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 17, 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
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oclc - 34175701
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System ID: UF00079908:00114
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1'OFFICIAL. UIKECTOKY. Courtney. LOCAL NEWS. -J. S. Watson & Co. want 1,000 boxes -J. S. Watson & C('. want 1,000 bushels -J. S. Wat son & Co. arohoadquartoMfor ;; '.'

Many ofjntr"readers wlx have business from of lemoun.Mr. of guavas. nil kinds of fertilisers.. '.f\I(. '
time to time with the Sate or County OllluUls .
W. J. Kcsliitt, of Melbourne, Gardner& Son have replenished their ,
are i put to contldcralilo inconvenience to aver -Mr. John Cameron U tack' agnlaafter ?
the Mr. Jas. T. Sanders hits been visiting Society and General Oomlp In rnnnrrtlon made a flying trip to town Monday. shoes and clothing with new goods In 6
!of the oniolnl\ i
Ula Mann whom they wish to .
atl1rMt! :' With tide fort in mind are have l>ic- his parents this week. with InURnltv..1'! < and Lake' Worth ..eotlonit -Garilner & Son have a complete line latest styles> and can offer bargains nt a his. month's visit to Atlanta. '

pared the following directory, width will, no Mr. C. II. Walton of Tltnsville, has ilnrln$1.IIMt wwlu ntirfluentkmof of chemisette, corset covers and Ferris'corset : uniall margin. :=LiultcH who desire a pcrfcctilUlnjrwellmade ,
.doubt,be fceqnently referred to. Interesting F.ventsl About People You waists. Horace Grccly's daughter : stylish and tluraWo corset;, t, T i
/'> STATE OFF1CEK3. been on a fuw days' visit to Mr. and Mrs.W. Know, unit People Von Daft Know1'lfUol says should try the "1'. D.,"' for sale: by Gardner ..
'oovet r-Francisl'.Fleming. Wilson, of Courtney. lie returned up by Our Society; Killtor. -Special' offer this month of Indies' "When man is so stingy ns to borrowa & Sou. , *, ::, '
$,1.00 and $.).00 French kl J shoes for 2.50 :
when ho U able to buy, he '
Secretary of State-John L.Crawford. homo on l\toudayuight's steamer and $ .//jO. Geo. R. lt I111lh. newspaper John J. Edwards of Br okl1 1,0 ", ; i

Treunteivf Comptroller.1i.luoxam.) Frank J.Pong. Mr. S. B. Symmcs, a gentleman from -Get the ADVOCATE at Dr. Screven's.Five -Miss Willie May.1 of Hocklcdgf,tllrt. his will tecth.V talk !through his own none to save K.. Y., arrived In. town on Wednesday' : } ,.; at

jUtorney-Ceneral.JJ. Lamar. Boston, Mass Is working like a Trojanon Cents per copy. ed for ]homo Saturday morning from evening's train. 'l ,

well.'Commissioner: .; o( Agriculture-L. D. Womb- Ms orange grove, as well as doing a -:.Mr. W. S. Wagstaft, traveling correspondent lafticeville[ to attend on her mother, with-J.fresh S. Watson garden&seeds Co: can cheaper supply than you -Mr. W. AK B 'ngh, and Mr., S?, F.' ;' M i 4 }

'!$utd rl1i''nelent'; of Public Instruction J. little business in general merchandise of the TimffUnion, gave our who wits rather indisposed.Mr. you can send off and !got them. Try us, ,GlbbH, of Melbourne, were in tow this' .
.Ru eell., that Is office a call Saturday mornings and for yourselves. week. '
Mr. W. Wilson has "a horse pnrtlcularly La line P. Ely, Master Willie see '

State AdjutnU4eneral--David Chemist-N.Roblnnon.Lang. fond of sweet potatoes. Whenhe >Money I )Money 1 f I' Money t I II! -to Ely and Miss Carson, of Mclboorne,came Subscriptions for tho ADVOCATE maybe -Mr. Stovo. Geiger amt his brUtd arrived : .1

State noaniof Itealth-tt..Daniel,president j feels like it lie visits the potatoe patch, loan on real estate. Apply to Robbins& up ,to town Monday amt returned the left with Mr. L. C. Hughlett by In town,, from Cocoa, ..Wednesday :

3.State P. Wall Health,W,K.Officer Hyer.-J.Y.Porter. and digs them up with his fore-feet. Graham, Titusvllle, Fla. following day: in the yacht Lottie. tho residents of .Cocoa and vicinity, evening, and are stopping at tho Indian l ,

rutted States Senators-Wilkinson Call and Mr. E. P. Porcher has had a four Inch "Democrat's" article on the nomination "'='We are not !selling at cost, but our which will be placed promptly on our River Hotel. wMr. ,

Samuel- Memberd ruco.of It. Darlclson. and artesian well bored at the back of his of Mr. Atkinson U too personal, dress goods are going at such a small list Tony Cnnova,', had bad quite a ;#
R. M.
,F.6.Oemdrlehv Congress house. During tlie driving of the well, and is declined with thanks.., margin that It will pay you to give us a *The artesian well recently put downat lengthened stay In New York and, other

State Senator-Gardner Itardce. on Saturday, it got'telescoped, and operations -Editor Metcalf, of the Melbourne call before purchasing elsewhere Gardner Indianola by Mr. N. B. Johnson,,appears places, but was very anxious' to, return .

)County'Representative W*8.Xorwowl.In the legislature for Drevard were suspended' for time... Xem, hall been away on a two weeks' & Son. to have a Mg ilow. With plenty to his houio at Kocklcdgc yesterday, ;
... : One of the largest orange packinghouses trip, and left hero for homo on Saturday -Mrs. Valentino, of TUlman, who has water Amt fertilizer advance friend Joltn on'sor.mgo -One of the largest shipments' of fish/ %,

Ji.si';.V'Mange. .. of Temperature..:.' I on Indian River is now being morning's steamer been stopping with her family at 'st. trees rapidly. over sent front Tltusvlllo In One day was

_-'yFol'tlle:: week ending-' last night, Oct. built by Mr. T. II. Sanders, wlitf owns -Mr. and Mrs. Lucas of Eden came l'aul,3I1nn., for over year, Is expected -Attention is drawn to tho now advt. )yesterday, when our.fishermen'dispatch

;,19;1890, as recorded at the U. S. :Signal the finest orange grove on Mcrritt's up to town on Sunday's steamer, and back next Thursday,accompanied by Mr of Kohn, Furchgott &dealers Co., Jacksonville, 118 barrels to bavanualtandotherpolnts.. '

-office Titusville' Florida: Island. stopped at the Grand View for a few Fred Valentino. wholesale und retail In dry goods, -Mr., F. :M. Ironmonger- tho 110p1llfFlolttll
i-r. ?1 OCTOBER. matting etc. It Is said to ho a
carpets, ,
before home.A .
.1SS9.;. Ya'x., Min. 1800. 'Iax. Min Mrs. Porcher and daughter expect to days returning "':'Two or three articles are crowded most reliable ]house, and our: Indian \ passenger agent for tho Clyde ,'s

<0,' 70 63 SU 71 move into their resilience near the church busy scene presented itself to the out this week for want of space, among River anti Lake Worth readers would do Line, managed to spend' lust Sunday, 11'fttllvlllo. .\ .

-,10 -*, 77 'M BJ: 72 next week, and Mesdames Porcher, Wilson eye at Allen's Hall during the week, them being a communication from Mr. ALomb + t;
11.a/,,81., 82 70 well to give them trial. See their nd.
'12 ; 82 .109 67, 78 7- Smith, and others are anticipating where J. S. Watson & Co. are busily.en J. F. Wooten, of Rockledge, which will ; 4. Continued on Page 8 *; .
138.1' : '00 88 some enjoyable times at the choir practices gaged packing oranges for the northern appear In our next Issue. on page ," '
.t, '13 -Tho Republican convention advertisedto ,
J the markets.
14" '803 811 at Episcopal church.
-Mrs. ChamO. Blytho and Mrs. J. R.Miot .
15"67 63 83; 71 Messrs.! Grant(: Nesbltt of Indian- tako place Wednesday, at Melbourne SWEENEY :
16:;fj\\. 72. Ga .00 Ntt' Mr. W. Wilson, who( took a trip with ola hard at it Improving their of Indianola, who havo been on a came oft ns, Announced, with THE ,J. W. ; :
'- ). Mr. Oscar Hall to the Narrows' Is at proeery visit to Mr. and Mrs. Knlfiht,. of Canaveral ", ;
;', 4''" and their trees in both tho following result: Nomination for representative .' 1'
home again, after having been nearly exterminated orange Lighthouse, returned homo Sunday, \ '
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.United 1 for Life.The'GelgerCurtls" I E. P. Branch clerk of '
looked to be in a thriving condition x
\ .1 ... .., by mosquitoes in that sec. groves have had a ploimant'tlnio at the dca-stdo. t "
< when seen on Sunday.Mr. court, E. Bralnard; nhorilT J. 0. Simmons of the ,
:< rf T' ;' :-- tion. Wo presume these gentlemen hada -Last Thursday's<< l"lorldlStandard A Handsome Passenger East ] ; ,
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collector assessor
G. N. Hatch, of CltyI'ulntcame ; ; HQ
Wedding at lively time of it. I up to town Monday evening, on his way says: 'Ir Walter S. Graham promi- n, W. Jerome; treasurer, Brady Bowers; Coast Transportation. Co, r'" ,

". Cocoa on Wednesday. A branch of the Farmers' Alliance has to Jacksonville to obtain more goods for nent journalist: of TlttiMville, |III In the county solicitor, L. Balnnrd. R. W, !. j
been here with Mr. Soabrook city en route to Now York. IIo will sail
II. Stewart .
Goode chairman C.
The event of the season in Cocoa was hilt new store at Indianolii, which will ; sucty.Wo .
Sams as president and Mr. E. P. Porcheras on the Clyde steamship Cherokee at (From Wed nelldl\Y's DtlitU Staddard4) '
: the'marrlage of Mr. S. D.: Geiger, of Ti- probably open next Monday.. It will be met a gentleman on the steamerSt. :

,tusvllle, to MUs Ida Curtis, of Cocoa, secretary. This branch Is enrolling a boon to settlers in that locality. noon to-day. AU/IIKtlne'thlll/ week, and ho gave a Tho East Coast Transportation com-
at'.thev Church lady members as well, and all anticipate -Wo were asked the other day If we J. I bt* .
Episcopal Wednesday Jupiter special arrived just! as wo were very expressive Idea of tile delights of puny' new steamer, WVSwecnyj j t.
afternoon, October 13th. some pleasant social evenings during the !going to press. 'rho telegram says the saw tho young lady at the Hotel Indian tho bono fever which prevails In the) lying Itho old F, A J. ralfromt Otn.tllmy's -\ .

'Early in .the to afternoon assemble-tho friends congregation : from- coming winter. train between Jupiter Lake Worth commenced River, Rockledge, last winter who had a West Indies. Ho said that often, when dock being remodeled,. painted{; ; ;' .W

City Pont, Rockledge and Merritts Is- running yesterday. 2,00011m. of girdle made of silver dollars' Wo said first attacked, did ho Ho In' his berth upholstered.. She will be. rbftdy lor r
turtle will be shipped to-day by Mr. F, U. '
land-all anxious alike to see the ceremony Melbourne. Everett. Capt. Vaill is trying to raise we had nut seen it, but all tho sane we "and revel In luxurious recollections. of her trip[ to tho Indian rivet about,tho 7'I

that made these popular young persons the floating hotel Rocklodge.Mr. considered it great "waist" of money. happy days when ho was only sea-sick." 2Jth: InNt. ', ;*'. i !,'. .
man and wife. By two o'clock tho
.Church was full, all seats occupied and E. Thrall & Son were engaged last J. W., Merrill, lumber mer -Mrs. Gauldcn and family and Mrs Anyone why has been son-kick on tile This Is. .,'t now steamer, built last year :

many gentlemen standing. week in plastering Mr. Branch's now chant in a large way of business Kan- Stovens returned, Wednesday evening ocean will bo .ablo to form an idea of by .Sweeney Bros., steamboat)builder*, at: /
2:15 the bridal party appeared and from their visit! to Painted at tho time Evansvlllu\ Ltd Sho intended '
At bouse. sas City, Mo., was In town this week on prolonged how happy ho was wan originally
tho 'procession formed on the church Posts, N. Y., having spent a very enjoyable to bo used as a freight boat, on
his that
Veranda, headed by Messrs. D. A. Dick- Mr. W J, Kesbitt took a trip to Titus- way to charming spot-Tropic, -Mrs. S. M. Lorlmlcr and daughters,
son and L. C. Ilughlett (the ushers,) yule last Monday. Wo did not ask what where he purchased the grove and homeof time while away. Mr. D. L.Gauld tho Misses Susie and Laura, and Master tho Ohio river for transporting cotton '
L. T. Daniel and Miss Ollie en went as far as Jacksonville to meet and naval stores but wax bought short
next Dr. for, fearing we might uo answered. that Mr. Jas. Stewart. We understand he Joe, returned hero, Tuesday, from a tripto < .
Lapham (the 2nd groomsman and bridesmaid is going to build almost Immediately, various places north all looking well time ago !by. tlij) East COMr 'r 'ablp rtt-
it of business.Mr. .
was none our them.Mr.
next Mr. Lichty and Miss Bertha
;) and -To the ladles of Tituavllle. My dressmaking Geo. Glcason, returned hero on and in tho best of spirits. They were tion company And brought totJacbot': !I' .it
Curtis .((1st groomsman bridesmaid) S. F. Gibbs kindly left us a ;
I remodeled and flttod'up Rt'aV
and the bridal party in the rear. The department is now ready. Satisfaction Tuesday evening from his prolonged away about threo months; .and Miss vlllo Who '
marched the Isle to the flue pine, one of the largest Key Largo visit to Now York and left for his homo steamer '' -".' : "' '
;procession up guaranteed you. Your expression Laura says she enjoyed herself so much passenger .J',
'accompanyment of the strains' of the pines we have seen this year, from hfs of the urgent need of it here Induced at Eau Gallic next day. Tuesday's Timtt- that_ her avoirdupois has Increased by The Sweeney Is. 134 feet long;'Mf'foet'' '

Prof.wedding Schuyler march, and delightfully were met rendered at the alter by- plantation at East Melbourne. me to add this department. If supported Union says: G. O. Glcaxon and wife are fifteen pounds. Wo gladly welcome them breadth of beam over all antI ,draws;2jt/ fInches

by Rev. J. N. Jones, who performedthe Miss A. E. Carson' and Messrs. LnRue It will remain as a permanent Institu expected here early this morning on the back to TituHvillo, and hope some good of water. Sho has two high prcs..< y'

short but impressive ceremony in his and Willie M. Ely started'Monday morning tion. It depends with you. Geo. B. steamer. Algonquin.It Samaritan will rent them a house, so sure vondunslng engines walt;: oylin l nt, 0 .,

best' manner making the happy couple on the Lottie for Tltusville, with Rumph. 0- Is said that tho raising of pineapples that they will not havo to return to 12: Inches Jy" feet In size, and two largo
,man and wife for life. The Bride attired Willie Ely as skipper. When last seen ; ,
steel boilers. Her speed will,b" twelve
in a becoming costume of white mull -The watch club is transferred from may possibly be a future Industry Jacksonville. I
with'.white silk and lace trimmings; she was making fair progress with a Sanford to Titusville. Members pay at Vlcksburg, Miss. A Mr. J. W, Banes, Engineer FitzGorald Is still busily miles per hour. The engines and: mar,!

(looked her best; she was very calm, and light wind.A their Instalments to Mr. Geo. Altree at we are told, has now, among his experimental engaged on the steamer St. Sebastian chlnery have been througly' overhauled

seemed all1, from her very expression, to say number of visitors were over from the auction rooms. Appropriation every plants, one apple which Is nearly We are Informed that considerable improvements by T. Murphy, the machinist. >:The satire ,-- .

to The bridesmaids am happy.wore attired in tasty Melbourne beach last week. We may Satnrday morning at 10 o'clock. Certificates ripe, and U of an Immense size. Haues are being made, an well as work of rcinodoling tho steamer and' f

cashmere with silk trimmings. soon look for the return of those who are deposited in the bank for pinery will be some years old before it removing the Inside wood-work of the all carpenter work tan been done byMr"

The groom wore a neat, black cutaway have been summering north, and expect safety. Money sent to Sanford will be equals Capt. Richards' place at Eden. stern wheel, strengthening It with Iron, David Thompson, of this city. The*it'po .,
suit; he, also. All was the very calm and selfpossessed. they will bring a number of friends with credited by Mr. II. B. Lord. -Mr. F. B. Sackett, of Heath, was in etc. It Is sliM that tho various Improvements per deck has !been extended forward end;
gentlemen cutaways
and as to how they appeared wore to them to enjoy the delights of winter' -Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Field of Indian- town a day or so this week, which was she Is undergoing will cause the tlroly up to the bow post, and a Qo.mmo-/; l

the congregation: we respectfully refer surf bathing. ola, left here, for home Saturday morn- his first visit in many months. His Sebastian to draw three Inches less dlous saloon built fur the accomnibdatlou -''. ,

the. readers to the ladles. The ceremonyover The Republican primary was held at Ing last. Mrs. Field has been on a many friends were pleased to see him in water at the stern, and she is looked for of passengers. Four stato 'room

.dcnce, the of !party Ir.- A.adjourned A. Taylor to, where the resi-all Stewart's Hall on Saturday to elect del- week's visit to her sister, Mrs. B. It. town again. He Is, we believe the only ward to be tho fastest steamer on Indian are being bandsomely fitted! up; lit tho '

. engaged In.,lively music and conversa- egates to tho County Convention to be Wilson; and also to her father, Mr. grower of coffee in this county, and sold River. Honors, however, may bo divided rear of the saloon and cabin Is',another

tion. Fully one half the people in town held at the same place on Oct. 15th. C. Feaster, of LaGrange, whom she had not about 2 jlbs) or more to the Agricultural between her and the (Sweeney. largo open space on deck, with plenty,, 1.

went down to the dock to bid the happy H. Stewart, R. W. Goode, Dr.. W. M. seen !In about four years. Mr. Field reports Department at-Washington this week, -The Travelers, corner Bay and Cedar of room fur dancing. The pilot houju

pair moved'adieu off ;with and as flying the flags St. Angustine a great Fee and J. J, Player (colored) were the things at Indianola as being In a which no doubt, will bo distributed streets, Jacksonville Fla. A new brick has been moved from the salon deck and v'

shower of rice was scattered upon them ones chosen, we believe. flourishing condition j among those who apply for It. hotel, nearest to all railroad stations and placed on the hurricane deck. '_ This
who could within shall be if steamboat; landings. !:.pec1aUyaddptel duck has a guard rail entirely around It
by every one get Last Wednesday, as the St. Lucia was -News came to hand Thursday evening -We glad our correspond- furnished
transient business. Elegantly
throwing distance.We cuts at each place on the river will "give and will bo provided with/seats'for, _
plowing through the Narrows, the officers last that Mrs. C. P. Eacott was in rooms, single or en tuitf. Table
havenever seen a ,couple receive those that wish to view tb.{beautiful
moresincere congratulations than did and crew were startled by hearing very poor health at her home In Urbana, honor to whom honor Is due; throw a. good as the best. This hotel was built, 'f >
animus or Ill-feeling aside, and give furnished and operated as a $1.00 a day Indian river bay front an 'at1on./ r
Mr. and Mrs. Geiger. : cries of distress issuing from the shore. Ohio, and it was requested that Mr.
On their arrival in Titusville, the sweet, I As quickly as possible Capt. Bravo stopped Eacott return home at once. Mrs.Eacott's credit to those who are making Improvements house while; rates the are service now reduced Is better to than liiUX ever.a The upholstering is being done by KJobn ;

warm the -south wind whispered Nature's'among : the steamer and hastened to the assistance illness and the difficulty of rent- and helping to build up their day Breakfast from 6 to 9; lunch from 1130: Furchgott Co. Mr. John Lloyd of tna
fragrant pines, and voice place -no matter whether they be friendsor dinner from 6 30 to 7i0. This carpet department pf this firm, was bar'
in mystical harmony chanted a vesper of the imperiled person. Arriving ing a house in Titusville, no doubt compelled to 2 SO;
not. We do not wish to make our Is the only hotel In Jacksonville serving lag a beautiful BrusHoht carpet pot down ton
hymn: to their life-long happiness as opposite the spot, a Mr. Ballardwas Mr. Eacott to give up his idea of
they wended their to the Indian district news a receptacle for free advts., regular meal at these hours. All oth- the floor of the saloon yesterday.The
way found snugly ensconsed in the top starting in business here again, and con- at least one hour later. Use the
River Hotel while its foot but would like to treat all In a fair and ers company ,Is sparing no expense; tq I
of a tree, at sat a huge sequently he started for Ohio Saturday Travelers omnibus the tickets save 23
TILe arrival of Mr. and Mrs. Geigerwas
make this boat the finest and the
anxiously looked for Wednesday black bear gazing wistfully upward. morning, much to the regret of his many straightforward manner cents ou each person each way. Burton 'altO .

evening by a number of our boys, who Bruin, evidently tiring of his plentiful friends In town who hoped to see him -The Ice-cream festival at the Presbyterian K. Barn Proprietor fastest on the-Indian river. _

la Won in the night gave them a sere- palmetto berries, cocoa plums and. sea and his family reside here this winter. church, took place last Friday _"The English} colonists near this city The J. W. Sweeney, will lx-csomniaa-: ,
nade at the Indian River Hotel We said to be In flourishing condition. ded by rapt R. I", Faddlsoo;tontterly.. f
little attack. announced. The are a
number grapes.-and desiring a meat, -We learn (from the Tivut-Union) evening, as previously o
uuOortUad they received( quite a
wedding presents: also a cake, presented ed Mr. Ballard, who defended himself that the steamers Sweeney and St. Sebastian attendance was fairly good, and the takings Col Philips' elegant and commodious captain of tho steamer Rockledge.! :The

by Mrs. S. IL Ray. The ADVO- as well as he could with a bash hook, will leave for Indian River about amounted to $21. Those who had dwelling of twelve roomllsDearlngC I m- purser will be ;Mr. Geo. F. Paddison who '

VATS -wishes them every jby and inflicting several wound on his lordship the same time, Nov. 25, and will com i the conducting of it worked with a will pletlon. The colonists have just; completed Is also general freight agent oft the'East, !: t

happiness In their travels over the rough with little effect except to render him mence running on their respective lines; I to insure its success. Among the energetic the laying with rock of a beautiful Coast transportation company rCupt. in.
of that
this' and
paths life
we are sure
it Is'"also the wtsh; 'of their hosts of still more furious. )Ir. Ballard finally that the boiler of the steamer Denny, ladles present we noticed Mrs. G. tennis court, near their club house, P. paddlsoa Is general nunagefof",

friends on Indian River. As soon as succeeded in evading his pressing Invitation belonging to the East Coast Transportation B. Rumph, Mrs. A. C Gardner, Mrs. and other improvements are being prosecuted the company withheadquartersatTltuvilla. .

they have "put their house in order," for a more Intimate acquaintance, Company (1)), baa been brought over Schell, )(. Weaver and others, beside and projected. Our English The steamer will ranbetween'
Oft Main street, they will start housekeeping New and Rockledge the'*""
to of charming ladles each friends are exhibiting much public spirit Smyrna making
but and "got" op that tree In a hurry. The from St. Augustine be thoroughlyoverhauled host young
at remain at .
the hotel, present they genial parser, Mr. Ballard, got out his by the Merrill-Stevens Engineering I vlelng with the other in those pleasant and enterprise, and it b hoped that their trip by daylight, thus enabling passeo- '

two should like to have given the happy rifle and proceeded to finish off Mr. Co. ; and that John Dunn, the and agreeable little attention which goa efforts in this direction will be appreciated gets to see the Indian river:-by daylight<

couple-whom we have known for Bruin in good style. With the assistance veteran engineer, has left the steamer long way to prove them ladles and by the people of this community. Capt. Taddison will take*,pl aaare in

some years longer review of theirnuptials of a few revolvers he was Inducedto Sweeney and will take the position of to show they are learning the rudiment Gainesville HUH Can Gainesville send a showing anyone that calU,to'i ee his new
but space forbids, and someone said that U few of those moneyed and energetic people boat, everything that .IatgpiecZa enher.
had to be left out In the cold" to be quiet while be was pulled aboard chief engineer of the Black. Paver phosphate of etiquette, for it U nothing .

wake room for the above.] and dlyeated of his winter overcoat, Co. better than etiquette among neighbors.iI town this way to swell ou number ?* ,., ; -, "
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>no' Hast' Coast !nvocai TELEGRAPH AND GABLE. only 147,'the smaller difference of than Wag'fliat due at firrt solely" announced to FARMERS' -ALLIANCE NOTES, throUh to def meet, A most tOO'w th I.'OroLtlllod t to our ttie Wof Supre norhood fl'itt.'tDMllavltlltlon ne (.ounrl1l1t Ot yonf or it, NEWS OF1HE,, SOOTH.:

reduplication name by one enumera
-- regular annual sMsion et Ocala, Fin, o
j' T I tor.. :.... __ _. 1800.Permit nBRIE: NOTES OF AN INTER-
WHAT 18 GOING' ON IN THE ---' NEWS OP THE ORDER AND fTS 'luesdsy, the 2d ddY of December

m SYIU.t. ; FLORIDA.. BUSY WORLD. MEMBERS. rao to suggist that properly accredited EaTING NATURE.

TO POSTM.ATERS. tKfSTRCCTIOJtS delegates, ,representing your entire -
-..;.;.;& order, or the sej, rate State composing pmrr ITEMS nOM ALL roms.tl'f. ,'.tnaSOCTHEBS
Th. establishment of "noon, reste. A WHAT IS Dance DOSE W THB TARIOCB: .
wiere women and girls who earn their DENIED FROM REWST DISPATCHES A.tr.LOn1UW LAW. SECTIONS POD THB ADVASCEMEST OF give them full authority to act in the TUS HEADEH-ACCIDENTS; IRKS,

fct-lng t may retreat at midday for a TROY VSCXK 8A)('. DOUAK AND WHATTUB -.. THE GREAT OBOAHIZATIOS.-LEGISLATION premises, roll meeting In conference with'representatives FLOODS, ETC.Guadaliipo .
lunch data BRINOS. Assistant Ions, ETC. si.-niUrly empowered of -
little rent, privacy, and inaugurated Attorney General Tyner
recently! deserves, under direction of Postmaster General -- the other orgnfeations, would greiily county Is said to be the
at Indianapolis Cholera believed to have broken out Wanamaker, has prepared a circular letter A cumber of prominent Allinncemcn facilitate the determination of the great banner Alliance county of Texas.

ttlaks) the Chicago Hams, to find favor but in Barcelona, Spain. to.postmnsters, containing instructions have leased the Southern Mercury tho and vital question-whether any p'an can Free delivery service has been ordered''

.every city. The American Society of Railway Superintendents for their guidance in carrying out tbe State! organ of the Farmer.' State Alliance be devised for securing fraternity and for Durham and Greensboro, N 'C., on .

.- met in New York Tuesday. anti-lottery law The instructions state of Texas. They propose to put ample unity ot action between the farmersof the 1st of November.Dr. .
President that the law applies to any letter, ordinary capital behind the enterprise! and make it the country. The National Farmers'Alliance
Harrison and
Vassar the women's'ttiinte In- his left
College, great party John W. Lawson Farmers'Alliancecandidate
Washington or registered, if it concerns any lot- a strong Alliance publishing house. They and Industrial Union now embraces ,
: of learning, at Poughkeepsie, Monday a western trip. tery, gift concert or scheme described In will employ an able editorial corps and thirty-five of the States cf) the was nominated for congress by

N K. Y., owes its existence to Miss Lydia "German of the day" was celebrated In several the act, and to lottery tickets, checks, make the Mercury one of thj but reform Union, all of which will be representedin the seventh Virginia democratic conven-
large cities of tho union Mon. drafts bill. iu the land. and I beg to assure you tion Tuesday.
Booth a cousin of the founder, MatthewVassari day money, postal notes or papers: our meeting
money orders for the purchase of lottery that the representatives of your Order George Adams, agent of a European
;, :Mr. Vassar was planning a hospital The iron men, who are on a visit to this or gift enterprise, and to the list of draw. A few weeks aqothe Farmers' Alliance will be welcomed by that body with the rrovernmentpremlum land lottery scheme,

on the plan of Guy Hospital, Londm t rountry from England, spent Tuesday at ings of any lottery or similar scheme, and and Industrial Union of New Mexico most cordial, considerations of fraternal was, on Tuesday, arrested in Birmingham,

u'his bequest to the community, Lebanon, Pa. forbids carrying them in the mails or delivering met in the city of Albuquerque, for the regard and respect. A letter of like im Ala., for mailing matter in violation ,of

his kinswoman the founding German day was celebrated In St. them from the postoffices. The purpose of completing a constitution and port has this day been mailed to the the antl-totterrlnw.
Louis by a grand procession, comprising seal of a letter, or aor scaled packet pre by-laws for the territorial organ cation, chief officers of ,the Pat one of Husbandry A Shreveport, La., dispatch! sayst The
of.* college for women which should 20,000 people. paid at letter rates, must not be dia.turbed placing efficient and energetic lecturers: the Farmers' National League, electric belt line, five and a miles

a tm to them what Yale and Harvard were A dispatch from London says that the for the purpose of ascertaining if in the field, and attending to such ot> it: the Patrons of Industry, and the Farm long, completely encircling quarter ,'was

to men. Immediately application was flew tariff bill will destroy Birmingham's its transmission In the mail or its delivery business as may come before it. Pr i.,it-' crs' Mutual Benefit Association. Will opened Monday. This is the first electric .
J button trade. at the postofflce, is forbidden by the provisions dent Polk and National Lecturer Bleu you kindly indicate at your earliest convenience line in the State, and is a perfect sue.
and in 1861
soade for a charter, there Senhor Ferraro of this act. Nor will the .mere Terrell were preseet. Thus '!*.>good whether this proposition meets cess. It is the Thompson-Houston system

'aae''Into' being Vtsssr College, which the task of forming, to whom was cabinet entrusted: for suspicion that such letter or packet re work goes grandly on.-Jht, Southern your approval, ana wnetncr your order and cost 100,050.
12th a new lates to the lottery, or the fact that it is will be represented Any infonmation
as. each of Jane celebrates "Found.
Portugal has failed in nndertakin Mercury."I
tbe A Vicksburg Miss, dispatch'ay
'; $ addressed to any person known to be or service I may be able to render is freely
iin'Dar! ,; An explosion of photographic chemicals engaged in the business of conducting a The condition in Wall street for the at your command.The James Murray, charged with wrecking a

Monday night, caused a fire in Chi lottery, justify its detention -delitr past two weeks is a living and prscticnl Alabama (Sclmi) iTuror)'.: "In Louisville, New Orleans and Texas train
"The finding of an almost forgotten cago which destroyed asix-story building. cry, except thnt the delivery of registered demonstration of tho necessity for the the light of the present manipulation of a few weeks ago, in which two persons

triba of Indians In a peculiar mountain Tho British steamer Ous, collided letters at the office or destination shall be Bub-treasury plan. The only thing that the price of cotton, the Intention of the were killed, was admitted to $1,000-bail

Grand with and sank with a bark off Flushing. withheld when the postmaster-general saves the country from a panic when the sub-treasury bill to prevent such *n occurrence Saturday by Magistrate Lowenbcrg.
railed the
valley near of
canyon The whole crew of the bark, numbering has issued specific orders to that effect. exploiting class let out credit paper as u is clearly manifest. With some Bail was afterwards reduced to $400..

the Colorado shows the opportunities twelve men, were drowned. Postal cards and unsealed matter may be circulating medium to supply the deficiency such relief afforded to the farmers they The Opelika, Ala., city commissioners,

Which Arizona and New :Mexico offer to The secretary of tho navy, on Saturday, inspected when suspected of being prohibited of mon(-y to move tho crops, and could have held their cotton crop Saturday, granted afranchise to the Ope.

'Vie explorer," remarks the San FranciscoCbnfcb. awarded a contract to William E. Cramp lottery matter. The mailing of let it out much slower then needed, in until the manufacturers would pay tho i lika and Auburn Street Railway and

&; Sons, of Philadelphia, for the construction interdicted matter by citizens to lottery order to produce a stringency that will value of the staple instead of being: forced i Dummy Line Company. ,This road will
"The who to Africa
men go of two coast line battle ships companies a violation of the law as reduce prices, the only thing that prevents to sell to speculators at a loss of $10 per run from Opelika to Auburn, a distance
sir: to the far north could find equally interest i The Spanish Intends to well as from companies. a panic as a result of this presiureis bale. The sub-treasury bill has received of seven miles and will be a great benefit,
and government Wnen it Is known that ( furnished New York the hinds of nnd convenience to both cities when ,
ing novel material In those two enter negotiations with the United States any postal money bunkers no recognition at Congress, con.
the for cards or unseale matter is unmallable 'from the United States Treasury. When but the farmers cnn now sec the necessityof structed.
Territories.; Even Mojave and Colo- Itovernmcnt reciprocal concessions
touching Cuban and American products under the provisions of the act, the postmaster the debt is paid we will be compelled to demmtiinif some protection against The democratic congressional convene
cado deserts are worth the attention of I should decline to receive it, and have the sub-tressury plan or a panic.- tho | resent financial policy of the patty tion at Franklin, N. C., adjourned:sine
.sKicntiflo men, as they ire rich In various! ,his Governor annual Pnnce, of New :Mexico, in whenever such matter is discovered In National EccnomUt. in power. die on Friday without making a nomina

'products1 that could be utilized, while of the report snys the financial condition postoffices, or in transit, it should be *** tion. Two thousand eight hundred andsl1ty.t".o
is excellent and
territory stamped 'fraudulent" and sent to the The Democratic convention of the sixth
ballots cast. The
were executive
ate, Indians who roam over them have that la has been a good year for allclasses. distrii AGAINST THE NEGROES.
with congressional t Louisiana
postmaster general, a special: reporton adopted committee was authorized to order
,.legends that deserve collecting and cut the case. Newspapers and other publications the following resolutions: ., a new convention, or act otherwise as
+emi that art interesting to the 'student The recent failure of the Iron Car Company containing advertisements of a We demand tho abolition of national TSTEM IS TEXAS.; they saw fit.

el "* of New York has precipitated a lottery or gift enterprise, or lists of banks at as curly a day as practicable, The la
of Labor
primitive man. Knights increasing
crisis in the affairs of the Harrisburg, Pa., prizes awarded, are forbidden carriage in and in lieu of national bank notes the
A Houston Texas dispitch Sunday numbers iu North Carolina. It\has
Car Company, whose notes went to pro the malls. Postmasters should refuse to Government shall Issue legal tender treasury now.
'J'' : test lost says: The Houston and Texas Central l SOO assemblies and 12,000 members, a
The Orleans Picayune asserts thai Saturday. receive or deliver them and when foundin notes in sufficient volume to'Id the
railroad has employed watchmen in gain of 3,000 during the The
sae riei|a the world had so many vnga- Gov. Campbell, of Ohio, has issued a the mail in transit, they should be business of the country on a cash basis, its yards for several yearn.negro About two is the strongest !in: Edgecombc year. Halifax order
i the in held until instructions be received and all money so issued shall be a legal
proclamation convening legislature can
eta a* has 'the Missouri. The facilitjWUVwhich weeks ago a demand was made for their and Northampton counties, and has
extra session October 14th from the tender for all debts botb and
on Tuesday, postmastsr genoralThe r/laces
removal the to be filled with more colored than white members In fact
it skips! about among the to consider legislation relative to tbe city sections of the act relative to reg.Istered priva e. ho ;
whites. The demand was refused and I gain has been mainly In the colored
aDd ban which mark its shallow cournIs government of Cincinnati. letters and money orders apply to Wo indorse the sub-treasury or ware the foremen all struck. Grand Master assemblies.

phenomenaL Just A special from Johnbur Pa., : At the office delivery only, and are to be enforced house plan as a means of relief to theapenturallst Wilkinson has wired I
now it Is engaged I $ says i to all members ol Oxford Lako fair opened at'' Anniston
direct orders of the the of the ,
:SM playing upon the fears of the inhabitant out.3 o'clock which Saturday destroyed morning the business fire broke I general.upon The term "lottery,postmaster as federal constitution, and urge scope the nom.Inee the executive council of the Railway Federation : Ala., Monday, with a good attendance,

of the sprightly city of St. Joseph, of the town. The loss I is about $40,000.portion used in the act embraces all kinds of of this convention to advocate such Haute,,to which come to recently Houston met at once ia Terre, and :, :and promises to be successful. 'It is

; M. wlij after completed Natural started the fire. schemes, general or local, for the distri legislation as may permit graduated sales given under the auspices of the Farmers'Alliance
gas the
having a $1, button of by lot chance such of our products. impression is general that a strike is of Calhoun county, which'or
prizes ,
,+4300,000 bridge, and wondering whether The Mississippi! river commission fin us gift exhibitions concerts Imminent. The Southern Pacific may ganization has arranged a good display
enterprises ,
tiko river will ished Its labors in New York on last & On Col.Livingston also be involved, as both roads are in the of agricultural products and ,stock and
under Tuesday
stay It. The prey : raffles, or drawing of prizes in money or presidentof ,
day night, after reapportIoning over at fairs. Hence letters the Georgia State Alliance, spoke at Huntington system. Anniston, Jacksonville and other towns
cat Indications are that It will take a do.tto.i' I 13,000,000 for in tbe lower property postal
cards and circulars concerning them, and Raleigh, N. C. He devoted himself to a have minerals and manufactured pro-
: "by which the whole city will be Mississippi and its tributaries. newspapers, pamphlets and other publications description of the sub-treasnry bill, and HE IS PENITENT, ducts.

. ,given;the go-by. Before a bridge over ( A treaty has been signed by Germany containing advertisements of a-sertcd that he would vote for nomannot Isaac Frazier a negro one hundred and

, .... Water is put up at New Orleans it and Zanzibar, relative to coasting trade them, are unmailable. The act applies even his own father,who did not SOT BECAUSE OF' DIll CONSCIENCE, E.'CT six years old, died at Montgomery,'Mon'
: r make along tho east coast of Africa. The German to the foreign as well as domestic mail. support that measure, lie declared that BECAUSE BE IS CACOHT." day. Some eight or ten years ago, Isaac,
, -owy be'necesiary tome sort of .
government pays the sultan of Zanzibar The instructions close s Ith a notice that the farmers must and will not give up who had worn glasses for many years,
{ :permanent contract with the river on the four million marks for the conces the postmasters and other postal officials their pran for sub-treasuries, and that if A Columbus, Ind., dispatch says: and was then complaining of defective

\lalhertide."The sion. and employee are expected to be diligent they are not given a better bill than the Thursday night William IL Schriber, vision received what wds called his

I Intelligence received at Paris Saturday carrying out instructions for the enforcement one now before congress, they will push recently arrested in Detroit, Michigan! second sight, and was able to see almostas

: scarcity of fruit this year Is likely, from Noumea" New Caledonia, states that of the act. that one right through no matter how for robbing the First National bank in well as ever, although up to his'death

predict the Boston Cultivator to result sixty leper convicts confined in the penal greet the fight. Ho, railed on all classesto this city of (300,000 in cash and securities ho occasionally used glasses. After having
establishment there made their esaape IT WAS aid the farmers in their struggle, say in November, 1889!!, apd brought to passed his ninety-fifth ;year the'old'
:tm. more or lou sickness amoung those acnsiomed last June. The authorities are unable to ing it was not between farmer ana the I this city and lodged in jail, sent for the man was married.

to its use. There Is no betteiaerrective discover their whereabouts. 10 sAY Tiitt COUONZR'S JURY ix Till: lawyers and merchAnt., but between the bank officials and turned over to them all The prohibition convention of the sixth

of Indigestion than ripe fruit The New York custom house was U'KKT-WIXFEB: CASK money power and the people, and that his ill-gotten gains, end will go before a congresssional district of Virginia met at
kept the lawyers and wholesale! merchants of judge and enter a plea of guilty and ask
.. open until midnight Saturday night Roanoke Saturday, and nominated W11-,
part of the diet. It is to be hoped al All tbe
order to give merchants an opportunityto SIcKey-Wimpee: oe tragedy, created Georgia are now seeing this, and falling mercy. money not wasted by limn J. Shelburn, of Montgomery county
that farmers who are u.ed to growing enter their importations under the great sensation in home, Ga. During right into line with,the alliance. In young Schriber: is invested iu real estate for congress. Twepty-two delegates,,
iielrown trolls will not to dc tariff rates monday received t. Michigan' near Detroit, and is said fe
attempt present as only one day was telegrams were at police be wort about representing three counties were pres
without 'these necessaries because they left them before: the new law went into headquarters in Atlanta, requesting New Albany (Mi...) Gaxttt gives this 'l 13,000.FIFTEEN ent. Mr. Shelburn appeared in the convention .

.bavo effect. the apprehension of Mrs. McEey, who. good advice: "1'he idea that the Alliance and accepted the nomination.,
to be
Dear fruit
purchased. as General Shattuc of the Ohio and Mississippi was supposed to have gone to that city. is of short duration is a thing of the MILLIONS The nominee is a farmer and member
a ay be there 1s sure to be a supply from railroad, announced on Sunday But diligent search by the police failed post. The key-note has been struck at of the Alliance. lIe was elected to the

California,and this h cheaper than doctor a $0 reduction on the trip between Cincinnati to discover her, and so far her w'hereabouts lust, and today all eyes are turned in the CT BONDS BEFORE THE COCHTS loft ADJUDICATION. legislature as a democrat in 1877 '

'JbUk. In the absence of fruit a more and St. Louis, also corre-pouding is as much of a mystery as ever. proper brotherhood direction for relief. Now, if the The advance sheet of the Alabama
rates from St. Louie, north acu northwest She has not been seen or aeard of since will but hold out faithful state
for the
'laxative diet than is ordinarily used will and from Louisville south and lust Friday afternoon, when she got and make each meeting what it should A San Antonio dispatch says: The case shows that on report January 1 1890 fiscal the year balance

'CM advisable, Oatmeal, and<< the whole 'southwest. The Big Four intimates that aboard a train bounl In the direction of be, more interesting than the one before, of tbe Farmers' Loan and Trust Company in the state treasury, on.,that' date

''ftrarof ,.wheat are far leu iijurioui to it will cut Itll1lO''er.NewlpRpen Atlanta. Where she U, nobody knows success is inevitable. Then we :would astiin the International and Great amounted to $333,100.03, against, $481-
in the cf Mexico call at least none of tho authorities know. urge the importance upon our sub-aill. Northern Railway Company for the foreclosure 801.44 same date last
than City $
_digestion the Une white flour from of year, or .49,116.0&2'less
The coroner's after ances making meetings interest of second
InquCII&upon your
jury bonds
mortgage; issued than the
tho to to the previous due a'
which bread U made. pn government appeal postalunion the remains of ing. Meet and discuss year, to reduction -*
commonly Mrs. Wimpce.. Monday matters of by tho said railway company, and in accordance of taxation.
, against the action of the United This is regarded as
rendered a verdict Mrs. general Interest. Don't stay at home with cfau'o
accusing a In the an excellent
States government in forbidding the mortgage showing for Alabama. the
I Ine New York Triune Beclares transportation of Mexican newspapers JIcKcy of her murder by poisoning. Tbe and say they never transact any business authorizing the foreclosure on the failureof total receipts for the year amounted to
charge of murder against Mrs McKey, of importance, but attend every the payment of tho semi-annual interest $2,504,442.17. and
advertisements notwithstanding total disbursements
containing: lottery ,
"there, Is talk once more of a plan to the bear the was plain and explicit. Ia view of this, meeting, and say we will make our meet. was called at Tyler Texas, Friday. 12,643.014 59.

Sty A ,pipe line 'connecting the dairy Mexican newspapers the tragedy: becomes more sensational. ings interesting. Is it not strange that The legality of the bonds amounting to
Mrs. Alma
Kgioo. with New York to postage. The following is the verdict: We. the farmer (Alliance_ men) will_ say _"they" 113,000.000. is to be decided. Avers has presented to
, so as supply lie authorities of Constantinople, hav. jury, empanelled and sworn to iavesti- in speaking or their own order It seems Trinity college at Durham N. C., 643
tbs city with milk cheaply and lessen ing become convinced that a conspiracy unto the cause of the death of Mrs. Mat that many of the brethren fail to appreciate acres of valuable land in Johnson county:

tha 'time between the producer and con. js on foot against the government, and Wimpee, find thai, she came to her death the importance of the position they Curiosity Did It. with the proceeds ef the sale of which

aimer. No one with the leas knowdge .that the conspirators are using the malls by poison at the hands of Mrs. Ora )lc. occupy. They each have a duty to per. the Avera memorial building 'to. .be
lorjhe furtherance. of the .. >lot. orders hey and thnt we consider it murder lorm. -mere no room for drones ana Book agents follow the motto, "When ertcted in memory of her lAte husband.
of milk: and the care required in have been issued suspending tho local dead-heade. What we want and what everything else fails, try curiosity," and Willis JI. Avera. This i* the fifth build

handling it can seriously entertain-.uch i postal service with a view to prevent the UTAH'S FIGURES. the emergency demands, is I that each it usually wins. An old gentleman southof ing thus given, and in it a divinity

chimerical notion u a roilx-pipe line. conspirators from carrying out their do. I member do his whole duty, and victory this city, who had thrown book agents school is to be established. The other

signs. THE LAND OF MOBMONI8M: SHOWS CP: WELL is ours." over the fence, allowed his curiosity to four buildings given are the main build.
:Tits pipes could not be kept sweet and The twenty-five mile bicycle road race, m ropcLATiox AiD WEALTH. V lead him down to the fence to see a bicycle ing, technological building, science

clean, as'is absolutely necessary la the under the auspices of the Boston Athletic L......| Tward alo.. go by. Just as the young gentleman building and library

jease of atl vessels used to hold and association was mAde interesting Satur- Arthur L. Thomas, governor of Utah came up to the gate something went A dispatch from Rome, Ga., says This
nullc. 'day by the breaking of the ama'eur in his annual the President Polk has addressed the following wrong with the wheel, and he stopped place continues in a highly excited state
.transport That alone is a fatal report, 'places population
letter to II. I.. Loucks
to fix
Eta It. The old
:record for that distance by W. Van I i man kindly offered over the developments in the
of the estimates of of Mrs.
the case
territory on
-objectlaa! to the plan, and it it not neces- president of the Farmers'{ National Alliance I his aid, and the wily
Wagoner, of the New York athletic club, census supervisor, at 220,000; increasa I agent slipped a Wimple, who, it was discovered Saturday -
.earl to pursue the subject further, Aallksupply who started from a scratch and completed in the deCAile of shout S3 per cent. For. I I "1:he time for book into the victim's hand to hold till had been poisoned by her friend and
{the in one hour and twenty-six min action-prompt, united, the wheel was fixed. The conversation neighbor Mrs. Doss
system, which Includes: a trip eign born population brought the territory I decisive action the McKee. Efforts to
on part of the farmers turned from tho
to tbe
bicycle book
and relieve
utes, fifty-five. seconds. under Mormon airs .Wlmnlejeere
ttnaia auspices was about _nnsnccfmfrA
pipe and distributing pipes to con. of the whole country, U absolutely andimperatively the former was repaired about the time ana she died
1,800 a Assessed valuation of all Sunday afternoon. Mrs.
-wwy the fluid to the customers' houses, The directors of the London Ga Light property year.in the territory for 1800! \ is $104,. : could demanded.this truth No argument the farmer was ready to subscribe to two )JlcKce still at large, but ufficers are
iesaysound welt iu but reduced and Coke Company continue their preparation emphasize so deeply and of the latter. When the name was well making a vigorous search
theory, 1 tJ,13:1: an increase of 10 per cent. indelibly u it has been impressed the inscribed for her. She
by the
of bicyclist out ot is
to guard against a stoppage hearing, a young and attractive
ta practice it Is to be woman,
absurdly and twenty-
their works in consequence of possible alarming constantly augmenting depression the old man scratched head in a lathe five years of ago.
of the ration." trouble between them and their tmploycs Making Colors from Flowers. of our great agricultural interest dazed way and said: 'TU be hanged if The reunion
"-- Barracks have been built at It U written on the lintels of almost that ain't a book agent."Indianapolis battle of the survivors of the
Bays the New York Mitts: "Congreu Beckton to shelter the non-union em The oldest of the manuscripts trans : every fanner's home in this land. (Ind.) News.A villa Tenn.Fort Saunders: opened at Knox.
Impelled t'p the force of its demand morning. It wasreally
3*discussing a method of Improving the.overage ployes, and cavalry and infantry maybe lated In Mrs. Menideldl"Ori&inadTreat. farmer of localities, States and sections a reunion of the blue and the .

I .. system ot the capital. Then ( necessary to call upon to protect thaA Lies, etc., on the Arts of Painting," is have combined in various forms of organi Famous Irish Giant. General Gibson, of Ohio, General Loaff-gray.
Wilmington, Del. dispatch sajs: that of Eraclius. Two copies of it are street General
zation. Richmond .
in .
Differing only andpI. -
j -are other cities which Is New name or form ,
among and sis mills of the vellum\ is in
written now
The office Dupont known, one on these various organizations actu In Trinity College, Dublin. Ireland 1s prominent men were in attendance The
York, that are equally need of reform powder works n".r here, are in ruins;fifty the British Museum, the other forms part ated by some common purpose, and are still preserved the skeleton of Cornelius, New York Highlanders were nrl'tro. KIy -

[ J. this regard. The fact is now universally or more houses of tho workmen at the of the manuscripts transcribed by Jeuanle guided by one common principle-the McGrath, who, after his death at th'b age represented, and there were many from

admitted that the true solution of "upper yards," are wrecked; a dozen and Begue in 1431. According to it a elevation and betterment of the agricultural of twenty-four, was found to measure Ohio, Indian, Illinois, Michigan; Penn:
perhaps more workmen are dead, and a good many chemicals were known interests of'the But seven feet eight inches in sylvania and Georgia, Alabama
When Virginia
4e country. confronting height. ,
sewerage problem ia large cities istbrouh others the ia the of textiles.
Icon more are Injured as dying
or fifteen kentucky.and Texas
them all is the stern truth that years of he was attacked by regiment. Every
its utilization ia irrigating the result of a series of powder exp'oslons at Among the recipes it gives is one to the greatest evils under which they so un violent pains, which were at first state in the union was.represented. '

fleUs o( a foroi\ Lqst year Paris fertilised :I:30 o' lock Tuesday afternoon at the make colon from flowers. We are told and I justly suffer, and of which they so justly posed to be rheumatic, but which were sup .
which well known to gather them early in the morning -
thirteen hundred acres with Ilssewerage DUJlOn1'ork. .are that complain, are national in weir character, afterward surmised to be growing pains, TOZ: CTSTOX orncuLj ran THEX,
throughout the country aud the largest grind them up with raw gypsum, so ; and that they cannot be corrected by local for during one year he grew from the
tend mad then the most ralaI powder mills in the United States they may be preserved in a dry state State or sectional remedies. National height of five feet to that of six feet Cony1 is impossible to Bznaj&K-f

I .Ue agricultural land ia ;Europe. Berlin The census bureau follow Tuesday an. lime"If you with wish, dowers to change sad they their will color become, mix legislation which discriminates eight and three-quarter inches. A boy, E lb doth me! How's .

treated cue thousand acres the same pounced reputation as .? State of Further it "The juiceof against or oppresses agriculture in New sixteen years of age, of that extraordinary so loud that wat
Increase 282,114. or green.It sayss York, Indiana or Kansas, affects size, attracted ChoUy-Theyr a ,
Iowa, 1,800,720; equally naturally a great deal of "
with lik, red blood color
way a result. The sewerage ofi ivy assumes a upon *Weekly. .
17.80 per cent. West Virginia 700,448; skins of that interest in Virginia Georgia orl eats attention and a crowd of men, women .
and is used for
i jib* city of London brings $3,750,000 a increase 141,891, or S5.04 per cent. OhiO3,6Go.'l18 drying, dyeing color." Hence, to meet the demands of the situation and chiMreu always followed him whenever AUDIO -
Cqiat and tOtS
you. It would seem under these dr. t increase 403,637, or J4.C3 per (Dry* Goods sheep Chronicle.a rose or pick the farmers of the United States he showed himself in the streets of Young Whtpper
woulj toha
I icnoutaacei to ba a wlw experiment to cent. St. Paul, Mifla.183,130' Increase mus form one grind, compact national Cork. His hand is described as about your daughter for wife. lie -
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: ,CORSICA.sni : truly Into his am land, master in fact ivO IAN'S went en iee'wfoft: great 'things, and'], AGRICULTURAL ; the stabler were always cte* r andw j

u well as in name. But not for long M made themselves ii'PDlb it, possibly, | free from wet, slush and dampness.! Oni

knew. The news world spread and the! WORLD.von and, certainly, novae: the unhappier: tit I( the farm were neat, roomy, comfortablehenhouses '- 1t

mxjrtrnfisQtE ISLE WHERE gendarmes be after him. For a brief t\LtL\9ANr LtrJ<: it. It takes two s*.s of. penons to make TOPICS ov INTKUESTI : RELATIVE in which the ponltry 'west '
JSAFOLEON WAS however he master and there fashions I TO FAIUl AND housed every night and not permitted{ to ,
DORM. space, was }'EX1SIN RBADCKS. you iean@ t<> decree them j I OAltttKX ,
in the middle of a few roods he stood, : and the other n IkMow ticm.-Xk... roost on trees, wagons, plows, and ether;

Btm anfl Jealoua leaning on his gun, !solemn and tad, yet Tort Son. OLD AELYAt implement in the sheds. By cleaning
:A Itaco Who Think TO I'A,TT1t $. month Bad
Little of Muttler triumphant, and then, with one lock TWO FAlfOrs TACTTTSWOtfEX. r out the hen-howes every ,
Last Generation Vendetta That backward Rlinee at his native village, at The two most famous English yachtswomen On account of the worn teeth and weak keeping the floors well waded, terenlbarreli '
*-Bandits WHAT COLORS T3 WEA.n.!:
I and his beloved field, he turned hs! back on are Mn. Hudson Reed and her digestion of old cattle and sheepit is advisable of good manure were secured. c
I Brigand them forever, and went Into the macchi sister, Miss Cox. Eaoh! of these ladies It is astonishing haw: few women; really when feeding for slaughter to one which made the corn fairly jump'whet> 'I'i,
-a bandit. sails her own boat-the former holdingthe know what colon ate sailed to their: com IOU grain food aud fodder. Finely applied to it In the spring. This manure ...'
plexions. ,They may have eelletlt: tints ground corn and oats and linseed-oil in barrels under cant to the ,"}
Contemn are a stern and rtnrdy Vendetta is not a pleasant: pastime for helm of the Troublesome and the WM kept "
with the passion of the beasts of race the, it involves not only those who quarrel latter that of the Miles. Mo tort of in other respects, but they will often meal given with cut hay twice day, and best possible condition for applying to t '\

forest and the pride of Beelzebub. but all their relations, and becomes weather makes any difference to them, wear pink with! "auburn" hair, green such good pasture u can be afforded, corn, onions, or other crops.-Amerman. 11.
with sallow complexions, and vorioos: make the beet for old :
feeding animals.To .
Agrkllllvriet. s ss
They are capable of much true celf- and when the breezes blow them may ue I .
generation other inharmonious combinations. ;
aid with -
dfcestiou give each feed a _
devotedness and love, but their' hatred : seen wrapped up in thick pea-jacket like
it intense, whole-hearted, terrible. energy a vendetta may seriously disturb any old salt.DBEMCS. Florid people must be particularly careful small handful of a mixture of one poundof THB COSBTBOCTIOS 0* SILOS'. gIn

Three things will at once strike the i the balance of population in a district in their selection of huei. A deep salt, four ounces of powdered gentian building silos, the Kansas, Obf ,'
btue red is the shade for
new-comer in Ajaccio: the profound But such'thoughts need not make tour OF TUB DAT. most becoming root and two ounces of powdered sulphate and other stations advise that they be ,
them if they are Older women of iron. tVctt Tort Ti_.
gravity with which the Conican enjoys I fate uneasy. Visitors who are properly It is said that the severely plain skirts will do well to remember young. Modjeaka's located sanest the feeding place atprao* ;f

cherished dolce far niente, his iaorUnato circumspect in their conduct will be well will soon be abolished. The dressmak remark: "As older red sage is ticable and on the same leveL .' wood
,< love of tobacco, and the lordly received everywhere, and, indeed, confer ers do not their continuance one grows POOR CLAY LAXD AKD WHEAT. has been found the best material. Tbc.
encourage more becoming above the face than below
contempt with which he treats his wo immunity upon their hosts, for even the and already draperies and full backs are it." is than Good wheat may be grown on a poor method of construction commonly recommended -

mankind. Indeed, the position of very fiercest of vendettas becomes dormant coming back into favor. Dresses ,are a rich! shade Nothing of cardinal more charming velvet above: clay soil, provided it be got in proper is in general terms as follower

women ia one of the stumbling-blocks to while strangers are about.A now made in such great ..rietlof style white hair and dark mechanical condition. It is not infrequently On light foundation of stone set up *
the well-intentioned visitor to this picturesque bandit is not a brigand. A brigandis that no woman need wear anything not eyes. should Only a remarkably the case that clay soil is rated framework of studding two' by, eight to ,

,island. P6liteneu to women a thief. A Corsican bandit is merelyan becoming to her own figure unless she wear pretty woman Even then it try be to poornot because its fertility is exhausted, twelve Inch stuff. OB. the, outside oi.tois '
will not be well leceived. When you unfortunate individual who has some chooses. The plainest ta.lor-made combined mtgcnta.with white in order not disfigure but because it baa become hardened by frame put on a laser of stock board-
accept: an invitation to a Conican'a table personal quarrel on hand or has insultedthe dresses are considered the most fashionable the Green should be lots of vegetable matter, and what fertility and on the Inside two thicknesses of: v

and find his wife and daughters prefer, had a disagreement with a for street wear, although one see an with caution.wearer.On certain blondes it looks worn it contains is locked up in clods. If matched boards with tarred paper be.. I i

.standing and serving you, making no justice of the peace, or perhaps shot a astonishing variety of styles and colon well and some brunettes can don it with the field has been in hoed crop and well tween. The roof should be tight and.. i
Attempt to taste food or enter into conversation gendarme or refused to pay his taxes. every day. The tailor-made dresses are It be dark cultivated, we should not hesitate to sow the floor may be of hard, dry diit. )flora ,
you must not offer a seat or The free Corsican shoulders his gun, composed chiefly light wools, and impunity.however must a pretty it with wheat by adding a little phosphate twelve to fifteen by thirteen to eighteens

look surprised., It is the custom of the takes a haversack and seeks refuge in checks and plaids are at present more be shade tolerated with, as the pale most green can only to restore the available mineral and twenty two to twenty-four kJ
country. The islanders are a free-and. the macchi and rocks of his native land. popular than plain goods. They are exquisite com plant food that the crop grown this ;year deep, are common dimension for' ordinary '
aud There are plenty of wild beasts to be plexions. has exhausted. If phosphate were added silos. The lateral 9
easy people, though by no means often combined with velvet.-JYii* Tort: Yellow i* becoming to brunettes and groat prewar
irreligious, have a fashion of making shot for food, or for exchange with the Star. combines well with other shades.It and the corn or potato crops were got resulting in a deep box require a strong
fan of their shepherds. As a generalrub peasants for bread, powder and raiment. blends many shadesof off early enough, there is no reason why construction. The door of the silo "" "
the Corsican rural clergy The bandit is only on the offensive I beautifully with certain as good wheat may not be grown after should open convenient to the 'feeding,
are recruited ZEST WAX: TO nrr on KOBE-GLASSES.: : blue Amber is becoming to mOlt '
from the small These against those on whom he has sworn a gray. one of these crops as after a summer fal place. '
men turn out only too peasantry.often narrow- vendetta, and. of course, the Government As there has been shown to be a "bestW:1Y" dark people. low. The soil needs no plowing, is bet It Is generally conceded that com"fc
official that is all otherwise he is often : to boil an egg that everyone does Women with Man eyes should not without
minded bigots, or happy-go-lucky ; ter it. After the hoed cropsare the best for silage in this country. rI
crop ;
not know to there is also a best way of wear bright blue in their costumes. It
: and individual.
the a most amusing polite removed cultivate two or three Greater before i '
of sporting and bonvivant maturity harvesting *<
type. putting on one' noso-glasses, provided makes the look Jaded and detracts:
bandits have been known inches and
Occasionally to deep drill in the fertilizer with favored than
Many of them are ambitious, most of now was formerly thought!!
one ha come to that in or Infirmity from the bloom of thocomplcxicn.
them restless and meddlesome. To the degenerate into brigands, but then their pas age the seed.-Union Cultivator.WATS desirable. At the New York station Ifc
where there is real for Black be both and
a necessity may worn by young
numbered. will receiveno
days are They should not be before
the is "black beetle"a thought"corn cut
populace priest a t
this supplementary sense. The way most old, but there should be some discretion
butt protection from their friends and or WEEDS. it bas the milk of the ker r
fair for to fun Beached stage ,
-- everybody poke
persona put on their glasses, with thumb used, too. It' is apt to accentuate the
at. A goodly number of them grow neighbors: everyone except the shepherds and finger at side of both lenses and with hard lines or wrinkle in the face. ,There ore three classes of weeds as to nel." The Ohio station recommend
tired of this and enter the French mili- are their enemies, and they are their duration, namely: Those that live that "fodder corn be cut when the com,
elbows. at right angles to the body, is Blondes, rod-haired maidens and
tary and naval services, frequently making soon shot down perhaps by their own neither the easiest nor the most graceful brunettes with good, clear complexions for one season only, those remaining for begins to glaze and when the stake begin

excellent and dashing chaplains. relatives.-London Time way. That is as follows: Taking the find black very becoming. Others should two years, and a third and very large to dry near the ground.;" But ira
A noticeable feature in the landscape hand group, the members of which continue Kansas: where intense heat and other
glasses in the left slip the tips of modify it by a combination of white, red,
on approaching a town or village is the The Story of a Skip'. Bell. the first and second fingers through the orange, gray or :yellow. People who their existence indefinitely and ale known climatic peculiarities hasten the tlpeoing*

number of small, white, plain or Gothic When you visit the rooms of the Natural ipring and then separate them until the baveany complexion at all look well in u perennial plants. All those that belongto of the crop, it I is advised that harvesting:

(buildings, forming a kind of irregular History Society in Boylston street two lenses are far enough apart to slip white. Down South it is,worn by old the first group are annuals, and it is 'should not be delayed after- the tUrn 1&

1 fringe some distance from the village. ask: the custodian to point out to you a easily.over tho bridge of the nose. Then and ;young alike, and the different evident that if these plants are kept from In the early dough state." I'
Each of these small buildings is a family ships belt which rests upon one of the let them oa. The simplest, quickest way watering places showed this summer maturing their seeds there will be an end It is now thought better to put both

,tomb, built amid the family acres or on shelves. This bell has a history attachedto In the world, ;you see. And yet The that Eastern women are beginning to to them unless-and here Is the important : stalks and cars in the silo thAn'to use the
,private ground by the roadside. Many point-seeds are not sown with the stalks alone. The whole is cut into
it. About the yew 1853 or 1857 I Woman has seen only three persons in follow the fashioa. There is no reason
.of them are often placed in most picturesque .firm in this city sent out an expedition all her life who knew how to put their why grandmothers should not wear crop, as is often the case, or they are while and a man it kept in the.

spots, amid well-kept grounds or on under the charge of Mr. Whipple, the glasses on in that way.-JV,io Tort Sun. It a* well as grandchildren.-JV'w York brought in by the winds or other agen silo it is being- filled to ,.attend toils
the slope of a bleak mountain-eide, like noted submarine diver of the day, fully World. cies for their transfer. Of.course the dOle packing. There is no general(

that of the Pozzo-di-Iiorgos, standing out equipped with armor and divers, to explore sTYLES XX FALL BOKXETS. soil may already be stocked with tho agreement among experimenters la regard

white against the grim gray mountain the banks of the Gulf of Mexico The straw bonnet will be late in seeds that remain dormant for many yean to the necessity of heavily weighting.the Y '
some miles above Ajaccio. The people for submerged articles of value. The worn PAiniOS HOTES.: until favorable conditions:: for their germination contents of the silo In .KaniM; .a layerof ,
the it counted l
are e serious, solemn race, taking their expedition returned in due time from a unusual season, being to no' longer fur coat with an Plaids promise to be very,popular this obtain. The biennials live for tarred paper covered eighteen inches

every pleasure in a doleful spirit, as any successful trip, the veuel loaded with bonnet sight above see a it. Indeed last a winter. two years and the same rule as to seeding deep with green gnus! has been found; a. .y

one will testify who has heard a party of kentledge chains and anchors. Amongthe itraw fashionable dark Perfumed shoes find their purchasers: or preventing their seed formation effectual as weighting heavily with rocks ....
Corsicans enjoying themselves on sour many craft discovered and explored year very women wore I, in Paris. holds here as with the an Dual.. Perennial Exclusion of the air seem more important :'"
itraw bonnets all the Of ,
'wine sal: bloodcurdling voceri or ballata. this season. course weeds, other things being equal are than piling on weights. '
was a British frigate. From was they were trimmed with velvet and had Dark dyes for the hair are said to be ..
The voceri are a kind of hymn, generally taken the ship's bell, stamped with the what be called winter decorationsupon the wont of all, for when they are once There are so many places either in at
rung by women on "waking" the dead. broad arrow; also, from the hull, several might dangerous. in the laud they hold their own and yearly adjacent to farm buildings already existing
In former days few Corsicans out of child sheets of copper stamped with the initialsof them; but they were, after all, Ribbon is leas used for trimming than produce a new crop of seeds if the chanceis where ellos may be located, with the'

.hood ever died natural deaths. They either the dock yard in which the frigate was veritable straw chapeaux will heretofore. given them. They must be kept from manner of construction, filling and taking t '

met their fate'in the pursuit of some vendetta coppered and also the year of its application. The ladylike its capote undoubtedly Autumn dress,goads are worthy sincere yielding seed, and then if the plant iticlfis out adapted to varying cases, that t

or in one of the never-ending straggle A statement of these facts, with a retain popularity.still fancied Tho rather flat admit ation. to be eradicated one of many methods beginner will always be benefited by
*with their oppressive invaders. Un- trimmings are : and consist be observed. If large they be visiting neighboring ,allot and profiting; II'
sheet of the copper, were sent to the late of ribbon bows flowers Shirts of Etnpfra net are worn over may may '
der these circumstances the custom grasses, small if small the leaves what they learn from the ex peri-
arose George Sumner, who was then in Lon slips of colored silk. pulled; cut off; but by can
of gathering all the friends and relationsof don. He placed them before his friend, fruits and berries, and, indeed, what. the belt of all is to practice repeated till enco of others :Mature com, containingbut +
be deemed Orchid jewelry is the latest fad in the
the dead: man to say their last good. the Earl of Clarendon, who was then ever may becoming or adapted matter of : age. Grow a hoed crop and not foil to little water, and close packing ill'aA
by. Borne inspired songstress of the connected: with the British Admiralty.On w a costume. A black lacel: straw has ornaments. hoe, hoc, boo.-Anurican AgrUuUvriti. airtight silo appear to produce the best '

clan or village would compose a hymn examining the records of the dockyards a puffed brim of golden-brown velvet.In Sleeves differing from the! badice anj Srr silage.-JVi// York World.: *rld

detailing the facts of the tragic event it was ascertained that two frigates front, mashed down almost to the. 1 t ordorjof the duty. EFFECT or FOOD ox UII.K -

and recounting the qualities of the de were coppered the year of the stamp and level wall-flowers.of the crown The, are ties three coming: brown from velvet the Embroidery oa all sorts of material: If the quality of the food given a cow iinrnjcs: TRICKS ron A FARMER. ,,: l

parted. were sent on their way to join the fleet back sro of brown velvet ribbon and are the favorite garniture. would materially change the quality of To try to.farm without manure. fi

One of the first walks is to a hallowed about- to- attack New Orleans at the time looped just under the chia.-Ladlet' Skirt made of two materials are pre the milk there would be little need of To plant more acre than can bo taken u
spot of'Ajacdo--Napoleon'agrotto.' Of of its successful defence by General Jack- Uame Journal.r ferred by many: ladies. trying to improve the breed of milch care of. ITo

his beautiful mountain scrub, he seems to I son. They were never heard of after Plain skirts have very deep bands: ol cows by selection as now generally prac work with poor tooli and to tow,
have ever retained a vivid recollection; leaving their pne.jjfthese trimming around the hem. tised, and any common cow giving what seed.
in his exile he exclaimed: "4 f'od'eur i was the frigate discovered by fir. Whip- THE DSUAXD FOR TTTEWRrTETU. is termed "blue milk" could be made to poor
The latest novelty in itraw hats ii
To It
at tale what
seal devinerai la Cone. of the In this accidenfal The typewriters are becoming so expert buy public not
je Many pIe. way was com made in the shape of a boat. give Jersey cream by simply feeding on needed because sells ", ',t tIt
rocks form splendid watch-towen lift municated to the Government and friends that they can work the machine in oil cake and other rich and oily food. An cheap. +'
ing their heads above the sea of green cf the officer and crew intelligence of the taking dictation almost as rapidly u the Hampers of substantial nuke are English author, in referring to the influence is shiftless to keep poor stock;'_ t'

macchl beneath, close to the groundthe fate of the ship. Perhaps a second: stenographer. The graphophono is also : chosen for infants' toilet boskets. of food on milk, has very aptly said: poor cow eat as much u good oue.' 'A

shelving rocks afford shelter for man Whipplo may discover the restingplaceof coming into general use, and this is another Linen culUrs: and cuffs never bsc favor "As respects the quantity and chemical To lounge about store and groceries;

or beast On the estate of "Agnone," the United States sloop of war Albany, blow at the stenographer. In a for use with tailor made gowns. competition of milk, surprisingly littlo when it 1* possible to be doing something. +

at Coti-Chiavari, and facing Ajaccio, which disappeared in the same waters, year or two the counting-room stenographer Chatelaines are seen made: of gold dol. influence is exerted by either the kind or at home.

there is a collection of huge rocks oa a carrying: to the bottom, among other will be out of a job. The army lar pieces strong iagenioiuly on tine gold the physiological condition of the food, To raise frogs and mosquitoes in UM

'small plateau overlooking the sea. Herein noble souls, Lieutenant John Quincy of typewriters Is getting larger and or by any circumstances connected withit front yard. To have a plg.wallow.lnt- At

the year 1791 dwelt a hermit, who Adams, grandson of the President of that larger every year, and no business home wire.False hair "fronts" are a great: boon tc except the proportion of Its nutritive- road near the gate.'

judiciously brought his masonic skill to name, who, if he had lived ten years can afford to be without one of these deft. middle.aged women not yet cured of ness and degree of its digestibility. The To allow the hogs and sheep to wander

bear in completing the work of nature.It longer, would have added lustre to his fingered worken. Ladies find typewriting vanity.A controling power of particular sorts of at their own sweet will over thei owner'

is a comfortable enough dwellingwitha patriotic name and family. A more accomplished a pleasant profession, and they new name for is "art food over the milking properties of the and h neighbor pre mie'. l
and and officer than learn to use the machine more readily rugs squares. has been almost
fireplace chimney, a doorway, gallant cow everywhere a topicof To allow the
There is more or baa: nonsense always in barnyard d'rm into
cupboard, and a ledge outside, Lieutenant Adams never trod the quarter perhaps, than men. Many typewriters, boastful declamation and pseudoscientific
fashion. the public road, or into A
whereon the faithful might place their deck. The bell is overhung with massive however, lack education.: They are poor discussion among the illiterate phi .le lo
offerings. At the back of the cavern is canopy of coral, which is considered spellers and are ignorant of the meaning It is announced that Scotch costumes losopben of the dairy) but the alleged many farmers are guilty of this. '

a second huge rock with a largo hole in of great scientific value as showing the of many words in every day use. There For young women are to continue in power has either been mistaken for souse To cut the wood for the kitchen .

Its face, resembling a half-scooped-out growth of the coral in a definite number Is no excuse for this. Every typewriter Fashion. overlooked and widely different control. day by day and then bum it green. I

,orange. This cole had been partially of years.-Boston Saturday Qa etas. ihould learn to spell and punctuate and Rod shoe, with a white evening costume log cause, or has existed only in the It worse to leave i for the trio to cut.

blocked up with stones, and was used as learn the meaning of words. An accomplished is evidence of very poor taste in heated fancy and distorted observationsof To le the cattle fodder themselves aft' t '

a second ro<;m. A few hundred yards Turkish Baths Doa't Reduce Weight.It typewriter is a great luxury.An women.It its advocates." It is true, however, the haystack. It saves a little labor;
"away was a third cavernous rock, ingeniously uneducated one is anything but aluxury. is quite the fashionable thin; for that food will impart to the milk and but the waste will k their owner

turned into an excellent 01'811.1a seems to be the opinion of experts, .-Pieayuiu. the girl of the priod t)have two fans butter its flavor, but this is a distinct poor a
those days these hills were one mass of and indeed of all men who have studied at her waist.Slaves property from what is termed richness or To leave tools of any kind lying o

forest and macchi, almost impenetrable, the question thoroughly, writes Blakely TWO INEVITABLE: : TASOIOX. of almost solid embroidery butter yielding quality.--Jfirw York Sun in the weather; to put th.1 away .
that Turkish bath dost not
Hall, a : reduce i
cleaned or to loan them
save by one or two footpaths. It was the weight of men' successfully. Two things are told certainly the teen on dresses of fine wool and silk and t tfC u
the favorite rendezvous of Ajacclen outlaws This seems rather an absurd statement to fashions for the coming season One ia, wool fabrics. BOW TO BECBKASK: THE HAXUKS PILL careless neighbors. i.j .
for no myrmidons of the Farmers do not much To turn the cattle out Into the bare-
powers I that the old-time hoop-skir&a( to be always give u
make ia view of the facts that I have The woman is afraid of a
that were dared enter its fastnesses,where' average attention to the size of the fields in cold weather when there
worn again, and with it the full-draped Increasing 1D
forth the but This is because the fare
just set concerning jockeys, strong light. :
oak tree and arbutus marks the log fcr them to eat and
every manure pile u they might.
it must be remembered that the boys only and heavily-trimmed dress-skirt; the is "aU made up." are thlr tt b
resting-place of some victim of the ven- the and most of them wet flesh shivering in
reduce themselves through undergoing other is, that the head is going to be pig pens, are cold
detta. which bathes piled up a foot or more with a massive Lace is quite as much used as hereto- and filthy, the pigs naturally being in the To plant an orchard then to allows
no ordinary
and form of dies.of
A Corsican it very tenacious. His love could stand. They to extremes. Walking monument of somebody else's hair. fore, may material.a portion a same condition. There is always plentyof cattle to browse the trees; to leave vacant
for his native soil, of the poor patch of reduces a man, and yet many man These two things are said to be certain any chaff or waste material of one kind or places In a young orchard; to allow i

ground bequeathed to him, and descending can do a good deal of it without any decrease because the modistes and hairdressers of Delta are universally wora. In some another around the barns or stables, and young orchard t remain i grass.It .
from generation to generation, is intense in his weight. If, however, h* London, Paris and Vienna have settled cases they are of a tolor and: material entirely this can be liberally supplied. When this 1 shiftiest to allow weeds to occupy

and all-absorbing. To keep hold will put on two or three suits of underclothes upon then.: Nonsense I As if a lot of foreign! to the remainder of the runs out leave can be hauled from, the any portion of the farm, and very shiftless -.

of that land the Conican will do any a thick worsted sweater, and I persons over in London or Paris or costnme. woods during off days, put into a near. to allow bushes to occupy several.

thing. He will not shrink from violence; jacket, take: a strong dose of medicine Vienna or anywhere else were able to Among the new and: popular( trimmings by-shed, and used as needed. If the farm rods of ground along the f.nc ncwa '

ghastly murder and bloody massacre are pea and then walk twenty-Hie miles at foist these ridiculous revivals upon are fringes with netted healings. is near a river, the rushes and dry grass It is a thoughtless end a very dangerous

holy when undertaken in such a cause. a stiff gait in the broiling sun, he will American women of culture and taste. Chew fringes are used t) edge neckerchiefs which come ashore in quantities in many thin for a farmer to put BAD

But they are cautions. In a recent case, be able to knock off anywhere from two American women have learned the beanty and draperies oa dresse place can be hauled up, and make excellent on paper presented by a h Also,.
of real estate to be divided of simple lines in their drapery and of bedding and manure. In this way Ite.
a piece waa to ten pounds, according to his condi Dust-grav mohair is much used for to go on the notes of
among three cousins on the death of adistant tion. Yet nobody can fairly claim that the witchery of loose coils and gentle traveling dresses. The jacket: corsage the writer bu managed to keep his men bors. frnl rtg

relative. The two cousins nearestof the amount of walking which a bosi&est knot and careful carelessness in their opens on a white funnel shirt waist ands and teams busy wnen there WM little else It Is a short-sighted -policy to elect

kin to the deceased, objecting ta the mac can do in the city will reduce his coiffure Just a year ago now the same lined with chestnut brown silk. to do. The pigs were always comfortable to the township and county emcee UK.

third man having any portion of thespoil weight Similarly the Russian bath cry was raised about the wonderful bead- Poppy red make a brilliant toilet for and' clean, and large quantities of men who cannot support thlll..C in

forbade his tilling the land which which an ordinary city man can take will dressing we were going to see during the a garden fete and attract general atten manure were made, generally getting the ordinary pursuit of l'e It (" al
the law had him. coming winter and woman from three or four large pig pens fifty to
given They posted not have any effect upon his weight If every was tion. The silk crepe was made with a costly.It .
themselves behind their own particular be takes off half a pound or more, he told that she would have to go back to small train in clinging princess style. sixty load of fine manure. There was is reckless to boy trees of an otter

tg tree armed with long-barrelled shot-, usually puts it on again within the next the rats and puffs and false plait of a of faille or other closewovensilks at all times enough dry material to absorb stranger; also, groceries, and sod*.
Dresses .pJ
the and thai
- The tabooed cousin roamed around quarter of a century and all the liquid matter prevent
gun two hours by reason of the thirst or appetite ago have edzel with fiat article a* can easily
draperies much value! from down the allltrt.
hia disconsolate and discontented, hairdressers went to hanging beautiful running
Tillage which the bath gives him. Anybody Nine times out of tea one
of lace. The collar vest and
Lands drain to be entirely lost and to make "1 ch.by
tail of human hair in a
but at surely a* he approached the forbidden who thinks that going to a Buseian' their shop windows of the !. doing ,
sleeve trimmings are same gain nuisance around the The barnyard 1 :
started his two and women. sighed as they looked pens
spot, up Turkish bath will infallibly reduce shiftless
or at them and then went ;ure. sloped toward the center, making J 1 a trick t employ U
implacable kinsmen, a* watchful should glance at the attendant calmly on tuck.
weight, who will work the
fate. their hair into the Red shoe, with patent-leather trim quite a large and wide place for the t fo
tad stem a* Oar night he left his 1 these establishment They take the log up same little
of is at
dark hovel stealthily, with a double-bar I baths all day long, and seven days in the puffy knots and twist that have made minjt, are not much worn. They are liquid manure from the stsblee and barnyard wage and I a to* t a family
boys grow goods.
and attractive in the windows to collect In. Here were ; up
celled loaded th and the bfant/ of their heads these plenty deposited gl wtt
gun slugs approached i week yet they are about as fat and bulky put book _> ,
the fatal spot At last he a lot of men as can be found in any business yean,,and by and by the long tails of but the ladie do not buy then to any considerable quantities, from. time to a pp y :
+ time of waste com stalks, leaves from It is a thing,for farmer toallow
halted sighted the nearest cousin, took town.-FronkLatW' silver and red-brown and yellow dlaap great extent *
, aim and shot him dead. A report and in 3fattp yer peared from the shop windows, and nobody Linen lawn are in great favor. Little the woods, rashes and dry grail from the his wife t work*ixte n 0 eighteen

flash from hit tecond foe betrayed Die heard anything more about wonderful dimming i* required. Organdie are liver, and any other waste, absorbent 1 h when own work H completed
> hiding place, and a shot brought him in Benjamin Harrison was born at North bead structures. And all the trimmed profusely with lace, which it materials. The leave and dried rushes hours. On thti firm/u ciWb t 1

turn to the earth left and right! barrel :Bend. Ohio,in 1833, and removed to and whfl* the hairdreasen held meeting in nerd ill great variety of form and in were also wed for bedding for the hone husband and wife -1 'u.i

had done their work. He sulked sol- ,. settled in JAdiaQapolilla 1894. London and in Paris and ia Ykaaa, sod Of b1& k. tad cattle; nothing wut better or cheap i .J.


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THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE, + .Aulom to encourage' the Uk More DufcUln s-' :Needed.- DISTRICT' NEWS. were seated,Mr.And B ttxm after all 1\ fell few to remarks eating houses.-We have AVlll: numerous nobody.rentior applicants build,fa lit

the Rev.
Industry, which Is. largely carried by that we may keep newcomers In Titta
on in the-north of England Queen the bountiful supply()f good things furnislred ? Several bas had to weave dread,
Air FKi.Tmnr! *i.w DSO runOPEMETTOrTHKIICPIAirBrVEE ItTELo businesss f was the lack ,of
dancing to
which owing McoD'.modatiolltown.
A! D Victoria has ordered ft very ,large The Uttwville hasbold Palm Beach.Very them, after ; It
!...&E WOltTH auction. number of Bilk handkerchiefs. up remarkably well during begun and kept up until daylight ap
and all
? peared. The music was fine,
THE "Florida Standard" the summer Reason, and travelers dry themselves and united in declaring Town Election, Oct. 6th, t 1890,
!hot and nil enjoyed
Office: Washington Avcnnc: Titusville, appear.ed who have been all ever Florida, ; mosquitoes not
in eight-page form ou Sunday that Titutville is Capt. Roy's wedding would long be Town Registration t books will lit
/gone.I THE
Indian River, 'Florida.i agree te-dnv, one until ten before
last, and it will do likewlee'next remembered with pleasure, And thanks the et.nunYelectlnn,1. .
of the "liveliest" towns Inthestate.The .
hoar of a party bo be given at Hypeluxo e., lAth InHtanl. Tbnce entltw
Sunday 'We believe this course demand for dwelling :houses in the near future.I were tendered Ms mother for the goner. to rwrlntnulon,or .100 have been In tile fitauJ
Florida twelve months the cornnnS
J't'MiJSIJED miDAT. was found-necessary owl.g to the lias been greater than the: supply was pleased to meet Minn Katie Ifam11 one supper and geed time that all want limit of the town MX month, are entitled .h
BURT large increase of advertisements future registration by our Town Clerk
In the near
a month past, and we know of '
ton and her mother who have just arrival 8' J.Notice P.hLARs
is a sterling proof that Col. several cases where parties who home' from visiting friends on There were many presents given; the
:Entered at the Tltnarllta rMtofflce M Second- :Merrill is making a success of his
OMI Mall Matter.TKK31B had intended to locate here went Indian River. bridal couple, for which thanks are re of Dissolution
paper. elsewhere becau they could not turned. The happy couple will divide
Some people ill tell that there partnership heretofore
you existing
get houses. their time living at JlniVlew Cottage .THE
Town Headers, is it not time are no fish In Lake :Worth, but I saw < Edward SHling & Albert
Invariably In Advance, that One of our calcrprhtfng builders the home of the rrooiri'i parents, and at A. Taylor, comprising the firm of Rttllnr'
and clean
we brighten
up our Joe Jenkins catch two barracuda, on Taylor ban this ilay been llsoveil by mutnSconsent
Foetal Order, tn One and Two Cent showed their homestead on Banana river, alter'nately. Albert A. .
B1thecrr.. Pontage eturapi.!' gardens and other property? We recently us plans -nf very she 6th Inst., that would have Weighed Stlllne will Taylor continue vrtthclrxwfnff.Eilwanl the InwineM
shall soon :have our winter visitors attractive cottages that can.be put the old stand In his own name will' it
One Year,.,.. ...........................,....IJ1O for from 30 or 40 pounds each. It h receipt for all nrronnt due J the old collect firm,U4
here 'These
$600 to ns uu
81*,Montk,...................................IM and what a sight our streets, up 1000. The Democrats, held a convention at May their lives be as happy will assume all lUMHtle ,
Three Mettbe,...,...............".......h.. &; gardens!!!, sidewalks, etc., will present -' would easily rent for from ,$8 to I Juno on the 7th .,and nominated a I possible for mortals to be is the wish of (Signed) ALbERTA EDWARD ft-nuxo,

Single Copy,....,.............................. 80 to their viewlf not cleaned up. $16 per month, according size ticket which, la In all their friends. Cocoa,Fla., Oct. Rtn, 1890. TAILOR ri
given .yotir ,
Bent Address tT.B. Canada and location. An investment of II.
to any In) or ,Prepaid Let our townspeople commence before E. -
last. I expect to nee a close fight, as
the winter travel is upon us. $1,000 in this wa'., will yield a rep both [In connection with the above we received Master's Sale.

Editor,................u.'w"LTER fi. OEARAR.Msoclate turn of 20 pef cent. in rents; We parties have strung tickets. a long list Of wedding presents! 1 Under and by 'vIrtue rot a decree of

-tdnor: &Manager.C. H.W ALI'Of. OUR church 'members will, no happen to know of one case where Society proiriisc to.be lively this win which unfortunately Could not find foreclosure and sale rendered by the jndpe 1
doubt, be pleased to I learn that the rent received amounts to 120 ter, and manyyoung ladies will make of the Circuit Court of the Seventh Jui

since England took possession of per cent. per annum on the amount their debut, among whom may be mentioned room to publish.-En. ADVOCATK.] clal Circuit of Florida, sitting chnnccrr

We do out hold onnclrei reiiponiilble for the the Fiji Islands, .Christianity ha invested. Of this is Miss Maud Earnest and the Misses at chambers, for tho county of Brevnii'dated
cmlnlona of -onr roiTeKjxitiilenU. but ne, claim cgurse excep the 2nd day of August, A, i). 1810
the right te reject any.communication. greatly increased. Fifty years ago tional, but it' allows the great Lorena and Luella IJImlck.W' .i nofher Eau tall'e eonytponJent ay: in a certain cause wherein -Amon D.

Commnnleatlnni for publication mn t be written there was not one Christian on the demand for houses. As the season A\ ACK. Last TJIUI'II.1yVilli: the liveliest day Pitts is complainant and Alfred n. ,Traf.fonl -
plainly nn one Klila of the paper only,and islands, and now, it is stated, thereis opens it is to be expected that and Jessie D. Trafford et al are de-
ahnnld, in every cave, be accompanied by thewrltcr'i ( not a heathen. The Islands Eau Eau Gallic him seen for some time, the fondants, I will sell at public outcry, la
Fiji will Gallie:
name and address, not necefmarlljr for '; many more come here if they event being the marriage of Capt. Roy front of the Court House door of Titut-
publication,but M a guarantee of good faith. Mission has 27,007 church
members -
can rent houses. We hope our enterprising T. McFadden to Miss Bertha A. Cook. Tulle, Brevard county, Florida!, on the
and 101,150 attendants on property holders, who I first Monday In October, 'during the legal

public worship. That speaks well have to invest will not The steamers Gcorgtana: and White The ceremony was performed by the hours of sale, for cash, to the highest .
ABTKRTIfinvO: AATE8IIEX for the inhabitants of the above; long: neglect money this and will be placed in the dry dock for repairs Rev. Mr. Bolton at the .Eau Gallic Baptist bidder, the following described real

TEAR. South Pacific Jtlands. opportunity, this week. church before a large concourse of estate, t -wlt: _

One Inch,......................110.00 the will provide suitable cottages for The orange trees are putting on a late people; in fact the reverend gentleman A tract of land shown on the' map of
who Robbins
& Graham's addition
Two Inch.......................15.00 AN exchange says England new comers, me daily arriving growth tills to the said that it was the largest gathering he to Tituit-
may and inquiring for houses year, owing warm, ville as lot twenty-clqht! said lot having

Three Fourlneh Ineb.o.,.......?........I....:.... 33.00 20.00 bo proud of putting up" her: to rent, before the lack of accommodations showery weather we aw having. had seen at any wedding service since ho ; a frontage of sixty feet on Maine street
dukes; but it is our democratic' had been officiating in tho State. After and running a depth of elphtj-
Five Inch, .... If want fresh beef
er QarterCult. 30.00 turns the stream to you go and see }[r.
Half Column,......,.........i.. 05.00 pride to "put them down." All' some other place. Young, and you will get some ot the the ceremony the bridal party and those eight ham's feet addition; said Is map of Robbins & Gra
Whole Column,.... .....,.......100.00 very well in lt -way, no doubt but who had been invited to attend the supper now on record in the
; I best meat to be had In the State. Clerk's office of Brevard county or to
For Fix Month,divide the ;yearly rate by two we guarantee we can make more Work made their way to tho TreutlerlIouMe' mnch of above described' property as
and add 10 per cent-. colonels, majors and captains in To Our Readers progressing last on the new (not to the River View, as stated will be sufficient to satisfy said decree

For Three Monthi,Divide the yearly rate by one month than England makes in steamboat wharf, will 011 will probably lathe Eau Gallie items of the ,-' "r.) After and costs of sale. Purchasers to par
'(our,and add 20 per cent. be completed by the end of this month. for titles.
five years, so mean are they over partaking a sumptuous and elegant
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Each Local Insertion.Advertisement, Ten. ,Cents Per Line their titles in the Mother Country. Tnt soft, cool and gentle breezes Mr. P. A. McMillan and family have supper, to which every one did justice, Special Master.,

I We cannot make dukes and lords, wafted through the ninny windowsof moved to Tropic, where 1II;. McMillan the bride and groom''' opened the ball, Ronm.vs & GRAHAM,

r ld Beading Matter,not In "Local News" but we get even with England by the :ADVOCATE office from the Intends gardening extensively this win- and dancing was kept up until the wee Solicitors for Complainant.
ColumnB,Five CenU Per Line Each Insertion
making our "Knights" of various Atlantic Ocean and Indian River, ter. sma1 hours of tho morning, everybody This sale Is postponed until Monday

Legal. Advertisement at Legal Bate*. kinds ; to say nothing about our make us realize the fact that this County Surveyor lilrcl: lel has been seeming to enjoy themselves to their the fourth day of Koveinber,.,A..U. 1890

week.All the above rates are 'for cue -edition per millions of other titled persons, year (1890) is growing-like everybody busy tho last few days surveying lots hearts content About 150: (people were the same: being the first. Monday! the
made every day of the week. else-rapidly older. Nearlyten that have been sold by Ex-Governor Glea- present at the supper and dance, nearly month.
Of Merchant and all oilier to whom we are months have passed away ; every part of the river from TItusvIllo to J. P. TUBXKR- : _,
indebted will oblige us l'1l presenting their bills WERE any proof needed of the and as the busy days In this office son.Mr. 0-5t SpeelaUtaster.Proclamation, .
St. Lucie
being We wish the
'the lit of every month for prompt settlement. Geo. Gleason returned home from
anomalies which mark ocean postage pass by, our only record of them lethe .
his young couple a long happy life and a
Dill collected Inltli hl)'. rates, it would be found in amount of work accomplished. northern trip Wednesday, and 1 his
Check,etc.,way be mode payable to "Graham the fact that while It' costs five We started this pnper with the many friend. are g.ul to BOO him back prosperous.one.Important By THE MAYOR OF Tire TOWN or Tnt: : -

&Walton." (cents to send a letter from this view of continuing it and we thank again. VILI.K STATE OF FI.OKID'A.

country to England,. it costs ten our many readers for their liberal We aro badly in need of a drudge for. .to Orange and Truck NOTICE Is hereby given that tile an-

cents to send a letter from Englandto support and assistance.. The taking muck out of the rivet.: Would it Growers election of the officers'of the
Address all communication to India not somo one with little Before placing fall order for fertilizers town of Tltusvllle, will be held at the
; wnlle the rate from the names of our many supporters will pay a JipItaI to your court house
EAST COAST ADVOCATE, United States India is go into the business? write mo postal for full information on the 27th day of, October,
to only five be observed by reference to our A. D. 1800! the same being the .fourth

d _I.'.u...'DOS,82J. TrrrsvitiB, FLORIDA. cents, though the American mails advertising (columns, and we ask If you want to buy some fine, young same formula as to how you I have can.been furnish, or you contemplate the- Monday in the month, to elect qne may.
are conveyed via England. This Dreaders to trees two and or, one marshal and collector of ''taxes
our numerous remember orango throe year old using, at a saving of from $3 to $10
may seem strange, but it is a fact them when they come to Titus buds, Just drop a line to James T, Hogg, per ton. Sworn guaranteed analysis as or one of clerk taxes and, the treasurer foregoing, and officers one,to assess.hold

nevertheless. Mr. Ilcaton, a member ville, and not fail to give them a of this place, for particulars to used source with of the ingredients and per cent. office for tho term of one year each; and
-- of the British parliament is call. While this every formula.CHAB. also to elect three aldermen
scribbling our Capt. Bennett's new boat house looks C. COSVEHSE to hold office
N trying to reform this order of Edltor-in-Chlef-Dr. Walter S. Gra- well and will soon bo completed The 0-2t Biantley!,:,Ft.hi .'\. for two. years next succeeding their elcatlon. !-

things, and will also endeavor to ham-is no doubt cooly enjoying
Capt. Intends
having a set of ways fit- By direction of tile Town Council ,the ,
obtain a rate of two cents per himself among his many friends in toil up, and WIll then bo In shape to do m question of whether the running at largeof
letter of half-an-ounce between Philadelphia while his Associateis r horses and mules
l' ; all kinds of boat repairing.The tj a=! 'an =1 t:1 at night shall be
f England and the United States. feeling as warm as ho prohibited in said town, shall be submitted
possiblycan f1 <<>> co
..... .. Rev Mr. Bolton, when here, tooka t".J"'1 xi6 I') to the people, and notice is '
DO unuer me ClreUmltanccs.How : .,,
TP7t Get Married trip up Eau. 0. 11Ie river for tho first 0 I') !_;;' given that paid question shall be decide
# People little will of the renders
any time, and wa.i quite surprised! to see such Mnp !::1oa atsaidelection. ThoMj in favor of pro
of ADVOCATE, when they take up fine places. Ho predicts gQ hibiting the running at Urge of horses!
ft blight future
Though we very often hear our this number ((10)) know how much ; ::: ":I.... and mules at night shall vote "For pro
Titusville and Indian River friends work is required to accomplish all for Eatv Gallic. The Rev gentleman ao ;:;. c::> hlbiting horses and mules running at

reproach bachelors with their cellbaey .', the details connected with It-to was vUitlng:: Capt. J. O. Walton. ;. .otita ... <::> :!large at night": Those opposed to pro
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t .. ..... htUUng such
It is rumored that several brick buildings .. '. ... C' ,......... running at large, shall vote
i and pity old maids. as if pick up all the letters of every lot C' .Q. Q .---.. "Against prohibiting horses and mules
their "single blessedness"' word Hut still the will bo erected as soon as the steamboat ::: t'" from running at nt
were a one by one. p g .rr.lco large night. Stephen -
l wharf Is completed, so that the {IT, ; .... Geiger
misfortune, many people to our work is a pleasure to us--especially material Henry Epjjer, and Joe
have can be landed. Let us hope that O rn .. Rogers are hereby appointed judges of
knowledge seen fit to oifer apologies when we have received such ample said\ and
brick will take the place of lumber ::1S'2:0:: _C election, J. T. Sanders clerk
for into what in -
entering from all of
some encouragement parts o thereof. Polls to be from 0 a. m. ,
. For Congressman : profane wag has called "the holy the East Coast, and various States the construction of future residences In ;:;. g 711 w. to 4 p. m. Given under my hand and
Eau Gallic. H ..... :o.... ,.. seal this 24th
day of
bonds of padlock. One man was all over this Continent. Even our ... -. September A. D.
EILK CALL, THE PEOPLE'S FRIEND beard to say that he married because lady callers and readers-and we The work of cutting down the O .. g .... '-1 7.5t I81K. '
::! he wanted a housekeeper ; have quite few-have not with. water-tlage still continues, and adds s .0. o -o .cDA -. ... Mayor.Eau
while another said it was to get held from us their commendations; greatly to tho appearance of the place. ::,: s: ::I ::: .. ,- ,
rid of bad company. Many women and upon all sides flattering letters It is to be hoped that every property tm o' b:!. .rIJ... .... Gallie Meat Market
daclare that they get married have reached us, which we appreciate owner on the tau Gallic river will follow u ":u t:.

For Comptroller of State: for the sake of a home-and a very and hope to profit by.. The the example set by a few, and help L' 0 g- fl+ =s: -

WILLIAM: D. BLOXIIAM. poor home some obtain after all. ADVOCATE has proved its own success the good work along. l=j c- R

We have Heard very few acknowl and its merits (so our readerssay + lf ccon; efj -+ All kinds of fresh Meat
edge that they married to get a ) has proved its last advertise The Marriage of Boy T. BIcFad- = ":1
For Justice of the Supreme Court: husband. Taking, for example ment. We'shall be glad to have den to Miss Bertha A. Cookat .1 --I. and Vegetables

MILTON H. MABRY. the names of a few eminent men, our friends continue to aid and Lan Gallic. I'C... ...... ,
find that Goethe said he 0 Ice, etc., for Sale.F'IILY .
we married uphold the ADVOCATE, and we hope

For Itepreeentatlvo-First: District: in, order to be "respectable ;" that as it grows older it will grow 0B ORDERS: SOLICITED A.'WPUOMl'TLY

STEPHEN R. MALLORY. as if a man could not be that without better. Rust Cuatt Advocate: o p 5

getting married. John Wilkes -- I send a slight account of the marriage I 0 ATTENDED TO.
-Regatta meeting at Melbourne Oct. of Roy T. McFadden of Eau n lti O. JT.
said he took a wife "to please his Gallie and "': YOUNG
For Representative-Second District: friend," which showed considerable 21st, at 8 p. m. C. II. Stewart, :Secty. Miss Bertha A. Cook, of Campbell, 1 ; c_:::: ) 0 Manager.,

ROBERT BULLOCK. -Mr. M. A. Small, of NoxvlHe Tenn. Minn. which occurred
respect for the wishes of his on Thursday Oct
wuIn town Monday. Oth.:
COUNTY TICKET. friend. Whycherly who espousedhis -
housemaid, said he did it "to News came to band last night of the They left River View Cottage about
death of Archdeacon .
spite his relatives,** which went to er, at Detroit. Carpenter' moth 3 o'clock p. m., and embarking on Capt. _

For State Representative: prove that he and his relatives Roy's schooner, Queen proceeded to the
II. -Capt and Mr*. Jo*. Prltchanl
F. ATK1XSOX expect
could not have been friend. church
on at Eau Gayle
very to start for IlunUville, Ala., next week, accompanied by ee
ly terms, Upon asking a widow at which place their son in at school. Miss Mamie Starek,bridesmaid, and Master

For Clerk Circuit Court: why she married again, she replied -Capt. R. P. Paddiaon arrived in Chester )McFadden best man, also

A. A. STEWART "that she wanted a second one to town Saturday evening, and returned to the father and mother of the groom, and HACINEWTS.

condole with her for the loss of the Jacksonville again Monday morning. Mr. Henry Stark and family, of Mala
first." Whether she found what Being away, we did not nee the Captain, bar. .

For Shel'Ift': she expected, in a query. Another, and have nothing to report On arriving at the church they foundIt

J. E, BOWMAN.For because she thought a wedding -Mr. J, F. Chase, of AverlU, arrivedIn filled with anxious friends. The bride

"would amuse her brothers chil town. yesterday, having come up to looked (:as usual) lovely and was dressed

Collector of Taxes: dren." It appears to us that old meet come friends from the north. lie In cream colored nuns-veiling, trim-

E. VT. IIALL. maids who get married invariablyassure baa been very busy lately getting his med in silk lace and natural flowers; the

their lady friends that they house In order for the reception of his groom wore a handsome black suit, and 4t0.1

For Tax Assessor: thought they could be "more useful guests.Mrs. looked-an come of the girls said-just

VT. v. "' as wives tjian as spinsters W. II. Gleaaon, of Eau Galll; lovely: the bridesmaid wore cream color

R. BANDERS. which is probably true to a certain and Mis Lena Johnson, of Melbourne, ed tioonelette, trimmed In blue, with LOGLUMBERYARD
arrived in $ OITYTRUCRS
town last night from their
extent. Referring to one of Charles flowers; Master Chester did justice to RRU
summer pleasure trip north. Both were GWAGONSotALL SIYIES:
For Treasurer: Dickens' characters-Quilp-he looking remarkably well la health after his first trial as best man.

S. II. RAY.. gives it as his candid opinion that their visit; and Mis Lena appeared to The ceremony was performed by Rev.

; nine-tenths of all persons who get have grown much taller. They reporteda Mr. Bolton In a graceful, impressive + t tiucaitlr rsaanLrtDIES'CtiNSE= -

For County Solicitor married-whether widowers, widows the very sea pleasant being as paMtage smooth from as a New lake York It, manner that affected all present, many t :

J. T. SANDERS. virgins or bachelors-do so appears that George Gleason U not married saying it was superior to any marriage h
just for the sake of-getting mar but owing to Mr. Gh.>aon looking ceremony they ever witnessed. ntGJWu&g
- so young, khejhU mother) was taken for
ried. Whether Quilp is correct in
; bin wife. Rather hard Congratulations over with! all went to
Tm ADTOCAT 11 Jlo' Into poll- his opinion we leave our readers Mrs. Gleason and Muse Johnson on someone left on the Treutler House for' the reception FISH J3R fflAGgft Cg.RACiNE.WIS. .

tlCB much this week. to Judge for themselves i the steamer for homo this moratng.r. supper and dance. About 150 guestaait .


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Company Paints, Oils. Doors *, ','Blinds.K _

Crockery: Tlllll'R'ibLi.(.,, "Wootl SC CJ-llHOlillO Coot S4 <'OVOM. Onlersfil1elhamed\y\'t'cclvNI. Prices \mranteed. .x :. ,

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'Correspondence. The next question is, will they acceptthe Mrs. Rebecca) Feaster,' of Rochclle is INDIAN RIVER STEAMBOAT 'ProfcsHioiml Cmdp.J Hauman's t.

positions assigned them If they; here on a visit to relatives and lends. ;

can do so without detriment to their individual She is a daughter-in-law of Mr. John M. COMPANY \ L. OAULDEN, .
TJV do not koM mnelvn retpnntille for 'interests it Is surely Die duty Feaster., Her friends were surprised as Newspaper; : ; ,; .

the opinion of our nrrtupontltntt. which every good citizen owes to the pleased,to see her, and hopo she will re* ATT01t. EY.\T-L.\, .

community: which be lives to perform main with us a long time. TrtEPAim T1TV8V1LLK, VL\ I Subscription Agenc.! ..,

A Grumbler every public duty required of him for I Mr.: J, W. Brady, recently from N.: C., 'UK A ARIIIVAL OF STEAMER! T. SANDERS, ,
JAS. '
the good of that community., Select a has adopted tho pick ax for grubbing up St.eamel'lIlclI.\'o Titusville daily, except THE PIONEER AGENCY. .rl '

good mayor, good councilmen and a good palmetto roots, much to the amusementof Sunday at:5;10 a. m riving Melbourneat ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, -

Editort East Coast Advocate marshal-men who will do their duties the young men. Ho says they may 1 p. in. Retm'ning leave Melbourne at M 111 practice In nil the Courts of the Seventh For terms and sample copies 11Ildl'Cll&:

SIRSI hive seen several copies of fearlessly and without fear, favor or af- laugh, but it beats tho,grubbing\ hoe for r p.m., nulling at lltusville\ about' 7 Jmllclnl (Ircnlt of Florida. '
I\ O. Box, :235. TnV8VU.K, J LA.Money CHAS. H. NAUM.\,TIT,avil.ta r. 0.,
your paper, and although it Is general! fection-and let the people who placed taking then out, ,and still continues to p. m. to 1"11\,,. I Rrevard county, Fl.\ f; 1 v

liked, would it not be wise on your part them In that position uphold and sustain use the ax. Leave Melbourne Mondiys, Wednesdayand _

'to put something eloe in instead of no.much them, and we will have a good, strong! Mr. Johnson has gathered and sold) Fildajs at 1 1). in. riving at Jupiter (Donna M. nonlll& OR.VHAM!
political news ? 1 merely make town government; but if !the people do some of tho finest egg plants we have at 8 a. m. next mornihg. Returning IJOUUINS Iw.
not sustain them it'will "bo injustice Dealers In !
Uon. a public -
the He ha sold to
fJugc ever seen. pay leave Jupiter Tuesday, Thursdays and ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,
HEROINE. \ to'place them in ffiico. Then let all expenses, and now he says all he Saturdays at 12 noon, arriving at Melbourne TITV8VII.LK' :, Brevard Co., Florida. DRY GOODS NOTIONS '

Cocoa,Oct. 13th. us have a good, strong town governmentand makes is clear gain His plants are fine at '7 a. m, next morning r. o. itox, 2.10.Wl1Il'tlu.tlre. t
let each and all of os determine to he doesn't In nil t11f1I'1I1IOIIM of the Seventh CROCKERY1: *. :' l
,{IV egret we cannot'please: everybody; and just loaded with fruit; Tho St. Luclo loaves TltusvlUo ,Rbout i
Clrrnlt and l In tho Supreme t'oiirt. Special' fa. ,
sustain them beRt of '
If we were taints we could.not do so. In to the our ability. forget us either; many thanks. ago Monday mornings, calling at Rock. rllltlc for Examining and lYrfrrtlnR Land SADDLERY .,.

futttre please sign your proper name, for Hoping these few desultory remark: Miss Nettle May GIfford arrived Sun- ledge and Melbourne on the direct tin Titian.ants and Cnrrmixmilence heirs to Spanlt-h nollcltpcl Or.iutn. from Claim STATIONARY, '. '

"Heroine" Is a peculiar.nom-drplume to will have oome effect,in the selection of day from tho Narrows, to take charge of to Jupiter;on her return hip, Saturdays, Money to Ixwn.TR. I FAMILY' MEDICINES;

use. The first two letters in your name our new officers and give them mure school No. I, which opened Monday with she comes light through to Titusville, GARDEN SEEDSlciioici e;
denote a male the first three a female moral support than some of their predecessors : cmocKKins
; remarks from ,
pleasant, impressive hero about 7
very arriving a. m. Sunday, M. D. I. DODhON, JjffCSj ; i
tire!first four a brave man, and the whole Lave had, I amRespectfully Rev. W. N. Chaudoln to'alxmt 27' scholars HAY, CORN, MAPE& FERTILIZERS, ,

A In-ave woman. We do not wish to be ,' and Homo vinit\ \ < r*. The school has: W H. WAT!\O
'Inquisitive' but wren our Cocoa friend 11. R. WII.K*: ??, our best \\Ishca.Mrs. SPECIALIST IN OPERATIVE, SUROI Ooooct, F1orl.Cla.: f. '

writes again, please: be good enough totB A. D. Cuheuof. Tltus\lllc, spent GEO. ALTREE, CAL A MECHANICAL DENTISTRY, 1

us to which 4f the above category Mims. three days vlhltlng and making friends BROKER AND COMMISSION', AGENT RaIJe'
\ellor she) belong*.-En. ADVOCATE.] among us last weak Sho expresses her HODGSON B t

Rev Mr. :Cohen:' prenched'to ,a large self "m.nch. pleased with our country: ; Titusvillo, Flu. RUE P ELY, ,
Our Town Officers. congregation here List Saturday alght and thinks wo deserve all the good things Agent for; Pianos nnd Organs; ; Florida; : I '
thick and Lime New Process Gasoline General Merchants
-- people'siy about LaOrange. We hope ; : JUSTICE OF TilE PEACE Urn DIST ,,
Mr. II. II. Harrison spent a few day: stove that cannot explode. Notary Public for the State at targe.Cimtrai .
A.VeUT..ed Remark From Our she will prove that sho means what she Will at all times handle dlnerlpt.
with us last week. He was looking after every 'tor mid ItulMcr of Vl'rJO: yearn' expert tau Gkillie HJla.
Worthy; Mayor. says by coining ngaln soon. ion of New and Second Hand Fuinittno rlcitcv. Natural *'Inlnli" a RjivcluUjr.MKLllOtRNK ; r> \
his Interests west of the bay. In fact will got anything to supply the 'V
As sit down to write tho old adage : VIA. '
,East Count Advocate} wo wants of the People INDIAN RIVER, FLA. .
i Our farmers are very much encouraged conies to us "Never too lato to do good.1
,About one year ago I wrote an articlefor adi'uncn'Soiled Stocks Disposed of. PLAIN SEWING NEEDLEWORK AND
uver the frequent showers wo have best wishes Groceries, Fancy Fruit, Choice Teai, ,
the Star entitled "Our Town Govern Acting upon It we send our Will! fell on Cummlwilon by private treaty; I '
\ has not changed had of late; their crops are .looking for the success and prosperity of tho or Public Auction, anything you want EMBROIDERY Coffees, Spices, Food\ Product, etc.' 'lD1tY
went. rime my
: beautiful. EAST ('OAIITUV'OC.TE.., We think I Ia It to turn into money. ANNIE SIMMONS offers her GOODS i', o k- _
opinion in the least As regards our nccos- Cash advanced on Goods for absolute MKS.
lino :
In the above to the -
,styles in respect to our municipal:affairs, Miss Mabel Roberts, ,received tho appointment newsy, spicy interesting pal'eratld sale.HODGES. Ladles of TI hltlvlll Prices moderate. Steam or Sail Boats for Charter by the
based as teacher of the sthool at feel sure that it will be all Its proprietors attention. ,
and hoping that my opinions on Prompt I \ )A
Week :Month.
Day, or ,
a practical experience of several years, Turnbull, ami commenced on Monday, promise for it. & GODFREY Home"", Main] Street, near Ice Facto..,.. t (" _

first aa a member of the Council, and the 13th, with a fair attendance. Rev. A. D. Cohen preached hero Sunday William Fu,1oh; .... "VV. E..ogers

secondly as Mayor, may have a little morning and night on account of Manufacturers of ,
Mr. J C. Norwood, of City Point, I Is Dl'n. 'n\nn. DEALER IN1 CLOTHING 'r.'
weight in, tho coming election, I Mk about to improve his hammock, which!, tho Inclemency of the weather the con Hauling Bono at reasonable rates. Attends ,

apace for an almost verbatim reproduction lies north of hero. The contract is let gregation was not no largo as usual He Yellow Pine Lumber all departing\ and_ meets all arrlv Gents, Furnishing Goods, Shoes, Hat, _
of that Article, and I sincerely hop offered a prize to the children, when hilt alns.
for tho clearing up, etc., and it Is his intention atot-oit A DIIEII8ED Caps Umbrellas trunks Valises '
Orders left with' G. D. Rumph or at ,
that every citizen of Titusvillo\ will\ give here before, for all or tho small S. K. Pox IIoHtln,
to plant I it in orange trees as Orange ADVOCATE ofllco will receive .
\\1.esubject'his earnest attention and mature scholars wko could repent all the booksof Fruit A Vegetable Crairn.Lnmlirr .. attention. prompt FINE CIGARS Eta
loon as the land Is prepaicd. dollven-d! at or Indian River Tho house In _
the when he returned any part only town making a ape
deliberation before selecting the New'Testament .
bill of ludinir.
on tlironirli ) Anyone contemplat.ing \ of Uonts, Ooodn.
claity Furnishing
municipal officers for: the coming year. There Is'omo talk of our citizens amour Sunday he called up the children, and biillillnir on the Rant fi Mint,would do wull tn -A. Frosohor,
write for J'rlrl' TbeSnwmIIIIsaitualedmttho Drop In and examine my stock,,and
Acting as I have, first as alderman and neighbors I.aGrnngoorganizing 14 were perfect; some of the vory young J.,'r.& K. W. Ity.,II miles moth of 1'niatka. TITUSVILLE, FLA., compare pi'Ices. Cinli customers com
now as mayor, I am painfully conscious thcmselvcs-into a branch of the Farmers' ones, five bi number, missing only one Ilralticril Ajrcnut Cocoa,I:. Billing, Kan Cattle,Engrne Keeps a full supply of Metallic and mand every consideration competitorsclaim _
0um.al '
Alliance.: There is a lecturer I in; the Wooden to confer. ':
I of the many and perplexing difficulties or two. Cecil Woolfe, only five yearsold' SatsnJUIIIlghtll'utnnn (*0. Flu.
1 which constantly arise'' in administering field, butlio has not given date as to ; was tho youngest who was perfect. Coding, Cases iinil Caskets. Call when convenient;,, First doot
when he will: in Funerals attended If desired. All or- \.1 '
put an south of ADVOCATE office.
our"town government. These difficulties We just happened In at Mrs. Coleman'slast derv promptly executed, and at reasonable (

must.necessarily arise from time to time, The egg l'lant'llf one of the prlnoipa Tuesday in time to htlp celebrateMr. EDEN rates. Embalming: dUl1(>. 2r. \

And; must be met and overcome as they; crops rained in this section. They are Robert MtCollough's: 21st birth-.day DIXON & GEA.Y, .

nrUe; hence wo must have men in our matured, but our gardners have not dinner. Ho received Homo very hand J. D.ALL: l'Italenln"I! '

city government, and particularly on outBoard commenced shipping\ yet, on account of some presents. The dinner was: just ono CONTRACTOR & BUILDER, Drugs Chemicals Perfumery Toilet
of Aldermen: who will\ permit the low prices quoted. As Boon as prim of Mr Cs best, and everyone knows PINEAPPLE t

nothing but the well-being and Interests ccs advance p large quantity will go how good that was. In one of the largo TititNvillo, Fla. Articles, Fine Soaps Stationery, 1

of the town and their sworn duty in the for\\BrL cakes was placed a piece of money, and Estimates furnished on application. JEWELRY, .
premises to influence them in their ac. tho one who cut the slice and got the pLANTATION. Correspondence and patronago solicitcMrno< SPECTACLES: '&

.lions.' Then let each one of us think LaGrange.' money wa the first in the company to DEWING MACHINES.; ,

well before we act in this matter, and get maniotl.' Ai there were several married 3M. D. D'1.t---o11: Guns Pistols; Sewing Machines andlfachlnory :

,see to it that neither personal nor mercenary ladles present who wet'e.ver1 well T. 33. :rt.1ohnrds, and Repaired. Watches' .ctockt\, .
Jewelry Specialty.
motives uence us in the election \. Our school children must listen; some satisfied with their present husbands Eden, Indian Ricer, Florida. iff.: School Hooks and School Supplies.,
of the men who are to control our of these days they may hear a largo bell they gave Mr. McCollough their cut; Subscriptions! taken at publisher' prices

tow government. Let the office seek ring for them.to hurry to school. after several slices had boon taken oil TituHvillo, Flu. for Newspaper, !Books Magazines, etc. I

the man, and let us see to it that only We are pleased to hear of the returnof Mr. McC.-struck the piece, delighted and KNOX the Painter Indian Work River contracted for on any part 8 01 Proscription carefully compounded at i

good and true men are sought.For Mrs Frank Schofield with Miss Nellie, exulting 4-vor tho other young men, any time, day or night. -', 1 '
and to her and the for whom tho slice Will do any and ALL Ki.vim of PAINT-
while the
Councilmen we must have clear hope, ore long, see lady wa.acut

headed, wll -awako business men and little lady. thought what' a lucky escape she lNG, such a* House and Sign Work, Jno McAllister, ]rugs, ,,, J.;
Graining In Distemper or Oil
property holders, because men who have The_many friends of Mr. Charlie Case had made. Wo wish him -a happy and t
been most! successful in managing their will be delighted to hear of his return. prosperous life, and hope he may have Colors; Paper Hanging or ti Contractor for Patent Medicines;

own business are best qualified for such lie l is looking well and reports a delightful many returns of the day and that all Stencil Work, Antiqueand

positions and less liable to err in the vacation. Welcome back. I may be as pleasant. Mosaic Stain. Glass I tiI Artesian Wells, Elegant Perfumery and Toilet t Articles

business affairs of a community, and on- The young men meet Saturday' afternoons Special attention to Natural Wood toi f Kept constantly on band atJ.
Ankona. IIau Galllel'la. :
ly to such mea should we trust our town on their nice, new baseball Finish. .
government. and when invited All articles' of Furniture made to look moT
ground play, they are not B. '
I as well an new. Estimate and work creven's.,
The people, who ;are the' sovereigns, to play match games elsewhere. Phosphate hunter are in the back done anywhere on Indian River. M. DOBSON & COMPY I ,
when they delegate the authority to Miss :Mabel Allair was unfortunate In country prospecting. Office on the ladder, TITUUVILLE, FLA. DRUG STOKE :'f f.

govern them to a few men, would be der severely burning her hand with hot Ellas Matter has added to his real estate W. 1C. KNOX. I '
Wilmington N C Also the latest Newspaper, Periodical .
elect In their duty to themselves and steam from the kettle; it was very painful quite recently. FOR *, eto. a

their children should they fail to exer- but not serious and, we hope, will C. T. McCarty is at Fort Pierce thin .
cise their best and clearest judgment in soon be entirely healed. week, on legal business. Make a Specialty of "

the choice of those men. and They should Mr. E. L. Brady and wife were out Tues- A review ot the year* pineapple bust Wines & Spirits Florida Oranges. Indian River r

lay aside every personal mercenary day the 14th, spending the day with their ness U encouraging for the future. i

motive, and select only those men who mother, Mrs. Albine Brady. It was their W. S. Snow, of Blalrstown, III, write Consignment solicited. Satisfaction

are beat fitted to fill the ,petition with tenth wedding day or tin melding; we that he can be expected almost any time Boors Guaranteed and Prompt Return State Bank;
honor;tq themselves and with credit to have heard no further particulars. now. ,
the community that placed: them there. Made. 8-2 mo
Mrs. Julia Allair returned Thursdayfrom County Supt. John II. /ham inspected CIGARS: ETC.OF '
Nor U this alL Jt is, imperatively necessary Titusville Florida.
a long visit to her mother and oth- the schools in this locality last week. '
that the people who elected them to THE! FINEST QUALITY,
: er relatives in Wisconsin and North lIe[ was highly pleased with their progress W. N. HENDRY -
fill that position should aid and sustain Dakota. We hear she is much Improved and efficiency. GO TO IKCOBPOBATKD UBTOKR TUB LAWS or'
them when elected, and give them their Dealer In TUB STATE or FLOUIDA.
Mrs. New Haven
from her trip and enjoyed it very much. Reynolds, formerly & Rcnakcr. '
earnest co-operation and advice, and also Conn. arrived home Lesley Authorized Capital. 1100,000
on Monday
to be aalenient as possible to their imperfections Mr. Alex Carlile ha finished plantingten night, from a summer'* visit north. Families General Merchandise Paid-up Capital .... .., 129,000
for it is utterly impossible to acres in green peas; they are coming Supplied.Vlorbhi .
nnleb the up nicely, and if we have no cold weather Saeger Bros will\ plant a large area In DRY GOODS A General Umaltnf BiulnvM TraniMtcd,
have town government ,
good Hotel Ite beans this while B. F. Pratt wintry
to increase his bank year;
he expects account -
t officers are.upheld ant sustained by the with Htato Guide. NOTIONS JAMES: PKitaiAuo, Presidents !
his fortunes tomatoes. ,
.r people. considerably. The most complete, thorough and W. B. BAMITTJ Vic..pi-eIdnti ;
nextmayor Miss Besbie and Master Jake Feaster The outlook for orange and lemon tree handsomely gotten up publication ever STATIONERY, W. M. B t! & cutlers .
Now who shall we elect for our
of Micanopy arrived bunday evening to II better than for many years. The season attempted for the btatc. Directors James Prltchartl, W; B.
and, other town officer f TM fsa has been peculiarly favorable for This work I* now being compiled, and Choice Groceries Barnett J< n Durkee, W. 8. grshall
vital question, and each one of us will attend school No. 1. They improved so LI> entirely out of the line of publication and W. M. Brown.

.have to answer that question for himself rapidly and were so well pleased hut young tree, issued heretofore and claiming to be 3II3I8,. I'LA. II K..ry Yen Con......t with Conservative ;
the term i& the reason they returned. We Vegetable growers are preparing for a aides. The bulk of matter ,never published $*aklua Eate.ddL. .
and become partially responsible wish them success rigorous winter campaign. We trust before. 300 page, convenientsize T. W. S1\fXTXX: Correspondents t Seaboard National
fitneu of our new officers. The next I that their efforts will be crowned with small clear type, Morocco binding, Bank, New York; National Dank at
question Is, how shall we select them Messrs. Frosher & Charlie McCrory published[ annually, and the only work Dray man, lacluonvlUo.
This is somewhat difficult to answer, but I have sold some of their fruit on the tree 'ucces*. giving a complete list of hoteU, line of Will attend to all kind of Hauling,
have had them Senator Quay baa let the contract fora travel potttotHce, industries, counties promptly cheaply and '
and ,
if every good citizen and property owner at 11.50 per box, fine winter residence at St. Luc Including and officer, State officer and court expedltlonsly. THE ADVOCATE
In TitnsTille will meet together and in a I gathered and delivered. It U to be hop veranda It will be tSOxOSft. ItwiU state military division, companies ando1i Will deliver baggage fur passengers I ;

proper spirit calmly discuss the matter 'ed that the gentleman who purchasedthem be a credit to this eetton. rs, churches, notietleK schools and arriving or departing on train or itamboaU. e.

and select their best men for town officers will not convey the idea when be Among the recent arrival, J. 8. Kook, ActiiutuiM of every kJI. Ready for Job Printing Deparlment

there can be but little difficulty in sells them, that they are the best we can of Af ulkey, Ill, tiiu put In hIs appearwee. BOW.delivery price October) by mail I, 1800., teo pout Order paid.received Can be found at the Railway Stationor ,

Laving a good, strong town government, produce; they are so sour now that It 1* HIs homestead will won blossom Address, "ilotei Red Book and State at my residence la South TltiuvilJj. Is :f.d

and one tho people can be proud of. Impossible for u* to eat them. like the-cabbage head, Quid," box 2tB, fit Augustine KU U. S. Mall Carrier. fi Ready do Year; Work; f.

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A COUNTRY' : cotwsmp' tue talking. Yes, yea i 'may depend ome clamttJon. The man went on talkingiiaa BUDGET OF( FUN. Uag.; I .

.Drfflng the cows from the upper meadow- to'keep aa eye on him sir. :Jbes absent wty I l
'Best and Brindle and Ben- fellows will bear watching.: I say "I wouldn't have liked to have, you A BIG

JSow In thesndllefat, now in the shadow, though, :Mr. Proctor, haven't you got think III of me; you're the first man uraionoTTs nitKrcnEa moai Did : .
And: an'In the wind's cares; mipbty close to that hundred?' who gave me a chance since I got down. VARIOUS sooncEa "
frith song as sweet as at morn the starling Half-an-bonr later Maxon looked In I wa'nt always a loafer sir. You spokeof Frt '
k t woos to thuldel to trW; again, his face lit up with mischeivons my knowing something about the TTn-
Hoffle, the fanner's daughter and darling &mUe."Don't. business, and to be sure I ought if fif. Two ota Kind-A Fiend Answered That
MIL yon want to take a look at teen in Uow Fruit Ot In the Cans
,.j. Comes tI"Ipplqadown the years as ".'torter' the Wisconsin .
your Dew hand now, Mr. Proctor Heis lumber regions can teach a man -A Definition,
1'urPtall&black an the braided tnsns just like the rest of them; sitting on thing of lumber. But when my wife any Jt: 0., Eta. lor I"
+ Her dainty templeethat crown; the lumber pile, all doubled up with a died I struck off out West. It's been
XJtjht is her step on the sward It preaeeqAs -
pain. hard luck ever since-and ray little girl The doctor wired to Mr Fortune first to Inman
fall of the thistledown. At six: o'clock, when the bands tune! -back there'with ber grandparents" 'Twins and both are girls,
The autrreJf peep from the wavride hedges up to receive pay for their day's His voice seemed to fail for weakness. Come at one and leave jour bniine held owing: to
As the maiden mores along, labor. John Proctor Come and see your pearl" ia just
saw protege "What have you eaten today' uked And then the father, proud and kingly $5000 I .
,And Count It chief of their privileges > her
standing off a little distance.' The the
manmade sharply.The Unto his thought gave vent what
To list to her jocund song. no demand for wages, and his em. man answered reluctantly, and almost "Although Mta Fortune came not singI'm !/ town
Down where the alders and slender rnihes ployer took no notice of him. As the in a tone of apology. very well content?' German
Border the rivulet's bank, men filed out, the agent of the PlumbagoCity "You see, sir-down there among the I of same as
And the widened sweep of the water gushes train, a personal friend of Proctor, lumber piles-how could I?" A DSflMTlOT.Johany : It Paris

Under a bridge's broad planks; came running into the office with a pack- John Proctor was a man given more to -"What Is a theory, Pa!" that down it ;
Whistling a love-song, in broken matches age in hit hand. action than to speech. He addressed the Pa-"A/theory, my son, is an impracticable ; on 3000 an
'His hat pushed beck from his browBobtn"the "Here, Proctor run them over qnlck- man now in clear, decided tones. plan for doing something that I. i longer;
miller, awaits and watches ly and sign this receipt. It's the 5000 "Do you think yon could hold on to impossible."-Pud."
For the coming of the cows. from Juarez ft Signor. I haven't a mo- my back:while I carried:: yon down to the for some for
ment to paie." hotel!" ; $3.50.
Up to their knees in the stream the cattle A FIEXD AKSWERED.
it all into
The lumberman
hastily counted the "Why, itr-.It wouldn't be fit."
Drink deep of its er'ltall\ow; his "Hello, Bronson. What's the good Papa 250 and
notes signed name to the receipt Ina "Shut upl I Put your arms around "
Ijttie they car for the lorer prattleOr my word
bold dashing band, and the agent hurried neck." coal runs
the bliss the twain may know; otto "Well there are 140,000 words in the nearly
The office and
Their tearing sides with their draught distended barroom of the hotel, language. Take your choice."_Epoch. of
New the
Left alone, Proctor drew from bispocket a pretentious edifice of Eastlako architecture .
a Russian leather held its usual of lady to keep
pocket- quota respectable I
They enter the path again, HIS ZCSJOTKSS. ,
book and laid the notes carefully inside. loafers when John Proctor entered the engines,
.And crop: the granes with head.low bended, As he thrust this into hit breast pocket with the uncouth figure on his back. A "What is your occupation I"asked the I !! en.
'elth.l'llde of the lane.
be chanced to glance toward the window, gurgle of laughter ran through the Judge of the sandbagger. : ( running
The shadows deepen; the dw is sprinklingWith and encountered the hungry eyes of the crowd. The majority fancied the young "1 am a dealer in undertaken' sub- nis, she oal bill, is,
diamonds all the mead.; tramp following all of his movements lumberman's brain had been turned by >plies was the answer of the prisoner. "Is I ,

And faint and far, in the distance tinkling, from without. As the man saw that be his recent losses, and that his dementia Tern haute Ezpreu. must company
The sound of tot belli recedes. wu detected he paused, seemed about to hAd taken the.form of a violent development [New in the ex-
\CU11 on the bridge where the water glistens, .peak, then changed his mind and sauntered of the weakness with which ho had HOW VBtriT errs Cf Tea: cll L beef, persons
:As the the moonlight on it tells away carelessly. A vague anxiety hitherto been accredited. The laughter Visitor (at a canning factory)-"Well, all the the racer

Th miller talks, and the maiden listens, assailed John Proctor. It was long after suddenly ceased when the young man I suppose summer is your busiest season ,are,
: uUb*'coW'lIl'lID their stalls banking boars. There was no help for went straight to the clerk, saying, in Hebich,
-WD. toladiet Yams Journal. it ho be clear tones Canner-"Yes, we have to put or Mr. ,..
StUy, .must... the. custodian of his treasure .,.ringing up
until morning.He "Give me the best room you have shut up."-Ifiuury't Wukty.BE of pursers,,

THE 'HUNDEEDTH MAN sat up late that night. The payment This man, who saved my life last night is scow cash, if seamen,
of this sum wu all that was necessary badly I hurt. Borne of you"-turning to WOULD nr rnre. tion the and wait-
to make the trip a definite and tangible the idlers-"go at once to the surgeon-of "Say, look here, waiter I Do customers it-aw and as

'.".Now, tee here, my friend,"laid:JohnProctor matter. There was a pile of correspondenoe Atchison Road." have to wait a year in this restaurant Mr. : ',and
': his boned eyes looking gravely to be turned off, and a letterto A dozen men sprang forward to relieve before they can get something to eat!" not at The total
Into the tramp's face, as 'he balanced a be despatched to that little woman in him of his burden, to help him carry the "I really can't tell you; you see I've not." { days is
coin on the tip of his finger, "no less minois, telling her to discharge her poor fellow to a comfortable roomwherehe only been here a week."-Philadelphia [Mr. ", .,
music and make for his was gently laid the bed. Ttmt office highest
than six: mend begging, have stopped me pupils ready com upon
In the street today; while down there at ing. When be had finished his letters He soon recovered, and remained ia ter of ,and
,the 1,1 d"-indicating with his hand a be sat quietly 10r..whllell1 his big armchair the yard. John Proctor bad found his WORDT WEBSTEB. lower.] on
grog of tall lumber piles surrounding a ; It was very late when be rose hundredth man.-Chatter. "Do you not admire Clay and Webster ch he re'
building in the distance-"we haven't and, locking doors and windows, proceeded Mrs. Newbodyl" !. is the
bad three applications for work in a to the little inner room, where he A Quaint Account-Book.: "I don't know much about Clay, but rues
month." slept. He drew oft his coat, and folding In a ash'account may be read a fragment Webster I like, though he is a little / likely:
"Trl m." it carefully, placed it beneath pillow. of the owners biography. Rarely, wordy. Gets it from his dictionary, I I IuppOie. Ikel" : cease rac
"Do! yon imagine you would work if Then he examined the barrels of an Eng however, are the incidents, traits of ."-Bator.HE : ,long as
you had the chance" I have had little lish bulldog pistol which bung upon a character and tastes which it indicates so of the pocket,
experience with fellows of your book beside his bed. Reassured by this interestingly presented u in the unique WAS EXdlOKD AT OXCX. der company.
ort.'?, precaution be sank into a heavy sleep. account-book of Lady Eleanor Butler and Secret Service Official-"This special Mrs. City' of
The man retorted 10 sharply] that one John Proctor awoke that night to find Miss Ponsonby. A sketch of these ladies, I mission requires a man of the utmost I'm no 1 in coal

could almost have fancied the poor remnant himself assailed by aloe mightier than who paused many years in a little cottage delicacy, tact and diplomacy. What )
of spirit still abiding in him stirred his feeble imagination hAd pictured. in the country, Is given in Btlffravia. credentials have you!" air I : ,.of
,Lid to something resembling wrath. He tried to rise but found himself Evidently they were industrious persons, : Applicant "I've jest been umplrin' a oak engineer,
;'That's always the way" he muttered. unable, oppressed by a terrible severe toward the .shortcomings babl' OW."-Fuel. tall to ,the
"Say we wont work; then wont give sense of suffocation from dense volumes "MosM Jones," and the tinker,the "tay- sups

I, 'os a show., I know we're a pretty low- of smoke which filled Jor' and the gardener, whom they certainly DID TOU KYtB: TRY IT? fuss over
down lot but some of u* start out square the air,' through which vast sheets did not overpay, and they were, u :Max his em
enough. If a'man gets down there s no of flame darted their forked tongues 1D&D1ltem. similar to that of "flannel for old McFingle "You seem all pegged out, He i*
getting again." toward htm. Suddenly the wall of flame trocpa" testify, generous according to man. What have! you been doingl"McF16ugle..l'm named ship >git
There'was something almost pathetic and smoke was parted, and the 'fAce of their small means. The!"Scip" referred trying to lose a yellow a horrid report'
In hit very sullenness, as he shuffled the tramp bent over him. He was to was a favorite dog. children.dog that's become attached to the gust of below
Confound him I
away, his rags' flapping: in the strong roughly shaken, pulled out of bed, half. C awages d. Here becomes bold. ltud.'r' tons
1791. MOMS Jones. in now -Laterenc* American.TBS .
dragged half-carried through the little payment of
breeze, and ill-mated shoes clattering an and indicated
than he deserved
accompaniment to his gait. private office, and dragged into the larger .....more.. ............... 5 0 BKTOBT-- where number
,'Come back here, will you!" room beyond, where the fire had begun John Rodgers for bad work... 9 8 DIICOtETEOm."Leave gave make
,John Proctor's' voice was stern and de its work of devastation. Then voice and Tinker, for" tpoUlag" tea-kettle.. 1 8 the house," said the irate: strutted as much,
Alo from !land not fit to be
and he debtor.
The ,tramp halted, hesitated memory came back, drank...................... 0 0 giants as
looked away, and then shuffled back "My notes 1 In my coat pocket-under David the taylor for dolnj.... :36 "I couldn't hope to take the house the lost the Cap
I gain. the pillow. Let me go I" Our precious and never to be with me, with so heavy a mortgage on his tells bins
, forgotten Bclp's last expense 4 0 It," retorted the creditor-but he did
"Come down to the yard this afternoon For an answer be wu violently pro- To David Miller became his fig uW It
take it later
and ru give you a job. But pelled forward into the arms of some ..tour potatoes............ 1 0 on.-JtlmltV' Weekly. ugly that
.take this and get filled up first." men, eagerly crowding through the flamIng Weaver for weaving table linen "Oov boas of
The man did nnt extend He to free and towels................ 118 0 tt MtOHT DATE SEES SEavICE! DEFORE.Ethel"Therei hi
immediately doorway. struggled great
Powdered Hair tax............ >8 8 0
I bis hand to take the money. In the himself from their grasp. He fought 1T9J. Taxgather unusually earUor, one thing thatdoeen't $160 a.
moment or two that elapsed the young I fiercely with them, and finally broke April lU.I( : II 0 suit me about this engagement." equal to
lumberman thought he detected a trace down and cried like a child. Maxon's Four little boy at chlmnr-ar 0 0 Maud-"What is It! Two The chief
of allied recalled him himself. 1795 Little Mope, enootireemeni forgoing Ethel-"Jack: didn't have to to
something to resentful pride in tones to well-drened church. :3 3Halston go who which Is
bis bearing. But the illusion vanished ,'Why, man, do you think wo wouldlet .ardenerwith horrid town for his engagement ring. He simply at the \ steam
..s a grimy hand closed greedily upon the you go into that lire1 furnace again! melon.........2: 0 went up to.his room for it."-Puck, "Home
silver, and the fellow disappeared without Bee 1 There goes the roof now." :Mr.teetb..l Salmon for cleaning our 1 0 voice, med by

, even troubling himself to make any The fire raged all night; John Proctor, Contribution of flannel for AX UNCLE TO LOOK: LIKE. body in : trip
formal expression of his gratitude. after directing the efforts of the men who troops.... ................. 110 "We have decided that Baby looks him. $16,000.
John Proctor looked after him with i tried to quench it, walked weariedly Moeea1 Old, dirty waceaooe ungrateful week's drunk 0 0 like Uncle Joseph said the happy him and thing

quizzical smile. Five minutes later he away with Maxon. eoneee deducted.......".... 8 4 1I1IInD1S. "My aboard
cn'wus own name would be the tout of "Maxon." be said, abruptly, "did that Spinning wheel................ 110 "Why, Joseph Harris is u ugly as a "
a drunken crowd of loafers In the saloon fellow who got me out but night come mud fence." "Yes. five hun,
around the corner To be sure, it out safely himself A Waif of the Cannibal Iilandj. "Yes; but he is worth$2,000,000.- "To bottles of
wouldn't help to advance a certain Quixotic \ : ,2jbw I think of it," returned Maxon, There is in Portland, Me. a young New :Tort SIM. "Yes. ,
reputation which had attached itselfto 'be went back a minute; but he got out woman about twenty years old whose "I bottles
him since his first advent in this little all right-just as the roof fell in. I history is even more remarkable than her A WISE JoU.". there's a bottles,
Mexican town. But he steadily adhered thought at the moment a piece of falling appearance is unusual. She has a dark Clerk at Summer Hotel-"Would you a feller mineral
to his creed-Grant that ninety-nine out timber hit bum, but be scrambled oft fast copper-colored complexion, very high prefer a room at the front or at the miles water,
of a hundred of this population were enough." cheek bones and prominently sharp, long back!" Home 16.00O
'thieves and mendicants he was wont to A dread suspicion assailed John Proc teeth. When but five years old, away Arrival-"Where does the band play the law. on, 2500
say that he preferred to be victimized by tor's honest heart, but he repelled it off on one of the South Sea islands, she Clerk-"In front of the hoteL" "]3e tarts
the ninety and nine rather than miss that sturdily He bad plenty to occupy his was sold by her own people, who are Arrival-"Then give me a room at of vege
hundredth man. thoughts, for he knew, what not even cannibals, to a Portland sea captain and the 1ack.Tit Epoch. 1200
Proctor was deeply engrossed in making Muon bad guessed, that this disaster the sellers, if sat the buyer, firmly believed ., 3500;
: out tn order for several car loads offinishing bad wrought his Irreparable'ruin. she was bought to be eaten as AX: ADVANTAGEOUS POSITION.: coffee,
lumber, when a shadow darkened If he could only have saved that $ ooo.or tyjod. She has passed through the grammar Mr. Knight-"From where would you Henry of
the door, and the tramp stood before if be had not been so ambitious Annie schools with credii. Although never like to view the parade?" ly dared 10,000
him. He could not repress an exclamation had been ready-poor girl. 8ha bad able to articulate the English language Mrs. Knight-"From a Given Point. loved ., 400
of surprise. The vagabond observed even proposed bringing her piano to this correctly, she can make herself under Mr. Knight-"Where's that!" affection of
it, and his face lowered u he asserted new Southern town and eking out stood. She lives in the capacity of a Mrs. Knightdon't know; but I sweet & 17-
himself defiantly. their income with the result of her servant with the sea captain's wife, and notice that all parades are so long In women of
"Yes, I've come," he said "What are own labors. On one point he was is much attached-to her.-r.. Tort passing that place."-Puck. caresses smoked
you going to give me to do!" resolved. Whenever he got square with Ttlegrom. of Teal.
John ,Proctor put on his hat and went the world again he would put his mac's KISTASOE. vain. of
with him.into the in his and humbly Andes Travelers Seldom Wash.I .
yard, where an empty pride pocket, Amy-1'Fred, I hear that your kin the pounds
ear was waiting' to be filled on an order presenting himself before the little may say tiers that experienced travelers ment with Miss Blesser is broken.engage." her lips lamb
from a neighboring town. He showed woman ask: her to share his fortune for strenuously deprecate the use of Fred-"Yes, it is" the twenty
the mart a small dip of paper tacked on i better or worse.' How long will it betA soap and water during the journey across Amy-"It must have been built on the They of
the end, and was about to explain where I sharp groan escaped his lips. the Andes, on the ground that it renders land to fall so soon." out on sixty
he would find the material designated, Suddenly he rose and stood erect. His the skin tender and susceptible, not so Fred-"I thought it was founded on which ,
when t&4 fellow threw off his coat and quick ear bad caught the sound of some much to the sun, but SO the terrible dust rocks, but I discovered she hadn't any" now and figures geese.
deftly attacked a pile of scantlingwhich heavy body slowly moving over the and winds that you meet. If you wash Jfviuey't W<<11,. "It : of the
happened to be the first item on the list. ground I they say, your lips and nose will crack: for love !
"Holloa," said; Proctor gazing at him "Who U there!" ,I and your skin peel off. For my part, I A SEW CATER d VOURSISO. offset
In surprise, "you seem to know something "Only me. It that you,boss'" abstained from washing the whole time I
about bent forward and Butcher-"What can I send you up him."Please Include)
this business. John Proctor perceived was in the mountains, not only because I "
"A little," returned the man, shortly a man crawling: along in the felt confidence in the experienced advice to-day Mrs. Style! said. : most
n The young lumberman took his way shadow of a pUtt of joists. As the,figure of other travelers but also because for )(n. Styles-"Send me up a leg of freight..
back to the office. A little later the emerged into the moonlight he saw that want of water and utensils I 'never had mutton" and be sure it II from a black prise. ." of

ruddy visage of his foreman, Maxon, the fellow dragged one Jug helplessly an opportunity of washing. On the other sheep.Butcher_"\ black I. "Oh! She .,
looked in at the door u he returned from after him His suspicions melted away band, I must say that 1 arrived at my sheep! plied. nearly
dinner beneath, the natural warmth of. heart.- journey's end without any hurt or disfigurement Mrs. StJ'les.-uYea* we are in mourn arm abort
"Oh, by the way luCID, I have anew .Are you hurt!" other than the loss of the lug, you know -Clatttr, ing to try average
man at work out in the yard. You 'Only a falling timber, boss, but the skin on the tip of my nose,--JLarptr'tConsumptive "Dear about
might keep ft.en eye on him." fire got into my eyes, and I cant see very J1tK U- 4n'EB A 7ROPOSAL.He"You "011 about
"Now, Proctor"exclaimed Max: well." weep mademoiselle; have you were ae-
on, ia hopeless protest, "is it another of He bad drawn himself to Proctor'sfeet Birds. I offended you f' I suppose receipts
them fellows and stopped, turning a little upon There Is a bird's home and hospital in She-"Oh, no, my dear these are what a a good

t'Wu, you see, h, declared he was bis side, his bead propped cp with his Oxford street<< where people can take tears of joy. But yesterday morning and I. s 5, .
*Wt$'w< work, and it seem only far hand. their pets to be sursea and cared for, lama said to m.: 'You are so silly you do : : tons

to give i man a chance" You tee, when I came through the says a writer in the London PaS J tail that'not even an imbecile would marrY And tiOQ ,

Th* bro. d.-hoQUer 4 young .proprie door something fell against me, and sot fhtdgtt. The proprietor says birds suffer you, and now, behold" you have asked did $8000. r.
tot was avowedly on. th, defensive.. seeing von, and sot being able to getalong chiefly from consumption aDd asthmadiseases me for my hand! -Peru Yyarv. do. and is
"So far u 1 I; brought on by the birds being sea-
an concerned, of course, very well, there were au many ofthose winked,
It's netting to me," observed Maxon, Mexican thieves about I was placed in draughty window Consumption. A 1tJU'&IlL mosquito & make

dejectedly. 'Bnt it putt me out t.J>> afraid they might make OS with this"- is helped on by the birds btdng indiscriminately during who had: been ab- maidenl tU i'
Lays yen mad a laughing stock all over holding out a flat leather book, which fed on all sorts of things sat night)-"I am ever so the nose dec-.
IDs &oWA. It's asiuuae-neU. it's no lob I'rocter seized with a alai rJ.: that are UMUiUb'e. for food. ,; glad you left your pistol with me, dar- UM band 1Iaa
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B 1JRROIS KILLED t woke the ftlumbetln* echoes. of "tEe, HOUSEHOLD : r Ten Koathi of Legislation 4.'g..f.4,;<, v

quiet! town. .. ..'..... 'c ..>t.4' iI
Both shot were well aimed' TM bail the I ta the tea months of the session of ', + \

:ttl: QRSAT OUTLAW FOREVER from the outlaw, )pst"t 1 struck Carter in T1LVKT pn> on congress, Presldeat Harrison sent to the ,

SILENCED. the left brwut alwre the heart, and passod Here ii A recipe for to tho senate 3,837 nominations, of which all i.

.. through the lungs. Burrows was shot Take three cups sweet ia but twelve were confirmed. As many of
thrnngh the bowels, the ball passed en boil, sweeten and ." of these nominations contained the names

EB n CirrCBKD, TREES KM SELF ASD' tirely through his bad". He .staggered 3 starch. Remove from of more than oae person they represented

ArtBn A DESPERATE FIGHT Witt _"'SB back into the street, but-rel-ed his pistol yolks of two eggs well b to probably 4,900 appointments.{

01'Tfre CAPTORS, MEETS A TUHIL 15O again and sent a ball crashing( through cup desiccated United Several hundred of these were postmasters

DEATH.TelegrtmS. the shoulder of Marshall, th- neprn. who whites stiff and place on at offices which have become presto

was standing there half dead with fear. slightly In a hot oven.- dentist through the growth of bussncss.

were received at Binning- TEa nOBT COSTIST/ED: IN THK STREET. They also include the appointments in

ham".Tuesday night announcing the cap- Carter was staggering from the shock A CELEBRATED Connection with the Census!, nearly all of
tttrt Of the noted train robber, Rube Burrow oM which are temporary In their nature. In .J
of the wound, but he ran out into the An old cook celebrated
*, io Monroe county, Alabama. He ttreet and shots Three the first seAlon of the fortI'ninth con-
seven more pistol serts makes chocolate '
wan csrajrht Tuesday afternoon by a farmer rang of grass, which lasted eight month President Brimful .
the air. Both had l
named out on night men A quart of milk is put in a
JkDuffie, who succeeded in d,aw. of the Cleveland sent to the senate
'ing him into a trap. The great outlaw emptied their revolvers. By this time and when it boils two States nominations 2,690 of confidence in .h-the |nariu-

was secured without a struggle, and is in Burrows and had crossed to the opposite late are added. The 773 facturers of Dr. Sage's Catarrh '
sidewalk Carter the middleof
jail at Linden was near constantly until the CAPT. JAKES BEND who saved the
JUreogo I
total the the street. As the echoes of the last solved and then it is lives Remedy. 4It's, a faith ,
The of rewards offered for the of SOS persons wrecked off Long
'capture of Bunows Is $7,500. The South' the pistol shot died The away shots both had men aroused sank half to utes. Then it should be of the Beach on the ship State of Georgia in that means business too-it's

ern Express Company which ground. the fire and allowed to December 1833 still lives at the of '
been among age backed by This
of the people in the little village and money
the grcate-t sufferer by his robberies, has minutes. In the mean lomo- ninety at Beach Haven, N. J. up
Repent thousands of dollArs in efforts to the: inhabitant, running into the streets six eggs and the whites of I is what they offer: $506 reward ;
in their night clothes stumbled over the ChroBta IlUIIeatlk.
capture him. In addition to his numerous quite light, and eight ta I for a case of Catarrh
form of the
robberies, be is wanted in Lamar and bloody in the dtf.k street. two Soon men a lantern lying prone was sugar and one of vanilla ", what How It many mean pass to feel throngh well. life How never many knowing continue which they cannot cure. 'They '
Mount counties in Alabama for murder. with them. When the tho to ezlit who would gladly) down and
brought, and its pale light cast ghostly mt forever With it it ,
some require more mean They're .
,THB STOUT OF HIS CAFTCBE. shadows about the weird scene. The the ingredients are agricul ,Outage to live than to die. They: live for iheir; ,
A: Semopolis dispatch of Tuesday startled people heard a groan from the pudding dish. It is to bus. those they love. They Uve to be a .protectionand take the risk-they know n
provide for helpless little one Ah I ad
.ayI'Thls afternoon, in South :JIarengo, man lying on the sidewalk. They gathered moderate oven, and when Mr. It M when a kind parent I I. afflicted with ache medicine. By its mild, 'soothing } .' ;'a''
Sir."John }McDuffie and others, sent out about him just in time to witness centre it is done. Put the with. and pains, aorvouane. weakness dyipepula. -

by the Southern Express Company, Captured one long, convulsive shudder and then in a pan of water and the will thus And suffer yet, 1*, not when a parent means to of blame relief who are cleansing 'and healing ;

the real, genuine Rubo Burrows. Rube urrows, the man who had so watery. Make a meringue right at band. Many who loan altered In a properties, it produces perfeet -,

reported in the daily papers, he was often defied the grim destroyer, was ing whites of eggs and Mate made of mlnerable chronic by Ill-health their feelings whose of lire distress were, : and permanent cures 'of

making his way back to Lamar county,had dead, fuls of sugar. Spread it ) and who found no relief from doctors hero
passed through Monroe, and has been in Mr.Carter was carried to his room and when it is baked and 1s pleas- quietly begun aM of Dr. John Bull's Sana- the worst cases of chronic Catarrh
rUla, and found health and thereIn
llarengo the past few days. Detectives, everything possible done for him. lIe ityet to brown a little. gently A word fo the wine I I.sufficient.strength Demand in the Head. It's doing, .

assisted by deputy sheriffs, have been alive and may recover, but his woundis It this remedy of your druggist. Take no other. it where

close behind him in this county since a terrible one. The negro, 1\Ianhdlt is FICXLE8 SWEET AIm pro In the matrimonial ml'r1tet" doein't make, every day everything
Sunday. Today Mr McDuffie came upon badly wounded also, but his wound is eo much difference about a girl's complexion else, has failed. No matter =+#
Rube wbo had not considered t In pickling, it is always use U her income Is only fair. ,
stopped out of the rain lUlgerous. how bad case of how '
in a.house. Mr. JlcDuffie arranged with After an inquest, the body of Burrows porcelain or agate iron- ; J. C. Simpson, Marquees, W. V*., aay: your or
two colored men to go in the house, os was turned over to the officers of theexpress if a brass utensil is the only op a "Hair Catarrh Care oared me of ft very bad long standing, you .can: .be,
it should first be well him case of catarrh." Druggist cell it, tea ''
tensibly for some other purpose. company, and they decided to *. cured. You're sure'oC'that-
Rube had placed his rifle in the corner send it to his relatives in Lamar county, and water, and the pickles The tramp "generally willing to take hold
i of the room, but had hi i revolvers on Alabama, for burial. So ends the career' lowed to remain in it Very to QM. of pie unless he happen lo be a printer. I or of $ oo. You can'fhaw

him.,, The darkies engaged him in con of Rube Burrows, a man whose history is cider vinegar is a necessity Offer E'even children out of twelve need Dr. both, but you'll have one or
'venation, and then grabbed him by his without a parallel. The identity of the be both clear and strong. the af Bull' Worm Deetroyer orvadonally. Tbeie the
bands dead to be established be Ky./ damn tll1"l. candle are always Mr and litre .
preventing his Ihootin : He man seems beyond vegetables, too, must .
fought the darkies manfully until !Ic- question. for if at all withered the are Many a man who I I. a good hot In this world other.uMMER.

Duffie and others got in, when, after TUB NEWS IN WASHINGTON. to be flabby. Take plenty hope to mla Are in the next.

'desperate straggle, they succeeded ic The announcement in the evening work aud when *,Mala Tom Dyspepsia, Indl pnpera l ..., dlaordera,ne Brown' Iron Bitter Th heel
conquering and securely tieing Iho'grcal that Rube Burrows had been killed the jars in a dark place, "" "th. lonl. It rebuild the system clean the Blood oRCaNOFFER

i desperado. down in Alabama, created a great deal them in blue or brown young and .tren.thn.the mtuolM. A.plend.dtoo-. ,
BTIUTPED RAND AKD FCOT. of interest around the postoffice department desired to have the pic to for weak and deollltated "reoua. BUT la loru*. Beeteiabeii r t
jfcDuffle went toL'nden jail this aft r' Wednesday afternoon. Rube has line the kettle with ,tome Ded-In the fiftieth year of Its age, of Ootsbiie sad tf *IM*>

noon, with Rube strapped hand and fool robbed the malls three times, and the de- sprinkle with powdered mighty scarlet fever Pa'.tl' half. crop frtre.n.n1S. Th le*1Ml. knew C.aa*,

in" front of him on his horse, being across partment has a standing reward of $1OOC portion being a teaspoonful Woma'h her d........ and their treatment. Jact.UUla.....dov b Uae*
the head on one aide and the feet on th for his and conviction.Turkeys TI lutratagprlo.&lo.. HeM upon receipt DMsbOTUUL Nelalereet .
of water-but
capture many good ,," ad- of lOa,emit of maUlna.etc.Addree* Prof. Oar satire' etookv-aay m&DYfI1Maya -; ,
other His position was very painful, : not consider it necessary to lead a U. KUKa, M.DM KU Arch St., PhUan Pa. ntoeerstjta. BEAT Saminer -
but he: had to be allowed no chances. their cucumbers, as it _. *flr wejrref cnade. 4f
The great Rube' is now in jail in reality. Will to.. ClrealejM ,
I Routed by Grasshoppers.Farmer the flavor and gives them f
He had only $17,8)0 on his person. look not always desirable. CMOIEH

JHTBE IS KILLED. James C. Fairchild, of the tipper Fur those vegetables solid day 1890 LUDDEN & BATES.",

A later telegram from Demopolis says: Paupack region in Pennsylvania, asserts laid in salt and water cars and SAVANNAH, OA,
Rube Burrows train robber murderer that has never known grasshoppersto old direction "brine \ .
nnd ou'law is dead. be as thick in that place as they have holding
He died with his bear up an egg" is as good
favorite pistol in his hand, in a daring been during the past August. In a three- this calls for about one_ .at*read thii For Coughs Colds
and reckless attempt to regain his acre field of late rye the injects were so
three of aMkiae'Uk
gallons water Thsre liD,' ;l
and when he fell, two men had gone numerous that they ate all the blades off them Harm. t
down before his unerring aim. To the the stalks and sucked all the juice out of pickles to keep wrtutn.

last he displayed that spirit of devilish them before the crop was ripe. One day vinegar. If scum ever CHyJl bott .< M I DR.SCHENCK'SPULMONIC. t1o
cunning and daring which for years has Farmer Fairchild left his white vest at the turn off the vinegar and

made his name a terror in the Sonth and edge of the lot, and when he went to putit thoroughly. Then boll OMAI'. .. ..li'k'e11 ,
,West, but at last he was face to face with on at night he found that the grasshoppers skim off all froth, : botUe u.
.n man his rqal in courage and his matchIn had eaten hundreds of holes in it. as long u the scum rises. I : I

the skill of handling a revolver. The grasshoppers seemed to increase sev- over the pickles while still .* l I. *

Tuesday night Burrows was taken by eral fold each day in that particular field An easy method of ...,. a II I M pleaetnt the b.Y..* ,,1

his four captors to the little town of Lin and it appeared to him as though they cucumbers known as ( doM Out cunula a MrOeU*. II WelamernylblnlDJunou

den. He was a valuable prize, and' they came out of the ground nearly full mended as follows: Soak 'where LIb.B..tUuatk&*dliriB talhe ;

could not trust an outsider to watch him. grown.As for forty-eight hours, then / IyMo. Wald, rurtlal.byall Drs.ei.s
Price, $1.00 pr bottl'*. Dr achMik1* Peak ee '
:With his hands and fet t tied they }place soon M the rye was put into the hundred gherkins allow an CoMumptlon end lu Cere, natlml fn*. A him in the sheriff's office in the jail?, and barn, he turned the turkeys into the stub- tard-seed, an ounce of iii'v J. B.Boheaok Ji Bon.Phiudelpbievud ;
ble. A high stone wall surrounds the DIAMOND SETTING we,make a specialty
;John McDuffie and
a negro named liar-, spoinful of salt, a cupful or IIIOII"UL "
ball sat down to watch him through the lot, and the turkeys drove the hordes of two small red pepper \ ... We have unequaled/aelllUas In this line of B CHAlEt 1 \t.t'1\IY ,

night The negro was one of the captors.J. grasshoppers ahead of them and gobbledup up in thin muslin bags, peeul'ar work. "".'''''NO "''lICI.& ...1cr
C. Carter, who planned the what they wanted.: One day the turkeys I rUItNITUI'II. p
capture, to each hundred pickles.
Old family jewels remounted in the latest
drove apparently millions of the in.
took the money found on Burrows, 'NV."I .
in kettle .
and went to the hotel to sleep McDuffie sects into a corner of the field. Theycouloln't i, cumbers'them with a on o'd tuJo till_ styles. J. P. Stevens Bro., 47 WnlUhall \\er-"I:% .
cover vinegar.
and the negro, Marshall, were to re get over the wall or through it, bags of spice, slice the la her' street, Atlanta. O*. i wtliLCHAI"
and several bushels of the
main all and did grasshoppers, '
n guard night, they aIM of .
not dream that their shackled prisoner Farmer Fairchild declared, turned upon all together slowly. When over Ir cn'omfB A ............"' ........... A......us'
would think of The door was his flock of turkeys and came within an they are ready to pack *,wha. .aYOLYSR wtssarInt.1 .......... ./_!' .= F'e I
heavily barred, and while Burrows was ace of swamping them. The fowls were Jar; but should be eatlrely AM1TH I lWUhON a.r.e. ihlpor( aa ddlTfrr.t ab. ......NI" .-,

quietly sleeping, his captors sat near him completely: covered with grasshoppers, ten days later and any .........Tb.aut s !!1'aU..,..be. ..-sump'_'lot.-10 C4t* A'l' %,11---!> ,3
with pistols in their hands : and the insects kept coming at them so tracted. I 'ma.Lelar.dlrnll ktcrallsa ..u>>n. UFO. ,.
thick and fast that .the turkeys finally Chow-chow is always a oaly : : >rMiak>|Bil44-UA INS I
TOE GAME COMMENCES. took to their legs and wings and went and a nice recipe la,- one '.anM o asmalaatlo. >....Hafoty H.a O"rooIYQI nim rUi. b.sad for.wort. BORE WELLS I .KA.K. I

At 4 o'clock Wednesday morning the squalling toward the centre of the lot u flower separated into tiny ; ly.a."p.Dd w,. .It..11".tulI' tb.larenenral.d. .for' lsI.I,, :MONEYI I
prisoner awoke. "I .,. .,.. Doaotbed..otJ t. Our WH MMBIBM are eke m *i. ,
am hungry get me though something had scared them half aee.
l ....
I quart of sliced cucumbers; eb...p .U..t e fa..',.. l_It..I... wblou0tvIl.bl. I '1.U..U.IIDII'.U..V"" "",
something to eat be said. "We cannotget to death. small onions cut in half .r OI"O 11014 for u.. "" am" ry Out !.b.do... M"NII _'dMMpr.
; iiiu.waea UII"4TtIt ra.aN
] bat \
anything at this hour answered After little of the on 1'b. BatlTa _
a one gobblers rallied tomatoes sliced WEMHON' IUToI.. *i.ad sUmpr e npoa Ui 'McDuffie. "Well hand me my satchel.I the flock, and led them back: to the green ; of r.U with Arm'. BDM,kMrM* .0'{ .'.- of Nt..ta taut..10 YAiL1 Y wW 4m.R. :... _
sliced five
have some crackers In there." A corner lie gobbled a number of times pers ; pints Hit sod npoD are .aaraBlee Di'lw: tile*(.vrtei..".., aria'lr.vdtlsll., .ni it roes Do LOOMIS & NYMAN 1 Catauosua
leather satchel which Burrows carriedin the cups of granulated sugar, d.sl.rn rotsupriy you u attar to a on and the other tom r.3' FRUPNORTNAMD
way, turkeys b bw w.U roars prompt sod tiuaUoa.r TIFFIN.-. OHIO.
his hand when captured lay in one marched abreast of him and gobbled defiantly ful each of ground i n llT.eaUl"gn..Tl .....w t'.h.l'r'l'J'! >

corner of the room where it had been at the grasshoppers, the hens mace and celery seeds, uc.ioa. SMITH & WESSON, .

thrown without examination McDuffia bringing up the rear and talking saucily spoonfuls of ground trYat1cCthi.ppn. w.rls.sald, Maee S Tot i gmpbJ'RaYOLVTI01' s

handed the-satchel to Burrows. The as tney marched. Well up toward the the condiments together .TO 9-130 A MOITllaebman.: werktaafor
'manacled hands of the tard, and tie them in two I ill .... r..... pretemd WBO. .. (oral* '( i
prisoner were corner of the field the flock spread out, I......sad five .war wbula 4ms lo Ike biulaxa nlIIIRORTII.\NDI ,
thrust inside, and bringing out a handfulof and in a moment innumerable wings were bags. Place. these and tho Spars. mammals sea, lie pt'OGIabIplo''/... alas.Afeweaamal..is GEORGIA TELEGRAPH' SCHOOL '

crackers he handed them to his guards, buzzing toward the wall. Pretty soon a preserving kettle and SON a CO., JWoI Yale Iowa.lie.sad, 1Uo.r1Ye......JlL.,. tout.m. The Leading Heaeet la lbs Noam, Bee
and McDuffie and the negro put down the grasshoppers were as thick in the the cold vinegar, into .111... .,HhenbaD J la the Werld. Il will

their pistols and; began to eat the crackers. corner as they had been before. There stirred the sugar and ; "yr-.1 pay ten .e writ far.BarilevlsLr,. +

Again the shackled hands went down wasn't room for them all, and again they the scalding point, boll for ...., MOTHERS. W; Jf 1 COWL Ll'UE.MlEIU!: Heaelstda.

Into the satchel, and when they again turned upon the turkeys and the turkeys and then set away in glass e.(mt III tla paetye.el.a/.l ...,...:::ti'i,wtllt;_'u'if..a. 'Adel:':In a,.IIkr4. lip =
came forth the startled guards looked turned tall in an instant, skedaddledacross One of the most delicious ._. "II.aM YO..1t "a.... --... GIVEAWAYNO
into the muzzles of two gleaming re the lot, and flew over the bars into one that seems M M "
the The fowls had ."'. O A toad for Catalogue Jv> i
volvers. roadway. plainly known, is made of green COO O IX V N S a and PrtceLUt No. W. oM"..11.| ,,....,, ........ ....,..,...."",....., (uf rikoraaih ... i
"Untie and be quick 'about it been badly scared by the grasshoppers .. ,. .. ..
me, one gallon of green Just inued. C. P. CARPENTER CO., ri.. .11.) ( as we earl enfl r..
and since then Farmer Fairchild baa ,. lUl ., .
saLt Burrows to the negro, who obeyedat ; onions, one quart of vinegar _Brsmiborof Vermont. Mil" .audlenlnabueoeu9b.e'e'b.funast..N' *
once. "Xow, unlock the handcuffs on been unable to get his turkeys to stay in one "r-,... -.04.... aaj .3ite *"jJ i II....LfJ| Wo"*""!

cot wrists" and again the negro obeyed. the rye field for ten minutes at a time. sugar black, and salt two p". ; U tMt l6ehdln.t.dliwt..a st
pepper ; ASTHMA P.Yf. FREE
that the next
"Put them on man, was
order and the trembling closed the each of allspice and ground II'-.a Ie.._t....I.IC IRrIAJ..e.r....__. o.aPENSIQNsaw.
negro What i* a Creole but do not the ( '
peel ENSIOBl .,
cuff wirh a snap on the wrists of Mc- chop the onions try fine. ... OLD LAIM'*" "n'1'LCU b P std,wwr..r err '
Duffie. PENSIONS LA"' ..W Lta.r. an ear
'Open the door," commanded The word Creole is said to be a corrup- of tomatoes in the kettle and .!; sold YNad. FarwU.eMdf ales.uu.ewlea-tree. f..Na r.r LeITEa,I::. !l! ::t '
tion of the criadillo diminutiveof onion and gee I <.rt4aak appdcatloa* aaj .. ."",,-. ftluc tfa.ra
Spanish '
Burrows, and the bars were sugar ''_ O'rssu, Pa.hr A.aay WeWo..r. 11. ai",
the criado, a servant, follower, client- matoes, and more sugar,
hastily/ removed. Keeping negro .,
covered with his revolver. Burrows literall one brought up or educated. ternating until all are in. FJL&miIW |
Iu[ the West Indies and Americait
locked the door on the outside, leaving Spanish and stew gently for DO '- .
meant originally a native descended ..noUr*and MxtmoeUU. A44/e*
McDuffie a barred and helpless prisoner hour after they begin to .! I.M. o. w. r.asroaa, us faun. .C Meet .
within. 'res:: European (properly Spanish) ances- should be put up in small .

'Jfow; where Is that man Carter with ton; as distinguished blood from immigrants of not keep long after being IRON FENCE
European and from the aborigines I LLS
my money!" asked the outlaw of the DCjrro. a most appetizing & EFFECTUAL UTY TYUt roe
, ;. Africans pative.s of mixed (Indian CCMITI"V a LAWN
The told him. and cold
was ordered meat.
t and European or European and African) GUINEA A BOXe-.a cxuu cut Plitt
to lead the wav to his room. They blood. Loosely speaking, it meant in A sweet pickle equal to J. w. 'CI.ATUI'CA.,
went to the hotel hut Carter was not citrons, can be concocted
the same places a person born in the DISORDERS V *n41TMrt yHibiUcured
there. He was steeping in a room in the but of watermelon, the portion
country of arace not indigenous to it, u borne wiiuoul -
.' rear of the store of a merchant named irrespective of color. In Louisiana the which is often thrown Stomach Impaired .0eIU11 l..Jboksteer.
',' 'Glass, The led the to the Italian seal WHlLK.WbiUiUkU .
negro way word meant originally native descended pounds of rinds in clear .
-'-v store and Burrows knocked loudly on from French ancestors who had settled tender. Drain them well ; Disordered Liver, etc., "" tBwink -W.

.:the' door. there; later any native of French or of two pounds of sugar the vital! organs strengthening the
":- -"Who: is that asked Carter. Spanish descent by either parent, a person vinegar half an ounce of with the rosebud or health M@UJt> !t Ruffs,
ordered the
In Burrows nepro -
: a whisper
to the French
.. belonging speaking of cinnamon, and some of the Human Frame. aaa
to aDlWfl. which he did. 'Tell him native portion of the white race.-Chi. boiled until thick. Energy aueraa, Tar**, eietUtt. Jttmm Wasted..
"1.i .': to trek up auick. that McDuffie wants him Herald. a* directed, will guictlf RESTORE K. B0. V L'UM TeleJev UI._

< !.'< 'at the Jail" said Burrows tn the same cage rinds while very hot. Drain altll. 'LOAIOArAHMtw I -. b. .t the next day heat it ....
...;:' slow whisper, and the trembling negro On the Wolfs Bead. it hot. ALL DRUCCISTS. a atM... Sii.., Mill. >.-einr.sad,t.b..w4...To-Yaewla P.(A
:: repeated tile words. Carter recognizedthe pour over boiling cents per Box. --.aa4D.pal/iemaea w.BGnatayrabb'Ma.;
L voice of the and coming to for three days in ru -.. ..... -
negro, 11-
State Treasurer Bobleter has issued : Cb Bal s*> Ucesi&in,Rurlaal HOME ; ;
it be left and =
,. -/the door he opened it and asked, "What orders for wolf scalps sent to Kittston may on for l'.Ut"."",,'.&1 *3" Cuaat .,..Vttf "4.., 'a" a4 u ':".t 4 %' 'wmaw.
Is, the matter JohnP'Where the extent of $2,000 This away. 1'hey will keep for _I keep thaw)will mail B em'i ftllt_ 0ryat'. &.:....... UJ' .....,.. .... Ynaa" .rr.y.. G t ,t
County to a
U my money' Give it to mea dwericaa AyrieakwLt.E. N..rNw thMpep. .r.a -- -
represents the scalps of 400 wolves which --- -, --- f pr se be sea fatlr..
i *,|onQer said Borrows, and his pistolwas since d'toM Ina a es the o.ls
have beta killed last; November at
D. E. y. Southworth ewe a. tortN.e1Hleere
at the bread of Carter A glance in orderson t T. / f rTt 'r.'f. d qYe.'
th?" lemi-darkgesa was enough-Carter f3 a scalp. aggregate scalp stories has, it is Mid, e..awer+ w' tt L ABArt.tap't
hand, paid and unpaid, amount to .tmsi.rd.., If. Y;
recognized the situation U an fastaat. 7150.( Soon the spring crop( young '10M a year from the Fpt2 Yf4;;;.,. v..... sad .,. 0 ...
but be was not going to be his $7.500 wolves Will com ia, and then the works. Q/alt ik ..-,. y- s... N Le.eo
-without he appropriation ua "'" al eeuwtlw
a struggle. Instantly
of $15,000 for wolf bounties for
the bed where his J, J.prcwTaCO
pranff back to pistol will be txhansted. Wolves United State Minister

'was lying, seized it, and turning to the better 1890 than wheat ia KitUon County.It pay.-* rl.000,000 ia real estate ., INSTANTLY. s tar ... ati.e. loW.,z W.

door again, died almost at the same fa- Wu&ugtoa. .Wktt1lt ....Tat. Tike 10 A. bI. ..
( fc.sJkjyJM Democrat. _i U. .. ,.y a..,, ....lortraa4 11.t ;
'ttu& test" .the report oj the &&"1. j>|.r

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8'__._ -' W.. .. .: ......... ,..'"_ M""" --" ;,, THE EAST_._. CtldSTy__AbVOAT,1r1tIDAY. ._... ."__._-,_ OCT. ,..."lfr 1890. _, ..' -=-- -r-. ==

Ban Gallle's' Advantages wide atihisplaco, and the i. belt atItttte'over of land between two tulles It x :'hJ' ,.s.04 .. "Qi American 'Dollar

and the ocean less thah a mile, the I ; ,-(_. tAl.. I i : So (Q j jJQ The Great

Eau Gallie Diver at Its mouth has high t')

i rocky bluffs on each side front which H-: S-T g, [1 ; i l1 gJ g.

Re-pnWIslied by Request tho stream takes Its name (Can Gallie, i !;> ;;:;= t 40h Is Divided Into i iOO Equal Parts.

rocky water); It Is navigable for steamersfor FJ !" EIrl: 0 H H E!;; Time Merchant used to tell you it only had 'nVE]n
about two : fIl It is true the Old.
miles and has one of (he CD rift and
lie.; pocket
TVb.cn cx-GOvernor Glenson, many g 2e. of pins Your
sell n paper ,
best water powers In the state when im ( = 0" 0 part!, and he would you
;;:; 0d' him opportunity tl pi'lcket .
selected the present site of t1gi y needles would give an
years ago 0 of
proved. It is 3c. A 21'. packet
only MX miles from Lake !;J .
Eau dallie he had the whole river at his .. C) ,=a L r rugJQc. hnrd-eafncd dollar. A quart dipper worth 7c.
which g. another 3c. of
Washington, Is tho head of navigation : .w fi your '
command In making: the selection. Large S wH' ; '
on the St. Johns; at this point the .UI g r8. t=' m'r THEN cost you 1&e.Cc.
bodies pi land could bfl had any where ;:;. U invatiably j 1 roug1tt "CVl'l'I money.t' .fed"so
proposed Cl\nalII located, connecting the .. > !a! ., 7c. and St' Pan .
Lo'twPfJTilusfil10 and Jupiter government. St. Johns with Indian : If n N nivcr.
Thin town 0H on through
and when Le ; 0 .. bill of $lQ Ht old prices
or state priced, =' astonish to figure up a ,
has been will you
laid perhaps
out find 1s on high elevated i ;; a III It ,
and used his efforts to ro S at "Bazaw' ,
made hi* choice will cost you
ground overlooking tho river, and the 't')" 111 It ,.. C .kJ H o .... r and then Bee what the square goods ,
the Agricultural college established aI ... t.: 3 with ,
lave talk
ocean can be seen from the second story r r r> rt .', C Then coino around and have a .. /
he resides his I''! [ Inrog ; :
at that point where now 8 a
windows. Tho land rises from the river I ., co:: UIrp & CO. '
9 1 J. P. TURNER ,
judgement was governed entirely by the to' fT' N.y .
at an angle of about 25; degrees and td g. ,
0 :S.
natural advantage the location o ..; Leaders 01'-Un" .Prices;
many "The
runs at that angle for one thousand r+ ;: S'ct ,
..poMewed and which, It Was evident :J I'': .
-t : '
: a
feet and then '
spreads out Into. plain. f.'I --4
result In that ;: ::5 ,, t'
,must sooner or later point The hack Is ; = t4o :

.becoming one of the most important settlements woods country, with ft hammock principally of live oak piney and o [ go (JQ C 1fL M 0 E :> 11 E. L. :se :.c .";
; I7JT G cS
tho river ;
On hickory striking the Eau Gallie River. Q t>> 8" en L'J crq ; 0

Eau GalUe In situated at the mouth of The location for a town Is the finest on ;:t : M"C) SH 0 4 I"d' Groceries Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer. :

,the Banana river, with high bluffs rising the rIver. ; .I q ,..:. :::;I.o I. td ,

from the shore, which Is BO' closely washcd Among the landowners in Eau Gallie c) '" F" ... J. c::":) I call tho Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of

by the channel tbat the largest steamers -And those who lake an interest in its r g. !:::2: H: ) 0 -OC W tsiple Sc IJfjincy Gri'oeei'ics, I.f"t.uit': ,

can come within a few feet of the well/arc-may be mentioned the following r- .trJ J :
aa: lrJ' 0 Products
'river bank; while the beautiful fresh : Ex-Governor Glenson and g. .., Ul And Food '
family, _OOrj. i (1 == d 0 Of All Kinds. Also My Stock of ./
water stream that flows from tho prairies Mr. and Mrs. William Tretitlcr Mr. and n c; ''

of the upper St. Johns, with Its ample Mrs. J. 0. Walton, Mr. and Mrs. Jno. (1) a kJ ?t>1 =' r.oo m Grain. Hay, Bran,. Cotton Seed Meal, ,

width and depth, and picturesque banks, Aspinwalf, Messrs. J. E. M., A. If., and .cn 'I f. V Ground Food and Whrat. .

ai it nears the point where it meets the n. U. Hodgson, Mrs Knapp, Mr. C. II. I am the only 'bouse on Indian River dealing exclusively in the above ,line of

Indian Hver, affords a safe and commodious Walton, Mr. and Mrs. W. Wilson, Capt. Goods. I buy close, and will soil close. I invite your correspondence and solicit

harbor for all kind of craft during Jno. Houston, Capt. Carey, Henry Olm- To-day we Issue nine hundred' copies Democratic Meetingat Ilockleclge. your patronage. Very truly, : XiGEORGE A'IJ. .

lireatnlng weather. This tributary to stead, Captain A. Bennett, Meiers. Wm. of the ADVOCATE. .

,our great highway Is navigable for A beach, J. A. Church, Jno. McAllister, The stone is being hauled for a fireproof Monday was a great day for the Democrats GUAlIAif .

number of miles from Its mouth, in fact, J. T. and A. Hogg, J. II. Smith, C. J. 'vault at the Conrt-house, for tho Through of Rockledgo the efforts and of vicinity.Senator liar- M. BOBBINS, WALTER S.Attorney-at-Law.,

within a few miles of that great freshwater i i Hector, B. J. Stewart,: J. L. Harrison, protection of deeds and all legal papers. dee tho spacious office of the Hotel Att mt'y-at-Law. ;

'. artery of the State, the St. Johns P. A. McMillan, R P. Klatch C. J. -Rev. R. L. Moniker has been In town Indian River was secured for the speaking .

,rlrer,.and It hRS'alwa7& been the dream Young, Frank Turner,'Eugene Bralnard, during the past week, assisting Rev. J. and a little after 11 o'clock Robbins & Graham'

,of Eau Oallie's founder to connect the Rev. II. M. Prince' C. Smith the Houston N. Jones.in the services at the Methodist Ex-Senator II. S. Williams, in a brief, ,
: church. but well chosen speech, introduced to I '
.two most Important waterway of the family('and others whose names we the large audience present the lIon. Robt.

'Utate'so that ,steamers will bd .able to fall to remember." Scraggs was the champion at tho W. Bullock, our present Congressman. "

ply between Jacksonville and Jupitervia game of pool at Losley & Renaker'a on General Bullock Is a+uan fit fine appearance Real Estate Dealers.ALL '
night. Rico was. laid In the .
Tuesday ; he U of massive frame and
the\ St. Johns and Indian! rivers, a .. .
well shapen head; while not an orator ;
dream which is about to be realized in LOCAL NEWS.
: ho Is a fluent speaker, and evidently a
-Mr. Will Watton peeped into
the nenr future., office Tuesday He has been with Mr. man of great reasoning power. After ,, .

\ this connection fa made W. R. Sanders for some time pant, doinga addressing complimentary remarks '
\Vhon by cut Member of Brevard Abstract of Title Company.Titusville ,
Conllnwdfrom Page /. little on the tax books. to the people, bearing upon the develop
ting iho projected canal, It will not only ment of this country since he was last here
bo 'utilized for purposes of travel and -Mr. C. F. Putnam, of Louisville, Ky., Mr..E. L. Brady has been making some years ago, he proceeded to give

transportation, but wilt accomplish the WM In towllyosterllay. more improvements in his store; and J. some account of the contest imposed up- Brevard Co., Florida.
P. Turner & Co. not to be' last in the
him which had
i on by Mr. Goodrich
drainage of the vast pralrfes that lie to -Mr. J. M. Lee (111 expected to return race, are going to build a 30-foot addition succeeded securing his seat, or at least P. O. Box, 250. .

: the west of Eau Gallic\ and northward to lloeklodge about the 1st of November. to their store. Mr. P. J.. Hall has a title to It. Such fraud us has been We Buy and Sell All KiikU of Real Estate.and are Sole Agents. form
far and the con met, this Contest which reverseda large list of caretuilY-llclectcdl'roflel'tlcs In all parts of Brevard ceiintyr '-
as, as liotkludgo, oven to Salt'Lake -Captain C. F. Fischer, who always practiced ,
RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, location and value; of any Property
and by confining the St. Johns to .. appears to be busy Improving his place, -Mr. G. F. Reed, who has been away to majority 3,500 for of Goodrich 3,000 for,'has General only been Bullock exceeded on Indian River. *

i its channel, reclaiming one of the largest has been painting his bouse this.week. in the west .and north-west-Montana, In Republican tactics by the manner Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are nneqnalca! :'

'and richest bodies of sugar and vegata- -Dr. d. W-Holmes and Tat-Collector Dakota, and other places-Is in town in which they disposed of the Virginia and every effort will bo made to give perfect satisfaction to Intending 'Purchaser :f
ble land Friend and South Carolina contests who may favor ns with their patronage '
in the State again. Reed returned from ,
,) Hall, as well a. Captain Sharpo, of i" seating neb Toed in the place of legally No Propertied Jfated unless the Title Is Perfeet.

t. With the! many, advantages, of which Sharpen, wore In town yesterday.Mr. "Canaveral Club" yesterday afternoon, : elected white men. The General quoted Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring larjei bodies of .Low- ,

, our speed will not'pernilt'aore than a J. A. Johnson, general agent for and gave us a call for a short time. Ho several very humorous speeches, extracted Priced Lands.
- found things at 'the club-house the examination from of Wr!l6e for Descriptive Catalogue..
on by cross
hint. It will easily be seen,that the point the Mutual Life Insurance Co. In the some
ocean beach looking in good shape, and tho ne -who testified in Mr. Good-
referred to Is destined to become
one of State of Florida, was in town a day or rich's behalf.\ The substance of their
the largest towns In the county, 'The so this week, and returned to Jacksonville everything is being put in readiness for testimony was that they had voted for I

Danl1m\ river section is rapidly'develop- Wednesday. tho reception of Mr and Mrs. Corey and Bob Ingersoll and John Sherman for EDWARD SIBLING

ing, !and unless the navigation via Dana: the other member of the club and their Congress from this district and to the ,
ua'creek fcliould bo -The engineer; vacancy on the steamer families. Tho club Is limited to 14 beat of their knowledge and belief Congress -
greatly Improved, or Sweeney will be filled by our old friend was a black woman.
members there has been ,
ihe proponed railroad constructed tromTltu.11e Engineer James Pierce although ny ,From tho Contest calo' ho drifted intoa Cocoa, Indian River Florida
recently con ,
\ for membership
merous applications : discussion of the tariff although
\ to Canaveral, the trade of *
nected with Indlau
River Steamboat which cannot be entertained. The much time devoted to Dealer in
that members was thrt( subject.
:section will naturally flow to Eau

flullle.] The improvements being ,made, Company.Mr.- Ed. !, Miller, having completedhis this season anticipate-fishing a most, hunting.onjo'able'tlme, etc. The a Ile sectional believed bill in,its and present nothing shape now it could was Paints Hardware Stoves Tinware & Agateware;

:and.under contemplation, at this point, labors In the neighborhood of Jupiter reverse its conditions except a Democratic ,
club which between and
owns 0,000
For the benefit of the
"by the Hallway company, have attracted is now in town again but he mntBERS & MILL SUPPLIES, OILS, GLASS .PUTTY, TABLES
; says 10,000 acre of land, will open In December Floridians"they had put on tho "Free ;
attention;tmd during the coming season his appetite 1. very poor since his re It Is an excellent shooting country.See list," sand, arsenic, asaafoetida, and & POCKET CUTLERY, BARBED WIRE, WIR1C. ETTL O,
many settlers will no doubt locate there. turn. marsh-mallow, and put up the tariff on WIRE CLOTH.

Finland, In the vicinity are of goodualltr I'age 4. tin cans, out of which must of us live.
-Mr. G F. Ensey of Tropic, has been He then reviewed tho glorious historyof
and the
<| > surroundings exceedingly spending a few days In town, looking for Cocoa.Warm the Democratic party of Florida, and
healthy. The citizens are exceptlonnlly closed his able address, by a beautiful m
colored help to work on his beautiful
progressive, cultured, and welledo tribute to the womanhood of our unsurpassed ,
place on the Island. Ha was around
Indian River. General Bullock
and the unique and picturesque weather with 'of rain
plenty ;
town giving his many friends a hearty should have tho vote of every DemocratIn
beauty ot the Eau Gallld river will} be a "Auld Lang Syne" shake of the hand. a fine season. for fruit and, vegetable his tll.trict-aye, of every gentlemanly nti

revolution to anyone! who has never entered growers. Republican He is the man to.reflect o
: Its )harbor. -We understand that Mr. S. M. Lori- credit and not disgrace upon' the ,
The T>sutler Hotel, Politics pretty active in this community sun .
,which 5 mier will rent the house on Main street shine State of his nativity. "

occupies Muff commanding position which is now undergoing alterations byCaptain ; the party leader are busy workingfor At the clone of Gen. Bullock's speech III ..- -"" -' :Oi .' ,: m' .
'on'*. high shell I I. open the entire tho various nomln es. See- accountof Ex-Sunator Williams then introduced ,,: ':.. .',
Rice. We under the 1mpresBlon
year, and no better" place can be found wore elsewhere our much beloved-Senator Pasco. -. .
that Mrs. Decker the Democratic speeches -=.._ ....._ .
lot tho invalid\ settlor, or tourist to wa about to this Issue of the ADVOCATE. Senator Pasco 1* not so large,. nor Is L.

spend a' few wct'kn. Sailing, bathing take; possession of thin house, and had ho apparently as old as onr Congressman DOORS, S \.S33T, BLINDS: BB..X0X3:,.
We will have to ask the readers of the ; his black hair and whiskers have '
ordered the furniture for same. If thin
and fishing mil) be Indulged IB to perfection not had to do battle with the uncompromising Lime & Cement, Shingles & Lath.
immediate Is BO, Dr. Graham, Mr. Belcher, and Mrs. ADVOCATE to excuse the brevity of our Reed. He is Guns, Ammunition and
In vicinity, a fine-looking man, Fishing Tackle of all kinds. Ship Chandlery Goods,'GaUZlt
Decker who have been'promising their local this week; we have review. of and more of a Caesar than a Cicero he Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges/ Gasoline Stoves,. Coffins and Caskets
The remarks we have seen fit to 'make houses to each other-will bo placed in the democratic speeches at Rockledgo, is all business, and deals not so much in ARTESIAN WELL PIPE a Specialty. Lawn Mowers, Ice ;

Jn regard to Eau,Gallic are not prompt- an awkward position; and aU because and will not impose on the editor for flowers a* in facts. Cream Freezers; Brick, Lime, Cement and
/ixl by interest in her He first took the cause of Gen. Chimney Pipe &
/ any personal : welfare too much up ; Flags Bunting;
there are no houses to rent In 'fltll vl11e. space.
and Consist imply of unvarnished Bullock, and spoke of the wicked 'way Table and Pocket Cutlery; Mouldings, Scroll Work, etc., etc.
Whether there will be any lawsuits over School buts opened at Rockledge witha in which his seat had been wrested from Catalogues., sample cards and size lists sent free
facto .
on application.
without Intention of reflecting
any the matter, the ADVOCATE Is unable to Miss Markley, of Pennsylvania, All him; spoke of his services to the people, and estimates furnished promptly Correspondenco'solicited
upon, other points. Our aim is all to 9-
any and urged present vindicate the
say. teacher. The attendance is not up to
to d<> Justice to every portion I party and Gen. Bullock by returning .
of -Mr. L. P. TibbaU, of New York, the average yet, but Mis M. expects a him, with an increased majority to the
our field, which includes Bre- '
gave our office a pleasant call Tuesday.He full roll In a few weeks, as soon a* our U. S. Congress. He then waded into
vard and Dado counties, and give such was on his way to Eden, where be northern resident return. the Republican party and showed up its J. S. Watson Co.

prominence to the peculiar advantages course in Florida, as one who knew i
will build a residence as soon aa possible
notice to Wednesday quite
We day ( ) a
it may JlORllellll as its Importance may whereof he spoke. He say the Republican ,
:warrant We shall showing Mr. Tibbala-who, by-the-way, is one of number of visitor from City Point. We party is in the same shape that
always avoid
those genial bachelors ,often meet- think they came to witness the marriage Mike' turtle was after its head had been
any prejudice in favor o'f, TitusyiUe has been quite a traveler around the cut off. "bhure, an' he is dead, only he C01nm.ission:
who Is.
Dx so popular
of Mr. S.
and Its vicinity, or any other neighborhood is not yit conscious of it." He spoke of
world but thin season Intend "puttingin"
believing as we do that the interests : In this section; not more *o, however, the carpet-bag days as a disgrace to Floe AND
of of field his time fishing and shooting at than his charming bride. ida's history, and showed np, from a
every part our are Eden and vicinity. Were he twentyyears Republican authority, how the affair of
and that Bottlcment become Nearly all the young people in town
no can had been
the State recklessly mismanaged
he said he would like to FORWARDING
i younger
'prosperous or populous without other have built substantial residence went over to Indianola Tuesday evening by Republican officials. MERCHANTS. !

points being affected beneficially, and some to participate In a social dance, given in With reference to the Republican nom- t
in TUusville, to meet ,the demand; but inee, Joseph Stripling, he had but little
their growth stimulated. A few weeks Hatch .t Bergman new ,(tore. The
be don't appear to require any more to say, he recalled, however, a few years Dealers in
ago we spoke of the wonderful small hour were rapidly becoming largeere
development property-or rather the trouble of lookIng back, when Stripling left the Republican Fertilizers
of the pineapple region, and more the party returned, well pleased with party, and with a Mr. Pope run an independent .
after it. He left for Eden this week.
recently of the IraprovemU being the dance and "moonlight excursion.. ticket in Florida. Replying to I*. IIciiclei-Nou% Co'
-Mr. and Mrs. Wm. M. Brown and Stripling charge that Gen. Bullock O'avdon: NoerfH,
made at Mtms and the friend of Mr. R. W. Hardeeof
advantages The
offered settlers in that neighborhood.It their little daughter, Louise, who' hue Rockledge many were surprised to see his said would: 'Tho not meet best him reason in open we can debate give,, he is Orange Boxes &

seemed proper at this time to notice been making quite a protracted visit to genial face last Wednesday morning. He that we cannot invite our wires and (Crates paper. .
their friend in New Hartford, Conn., inch
the and daughter to as Stripling
advantage of brings
Eau Gallie, and it is 1* just from Washington,
other north turned their speak to." Moreover he claimed, and
our Intention to give our readers, especially places with him a bride. This is quite a sur- that certain good CEMENT, PLASTER & HAIR. AGENTS
face homword last week, leaving New truly Republican had FOR OCALA LDIE
those in distant states, who think, paise to us all, a* none of u* had any declined to attend Mr. Stripling's meet Agents for the C. F. '
of locating In Florida, a statement of the York la the steamer Algonquin Friday idea that Bob had matrimonial intentions ing in Cocoa on account of the place and T. REFRIGERATOR CARS .
last and arriving in Jacksonville.Tues make of the audience. Senator Pasco Win F1anaJah Can\Vb.
advantages of each neighborhood in our when he left u* only a few month up Desired and sea that&".J'sr. LOAIrnD,1b
field but day. She brought the largest number of spoke for an hour and a half, and covered }D. and TRACED&. Properly DBILL-
; we believe that instead of at- since. DeoIu..auWe -
much of interest to the
ground people,
berth being will
tempting to do Justice to a number of passenger this season, every The colored Methodist of our town but too much for this item of correspondence. Buy aU kinds of Fruits, Vegetables. Furs and in fad
taken. The sea was a* calm and serene we will Buy and Sell Skimp
point in each issue that we can do it are holding a revival meeting, and every He and Gen. Bullock spoke anything offered to us.
a* Indian River, and consequently there In high term of Ex-President Cleveland Correspondence
more aatisfactorily by taking them up until and sometime 3 or S o' solicited on
night 12 any wants -
was no sickness on board. Mr. and Mrs. and his wonderfully successful admlnlstration you may ,,.?.
one by one, Brown arrived here Wednesday evening. clock they may be heard, first one and and lamented his defeat, in that Respectfully J. s. WATSON CO"Advocatell
then lifting their voice in supplication the blotting out of sectional issue had
4 another
correspondent Bays: "Eau Gallie When he gave oar office a call yesterday
been retarded, and the old coals which
i* located on the wettt bank of Indian morning we wore surprised to see him for a visitation of the spirit up- had almost burned out had, by Republican

River and on the north side of Eau Gal- looking so fat and well, which evidently on the unregenerate coal of their hearer severity, been kindled anew. JoFSiglfflce
lie prove that Mrs. Drown took good care *. The "hannonlou d *toJ'd" of thesevoices
a stream from which it take iU of him while Some of the boy in (In consequence of the above long report

pate, and ta Immediately opposite Jn. town were disappointed away. at tho son. when raised In Bong, I* really from Cocoa, the report of the TittuTiUe 1L\S A COMrLETE
mouth of Banana Blrerladlaa Biter arrival of iIU4 Louis Jones. ptasing M wtll u aorprUlng. meeting had to U omitted.] ILSIG S. OF GIVE XEW TYPE 07 T1I4 IATF S1'

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