians, Fla., June 22d, 1891.Chamberlain's .
the Ian Council at a regular :DI.Ierohand1seMelbourne. Wooden-ware Stone. are
VV meeting,held May lUIIo real,passed an ordinance NEWSPAPERSubscription ,
Eye and BMa declaring the heavy growth of Fla. Artesian Wells
scrub on the vacant lot la the built up portion, ,
Ointment. of TitiuvUle detrimental to the poblle health, Agency.* (HE!VY& SHELF HARDWARE.
A certain care for Chronic Son Eye. and a source of danger from Are, and ordering 1 Eau Gallic, Fla. *
same to be cleared up forthwith. li
Tetter. Bait Rheum, Scald Bead. Old The built op portion of TltasTllI I* defined Hats, Shoes, Clothing,Dry GoodsJust pd-Omo NAILS SCREWS
as follows to wit Beginning" Indian Rim, SsentfimarW.
Chronic Sore, Fever Sores, Ecaema, at north-east,corner of the Uelecpine Grant The Pioneer Agency.For TRACE CHAINS,
Itch Prairie Scratches Sore Nipple thence westerly along said gnat line to the mater Arrived. Splendid Goods. BUNG BORERS, i
of Third street, a* shown on the map ofJornerrllle
mad Piles. It U cooling and aoot&lnc. : thence north, along the eeaterof OILS, FAINTS, HARDWARE, LEAD, ample N. HENDRY BOLTS BRUSHES
Third street to the north line of said plat of terms and copies addressC. 1
Hundreds of cases have been cured by JoyaerrUle;abase ran west to eana.enI.treetl GROCERIES, GRAINOf Cftxlltort r n lJ3.ts,
it after all other treatment bad taped thence north along the center of Canaveral all kinds; and In fact a full line of H. NAUMAN Dealer In
,to Broad street thence east along Broad The Best Hade for this euma&e.ADd ,
It fa pet ap In>25 and 60 cent boxes. street street to Deflate street;; thence north along the everything. Call and examine 11 TiTUivimc, Brevard. county Fla.laplfcno Merchandise
center of Ueftolo street to Coleman avenue; General One Thousand and One Other
Fourth of Celebration at Coleman to India ,
July thence east along avenue :FOB -
River; the_ said river to place' of Things that You are likely to
Sebastian. tee beginning.are considered: All a*included said the center bounds of !1 r DRY,GOODS Buy your Stove here When JOG want

boats all streets on which they abot. Any person Wines! & GIAHT. Back or Grate,Top Bard r
4f. A regatta for of three classes faDing to comply with the provision of said ordinance Spirits 1, a new FIn
will be held at Sebastian on Friday. July after due notice,shall,upon eoarictkm, siS 1'r8tcrctuL STATIONERY, Damper, come right here for It, H duplicate i
be fined not lea than live aor more than riftyDollars
3d. Boston Yacht Club roles will be ; and.the ease of noo-residenta, after 6 parts are kept constantly OB
used. Entrance fees, $3, 12 and $1. due notice; ,the Town Council by virtue of the e4yt Groceries also a GOOD LINK: OF' .
i band
Prizes raised by subscriptions, and the ...thorix.b conferred upon then by See.> ,Chap. :Beers >Cp ... Choice ; t
the Law of norid.,
llAa's IHgesfof
entrance fees. Regatta Committee: Leon will proceed to perform sock work, and charge ,'/wilt.! Ossoaaeke. MIMS, FLA.Farmer's FIRST CLASS GROCERIES 'j
Yann, Arthur Kroegel, Frank For- the oust of same as a lien on said lot*, and enforce ( II
ster. Judges and Timekeepers: J.Williamson said Uea la the same manner provided f.MeclaaAic' CIGARS ETC. Sato af 1
and For
.Lien Now, therefore, all person tt Alliance. Constantly Arriving
W. O. Jacobs
J. D. Vann
and controlling tots ia the above de
OF THE FINEST Moderate Pri s.FC
DeLaney. scribe of Titosrille are ad.
built ap portion Lodg77t at-
Sports in the morning, at 0 o'clock; i. .i.k forth out the provision of said or- oo TO ntnsriii the Farmers and ___ la
diAaDea and I publish this a* a legal meets regularly on the
race three-legged race swimming notice to all persons concerned, and will proceed each moDtb at the 'Ie
match, tag of war, etc., etc. to enforce the above ordinance rigidly,and Lesley & Eenaker. third Saturdays of : of the ALLEN Georgian Flae
Fish fry, picnic and ball to be held in without fear or favor. pl attend.ban .
the Town UaH. H...Wruow.Ja t curare Invited w
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BUDGET # Apropos. ef the calliopr l / of a World's An act to amend Chapter 3134, Laws r THROUGH harmony of the and organisation uniformity in Is the to THE WIDEGENERAL WORLD.

FLORIDA'S fair convention by the Orlando people, if Florida, so as to authorize both husband the three states. They adopted ?________ ._
I Commissioner Turnbull suggests that the and wife to testify in civil actions by-law and constitution, and

call should include representatives of all In which either may be interested.An NEWS OF THE over 300 undertakes In the three TELEGRAPHIC AND

the various mercantile, commercial, act to provide for establishing
Of Newsy Notes and Pointed CABLE CULLINGSOf
manufacturing education! find art associations working repairing, inilntafnlngthepu of Tuesday from Rome
Paragraphs. in the state 'The official call lic roads ana bridges of the several coun has been,

for this convention, he says, should be ties of this state and to provide penaltiesfor : A new arrangement Brief Items of Interest From
the East Tennessee Virginia
Ocah' extends a'cordial invitation to issued in the name of as large a representative failure thereof.An Forming an railroad. Some two, weeks

the Florida press gang to visit Ocala and body of citizens as possible, the act to prescribe a form for war' Happenings Here .inn held in Cincin- Various Sources.
nen was
I be her guests during the festivities of tho proper Issuance of tlili call being: one of ranty deeds of conveyance to lands. committee of one engineer and --

Fourth of July. the cardinal points upon which success An act to regulate the continuance of of the East Parnell has been ordered to
of each pay $3,600(
will It should be made The at
R. )!. Call hss been appointed solicitor binge/ therefore criminal cases by the prorecutor. postoffice Virginia and Georgia rail- costs in the O'Shea divorce suit.
as comprehensive us possible. Every An act to authorize and regulate the Ala., was burned
for the criminal court of record for Dual > Much work wa* accomplished by Noble there 2s
citizen and in Florida Secretary says absolutely
every organization tailing of pools in this state. The bronze statue of
This is the made
count n.cant
committee. The engineers
foundation for the of
should in some be represented at no rumor his Contemplated
way William C. Wickham has 1
the death of Albert Owen but
by be
the convention. will not paid by runs, resignation.
and is for
ready delivery
Fernandina is to have of the biggest will receive cents
one M..t V.velIed at Pee.sac.Ia. GEORGIA EDITORS. Richmond, Va. i They : per The Excelsior Company, of Philsdelphia ::
; Fourth of July celebrations ever through freights, 8} cents on made an assignment Monday
known in Florida. Special invitations Hon. W. T. Mason, trains and 4 cents on locals, for.
Wednesday wltncs.e.1 the greatest assemblage } the benefit of creditors. i
the Press Association has been invited ,
tare been sent the Governor and his within Penaa- Meeting sioner increase of from 20 to 70 per
aver gathered
,cabinet on hand. cola's limits, the occasion the Atlanta. oration at Raleigh, ,N. C., their, earnings. The firemen Earthquake shocks were felt Monday
being unveiling at Castelnuevo Preschiera Somna
Latest New York produce quotation. I of the confederate monument. The Georgia' Press association met of July celebration. 63 per cent. of tho engineers' and Desenzano, Italy., cam-

are: Peen-to peaches, $1 to |2.50 per The monument Is located In the center of Tuesday at noon at the Kimball house, The first shipment of in proportion on the Queen and pagna, '
crate 8c 12c R. E. Lee in Atlanta. Col. W. L. Glessner sisting of seven tons, Radicals in the Italian chamber of <
; peen-to peaches, to per'ifusrtf square, the site being eighty president _ _____
'' watermelons, 75c to $1J; tomatoes, feet above the waters of the bay. Tbe of the association, president. Mr. tin mines, in San deputies are starting an agitation for the j

carries. $1 to $2.60; tomatoes, crates, $1 monument is constructed of gmnitc from H. II. Cabaniss acted temporary secretary -. California, wasreceived at DROP IN COTTON. abolition of the duty on corn. |I

to $2. Richmond, Va., surmounted by a figure in the absence of J. W. Chapman.The Monday.A A New York dispatch says: Friti

The county alliance met at Orlando representing a confederate soldier of following editors were present: P. fire at Danville Ky., Price In Thirty-Six Emmett, the actor; died at 11:15 o'clock

evfcrat days ago. and was a large gather. 1805. The hole structure is ovt-r fifty P. McCutchen, Franklin News; V. E. ing destroyed the hemp Years. Monday Morning, of pneumonia.

ing. It adopted a resolution fully approving feet high. Every military organizationin Orr. Georgia Teacher; J. B. Stewart, lishment of Cogar, Pall cotton in New York Fifty Jews have sailed from Antwerp i I
the call issued by citizens' mass- the state, save two, being fourteen in Jonesboro News; II. W. Penn, Monti- 665,000 pounds of hemp ) spot for Congo freo state. This is the first
meeting to take action oa the World's number, participated in the paiade. On cello News; A, L. Rjals, :McRae Enterprise pounds of twine. Loss, ; 8} cents, the lowest price batch of Jews to go to that region.
of futures
fair question, and pledging. their hearty the south face of the monument was the ; J. W. Chapman, Washington ance, 3l,000.. The lowBt price figure August in the history was of The total costs to Sir William Gordon
Gazette W. JL Kersh Fort En-
support. following inscription: "A. D. 1861. ; Valley Rev. Frank D. Lee, .. "The trouble Is," says Cummin of his suit against Mr.:and Mrs.
Rev R J. Morgan, of Orlando, goes A. D. 1805. The uncrowned heroes of terprise; J. T. McGinter, Forsyth Advertiser theological seminary in Conttitution, "that tho crop Arthur Wilson'and pthtrs amount to

to New York, where he will confer with the southern confederacy, whoso'joy it T. M. Peeples, Lawrenceville Va., in a spell of temporary 1,250,000 above the conserva 112,600.
I Chairman Dickie of the national commit. was to suffer and die for the cause they Herald; J. W. Anderson, Coving- the mind, on Monday put
at the of the
: beginning Charles II. Grosvenor of Ohio has
ton Star G. W. Harrison ,
tee of the prohibition party, and on bis believed. be just. Their unchallenged ; life of his only son, aged the
we begin new cotton year been appointed an of the
Southern Cultivator J. A. Brannen agent treasury
return will devotion and matchless ; whom he
proceed to organize the heroism shall was devotedly
prohibitionists Julius enormous surplus. Intelligent department to visit Europe in the in-
Statesboro A.
continue be *' Eagle; Hayden then committed
all over tw state for the to the wonder of suicide
ages. of the last September tertst of the World's Columbian
Kind Wordx lien Milliken Jesup Sentinel crop Exposi-
; ,
campaign of 1802.' Ho will remain in On the cast face: "Jefferson Davis. The census office
the field twelve months, and expects in President of the Ciufederate States of ; F. L. Cutaway, LaGrange Reporter; public the tobacco statistics ; now experts a tion.Advices
E. P. Howell, W. A. Hcmpbill, Clark: 9,000,000 bales was actually of Sunday from St. Peters-
that time be America soldier
to able to organize ; statesman patriot The
every total number of
In this state of affairs the
Howell, Atlanta Constitution;J. L. Gow Russia state that
County. Christian; the only man In our nation the burg, a barge convey.
Augusta News; T. B. Hicks, Dublin during census year was ; of cotton is lower 500 convicts to Siberia sank in the
without ing
The Timei'Union says: Florida people a country, yet twenty million Post S.V.. Newnan area devoted to tobacco, ; bus been in thirty.
Murray, Advertiser -
; at
his Volga Nijni Novgorod. Many con
people mourn death. On tbe west total
who north in the product, 80,308,393
go summer simply ; C. R. Pendleton Valdosta 'limes; The only years in that victs drowned.
for rest with a little/ recreation thrown face: "Edward Aylesworth Perry, captain R. W. Grubb. Darien Gazette Rein value of the crop to when spot cotton has ap were 1

In should bear in mind that the east const of Pcnsacola Rifles colonel of Crawford Athens Banner W. U.; :Mc on a basis of actual sales, $ the present quotations were A cablegram of Sunday from Rome,
of Florida and all the Second Elorlda: regiment, general ofa ; I says: Earth tremors, sometimes of terrifying
the stretch
long of her Millan, Dablonega Nugget; John Trip Wednesday, at New it was 8 cents, 1858. when it
Florida brigade in the of North violence continue in the Verona
gulf borders are lined with delightful army le tt, Thomasville Times-Enterprise J. for McCrystal, convicted 1878 when it was 8 13-16, and ,
places of resort quite as attractive and ern Virginia. Among tho first to volun. Christophcr } to bribe McCabe it district, threatening complete the destruction
teer in defense of his A. Hall, Calhoun Times; S. II? i who was again 8 13-16. In .
equally as cool as those along the north faithful in adopted state; Buena Vista Patriot; II. I moned as a tales ,juror in this depression, there is no panic of the town.:

ern lea oard. Patronize home industries merit advanced every position to which his II. Cabxnisa and Hoke Smith, I case, made application for market, ns there was three A tenement house fire in New York
him. his life
when you can. constitute his best monument."and deeds Atlanta Journal: W. 1. Gloosner.: Judge Marr overruled the when so many southern men Sunday morning resulted in the death Of

- A reunion of the "blue and gray" of north face On the Amerlcus Recordr; L. J. brumby, Athens sentenced McCrvstal to ; and squeezed before a few three members of one family, tenants of

the four counties, Alacbau, I'utnam. of :the"Stephen of R.the Mallory Confederate, secretary Southern Farmer; T. G. Stacey, penitentiary, the' full term ratora like! John II. Inman put the fifth or top floor, Phillip Brady, his
Clay and Bradford is to be held navy I ment law. under the wife and a thirteen-year-old
at Mel- States of America. 'Tis not in mortals Brunswick Advertiser; W. N. Benns, provided by market and son.

I rose.. A barbecue, regatta, tub race and to command success; but we'll do more Butler Herald; S. W.' Hawkins, Coving- The grape growers of the avalanche. This year there A. D. Cooley and C. II. Anderson, of

various other amusements will be on the tfemproniu, we'll deserve it.' ton Jt'nterprite; B. F. Perry; Canton Ad- Ga., and the surrounding a gradual fall in price, as the Cedar Rapids,.la., and two young ladies

program of the day's festivities. Committees This monument furnished the first monumental ,anct; A. A. Hose, Emory I'h&jtitjH. H. to form an association. A : came in, showing each month a living at Rockford, went out boat-rid

of arrangement have been appointed recognition of Jefferson Davis. Ricburdson, Columbus Enquirer; W. been called for the 27th of the crop.' With this ing at Rockford Sunday evening.. The

: at Gainesville, Palatka and Green The monument was unveiled by Miss Trox Bankston, mo gold A'ua Smith. at which it is expected to irresistible process, there has not boat capsized, and all were drowned.

Cove Spring, and it is epected that Jennie Henderson, of Tallahassee, granddaughter WELCOMED TO THE CfTf. half a hundred vineyards to allure the outside specula :Rev. Isaac Nicholson, of Philadelphia,

there will be a large crowd in attendance.Dr. of Colonel Ward, of the Second Mr. Cabaniss and Mr. Clark Howell The movers in tbe mutter many who might have been was,'on Wednesday, nightelccted bishopof

Thomas P. Gary, who died recently Florida regiment, who fell at Williams- addressed the meeting briefly on the pro. much benefit to the grape in an eccentric market were the Episcopal diocese of Milwaukee,

at Ocala, was president of the Florida burg. Governor Fleming welcomed the gramme of entertainment that had been will result in much good.In forced out"with comparatively on the eleventh ballot, about midnight. '

Medical association at one time mayor assembled multitude. J. II. Curry then provided for tho afternoon. Mayor the district court of and few failures. The acre Dig election is regarded as a victory for

of Ocala" and one of her leading and most I introduced the orator of the day, Captain llcmphill made a short address of wel Texas, Attorney-General was fuppos'd to have been high churchmen.
public-spirited citizens. Dr. turns out to be only 2J
Gary was Robert W. Davis, of Palaika. His come. filed a suit for for The world's fair fine art building, it
68 years of ago. lIe ranked high; in the speech was followed by a dress President Glessner responded happily Texas Insurance club. The less than that of last year. The is to be
medical parade, was definitely agreed on Tuesday,
of in Texas has
profession the counteracted
death state, and hi. In which confederate veterans (being the saying the association kuew what Atlanta is based on the law against put in Jackson park instead of on the'''
will be in the
universally regretted largest gathering in Florida since the hospitality was. The members of the by the Twenty-first le is estimated acreage elsewhere, lake front, down town, several miles
loss throughout Florida. Ocala mourns his war) participated. General William :Miller press were always glad to say a goud first attempt to practically that we have now away. This places the whole expositionat

deeply. commanding. Among the distinguished word for Atlanta. The pcopl OP tho law, and the outcome will 20,779,205 acres against last on a single site..
in .
From the Ft. White Boomer: "Some persons present were:' Tbe venerable state are proud of the city as their capital interest to insurance men in 1800. The gov. in
: fite broko out the
Sunday morning a
of the condition of the
are opposud to an appropriation to ex. widow of S. R. Mallory, secretary of the and us the representative of the vigorous The American Nur report main building of the hiladelphla 'Abat-
against 88.8 last at this
Florida at the World's fair. It of the confederate states and new south. tion year
navy Mrs. at its
recent annual s toir Thirtieth and Arch streets
If Company ,
aecuii to most minds, however that if Ellen Call these conditions continue a ,
Long, daughter of Governor NEW OFFICERS. neapolis, selected Atlanta as
Philadelphia.. together
not less than bales
Florida desires immigration and of the Call, the first white child of American for 8,500,000
The following committee its next meeting. This
on new with two
refiigerating containing
for this
better class expected in addi i
no better advertisement parents born in the state of Florida. officers Wns appointed R. W. Grubb great compliment to the year
'could be than : large suplus carried over." valuable machinery, 1,000 carcasses of
exhibits and placing full line of Additional Bltli Which are Now Law J. W. Andersou, Ben F. I'erry. I Georgia, for this .0".c' dressed beef, and 10,000 green hides, wan
Information every particle of necessary An act to enforce the payment ,)f taxes The committee's report was made and years old, composed of the PRINCE CRITICISED. consumed.' .
at tbe World's fair where it by bankurs and brokers. and
adopted as follows: gent experienced
would be.seen by people from every na A joint resolution America A ablegram from Bale, Switzerland
tion.I directing and empowering President W. L. Glessner; First Vice- having a Condemned by.the says: The lower one of the two railroadcars
the attorney-general to institute President, T. M. Peeples; Second Vice-
the broken
The Banner of Liberty Live Oak legal proceedings to settlement 400.A English Press. suspended over bridgenear
( ,) compel of President, Clark Uowell; Treasurer, J. Montgomery Ala., Moenchensteio were the accident loan

says: "A bill of the present legislature indebtedness to the state by different W. Burke; Recording Secretary, Ben F. Ben F. Burch, charged cablegram of Thursday, excursion train ,took place Sunday
that has become a law and that is of interest railroad and canal companies.
Perry, Corresponding Secretary, G. A, and killing outspoken newspaper press was lifted Tuesday, and more dead
to the poor people as well as the An act to amend a set entitled "an Ryals. Shelley's Selma had upon Ihe port the prince of bodies found. The number
were exact
rich is the usury act. This provides that act to Incorporate and enlarge the powers Executive Committee-John Triplett, nary hearing Tuesday in in the baccarat scandal of dead and wounded is not
10 per cent .shall be the maximum rate of the Florida Fruit exchange," approved J. W. Anderson, B.. W. Grubb, J. L. denied bail. The case is to be the sensation of the day ratly known. yet
interest allowed on any loan. This May 81. 1887. Gow and elsewhere. The
II. u. Cabaniss, Charles Pendleton, interest in Alabama on prince
act provides further that any violation of An act defining the liabilities of railroad Ilemsen Crawford. prominence of the to be in a very sulky frame ot Fire broke out in Buckalew'a stable, at

the act shall cause the lender to lose all I companies iu' certain cases. Next year's meeting of the association will be made to get Burch by the storm of adverse Seabright, N. J., Tuesday afternoon.

the interest on said loan. This law, however I An act to incorporate the Florida, will be held in Columbus. writ of habeas corpus.A criticism which has swept and The flames spread through the business

,,does not affect existing contracts." Georgia and Western Railway company few over he heir apparent. center, causing a loss of '400..
weeks the
Tho J and to certain lands to aid in ago be 000. It is alleged that a drunken man
Tampa rnallaYI it Is pleased to grant the shoe store of W. R. ous press, as might expected
know that the enterprising citizens of construction of said railway.An HOT WAVE Macon Ga. made in its comments upon the deliberately threw a lighted match on &
Orlando have started the inauguration of act entitled "an act to Incorporate Mr. an Wales' conduct. The Christian bale of hay, which ignited. Over 100(

a movement, which, if deservedly sop- the Arcadia, Gulf Coast and Lakeland Makes a Pop Call Through the assignee Eugene but on Leonard Saturday influential, independent re- families are left without homes-in fact,

ported by the people of the state, will Railroad company and to grant lands to New England States.A tore, among whom were paper, representing all completely financially rujned.

result in Florida being represented at the the same." Boston dispatch says: The thermometer tional bank end I. C. Plant denominations, says, for In. A dispatch of Tuesday from Ayer, ..

Columbian exposition in spite of the leg An act to prohibit the sale and disposing at the United States: signal that the assignment be "The throne rests upon the Mass.,, says: The bank examiner has

islature falling to do its duty. This II I of cigarettes, smokettes and cigarette service office registered 92} degrees at 1 receiver appointed instead. of public opinion only. A concluded his final examination of the

timely movement, and the Orlando con- paper to persons under eighteen o'clock Monday afternoon and on down Judge Miller has IC"IIJall like that of Tranby books of the North Middlesex Institutionfor

ventlon should be made a success by the years of age. town streets more reliable. ones ranged I i Leouard receiver, and not destroy this foundation, and I Savings, and finds that the total

hearty co-operation of every city and An act to confer police powers on all from 94 to 98 degrees. Signal office One hundred the Eighth would never bo smountof! ex-Cashier Spaulding's defalcation -

county in Florida. conductors in charge of passenger trainson statistics show this to be.the hottest June from Cincinnati and twenty ." is $2,000. The comptroller will
The business outlook in the Waldo the railroads la this state. day for eight years, with the exception: rough at OH THE: CONTINENT. levy an assessment on the stockholders of
Ky., by a special
'eectlon is improving. The money derived An act making appropriations for the of June 23, 1888 when the minimum day. This is the first of a &'correspondent of the Times the bank of probably 50 per cent.

from the strawberry crop, which expenses of the state government for temperature was 90. cursions to that city from the baccarat scandal has caused An official cablegram of )foJday'from
wu considerably increased nine months of the year 1891 and for the Reports from Maine points show a Admiral McCann at the
over .that of chants and manufacturers of in army circles on the conti. Iquique, to secretary -
last year with that secured from daily year 1893, and for six months of the range from 82 to 90, the latter at Port intend making a hard fight where the prince of of the navy announces that the

shipments of peaches, hu relieved the year 1893. land. Of eighteen towns in New Hampshire ness and trade of the new au honorary colonel of several Itata sailed under convoy of the Charles

preuure, and Waldo, for once, hat a An act relating to the Blue Springs, but one shows below 90, and thatis the south. Another The correspondent also call. I ton at 9 o'clock Saturday night for Son

surplus' The peach crop' la immense. Orange City and Atlantic Railroad company the Fabyan house where the thermometer Cincinnati Chamber of to the fact that an Austrian Diego Cat, It is not probablo that she

A car-load leaves the depot daily for and providing for an extension of is 83, while other towns report from pected in a few days who was found to have con will be forced, as her machinery is in bad

points north, and west, and prices are its road with its land grants to Ocala, in 00 to 99, tbe latter figure at Contocook. in a similar manner, cheating; shape, so that it is expected that a month
About 200
holding up satisfactorily. Some of the Marion connty, and Tavares,' in Lake White River Junction, Vt., reports 93; negro drillers/ part of one of his subordinate will be occupied In'the homeward trip.A .
finest peaches county. Woonsocket, R. I., 93j; Newport R. I., on Venable Bros. works at :
ever seen in Florida have \ compelled to resign from the Rockville
An act to fix the of members officers tain, Ga., went out on a Conn., dispatch ears:
been shipped this season from Waldo. pay 78; Springfield, :Mass., 94 to 98; Hartford to avoid being tried by court The heat. was
and attaches of the legislature of Conn., 91./ morning. They have made so oppressive in this city
Speaking of Florida the Sanutnak A. D., 1891,. on the company for an Wednesday forenoon that all grade school
JVWisays: A State that THE: RECORD BROKEN. and : FEELING IN TIlE ABUT. in the east district
can produce An act to prescribe the times of hold it is not known for were ordered closedat
annually$30,000 worth of honey, $10.000 ing the terms of the circuit court In the A Providence R. L, dispatch says: struck. They were being of Thur-day says that both 9 o'clock. The mercury stood at 00

worth of strawberries, $10,000 worth of Fourth judicial circuit.An At :2 o'clock Monday morning the thermometer $1.60 to $1.73'rer sod navy feel most keenly the degrees. The bog continued dry weather,,

hogs, $30,000 worth of sheep, $3.50000; act defining usurious contracts and stood at 78 degrees. At 1 :30 supposed they want $3 :ch bad been placed upon an with the intense heat of the past three

worth beef, $750,000 worth of sponges, prescribing penalties .forfeitures. on o'clock in the afternoon it showed 107, a works are all closed down in profession by the agreement days has done much damage to crops

$340,000 worth of fish and oysters S3,. the same. rise of 34 degrees in a little over eleven of the strike, and about. between the field marshal through Tolland Qounty, especially to-

000,000 worth of oranges, lemons, limes, An act making atheists, agnostics and hours. This breaks the record. Complaints The United t States: circuit to maintain secrecy in 114,.

and pine-apples, $03,000 worth of sugar persons who do not believe In the doctrine come from all over the state as to I I Richmond. Va., was the gambling and by "gamb.
and the excessively hot weather and need of of A dispatch of Monday from Ottawa
molasses. $200,000( worth of rice. ( of future rewards and punishment morning with youngsters, one them a
$300.000 worth of cedar, $4,000,000 competent witnesses, and providing penalties rain, in order to save what little there U citizens to witness distinguished the ." Out, says: Abbott, Sir"John'. successor,
worth of cotton, aqd thousands left of the crops. succeeded in forming hIS cabinet.
of dol for testifying falsely.An monies incident to the
lars At New York the record has been PRESS SUSTAINED which will remain
worth of other things as was, except
can well act to define the in which the
very manner sew appellate court, the head.
brokeo and Mondsy will into history This is
afford to.have its praise sounded. entrances to certain public buildings shall pass districts ot Maryland a temporary arrangement -
as the hottest 13th of June eve; Decision Affect- to ensb'e: the government to pulP
Floridians who familiar be constructed. and .
were with the Virginia North
recorded. At 8 o'clock in the morning through the session.
I News It i. understood!
early scene of the late war will be in. An act to keep in repair all the public the thermometer on the street level stood Justice Fuller, of the Agencies. that Sir Henry and
Langvin Sir
terested to know that the Sharon (Ma<..) road and bridges, and to open new at 70 degrees and at noon it had jumped the United States;Judges term of the supreme court Caron will will retire after the session,
AdtoaaU, I In its account of the roads In the county or Orange.An of Maryland, and J. J. York
recent to 85. but at 2:SO o'clock the record was I on Saturday, sustained and it is also reported that Sir Charles
"Decoration Day" exercises<< In that place, act for the protection! and preservation smashed and the mercury indicated 97) Virginia presided.A of Judge O'Bnen in deny Tupper will succeed Abbot
*ayss "One of the most interesting of certain plume birds in this state. telegram from Dotban. motion of the Dunlap-Dalziel as premier.

sights of the day WM th.flag that floated An act: to amend section 1 of an act entitled in Henry county on the company for an injunction to statement A Washington dispatch says; The

over FL: Pickens during the bombard. "an act t> incorporate the Fernan ONE WAS OUT. says fire broke out there & the Associated Press from re to Secretary Foster, by E. 6.

meat In 1861. Comrades A. F. Didot dma Street ant Suburban Railway company -- log, and burned the stores clients to observe the rules of facts Lacey comptroller of currency of the

and James Ryan were present during the ." Count of Uncle Sam's Cash In ford, J. A.. Balitham in relation to the patron. leading up to the final closing of the
Keystone National
bombardment and proud, were they to An act fixing and regulating the time th Vaults.A B. J. Moody, IL G. news Ngencies. The im and the bank at Philadelphia,
carry the tattered old rag' during the for holding the terms of the circuit court Treasury Kirkland Bush's barber of this decision cannot be over appointment of a receiver therofor -. .

I a7. The flag showed evidences of ba,. in and for the third judicial circuit of Washington dispatch of Friday heaves, Brantly & Co., The claim of tbe Dunlap was the made public Sunday. Mr. Leech
log been through a hard fight." tbe state of Florida.An aayt The count of the cash in the if sustained, would have been says first information received by him
I The rim .-FniWi Washington correspondent act to amend an act entitled an act treasury vaults of the treasury, conae confectionery.Murpbree's millinery The fire i establish the right of an indi in reference to the Lucas defalcation wu
to establish the municipality Weft the recent la the officeof ocialon contained in a communication received .
says; "There l S.t some hope Key quest on change Watson's and is *s> of individuals to
now that Florida may receive a visit and provide for its government and prescribe treasurer, has so far resulted in the been the work bakery of an the benefit of the work of tbe January fIlth from Bank Examiner Drew.

f row: tbe president. It was Us original its jurisdiction and powers. discovery of discrepancy of $1. This! $30 000 insurance $30,000. Press, which would have A St. Louis dispatch says; During a
Intention to vlait the state on his long :An act to incorpoiaU the Chipola and ts missing from a beg of sliver in a vault ; of the power to enforce severe storm which came up between 1 .-

trip undertaken la Aprf, but clrcum. Chippewa Lake Railroad Company.An containing nearly 70000000. The bag The executive committee !I to regulate its business. The and 3 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, some,

aUncea dictated otherwUe. Now how. act to incorporate the Lakeland. broke op'n by its own weight and decay Funeral Directors' sustains the right of the Associ twenty.five picnickers were huddled together .

ever. he is being urged to take a trip Mehawk and Tavares Railroad Company of the canvas, and its contents ..ese scattered gia, Alabama and llis .. j, ____________ I in an outhouse in Forest park,
aottih( in October to visit the Interstate and to grant lands to the same.An among other bags in the vault. It joint meeting near the police station for protection

Immigration Exposition at Raleigh'and act to limit and !fix the boundaries contained $1,000 In silver dollar ..U Lint day. and formed a tri-state i: Nominated. from the raia. They had scarcely,. got

if the, Florida people mike the cf the town of Eustis, in Lake county, one of whUh were, found, and that one funeral directors, and A. B. inside the building when it was struck

effort there is reasoa to believe that proper he Florida. will probably torn up before the examination Meriden/ was elected state convention, in by lightning. Nearly all of the occu-

Bay be persuaded to visit them on that An act declaring the town of St. Leo' of the vault is c .ncluded. Fleming, of Georgia vice Ii Columbus, 0., on Wednesday pats of the outhouse were more Jn

occasion. la the county of, Pasco, state of Florida, Otherwise, ix-Trtasurer Huston will haveto Garner, Miaoisaipi. McKinley for governor by ac injured, one being killed and three o very

to b, a legally incorporated town. make it good. D. :Miller. of Birmingham, eeriouslv, hart.

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REV.: DR. TALMAGE drawer Ipllntator the sufferer easily by opened the Occident are' ",bandages and la that and boI80t.ground one greal hundred palace I'OOtlUlllooded which has with abov tunshine -:'I r Too Futidiotu. : Don't-- Say

the lack of which fifty people ? It takesall tiras to absorb what --
are dying outside the drug store Before I has been revealed, so my that I have no time to ItIirOtd President (to applicant tot Gate, for tcnta.

THE BROOKLYN DIVINE'S SUN apply this thought every one sees Its appli upturn and root out and drag forth what position)-"But do desire an Party, for person. '
cation. Here why you
I.this old world, and It is off has not been revealed. The meet of the effort for
DAY SERMON. track. Sin outdoor Would Dept a.tol L
and sorrow havo collided with to solve mysteries and explore: the inexplicable position particularly
it. The groan of agony is fourteen hun and harmonize things I. an attemptto you Dot be willing to take a place in my Posted e ae. 1\

StBJECT.-1'h dred million voiced. God has opened for help the Lord out of theological difficul own office beret A vacancy that I think Infored
Bittle of
Creed relief and cure a great sanitarium a great ties. Good enough Intention, my brother, would be suitable exist at present." Stopping, .tying.
house of mercy: and aU Its shelves are no doubt, bat the Lord is not anxious to havo Just Like I do for as .

,TMCT "R tliatpa tet6y and mtddlefk filled with balsams, with catholioons, with you help Him. He will keep His throne without Fib Dndcll.. (lust broke loOse from Feel badly, for feel bad. eaw j U/I
teUh help-glorious help tremendous help. help nmrd "Well-er- know tilting
ttrlff Monsftna not to him it Wet your l tance. Don't be afraid that ye Healthy for wholesome.Try .
that takeA a dog bv the rarl.-I'ronrbe on* so Administered that :you need not get the Bible will fall apart from inconslstenote at a desk all day would make a fella's and for to da.
xtvI., 17. upon any step ladder to reach it. You can It hung together many centnrta before yon twousors bug horwibry at the knee; dQ try
.Solomon here reach it on your knees and then hand It to were born, and your funeral sermon will bot don't'cbe These for this kind.
fig in between contestant deplores the habit of rush. all the suffering and the sinning end the preached from a text taken from its undis find, it so yourself, nqwl"- Cunning for small, dainty. Pretty' strong (

,in:tli*antagonisms of ; of taking per$ dying. Comfort for all the troubled! Pardon turbed authenticity.' .Ltui. Funny, lot odd or unusual. for Dr.
flgbto which others; of Joining In for all the guilty I Peace for all the dy- Do yon know that I think that if all min- I I reasons trying Sag
Guess for
'110 good to other they Mid ought to shnn. They do !nit I But while&he world is needing the relief later in all agnominations would stop this There are now 19,373' newspapers suppose or think Catarrh Remedy. In
_nil. Be get damage for th m- and teriabtDg
taking a dog compares by the ear it to the experiment of church Why: it ta full of fighting doctors. the word of God,the only question with each I I a gain of 1,013 over last yearl record. as soon, for just as lief. place, it cures your catarrh
tate canio Nothing so \Irri On the top shelf are some old bottles., which of us being bow many souls w* can bring to New York Had rather, for would rather.
as to be is in the lead of the state
Take them by the back clutched by the lug* several hundred years ago Calvin or Arnria- Christ and in how short a time, the Lord Had better for would better. no matter how bad yo'ar case, ,
of the neck and lift lies, or the members of toe synod of Dort, or would soon appear for the salvation of all haYing 1,858 paper ,
them and it does
not seem to hurt Right for Immediately.' of how standing.
but take the or offend; the.tQJ'IDerlof the Nicene creed filled with nations Why not all at once light all the a"aYl or long I
take yon you with his dog the In ear sit and he will holy mixtures, and until we get a revision of torches of Gospel Invitation? Why not ring T. Dl pl Cold., Not I good as, for not so good u doesn't simply palliate 't 'ttuns.
of kennels the history these old bottles and find out whether we all the bills of welcome? Why not light up Some ten days, for about ten days. I it '
no Intelligent to cleans the
stand that*! Now" or Solomon spirited dog" will must take a teaspoonful or tablespoonful, the long night of the world's sm and suffering n.aduhuand.FeTer&, system The matter of, for the matter with. If you believe it s
into quarrels or says 1ou go and whether before or after meals, let the with bonfire of victory Why not no- effectually ret gently, when costive or bilious Not as I know for not that I know.
controversies that are not much the better.
nations suffer and. and die. Save the limber all the Gospel batteries and tot them
your and you will get lacerated groan ,or when the blood Is Impure or sluggish else's for else. Ter.snothing
and torn Somebody somebody's
and bitten. botSea by aU means, if you cannot save any boom across the earth and boom into I I ,
dleth with strife'He that pasaeth by and med. thing else.Now tHe parting heavens. The King is to permanently cure Kind of, to indicate a moderate degree more to be said .

,one that taketh a belonging dog by the not him'" is like what part shall you and I take in ready to land if we are ready to receive awaken the kidneys and liver to a healthy Stors for I rains or snows moder You get it for 50 cents, rm
Him. cannot who living
Why wa are now Ii
This is the time of this controversy which nils all Christendom .
resounding ecclesiastical sea His descent Must it all be postponedto activity without Irritating or weakeningthem all '
with advice is take druggists.
clangor My
quarrel. Never within your or no partIn worldgroaned Above for foregoing, more than or be.
mine has memory time of riot all of cities advise later egret Has not our poor i of Fig .
the air been so full of mayors use Syrup *
missiles. yond. '
The Presbyterian good citizens' to stay at home OP la theirilaces long enough in moral .J'ODIee'Ha. But perhaps wn't believe
Church has on hand a con ..there not been martyrs enouzn. and Tf It would ever Try an for make you
troversy of business and In this time of relig- viuin't' for Its light nobody experiment, an experiment.
to great that it finds it prudent to ions riot I advise to about bate not the lakes of tears and tile rivers find out that the sun him spots on It. it. Then ther's another
its settlement for at least one you go your rep cannot
more of blood been Why
:year hoping that something will lar work for God. Leave the bottles on the deep enough More than you think for, for more than for frying Shot "
turn up. shelves for others'to about and the final glories roll in. now? Why cannot lie Careful .f Your Ejmlhl; reason it
Somebody might die or higher fight think.
a new tide
general assem this feed the incoming you
.bly: may have grace to handle the exciting take the two bottles on the shelf within of the dying oceans century of heavenly mercy? Mast It Is a well known fact that the eyesightthe that you can't be and '
,questions. The easy reach, the two bottles which are all most delicate of our oe easilydentrojed cr
Episcopal Church has cast our eyes close in death ant our ears takeon of not suited to Fontmpnreor thin Ma.
oat this world needs the filled with byvlieme glasiwa IO.n you'll get $500. plain
some recalcitrants, and its digestive or dying ; one a the deafness of the tomb and these the eyes.orot quality. larla. Neuralgia, ,
gene are taxed to the utmost in potion which is for the cleansing of all sin poor tAk..\! Iron Hitters It n- .
trying to as- hearts beat their last throb before the dhy It IK the greatest foolishness to purchase gives trenllh. business offer. The makers
tamilnta others. "Shtll women preach the other filled with a potion which is for comes in? 0 Christ? Why tarriest Thou cheap glasses frrru unreliable dealer Tbe making old persons feel young-and rOllnl '
."Or be rent the soothing of all suffering. Two Gospel risk thIs i In thoiinand timesgreater persons strong; pleasant to take will
as delegates to conferences?" Wilt Thou not, before we !go the way of all taken In doing a of Dr. Sage's
are questions that have bottles! Christ mixed them out of His own let scarred feet under limn the small amount s".I.Wllh Remedy
put of the earth us see Thy
our Methodist brethren the many tears and blood. In them is no human cloud this ? Before the above In view. Mr. A. Hawkes., Cherish your best hopes as faith, and abide that theycan't ,
"anxious some noonday coming pay you
_t." And admixture. Spend no time on' the well known thronghoiit the country as a leadIng by th.01ln action.
the Waters some of the great we die let us behold Thy hands that optician has established factory In Atlanta know
baptistries are truubled waters. Because of mysteries! You a man only five or were spiked, spread out in benediction fora here are xvpared perfect glasses'' of VAN W1I&L. Sin and Machinery Co..Atlnnt cure you. They
the controversies six feet high ought not to" try to wade And let with vhmleof Hawked" Ua., 'I
throughout Christendom lost race. why not us, our every slr" linb. CrystallisedIenws manlractu. t'otOI UlnaFwuLr. that they can- think .
the air it now like an August afternoon an ocean a thousand feet deep. My own mortal ears, bear that voice which spoke liars a national reputation and arc endorsed Con (' .(' ,Pn"'A. till M118.Ice you
about five o'clock, when It has been steaming experience has been vivid. I devoted the as Thou didst go up speak pardonand by thousands of the best cltlsons of the Itafllmr 1'1.1 Tanks> that they can't. If '
of time for in to peace United States, whose will be IIh.nuJlOn WindMachinery l-Mllls, Kto. tey'r
not all day, and clouds are gathering and moat my years trying no. emancipation and love and boldness name "rie 1'1'1(8 andillso'tii.FITS I '
; .
there are lions of thunder with grumbling derstand God's eternal decrees, and determined and joy to all nations as Thou comeat down .N' wrong you get the
merchants these crystal-
I and
to find out the Lord let sin "topped free by Kl.nil'N
voices and flashing eyes coming forth from why But the skies do not part. I hoar no rumbling I hind of i OR nmvr
lenses bent tlieirtoek.
paying part
their cloudy lairs and come into the world and I set out to explorethe I I'1 :IRTI HI1RtR No after lint ) wrong you're rid ofcatarrh. .
people are wafting of chariot wheels coming down over because the people want them and will have ant. II 'u'r ,
for the full burst of the tempest. I am not doctrine of the 'l\rinlty.and with a yardstick the sapphire. There 1s no swoop of wings others. Them upectucles are sold In nearly I I.11.1. Dr. .11. KI1 Arch"St. 'I"f". .
much of a weather prophet, oat the clouds to measure the throne, of the Innnito.A I see no flash of angelic appearances.! AU is every town In America and every pair Is .
took to me mostly like wind clouds. It with all my predecessors,the.attempt was still. I hear nothing but tho tramp of my warranted. They are not supplied to peddlers
be a big blow butt a dead failure. For the last thirty years I remember, How About Your Mother.Scrofula
' In hope it will soon be have not spent two minutes! in the own heart as I pause between those utter Mr. A. K. II Hawkes the only manufacturer .
over.! regard to the Battle of the Creeds, studying ances. The King does not land because the of these C'ryMalllzed Lenses, and makes a
1 am every day asked about it. I want to controverted points of theology and if I live world is not ready and the church is not specialty of tilling t'l'ull-s' cr111tlon.... Ad-
make it so plain this morning what I think thirty years longer I will not spend the thou ready. To clear the way for the Lord's com dress all orders IS Whitehall at., Atlanta Uo

that Let no those one will who ever are;jurymen ask the case-I sandth know part two things of a second, and in these such I exploration.will devote ing mind let and us devote soul. all A Russian our energies general! ot .riding body. There Is more Catarrh In .section of the or Kings Evil is the most stubborn of 'all Skin affections. '

mean those who in the different ecclesiastical all the years of my life in proclaiming courts have the questions pnt directly! through Jesus Christ pardon sin, and the dying and dead, wounded soldier asked and until tbf lout few years wo *upoo* d to Whether inherited otherwise, it is a blood diseaseand '

' of before-then us keep out.)-weigh The and most decide.damaging Let the thing rest Creeds will: comfort have their trouble.uses, but just now the him stand for his water language but the and officer knew did not not under-what local pronounced balnourmble.remedies It a For,and loool great by disease constantly many and years prescribed falling doctor to cannot b permanently cured by anything but S., S. S.

'on earth is religious controversy. No one church is creeded to death. The youn men the poor fellow. wanted. Than the core with local treatment, pronounced it In.
ever comes out of it as good a man as he entering the ministry are going to be soldier cried out "Christo" and that curable. Bclflnce ho proven CatArrh to be* A GRATEFUL DAUGHTER.
goes in. Some of the minister in all denominations launched in the thickest fog that ever sot- word meant sympathy and help(, and constitutional disease, and therefore require ",
who before the present acerbity tied on the coasts. As I am told that in all the Russian offliMr dismounted and put to constitutional trvv.insnt. Hall's Catarrh
were good and kind and useful now seem almost our services student of Prlnietoa an 1 Union the lips of the sufferer a cooling draught.Be Cure, riar'l" br F.J. Cheney A <,' constitutional cur
swearing mad. These brethren I notice and Drew and other theological seminaries that the charmed word with which we on Toledo the,market.Ohio,1. ",It ua Is only taken Internally In dosei during that time the glands on her neck burst open In five plO ThrM .

{always open their violent meetings with are present, and as then words will go forth to do our whole duty. la many from lOdrops to a t.a.poonrul. It act directly openings were small and healed right but the other two would fill up
prayer before devouring each other thus come to thousands of young man who are languages it has ouly a little dlfformoa of apon the blood and mucous surf aces of the up, ul
saying grace before meat. They have a moral soon to enter the ministry let me say! to termination. Chrlstosl I It stands for sympathy. lystam. They offer ODe hundred dollars for break open anew, about cvorjjtwo weeks alwa1 causing severe pain and .

hydrophobia; that makes us think they have such and through them to their assjciates. It stands for help. It stand torPardoa. anr case it fall it our. Baud for circulars She WM reduced in l tonic and coca wines ,
taken a dog by the ears. They never read keep out of the bewildering belittling destroying It stands for hope. It stand forheaven. ana Uatimoulal, Address prostration. 1 b
F.J.CH m T Co.ToUdo, 0. used to her alive. She commenced taking 8. ., s*
imprecatory! Psalms of David with such and angry controversies abroad. Chrlstosl In that name wa were. ff Bold by bruggiat.s,7ta h generously keep S
seat as since the Briggs and Newton and The questions our doctors of divinity: are baptised. In that name we took our nest Improved from the start the first bottle gave her an appetite and by the time
MacQueary and Bridgman and Brooks questions trying to settle will not be settled until! the sacrament. That will be the battle shout The fear of future evil I lain itself th.are.t.eet well.
she Is
she finished the fourth bottle her neck healed now "n
got into full swing. May the rams of day after the day of ;judgment. It is such a that will win the whole world for(God of evils. up, rely ;

tbesbeepfold soon have their horns sawed poor economy of time to spend years and Christo Put It on our banner when w* Jlus. E J. ROWELL, Mrdtor lasl .
off Before the controversies are settled a years In trying to fathom the unfathomable march) Put It on our lip when wa dial FoR Dyspepsia, Indluei-llon, end Stomachdisorders ii

good many ministers will through what theycall11beraJsm. when in five minutes In heaven we will know Put in the funeral psalm at our obsequies I 'I'ou\o.\ use Ilrown's Iron Hitter The the Book enlfluodsssdBkin dl_ie* f TUB SWIFT BfKCiriO CO, AtLAjrrA, UA.84UIMCI ,,
It rebuild the mstrtn, clean _. ,.
be landed into practical in all we want to know. Wait till wa get our Put It on the plain slab over our gravel I Best Blood and strengthens the niuiwleA splendid --- --- _
fidelity and others through what they call throne. Wait till the light of eternity Christos I Blessed be Hi glorious name for- toulo for weak and debilitated persons.
conservatism will uhrink up into bigots tight Bashes upon our newly ascended! creel Amen I
and hard as the mummies of Egypt which spirits. It is useless for ant on different Turns U a sufficient recompense In the very
got through their controversies three thousand sides of a mole hill to try to discuss the comparative A LIVELY RACKET consciousness of a noble d.-C.I'f'f'.. I
years ago. heights of Mount Blano and Mount ,
This trouble throughout Christendom Washington.. Let me say to all young men -

was directly inspired by Satan. He saw about to enter the ministry that soon the Between New and Old Boards ol It Makes
that too much good was being done. Recruit greatest novelty in the world will ba the unadulterated ,
were being gathered by hundreds of religion of Jesus Christ. Preach Police Commissioners.A PAiNT
thousands to the Gospel standard. Tile that and you will have a crowd., The worUis
victories for God and the truth were too sick to argltatloa; with the modern Bridgeport, Conn., Dispatch II\Y'I: Pure Blood 'TJ ADDITION OF AN I

near together. Too many churches were quacks in religion.! The world has been There was a sensational episode in the PU E OAU PART OrOllyXjJSvtHnJww 25
swinging off from the oil Gospel but it will imbrOLflio when MAKIIOCOT5GIII.
being dedicated. Too many ministers were police : Jlond.iy night, ., -
And bj 00 doing llond'i .n.porlllo cum "croralt, ,
being ord&.ned. Too many philanthropieswere swing back and by the time you young mango 1'htrolmna Murphy suspended for .
salt itMura and alt otbar blood diMMaa aida properdifMtlon 7348 PAPERS <
into the the will be
being fostered. Too many souls were pulpit* cry coining. up drunkenness, but acquitted and orderedto lh to...r,orsaa ot the body, !
being saved. It bad been a dull time in the from all the millions ot mankind, "al,. us .1. 'nn. \Vkt r* w. ham .Atrnt will nrrniife .
nether world, and the arrivals were too few. tha broad of life; no sweetened bread, no report for duty by the new democratic andpnnaU attack. of tbat find filing or' mar with .uy; Brllvc mrrrhiiai.. dc ill.-,"' V. 'T' :
So Satan bread with sickly raisins stuck here and commissioners ordered from I he ..rioI1.dltt..... Hos will toke hoods Banapirllla
one day rose his throne and
said, "Ye powers of darkness upon hear T' And there into It, but old-fashlone t bread" as God ranks at roll call by Chief Itv- now It will po',Q all and down the the our mother mixed and baked It!I" .hut day ol laminar.Hood's. '
up cavernu
cry wss, lands. JIuiphy refused to obey, udPsrtnm.d.
Now what is the simple fact that lathe low41rl4
fleari Hear you I
!? Satan said: "There is that Sarsaparllla
when by the chief orders )
American Board of Commissioners for Foreign pew ant ibbath-school class and reformatory Bsi (PAUIUD. '
Minions. It must either be demolished association and we In the pulpits he was forcibly removed. aftera Sold by all drojiuu |1ifor! |& ....panoIOQItCo KtrongttttnApurtit o?

or crippled, or the first thing you know they have to o.Iealwit.lP [* 'is this: That Go 1 hu struggle by two other cfllcern and fc I,HOOD*ou., lotnU, ..... 'Makes the beat uiAou lard- I
will have all nations God. somewhere, and it matters not where, but his tiken Chief Soap mlut
brought to Apol- badge Ilylandu
awny. IOO Doaos One Dollar I.t fur softening
lyon the Younger! You go Andover somewhere, provided a great heaven great who is under ing. I m'l\ IF* or* alwayt glad t see post whether yea
up acting Mayor Marigold'sorders -.0. cleansing wait
and get tho for quietness for thosa! wao wantqulet; great pip wish to purohaae or ooi.lhhle to show
professors to duciustiig: whetherthe U intrenched in his office which dlnlnfwtlns sinks, usda because bat etcun..lnctll
heathen can be saved without tha Gos for vast assemblage: for those who like multitudes oOtwub .U'.I oprtuoit
great for architecture for those who la IHcjrs. II, he Intends lug bottles you bow ) ** -
pel. Divert tUjiu from the work of mission ; guarded by says "GermanSyrup" compttltlon. you do yourself '
and get them in angry convention in like: architecture; great for beautiful landscape to meet fort e with force, and it Is PENNA. SALT MFO. CO., an injustice If you buy anything la the way

room at Youn '. Hotel, Boston and for those who Ilka beautiful landscape; considered certain that if a forcible attempt Jen. ARnflta. I'bll._, 1'a. diamoDd.precious lions a, walb.frt (' o .
the time great for music for those who like music; -- | k. J. P.Htavma \ :
by .
the of
they adjourn cause "or. .IDI.our
is. msdrf to oust him and install the
great for processions for thaw who A Hro. ittL
foreign mission wilt be and tt.
magnificently injured. Ulabolus gloriously the younger like armies oa white horses, and great new chief there well be blo ,htd. For Sale *tnd for ealAlmriii..

1 YOU go up anti get Union Theological for anything that ona especially desires in -
such a rapturous dominion; and through the Smith'sWorm
Seminary of >ew York: and the general
,l assembly of the Presbyterian Church at Do- doings: of one who was burn about A PLEA OF GUILTYIs TWO
five miles south of Jerusalem and died NDSAFES.
trots swords'
at points and diverted trom the :
about ten minutes' walk: from its eastern We six In ( 8E .
work of making earnest ministers of religion: Entered by Ex-City Treasurer are am.
and turn that old Presbyterian Church gate all may eatir that great heaven Sold I Cheat for Caah.AdHrraa .
in Must be
for the earnest awl heartfelt aikinz. Is Bardsley.A A Farmer at fly We live a > For Worms.
bat been keeping us out of customer
that all That is all What then is where .
tor hundreds of years, into a splendid pan work and mine Our work Is, to ,penu&dd your Philadelphia dispatch says: John Edam.>I rAvna, ,place we are Chat..c MI.,(:1.....<>iKT ...
demonium on a small rcale. Aba4don the people to face that way alI start! thitherward Bardsley, ex-city treasurer of Phlladel.phla subject to -- IS ,
Third I You and assault that old Episcopal p
Church go, which up has been storming the and finally go in. BuS hit not religion was brought up from MojameDsing Says Colds and Lung a if SMlDEAL 1 Io.-tasl...' '= Everywhere dd Oextts '

heavens for centuries with the uiblimest something;; to do with cilia! world as well prison Tuesday morning and arraigned Troubles. L have 'V sq rfCT A1. !Z ,. J \

prayers that were ever uttered church: of as that the if next the people Ob,start yes; but for heaven do you on not their ass In court before Judge Fell and Wilson, used German Syrup for six years JIh:4QIJ.&CI. .: Wt"Uab"

Bishop Mcllvaneand Leighton that Bishop denomination White and dlccuss-Bishop way there they will do all tha good they can? on sixteen separate indictments, charginghim successfully for Sore Throat, Cough, 1IIl v. * N 11.Book of pai
get They will at the very stare of the ;journey with loaning money a* a public offi. Cold Hoarseness Pains in the -- .

lug Abaddon men instead the Fourth of discussing I You go the un to eternities.that old a get spirit so much of of kuvineo: the spirit an'of! self Christ Jlcrl, wnich c all is 1 cer, deriving gain and from the deposit of Chest, and Lungs,,and 6pittin .up SICK we'.a NiaTooa I.esp, Warrcuto w.u .HtaU rnorlaU* Ulp 5.1. OJ1 : W rtly $i
Methodist has her tucU. tempts
Church which through public money, converting public .
generosity and burden bearing and helpfulness tried different I
revival sent millions to Heaven which we thatevary step they tau: will reaoual money to his own use. When Oardsley i of Blood. I have: many (TM. Ur... UYL 1-. 1i&g&io.Ly. 1tt'I"

would otherwise have added to oar popula. with good deed*. Oa, get your religion ott Will asked how he plead, be pleaded kinds of cough Syrups in my

tion: the church of Wesley and Matthew of stilt/i! Get it down out of the high; towers guilty to every count of the Indictment time,but let me say to anyone want- DIARRHEA it
against which
grudge Simpson, and get them so we absorbed have nn in especial discusing *- ot Get our it on a human level with race I the Get want I' out and of It WM then arranged that hearing tbe ing such a medicine-German Syrup ,

whether women shall take part in her woes the dusty theological poor books that few people evidence for and against Bardaley should is the best. That has been my ex Pf JUGCtbs

time conference to discuss that how they shall not have to much read and put it in their hearts and lire be set for June 23d, and the court could perience. If you use it once, you DYSENTERY
many sons and daughters: Good thin is it to profess religion when then and sentence. In ,
she will take to glory." :; weigh pronounce will go: back to it whenever you .
the church, but
day somehow
join every ,
What amazes me most la that all people you to religion. the seventeen indictments on which need it. It gives total relief and is .-
we ought profess ; CRAMPS
do not see that the entire movement at this Bardsley plead guilty the total amount And HI
time all over Christendom Is satanic. Manyof A peculiar patchwork quilt wat, during of Involved} U $875' 40L a quick ctire. My advice to every.
the Civil War made by a lady ant sent to money Troubles
the infernal attacks are sly and hidden one suffering with Lung
and strategic and so ingenious that they i the hospitals at tha front. She had a boy lathe will be Stomach Troubles.
-Try it. You soon con
and wa naturally interested In
are not easily discovered. But here is a army DISASTROUS WATERSPOUT. '
bold and uncovered attempt of the powersof the welfare of soldiers. But what a patch. vinced. In all the families where, .. -

ministers darkness to to take split each up other the churches by the, throat to get, qutit work wu quilt a she passage sent of Oa Scripture every block or a of y.the.... Twenty-Three-People Killed and your German Syrup John i IT IS A SURE CUR '

of hymn. The months anti of thewar used we have no
to make religion a laughing stock of earth a years Great Damage to Property.A 1 vsI
and hell, to leave the Bible with no morerespect went by. On that quilt many a wound trouble with the UCKLEBERRY
or authenticity than an old almanacof man had lain and suffarei and, died. But dispatch of Wednesday, from the at all. It is Frankiin THE BEST TUISO .
one morning the hospital nurse saw a patient of Mexico
l&S, which told what would be the city stale that a waterspout
change of weather six months ahead and under the kissing the figure a leaf fell on Sunday on the mountains which the medicine forthis Jonescountr. TEETHINGCHILDREN.
in what quarter of the month it is bert to in the quilt, and the nurse supposed he was I it situated 0 _
plant turnips. In a word, the effort is to only wandering in his mind. But no; ba wo Concepcioa silver mine, in the
stop the evangelization of the world. Itseems the IOn of tba mother who hat made< the state of Ban Luis I'otosl. Eight persons G. ,Sole !lo'Cr.Wodbar.NJ CORD IAL Ask your ougglstorMsrchtfltfo'It .ut tltute).
quilt and ha recognized that figure of a leafas were killed and number wounded. and take no
to me vary much like this: There has a large _ __ _
been a railroad accident and many are part of a gown his mother used to wear, Much property wu destroyed and the IL THE METHOD .
woundaA and There several and it reminded him of home. "Do you know
dying. are a.
from? be mine wa badly damaged Many mule lor ALL ... 4ia OMpcoata, :
drug stores near the scene of casualty. All where this quilt cam awad The .e. .. .. DIAMOND
the doctors and druggists are needed and nurse answered, "I can And oat, for there were killed. Later telegrams Irom San bUI. .' ,,_pUul rlHtfxda. ofI..taoeisia.

needed right away. Bandage*, stimulant, wax a card pinned fast to It, and I will flat Lute Potosi place the number of bodies r'lli. N.. Mb I. .s5 Plod I'.5 T.MM.llmlMl*
that. Bur enoagu. it confirmed< what ha the tu v.ghS In gold Lout; = asd l>i ili I I lnS a l ; 1
anaesthetics, medicines all sort* What recovered at scene of the waterspout J. B. asuass. PaMorlruat P. = I.C.e-t..55's1s5 .
are the doctors and druggists doing Discussing thought. Then the nurse pointed to a passage at twenty-three. Bo far thirty -Thumb Gastbsgs. N, T.. .. ." tests, .--- .
the content of some old bottles on of Scripture the block of too quilt, the passage ponGlnIre ban\b H.II. *.. A...... STRICTLY HIGH GRADE 1 IN EVEHr PAITIUI
the top shelf bottles of medicine which which says, "When ha was yet at grossways known to have been hurt. Work at ewith 1.. C..110 D.I. ,,M.V. ,;i lMa4W tfat i tiloe

some doctors and druggist mini two or off his father saw him and ran and fell the Concepcion mine i* entirely .us- ( 'v4A_ I hM' R"olwI". ., SpOftilig Coeds Lit kl 11
three hundred years ago. Come doctors?* on his nock and kissed him." -Yea" said the pended. The pecuniary low will be heavy. EYE" 'fO ACCO ( sasc,1. UDI. Ril. o AA
*"Come drugzistar the "and help dying soldier "I warn a great way off bat U .sTlgpsr1f.w ll : JOfN. ".t
cry a *'.. IIEAIt1BIkM c" : ::'.:X.OVE.. AltMai (
these wounded: and dying/ that are beioz God ha met me and had compassion on ma 10 N- JOlI c
brought fl'UIDhe timber ol: the crashed rail 'ShsJn write to your mother and tall her THE PREMIER BURIED. ,:ul..J'J' :.iiipT'ntt

.. tram. In a little while it will ba too late. that the lost oo* i* found and Chit dead 1* .

Come foriQod's sake! Coma right sway" alive again He answered, "I wish you CAU D "4 jF.r ;/./ -
'No' say the doctor "not until we have would, if it would not be too much troubU.' Sir John Macdonald Laid to Best RE4TH 'o4 ,."f10

settled whether the m".it(' ,y. OQ that top Do you suppose that woman who mada that at Kingston.The I._li te .< Medicine. i: coramewle belt wo rightly mixed. I there quilt and filled it with scripture paaiage had ..- usaia.s.eoROUhC5II Best Cough uut awl abU to its.taste. .
were too mahy drops of 'I'l'lsium say la it, and any trouble about who Melchlaodek was, or remains of the late Sir John Uae- IS rCookBooFiFgPENSIONS '7 ': Cure. all else uki toils.ii with iyw us*objoctton.ajm Uy druggisis.

this other man says then were too many bow the doctrine of God's sovereignty can donald were committed to their hit ret- __ 11.11. ( Jdren $

Jropor ounphire: womust get this met.tiou be harmonized with man's /rse agtmcy, or lag place Thursday In Cataraqul ceinetery .
: settled Us/or*wecaa attend to tbarail- who wrote the Pentateuch or the iaoaaxUtencie oT.hPE sio 6111 .
road ideate *of the Nicoae creed No' no; go to in Kingston, Oat, whkb that become

And one doctor take another doctor by work for God and suffering humanity and a historic spot; and thousand Incoming IsPnud.25 .. -
the collar and pushes him back doubtS and fear and mysteries and djjs will make thereto ____ ..4 5oIm. a C ou auj1LsEUW4O'M
: against the aJlyOl1l' pilgilm! lg. t)_I.Siaaa. rMai.-b..,etree. .wJasss CHICHI trifi [noufx.flto D
counter: and on of the druggist says. "If unbelief put together will not ba heavy view the grave of Canada* great governmental *uM>n .Minis, t,1: .. ?
you will not admit that I am right about enough to str; the chemist's seal**. wtktis ruler. The entire VI'II ? \ !
that on*bottle I will smash every bottle 1a accustooMid to weighing ocw-fUUoth part morning wu Vast'S '
spent in viewing the remain In the ALLABOf'T awl Oasat.. Tee .. $ _.. \
your apothecary store'and be proceed to of a grain Uchamomil flowers. Why stopa city WUITWKUniCTIONIRY .. .E
ama.b. Meanwhile, 'on the lower Ihe1t.pIaiDJy moment to understand the mysteries when hJL Twenty thousand persons, in double 64 '1, I 7_. S II I p a -....c.....sbas... .. '

marked and within easy reach..*> thorn are so many certitude Why po4 line, patted the bier; The procession wu It Ag P. =t .

alt 1Pli'ttcj";: ...i needed lor the heJjpw? of ear time axplanag tt*dark gurata and coal the grandest ever sire la Kingston UV


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Real Estate Transfers. leave for Florida, for the benefit of Mi CId0T23INGr: !
health. Many warm friends at the Cap :I: 1.1

ital will wish him every happiness on hli -. W fJI s: SaOEJS:: : :: SaO
The followlflfc deeds were filed for reek deserved retirement from active public 0 av E OIi o rI1 IsIe!
In the Clerk's office, from May 20th life. tId: 1".r:: ... Pair
,oroJ one 15th, 1801:- On the occasion of the presentation to a [ lrJ 'fJ =a \ J Every Guaranteed. ;
W. II. Gle' on And wife to Indian River Mr. Baxter, by the officials of the finance O & and prices most reasonable for quality of
most complete, goods.
Co. consideration, $1, and t' I-Ib r Stock A1ao
Steamboat ; departmebt,on Monday afternoon, very 1 l"I yY complete line of HOSIERY, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, -
agreement to establish their permanent complimentary address read to him L. '
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transfer at Eau Onllle; 23 lots at Eau by Mr. mini A rn tId
Fitzgerald, acting deputy g. : HA.rrs AND O.A.PS. .
United States to Maggie' John 0 .
Oallle. ter. It WM handsomely engrossed by IS MCFes' .
'son, 154 acres at Emit Melbourne. Geo. Mr. Chas. E. Turgeon,and was on parchment t'! 'Ijg 8: 0 r; c=> Come and see the latest style in DERBY'S and CRUSH HATS. t
E. Sutherland to Lulu S. Elam,320 acres resembling three leave, the design a m o 0 -I
went aide of river $I. O' tn W dF: ::
near Narrow, on ; being very unique Including a view I
Robert E. Mlms and wife td James 8.. of the parliament buildings on the lower :g'P:. S 0 Oa ;_; > I;; 20 Per Cent, ,off Straw Hats, '
Cooper, for $13,000: undivided half Interest left-hand corner. The address bore the t ff ati !. 1-2: .
In 177 acre at Mlm.. United signature of the entire staff of the goy ,e: g !P = M '-. y., 1'11I r::::::=:! 0-f To Close them Out
State to Cha. W. Dolton, 149 acre on ernment department." !: G- .. =a M ...
Turkey Creek. United States to Alden In addition to the address, Mr. Baxter IIJ d ; : i aIa
BoKon, 14.5 acres at Malabar. George was presented with an elegant gold-head > t2Ror DRY GOODS HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS ETC. ETC
. E. Cheater to David Wlngood, 4 acres In ed cane, and a combination field, marine iiIH c::> ,
Narrows; $1. United States to J. H. P. and opera glass. i hi i :i
Hnghsrt, 80 acre In Marrows. Brit ton ,. ,... e eaq

J. and R. E. Mini to C. W. Brazell 10 qe O '--4 r 1-2: "More Value for $ than Other House in the "
Any state
acres at Mlms; $ioo., Peter M. fisher, Taken from Rockledge, fA Z : a

as! guardian to certain minors, to Robert On Thursday night, June 11th, 1801, I '.xM l\
Morrow, fin lots In Tltusville; $200. a St. Lawrence Canoe, 16ft. long, built a. Oq It z ..S H fri H
State of Florida to G. B. Burke, 40 acres of cedar trimmed with hard wood' I'J o) S-JQ( \.J J. P. TURNER & CO

west of Fort Pierce; $40. II. J. Haneyto sharp at both ends, round bow, decked gos: OJ ::r CDfjj y t1Jtf
Adam and Edmund Young, 5 acres over both ends with strips of cedar and c O' g. -
near Waveland; $200. Florida CanningCo. oak, three seats-two stationary, with .; ... lr1 S"H J
to Julius Tyler, 6 lots In Fort Pierce. back seat loose, to slip under aft deck. H 1. i : E. L. ::se: D ,

United States to Cha A. Smith 88 Entire boat finished In hard oil Patent .
acres opposite Micco. Fla. Coast Line oar-locks with } :
a narrow opening on top. E'm Groceries Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer
Canal and Trans. Co. to C. T. McCarty, Two sets of oar-lock's thimbles and one b
40 acres near Ankona. J., T. & K. W. pair spoon oars. c"'Oaa tI1 CDE.F ,

Ky. Co. to M. S. Jones, 10 acres opposite Itoffer $10 reward for delivery of boat, a: :! f.r.I I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of

.Mlcco; $00. George M. Robbing to M. or $20 with party or parties who took ti > t Ac Oroeeries
:So) Jones, 10 acres opposite Mlcco. M. S. her. Information can be sent to g ItI Staple Fancy Fruit

Jones to C. W. Home, ten acres opposite A. S. MAOKUDER, Rockledge, Fla. 10 en -S (U ;= And Food ProductsOf
Mlcco: $125. United States to Robert I -
All Kinds. Also My Stock of
Bowler, 79 acres opposite Sebastian. I
United State to Dempsey Cain, 135 acres The, New Colored, Methodist Grain Hay Bran Cotton Seed Meal '
opposite Sebastian. United States to Episcopal ChurchIn ,
John A. Young, 100 acres on Merrltt's BREVARD COUNTY JAMES HOLMES! President. Ground Food and Wheat.I .

Island. T. V. Moore to S. II. Ray, 58 the south ALBERT A. TAYLOR, Secretary. am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively in the above line of
88-00 acres on Merritt's Island, north of portion of town has been Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I invite your correspondence and solicit
Courtney:: ; $200.:! Fla. Land and Imp. sufficiently finished to allow its use for your patronage. Very truly -

Co.'t1\Ostl1ln to Wm.Vohwla J. Winegar county-a, 112,000 small acres part, when service.the It Interior is quite is a finished large building will reflect and STATE BANK INDIAN RIVER 113.. L. :33H.: : A TTT.

In the extreme northern portion of Bre- great credit on the congregation and

yard; $131,000. Mary }\ Titus to Theodore compare churches of favorably the white with the several. COCOA FLORIDA REAL ESTATE GEORGE M. ROBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM,
Titus, 4.) lots in Tltusville; $5. congregations.The Attorney-at-Law. Attorney-at-Law
ADVOCATE attended
Chan. M. Bird and wile to S. J. Fox, lot at the Incorporated 1889.CAPITAL .
at naulover; $1. Catherine E. Campbell church last Sunday evening and found a I Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Company.

to J. C. Greoly, lot In Titusville; large attendance, among whom were ten EXCHANGE
whites. Rev. M. J. Williams the pastor : ,
John Beach
$100. United State to B. ,
80 acre opposite Sebastian. State of preached an eloquent and earnest discourse Paid Up, $25,000. Robbins & Graham

Florida to T. E. Hardee, 80 acres west of couched, his in Ideas were energetic and Authorized, $100,000. COCOA Indian River FLA. ,
sentences. Ills soul
Ilardeevillo. W. R. Sanders to B. J.and local
to be work and he is
seems making -
,R E. Mlm, 120 acres at Mlms. United -
States to Chiw. I.. Stewart 40 acres an honest and we believe effective ACCOUNTS SOLICITED. LAW LOANS AND REAL ESTATE.
'mirth of Eau Oallle. United States toIL effort to lead his flock from the paths of Money to Loan at Lowest Rates. Property of All Rinds Bought, Sold and ,
sin and
Improve their standard of moral-
II. Ilarrison,167 acres at Canaveral.
ity and virtue. DIRECTORS:
Elizabeth Booker to H. J. Havey, 40 Ills sermon dealt with the sin of Sab- G. S. IlAitritK President. We have For
Sale List of Selected Indian
:acres near Waveland; $430. W. J. Mlms bath breaking and he was partlculv JAMES HOLMES, Vice-President. nrAll Inquiries will be promptlyand i. a Large Carefully
:to W. R. Sanders, 80 acres near Ankona
strong in denouncing those who spend R. B. HOLMES' Cashier. reliably answered. Fire Insurance
3OOO. W. to P. Koer-
Henry small parcels Indlanola; $85. their Sabbath In gambling and kindred ALBERT A. TAYLOR, J. M.' SANDERS, written in standard companies at lowest River Properties.
vices. J. F. WOOTEN. rates.
Phoebe Black to C. Preston White, 10
acres at Brantloy; $450. James Prltch- In the answer congregation to an appeal for subscriptions to the Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast Line

ard to Tttiutvllle Electric Light Co., lot responded
extent ofabout $15, which was quite Canal and Transportation Co.
'in TltuKvllle; $250.:! J. M. Sanders to W.
liberal when it Is remenbered that
E. Booth, lot in Cocoa; $300. GeorgeE. have done their best for several months they C.A.N'AL LATOTDS.Florida
Chester to David Wlngood 25 acres The ..
In order to keep the lumber and hardware Clyde Steamship
in the Narrows; $750. Edwin Browne bills paid as they If of- Southern Railway, Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railway Company
C. Livingston and W. B. Burt 40 acres go. any '
our benevolently disposed citizen should Lands. LHsbton Company's.Indian River Loan and Investment Co.,
D. J. LaRoche and wife
near Courtney. donate anything to the cause of this and'other Low Priced Lands.
to W. R. Sanders, 20 acres at Narrows;
particular church their kindness would i
i$1,000. F. W. Emerson to James Prltch- certainly aid a needy cause and be thoroughly 1i:oney to; Loan -A-lxvays oxx HETaxid.

and lot InTltusville; $000. C.W.Crabbeto appreciated. At Ten and Twelve per cent, in turns to tuit.,
1. D. CrablK, lot In Titusvtlle; $200.
Mary M. Wilbur and others to Jerry i Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties.
,Smith, block in Tltusville; 400. Ell We Don't Want the Earth,
box 108 Titusville Fla.
p. o. ,
Jacobs and wife to B. J. and R. E. Mime,
12 acres at Mime; $400. J. M. Sanders But would like to have a share of your

and wife to E. C. Johnson, lot in Cocoa; patronage in our job printing depart- ED1tA7AFLD: '
.$2&0. A. I.. Bruner to F. P. Hall, 40 ment. Remember that the more liberal STILIN'G.Cocoa .
acres near Hortl; 100. Robert Morrowto I the patronage we receive the better pa-
Win. Futch, 6 acres in Tltusville; per we can give you, and the more we Indian River, Florida,
$300. C. E..Shea to J. Brady Bower, can do to advertise and develop our
47 acres at South Rockledge; $1,200. field, and general prosperity Is felt by Dealer in

Geo. M. Robbins to John F. Powell, 113 each Individual. We admit that you PAINTS HARDWARE STOVES TINWARE & AGATEW
acres at Narrows; $1,850. Wm. C. Ar may save twenty-five cents on a thous- New York Charleston and Florida Lines.The ,

nold to W. H. Powell, 6 acres at East and envelopes or letter heads by sending : PLUMBERS' & MILL SUPPLIES, OILS GLASS A; PUTTY, TABLE
Melbourne: ; $180. James M. Baker to your order to one of the large steam
.C. T. McCarty, 37 acres near Ankona; printing establishments of Jacksonvilleor magnificent -Steamships of this Line .are appointed A; POCKET CUTLERY, BARBED WIRE, WIRE NETTING,
Savannah but remember that when & WIRE CLOTH.
2220. M. T. Jones to Luella M.Baj.low
we want a suit of clothes, a stove a bar. to ,sail as follows :
6 acres at Mlnu $500. W. N.Camp .
; IDOO3ELS: SSIZE :BIi-LJU: >S :ZOniOS: : : : ,
to S. F. Gibbs, 0 acres at East Melbourne. rel of flour, or when we get ready to ('mlIl.) ,
!r. E. Gruber and wife to Elberta Bule, build a house, and need lumber, hardware From New York From Jacksonville. Lime & Cement, Shingles & Lath.
etc., we don't send our orders to a (Pier 39,E.R.) STEAMER Florida.
$200,, Elberta Bole to Dixon & Gray, distant point if could Wednesday, ZTth,at 3 p. ....."CHEROKEE"... .... 2d. at 1.00P.M. Guns, Ammunition and Fishing Tackle of all kinds. Ship Chandlery Goods,Gad
$176. Mercer Gibson to W. Owen Jacobs even we save a Friday ray 29th,at S P. ....."YKMA8SEE.;>........ rsdays June 4th, at 2.30 P... Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasoline Stoves, Coffins and Caskets;
16 acres at Sebastian, $1. B. S. dollar or two by such a course. Monday, June let, at S P. x....."BEMINOIJS.. '. .......Sunday, June 7th, at 6,00A.M. ARTESIAN WELL PIPE
Kennedy to James and R. B.llolmeland "Live and let live" is a good policy; Wednesday.June 3d, at 8 P. ......'.IKIH1UOI8,'' ........Tuesday, Jnne 9th, at 6JO A... a Specialty. Lawn Mowers Ice
Friday June 6th, at8 P. ...... Cream Freezers; Brick, Lime, Cement and
A. A. Taylor $1,885. Della Howell to it wins friends, and it pays. Send us an ..AUiOoJQUL..Thursday, June llth, at 8.001.x.
Julia Smith lot in Titusville, $050. Indian order for a supply of letter heads, bills, Monday.Wednesday.June Jane loch,, at at 3 S P P. x,......"YEMAIARSSEEE'.T1uesdday. ... .. ,, June June 16th 14tl;, at at loseonuon Table and Pocket Chimney Pipe; Flags A Bunting;
River Land and Imp. Co. to SimonC statements, envelopes shipping tags, or Friday, June 12th, at 3 p... x....."BKMINOLE.1: .Thursday June 18th. at 1.30 P.M. Cutlery; Mouldings, Scroll Work, etc., etc.
Dennis, part of Fleming Grant 1. anything else you need, and we shall Monday, Jane 18th, at 3 P. ......"IROyUOIS,1*.......,..Sunday, June 21st, at 8.00 P.x. Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free on application.. .Correspondent
; Wednesday.June 17th, at 8 P. x."AiJIONQUiN".....Tuesday, June 23d, at 5.00A.M. solicited and estimates
8. J. Fox and wife to John F. Boyle lot make an honest effort to satisfy you as Friday, June lath, at 3 P. "CHEROKEE.Thursday, June 26th, at 630A.M. furnished promptly.
at Haulover; $100. John B. Bead to to style and price and we will put the Monday June2'Jd. at 3 P. .YEMA88EE..8unday., June 28th. at 0M A... -
profit where It will Improve the ADVO Wednesday. .June 24th, at 3 P. X..SEIlUNOLJIt..Tneada). June 30th, at 11 JO A.X.
McAllister, 20 acres opposite Sebastian Friday, June 26th, at 3 P ....."IROyUOlS .........Thursday, July 2d. at lMr.x.
; $500. Samuel J. Fox and wife CATE. Monday June 2 th, ass r x..ALGONQUL..8unday.: July 6th, at 8.00 TM.
to John F. Boyle, lot at Ilaulover; 100. J. S. Watson CO.
iD. P. Gibson and wife to Blacluhear AUCuon ; The Town Council i

: two Iota, aggregating 13 acres, at Held Its St. Johns River Line. .
Sebastian; $5. Frank II. Allen to James regular meeting yesterday. I
The street committee instructed
Shepard, part of Fleming Grant at Sebastian inquire Into the cost of was paving Washing For Sanford Enterprise and Intermediate Points on
-25 acres; $300. C. E. Graves to COn1.1Uission.
ton from
avenue, the railroad depot to
Edward S. Bailey nine acre at East the St. Johns River.
the Indian River Dank,with Instructions
Melbourne; $5. S. C. T. Warren to Samuel
to report as soon as possible. A committee
Johnson, 3 acres at MimnJ; $00.
was also appointed to take steps
to secure a lot for town buildings. The Steamer "EVERGLADE"

The following Item, clipped from theFt Marshal Instructed to clean up the Leaves Jacksonville for Sanford Sundays Tuesdays and Thursdays at 3.30 P.M., Return K FORWARDING MERCHANTS.1*
Madison Iowa river front at once, and charge the expense ing,leaves Sanford Mondays Wednesdays andrlda'l.,at 10 A.M.
( ,) Democrat, contains to the lot owners. It was decidedto
Information well worth remembering: take legal steps to settle the controversy -. Steamer 1l'ZELAKA"Lean.

"Mr. John Roth of this city, who met as to the ownership and occupan.! Jacksonville for Sanford Mondays and Fridays at JO p.x. Returning leaves Dealers in Fertilizers
with an accident a few days ago spraining cy of Broad street. The reports of the I Sanford Sundays and Wednesdays,at 4.00 A.X. ,
Marshal and Collector and of the Treasurer The above steamers are fitted op with first-class accommodations for passenger, and the
and bruising his leg and arm quite I were received and approved. The tables will be supplied with best in market. P. Henderson Sc Co's Garden Seeds,

;severely, was cured by one 60 cent bottle Treasurer's report will be published In General Passenger and Ticket Off Ice,88 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.
of Chamberlain's PaIn Balm." This full In our next Issue. After auditing
various bills the Council F.M.IRONMONGER Jr. Florida Passenger Agent,88 West Bay St.,Jacksonville,Fla. Orange Boxes (Crates & paper.
comedy it without an equal for sprains fourth adjourned until J.O. PE WT. Freight Agent,oa wharf foot Uogaa Stre S.Jacksonville,Fla. ,
and bruise and the Tuesday In July unless JOHN Ia HOWARD Florida Freight Agent,foot Laura Street,Jacksonville.Fla.
should have a place In convened In special meeting by the Mayor J.A.LESLIE Superintendent,foot Laura Street,Jacksonville Fla.

every houshold. For sale by Dixon A; before that date. TIIKO.MARSHALL O. : HYDE Manager,Ail t.Traffic Bowling Manager Oreea.Bowling New York.Green,New York. CEMENT, PLASTER fc HAIR. AGENTS FOR OCALA LDI

Gray 17-4t .
The Dance Last Night WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Gen'l Agents., Agents for the C. F. T. REFRIGERATOR CARS.

A Deserved.Mark of Esteem. Was more pleasant than usuaL The 1* Booth Wharves FhiUdelpkU. S Bowline Green,New YulE.INCI.A.N win Fnnlsh Can When Delrd. aad see that they to*properly WADED ICED.BUJ.
attendance was large, and the cool ED, mad TRACED to Deet aUoa.

Many of our readers In Titusville and breeze, which prevailed from the east, We will Buy all kinds of Fruits, Vegetables, Furs and Skins in feet<
on Indian River, no doubt remember Mr. made the occasion a most delightful one. ;
and Mrs R. W. !Baxter who were stop The ADVOCATE enjoyed the bright scene : : : RIVER: :aO'JEJ: :.., I we will Buy and Sell anything offered to us.

ping In town a couple of winters ago, and participated In the pleasure. We Correspondence solicited on any wants you may have.
and also at Miooo. News came to hand made note of the young lady who has Respectfully J. S. WATSON & CO1,
been 111 for several but ,
yesterday that Mr. Baxter was retiring days, fully recovered TITUSVILLEIndian
from the government service, In Ottawa, In time for the dance, and from her -
Canada, and that both Mr.and Mrs.Baxter conduct no one would have surmised T. tJ'
hope to spend the coming winter on that she was the same person who could River, 3Z3-a.TO2\T,
Indian River, and have the pleasure of not hold her head up a few hours before. Fla.
renewing the happy friendships formed We also noted the prominent merchant DISTILLER.PURE .
with many In this section, In the early whose back was so saturated with moisture .
part of 1889. In referring to Mr.Baxter, that we got the Idea he had inadvertently .
the Ottawa Frt Pttu stepped under a shower bath .7 L :M. MABBETTE,
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says so ""5
"Mr. Richard W. Baxter, formerly but, we learned the moist condition. was LJ.I-C. ZOtIASH:: wm: :. ?r.

countant of contingencies, and Utterly the result of a combination of light coat, PBOPB.
acting deputy minister of the finance department warm weather and much dancing. Intact jIiigi: Distillery &: Warehouse : LYNCHBURG TENH

retires on July lit,after a continuous our eyes were upon the merry Open All The Year. .
service of 83 years, under the throng, and few incidents of Interest escaped -
government. The high esteem In which our passive observation. T. J. Eaton & Co., Agents, Titusville, Fla.

:Mr. Baxter was held by his fellow-offi- Only a few minutes' -

0ala In the department was strikingly :XPISCOttU. CHVRCH.E walk from Railway depot
evinced by the magnificent mark of ap and Steamboat landing:
predation they tendered bins yesterday .B.r.Brown will offlcUu UM Mcood sad i -I ILLJJ.WP.mLRIL.fII 11111 ADVERTISE in this
afternoon. Mr. Baxter will continue to IX fourth.' uck.fln.rt Ti-mnrninr M 11 and voiaf at On the banks of the Paper.

reside hen till the fall, when he will Boad**School at I o'clock far-famed Indian Elver,
TerD1a oln Paso

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Real Estate Transfers. _leave for Florida, for the benefit of his dLO't'EIt.'TG: : !
health. Many warm friends at the CapItal x. 1.1 z I
will wish him happiness on his _. ::r' D3 : :
every SaOES:: : SaOEJSli
The following deeds were filed'for record deserved retirement from active pnbllc oq W o x t'I1tt
In the Clerk's office from May 20thto ::r paM' -
Pair >
June 15th, 1801:- life.On the occasion of the presentation to ;; L'J 'a' =S () -; Every Guaranteed.

W. II. Glcaiion and wife to Indian River Mr. Baxter, by the officials of the finance .jIo1; o and most reasonable for quality of
Steamboat Co.; consideration, $1, and department on Monday afternoon, very t: Co ; : fIi on>> tI. t1 5: r -3rn Stock most complete complete line, of HOSIERY, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS goods., A" *i I

agreement to entaldUli their permanent complimentary address was read to him e: i = ... e. ny -+. ,

transfer Eau Oallle; 23 lots at Eau by Mr. Fitzgerald, acting deputy minis A g- -i: .c H.L\.TS AND CAPS. .
United Staten to Maggie Johnson 0 4 + ;
Gallle. / ter. It was handsomely engrossed by 1r3 .0 'M : .
: 154 acres at Kant Mcllmurne. Oeo. Mr. Chas. E. Turgeon, and was on parch r:! .8: 0 ;; S. aK c:> Come and see the latest style in DERBY'S and CRUSH HATS.
E. Sutherland to Lulu S. Elam, 820 acres ment, resembling three leaves, the design a gd .. 611"'JctOE p
near Narrow, on west<< lde of river; $1. being very unique including a view t 0'tn; W I

Robert E. Mims and wife td James 8. of the parliament bulldlnjts on the lower :P: 0 S'g ;; Lib 20 Per Cent .off. Straw Hats, f
for n,000; undivided half In. m ; ,
left-hand corner. The address bore the a .
ool'etl In 177 acres at Ml n ". United signature of the entire staff of the goy () : C ayH PitS of To Close them Out.
States to Chas W. Dolton, 149 acres on ernment department. i''S.. .. tE:::: M bU
Tnrkey Creek. United States to Alden In addition to the address, Mr. Baxter m Lic

Bolton, 143 acres at Malabar. George was presented with an elegant goldheaded s. 9 III C Nto ill Ro f DRY GOODS HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS ETC ETC
4 In c:>
E. Chester to Wlngood, acres cane, and a combination field, marine 5 ,
Narrows; $1. United States to J. 11. P. and opera glass. e J z' 8' i l1JtI :4f I .
Hnghart, 80 acres in Narrows. Britton 8oC CIIo II I
J. and K. E. Mims to C. W. Drazell, 10 0 f2. .
P 1=1I Value for than Other House in the
0 "More Any State
acres at Mims; f. oo.., Peter M. Fishers Taken from Itockledge, .g r+ r Z g: a

guardian to certain minors, to Robert On Thursday night, June 11th, 1801, e d. ':x!; 0 rn E
Morrow, five lots In Tltusville; $200. a St. Lawrence Canoe 10ft. long, builtof aoq m x L fAo-oi o a- f
State of Florida to G. B. Burke 40 acres cedar trimmed with hard wood' o) 8' _tr\ V \-I -- J. P. TURNER & COGroceries

west of Fort Pierce; $40. II. J. Ilaney sharp at both ends, round bow, decked [ :: -l [TJI'J = Sa' CD
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to Adam and Edmund Young 5 acres over both ends with strips of cedar and (') 0 .ct. ; l"'J r: 3 -

near Waveland; $200. Florida Canning oak three seats-two stationary, with b y "' 0 pH 1: g p :C
EI ::ee
Co. to Julius Tyler, 0 lots in Fort Pierce. back seat loose to slip under aft deck. 2.1 .,
United (States to Chas. A. Smith 88 Entire boat flnllhed in hard oil Patent .e o'f j:3 qp
acres opposite Mlcco. Fla. Coast line; J:1: c. S !
oarlocks with
a narrow opening on top. L Grain Garden Seed Fertilizer
Canal and Trans. Co. to C. T. McCarty, Two sets of oar-lock's thimbles, and one p
40 acres near Ankona. J., T. A K. W. pair oars. (') CDL 1-rI ; CDS.F ,
spoon t'I1
Ry. Co. to 1\(!. S. Jones, 10 acres opposite Itoffer $10 reward for delivery of boat, & !:Ii L'J M lj I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of

Jilicco; $00. George M. Bobbins to M. or $20 with party or parties who took TC am Groceries
:8. Jonos, 10 acres opposite Mlcco. M. 8. her. Any information can be sent to y'C !1 Staple & Fancy Fruit

Jones to C. W. Home, ten acres opposite A. 8. MAGKUDKB Fla. And Food ProductsOf
Rockledge 10 fnBREVARD
Vffln< ..12.1. United States to Hobert -
I All Kinds. Also My Stock of
n wler79'acre opposite Sebastian. I

United States to Dempsey Cain, 135 acres The. New Colored, Methodist Grain Hay Bran Cotton Seed Meal
opposite Sebastian. United States to Episcopal ChurchIn ,
John A. Young, 160 acres on Merrltt's COUNTY JAMES HOLMES, President Ground Food and Wheat.
Island. to S. II. 688WX I the house Indian River in the above
T. V. Moore Ray am only on dealing exclusively lined
: ,
Island north of the south portion of town has been and will sell close I invite
) acres on Merrill's Goods. I buy close, your correspondence and solicit
Courtney; 200. Fla. Land and Imp. sufficiently finished to allow Its use for patronage. Very truly

Co, to Wm.Volimla J. Wlncgar, 112,000 small acres, when service.the It interior Is quite Is a finished large building will reflect and STATE BANK INDIAN RIVER your E- L. :BRBnY

mostly count-a part
credit and ,
In the extreme northern portion of Bre- great on the congregation

yard; 131000. Miry E. Titus to Theodore compare favorably with the several COCOA FLORIDA.Incorporated REAL ESTATE GEORGE M. BOBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM, .
churches of the white .
in congregations.The ,
Titus 4.; lots Titusville; $3. Attorney-at-Law. Attorney-at-Law.
Chas. 1\(. Uird and wife to S. J. Fox, lot ADVOCATE attended service at the
1880.CAPITAL .
at Ilaulovcr; $1. Catherine E. Camp- church last Sunday evening/ and found a Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Company.
bell, to J. C. Oreoly, lot In TltusviUe; large attendance, among whom were ten EXCHANGE
whites. Rev. M. J. Williams
$100. United States to John B. Beach, the pastor : ,
80 acres opposite Sebastian. State of preached an eloquent and earnest dl.. Paid Up, $2 ,000. Robbins & Graham

Florida to T. E. Hardoe, 80 acres west of couched course, his In Ideas were energetic and Authorized, $100,000. COCOA Indian River FLA. ,
sentences. His soul ,
Ilardoevlllo. AV. It. Sanders to B. J. and local -
,R. E. Mims, 120 acres at Mima. United seems to be work and he is making .
an honest and we believe effective ACCOUNTS SOLICITED. LAW LOANS AND REAL ESTATE
.States to Chan. L Stewart 40 acres
effort to lead his flock from of All Kinds Bought Sold and
'myth of EAU Gallle. United States to sin and their the paths of Money to Loan at Lowest Rates. Property ,
H. II. Harrison, 107 acres at Canaveral. improve standard of moral Exchanged.
and virtue. DIRECTORS:

''acres Kllzalwth near Waveland Becker to; $450.II. J.W.Ilavey J. Mims, 40 ity His sermon dealt with the sin of Sab- G. S. HARDEB, President. We have For Sale a Large List of Carefully Selected India!

.to W. R. Sanders, 80 acres near Ankona bath breaking and he was particuly JAMES HOLMES, Vice-President lttr All Inquiries will be promptly .
; In those who R. B. HOLMES, Cashier and answered. Fire Insurance
strong denouncing spend reliably .
43,000. Henry W. Clayton to P. Koer.
gor, two small parrels-at Indlanola; $85. their vices.Sabbath In gambling and kindred ALBERT A.J.TAYLOR F. WOOTEN., J. M. SANDERS, rates.written In standard companies at lowe River Properties.

Phoebe Black to C. Preston White, 10
acres at Brantloy; $450. James Prltch- In the answer to an appeal for subscriptIons .Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast Lint

ard to Tltiutvlllo Electric Light Co., lot congregation responded to the
extent of,about $15 which Canal and Co.
was quite Transportation
in TituHvillo; $J50.! J. M. Sanders to W.
liberal when It Is remenbered that
K. Booth, lot in Cocoa; 300. GeorgeE. have done their best for several months they CAN"AL LA1VDS.Ftolida .
Chester to David Wlngood 25 The
: acres
in order the lumber Clyde
and hard-
in the Narrows; $750. Edwin Browne ware bills to paid keep as If of Steamship Southern Railway Jacksonville, Tampa A Key West Railway Company
C. Livingston and W. B. Burt, 40 acres go. any '
our benevolently disposed citizen should Lands. I st>ton Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment Co.,
D. J. LaUoehe and wife
near Courtney.
donate anything to the cause of this and other Low Priced Lands.
.to W. R. Sanders, 20 acres at Narrows;

i$1,000. F. W. Emerson to James Prltoh- certainly particular aid church a needy their cause kindness and be would tho- MonyX: to; XsOAxa. .4.1"CIVa.YS oxx :3BCaxid.

and lot InTltuRville; $000. C.W.Crabbe roughly appreciated.We At Ten and Twelve per cent, in ittmt to tuft.,
to J. D. Crabbo, lot in Titusville; $200.
Mary M. Wilbur and others to Jerry Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties.

:lmlth.: block In Titusvllle: $400. Ell Don't Want the Earth,
box 108 Titusville Fla.
.Jacobs and wife to B. J. and R. E. Minis, p. o. ,
12 acres at Mims; $400. J. M. Sanders But would like to have a share of your

rand wife to E. 0. Johnson, lot In Cocoa;; Remember job printing depart ]EDZ2iIAY S"I"ILI1VG.Cocoa
.$250. A. I.. Bruner to F. P. Hall, 40 ment. that the more liberal .
acre near Hortl; $100.\ Robert Morrowto the patrenage we receive the better paper

Wm. Futch, 0 acres In Tltusville; we can give you, and the more we Indian River, Florida,
.f300. C. E.'Shea to J. Brady Bower, can do to advertise and develope our ....... .
47 acres at South Rocklcdge; $1,200. field, and general prosperity is felt by Dealer In

Geo. 1\[. Robbins to John F. Powell, 113 each individual. We admit that you I PAINTS HARDWARE STOVES TINWARE & AGATEWARE
acres at. Narrows; $1,850. Wm. C. Ar may save twenty-five cents on a thousand New York Charleston and Florida Lines.The ,
nold to W. II. Powell, 5 acres at East envelopes or letter heads by sending PLUMBERS' & MILL SUPPLIES OILS, GLASS & PUTTY, TABLE
.)Melbourne; $180. James M. Baker to your order to one of the
'C T. McCarty, 37 acres near Ankona; printing establishments of Jacksonville magnificent( ,Steamships of this Line are appointed & POCKET CUTLERY, BARBED WIRE, WIRE NETTING,
or Savannah but remember that whenwe & WIRE CLOTH.
2220. M. T. Jonos to Luella M. Bal-
'QW, A acres at Mime; $500. W. N.Camp want a suit of clothes, a stove, a barrel to sail as follows : nOORS S-A-SIHC: TTTiJGNJLJS:: .:JJIttlOII:
to 8. F. Glbbs, 0 acres at East Melbourne.M. of flour, or when we get ready to (ITAlm.l.&D TIKI.) ,
E. Gruber and wife to Elberta Bule, build a house, and need lumber, hard- From New York From Jacksonville. Lime & Cement, Shingles & Lath.
ware, etc., we don't send our orders to (Her 29,E.K.) STEAMER Florida.
$200. Elberta Bale to Dixon A Gray, distant point even If we could save a a Wednesday, May 27th,at 3 P. M....."CHEROKEE.".......Tuesday,. June 2d at 1.00.w. Guns Ammunition and Fishing Tackle of all kinds. Ship Chandlery Goods,Gu
$175. Mercer Gibson to W. Owen Jacobs -
Friday, Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges Gasoline Stoves Caskets
us.728th.tar.M."YEMASSEEThursday, June .th.t 290P.M. Coffins ;
15 acres at Sebastian, $1. B. S. dollar or two by such a course. Monday, June lit at S P. ...;.."BEMINOIJC": ?.......Sunday, June 7th, at 8,00A.M. ARTESIAN WELL PIPE Lawn
a Specialty. Mowers Ice
Kennedy to James and R. Holmes and "Live and let live" is a good policy; W.dneldr.yJune 8d, at 8 P. ......".IROQUOIS'' .......Tuelday, June 9th, at 6 JO A.M. ,
Friday June Eth, ..t8 ...... "AUJONQUW" Cream Freezers; Brick, Lime, Cement and
It wins friends, and it Send us an p. June 11th, at Leo A.M.
A. A. Taylor, $1,585. Della Howell to pays. Monday, June 8th, ..t 8 .....
T. ;"CHEROKEEJSunday. Jane 14th, at 1030 ..I.... Chimney Pipe; Flags & Bunting;
Julia Smith, lot In Titusville, $060. In- order for a supply of letter heads, bills, Wedn.ildr.yJune 10th, at 3 P. June 16th at 12.00 noon Table and Pocket
dlan River Land and Imp. Co. to Simon statements, envelopes, shipping tags, or Friday, June 12th, at 3 p. ....... ........Thursday Juneisin' at 1.30 p.*. Cutlery; Mouldings Scroll Work etc., etc.
C. Dennis, part of Fleming Grant $1. anything else you need, and we shall Monday June IBth, at 3 p. M.1ROQUOIS'.Sundays June'21st, at aoOpM. i Catalogues sample cards and size lists sent free on application.. .Correspondent"
; W.dn.ldayJune 17th, at 8 P. ......"ALGONQUIN" ....Tuesday, June 23d. at 6,00 solicited and estimates
8. J. Fox and wife to John F. lot make an honest effort to satisfy you as Friday June 19th, at 8 P. ......"CHEROKEE.-1..::?...Thursday, June 26th, at 6.30 A.M.A.M. furnished promptly.
at Uaulover; $100. John B. Beach to and price, and we will put the Monday, June 2'Jd. ass p. ......."YEMASSEE''........8undr.), June 28th, at B JO A.M.
profit where it will the Wednesday.June 24th, .t8 P. June 30th, at 11.30
John McAllister 20 Sebastian Improve A.M.
acres opposite Friday, June 26th, at 8 p. M.'lltXUOIS.:.........Thursday,, July 2d at 1.00 P.M.
; $500. Samuel J. Fox and wife : Monday June 2Wh, eta P. M."ALOONQLINunday, July etA, at 8.00 P.M.
ito John F. Boyle, lot at Uaulover; $100. J. S. Watson CO.
ID. P. GIbBOn and wife to BlacluhearKason & The Town Council g

\ two lots, aggregating 13 acres, at Held Its St. Johns River Line. ,
Sebastian; $5. Frank II. Allen to James regular meeting yesterday.
The street committee instructed
Shepard, part of Fleming Grant, at Sebastian Inquire into the cost of was paving Washing For Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points on
-25 acres $300. C. E. Graves to
ton avenue, from the railroad depot to I
Edward S. Bailey, nine acres at East
the Indian River Bank with Instructionsto the St. Johns River. l
Melbourne; $5. S. C. T. Warren to Samuel AND
report as soon as possible. A committee
Johnson, 3 acres at Mime; $00.
also to take
was appointed stepsto
secure a lot for town buildings. The Steamer: "EVERGLADE"

The following Item, clipped from the Marshal was instructed to clean up the Leaves Jacksonville for Sanford Sundays Tuesdays and Thursdays 9JO r.x", Returning I FORWARDING MERCHANTS !
"Ft Madison Iowa contains river front at once, and charge the expense ,loaves Sanford Mondays,Wednesdays IoDdndaJl,at 10 A.M.
( ,) Democrat to the lot owners. It was decidedto

,Information well worth remembering: take legal steps to settle the controversy Steamer 'W"ELAKA"Ler.y.

"Mr. John Roth of this city, who met ae to the ownership and occupan. Jacksonville for Banford Mondays and Fridays, at 8JO p.x. Returning, leave Dealers in Fertilizers

with an accident a few days ago sprainIng ,oy of Broad street The reports of the BanfordSundayand Wednesday.,at 4,00..I..M. ,
Marshal The above iteamen an fitted with flnt-clau accommodation for ,
i and Collector and of the Treasurer up passenger and the
and bruising his leg and arm quite were received and approved. The table will be supplied with best la market. P. Henderson Sc Go's Garden Seeds

severely, was cured by one CO cent hot Treasurer's report will be published in General Passenger and Ticket Off ice.SS W. Bay St., Jacksonville.
tle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm." This full in our next issue. After auditing
various bills the Council I*.IRONMONGER' ,Jr., FloridaFaesenger Agent,88 West Bay St.,Jacksonville,FU. Orange Boxes (Crates & papers
romedy without an equal for sprains adjourned until J.O.FKLOT, FrelKht Agent,oo wharf foot ,
and bruises and the fourth Tuesday JOHN L*HOW AR .Florida Freight Agent,foolLeursStreetJacksonville.I1*.
should have a place In convened in special meeting by the Mayor J.A.LESLIE,Superintendent,foot Laura Street Jacksonville,Fla.T1IEO. .
every houshold. For sale Dixon A before .O.KOKK.Traffic Manager,Bowling Oran Mew York. CEMENT PLASTER
by that date. MAKUHAii II.CLYDE,Asst.Traffic Manager,B Bowline Green,New York. fc HAIR. AGENTS, -- -FOR-- OCALA LUtf
-aray. 17-4t .
The Dance Last Night WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Gen'l Agents., Agents for the C. F. T. REFRIGERATOR CABS.

A Deserved.Mark of Esteem. Was more pleasant than usual. The 1. South Wharves.Philadelphia 5 Bowline Green.Mew York. WHl Famish Can When Desired and see that they ar.properly LOADED,VXD,VOX*

attendance was large, and the cool XD, and TRACED to DMttaatloa,

Many of our readers in TUusvllle and breeze, which prevailed from the east, We will Buy all kinds of Fruits Vegetables, Furs and Skins in fact
on Indian River made the occasion most ;
no doubt remember Mr. a delightful one.
and Mrs R. W. Baxter, who were stop The ADVOCATE enjoyed the bright scene :INDIAN: : : RIVERIOTEL: : : .. we will Buy and Sell anything offered to us.

ping In town a couple of winters ago, and participated in the pleasure. We Correspondence solicited on any wants you may hare.
and also at Mlcco. News came to hand made note of the young lady who has 1 1 I J. & Cot'
Respectfully S. WATSON
yesterday that Mr. Baxter was retiring been ill for several days, but fully recovered TITUSVILLEIndian _
from the government service, in Ottawa, In time for the dance, and from her i -

Canada, and that both Mr.and Mrs.Baxter conduct no one would have surmised T. ...
hope to spend the coming winter on that she was the same person who could River, .ATOr\T,

Indian River, and have the pleasure of not hold her head up a few hours before. Fla.
renewing the happy friendships formed We also noted the prominent merchant DISTILLER.PURE .

with many In this section, in the early whose back was so saturated with moisture ..

part of 188. In referring to Mr.Baxter that we got the idea he had inad .__ ,
the Ottawa Free Ness under a shower bath t 3 L If. MABBETTE, "
aays>- ; so 1'-'r ...
learned U.I"I. A BEl: VV. J S .
"Mr. Richard W. Baxter, formerly accountant o but we the moist condition was .
of contingencies, and latterly the result of a. combination of light coat, PBOPB
acting deputy minister of the finance department warm weather and much dancing. In k4ff Distillery &: Warehouse : LYNCHBURG TERRI

retires on July let,after a con fact our eyes were upon the merry Open All The Year. .
tinuous service of S3 years, under the throng, and few Incidents of interest escaped *
government. The high esteem in which our passive observation. T. J. Eaton & Co., Agents, TItusvtIle Fla.

Mr. Baxter his fellow-offi- I k_ I_ Only a few minute -,

Gals In the department was strikingly EPISCOPAL CHURCH.Jttv. walk from Railway depot
evinced by the magnificent mark of ap- and Steamboat landing,
predation they tendered Mm yesterday .B.F.Brown will officiate the Moood Sad ADVERTISE in this
afternoon. Mr. Baxter wilt continue to lit Fourth o'clock.Sunday*.-morning M 11 and evening a* On the banks of the Paper.

reside here till the fall, when be will Sunday School at 1 o'clock p.B. far-famed Indian Birer.
ToxTDOja: on PASO 4.

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