East Coast advocate
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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: October 3, 1890
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071720
oclc - 34175701
notis - AKR0019
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System ID: UF00079908:00112
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1. TITUSVILLJU, Indian River, FLA.., FRIDAY, OCT. 3, 1890. Nbi'8.,o ,\l I

CHURCH NOTICES LOCAL ;NEWS. ...Baby caniagc: for sale. Apply at -:Mr, S. F. iibbs, of Melbourne, was -Mr. J. H. Dudley, of Macou, (''a., ,4

bushels t1 office. 8-lt. In toM n a d.iy or so this week. wl\lIln town Friday last. 'A, ,

very SBtTEEUK Sabbath CHURCH at It a..m. and t:30 -The Loxaliatolieo started today with ., -Mr. J, F. Lewis Is having lumber Twenty-ntx guests registered at the late-The for insertion Cocoa Hems In thin came'Issue.to hand' : .too '" '}o'
Indian River 11\1tclll\llt (
th School at 9:30 a.m. rraver orlrtjr and General Gossip In connection Friday.Mr.
load lumber hauled for billiard saloon.
a of for Eau O.Ulio.Mr. a new
Wednesday evening at 7:30. with Indian River unit Lake Worth section Ja.Pftine ofSt.I.\lcleI,1\S been -Mr. Jno. I.. Howard, representatlvi I'
1 Rev. Jso. Fov, Pastor. during punt week liriet mention of and Mrs. Hamilton, SctJl\stla.n, I -Mr. C. T. VeVbekc, of Brantloy, has taylsgftt Judge, and Mrs Mfnor 8.Jouc. of the Clyde Lyno, WAIl In town to-day.

}, BAPTIST CHURCH. interesting Evints{ About I>ople You wero In town Wednesday.The .been spending n day (\r no In town. .' I>l.\\) during the\ past weak. Judge M. 8. Jones returned from {
Know, and People You Don't Knowrirkmt -
every 4th 9un
3ng unilny every sebum Thursday every Similar at TH p.m.at 4 p. in Fitzgerald has been in during tile past J. Dawson, of Daytona, were In town on came up to town Friday ewnlng last, -Mr. O.' 1'. plnl'cr. the Kant Coasft :',

Rer.A. D. Con EX,Pas tor. few days with a bad cold.A 'uesday. \nd left next morning, for LlkCity, Canal Co. affable engineer has been .
-Get the ADVOCATE at Dr. SC1'6Ven's.Five la. lie rt'tllrnoc.Il1011Ie on Wednesdaynorntng'ft quite sick,in Augustine.. S .I\\
: full lino of fruit Mtss\ Wfllio May of Rockledge 'I
jars same
Cents ;
per copy.Advertisements steamer. hoe lout .
CATHOLIC CHURCH. -Mr. W. E. Dole' flits the
to town Friday nnc1l1pcn\ few 4
: up ,
I Rerunon at 10 o'clock a. m. Sunday under this glasses; ;Just received at Frank 7. Badge'shardware banner at the Presbyterian '
I headingare Mrs, Jas..Pritchard.Mr. -MN* Clam Sanders, daughter of Mr. Sunday' '
Masonic hall. ten cents per line per wvck. store, 'Iitu ..Il1 *8 J. M. Sanders, of Oooii, and Miss Fannie School. Try again, Friend Dube.Messrs ,
Rev.Father O'ltOTLC:, Pastor. .,Gco. B. Rumph returned hare '" .\ ,
Gents stylish white vests just In at -Mrs. Frank Villeret, the wife of "Jol- Monday from a trip to New ,York.and Sanders, daughter of Mr. T. If. Sanders: -,: F. A. Rood and, Jan. 11. .
Frank has been ill of Courtney; there on !Saturday morn- Smith of Auburn Mo. wore' Intown .;
Goldsmith Bros. ly quite for the mast other places north. Our reader must ,
fcsMETHODIST CHURCH. njr's train for Jacksonville\ their o'
on '
way .
r e>err 1st and third Sundays, at 11p.m. =Service at the Presbyterian Church,, few days, but we are pjl.vd to learn Is now now look out for now And faslxioiable to Mason, G.i., where they will\ attendvhool Friday! AmleVrn/ rMasters .'J
Sunday 8<' Sunday goods.. Eugene Rnmph ",J
mproylnjt. for the next ten months. Tho :
.AU are cordially Invited attend.J. Sunday evening, at seven o'clock.J Mablictto left on Tuesday rooming' .f
at (coal i For the next tfcn Vosleynn ClIl' \\111110 their hcadquarers. -
J. N.Jo crut, FMtor.LtK S. Watson & Co. -The newest and nobbiest varieties of Flrp train, to attend Robblnn College,*:Winter ,
are headquartersfor : will Many ol our bachelor friends on
dispose of entire stockof I
lays we our X
'. Gent, Youths and Boys'' Hats are just Park. '
all kinds of fertl1lzers.Duren's Indian River would be glad to not these kMr. '
tOSTOFFICK DIRECTORY put on sale at Goldsmith Ilron. goods) damaged by Hi'out your own popular young ladle buck before next AV. II. Comber, of Jackeohvillet S
meat market looms up under 'ices This stock must bo "removed \ '
}>1 registered at the Grand View lout night '
'axxeeAy nswveny Senator and Mrs. 0, S. Hardee of #
the noticeable ext usloll that has ,
order to make Improvements. Come --Mr,11,11.: McKee of LandIng and started for ids: place at, :Sebastian 'i1J
ram 8 a.m. until 8]>. m. except been made. ockledge, made a flying hip to town Satunma: thU morning ,a
and bargains \
ut mail; and\on Sumlays early secure Silling A an'lvclllo town Monday evening to '
[venlng.a. m.wben train or steamer U late on -Tbe painters have been at work on Tuesday.Mr. Taylor, Cocoa. nspect-with the view of purchasing- -Mr*. and Mills Alexnnder-HiUter i 'I\hlt' ,&

the ADVOCATE office this week to I CV P. Eacott returned to Titus." niece of Cnptaln Shnri>c\ -ivrlvrd from '
T MONEY OHDBB OFFIfKon trying vile from Urbana, Ohio Saturday: evening Colonel J. N. Stripling, Republican the Loxahatchoo, belonging to the Indian Thomasvlllo, Oft., last night. -They all ?"
) 8 a. ni. until 4 p. in. make It look clean,,and neat.J. and Mrs. nominee for Congress frown the 2nd River Steamboat Company. Mr. Mc- loft to-dity on the St. Augustine for ," !
Eacott and little Matte : ,
BKOISTEKKD: LETTERS S. Watson &:; Co can supply you District, will address till people of TUusvlllo Keo did not appear to,bo favorably Impressed 8har el. ,' ,

red' : from 8 a. m.until 8 p. m.. with fresh garden seeds cheaper than will follow as soon as a house ran be on October fith) and Cocoa and ; with the condition of this large -The ladle of the Presbyterian church t f
l' anrv AI. or MAIL. you can send oft and get them. Try us, rented for them.
will give an Ice-cream anti cake social 4
;and loft
hero Tuesday with
+ locklcdgo, at Oleander Point. on the scow a re- .
and for .
t North- :111 p. m. see yourselves.Mrs. -Ir. J. S. Watson shipped the first to the lumber at their church, Friday evening the 10th '
Oth of October port on same present to
I South 0 to U: p. m. S. M. and! Inst. Doors at 0 m. 'All
Lorimier daughters, carload oranges this season on Tues- he open p. are Ieorlllatty'lnvitud ,
,". nEPARTCBK.ntid the Misses\ Susie and Laura, are expected day. They were sent to Chicago After -Do you owe Stillng & Taylor, the company represents'Mrs. attend. ,s. '
-cfoees at 84 a. m. hardware and paint dealers {'C'oooti E. L. Moore, of Olean, N. Y., ISM t
: here this month-probably in about two the 13th inst. he will ship four carloads any. -Our Edltor-In-Chlcf Walter,
,uhd-4....' a. m. weeks' time. per week from Tltusvlllo. thing If so, go and pay them; they returned home Monday morning-sooner Graham=oxpot to leave for Phlllu ol.lhlR f
R. C. SCRIMOKOVR, next Thursday for the of
need the than they expected. Mrs. Moore caught purpose
IBM, Postmaster. -Our down-river leaders are: requested -New goods are now opened at Gold. escorting! his wife, mother and sick brother .' '.'.
cold Jacksonville and
In between that
-' to peruse the advertisements of,our smith Dl'OII. daily Ladies can find there -Special otter thiN month of ladles ; to TltiiHville.\ Our Editor,ha* Kn> .5.:t'%
o ....00 and $.OO French kid shoes for 42J0and ami being far away from homo amonfc ted Mr./ E, B. Wagor'residence.Editor .: ;:.:.JI(4'
,.FFlCL\L DIRECTORY, leading business men in this week's Is- Flannel Blouses all styles and .
patterns. KUO. Goo R. '
humph strangers, she said she wa! lonesome and .
our readers who have business fromwith sue. Also Bert Caps for MInsos and Surah Metcalf, of the "Indian River ,
e the State or County Officials Si\8hellln'va1ietlcs. Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE, may homesick, and left the beautiful Indian News," gave'us a call Saturday last Hi* ;
>'considerable Incomenlence to ascers -Mr. A. L. Hatch, Mrs. Chester and be left with Mr. I./C. Itughlott by liver[ country before oven taking a trip wax on his way to Jacksonville, and coati t'In ,:

of the official whom they wish to Miss town Willmott Tuesday., of Mr.City Hatch Point was arrived on his in -Mr. William Troutler' and H. W. the residents of Cocoa and vicinity, to; the charming and picturesque Lake charge a young lady-Mis*Susie John ,I
\With this fact In mind we have lire- 'son, of elbournwho was on her way' :'
return trip from Xew York and Mctzgcr arrived In town, last Friday from which will l 1M Worth 'region, which everybody 1 III In
reported 1IwClprumlltly on 0111'list. I
,following directory, which will, no to St. Joseph College, St. Augiitttno, ,
|frequently referred to. a very pleasant sea passage. Chicago leaving next morning for Mr. love with; where she will remain some month '.: .

STATE OFFICERS. I M. E. Titus left here Wednesday Treutler's home at Eau Gallie. Mr. i'l'
r-'Fraacl.' -Mrs. Wanted to exchange, a two-story -Few of our citizens are awaro whatan -The Rev. John Foy preached at tho "
P.Fleming. morning for Jacksonville. She baleen Treutlcr was In Titusvlllo again Wqdnos- frame' Methodist church, Sunday evening lost '
d\tclling-houso, containing five extensive business In being transacted
of State John L.Crawford.
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but well In health day, to attend to business matters and to fair The ,
lately congregation. rev-
anything a
iller- W. D. Bloxaui. rooms; and lot, 071x117 feet, in Sanford hy; the commission firm of J. S. Watson very .1'
returned to Enu Galllo to-day. gentlemen took his text from 6th chapter I
and thinks the will do her
r-Frank J.Pons.pyOencraJ change good.
,, ; for Improved or unimproved property in & Co. They have recently rented the of St. Luke, 4-0 v., and those'present

| -W. 11.Lauiar. -Mr, J._ M. Miner manager of, the -Captain and Mrs. T. E. Richards Titusvlllo or on Indian IUver. S. }I.Lorimler. Allen building, fronting on tho railroad, paid great: attention to his remarks :>. ..
toner of Agriculture 1> ,M'ombptendent -
r i famous Turkey Creek Grove, Till man, started on Monday morning's train for TItusvillu, Fla. *3 just west of Washington Avo., for a Mrs. C. F. Fischer presided at tho organ. I '. ,

of Public In.tructlon-A. J. I has been spending a,day or So in town. New Jersey. Mr. William Richards accompanied -Mr; Mason Young arrived here In his packing house, and employ at presentsix -Mr. Theodore Tutu, the young ecu.tlcman ,

t-General-Davhl Lang. He returned home to-day. them on the train as far as special'car Saturday l\llt. for the par men In this branch. It U expected who, a week or so agopaasedhit! !F
examination for at Thomasvllle ,
Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Richards lawyer (
atat N. Uoblnson. -Supt. Watson and! Engineer Fitzgerald 1'0110 of 'visiting and viewing the work that they will double the force In a few last
()a., arrived town night, and if
to start steamer for New York gave
rd of Health R.V,Daniel, were by ,
I),W. K. liver.- president; left for Jacksonville Monday while their Intended now In progress at Eau Galllo. We understand weeks, when the orange crop begins to n* a pleasant call to-day lie was rather ,f
ealth Oft\cer-J. Y. Forter. morning to attend to things on board son going by train. he WM very much pleased at move forward In quantity. Andrew disappointed when ho found his mother

States. Senator-AVIlkinson Call andlance. the steamer St. Sebastian. which Is undergoing ho manner In which Captain Watson Jackson, of Clifton, sold hU entire crop had left for Jacksonville '

)of Congress-K. 1[. M. Davidson an"leh. a thorough overhaul before has arranged everything at the above ou tho tree to this onterpriidng firm a -Miss Alllo Martin, of Indlanola.. won )

leaving for Titusville. Supt. Watson returned --- i point ..)Ir. Young returned to Jacksonville few day ago for the snug sum of $1,700. ft pleasant caller at thin oflico last Friday. '

Ator-Gardner S. Hardee. here Wednesday evening.Mr. a We shall l>e pleased to") <.1] Sunday. evening. ,rhU grove I II about four acres In extent, and Mrs.few Jacob N. Fooster word, of LaGrange, '
a cheering when ahopnld .
ntativa in the Legislature for llravarcY. receive a share of & gave A
Norwood. and Mrs. E. P. Branch returned :U c; Job "'ork.-envelopes your, 1 tt: -Mn.:Decker will movo into the Rice and the tree range from six to ton year UII a visit! Saturday afternoon.; Wo "3e ,
> STATES LAND OFFiCE. {letter-heads note-head old. It I* certainly good evidence that like to see our lady friend give tho ADo ,
here Wednesday evening from their tripto a f JJg; building recently moved from the site '
f Alex.Lynch, Gainesville. made VOOATK: office) a call. It prove-'they : .
I lie
5 to
blll-headH growing can
-V.J.Shlpman,Gainesville.eneral Savannah Ga., Ashville, N. C., and 1n or anything, else statements,J now occupied by Belcher&: Geiger. The orange payespeclally take an Interest In tho progress ,of, our ,j,,
the Indian
other the South and left f on River. By hlp- '
-J.C. Slocuin Tallahassee.K places in for premise are being put In proper condition journal.
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OFFICERS OF BREVARD CO. their home at Melbourne used lngfrult[ In car-load lot. commission -The last U of "
J on yesterday' to bo as a boarding house ue the "Star' very '.
t County Seat Titusvllle. steamer. They registered! at the Grand b fho lady referred to has an enviable reputation men can give the grower good price and kindly endorse W. 8. Graham for reelection \S ,
Italy Court-Minor S.Jones,Titus- member of the Town "
at the time recleva all Council
same proper remuneration
while In
View town. in this line and the convenience
-/; S. Watson &: Co. want 1,000 boxes fur their own service the saving saying it III a deserved one. Punishment \ ;it
Circuit Court; also Clerk County Services will begin next Sunday in of her now quarters will Insure unquestIoned in stimetlmes deserved. 13ro, : J
tor and Recorder of Deeds A. A. of lemons.Mr. alone
srllle. the Methodist Church, at Yitusville, and success In her undertaking.Mr. In freight twenty cents per box, or Wager evidently consider the office a.:4

i E. Bowman,Titusville.r will continue for several days, novo Mr. W. Wilson, of Courtney, was In $80 on a oar load, afford a good margin. ono to lie highly esteemed. If he can bo ."
A. R. Hodgson of Eau Gable ..
town Tuesday.The of Induced forward and wte of l
Is come
W. Hall,City Point. -There every prospect a heavyrun '
Klsslmmee and
Rev. II.
W. R.Banders Courtney. Honiker ; residents of North Titusvllle came up to town Monday evening and of fish along tho Florida coast the bitter apple, we wUl hall bill candidacy ;
':, H.Ray Titusvllle. Mice, of Sanford, will be prevent to assist sidewalk. left, next day, for a trip north. Dame with our hearty support, and, 1C ti
are rejoicing over a new the fall the
throughout homing
ent of Public Instruction-John in the meeting. AU are cordially Rumor was on his track,und said he bad necessary, vacate In his favor. :-,
ey. -Major C.B.Magruder, of Rockledge "New York Time, The cause that
Invited to attend. -Capt. and 3ra. O. S. Porter, who ;
':n. B.BurchOel,Georgian returned from Ocala hut gone off to get -. However, we did
night. tend to thin belief I II the Immense school have been visiting several laces north ."
-Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Hassler Averill his word for .
Titus- not It and he
aioners-Robert Morrow get ; a* expects
i; A. J. Carter Turnbull; J. Hr ..Mr. T. H, Sanders, of Courtney, has of mullet Spanish mackerel, groupers, during the pat five mouths, returned'.
; P. A. McMillan Eau Galliep. ; arrived here Tuesday evening, from been in town a few days. He returned to return to-morrow week, he will, I and red bait, which at present are being here last Friday evening, not,forgetting
Ankoua. Hoard meet at Titus- Jacksonville. Mr. Hassler left here las! probably, be able to give all the new. i to subscribe for tho ADVOCATE for them- <
to pjiday! of each month.roWIJ home Monday. met with along the Florida reef Flor and last '
I solves son. Their stopping place
week for the above
Wednesday place to
Chas. A. Gardner I II the y
OFFICERS. considering Ida fishermen that the present run where their .;
say wa Lexington son
-SOme of the most stylish Boys' awlYouths' Ky. ,
meet his "better half who has been
K R.Wilson, U.D.TteaaurerJ. matter of fine two brick 1
: erecting story exceeds anything they have ever !wen In Mr. Mo. F. Porter (recently bookkeeperat
I P. Blake. north. Tney- left for their home down Suits long or short panU, are
the of the Indian River State Bank. TItus- ltl
building on corner Washington the( month and when
summer one consider
ward F.Gray. to be found on the counters of Goldsmith ,..
vlllet ha
the river Wednesday accepted a la the
mornlng'lsteam.er partnership
(and, Collector John Mjen. Bros. and Hutchlnson Avenue, opposite the that Florida I I. only at its best du Lexington Iron and Copper Foundry, ,

't -EL.' Brady pretident; J. P.Turo- St. Augustine.Lieut. Dank. lie has not yet fully decided, but ring September'October and November Mae I II quite well and harPT, and hi* ,.

iiincil Brown.meets 8. at A.a p.Belcher m.on the Walter second S. Swift returned here Friday eral-Mr, and Mrs. Jno.in Abbott town, Canav. I.I doing come heavy thinking the mat. the outlook Is a grand one for sportsmen. many friend on the East toast, will, no

r". Thursdays called by in the each AIa'or.ATE month.. Specialn evening lost, accompanied by Mra. Swift Mr. Abbott Lighthouse; has been were transferrrd Monday to New ter, and will probably come to a conclu- Fishing In Florida water I I. somethingthat doubt, be pleased to bear of hi* success tit-,

and four little children-Daisy, Edie, Smyrna.To sion within a few day*. The firm of can only be appreciated after a fair In his new venture. Mr. Porter looked ,;'
SUPREME COURT. remarkably well after her trip, and *o .
t*.,Held at TalIaha ..... Tillie and Frank. The two eldest-Miss arrive at Goldsmith Bro*.: 'A Gardner &: Son have received a very fair trial It I* not a question All to whether did the captain but they were rather .

ree P. Raney. Libbie and Alfred, remain at Falls Church large variety of Towelings, Sheetings, share of patronage in their line, and their the fish will bite, or what they will tlto anxious to get back to the lake. Ther' :'

Judgea-A. E. Maxwell and H. L. Virginia, with their grandmother, for a Table Cloths, and other Household present quarter are already none too It i* a question of bow many fish one left here on the lit: Luclo. Monday,* toe _

f,:W., Wilson. month yet before comlag to Titusville. Goods, In a few days. large for their Increasing trade. can carry, or, better still, how many one They their report beautiful a mot homo tujoyablq at LakeWorth.tI Utt.Yeurs.'D.I.ber .. 'r"

( CIRCUIT fOUKT. We gladly welcome this family to town, -The friend of Captain Me Kee, of desire to carry. Among fishermen who north. 5
-Money I Money! I Money H I to
clal Dade Circuit Cowltrea.,Including Brevard and and hope our resident will make It loan on real estate. Apply to Bobbin&: the popular Clyde Line, will be glad to fish for commercial purpose the net I III A; Gctgcr are, bar ( 5 ,

,2nd Tuesday February. pleasant for them. They are located at Graham, Titucvttle, Fla. learn that he ha received the commandof used almost holly, The rod and line at nork getting thing in running order "

|lat'Tuesday September. the residence of Captain Paddioon.Mr. the new and elegant steamer which II I deemed altogether too slow work at the excellent location they Lave selected .

w Broome DeLand. and Mrs. IL Mo Coralck -Strawberry planU. I have 10,000 baa Just been built by that Company for > ,
R ,and though it must be admitted that by this and expect {o occupy loading po"U
ayJ, D.Beggt, Orlando. well-rooted Newnan'svariety
rARO COUNTY COCRT. son, Will, of Palm Beach; and Dr. Ed. young, plant ( the Florida trade. The "Algonquin"under latter method one tee the true sport. then among the merchant of Tltutvllle, 4

ion 2nd Mondays in February nioluon. Will's Adirondack Mountain ) which I will deliver to any address hU control, will be skillfully man The northern sportsman who stroll Into Their store i* verry eommodlou,and the)

|tad" November guide arrived In town last night. Mr. on Indian River at $3.50 per thous aged and the gentlemanly and genial tome of the best fishing grouwls array be arrangement of their shelving," counter,
S.Jones,TitwvlIle.Jae. and. Send cash with order
r C. C.
and Mrs. Mo CormIck looked qualities of her Comander will give her a : time fishing In contrastto
T. Sanders, Titnsville.re exceedingly seen at strange etc, tthow that they know what i 1.- nee
Converse BranU4J1a..
well; and must have increased their avordupoU popularity aside from that which the I the tossing work of the smack dod In their line of business. ,"They nave

of Temperature during their northern trip; but Stillng &: Taylor,hardware and paint newest boat of the fleet usually enjoy about him. The sportsman will be seen elected a good assortment of'groceries

--- Master Will if not stouter, U much tal dealers Cocoa Fla., were burned out, -Mrs. W. B, Watson and her_ two little working fur Spanish mackerel with a and dry good, well suited tothepectt- ,

k, ending Jut night, Oct. ler. They report having had a most enjoyable but are again in business in their tore children Mamie and Ernest-who ar. book and line and the tussle be ha with of this section, and will keep tho pulllo

'!W riled Florida at the: U. S.: Signal: time in the Adirondacks, and on the wharf. Go there and express rived In town Wednesday, from Ack. landing one of thmte gamey fish, which posted through the column,of'the'Joc 1l'aperl
SEPTEJlBEJLMi. are now anticipating a pleasant tlnle on your sympathy to the amount of your worth, Ga., gave our office a pleanant can make a fight second only to that ofa from time to time a* ta the KVOO ..

1S\1O. Max. llin'J Lake Worth. The Doctor and Will are indebtedness call yesterday. Mrs. Watson said the tarpon,evidently repay his small catch. al specialties) they expect to baedld. 8uc-

56! 72 anxiously looking forward to the hunting -Conductor I? Villeret left here for weather wa quite cool when she left Ex-President Cleveland tried Jupiter In- ceM to the new firma In the meuUmo .

$# -13 BS&5'J.69'It and fishing this season. They closely; Jacksonville Monday morning.saying he Ackworth: ; but she found It the reverse let, and It is laid that he preferred the "Sam" Ray U a gentleman of 1 leaior* tot

g3 71 a 88. 10 examined the TUmville bear last night, would probably not return, M he expect when- she arrived here. They start**!, water La that vicinity to any other he the present, but there U too much euer-

13 83 10'H and hope to be lucky enough to secure to run on the main line. Frank was a today, for a trip to Jupiter. Mr*. Watson had ever fUhed. Home of the native gy In his makeup to remain long,out of

81" 8-&< 61OCrODD. one during the winter. They all started popular conductor on this line and many and family return, next week, to living along the Inlet say that the Ex mind bualne WhIle making up Ids

$ .', 'ZO .. 83 12- for Jupiter this morning, on their way old traveler will miss his genial manner Ackwork. where we are Informed Miss President' party made a great haul, and what to tackle next, bin datiei county

68 81 11 to Mr.: and Hn. McCormi k'. beautiful and hearty laugh Ice may return late St m hale U enjoying herself consider this may La a measure account for the treasurer and town alderm 33f|11 keep

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'Tho east Cost AdRcai6.'h'rtasviu.P a. THE NATIONAL{ .CAPITAL lag vote, ind of thi Ute house.Ohio man The wol rera'ution cenmired of'6y ten a FARMERS' ALLIANCE KOTES and this success nothing fact, the of management;blll event bas Ia requestedme View, II

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reported-from judiciary commit extend an invitation to you to be GOING
-' tea piWd by a vote of 13 C M&?. However : NEWS OF THE ORDER AND ITS to that will find It WHAT IS ON IN THE
and trust :you
: ;;:Ot1t0A. WORK OF THE F1F"rYFIReTCONants8. Kennedy' did not retract a word MEMBERS. present convenient, to bo with us. BUSY WORLD. 9A.

Lo said. lie Was allowed twenty min -
truly 'ours.JAIII .
hIM In his own' "btlial'1 WHAT IS BETSa! DOSE tlC TUB VA1UOUSSECTIONS Very ) I
and .
In : R WTMB, BTJJTHAnT or OUTBlt AFAmS co!! |
A correspondont of the ;Journal of Ayriatlture that time he asserted that the- charges FOR TOTS. ADVAKCEME5T OF and General Manager DKN8CD rHOM S' &W8*' DI8PATCBEJ $
he had OBttAT onGA1ftz Tf01f."IGISt.A.fIOIf :
give tho salaries} of the officen made were true nnd rm felt confident THE Secretary." FROM UNCLE: SAM'S BOUAI* Ain WHAT
that the would VOTES, ETC.
country uphold him
61 the Farmers'Alliance M follow t Pres. or woiutxTous nrntBEs-r TO ODBCOMMON Not A democratic -- TUB

;bent,.$;WOO per year and expenses; 8ec'retarjr CotntiaT.-....-'--xarEa.... mented regie favorably upon ins speech Lad com but Farmers'More than end 10,000 Laborers'people Union attended picnic the at NEWS OF THE SOUTH. A new chemical-trust is forming in

: $2000 and expenses; Treasurer, In the hundreds of republicans Lad commended
house Mr. O'Ferrall London. M
Saturday Mo.
strongly his utterances in the Compton Grove, near Independence,
$500'Lecturer, $3000 and expenses. objected to the approval of the journal. kpeech. Ho Lad nlno received memorable thousandsof on August 23. It was a great day for BRIEF NOTES OF AN INTER The "people's party" organized in laH
Tho speaker counted only thirty-seven aroused Missouri soil tiller. 9
letters from republicans all over the the ESTING NATURE. dianapolis Tuesday.
In hli' formal taking possession of Hell and democrats, not enough to order the yeas country commending him for what Le By tho derailing of A train near Flor. H

I goland, just ceded by England, Emperor were nays demanded on the question, and too present speaker Tellers then bad s lid. Mr. Hitt, of Illinois, from the Perhaps associations the members most of the v.rlous'arme,1 PITHY ITEMS FROM ALL FOISTS IS TRIG ores, Italy Tuesday, five persons were

TYilKam! of Germany announced that the counted forty-eight democrats. A sharp committee on foreign affairs, reported a in are completely eotrrawuf STATES THAT WILL KSTEBTAIH killed and twenty injured.

I ,loc l laws and customs prevailing in the colloquy then took place between the resolution calling on the president for information greed and demandinggovernment supervision of railways,regulation and- TIlE MADEH-ACC1DEHTS, FIREs, Dispatches of Tuesday say: A com. 9mcrcial
relative to the killing of Gen. in Lisbon Porta- 9
speaker oa the one side and Brccken- FLOODS, xTO.The panic prevails ,
island would bo little the suppression of commercial and manufacturing
changed as as
Bnrrundia. The
resolution .
pos was Is 9
adopted. Imminent
ridge and Crisp on the other, the latter trusts ''combines.PeulA's "- gal. A
I il.l>lo. rtThevretentfon of the faith of jour accusing the speaker of making a miscount In the senate, on Wednesday Mr. Frye or steel made in Chattanooga from Turkish newspapers Lave been forbid.den M
fathcrer' he concludes "and the ol The offered a concurrent resolution (which! Companion. southern iron is said to be of high
.care :yeas and nays having beenordered .-. to comment upon the affairs,of ortho- n
your church and schools will bare my there was a democratic exodus, of was state agreed to) directing and the secretaries to The call for the convention to organizea grade. dox and Armenian churches. 9
and in a moment the democratic scats treasury, war navy ex Dr. C. W. !Macune of Washington, D.
earnest. ,attention." amine report and recommend the actionof state farmers' league for New York, The bronze statue to Horace- Greeley, nat
were well' nigh' deserted. The vote of the National Alliance
resulted embodied 0. chairman
the International marine conference olFebruary which was held at Altamont, the Tribune building entrance,'ln New n
-yeas, 1S1 ; nays, 0-no quorum, 1800. An Lour devotedto these words; "TLe unification of the organization committee on Legislation was in Atlanta, York was unveiled Saturday, H
Professor Jacob ,Grimm, the author ol and the house, at 1 o'clock adjourned. bills on, the calendar was and the welding! of the chain Wednesday, on his way to the west. of
1 nnobjocted to. The warehouses Liverpool are, M
the most eared German grammar and, consideration The senate,,of on the Saturday bill to ,relieve resumed national The Louse bill providing for the adjustment of relationship with the body of former A Charleston dispatch says: Tho democratic crammed with goods to bo shipped to if
with the best of accounts of laborers workmenand of the state are of paramount importanceat convention of the seventh district
hlllrother. October
jointly German banks. The bill was laid aside the United States before 1st M
this time. Tho need is prudent renominated William
urgent, Wednesday
mechanics on ,
'dictionary, Hy.t i "Among all the without action. The following bills, law arising under the eight hour counsel is expected efficient practical and Elliott who was expelled from his seat The strike in New South 'Wales con- H
unobjected to on, the calendar, were ;and the bill to prevent tho product ol tlnues. The labor conference Los decided M
house -
)nodern.1angUa CI none has, by giving convict labor furnished' disinterested direction required. In union in the Tuesday o make room for
among others passed: Senate bill ex- being to, or for there Is establishedand rcnominatlon was to call out the sheep shearers and H
and confounding alt the laws of the of strength. complete, Thomas E. }[ilIer. The
op> use any deportment of the
tending privileges of the free deliveryof govern harmonious union there is wool carriers. If
sound and by cutting off nearly all thee mails ment, also the conference report of the powerful by acclamation.
to towns Laving a population of
bouse joint resolution good. Time is a great factor.1 dispatch of Monday says t The mayor of New York has asked the B
to increase tho Chattanooga
1 inflections acquired and 8,000, or a gross postal revenue of
greater strength -
: that sufficient
commissioners a m
over police
, number of the board of of the The.county coroner held an inquest
1 1free' $lJOOO. The calendar
vigor than the English. Ita fullness of tho senate resumed oonsideration Laving expired of the, National Home for disabled volunteer Tho resolutions adopted by the Texas the remains of the fireman and engineer number of policemen be detailed* assist H

; middle sounds, which cannot* be house bill to define the jurisdiction of soldiers and to fill vacancies in such board Farmer Alliance convention uk congressmen killed by the explosion of the engine on him in making the new census. HAt

were discussed at length, but all went to make lows preserving the tho East Tennessee Virginia and Georgia n meeting of the National LeagueIn 9
;(taught but only learned, is the cause of, courts of the United States and of the domain for American colonization '
substitute heretofore Mr. over without action. The senate bill to public railroad at Sherman Heights. The verdict Dublin Tuesday, Mr.; Healy, in his D
reported by
la essential force of expression such as Dvarts from the judiciary committee. An pay to the personal representatives of only; that laws, both state and national, condemns the railroad company for speech, said that if any tenants submitted H

perhaps never stood at the command of previous question on the Langstpn-Vcna- Captain John Ericsson $13,930, found to be passed to regulate transportation for keeping an engine known to be defective.A to the landlords, they were traitors to H
the benefit of the and for unlimited
,any ether)language of men." cuted in the decisions of the United States I I be due him by a decree of the court of coinage of gold people and;silver to be special, of Tuesday, from Bowling their fellow countrymen.Total B

writs of error may' bo taken and prose claims in 1839, was passed. After a by a sufficient volume of trens-supplemented Green, Ky., toys that President S. B. collections for internal revenue, H

,, cuted from decisions of the United States short executive. session, the senate ad- I to the without Orwin, of the Farmers' Alliance of Ken- for the first two months of the fiscal year H
A. fire broke few la notes supply country
out days ury
a ago a court in the Indian Territory to the supreme journed. tho intervention of national banks also tucky, and editor of the official organ of of 1800-01, July and August, agregatcd H
t towa1n Hungary and tin account of itvrhct1 court of the United State The -- asking the state legislature to specially the Kentucky State Union pvJbliated 23,503COO, against (23,670,774 for corresponding i

\ appeared in the newspapers, said bill was laid aside informally) and the KOTES. amend the land law so as to open up the there, has come out boldly against the period last year. 'H

vthat the,Mayor called a meeting of tho private pension bills on the calendar were Republican conferee on the tariff bill western parts of. the state for actual sub-treasury scheme, and has created Advices of Monday from Goo, India i
taken and them were together two hours af- much comment
: up passed-eighty-five of Wednesday settlers. by so doing. state that eighteen persons were killed nand
chief Inhabitants fo comldcr whether It in fifty minutes. The senate then ad :ernoonr but adjourned without Laving .. A dispatch from Jackson says: The fifty wounded in the election riot at i

, might not b* advisable to pull down a journed. come to a concluded on sugar or binding Farmers are determined and emphatic seventh week of the Mississippi constitutional that place by Portuguese troops, who |

:house or two to prevent the possibility Messrs. O'Femll of Virginia and twine. as records representation in congress and convention closed Saturday and fired upon a crowd of republicans., I
Smith of ; were the only democrats The of ,tho interest of the tho of tho committee franchise
'of Amonar' prepayment legislature. How do they expert to sp- report on Sweden I
the flames Teaching a certain quarter A Stockholm djspatch, says:
in when the Louse was 4 bonds has been finished in committee oC
treasury department on per cent cure itt Certainly not by sitting down just I
The United States Baltimore
of the town where the buildings were all called to 'order Monday morning. At and currency Os Wednesday for tho entire with folded hands. Let every farmer remember the whole. The fight will be resumed which the steamer body of B

ol :wood. This, says :Max: O'ReUln a the conclusion of prayer, the clerk (under country aggregated 11,000,803, that at the primaries and nominating when it reaches the convention, and it i.impoaaUle Ericsson brought to this sailed Captain

London IctCer would read to direction of the speaker) proceeded to making a total so far of $7,833,333.The conventions the work must be to tell when the end will come. country, Tuesday |I
strangely on her return trip to tbs United States
call the roll on the approval of FridaY'1journaL bill done. See that true blue farmers A San Antonio The
new lottery are dispatch :
posed by conS says
:.Americans, who if their Louses take fire, The ,voto resulted, yeas 133, prose, has struck a most deadly blow at sent to conventions, those men who will most prolonged senatorial deadlock that' A dispatch, of :Monday, from Glasgow, i

I 'have'. but to touch an eloatrlc button on lays i 0-no quorum-and a call of the the: lottery companies.' Prohibiting tbe dare to present the name of a farmer and ever took place in Texas is in progress ot says: The Scotch furnace men have |

Ktholr"own i ) premises, and lot! all tho doors house was ordered, but still no* quorum. mailing of letters addressed to lottery fight for his nomination. There can be I :Mexia. The convention convened in its struck for higher wages. The furnaces 1
Mr. McKinley moved an adjournment. had. that will I, third session the lire being blown out. The, iron .market I
companies no'eaect whatever; but no half-way measure ,answer. two previous session
'at' fire station fly open, a whip There were number of republican mem- here is excited in consequence .of, "the 1
this new law will kill\ the elephant, for it We should understand that we have wily lasting several days. There have been
''touches th v horses and sends them for bert who were in favur of remaining Insession strike, 1
prohibits the mailing of any newspaper politicians in all existing parties to deal 2,900 ballots token, and the result
'''warclt the'harnou comes down on them who demanded and secured the containing,n: lottery advertisement with and must not be caught apping.mercan .- Wednesday is reported as being the same Tho Mark Lane Erprtu of London, ia\ I

:yens and Days. The motion was carried, commissioners Grange Bulletin. as the bcginnng. in its weekly review of the British grain I
and ChickamAuga .
as they pass ont, Jn twenty-five secoods and announcedto park '
a republican caucus was trade i
: English are pfcnti-
Y, tho engine fully equipped, is on its be held immediately. ment.organized It was Tuesday found at that the much war preliminary depart Heretofore in all parts of the world the Thomas A Birmingham Key a, desperado Ala., dispatch, who says ha: ful. Deliveries says for the first fortnight of I

'Jt.a1.to' the scene of the fire, which has In the' senate, on Monday, the joint work can be done before the government farmer III.been no match for his adversary defied the laws of the state and success the new cereal year are estimated at 800- I

been resolution proposing an amendment to lie has held his 000 quarters against 283,000 during the i
never own
shown on an indicator also con.tiected obtains jurisdiction over tho against fully evaded officers for fifteen years, Was
with'the button pressed by the the constitution of the United States In land to be included in the park The the soldier or the priest, against the politician captured Tuesday near his hiding place;' corresponding period in 1892 and 90. I
relation to the manufacture
Importation '
commissioners Lave laid out this work or the'' statesman. In the nineteenth in the mountains in Walker lie 000 quarters in 1888. Prices have ,fallen I
householder county.
,t saw the performance formyself and sale of alcoholic liquors, having been and to ill push It vigorously to completion. century he is tho slave, the serf is wanted for arson, burglary numerous one shilling. I

at Pittsburg, and it was the near reached/ on the calendar Mr. Blair, who the peasant or the proprietor; according cases of horso and cattle stealing, and A PiladelpWa. dispatch says In 'the
had reported it from the committee on
'f est'approach?'\ to phantasmagora that I education and labor, called for a vote The executive session of the senate to to location.face with American a criiia.farmers are have face several murderous assaults.A cue of.peddlers of an English translationof "

,ever expect to see en this planet.: upon it. Mr. Cockrell asked that the Tuesday was confined to the consideration subdued a continent and furnished They dispatch of Tuesday from Anniaton, who Count Tolstoi's "Kreutzer Sonata,
; of the nomination of Ala. The two coke furnaces Lad been arrested on the'charge" of
reports be read. The reading of the report George B. material for factories brcaa loroperatives says: in this
Laving occupied what was left of Money, of Tennessee to be minister to raw and manhood our for cIlIIza- city will shut down in a few days, on accoubt selling obscene literature, Judge Thayer,

f'The Nihilist young woman," according the hour assigned ,to the calendar, no Uruguay and Paraguay. After a full our of the dullness in the iron'market in the court of common, pleas, 'Wednesday '
tion. From all of this land farmer
t*the Paris edition of the New rote was taken on the joint resolution. discussion the favorable report of the parts and These furnaces are among tho largest in decided that the book is not obscene
are coming together. Organization
'York Z/sraii, "is the most inexplicable the senate then resumed consideration of committee on foreign relations was, con- co-operation: are the wonderful ideas that the south, each turning out over 100 ton offense and that the rclators had committed no,
, other the bill to define and regulate the jurisdiction curred In on a yea and nay voto.by two- have awakened them before. of iron per day. They havo been running against law. '
sex and sect Other,young women thirds of the senators as never regularly for the Mrs. Rachel of Flushing
two Stillwaggon
of the courts of the United States. present.A They demand for themselves and their past years, ,
learn to>make bonnets and dresses or Various amendments were offered, mik meeting of the senate committee on children an education equal to the best. even when other furnaces in different Long Inland, was one hundred and fivo

amuse themselru by making cake, but ing changes in the court circuit, but agriculture was culled for Tuesday, to' They insist on a fair share of the profitsof parts of tho country closed down on account years old Sunday. She is the oldest'

the young feminine Nihilist gives her were all rejected. The bill then went consider the Conger compound lord bill, American industry.-Professor C. 8. of the dullness About 200 men woman on Long Island, if not in New
over till Tuesday. After a short executive and report it as a substitute for the Paddock Walker. are thrown out of work.GfLVESTON York State. Her mental faculties are

whole mind during leisure moments to session the senate adjourned.Mr. pure food bill which Los a placeon but slightly imporcd. but her sight is'

preparing dynamite explosives. When O'Ferrall was) the only democrat the caucus: calendar of business iu the The following letter has been sent out REJOICES poor. She was born in Tanytown and

11 ho',Las' learned hot dally lessons oai In the Louse Tuesday morning during the icnate. The absence of democratic memo to the sub-Alliances of Georgia by President NOW THAT TUS -PRESIDENT- HAS SIGNED Is a cousin of Van Watt,. one of the
delivery of prayer. The clerk ImmcdUtelv ben of the committee who were opposed American soldiers who captured Major
I i ,anatomy or physiology she springs up Livingston : TEE RIVED A.VD HARBOR BIL. Andre.
began to call the roll on approval to taking any action upon the lard bill "It is a fact that we regret very much

with a light heart, puts on her apron of Friday' joyrnal. The speaker hesitated and <'( Mr. McMillan; who is in Michigan hat the contract for cotton bagging did The news that the president had signedthe The amount of silver offered for sale to \

and exclaims: "Now I'll just run into before he announced the result, mode n quorum .impossible. This not anticipate the extraordinary early river and harbor hill, which gives : the treasury Wednesday aggregated 838023 ,-
there being but two lacking of a means that the bill\ is killed so far as this ounces and the
the quorum. of cotton and for this amount purchased
laboratory and make up a batch o fDombal" opening reason Galveston practically $02<),000 for her har '
The vote was finally announced to be session Is concerned, and it will: be cotton bogging is not on hand in sufficient bor improvement, caused the : 140COO ounces, as follows 23,000ounces:

Thd three young women who yeas 133, nays 1, No quorum, and a call thrown over until next, season, when in amount and will not be, unless the rejoicing there Friday night. Cannon greatest; at $1.130; 90,000 ounces at $1.1323; 23-

wore arrested hero the 'other day do not of the Louse was ordered. During the rush of lneu.niany believe it can farmers stop baling cotton for a short time. were fired and the city was illuminotcc I 000 ounces at $1.1373. Total purchases,

appear: 'to have been making bombs for roll call the camera was again broughtInto be killed entirely The Exchange: is sending out daily from with a grand pyrotechnical display; including Wednesday's, under the new
rrquiaition and the photographeragain ten to twelve thousand but law, h'v been 7,173,473 ounces
use ia particular Emperor's Louse- -- yards Bands throughout the city houses leaving
any reproduced the array of empty the demand is fur beyond the supply. I were 11 played aud tho city presented about 107,000 ounces to be purchased. the
:hold,,.or for sale on race courses or elsewhere. democratic seats. One hundred and six AN EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE understand that in some localities where grand holiday The presi a remainder of the month. -
: 'Obviously theIr 'mative: must ty-four members responded to the call BY TEE: -COMMISSIONERS OT THE cotton bagging cannot bo had, AlliAnce. dent's signature on the river and harbor A dispatch from Panam .: Three-
and without of NAMED
announcement the
been tie any men are using jute from necessity, and bill with fourths of Colon been
Lave same which induces the : result further proceedings dispensed 1 WORLD'S J'AID-wao TIIEY: ABB. crowns success the gulf outlet destoled.
I were) are threatened with expulsion. I advise, movement begun by the Topeka and Fire broke out at midnight
to into the Tuesay
ordinary young woman go with, and the vote again recurred
under the circumstances, not
in no charges or Denver conventions two The was under control until
The world's fair commission met years ago.
kitchen at intervals and mike cake with on approving Friday's journal. Agreedto. Chicago Wednesday morning, and President discipline bo had, with reference to those general government Is committed to the 1, m. I t is reported that ninety carloads of.
'her'own hind That dynamito bombs without Mondaj's objection.journal The was question approved then Palmer announced Ll, selection of an using jute but do all in your power to completion at'<2alrei>ton of a first-class freight in transit have been consumed.

McDonald bold our people to cotton or some other harbor, on the basis of an appropriationof Wharves and shipping safe.
end amateur cake are dangerous and recurred upon the first of the majority executive committee follows. M L. are Owipg
California; It. 0. Kerins, Mis- covering than jute. 3.000.000. to the riotu behavior of a mob of looters -
deadly does not in the least disturb these resolutions to unseat Veooblo. It was -.i .
souri Exalt: Texas t P. A. 11. military opened fire with ballcartridge
light-hearted maidens. They will have agreed the to seating Then of came Langston the 'questionon and it Weidner; Henry, Pennsylvania, all of whom are President Rogers, of the Florida Alliance HE OPENED THE SAFETO killing and wounding several

their little who issues the following circular letter. persons.
amusements, no mattor commissioners at large; Jno. T. Harris,
suffer from them. was on 0 Virginia Wm. J. Sewell, New Je\'IICI11.j; to the county alliances: I SUOW ma JIEXAUKABLE: POWER AS A The conference
may The previous question was ordered and ; anti-slavery was opened
"WHEREAS At the last
annual I
--- (despite o protest from Mr. Kerr, of B. Smalley. Vermont; E. B. Mortlndole, the Farmers' State Alliance Floridathe BSADKB. at .Mondaj. President Keller wel-
Macloal Iowa that for its Indiana; John Boyd Thacker, New York; of comed delegates. Hi welcome
Hugh Is ltoaa shire some reason adoption : to
a Ugh.Lander following resolution Paul Alexander
should be given) the leiolutloo unseating A. T, Ewing, Illinois; William 8. King, unanimounly Johnston, the mindreader the British delegates was especially

one hundred and seven years old. Elliott and seating Miller was agreed to Iowa; II. G. Clapp. Ohio; L. }[cLaw adopted: opened a difficult combinationsafe warm. "Great Britain he ; I"

Though, la the gray twilight of an almost without division. Further proceedingswere Georgia: ; Francis Breed Massachusetts; "Iktohfd, That the next annual ses in the presence of many well-known a great nation, and haul done.ad for.
It It Price alonof the State Alliance convene on the people| at a hotel in Chicago:
Euclid Martin, Nebraska; : Saturday. civilization."
and Mr. declared that
blameless and fairly active life InMs remarkably expeditious,
spent October
Tuesday next, at such under remarkable th
Harrison Minnesota lie
Kansas M. D. ; was Mohammedan
democratic sentinel! ;
native county he is full of strength war O'Ferrall absolutely, the lonely powerless to check the, James E, Butt, West Virgin. ; P. S. place"as may be designated by the president blind-folded, his can and nostrils were civilizing Afric. religion and that was only incapable Christian of

,and rigor,taking a lively interest la the majority its full swing. The jea and Williams, Tennessee; Joseph Hirst Flor- packed with cotton, his hands c ivered could elevate the blacks.
Saunders l L. H.UershSeld And whereas The members of the order with thick kid gloves, and in his ,
Ida It L. ,, Mississippi; mouth He urged the
affairs of life that Venable ;
having a good appetite nay vote declaring was Montana It S. Goodell, Colorado and citizen of Jefferson county have he held a cigar so even the sense of taste congress to arouse such at
being generally healthy and cutting and not elected showed that there were 103 A.,T. Britton; District of Colura- made liberal inducements for said meet. was temporarily destroyed. The movement throughout the world as would
; pro. definitely
carrying his peat for household lue. His republicans in attendance including those bia. and James. A. McKenzle, Kentucky.The fag to be held with them, therefore I, R. prletotR and bookkeeper of the hotel endatve '

food has always been and nutritious who did not vote, but were paired It committee is composed of thirteen P. Rogers, president of the Farmers' stood behini him aDd thought of the A dispatch of Monday from Kokomo,
plain is somewhat of a coincidence that the lout
state Alliance of Florida do combination. says the
democrats and thirteen repu'.Ucana. hereby call Without touching either temperance people of
relates the Chicago 7/oroU, and his habits two democrats unseated by the Louse the annual alon to convene in the town of them Johnston turned correctly to the Grcentown, a place of 1,300

are not unworthy the a'tentloa of many Tuesday-Venable, of Virginia, after a CONDUCTORS MEET Honticel'o on the third Tuesday in numbers and swung the door Lave finally driven the lost Inhbitnt

.that protracted fight and Elliott of South October: next, the tame beinf! the 21st Johnston says this that open. their midst. They Lave kept 101
, are battening by an opposite course without word of proves man has up CD.
Carolina discussion
day of said month thua tinual fight for
at 10 o'clock moro five two Three
the end of !
a merrier aud shorter but not before their conventions
went nominating the
CONYExmIOK.The Each county Alliance in the State will ago only saloon remaining in town

happier life It Is difficult to say in precise Wednesday.In ---, be entitled to two delegate as provided STAY OUT. was destroyed by dynamite. 'J he owner
terms what the senateon Tuesday, Mr,Hale introduced in the constitution of 1839 the soon resumes business .
forces are directly con.Eected International Brotherhood of Railroad proposed and imme
joint resolution,,,hich was referred Ohio constitution of ISIM not having been K03K;: : OF THIS! 8TEICEHS: OS TUE TEXTUAL11UD80S : diately arrested on .
with tho production of bale and to the committee ou public buildings Conductors met at Toledo, ratified twev affidavits, and
) and elected the officers by the required two-thirds vote is WIU. BB KEIX8TATBD. court costs were
ilonday, following up against him
happy old age. Certainly much more Is grounds, for the erection in the District Grand chief conductor. George W. therefore not in force. -- until Saturday when he surrendered his

involved than mere strength of constitution of Columbia of a memorial building loward; grand secretary and treasurer. ... Vice President Wibb. of tho Central. prtmi to the sheriff, who closed the
which shall be a suitable monument to Hudson road
for to this must bo added healthfulunwinding D. J. Carr, of Loa Angeles; grand ihap- : Prominent speakers; and statesmen will wa interviewed at Albany, 110a. .
the of U. & Grant. The resolution N. Y
memory bo invited lo be on Friday, on the future
lain, C. Houghwout, of Ashland 1s. ; present on the days set action of A Chicago
contentment and active authorizing the select committee on the dispatch : The delayed
; grand senior conductor It X Bollard, part for the entertainment of Alliance company towards tho ktriken who arnvotof p says
and habits Hard relations with Canada to continue its investigations at the Piedmont seek re-cm"loYDient. JJr. Webb Maten Sweeney of,tbe
temperate work people
regular Mid
of Waycross, Ga.{ grand junior conductor exposition, which : switchmen, and Sarirent of
, extioagasit is not carried beyond the during recess and r/port. At O. W, Stevens, of HoruelUville N.y opens in Atlanta October 15th, and an It may as well bQ understood right; here is tending to precipitate, the Jfmer
next session wusgreed to. At :3 o'clock that from a
now of the
attractive none
grand inside scutiuti E. C. Patter programme "ill be made striker on the
limit of repairing regularly the worn out the senate went Into executive session, at ; for each up Central road between New York and among Stktar Switching Associ
All Buf
son, LaGrange, Ariz. ; grand outside &<10- day. of the sub-Alliances anon '
tissues, It both harmless and conducive 4:20 the doors were re-opened and legislative tI:1eJ. T. M. Oilluly, of San Burnadino, of Georgia and other states will be expected falo, iBcliteive, will U fdiutotcd. It is mp switchmen, were

to longevity. Civilization U at once business was proceuded with. Af 'aL, assistant chief conductor, J.W. to be on hand. The following better for the nice. for their families and twelve discharged in all Wednesday who Lave morning, making
devoted to the calendar ia gram for oil been
ter an hour concerned
li.lpf uland injurious Mania, "', Tex.} executive circular letter has been mailed to All to know now that none for refusing to dhrg
regards lonp nty. which business of of the work
no public importancewas men wha with
committee, John It Long Seymour, ancemen all over the country,by the are out will be back."
management Burlington and
Under Its the bill with substitute "
protecting Influence normal doTelopmeat'aUU transacted senate 9wncl Bon-union eng -
led. ; George Lovejo.v, Ev nsvitle, Ind. ; r neers. It is
ages b allowed and fostered to define and regulate the jurisdiction William. )MsttUon Toled\ Ohio The ATLAJ.TA, Go.. Bt-ptembe1o-Dear Sew Musical intention. : the that nothing except

But civilization affords of courts of the United States, first three are lectluD" Jacksonville Sir: The 83th, Sflth and 80thof) October A new invention In musical and presence Sargent of the counsels of --Sweener
great instra-
opportunities voted can
WILl token up. As no quorum uponit have prevent another tie-up
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rule they are not shored to the senate adjourned.In ion of two violas and
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4 O11n'c- feet, I.felt my feeling and and action re. ., \ The manner of catching? and curing '
ti1rl'Jl t
hoaght Of t\ee" turn. At the same moment D'l11ight Codfish oa the Pacifia toast is generally To every 1000 males la London, Eng fine IleA oculiat.s C'enstlce to bu the
glad w.hops, dread AN KXTttAOltniNAnV similar land there are 1123 females beat 7$
conn try of bUt love and hand freed from its inertia EPIDEMIC to that on the Atlantis side. .
'!nay Is down no fatal dope,prayers; grasped what I Instantly knew to be-a UK CI11MK IN INDIA. Large schooners of from 200! to :SOO; tons Baron Liebig says horseflesh fa mon A Philadelphia modictmt' ,it Said t
tcivtof rear son and airs.as knife. Mechanically I forced the blade are employed to bring tho cod down wholesome than either beef or mutton. worth $20,000. 'I* ,

l and ripped :*y canvas shroud so that: the 2Iage<<: rlaeards Displayed Everywhere from Bchring! Sea and Alaskan water to An Englishman recommends tomatoes It is stated ttal oyster tea Inches! !long

by furnace fire* and yetGods shot fell and I began to, rile to the Saying Beware- of the the depots at Tiburon California: City ts a remedy for dyspepsia l and.bilious. are found in New Guj tea. .

grace only stronger mao: ; surfaces In a few' seconds I suppose, I'ol.oner =Assassins t'eddltiig and Kershaw Island, wherO tho fish! Are ness. the
lure tact before the net it seemed I opened cured. the NIt Alexandria Egypt, poseM large
although my Formerly
"" ye.tr Death-Dealing Food ( ass An experiment in electricity est artificial harbor in tho world.
shalt not lack the old-time aid. eyes-for it is a curious fact that while 1 brought from the Alcmeda "saltings," plowing by
!le to be made on a largo scale in It is believed that the hollyhock \\11.
rather sleep, but men remain lay in a state of coma they remained open of but today the principal supply is ob.
poisoning central
true And wls and brave thef{ yet when my feelings returned with the Tho epidemic which tamed from Alviso being transported on Spain.! brought to Europe from China M ear,!

count the Jog without the gala shock I closed them at once-and saw broke out early in the year has non ex clumsy looking square-bowed sailing A Gorman professor says all who eat' as the year 1573.

best ti that we hare to-day. once more the light of day which I had tended over a largo proportion of India crafts, of which many types may be seen watercress consume at the sumo time s In tho United States there were 14,77fl

never expected to see again. I was an and througbout many districts a virtual: rotting in tho marshes and lagoons of full assortment minute insects. murders between 1884 and ISS'J: nod

,tit was in thy primal stock, excellent swimmcrand had soon regained reign of terror exists writes a Calcutta Tiburon. A Chicago chemist claims that he has a only ails legal execution

Weakling founders bnUdei: here; I my breath and'cast from mo the. canvas, correspondent of the of the New' York The cod are caught on the banks of method by which aluminum can be made In Bradford County, Fla., is a hollow'

were the,men of Plymouth Rock which impeded my movements. Then I Tnbunt. At more than half the rail ; Alaska and the Okhotsk !Sea: by men who from common clay for fifteen cents a stump from which comes- noise similar

,Puritan and Cavalier;, looked around over the waters and saw road stations hugo placards are displayed for tho most part work solitarily ia pound or lew. to that of a boiling kettle

hey_whose firm endurance gatnel that my miraculous escape had: been all saying, not as in America, "Be "dories." small boats f roar twelve to It is asserted by Dr. Francis Dowlingthat A Harlem (New York) brute, received

", freedom of the soul of men, for nothing. Tho ship looking like s wore of" pickpockets," "Beware of poi fifteen feet long with flat bottom, shiup at least One person in three between among,: her wedding presents a receipted

hand unstained in peace maintained groat swan, was several miles away get. occrs. Detailed warning is also givento prow and square stern, specially fitted to the ages of ten and forty yean is subject bill of $17 from her father

> wordless, commonwoalta of, Peon.tlma ting smaller and smaller even: as I looked. travelers against accepting the hospitality receive the catch, which averages 200 to partial deafness. gas As- t
';c There arose on my lips a frenzied curse of tho natives or purchasing fish of four or five pounds daily for each: In clearing via the postofllcs at ,
thai be the power of all against God that had abandoned ml drinks or eatables of any kind. TheM man. In other 'case* a larger dol"Is An English medical writer averts that torts, Oregon, recently a package of letters v
t do the work that duty bid. cancer is not hereditary in the vast mailed: in 1887 was found.
; thus, but almost immediately afterward, precautions nro rendered .necessary by used, and the crew work sociably on '
f make the people' Council flail as if to rebuke me for my wickedness, 1 I tho fact that organized bands Of poison. shares or for a fixed rate per man. The majority of cases, no heat than eighty Five generations of one family sat for

,lasting a* the Pyramids. noticed a pices wreckage floating era have infested thu railways peddling spells of labor may average three or four njne\ per cent being caused by external their photographs a single: group at a
influences the sufferers.A .
lesion all the world shall learn, toward me. lope once more filled my fruit cakes, drinks etc., to passengers hours, when there Is an interval. for upon Springfield Penn., a few day ago. a

0* nation at thy foot shall sit; breast and I swam toward the pieco of chiefly at the stations. Their wares are meals, and at the end of tho day the en- mixture of lime with cheese! or Under the lows of Chin, the adult *

furthest mountain top shall bum I I deckhouse, ns it proved to be, and poisoned, and scores of persons have met tiro crowd proceed to "take care of the cnsoin or albumen, well worked up, is who loses his temper in a discussion., x

,itu watchflres from thine own upUlseeding ;; clambering on top threw myself on my death at their hands. Moreover the inhabitAnts fish." One makes a hasty rip Vertically rcctnmondcd. an excellent insoluble sent to jail for five days to cool down. ,

.. face and wept for very wretchedness. of tho villages themselves have and horizontally and passes the fish to plastic material. Hot, water does no'affect Tho King of D"bo.'e7. bas sent an cm-
to be
fraud conque.t-rtch treaty Alono on tlfo wide ocean, a piece of taken up the trade, and poison those the "header."who breaks off the head it, and it is easily colored.A bassador to Germany to engage a bawl

In or the faro estate in gol.Lricher wood the only thing between mo and whom they receive as guest In these and removes tho viscera. A third takes tree in Nashville, Tenn., caught! fin of musicians to play not serve, for 'his a,

I, death, dazed and weak: from my Jast terrible latter cases the object appears to be out the principal bones'1 ami passes it to from an electric wire. One limb Wilt dinner.It .

virtue which thy children hold. experience, what else could I..o but plunder but in the former can only be the salter by whom it is packed in brineIn burned entirely off. A policeman threw
I- Welsh
"h peace that come of purity wcepf Soon I began to feel an intense a simple desire to murder, since poison the hold. Both tho boning, and salting water on tho burning limb with a hose, said that in many villagesthe
strength to simple Justice dui: hunger. By the lowest calculation ] ers have no opportunity to rob the bodies process are mere temporary expedi. and when the water struck the fire he cipvrienccd yew tree and the are the
own; our loyal dream of thee I must have been cimatoso for three days, of their victims. A pcr'cct mania for ents, tho actual curing of the fish taking a severe electrlo shook. samn age tho one being planted '

Bod of our fathers! molts it true. so for that timo I had had no nourish such crimes has for some timo prevailedon place on arrival at San Francisco. The wire to be used for tho telephone the other was built.A t

ment. nearly all routes of travel throughout When a ol the headless and cArpet used in a' room of the United ;
cargo between Paris and London is made ot
land of lands! to thee
we give The thick: mist that suddenly camt India, and in spite of the police the hOle eviscerated fish reaches ono of the packing bronze. It is estimated that the French States Mint after being in wear, some
,Our lore,our trust our service free; down satisfied but there riblo trade is still was recently burned ii\ pass and Y
my thirst ,wai pursued. stations of !Hun: Francisco Bay the share of the of establishing tho yean
thee thy thy ions,need shall hall nobly die for lira thoo., cat nothing to cat, nothing to cat. I nearly There is Also a mania for poisoning first step is to wash the cod in largo tanks telephone will expanse b. about $150,000. En. yielded $2500( worth of g<>U.

l 0. Whittier. went crazy as the day wore on. for all sorts of purposes for.vengeance, with false bottoms freely communicating thiuiaits believe that all the telegraphic The Mexicans eat salt with theft'''

frJohn At last night fell and added the ten for plunder for torture, for the fulfil with the boy. At such spots thero is communication will bo superseded.The oranges both because they prefer the

'I roes of tho blackness of darkness to the ment of religious vow.. In many cases i sure to be a large gathering of smelts and fruit 10 seasoned and because it $It considered

cried Alive in tho Ocean, pangs-fcf hunger. I could never tell th, the food exposed for salo in markets has local predatory fish. Then the cod are structure of flamo was strikingly to bo more wholesome with salt. m
I shown
the other dny at the Insti.
horrors of that first night. It was s been poisoned wholesale. The reportsof ; piled on trucks and run on a short line loyal The first English thentro was that
in lecture
tution London Professor
wonder I wo not stark staring mad the Government chemist, who analyzes I of rails into the Interior of the factory a by sk'
It,was in my twenty-sixth: year that: myp Do war, Twobook.covorsof moistened erected by James Itarlwgo In 137d-7T, ,
the Osprey owned by Fowler when day broke. The second day passed all articles seized oa suspicion of poison where a thorough steeping in brine tanks asbestos It stood ia Holywell Lane Shorodiu, '.
like the first.' Nothing to eat, something are most startling in character and give takes place. Next tho fish are spreadout were suddenly clapped togetheron ; e'
ia 1598.
rothers,,was chartered to come to San the flame, when of the London till It was pulled down
fronclsco for wheat. Wo arrived herefelt to moisten my lips but no sail In light such a picture of human depravity as can on long lines of "flanks," or drying a picture :
arsenal ia Franco
flame different tints At L'Orlent '
in Ie Ct. a groatIronclad
loaded wheat and out- The third day broke with angry sky and scarcely be found elsewhere. Among the frames, where in the desiccating air of copper was t'
soon were vessel :-Of 11,000 tons Is1 {.
de of the Golden ,Gate for angrier sea, and I saw: that before th cases: was n curious one reported from California the'second process Is rapidly Tho Consulting Committee on Public war id ;
heading: It I strongly armed .
Horn would be Batara. An blacksmith Health in France have found that roost nearly completed. t
went and day closed a Cape gala army complainedthat completed. The remaining bones are }
omo. Everything smoothly
iu tow :
occurred to forewarn of the raging, with its attendant sleet and cold.I some poison possibly corrosive sub, then removed whero "boneless cod is of tho large) sardine firms of Morbihan with immense cannon revolving pera.
othiog me
errible adventuro the future had in storeor trembled then, f"r. eVen though! was limatc was mixed with his food by hit called for," and lastly the product is and Finlsterro use lead in Saver uattl.ties It. is estimated that the amount of gold r did I

,me. almost dead and quito without hope 1 assistant in tho workshop, with tho object packed ready for Ihlpment.-San Fran in soldering the tins. cases :' .,
In the world is about ,lit hundred and
tho bad of getting after his eiteo Chfonlclt. of death from load poisoning Faro : ;
,* wanted to live. By noon sea promotion death. '
to :the southward of Val- .
Wo were thirteen cubic and it would fit ia
He did occurred the lead filtered Into yards, a '
risen tremendously and it was with great/ not cat any of the food but only having .
raise when I fell 111. It kind of ,
wits a twenty-four feet each v 1111 it ia a'
room ,
intness that would'luddenly and with. difficulty that I managed to keep on my suspected it of containing poison. On A Brazilian Delicacy tho fish from the soldering. solid oube. )I.;;\

out warning.come upon me, so that I raft. By nightfall the gala was.rastlng inquiry tho police found that: ho had "Talking of centipedes," said a New In a recent investigation of some casesof "
poisoned the food i' Out of sovonty-ilx Irish Kings who "
often fell on the deck and lay there until fiercely, and I was, expecting every himself.nnd then falsely Yorker In the Tribune "reminds mo 'ota poisoning from sea water mussel in
accused his fellow-workman ruled between A. D 4 and 117.2: no teen '
be and ,
moment to engulfed one packet Dublin tho city analyst expressed the ,
mo' one could como to my assistance. dish I ate once in Brazil. I went away ,
.Tbia continued without iny much of the terrible abysses into which of arsenious oxido was found in his pos the Amazon winter the opinion that in an inlet impregnated with than fifty-two died violent deaths either; .
getting ono '
up among
This session. Arsenic* from In battle by murder 'or by thunderbolts ...'
nft' slipped constantly. its accessibility of ,
the mussels form
my easy develop a
worse until we got down oft tho Magel-; wretched Indians there, buying up raw wage ,\
Ian Straits tho latitude of Cape Pillar was tho most awful night I ever 'spent- has always hcH tho first place in rubber. Several of ui left the boat one polsou allied to strychnine. Others bUd (by the latter three were slain). > //l:

.or:,thereabouts. One day a gloomy worse even than when I lay to all appearances Indian criminal records opium coming day and made, our way into the dense supposed that the reason' why sea water A' faithful dog in Hamilton: Ohio "j"
dead on tho cabin table of the of course, next. Last : tho sometimes Is because didn't abandon its ,to arouse its
forbidding day,'such as the mariner often year proportion forest to see if wo could shoot any mussels are dangerous attempt 1: ',
-'. meets with down there I had tho after Osprey. The flying spoondrift cut me was fifty pet cent, arsenic and thittoue ,- toucans. We got lost in short order they are affected'with some alkaloid pro drunken owner who bad fallow' asleep ott a,

tiopn wa.tchand was superintending one to the bone. '!'ho groat waves rolled l per ccnt.'oplum, and, broadly speak: and wandered about for a day and s ducing disease. the railroad: track until an engine( out, t
their crested phosphorescent heads high fog the proportion is much the same for oil its log. The mad esonpad I a jury, i
:: of.my men who was fixing ratline in night before we found the little creek in locomotive( working under pressure

,.: the weather mlzzentopmost rigging. above me, who, sunk in a black abyss the past ten ;years. ,which our boat lay and wa were only of 140 to IBIS pound to the square inch, A Japanese paper states that af Kano-' *

_?Tho fellow ,was very clumsy, to say the heard the, gale shrieking overhead. Intent Another substance used with,deadly brought back then by some Indian may move a railway train at a velocity of wars a family! of six generations live. ,
Numbed and weak: as I was, I clung to is pounded glues which fa put in whom to tho The oldest is said" to bo 139 : of
..least of itI, got annoyed watch. wo met carrying rubber sixty miles per hour which wo are apt to years age
ing his, awkwardness; ,moro annoyed, my refuge with tho energy of desperation bread, cakes and rice. One case is reported river to sell. We met them just as they think of as a wonderful speed. But it is and to bo a great.great'l roat-gr4nclmotb-

in tact, than ,was warranted, Ithink and waited bitterly for death. from Nodk, in which a woman were about to camp for the night and slow compared with tho rate of motion er, her husband, aged 139, akio: being't
that I look Finally an immense wave: higher than confessed to having pulverized a lot of to show the modern alive. ,. ;
now back. But I was as they promised us way of the projectile from a great

_ ,growing;: more. and more irritable everyday all that had gone before raised its wild and gloss to Jewels which mixed she had been wearing out of the forestwo camped with them. /gun. Such projectile flies at the rate of The first elephant seen la Ea: :;laalwa'.

which was probably owing to my lead and rolled down on me. bread which having oho the gloss with "We had some tinned beef left and 1305 miles per hour, impelled by a pressure tent as a present to Henry III. by the
had likea her husband
_ 'fainting spells. Suddenly I became so My timo come. I wo swept eat. In the gave of instances to porno whisky but as I had lived on of 35,000 t> 40,000 pounds per King'of France about tho ,year 1255.
child from raft and carried the majority
my on during tinned beef and fresh fish for time ,
excited that I Jumped into the mizzen some square' inch. Numbers people crowded to see tho
:rigging;and was into the top in a trice. crest of tho monster, as I supposed tc the last ten years of poisoning, however,' and was mlghtly tired of them both, I curiosity, and ,a special ,building wu
the fellow death. But once again the hand Of the the attempt has generally proved futile about for of diet Tile Genii of the Past.
I was about to pull away from the was looking a change: erected for it at the Tower.

his job when a fit come on. A sudden Almighty was stretched out to save: me. 'at once coarseness and grittiness of the glass and was glad to see that tho Indians had I The most famous extant gems sea per. A good deal of interest hat beta 'ri.cited -
dashed with inconceivable violence exciting suspicion.
I[ was Evidently
mist clouded left native food with them. This tho Gemini In Vienna
My senses some consisted haps Augustea a
my eyes.
solid rock. tho skill of the old Venetians in this direction at the antipodo by the !appearance
against something a* a Ropy
me; I reeled and fell from the tap to tho of some atilt of graylsb-whltt nearly a quarter of a yard long of submersion
all around I has no parallel in India where after twecty-saven! year ,
_ were floating me. grabbed which
deck. In my descent I struck once or several and then swooned. indeed glass would only seem to bo usedas paste that looked like a mixture of suet on time triumph of Augustus Is cut of the wreck of the British,warship Orpheus .

twice,"which caused mo to turn over, .I awoke and recognized the old hospital the handiest article within reachwhen ,ind 'grits.' I asked them what it wu, in the rarest workmanship by Dioscor the singular\ '!ou of, which, wlta( a
with the result that I fell on my head.: but I could not understand what they Ides of Rome. There are magnificently 200 hands caused oom'motlon ..
of the O.prey. Then I thought arsenic opium and dhatura are not read. nearly such ,
my .
When I recovered consciousness was lying said and our interpreter had gone off for cut antique amethyst though rock: crystal
burial and adventures ily procurable. Dr. Lyon in his at the beginning of the lost .Maori,
subsequent were exhaustive
; in a bunk in the hospital. Still, there water. It did not taste at all bad, and was, and ii, mainly used for vases and i
"Manual of Medical war.
ws< a thIck.'mlst before my eyes. I could ill a wandering fancy and I had never : Jurlspru- the flavor was unlike anything I had cups. I saw a beautiful modern vase at
left the hospital. But I was lOon unde deuce for India, records only one fatal eaten, so I had swallowed bit of Oberstein the of shell twelveor
indeed, see everything so as to recognize ever a shape a Gathering Wild $nmae.
ceived. A kind face bent and I case of poisoning from pounded glass in
where I was, but .omehow.my eyes refused tho features over of me India. This was in 1870 and death It about as big as your fist before the in. fourteen inches long-chiefly, however The collecting and curing of the leaves '
saw onto more good ensued
to ,move about and I could only Ho would not my to in forty-eight hours. The oddest terpreter returned and told me that tho filling me with regret for the van of the wild sumac occupies for lever*!''

tare straight up at the deck. I triedto Captain. permit me of these records disk was made of some sort of dried iihed beauty of the ono perfect crystal of tile summer months the time of hundreds
all that but the next I was ot Dr. Lyons* is that ofa
speak: day: on
turn in my bunk, but I could not; to who root, pulverized and mixed with the out of which had been cut. The man of women and children ia Virginia
woman swallowed
allowed relate which I did a quantity of
raise? my arm, but I .could_not; to sit to my story, crushed bodies of white ants. atkCl1lS: for it. A much larger cameo: and tho Corolinai. ,This product which
In a weak and quavering voice, I can assure coarsely pounded glass In order to "scour ,
op, but my muscles failed me. At Then the told out her stomach" She came Ileal'lcouriug "I did not eat any more. than the Gemma Augustea was lost in would otherwise bo Wasted, distribute, ,
hut:the truth'struggled into my darkened you. Captain rao very .. the storm of tho Tuilerles 1818. About the 'of
hat out her soul as well but with among poorer country pnople
burying me, as they thought,
mind.. I perceived at last thatI tho largest extant -a sardonyx
they had kept on their course for two prompt emetics and skilful treatment she Kangaroos for America.We gem North Carolina alone the large sum of
was in a perfectly cataleptic trance.: worked in five layers and representing e
cncounted head recovered.A (0000 to $8000 10nllall{ Bumic:! 1 U extensively
The strange part of it was that my mind days, when they a heavy are auured on what seems good Tiberius and Llvla and various other per. ,
; used ia dyeing cloth and la the
which drove them back theii favorite medium In which to ad.
pile on that the
Almost active I knew authority project Importing there is an odd It Ia .
aras as as ever minister! is sonagcs- story. tanning of fine leather. Besides our native ; '
poisons sweetmeat. In
course again. They shipped a terribly( one into this b
'all that was going on about me. and I kangaroos .country seriously called La Cameo do la Sainte Cunpolle product from I1Cteell'.tho11Slnc1
sea which carried away boats and house) case a man approached in an entirely entertained by several enthusiastic and : >
felt an: overwhelming terror at my possible and was given to St. Louis of France thousand ton ire annually
forward, but it was the last exertion of friendly way a police Bepov. He gave wealthy of the west. The tucnty-flvo
sportsmen who set it In the Ste. as
fate. Chapello a
the Sepoy some sweetmeats and the latter up Imported from the South of Europe.:'
ho gale for after that it died away, animals have been acclimated .
'' It made known to The successfully representation of Joseph's dream.:
was soon me. claim the
Northern of that
buyers sumac
began eating them but finding the
When tho waist clear ul ,
was sufficiently in England and and
The of lingered ia
could hear art
entered I cutting on
Captain room. gems
i gatherer dishonestly
material gritty it out. Out of 860 carelessly or
to enable the to walk there spat
water mea assured that there i
why .
are no reason
after the fall of the
if it afar off his Constantinople empire
indistinctly as were with the packed leave sticks stones and
of this
had discovered grains sweetmeat there were subsequently ,
hey body entangled not thrive here. The
my theYlhould
practical few stones cut In Western
footstep on the deck. Then tho stew but were other trash. This, and
in lying ia the lee At extracted 610 grains of arseniou extinction of the buffalo has left the Itvery wrong '
ropes scupper.
used hIs seal 5
ard came in. I heard them consulting Europe. Charlemagne as does
Dot benefit the pickers
oxide. In another instance two children as, buyer
together and both came to the conclusion first they thought my corpse had been died after plains without any big game of impor- an antique gem with the Lead of JupiteiSerspis always remove such! troth before weigh
washed :aboard again,u has been several eating sweetmeats calmly anceand declare .
that I was dead; that my neck was:! them : experienced sportsmen | Pepin Ie Bref one with a Bacchus lag, and deduct from the price of the
given who had
by a woman
times done but oa lifting mo they quarreled that the a.
up hunting kangaroo practiced
broken by the fall.i on It. In 1B55, however Giovanni leaves the cost of the trash and
with their removing
aw unmistakable signs of life, and with parents. A post-mortem in Australia is second in excitement and Bernardl cut stones for
"Tell Sails to come in and take his so beautifully Tht Carolinaexperiment
freight North
revealed the on same.
of 100
great awe and wonder carried: me Into presence grains or ar- In interest only to killing the buffalo.
measure. We must bury him while tho senious Lorenzo dt Medici that ho was called will the '
the cabin. As to comatose sleep, the oxide in the stomach of ono of Tht scheme Is not without commercial lttOo Investigate
fine weather lasts,"I heard the Captain the children. Perhaps the most remark Giovanni dello Carniole and a contemporary advisability cultivating sumac and the
Captain said he had never seen anything Kangaroo leather is a
and presently the sailmaker came in niportance. very of his was named Doroenico del value
stay, able of recorded cues of this sort however of leave from the cultivated plants.Manufacturers .
more like death. He had doubted: the valuable product *and the animals breed
and measured me for the lost: hammock I Komei. The Picklers Tyrolese artists
that give the direction
in which
was five of the inmates

most skillful doctors could have discovered folo..log
The to be
in. I could not feel rapidly. promoters hope settled in Rome In the eighteenth century I
should ever sleep of i for leave: ,
a maybe
life in lIe confident hospital Bombay were curi. t.
any me. was to introduce the new at Le
his motions what he privileged game cut that they had to
him,but I knew by suffering from irritant poisoning. An gems so perfectly gathered any timo from to
neck had been broken. -Alia CM he of the warn season In the I 1UDOO
my beginning
was doing. I will not describe how they examination showed that some sweetmeats sign them to prevent their passing as October lit, or until the( {leae turt red
fvrnian.Biz Yellowstone Park and so insure them
laid me out on the cabin table end left they had eaten contained arsenioua veritable sntlquos.-Blackaoala J//JQa- -red leave are worthless. The best

'm* there, while Soils, close by, made my Tip for ruilroal Porters. oxide: to the extent of twelve grains perounce for a immunity few years from Government senseless sportsmen protectionsad Jill,'. )leaves are those gathered la Juno and s

shroud. Stitch stitch, such, went his and July. As soon a* the
some tamarind about fifty picked spread
The biggest railway official in the .Helena (Montana) I1Vl pend"t.
needle, seeming to enter my brain every grain per pound some of the fragments A Tery Intellljent Catflri. 'eareail tbe.W for one or two hour,
that I know of told the other
time instead of the thick canvas, I can country mo of arsenious oxido In thIs cue being. A very Intelligent catfish resides la then remove t a tight covered shed

distinctly remember that while I lay night that "the porters of special can large a* small beans. Inquiry revealed The Myriad Ways of latin:?. Lake Keuka, near Haaunondsport. Last and spi ead rl shelves or table

there the steward tried to close: my eve- i pick: up big money. Whenever a special the fact that these of death Did watch tho year the water ia the lake was high, this and stir frequently
Is used the best porter,who Is handy messenger you ever myriad waysof t prneaHhe1Ae
lids, but, thank God, they flew up every car to it. This and had been administered in the most mat eating There is the aggressive eater, year It Is very low. Catfish always hatch from beating and tl bll.

time and left me the poor consolation of Is assigned receive handsome man expects ter-of-fact way by a leper who wanted to who bites his bread at though he owed their young In a hollow which they find tb hands .a suck taming
feeing the preparations for my death. I usually who travel in special gratuity.afford get another leper out of the way, so that 1& a grudge, and drink his coffee with or scoop out. The catlih la question Iuves..aeverusjizroi. The greener
Those can can
.A.tJaJt all wu finished. Th. canvas he hatched her's la a large hollow ia the the dried are tho higher will
i- to be liberal to the one who for the might marry his wife; and a* no plan eye that fairly glare over the brim of. his lena b
was spread on the deck and I was laid in becomes valet occurred to him of isolating his victim, cup with unappeasable wrath. The timid submerged stump of a tree. The water the price they will br The Iea'l

it. Then the sailmaker began to stitch time being and a ,When or personal President i he had coolly to poison the wholo group. eater, who nips his food apologetically left the stump six Inches high and dry will not be,dry, pack until.th

me pp. He hs
face, when I beard him flY ha: had lost Grant went anywhere$50. porter lit f. London the Biggest Seaport. salt from sugar; the hungry fact one morning. There wa plenty of Dried sumac sell fro eighl-4'} cat

his k !. A 'rigid search! wo* made the special whether car always the got time never There is a widely prevalent idea that eater who cats as men have championeda water la the hollow of the stump, but of tol per 100 (-'t" ayl<
less wo a day or J'
everywhere but it could not be found, gave count she didn't want to be imprisoned .
and It Liverpool a greater port than London lost cause. I never watch a company ln.
week never was ;
so 6ila returned to work, and all that a $50 bill.gave President more. Arthui I In fact, that London Is not much of a of eaten but I feel that the line of demarkatloa with her large family After contemplating 'T
invariably a Keep 'veil Alr. .
time I-rs in dull what I the situation for time
my way some over
human and '
The returns of between the family
two $20 port tonnage,
fools they were for not looking into my always gave the porter He also note, 01 < however, shows that London is much he brute creation grows very faint and the edge of t.beltump. she made up her Nothing ia more dfoagreeable than the
, shroud for the lost knife. AI. afterward two $30 gold pieces. official wo president I the liveliest port in the world. The report dim aa !U approaches this common centre. mind. Bht took a portion other family musty odor of boots' IfouMtwive* am

l learned it was next day at noon that to other minor used railway f for last year gives London a ton- I[ have often wondered if the race a* It ia her mouth and leaped clear out of the ofl.1 puzzled t kit4 where the odor

r I was carried oa deck and laid ens .Uaye the a special$5.car prettyoften When I cage of 12,941,801, while Liverpool advance*, will not one day escape the stump Into the lake. She sprang neatly come from, notstopplojf to thin*;
s, plank preparatory to being shot over traveled tipped porter the cornea along with 10,203.752. New bondage of the appetite. Relief can back Into tht hollow. She did this twice that tho books requireilry afe constantly.Tht .

", board. The men one by one took; a look Garfield special porter gote2.S' York with total of 0,318,479 looks only come through methods of simpliflcatkin. and then modified liar piss She dropped musty odor ofFto beck.cu bt-

. at my face and then it was covered up bale Stal'.8all very small even beside the little town of When science shall condense a her family into the lake} over the od#. of taken u decay lth volumes. Lattice

forever The burial service was read by Cardiff, whose tonnage 8,070,233.. whole beef into a lozenge and the nutrUtttct the stamp half a dozen at a tima. When wlta' 1jbt.tu4 are this

:the Captain, there was little delay, sad )tan. irreverent trifling man, should of a week's baking into a peal they were all out she sprang after them but device .Nl Furl'

then the plank WAS tilted and I shot into abstain from sneers at womankind till b* 6t Petersburg, Russia, 1s we shall los much of our present kin and they went away into deep water, '' ) : ,

the bitter cold water oft the Diego Ram bas learned to bold a pUte of Ice cream capital Europe la which. the populate ship with the brutes that yul b.-G Joyfully; twisting; their toils. A fisherman A clock owned, LOB ofCokucYJs
been the shock that his without iA.-ZltrW. witnessed of tUi.. by Yin ,
irez. It most have on Up toeing b steadily diminishing. UtnLl. the whole -JftitV. .i
N. Y -k
saga .
taought to* to mj teases, for, as I sank. OatAU furls 8u. t JfT


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A r e.' t '' ." j' > 1> ., --" .. ----- -,--- -- ,- -- -- ..-- -- fare made tmptn; tll+ One good Fort Pierce.i

----" '- 'Jlf.' : >liron -,- fort-- !- .constructing- their Railwaythereon. D lsrl'l I o'r :STEWS. toll fcWy and a hAlt house the 18 up grvi.ad, andmn.ber ,\nd, -

on tliF0nt
-f THE EAST \I And did they object to i ** several other will bee tsPeeiejto .Mr/l'alt

Mr. Coleman deeding all the land I by r o a time tM issue to out, FIERCE, Oct. tad

A wermv IOtR1 ': defeat lighter 3n A without reservation td Mr. Young, Mims. wt nd ocenrie itumbet half ,oi so awl n\ [Get your job printing done att

OPBIETT Or but was' somewhat as- the Uncle of Captain Brock, 4promin lor good A Everything
Banrmaalimes VQCATE. now.j
LA KB the whitewash diver another party.
nt"otl1rer 01 the Companywho boat house for
(16 to 0),' H, was here at the- time. And (Job work done at the ofJroce of tWi ,'guavas, steaw+herries, pineapples' ThIngs are beginning to loj

Office: \ on this fickle pre not the question of changingthe paper.] Irtfl-and sweet potatoes, and the whole' gloomy for the farmers hem- -e/,-
Indian informs us he had in was last JTcrMaT, 'With' have been plsnted: complaining of too much rain.
location to EAU Gallie. kept Onr .(foool opened gamut of vegetables .
a trip down that wni, close secret until a decisionwaa nn otttndanee. of 18 1'111,11.rltll' 3I1Harrcll wid are growing fhrtl* We (U> Dot he. The crowd of Indians who nft|

up Jiis fence, but R reachedTm the matter laid before > re-charge. Beve hat ever before nn the river, bare ing back of the panning ,c.:,

him that it would be onr business men when the difficulty Mr.'W. B. Biittofl U having his 1\111\ an jual number of settlements beer killed a very large bear over on u

Entered at the TT' ; that lie (the dore.1 I' of scouring location here cleared up, preparatory to jJ.intlng It made with such substantial Improve to-day. It weighed upward of 4

) would take.care arose-if it ever did arise? and In orange trees. nuaits, as these will haw within thirty.' I and managed to disable two of tin

TKRMS, In as well as our drug I was Or is the contract made with OUT farmer are busy at work ml.ldnghay : days Fee & Ncsbitfa fleet little steam.cr before it was dispatched.:

Hi Check Postal present Oh i for Gov. Glenson Irrevocable. Are theimprovements but their work Is somewhat retarded ,.Elinor make trips twice n week, at( Meossrs Ben and Will Shlcppjl 1
hav andmaking
of this kind to land,
Io being made at Eau the Iiequent showers least to the new prcmi-ed inlet Sunday, on the "Mary B.,
One Tear,... ..... care" of an ,impor which by In a 'little over Loan
Gallic we inspected personally the run
SIX Month....... when one riioulc Miss AIXe'Martin, of "}lertHt, wit : Iwr Monday's: trip for Lake Worth.
.... a few dais ego-made solely of City Point, from elbournc. 011 crowd of
'J'hreeIonth. dissolve him ut MlHA K. Hamilton and Quite a merry-make,
Single Copy......: for the recepfion of a dry dock? viHltSajr-fileiuU here last week.Dtr. she took ft load of pumps, points here Saturday for Guilbert'gfarSThey '
Bent to any A tdr: ) Dixon contingent were Is nothing tins] contemplated by for several Itri'e"eUs, etc. Each
Melbourne. Sn.n.tcJ'l our conWty attarsey,5pakl pipe of a returned Sunday p. m., and,
Janl", quarter
matter one
the ship
the Companies having, settler 1m taken: a
Listneck.. He was ed having)had a jolly time.
Editor,..., ......... in charge. If there is one thingwe : a-c-noml milo rent and running back, so
to the East Coast! do know nisything about it island looking quite Jubilant over his : homes will be only a quarter of a mile We understand that the Cannh; ,
Aesoclate- Company. transactions in this county, nation. f apart All calculate to ge Into the pineapple are doing an extensive business h

and we think we could have ecur- Oar boys and the LaGrnnftolwjs ma.toup culture extensively- coos this week; everyone prcpari'

nnlnlnn W. dn of not our hold of Joseph Paxton od the necessary land in a few minutes a b.isc.1/aH nine, and had friendly)' the mas/juerade ball to be hclil,

the right to reject Of the East Coast ; and would have don so prataitously jontest wilt the Titusvilleune last Gallie. new store building, Fridajf night
'. Company meets if our services had been : Saturday, and as predicted, the icnnntry Eau, Mr. W: W. Beecher has pure],,
tenlelnly on
'xhouM, In every c approval along the required. If the Company really boys came off *tctorloun.Mr. Kentucky thoroughbred, reported s

writer's publication" name,but and M head of the! new steam' wanted land here! to place their W. W. Italian: !, of the RteWB, fet. (Tho AnvocATB oflice 3s fully equipped very fast; who will challenge Ida

has been a resident of dock, they took a peculiar way of Lnrte, Is having: \ qnlte a' clearing maden for doing allklndsof jobwoik. Give race 1The

$ for nearly twenty making that fact known to our Irta forty acre tract cast of here. We, us a trial.] trade boat,, "Robinson Cn

of the largest ship business men until after the"irre- understand it U lila intention to plant it ERn Game's prospects were never as Captain Gardner (of,bee( steak '

.. indcntifled rocable" contract was executed.We trees M soon ns the Jaad citnw
One Inch thoroughly In orange bright as at present. arrived here Sunday night leaving
Two Inch,... / section. There is no repeat, as we have several times
Artesian )Iae. U at Malabv: : where he day at noon, with a new load.
.. the
Three Inch official conduct will be observed before, we hope *
... ; Capt Bravo ban just romi,1etcll1.1mt. for wuUt., admires the
contracts cocoant
:four Inch and location decided ujxra, will prove n northf ins: several Everyone
but energetic "mile
Fin Inch or ng out his ten aero grove to have trees that arc growing
wise selection. We will not deny It Is rumored that we are the mango
Half Column ; with the hearty support } here. It Is a rich body of himraock.iy : !
Watson the indefatigable at Eau Gallic next in tho yard In front Mr. Tyler'siome
whole .. has received in that Captain out 1.1" grove' lie I III layinghe more weddings'
For Ali Month, ,voluntary pledges of protector of Titusville's interests foundation for a competency In the : ilonth. : residence.
and add 10 per did his best to locate looks well and
will ,
his company by rent future. Planting an orange groves The Hogg to Gilbert's Bar SIn
four For and Three add!\:20 success finnnclalle the dock here. We only defend our away ahead of any life policy.Melbourne. iI i heir orange: trees con,nre favorably \ Trip

local with much'more ease business men from the charge of I \ith any in the settlement.Mr. -

Each Insertion. than would have been driving it away, 6r being negligent P. A. McMillan line the contractor [Special'to the ADVOCATE.A .
raid Heading in having it retained. here. The .
composed for Mr. J. T.
a company sinking an aiteslan well jolly Crowd of merry-maker
columns, Five Titusville receives
non-resident stock hold- special favors itewait, of Tropic. Tyler's dock Saturday 2:}0, for
1eLegal Aelvertl I proposed to make the ver down river points in the mater [Our job outfit Is complete and new. the ;o Gilbert's Bar Station, on theca:
finished driving
All the-above when Its organization ;: of rates which go so far toward The VOCATK office will be glad to re- The pile driver hall 'Goose," with a box of provlsioa'
week. making this point a wholesale cen- piles for the new wharf of the L K. S. B. 1\ keg of water: for refreshment; .
Bills collected __ dive a share of your patronage.] at work saw flush the music keeping ti
ter-if such'rates are in any degree Co., and a force men are boxt :
Chock,etc., may ; of the The delightful weather still continues. off the posts. he; merry,chatter aboard.. Our
Finances. lue to the kind offices' genlial ng out
& Walton. unstated of eleven, leaving tvlz
steamboat manager-are sufficient What splendid nights for sleep are Capt. J. O. Walton Is dealing the wa- \ : Mr. and Mrs. Olmstead, Mia

of tht' evidence of his deep inters 8t IIBKC. er-flag away from his property, which lair, Mrs. Dora Tubbs ah
Address all I. condition is excel. in the welfare of Titusville. Tht' Master Will Scott, we hear, has: secured ,dds greatly to his view, as well as to laughter, Vci, and her cat, Tip
to-day rank Everett Mr, Len o.1'ltop.jCarlton i
I. the strictest economy monopoly built their dry dock when a lot of Mr. Bunch. the, appearance of his place. Mr. Reuben( Carlton and jJ

management the pre' they got ready and placed it *'ht're Miss Susie ,John! !!on WIa piutscng Mr. Fred Barth, of Cocoa, was pa'lng Perry. On their-arrival at Eden j

r. O.not,m. has reduced the it suited' their interests Their ter. 0111\lt Ciidiy's boat bound north.Master some of_his lends a visit last wcvFred's found a nice, warm supper, picpin-1,
mine! 'will be found always just about Eau G'LtliO'S Mrs Len Gardner, of the yacht: 'E,
which confror Frank W. Iclner Is acting as prediction CruKoo. After partaking W
A. son
DLIndian it to
forces_ cause
where the same
p. years ago, to almost the citizens of its clerk In the store of )[('shrll. Fee & XCII- coming to the front in proving true. they proceeded on their way, nrrlv'

River The money to be dt'rIvj gravitate, be pre- Wtt. Mr. Chas: Taylor has raised some of the station at 11:0'10 p, m: The f
sent location ever BO servile. v keeper Mr. aroused, and c
Accepted for next year will for .a.hll. the finest egg plants we hate ever seen BeRSeYt
Lumber Is on the ground an ing lowed by a mOOD
On the FRIDAY than $900. Last year It In this vicinity, :Mr. T. has chargeMr. of
tlon to the house of Mr. b. F. Ciiblis. It stroll on the beach and retiring at
at : m.,
,Alan I'M River p. $100. The 8a. Town Fire Protection. will bo built at once. John Aspinwall'g place, and under m. In the morning they were awat
ville. about $800 into the his management everything looks well. by the most delightful musio prow
With Mr. Ed. Morgan has the lumber for a from the aforesaid music box. and!
, Visiting ury on Oct. 1st. .Mr. John J. D.ily and Miss Jessie Brsett hand. bwaV
house the lot recently purehas cd by a master After
to attend.
011' fire at Cocoa 'u
indebtedness to pay Tha disastrous '
Beach.Time were married op the 20th, at tJle a dip in old ocean another stroll ot
S. B
Mr. J.
during the coming few weeks ago has caused our cit. home of the bride by the Rev. Fatber beach, enjoying those ,rocks'lJut o
double that of the past izens to'n git ate the question our city fathers wm' some method of lire protection for held at the residence of Mrs W. J. XCII- party returned ,well satisfied with i

ition to make many bad. Titusville.The .. bite, last Fkld.iy. prosperity hip and arc making plans for an
In the future. One of'tho ::
We are pleased to see our cnterprinlr near gix
improvements, which incorporators of the Elt'ctricLight All the ladies: of this place are cOI'dlal- feature of the trip was the: beau
J'J. citizen Win Treutler with us once
been deferred this long Company are considering ttfeasabtlity ly invited to attend the Friday afternoon Mr songs rendered by Mr. J. F, Olmsten
of lack of funds. No of providing pomethir meetings of the Ladies' Guild. more. :Mr. T. has helped greatly in the KKU.IE Bi
advancement of Eau Gallic, and,we hear ,
with the
their in this line in connection
necessity, Vice President Mason Young, of tbe iiew .
several wl.lcbwill rTown ---
projects cnteipilscs,
will object to a libt'ral light plant J., T. & I\. W., Snpcrintendent W.lts..n.
benefit town. 6th IB
to erect a bang e greatly our Election Oct. ,
public funds if 'pent It was proponed and Mr. L. C. Oliver enjoyed a trip on
the town. Few pt'O. tank at .en elevation of forty or fif.: the SU Augustine, Saturday lust. Capt. Bennett is at work on his new TIlE Town Registration books wi

to paying taxes if they ty feet somewhere near the business boat house, and will bo ready, shortly, until ten daj's before the
Master Howell Smith speared a crevxle mal election I.e., rein lu tant. These em'
( that the money is pro] centre, with a capacity of 50,00 also for contracts for nIl kinds of boat build to reclstnitli,or who have been In the 8u
on Monday, weighing 121 pounds and lu the cnr\>
norMa twelve
and to a six inch wato r Tho captain hall mode hili
if run building.
and see :
they can gallons, mullet weighing 4 lbs and 10 oz. milts of the town fix months, are enlltltequation
a ,
Street lights, the main from a point near I). L. Gau). place look wry attractive with diffcren by our Tuna Clerk,
be walling
The youngsters can seen daily, .
ponds the improve din's residence to Duron's mea kinds of fruit and ornamental trees.Mr -
up and down the wharf, IIlearlngflsh.
river front anl1l"Xten. market, with hydrants at suitable John J. Daly has bought land l'lol'hhHotel, Red Book a,

city wharf are of sue distances and a sufficient supply of from Mr. Win. Roesch, and will start to State Guide.
hose and hose reel to be kept at Citizens of Palatka, we'see are coigratul.itlng -
that every tax pal a building right away Mi', Daly U con- The most complete, thoroughlandsomely
themselves that in the tb1'eat.ened
s approve 1liberal the bulding of the Electric Ligh nictedwltuthel. R. S. B. Co., and as gotten up publication

by the Council, in each Company.It war between the Plant system and Eau Gallie is their permanent beadijuatttrs Attempted for the State.
WILK CALL, the lesson just is proposed that the first COP the J., T, K. W, Ry., they will be bet. This work is now being compiled, :
possible, now he will remain Ith
us :
lcrma.nently. Is the line publicat:
out of of
'--- disaster shoul of this outfit might lIe raised by fitted.. how will it affect us? Will I It stated entirely heretofore and claiming to
OCR the bugineei' liasten the extension of the J., T. A hiv .
long- of, and sow subscription among :ruidcs. The bulk of matter never i
at last for fire protectloi men of Titusville, and that th >. ., or give us an outlet by the I'lantIIYlltem. Narrows. ishcd before. 800 pages, conveo

of the town might assume the duty of via Klssimmee or Orlando ize, small clear type, Morocco bind|

our readers keeping it in repair, We have no }Ir. and Mrs. E. C. Thomas have bee: ublishcd annually, and the only awing <
Dock Again. j,> complete list of hotels line
more matter doubt that by a little discussioi spending several days at Mr. J. II. Phil [The ADVOCATE office""lthltll entirely; ravel, postotHccs, industries, coon

In former some means of fire protection of i amore 11'11. beach cottage, at East }Melbourne new outfit is now prcpiircd to do aU] ind officers, State: officers and COIState \!

adopted our to the location of the or "less effective kind might }tlr.Thomas fiecnml his first rattler there, duals, of job woik.] military divisjona, Companies uifflc'ers

or at leat again, our neighbor the be devised, and it behoves our merchants a big fellow with 11 rattles. They bar churches,.societies, schools r!
Merssra, Sander and Stew ai t were cal Institutions of every kind. Ready'lelivery
space again ; occasion. to correc to take early action. W eturned to their home in Melbourne, amm era here last week. October 1, 1800. Orders recai

'eion. made in our issue of may wake up any morning and October 15th: Mr. Thomas takes "hili Low Trice by mail. Mo post paid
have deferred the mattei )Ir. L. B. Daw son has returned froni Address "Hotel Red Book and St
the 12th when we sail ind we dace In Mr. Branch's store as partner ,
TUG long. trip to the county seat. lull box 262, St. Augustine.FU
of enterprise attri ust one day too We wish him perfect success in his nev

informed<1. business men in the We would also remind our eiti nterpiise Merssrs R. C. Creech and C. Corbet

county ticket wholly without founda Lena: and the Town Council that Capt. Jacob Wilder who is well known ailed here last week. Proclamation
effort to
we have great res. wo years ago, when our finance*8 on> the river as an enthusiastic: yachts C. II. Tefft &: Co are preparing to Il nt8e'er.I1 ; Dv( THE MAYOR OF TIIE.TOWX 0FTmVILLE
After voting the Edits were in an almost hopeless condi. STATE or FLOBIBA.TOTICE .
of ,
'opinion man, offers a prize of a silver yacht, val- acres vegetables

maries to the and journal and did ion, the Titusville came forward Volunteer and Firedepartment ten icd at $150, to be sailed for by the Chee Mr. Frank Forster, is at present it \.\ Dual election is hereby of given the otiteer that the of r

method we its name or that ot nun: 1.11'11laJc!, Arrow, etc., orany Chicago: but Is soon to return to his 1'1Lt'e town of Titusville will be held at I
know paper in our comment, tiered the funds they had accumu- three of them over the Turkey creel at Orchid court house on the 27th day of Ocwlr

by let the unjust accus ated by subscription and by beneIt coune. on F by. 2nd., '91, A call foi Mr. I* B. Dawson Is preparing tololnt .\. I). 1800 the same being the four.
expect to is reiterated against entertainments to the City Fath- )tonday in the month, to elect one \II.or
a meeting of the Turkey Creek Regatta extensive
quite an garden, and is waking W
meagre vote. unnoticed ers in their dire necessity, on the one marshal and collector
there are men pass iSMK-lation has been issued, to be held Gem Isle blossom like a me.Mr. no'clerk and treasurer, and onoor
condition that the town might useit
personal reflection up. at C. J, Hector hotel to h
earth Captain on Sat and Mrs. of taxes the foregoing officers
Montgomery and
interest BOB .
we could present without security or ,, !rday Oct. nth, at 2 p. m., to take steps .Ibert flee for the term of one year eaih; a.also
our .. were our business ""ith i the understanding that when to good of Sanford with a merry party to elect three aldermen to hold>4for
secure a
in enterprise? Is it etter times dawned on our community ,as..ed up the river last Week. two years next succeeding their et

Fort when Mr. Coleman the money should be re- The St. Augustine very popular, and Mr. and Mrs. Maj'nard and Mr. Sander
on.By t
i il!
direction of the Town Count
apt. Buie keep her In excellent condition -
urned with whatever M ditonalamount 11011 and family visited Narrows '
I Company were recently, uehtleu of whether the runniii..: .u'1'
fit to anti brings her to her landing to on their return from the tower river. ''
Joel Swain i in reglr.to Saml they might see appro- of t hoi-Mi and mules at night .6!' >!

'Fort Dram the business men of Ti- riate for this worthy ('&U..I". a minute ahuO ot. "What time We are, pleased to welcome }II'. Torirt prohibited in said town shall be anuin
,,ill we arrive at Hotkledge Captain?" and tcd to the notice us I1
the "skin; of them the Kditoret A brighter day has arrived and family to Narrow and hope people, and .
better" \t2 SO, Jr." And 2:50 it is exactly they will remain with us permanently. giyen that said cjuesyon shall be d.IJ.at
ADVO- it t: seems to us no season
bow or other "Star" and the of I''t'
t : said ekction. Those in favor
WC! arC not so familiar with the lower It 1.1 rumored that Dr. Sill ha sold his
ing of in a few hours all the (ould lot found present to boat. but know that she is hontt1lt to a cushy of thirty negroes suiting the running at large of Iwand *
ten, "All's Coleman asked tasatU- return the money so kindly loaned equally nd that they will arrive in the naV fu: mules at night shall vote "For F
hundred centmerest ronipt in her appearance, while the long l biting honea"and mules runflin?
turns out ? Did they not at \ 5th fifty or one per ture. ,.
tperiencetuf Capt. Bravo U a guantee large at night" Those opposed to F
battle made and that the reorganiza.on Jeff. West baa been '
was request / quite busy shall"
every shoulde that his boat will be found in first class rattlesnakes the biting such running at large,
of the fire department pant week ha\i
VTooton was !' the matter Was it ng igainst prohibiting horse and DID
the Rail. encouraged.A onler. and her passenger meet with killed two large ones, one in via tent andother from iiiphen
Titiuville theirs that the running at large at nights.
courteous In hU clearing, the latter hayIng JIogera
reel of hose attention. and
and Henry
ed tip.AVhen proceeded to build engine a twelve rattle Geiger Egger,
the ,,ould be for the protec- The Banana boom are hereby appointed iudj{e>
we heard Without procuring necessary n are haul at work. All are interested In gadening and aaid rh
up ana J. T. Sanaeriereof.
bruin, ready for them thus tlon of the resident portion of town oBisstwul have been taken up continuity to' date things look very promising the PolU to be open from 6 t *'

And learned how" ; negligence only equal- even though the plan proposed forthe for about five miles, taking aboutI Jly showers keeping them in good Con. tot p. m. Given under my hand fwa1

How How'reech StAlwart was fur ; failure to secure a protection of the business cen.tre I the had from tine nmtth of the Ba.DUa diti..n."Weh Justice look fine Gray and has 1.000 tonuWea this 24th day of September, A.-
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ISVILLE., FLA. .... F. BUDGK: ] J; Tittlsville: :Fla. .,:
5*, Manager, fl

_ a kak a aM B i a M H a B pHHHMRIVER The Ilonson Why Some l>o not all the witnesses, to Tttusville at the ment of county court has been given a men who owned the land for which the I

Subscribe. expense of,lie county. If the accused fair trial', and has proved a useless eX search was made, Is no affair or bu!..inefsof Nauman'sNewspaper "r
STEAMBOAT CO. ours Wo worked for tho bank, ntid
bail ho hold the 1'eURto the tat of tho ,
cannot give is in jail : : payers eounty. tint institution If we know its ofliceni

'f" & AWItVAl- OF 8TBAMEKS. To Messrs. Graham it Walton, hero until the county court sits. It the Would It not IKJ wise for our people t6 and we believe Mr. Wooten I!*one of them .

i leave Tltus>ille dally, except. county court were to be abolished, the !ask tho coming legislature to relieve us -arc not the men to bo 111111,111'11111on\
In of EMT
GKXTI.EMEX am receipt t t'l'ltN
5:30: a. m arriving at Melbournef justice of the peace at Fort Pierce could of It? by anybody.We \ Subscription Agency *
COAST ADVOCATE. I would like much to
._$Returning leave Melbourne at : try the case and settle it rights on the 1 > HK" OFO.: M. Ronniss.T 1\1'\0.11\ Slew of.the public necessity .a
j ring, at Titusville about 00lVednoNdaq become at on'ce a cash subscriber but the ground and at a eight cost. It Is to be -.,. of having reliable *eim'lies made, put \dt
..; severe drouth of last: spring: and winter, observed that the testimony which the rates down for abstract-making/ ns 1'IONHKR \Cf.
Celbonrne Mondays, withered my crop, to such an extent very he Public. low m Im"lIlbllWo don't l'X1''t'to ---- ,1 '
tho hears to bind thu accused egtFur
ys at 1 p. arvhlng; at Jupf- -N ...... realise any profit from tho business at terms millionsC11AS. ,
that I made nothing rather did not I Rn'l'snmplo copter
; would enable him to ... ,
f m. 2'Iext1omih Kctnrnlrip over, pronounce present, It ought, however, to pay ex. t. '
Iter Tuesdays, Thursdays and make an}Uiing. Add to this the ,recent judgement (with the aid of. a jury) a1\l1 The tln-mrd Ali.linrt of TIM CompanyHav pcnxes. It never has done so; \\o have It. NAVMANTm-5Vli.tKP.!,, 0., l

"At 12 noon, arriving at ilel7 burning of my dwelling with their -contents settle tho cost at once.. MimrMilnff to Say' to the Public. never yet realized a dollar from this Uroard county;;Fla."' ., 1
a. hi. next morning and latterly, acrtous illness: with" branch of our business, and the expenses : .
',tA1c\e leaves Tittu vile about In civil cases suitors would be served thus have exceeded tho income tj.:1. Sanders "
its atten.lant expense, !.:,a deplete my To fir E.,.' funs Adrocalrt 'tll1'\\bundled dollars Wo "have Co. '.
tay mornings calling nt Rock- well by the justice of the by sev ,
cash until there is but little left. You quite as peace, ifXow
_ 1 Melbourne on the brut run know that "hog and hominy" wo must in to the present Hint the and continued to furnish ahKtrnl'tllllCf'nUlIl'
cases up $100, as by es prlmaiICR are over, tho people could not Ret them elsewhere,
r;on her return trip, Saturdays, have. I don't despair of c"crhaving the question "f tho county clerkship Is
tablishment. In fact the court cffotts DS'NOTIONS
county and because wo IWl'ellllomc our -
t'jI ne* light through to Tifcwllle,, casts n.taln.1I're:; there la a "will to vhtnsllysettled, the Brcvard Abstractof diy DRY GO :
about robs tho Justice of a largo part of the would bo appreciated, and because r
lji ere 7 a. m. Sundty: : do" tint "WilY" sooner or later opens up.I Title Company may bo pardoned for tho books valuable and It to ,
; Vf. B. WATS. Jsupt.tfrt wish In against fees and emoluments of his time' honor few words arc pays '
1' you success your fight saving a about their methodsof keep the books up for our own private C150CKKUY, .:,
monopoly I am with Y01O.ct'f time on ed ollu-e. doing business, without being suspect- use. Wo make abstracts for tho public SADDLERY, 4
that. line. Permit me to say that if you cd with having:: any 'political Interest at Is ordered ,
Incidentally and ono -
Rrpubtlmn C.uiny EXPCIIamlttce continue to send the Ai>votATK: it must The convenience of trying such cases' stake which they wish to piomotc. considering,It to boa duty wo owe to the STATIONERY: ".,'1

Melbourne, llrerd bo with understanding that I will involving small sums, light where This \tement Is made because comparatively public, we lay aside whatever other mat. FAMII.YElHCINES. '

County Florl \ of vegetables, which I think will ever ordered an abstract, and because abstract It the and often cuoici: ciuocmtinsHAY -
giving preference
lost ,
--- be'About the that of Iu umber. I have them to Tltusville, Is not to be sigh ,
many who have oidertnl one have never get a fee of less than live dollars, I
IMELIIOVRXE Oct. 50th 1800. now about 2000 tomatoc plants from 1\( to of. Take, as an illustration, acollcctio set1lllt but CORN, MAPES' FERTILIZERS,
havcslmplypald the charges, while the work we lay nsldels very urgent '
10 Inches high and. gr ol,iwg llnelv. My of $(K>, when the defendant lives lit Fort and what they paid for has Into nnd would live times as much. FINE, PATENT: FLOtm.
Convention IK gone << pay
;"epublioan meet at Melbourne County Oft. Ijth. spring much crop will come on biter. Wishingyou Pieice. The sheriff's fees and mileage the hands of the money lender or pur- lYe do nut care to make abstracts! nt oocon, ]C'acarid.u.HODGSON. : 1:
in ,
success financially
your .
i in., at Stewart.*.Hall, to nom- enterprise for making service will be, for 200 mile chaser who required It, without ever pur advertised rates; and wo would consider -
passing, through tho owner's hands for It fortunate If0 could close our
hdidates for county; olhcers, oneymAn I am your truly, (down and back) at lOc, $20; service, .
to ro-organlzo the County Inspection.The books to tho publto and they could oli- BROS-
Ive Committee, and take such copy, return, etc., 7e.: If a witness has concern referred to has been: badly tain them elsewhere We hope no ono .

I the Convention may think prop- to attend court, his mileage and per diem slandered by many pt tho best people In will ask for our services In future, unless
lUlU lell will bo held in emit pro- The County Court Criticised.To must bo added.! These Hems, with other tho county, honestly, because they had: they are willing to pay our fees. Wo

tober 11th. Each precinct will, costs, may very ,well equal the claim. no means of knowing what an abstract have hover attempter to extort unreasonable General Merchants
fccd the follow Ing.number of del-, was, and because tho many reports of charges from anyone for nny ,
f, thf Kilitof oftlie .-lino..nth: That ill, it would cost $r10 to collect $(\K), an absurd character that canto to their class ol work, at any time since our lo

|"a6range; .'.. ..._ . .!U lJE.\1I 811I-\ 'luQAl;ion which has been besides the lawjer's fees With ,the cats were from the lips of men whoso veracity cl\tlonln this county, ami wo challenge Eau Gal lie, ITla.,, r?

cklodgo .. .. .... .:5lalabar. I often asked since Bievard. joined tile column county court out of tho way, the J. Pat ought; not to be lightly questioned. anyone to disprove this ashoitloit by citing .
. ., .. ..t..2 Fort Pierce would have jurisdiction, In regard to tho charges: wo would a single case to tho contrary. What INDIAN RIVER, FLA.A
of "wet" connttcs In
lien. . .. .. .1 "What is state that no one can bo excused for believing our charges for making:: abstracts In the
peolovcr. ... ... .. .,.1rt the use of keeping up an expensive and the costs would hardly exceed .10( the exaggerated stotles In regard future may be, will depend oh whetherthe Uroeeites, Fancy Fruits, Choice Tea,

Drum. ...p.. .1 county court with nothing for It to to 415. It is useless to talk of Incre'lIIlngtho to exhorbltaut charges extorted from tho public see tit to appreciate our olTol.tMoIt Coffees, Spices, Food PioducU, elo, .

ktusvljlei .. ... .. ,0as do?" It will IxMemetnbcred that the usefulness of the court by giving I It people for nrtklng/ abstracts The charges Is possible that wo may close\ our DRY GOOD '
i Gaulle..3. equity jurisdiction to $300. Th were advertised for tho past three books to the public, mid refuse to make
court -
. . movement to establish a to enforce up searches for a lower too than the same
baatl n. . : .1 yeas every week, In tho "Mar,," so that
law with the Constitution forbids this. work Steam or Sail Boat for Charter by the
the liquor originated prohibitionists every one In need of our services might; class of can procured from other .

enrgiana. ... . .. .1 and took the shape of a petition Another defect which has set the bar know exactly what the work would cost. law firms located hero.. Day, Week or Month

Jity Point ... .. .1 to the Legtrflttuie; to establish a"Criminal We could not change more than the advertisid If our statement In regard to tho
of the
tho Is the
lefhoame. . . .. ,4 county against court rateR, or If YO had been Inelfnedto 'leech, Clement, Whltlouk or Resins tJ' W. R.ogCrs' 1
Bt.Lucie.fenttts. ... .... . 2 Court .. ... . .....1 If I rember, right: took a. prominentpart I tlclng attorney, It sometimes locomollnece811ary been able to collect them. Let us present who was connected with the .mut DEALER IN' CLOTHING,

an tveral. -.,:: . ,. .1 and the petition was largely: signed. to sue his own clients in his a few Instances of tho absurd stories tore referred to, to refute or disproveour Gents Goods Shoes Hat

CrOODE, About this lime pe.pl" began to count own court. Take, for example a suit which have been clirulated, and prove Assertion. In future wo shall not attempt Furnishing ,
;p the how groundless they were to explain our position. In case! Umbrellas Trunks Valises "
Secretary. the cost of proposed court, and tlto Caps -i
against tho Railroad and Stcambo.it; Co. tho slanderous statements In regard to 1
It was repotted that ]t. C. Creech Mr
t. JAS. T. UAHSKTT, figures were anttii:tihe even to Dr. II1IK A suit Is started In the circuit court, and Sunders' opponent for assessor ,was our methods shall continue to bo made, FINE CIGARS, Etc. :
Chairman.orrespgndence. lett and other.frionds of the measure the'county judge appears to defend. A charged $:.23 for an abstract of hU place. we shall simply eloso our books. The only house In town making a tpeclnlty l '

It was seen that tho county could not afford suit Involving kindred questions, for We have never done any business for Mr. Wo cannot, ace why our concern should of' Gents. Furnishing (Uoods ': .:

to maintain such an expensive court trespass Instituted In tIll county court Cret'ch. The facts were as follows: Mr. bo mentioned In connection with Mr. Diop In anti ,xnmlno my s'tcx.k, and "
Right at thl juncture the friends of John Mtllor was about to make n loan Stewart's l\lIdlcncy--'e have never nuked coii)pare| prices. Cash cimtomeis com- .. \
E* against the same defendants, and their of $1,0<>0 to Mr. Creech, and consulted or received allY favor at that gentle man At not hold fell** rccwm'tV J-H the present /omrr.ty judge, Mr. Jones, retained counsel Is presiding judgo. As his attorneys, Kohblns A; Jrahani, In the man' hands, which we could not do. claim to confer. :
; on saw an opportunity to turn 'the movement the caso Involves less than $500, the matter. They advised Mr. Mellor to require mind, or which would not ho cheerfully Call when convenient I First door 1
ulniont '/our corrni to advantage: proposed., as court is tho with security any person of AnvocATK'otllce. .
county only one Juilsdiction south
substitute court with addition to property (}onered at- Tropic, tailed by tho people to act ns clcik.
a a 'oounty jurisdiction
and tho plaintiffs are practical certain property at Turkey Creek. Mr. Very respectfully, 1 :
Dixoii: IteturnsTITCSVIUE Thntlk over misdemeanors anti without a try suit. ]It abstract of l>othpiopeities. AHSTUACT OK DIXON ifc GRAY .
October 1st, 180tt cases up to$:.100.; This substitute' was may be argued that it the county judge which at the advertised rates :;
Immediately :puMlidd to the front. The Is else cost 11. He then rot aired his attorneys 11e.lenllQ '. /; ;f. .|
disqualified, some one In
tort Adiocatt: t-Ule can to examine Into the no nnd art es of tho The following card was handed to in
criminal court w ia tracked M it Drugs Chemicals Perfumery Toilet ;
IRAMTJIIH-Please permit mo, throngltcolumiH his place. The answer is tllthe: law Tropic property and give a written opin for publication! but we decided to withhold ( J
to siMxrely thank were, and Mr. Joues got on the train. does not provide for a compulsory refer ion as to the title of both properties, to It from print until after the primary Articles Fine Soaps Stationery >:;
l' my ,
The movement for special court to try ence. It Is entirely with the defendant di-aw an assignment; of mortgage, and to election:

(1*For tho support they gave nu 1mlritw'llry liquor case had much a start that! it went whether he w ill be tried before A referee draw a mortgage./ Ills attorney chargedhim "Tho undersigned, foiling that tho JEWELRY, "
f elel lon jullt ended. right on and culminated In our countycourt $2.50 for drawing each paper, and public does not understand the position SPECTACLES hSE1V1NO ";
Ho can demand to be tried before the $9.00 for their advlco and services In MA IIINE.'J.
negotiating of the
11 aa:most respectfully, llrevaid Abstract of Title Company i
JWB.V M. DIXox.FJaglf'r' although Jrdge' Jones was by no county! judge, knowing he Is disqualified,' the loan, making ME. Mellor' or IU benefit to tho people at large, aunt, PUtojM, Sewing Mnchjnes and _

means tho candidate of the prohibition and thus avoid being tried altogether, bill amount to fcM: Including the cost of take pleasure In stating that during our Machinery Hepnlred. Watches, Clock*. :

sentiment of the .county. Not a few for few lawyers are simple enough to abstracts. This charge was very reasonable term of oflico wo have had tho book and I Jewelry Specialty. .. t
much lower than It would havo been '"
i fk-le.-nu'M. people were amuse i at the way, n. they prosecnte a case before defendants'! own made to one not a regular client It i Is for tendered use In to our us fJ''clr duties by said, and company that we, School Dookn taken and at School Supplies.Subscriptions ., ''"

thought, the wets atl turned tho scheme counsel. Thus if the county judge no business of ours if Mr. Creech agreed have been greatly assisted by said company for Newspaper Hooks publisher' price eto. ".
Mugarlnen .
'ITOU .tDvocAtur-hardly an' femo of the dry to their own advantage. should have a general yearly ret.1lner'lrom to pay Mr. Mellor' lawyers bill, and we in assessing lands correctly, and .

Iny paper throughout this part of tieappears Having noticed tie: causes from which the I.K. S. U. Co., the latter Is safe' the simply work say as that we-could we chargod l. consistently aa little with for collecting have refusal the to same, and that tho, owners any Prescription time, day or carefully night. compounded' at l' ):!

among us without some the court sprung let us exaiuln Its from salts'in the county court accept any compensationeither
> ; none self respect, and did the work as cheaply for tho use of their books, or for
enco te, ...ome wondeiiul scheme ofI'll. workings.: Its t1l1tket.wlis'made up almost would lie started against' there. 01 as we could l afford to du It, or care to answering the numerous inquiries we Drugs, 1 1.r

:l. Fbgler, of St.. Augustine, and' entirely of liquor cases./ It wawiotorlouH course
ill perTini'8 not l>e out 4' place to re-: that U-juorwna txIng sold freely court has been realized by few outside 01 about It, and we defy any' lawyer of oQIce fiom time to time. Wo make this Patent M ;
the .dici.nes.
and in vioU'uun of the good htanding county to state statement In simple justice to a firm to q
: letter oftbit.gtntlenuu' law Informa ,
o a rtcpnt: the members of the bar who
practice before as his candid opinion, that the whom Indebted .
ten to a Florida nem spspcr.i tions were filed against all the dealers. ,, it, but It is none the less a serious only was an unreasonable! one. courtesies we are for many valuable Elegant Perfumery and Toilet Articles >

iive says: ""Jt offerto has been the icportixltate that The canes came to trial; one convictionwas objection, and one which the people may Next: It was reported from Cocoa W. 1C. SANDBIIK,
made LejxUof
Florida an to build fur th<5 State a secured, two ethers plead guilty, well reflect upon. I mewl to speak. no that the lirevanl Attract: 4.tf Title Co. Assessor of Orevard county Kept constantly on hind,at ;"
had charged a negro, by Uio name of K. W. IIA u.
and the rest were .dmnlssed for defects ,
iitol in st. Angiutine: to cost
word the
builOing; of-censure against county judge. "
Clements such exhorbltant Tax '
collector of
George ratesthat Itrevard ,
in the indictment The fines county J. B. ..
arch of a million dollaix on condit lmpodoa Ills is of much Soreveii'sDRUG
practice Inure Importancethan after the charge( for negotiating a
entbemovo ... .. .
that the seat cf who -
govern those were Caught;; : In the tolls his office, and he could not afford loan of &:3s) were deducted from that

that Quote place ono/jf In Marshall answer V..Wilder'sesf to this IJd WAS less than half wiiat they would havo to refuse good case In the circuit court sum, that tho negro only got $58.I This ProfoHHiorml Caitln. 8TOHIL- ,

of the Bowery boy and the Bow paid for licenuxi. At the last session of because they might disqualify him from wa supplemented told with no fear the statement of dental,that and(was Jul.TrsvlA rI.. GAULDEV Also the latest Newspaper, Perio ** ,
F ;irl who were taking a troll one the court saloons ware "wide open; call etc. 2, fj
tie .
trying same parties in his own Court.I would swear to It, f .r he cashed :
aing in a favorite haunt. Says he: both In Tltusvilltj and other places. Ev- mention tlio the check for iho dai key and knew the
merely matter as a nerluus i ATTOUNKY.AT-LAW
I will you have drink \-QU Idea e was so abundant that conviction exact amount of our charge.The ,
| Bill. 'What'll you drink Sal?' 4 defect in the county court system reflecting TITt'flVtlXE. "LA. Indian River 4
seeped Inevitable. This to facts loaned Reo. Clements
calamity ( arc we
11,1 gue s-"'! gnei.8-I guesn I'll have in no way upon the honor and
the ; dealers averted at the f300 to pay off an old mortgage, and after
apagne. 'Weft Sal, girl guess Iquor ) was T. SANDE1W, ,
ntegtit/of Judge Jones, which U unquestioned the former mortgage was satisfied JAS.
I last moment that Brevard not ,
n. was a dry
P. 4*. P. and unquestionable. and our charge paid, there remained aliaUnce
Lounty. The above rtulU of the work. of $5H, but the great bulk of the ATTORNEY AT.dAW. State Bank y
Another objection to the court i the
Ings of the county court In the liquor' money loaned went to pay off a mortgage Will practice In all th.ourt. of Lila 8.,.nlb
A Word of Vnruing.tor to the of Us maintenance. Judicial Circuit ofr. t'lurlw..
cases ran only bo regarded as an "unfor- expense county held dy A. A. Taylor, of ()lJCoa. Our ,
There is the salary of the judge and charge including abstract, examination 0.110.,2:111.: TITCSYILLEVIA. Titusville
train of circumstances! for It Florida. zIxcourollATxu
tumjte Muuej to Loan. I ,
anti county attorney the and mileage of title, drawing satisfaction awl mort-
tart Coast Adiocate: obvious to those win attended court pay '
{: was and for tho record of the -
of jurors and witnesses the maintenance gage, paying (1BOHOB. KOHHIX! W4LTEM OB4IUM.JJODIJIXS .
iiB On several occasions! it has occur- that the county attorney and the Court same was 025.: our usual charge to black A UKAIIAM 11 mix Jrn: TUB LAW OFTIIK

to visual that people here'ref himself were very zealous In their efforts of criminals pending the session a* well as white, and a* low ax we care ., HUT Or KtOiflDA.
our organ of the court, and other expenses> which, to charge for negotiating a loan and doIng Authorized Capital . ,
as elsewhere, are in the habit of to secure .convictions. A TTOIUfEYS-A LAW ,.. $100,000 *
the work Those who desire -
I It has been add propuly. ,
estimated one mill to
Bering life and propel.ty by allow- Now that the county Is wet the question "- the rate of county taxes. And to"whatpurpose to do It for lestt money are free to do TI fV.VILL!!:, Drevard Co., Florida.P. Paid-up Capital,.-1--. . y y, .2 0oo_
"what Is the use of a county court? *o but that U low afford .
a* all we
Verosene\\Lunp. to burn overnight.t can o. Box, &o. A (I.neral
the object be in linking sob U a very pertinent one We have noticed ? The docket of the court hadso or care to do the work.It Will pr.etle. la til tb*fount lei of the Seventh Iteoklny-"f.lu.ln MWM. ,.Tr..ne4, .
may the operation of the court when itaaa little business on it that the last quarter was reported that we charged Judge ('IreuiL.n4 ln Ul. Kupnu..(.>urs. a.eelalfw! ; JAMES PBITCUARU !
do tell. 0ttto .
.' none but those who no can for examining and 1't"1"ie Ijiud '
expected to.be a benefit; now let its session was dispensed with.! Wbltloik 7.00for an abstract of only TltU. t4>rr..|M>n>lriHM willelud. trout Claluiauu : W. U. IUBHBTT; Vkogysldent;
they rind It necessary_ to sleep? Or three numbers. The truth i is we charged ana llelt to spsni.hira.tL .
for the purposa of destroying the consider disadvantage! Again, the senUons of the circuit court I him *7 for abstract of eleven num- Money to(nag. 1 Director: James PritclianL Ihii4 wir, Caller

1I>r'l1).e. properties of the air In the Its tint effect is to reduce the jurisdiction have amounted to little more than chancery berm, the advertised rate, and we threw Darnett., J.. II. Durkee. W..:.tTnllland .._B.mE.ry
Ii l' Or do they wish to become of the Justices of the Peace from hearings (which go on In vacation side other work that would hAve paid W. M. Drown.f "'T"' .1.-' .
M. D. L.
the "
double foe we received in order that DODsO.VlSPECIALIST
its in some horrible cremation of $100 to $50 in civil case, and deprives M well all in term time.) The grand we might get the abstract off promptly, DR ".,or ('.,u.l.too.& with COaN"I J..

irty and human bodies? Will peo- them of jurisdiction altogether In criminal Jury are deprived of jurisdiction over as It wets urgently needed.It Jlau\&lalr ExteUA.J.Correspomlunts .' .
: Seaboard
: ever learn the lessen of the origin cases. The county court has no equity misdemeanors, eve. thongh they knowof 1*reported that J. F. Wooten wroteto IN OPERATIVE, 8UBOI- Dank, N.w York} National Dank National of >

any great and destructive fires, I! jurisdiction, nor can it try land titles case of thin kind, and have little to the voter la the Narrow, that if lie CAL & MECHANICAL DENTISTRY: Jacksonville .r' )

v bundreda of lives and millions of etc. It b simply a justice court do but to make their general presentment was elf'ted he would tee that no pne else

Alert hive been sacrificed Jto such with iu jurisdiction raised to $500. It *, would robbed I>by e robbed the Abstract a* a Mr.Company.Reams was We TITCSVltLE, FLOniDA Tliis Is ForYou. .

ret carelessness ? We hope this mat- IK tobe considered if the old justice In fact there i* not enough business to ay, in regard to teat statement, that we RUE P If yon wish to express our

5* wilt be passed around until everybody .court, are not, on the whole, better and employ the time of the circuit court have 11t>er done any business forany one LA ELY, to titling A. Taylor cannot sympathy

'Titusvflle; will learn. to handle kero- cheaper. Under the present system if a with its former jurisdiction over misdemeanor b1 the name of Reams. We did makean JUbTICE. OF THE PEACE I7ru DIST with more sincerity than yo by'calling do oa 10

(ne with the great caution 1U explosive negro to arrested. at Fort Pierce he must restored. The justice of the team ab.tractforthe* brother and Cocoa charged Bank the, for bank the Koury PuWki for the BUM M Large. them at their .tore on. &h4 wharf, at

turn requires, .I be bound over for trial at the county peace are the cheapest and best forum oar usual sates, a* advertised What Contrac. aural"w ant Finish Ruil4.r II 01 ap.cislty.tEUsQ on re.(eon' ..rpe.rlealu. to Cocoa date, and settling If your account In full
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TO THE "OPTJU"ISTS." trying; iwla'ft ri.-La.ter otnelty. Each J fa loaded under the
new ; cargo
dreamily e9attiag| looked,at .Jane* who a"snow SHIPPING CATTLE. the -
;;A wi its-wings t bark went lowly the.old cat file" In tho soft, tweet air. shrinking back l supervision of a trusted agent of Wben I am half a-dreatting

J wayo'ertbe sunny sea; Mr lit ires left her work and watched "Indeed, aha_can. Ton ball hear..hn.e Shipper, and as ill treatment has the effect And only half asleep,
Wlthla Street Child caroled the young figure M it bounded along. % lore music so well, I think she will THE WAY nERVES EMBAttlt FOB of Jessing the weight the cattle When daylight's grayest gleaming

At the wave's low melody.Twa They couldn't either of yam be mean not even be afraid to ling now" A TftAJfSATLANflO' VOYAGE. during transit, nothing of A serious ontuna : *Glns through Uw blind to peep
bat wretches to eave their lives she laid "Let Is aUom.-KIII York 1Im*d.
atalr.cJay.haD p, mo ask her. Ob then I hear f the dinging

,. r tVJUfpfolons all flue and light; aloud, with a kind of sorrowful The next moment Jane Martha felt a Transferring Of the smithy hammen ringing

'Add won the erected billow, But Martha Jane had not jet fully got hand on' bpr shoulders She looked up The Operation of the The Mexican Favorlto Drink. Ching chiDe, ching chine.

k Awoke in their reckless might: "the Upper hand of herself. When she adoringly into Miss Dalrymple's face, and Unruly Steer From Transport Pulque is pronounced "pnlky," and is Ching ching, ching chlng.

,,. *, told Jane Martha of the invitation and that lady felt that she Lad: never given ilar/ce/ to the Cattle SteamerA the nstioaal beer of Mexico. In the

In vain the anxious gazing aid, "It'* your turn, you know," 1M more pleasure. Typical Erabarkment. Mexican cities pulque shops are as numerous At eve when fat returning

Fran the rilcnt, weed-flecked strand felt rather bitter It seemed to her that "Will you sing for me!" the asked. as were locusts ih Egypt, the From labor of the day.

Tbe bat with ribbon.briny, ber slater' turn always came to the best "Now whispered Jane. is prohibition eagle never having made its Their forge yet are burning

On the foam-decked, glistening sand, things. "Presently. You hall stand close by Loading cattle on a ship for Europe of fatal swoop in that languid land of the And still their hammers play
that several hours
Zs an that tails tbe'story There was silence for a moment me, and I.will play for you. You shall an operation requires tropics. Some of these shops, from a And oft the smiths are singingTo
Then Jenny said, as if speaking to her. what '' hard work, a vast amount of patience, neat and that measuredinerryringing.
Wby land-clasped bay!Is now log yon please. Are you willing : Mexican point of view, are :

Empty,'Where in the morning self, "Only to think of hearing Miss "Oh, ;yes; tor ;youl" answered the band many to skirmishes tall conflict and: band and to horn end or of clean, though it should be added that a Ching ching, chlng ohlng,'

Lay rocking the mllk-whlte prow. Dalrllnpw sing I" girl. no Mexican point of Tie"% when cleanliness Cblng ching, ching chlng.
The first ot the work is
These twin girt were gifted not only Miss smiled down profanity. part
her eminent.
; Dalrymple concerned is not
How upon is ,
often like children
men with the musical the simplest. The cattle shippers provide Often with rhythmic bandingOf .
Bail O\'er life's temperament, but with and took a small, cold hand in both her Pulque is the fresh juice or sap of the
snnny waves, rarely sweet singing voices. Not to their own superintendents who the bodies to and trot;'
consumed day
Kecking nought of the dangers be able't* improve these gifts under own.So it happened that Jane' fresh hire the men to go with the freight to century pInt, and andunpalat.ablo They toll la couples, tending
unsullied it will become sour
That bave made it is gathered, as
a thousand and of
who the work
graves conpeteat instruction had been one ot soprano voice, full of suggestionsof Europe supervise within twenty-four hours The sparks out, blow on blow;
Seeing only tho sunshine tbe the beeves on shipboard. The
great trials of their putting One hammer always swingingThe
poverty. power, was heard at Miss Lawlessmusicale. is
method of its simple
On the The : 'production
sapphire lea asleep hours for cattle late
Martha favorite loading are
did not speak. She felt while the other'ringing,
very which
VoW their gilded shallop r' hard the afternoon or early in the morning.The The long central hoot of the plant,
and in *
disagreeable. She recalled Miss Dalrymple listened In admiration. Chlng eking, chlng chlng,
would be upward
Are gulfed In the angry doep. the resolves just made in the little chamber She rose from the piano and said, 10 that first barge load usually, leaves tbe from naturally twenty to forty projected feet, like some Ching ching eking chin:. .
Better the watchful but the recollection did not do stock yards before daybreak, and by the
acannlng could
every ono hear, "I could not do club of Samson, is cut out of its
Of an ever-changing sky her much good. Sho knew the, was nearly as well a* that when I was of the time the sun is beginning to make itself mighty iif the of its growth. Oh marry anvils Rounding

Better th*careful furling yielding to evil. She felt her eyes burn age of this child. It would be a shame uncomfortable the- last bullock is in his base This leaves very basin inception in which collects the All day till set of sun I

I. Of sails when the storm Is nigh. and snap. if such a talent should be lost." place and ready for the voyage. ,, a of It i*by steady pounding
r J Clara J. Denton, <,, to dONE ,_ The,two girls ,sat in the broad teat ot Then there was tho bustle of movement I The work of letting the cattle out of the sap plant.which was A Mexican meant for who deals growth in tho That noblest tasks are dons
their Dens whero they bare teen fed and and
the swing, which barely moved. A red- and compliment, and "the Herr" commodity has what is called a pulque By sturdy swinging:
GOWN shouldered blackbird came into one of! was going to play again. watered since their long trip trom the That keep the world a-ringlng,
FOB TWO. orchard, and this is large or email: ,' according -
the Jane West, is comparatively an easy task. Ching ching,chlng eking
went back
apple-trees over them, and out to her seat quite dazed
sang to his ambitions. Once a day,
returned his delicious melody. At the first noto; by what she had done, and by what: Miss Superintendent Flynn, two collie dogs the hour he the Ching ching, cblng chlng. *
Mr*. ITawcs to her wotk Jenny turned toward her sister. She Dalrymple bad said. No one noticed her and two old men armed with long sticks early morning dips -George Horton, in Chicago Iterate,

Of looking over! old 'coats and trousers knew.instantly all that Martha. was feel. now, and she could listen undisturbed. constitute the force, and unless steer Is pulque out of the vegetable basin into a
'with a view to tanking tLem into and makes troublethe pigskin, wherein it,is at once purveyed '
rug It particularly unruly ,
ing. She had tot until
a moment' with was hour
fight nearly later
the tavern to be sold. That is AND. POINT.,
She remarked to herself, and to the cat, herself; then she said( after cake and coffee and ices bad been trip only lasts ten minutes. The to keeper PITH

that, it "wa'n't 'no manner of use to "You shall take my turn, and I'll have handed among tho'guests, that Miss Dal work begins when tho cattle are forced all thero is to tho process, and it is dispensed -
waste her breath callia' wben folks into the at tho end at about ono and a half cents a
didn't'want of the covered
the pens to favor cremation.
: next two turns at our gown. That'll rymple again remembered! the girl. There :Milkmen ought
to hear. be fair won'tltt" she in lien pier. The gangway leading to the barge glass.In
was She
corner.' was eating gust of wind around Be1 we'.
She stood tearing off a strip from anoldtime Martha had ice. The opens invitingly, but it always requires appearance, taste, and sticky consistency Every
an walked
Spoken truth when she lady toward her much resembles Island la a blow at Liberty.-Botton Bulletin.
Sunday coat belonging to her more or less urging to induce the first pulquo yeast. ,
laid that "I want more"sho '
Jenny better said
was than she was. you sing once ; .
husband, when tho door opened quickly, Shb knew In her heart that she had often "I have a plan in my mind. Perhaps I bullock to make the journey over it. Incases Connected with its sale is an exercise ",'
and a girl about sixteen years old walked taken of that .1 can give of hours of this sort the crew of the barge which the barkeeper performs, which has "Did ;you ever see a shad row?, "Noy{
advantage self-sacriAcinp ;you a couple a week:for "
.Ja with an air as if she had been run spirit, and she had many a "crying fit" tho next few months. I shall live here give a chorus of wild ;yells, intended to driven many a tender American tourist but I've seen a sword flab. -Arew' fork
without his after it ordered
uiug" of remorse bccl\usOlbo had dono so.. Now with my friend until the winter" be encouraging, tbe superiater t pulque' was Herald.

: "Here, I am, mother she 13 d.i she was tempted again, and almost ready The girl clasped her hands 'and beganto whacks the steer over the flanks with his and paid for. !'ho Mexican glasses have Nature with a worm U a wonderful

"What' is it'you want!" to yield. tremble. She seemed bewildered. prod and the task is generally over. The no handles, and grasping it so as to pro Condenser. She\ has the bolo ,thing ,;in a
Mrs. Halves rest of toe bunch follow ject at least one finger and sometimes
glanced 'l'TwlII:1artby the leader without '
up. She shrugged up her shoulder vio "What, you are not afraid this time, nutshell. '
: Jano I was callin';" she said. lently. "No," she saidith emphasis, are you! It was really a treat to bear much persuasion. From tbe moment two into tho glass .the barkeeper dips There aro two sides to every question: (

"I'm Marthy Jane. 0 mother, when "It wouldn't be fair. You know as wellas you before, or I would not ask ;you when the barge leaves' the slip the cattle are the pulque. As, a necessity, from the -The wrong side and our 'side.-"t-T'rr ,
method and the consistent
jlll know met"The solely in the bands. employed '
you agents ,
I do that this chance i* 'worth all we to many are present. saute Etpreu. *
'girl threw her head back and may have in She made "Yes, I am afraid," said the Tho Exeter City loaded ono day recently character of the liquid, considerable adheres
year. a girl,
great to tho batman's and he It is unreasonable to 'expect a mart to(
laughed. Mrs. Ilawes the coat- from her pier instead of from the fingers, as
effort and "but since
added want
"And to
I won't me I
drop : take you try,
.kirt. gazed a moment, laughed, your turn, so there I" must." upper Bay, where most cattle ships! tak shoves your glass toward you, by a dex i be collected if bis bills are notLaio,

'too; but with a Vexed air. She kept bravely to her resolve all Miss Dalrympla was sorry for the child on their living freight. This made th eterous flirt of the hand he adds this renee American.' ;'I, '

>" 'That comes of bavin twins to contend through the three days which followed.It when she had placed her by the piano work slow and laborious. The vessel was pulque on his fingers to the contents of The enterprising business mnn'' Is hewJ

1 ; with," she remarked. '"1 thought was Jenny, the lucky one, who went again. The small face wa white'and not ready, there were lighten and tugs ;your glass, thus cleaning his soiled digits log out his WRY to success ,with well-di

by the way you broke into tho room 'twas about her work fn a perturbed state ol the, lips almost stiff."Take in the way, and the loading of the regu and winning ;your esteem by gi fog good rected blows from his u&s.-'Binyhamtoji"

,Jane Marthy She's liable to come mind. She kept looking forlornly at her heart," whispered the lady. lar cargo was not entirely finished. This measure at one and the same: time. A Leader. .

through door 's It she had ben shot out sister. "You did so well before What shall it led to endless annoyance between the dexterous dispenser will indulge in this "Who gave Croesus's bride away, her

of* gun. Whsro'vo ;yon both bent" It be,!" two sets of laborers and greatly heightened professional flirt and never get a drop ol father?". "There wasn't" any'.giving
,"Down t' the brook. The wind blow was only on the morning of the the confusion. pulque out of your glass. This thing has ''
Wednesday that she When, at last, the song was selected, about it. Croesus paid cash down..-
i id 't we didn't hear ;you when ;you first somewhat. appeared to cheer Hiss Dalrymple looked at her companion: As the barge slowed up and made fast been known to disgust Americans, who The Epoch.
She had
'balled. Did want up a private consultatio to the steamer while tbe would push their pulquo back without
anything gangways
;you particular in were '
with her mother who surprise. "Is father lot" '':10 he is ia
constantly all to the your ; ,
being run out, tho cattle had tasting, high contempt of the
"Do know in what that'Lwritent" opportunity "
;you key
t'' The eirl tried to sneak vatientlr.. interrupted her with the exclamation: she asked. of viewing for tho first time their man of pulque, who regards: such stomachs the country. "Ah I gone away for a rest,
"The land' sake 1 It'll I IuYes. I I" "No
never dot 1 If suppose ; he has away ona
though she was to go back andresume ." Quarters for tho cominir fortnight dnrinir as far too ladylike.-PiUdurj DU-
longing jest a.crazy ideal" but she laughed she I vacation."-Doiton Courier.
making a between tho their first and last ocean voyage. It patch.
two uttered these and "But can ;you sing as low a* that! was
cider.apple-trees. interjections, finally "Oh not an inviting spectacle. The day was The man who dies without glory will

"Miss Lawler's jest ben here," Mrs. said "Well, p'raps there' no barm in The ,other;yes/stood in amazement with hot. The longshoremen had shed such Coining Money In India. never have his ghost shiver at the',,sight,

Uawes announced ft, but don't ask mo to help ;you, 'n' if of their garments as could be of its statue adorned with a Roman toga
into trouble don't blamo the sheet of music in her band sparedand Tho mint in India is an ordinary Punjab .
r. )0h, ha shel", you nobody get but yourselves.any "I don't understand it," she said. wero carrying on their backs the bales of courtyard, about twenty feet square and an cigbtcenth-century \rig. -Puek,'

,p' :Martha Jane clasped her hands as *hput "There' no; trouble to into The girl gazed pleadingly at her, but hay to belied as fodder. These were in the open part, entered by a gateway Maddox-"Look: here, Simeraf,'don't
get responded -
this question. Her face flushed and Jane Martha confidently. "No- was silent. dumped on the deck between the cattlo leading into a small apartment' doing ;you know it is dangerous to go into the
.,her'ere; sparkled with interest. Her bodyll ever know ,anything about it In a blind way the accompaniment was pens, where a large square space was duty as an entrance hall: tie remaindci water after a hearty meall" Simerni:-

;mother partially ripped ,a sleeve before I'll to ;the village begun; but when an untutored but rich filled with tho odds' and ends of the of tho courtyard being surrounded bylow "I'm not going in after a' meal. Jt's t,
anyway nowand
,ahe spoke again.' Then she continued: call at Mrs.go Ilardy'up I know she'll contralto voice commenced the song, cargo, fresh meat and vegetables, strong sheds opening into it. Theso buildings bath I'm after.-Ruket.
t "She' decided to have that music- there ""sudden discord boxes and barrels not yet stowed in the Tho
be willing" .war a among th! away are workshops. method ol Dumloy-"My doeskin trousers, are

'iparty-'musikarl, she calls It-next It was not half an hour later when keys of the piano, and Miss Dalrympla; place. coining in this very primitive "mint" is very mush like the bills ray tailor, hassent
( aday even In'. That German wheeled round and stared the The pens were half bedded down with described follows "
Mrs. hardy, who lived just across the at girl be- as : in for them. Chumley_"In what.
( eeV'edD Rlckerstrutber or somcthin can street from the tall, veraodahed house lIdo her, who trembled so that: she could hay, and the men under direction of the The silver, after being assayed, is cast 'r"'lardl" Burnley-"Both need, reseat

then- looner'n she expected. She which was Miss Lawler home, opened hardly stand. second officer wero busy taking down tbn into small bars by being run into grooved ing."-Clothier and Vuritither. '

nyited both you girl. She said it would her front door to find ono-of the Ilawes There was entire silence among thepeople whitewashed bars that separated them iron moulds. The melting done in the Small to
reo flner'n than anything you'd ever h ard. twin present. one from the other. ,Altogether it was courtyard in very small quantities In little Boy ( porter lifting a, large
[Miss Dajryraple from Boston' goin to "Come waiting.in she said cordially. "Ol "What docs it mean!" cried Miss Dal, as hot a spot as could be found along tho furnaces improvised for each occa : )-"Say Porter, mister, want me ter help'yerl"

'lag. ,I thought ;you'd like to know course I don't, know, which tic but rympe, looking about her in wOf.der.mente river front, and the long day's wait had sion. The thjckneas; of tho bars in about What kin (do contemptuously!" Small )-"Bah" !
,!tight off/ ,That' I called not put the men in special ,good humor you Boy; .Me J
why though I you'ro welcome all the same." "It cannot bo possible that this tho diameter of the rupee, and when I'll while lift"
; grunt
,(know you was havla a good time at the i "If Jane Martha tho child baa two distinct singing voices, with themselves or with their work. cold they are cut up by a hammer and ;you !-Liuht.
broo ," aoplied girl, At last the were and McCIaramy (to his wife)-"I'll bet
into the cool halt. one very high and the other very low. pens ready Super- chisel by guesswork into small ,weights you
Martha Jane'turned and walked stepping intendent Ilirah and Foreman 'a dollar it rains to-night." :Mrs Me-
J. to the When she was seated by the kitchen She! 11 a phenomenon. Bradley and weighed in small balances as accurately -

/window./ From there she asked, "You table whereon Mrs. Judge Lawlor, in the door-way, began who with six underhands were to go with as hand-weighing will permit. Clammy-'Ineverbet." JlcClamroy,
Hardy was
said we were both invited she hesitated and blushed to chuckle audibly. He had teen a alight the cargo,to the other side, began load- These are afterward heated and rounded "Then please to cease calling yourself
I I" '"To be I'm afraid pie-crust, a ing. As tho barge hand went below and my better. M."-Chicago Inter Ocean.,
sure. youll have a good deal before she 'really announced figure steal out and loon return, and now by hammering into disks, and again

bard time decidin'," the mother answered, her errand. When she had done so. he thought he understood. opened the first pen tho cattlo realized weighed by hand and corrected by small "I notice," said a minister, "a deplorable = .

anxiously. The t whom that they were about to have another experience additions of silver hammered tendency on the of .
however, she went on easily enough, and girl, everybody was in cold or part my ,congre f
I ;,'There's nothing to decide, laid laughed with the good-natured: lady who looking', tried twice to speak before and in an instant the place was by scraping. After this the disk is gallon to lapse from grace. I am very

Martha Jane "It's Jenny'* turn. I listened to her I she could say a word. Then she bunt noisy with their complaints. Some: of handed'over to the professional weigher,' much pained to observe that this back.

! 'Went to the church fair lost month, you "Mother finally told me I might," the out shrilly i the more fractious steers kicked and prodded who finally weighs it by hand and passesit. sliding has taken the form of an increas

know" said, "1f were entirely willing. '''Oh, if you pleaso I am the other each other with their horns, while It is then stamped by hammering, ing membership in the choir"-;Binjhamtan -
f She came from the window and stood you win!" others contented themselves with huddling being put between two iron dies placed Larder
"Just as willing* I can be, was the
before her mother. She "That cried the and in the most distant corners of the in a iron frame. '
her explains strong
flung out Judge, Maud
answer. 'There'll be a great time at the to "Papa, thought said this
thiS intense you
,bands with a quick gesture as she exclaimed Lawler' to-night. Very select, too. he began to roar with laughter. All the I pen Hero, there not disgust of the men. I These dies are very much larger thai morning that jack Brewer, was no

passionately, "I do wish we Only musical people going. I company joined in, and the "other twin" so fasti"Four the coins, so that only a portion of the chicken." Her Father(grimly-II'I'hit

!.bad more than one dress I It doe seem Miss Lawlor thought;you Iud Martha suppose Jane stood in tho midst, blushing, and finally fat bullocks were wedged ia the legend can come off, and the coiners are what I said." Maud-"Then what does

sometimes a* if I couldn't bear itl"l aughing, too. gangway. not at all careful as to how much this meant

[ '.Yo don't wish *o any more'nldo," are When musical at, a and quarter so ;you before are. eight that "You are not the one who sang first!" The"Ill, Jim? stir htm up." pears on tho coin. The only thing they ap. 'stroke of the Yale(reading crew) 'Jack Brewer
stepped jaunti
hid Mrs. Hawes. he atked. ; gangway has a railing on each do is to and make
"You know how was try the
jest particularmark ly out of the shell.'_
Jane Martha went lh,
evening timidly lido and ton Pott.
'U up offers every chance for the successful of the
"No ma'am. That
bavin' sistet chief
We keep doctor' bills to the path leading to tho great Lawler was my reigning appear. If Extremes Meet
'jwyjormy ck .peUI, 'n' now it don't Jennr. It was my turn with the stlrriosr ut ot refractory steer they do not succeed it does not matter -"Did you know
look V if wo could ever afford for house, she saw through the window how dress--" A minute later several young men who much. Jellaby, that old Maayrocks ;walked all

each'to have a nice dress. I 'pose you wo brilliant the room looked, and bow Martha Jane stammered, then was had been sitting on the side of the steamer, the way to Chicago from Auburn,N..Y.;,
lovely were the flowers in them, She heavy and stupid with, the heat awoke Chinese tern when he first came hero
ought to be thankful ;you e'n have one silent, growing more painfully red than Swindles. ; was too poor,to
, ,
felt small but still '
very very eager. with tho most pay his car fare! '
surprising and "Is that
a'so round 'bout activity, Tho Chinese potters so? And
swap goin to places arc guilty' of the
'.belli' jest of a li e V as like'. two peas,, Miss Lewler herself, a tall lady in thin, ever.She bad waited across the way at Mrs.Tardy' arming themselves with stick proceeded grossest swindles in the production of now he's too rich to, and rides on 'a pass.
shimmering' silk, was coming through to make the Queer world this."
frightened bullocks wild bogus old -Chicaje Times '
snyway.Iidah'twos porcelain
her What
difTrunt, but I for sister to leave the party. are known
hall in the
the when tho servant let twin.Sle with ,
fear and
can't,help i," smiled Then the two had changed frocks so that pain. as single color porcelains, that is, pot. An Econpmical Wife._"I waat ad egg
the child and
I'' She sighed as she ran her knife across Jane Martha on collected shrinking her wits. both should have a share of the music.Thla him."Stop Just that. I him didn't ask" IOU to. kill tery in ono tint, like the beefs blood, plant" said a ;young married woman to,

had been little In the start up. liver, blue, peach, the grocer. '"I'm
tie stitches. Jenny' plot. apple green and other sorry, but I haven't
The first the said what
thing lady was Two
of she had not told that men left their work at this point colors command almost fabulous one in tho store just "
Martha Jane was moving hurry changing prices now "Well 1
restlessly everybody; said when Martha: or Jane was and showed at the ,
about he had been to once superiority of from collectors. The value must get one somewhere
I the room. obliged sing.No of ancient and raise
met alone. "Which is it1 and when tho skilled my
I matter about the dress "said over improvised and unlearned Chinese ware in their estimation own eggs, for I'm
uP'nr..Jan.. futby'd give you her girl had told her "I'm could now, rests on resolved not to pay
sorry you They flourished their
lisa with "Letus arma and its perfect color and its such high prices for "
I ready tact them.
; suggested !Ira. Uawes, more to not both come. I'll put you in a good sticks:: before the bullocks' and age. The -Neufork r -
eyes succeeded modern potters of Sun.
finish tho China
I see whtt this imitate
daughter would say than place where can see and bear." the '
you in them
back. .
for other The distressed face appealed tobet driving Then, as colon and the trademarks of the Poet
| any reason. Jane, in the pretty light-colored cashmere young the foremost bullock started on wild ancient -"I don't see ho'YOta hue'tht
potters on the bottoms
If shouldn't wonder!: ," was the re.poue. which belonged to her and her sister deeply. dash, one of the men him of vases and cheek to charge $75: for that .nit"
caught the other
I "She's twig ,M good a* I sin. was placed in a chair near the door Afterward fitting by the child, she tail and acting as a rudder steered by him object There they dispose of Tailor_"My name is worth' something
I but abe wants to bear heard why the twins were obliged to'"take the forgeries to the agents of American sir." Poet
that music
muchu (
where she could
u see the piano and everyone neatly into port at tho further end of tho and drawing his check)_"Well!
I I do. turns at everything nice,"as Martha Jane English houses who reside I'll "
She loves it just u wall. No, who played or sang. She looked at in China take it. Tailo r-"But ibis cheek '

lit'* her turn She must go, and I must I. the open door and breathed a sigh of re- xnrew-d: it. "But," said the girl, "it ship.After this experience the work went and such are constantly on the lookout for is for $40 only." Poct-i'I know it-:
I stay at home and di id seem as if we could not both give up t prize: Every; great piece but
envy her. It' horrid, Jief. Then she gate herself up ta enjoy- on rapidly and with less friction. of pot my name: is worth
I horrid, to be so poor!" meat. hearing you. It was Jenny who thoughtup When tery manufactured in China in the past Aei Tort Sun. .

The girt tried to keep the tear thatuahed The German Herr, as she called< ,him the plan." spelt Only a certain was filled number tho b&rawere can into put up. has\ been counterfeited. The leading: "It was a brave act
to ber from The next merulng Miss Dalrymple; returned go a pen of the world, public the ;young man, said
her and
eyes falling
She bad
played. not known that a as the ship's rules are that each bullock grateful father with
cheek. Bhe saw her, mother'* lips trcm- piano could sound like that, but still she to Boston. As she left the phaeton must have at least eight feet by two feet private, have been Imposed on with these UAt the peril of your life deep feeling
forgeries. rushed
bye in which Miss Lawler had driven her They aro next to impossible the you into
waited for the singer. She knew that inches burning
t'rn I be to the station the saw two girl in plainingham eight space. to detect, except by the Chinese building and 4vecJ my
good about it after themselves
a tt1ettJ the lender girl in white; who had at her broad hat At the end of two hours the task: was but there daughter. HOW can I ever npayou'"
l said, ia an roice. cluster of carnation gowDllLlld hurryingdown are a few expert in. "Would
unsteady throat a pinks, must ended and tho cattle a
were'safely housed this couple of
tho 'road. They were the twins, country and abroad who dollar be too
|"Oaly give me time to think it over and bo the one. for the can be relied mucht"
t the and they brought two lavish b1DcheS'of voyage. on to form a lair suggested the brave _
upper hAnd of mjself." Ye, it was she; and at last she sang. Thia was a typical embarkment. Sometimes false from the judgment of the Chicago T'ieune.The fmueJ',
which offered.It .
She hurried out of the room and It in dream that bad roses, they shyly true. They go mainly
up was only : Jane ever the cattle are more obstinate than the sound by sun has
Martha Jane who Los of the lettled
|the steep stair to the chamber under the heard such tones, but she had dreamed was spoke they the pottery when it .is Tae dew 'neath the bill,
were ou Sitter and has
both. But she able to wa City, sometimes rapped rather than lettled on the
oaf which she shared with I fall was say by its colors The birds
her sister. of them often, and now It had all come the conditions not Although tJue circle o'er '
are so the
: 'Mis could I pleasant. the sinful mill
She tatidowa Dairymple, we not help Celestial
oa the bed, crying out in a true The note penetrated and thrilledJane' of the present ThAU pause and Ettie
Loading in the ere
early before they .
morning ,
day +
to off -and to thank can old pas&:
hl coming sea
"I'd colon s settled
rather you and as hit
perk ; bear Mia old si till
Dalrym- *' heart until could bear no daybreak, in midstream and in cold natures he The moth baa .

tie ring Oua anything. the in tho1forLU" more. She had unconsciously pressed JOu.The singer kissed each face weather, tries the patience of the men the peculiar, : cannot, it is said, reproduce And I stone with IetUed that assail k the tome,

bent.nds to ber bosom, end a* the last she took the young she as and temper of the cattle to the utmost. .1..-.,. .......:..... _quality_u_ of clay out of which .Am aver constant-still UlII&IDe.JYGlA6ont bill. .
flowers. She -
Then justice compelled per to add, high note soared. ia pure sweetness thought la the winter when the wind comes ring of his productions+ made; and tbe _. ,.,., .a.,..
|""So would Jenny, and site;:her turn" Jane still not knowing what she did, had never received homage so tweet a* tho bay. tingling the face and benumb up less musical is harsher and H-"Well, what des you thinly
*'tn that she In their thaw
ten saw theirs. Johnny
minutes she camo down the rose from ber seat and leaned forward. eyes. tAg the hands, and the cattle are forcedout that the It is by this wants now I" liusband-1'To
: The train "I shall experts detect no idea."
tain. She was coming remember his
opened<< the door sad tried Mia when her cliahooeatl.l Wlloo
Dalrymple turning of their
the lesson I warm quarters and into the \... lark lN"Twentone -' wants me W teal.
|to peak wilb. brut am to give) you, TOIL into
cheerfulness: done the and baying him
song was saw figure met chilling blasts, there U more or less a blcyc1e. Hw
I the i.
"All right, motherl I doa't Incas to tt;vivid glance of the 0J'- said.-YouLi' Caapeniaa. harsh treatment and the work is hastened! a _.1n
I I be a mean wretch this time," Hardly noticing the applause, she It would seem that the proper place to in a way that gives the mea a chance to dollars II the thousand hundred him ; h4 tan' have ell"Nonsene

She ran a, the top of her speed dowa turned to her bates* and said, ,"That cook mountain game would be oa a get rid 'of some <4 their surplus ill amount t paid for the last reSt to go up into the attic and fall don

I to the brook, where her sister was now child"can sing mountain rang*,-rwi S/tis nature. But even then there it not grays oct Euae fie s eau in the Nc1I' York about two figbu the same ot stairs It wilt be just

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lime'la water at the ,rato' of about'oni Bats for 'Housewives < f Paper Bamli.: Rain aj a, Sanitary Agent, f
pock'of lima, to eight gallons of wafer >request and moderate rains, such ai

!Bait and a small qoaatitf of cream otartar .. After "three years of, experimental Constitutes the characteristic of the British
ICS OH1. INTEREST nFLATIVE are often added. Bay one and a' Cabbnge and greens! food.are an The simple: work, aft English company: has succeeded climate, is the most effective of all a

of to .animal In producing paper barrels which are sanitary agencies. It cleanses the ground, ...
half pounds of salt and five ounces :
>TO FAUn AND GAU1>& of broccoli, tur i If
boiling cabbage green, with barrels
cream of tartar to eight gallons' of lime aliktt'ttCt'pt able to compete favorably and, what is far more important, it r f. t
nip tops, are all done exactly made of .wood. The barrels fire ammoniacal and '
water. The lime water should be rut take paper .cleanses the air. The
,THE!: BOOK CUBB FOE BltKKM. sieve and the hard lump as to time. Young summer cabages half used nt present, principally for the carriage other exhalations continually rising from .j1.j1s.L
through a hour old ones
about a ot an I
4 quarter mining fuses fruit,
of gunpowder, decomposing animal and vegetable matter :
here was a very balky horse In Dover, either crushed or removed. When an hour. Broccoli from ten to fifteen cement matches .
flowers molasses
in water
paints, all I leis soluble
am more or
p., which nobody could dri e., I smaller quantities of eggs are to be pre, minutes. Turnip tops a quarter of an size
chemicals dyes asbeitors, sugar, amt removed rain.
are largely by gentle
gentleman undertook to drive bin served for family use the French plan of: hour or twenty minutes; it is beat to try and extract of meat. The materials used Besides these, it absorbs an 1 carries down

ugh the Whito Mountains. Ill annointing fresh eggs with a mixture of them with a fork; directly they are ten- in making tho barrels are waste paper into rivers and thence to the sea the ex--

net laughed, and said: "You canno olive oil and beeswax works well. 10. der they should be taken up before they cardboard and (for the better qualities) cuss of carbonic acid exhaled from our ,

e him out of town, much lee eight ounces of hot olive oil dissolve four lose their color. old sacks When cardboard is used it luugs and produced by our fires and lights.
ugh the mountains" lIe said qui ounces of beeswax and rub this over thi Always be careful that JtTCCnurenlcely Is soaked or boiled for six hours and .i

t "1 think I will manage him," and eggs with a rag; then pack the eggs, picked and washed before cooking, not afterwards treated In the same manner as Paper Tool Handles.

i slid, ia this way: lie filled the car broad end down,in wheat bran and keep only to remove dirt, but also to dislodge the other raw material This is carefully An engineer of Manchester, England, Copyright,UM. A '

box with books, and when tha < in a cool place. Correspondents have insects. The surest way of doing this is sorted and put into a rng engine, .1* introducing a novelty in paper, vl][., aepartttrt

balked he quietly flung the reins on reported success with the plan! of packIng to have ready a pan .,f warm water and a or beater, where it is beaten japer filehafts and tool-handles, which from ordinary methods has long

[:book, took out a book and began to eggs, broad end down, in dry salt. pan of cold; wash the greens first In the and torn to pieces by a are said to be practically indestructible been adopted by: the makers of Dr.Pierce' .

and waited patiently until the Other smear the eggs with linseed oil and warm water, a handful at a time, then series of knives for about and much cheaper than wood or malleable Golden Medical Discovery.They .

I saw fit to start. This he did two or: pack in wheat bran. Preserved by what- throw them directly into the pan of cold well; an hour and a half. It is iron hafts Placed under a to m-h.m- know what ft can do-and
when all are in the cold water, wash afterwards mixed with water until a pulp mer although they can be flattened they
horse ,
i times, and the was cured.- ever method, it is imperative that the they guarantee it. ? mosey
cold water. They
and another
Dumb Animal, eggs be fresh when packed and that thi should change to soak for moment In the of uniform consistency is gained. This can not bo split or cracked. Is promptly returned if it fails to
never and dried and
Y packages be kept in a cool place, when hot water. The warm water loosens the is the rolled barrel, joined is finally, shaped covered, with hoops., Grailfytag t. An. benefit or cure in All diseases arising

GOOD- BOADS INTO FIELDS. the temperature will be even as possible insects, and they rill drop out into the Before the tops and bottoms are put in, The high position attained saddle universe from torpid liver or impure blood.

farmer should take care to keep easy; -Sou Tort World. cold, and sink'to tho bottom of tho pan. the barrels are painted with a waterproof acceptance: and approval of the pleasant liquid No better term could bo asked for.

i safe ways of ingress and egress to his: Some people rut salt into the washing composition, made of linseed oil and fruit remedy Syrup of Fig,as the most excellent No better remedy can be had '

tinted fields.:More wagons are broken rA.u.uro OAUDEX KOTES. water, this kills the insects, but makes rosin, for ordinary purpose barrels, nnd laxative known, Illustrate the value of Nothing else that claims to be a

1tn by going through deep furrows or Sow some turnips. them stick to the vegetable. After well with a special varnish where they are used the Qualities on which ,..success Is baNd and blood-purifier Is I sold in this way-

r ridges that by twice the travel 01 Thin out the root crop. this process they should be so, for food products. The standard sire are abundantly gratifying to the California because nothing else is li eh$ rIr
cold water
ooth highways Often }n repairing iad drained from the made is 10} Inches in diameter by 28 "
Keep preparing for the fatr. that the 'boiling water in tho which those Fig Syrup Company. G. :M. D. ,
if _
tho pathmaster will, not pre Inches long The price at in
is it its
not be checked moro to "It must be difficult fur two mute to under- So positively certain
nted, spoil the wayin or out of a fieldt Oversee your own threshing.This saucepan may barrels can be produced enables them
than possible. Have ready a saucepan with wooden barrels stand each other!" "Ob, no; simply a mutual curative effects as to warrant iu i
the farmer has made. The farmer is the season for budding. compete favorably ; nndcntandlug."
Jkould not allow this to be done. Th with plenty of water quite boiling, add a a barrel costing 84 cents in wood can, makers in Belling it. as they are doing
Clean the granary for new grain. (ittlo salt about two tablespoonfuls to agallon M.I Thompson A Co., Drll.lCl tll, Couriers- trial
when rondo of be sold for 28 cents through druggists on
Id, if good for anything, ought load small of soda paper, I..., HaU" O.tarrh bent ,
port eay
will do well in shady moist of water and a ere
a they
wagon many times during the year,and Celery willkeep One great feature is.that there is no waste and only ar"cure for catarrh sold.UruggleU It's especially potent in ,curing'
[ loads ([not wet) place. about tho size of acommon nut; this with the process, all :'wasters" ,being nil It,too.S Tetter Salt-rheum Eczema Erysipelas
111,also require a good many heavy them nico color but if too ,
.manure. The easy entrance to the Do not let any weeds go to seed around much is used a tho green will, be spoiled beaten up into pulp again.:; fOlCU'ht"Don'diIlCOIII'IIItOO.,children M Boil"", Carbuncles,' Sore
(greens The of Colnmbus -
yon were not prrfect today< egg
house barn.
,ild may therefore be quite as important four or both in appearance and flavor. Throw A industry is the wa not laid In one d.,." Eyes, Goitre, or Thick Neck, and

> a farmer as to have good roads in the Look out or the suckers will crow<
kiddle of his highway.. -Botto* Cuftfoacinrasrxo lost spring's grafts. the saucepan boil up again at once and rolling pennernlly accepted idea his always been want Hitter building ll up,should take ''. Malaria' Swellings. Groat Eating _,Ulcer

r. Hoe your currant bushes as you do the keep it boiling fast with the cover off, or I that cold rolling would destroy the fibre Indlgesllon. HlldlousneaandLiver\ ,Complaint, rapidly heal under its benign 'in

rest of the plants in tho garden. partly off, not to shut !in the steam. Care I. of the steel and render the wire so brittleas makes the blood rich and pure. fluence. Worlds Dispensary Medical

"' SWEET CREXH.H : There is no more healthy summer must be taken that smoke, from the firo to bo of no practical value. It Is HWasDhia
It appears that experiments mado both drink than good, fresh buttermilk.In docs not get In. Smoky vegetables dcwJ the ore now found, however, that instead of the deed"aid It wa aald very Mr vuln. OnrJirKlns.le.' "My. ht band I Buffalo, N. Y.

t the New,York and West Virginia agrl- extcmely: disMgiccable; push biro becoming \\cakcncd by tho processits '
:banking up celery be careful not to occasionally with a fork cr spoon,
greens tensile strength is nearly doubled. In
Mural experiment stations hive resulted jot soil into the hearts of th; plants! su as to keep them covered, and conked of hot
other word the tensile strength
for sweet
lery favorably cream churning.
The cream should be churned at a tem. Remember that one of the most important equally; when tho stalks are tender they drawn steel wire is 67,400 pounds to the WdeS4Prom -DIGGING

The cares of the farm is the care of ate done. square inch, while that of cold steel wires
rature not above fifty degrees. isalth. Lettuce forms the chief part .of the '
erllt'shows: 1. That sweet cream winds throughout the spring and summer. 103,800 pounds

hould be churned et a considerably lower Whoever depends upon tho public for The two chief kinds are the cabbage and 1'........,.. IS State and Territories hare attended wells for water by the old Plot and Shovel IIICItbt

emperature than acid cream., 2. That a market must consult the wants of the the ro -lcttucc. the former coming into A person that Is weak and debilitated aimmioaaVDryiiifat Jonnlngs' BllSlnoSS College will answer wry well where you ife are and. uUifed health wttimall cad*'

hen the temperature is properly adjusted pubUc: season in !ho early upriujr, the latter during rink It he tells and to Rive quick a wnora par yonr and employer great! risk Is eatlifled to lo net aster frog

l he fat is more fully recovered in churn The kerosene emulsion will kill all the summer. The lettuce is ono of attention cold be ttevoreoallghtlmmallate When the II'IItem of auoh personbrromra HRBHILILLlTTNN.! ., "doC well.which la nothlnga! the beat and wand bus a a ,

log rect cream than in churning sour kinds of plant lice. Try it on your. our most digestible salads, very whole- imprrnnntcd with a deep-erateu cold Ninety per ixint.of whom afterward_nod good remptaole miilnir for Kith from, mach onlhoufe a*kMld.and bogS!cuepool<<" U

ins. 8. That butter is much cosier :abbngo. some, and considered useful when taken It!.almost lure l to near result always In pneumonia fat III. Ihetimely adletwathetlevery poeltlone eome of them receiving salaries rang you will send two pumps k
ing from to 11,800 annum.
heed from milk and requires less work. Generally the nearer the market the it night by bad sleepers. line of Biulth'a hues Syrup at the verybeginning guru per .
Watercress and mustard and cress are of a void will check it at once. Itstlrnely BISHOP FITZGERALD
Ing. 4. That tho flavor is'genuine >ettor tho' product when it reaches the and tine hm undoubtedly saved many llvea Bajm "M, knowledge otMr.It.w.Jenningeuabusiness
flavor-dependent more upon food especially. who csomo when young/ Its tonln properties! unexcelled a''t Its man of nnbUmlnUiol repntntlon and ex. FOR
and less uncontrollable In icnsumer. tender. Cresses are all highly anti-scor good effect ou the clroul.tory..II"m it felt at I .ptlunallyfull knowletlgoot ''''llnNl!affairs.and
upon cuanges benefit in once, preventing congestion of the mucous I knowlodiieof hUincooMat the head ot hll llul dneteataingneefully
There is no applying toyoui butic and though not very nourishing, my
?acidifying the cream.-r-.Vc0 York 1PW.Ineu. membrane and blood vessela. It ia common nee College,' me to commend him and
oil any ingredient which it already ban yet they freshen the stomach, and in thai acm.o treatment for malaria rhllla and oxoollent school with emphasis and without ,
abundance. do great good to the whole system fever cold., Influensa, la grippe eta, and !. roeorve." dnorlblag on, faiuou\ M.-
way far superior to quinine In lie never chlwiry for ilorlug and Orilllrg Welli by tin I latwt.'
e1 I Early varieties of snap-beans and beets They should not be soaked In water, the} harmful after IICtiOnl' In theproecrtption BISHOP McTYEIRK .fntandmeit approved m.thod..'," will mail
FEEDING SWCfE. nice dish before should be obtain d as fresh as possible,, of Dr. John Bull, of Louisville, Bald to a mother whoee eon wanted a poeltlon them lo'00. and yea can see what we have touy. s
]/ In order to obtain the best results' all put in now may give you a and washed quickly. Ky.,In which will It Is nurd almoat universally.Any Hand him to Jennings lltulneM Colleaet a certificate boat tbli certain and easy way of
rost-try a few. druggist get you the remedy. from It. W.Jennlng to your IOD.l'IIC'Om-
around the pigs should be taught to cat i Cucumbers are cooling and agreeable to mending him forBpoeltinn will be ot more benefit 1
?as early in life as possible. In some cases Grow for homo use what is liked at tho palate iu hot weather; to prevent When word.fall to express,try torn reliable to him thnq thnnnnyotharlnnuonoeheconldhave."

t,this will be when they are about two home; grow for the market what the them proving hurtful to the stomach,' the freight line.I tor Thliechoolhuanovocntlona at any time, }'ort..rm"ot tnltlon, stadentacanen-,board.litO", MONEunnnpldlythan Y

|" weeks old. The time of teaching them narket calls for. juice ought to be squeezed out after they expoeurowouldefteelmy was very susceptible to throat colds and The,limits least addroa 8. W. JENMIN08...Principal.!. ._

t will vary. The size of the litter ia some If you have a good crop of weeds In are sliced, sand vinegar, pepper and sell At last I found a cafe guard In Smith's Tonio ----------- -- ------

cases, and in others the amount bf milk your corn field, be surprised if you harvest afterward added. They are rather an indigestible syrup quickly: ( aura It prevent..-Utnry my taking H'ttdun/ cold, Savannah and also, TEN POUNDS yo*mske H In any other famine**

-<. given by the dam, will govern it. Teach a i good crop of corn. > food to most people, especially (,/(1. with Un HIM* tbe capital lnveU& At seas.\ f
lime the Welli yon wake will oral.h lIotllh.glMa.I'Dre
ing them to eat is best accomplished by Farm work is hard work, but who can when eaten in large quantities of two or three The chess player why o pledves his watch for IN | water all! surface _plo.. being. shot. o4
of the
small out of reach of 'Speaking usts fund" to bet on a game with knows auIKbt' permanently.Thi .
a trough less in his
placing she leisure day and feel it ,
a additions to our food, salt, pas nl *adnrtlMmenl will appeat bat easel Cat lpai
? the dam and supplying it with warm, necessary TWO WEEKS .d4,. ..
farmer *
j > >usincss than the uaod. is beneficial, as ii JCartn.I. But and preserve oar *
moderately very Curs
f,sweet, skimmed milk and soaked corn. Keep a vigorous growth of vegetables naturally .timulatiswi'ok or disordered .Lee.. InetfNt.quick Wa' Chinese Jloadai-be and |u>itlre In Dl'lIoAo LOOMI3 &: NYMAN, TITFIN, OHIO>>;

When the pigs get fairly to eating: bo In all moist and malarial places. It will stomachs, and checks fermentation. But sent pre rid 6DtWyaudultiet"K5Lea'iIt.MdWoman receipt or >jl per .bottle.Adder & t % THINK OF IT I 1Ai
the feed
careful to increase as gradually: absorb the malarial gases. if it bo immoderately used it hu a con "

f as the pig's power of assimilation. in- effect Butt excites the appetite, her dlsrue* and their treatment a Flesh Producer there can bOf .
,creaser / Happy is the one who possesses a I and trary if too much used it tents and dries 7ii: >a. e> illustrated prl... Oo. sent upon n.telttofloa.e.alofinalllaqrte.Addrs.mProf... BO fn.stl.a bat that PIANf0UMMER c

Bight here care should be exercised in hrlfty vegetable garden within driving the blood. Vinegar i* cooling, and excites < IU II.Kua SLD..all Arch tiLe Phil,Pa OFFER

feeding the dam. Avoid getting her distances[ of a summer resort. tho appetite, assists digestion, ,is .:rl. hallway SCOTT'SEMULSION ORGAN 1

"off !Let {eed." There is nothing so well The potato bug, the cucurlio, the cutworm good for hot stomach, resists putrefaction. Ti.pr1pular Cistern Line Is running aollttVMtlhulrn -nUT X) Ortob to Aura** and. fcpM ft.*..haenl. Mii>

adapted: to make young pigs grow as the borer and the apple moth are Too much use of it injures the train.conilMlng of beautiful day .foM et ere .' pp.. t'aafc,
and ,
he five enemies of the farmer constitutions. roaches, Pullman steeping dining care.lirtween I'rle-... The Lome*.......
their dam's milk. While feeding the greatest nerves, emucinti-s some Cincinnati. New York .a<1Iicllltun. JaM.lltd.esebdowa.bda. **
pigs liberally the sow should be fed all end he must keep them down or they Mustard quickens the warms All trains run via Lake ('' holding DeemlMrUta. Nclnlereafe,

ahewlil eat of the food best calculated ,rill keep him down. the stomach, assists l in digesting hard during through the tleketiareprivtlvgdtostop emaon, and paw.engen off at thlf 0. settee Btnek-*B,III i.-.

quantities of milk. to foi meats, and dries up superfluous moisture. "world 1ecl .....rt. 1 le sun your ticket read rlMoreUb. OEHTp.rM ever m 4*.
make her give Beets aro a good crop grow UMMER tn aOtor we
It[ seldom with weak stomachs. vi.N. Y., L. Eo A lY. n. lt. Pore Cod Liver Oil and Hraopbospbltn '
Good ihorta mixed with bran, or the lilch cows. They aro more nutritious agrees Soda Writ. .;ClrealarMcauiKii -'
shorts'alone made into a slop end soaked baa turnips and do not impart tho disgrenable Cayenne pepper, black pepper and ginger J edlclMoney .. .ee.I.lle.. Of Lime and AlE nrrett iso<*
be esteemed the best spices of from II to |3 Ii without a rlvaL. maD)!
sums .
} Inretiel in ail
feeds accompanied by a feT flavor that is often noticed of may ...
between weekly or "wuthiywW make you a fortune. I'ID" a ,oGael by J' LUDOEN& BATES
can ot,corn, mako a good milk-giving milk: from cows fed on turnips. Plaster Casts Write for tot I'w"duUo U40DJ. Lewis Co. Security 1 It guru 1890 ,;
Galvanic Coating for ale
ttulUlntf. Kan a City, I SAVANNAH, CA. '
.ration.&OBTICTLTZ7UI.. Common sense urges farmers to give I CONSUMPTION, -- \

f heciselvei and the teams a good long Hitherto in the palranio coating of Timber. Mineral, arm Lands and Ranches SCROFULA. BHONCHint, COUGH AND r"M? A
Mmxouri. K........ 'leia aud Arkansas, COLDI. AND ALL FORM Of WASTING Pit. i
)UCH &n1' 2TCST CO'JE.I rcst after the midday meal. Rarely ii plaster casts there has been a difficulty In tICIuIIII\hul 'i'>lef atUo.. kau a.UiyMo. EASEL AM rlLAIAliLK AH UtLK.Jleaur RXVOIVIl t i irated

Tho next advance la mechanical appliances rork so pressing as to make the non-ob- stopping the pores of the surface BO ef.fCl'tualyas OklsbomsUuut.tluuaand's sseIaerwb.nso poMpeSIA. .p_...... mt Acre are debase NMITI.1D5(of air!>M e I

for the outdoor worker must be crvanco of this ,rule profitable. \ to prevent the gahanic bath receipt or 6J tllol'I.r"Uk.KanaaaVlty.Mu. pofr imitation* --- .-/"minitctanftaS I nu.
the ----- *
into the interior of plus-
in,the horticultural field, so dependent, I Education,does more for a poor farm penetrating first crystaliza- lanafuitnredlnraUlirMHL'UordoubU nt ch. lo* of alt MiMrta, tad 44-1IML IiinnmrUM
ter and there producing'
until a few years ago, upon hand labor ban fertilizers. It grows better crops This obstacle aatW H.r.l sal..rc.tnud.Ia .
tion and then disintegration. ebn.trunprtl
:, Agricultural implements for breaking: up and breeds better stock. What many a to have been .overcome by LQIN ? Ir wr.wbr r
the soil and pulverizing it aro adopted, poor> farm, with its scrawny cattle and I the discovery appears that saturation in tan not .5,.. 1 4lliy m I as link+.reet,tW Iyqrlv.t..t.outb.dealt,lfor Isle::; d

with modifications, to use of the orchard- foul acres wants is a heavy application keep nalleabl* ri .<-lra lMlilaa wnlcB
of the .
only closes up the pores p'oster eJ ..Urn *nl l fur twufftunrne*rtU!] aivt art b4nt
has been madeto brains. unmlabl rut *. Tb s HkfiiH lirKMMON
lit.' Special machinery of but aids very considerably in its strength. lurvolvire aifau anuyvroii>Umm4 spas lkil> r.iU .
stir the soil even better than for field ,Look out for your hogs.; When they Specimens prepared have been covered RELIEVES INSTANTLY.f a with Sno'e aiiua,MMnwi *, '( 4at of piUinpaa te.1sn 1

crops; and to destroy weeds, and to work are full give them a coal l, comfortable with copper ono millimetre thick, a KLYUUUTUEH8.MTarrea 8.t.,N.w York. Price SOeu.WATCU sae [barniltr,5 mnuln t.ry at* trttaS y4.ant y U 'oerral.rrsn4.up.7 J r _

close to trees and vines. For ,ordinary place to sleep. This will make them thickness which is not only sufficient to .lo* will wish.l vrampl you aa aa Luis. /tsri.s.tt.atba.', '

pruning; it is difficult to believe that any grow; and get fat rapidly, because they resist atmospheric influences, but which ue.tOa.HearptlvewUlnvn N t ('rr.lrl'5 5no 5.' ''

thing better can be made than the saws aro satisfied. The place must be dry, enables the surface to be further workedup Hn1TJ & WES. OI ,
la, ilLw
and shears now in use. There is room lean and well ventilated.An and Unshed by band. The price ofa er'lla.Uoatid.paper. pprt.a.

'for invention in the field of gathering ... cast coated with copper is said to be $ iCNMR t 1.4

and preparing fruit for the market, aha one fifth of the cost of a copper catting.
difficult and expensive Experience With Electricity. COH8ININ05ANTICUOf
ia that most
not believe has genius fUBMITUm,
I DO Moxey any ;
.operation of the entire season-the thinning A Kansas City gentleman, Edward E. for business whatever "Why "Here

out of surplus fruit. American Vilson/who frequently a guest; of the lie has far rd seven times In as many years 4aY.44 I

fruit-growers, gardeners and florists need Firth Avenue Hotel in New York, told and he is actually a poor man yet." UU THI OLDI37 11YIILT BTW .D.. r WWCCLi
thetitmoet perfection of mechanical contrivances me here that be had been following i CHAIRS
,and it is a mistake to suppose Lemmler's: case with deep interest, be- MA.V ro..ona are broken down from orer.witrk .' ,A Purely or other Vegetable Injurious Compound mineral. Safe We u.J..r w.a .
there is not likely to be any special Ad. ruse of an experience ethic own in lens rebuild or bnmehuld tbe .y e&rM.>i.m. aiJ Hromu't dilution Iron,bit.r*. and sure always. For sU by all Druffbts.FUIl a 154 1.J )1rMrr R

vance in that field. In California, for which a friend was killed by lightning. more..-of bile, ant nnree malaria. A pri.t d directions for vain! ( with each 1..4.ua.h.n.t., .1el.a

instance, prunes are now picked by machinery T'he incident occurred in July, 1882, Ins pUadU tonio for women and children. packag. Dr.Schenck's new book on The ,,,, s.mt iLcumo etma4lyW. t,
Lung. Uvr and Stomach sin?rug. Ad- Mro.t>- itsOREWELLSluoiim.:.
; then sorted and prepared for thunder storm on the prairie. The than- A cood-natured epiot need to bout that dress Dr.J.H.Schtack SQL Pbtlad !lpblajHEVOLl'TIOM
tho drying trays. A machine now iaaso erbolt struck his friend on top of the she always bad two gad be oi-tbejr were :

will pit 1200 cherries per minute, and head as he was riding on horseback and elbow V II: ) I
b undrenewt sad ORTHAROTei i Iluau.
The children oOBMnl to goo SH gr Pb
one boy can attend to it. Every application asMil diwnwardto the earth killing bed only on condition that mamma give ..
of intelligent mechanics to the lWu instantly, as well as his horse. His th.mact one more Dr. Bull' Worm D.- d.M"NRW"NR.ee Yemaala.eUaa.ae.a
the cost of ....,.,.. They taut w> good. Wertu doa'l RcrAismo. Don't ban IN IInORTIUJIIIH ran 11,
horticultural field reduces hilt. was burned so that it fell to pieces.The Ike them, though. yourwatches b.rrlNl { ,
inch products to consumers and educatesthe electricity separated on top of his ruined bjr incompetent workmeu.V GEORGIA TELEGRAPH SCHOOL .1..1541ab..Y4iawse aLN1a .u.n C
the "I am not a tramp ma'am." Tben what Th. Laad/.g Mekeel. Ill* ...!... Ural
laborer, while still allowing: producer head and passed down on either side, are jnnt" I'm a walking delegate for the employ only the moat skilled t.l.nti a M.'.... .,.....re..I. Ik.Werl. 11..11I souls HYUAX, Catalogue

better Fro .-.Yin Turk Trilune. meeting again at the neck, which was world' fare."_ with tot Is made at par >.. I* writ fer ....1..1.,.. trYIN. OHIO. FRKKIndWblaksrBabtt
watch us repair.
f dislocated, one current being stroogei -- (::01:11..l.lliKNDKKl, $' ... ..Ua.
than tho ether. In leaving the body the Distress nearly like nw as possible. We will 11 you -- *)

rnzscavisa EGGS yoa SIAKKCT. fluid tore a hole in its victim's trousers know cost of work before doing it Bend : gY !!lgt'I!: OP1.II..M cured out paio.M bum Duck ol wlia M*

J at the knee of ono leg, and tore a hole ...- tic,, resent VMEK,
An even temperature and protection After your watch by express to UI.t our Upoln.. =.: e.M.woot LCT.S.IL
features in through the boot on the other leg. The Eating IW ra.- r. ldllf WWt.1a1 U$.
/rom the air ara the leading write to us. J. P. tiuveos:! A Bro., .4 Ir4as..arwrswa I-"" 1------_
af The of collar buttons at the neck of his shirt or i, :::=-:::=:r..r
the pores ..
preservation egg Make
of metal. Unta. Oa. .. ... .. Your Owl Rugs
the shell must be stopped for two reasons were fused into a shapeless mass Indigestion : : -"--.... -
; to evaporation and the consequent A gauze undershirt was literally burnedto Made Easily and Rapidly. PATlurTfI'c.--' :: :=;: rrle* 1JM 'et Ada MicfclM, Ug'S"fc.rfaffW.
prevent And DyspepsiaAre Y- Ascot 16.n/ee.
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drying up of the contents of the ashes-fine powder. A two thousand MONEY THIS and Think It Over I -_r-..w....._w--.--. .u.nti /.. T.I.Je, Phi.

hell and prevent the entrance of the dollar diamond shirt pin was also destroyed Cured by ... |OO re. eke bass eswar as gNt.We W rrr.ase.trar.ru..rr.erpENSIWScPaIPdEJS- "- - shorthand
reduced to ..,tl.i w..w W w..hq -- Telegraphy
being amass eel
air which! ia due time addles: the eggs. the setting *" -IU' UUbu>| llgbi sad.ia i4or.*ai Bill r.
HUM* *"* > gaup "t'llQtI P111DIL, Cat.I..utle
Of tho various plans for stopping thejores of shapeless metal, and the only reminder .,1'.4*..*tHMUaa, It>4tttM M..../....M .....bore7argarr *4ltttio I t:0i cU l UU& iugal., eea.a.
.. ar.wr Lee w nor ass MMuiuy -
and effective of the diamond being a black.trea.lr [Hood'sSarsaparilla P. ddw.a4q ..wso.iMM..r1.k.n1esrs
the most popular ....
I:' the shirt front. "......5.4 Lw I. _wakes t:.sue w.v v -. a. VeIb.n are. .s.
carbon &tw.4'"> Si8 w. to. Kl .M nuaailne.
.. jnodes will be tenet 1re 1. : of on .. L's bra irgi as p. Jufcani .,2t7.Vai.Ki. ,i' .
*- :tt.wit. 4'. ,TiN'N".lIll I u.; _a taurwnl'sass l>f AU. 4IWa4te ll hrraat'e
b 1to Mt practical and effective ":My friend' taco Jegan to get black 1. tara satw ": College,4tt .Ia'a M. jHtaclo. 14 g.
Liming if m I wtS .! .M.nk_Ui.!. n4r..1 !.II_ U&L_ OLD un'TLSU -_-. -_
after he killed, said )fr. PENSIONS s L t W .
method in shortly 'W J.&W. J tauMba.d fatly.
<< for preserving eggs consistsIn Wilson. 'Then the body followed suit., .. WM. FITCH & CO., ..l4im.IxttUaaa .140.., .............. dates Big U u Vb. oelya
P This method
Urge quantities. C. applicative* Mol Imlatmalu rar5Y* aa,.V d.rwtko.rwatv lacing the eggs as soon as gathered It also swelled, so that it filled the coffin 14 Cerooraa BulUla WaeUaiUM.D. U'i'-u. /......* 44.K Wawleilue, L. Co I T O Y1v/. o th' p4rw

from the nests in barrels, kegs or vat, and we could not let even his friends BEECHAM'S PILLS PENSION AHORNEYS .'-.s.Yr LLAw.utnwnl, ll. rSs

1;' filled! with look on the dead ma;. I had bull expecting aamieifejly 5IO5we. *. Colored People W 5 aS 'w'i bar. eigd got
r sufficiently a preservative, ANY MAN has
1' reads .........
would show of.- .Cj all k 44. 1* pinata jrit.7
Kemmler's: body (
, mixture of lime water,to covet them.Tbe that Cure SICK HEADACHE I __ .-" o a ass
of the burning and scorching paribm caa uro>Kit ens..o.ca..ut. ,." K. !tI UII"! rOt' ..art_w.;....
! : eggs are left in thisime water until similar narks fr..l aloe HKiMh ....w..wa. SAM "iii Ull'U.yt' >UU.W..ali "... AI.t:. taSM. Dft lL.t.
for UM or for sale, of the electric fluid ana was not dis :Cents a Box. ... '1'.1._.* U*.h. alu < bsuk.
I they are required AGENTS .r .' T- rssae Mecal.raLa. o ass : ..0. ate bf u.ib aL
out Into appointed. I dont believa this age Iirtady ov ALL 7.RvOG1BT i 1 M.l..*.. II... ..4 ...a.....' AliE.'K.....'.'a..... IIA.. .ppel..p 4415.4U. .re.
r' vhea they are carefully dipped mnnltro L'%-8c YtrlOar. J., Liil5iL a tnrlMlilM.. yri.... ".'r._.f Sew Ckalsw.IL.dew r"jo '. .,,.,... ,,,,,4Tkhty aius. 1311,
,j open crates, waihed and drained. Th to burn op plils..Ja; A, jj. y tiii ti f.>

milk of lime is made by dissolving quick<< f

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... American
Under and by virtue of A decree oforclofture 6' The Great
and Kale rendered by the judge ono'
.F of the Circuit Court of the Seventh Jud i : E; Q
When Ex-Oovcrnor Glcason, many clal Circuit Florida,Hitting In chanceryat a 3 =
years ago, selected the print site! of The Final Result Gives the Nominations chambers, for the county of Brevair, Is Divided Into {100 Equal Parts.It .
dated the 2nd day of August, A, D. 18IKIn l' ; 0o
Eau Gallie\ he had the whole river at his a certain cause 'wherein Amon 1. Old-Time Merchant used to tell you It only haa'tt311
FollowsMAJonITIEs. f
command in making ttic: selection. Large as r Pitta is complainant and Alfred II. Traf o ai b f-I is true the a 2('. paper of pins for Gr,. anti pocket.ton-
bodies of land could be had anywhere ford and Jennie IT. Trafford et al are defendant Fi rr CDA Parts, and.he would se1Lyou him *n opportunity to '
between Tltusvlllo and Jupiter at *, I will sell at public outcry, in 3c A 2c. packet of needles would give cIt
governmenf front of the Court House door of Titnv !? r .P. another 3<.'. of your hard-earned dollar. A quart dipper, worth
or State juices, and when, ho ville -
Brevard Florida C
county, on
made Ills < :'mice\ ant used Ida. efforts to Atkinson, 137 first Monday in October, during the le, ifi 0 0. =a TITER cost you lOc.Ge. brought "enD money,>' and .
have the Agricultural: college establishedat Stewart, 30 j311\oun of sale, for cash, to the high j:1 [ m. .' 7c' and Sc, milk pans invariably had to buy.
est bidder the entire list of every thing you
\ that point where ho now resides, his Hay, eg following described real mOl on through the 10, old
bill of $ at
'. estate, to-wit: : 6. astonish to figure up ft prlre+
Sanders, -', 27 aFr It will, perhaps, you
judgement was governed entirely by the 5 :
A tract of land shown on tho'map of o goods will cost you at "Bnzanr" Price,.
many natural advantages the locatlob There being no opponent tot the offi.cc Bobbins & Graham'a addition to Titus- 0 .. = > a and then see what the square talk withJ.

possessed, and which, it was evident, of Collector, Sheriff or Prosecuting : vlllo as lot twenty-eight, said lot havinga t'2 o: trI Then come around and have a

must sooner or later result In that.point Attorney. and frontage running of sixty back feet a depth on Maine Af eighty street P. TURNER & CO., t!!

becoming one of tho most Important set eight feet said map of Bobbins & Graham's td 0 tjO f-I- "The Loaders of Low Prices.1'SGroceries
tlement on the river. Is now on record In the -. LF
TltiiAville and LnGranpo IJnse- Clerk's office of Brevard 1:0: -
county, or so I':2
Eau Gallie Is situated the mouth of
ball Match. much of above described property as _
the Banana river, with high bluffs rising will be sufficient to satisfy said decree F:; g n E. L. :E3 D 4
from the shore, which is so ;plosely washed and costs of sale. Purchasers to pay 11"
the channel that the I The above baseball clubs played in for titles. .0... 1:1IJ" : ::
by largest stcarnfcrs ('f'f"1
can come within a few feet of the front of the Grand View Saturday after J. P. TcmrEit, :: t:1:: e1d Grain Hay Garden Seed; Fertilizer;' P
noon. After playing five Inning It was Special Master. n1 ,
river bank while the lioautlful fresh I
IlonniNS A ,
IJjt to Stock of
: of Indian River my
water trl'RlII that llowsfrom the prairies decided to call it "a game," owing to its Solicitors for Complainant. 4-Bt. v::; -": I call the Attention of the People '

of the uppur tit Johns, with Its ample being too dark to prove who would be ....,. 0 c: tuple &c l;" miey Groceries, FI.Uit

width and depth, and picturesque banks, the victors. The following Is sent In as FOR 9 O 1i And Food ProductsOf MiPrtac

as It nears tho polnt.where It meets the the score All Kinds. Also My Stock of *p.ni!

Indian river, affords a safe and commodious TITCSVILtB Wines! &S( Spirits rp d 0 Grain Hay Bran Cotton Seed
ys ,
harbor: for all kinds of craft during Runs Outs w lIcaI'letO"on"
: .
: m Food ant Wheat.I
tlmintentng weather. This tributary to Christian I.
0 B in the
exclusively a
c:: "- am, the only house on Indian River dealing
our great highway Is navigable for a Jones, c. f. 2 1 :Bee 's I Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I invite your correspondence :
number of mi from Its mouth, In fact, Gruber, 3rd b. 1 2 PLAIN SEWING NEEDLEWORK AND your patronage. Very truly,
within few miles of that E. L. :T3R..4.D-Y.
a great freshwater Goldsmith,2 b. 1 2
artery of the Stale,,tho St, Johns Curtis, 1 b. 0 1 OIG-i .ES, ETC. EMBROIDERY. .

river, and It has always been tho dreamof 8l\nlle'rlll r. 1 2 .OF THE FINEST QUALITY, : ANNIE SIMMONS offers her

Eau Gallic's founder to connect the I Skinner, e. 0 2 OO TO MRS' in the above line to the GEORGE M. BOBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM,.
two most Important waterways of the naney, p. ; 0 2 Ladies of Tit us ville. Prices moderate. Attorney-at-Law. Attorne f-at-Lary.

State so that steamers 'will bo able to Norwood, s. I. 2 0 Lesley & Itannkcr. Prompt attention. '
ply- 'between, Jacksonville: and Jupitervia hoses,Main turret near Ice factory.
Robbins & Graham!
the St. Johns unit Indian, rivers, a Total 7 15I.AOnANoE Families Supplied.w.N.HENDRY. William. : : 37-u.tola; ,;

'dream which lit about to be realized in Drayman.
the near future. Hauling done at reasonable rates. Attends -
nUDIOutll departing, and meets all arriving
When this connection I"I mado, by cut- Carillo, c. 2 1 Dealer in trains. Real Estate Dealers..
ting the projected cinal, it will not only Drltton, 1 b. 1" 2 Orders left with G. B. Rumph or at

*l>o utilized! for purposes of travel and IUchard, 2 b. 1 1 General Merchandise ADVOCATE. office will receive prompt ,

transportation, *but will accomplish the henry Titus, p. 1 2 attention.11.L'rosohor. ALL KINDS OF PROPERTY BOUdllT, SOIJ3r AND EXCHANGED.;.

drainage of the vast prairies that jlie to F. Mime, s. e. l' et, 1 DRY GOODS, ,

. the west of Eau GI'llIer and northward E. Mlmll, c. I. I 0 2 TITUSVILLE, FLA., Members of Brevard Abstract of 1111) Company ,

as far ns Itockledgc; and even to Salt Howell Titus, r. f. 1 :2Talus NOTIONS, Keeps a full supply of Metallic and

Lake, and by confining the St. Johns to I. I. 0' 8 STATIONERY, Wooden Titnsvillc Brevartl Co. Florida..
its channel, reclaim one of.the, largest IcCollollgh, 3 b. 1 1 Collins, Cases and Caskets. ,

;and richest bodies 'of sngar and vegetable J Choice Groceries, Funerals attended if desired. All or- P. O. Box, 2.,: 0.
land In the St'ato. 'Total ders promptly executed, and at reason
,8 13 MIMS, FLA. /j" able rates. Embalming done. 2 We Buy and Sell All Kinds of Real Estate, and are SoI 'Agents for
With the many advantages: ,' of whichourspactiwill large list of carefully-selected Properties In all parts of Brevard county.
not permit more than a KF.MAIU.E Information furnished as to character, location and value of any. Pt>>
Titusville Presbyterian! Sunday JTolxxa. oA111.s1cr;
, hint*, it will enlty.bo Been that the point School. HODGES & GODFREY perty on Indian River.
referred to l destined to become of CONTRACTOR FOR
one .
\ Manufacturers of Our facilities for the transaction: of a general Real Estate business are unequal|
the largest towns In the county. The and every effort w ill be made to give perfect satisfaction to Intending Purchase-J
I Banana river section is rapidly developing B..eret r)"'.Unnrtrrljr Iteporf. Third Qnar.ter. Yellow Pine Lumber ARTESIAN WELLS, who may favor us with their patronage. '. I

and unless the navigation via Banana :
, Eau Gallic, Fin. 4CONTRACTOR No Properties listed unkss the Title is Perfect..
creek should be greatly Improved, or .
I i
the proposed railroad constructed from clalll class per cent Orange Box Ileadi P. J. H11L=i, Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring large bodies, of to-
"TltuHVllle to Canaveral the trade of average attending Priced Lands. '
that section will naturally flow to Eau 1..W. E. Daly,. ... ...6!. ..... 8310.0.9 Fruit ft Vegetable Crate & BUILDER, Write for Descriptive Catalogue.
2. ... .... ... . 41... 802152523..Mrs. Lumber delivered at any part of Indian Riveron
Gallie. The Improvements being made, ( through bill of lading. Anyone contemplating Titusville, Fla.
lndwin..5ti-12.,911 building the East Count,would to well to
and under contemplation, at this point, 4.;.S. n. "'alker... ,1).... .. ..,881-18 write for jirlren. The Sawmill Hunted on the Estimates furnished on application. .
by the Ru\ilwny\ company, have attracted 1).Mrll. Dixon .... ..6i.. ... .. .SI! J.,T.& h. W.It;..II mile..utb of J'alatka. Correspondence and patronage solicited EDWARD ST1LING. ALBERT A. TAYLOB.
''attention and the G..Mrl. Itumllb.... .S.Ii..... ....84 2.27Averages. Agents:Cocoa,E. Billing;Eau Oa111e..Eu. gene auto
> during coming season Brainerd. & "ISat.sunia
many: settlers will no'doubt, Jocate Ticio.I. ...:. 501.8..84487-5507 Illglit. ,'iitiinii co., Fin. "VV' 3VI. 'toil: ,

The lands In the vicinity are of good Number on roU.... .;.. ..75

quality, and 'the surrounding exceedingly JIOLL OF noon GEO. ALTREE, BRICKLAYER & PLASTERER, INDIAN RIVER FLORIDADEALERS

healthy. The citizens are
progressive, cultured, and well- nately did not have a regular'''teacher, Titnsville IN '
Fla. Work contracted for of
on any part
I to-do beauty; and of the the Eau unique Gallic and liver picturesque will bo a every the entire Sunday corps of teachers was present Agent for Pianos and Organs; Florida Indian River. 8 Gasoline and Gasoline Cans ; Doors Sash
Brick and Lime; New Process Gasoline
|revelation to anyone who has never on- ,
[tered its harbor The Treutler Hotel, class. scholars. Will at all times handle every discript- EDEN }MOULD G. 1
I which occupies a commanding position ion of Now and Second Hand Furniture.In 11 Galvanized Well Pipes, f, 1,1J & 2 Inch Iron Pipe One-Man Cross-Cut Sa|
.1.. .. .... ........J. M. Dixon fact will anything to the ;
I en a high shell bluff, is open the entire 1.... .... .... ... M. C. Weaver wants of the get People.Tradesmen's supply Two-Men Cross-Cut Saws; long-handled Shovels,Hoes, Spades, Forks. ,.Rakes
I year, and no.better place can be found 2... .... .... ...Bertie Mabbette Soiled Stocks Disposed of. I iw'
I for tho invalid, settler, or tourist to 8..Luba Dixon Will sell on Commission by private treatyor PINEAPPLE
3.... ,... .... ...Frankle Eaton Public Auction, anything want
I upend a few weeks. Sailing, bathing 3.... .... .... ....Maggie Martin to turn Into you .
and fishing may be indulged In to porfcctlon 4.. .. ... .. ,, Lena Gardner Cask advanced money.on Goods for absolute ; rni"
( In the Immediate vicinity. 4.... .. .. .... ..George humph Bale; .n+?iu+oo ntusPo+i.+mrkwka7t J
0.... .... .... ....Florence Norwood PLANTATION. "'
The remarks we have BOCA fit to make

[in. regard to Eau Gallie are not Jllomptod 6 6..Ethel;... .... .. ", ....IceyStewart Rumph KNOX the Painter ..o4
by Any personal interest in her welfare 0... .... .... .. ..Augusta Stewatt T. 33. :3Liolaa.ir,
I and consist of unvarnished U..., .... .... .,.August Delsner Will do' and ALL KINDS of PAINTING Eden Indian Florida.
simply -
0. ... .. .. .. ,. ....May lllake any River \..r.T."VV' --..".
[facts, without any intention of reflect. 0. ... .... .... .. .Charlie Gaiter such as House and Sign Work, tt.V >'
[ing,upon any other points. Our aim IsU Graining in Distemper or Oil sMJJL: .
| > do justice to every portionof Colors; Paper Hanging or -
field, which Include Bre 1.... ..:..'. .,..Mrs. Weaver Stencil Work, Antiqueand Drnymnn, Wood Cook Stoves Parlor Heators E ,
our *
1.... .... .... ....M. D. L.Dodon Will attend to all kinds of Hauling,
yard and Dade counties, and give such :2.... ... .. .. ....George Uronning Mosaic Glass Wagons, Village Carts, WheeIbarrowsg:
I prominence to the peculiar! advantages 5.... .... .. .. .. .Carrie Norwood. Stain. promptly, cheaply and expeditiously. Wash Tuba, Cedar Floats, White and ;
lit may possess as Its Importance may &.... .... .... ...Fannie Gray Special attention to Natural Wood Will deUver baggage for passengers Tots, Safety OU Cans, Ash and Brown Ptahet. SheefLe!
1).... .... .... ...Charlotte Finish. "- Spruce Oars; Jr. Tool, ,
I shall avoid, showi Spencer arriving or departing on train or steam- Zinc, Tin Manilla
warrant. We always ; nOPe; Lime, Cement, Hair
0... .... .... ....Jeunette WiLoa All articles of Furniture made to look Ochre and Fire Plaster Whiting; Yellow -
i ing any prejudice In favor of Titus ville 0. .... .. .. ...Willie English! as well an new. Estimates and work boats. Nails Oar Clay Padlocks; Step Ladders, Long Ladders, 73 Keg of
and its vicinity?or any other neighborhood 0.... ,.. .... ...Agnes Johnson done anywhere Indian River. Can be found at the Railway Station BOYDELL'S locks HOUSE ,Flags,Poultry Netting Staples
I believing as we do that the inter- 0..-.. .... .. .. ... Nellie Smith Office on the ladder, TnrSVILLB:, FLA.W. or at my residence in South Titusville.U. AU the above and large Variety AND Ol other Goods are In stock ETC bolD"ire.
I out of every ]>art of our field are mutu- 0.... .J.. .... ... May Mabbette R. KNOX.. t S. Mall Carrier.. a to. and .. constant'added

:tl, awl that no settlement can become Report rendered Sunday Sept. 28th 18- _.-- ------- ..- --- ----

jj hiuiqU>r0 pcrouii being or affecte'd populous beneficially without ,other and 00. II.' TX.UHX NOBWOOD This Space Reserved J. S.

|md their growth stimulated. A few Note. Claas No. 7, Mrs. Prof.Schell'g, Watson i Co.

ve"k*ago we spoke of the wonderful with 8 boys, and class No. 8, with nine FOR !

enl<.lbnumt of the ilneapple region girls, were organized to-day. *

Lnd of the ,- --- --
more recently improvements

being mad at Mini, and the -advantages GEIGER & BELCHER Commission .

offered'settlen In that neighborhood. ,

t; seemed proper at this time to notice ,

[lie advantages of Eau Gallie, and it i* .t. '. ... FORIARDINlF
1 {;> :j '.
lur intentien to the our readers, especi- : 3 Dealers in I MERCHANTS '

illy those In distant ktates, who think 3q tC .

locating in }Florida! a statement of theIvantagt

of each neighborhood in our c; MERCHANDISE.THE Dealers in Fertilizers
ield: but we believe that ins tend of at- N.t <::> 1 .

mptlng to do justice to a number of :: tda I: *. XIouaoi-Mo ,
binta in each iwme that we can do it 1 tzj : &: Cost OarUen Seed*'

lie ore by satisfactorily one --by-taking- ---them---up 7" 1Zt ADVOCATEJOB Orange Boxes, (Crates & Paper.i 1

-. o t-; f'8 CEMENT, PLASTER t IMS. U:.
Notice of Dissolution. 0.2 t-3 OCALA

HIS it to certify that tbe firm of J. W it8S : Agents for the C. F. T..REFRIGERATOR CARS: :

S. Watson & Co. dissolved co-part- w ",. PRINTING OFFICE .STm hraL.1a Can When )J rod see that
cDto they are properly I.oADED.JCEDBJ1I
1la duo the late linn are to be paid tor. .. We .iU Buy all kinds peatlaatbo,
J, S, WaUon all claims against, said Vegetables
; ,we will Buy and Sell anythinglU Fun and SkiDs i in fa
w to I* paid by Mr. J. S. WaUon. to
J. S. Witsoir, I Correspondence solicited on
S. U. JUT DESIGNS. GIVE US A TBIAL any wants you may have.

Bespectfully J. S. WATSON k

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