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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: October 24, 1890
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
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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ol. .. 'TITUSVILLE, Indian Diver, FLA.., FRIDAY, OCT. 24, 189O. 30.-11., ;

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r. Range of Temperature -Mr. Tom Johnson, of LaGrange just -To-morrow is'St. Crispin's Day Lamps, ,'aporllovn and torch Pretty things for children at Altree's -Dr. Jno. M. Dixon will shortly build, ;: ',:;.;

Ir the week ending- last night, Oct. peeped in on us yesterday: -J. S. Watson & Co. are headquarters lights at Altrce's,,Titusville. Auction Rooms, Tltu vllll'. a residence at tho back of his present ono ':"'

00,M recorded at the U. S. Signal -Mr. Wm. Richards, who has been on for all kinds of fertilizers.Mrs. -Mr. Chas. Dickinson, of Chicago, -J. S. WatCo.. want 1,000 bushels -Furniture repaired: and renovated' at e

b, Titusville, Florida.: a trip north, returned to his homo at P. A. Black and Mrs. Flora E. registered at the Grand View Monday.Mr. of guavas: Altree's Au... lon Rooms,Tltusvillev *,

i .Max.: Win.OCTOBKB.I" 1800. Max. Mln Eden on Wednesday.Judge Wittfeld returned to Georgians yester C. E. Chaffee, of Ankona, has -Papa, don't carry tho bnhy; AUrco, -Tho new residence of Mr. Sam Hay

ey'77 I 65: 82 72 A. J. Whltlock" ; and daughter, day. been in town a few days this week, Tltusvlllo, has pretty carriage for$8.50, w probably bo commenced on Mondayor :

',, ''70 56 82 72 of Courtney, were In town a few days worth 115.00. Tuesday, *. (
of'ladies' Watson
Special offer this month -J. S. & Co. vAint 1,000 boxes
77 1 57 8:1:; 71 l
'iO 58 78 02 this week. $."00 and f 5.00 French kid shoes for$2.508n of lemons. -Mrs. Emma Cooper, of Joliet, Ills., -In reply to applicants for copies of 1

80 1)8 80 no -What is homo without piano or f3.50.. Uoo. R. Rumph. -Mr: John.Edwards, of Brooklyn, K. keeper of notion store, through the last wl'ck'IIMRUO, they are all sold We .

'82 61 87 'i' organ. Get one from Altreel.Titusville, -Mr. Belcher will occupy the Vinson Y., was In town Saturday.For death of her grandparent, In England, have not ono on hand to sell t: '

85 64 81 72 on 1, 2 or 3 years' Installment plan. .11 house on Main street until ho can got becomes heir to $0,000,000. -An artist Rooms
Sale. a parlor ,set, six piece, at tho Auction laTitusville ;+
-The new advt. of the Indian River i Into his own cottage on Julia street. mpOltetl/lllk plush, In set or, separate. -J. S. Watson & Co can supply you can paint and grain wood v

Real Estate Exchange will bo found on -Ml'R. W., M. Brown and ttttlo Miss Apply to Mi*. E. H. Titus. with fresh garden seeds cheaper than Como and soo his wotk. !
[LOCAL NEWS. rage Louise Brown gave us pleasant call you can send off and got them. Try UK,
8.Mr. -Captain Bravo Informs us that ho and see for yourselves.Lot -Iavid'Dfooro was the lucky ono ta
W. P. Underwood, of Now Smyr after their return from the north. has not yet found Ids dog, and will give draw tho wntch at tho club on Saturday"r ,,

iT and General Gonulp In connectiontkjndl.n na was in town a couple of days: this Money I Money 1 1 Money 111 to a reward to anyone returning It to him. your items reach us by Wednesday night. '
River and Luke Worth .ecI week. loan on real estate. Apply to Robbins night's mall at tho latest. Telegrams -
Measure 200 feet each and
during pMt week. Brief mention of Altroo has a bedroom suit in ash, a received up to nine o'clock Friday on side
tereeting"E1ent11 Abont People You -Captain T. E. Richards, who has Graham, TltusvlUe, Fla. bedstead in solid walnut, nn extension mornings. you will have square aero within an

n oil, and People Ton Don't Know- been visiting lends in New Jersey, returned Messrs. M. W. and S. O'Connor, of table .with 4 leaves, and lots of carpenters Inch. U '

foiled up by Our Society Editor.I to Eden Saturday, having left Naugatuck, Conn., arrived In town on tools, cheap. -Capt. and Mrs. Jas. Prltchard started 'Judgo: M. S. Jones has been one a 10-

SG's. Richards north among her friends. Tuesday. -Mr. N. Downey, of Melbourne, ,on 1h'lp to Huntsvlllo, Ala, on gal: business visit to Jacksonville for.ft t

Advertisements under this head- -Dr. W. S. Graham, our chief editor, -Don't sleep on tho floor; Altree will returned: from a trip to Ohio and Pennsylvania Monday: morning's trainNo doubt few days. Ho returned lost night.Mr. .

are, ten cents per linojtcr week. In coml'anyItl\ his wife, mother and you give bedstead, spring and mattressfor : on Friday last, and started for their son, Rudlnot, will bo, glad to sea J. R. Walker, who has purchased

t the ADVOCATE: at Dr. Scrcvcn's, brother, are expected to arrive in town five dollars.: Tltull ville. home next day. Ida parent a lot In North Tltusvlllo will shortly

dents '., from Philadelphia, on Monday evening. Kobt of -Subnet tpttons for the ADVOCATE may
). per copy. -Capt. C. May, Kocklodgo, -Mr. F. B. Bronson and wife, of An- erect residence on it. y
'DYllubscrlblng $1.30:; per annum Someone has relieved our PostmasterMr. came up to town tile end of the week, sonia, Ct., arrived on the Clyde steamer bo loft with Mr. L. C. Hughlott: by -Mrs. E. H. Titus had n pleasant little

,the ADVOCATE, It will only cost you ScrlmgeourJ; of the last one of his on his way to attend tho Farmers' Alliance Ycmassee last Friday, and started for tho residents .of Cocoa and vicinity, party at her place on Tuesday evening, r,
which bo
will
placed promptly on our
te Cents, Per Week, Portage Included, forty chickens. Now send down the at Monticello.Rev. their place at Rockledgo on Monday's flow tho boys did stow away the cream '

my part of the ,United States. This troops' for It was "fowl" and wickedact B. F. Brown, we hear, is still steamer. list. and cake. "',, "' .,

all sum will not ruin you. to commit. on the sick list in Maryland, but is ex- Sack- -The order for tools and material Messrs. M. W and S, O'Conner of '
-Monday night; last Mrs. J. W. ,
Service will bo held at St. Gabriel's pected in Titusvillo at the end of this sent to Now York houses by J. E. Ender
Thd who pilfered the eatables Naugatuck Conn. arrived In town Tuesday.
negro
ctt (daughter-in-law of Mr. F. B. SlCkett a0. four ,
sixteen fuel and
m the Indian River Hotel has been Episcopal church on Sunday next, the month. Rev E. L. Turquaiul, of Enterprise of Heath) awoke and saw burglar & measure just Ono of them Is employed at tho j '

fund, and will bo brought before the 20th insU Holy Communion In the will officiate at the Episcopal In her room In St. Augnstlno. She gath- Inches long., and Is closely written by a Slur ofllco and tho other by J, W. Rogers '

irnty Court. morning. Service will commence at 11a. church on Sunday.We ered pistol and chased tho scoundrel typewriter.Mr. & Co., well-known clothiers.Tho .

Mr. and Mrs. U. D. Hendrlckson, m. and 7 o'clock 1'. in. understand that tile Electric oft! the premises. C. J. Hector, ono of Melbourne's county record show that town

Lake Worth, registered at the Indian Reader, cast your eyes on pago 4, I Light and Power Co. has received a fran Somo very fine pineapples wero noticed prominent merchants, and tho founder lots in Eau; Galllo are selling briskly, and'' ;
and observe tho ad. of Mr. Burton chise from the town and that of the above place, comes forward withan
yer hotel this week. They were on new a large: In tile window of Messrs. Belcher command good prices. The location of

Ir way homo from their honeymoon.Mrs. I I'. Barre, tho popular proprietor of the part of the stock ban already been sub & Geiger this week. They attracted advertisement! this week, which will tho dry dock at that place I I. creating
well-known "Travelers" Hotel Jack- scribed. Wo to it in bo found in the hth column on page 4.
hope soon see op- boom
U. S. Williams and daughter, tho attention of many IItran ers ln town. qulto a

as Myra, of Rocklodge, arrived In town sonville. Stop there >when you go to eration. The: wore of tho Egyptian Queen variety -Mr. J. P. Turner, tho pioneer merchant -J. E. Ender Co., watchmaker, and 'r

t Friday, on their way home. Mr. E. the metropolis -The handsome yawl boats, owned by and came from ono of the prettiest In low prlcell,.has been compelled Jewelers, will open their storo in'S. II.

Williams accompanied them. -We are informed that Mr. M. Goldsmith Mr. L. P. Tibbals, of New York, who Is pineapple patches in C'ourtney-that of to enlarge hU store to meet tho demandsof Ray's.now building on or about Nov.1st '

Have. you seen the pretty altar- is a most accomplished linguist, now at his place at Eden, arrived at Mr. Seabrook Sams. As to their superi his grOIng bURl ness, J. IVs advertisement They will bo b prepared to do,all kinds of .t

>th s(t; the Episcopal church made bys. being schooled not only in many of the Jacksonville on Sunday Wo fancy Mr or quality we can vouch, and the ADVOCATE In tho ADVOCATE on the Groat work In thulr lino. Special attention,

,C.:' F. Fischer? This lady also'me. modern languages, but In Latin, Arabic, Tibbals told us that ono boat was a returns thanks to Mr. Sams for American dollar Is having IU effect. given to tho mounting alligator and

a beautiful one for tho Brooklyn Greek, Hebrew Sanscrit and Chaldcaic. steam launch.A the beauty given us. -Tho Road across tho long swamp at hog tooth All work guaranteed.Mr. ...
Verily, in the words of Noddy Boffin, largo shipment Indian River fish
urch some time ago. Mims to tho hammock land of the Indian G. A, Htgglns, tho contractor
"All print is open to him." left here on Wednesday morning's train "
-A lot ol turtles from down the river River Loan and Investment Co. and was In our ofllco/ Wednesday for tho pur-, '

'ere shipped to a New York firm to-day -Tho attention of our readers indrawn i for Savannah and other places, amountIng tho Sheffield Land Co. Is nearing com- POHO of paying In a subscription to tho
to 120 barrels. Mr. Geo. W. Scoblo Wedding <-- Cards
ere was 25 of them, weighing from to the now advertisement of the We shall be pleased to pletion. Test holes dug In Long Swamp ADVOOATK for a lady at Mcrritt. Ho
toOOlbs.. Several shipmcns of the Brovard County State Bank, a concern shipped 63: barrels; Capt. Joo Smith 48j; receive a share of yours I :1. show over five feet' depth In muck. This said ho wan 'off to Eau Galllo tho'next

rt have been made quite recently.J. that is evidently progressing rapidly towards and Mr. Hugh Boyd, about 25.: :! c.; Job Woik-envelopes,}I C will shortly bo drained and will make day to build house for Mr*. AsplnwalLTho
-Mr. Sherman Singleton, who left a {letter-heads,note-heads, <
what [
it deserves
-success. Cocoa and land.
P. Turner & Co.'s extension to bill-hcails statements I excellent garden sugar-cano stone for the Court-houso vault ,
here some months ago with Capt. Zellers, ,
elr store near the railway station is all and Rockledgo should feel proud of this on board the ,Manatee, returned here 1n or anything. else. j '-To the ladles of Tltusvlllo. My dressmaking has been coming In during the past week.. ,

closed, and presented a neat businesse much-needed bank In their midst. Seepage Monday evening. lIe has been traveling 'I I. department Is now ready.- Satisfaction Tho building will be entirely of firo-proof ,
last When the shelvingup ; I the floor which will .
night. material
: place except
guaranteed Your expression ,
8.Mrs. around the country for somo time past, fMra. ) you.
and everything in order, this store S. F. Gibbs and family returned and finished up by taking a two month's of the urgent need of It here Inducedme have to 1)0 of wood to prevent the dampness .,

ill add considerably to the appearance from Chautauqua last Friday! Mr. course of book-keeping at White Sulphur to add this doj artment. If supported rising and Injuring tho record t,
things In that neighborhood., Mr. Gibbs went as far as Jacksonville to Springs College. W. B. Watson and children It will remain as a permanent Institu- books,

J. Hall Is the contractor.On meet them. They al)left for their homeat started for Jacksonville Monday morn- tion. It depends with you. Geo. 1) Capt. C. E. Valll left for -Jacksonville e
and Already the predictions of 'cold ing, where they will stop a day or so
Melbourne
Monday Tuesday mornings'e on: Saturday momlng'asteamer. 0*
winter have started the people of the before leaving for Acworth, Ga., whore Humph., S"tnrdaY1l1ornlng, for the purposeof
felt tho first chills of winter weather. Mrs. Gibbs met Mr. J. A.
went to bed North and West southward. Last night's she will spend the winter. She likes -Mr. ans. Harold E. Trowor rotur- purchasing pump to assist In raising t
everal of our townspeople Durst at Jacksonville, and he said he hotel old k kItocklenge
his tho
train the East Tennesse Jacksonville the steamer floating steamer
over Virginiaand cold weather. nod to on Clydu -
1th only a sheet for a covering, but had been in great trouble over his mail,
friend
railroad three from visit of several Capt. Valll' Dr.
Georgia brought cars Yemassce Friday a
here was a deal of hustling around owing to another artesian well-sinker of -Mr. Theodore Titus, who has boon
Anderson of St. .
brim" of Is Augustine, wa on hl
"full to the Florida-bound months to England )fr. Trower the
pasbengers
.coat three o'clock in the morning of the same name and initials claiming it. on a visit to his sister and brother-In- to that city with Mr. II, M. Flagler. (
a most unusual thing at this surviving partner of the firm of Wan- way
onday last for blankets, etc. The temerature law Mr. and Mrs. at Tropic returned i
-Mr. C. II. Watson, the popular pur- Ensey, I. '
The Tltasvlllo artesian well I
early season of the year. Everythingnow klyn & Co., and Mrs. Trower Is the! no
fell to 02: degrees, and on Tues- and left
board the St. after hero on Monday yesterday -
ser on Augustine a
indicates the winter travelto friends The action of the saltwater etq,
biggest daughter of our respected: -Professor more ,
lay, touched the lowest for this season service of about two has at hut I morning for Thomasvllle, Ga. While
;years, Florida that has ever been known, as : and Mrs. Peck, of CoAoa. Mr.. corroded the pipe some distance below
degrees. taken vacation. He whore In town he stayed: at the residence of
Sheriff James E. Bowman returned a stayed on the prospects are good for very cold II. E. Trower and wife have Just taken the surface; tho pipe gave way and with; z zIt
Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Titus.
and started the'following
Tuesday day weather In northern latitudes-MacouJftiei the Bowes cottago on tit./: John Ave.,, tho flow of water, which Is, no doubt,
rom his' trip down the river Wednesday for Jupiter, where he has a place. After of 17th Inst.Postmlllter -We understand that Mr. A. T, Feas- Jacksonville. finding sootier channel.' The asteslaa .

night. There haa been so many conflIcting staying there a week or so he will fill in Scrimgoour has been toe has resigned his position as mail well basin I Is now quite dry and may sat'well

reports respecting the shootingof his vacation of three weeks by taking a making further alterations at his place, i agent on the main line; entered Into Major Joseph T. Jones, a prominent be cleared out of Washington aye.asa
the man Wilson, at Eden, that we refrain trip to Georgia and other States. Mr. of them the the holy bonds of matrimony, and will! ciyil engineer of Surblton, a suburban useless obstruction. I
one being laying of a new
from publishing any report of the Carl C. Curtiss, a gentlemanly and energetic keep store with Mr. Duron, say the town of London, England, arrived In the
floor. As fond of
some people are spit-
affair. .Mr. Bowman says two of the young man of our town, will occu- floor-no Tlll1 ,Union. Mr. Feaster was married city a day or to ago 'on a prospectingtour Married on Wednesday evening at

colored men are captured, and the others py the position of purser during Mr. ting whether on there anyone'be it matter yesterday to Miss Abbie Ontecn, at the and will spe&d the winter In Florida 8 o'clock, at the residence of the brido'

are being closely looked after. The Watson's much-needed rest. a has carpet on or not home of her parent at Osteen, the Rev making Jacksonville his headquarters mother at Courtney Mr. Richard J.
wounded man is in a serious condition, -Mra. Scrimgeour placed, conspicuously says the Ktandard. Major Jones LaRoche to Miss Mattie S. Ilahwrulst,
J. N. Chaudoin of LaGrange performing -
-The restaurant building formerly in the the ,
and not expected to live. Mr. Jas. Sanders postofflce, following will be remembered by those posted In In the presence of about CO or 00 role
Andrew Gibson has been the marriage The happy
occupied by notice "Gentlerrult will and others ceremony.
not
left here"this morning, for Eden, : European railroad building as one of the tlves of the bride and groom Itev J.
Barnwell who will have on a few days' honey-
rented to George not to the floor." couple gone
are requested spit on '
| to inquire Into the case. engineers employed In building the famous N. Jones, of Titusville performed the, ; I
( whites at to Jacksonville, St. Augustineand
shortly open a dining-room Expectorating on the floor I*not a clean moon
' -Mr. Ranson in surveying out his Midland Railway of England, the ceremony. After the wedding the guestswere
this old stand. At this place and the habit and have other places, and may be looked for
block In West Titusvillo finds that the by any means, we no construction of seventy-two mile .ol all Invited to partake of a sumptuou -.
old LeBaron house, many a Titusvillian doubt will take Mrs. Scrimgeour' In Titusville on Monday or Tuesday eve
Ice Factory is occupying about twenty gentlemen I which alone cost about 30,000,000.: This repast which they did ample justiceto.
I has found a good digestlan wait on appetites hint. ning. They have the best wishes of the
i feet of Tropic Street. Mayor Wilson polite will bo of Interest to some of our Eau The event was a very gay ono for
in the good old times, and lookson Mrs. A, E. Valentine and son and ADVOCATE for a long life of health, n
. the last who stock In the and the ADVOOATS
wettj, out to look Into matter Callto friends own : Courtney, l wiiho
these houses In their present delapi- and Helen arrived in wealth and prosperity.
,(Saturday and fond a line of the old Le daughter-Fred Midland Hallway Company. the happy couple every, joy andhapplne -
'Baron stakes making the south dation with a kindly feeling-like a Londoner town Monday evening from St. Paul, Concert; We are asked to state the that the world afford
survey does on the ancient "Cheshire Minn., on their way to their place at Libbey family from Lake Helen, will Messrs Lodey & Renaker have r
boundry of Tropic Street confirming Mr.Idanson's Cheese" and noted "Cock Tavern" In Tillraan just south of Melbourne Mrs. give a concert at the Presbyterian churchon made extensive Improvements at their -Mr, II H. Wilkinson, of Rocklodgo
north end of
statements. The Fleet street-for "Auld Lang Syne" Valentine-who used to be one of the Thursday evening next, Oct 30th. saloon on Main street. The exhibitionof came up to town Tuesday,on the ..team.or. .. ,

the Ice House with the tram road come sake. most popular ladle in the Melbourne We understand Mr. Libbey Is the authorof pool-playing there. by two southern bringing with him the remain* of his .

to the center of the street. The Mayor -Mr. Budge will commence Immediately and Eau Game districts-has been away Jefferson Davis1 Memorial March, champions was enjoyed quite Immensely deceased father who died at the above)

suggests u a way out of the difficulty, the erection of a brick building, over a year, with her family She left for which, with other of his compositions, by quite a crowd of our bachelor pop place about six year ago which were

that as there la likely to be no travel onthe 30 feet front, on the lot of Capt. Piitchanl Tillman on Wednesday, and her many he will play at the above concert. WIn- lation. In addition they have opened a to be transferred to Its last restingplace
street to the
factoryfor
a point beyond north of the bank. The refusal of friends will be glad to meet her again nl/rld Libbey, their violinist Is only ten lunch counter where anyone who due at Richmond Va. Mr. Wilkinson was

aevorallea1'11 to come, when the present good companies to insure any of the although she do not think she will be years' of age; but; she lead an orchestra not take intoxicating drinks can have a In a dilemma when he arrived here for

plant Is enlarged to meet its growtag" stock of merchandise in the block of able to stay longer than two or three and U a solo performer.. Master John cup of tea, coffee or chocolate, a* well he found they would not ship tb. r.-
business the then be
building can wooden buildings on Washington avenue weeks. We acknowledge a pleasant call Libbey Is said to be the youngest cornet a* oysters, eggs, steak bread-and-butter,, maln without two certificate, whereas .
placed back on the street line. The old t
at even 4 per cent U making the tenant from them on Tuesday Mrs. Valentineand soloist in America, being only eight or anything In the way of a good meal he only had one. However, the extra

surrey stake In the western part of town of those place uneasy. Sooner or Mr. Fred were looking remarkablywell year*' of age. All our boy and girl are or "snack" to sustain the Inner man. certificate came to hand from Dr. Hdgh-
are fast; disappearing and it is important to bear what. This will be a boon to those hungry Wednesday evening and the remain
later they will all seek quarters within but Miss Helen wa looking rather requested to be present
that; the street corners should be established brick walla. Rumor baa it that our thin not doubt owing to her growing so Mr*. Libbey ha to say about "Our souls who coma In late on the trains. were shipped to Mr. Nub, a brotber-tn- ,
while sufl cent of the old ..takea'YeD1aiJI.
wide-awake merchants, A. C. Gardner 4 fast. They spent a very pleasant evening American Girls." All children, under Fred Lesley, we bear 1* a first-class cook law of Mr. Wilkinson. at Richmond, Vir
and marked by coquIna monu- Admlalon 23 and those who patronize the above luncheon ginia. The coffiln wa In a good state of .
ments. This should be taken In hand Son, are also flgureing on a brick blockof at the residence of Captain and Mrs. twelve, admitted free. ,
by the tow Mr. Hanson had to pay their own. Work commenced on Mr. C. F. Fischer the night before leaving for cent Proceed for the benefit of the room may be sure of being well preservation after having beau In the

l$&.to more his house back. Budge' place to-day. down the river. Presbyterian church. treated. ground six year*.

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The EaU Coast Adv cata&: FLORIDA STATENtlS., .. :TRADE-REVIEW- I 1 TELEGRAPH' AND CABLE. 1 1I. I[-IICr Dana cent', TeL. .33141!' Fort:), JnetI.'Id Worth ccnUI1.05,!27..82 Tex,! NEWS ,OF THE 'SOUTH,

14,062 ; .
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PICKED UP HERB OV Busn! to. Birmingham! Ala. ( Ala, BRIEF NOTES AN 'lNT6R.iESTINO
Tuscaloolft
TITUSVH'W. : FLORIDA AND THERE WHAT, IS GOING ON IN THE 23,133, per ccnt 751\.32: NATURE.prriiT .

THROUGHOUT. THE STATE. The weekly circularbf ft. 0.Dan &Co. I BUSY ',WORLD. G,486, increase 8,068, per cent 126.4,304'8,;
increase
-- Business in all branches Oreenville Miss! ., 6,655,
say> shows (im.improvent Ati.
has declined la England an ITEMS FRO porara tx Cal
Pauperism The list of and : cent 203.74 Jackson K'Js1}
passenger arriv. peculation in lircitdKtuff nor ;
In Ireland. steamships A gtTMVABf OF orTSIDB AFFAIRS CODF.NSKD rotrrnEHK STATES THAT wn.L Exrra
nd Wale and l Is declining tog at Jacksonville JncredIC o7 cent 1U.U3;
how a large number is stronger, but the stack market has PROM :HEW8T: DISPATCHES Ot**, per ccut VAIN TUE HKAD1V ACCIDENTS, Putt
,. of strange nane been and Miss 13,398, increase 1,484, p ,
-- ton-resident of the liquidating quotations have de FROU CKCLB BAU's DOMAIX AND WOATTHJZ FLOODS, KTO.
Only.one county (Washoe) la Nevada !state and give? evidence' that a good clined. The street fa no longer a barometer CABLE DR11I OS. 12.63. -

Chows an increase Sn population over the! Florida.maDYltrangel'1l are already coming and the industries and trade of the ..- WILL,NOT WED. The foreign iron masters passed through I

of the census ten years ago. country pay no attention to the stork The Jews in Sebastopol! have been or- -- Ito
figures Chemist Malyvan has exchange. TIle prices of commoditiesare OPMK DAVIS AND MB.WttKIKSON Louisville, Ky., Wednesday on their way
received dcied ESOAOEMBST
a IUp&rlor to leave that city. MB Birmingham Ala. I
sample of china clay, white as the a hade stronger thm a week ago, DECLARED OFF.
'P1a3o: 'n jo gq.uo3133.101: t4Y !tJ1l81t driven snow and as smooth as face grain and oil having advanced with many The president returned fo Washington 1'he Lowe Metallic faint company, o{ I

'tutty MT}tO nj *Ian der, from Lake county. It is used pow.in kind of manufactured product, but the Monday night from his trip to the wct. A Syracuse, N. Y.dispatch says: The Chattanooga has assigned. Its schedule I Iof
} jo qtU"J.oao making all kinds of porcelain ware. The general advance since Oct. let i* not a Pillow & Hcrscy' rolling mill, in Montreal engagement of Miss Winnie Davis, the indebtedness foot up to $$17,524; I Insstts

.npbfl'32apn.1ol.3daaoq; oaafenpxa'NONoP deposits are immense and the owner has a quarter of 1 per cent as yet. The movement was destroyed by fire Saturday. daughter of the confederacy, to Alfred not yet known. I

oJupd; 1113.1 00003 MAO on fortune.-Of oil Uinner. of commodities ia very heavy The Tho Leland hotel, in Syracuse. N. Y., Wiltinson, of this city, which wa an- The colored people of Richmond, Vs.,' IWedncsdoycelebrated

-JHtjsjsnos v,pUV'aa3glo paoleslmmo3 L9IZ 10 The Florida Fertilizer of I money market i* nowhere a source of embarrassment was totally destroyed by fire Wednesday nouncod about six months ago, and the twentyTr.enth I
company,
and the feeling of confidence nl ht. much interest In all
sows pataa! sqi jorow tJ.L Gainesville, purchased 180 tons of bone which created 10 anniversary of the signing of the I
from Key West in year. Fifty tons a everywhere increases. The amount of silver offered for sale to sections of the country, will not result ina emancipation proclamation. I

Chief of-Police C u toy, of Ban Francisco year are collected along the railroad the Southern movement reports of cotton are generally being bright, the' treasury department, Wednesday, was marriage. The first authortative made Monday state-l Uy Gov. Stone, of Mississippi, on Tue I
south of Gainesville remarks.bly 436,000 ounces. ment of this fact was Hoft. Claude Pintard I
forty tons of it at day appointed ol
,
at the head of tho fend large. Great the of
who bu been early industries to
in press
Archer. The collectors receive sixty In of are The committee of Presbyterians revising Mr. Wilkinson person, Natchez, chancellor, of the fourth d'utract I
Police Department for eighteen years, cents 100 the gaining. spite the enormous out. Syracuse. Various reason were the Hon. L. I
per pounds at stores.The put of pig.Iron the tone i la and the confession of faith in session at the between to succeed McLaurin,
stronger to rupture
tajs, the Chinese there'commit moro :I nation's extremity is Florida's op at Philadelphia mill iron is 33 ,cents Pittsburg, finished their labors Monday. advanced lilies as Davis and Sir. resigned.The I

crimes ia proportion to their number portunity. All early vegetables and higher. Breadstuff had been advancing A resolution was offered in the Ohio Wilkinson the chief being that it wr.s census returns of Louisiana! and I

than any other race, and are the mostdifficult fruit can hardly be otherwise than profi in spite of small exports, which full far legislature, Wednesday, censuring Governor the ,lady's desire that the cng R e. Mississippi have been officially announced. J
table
of detection. next spring in tho bare markets of below last )'eII1"I1IA yet. Wheat has risen Campbell for calling. the extra ses ment young be broken on account of Sir. Wil Louisiana-1,110,828; Rain, 18.82p et f
the
North. But the ambitious grower : 8} cent: for tho week on sales of 20,000- sion. kinson' financial prospects. The burh- cent. :Mississippi 1,284,887 r gala,

should try, instead of planting twice as 000 bushels at New York, and corn nearly Gen. W. W. Bclknap secretary of war ing of the fine old homestead in July was 13.C5 per cent.

The American Humane Society offers many acres, to raise twice a* much per 2 cents on sales of 10,001),000 bushel under Grant, was discovered dead in his referred to as a loss! of much moment. Lines interested in Florida ,travel helda

two prize, each of $250, for the best ei- aero. Oil has risen 2 cents, with insignificant bed in a flit house in Washington, Mon This was considered by the majority as a meeting of passenger agent at Cincinnati

01th question whether vivisection A fine new steamer to ply between dealings, and coffee is a quarter lower, day morning. great injustice to Miss Davis, and Mr. Wednesday and came to'an agreement

lays Jacksonville and JIayport will soon be the present range of prices being decorously Win. Peters, supposed to have been Wilkinson statement goes to show ns to fix tourists' and Florida rates si

should be permitted In tho interest of launched. She is being built at New described nil "strained. Foreign tho largest man in the country, weighing much. lIe said that he urns much averse 4 cents a mile for round-trip tickets.,

humanity, and, if so, with what restric of Berlin tho by Capt. David Kemp, and i. one trade is fairly satisfactory, for while exports over 400 pound, died in Lukin town to making any statement, but such conflicting The remains of General A. P. Hill art

tions. Essays are to be sent to George handsomest crafts ever on the of grain are restricted, cotton ship, Ill., Saturday. reports were being sent out that! to be removed from Hollywood cemetery,
I river. She is CO feet long, 20} feet moves largely, though the valuo of cx- The he deemed it only justice to Misi Davie, the lot donated
Servian to
Ya
the in Richmond
'T. Angcll, No. 19 Milk street, Boston, ',beam and 7 feet depth of hold. She per s lost week showed a decline in government Ending broken bj
comparison
of Milan to that the engagement was not far from tho Lee
will draw presence ex King in the country say Louis Gintcr, monu
about
before January bont will bo 61 feet of water. The with last )'ear. The number offallul'Cllor intolerable, has resolved to ask the skupt- at her request, and that it was on account ment, in the western suburbs of R:ch-
the week in
handsomely furnished the United
with
States
and
mother
aching to a bill for his of her ill health. Her mond.
providing ex
pass
elegant Cibin furnishings and will carry is 188, compared with 182 for the same her intimate friend Mt that, under the
coffeebrodght :
By far tho most expensive 200 passengers. time IJLd pear._ pulsion.! The American Gaslight Association ol
this market I The police census of New York wascompleted cicumstauces, it would be best that the
from
to Savannah Ga eighteenth annual
comes iu
began
A thrifty orange tree in Florida increases JUMPED TO DEATH. Tuesday afternoon. It give prospective marriage should be annulled,
morning with'
session Wednesday
Blue Mountain, Jamaica. The whole in value in a ratio taken
this bj
geometrical New York City a population of 1,710- and step was reluctantly 200 members The delegate .
'product of the region is small and only with advancing years, on account of its A IIX-BTOBT HOTEL BCRKS, CAUSING 715: an increase of of 197,214 over Supervisor Miss Davis.A nearly received present.tho and
were by ,mayor
greater to resist FEARFUL LOSS OF LIFK.
capacity cold. A tree Porter'
a few thousand bags reach Now York. figuresThe COMBINED MOVE aldermen.
ten years old la worth more than ten -
It is usually\ ; bought by Delmonlco at a times as much as one only a year old. It What proved to bo the most disastrousfire rate war between tho Ohio and The case of Dr. James Woodrow, deposed

, Tcry high figure. At tho same time, declares is hardly too much to say that no orange that ha vlsiti d Syracuse, N. Y., for Mississippi east ana railway and its connections OF ALL1AKCE.MEX TO ESTABLISH AN I iDE- for teaching "evolution1," came up
and the
discovered in the Leland west Big Four and its PIt DE\T, STOCK,y.\tl\ in the Charleston'
A New York the Delmonico tree which has stood ia its place ten1enl"l' many year, was connection ended Y again a few day ago
paper, Friday night a
free from disease, properly fed and hotel, at 12.80 o'clock Thursday inornng. by Presbytery on the doctor's application
coffee docs not contribute to the restau compact satisfactory to both partica.: A dispatch from Kansas City :
cultivated, was ever yet,killed: to tho An eye-witness of tho firo say it Is says for membership. The application
Rate will
be restored.It
ra t'* reputation. Quite a\good coffee ground by' cold, even in the northern. positive that at least t!'ent}. Tho intended extension of its business denied by a vote of 0,to 17, w

is served at half a dozen less famous most counties of the citrus belt. live person have lost their lives, is announced that'O'Rricn and Dillon, by the Farmers' Alliance of the south. During the first nine months of 1890
discovered when
tho west it
Irish leaders wo Tuesday
fugitive will make
md have been a
,
more more or
Preparations for the usual fall many 8783 miles of now railroad were con
''places. ____,__,_,_______ soon be in order. Thorough droughtwill leaalnjurcd. A majority of the victims tour of the United State, and Thomas was learned that they are to establish an structed by 212 different companies, according -
-- stirring
P. Gill Jf. P. who arrived in New independent stockyard in Kansas City.
were killed in jumping from the windows.So ,
New York city put up 0722 new build- of the soil ia a good protection Against great I* the confusion 'and excitement York last week from Liverpool, will arrange Missouri Texas, Nebraska! and Iowa are to the llailuay Agt. ,1'he largest,
dry weather but to stir the amount of constructed in
mileage
much any
ground /
back of the scheme. of land adjoining
for their movement Fifty acres
tags :last at a cost of $75,912,816. that the identity of those killed end injured
miles.
year during tho continuance of drouth is un the U the site one state was in Georgia-323
stockyards
Jioston followed with 4431 buildings doubtedly an error. A layer of fine Is wholly unknown. The building A Washington dispatch says: The talk present Five hundred businessmen
very of the their Philadelphia
new jards. By maintaining
oil will bo a total loss It was built two about on extra session of Congress thick.
costing $32,400,000. Philadelphia came nn "earth mulch, is a protection to own yards, tho farmers believe they can arrived in Chattanooga Monday and
N the moist stratum beneath years ago at a coat of $150,00i'. It is six ens and broadens Tho extreme republicans
third with 11,058 buildings costing |2t-( the capillarity and assists, for in it breaks stories nigh: and contained 400 rooms. It wish one, and if President Harrison save much money in marketing their were given; a banquet on Lookout mountain -,
retaining cattle doing with the commission during the evening. They came to
I. to'learn how can have his he will to the by away
fourth with 4500 the impossible many guest way yield
000,000 Brooklyn moisture below tho
surface
all the
;
and of the other attend: the sale of lot at Kensington
men a ,
great part expenses.
the and
were in the hotel ut tho time firo pressure call back in No.
:buildings : and Chi while in a drought simply mixes dry soil congress
costing 123,079,400, with moist and broke out. Tho total log will not fall vember. Ga., twenty miles south of Chattanooga.

cago fifth, with 4031 buildings coiling Florida Farmer promotes and Fruit evaporation.Oreieer.KakU short of $500,000, and the building iawrtinlly A London dispatch nay: A four-story THE POWDER EXPLODED While six persons on horseback were

$25,005COO. The next city to Chicago la West Florida. ll covered by insurance. building, occupied by Rowley & Brock, passing over an unfinished bridge near

nu Denver, whore 2741 new buildings The successful grafting Jf delicious ON FRENCH SOIL. hat, caps and helmet maoufacnurcrs and ADO Ben LED SEVERAL!: rEHSONS INT structure Webster Spring, W.and Va.all, were Saturday,precipitated the
government contractors for military head. LTEHNITT. pave way
Japan persimmon on tho wild native
cost $10,807,277. The amount of per.
now into Elk river forty feet below.
,
wa destroyed fire after
ilmmon stock of West Florida gear by Monday
says the Stxsans O'BIUKN: AND pinx AT LAI'IUICAlID
buildings in no other city reached $10,- Nashville American, has proven a success. FROM. noon. Six persona were burned to death A terrible explosion was rcportol at Five of tho six persons were wounded,

.000,000, although St. Louis came pretty Last season a St. Paul gentleman plucked and thirteen seriously injured. the Ivaalioe-Uusk tunnel, ontlio Midland two fatally.

near 'that figure, and Minneapolis, St. some of these grafted persimmons from a A cablegram from Tippcrary, Ireland, Secretary! of State Blaine has receiveda railway, thirty miles west of Leadville, The following census figures were
Pauiand tree in the fruit grove of a partyat says: During the proceedings in court dispatch from Minister Ryan, of tho Col., at 11 o'clock Tuesday morning. given out TuesdaY: Newborn,: N. C., .

Pittsburg'stood each at about Pcusacola, packed them carefully in a here Wednesday, fcr. Healy, one of the City of Mexico, announcing that the One of the workmen entering the tunnel 7,632, increase 1,338 per cent,21.56.

8000000. sealed box, and shipped them to a rela counsel for the defendant* in tho cone Mexican republic will adopt the recommendations with a box of giant powder removed one State of North Carolina, 1,017,840, increase .

UfO in Japan. They arrived safe, and piracy case waa handed a telegram. Te-irng of the International American of the sticks and accidentally knocked it 217,390, per cent 15.54. ;Kansas,

Interest in tho reported discovery that here pronounced by Japan fruit growers tho envelope open bo found contained conference with regard to a uniform system against the wall. It exploded, killing 1,423,485, increase 427,389. per cent
superior in flavor and size to tho native a dispatch from) \ .Dillon and O'Brien of weight and mcansurc him and frightfully mangled his body. 42.91.

+ leprosy not an incurable discase will article. This test has induced MinnesotaFruit announcing their safe arrival at Cher-. The removal of the Canadian export The force of tho cxplosiou caused an entire On Saturday, Mrs. II. L. Whiteslde,

not be confined to the medical fraternity. growers to buy up lands. in tho West bourg, France. Tho utmost reticence was duty on logs i Is showing: its effect. box: of powder to explode with ter. mother of Vernon Whitcside, the defaulting -

'There ia no scourge with which humanity )'Iorldl1llghland", where the wild trees maintained i mon;t the nationalists as to Already there are numerous shipment to rifle force killing a mall who was work city auditor of Chattanooga,

with grow, for Japan persimmon culture.A tho manner in which Dillon Iud O'Brien the United States. The United States log near and badly injuring eight others, Tcnn" sent a letter to tho mayor informing
is afflicted that is
regarded deeper iMiparlanC C'civentlan. eluded the vigilance of the police and treasury department ha instructed col. six ot whom will die. him that she was ready and willing

feelings! of horror. Fortunately its scope A convention of Florida railway ofll- effected their escape from this. country.It lectors to enter Canadian lumber at the THE TRIAL to pay any amount the ex-city auditor

.U restricted, but the sufferings of its victims dais and representatives of all the lino U tho intention of tho government to rate fixed in tho McKinley act. CONTINUED owed the city. The shortage amounts to

arouse the universal sympathy of of Southern travel, met in New York 'recently endeavor to learn who aided them to By a fire which broke out in the Put KOTwrrnsTANDitra in.it DILLON AND $23,000. ,

to confer on the rate question for escape and if their Accomplices are discovered nam European hotel, at Adam and La. O'BUIEK HAVE LEFT TUB COUNT A dispatch of Tuesday says The New
mankind. If Dr. Lots who has Y.
charge tho. coming season. From the Florida i they will be criminally prose Ballo street, Chicago, early Sunday Town Company just beginning operationsat

of the unfortunates at Molokai, U correct lines were James Calhoun, ot this city, I cuted. _- morning, four live were lost and a score A Dublin dispatch says: When the at Bridgeport,. Ala, on tho Tennessee

In lots opinions, it is possible, thinks the general freight agent of the J., T. & K.W. Heat Make Your Hair Grow. of persons had narrow escape The fire magistrate's court at Tippurnry reassembled sold out to a syndicate headed by

Now York Star, that in time leprosy maybe ; Wilbur McCoy, general freight wo caused by the explosion of a kero- Saturday morning, Crown Prosecutor Robert Banner associated with II"B.
agent of the South Florida railway; C. -- acne lamp, which had been left burning Ronan stated that the crown had de- Claflio and Connell and Delamater, the
entirely stamped out. The world will D. Owens, traffic manager of the S., 1''. It Is generally understood that the halt in one of the hallway cided to prosecute the charges of con- iron kings. They have organized a new

rejoice to, know that such conclusions ..kY.. ; A. 8. Knapp, traffic manager of and nail grow flutter in hot iveather than A New York dispatch of Tuesday says: piracy against all the defendants notwithstanding company with a capital of $3,000,000.

have a lure foundation in successful experiments : tho Georgia Southern and Florida, and In cold, but, perhaps, few are aware that Yielding to the advice of his physicians, the fact that Messrs. Dillon A dispatch of Sunday from Durham,

of medical treatment. ,representing tho steamship l lines; II. L. any temperature can impart so great a I who represent it to be necessary to comi and O' ticn had, of their own volition, N. C., says: There Is more tobacco coming
Walker, of the Ocean Steamship company stimulus to thegrowth u! Col. I'ejeval- i plate the restoration of his sight Joseph abandoned their defense aud left the into this market now than ever beforeat

a ; Thco. Eger, traffic manager of tho ky, the Russian traveler, says tho Central Pulitzer u withdrawn entirely from the country. The courts, he said, had decided this season of the year. Fanner are

The news hat the Governm census Clyde line; E. C. Richardson of the Asian heat did during his journey i.i editorship of the World. The control of that under the circumstance such coming from nearly every county In the

showed 2000 less Indians at Rosebud New England and Savannah line, and hose regions during the summer of 1889.! the paper ha been vested in an executive 4* had arisen in the present cll.'le. it was Piedmont motion, and many eastern coun-
other official from railroads, making In June tho ground and the air became board of its principal editors. not necessary to stop the proceedings.3TILU ties are represented. About $7OOU is
agency than rations were being issued Florida connections. Mr. Eger, of the excessively hot, *o great: indeed, as to Five drowned being paid out daily for the golden weed.
Clyde line:, was president of the convene render travel in the daytime impossible. persons were in tho AT WORK.
caused in South Dakota as'there
no surprise
river Kinkoro N. J. Information
at Sunday afternoon received
at San Antonio
this ,
after
tion. It was decided to make but few, Within a fortnight oppressive!
is a prevailing opinion among most if any, changes the rates this winter, weather began it wa noticed that the by the capsizing of a boat. They NINE WEEKS or MiMissirrt'a CONVENTION ;Monday, from Mexico state that there i*

of tho squaw mea and others in a position and the meeting was most harmonious hair and beard of all the party were grow. were: Solomon Fletcher, aged 32; John AND TUB: END NOT YET. great excitement in parts of that country,

to know, that a correct census of the In. Tfc. TarlflT Ora..... log with astonishing rapidity, and, }Fletcher aged 23; Angleo Fletcher, aged especially in the mining districts, over
Manager Iveu. of the Florida. Fruit Exchange traugcst of all, some youthful Cossacks, 24; Cheafu Merry, need 43 and Alonzo A Jacksoo dispatch says; The ninth the discovery of gold mInes of fabulous
diana at the different agencies will show'a says in an interview in the whose face were perfectly smooth, developed l'son, aged 22. The first three were week' of the Mississippi constitutional riches near the abandoned city of Chiapas

wonderful shortage of Indians com. Flartda Standard, regarding the ,change rcapcrtablo beards within the brother All five lived at Iinkora.aod convention closed Saturday: evening and that contained 0,000,000 inhabitant centuries

pared with the number that draw rations in toe tarnt on orange: "The only short period of twenty day*.-[St. Louis were employed at the Murrell Dobbins it now appear that its work cannot be ago. It is supposed the ancient
is in iu bulk which Itelubllc biicLyard. properly finished before November 10th. city wo a veritable Western Babylon.
'There Is doubt change oranges upon
no says a Pierre special, there is a reduction of ten cents per The supreme court of Michigan, on The judiciary article Is still under con '1 ho directors of the Mobile and Spring

c'thntha, IndiAna are rapidly passing thousand, and 80 per cent ad valorem Metal Costlier Than Gold. Saturday, rendered a decision in a case sideration, and while the rote was deoitt- Hill railroad, on Wednesday, filed notice

away l\ is appaling to note the number ha been added on the material of the where a restauranter refused to entertaina lye that supreme cout judges shall'con in the office of the secretary of state at

of young Indians who are in the last package or box containing the fruit. It Compared with some of the metal gold colored man. In the court below in a tinue to bo appointed by the governor, Montgomery, Ala., that they had author.
will take some little figuring to get at Is commodity. It is worth $210 suit for damage the negro was defeated, subject to confirmation by the senate, ized the issue of $100,000 in 6 per cent
a cheap
Ijsges of consumption. It seems thai tho exact dutiable value of tho box and platinum $130, and silver but the supreme court say the court the friends of the elective system will bonds to j hay off a mortgage debt of said
a pound troy;
last winter the grip got hold of 'them, case. Under the old "damage allowance"rule about S I!. Nickel i*quoted at about 60 erred, a* the nesro i* a citizen under the make a fight for the election of criminal company. Notice was filed in compliance
thq result of which is th about 80 constitution and cannot be discriminated ijid:;e* *ud ebacsfors with the laws of Alabama regulating I
e
that nearly half of cases paid on average cent and pure aluminum at $8 to $9 per
the Indian at the cent. The customs administrative bill troy pound. But barium sells for $975 a against, and says the only question that MEET railroad corporation
are ENGINEERS
hopeless
agency should have been considered
last June does in the lower Lowenthal & Son
approved ) practically pound, and calcium Is worth $1,800 a wine merchants of
consumptives. Another season or two with damage allowance This Its cost i court was one of damage -- Nashville Tenn.
away nound. Cerium Is TUB INTERNATIONAL received information
of grip like last winter and the Indian amounts ia effect to an increase of a (160 an ounce, or 41,8:0 a pound. A dispatch of Tuesday from Findlay, 6EMBLK: AT PITTSBUBU.DBOTUERHOOD AS Tuesday evening that they had won' the

race will be no more In South Dakota." hundred per cent on cases, a considerable Chromium bring $ OO. cobalt falls to Ohio, say: The Standard Oil Cope! guy test case which had been instituted

advance. Every penny count on the about half the price of silver, "hlle di.y- baa again reduced the price of Buckeye A rittbburg dispatch I against them, as proprietors of a store ia
coat of the Sicily fruit, which come in mium is the same price a* cerium, and oil and ia paying but 32} cents for the ty-.evcnth annual MJS: The.twen- Louisville, for selling original package
Within the last three or four years i boxes (uot cases) and the advance of erbium $10 cheaper by the ounce than product, a drop of 3 cent on the barrel uoual) of the Brotherhood Convention (interna- The judge decided that packages could

well-defined movement in several of the eight cent and no rebate (equivalent to calcium, or lu>.t 1,080 per pound. The within two week This depreciation tine: Engineers was called of locorno- be sold under conditions with which the
order
States, notably Ohio, has begun to secure ten cents per box at least) may have the wealth of the Yanderbilt amounts to causes a loss |50 on every 1,000 barrel to old city halt by thief to at the firm had complied. The firm was under
effect of stopping some of the receipts. nearly $200,000UOOO. With this sum tie jiroductr, while the Standard saves Wednesday Eugh ear Arthur, 108 indictments and a bond of $' 0,000.
atwo-cent-psr-mlle rate on railroads, the in the Ohio morning. There was a large
they could purchase: S tons of gold by operation field alone
but so ur the movement has THE DEAD JUDGE. month. The Standard attendance of deputes: every division of Geueral Reuben Davis, gf Aberdeen:
not culminated and have something left over, but they 143,000 a now ho :34 in the llih&, die4
organization
Ala
suddenly Huntsville
in direct couldn't buy two tons of gallium, thlLtI'ILI'O the field in its power and i* absolute being represented ,
legislation to that effect. The
any entire
JUWO MILLER, OF THE v BCyBIMa day was devoted to calling the Tuesday. lIe was on his way home
The regulation adopted by the COURT, PASSES 4..4.1' metal hell\:: worth, $%330 aa ounce. mister of price roll, receiving credentials and perfecting from Chattanooga, selling his book,

trunk-line In New York A dispatch from Trenton, N. : organization. The convention will be ill 'Recollection of Mississippi and Mtosiippian *
passenger agents Tax Southern Lumberman t&at Money
say Daniel F, Indicted
Justice Samuel F. Miller of the Supreme Beatty wo session at least two weeks.GOING : *." lie was eighty-two
recently permit a two-cent-per-mlle court of the United State, was the census returns will show a moat encouraging by the federal grand jury for fraudulent -- -- old. A few minutes before dying year he

rate for tea or more persons traveling oa stricken with partial paralysis Friday growth of Southern cities, and use of the moil Mr. Bratty is a manufacturer WEST. was out on the street walking around. r
will bo substantially a* follow; LouU- of and is charged with
afternoon about: o'clock while on hiawll organs Apoplexy i
one ticket ou any road of the association. supposed to be tae cause.
dUe has from 123,000 populationin
grown sending circulars throughout the 11:0801.ALU.NCE
home from tho capitol, in Washington country DELEGATE START He was a second
ea cousin
of President
Tbis is asserted by the Chicago Tintt to and after hovering in an unconscious 1880 to 180,000 Memphis from :33,000to offering organs at ridiculously price, WtiTEBNTOUO. Jefferson Davis and

be "a long step toward the concession de. condition between life and death for four 04,000, Nashville from 43,000 to 7500 ,- and after tbe receipt of the money, refuinj of hi* day a distinguished man
at 10:39' $ Atlanta from 37,000 to 03,000, Savannah to fill the order till a further *umaouM Georgia Alliance I
manded
by those who believe a general day, pawed peacefully away Atlanta delegates I '
from Dallas
o'clock Monday night. 80,000 to 43,000, be for arded, claiming that he Monday for the Kansas State Alt DR. KELLEY SUSPENDED
two-cent rate, and judging by the experienco from 10,000 to 39.000 Galveston from liance
boil of
lie surprittd bu physicians by the run out cheaper instruments.The I meeting! Topeka Indent -
5
22.000 to 1$,.
from
ef Hungary such a reduction wonderful vitality he displayed. lie 35,000 Chattanooga census office issued: the following Polk beads the delegation. Along with BECAME HE tEFT HI* caiRci TO KC3
(WO to from to
would inure to tho in Richmond. Ky. in 1910, and 30,000 Birmingham 8,000 Odvrston hm! are delegates .
born figure
benoflt of the railroad was 27,000, Fort Worth from 6,000 to 31,< Wednesday: Tex., appointed bl the Oeor. FOR COVEUSOB.
as well as to the people. Street-car was graduated from the university of 000, and the growth of all other towns 8a,118; increase, 8,670: ; percent, 30.88. gin Colonel State \iilallce at iu wt media". if
After studying and Houston Tex. 37.411 Livingston, Colonel A Nashville
practicing i&crexe. ;
Transylvania. has sate ; 10,898; Wilson and dispatch of Wednesday
been It i to
roada {a Chicago appear to be doing a medicine for a few year, be turned that equally the Southern as great.towns taken* oa tar cent, CO. Bowling Green, Ky., Dr Stonto bear Sterna greetin' says: The Tennessee Methodist conference

good business, and H is possible oa some his attention to law, ia which ha made an ay have almost doubled, in 7.790; increase, 2.6T8; per cent, 53.33. the Kansas Alliance "Colonel Living committee, appointed to try Dr. C.
average population .
of these roads to ride for less than one progresa In 1863 President Lincoln within the last ten year* and have Montgomery:: Ala., 31,790; increase, he too and I, Mid Mr. Polk ia reply to C. Kelley for deserting his chargo and

cent per mile, The lower the fare on the appointed him justice of the supreme increased fourfold in wealth. Tb 3.077; Nascent, 30.33. pwjMCola, Fla to make question, 'have Several' appointment pinning fcr governor, reported austaia-
court, and be bad served on the bench active development of the mineral and 11.731; increase 4,900: per cent, 11.67. lpeechea out 'w, beginning lag the charge and pending him from
railroad the more people twill travel taking rank with the foremost State of Alabama increase with the one at all ministerial .
ever lance, timber interest ia the South has bten 1,508,073; 1 heR Topeka OR the \Gtl: connection for a-r months.Tu
upon them, and more frequently, and in jurist as a constitutional expounder. one of the chief factor in nrojaotiov 4he 2t3, 6Si percent: 19.43. Illinois we and hue two fn lIiasour three in domeatse servae& ;

this way reduction ia' fue,'benefits all NOW. growth of the towns, and.ha* aJdttamall 1110\ The census bureau, on Monday announced 145th. giving ODe il1 Ohio; the last on the .atvel 4ealt. Rat! b.1 a lpecialw dimcal poI'y fa touXittnt TaWt

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T { : this city\ a young man Who eats crushed tionat Altinnrd now peddinghrttongrtss.
) nUDGllf OF liUN FAttBRS' ,
} iNGS 'EAThN squirrels tOOt cooked'1ft ALLIANCE NOTES
octa.
are na'y
violets and ,wears saute neckties every; or somd letter system! \for t the relief: 6f

this country, and are most delicious and lime ho feetaWattack of the blues ap ..:........: the struggling masses, hs r-9ICd.' ;
fully as palatable n, Jugged hare j at' any u preaching. The other evening he awoke *'
Qt1.fER ARTICLES 'OF FOOD INVAIUOTJS tate-we hate ourselves 'stewed them and uimoftoca KKKTCHES tnoVAUtODS in the middle ot the night and rousing NEWS OP THE ORDER AND ITS .a .. .*

LANDS. tre can: testify that they are excellent ItIs I BOTJUCB3. his room-mate said: .' MEMBERS. The following are Mn6n;# the fwoTn i'
lions and demand' reported by the Michigan :
even said that frogs:; are often eaten in "This is aintplY1LgOniilng." -

eatrcedjocnst and Wild none,... tho north of England. In some parts of Courtship And ?I nrlAg *-tro?>ar>lj'- "What it the matter!" WHAT 'IS IUt1110:0..& 15 THK YAtUOt'f&KCT10NS State Alliance, recently'organized' >r' at.Lansing ".:.f\.
Staple FOOd Products. England nails are still eaten not as ordinary A Cruel Quel'1-nad Loved and : "
,
Hodgo- "Those two mosquitoes that are sing FOR THR ADVANCEMENT O*' Resolve 1 Wo demand tho abolition of '
hOle Delicacy: in Barbary articles of diet but at stated J..ost-A Vlgorou Check Too in tho ,
ing room. THE ORKAT onoAISUATIOH.-LEOtM.A-: national banks and the mil tituton! of. 1
Snail Soup and Stale Eggs feasts. We have in bygone days, when -A Choice. Kto.i Eta "Well, what do :you care so long; tu TION!, :NOTES, KTC.: legal tender treasury'notes in lieu of national '
living on the borders of tho nail-makinj don't bite I" I .
they you bank note, Issued in imfllcicnl'volume ,
Seaweed, says*Dr. Crcspi- ;, is catoa! on districts of Staffordshire, seen men filling Oar coartshtosarti such sweet affairs VThey are not singing In harmony."- the Alliance Exrliangc, Henrietta, to do the business on a ri.h. .y'. r ,

I tho coasts of Scotland and Ireland ia Tas paper bags with snails to make coup, Life mlzht sewn much more clever WaAinptoa Pott. Texas, is giving lati raet on. ti'tn, regulating: the amount needed on At.. Ip'r
and we remember bring told that they] Bines wedded years bring many cares, capita !bnsU, as tho luttinw Interest ,
[quantities, nndthoush: unpalatable and were excellent eating. Tho English tVere we to court forever The Farmers' Alliance will build a and that\ all '
of the
I flavorless; fa at times tho chief food of A ncrrcRn or rnrKNDsnrr. country expand ,
I some of tho poorest. When dry it is prejudice against snails is singular, since, Hymen has many hearts made clad Ted wanted to go to the circus, largo flouring rom nt. Graham, Texas. money issued by the government shall boa ;fit
I than from time immemorial, considerable ADd scorn of others tadileoeJ, legal tender fur all debts,.: public and
richer oatmeal
or Indian com ias quantities have been collected round So runny single wish they had "awfully. The Alliance is oducntin I ? the masses, "
nitrogenous constituents and takes'ran] And double wish they hadn't "Mabel," said ho, seating himself on private. -:ta.
London and the Kent for which makes the tremble with 9nhmitcd" .
on postures export -z,,"_ :York llerold. po.Iticlans We demand the free aniT I
I among the most! nutritious of vegetable the stool and propping his chin in the
to France. In the latter country fenr.-Lnmo. coinage of silver ,ill
foods. To prepare seaweed for tho table palms of his hands in front of one of 4 C''blrolof .
is '
there ,
most demand
squeamishness; people We Rovcrnmcntnl
it should,,be steeped in water to rid A CnUT.L O.CEET. those sisters who hold in their hands sc 1.
get :
there only regret that snails are too ex- Wwt Virginia, Maryland, Pennoylvani.i all railroad, telegraph and telephone
of the salt with which Ethel "My intended Is a great artist: much than has been dreamed of in J
i it is impregnated, pensive to be indulged in frequently. In more Michigan end New Mexico are the lines in the interest of the public in tho .j, '
[ and a little carbonate of oda removes tho Covent Garden the common snail often you know; fell in love with" him when I their philosophy "Mabel, have you latest Alliance States. same manner as the postal service is 00''t:',
I bitter taste, which to some palates is saw one of his paintings. fifty cents" ,I
I moat It should appears for sale; purchasers,however, :Maud-"How much was it worth!"- "No "the discouraging reply! of AIITsnce manipulated. s' ,,1
disagreeable. then be are almost exclusively members of the was The Cilixens of Kansas, now We demand that eight )hours shall constitute
'
[ slewed" in milk or water till mucilaginous, French, Austrian and Italian colonies of Pact. that young lady; "I haven't." bas more than 16,000 members, and ifrupidly.inciciisintf. a legal day's work in all' ;

; and is",best flavored with vinegar or pep- London.-Scottiih .nm, tJUI.M Have you twenty-fivcl" ,. It is now proposedto mines and shops. :
keer. 'Fungi are almost everywherelargely DAD LOVED A3TD LOST.Brownson "No. make it a national' order. We demand a graduated ,

eaten, though in England less Victims of Bunco Men.. -"Will you attend Miss "Fifteen I" .. by placing the burden of. facttlrle'I" ,1

:t attention la paid to them than they da Within the past two years professionalbunco Hightone's reception on her return from r'DIO.o"Mabel The sub-alliances of Floyd county those most able to bear it. '

I serVe, and few kinds appear at table. A men and confidence operator Europel" ," said Ted, rising in the consciousness On., have a movement on foot looking to We demand a government .

; curious error is to suppose that fungi: are have stolen nearly $200,000 from various Jonoson-"Hardly. I attended her of confidence misplaced, III] the! building of co-operative stores'. people on real estate security.

eatable and toadstools poisonous; no victims in Ohio and adjoining States. rejection the evening sue left last July" thought we were going to bo good They have the money on hand for the We demand strictly we \ ,

such line of demarcation exists nor friends 1 1"-Judye.FLACE, purpose. known as the Australian ballot system. s
This enormous sum, so far as can tx of "
strictly speaking, has tho name toadstool ascertained has been stolen by about ten A TlOOnouS CHECK, TOO. We demand the election Presidentand \11;
The Gibbon Neb. TheIlh8YBeeds" Vice-President and United ,Bute- !l
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f any precise meaning. Very many fungi men, whose income thus derived is, Dolley-"Miss Rosy is liberal as wen T111' TO HAKO( IT. ( RtllOrtn'M1s th .
aro numberless in Nebraska Senators by n direct volo.of
1 ire edible, and tho common agaric therefore, greatly in excess of that,received u wealthy." I' Lawyer X. is regarded by his acquaintance this year. The indpx.| ndcnt movement WhcrcM, Wo bolievo that an inflexiblevolume 'a

usually eaten in England is not the most by many high-priced banking Goslin-"Is that sol" as the pennant bore lie lives might rightly be called an uprising of the of currency depresses prlcea vtlitn

palatable and wholesome. Few foods officials, and far morn than that of 90 Dolley-"Yes; she gives a check to at a small family hotel and exercises his common people against their arch enemy tho farmers' produce is placed u& 1h*! '.,u .

i, sro more savory, and none are greater per cent of business men who are reckoned every man who asks for her hand."- functions as a bore chiefly at the dinner -trusts and corporations which him market, and Inflate* prices after tho prod*

: favorites, than well-cooked fungi, and wealthy and succussful. Epoch. table and talks mostyof) himself. One been robbing them of the fruits of their act is in the hands of the speculator st

the souls of vegetarians' yearn for thorn. Strangely enough, not one of these evening when the dining-room was full labor for the past twenty-five years.
The lion is eaten by some African races, swindlers, who are well known to the > mOBABLY. he said In a voice loud enough to be a Resolved 1

although at. i !its t. flesh*" rF-.i is in small favor. with_ police ,of the country, is in prison, but Jack-"1 was reading a few days ago heard by every ono in tho room: The Farmers' Alliance* of Kansas, ilar to tho sub-treasury bill, socaUcd.'
,lucrawmie meiums; find carrion 1i0 on tho contrary, all are at large, some in about a drummer who is in the habit of "Gentlemen, I am thinking of hang. which now numbers over 142,000 member that will secure a flexible volume of

j much to their liking that, according to foreign parts, enjoying the pleasant usufruct lightning his: cigars with ten-dollnr ing a bell on myself so that people may *, has organized a mercantile department money commensurate with the needs of

Df Colenso, they apply to food tecmint f ,of tho ill-gotten gains. Their viol bills." -- know when lain present. end propose to handle their of the people.

'with large colonies of grubs the compre time, on tho other hand, being for the Tom-"Hotel bill, I prcsume."- "Good idea," said a quiet sufferer at own grain and live stock. They M .

hcnsive word,u uborai," which signifies, most part men who were compelled to tfuntey'i Wed.lt/: the next table. have appointed agents who will handle WRITE HOUSE,BOOMS.

I' In their uncouth jargon, "great hap pi- carve out their fortunes by dint of hard t "Do you think sot" said the lawyer, their shipments in the markets of Kansas .

ness.11 David Livingstone tells us that work, remain complainingly at homo, A eves HEMEDT. raising his voice. "But the trouble is City, Chicago and St. Louts, by which I Forty-four in Overhauling the "

tho aboriginal Australians and the-hot. cursing the hour when they permittedtheir Bellows-"I all broke conscience I want to hong it where it will ring all transaction tho farmer will aura tho commission Executive Mansion. '
am up; my
tentots prefer tho intestines of animals which he usually tho middle
cupidity to get the better of their I the time pays I
and he adds that "it is curious that this tortures; my memory persecutes man.-Texas Labor Union. A count of tho rooms, private mil
it to
good judgment, for a reasoning: man "No trouble at all; hang your
1 how Ito I.
Ohl I if I could only forget can in tho White House establishes
public, ,
Is tho'
part which wild animals always would at once penetrate tho thin disguise itI"FeUow.unorrow? jaw."-ClicafIInald, .
begin: with and that it is the first choiceof that is thrown around tho well-known five dollars and The A'tlivHai Afltanu (Houston, Tex.) the fact that they! number fortyjfour-:
oui"lDen." Tho is The Louisana; Fanners' Alliance I all, including parlor, reception rooms,
hippopotamus an schemes that tho swindlers says
so successfully A COMICAL BllBOIl. bedrooms and accommodations t i
it next
other favorite meat of the Africans when promise day-Chatur expelled nine member, who were also library,
,
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execute.In A session of the House in June for the room for
nglbt help, or just ono every
catch it. Its flesh when Is mtmbtrs of this IrglsV.uri because they
; they young, Casa: .the sufferer is an aged Of
every incident. James tho American Union.
A cnOIC);:. gave rise to an amusing ,,, had voted in favor of the till State in these
tender and but it becomes lottery
y palatable, very man, generally a wealthy farmer or s not than half it doseD
'and ,with Waiter-"Will you gentlemen hovifour O'Donnell, of Jackson, Mich:, is a genial ThoFsrmcrs' Alliance means business, If apartments moro .
coarse unpleasant advancing leading business man in some small com and a good Republican. arc available for the uses of tho occupants
later I" Congressman it isn't and tbo future law-
coffee on politick,
years; The Abyssinians find the rhin munity, and in nearly every instance the now or Ho to remain in the House of the White House); and ever since Mrs..
now. was compelled makers well take notice and
will take it as not ,
Guest-"We right
oceroa much to their liking;, so they do method of swindling is identical, conclusive until About 10 o'clock he rosy Harrison became mUtrcs*'of tliu Executive t
"tho elephant;, which is also eaten in proof of the forgetfulness that old Waiter-"I was just going to say il adjournment.to the Hotel Hamilton to injure the people uncs! they want to Mansion she ha been: untiring in bet' ;
retired from
bo service. The col.
will haveto telephoned public
wanted it I
Sumatra. Dr. Livingstone speaks ofelephant's : you right away you efforts to make the portion the
private
for the and the
age brings on, press police send the he did
1 foot as excellent. "Wo had wait about half an hour."-Toot Sftinyi. \( a coupe up to Capitol, as ored Alliance are working In-perfect house comfortable as well tut habitable.
fail broadcast the
never to spread not expect to get away before midnight. harmony with the whltu Alliancrs, and I
in"
the foot cooked for breakfast and found After work' upstairs tho,
news of each job and to issue a warning Fifteen minutes afterward a page are helping to settle the race question by concluding her
it delicious. It is whitish mass, slightly taken in future bedroom, Mrs.1 Harrison turned attention y
against being by attempts. brought him a message received by the united effort along lines where nil can
and found tWill
FELtOW.Toraps kitchen
LUCKT to tho 'that
s gelatinous and sweet like marrow. A
Despite these precautions the bunco man Hamilton
It from the
long''' march to prevent bilousncss is tI''wise have been known to carry out several' (to Po-nps, with whom he was Hotel.telephone.It said come: agree., *** h; nlly fit tor occupancy, befog tlairip ;;

precaution after a feast on elcphant'i robberies within a hundred miles of each out tho night before)-"Ha, my boy,, and foul smelling Before laving for
"The coupe has run away: near the Among: other things the Labor Journal Capo May alma wan grntilled by thoiulvont,,
foot. Elephant's tongue and trunk are other, allowing about forty-eight hours get home all rlghU"Po'mps White House. (Ky) says: "Tho sub-treasury 1,11may\ of n )party of workmen, who (proceeded: totcur :*'
also good, and after long simmering much each crime. In this (gloomily)-"Yes, but my wifwouldn't
between
to elapse At midnight the House adjourned. bo faulty, but it embodies our plan of up tile kitchen floor And l other i>or-
'resemble the humps of a buffalo and the strange inattention to warnings the speak to me. O'Donnell made a slight search for a relief, and every true member of tho Or. lions of the bunt-input to make bo'esaaryimprovement

'tongue of an ox, but all the other meat thieves find their greatest security/ and Tomps (envIously-"Lucky) fellow;; coupe, found none, and walked a mil der from Maine to Texas, fromjFlnrida: to At that time walking on

tough: and from its pe\Juliarllavor onlyto the police encounter the object that mine did."-Chatter. and a half to the hotel lie arrived Washington, should contend for its enactment the floor of the White Homo kitchenwas

be eaten by a hungry man" The clcphants batHes them most to prevent their depre. there, dripping with perspiration. Approaching into law. If the individual very much liko twilling upon .a bed

eaten during the siege of Paris dations.-'Cincinnati Inquirer. IT WAS KOT A. HOBBY.Ponsonby the/ clerk he laid: member, \f any State, county or 1111>- of sponge, and a vigorous application[ of s'

wore said to be a great success, and the -"There's 'a man uptown "'I, there about this union is allowed to antagonize it, tho pick and shovel revealed the raise At
liver was pronounced finer than that of Novel Phase of Russian! Prison Life. who has at least 200 clocks of all kinds: establishment only one coupe national measure of relief formulated. the boso wero about two ffct\ of Mind

any goose! or duck. A curious phase of prison life is exhibited and description"Popinjay"That the clerk endorsed and sent forth by the National and over this a thin !layer of cement
!1"
re
do *
"What
The people of Zanzibar should stand by a medical correspondent of a ', a remarkable you mean Union, admitting it Impracticable, oven Next came a wooden floor,.nnd nailed! tt>
,.high for the comprehensive character of Moscow paper. It often happens that s plied. "The" man is up there waitingfor absurd, as some say, how can we upC'c".hould th's were at lead a dozen: cUll'creulytra)
hobby. ( you now. wo hit a plan that is practicable of oil-cloth. Tho floor of the kitchen
their cuisine. Among other delicacies respectable man is confined in prison foi _"Not much when upon '
,,are a..small monkey and a fruit-eating a few days for some slight offense. At Ponsonby that so he so "Why, you telephoned 'mo that.tho and free from absurdities, to secure has been entirely: renewed! in concrete
remember a jewelry.torn.Jewelers' 1
bat; :Locusts are relished by the Beds- times even an elder of a small com your keeps coupo had run away near tho White that unity of action so necessary to the and cement, covered with cream anti

win, of :Mesopotamia, and some other munity must submit to such a penalty Weekly, House." attainments of our alms and purposes." terra cotta tiling, placed: in 'alternate 'IimOKa1I" '
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"I did no such thing," the clerk re A tinted tile dado will
Eastern tribes; they are placed on stringsand for what the Russian law calls a neglect creamy
A' I.OSO TIME! COUC G. extend all around the lido walls to
eaten on journeys with bitter and of) duty. Such a person is retained in a sponded. I telephoned you: Farmer., now U tho time to use your a
"I wish to lee Miss Elder," said Mrs. "The is on the way' with a height of five and a half feet, t.nlevllQ
coupe
Unleavened bread. The Jews, who were large room together with a lot of obdurate Influence where It will benefit ;you.
card to tho door- York tho window scats will\ bo lad In the'.ame
Fanglc handing a white horse. -Neu Sun.
:
There time when the
prohibited eating many kinds of food criminals who are either awaiting never was a people colored material. Anotbergood
which our larger experience teaches arcs trial or sentenced to be put at hard laborin moid."She's. vcArrRBcUTEo rUILABTUEOrIST. had the leverage they now poises.! The effect of this overhauling lurk
engaged ma'am, replied tho AN balance of is in hands and if
:
palatable and wholesome, as well aa a fortress. When the" respectable power your been to show that tho recent war
soma that wo do not venture to touch, prIsoner comes among them they beginto girl.1 "I will detain you only a moment, you use it you are sure to win. A third of extermination waged against'rat* by '

were permitted to, have their fill of locusts press him for "a treat of good fellow- "Well now, I've been expecting that ma'am," said a greasy-looking tramp to party, If successful could not do more ferrett hiss been most successful, for there

The locust is an article of diet to ship." lie must send for a bottle of for some time. I must" go in nght away the lady who came to the door of a house fur you than you can do for yourselvesby it not a rodent to bo tOI1Dt\.wlthi" the a

this da/ but only of the very poor it Is brandy. If he is not as liberal as they and congratulate her. -Ritar, in a suburb the other day in answer to holding the balance of power whichis wall\ of the Executive Mansion. Horn
is
In The Tines
thrown into boiling water and eaten with want him to bo they harass and torment his ring. "I am tho inventor of a process now your possession. of these pent, after being forced to evacuate
in favor of movement that givespromise
'salt. To live on locusts and wild honey hIm. Should he make a threat to complain WOULD :NOT WAIT. for the deodorization of boiled cab- any it fav- the Wh
conveys a more accurate picture of extreme before tho authorities of their con. Book'' Agent-"I should like to 'meet bage." the of success of and therefore for the offices in the cuMcrn part of tbo cnclt ;

poverty and frugality to a traveler duct, they immediately decide upon per :your husband,madam, and show him this "A process for what1 she Inquired. irs the: men plan who are selecting the best fitted, rather .. lire, near the watchman's, boy, but they* *

in the East than to any ono else.. Locusts forming on him the "operation of cupping valuable work on-Heavens and earth I "For deodorizing tho nutritious, but than by organization of a people's I party wero quickly discovered> and killed by I,

however, are not always cooked; ," as they call it. The poor fellows Listen to that I There II a mad bull loose not ambrosial cabbage. The invention, before the farmers are strong enough to the attendants on the grounds. "Whilemgnaed

sometimes they are eaten fresh. Theyare I then stripped, stretched on a bench in the streetl! I-" madam, boa cost me much mental labor make it a success. Let us make no mistakes < in the room of Steward Phillip

said to have a strong vegetable taste, And held fast. Ilia mouth is stuffed with Lady of House-"Oh, not! That is my and I have expended hundreds of dollarsin in the beginning.-Th, Alliance .MeKim, which is immediately beneath

the flavor largely depending, as might be a rag so that his cries cannot be heard husband roaring about having to pay his perfecting it. I am not mistaken 1 Times (Ind,) the Blue Parlor of the main floor, it wasobserved
trlffo .
the
expected on the plants on which they outside. A spot on his breast is made dog tax Ho.will see you in a few moments think," ho continued sniffing the air in a *** and the that of celling'sagged a few people'a in this

have been feeding. Dr. Livingstone, wet, and one of his torme:1tol'll.rubs it and-" dispassionate, judicial kind of way, "in A Topcks Kan., dispatch of Wednesday LUtoric apartment presence would cause the: floorto
who -showed his common sense by not with his unshaven chin until the skin becomes Book Agent-"Good day I' -Mantfj/'t surmising that ;you are cooking cabbage says: On the arrival of the train bend In toward the centre, ttavtral

being fastiduous, considered them palatable red. Hereupon another one slaps Weekly 'in your kitchen at this moment' bearing Polk. Livingston, Wilson and timed last winter, during receptions at

,when'routed. hat: spot with his flat hand with all his "You are not<" Stone, delegates to the Topeka State Alliance the White House, this tendency wan noted

Some of the savage tribes of South might. A largo blister immediately appears A COOL mOCEEDlKO'. "I am seldom mistaken in the odoror' there was drawn up in line a company ia the luoI'arlor. and it was especially

America are accused of eating everything on tho wounded place This it "Please, will you give me a piece of cabbage. Now, as I was about to say, 1 of old veterans to welcome and the cue when crowd was In the centra ai

fthat by any possibility will support what they call setting a cup. Six or ice for my father, baa sick," said a little although this process of mine for the removal escort them to the hall. Ou the entrance of the apartment near the blue plash divans

human life. Uumboldt saw children eight such "caps" are sometimes set on girl to the driver of an ice cart the other or rather the prevention of the to the ball 000 delegate rose to greet in the rear of 'receiving party.

drag enormous centipedes from their the breast, the sides and tho back of day. peculiar fragrance given forth by the them, and three cheers were given fur Col. Ernst has had a stout beam placed

holes and crunch them between their the sufferer, so that he is unable to lie "Whit's your father sick of, sissy." cabbage in the process of cooking, has Georgia, her representatives and under the floor, and it U aupport(l by>> a
teeth but insects and their larvae In in I am not a Colonel Polk. Colonel Polk was substantial column In the centra of the:
; are down for several days. some asked the driver, as he broke a chunk coat me heavily yet monopo-
favorite foods in many parts of the world.In stances more serious injuries aro caused from a cake with_ l pick and gave it to list. I have no wish to deprive mankind lint introduced, and made a steward'!apartment and immediately u... +
ringing captivating speech of fifteen where President Cleveland
Indies he the benefit of tho discovery For a der the spot
the West a large caterl'ittar.found y4ho blows receives. the girl. of
r minute Before taking his seat be In- and Miss I Frances Folsom made husband
were
the tree is reckoned a he's sick of the heat plateful of that cabbage ma'am,
on palm "Please sir mere reduced Colonel the irrepressible
Livingston as and wife by the H! Byroa Bonder
why not let ask A South African Weapon.: she walked he said wiping his mouth softly with
great delicacy-and us she replied, as awsy.2fc.fcnCourier. Alliance leader of Oeorgla.Ivjogston land a trifle over four year* ago Koirthat
To our civilized taste however carrion I mentioned the assegai the weapon the back of his hand "J will impart to caught the crowd, and for the White House has. beta put la

and bad eggs seem foods which no human of the Jlstabeles, 'writes a correspond- you the secret whereby you can boil this twenty minutes held them'. Livingstonhen such good condition, it, begin9 look
being could relish. Not so-the eat of the New York Bun. The assegai :SO TAHITT AVOSO JiZJC. ustly celebrated vegetable all day, with." introduced Wilson and Dr. Btone. more home-like and comfortable. Arrangements

Chinese prefer stale to fresh eggs and is 1 a spear or javelin of different form, They were talking of the vanity of out filling your house with the odor. Both gentlemen made some happy hits are being perfected for placing

the Pariahs of Hindostan fight greedily size and weight according to the tribe women and one of tho few ladies present "I think not. I don't want your and were greeted with spplaunc. These an electric light plant la the f.as&,. '

with the dogs and jackals for putrid to': which it belongs; for all South undertook a defense. secret," representative men have, indeed had a meat, by which the entire mansion wilt

carrion. They would relish the rousette African natives used, or did use until "Of course," she continued, "I admit "Possibly, ma'am," be said, suggci- royal welcome. be lighted, and the wire will extend

'kind of bat plentiful in Java, which recently, the assegai as a weapon of decnce. hat: all women are vain. The men are tively, "you enjoy the fragrance." .** into the upper or main conservatory,

the natives value; but although its flesh It is made of iron, sometimes not. But, by the way" she suddenly "I do." The following are* some of the rcsoluilong which is used for promenading purpose

Is white, delicate and tender it; gene- with a straight and sometime* with a broke off, "the necktie of the handsomeat "Ah-urn!" he mused, "some person adopted at the last session of the in winter. For year past visitor* to the

rally smells strongly of musk. The barbed point, so that it cannot be drawn man in this room is up under his ear." do. It will surprise you, doubtless, to state Alliance of Georgia White House have been shocked by the

Nagus also eat raw meat. out of flesh. Some tribes poison the* She had worked it. Every man learn that I am passionately fond of it Resolved, That this, the Georgia State abominable condition of the sidewalk,, 0

Among the Greenlanders and the tIps of their assegais with an unknown put his hand to his nc&.-PkUadel.present myself. My experiments on deodorization Alliance: now assembled, do reaffirm our formed of broad slabs of grey.ton buS.wh.ch .

Esquimaux the seal is an important food, poison, so deadly as to cause tho death Timtt. have not been pursued from a selfish allegiance to our National Alliance plat.' are now crumbling and caving haon

,and in spite of being coarse and oily was of man or beast which it penetrates. Its pAfe motive," ho added with dignity "but form and do most earnestly and unqunlficdly account of the ravagftot time A_
Civil bill
item in the Sundry makes ac
.formerly eaten in England. The porpoise said that doctors find it impossible to with the idea of benefiting others. Per. demand that sit members of our ,
venT and
EU DJOSITT. to remedy this assonn
members of the appropriation
was also an English dish and its save the life of anyone who has been hap., madam, as it seems impossible for order who may become becomes available tins sidewalk
Tramp (refusing some bread);-"No leclnlatuie do not vote for as the money -
I liver is, when fried, still, we believe relished wounded with the poisoned assegais of us to put this matter on the basis of a Georgia any ia front of the White Hounewill be e
unless he
madam I cannot kiud'gffer.My United States senator
accept man as
sailors. Arctic have the Bushmen, The natives attain won. your business transaction, yon may see your
by explorers mado to conform to the granolithic paves
the State
I : knowledge of the laws of health or they subscribe to Georgia
i found the walrus very palatable, and it derful skill in throwing their assegais. to' draw tho line at that way clear to permitting me to teat that Alliance platform, to-wit meat which extend.froin the Capitol to
Is largely consumed by the Esquimaux. It I 11 said that the average native caa' bread.compel.ftYoung me cabbage to the extent' of half a plateful "fo a reduction of state and national the Treasury building, *
throw his assegai with almost perfect !" -
The Japanese, New Zealanders andwaters anyhow taxes
Matron Tho idea B
: Australians Guider the whale accuracy a distance of over fifty yards, Perhaps "I do not." "That our representatives In the THE T.
it Un't for
good enough Well what
and the and with 11 force sufficient to cause the you. 'Then have objections to my ,'
good eating, Esquimaux highly will the Lord High Duke like to have" you any national legislature shall advocate theawage -
approve of blubber and get through weapon to go through the body of a man, with remaining here a few moments and col > of such laws as will prevent specilation 1'.1.(10 BOD II. WBJCME; IJYCoLLIv60TaEi .
enormous quantities. The crocodile is It was the assegai that proved so deadly Tramp ( dignity)-"Madam. I joying the smell of that cabbage!" i and combines that seek to lliterI XXIBI7ED AT COICACOi
to the English troops during the Zulu may be a tramp, a loafer, a ;dead beat, If don't HI necessities and -
greedily devoured by the natives of certain "I have. you go away I fete with prices of prime
The are much more to be chicken thief scamp, or whatever you A committee from CUIcago fit the in-
districts of Africa. It eggs in war, assegais set the dog on you. >rod actions,
taste somewhat resemble hen's eggs, with eared than rifles in the hands of natives. will have it; but I would like you to The tough-looking caller put his greasy "To an abolition of the national terett of the World'e Fair"has TWtell

perhaps a smack of custard. It is the custom of natives to weep upon distinctly understand that I am no (or* hat en one aide of his bead and strode banking system, and the substitution of Washington county, Kyi;i and pucbnsc4.

To come tq our own country, wherewe aa enemy and suddenly ruth forth ia tip duke, prince or count. No ma"ml" town the steps with aa air of Insulted legal treasury notes in lira of the national of Henry Reed the log cabin hi whidlo

do not eat sauerkraut and blubber, great numbers and burl thousands of Epoch. I1Ajeaty bank notes, and la sufficient volume Ic Abraham Lincoln Ureq;sa a boy and.

birds nests and puppies, we shall never assegais, preserving one for a hand ic "When you see me again, madam," conjunction with gold and silver, to do where his father was married to Nancy
The u4
theleas find some odd foods. The hedgehog hand combat This was the cue Ia a I. :zzMAarAazn CASK or suuxitut he said, "14 all probability I shall be at be business of the country on a cash l&lacks.will be torn price down waw.1t.000 and erected oa, a

favorite dish In Barbary, and not horrible massacre of the English ia thewar. It is remarkable to what aa extent retaemc&t the head of a gigantic cabbage trust.- tads TUt the .ub-trt&IUIY UU of the Nae. prominent site at the,World's. 1'alr.
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rOSTOWlCE:
f'tll TTTtTSTrLtB fciRE
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EAST COAST AD70CATE. On the. inveetmeut. the Inducement t Mr.J.Iackall 18ei to be a very close one. of Titusvttle can order, mU81. -
4 THE t of talent of as high an OIStftAL DKLttEItTIt :
should deal
there is
building cause boom here this winter. !I comment among our citizens as to clans, our lit. Inor the dlntrlbutlon of malfl ana on t
A WMKtr otreAt t>r TEE wtyotTD IKI1IAS RITKK to '!'II.AXD DETE4OrEEaT Wife of the well-known million- the candidacy of Capt. W. B. Wat hospitable entertainers as Saturday from 8 to 9 tieninf.a.m.when; ,train or steamer bill

LANE WORTH axe'1OEL ouyrileedcate aire, and the leader of the American son for one of.our aldermen. It is tie burg.
AFTER this iasue { ., colony In London; will very possible someone will stand againsthim Those who are looking for. a Town Election, Oct. 6th, ;Is.

Avenue Editor will turn over the editing l f shortly go on a visit to the United before election, but at this home In Florida will findTitusvillea Town Registration books wirl
Office Wa Titusville, this page to one who is more com States. She does not intern this writing his opponents have found good point for business, and a THE until ten days before tin:

Indian River, Florida. petent to conduct it-Dr. Walter winter to occupy the house in Buck no one willing to serve on the pleasant home for their families nual election I. e., Iflfli Instant Th.t
have
to rrelntratimt,or who limn In UK R
8. Graham.IT ingham Gate, London which she Council. A great many of the Florid twelve month and In the eo

I'tiDLISJlED EVERY FRIDAY. has rented for wane years from friends" of Capt. C. F. Fischer havea -A MW prod been discoveredand limit registration of the by town our sit Town months(,'Clerk are ntltl

is to be hoped that the J., T. Lord Sudeley, tent will spend desire to see hUi upon the Board, is BOW being need by which oranges II J.J'.nl..lr

4 K. W Ry. will make enough Christmas at Wnshin ton. The but the Captain has not yet algal be picked green and colored rich

:entered, at the Tltnnrllle Tmitofflce M BecondCUwi money this season to provide Its winter season at the capital city of fied his willingness to accept. Dr. yellow may In foity-dght hours, the fruit retaining Notice of D 80tution.

Mall Matter.o employees here with n more com the United States when the President Wiley is also spoken of, but he all of its delicious flavor. Capt. 'T'HE partnership heretofore erin|

iI.....'". fortable station building. The and politicians of all classes don't seem to want the office. Kcrney and other gentlemen of Lake J.between Edward Stiling dap

TEEMS, Invariably In Advance, present one is hot And badly lighted are in residence for the session of Wlcr, are now wing the process, which A.Taylor Taylor, ban cntnpi4ing_the n <.llMwlTed linn of hronnrant IItlllt II] ,
and 'ventilated.. It should be the legislature. New Enteprises.After' are now Albert A. Taylor wltlidravfnr.
f 11y Check, roe I Order! or One and Two CentrOltage Is highly satisfactory. They Edward fitlllni will continue the tmMM;' ,]
r ttamp.. run Up another story where the shipping such fruit, for which they receive the old stand In his own name j will coM|| Jrmflpt
for all accounts due the
One Tear,....<...n......,.....'1.110 boys could get the air and day- Brick Blocks Jlgain. $4 per box.Importnnt'to. will Minme all liabilities. old nrn'1
BIX Months,......un.1.00 light.IT f remaining some three (Signed) Emu nn 8T1L1-.q
...... It would ALBERTA.1"Cocoa ,;,
standstill
Three Months.0: .110 years at a seem ,Fla., Oct.8th, 18JO.
Single Copy,.... .....,... lie that Titusville is to take on a new Orange rind Truck
Sent to any AddreM----I in U. 8.or Canada,Prepaid is understood that the delayin We learn from Dr.' Wiley that he growth. Growers. Blaster's Sale.

putting in the Y at this place is has in contemplation the erectionof Among the new enterprises aboutto Before placing your fall order for fertilizers *Under and by virtue of a decree

Editor.... WALTER GRAHAM.. duo to the fact that the railroadhas a brick block on the property be undertaken, we note the' extension write me postal for full information forclosnro and sale rendered by tliejaj

.3Aeoctate-Edltor&: Manager....C. H.W ALTOX. no iron and can't get trusted recently purchased by him from of the city wharf, on :Main AS to how I cpn furnish you the of the Circuit Court of tho Seventh
the Catholic Church Broad Mme formula you have been, or contemplate ctal Circuit of Florida, sitting In
for any. We hear, however, that on street ; the erection of an electric chantAt
to$10
using at a saving of from $5 chambers, for the county of fire..
Before his <
street.
the has borrowed enough completing and in connection
We An not hold onrselTC responsible for the company light plant, per ton. Sworn guaranteed analysis as dated tho 2nd day of August, A.D.!I'']
Bplnlnns of our correnpondenU lint we claim money in Savannah to pay up its plans, however, he desires to know with this, the laying of water I to source of the Ingredients/ and per cent in a certain cause wherein Amon i iPitts
the right to reject any communication. employees and build new locomotives whether Broad street" is street,or mains with hydrants, to afford fire :, used with every formula. Is complainant and Alfred U. TR

Commnnlcatlonii for publication mint be written etc. The financial stringency the private property of the J., T. & protection to our business,houses ; CHAB. C. CONVERSE, ford and Jessie D. Tratfonl et al are i
plainly on one side of the paper only, and K. W. Railway. It 9-2t Brantlcy, Fla. fondants, I will soil at public outcry!
should, In every cane, t>e accompanied l>y the has been due to the desire of the seems to us the grading and grubbing up of front of the Court House door of Tih
writer's name and .artdrew not necenMrlly for present management to get throughthe that this question might as well be our principal business streets ; 'the
publication but ai a guarantee of good faith. YUle, Brevnrd county, Florida, on t
summer without calling on the settled now as any other time, unless putting of the sidewalks in good C. J. HECTOR, first Monday in October, during the
New York office for funds.- it is to be settled by the Stat repair. The cutting down and removing gal hours of sale, for cash, to the hit
ADVERTISING BATES ute of Ll 1tations. the scrub from the vacant Dealer in General cst bidder, the following described i

t lots in the of the 1\ erohand1selUclbourllc estate, to-wit: ,
FIB: YEAR. WILL those who built-up part A tract of land shown on tho map <_

One Inch.......................'10.00 do not receive Correspondents reply or notice An Interesting Contest town is also desirable from 'the im. Fin. RobbinA & Graham's addition to- Tit;
Twolnch......................:.1800 a any proved appearance it will give the ville as lot twenty-eight, sold lot ha'a
Three Inch,...............!....., SO! .00 of their communication in the town and as a sanitary measure, frontage of sixty: feet on Maine stn,_
Four Inch................,...... 2500/ ADVOCATE kindly remember that it : and also to prevent the spread. of Hats Shoes Clothing Dry Goods and running back a depth of eight|
Five Inch or Quarter. Col.,...... 30,00 is not for want of courtesy but for Has taken place in a north Lon fires the the residences eight feet; said map of Robbing A: GrJham's
scrub
Half Calamn.................... MOO want of ? We like to please don Collegiate school for girls between through to Just Arrived. Splendid Goods. addition is now on record In til
Whole Column,..:...........:..100.00 space two factions which have been of our citizens. Mr. Rollinsis Clerk's office of Brevard: county, >or i t
all but it is utterly impossible to greatly" Improving Mr. Young'spurchase OILS PAINTS, HARDWARE, LEAD, much of above described property
For Bin: Month, divide the yearly rate by two find room for the insertion of actively divided on the question of will be sufficient to satisfy said dec
end' of
the north
at town. GRAIN
DRUGS GROCERIES
*4nd add 10 per cent. ,
everything we receive, In consequence corset wearing. Arguments and and costs of sale. Purchasers to ,
The street passing Messrs. Turner Of all kinds and in fact full line of '
a
For Three Month, divide the yearly rate by of this want of and discussions simply added fuel to ; for titles.
tour,and add 20 per cent. space and Ruraph's residences has everything. Call and examine. 11 J. P. TCRXKR,
time as well, we should like our the flame, and it was finally decided
local Advertisements, Ten Cents rer LlneEach been extended" north to the 'river, Special Master. |
Inl8 lon. correspondents to confine their to settle the discussion by an and at its end a fine, 8-room houseis THE TRAVELERS ROBIUXS & GRAHAM,
half-a-column athletic contest concisting of Solicitors for Complainant.
a
communications to ,
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Newt1'
:Paid Heading Matter, not In "Local going up for our popular steam ,
Columns,Five Cents Per Line Each In ertlon. if possible, so that we, may be able high leap, a tug-of-war and a foot boat man:-Cnpt. Brock. Mr. This sale Is postponed until Mom)

Legal Advertisements at Legal Rates. to insert little things that some race. Advices to hand this week Rollins informs us that it is in Jacksonville, Florida. tIle fourth day of Noven\beri A. D. 1St!
times have to be omitted owing to from London state that there were the same: being the first Monday in tlj
contemplation to extend the street
All tho above rate are for one edition per
receiving such long articles. sixteen competitors entered the month.
week. i that runs the Grand View Hotel
past
The and Cedar
Travelers comer Bay
contest-eight of whom were laced J. P, Tl'BNElt,
EF Billi collected: monthly. north to the river, digging a streets! Jacksonville, Fla. A new brick oft: Special Mastet.
into whalebone and
girdles eight 30ft. canal along one side of it hotel, nearest to all railroad stations and
Check etc.,may be made payable to "Graham The Coming! Steamers. wore simple blouses. It is need ; steamboat landings. Especially adaptedto
& this would enable boats to come
Wglton"f .less to state ,that the non-corset up transient business. Elegantly fur. Proclamation
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Merchants and all others to whom we are faction victors their into tho city, and it strikes us that nixhed rooms, single or en mitt." Tableas BY Tire MAYOR TOWN TimVILi.E
were easily or TIIK OF
tndebted will oblige ns by presenting their bill. W. of the end of the canal would be a good ns the best 'l'hlsllOtcl was built, FLOEIDA.NOTICE .
The steamer J. Sweeney all rivals :STATE OF
'the lit of every month for prompt settlement. champion distancing by desirable" location for u lumber furnished. operated RJ a $:.00 a day

the E. C. T. Co. will leave Jackson making a leap of twelve feet. very house; rates are now reduced to C2.00 a (Is hereby given that the tl
--- ville to-morrow the 25th, arrivingat and brick yurd. day, w halo tho service Is better than over. election of the officers of thJ
Address all communications to Smyrna on Monday. She is The ice factory has found, at Breakfast from 0 to 0; lunch from llflOto town of Titusvillc, will be held at tkl:
Titusvill", a splendid field. It has 2:30; dinner from 5:30 to 7:10. This court house on the 27th day of Octolicl
EAST COAST ADVOCATE, expected to bo followd by the Se. A Round House Wanted. never been able to make enoughice Is the only hotel in Jacksonville lIel'vlngre A. D. 1800, the same being tho fourth
bastian. The steamer' Sebastian ular meals at these hours. All otli- Monday in the month,'to elect one mal
.'...0.Ilex,223. TITUIVILLE.FLORIDA. has been handsomely fitted 'up al to supply' more than tho local ersare at least one hour later. Use the or, one marshal and collector of taxal
demand, while orders have been ono clerk and treasurer, and one asses l
=: Jacksonville and will no doubt b e Travelers omnibus, tho tickets save 23;
to the numberless tourists It I if to be hoped that Titusvillc received from many points in FlorIda rents on each person each way. I or of taxes, the fore plng officers to hol'j'
a delight office for the term of each acc:
one |
may be compensated the removal and even Georgia. year ;
who will patronize her this, also to elect three aldermen to hold offia
Burton K. Barrs
winter. of the dry dock, by: the erect. There is a field at Titusville for for two years next succeeding their tie I Itlon.
ion of a round house here. It is a ninny new industries, and those 10 Proprietor I
railroad maxim that "what is saved seeking business openings woulddo By direction of the Town Council tixj

The Titusville Park. on the road turns up in the well to investigate here. For av question of whether the running at larpl!
.. shops." A three four stall hi t:1f1 of hones and mules at night shall b.|
or
example, a canning company, to d prohibited said town, shall Ixsubmit-1,
round house wouldhe n great" protection can the products of our riveritsfish '" :II --A ted to the people, and notice is' herein I
The Council seems" "to have en- to the engines and would oysters and turtle, etc.; a can. Q-' 0 g.r!'' g.C' _. given that said question shall befdecided!
tlrely forgotten the Town Park on maintain at least ono more mechanic ning factory for fruits (which cau c> 0 .a at said elccllun. Those in favor of prohibiting -
Main Street. This beautiful piece "I M: :: the running at large of horse*I
here with his family. A be obtained here suchas >
t 8 very cheap ) fj and Iliihlting
Y H"g' mules at night shall vote "For pro
of property was offered the townon iron turn-table could bo Q !
a ,. good put pineapples, guavas, oranges, ;. ; c:::> horses and mules running: II
condition that it underbrushand in for the cost of the proposed Y etc. A planing and moulding mill II -: large at nt l1t." Those opposed tb prohibiting
fence it, put in seats, swings, We hope the railroad will put would find this a suitable location. ;: <:::> : such running at Urge: sbaU vote

+ \' + etc, and make it generally attractiveAS something here a little niore permanent A paper mill, to manufacture the '\I b"OQhi "Against prohibiting horses'and multi
from running at large at nights. Stephen
a place of resort for our citi than its present structures, higher grade of paper out of the .Q.. u r i: '- Geiger, Henry Egger:: and Jl
zens. The donors expected to be unless forsooth, it designs to fol. palmetto, and a cordage factory, .IJ r 1 0 Itogersare hereby, appointed Judges
r/ compensated for the gift of this low its dry dock shortly, to Eau to use the fibre of the cecil hemp O [ g U) "" i said election, and J. T. San.lera clcrtl
valuable property by the enhanc. Gallic. would it Is thought be o .. fO thereof. Polls to be open from 0 tDL;
unusually -
=. = "::' rllH to 4 m. Given under hand nod!
p.
balance ....
For Senator: ment in value of the of Q III my
profitable. A furniture factoryto < ty .... ". Jn seal thin 24th day of September, A.. Dl
G + '
their holdings. The town; has never fI '. '
make articles of this class suit. .----- 18)10.)
'ILK CALL THE PEOPLE'S FRIEND. complied with the conditions 'of Another Word to Our Read able for the southern climate out of Ox''gpN vu 7-5t EEXJ. R. WILSON, Mayor.

the gift, and may loose tho proper. era. our natural woods and fibre plants, fj. .c.o: -O C"'O l
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DEMOCRATIC TICKET ty unless steps are taken to jut also canes, umbrella sticks, etc. ;; "::! ; &
the place in order. A sugar refinery, now that the government nn o' E=: p '- Eau Gallic l beat Market
One of the most pleasant duties is t-I u >a !T Jf
to pay a bounty on n
that have fallen to our lot is onethat' I. 0 rJM ,
For Comptroller of State: The Kangaroo.. sugar, would also pay, and plentyof -
now devolves upon. us-namely "
rlrl
WILLIAM D. BLOXIIAM. the material would be grown -
All kinds of fresh Meat!
to thank readers
our many along the river, if there was a mar v ;;z ; C -
SINCE the almost utter extinction and Buporters for their expressions ket for it at Titusville. ob1o -
and
For Justice of the Court of approval and for their good Ij g ,, Vegetables '
Supremo : of the buffalo from the.western Coming to business that requires ,
:MILTON II. :MABRY: plains, there is no big game to be wishes for the success of the AD. less capital than the above, a black & f'0) '= Ice, etc., for t5tilo.
< .
VOCATI. One Jady writing from rl ::I ..
found there. Inconsequence of smith could find a good opening.We .
For Representative-First District: this, several wealthy sportsmenare Hallstead, Pa., this week says. regret to hear that Mr.I<;acott O. .g '- FAMILY ORDERS SOLICITED AM)

bTETtlEN R. :MALLORY.For considering the advisability of "Dear Sirs-I am In receipt of your is not to remain here, and the GO 00: PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.,
Vr ,
thanks for sending It. I
importing kangaroos from the like paper.it very Many much Indeed. I laW by It opening for a tin-shop appears 0 g -+ O. J. YOTTKTC30 -
Representative-Second District: British colony of Australia to the that you were having fine' weather on very good ; a good house Joiner '\I po c1'1 .:":) ,
ROBERT BULLOCK. plains out west. This, no doubt, Indian River (88 degrees). I long to get and cabinet maker could doubtless Manager.
back to the 'Land of Sunshine and How- : ...
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would be an excellent move for find employment ; a manufactory
but will be uncertain about
COUNTY TICKET.For some of our down river subscribers era returning, it this winter. Yours truly my, of jewelry and Florida curios, will, uN EMOt -'

who have hunted the kangarooIn R. D .," we learn, ,shortly be opened, and T?

State Representative: Australia, say it is a most exci- The ladies especially, seem un. will find a good field ; and so on

II. F. ATKINSON.For ting chase after one, for their animous in saying nko things through the list of trades.

bounds and leaps are something about_ our paper. Some of our With competition in transpor_

extraordinary, and it requires a fair correspondents are good tation, which will begin next

Clerk Circuit Court; fleet horse to keep up with them. enough to offer suggestions, the i month, Titusville has a good

A. A. STEWART. adoption of which they think chance to establish a wholesale RAcmEwrs.;
---- business and become in fact the
Brick Buildings Needed. would tend to improve the ADVOCATE ,
For Sheriff: and we need hardly say that distributing point of the river;

.J. E. BOWMAN., these will be most carefully con while steamboat transportationwith

----, Various plans have been consid. sidered, and in some cases probably the upper river will bring the

For Collector of Taxes: red by the ADVOCATE for moving make use of, for we like to trade of the Hlllsboro section to HI

E. W. HALL. its office in case of tire. A scheme please our lady readers ; especially our stores.
for fitting up greased ways under those who are so good as to send We are no longer without good
S ""* C the building, by which it could be the ADVOCATE plants and flowers. hotels ; and the former dullness of

For Tax Assessor: launched across the street like a the place has been relieved by the

W. R. SANDERS. ship, has been considered ; but the'devil" recent opening of billiard parlors
---- "' insists that the best plan ito The Election. antI saloons. The religious wantsof LOGLUMBERYARD erIYTRUCRS* I

For Treasurer; dig a hole under the office, and the people are ministered to by SPBING.WAGQJ 5iRS.IY4ES. II It 6tttitrns I

s. U. RAY let it down with counter weights devout and eloquent pastors, and 6c t

In case of fire in the block. After The registered vote of Titusville we have among us, organized societies PATENT c

For County Solicitor: the fire it could "bob up serenely'rom is about 165 of which 48 are color. of Methodists, Baptists, T LADIES CHAISE.: !'

J. T. SANDERS. below." We shall bob up serenely ed. It all who are registered vote, Presbyterians, Catholics and Episcopalians h

however, in any event, but It will take '83 to elect their man. with their Sunday .SHAISBFtglsy'I j

TunE Is not a vacant house in 1\.e do wish that some philanthro- As we are given understand that schools and guilds. The childrenare

Titusville, and the crowd has past, with his "weather-eye open" the 48 colored votes are expectedto provided with a public school \44< FI5HBR9SWAG9HGSRACJNE.WS. .
hardly begun to come. With for a good investment, would buildus go solid for Tom Smith, the contest which is the pride of the place ; tWr

house rents yielding 20$ to 30$ a brick office over the "l1arshaI hlp" prom. while socially. few towns the size .




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TITUSVILLE, FLA.; :::

F. OBUDGKE; Titusville, Fla. ;
R. RASSON'
Manager pd declstCorrespondence. .
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In case of errors. groupers from (0 V) to lOlbs., snappers INDIAN RIVER STEAMBOATCOMPANY rot'c 8i0J1l\1 Ct\l'd I Nauxnan's 4 J

I am reluctant to draw Mr. Stew-nit's From 10 to 28lbs., and one Jew fish of 57Ibs.

name further into our controversy, but ., the total weight of tIle 13 fish being -TL.. GAULDEN,
find it necessary'to show how those re-
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We do not hold ourW"(* rc*(>on lile Jar quiring abstracts are at the mercy of 17 lb*. Who can beat it. Newspaper

the opinion of our corrftpondeiitt.Mr. this company. During his late canvass ATTORNEV-AT-L.VW,
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he publicly stated he could not furnisha Jupiter.The TITt"SVII.I.K, FL.t. Subscription Agency. *
correct abstract from his books. How DEPARTIRB A AlllttVAt OF tlTEA (EU .
J. F. Wootcn lias Some. then can he make; the above certificate? JAS. T. SANDERS, .
If the county clerk cannot furnlsn an Steamers leave Tltusvllle\ daily, except fA .THE PIONEER AGENCY. '

1 tiling to Say. abstract from his books, how could an I [ ADVOCATE Job printing department Sunday at 5:l0 a. m arrh tug Melbourneat TTORSEY-A TI.A W, -

outsider look up titles? Mr. Stewart I Is well fitted: up for all kinds of 1 p. m. Returning leave Melbourne at Wilt practice 'In nil tile Court of the Seventh For terms and sample copies address aC11AS.
also publicly stated that he was under job work. Send In your orders.) Judicial Mrcnlt: of Kliirliln.
ROCKLEDQK, FLA., Oct. HUt, 1800. some solemn promise' or obligation not Neal and 1 p.m., aiding at Tituaitllo about 7 I' a. ii ix,233. Trn8Vit.i.K, 'loA. II. NAUMAN.TrrtsviLUc P. O.,
Mr. Sam contemplate
to make out any Abstracts, and if elected family' p. m. Money to Loan. I Brcx-ard county, Fla. 1 ,
Enat Coast Adrocatt: to Crescent _
again would not furnish an abstractto moving City.
Leave Melbourne Wednesdayand
Mondays,
attention has just been called to a any ix>rson. Misses Norma and Ella Carlin will OKOROR M. Roenlxh' WAITER 011.11.)1.ItOnBL'iS J. M. Sanders
My Fridays at 1 p. m. arriving at Jupiter O1U1IAM, Cow '
length publication in your Issue of the Now, Mr. Editor, as we are in a tight leave in a few days for school, the for- "
at
8
next Returning
a. m. moinlhg. n
Srd Inst. from the Brevard Abstract of place and can't get out until we have Dealers In '
,
to Point and the latter to,St. \,,
mer City
Title Coy in which I, along with others, cither a new set of books or a new clerk, leave Jupiter Tuesdays, Thursdays and ATTOUNEYS-A T.f.A W,

am accused of making "oUnduroua statements and oa the present autocratic abstractors Augustine.Blue Saturdays at 12: noon, arriving at Mel- TiTt'svii.t.K, Brovanl Co.:, Florida. DRY GOODS NOTIONS

about the company." thivatcn to close their Looks If any com- fish and pompano are showingup bourne at 7 a. m. next morning.The I'.o. itox,mo. .
for the plaints are made, let me whisper in your delight Will Jirnctloe 'In all tlieronntlciinf tl.Seventh CROCKERY .
J had hoped I waft through now, much to the sportsman's ,
ear to try and keep them good: : natured St. Luclo loaves Titusvlllo about ([lrrnlt and' In the S.preure'ourt. Rpctlnlfa* I
present with the county clerk contest until we find a remedy. If you would 030:: Monday mornings calling at Rock- IMtled for Kxainlnlnir: and Perfecting 1.andTitles. SADDLERY,
but I .
The issue was disappointing, cheerfully fell in with the decision of publish a few more letters compliment- There are several new residences goingup ledge and Melbourne on the direct run ants and Hclrt' to Spanish innitn. STATIONERY,
wig them on their mannerof doing business at Juno and tow n' lots are In de- Money to Loan. 1TAR. FAMILY MEDICINES ,
at ,
the county Democracy as expressed her ,
it might flatter them to the public to Jupiter;on return trip, Saturdays,
our.primaries, and am now for Stewart I benefit. mand. she comes light/ through to TltusUllo, GARDEN SEEDS.CIiOlCIOUOCEIlI1S o- r
the field. We crackers will fight
our Against best, but afterward endeavor to ac-' I forgot to tell you that another remedy The Jupiter academy opened on the arriving here about 7 a. m. Sunday.W. M. D. L. DODSOX, /tCgES +

fcept defeat or victory ash the case may: for our abstract ,lil! culty' has been 13th, and Prof. Hanlln will teach the / HAT, CORN, RAPES' FERTILIZERS,
proposed, viz: That the, county commissioners B. W ATtlO Supt. FINE PATENT F.LOUR.Ooooct .
.be, with the best grace, possible, and young idea how to shoot.
,leave northerners to keep "wating the should buy up their books SPECIALIST IN OPERATIVE, SUROI For1.Cln.
,; at far above their actual worth. I, for Wild cats are quite numerous and have ,
.bloody shirt. one, do not; advocate that remedy.I been very destructive with some of the GEO. ALTREE, 'C.\L.t; MECHANICAL DI'iTISTm.1TlTlT8'ILLE
The Brevard Abstract of Title Co. can "
scarcely deny that they \\cro engaged !lu : hope I may t\; not on11 bo have called into time this to neighbors' chickens. They select day BROKER AND COMMISSION AGENT, FLORIDA. HODGSON BROS."r
the recent contest agalnttjne; but should difficulty: no light to make their raids on the roosts
to these little controversies
do I admit that: they were give newspaper Titiisvillo, Fla.
they so may and In friend Miller has lost
; but being accused of slander I felt consequence RUE P ELY,
only "camp followcm"-after the spoil it my duty to put myself right before old Black, the grandma of the roost. Agent for Pianos and Organs; Florida LA
In the heat 8f the contest a candidate the public, as also the Brevard Abstractof Bilckand Lime; New Process Gasoline JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 1'7TU DIST General Merchants
may not always .weigh well the words Stove that cannot explode. ,
Title Co. Notary PiiMlo for the BUM at Large.
used to his meaning.J still I do Will at all times handle every dlscrlpt- .
convey
Respectfully, Contractor and Itullder or over 30 years' nil() Eau
'snot remember anything that requires to JCPITKK, FLA., ion of New and Second Hand Funiitiuo. rtcnuo. NaturalF'IniehaSpecialty.( ] Gallie, I la.,
J. F. WOOTEN.
be taken back. If said the AbstractCo. Thursday Oct. 23rd 1800. In fact will get anything to supply the MEUIUURNG, FLA.
had "rubbed" Reams and others, I I wants of the People. !, INDIAN RIVER, FLA.

meant to give the word the same meanIng THE SWEENEY SEBASTIAN. [Special to .ldeoeate.. .] Tra< Soiled Stocks Disposed of. PLAIN SEWING, NEEDLEWORK AND Groceries
as ,when often used in the dally J>a- Will sell on Commission by private treaty Fancy Fruits, Choice Teas, '

; person regard'to the Sugar:; Trust and Juno lots have gone up to high-water or Public Auction, anything you wantto EMBROIDERY. Coffees,, Spices, Food Products, etc

: other monopolies that openly grind the mark, with eager takers, The boom l leon turn Into money. ANNIE SIMMONS offers herervlce DRY GOODS. "

public. In a Few Days the Indian Hirer Will Ripple and money in sight. Cash advanced on Goods for abso- MRS. In the above lino to the -
, Abstracts of titles .lla'o' become a ne"cesslty lute sale.HODGES. Ladles of Titusvlllo. Prices moderate,
With New Steamer. Steam
or Sail Boats for Charter the
The steam C. W Ward at by
yacht |je
( ,when real estate Is to bo sold: or Prompt attention. '
mortgaged, and generally must be had The steamer J. ;,,\ Sweeney was towed anchor In harbor. It Mill proceed to Intin, Main' 'Street near Ire Factory. 9 Day, Week orMonth.J .

-atixny price. The fact of giving the over to the South Jacksonville marine Tampa as soon as the weather clearsup. & GODFREY "

public notioe of exotbitant: charges can railway last night,by tho tug R. L. Ma- "VV'1.111.nnJ.: : ITT'utoh; w. :Rogers,
not make them reasonable or save the Manufacture of
boy 'fuesd7'11,,',-m'on. She Dl'u. .I1U\n. DEALER
pocket of tile poor man requiring:; an ab- Rii.vs The Beach Land Company has been IN CLOTlJl G,
done at reasonable rates. Attends
Hauling
stract. In the "good old tLneswhen will be hauled: but and her hull cleaned, Yellow Pine Lumber i
organized by New York Capitalists witha all departing, and meets all arilv Gents Furnishing Goods Shoes Hats
"the Knights of the Hood" held way which 11 complete tho,thorough overhauling ,
capital of $30,000. Articles, of Incorporation tog! trains.
over their selected territory the fact was w Lich has put her into first-class nOt'Olt JIREllllltJI. Orders left with G. B. Rumph or at< Caps Umbrellas, TrnnksiYallses t
also the fact recorded in the clerk'soffice ,
known were .
JIB was .
publicly Orange Ito Ili>Ril ,
ADVOCATE office will receive
PaddUon to
;
shape. Captain expects get prompt
that If people did not give them an opportunity yesterday. Chauncey M, Depewand rnlt A Vegetable Crate FINE CIGARS, Etc
.they would not be robbed. away,for the Indian liver on Saturday, Lumber ilcllTcred any Bart; of Indian River attention. The only house In town,making alp,,-
F. W. Vanderbilt tho Interested
are -
of much benefit to trav- tho among on throiiL'h bill of laillnit. Anyone oiiiiteiniiUlInff .- of U Icnta.
Neither fact was and will commence running in service parties LnII..I1ng on the Fast Coat, wnulil iln. well to A. Frosohor, clalty Furnishing Goods. i
elers until the government stepped in. of the East Coast Transportation write fur I'rl' o.*. The Hxwmlll'In .Itll.'." on theJ. TITUSYILLE FLA. Drop In and examine my stock,., and .
The government (whether local, Mate The Democratic party of Dade coun- .,T. & K. W. Uy.,V tittles south of 1-nlatta.' compare prices Cash customer .
next week the Halifax command
has abuses company on .. Keeps a full supply of Metallic and
or Natloual.of the- present held convention at Juno AgentsaCocoa, : Silling| Kail Gnllln, KugeneIlnliieril. : every consideration
ty a yesterday Wooden competitor
river day line. Guto.plSatsuma )
worthy of Jw attention. claim to
confer. .
,My being a director of the Erevan! Tho Sweeney in now a handsome look which makes convention No. 2. The lllghts, I'utnnii co., l ll\. Collins, Cases mid C /lkets. Call when convenient' First i'J.II door

County State Bank: was no reason why ing steamer, ,and w ill make a first-class following ticket was nominated: For Funerals attended If desired. All or- south of ADVOOATR office:
the Abstract Company should take a reprctiontatlve: J. W. Ewen; treasurer: dora promptly executed, and at reason ',
,fling at'our bank in passing. The charging day boat, as she has unusual deck room, John Grant; collector: Joseph Jennings; EDEN able rates. Embalming done. 2
of btwlncsH' fore and aft. Jler saloon: elegantly carpeted -
referred to annone my DIXON
&
assessor: Mr. Earnest; clerk: J. P. McKenna GIIAY
but would bo attended to by our cashier, and finished, In very breezy, and 2P. J. TT-/VT.T.=., e
knows that his ; sheriff: F. W. Church; judge: Dealer In '
The Abstract Company
fore and lift on Lange covered deck
charging Beams more for his abstract opens Major E. J. Glass; Supt. public Instruction CONTRACTOR & BUILDER Drugs Chemicals
than it COlt would lw dishonorable and promena
dishonest;, a,. well I aj impossible! owingto of tho best know steamboat men in the success of the Democrats, and will\ TitUHvillo, Fla.Estimates' .. Articles, Fine Scaps, Stationery ":
their marking the price oil abstractsJn state, and he will make the new boat a furnished
probably result in a Republican victory. on application JEWELRY _
and therefore the ,
plain figures;
success from the st.u't.Lying Correspondence and patronage solicited
should not have made any such insinuations. It is a fight to the death, and whichever PLANTATION. teen SPECTACLES ASEWING
at the next dock is another big faction is successful will be recognizedin MACHINES :

As to their claim that their chargesare stern-wheel steamer of a rival line, tho the future as the proper, Democratic 1x. 'D. Thrn1o11, Guns, Pistols, sewing Machine and 1i

reasonable, I will only say that they St. Sebastian of the Indian River Steam- organization. The various precincts T. ID. Et.1.ohnrds Machinery Helll lr Clock .,/,
'
mid
charge for some of their entries exactly BRICKLAYER & PLASTERER Jewelry a Specialty
boat She Is the handsomest ;
twelve times the amount charged elsewhere stern-wheeller company.ever seen in Florida waters are divided, and tho result is hard to Eden, Indian River, Florida. {g School 'Books and School Supplies I.:).

and do none of their work for foretell. Fla. Subscriptions taken at publisher' prices (p>;;
leas than double the usual rates. An- and is pleasing departure in this TitUHvillo for Newspapers, Books, Magazines etc. ....

other claim they mate is that the Income class of craft. While lying here she has KNOX the Painter; Work contracted for on any part of Prescriptions carefully compounded ftt '%
Fort Pierce. .
from making abstracts is less than the been overhauled and painted from her Indian River. 8 any time, day or night ,'* 1 ,t

'expenditure; "that they have never re- keel up, every inch of her. Her inside I Will do any and ALL KINDS of PAINT.
I 4
alized a dollar from It. Al1tonlshlnllWhere -
do all the dollars go? Two items woodwork has all been varnished, {Special to the Advocate.) ING, such as House and Sign Work Jno. McAllister, Drugs; ',"

go to make up the cost of an abstract, oiled or painted, as the case demanded, FORT PIERCE,'FLA., Graining In Distemper or 011 r'

viz:' The abstract book and the time of the stattroojis repainted, and her out- Colors; Paper Hanging or .+, Contractor for Patent Medicines '
the clerk making the transfer to abstract. Thursday, Oct. 23rd 1890. ,
side and upper works glisten like the Stencil Work, Antiqueand "
The first item should be capital stock,
and the latter, expense; but, probably famed white wings. Her carpets, bed- Mrs and Mrs. Tyler are expected soon. Mosaic Gloss Artesian Wells, Elegant Perfumery and Toilet Articles ,

owing to lack, of capital the company ding, etc., have been taken up, beaten Another ball on the programme fat I btaln. \

t charge both to expense; even then if it and cleaned and the St. Sebastian shines Friday night at the now store. Special attention to Natural. Wood s-i. ,. Kan Gallic, Flo.pd Kept constantly on hand atJ"
baa not paid, the clerk must get a fat Finish. i
salary. But again, the writer states: like a new dollar. Mr. Lagow killed a big,rattler In his All articles of Furniture made to lookas moT B.
Screv&n'sDIIUG
"It pays to keep up the books for our Captain Brock hopes to leave for the yard a few days ago. well as new. Estimates and work t

own private use." Hence if the clerk Indian river on Saturday in company with Mrs. Jas. Olmstead l is very 111 at her done anywhere on Indian River. M. DOBSON & COMPY STOllK.
,
pockets all the fees for an abstract the Office on the ladder, TITUSVILLE:, FLA.W. .
the Sweeney. She will be hauled out in mother's residence, Mrs. E. Carlton.Mr .
income 'should still equal the expendi K. KNOX. 1
tures. He further tatell that It does the company's dry dock at Eau Uallie. Rood, our S. S. superintendent, Wilmington, N. C., cab Also etc.tho latest! Newspapers, Perlodl- I4

not pay to write abstracts, as to do so The Sebastian's wheel has been lightened is recovering! from rather a severe illness. FOR 2

they have to drop work which pays five so that she draws three inches less Make a Specialty of
, times as well As a clerk could make Mr. Sams, our school superintendent,

$10 per hour writing abstracts at their water. paid a flying visit to Fort Drum and Wines & Spirits Indian River I
rates, TitusvUle will soon own a million- The steamer St. Sebastian is expectedto Fort Pierce. Florida Oranges.

alre, or, rather, perhaps be owned byone leave Jacksonville to-day (Friday).
who before he has got that length, Mr. Burnett of the West Coast paid a Consignments solicited. Satisfaction a

eems already to have taken up the cry flying visit to our little town. lie was :Beers State Bank
Guaranteed and Returns I
of "the public be d-d. well pleased with the looks of the place. Prompt

Let draw attention to their Palm Beach. Made. 0-2 mo ,
me your James Bell found quite a large panther CIGARS ETC.
claim, that they have BO connection with Titusville Florida.
Mr. Stewart-that "we have never asked floating up the river. It is supposed 1 tINCOIIPOBATED .
or'received any favor at that gentleman'shands that it was killed at the old fort, OF THE FINEST QUALITY, W. N. HENDRY
(Our job outfit Is complete and new. UXDEH: THB LAWS OF
which we could not demand or and floated up. 00 TO ?
which would not be cheerfully granted The ADVOCATE office will be glad to 'receive Dealer In TUB; STATE or Fw:tzoA. '

by any person who might be called by a share of your patronage.) Mr. T. Bass" accompanied by his son, Lesley & llcnnkor. Authorized Capital. .. .... .. "$100,000'I'aldup tit O
the people to act as clerk," and ask your left here for Titusviiie List Sunday, to General Merchandise '
Capital . . . ,
weather i is and fair all at $25OOQ-
. readers to carefully reid in connection TIle rainy buy lumber to build a house on his Families Supplied, -

therewith the following certificate which the same time.-No society new, but homestead in the Narrows. A General Hanking Bula... TnutaacUtl, .
appear on their abstracts: some prominent arrivals and departures; Florida Hotel lied Hook and DRY GOODS -
The phosphate hunters Mr. Len Carlton JAMES '
"I, A. A. Stewart clerk of the Circuit among the first may be mentioned Mr. State Guide. NOTIONS, PiiiTciiAnD President; ,
and Mr. C. Houston returned afteran W. D. UABXETT '
Court la and for the said connty and Beach of Melbourne, and Mr. Laubach, The moat complete, thorough and : ; Vice-Presldentt
State aforesaid hereby certify that the absence of three days from Fort handsomely gotten up publication ever STATIONERY, W. M. BBQWIT, CoA lel". .
foregoing is S correct Abstract of Title' Jr., of Hypoluxo, who arrived on the Drum loaded: down with rocks of all sizes. attempted for the State.: I Directors; James: Prltchard, W. B,

to those Und therein mentioned as 18th; and of the latter,Miss Susie Brown, This work is now being compiled\ and Chojce Groceries, Barnett, J. H. Durkee W. 8. Graham \

shown by the records of Brevard county: who left for Cocoa on the 20th.-The is entirely out of the line of publications and W M Brown .. '

and I further certify that I have made a Palm Beach-IIypoluxo Brass Band met Mrs. Reynolds returned home last Issued heretofore and tWuilng to be MI3IH ri .\. 6 Every Favor Cua.lUnl with Co.U" ,
careful examination of said records and Monday night, after spending several guides. The bulk of matter never pub- tsaakJa..114.....

find no judgement, tax sales Heps mortgage on last Saturday evening and made some mouths at her old home, _In East Hartford mbed before. 800 pages, convenient T. "'OV" S3VCIT3ZT: Corresnondnnts t Seaboard National
or other incumbrances of record new rules; they resolved not to break size, small clear type Morocco binding Bank, New York; Nation*!. Bank of
against the same, except as shown above. the Sabbath, by playing nothing but Conn. Mn Reynold's face Is published annually, and the only work Drayman Jacksonville. !

Witness my hand and seal of office, at Gospel hymns (which they can't play), beaming with smiles giving a complete lUt of hotels, lines of Will attend to all kind of Hauling,

THusvtUe. This-day of-A. D. and members 11 for going fishing Mrs. W. XL Bawer leaves ns soon for travel pontomces, industries, counties promptly cheaply and expeditiousWill !/.
18- fining and officers, State! officer> and court THE ADVOCATE :
A A. STKWABT: Clerk." during meeting hours, which sum will St. Lucle where her husband will be State military divisions, companies anJotJic4rs. deliver baggage for passenger.arrhing .

I draw attention tn this certificate to be used to buy tobacco and drinks for engaged in erecting a residence for churches societies school and or departing on train or steam '

'test the veracity of the writer, as I presume the members.-More fish! Will McCor- Senator Quay. Greatly will the loss bo institutions of every klJ. Ready for boats. Job Printing Department ,t.
It 1 benefit to the purchaser of deplored her friend In thU delivery October 1, 190. Orders received
a Cormlck,, Dr. Hinkson and Capt. A. E. by many mail 6)0! Can be found at the Railway Statloa
now. Price by poet paid.
abstract when the furnishing -
(
an are not responsible company to have the Knowles of the yacht Prude went out vicinity. ,Address "Hotel Ked Book and State or at my residence In South Tltiuvilla. IsRfadjlodoYonrWork

bondsmen of a public official held liable in a skit on the ocean, and caught EUm BIT. Guide," box 2C2, St. Aujuatlno, Fla.E U. S. Mall Carrier. 6 5 4

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-!'i,1g,WELL WE CANNOT,SBBrtTlwn "AuntMary thlnlrt there's 'bO'plAce Corwin Mtsg,\Faulkner said, wfete-dty. BATTLE'WOUND'S.DOW \ placed the regitnellt had been wound l1 ,1ft tM I first
like, Norwood," said Mini, Faulkner, "Yf. Farrington. Why notl 1 live found that I of IheJl. 011 the see' ) for mirrors was : taata:
another life is added is ." there) ten leg b1 A piece by Venetian artiste in 1670.
brightly. "It, p ratty } I've lived there nineteen years and ban stuck my (London
To the heaving, turbid of maw doing; "Not .0 very" said DIck. three month*,,Mr. Corwin." IT FKEL.9 TO BB LAID LOW cad occasion a As Minle before, I didn't know I A Single orange tree In Florida has
When breath ,
Stains another creation's tarlll bed glut 9 VV HcT blue sash blew into his lap, andho "In Farringtont" said poor Dick, nY'oufisnoT < did not know what to do'about it. dazedly. where .
sister said stomach
'My from of
were
weak ADd you, the pit my rear.
men the kit cry piteous, "But it is,'.' said Miss Faulkner. "Are the city." : lug sensation about the ball boo organized was New York,
Heralds long-enduring pain, '' Cold Lead Preferred to CoWer Steel. and concluded that I The first city
,
there many young people "Hardly. Farrington has only ten a great relief 1652 she received her charter
It was in
And soul from non-exittenc bt dy. when
a p-Revertly Wounded Tcdpto Some- into >
"Not said Dick. thousand my
very many, inhabitants know said gonG in
you it was: my Amersterdam. ,
that
Springs that ne'er can die again; He wished Carrie and Jim would help Miss Faulkner. "Is that the reason timea!Uncondclon of It-Hour when I found u New
you wholesale
When the mother1 passionate welcome; ': Fear Affect Some t A buyer'for III New York
1.'olk'.J thumb.
him but fathoms in ;
out afraid
they were deep were of me, Mr. Corwin fwm
forth in the House $50,000 by hi
tears In
Sorrow-like, berets a low-toned dialogue. Sho lowered her mischievous Colonel Herbert, house is laid to earn *
tho M
And a tire's self gratnlatlonj'rophedes ';l think I should know," said :Miss "That and a few other things eyes.," said Alabama, stopped four bullets, left arm skill in forecasting the dry goods market. '

of future years, Faulkner, whispering and smiling "that Dick. Talk! It would be hard to I have talked with twenty wounded one at short range; rendering his U Native, in the Soudan are obliged Jo-

It U well we cannot 1M / your sistet was engaged, even if I didn't.know talking now. "She said, you see, stop that members of tho Senate and House as to useless. "It felt," ho says, "just with a9 remain in the water most of the time, in
What the end will be. the sensation which results from being shoulder had been scored relief from the intense
it. somebody else had said,, that you were my ball was order to secure
When the boy upon the threshold "It's plain enough," said Dick.If awfully rich and high-and-mighty and shot in battle, says a writer in the Wash caustic; in fact I believe the
home she not rich had been to ington Pott. I find that a great many still hot when interrupted its flight" teat.Among of mcdiaml
Of bit all comprising were so stylish, so Europe twice, and- Well, M. C., ol .the nobility
'l'ntullde the arm maternal hadn't been abroad so freqncntly And if it had all been true I needn't have behaved received wounds without being( con.aclaus General William C. Gates, times ladies took their "constitutional"
shot men ,
That unlocks him ere he roam; if he were net haunted by that queer like a numbskull. Bat I'm bash. of a hurt at the time. The degree Alabama, was ono of the worst livedto In carriage called whirlicotes; the mother

When the canvas of his veowl notion of having seen her before 1 ful naturally Miss Faulkner;aul I was ] of pain experienced by those who who served on either side and wounded yet of Richard II. 10 took her ride

Flatters to the favoring golo- "If I didn't bring my book along about rattled out of my wits. Tbat'i are conscious of a wound depends muchon tell the tale. Ho was severely abroad.

Yean of solitary exile she ejaculated, thumping her hitherto the truth of it, Miss Faulkner." what part of the body is struck, and six: times, and left his right arm in front artificial tankIn

Hid behind the tunny sailr : forgotten pamphlet. "A silly little She threw up both hands and her pretty much on the temperament and sensibility of Richmond after having taken part In The largest reservoir or tank of DbeUr
first shot world i. the great ,
'When: his pulse beat with ardor I thing I was reading in a hammock-a round chin. of the person injured. twenty-seven battles. Ho was the
And his tinews stretch for toll, jf regular hammock novel-'Molly's Lov "I almost believe/ somebody has been "The severest pain I ever experiencedin in the right arm. then in his right leg, twenty miles southeast of of Udaipur, mIndia.

And a hundred bold einpriiee re en.' Molly has six franlio lovers so making fun of me," she rowed.I I battle," said Senator Cockrell, who then in the left hip, then completely It covers an area twenty-one

Lure him to that Eastern soil. ,, I far, and Tea expecting a seventh every "Europe We went to the Thousand: was wounded three times "was caused through the right thigh and hip, then in square miles.
It U well we cannot see minute." Islands once; but we had to economize by a bullet that did not hit me at all. I the head, then in the right arm. When, In India, up till within: the past few
,
What the end shall be. Why couldn't he think of .something rather to do that. Father has a hard was riding at the head of my regiment ho got this last and most dangerous: clip years, the devoted wife ascended the

funny to rejoin He should think of ware Store, and not such a very prosper when it passed under my chin with a he was trying to hold Hancock: left in I funeral pyre of her dead husband and
When the altar of religion I devilish whistle and a slash like a saber- the same flame. that
bridal I| the right thing later he knew. ous one, either. There! Am I candid check. incinerated by
Greet.expectant pair, He flicked the hone and thought of enough; for rout Are you afraid of me stroke. It stung mo like a red-hot iron "General" I said, "how does it feelto reduced her loved one to ashes.

,And the TOW that sacred lasts till dying saying something about the length of her now I"Whnt and I thought it bad cut my throat but be wounded?" A wonderful tree is the camanba tree,

Vibrates on the air; visit, but that brought to mind the im. was the matter with the hand on putting up my hand it only caught a "When a Minio ball strikes you at a that in Brazil. Every part 'of it,
grows
When man'ayllh protestations posing glories to which she would re some, blithe girl She was smiling lot of whiskers that bad been' cut oil. short distance, as the ball did which took from its roots to its leaves, is put to
Doubt. of after defy
change ,
Comforting the frailer spirit turn. Rich, stylish, traveled and Dick brightly, but her dark eyes were almost There was no blood and no harm. I ol: my arm, you feel a stunning shock, some good use, and altogether it furnishes .

Round his servitor for had never been farther than Farringtonin misty. Dick did not know then, but a was shot through the arm and through very much as if a man had struck you food, light lumber, fences and
aye; his honest, healthy life! time came when he did. He had felt the both legs in the same battle, breaking: with a brickbat. After that youfeelthe medic e for the Brazilians.

| When, beneath love's silver ,moonbeams-- ; But he mastered courage for a desperate power of her delicate beauty, her brightness the bones, but none of these clips hurt pain-sharp, stinging, cutting:, as if a duck In the Chinese
,Many rock in shadows sleep i half as much as the bullet that did nothit'me. thousand knives were lacerating every There are more
final effort.
her sweetness and there
was an In
Undiscovered till possessionjhows j In fact, while my right leg be. coals were consumingyour Empire, says an authority. than all
before ho said and red-hot
"Haven ; I seen you answering thrill in her own heart. nerve
of the of it. They are kept
the danger deep, I came suddenly bsnumbcd, I did not suspect vitals. Then follows a sickening the world outside '
rather "I nut afraid of Dick said
bluntly. am
It Is well we cannot tee you, the Celestials on every farm, on the
half hour that
till afterward
I an a of blood by
loss
tho ,
caused
said sensation by
"Met I Where Miss Faulkner. gently. "And I know now where I saw ,
of
streets
What the end shall be. < roads on
and ,
"That's what I don't know," be said you before. It was in Farrington, a long;; bullet had gone through my left leg, too. and, if you are fortunate, you lose consciousness public privato all the lakes ponds, rlv-
,
Whatsoever is beginning The boys discovered it when they were and forget your pain. cities, and on
lamely. "But I thought-why-some while ago but I have never forgotten you in the
'I brooks country.
That is wrought by human skill; how-Idon't know; I, can't explain it, you, Miss F ." carrying me off. It had not pained me After I lost my arm n secondary hemorrhage era, streams and:

Every daring emanationOf Maybe I never have" And he looked down, to her, and she in the least." I didn't know it was set in. I lost so much blood thatI A. queer rid woman at Albany, N.

the mind' ambitions will; 'I Ho expected no reply to that stammering dropped her conscious eyes to her lap. touched. was speechless. The doctors thoughtI Y., recently changed her mind ,about

Every first impulse of passion, attempt, and got none. Mine And it did not occur to them to drive Senator Handerson was severely was going to die, and I believed so, making a bank deposit bocause'the tel.

Qtuih of love or twinge of hats; Faulkner tat quiet, as though discouraged back till Jim Gardner and Carrie'came in wounded several times. "How much it too. There was n consultation of five or ler wouldn't promise to return to' her

Every launch upon the water and exhausted at lost. And Dick- sight down the road. hurts depends on where you are hit," he six physicians, and they discussed what the identical coin which she ,intended

,Wide horlioaed by our fate; '. poor Dick He wished that he was Dick's shyness was not wholly eradi said. "I was on horseback when. I was was beet'to be done. A certain operation depositing. She had made a list of the

Every venture in the chances somewhere-anywhere else; that ho knew cated. It was five long months afterward struck at Lovejoy's Station and for Some was proposed by one of the surgeons and dates so that there "would be no mis-

Of life's tad, oft desperate came, : enough to say boo to goose; that he had that he came home from Farring minutes it felt as if a charge of red-hot objected to by the others as being too take." '

Whatsoever be our motive .''iii ... never been ,born. ton and told his sister that he had left a coals had been shot into me-for it struck dangerous but the one answered that I The origin of the word "chum" is being -

Whatsoever be our aim, .F t. What must she think of him That ring there, and on Maggy Faulkner' the vital center, the spine. Presently'I wt s bound to dio any way, so that it considered: with some interest in
It is well we cannot see ag he was a tongue-tied, rural gawk I IRe hand. began to feel benumbed in my extremities made but little difference what they at philological circles. The word origi

What the end shall be. ]_ cast an affrigtcd glance at her, sitting "We liked each other from tho very and the men carried me off on their tempted. They imagined I could not nally was "chamber-fellow," from the

""1, demure and lovely. He was almostin first," he said, simply. "Only that story guns. But one of my men had a finger undentand what was said, but I did.and custom of calling students who shared

MISS FAULZNES love with her, ho knew that. In love or youn came near settling things; tho shot off and didn't know it. Ho was ly my mental faculties were so keen that sleeping rooms together at college 'cham

with her! Well his misery was strangely horse ran away ia the nick of,time." ing in his tent pointing up at somethingwhen my whole life came up before me like a ber-fellows." This was shortened into

complete. Half an hour ago he had "It wasn't mine, Dick," said Carrie. a comrade sold: 'Look at your flash." "chum."
XT EMMA A. OZTKIl. _______
J been phlegmatically serene Now.t (She and Jim had been married in Sep finger Joe-wbat'l the matter the fashion oi i
Dick:was prepared for a dull morning: i "Lookl". Carrie cried, miraculously tember.) "It was Sally Decker that Hello I 1'suddenly exclaimed the late Greatest of i Copper During all ages strange thu human ear

Driving your sister is not the most exciting : rousing herself "Wild roses I Jim, go said it, you know, and she always mini owner of that member, 'somebody must President Agossiz, of tho Calumet and has mutilating been and practiced adorning, and his been in

occupation imaginable, 'and when and get some this instant. Dick too. things up. It was your own fault if you have shot it off!I"' Hecla Mining Company, has made the world. It has
all over the especially
that sister and her betrothed occupy the You want some, don't you, Miss Faulkner believed it; I didn't."Saturday Xijht. In reply to a question Senator blander- statement that, in his opinion, the mineof vogue favor the
enjoyed great among
back scat and are totally absorbed In !" ion said: "Manifestations of extreme b
which he is the chief officer can < .
each otherthe situation i it, almost dreary. "Oh ." Miss Faulkner cried and fear in battle were not comnion. I think of Orientals and by Persians and Babylonians
in existence for
yes continued a priod
the
of Letters.
The Effect Two
and Carthagcnians,
Lydians
Dick was feeling gloomy. tho soldier feels that he ,
generally
took tho lines from Dick. personally at annual ol!
an production
If Jim Gardner and Carrie I She was a little old woman in black is forty yean jarring was worn as commonly by men at -
wero a pretty "You shall have all I can get," he in the charmed zone of safety about double its present output. At the ,
picturo or 'devoted happiness, Dick murmured anxiously. with the least bit of white ruch'lngabouther -that his body is where bullets do not end of that time it may be assumed that by womea.

was ho less pleasing as a sample of Jim followed him, and Carrie followed neck-just such a creature asittakci come, but that if he were to move much the supply of ore upon which it depends Shakespeare who Is considered rathei
,sturdy young manhood-sturdy and yet to bring one down to the real thought oi either way he would get into danger. I will have been exhausted. Looked al wonderful than learned, had a vocabulary

shy. Jim."I know they'll overlook that prettiest humanityout of the hurly burly of everyday never could get rid of that notion." from the present standpoint, it may seem of 15.000 words; Milton had one ol

Dick was a bashful fellow; but he was spray-just for a minute, Miss Faulkner," existence to the little sorrow and "How does it feLl to be shot asked that an output of double tho present bout 8000 words. The average learned

co :handsome and blue-eyed and fair- abe said. little rays of sunshine that go "to make Colonel Stone, M. 0., of Kentucky,who volume would be fair and ample average nan boa a vocabulary considerably

haired and sunburned, that his modestywas It was for more than a minute. The up life as it is. Everybody noticed hei goes about with one leg and two crutches. of the probable future production; but smaller than Milton's. The average-

Only an added charm. bone gave a sudden plunge, though as she came in the car. Her.sweet old "I don't know. I was on Morgan's raid, when one takes into account tee enormous man who is not learned: can, get along

"Drive into Jin. Ransom', Dick," eighteen years old and soberness itself, face didn't have many wrinkles in itand and in tho fight of June 11, atCynthiana, increase that has been made in the with 2000 or 4000 and the man who-

said Carrie' "Mother wants mo to get but clung now and then to the frisky tho passengers wondered if she wasn't I got my hit. I didn't feel tho stroke use of and the probable extensionof doesn't du much of anything can, get
I copper
her Spiced-picklo receipt." :I habits of early youth.A the prettiest girl: in her crowd when she and didn't know I was hit, but I knew that increase, duo Hot only to the along with about 1003 words. '

Something blue and white was visible white paper was driven under the was young. that my walking machinery was out of growth in population, but Senator Hawley possesses, in h nd.,
'a; a' hammock in Mr.Ransom's. rear sorrel nose by the wind and the fright. The little old lady had two letters in gear. All Ifelt was a slight twitch of tion of new electrical tbfintroduc'l, soma binding George Wellington. own
,yard. her hand! and after Ibo had given the the bullet at trouser leg such as a cat
ened animal gavo a snort and galloped my the estimate made by President Agossii :opy of the statutes of the first Congress,
'Oh," Carrie murmured, "it's Mrs. down the read at ferocious speed. conductor her nickel she opined: one ol! might make with a playful claw to remind of what the future yield of his mine will which met in NW York in 1739. The-

Hansom's niece, a Miss Faulkner from There was. turn not far away, and them, at tho same time adjusting a pail me she was there. But I could be seems a low one. book is printed by Francis Childs and

,the dty-some city. Bally Decker was Dick had not recovered his breath, be. of steel-rimmed spectacles to her nose. not stand on my leg, and its feeling was Wo are inclined to believe that unless John Swaine of Phi1delphllprinters..

'telling about her. She says she's awfully fore he saw the lost flicker of Miss Faulk.ner' As she read the letter a smile gathered suddenly deadened. I felt the loss of its great changes: occur tho Calumet and to the United States. It has a large,

rich and stylish; says she's been here blue dress in a cloud of dust. The all over her face and then broke into i support, and tried to brace myself with heels mine in the year 1900 will be found handsome page, but the paper has
before but she never dared call her. laughing chuckle that everybody in the Then I knew I must fall andI
on old horse flew round the corner. my gun. producing three or four times as much changed color with curious irregularity
She lays she's been to Europe twice, and "She'll bo killed!t., Carrie shrieked, car noticed. Another smile came, then twisted and fell up hill. I lay on the copper as in tho year 1890. This will in tho hundred yean of its existence.

-well, that she's too stylish for any. while Jim stood petrified. a laugh and more smiles, and the letter field all day and all,night. of course cut down the possible life ol The "harvest moon" is so called from
thing."Carrie ended, hurriedly.Jim into the road and was finished. The little old woman was "Did you ever dodge Colonel the .
But Dick: swung ran tho mine, assuming correctness 01. the fact that in the early autumn days-
gave a derisive laugh but Dick or rushed. He had not beell'aware that the happiest person on tho car and she "Yes; I never failed to dodge, but I President Agosslz'a estimates and thus, when grain and fruit are being taken
tat painfully blushing. To be forced to seemed to want to something to some it did no good. You cannot ;
,such powers of tpeed lay in him. He suppose although large returns will be paid in the from the fields there is scarcely any'darkness
encounter such A creature! He preferred body. As she put away the tint letter see any sort of missile, and you can not interval, we should say that in thenty- between the clos8'.

being swallowed by an earthquake. tore.Of coune she would be killedthrownand and began opening the other one she hear the spit of a bullet when it is coining flvo years from this time there would be ot day and intervening tho beginning of night. The:
Cordial Mr.. Ransom cameout at sightof killed-or fearfully injured at best turned to a lady sitting by her and saldi but only when it is going." little lifo left in this great mining
( very rises and brilliant.
moon early a
the buggy frail behind insane "That letter is from Johnny my boy, It isn't the luck of every man who has gives ft.
A
girl a temporarily
'" ome here, Maggy" she called."My old horse I He should find her lying I mean. He's been gone a long time been three times successfully made a tar. property.The Calumet and Hecla has paid $34,. light, by means of .which the barveste the-/:;
work until late at night to secure
niece, Miss F.ulknerIt Corwin Mr. lifeless somewhere-that ho was sure of. now, and every Saturday I get a lettei get and the fourth time slashed with a 500,000 in vidends.-Ih6ton Herald.
The harvest been.
?!Cor win and Jim Gardner. I've heard But where! lie had turned the corner from him. lie never forgets his old sword to come out with his body as crops. moon has long .
favorite theme with the
you,were engaged to a Jim Gardner from but he could 'as yet seo nothing. mother, John doesn't, and some day he sound as the day ho entered the service. Weather Rules In Rhyme. t poets.
Mecklinville Carrie and I that'stheyoung will come back to see me, You doa'i( That's tho luck experienced by the lIon. .
,
suppose How far he out of breath with an .
ran, Captain Jacob Swaim, of the Red Star .
man." didn't know the comfort of such a son, young James Laird, of Nebraska, 'who, bcsidn The Source of Sleeping Can. ,
ache in his side, and gasping, ho let
Steamship Company's tug Argus
,
'Ie ended in a good general laugh. But know. lady." having the usual number of arms and considerable store in the following George M. Pullman, tho Chicago mill, .

Dick was too bewildered to laugh. For It was nearly a mile. Small wonder The second letter was taken from the legs possessed by other mortals, has for of the weather as indicatedby prognostications tonnaire, Is a native: of Albion in thi.

there was added to his awe the element that when ho did make out something: envelope and tho little old woman begat years been accounted physically ono of tho barometer State, and began practical life there as ,a

beat calculated,to reduce a shy young ahead of him at last, things were swimming reading. In a moment she started and the most powerful men in the House. At When lisa begins: after low, house carpenter and joiner. In that capacity -"

than to ''the'' depths of misery-admiration before his eyes, .and his head was then jumped to her feet, staring wildly Gaines's Mill June 21, 1862, !Ir.Laird, Squalls expect and clear blow, he moved various houses and
!,, hot and buzzing. at the sheet she had in her hands. a private soldier was shot through the Long foretold-Ions last, evinced much skill and judgment in the

Miss Faulkner wore ,omeairy summer The object was not a buggy. It was a "No, no 1" she screamed. "No, it ii right lung; at Gettysburg ho received t First rise after low
path in which blue predominated-blue -and not a recumbent person, not so-it can't be so." flesh wounds in the head and right leg Foretells stronger blow; cago, and when the grade of the streets-

stripes, a blue felt hat, blue lacings in person either. It was a woman on her The little old woman:eeled, and a big, at Laurel Hill, Va., May 'B, 1864 in a When the glass fall low, were changed there he obtained a con.

her blouse. She wa black-haired, dark. feet hurrying toward young him. It was :Miss burly home going laborer caught her in band-to-hand encounter duriog: a night Prepare for a blow; tract for elevating: buildings and made

eyed pink-cheeked, and the possessor ofa Faulkner. his arms. She was taken from the car, attack, a Confederate saber cut an ugly When Let all it rlal6l kites high.fly a :great deal of money thereby. About

deep dimple. "Mr. Cot win," she called out, breathlessly accompanied by a number of the passengers : gash in his light leg, and at Hatchers First the your rain and then the win 1. this time he began to work out in his

"You must come with us for a drive, -"oh, did you think I was killed! and lifted to a drug store. When : Hun, Va., February C, 18G5, his horse Topsail iheeUanj has before nund: mind a plan ho had conceived of, for
laid down af the I shot under him and he shot in But when the wind's tha raiD
Hiss Faulkner, said Carrie, promptly. How absurd it was! Nothing but anewspaper. she was finally one passengers was was sleeping cars on railway trains; giving it
: the
.. "Go put his ear close to her heart, the right foot. The wont wound of Hpiit topjiila up again. months of
on, Maggy, said Mrs. Ransom. But how tho hone went! When win! comes before rain, thought, and conscious that,
r Dick stepped down, and Miss Faulkner How you look I You've run all the way and then rising shook his head. the series was that received at Gaines's Soon you will make tail again: if carried out fully, it would be enormously -
,, with laughing word of deprecation How could !'* The little old woman had died. In Mill, when a ball from a smoothbore When rain comes before wind, 'profitable. At last a car with
you one of her hands a letter was clasped and musket plowed its way through his Halyards, theJttaa'1 bras mini berths
stepped then Dick drove was constructed and of
up on. She had dropped down on the grass, Mackerel skies and mares' tall put on one
"Forgot the! pickle receipt! Carrie and she pulled him down beside her in, in the other she clutched a rumpled right lung. "It's lucky," he said to me, Make tall ships carry low sails.b .' the roads; It was called the Pioneer,WillUrJ
cried.. her excitement."I sheet. The bit of paper was taken by "that it was a smooth-bore and not a A rainbow in tho morning heavy and clumsy and not favorably -

If Dick could have laughed with them I believe you've nearly killed yourself one of the passengers, who read aloud xc rifle ball, else it would have torn me all rainbow Is the tailor's warning; regarded at first by the public. The-
But he could not. His. mood almost the others: to pieces. As it was, when the ball entered at night reporters the
was daily
she cried. "What did you do that It the shepherd's! del:(ght newspapers were
solemn. He was not only stiff with em. for Take off your hat and loosen your "Dear M.dam-It is with pain: that we my body it felt very much as if I When the nut pets in a clear liberally supplied with passes, and the
disclose to sad. news concerning you was on fire, and at the points where the Easterly win4
barrassmont, but he was startled. collar an't'Ou' ,You're purple ;you you Bead not fear. new invention was in so
consequence
,
Had he ever seen her before Where "I'm, all right!" Dick panted. It's son. As he was returning to-the mining ball entered and emerged the pain was written up that it soon attracted attention

It might have been in some angelic I thought I should find you lying camp from the postofflce last night his awful. I started ahead with the regiment Advantage cf Knowing How to Carre. and soon began to be liberally pat-

/vision. you.dead somewhere. I saw. hat back hone threw him against a rock and he again, but I was soon choking from Carving is a most Important art in ronized. Improvements in the sleeping

t ,Miss Faulkner was charming as she there." your never spoke again. He died this mora- internal hemorrhage and had to give it boy'g education. From the time ho it care were steadily introduced until the

turned to him, with a faint blush, for the "That came off, of course'' said Miss log"-Pttlfbury D pate.\ up." old enough or large enough; to wield a present form of Pullman has been evolved.
oddity of the situation. Faulkner.) "Which is wone.to buhotouabredl"' carving knife and folk he should be al Nobody now thinks that he can dispensewith

'! rather unconventional to come She was half pouting."Didn't Slsty-two Cold Waves Per Tear. asked. lowed to grace the paternal seat, al this adjunct to travel; and the income

like this," she declared to Dick. Jim you think I had a bit Of nerve A very interesting paper read yesterday "A ball wound as a general thing. I tunes, even if fc u disastrous to the tur therefrom is immense. It has put

and Carrie had settled back to a duet. to let myself be killed just by a frightened afternoon in the Physics section was don't think men feared cold steel as much key; to the table to the diningroomand millions into Pullman's pune-he is re*

"But I do love to drive" I horse The idea! I just sat still and by Professor T. Russell of the Signal as they did lead, although they had a the lives of the rest of thefaauly. uidto bet worth from $30,000,000,to
fc .,Yon do!" said Dick. I the "Prediction horror of a knife or any weapon which It is better that be should struggle wit e-toOOOOOO-and
held the lines with all my might, and let Offlce Washington, on each ;year his grins increase. %
*' He meant it to sound genial, but be i him go till he got tired. I knew he'd of Cold Waves from Signal Service; would make a jagged wound. the family: turkey where he is expected .-.Y'M Tert Com-malAiHrl

knew it sounded stiff. I stop some time. He's up there under Weather Maps." When the fall of tem dpi "Did you ever experience any fear! to disgrace himself, than to disgrace i s

"1 think the roads about here are beautiful that big maple. See him I tied him perature in twenty-four hours is twentydegrees "I cant say. that I did, because to turkey, an elegant appointed table, dee- Cost of Firing a Bit Gnu.- '

,"said Miss Faulkner "But the to the fence, and camo back to meet you.I or more, and coven an area of at use a commercial expression, I had discounted orated walls, dinner dresses, and the According to a calculation made by
names call them I i miles and the temperature my life in advance when I entered commit suicide, or want to, at a dinner
you I've heard of the thought you'd bo-worrieJ, said Miss least 50,000 square ttuEcommittt &11,. the cost of firing a
Crabb hoed and the low as the service but every time I faced party where he is unexpectedly called
tho Old Cider-mill Faulkner, demurely. in area goes as 110-ton gun is, in round numbers;$832,
:Boad." it is called cold wave. the music it produced certain constrained upon to supply the place of an absent
"But you're plucky Dick cried, his thirty-six: degrees, a divided u follows: 990 pounds of
""And the JOSIah IlIackley Road,"Dick i heart thumping a little less furiously. In the past ten yean there have been 621 physical effect. There was a ho t. Xo well-bred man can refuse. II der, esso;1980 pounds projeetilet4JJ pow.;
to add. States. The tightening of the muscles and a contraction he consents there is no danger of diver-
managed in United
"Why, not so awfully" said Muss cold waves the aUk for cartridge fl7total 1)333. But
*'l should think you'd .C$U this the Faulkner, turning her clear eyes upon greatest cold wave was that of January17,1SS3 of the heart, something like the lily of opinion la the minds of those this Is not an. The 110-ton, it.p-

11Ick- \ t,RoidJ1 sba said, scanning its him rather impatiently "Anj thing else when the area included was sensation a man experiences when" he around the table ai to what constitute pears. can be fired but ninety-five gun, times
takes in cold
The cold waves a plunge very water. early advantage*.-CUcap I rald.
winding length. would have been stupid, you know. And 1,101,000 square miles. and after that becomes incapable of being
of Iowa
|p Dick laughed If only the blood had why shouldn't I know something about always occur in an area covered by a low Representative Anderson DIed, and reouires : Nowthecost
wounded twice and certain to repairs.
ant gone tingling into his face the next and I drive all i barometric on the precedingday was was not According a recent report of the of
honest We have one, pressure Austrian the .piece being $83,400;',it is
of it either time. 1 felt hurt the first Minister of
minute| It was the sudden recollection over Farriagton every day. or to the southeast of ft region covered Agriculture, there necessary to estimate at
time, but didn't know where I was are now 49U Government the cost of wear
that Miss Faulkner had been twice to "Farringtonl"saI4 D'ck, blankly. I by an area of high barometric pruntraInUaa hone-breedbg about esGS for each
shot thus raising
wounded he s&is. "and I rode on and uiabluhmenU ia Austria. ,
.Furop which made it'r.. *% "Doa't co back to mxwosvUablea. Mr. seem the cost of each
: chug to *1700.L '
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( !10 }>\ natural heated and 'When it chabgeacolor Thus who saw touch of Abraham Lincoln recipes, and hope other ladies 'Will I frequently happens a whole family becomeennVcted .
form. Any at' frying-pan, rturlng the later ;years of hlsllfo,were greatly follow in line. We h have some other ex with the disease some member feme1
dwarf of a tree is unnat.' put in a chopped'onton, try it a finnremed with the expression of profound cellcnt'' contracted' elmwhere. It ta obvIously lbMcreil
brown melancholy his face recipes from this lady, but give I dntjrof anyone who suffer* from btotxt
of taste, horticultu pale take it out with A skimmer always wore In repoec.
rti
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as they seasonable. sftitem Impnrltjrj
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kindly nsturo. These strong charno- Ann.unl 1'rCt\t.1t. Dr. HuU'p SArmparlllo the only perfectly sate
tho removed hot. Remove the seeds from a
unless,
blackening tops green Jwistics lnfln.meedvery happily as proved', and complete blood purifier! in the worm.' 1M
blight It a hedge. Th \natural pepper, chop and fry that also, skim Stout his entire poUUoal career. They would not Cut cabbage In quarters, if Urge, In Tines U exclusively. ils OWllr and no otbe
pIes It Is not seen In a crowded and keep hot. Slice three i large tomatoes seem, at flrsttf ance, to bo efticlent chic to lf htha, boil fifteen minutes, pack in jars, 'nvxjtelne. can compare with it in vtreninh olemacy.

cncd of when growing freely drege with salt, fry them in the rend political which luecara Lincoln: but,in in the the peculiar providence,omer.of' I with small cucumbers, votkeit: from tho I 1'nice no other Anydrnecrlft, unnerve will Its else nt and it for test yoga Its ,i;
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!Small: onions
same and when brown themon UOd a few largo poppers "Irln.U'IMIInlll." Obnenvr. "
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desirable, as pan, arrange was called to meet, no vessel ot com _
from
peat trees, pruning the first prin a heated platter and sprinkle the fried ,mon clay could powlbihave become lh, few whieh the seeds have been taken, n Vpnn the foundation laid In youth will rlto1, ';i.
small!
"chosen of the Lord." tools of horseradish! bruised or the structure of the future life. '
and onion Add
tho thrm. more
fact that over
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topper
destroyed sap Those acquainted wllh him from boyhood ..pli*, and a handful of black mustard
near. The extreme end of each butter to the pan and fry an egg for acbperson knew that warty crlefs tinged his whole, life seed. Over this pour vinegar sufficient! *' Loft A DtsoRDKRkD LTV B try BcccUjksi'M. -if
In importance ,of accu cooking it on one side only! and with ..dD1IIs partner In the I'U.1l1 "
ease! a tree srocCTy to cover} after boiling and to 0
be business! at Salein was "Unclert J. Orecm adding -- -- T
careful tho ,
the balance between the very not to break yolk. llly each
of
bloom half
ness of Tallula, I1L,who used at gallon a teacup full of sugar, '
nljbt, when I ho
ture,-BO doubt of the vine, bush ot When they are done lay them carefullyon customers were few, to hold the grimier half an ounce of cloves anti half an ounce' There are some patent med '

tack. Thea fruit ripens under the top of the tomatoes and make a gravy while Lincoln reoitej his loteoni. of cinnamon. icines; that arc more marvel
off and therefore in summer by adding a tablespoonful of flour to the It was to h a sympathetic ear Lincoln toM. I S
drop the story of his love for sweet Ann pricED onEEs TOMATOES.: lous than a dozen' doctors"prescriptionS
remove large butter remaining in the Itir until HuUUge;
quantities pan.
be black
and and he, in return offered
what Take dozen
comfort
thing to do is but simply break smooth, pour in half a pint of sweet milk, could! when poor Ann died, an! Lincoln's ne Mice and one over large the fire green in tomatoes tin vessel ; but they're .not
shoots and therewith stir constantly until it boils and pour great heart nearly broke. put a
the main those
] that
with water enough to just to which profess to :curc -.
"After Ann cover
,
died. 'TJnce"
which too sudden and around the stew, not over the egg. Serve says Dilly "on
will ); hot. This is dish which will take stormy night, whert the wind blew the rain has been added sufficient vinegar to give cvcryt/ting. 0
new healthy' given to the plants, very a I against the roof, Abe would set thar in the it quite an acid taste, say a teacup full! of
excited into an unusual tho place of meat either at dinner or grocery his elbows on his kneed his face
liberal in i vinegar to a quart of water. Let tho tomatoes Everybody now and then. 'd
draft made breakfast.-Uouttvife.BLACXIXO his hands and tho tears 'runnln' tbroll 11 hs ,
upon << boil hard
Air-slaked limo for ten minutes.
Lift '
finders.I hated to see him feel barS an' I'll feels It down "
d
of is spottedimperfect, out and drain. Make of run cc"play ,
pailful say, 'Abe don't crys And h..1 took up An' a dressing ono "
of sulphate fruit. The :: STOTES. any, '1 can't help it, Bill, the rain' a (aWn'on qurt of good strong vinegar, ono teacup out. They've the will but:' ;

Should be loose and arable and Every good housekeeper dislike to seea her.'" of water, a ]largo cup of sugar, half an no to
this is washed dish and soapy wash grimy stove, yet often dreads equally this There. are many who can sympathise: with: ounco each, cinnamon and cloves. Put power generate vitality.They're S
refuse of like nature. overpowering grief, as they think of a in the tomatoes and not sick ,enough to
the ground it the grimy hand acquired in the processof lost loveTono, when "the rain's a fallin' en simmer or boil sljwly!
,tell the tree in the air can circulate blacking. A pair of thick gloves is, her." What adds poignancy to the grief quarter of an hour. call a :doctor, but j just too :

and the ground, and i of course, a necessary part of the outfit tnlrlit sometimes have I.been tho' saved.thought; that tbe lost ,one sick to be well.That's S ,

: or imperfectly formed of any woman who does kitchen work, tortunate, indeed II WHUra: Johnson, ol A Big Consumer. i where the i kind '
In be done when the and yet desires, as she should, to keep Corona, I* I., a builder, who writea June :28;: -- right of. a -,
Association the size of peas. During her bands dainty. As a rule, far too 18iW: : "Last February on returning from The United States contains about one- I patent medicine comes in.
season the vines much church one night, ray daughter complained twentieth of the world's population but
blacking is used on stoves. A l
of an docs for dollar what
I having a pain In her ankle.' Tbo a
pain It
at intervals of two consumes 23 rent of the world's
"The best cake of blacking such: as Is sold for eight gradually extended: until her entire limb per
raits the taste pinch back shoots cents ought to last a year for blackingone swollen and very painful to the touch. was We crop of sugar, 80 per cent of the world's the doctor wouldn't do: for .

is made. Tho stove. If more blacking is used it called physician who after careful exam. production of coffee, nearly one.third of less than five 9r' ten.
Section pronounced it disease of the the world's product! of iron
kidneys >n about ,
4AnafJ-____;____/1_ "_ I will not be rubbed into the surface of thestove of long standing. All we could do did not oie-third of the world'ssteei and We I
'Want to be as : GARDEN KOTE3. as should be, but remain a fine seem to benefit her until! we tried Warner's d copper, put in our claim (or

They no longer its own market. dust to be afterward blown about the Improve.Safe Cure; When from the she first commenced she commenced to a more and than wool.a quarter of tho world'scotton Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical

tide, but most I has tho most dogs. kitchen and' cause a generally grimy appearance she could not turn over in Bed, and could it I Discovery. .-
like it nearly] the briers and bushest so often seen in uncared-for just move her hands a little, but to-day she Dr. John null of Ixmlsvllle. Kr., shown
kitchens. A fresh coat of black should Is> as well as she ever was. I believe I owe his lore for little children when lie Invented We claim it be
Agents tlioea to an un-
urge dainty little candles he
(fingers to dig potatoes the of namnl Dr. null's
recovery
my daughter to iu ,
systems of not bo applied oftener than once a uso Worm Dratrojrer 11', fun for the children
I but It's death to the worm equaled remedy to purify"the
out the season month, when the flues should also be
"that every one spring water for the cleansed out and the interior of the stove Useful Notes. 'ant and Can't; one a synonym for bigotry, blood and invigorate the

perhaps ] thoroughly brushed out. Before puttingon Powdered borax-raised- with a little and the other cowardice.We liver. We claim it to be

made ab over all considerable new blacking, the 'old blacking should powdered sugar and scattered about in wilt sire til*) reward for anT mm of lasting in its effects creatingan
catarrh that cannot be cunxl ,
with Hall's
.. bo washed off. The coat must
new now
cow and the will death to cockroachesand
Catarrh
spots prove sure Cure. 'J'IIhn Intornnlly.
', than tho on a bush-formed trci be applied and the stove thoroughly pol.. to ants, and if that is not handy, a )'. J. CHENEY: .. Co., Toledo, O. appetite, purifying', the'blood ____

changing their ,up. ished. few drops of spirits of turpentine sprinkled! N. O. attached to a person's name Las a and preventing' Bilious' .::
engage in occupy the orchard The edges of the stove, if they are of hero and there will be as effective in the double meaning no grief; no gain. Typhoid and Malarial fevers .
polished iron should not be blackedbut of these nuisances in the of _
up to tho times. case as cose-
season. MANY ro"on.1'0 broken down from ovnrfwork yafrn in Iti,1,. The time 1
very different cleaned liko a steel knife with sapollo or'brIck moths. or bonwhold oaraa. Hrown's Iron lilt .
all fruit-bearing trca dust. The nickel knobs and Sets rebuilds t... alils take it is when 'first
years ago. other To clean corset, take out the steels at syatein dIgestion, removes to you ,
a good: deal of BXOVM of bile, an I onro malaria. A
; the quality is potash. nickel parts of the stove must be rubbed front and sides, then scrub them thor.oughly splendid tuniu for woman and children. feel the signs of wcanncss and '
!
taste lot good fruit than to grow bright with a chamois skin or old with tepid lather of white castile ----

t ing to.pay for The latter usually cost shrunken flannel. An ordinary paint and soap, using! a very small! scrubbing brush. UUJ.-llut A PARADOX.III.l-wife Will-makes'hll las him square stand 'rouud man. weakness. The time to take,

things. A whiting brush is ono of tho best things Do not lay them in water. When quite it, on general principles, is

milk, 'good feed not clean dirty milk. with which to apply blacking to a stove. clean let cold water run on them freely AIlt'tIfI"-On It Yea eendlnvn Ever*Hpecatate their name f an" ad.flrrnawill NOW. S

stage: of tho consists in keeping A stiff brush, such as is used for this purpose from the faucet to rinse out thn soup receive Information that will Inadt
fed, butter no is the best brush for polishing. thoroughly. Dry them without ironing ., a fortune. HonJ. Lewis A. Oj, Bvonrltf: .
buildIng Kansas "'U"l1o,
world if should bo During the month, polish the stove with (after pulling lengths till they are
use care -
'Is absorbed by shade and kept in s the poltshlng-brush each 'morning, just straight and shapely) in a cool place. lie,-We saw the Irof Tunis,while abroad

When this is after kindling tho fire. Keep aa old To make tins shine, wash In hot soap tbo.-Uow nlo '. Did you sail over liP

ventilated and cloth alwayg on hand in cooking, to rub suds, dip a dMmpened'cloth in fine sifted LA DIM nedlni a tonic, or children who

should and concentrate: off any grease spot as soon as it occurs. coal ashes, then polish with drYlIshes. want...building. up,..should take. Brown' hon
cream do lhll. It In |>lea ant to ta e, cures Malar.
not to
acid appears : try spread If the spots are obstinate, a few drops of Common salt will clean and open a liidu! tlon.llllinuiiueM!' and Liver CompLaints,

'tasto. In tho kerosene oil put on the stove'cloth will drain pipe. A few cups full should! bo tuukoa the_Blood rich. aud- pure.-- -

churn better ( Exhibit your stock, remove them. The ground edges and placed in such pipes at least twice a "Hope deferred maketh the heart skti-" It WATCH E3,

water ft other stock and see nickel work of the stove should be rubbed month. also rxtendetb. to the pocket book. DIAMONDS,

41' off: at least once a week, besides the Coffee and tea pots become discolored unhesItatIngly rrrommend Hull's Parsa.parilln iM' SILVERWARES ,. I

corn to low. monthly cleaning when the stove itblacked. on the interior in a very short while. To as a cure for .)' hUlllo blood poison, : JP.yt.r.n.4Ro., _
and
scrofula all dlwawe of the skIn and
:All soils that wtU make both .-Itotlon CuZti CJlr. prevent this-about every two weeks, put glands.-Dr. A"nnpp Lfwujxtrt, II.Ctoyel' ATAGA.5CAUTION
0 into them a tea noonful of soda and fill
'because one more. two.thirdifuil, of let will grow whrrrvcr weed will, and
deep should finest fertilizers for TOUATO BKCirKS. them water; boil It is vastly more profitable.LeeWa's .
two hours. Wash and rinse well! before
one as L'1 gathered up and re Amount the following recipes, layi using. In this they will always be Ublnuw llvadavlm Cure. Harm _
is the in alternate Mrs. E. R. Parker in tbo Courier-Journal way learn In effixt, quick and positive In lu'llon.Hint W l> "
plowing layers sweet and clean. |iri* S4bee., s re>
stances, and : previous to using every housekeeper can find a mode ol To ants from c closet! tho most Ad.l.-&Cu..GII: W).n..ull..1..1\a......"'IltfO bas ble same aid rloe etat n4* edess eterv.bli...!.
where'shallov serving tomatoes which will be ac- remove "_ _._ h _
efficacious method I* to a tinplatewith
been the rule. to member grease
on the ground and ceptablo every of tho family lard' and place it on the closet! : floor
It is not a injured due to* :
under tho shelves Tho ants will! seek

pecially, that acidity of the fallen Fried Tomatoes-Peel and sjtce.season tho lard in preference to anything clue,

for a number of of lima or ashes is tho with salt and pepper; dip in egg: then in and in n little while! the plate will bo

several inches of grated crackers or bread crumbs.- Frj covered with them, when they can be destroyed .

which to plant varieties of straw. in hot lard.Broiled and the plate returned another
wo'uld
not
been introduced is Tomatoes-Take largesmooth capture.

deep plowing has been gained ia tomatoes, wash and wipe them, put on a Buy fino copper wire by the pound for
able. Either
the size and appear gridiron over a good fire, turn"until hanging pictures. It docs not cost half
foUowed-the what twitted wise or cord dies and
improved. cooked; take up on a hot dish, with butter a
ened gradually, and salt. looks much better. Puste light manillit
have failed to ,
the first time, t pepper paper over the buck of tho picture frame
considerable in tho feeding;value of Tomato Toast-Strata 'a quart of not-alrcady protected, os it effectually

different of field corn, it has stewed tomatoes; put in a saucepan with prevents dust Irom reaching the picture 'ttI

:soil. If the ( that all corn' butter, salt and pepper; let heat. Have -' -

fall for the first equal value as slices! of nicely browned toast; butter, The Theatres of New Yoik.: .r'3 -

It will be in a fit lay ia a hot dish, and pour the tomatoes 1- '. .

or if plowed in would be a good over. I New York has twenty-tight! theatres; oN]: ENJOYS W. L. DOUGLAS

the fall. But The treo grows Scolloped Tom toes..Put ia a deep tho gross seating capacity! of which is Both
plowed deep, assumes' a handsome baking dish a layer of bread crumbs over OOOO people. There are hundreds the method and results when $3 SHOE crlT'l.'IMBN.1

lowed; while d. Plant wide with bits of butter and a layer of tomatoes of concert, Inu lc and lecture halls all fijrup of Figs li taken; It ia pleasantand iv-saud Md5rss.us pn.ial for,.liut,le laa.rmau,'
and with over the city; two-thirds of which are refreshing tho taste, nndacU w. I.. UOI4LA.: Mseekt.e. tsae.
turned; the prune when sprinkled pepper, salt and .
It is safe to estimatethe I .
The character sugar; continue until the dub! is full; used every night. gentlyjet promptly! the Kidneys,
total of the varIous For Coughs 0 4 ColdsTttr
capacity places Liver and Bowels, cleanse tho
determine the working land to a spread bread crumbs and butter over till svs-
the at
amusement in metropolis 130,000.
should be done but when top; bake ono hour night in the tem effectual]v, dbpeU colds, head. ... M IttdleU f *like
Over .7 .000 are spent every aches and fevers
previously impediments -that is, Stewed Tomatoes-Peel and chop a big city for theatrical and musical entertaiumcut. and cures habitual

the best, should stumps-disposed of, dozen large ripe tomatoes, mince oat The new JIadison Square constipation. S1UP of Figs is the DR. SCHENCK'PULMONI.C

turning up a of time and of onion and add a teaspoonful of sugar. Garden is the largest place of amusement; only remedy of lU kind entire.duced

ing, until a great Put In a saucepan and stew three-quar next comes the Academy, where 'Tho pleasing to the

Generally! if should provide suf. ters of an hour; add a teacup of stale Old Homestead" is a peimanent' attraction ceptable to the Stomach, prompt in

log and shallow I one year. Where bread crumbs an ounce of butter with tben tho Metropolitan Opera House iU action and truly beneficial ita !

tion will bo and the hay is only pepper and salt; cook slowly half aa and Niblo's where too great spectacular effect, prepared only from the moat ,.

ttirrod soil will should be a suffi hour longer. production of ".Neto". i* to occur October healthy ana agreeable substances, I l Co. ton It li sot pUuMt
growth, while It is not every Tomato Omelet-Peel and chop fine 20th. _ _ m iti many excellent qualities commend ortnjribliiflB/itrliMl.. I II -

.land moisture aa acre support a half a dozen ripe tomatoes; season with FITS n,/,npe4 fre" br DL Kisses da OaiATMarvelous ,'. it to all and have made it _ h W ib<<.0.lei.*...&..<.:....1"..by lldle all Dra*..".'M Ike'*
No Site aftultr.'
use.
plowed shallow. salt and pepper; add half a teacup of iuavi RUTON& the soil AMnm
actor of
( a value in market bread crumbs. Beat five eggs, and ills tr_ Dr. Kline.Ml Arch bu.kt1a..fa. .Svrup of Figs is for aale in bOo .22,..J.H. Boheook BOO,l'bfls4 lpbls.KINCCOTTON.

j plan U to plow ir value for breed. in with a small lump of butter. Heat aa Timber. Mineral. r'arra Land and fUnehe and $1 bottles by aU leading druggists .

> I jog The care action to do of ia the manufacture omelet pan red hot, grease with butter, .WUIIIII.-toOW.In MiMuurL Kau T..>..ier4loK. ''Icxa' and B1MuUtrMo.ArkanMta Any reliable druggist who

and for that purpose and pour ia the tomatoes; stir until may not have it on hand will procure Buy or tell_ your Cotton. '"
Tain JONE 8$605.Ton
snow before wet thick; let brown and turn; garnish with Woman her dbwatee an-l their treatment.TSpage it for
who
food that It tralls; prlue SOo. X enI upo" r. promptly any one
plant dry and ia bright bard boiled eggs, sliced. Ce i4ef 13 e..t .., maUliit.cte.A4drew Hrot wiahes to try it. Do not Cotton Scale.*;
if subsoil is acceptanyautwthute.
tho
shipped baled. Stuffed Tomatoes-Take a dozen K 11. KWV.MJ.. Bl Arcl&1Ir., 1'bJ.I.1"... BUT KIT.
this ia. ------ .
"' way training a pet lamb large, ripe tomatoes; cut off the ends, Okl hom GuliU Uuukanit:Mapxnt anf rbr* j term* addrM S
these
upon by turning it into the take out the seed and pulp, sprinkle tho .B r""I"OtSJCIA."l')ier Se c.....a_\,:.iy.5Le.Ifaflflded CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. BISOHAMIoy.
with benefit. M. V,
beside with salt and have .. SAN flUMtCO. CAL. J _, ,_t ___
< But before by some fiockmas. pepper; ready : .ltJI".1IJMI brlxaaeTbotrpWin's I Utmwue, < that a pound of meat fine : Eyfc'Waier.Uruiuclj'U! al Ac per boUli. .
the character of sheep will chopped with a -- 'SH 0 THAND
if the Iamb slice of ham mixed the tomato -- --- I T iWaPbJ.
it will stand petted juice, a NEW LAW CLAIMS. 0REVOLVTIO

." !izrmer. at a call or pe. minced onion, a teacup of bread crumbs, Scrofula Humor Pt.lSIOMS( 4 'Mllo R tevelU &C1 ( ( SN .rlrdaVANU,
flock will be gov two beaten eggs, salt and pepper, fill the I
; that tomatoes and bake one hour. *lt/U>U. r'# |fe wai .....>, M we Ulwr Atioraer.. 141V 9 $... Wasbleclee. U. C. GEORGIA TELEGRAPH SCHOOL.
:.*. -5?" f ) ,- particular: one .. bf Host's &!.,..p r II& Kafiwe site was sU : Uvuscb Om...(;1...,....D.ir.ii.Cbicag.. Tb. lmtlmf Neb.J ta'fh. $*.|...:Jin*
*' Ereaied Tomatoes-Cut smooth, solid .KwU.<4likealMvraraaaiaiwrgf4Uauraa.Ta. t IphiiielAMwtteMled bI.tb.4.fb.rba.4UiiiW.rhj.. 11 wUI
;. ". A common excellent chicken tomatoes in slices, dry each slice ctre- .but(hey.....>a0a. .... 0.. | PATENTS i" '.i.,,'.. <.u.;.... ,.' par ,.. .5 write far arllcalar. 0
."*:, fessor D. E. fully and dust with salt <"(ibiss lid......IIta..>ti uilaaafarars, I Ito rjH.w.. _, ,,_ Ultll. *. JfMKMIIEeiWMca: 1.,a..
-is the idea that a Bail: and while and pepper; wklc. ...Ml UK!.a..... Oactrlac ar Huud'i Patrick OTarrell :;It ;GTr.'lt'i; -- --- -- -- -' -- -
meal and bran and beat an egg until light mix: with sndWblzkiyRabit.S
U-
j..... removed should a an pvlUa a *iar.et Itn.-*_.. waa 4.1 0aalbaeoaUaadlaMof - oured... IIOUM wiiteouipeio.lJaoko .
i".from the only what they will blespoonful of boiling water; dip each k Wr rss..rywuse.. '' "FIT CUR&0. TrieS BoWl M4 Tr.aU e :M < -

""N .-* Atnination trunk of oftener than every like In this, and then ia grated breadcrumbs _e. Sal ibi Ie..........,.me yrs old.auoe.I I .at.alfr.eevuiaiL_.M eVI.u. .oW.Tfc..Ao.d..a..V.,_ MaLi.cegtcaz. ',<. urm Mralanarat S-

'. )'e&rIlAur reveal which, follows ; put two large tablespoonfuls ol aad kollll/."-ft C ioMiu, AUU, Llaoe ""-.. IU -- -.-CO--_3->.* ttlarmtuMt- *.'... ttUJ, .,. If*. I .. ttf.se t t4 :Kt 0

-% is due to over feed lard in a frying- pan; when. hot I 5-1:1,5.: uu-sepia.5ui.saw' \
very Hood's r
: jog deeply into SarsaparlllaIII HOME r.Um.ib : :. :: ,
injury are hungry and with. put in the slices of, tomato, fry brow ,' ..., '&ak& 10'1 Jfme _* PENSIONSslIgt I !!
other permanent hand with, meal and and torn; take up carefully! serve. by ell 4rujt.hi. III sis tot H rnpandeal/ II' jiras'. 1.I.ge,5.ii_ ..a..et.. a.4.a,. K.T._ .S
a I
;be Canned Tomatoes-Work tb.t I1OOU tXJ,Larweo;1UM.IOO A VilftrAfWffWi'M .....4"',.... .. m -.. .. Ised_ t..s --
removed : a 'I. .
from of ,
teacup a
..II.. .. ,klV.! _"...11.. ,.- -.,. M; .........."- I"OW.......-1'.... S
clou up to the the chicken coops to. rice through several waters; aid a teaspoonful _- I _Doses Ope. Dolfar a ii *CIIOM. nlt.. ."..? -
- -- -- --- .
grow over ia si they leave the hens of -curry powder and a little I ; ptewftb* 111* 4)* t M 4!.tally". o>e&4on '* U

tree is once ,by themselves see salt to a quart of stewed tomatoes.! Put .1 a ?Cw..Is Oe5TL' eot epeiiaat'lUHdt.orU'-...... .. aiGCvt_ .

it ought not to be dry and clean and a layer of tomatoes in the bottom of a I &+u..lJi UUUI .1!;$
?
.. .. *
ing the Ant the flock: ia Jots baking-dwh, then a layer of rice, an. I sr5.mrsm We have 4. 1 LUIo
ofte4 a tendency will healthier sod other layer of tomatoes until all is used; d dw I Pian, 1_ .... .-.
baue the I .. Wi. .... ...... 0
along the trunk. attention Everyday top layer of tomatoes spread fI, ......
bat be and with bread crumb over which OIIJG. i40 Dr
they cn scatter pUce THE POSITIVE CURE. 1J. 4 S
they first consequently the air b/ts of butter. Bat in mode'rate' ovea I !....4- __--!' ,.... "- b"r-_.._ _

ieadeaci: of the fire for hall ta, laci::. I 0 0 LTH20TB ? It Wama 5Iw.Tort. fritW !.,J.. II. U. .... .. .... ...... ..runl......", WWl.(









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8 ,,,- __ ',t ",/TIlE EAST COAST,.'ADVOCATE, FRIDAY OCT., 24,. 1890. : :=;
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DISTRICT NEWS. Capt. McFadden Intends enlarging and I

-, his strengthening lumber hi arrives* boat,ways In as order soon as to ,\, a (:-r.:. t P2r -:::: hJ'II mJQ () The Great American DollarIs

accommodate all sizes of boats. o : p lfLrti

LaGrange, Olllo Otwell's boat lIon the undergoing r; Divided Into i ICO Equal Parts
...... ways o. :1 O !2:: MNj:! 0 ,
thorough repairs. The trade ... S' .., C -
[The ADVoCATE office, with Its entirely boat Robinson Crusoe will be at the y : I-I It true the I Old-Time Merchant used to tell you it only had TWEXTT

now ontfit Is now prepalrcd to do all boat ways Oct..25th, tQ be put In order O p. Vf p Ct> "and he would sell 1 Sou a 2c. paper of pins for 5c and pocket your

kind of job work.] for the winter work. [ ;;;: O'? fto s >. p.f'i parts 3c. A, 2c' packet of needles would give him ftn opportunity to pocket

Mr. fowl Is shipping egg plantll and It is the Intention of the I. R. S. D. O"l C') IrI M fe" another 3c. of ;your hard-earned dollar. A quart dipper, worth 7c..

when Mr. Wolfe passes by with great Co. to hare their property grubbed and d S' 0 .too (:> TiIEN cost 1Oe.Oc. "
load of them, It certainly looks ::1 IlJ m IC milk Invariably brought "cvpu money, and 8o
wagon put In good IIha o. They will also helpIn r : 7c. Sc. pans
a* If wo were living In "the land of plen.tjr Opening up the street from their g E ap .= I.rJ ; through; the entire list or finrrthlntf you had to puy.and .
E?:: Cg.r /) on old
> hIll of $10 at
," wharf to the Treutler House, which, we mm Ro It will, per astonish you to figure up n prices,
Messrs. L. 0. Oliver and Joo Rogers,, are informed, will be shelled.Mr. b f" apty; : H == =>::r a then we wSfat the square goods will. cost you at "Bazaar" L"f i ces.

of your city were out riding through our F. Turner has tho contract for NI e C H, ..- Cto Then come around and have a talk withJ. I

town, looking after tholr Interests, we hoeing Mr. J. L. Itnrrl on's orange a : a '1o 00 ,0 a P. TURNER & CO., \
suppose, ns they own considerable prop- grove. The last named gentleman 'has C,' Z JIcf'
erty hero. some colored hands at work on his home ji! to o 0 n Ct = -. "The Lenders of Low Prices."

Our village blacksmith is kept as busy stead, preparing land for gardening this 4 :3. :::1 f; rf' ..- =

as a bee. In passing his shop recently, winter. i o ,, :-r:2\.: q
we noticed him making over Mr. Losley's Our U'J (JQ C n lILo j 1JjJq B.Groceries L. :se.D "
enterprising citizen, Mr. Win.

buggy awaiting[, while repairs.several vehicles were Treutler, is having his orange grove, on : .c... ;';1. m (st IS n?' .1-2..... lrJ ( So ': Garden Seed Fertilizer
(II Grain
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the south side of the Eau Gallie river, ,) His; po Hay
,Banter Jake Fields, of,Indlanola, was ploughed up. Mr. T. has made a b d 0'.. =. H bJcf3I ,
his arrangements rI ,.SU tho People of Indian River to my Stock of
of
out Sunday visiting grandparents, with Mr. Chas. Magruder to have c. Om b:1 FJ.rl I call the Attention

uncles and aunts. ITo had had 8 teeth the grove laid with cement plp r (II 8 CD .. 1fL do : O Staple & l. micy Orocoricw, :1'rilitAnd
Extracted the diy before, and said he ca J.rI
Mr. W. II. II. Gleaflon started for MIami ,, C) Food ProductsOf
felt as If his head was gone, too. Wednesday, on his cat boat Nettle. a 6 :! LIfh t! 00-. 1 0 All Kinds. Also My Stock of

Woundcrstand that Mr. Frank Scho- It Is his Intention to make tho run outside a &J y I-rI tie Grain Bran Cotton Seed Meal

geld has the contract for building! Mr. In this. small, 16ft. open boat. Good N CD .E3 (Up rn m Hay, ,
S. ,II. nay's house In Tttusville. We I Ground Food mid Wheat.I
luck to Will and
have
you ,
may you River exclusively the above line of
think secured am the only house on Indian dealing
Mr. P.ay.al a competent
good weather and
a pleasant trip. Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I Invite your correspondence and solicit
tile work ho did
'carpenter, M on our
Your article on free advertising In the JAMES HOLMES, President. your patronage. Very truly,
first-class. BREYARD
house Is Ml district news Is a good one. Correspon COUNTY .US* L. BB..ADY.

,Mr. Charlie McCrory passes occasionally dents sbould mention briefly, tho news ALBEHT A. TAYLOR, Secretory

with some of the finest guavas we of the community at large in which they STATE BANK GEORGE M. non txs, WALTER S. GRAHAM,

have evor seen. Ho Is about tho only live, and 'not confine themselves to one INDIAN RIVER Attorney-nt-Law. Attorney-at-Law.
who has had full this ,
person a crop season or two individuals.

and he has found ready salo at good Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Walton paid a visit COCOA FLORIDA, Robbins & Graham
prices for all ho )mad.- ,
REAL ESTATE
Monday afternoon to tho College to wel- w ,
,Mr. Rod Smith tins cut an avenue -
come Mrs. Gloason on her return from 'CAPITAL:
from his house, which Is just opposite the north. To look at George and his
Paid ;
Up, $2 ,000.
Mr. Jacob Footer's, through to the mother, one can seo at a glance how EXCHANGE Real Estate Dealers.
main road; when finished It will bo a well they have enjoyed themselves. We Authorized, $100,000. ,

groat improvement Tho railroad Is in are nil glad to have them back again. If -
plain View and trains can bo soon pass- anyone wants to have a pleasant time, Is Now OPEN and Fully Equipped for COCOA Indian Rive FLA. ALL RINDS OF PROPERTY BOUGHT, SOLD, AND EXCHANGED.

Ing. they should go to tho College" Banking in all its Branches. Members of Erevan Abstract of Title Company

Dr. Thornton, of Ala., is expected Mi's. Doisner with her two daughterst '
nUSINESS'SOLICITED.
about tho 1st of Nov. The Dr. has also Mr. and Mrs. DcCourcoy child,
Property! of All Kinds Bought, Sold and Titusville Brcvarcl Co. Florida.P. .
Home of the finest cane to bo seen, and have spent week or more at Capt. Mc- Money to Loan on Approved Security ,

\Vii are Ml getting anxious for him to Faddcn's River View' Cottage. The DIRECTORS Exchanged. O. Box, 250. _
:
come back and convert It into,syrup, as party on their sloop, the Glen, then We Buy and Sell All Kinds of heal Estate, and are Sole Agents for a
he knows just how to make It., lie had started for 'the Narrows to, visit Mrs. ALDERT A. TAYLOR, President. largo list of carefully-selected Properties in all parts of Brevard county.
JAMES HOLMES, Vice-President. RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, location and value of any Property
more orders than ho could fill last sea Del ner'l homes toad; and If tho weather It. B. HOLMES, Cashier. Imo- AU inquiries will be promptlyand on Indian River.

son. I continues pleasant they propose to visit 11 J. )l. SANDERs, J. F. WOOTEK. reliably answered. 11 Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are unequalledand
Jupiter and Lake Worth before return- ,----- every effort will bo made to give perfect satisfaction to intending Purchasers ,
Mr. (Ico. Robblns and wife, with their who may faw.r18 wIth their patronage.
little one, were out riding last Sunday, IUI! Cocoa.Job Tho T. P. S. C. E., of Cocoa, are preparIng No Properties listed unless the Title is Perfect. \ '
we suppose for the purpose of Inspecting Now is tho time t. have a good road to have another basket party; Special attention :given to Colonies and Syndicates desiiing large bodies of Low-

their improvements. Wo hear Mr. laid out along tho river front, from tho his one at the residence of Dr. Hnghlot! Priced Lands.

Bobbins IK Interested In the property north end of town to the Eau Gallie [ printing neatly executed at the next Tuesday evening. The programmewill Write for Descriptive Catalogue.

recently 'chased west of Mints. The river. Don't let such an Important mat ADVOCATK: o lco. Everything now, and be more complete than that given' .,

work is progressingholy, wo learn, and ter as this hang fire, but let It be of the latest style.] some two months since. The plan of I

'When finished will add much to tho at- established at once. From remarks Doligtfully cool weather for the last balloting:; for certain young ladies: as EDWARD STILING

.tracth'cnoss of our Bister town. made by those owning property on the few days, but getting warm again. tolles of the evening will doubtless mako ,

river front, wo should say there would Miss Kate Eyer returned from her vIsIt lie "poor boys" shell out. "

Eau Gallie. be no difficulty whatever in getting the to City Tdiiit to-day, looking well andas We are reliably informed that the Lox. Cocoa, Indian River, Florida,

right of way. Wo would suggest that pleasing as usual. ahatchee is loading lumber for Mr. E.
b Dealer in
this road be at least, 0 foot wide.Melbourne. .
filing, who intends making a 00ft. ad-
Quail shooting Is now popular In cur
TThe AnvocAonto Is fully equipped community. Birds are quite plentifulon litlon to his warehouse. ,Having been Paints Hardware Stoves Tinware & Agateware

for doing iilj kith of job work. Giveu.intilal. this side-also on tho Island, and afford temporarily disappointed in obtaining:; ,

.] sportsmen a good deal of amuse- atisfoctory transportation rates for the PLUMBERS' & MILL SUPPLIES, OILS, GLASS & PUTTY, TABLE

Everything progressing nlc IY'f ment. rick to bo used In his new stoic, he Is & POCKET CUTLERY, BARBED WIRE WIRE NETTING,
Get dono at the AD
[ your job printing .
compelled to make this addition to accommodate
A WIRE CLOTH.
Heavy freights are being landed everyday VOOATE. Everything new,] John S. Franz, representing the Hall
which speaks well for\.the place. Delightful weather Sate and Lock Co., of Cincinnati, was a Cocoa. his stock now on the way to

The cool weather; has given us a now caller In town Tuesday. He sold E.
breezes
Cool, Invigorating ,
lease of life,,and destroyed the mosquitoes. Stiling a 2-ton fire and burglar proof m
Thermometer 03 before sunrise Mon. .U
; safe. No other sales that wo know of. Mims.Job .
gyM .m AVanyrpsuiftpfp, ,
Capt. Watson has boon down supci Intending day.Tie) steamer Clara V. White stopped Miss Julia Roberts is having her millinery [ work done at tho office of this -" Or
the work the the store 'palntcl; Inside this week,
on Georgiana,
hero a short time, on her way from Jack aper.]
last few days. preparatory to putting in a heavy stockof
.
sonville to Tampa.Mr. Mrs. Wakcfield and Mrs. Chambcrlin
Arto.la, Me. is handling tho drill rod T. E. Richards, the pineapple bonnets, feathers and many other arrived hero List Monday, much to the n. .

once more. This time he Is putting king of Eden, was In town over Sunday, things 'dear to the female heart"Business I delight of Mrs. btrahan and the children. ft .m

down a well for Mr. J. T. Sncll at Tropic. returning from New Jersey. In the mercantile line, has I '-: "' :
There was quite a large attendance at .t
Mr. L. B Dawson, of Narrows, passed been rather dull for the past week or so, ...-
our Sunday .school last
Sunday-we
through on Monday homeward bound, but the large, new stocks that will soon DOORS SASEJ: : xjmxros
Wq are iorrytto loam that Mr. R. P. counted over 40. This speaks well forIts BRIGA,
Blatch ha lost one of his fine oxen. Mr. from Titusvillo. be added, will doubtless prove an Irre- management. Limo & Coment, Shinglos & Lath.
B. attributes the cause of death to overfeeding Strangers are beginning to be more sistabie attraction to purchasers In and Guns Ammunition
and
Harry Roberts has been busy this Fishing Tackle of all kinds. Ship Chandlery Goods, Gauze
oats. numerous on our streets, and residents around tow n. Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasoline Stoves, Coffins and Caskets'
Mr. John Asplnwall has raised some are dealing up, In anticipation of the Gold watches are becoming 1 quite week putting in a new foundation for his ARTESIAN WELL PIPE a Specialty. Lawn Mowers, Ice
rush. fashionable around Cocoa and Rockledgo. packing house. He will begin shipping Cream Freezers; Brick Lime, 'Cement and I
very line egg plants; In fact they are next month. Chimney Pipe; Flags & Bunting
Mr. S. F. GIbbs Is Improving tho appearance Our Jeweler, Mr. DeGrarH has ;
the finest we have ever seen grown In AUieMims, son of our genial depot Table and Pocket Cutlery; Mouldings, Scroll: Work, etc., etc.
of his place greatly; an formed two clubs In town. )lr. W. A.
Catalogues, sample cards and size lists
this Koctlon.Capt agent, leaves here next Monday for Atlanta sent free on application. Correspondence
addition has been built, veranda added, Howland drew the watch In club A., solicited and estimates furnished promptly.
J. 0. Walton Is having several Ga., where he baa a position o
and the house nicely painted.We Wednesday, and T. Stripling. In club B.
more ache grubbed preparatory to BOW- offered him by his uncle, Robt. Mims.
notice the smiling countenance of
commenced Into his
fog In grass seed. We believe It Is his Mr, Gould moving Mr. Robt. Caililo received, last week
Carl C. Curtis on the St. Augustine. Ho ,
last
Avo.
residence on Dellanoy Monday,
intention to keep some cows. has taken the place of Chas II. Watson, and right glad Is ha to bo able to do so 300 orange tree. from the Fruitland Nur J. S. Watson Co.

Mr, John Daly has bought a lot fromExGovernor who will take a vacation of two or three at last. This is one of the finest residences series, McMeckin. They are a fine lot. i
Gleason and will start to This shipment will complete the ,
weeks in the highlands of Georgia. in Cocoa, and reflects great credit settingout
building as soon as the lumber can be Mr. Hector's hotel, the Melbourne, on both the planner and executors of of his ten !\Crellin the Hammock.

brought from Titusville. will be prepared for guests; the grounds tho work. Mr. Geo. M. Robbins was In town last Commission.

The top on the new bulkhead Is completed are,being rapidly put In shape. Tourist We notice to day (Wednesday) a Mr. week, looking after the Improvementshe

and work will begin on the will find this a very pleasant and Llbbcy In town, who, we understand, i* having made in this neighborhood. AND '
warehouses as soon an the lumber arrives, convenient spot
Their will be finished
Is arranging to give a fine musical en- crossway sometime
which 1* expected daily. The Goode House has a number of
next week when those FORWARDING
tertainment in town ait soon as he can contemplat- MERCHANTS.
We are pleased to see Mrs. Gleason rooms already engaged for tho season. secure a house. We have seen his prospectus lug purchasing will have an opportunityto *

and'son, Mr. G. Gleason, with us once This pleasant and well-known resort is and deem It of a highly moral inspect this fine body of land that the

more. George relOrta having had a likely to be crowded early in the'season, character. No programme ha been ar Indian River Loan and Investment Co. Dealers in
grand pld Unto not'th. and its guest are always loath to de ranged as )et. are reclaiming. Fertilizers
,
Ex-Governor Gleason has a force of part.It. that Mrs. Johnson will We are pleased to note the improvement P. Henderson
hands i* rumored Died & Co'ts Garden Seeds
at work clearing out the streets ,
Mr
going on on Lapham'
prop
OB the town site Surveyor Burcfiel Is give np the Riverside, having tired of In Baltimore Md., In his 30th year, on
The building i* now used for a
at work surveying out more lots that office the hotel will business be moved, and to that the the Mcquaig post- erty.meat market The Inside is being celled the 17th day of October 1800, Mr. Brun- Orange Boxes, (Crates & paper.CEMENT .
Dews Cohen .
ncr of Rer.
have been sold. and shelving will be placed all around. son A. I).
about tobo
The boom on the Banana side still building which has been, or Is Mr. Schoonmaker, we understand, contemplates Cohen,of Titusville, Fla. He died in the PLASTER &
purchased for tho purpose. full profession of his HAIR. AGENTS FOR OCALA LTtjE
reason in Christian
continues, and the settlers seem to be as has had the putting In a stock of groceries
Mayor Andrew ground faith and Agents for the
triumph expressing "a C. F. T.
enthusiastic great REFRIGERATOR
as ever over the prospect Carleton and the also, In connection with fresh meats. CARS.
around the grove desire to depart and be with "
of a good winter's harvest May success put In firtt-clasa order. It Is undecided Last Wednesday evening was the ICe was a member of the Baptist Jesus.Church Till FnnxUh Car When 1*.1nd. and nee that they a... property LOADED ICED.BU rED -
attend their efforts. whether the Carleton will be opened at time, and the residence of Prof. Peck In Baltimore. ud TRACED to IHwUnatlon.

The Eau Gallie meat market, under present, or not; but it is to be hoped the place, when some of the young persons "Dew.thou art and justly dear We will Buy all kinds L Fruit, Vegetables Fun and Skins j In fact
will
the management of Mr. Chaa. Young, that it will be, and well" filled with of Cocoa and Rockledge congregated \V. would shall not weep for thee: we Buy and Sell anything offered to us.
0.hough' check UM
seems to be doing a rushing business. guest, also. for the purpose of, having a few 1&ill that thou an ITes. tuning tear; Correspondence solicited on any wants you may have.

Three beeves have been killed and disposed The Jut week brought back many of game of euchre. Quite a pleasant A. D. COUES. Respectfully. J. S. WATSON CO"Advocate"
of this week. the resident who have enjoyed the summer crowd was out, occupying three tables. :

New machinery has arrived for the north. Mr*. S. Gleason and George Whist, euchre and other game were" -The people at La Grange are rcali-

steam yacht Ramon, owned by Capt. G. Gloason of :Eau Gallic; Miss Lena played, and refreshments partaken of log handsome profit off their egg plant Job

George Gleason. This,little steamer, Johnson, Mrs W, M, Fee, N. Downey" until a late hour, when the party dispensed crops The only cause for regret I* that Printing Office

when launched again will make a. good and R. K. Canon were among the num- highly pleased with' the pro- more acre of this paying vegetable were
blow against any of the hit twiti. gramme of tho crcalng, not planted. JU:3: : A COXl'LETE OUTFIT OF NEW TYPE OF TlU L.1TEST

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