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 Material Information
Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: November 7, 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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071720
oclc - 34175701
notis - AKR0019
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System ID: UF00079908:00117
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Succeeded by: Indian River advocate

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((SVILLE PO8TOFFICK- DIRECTORY '! LOCAL NEWS.Society -J. P. Turner & Co. make a specialtyof -Why dont you calsomlno? Knox -Don't0 disappointed by plantingold I -Read the I1vt: for Mils, to"'extenlh," \ ;,

'OJl ERAL DELIVERY !! .fine shoes. >' the fainter cnn give you satisfaction semis, but buy Peter Henderson A the City Wharf, on page 4. ,( .-i,iCapt. .' '..

n from r a. m. until 8 p. m.. except dun -Mr. John Cary may t>e looked for In -Btwf, best best. Fertilizers-fertil- Co.'s fresh seed from J.Watson & Co.* W. B. Watson Is a* busy as A
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distribution of mall ana on Sundays and .
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to 0 a. m.when train or steamer In late on I I Indian River and Gossip Lake Worth aonnet'tloDwIth sec- Eau Gallie in a few days izers, e1'tlllzers-al"'aY8 on ,hand at J. -Mr. Gco. F. Enncy; of Tropic; W. overlooking after tho Interest of hU

flay, evening. tlons daring pant week. Brief mention of I -Mr. Bernard C. Smith' of London, S. Watson & Co.'s Titusville. R. Oootlo,, Melbourne; John II. and company at Eau Gallle. ''1

Ii Iron MOXr.Y 8 a.m.ORDER until 4 OFFICE p. m. i InterestingEvents j About I'eople'OD ,. registered at the Grand View Monday.J. ;;Mrs. 1' M. Lorimicr has ,been on a S. Sams and Jno. LaRoche, Courtney; -The residence which 'Is being| built

,REGISTERED LETTER ,Know Picked and People Our You Don't Know- S. Watson .fe Co. have: receivedsome trip to-Jacksonville this week, but Is A. I,. Hatch, City Point; A. Magruder, by Mrs. Asplnwall'on tho land recently :
by Editor.
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[delivered from*a.m.until 8 p. m. fine cy 'resa ladders for gathering now at homo again. Rocklcdgc; and others from down the purchased from Gus Snell It* to bo for a 4

,AKR1TAL MAIL.I oranges.Mr. -For Sale, a parlor set, six pieces, river were In town this week. rent as soon AS flnlnhod. It is'to be A ; ,

the North-6:15p.m.i heading and Mrs. D. C. Judson, of Oswego Imported silk plush in set or separate. -A punt broke loose from the Eau two-story building, and Is charmingly ', '

the South- to 12: p. m. N. Y., were In town this week, on Apply to Mrs. E. II. Titus.J. Gallle dry dock Sunday week, and any. 'located) near the entrance of tho Eftu

DEPASTURE.jthbonnd "':'Get the ADVOCATE at Dr. Screvcn's. It to Mercier Mr.J. (lallie river. < '
their down the river. one returning/ Capt. or
-clones at SJi fc m. way S Watson A Co. are agents for ,
Five Cents per copy. J. Daly: 1<:all Gallic, 1\.1ll1e rewraded. -Tho schooner yacht Manatee.Cart.J/'
bonn"- 4ji a.m. T-J. S. Watson &: Co. have just received the Moyer patent orange box head, and .

R. 6CBIMOKOUR, 53T" By subscribing $1.50 per annum a ,carload of orange wraps, and would like to give you prices, before you Any person or person having It lit their W. Zcllcrs owner,arrived Norfolk, from ,. .. ,

.6th, 1890. l'o tmlUlter. for: the ADVOCATE, It will only cost you will sell them away down. Try us. buy other kinds IQMteMsl)1III plcso return same. The Washington, with two specimens of the +,;

Time Cents Per Week; Pottage Included, Roland boat I lit 10 ft long, 4 ft, wide, ROll planked manatus or sea cow, captured in St. Luclo .
CHURCH NOTICES.! -Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Pritchard returned Grotjan has been up from l
to any part of the United States. This over the ends. river, Florida, in 1889, with roponets +
I last from their this week business and
on Thursday trip toHuntsville Brantley on reports -
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.ihlnjt small sum will not ruin you. -J. E. Eiicler .t: Co. have started In and which have since become ,almost 'y
settlers In
Ala.
many new as locating
every Sabbath at 11 a. m. and 7Sabbath -Knox the painter can finish your business ns jewelers nnd watchmakers, domesticated being gentle and
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that section.
School at 9 JO a. in. Prayer
-Mr. R. H. Fox of Richmond Va.
ng every, Wednesday evening at 7:do walls equal to hard finish. on Washington avenue, Tltusvlllo. Mr. harmless says the Baltimore'.imrn'cin.. '.. i
Rev. Jxo. Fov, Pastor. arrived In town Monday night, and left -Capt. (J. F. Fischer is busily engaged; Ender has been In Titusvllle over four They are left In tanks, one on each sldo
-Mr. C. W. Butler, of Palestine'Texas for other parts down the river Wednes fitting out his schooner yacht, Ellie, so animal .
years, nnd Is a thorough practical work of the dock of the :yacht. The -
BAPTIST CHURCH was In town this week.10 day. that she will be' ready to receive her
man, whom we can fully recommend to live in fresh or salt water, and 'feed on
hlnjc every 4th Sunday at 11 a. m. and '
school per cent off on clothing for a few Services at the Episcopal/ Church winter tourists and pleasure-seekers. their food
m. Sunday every Sunday at 4 p. m on anyone wanting repairs dono to their vegetable substances entirely,

r meeting, every Rev.Thursday A.D. ComtxPastor.at TM: pan. days at the Bazaar. Sunday next the 9th mat,. morning at -Work Is progressing" rapidly on the jewelry; or other articles requiring. neatness when at large being principally sea

-Mr. S..H. Ray, the county treasurer, 11, and evening at o'clock. Rev. B. F. residence of S. H. Ray, and if ono I can I. and prom pi tude.I grass, and In captivity cabbage/potatoes '

CATHOLIC CHURCH Is now in his new office, over the .tore Brown will officiate.J. judge of the amount of lumber, brick I -Get Albert S. Magrudor, of Rock' or almost any vegetable substance..Cap.
and Sermon at in o'clock a. m. Sundayg of J. W. & Co. and other material the Zellers has left with them for
at Masonic hall. Rogers P. Turner & Co: are offering a on ground it willbe ledge to put down your artesian wells. tain K

Rev,Father O'BovtE Pastor. -Mr. E. D. Kancy left here for Jack discount of 10 per cent oft of their alrea- t *quite a pt'ctcntloulliltructure. He gets tho largest flow of water from Florida. Tho monsters,together.,, Igh

sonville Monday morning, much to his dy remarkably low prices, on clothing, -Mr. E. R. BUkewood, proprietor of the least depth. He puts tho pipe downto over 1BOO\ pounds. They are,eight feet

.METHODIST CHURCH regret, and his many friends. for tho next thirty days, to make room Ostoen saw mill, came to' town Wednes hard rock and will guarantee satisfaction long, two foot wide and fourteen Inches,

rod tchlng 7 p.every m. Sunday 1st and School third Sunday every Sunday, at 11 -Money 1 Money 1 I.I Money I I I to for the Christmas trade. day evening, on business connected with In all his work-from two to six deep by actual measurement with a tall ,

)p.m. All are cordially Invited to attend.J. loan on real estate. Apply to Robbing& -A private car arrived here Wednesday the Indian River Lumber Co., and to see Inch wells. Ho has complete lid 'of like two-bladod propeller, two feet In ;,
.N.JONES' Pastor. his at the Ilaulover. tools for tho business. Address Albert diameter. They have noses and mouth. '
Graham, Titusvllle, Fla. night with about six prominent officialsof orange grove -

-Go around to the Bazaar and get a the Pennsylvania Central Railway on :Lime,lime, lime. Cement, cement, S. Msgruder, Rocklcdge, Fla. *:2t! like cows and their skin resemble to tidy ;
India rubber which I le
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OFFICIAL
DIRECTORY.Y over coarse
watch ticket. The watch not only don't board. They left for down the river cement. Plaster and hair. We are lioad- -A elegram just received say Miss ,
of our readers who have business from hair thinly scattered. They are so tamo ,

cost you a penny, but save yesterday morning.Mr. quarters for the above and would like Beckwith, of New York, was married on
tome with the State or County Officials you money that they will eat from the hand CaptiZellcrs ,'
at to Considerable inconvenience to ascer- by placing yourself In a position to accept C. II. Watson started on his you to write us for prices before placing Monday, tho 3rd mat, In London, to :
started from TitusvUle some few
he name of the official whom they wish to one free.Writing trip to Georgia Tuesday morning; so his your orders elsewhere J. S. Watson tho lIon. Francis Dudley Leigh, of k
... this fact In mind I months ago, and after exhibiting at various !- ,
:With we have '
pro-
& Co. TltuHvillo. 12Mrs. whoso
many friends on Indian River will miss Lelghstone Abbey, England,
Class. Miss Susie Brown
the following directory which will, noft place In New Jersey, New' York ,
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him for short time. Charles is mother Is a sister of the Dub of Wel
will start the above class' next a taking Valentine and Helen
,be requanOyTeferred to. Monday daughter, Maryland and Virginia, is about to re, .
STATE OFFICERS. evening, the 10th inst., from eight to what he deserves much-needed rest. arrived In town Wednesday evening lington. Miss Ueckwlth Is said to be turn to Jacksonville with his two? man. ,

ivirnor-Francis P.Fleming nine o'clock. Course of ten lessons, Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE maybe from their place at Till man; stayed In worth several millions, left by her father. atees. ., ,
of State-John L Crawford "
rotary left with C. and left their homeat Mr. Leigh I Is a son of Lord Leigh.
W.D. Bloxam. $2.00. It Mr. L. Ilughlett by town yesterday; for
nptroller- heals Continued on Pay 8: t
the residents of Cocoa and St. Paul Minn. this muchto -Mr. James E. Starke, general audi.
*urer-Frank J.Pons. -$1,000 Reward given to persons spelling vicinity, morning, ,
ntey.GilneralW.B. Lamar. the most words, using the letters In which will be placed promptly on our the regret of their many down-river tor of tho J., T. 4 K. W. Ry., with Mr. Xotlco. {
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missioner of Agriculture B. Wombperlntenllent i our name. Write for 1>artlcular .- list Friends. Fred. has decided to remain on James Jones, his assistant, arrived hereon OCT. Slit 1800r' '' '.

of Public Instruction..J.u. Dunbar's System Iron Tonlo Coq Cleveland -Mr.: and Mrs. A. V. WInans arrived his mother's place at Tillman. Mrs Monday to attend to business con ,' r '
l.IJutantGeneral l. their : Jones To she I'eojik oj Tituivlllf' ;f
David Ohio. 12-5t hero from New Yoak Monday evening, Valentine and Miss Helen gave us a nected with company. Mr. ,'
Lang. their to Eden where their pleasant call yestenfcy. The ADVOCATE: I U on tho lookout for a house as he will Professor Llblwy ha presented tcntUmonlairt
ate Chemist-N.Robinson., Master Wyatt Brown a birth on way son "
gave
ate Board of Health-R.F Daniel,president day party to several of his friends on -Mr. A. V. A. Wlnans-Is largely Interested wishes them a pleasant journey. probably remain here. We do not know to me, from different source' :,,
f. Wall W.K.Hyer. in the cultivation of the where he can get a house in Titusvllle, sufficient to warrant mo In unhesitatingly t
ftIcer-J. Porter. Saturday night last being AU Hallows pineapple.
Health Y.
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ate ( .. and wlU be glad if anyone else can recommending him to the people of TItusvlllo. '
tilted States Senator*-Wilkinson Call anp E'en; and Miss Clara celebrated her They started for Eden Wednesday morn
nuel PMCO. Inform him .Mr. Starke, who came here He wishes to give a Concert at .'
birthday on Sunday. Wyatt is 13 and ing. Wedding ___ Card. '
embers of Congress-IL H.M.Davidson and for the purpose of installing Mr Jones tho Court House on the 10th day of tNo" <
.QoodrlcJ1. Clara 8 of -Little Louise infant daughter of Mr. We shall be pleased to'
years age. d
at* Senator-Gardner S.Hardee. receive a share of your n. In hU office, took a trip to Eau Gallle A. D. 1800, the proceeds of'which' j
and Mrs. W. M. Brown met with
presentatIve In the Legislature for Brevard -A tailor and a tinner are two trades a pain Q Job Work-envelopes, yesterday( and expect to return to I I. to bo devoted to tho publication of'a1\ .
nty-W.; 8.Norwood. men that would find business In this ful accident on Tuesday. Mr. Brown .! {letter-heads,note-heads,} Jacksonville to-morrow morning.The piece of music to be entitled the"Indian l

STATE SUPREME' COURT. town.; We mean good workmenthosewho was amusing the child by showing it one bill-heads, statements, j demand for residence. and River Waltz." Come one, Come all.' : ', "
else. -
Held at Tallahassee understand their business. A piano of his chickens, when it suddenly pecked q or anything ',
--- continues unabated. Lieut. Swift BENJ. R. WILSOIT "',
let Justice-George P.Baney.aeoeltoJudgeeA. stores ,
little Louise in the Although no
tuner has also been needed here for eye. .
and II. L.chell. .
E. Maxwell will vacate the Paddison residence In a Mayor.; '
some months past. serious damage was done to the eye, the h .'I'
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few day to make room for the return of ,
; erk-&W.WlIaon. little child had a "improvcinentH '
.The newest for sleeplessness poor narrow escape Mr. J. W. lluntlnjfton'ii, .
cure )):
the of the Where the
CIRCUIT COURT i from its We ill- family owner. "
losing sight. hope no
enth Judicial Circuit,Including Brevard and (said a visitor to this office) is simply apint -Mr. Albert S. Magruder, the Rock- head of the Signal office will succeed in at Aurnntla, ,Ct ; ,,
effects will from the accident.We '
Dade Counties. of hot water sipped slowly before accrue ledge artesian well-sinker,has just drivena finding a domicile for his family Is still .. 1
Term 2nd Tuesday in February. .
pring retiring to bed. Its effects are immediate understand that another American well for Mr. Seabrook Same at Court
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I term, let Tuesday In September. an unsolved problem; but he lays be can The rich hammock land to) the north v ,
will title. The
and those people who make use oft girl wear a engage. A 4-in. was used and at a
Judge-J.D.Broome,DeLftnd. ney. pipe go to a hotel [if nothing elite offers E. J. of Titusvllle Is terra incognita, to even $
taws*Attorney-J.D. Beggs Orlando. declare that as a sedative it is unri meat of Miss Helen Bock with, of New depth of' 156 feet there wa a flow of Davis, formerly of Canaveral, has decided }t'ier',
of our oldest Inhabitant,
BREVARD COUNTY COURT. York, to the lion. Francis Dudley Leigh, Inches. some .
Paled nine He I I. now driving one for
to embark in the business' of butcher
.. guIu Term on 2nd )(onda- February, son and heir of Lord Leigh, of Stoneleigh only of late year that its groat ..lulJ. \ ,
and that I I.
Mr. Jno. H. Sam a* a*
ay,August and November. -Bids wanted immediately, for carrying soon and green-grocer as soon as he can ha been appreciated. Ono tf the pfo-,/.,
Minor 8.' Titusvllle. Abbey, England, is announced. Miss completed he will drive another for Mr. ,
Judge- Jones a dally mall between Titusville and find suitable quarters; and if the ADVOCATE neers In bringing thl rfch body of laniL
Titusvllle. Beckwith has been considered
unty Attorney-Ja* T.Sanders, lung one W. K. Sanden. .
the Club House on the ocean beach could commodiousand '
new secure a more Into cultivation I* Mr John W; Hunting >
STATES LAND OFFICE. of the most beautiful women in America.
UNITED
near Pepper Ilaulover; commencingDec -Mr. A. W. Flint, the new proprietorof brick building at once It would have ton who own Urge; well-selected body ,
[Register-Alex.Lynch,Gainesville. She is some older than the lIon. ,
I Receiver.J-jhipman.Gainesville.I 10th. and ending April 1st. Bids years Miss Beckwith Is the New Rock Ledge Hotel, accompanied taken advantage of Mr; Davis' offer to of hammock |In 'ihe north part of the .
Mr. Leigh. exceeding.
I rveyor-General-J.C.Slocum, l1.""_. must hemp writing, and sent to George by his wife.and; Mr.A. E. Klngsley, purchase the building we occupy at pre. Garvin Grant. v't
COUNTY OFFICERS Or BREVARD CO. Reed ly wealthy, being the only daughter of ,his arrived here from New '
H. Titusville.Mr. manager; sent. The demand for buildings, now Mr. Huntiugton ha cleared out; "n .venue -. '
County Beat, Titusvllle.I the late N. M. Beckwith. It U reportedthat
F. M. the genial Haven, Conn., Wednesday, on their way Is iona-Jtde, and Is likely to Increase. hammock
Judge of County Court Minor 8.Jones,Tltu- Ironmonger, they will visit Indian River on their through the nearly a
Ie. Florida passenger agent of the Clyde I tour. to Rock Ledge. By-the-way, Mr. Kings- Any capitalist, who may wish to Invest mile and a half In length} and has dug v

Clerk:Auditor of Circuit and Court Recorder; also of Clerk Deed of*-County A. A. Line, was visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. M. wedding ley did not come alone this time;he arrived bit money so as to rely on rent a* an Income a ditch from the pine land on the back, .

tewart.TltwvWe.Sherifftames Lorimler, Sunday. He returned to Jacksonville -Mr. C. R. Scott, of Omaha, Nebraska with his bride, and for all we know, could not do better than put up a east through the hammock to the river, ,.

i E. Bowman TitusvUle. Monday, and on Tuesday he arrived here on Monday evening: he may be on hIs wedding tour now. few building*-either stores or residen which Is 4ft. deep, 4ft., wide and about "k

lax Assessor Collector+.W.-R.E.Sander W. Hall,Courtney.City Point. took the steamer Seminole, on his way He- was very much annoyed at the delay -Mr. J. M. Lee, proprietor of the Hotel cK-ln 1ltuaYll1e. 1} miles long. '' 1 t

: Treasurer-8.H.Hay,Titusvllle. te; New York. of the train, saying he, a* well a* the Indian River, at Rockledge write* the -The concert given by the Llbbey His house, built in a clearing among ,

Superintendent of Public Instruction-John -The Libbey Family will give a con- others, were kept until fl 30 p. m. with ADVOCATE under date of Oct. 28th a* family at the Presbyterian Church on the towering pines and oak and tropical r

%Bnrveyor llama,Courtney.-B.B.Burchfiel.Georgian cert at the Court House Monday night out food or even water, and that the follows "I go to New York this week Thursday evening, hut week, was well polmcttoe*.-which 1* large and'comfort-'

County CoouniMlooen-Robert Morrow TitnlUe. *- Nov. 10th. The programme will be entirely way the trains of the J., T. & K.W By. and to Itockledge the latter part of November attended. Prof. Llbbey appears to be able-I.i 18x30, with a kitchen IJxJL,'" ,
chairman; A. J. Carter TurnbuU; J. M.Aaiuien different from those of their two were run was a disgrace to any civilized I will make extensive improvement
Coeoa; V. A. McMUlan Eau Gallle; : an excellent composer a* well as per These are well screened from insect, .t
U. E. Cbaflee, Ankooa. Board meet at Tituville *- preceding Concerts. Admission 25ct community. He would like to have met at the Hotel Indian River In anticipation former. Ills rendition of the "Jefferson while the stable ((15x30)) show* that ,tins

on the first TOWN Monday OFFICERS.of each month. The proceeds of this Concert will be the president of the road, so that he of a great season. I have con- Davis :Memorial March" an original.composition mules and horse are well cared for, Lad'e

Mayor-B.R.Wilson M.D. used to assist in the publication of the could have a few words on the matter ducted winter resort hotel in Floridafor -was highly appreciated by the have a kind muter This also, U i '

Clerk and Treasurer-J. P.Blake.A "Indian flyer Waltz." Doors open at with him. He left for Rockledge the ten yean, and I have never known audience, Mr Llbbey' essay on "Our oughly screened and protected frown'

neesor-Seward r.Gray. 730 p. m. Concert begin at 8 o'clock. next day, and Intended making a length more flattering prospect than those apparent Girl*" was of a high order-full of undisputed horse flies and mosqnltoe. 1

, Hanbal Aldermeo-E.and CoUector-Joha L Brady, president Myers.J.P.Turn- -Rev. J. N. and Mrs. Mulford, of ened tour down the lower river and everywhere for the coming win. facts and bright witticism, Mr. Huntington ha just ordered frost

a'.. Wm.. M.Council Brown meets, 8. all A. Belcher p.m.on, the Walter second 8.Grahaa. Troy, N. Y., arrrived in town :Monday Lake Worth section. ter." which some of our girl considered rather the Indian River Lumber Co. the luiu-f"

E sad fourth Thursday* in earn month. Specialmmtiags evening, on their way to Lake Worth -The coquina foundation of the new -With reference to the accident to too much for them. The violin solo ber for a carriage shed, which I* to tx*'

baA called by the Mayor. for the winter season. They stayedover Clerk' office and county vault I I. complete Mrs. Underwood and Mr*. Button at by MU Wlalf re4 Llbbey, and the cornet 1 J30. He Intends, we are Informed, ti>' *

on Tuesday, and left on the steamerthe ,.and the brickwork will proceed at New Smyrna, to which we referred but solos by Master John Libbey who 1*only show how valuable a little thrift and' ener. .r

Range of Temperature following morning. We were pleased once. It strike n* u a rather small week, it seems that the horse ran away eight yean of age-were listened to with gy to this rich land can make It. After .

to welcome Mr. and Mrs. Mulford I building for the purpose it i* intended if and also threw a Mr. Granberg out of delight, and received the most marked making other Improvement., .such M, ,

For the week ending last night, KCT.fa back again, and noted that they were Brevard developer during the next decade the carriage, bruising him severely. applause of the evening. On the whole making orange grove, etc,, we believe ..
1800 at the U. :I. Signal
recorded
emcee, ,Tltnaville, Florida: : looking remarkably well after their stay as she baa in the put; but a new Mr Underwood and Mrs. Sutton re- the concert appeared to be a success It I. his Intention to sell some of hU lI :;

OCTOBER.: north during the cummer. They were Court-house win be erected in due season .. mained in the carriage until it collided financially and otherwise. They gave spare acre* to other home.eeken'a.a4 .'

1889. Max. Him 1800. Max. Min the guests of the Grand View while in and give ample accommodation for with a tree, when both were dashed out another concert the following night, but orange growers, who will probably fat-. ,: .,

31 78 M 60 68 town. We were sorry to learn of the the Clerk; and the building now being and :Mrs. Underwood' thigh and Mr*. It turned out very cold weather, and the luw In hi* footsteps to realise a bandsome ;

KOYEMBEB.: 50 death of Mr. Cluett Mr*. Unit ord's constructed will, no doubt prove very Button' collar bone were broken. Mr*. attendance was very slim although the Income from their plantation J,

S 1 70 80 65 61 78 11 59 father, who bad been in the habit of useful for county purposes In any event. Underwood tossed her baby out while entertainment was fully up to the stan- These various Improvement keep Itr.. t' ) (

3', S3 69 77 60 coming to Florida for tome yean past The vault I* to be strictly -proof, and the horse was running: and it escaped un dard. They will give another concert at Huntington very busy, but he.endeavora

4 78 67 68 54 The ADVOCATE acknowledge a pleasant land owners win probably breathe easier injured. The Injured one are doing as the Court-house Monday next a further to pot in appearance late Saturday nighty .' I

G 5 80 64 73 75 83 63 call from Mr. and ilrs. Uulford, Tuesday when the county record are ufelv lodged wen u can be expected, we are Informed notice of,which will be found on so that he can attend church Sunday,

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llaU Coast AdvocBia,J I murderous blew of the assa"" (n. Close by day The liabilities arc wild to be $,;. I
his side lay little Charlie Woolfolk five COO and $25,000 of contested rlahagnlost I

---- I PICKED UP HERi yean old, and to slay him the ficndis ON IN THE the company The assets are let I
TtTU8vn.r.J11. : FLORIDA.A THBOUGHOUT murderer resorted to the wicked blade of WHAT 18 GOING dawn at $187,000, $IGOOOO of tbb I
the terrible instrument, already soaking) BUSY WORLD. amount being in premium notes and the I
with blood. His skull was cloven deep balance consisting of accounts receivable 1
Cabicct Minuter of Health: U i ttousfy Starko reports (the from the top. Across the hallway, i Is t"MMAR" or OUTI1 AFFAi1 COttFnOM notes and mortgages. |
quantities of A !
.cd for England.It cotton. another room, In which slept Miss Pearl DENSRD FROM l'EWI!" DISrATCBB News comes from Marabell, Mo.. that Ipimn
prol1 The wlU.1
agricultural l LAS! little Annie Rosebud and Mrs Tempe tlNC1.B IAM'1I DO(4L"C AND Baobc! a cattle miser living the T+ I

that the oyster industry of the work fr the West. After the slaughter in the firs TH8 CABLB BBtSOS. has been shipping cattle to Mexico roes ti I
appear tion In Florida, and II room, the murderer entered the north .- signed to his partner, II. H. Walker. On 1
:Virginia; like tli.it: of Maryland, is ile- velopments arc west room and there little An of the Monday.men Friday he received an order from Walkernot I

riining} to rich( tin extent M to suggestthe A. A. Parker soil Die, aged ten, had been awakened A the day pnrly in Baltimore to ship any more, as the Mexican I

urgent recd for legislation tocncour* have filed application by tho noise' and ran screaming spent Sat. (government has just placed an import I
establish n national with fear as if she would, hive cs. A heavy northeast Atlantic coast duty of $500 a car on cattle, in total tatius I
ogS planting. called the National ever A aped by the window., She was dealt It urday along the North Chleago-aoout for the McKinley bill. I

--- Mr. F. B. Sflckclt, the rufflanry blow behind the left car, followed The steam fitters of strike 1I10n' John C. Sherwin, of Mason City, Iowa I
The theory that good apple cannot bo has sold his crop of by others on the left temple and 40u in nnmber-wcnt on a who was among the first to tender a dcciI

grown in the South seems, to the St. which will be about on the left side of tho neck. Her far day sate l sionin the original package case allowing I
Stanley
( was horribly distorted, as though she was and Mrs. Henry M.
one to Mr.
the
rw
,
: sell in tho state, Istructs
to now in.
Louis Star to be Wedncs-
Seyinga, dijproven. Ap at in the act of screaming when stricken Teutonic from Liverpool importers
Washington for $3 on the to indict all 1
had the grand jury parties
pies ten lad twelve inches in circumference down. On a bed adjoining lay Rosebud dRY for New York.
Tho municipal he found selling within tho state, and holdi 1
Arc raised an fur toward the equators are making arra06 last aged seven, as if she had never been The English and German iron and steel that the Iowa prohibition law is in fall I
awakened fiend.
by the entrance of the of Interest
Southern Florida. of the population of I A slight stroke on the shoulder showed men spent Sunday visiting places force and effect, tho.recent. decision of I
claim that they have ; his near Washington. the Kansas court to the contrary notI
where the fatal had and
ax ,glanced: i a
t".odllYs
The HcligoUnder has a tingular dislike ccntts gives them : terrible blow behind the left ear showed The extremely high tide the railroad post withstanding.A I

Tho work on the I how well the weapon had dono its work. roused much damage to dispatch from Rondout N. Y.. says: I
to being a soldier; either on land orsca. sonville government Not content with robbing the cradle along tho cost of Massachusetts. The Hudson showed tho highest tide in 1

la the course of ,five yean, in spiteof slowly but surely. the villisn must needs rob the prove, and It is practically settled that the vacancy forty years Sunday. The brickyards I

tempting high pay only four Islanders Dieted next month, His l>y the side of the little girl lay :Mrs. on the supreme court bench will not be suffered enormously. :Millions of brick I

iavo entered the British nary, and one foundation will be Tempe Went, eighty-four years old, will filled until after the meeting of Congressin were lost. The yards' between Roscton 1
The- National Farm her withered .features distorted by two December and Albany are submerged, and the I
of stricken with homesickness
these, Tropical Exposition, ugly wounds, one behind tho left car and Messrs. Dillon and O'Brien left ParH green brick awaiting burning were I
"oonicft the service. next exhibition nt the other in the left temple. All these on Saturday for Havre, whence they will thrown down by the flood. It is eatiI

-- next, beginning on were dealt with the poll of the ax and sail for New York on the steamer La- matod that 4,000,000 brick have been I

'Man! wants but little here below," Is 2, and contlnu ng for the wounds were most horrid. From all Champagne, of the French line. lost in Kingston district. I
pected to draw fifty appearances, neither the old lady nor the Pennsylvania WarI I
in inventor of the
The natural men Richard! Waring,
certainly the motto of some natives In gm
from every state in little girl with her ever knew what struck furnices and bin I
raised tho price of cas to tog underground cable, just returned
India. A man of forty being recently first neck of tho them. Words aro inadequate to pain there is a great kick. The furnace men from a European trip. "While abroad, I

examined before a magistrate; at Banga The surprise of the the picture M those with Tom Woolfolk, declare they will return to coal as a he Arranged for the erection of A number I

lore" stated that ho earned daily a quarterof the figures on tho the only it that living member And of the family them, heater. of factories in Europe, tnado necessary I

Tho growth of the saw morning. among The trouble between the Western ly the new tariff law. The company, I
an anna (about two and ono-half all, Woolfolk' was by far the coolest.
Jacksonville have Union Telegraph Company and the opera. which bas its headquarters in Pittsburg I
cents) by bottling ginger beer( and that the average. A gain tors of St. Louis was amicably: settled Pa., is capitalized to the amount of I

lie was quite satisfied with his wages and for tho state is MOBILE ABLAZE. Wednesday. 1000000. An English company just

(!osition. but few of tho sUtcs Western Union telegraph operators at started abroad, has a capital of 2UO,000

those few lire only tbo t rnfi WHOLE: RIVET FKOST AND ALL TUB St. Paul, Jlinn., ctruck Monday on account pounds. ,

"The: establishment at Pullman of new set in which for tho dircction.tho COTTON WAREHOUSES BCRItCD. of the discharge, a few days ago, A St. Paul Minn, dispatch of Tuesday
pose of sax supposed! to belong to says: The Western Union oflleo at this
| and extensive works for the manufacture by many that tho A Mobile telegram of Sunday says: A the brotherho.d.operators place gives no signs of a strike almost

At electric motors," thinks the Chicago the next decade will fire that began near the river front at the Canada the full forco being at work today. Superintendent
C. W. of the Toronto,
Bunting,
portion to that of tho northeast end of tho city spread rapidly
"an event of than and Gordon Bennett of McMichacl says they are op
MtriJ; more ordinary Nail James
In tho to the cotton warehouses
post. and and
,
presses and have have
Sliturdaybought wiih all business not been
Interest and importance. It moans that greater gain than tho :getting entirely beyond control of the fire Tho New York IfcralJ, on at all hampered by the walkout exceptfor
of Birchall
the age of electricity u a motor for the The (:...plrle department, has, at this writing, in its tho murderer the autobiography paying $1,700 for it. a couple of hours Monday night.
The bureau all cotton warehouses ,
propulsion of street railways is about to census grasp and presses There are altogether twenty-tbrce men
1 count of Florid i, on the river front and back to Royal Advices from Victoria, B. C., say: ,whom
dawn, aud that Chicago will take the result as follows: '(\ street from Bcauregurd to St.Louis streets. 1 I The totnl catch of seals of tho twenty- our while, twelve tho others of quit of were their own discharged accord.A ,.

lead in bringing about the change from 300,433; increase since The buildings consumed so far arc the 1 seven schooners that left Victoria this year
old-fashioned methods." 44 cent. Jacksonville (; I shingle mill threo cotton compresses, from Behrinp sea: and the noithwest coast, dispatch of Tuesday says:
7,050 in 1880 ; baa five cotton warehouses, with 5,000; bales Is 33,510, Valued at about $404,000. Every: steam-fitting establishment in

percent Key West, ) of cotton, tho Gulf City oil mill, the Mobile The Mercantile Cloak Company, at 304 Chicago is idle to-day, all of the union
Edward Palliscr, the well-known la- In 1880; gain 8,118, ico factory, three steamboat, eleven Broadway, New York, fi.ilcd Tuesday. and !).; per cent. of tho non-union mea

ventor of the gun and shot of that name, First district, by i I loaded and five empty freight carat two They confessed judgment for $40,000 in dog out on a strike. John .Morgan,

has written A letter suggesting that in increase! 5,109; in coal and wood cards, a freight .ocpot, favor ('f the Chemical National :Bank. president of the Steam Fitters' Association
: 004; St. John, ) w th a small amount of freight and ail: They did a business of $300,000 a year said in regard to the situation:
"Ie.w of the annual obstruction to com wharves. Tho fire "\Yo have made every effort conceivable
Putnam was nidoJ the
11,100, by
; oldest! in world
1 he man tho h proba
between and America : northwest wind but had it beena to bring about meeting between theunion
i merce Europe Polk, 7,807, ; strong bly Osman, of Covnllovit, Turkey. lie
and
and the mastcis' association
'caused by icebergs, it would be of de. 4,840, Increase point or two nearer tho north, pretty has lived ICO years, nnd has documents
: thus increase much all of the town would have our employers, but Lava been totally
23,020, gone.
elded benefit if could be to it. lie is nn Arabian widower,
an arrangement ( prove "
The loss is .6: OOOO disregarded
with insurance.
312; increase, 1,001); $325,000 and ii. small from
d supported by a pension
entered into between tho English and crease 1,800; Jlrevnrd, tho Sultan. A Pittsburp, Pa., dispatch of Saturday

American Governments to have mcnof- 1,031 { Citrus, 2387.in< ; fpys: The introduction of mining machines -
of 5,134, increase 2,2U6) ; REPORTED ADVERSELY Edward Cooper, of New York and iu the mines of this district ii
the
war cruise during iceberg season Jumesllerdmlln of Ohio civil
my engineers
460 DeSoto ,040, /giving the miners considerable concern.
; ,
the year along tho steamship route 20,755; increase 7,821 ; ; OH WOYAN.UFFRAOE: AND! A PROPOSITION In the employ or the New York and New They find that where twenty or thirty

cross.the northern Atlantic for the purpose decrease 1,774; ( : his TO DISO.UAUFX HEG11OE3. Haven railwDY, were kl.Jed by a train thousand mincls'are in demand to pro
the them off of
'of' destroying those great maisca crease 8,OIlG; Lake, ?, knocking a bridge at East, duce the coal required by the,operators,
The question of woman suffrage was Lynn, Tuesday morning. tlmt this
Lee, 1,418, incrciihe number maybe reduced to ten
Ot Ice. increase 808; Jlnnntee revived in the franchise committee of The pension bureau, on Friday, made thousand if the machines are generallyput

045;' Marion, 20,783, : the Mississippi constitutional convention, a requisition upon tho treasury department into Deration. As n result, the
l'rho Star "A Ken Friday night, which by ono majority for $35,000,000 to meet the
Washington says: Monroe, 18,764, ".f'l" in payment miners contemplate a ciusado against the
'York doctor has upset the traditional 8,203, increase 1,658; of voted not to confer the power upon the of pensions under tho act of June machines.
crease 9,001 Osceola, legislature t .enUmc.ntaot civilization by advancing 122. ; any condition The adverse report will laws, for thu next 111'0 months. THURMAN'S ANNIVERSARY.

the argument that cannibalism would Improve The Alliance .. to be fought when reaches the convention.The Latest reports show that the Pullman
judiciary committee of tho convention A OBASD BANQUET TO BE GIVES THE OLB
the human race morally, mentally The exposition board Palico Car company has paid 17 per cent.
He of President also reported adversely upon the dividends this year. The total asaois of BO LAN.
sad p Jl6 ct.1Jt. argues that pork is siding : : proposition of Mr. Talbot t<> disqualify tho
General company are $43,013,000, tl>e total
Long,
,more demoralizing than a diet of beef,. director from each rd negroes from holding office, as follows : liabilities are 26201.000, and the sur- Advices of Tuesday from Columbia,

that beef Is more demoralizing: than ing while the alliance "That in their opinion provision which plu, mostly invested, is lC,7j2,000. O., says: Several committees, having In
shall disqualify of the citizens thartre
the
that horseflesh than 1 ho majority There preliminary arrangements for
horseflesh; monkeysnd'io Monticello. was a brilliant gathering of Germans ,
of tho state fur holding office on accountof the hurman November
anniversary
: banquet
!; the county directors, at Amberg's theater, New York
on upward through the grades ofanimal race or color would violate tho spirit 13th but
> are busily engaged only
; f ,
them were present Sunday: night, to attend the special I
of tho constitution of the United States. programme -
intelligence until man himself be. a general has been
proxy i W. M. Blitch 1 he of in given in honor of General You programme yet pre
comes his own diet, and on that he would ator Crrsby for ; thereof legislation would provoke congress the enforcement pursuance Moltke's ninetieth birthday. The day attendance pared. The of preparations 1,000. Tho contemplate invitations sa

-,attain the perfect condition. Thcoreti- Baker; U. C. Ways, of the constitutional guarantee to the wo elaborately celebrated in Germany. have ab>iut all been tent out. Favorable

Bally the doctor is no doubt correct and J Cogswell umbla Calhoun 8. ; C. in people of the United Mates of a republican Edwards County bank, of Kinscy, responses have been received from exPnsidcnt -
; C. Young. form of Kan., failed Wednesday. Its
hit argument Is plausible, very plausible, Fouls, Clay; V. A. government. said to exceed liabilities by assets a largo are Governor Cleveland, Senator Carlisle and
Buckner
of lion
but will the learned gentleman argue tot Cross, DeSoto; 8. HESTER'S FIGURES. amount and depositor} will doubtless receive M. Dickinson, of Detroit Kentucky and Thomas;

conclusion on a diet of f Congressmen I bia; D. A. their claims In full. No statements Ewing of New York. The invitation
den N. A, Williams WEEKLY of
; STATEMENT OF TUB KEW OB- assets and liabilities have been
JIad he based any of his calculations on ahepresentatire Smith, Hamilton ; S. E. LEA Ie COTTON EXCHANGE. pored. lire. list includes senators, members of

roast!" borough,: ; W. E. ; The Brotherhood congress, and prominent newspapermen
of
,. A. Baltzcll, Jackson; L. nt The statement of Secretary Hester, of Is opposed to a Locomotive'Encincers from all larts of the
general federation: country. The committee has received
ferson Patrick the New Orleans Cotton Exchange issued
; the
It is calculated that the with brakemen, firemen information
new bridge Robertson, Liberty; J. Sunday, shows that the unprecedentedamount other conductorsand that democratic clubs at IadiaoHpolis -
bur the Hudson at Now York which a railway employes. J. j). jol- Philadelphia Pittsburg.
Newton Sapp, of 40li, :l7 bales of cotton were linE of Atlanta ,
,
Uo.Va
,
rill bo the greatest engineering feat of Lake; C. B. Collins, ) brought into sight during the week, carrying elected third grand assistant on Wednesday Wheeling, Detroit, Cleveland and other
Martin the total market for the engineer of points will send prominent representatives.
'the Manatee; J. I". seas 'n post the brotherhood.A .
will
century cost about $ OOOOOOO. The
occasion will be national in
Carlton, Nassau ; I. M.: ; the 2,000,000 mark. This compares with-
will take ten yean to construct it, and M. II. Porter, Osccola; 893,313: for the corresponding seven days cablegren-from Berlin, says: Nearly character, and Judge Thurman, who will

vDl be a third longer than the East River Pasco; O. L. of lost year. These figures bring up the 20,000 persons took part Saturday nIght be 'eventy-fceven years old on the anniversary -

bridge and feet unlike D, High, Suwanee; W. to excess in tho October movement to 48,089 in a torch-light procession, which inaugurated has written n number of private
twenty higherbut the celebration letters
of the to
Rosa E. Washington more than for the same twenty-four daysof ninetieth prominent Democratic friend
the former; it will be of the cantilever -,; Sumter; J. II. ; October lost season, nnd an increase in anniversary of the biith of Field Marshal Mr. Cleveland will respond to the toast

/ype. Storehouses will be located be. T. Stubbs, Walton; the total in sight to date to 23,724. Tho Count Von Moltke. All classes of people Citizenship in America," and it is expected

death'the .structure. Freight cars Wakulla; a >L amount of the crop brought into sight were represented. i to make all toasts on the programas

will unload ington ; George U. ( from October 1st to the 24th. inclusive, A cable dispatch has been received at I nearly non-political possible. Many
by of chutes into these
means' T. J. William, Polk ; Is 1,870,303, against 1,231,873: the same Ottawa. Ont., from Sir Charles Tupper Republicans are purchasing tickets to the
and ships will load direct from them or Dude; F. A. Hcndrv time last yen, making the total for the announcing the fact that he has forwarded banquet. *

direct to the cars. The grand union dloton, Monroe; John season to date 3,130.037: against 1,900 a petition for a commutation of the A BIG BLAZE. '
lin. Considerable 263 last le r. death sentence of Birchall the murderer
depot of tho -
a Fart structure, will be a
I
ance was transacted. I of F. C Ucnwell, got up in Eng'and! by W WHICH $300,000 WOHTH OF rBOPERTtis
oloasal structure of steel A FEW WILL GO.
of
,
1 the
capable accommodating family of the condemned
the state is to be \\(' maa. SWEPT AWAY.

all the trains that now log and pack log HOBTII CAROLINA'S EXODUS WILL : *nter' New York and Jersey City It shall bo |>aid out by tho THIS TBAB. before the United States supreme court, I. A.big fire waS discovered Friday morning -

.rill be large enough to hold twenty who is also treasurer, that of the Japanese Jugigo. The ques- In the shoe factory of lighten Bros.,
needed or called for. / Inquiry was made Friday of one of the tion ii on the constitutionality of ihe of Itf.pcnill. Miss, and soon the whole
tracks aide side and will be 1300fset
by ..
is to be > New York law but
sioner ap| executive committee of the North Carolina no derision will be ablate A high wind was
in length.A county to attend the Exodus Association at Raleigh auto made until the vacancy eaused by Jus. blowing, and the flames spread from the
take charge of < what would bo the proportions and char. tice Miller's death has been filled. shoe factory to a row of wooden boarding v
:
.
President Rogers was acter of the movement of the blacks this A cable dispatch of Saturday from houses. Before the flames could be checkea -
field for Bel-
philanthropy this country with tho official. of the said the shoe
winter. He that throe or four gradewT: Ex-Queene: Natalie has informed factory had been burned to
states the San Francisco CAronicb, rallronds and stcanu>hii months ego ho was sure there would be a tha Servian regents, that failin"- the ground; also three residences, seven

la the establishment of asylums for epileptics. securing for tho up large exodus, but that the fine crops and in an immediate settlement rewarding thn store and a block of boarding houses.

Although these unfortunates the various woods of consequent better wages now paid have personal relations between herself and Loss estimated: at 300000. Seycral
,
are which Land Commi almo&t removed any desire of the negroesto her aDD, King Alexander she will hundred persons are out of employment
umbered by thousands in this country limo Paris exposition in leave North Carolina. As a result to the skuputhina for Itati faction.appeal 'by the fire, and the town Is in dwtress.

there is not a single asylum for their play ii now ia "" "fonl. : there will bo no repetition of last winter's A Montreal, Can., i he heiviest single loss is onlcizhton's
dispatch of
nutttlngof tho director* when tho blacks rushed Monday shoe factory
treatment. The result U that the epilep- scenes so wildly says: The Dominion $2 5,0'000' and on lumber
government has #
er* was authorized to away to the far south.A purchased four 1OOThe\ factory omn. 1..00..
Mor-Tcnth.
tie children of the who cannot betaka4 i IftA. kinds -r'-" -
poor the secretary of IttJlt" : machines: fir we --0.-----in thu goverument and turned out between 4.000 and
abroad are soon turned out of in- extending him an TOBACCO-COMPANY. printing bureau, and it u altogether 5,0011< pairs of brogans a day. The insnr-

lane aslyuras and hospitals as cured, although ol.uluo prts lit the day t ,xprwition and d \\.ul:110I"l'U: or LOUISVILLE ASD cisIncorpoiiAum irobaMu that a large number more will lioo.ooo Leighton'. property amounts to

they may have received little lI.tcJrfltSo: nJiSU I 'OSII01-1D\TJo. be ordered soon a* these are ia perfect:
working ordtr. THEY GUESS
.benefit Few employers care to hire : C
papers for the tobacco A cablegram of -
them because Tuesday from Berne
they are not to bo
depended
which embraces all Switzerland RECACSErosTMAsTg-OESgnAL: WA3LXS'
THE comjwny) nearly the says: Troubes between the
upon and as a consequence they become tettiiinjf wanhtstsca in Louisville and Cincinnati tilxr*'* and; conservative in the canton na SAID 60.

loafers or criminals.: The men who leave KX-QOVEKSOR :<< and *f which rush has already of Tuino havo broken out afresh and
been filed Several merchants of Bloomington, IlL,
ron CEIMIKAL published, wtre Wednesday have occurred.
Urge Tor the of universities .b-
sums founding Its business embrace tho storing and othertbattalion: of troops has been conducting;: guewiug and Toting schemes

la bear their name could do far more Warrants in the : selling of leaf tobacco and everything patched to the canton to aa):ut in rcstor-dis- in advert sing their business, and fearing

good won they to endow a few asylums ex-Governor Paulson that iteuollv belong to warehousing. The lUg order. that newspapers carrying their advertisements

for epileptics. 'Those who hate esUb- Jordan, proprietor, and capital stock is $4,000,000, one half !\No The steamship Eliza from Palermo Neville might be suppressed, Postmaster
editor of 2'A Miming erred. The principal place of business with 1.038 IialiuM was requested to consult Poatrrus
t shctthe kindergarten system in this burg, 1..., were served are Loumille and Cincinnati and the directory Sew Orleans Sunday on board, wrived at ter-General Wanamaker whether the

.State and the Home for Feeble-minded by a constable from ax which holds till January, includes wharf of the Northeastern morning aithe schemes were prohibited by the lottery
railroad
children have aidedtjsliforula: more than defendant waived a the best known warehousemen in teuniaigraau all and law }Ir. Neville has received letter
bail in the sum of tl, .Jay the two cities The Organ"lUtiOfaW pectors having found came ashore, the in from Attorney General MUler saying that
the) rich men who Lave given of their appearance at the & control nine>tentha of the leaf tobacco sect ihcir pap ep cor- such advertigemects of guessing contests

millions for higher! edacaUoa. ill Pkuadglphia.a.w hit 1 trade in that region areas yeserr AdeUcJmeot. ostler. ot po1icil On the run may ia, for the the newspaper time beiag, be permitted to


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JJUDIJKT; OK FUN.LlttMornts "Dear, dear:gasped, 6lowgo, "what hIt is quits Impossible," ns says lite I AGRICULTURAL essential value to '.' health/ dricfcen.
did yon ,streed.' 80 for Tommy You give hard and fast roles as to quantityand Fowls, animal or biped raised anti- ,-

Cnrq gave mo an awful start..n ," thUG of eating, as so much depend \ fidally never attain that$byical il velopment -<
: FJIOMI "Did I7''chucklcdthewrctch. "WclI.th PRACTICAL HINTS OX IIEDUC1NQFLESH. upon work* exercise and ability of the rones or IXTKUKST: fiLAT1E stamina, hardness" and vigor u
VAltlOUS SOUttUJi /\f what I did it for. Sister Sal Bald person to digest and assimilate food. TO I'AUM AND GAtlDliN. which nature, natural food and natural J

tho other day that when you once got That a diet of fish, fruit, nuts, milk, conditions ever bestow to orpnnie lifd. '

Her AccompJUhmsnt Wanted to Seo seated nothing oa earth seemed able to liotlonft, Herb Acid eg *,sueculents and cheese \'rill.' if maintained The chick from the shell need healthy
: ,
firnff and
It Wot'p ':.dons Go OnAll slart you, an'I thought I'd try my baad. Aostrams Injurlonsot reduce the flesh without destroy. RSMI..M1K Fon rfG8. and nutrition food, plenty o( sunlight-
>ecesaary'o in
Mxht,-Child-llko and V&icajo Timet. Avoid fog;: the general health in the least I Experiment feeding ensilage to nnd fresh air, agreeable exorcise and
Everything One pigs made at the .
know from actual experience. I know were New York SU
Diana, L tc", Utc. Ltkcnl't'ad comfortable nholtef from rain and.. Cold. cIt
THE: JOKE ON THS rr.OFESSOTU Fattening I too, tint it will euro dyspepsia, improve tion at Geneva extending over n period is folly for farmer io>> attempt fob .

ilcrannot A Scotch university professor, irritatedto Lesvos the health: of tho body: and lengthenlife. of about fire mnnthi. Tho ensilage: was: 'Inning the routine of fanciers evl olive in '

Vo fi Mv her roanB'IB life cannot mike: find that his students had got into the Superfluous a dangeroui thing ." 'I finely cut and made from she couldn't bats: for buskin The s
A nnii'e: hoar: ot bred: or role: ; habit of placing their hats and cane on to experiment with; it can bo worked, The revol'illoa: in the mode ot living enough !? following for room and nro obliged to ratso their .
.it UO:5.worn sh?cannot assist. his :icsk-cioak-rooms being at; a pre run down and even; wa'.ked down, but to racy: acm lika &t.uutioo. cad nit ut bulletin have: been jle-wcl front the fowls .Jj an artificial way: They get pood
hall ouch! tiling sue tVjes no stock; r.1iUIU-aonol1UCett that the next ar- resort to drugs is to lay up a grudge that first be attended by prostration as every I I giving the experiments inle.. prices for their l'gLSu"- prime boils
bat tiou't kuovr how to darn tall.
A cradle see! cnuld flavor rofc a-stock; ticla of that kind placed lucre would bo nature will unquestionably Avenge. AVith- cbango is; but the human stomach Ismlln'a and In order to keep them in (presentable
Bat sae's a Sao: iLriationisS. destroyed. For some days all went well, out the slightest pretenses as specialistin best and most obedient slave and':| At first some of the pigs would not condition for sale and exhibition

until tho professor was culled for a moment obesity Mr. Robert Conner bono of can bo trained to digest almost anything cat enough from tho cnsil.i alone to they must supply them with artificially
Bas! cannot make a plata of hash: the best authorities All ono needs is a sufficiency and it docs j I make largo '
in
But sue can dress! !! to cut a dash; front tho class-room. A student tho country on the: thatnItuwasfincplylru ted prepared food and other necessities in ,
She knows' just how to nuke a mash! slipped; into tho retiring-room and subject of corpulency. Did ho caro to not make ,'eryurh difference to the j]I amount over lieu of natural food they would get It
And has a dozen on tho 1st; emergod with the profcu'iorial hatwhich, hang out a sign and receive only office appetite whether tho supply is roast beef I for the piece of corn on tho cob which raised on farms and suburban places and i
A The man who marries her will (get fie placed conspicuously on the deale,' patients he could in ten years realize the and plum pudding or stewed prunes and 'I were at all times firs eaten. Tho cnMlapo allowed freedom. ,

For perfect though jawel rta may richly bq!Ir.t.worthless, vet while his fellows grinned and trembled.The equivalent of the fortuno it has taken tho soft-boiled ess*. It is a fact, however I,' : wa never ail swallowed even There is ono rule of action thd farmer s

Sha Is a flue du-lationist. professor, on returning, saw thu hat, very best years: of his life to accumulate. that with exercise nod what is called tho ,' when fed in very small! quantities', al. must carry out in raising poultry, and r
after the bid
Chicago Fast. thought some! rashly obstmato student Ho says: "natural food1' obesity can: be cured. though grain been eaten that is to give them car and
had: been delivered into his hands, and, "Superfluous fat is either a disease or Tho desired reduction! secured the old \ out the remainder was rbewed.! All of make them comfortable.proper Ito should login -

WASTED TO SE3 IT WORK. taking out his knife, ho cut tho oiIcndin -> a luxury. If the former the causo must Form of mixed diet may be tcsumcdpro- I the pigs were given nearly enough bran with good stock, select tho breeding J

"What's thatl" ,?: thing.to pieces, the whilo vainly attempting be ascertained; if tho latter then all thatis Tided the amount of exercise is in- and middling for fustcnnncc, and some I fowls for vigor and from these raise ,
"That1 a kaleidoscope.; to conceal the smile of triumphthat required is a suspension or diminutionof creased.-JVJrw York World. were fed as much ensilage in addition as I young stock. The Old habit of selecting t

"Is it! When docs it begin to col. played about his countenance. Ho delicacies: early hours less sleep. and I they could eat or chew over, while ethers eggs fr01l\'a promiscuous flock la ,poor
'lade!"JuJge. more work than usual. The King of Rattlesnakes. were fed at the same time, in contrast,
was in a very bad temper: the next day. policy; endeavor to breed to uniformity
.ChatUr.. "Workers arc never tat, for activity i is Tho largest rattlesnake ever seen in corn on the cob. and from a selected pen. Tbo maid '
1 8FACrOnr." % attended by a loss of tissue. Then Georgia: was killed recently In Lee I The results show that with! ensilngo; foundal ionf or success it in healthy: hock,

lie-c
She (as oho accepts another escort)- : A worthy farmer full of fun, ones' itdown. Not all at once, for that! would State General. Phil Cook., I more for production than its market of pork wa value considerably when the :. he Si not influenced by standard rcqulrumcnts. -

"I guess so, if you stand at the head of over-reached a jeweler in some transac derange her system, but according to a The news comes through Phil Cook, .
the street. We shall' turn no cornerBllrlintoia *." tion. The jeweler complained of the way regular system of exercise that increase Jr., a son of tho general. The snake has proportion of ensilage was about seventy When ono is ready to raise chickens to i
fYee Frets.AK he bad been treated. with her strength without in the least terrorized tho neighborhood for years, per cent of the ration. sell and replace the old birds his object
; it. Instead and its death the occasion of When corn took the place of part of
exhausting of speeding her was a jubilee is to raise all ho can conveniently. After
"Weel I'll tell whit I'll dao wi
ye all round tho track the celebration. The snake actual the ensilage tho ensilage forming an average f
OBJECT or E\Y. ," said the farmer. "I'll soil a'mylecvin'stock training begins by selecting tho eggs you want faithful
ye
yc with a quarter. Tho text day half the measurement, was a little over cloven : of forty-four per cent. of the total sitter and ono that is free from Dee and .
Everybody knows tho of that at half-a-croon ahead
r reply I circuit is made the three feet long. It had nineteen rattles and a food, tho gross cost of tho pork with taken y
; following parasites. 1f this precaution to Dot
dyspeptic banker to a beggar who accosting an' I'll let ye como and coont them ycr- ensilage! rated than $1 ? r
him in the streetmuttered in BCIV Quarters and tho fourth the t'oundatthe button. no higher per Into account every chicken in the brood't'
The work is Tho snake has been hunted for ton, was about the same as where no ensilage -
came limitedto
pace. regular years, will become lousy. The hen should ba .
plaintive tones: "I am hungry. The bargain: was struck. The day was ,
fed. JVtw Yvtl, n r/d.
brisk walk. This is and innumerable have been devised was -
a system kept up traps dusted frequently with insect, powder
"Lucky dogl"L* Fija.ro.orEnirioss appointed to count and hand over tho
stock. The grasping jeweler and his with a gradual increase until she is in for hit capture. His don is in an Impenetrable and the chicken examined after hatch

assistants in duo course arrived at the condition. section of the Kinchafoonee nOW TO XARTR: CKLCHT.. leg out. After being well brooded a
I GO ON ALL STOHT.Pirchester farm. They totaled horses, cattle, "Now, this sort of methodical training swamp. Near this is a cypress pond, For homo use and in small quantities, little hard boiled egg and stale bread ", +
up
Pelham-"A prominent sheep, hogs dogs etc. Tho jeweler then would reduce human flesh, restore a and between the swamps and the pond ii the better way is to earth celery a crumbs topped in milk, or broken pieces, }
scientist says that mosquito invariably asked when he would remove tho stock. woman's lines of beauty, and notonly relieve tho road. Hundreds of times his track row at a time. The reason of this Is that of
I',go to sleep at ten o'clock at night." "Bide a wee, bido a wee," said the a man of burdensome tissue, but has been seen across this road. People celery, once bleached thoroughly) whilo da,.. A little dry oatmeal and millet .. E

Morrison Essex-"Then mosquitoesmust farmer; "ye havena seen them a' yet." I perfect his health and develop hIs that had not seen it were loath to believe the earth i* warm and sun hot, is apt to seed for a change, followed with. f

bo somnambulists.-Puck. He then led the party close up to a I strength." tho stories told about it; but the truth rust, if not taken up and used. Among baked oatmeal and johnny cake, crushed,
I dozen beehives, overturned ono of the Mr..Donner advocates regular exercise. finally became established and the Lee ; market men, a certain portion I* earthed wheat or middling and barley meal s ,

TODEB CONTROL.Jawktns I hives with his foot, and, amid the yells The fat woman must get up and move County rattlesnake became famous from up, and when ready sent to market. I baked. Some sharp sand may be placed ,,
o -""How'Henpeck getting on 'of the flying party the farmer was heard about, not eight hours the Brat day but the Atlantic to the Pacific. Every year Hence they have under process all the' around the coop and fresh ,water 'or ,
since his marriage He used to vow that shouting half an boui. She must work, row, the story is reprinted, with timely variations time a portion fit for market, with moro milk: in shallow disho Ia treat of the ,

no woman could ever get ahead of him. : "Coout noo, ye beggars; coont, walk, sweep swing clubs, swim, jumpor to go the round of the press. The on the way. It ia always beat, when tho coop rake the ground so they ca* dust, s4
.
Hagg-"Oh, he's still in tht lead, I coont!"-Chatter. play at some field sport. Whatever snake: has swallowed young pigs chickcm celery i nearly full grown, to keep and at night put a false buttom or bedding .*
\"suppose; but she' behind-holding the the exercise, it must be repeated and rabbits and other small animals and enougn soil down about the plants to to keep thorn oft the cold and damp; ,

'1l'oilLl.-HaJ1'I'r.i Uaiar.CBTLDLIKB lengthened systematically, until she can was dreaded by the colored people like prevent the stalks from spreading./ ground. Those are the main re lait". f
I now IT IMPRESSED THEU. walk from the Battery to the Park or ghost. It was difficult to induce them to That Intended' for fall use will require for young "hir.kenl.--N JVri ibrald*

ARD BLAXD. They lood on the American chore and from Union Squaro to tho Harlem travel the road between tho pond and earthing come two or three weeks before .
gazed in wonder-struck silence at the without fatigue. This is tho : of tho at night.
nor swamp i il fit This however
U for
Doctor-: "Now, little girl, tell me use. entirely
.: what the matter is." majesty and beauty of Niagara. The treatment that is certain to reduce the The snake was found across tho path depends upon tho condition of the atmos rams AND OARDIUT XQTCS.
of feminine and flesh and at tho time benefit tho near the pond by :Mr. Phil Cook. With. I
personification ,
Child-"I is tick at my tummick." grace tamo phere. In hot weather a couple of weeks Prepare to grow more fruit, .
Doctor-"And what made you sick atjour tenderness, she leaned confidingly the general health. out disturbing it Mr. Cook went off' for will bleach it perfectly In the cold days How about siloing this tamDon'
ltomaebl"Child"Oohl"One arm of her husband-her ideal of manly While it is not necessary to starve, I help; returning with three or four colored of fall, double the time may be
a lVte strength and chivalry. Tho glowing sunbeams ovcr-lndulgcnco is detrimental and i along men armed with hoc and clubs. That intended for late winter and nccosairy.springuse & starve stock to save food.
;
danced in the spray that rose like list of edibles is forbidden the Stealing up near thq snake, the men keep better not too well bleached! Show your A 1 stock u tho fair.

A HOPELESS CASE. fair mountains before their eyes radiant would-be thoroughbred. All farinaceous fell upon it with tho hoes and club and when put away for winter. Hence that Bad ilgus-weedy fence corners.
with the gorgeous hues of the rainbow, foods must be given up, and such cherished finally killed it. It was cut open,'and in r
planted latest and small it selected for tho Do not bruise fruit in gathering. _
be dono for tho
"Can nothing more and the falling waters sounded their favorites as sweet peas sweet and it was found a full grown buck rabbit.
prisoner, Mr. Brief eternal monotone in tho ears of their Irish potatoes, beans, green corn, breads, This probably accounts for the dormant purpose.nnd tuckers Before earthing best tbo off loose Place bee in winter quarter early a
leaves are pulled to
"I fear not, sir. listeners) whose hearts beat responsive to rice, tapioca, butter, fats, oils, milk, and comparatively helpless condition of as to leave all clear,straight stalks. Then There i II more profit in feeding' young1, 3,
tiThe legal expedients aro all exhausted its Natures the shako and tbo with which bo animals than chi ones.
deep pulsations. own voice sweets, .pastries, malt drinks and fruity; case was
in tho i la
again, earthing tome care necessary
an they! to them and stirred the wines The diet limited dispatched. sanitarium .
to
spoke profound- boycotted. to keep toil from the heart of the fake you pig pen A hog "'; a
"1\0; but tho prisoner1 money is. cst depths of their being. eggs. soups, lean meats, fish and shelfoods The snake was then thrown across the iilaot, so at to leave the center a free clean, dry, iweetand airy. -
pas.sage
-.Puek. The young husband pressed the little jui y'fruits and lettuce, tomatoes, shoulders of ono of tho colored men and for the new growth. ,A* the pasturage fall, grain or other

hand that lay confidingly on his arm and celery, creases, spinach and onions must carried to the house. Though he was a For small quantities, this 1 Is aided by a food should bo fod corresponding
1 AKXIOUS TO GET HID or mHo smiled on the sweet face upturned to be sparingly indulged in; rare beef, stalwart, muscular man, he staggered loose band of some tying material, whichcan amount rJ
Time 11:30 P. H. his. with ono fruit and ono vegetable, and a under the load.- General Phil Cook says
Young Staylate-"Aw, do you know "Gwendolen," he said, the rapture: of clear soup sufficing fora dinner. It was tho largest rattlesnake he oversaw ceeds.be slipped up as the gruwth pro Secure tho fall have yield of honey in comb,
combs built
llias.Mabel, I wa suddenly carried away his emotions thrilling his voice and shining Another essential is an abundance of or heard of. for future use or 'now :
Ono other earth whilo
,:yesterday by a weal inspiwatlon.11- out through his dark eyes, "does it liquids which are less fattening than At any rate, this is tho'end of the famous the dew or rain thing ha never wetted the up stalk for guide in boxes. l
Iabel"Wero you indeed :Mr. stack up to your expectations:: : solid foods. If an ample dinner is eaten Lee County monster.-Atlanta Contlitution. up Prepare tho bees for winter and see
Dig only u wanted for use. Celery lose
,Staylate I wish you would have a real "Lauucelot"-and her eyes seemed the other meal should be limited to fruits, much of its crispness if exposed long to that all stock are In condition to rare t
about to overflow with of of chocolate clear bee for winter '
inspiration now. -LiJht. excess pent-up a cup soup or warm young
About tho\\'euther.-J'rairi Farnur,
feeling-"it's just tho cutest thing I water, flavored with' limo or lemon Strange Things Man. The larger the animals the larger mint:: .y. -
-
itruckl" Tho European edition of the New the ration which must b.
soT QUITE l'RZPAmtD. ever -Chicago IltraU. juice. be sustenance i' '
J He-"Do ;you think you love me well Sections of tomato, apple, orange or York: Herald publishes the following frruziNo HONES ron MANURE.: deducted from the feed before tM I .
enough to be my wife!" Numbering Thread. I melon served in place of bread will in a communication from the eminent as- Dissolved and finely-ground bones begins j
I
She-"Yes, George." short time overcome all desire for the Ironomcr, Flammarion t make a molt excellent fertilizer for nearly It 1 fa the man or woman, not the '.

I r_ lie-'-Well, I only asked to ascertain When 810 yards of yarn weigh 7000 staff of life, which i* the most fattening "I have just received some new observations all kinds of farm crops. But to reduce as a rule; neither Is It the :state PlOti'1'Y '.''iio...'

how you felt on tho subject, io in caso I grains, a pound of cotton, tho thread- article in the modern diet. concerning the planet Hart fresh or old bones to a fine powder, or to market or climate that causes if :J
ever should want to marry I would know makers mark it No. 1. If 1680 yards It is essential that tBe appetite be restricted made this summer at poise of the princi- dissolve them with acids, J I. an expensive poultry keeping. '
I weigh a pound it is marked a* No. 2. and the meals limited to two. pal observatories of our own planet.They operation, and is rarely attempted exceptby 1
where to wuktu
come.Epoch. Instead of waiting to find oat "lJ31fa
\ ___ For No. 60 yaro, it would take fifty mul. Breakfast at 11 A. u. and dinner at 6 p. teach us some very strange things manufacturer of commercial fertilizers
tho best breed Invest In that anita :
4 tiplied by 840 to weigh a pound. This u., unless engaged in active labor. This It seems that at certain seasons of the ,who have all the machinery necessary one < .'"
A LOXa-FELT WAST.f and it the belt chance Of
i* the whole explanation of the yard will be a difficult matter for a time, but ''car the oceans of the planet Hart are for such work. Whole bones, or even you give possible- )]
I f Newcomb-"It must be a pretty hard measurement aa used by the pool cotton it-means an average reduction of ten divided into two parts,just as if a gigan- I mall pieces the size of walnuts, when Before long yo% will think you have the- )1

struggle for you to support a family of manufacturer The early manufactured pounds a. month. For the person of sedentary tie bridge or bank of sand had been burled in the soil dissolve very slowly, best breed on earth. ;V'

eighteen children." thread was of three instead of six-cord, I habits two meals are ample. Bo- thrown across them from one shore to but no doubt furnish nutriment to the The farmer who denies hit family '

Kiddler-"Ob, I make 'em pay their the number being derived from the num'ber .I fore the flrst a short walk should be taken I the other. root of plant coming in contact; with full supply of egg and chicken Is a failure

way Hiro 'eta out to childless people of yards to the pound just as it is in the open air, and between the two "For instance, there It, among other them; but it would require a number of or worse. They make the cheapest '
who want to take the children to the to-day. No. CO yarn made No. CO thread, must come the hard work of three or five peas on the planet Mar., one situated at ton per acre of such bone to produceany animal food on the1 farm", or at least,that '-
circus to eee the animals."-PucL.: though point of fact tho actual calibre hours taken in a woolen outfit and with the nineteenth degree of longitude, east very marked result. Bone are best adapted to use la the summer. '

of No. 60 thread would equal No. 20 sufficient speed to produce perspiration. of the meridian of zero or twenty-five Iometime dissolved or softened by composting C. P. Goodrich, at a Wisconsin institute s

WASTED IT rs ONE LUMP. yarn, being made of three No. 20 strands There will be days when it wiU not be Icgrtes of longitude In the astral tropic.On with hardwood ashes, and Dr. aid; "I think u good '. grain ration

'No, Charles," said Emma: 'III not twisted together. convenient to get out of doors, and for acconnt of its, isolation, as well a* Nichol., in his "Chemistry of the Farm," a* you can get for cow. i* .one-third, s

go driving; I don't want any ice cream; When the sewing machine came into this period there is no better substitute superficial area, this sea resemble our give the following recipo for preparing bran, one-third ground oat and one-. ,

and you must not send me any candy" the market a* the great thread con.umer. than a "pack," which, however, must be Hank Sea. Hitherto this tea has always a "home-made'1 fertilizer with bone*: third coin meal, all by 'wergh', about 4
"Why not, Emma asked her fiance. unreasoning in its work and inexorablein taken under proper intelligence. The been observed u uniform and nearly "Take 100 pound of bone broken into twelve to fourteen pound to neb cow tw

'Because, Charles, Christmas i* coming its demands for mechanical accuracy, preliminary consists of a two days' fast, circular, but last June Schiaparello, of a* small fragment U possible, pack. them daily."

and-ah-I think you would better six-cord cotton had to ba made in placeof daring which sufficient water may be the Milan Observatory discovered that in a tight cask or box with 100 pound. Shipping coop made ol tight 'plea

save your money for the holiday season.tarp" ." the old and rougher three-cord, it being taken to quench the thirst bat no solid this sea wa cut in two by a yellow of good wood fuhc. Mix! with the ashes and covered with muslin or ,due kin l;}
-! ', 2]tzar.nis. much smoother. As thread number food of any sort. At the end of the fast band, which divide it in two unequal before packing twenty-five pounds of should be constructed ia spare memcnU

I were already established, they were' not the "banter" is rolled in a sheet wrung arts. slaked lime and twelve of sal-soda powdered on rainy days when bar vert in'cr in tha
IKROB. altered for the new article, and No. 09 cut of hot water and covered up in bed "A lake somewhat like our Tscbad fine. It will require about twenty field 1* out of the question," :A-man'

Peddler (in a.conciliatory tone)-"I six-cord and No. 60 three-cord were left with six or seven blanket and comfort wa also noticed to bave been divided gallon of water to saturate the masaad judge your way by your manner of
presume those lovely children in the yardare identical both size and number. To ables. A cold rag placed on the head Into two part. At the came time an excellent more may be added from time to time to shipping
madam effect this the six-cord has to be made of will cool the brain, and it must be the and very,minute observer in Eng- maintain moisture. In two or three
Madam yours, (frigidly)-"I have no. chit yarn twice as fine a* that demanded in duty of the attendant to change the cloth and discovered that fine immense canals weeks the bone will bo broken down. Prepare honey for market. .The development .
of home trade should
dren." making the three-cord variety. The No. u often u it may seem necessary to seduce were also divided into two part by two completely, and the whole may be turned a tat;
borne Io mind at all time
Peddler_"Pardon me; since I see you 60 six-cord i* made of six strand. of No. the temperature of the blood on its straight lines, absolutely parallel to each out upon a floor and mixed with two' A good locaf
market i
more closely I see that the brat could 120 yarn. The three-cord spool cotton way to.the brain. Here the flesh-Uden other, in the tam manner that a certain bushel of dry peat or good soil, and an Reserve important item with alt
producer tufficltnt amountof
not possibly be yours.--Judie. is the same number a* the yarn ia made of. patient ii kept for an hour, if possible, umber of enigmatic canal were noticed after drying it i i. fit for use." Whether when
Six-cord spool cotton is always made perspiring at every pore, with the sensation to have been divided some year ago. It will pay you to nave bones and reduce demand honey, shipping, to meet such .

A 'WISE CATEHBH.Baiter from yarn double its number; Thread is of collapse in every organ. Who. Wbt can these pea, lakes and them by this process, depend upon the
j ordered Iro a simple thing, but, simple as It is, thereare ever unpacks must be able to give the canals: that divide themselves up in this cost of ashes, soda and labor required lathe An authority on sheep, uyii Ii wbaJ>
-"A guest has !* it and each kind manner bet A* inhabitinta of tub earthwe 1 sheep killed by dog* we thoold be
left. 2000 kinds of goe victim a massage treatment or apply sufficient operation, u well u the value of the very
fee on tout and we hsvd': none through hundreds of different procesaei.Nttt friction to stimulate the body into have only our observation and our crop raised on the farm with such fertilizer apt to sprinkle a little change up"the

.What hall I say to him Pork Star healthy action. To prevent possible cold erreitial idea in our mind, and these *.-A'nt\ Yvrk, Sum.CHICKB. carcau and lean it la tap fitld. If...
Proraietor-"Tell him that we have an application of alcohol to the skin is are insufficient to devise what take strycbnlae-kllled dog "was fonn4 KXufc

f some;but that you wouldn't care to of. essential in cold weather. As the woman place in another world, but such dbcov- RArsrxo **. after It would beta order for It* ewua to
. fer them to him. That will give him the A Kemartailo: Arctic Explore will be too weak to dress for a few Ties are none the less worthy of all ourMention. ha been show why the dog wa W4y from home,
There
Impression that you wish to serve him Dr. Naussa, the explorer, is a splendid hours, nourishment must be taken while When will the in chicken breed the
j'.,"_....weU, and at the same the time house.1 it will* Puet.AH keep. specimen of tho Viking, being aix-fort in bed and it will be dangerous tc supply one meter and five centimeters, bring quality of their flesh put, ia thirty egg year production lathe Chicken intended for brtdiag dock,

op the reputation_of high of fair complexion, with light the craving of the appetite. A cup of llarl, still newer to vut"A in beauty and uniformity of color, uy an authority, should sotyb, ptnttc4:

"I. CTffTOHER. blue eyes and speaks English admirably. bouillion is the first thing; then a coupleof Cold Winter Froml..,. and in the cue of fattening readily, but too fast or overfed; rteody, even development .
C5RIASOSABLB He ha already been across Greenland, bit of fresh fiih U preferable J1cuc\bu the
oysters a or a coupleof old in Nw we cannot that there has been
laying to
i country say
It
an
In a shop where birds are stuffed. and ha some thrilling experience to eoft-boiled eggs should be served and that winter come when Its much of improvement ia the way of chick I* made of what it eU ;No mat'

,. "No, I am not at all satisfied. You relate how his boats were nearly are preferable to broiled steak, because England filled and verifies raining chicken., if we except modern ter how flue the stock lI1&yl be from, improper .
';" '" stuffed my poor dear parrot scarcely a crushed by icebergs, and how, at time, they are a smaller tax on the digestive springs the are of experience the Connecticut convenience, arrangement and rare. care will make them in a few gent
In opinion
L' twelvemonth ago, and now aU the feather the cold was so intense (seventy cr I organ Some stewed or fresh fruit will it.weather prophet all lip indicated an Our thicken are lousy to-day u Well a* rration oo better .than the mixed breed

r. *.are coming 011."' eighty degrees below freezing-point) that help u a stimulant and a piece of brown early and notably rigorous winter The ever; they sicken and die now a* fait. u of tLe farm.
'\Vell. madam, :you should give u* awaking in the morning he found his toast be taken if there i An
on may a cravingfor early of the fall cricket and they did thirty year ago if neglected experienced poultry keeper way:;
.. credit for the faithful manner in which head in the sleeping-bag surrounded by a bread. A thin gruel or more soup i* katydid appearance this season the early flock. There i* moro profit nowadays rtisiog t1'l1111&1", in some respects hatching i*'*

we imitate nature What bird did yo'uever crust caused by the freezing of his a much safer drink than a timulaot. lag; of migratory birdie and specially poultry than in time of yore, and it i i. lottery. It you wa eiptrUactd ia.handling

see, no matter of what clime, that breath. Water wa too valuable to bowed Properly ;given a pack will reduce the the early, deluging and prolonged September to this point that WII call especial atten egg by toting them after several I '

, did not moult only; a 1earl"-JII.lJ' for washing purpose, and pa one weight thirty pounds; but to keep from rain, ail presaged the early ad- tion. day incubation, the question ot whether '

,':' occasion the member of the expedition regaining a regular system of exercise vent of winter and a hard and snowy Hone would follow the advice of they are fertile or not 'may; b t deter )

( BX GATE HOC: A STABT. did not wash for two and a half month, mutt be pursued. One of the leading n-.- .'," York SIM. some writer oa Low to raise chicken mined. This 1* Dot all, however. Tbeg

"Why, Tommy, ;you awful boy," laid and daring that time were never out of specialists In the treatment of obesity he would be everLutiagly contriving the ? Buy be fertile tad still pot hatch.
Inter Bailie a* the happy hearted youth their clothe; yet, withal h. Myshei* ZjaLntain that diet has everything to do New York uses annually about !,. mot palatable food for their we.fuiiinjf owing to certain condition governing

leaped from behind the sofa with a blood determined to make another effort to with the discomfort or inconvenience of 00,000 boxes or orange and< about 200,000 ,- and pampering with condiment, developing tha process of incubatloa,_Aa equal sect

curling f creech, and thrust his masked get ctill further north than before.Oacta .-' snr.cfuoutat.. boxes of lemon food, boas meal, ground bell and uniform hat, M well-. a. ** moisture i*

lace into Hr. Slowgo't.! Wtclt. I such like, which: art cf BO permanent sad needed. .

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4' THE :EAST COAST ADVOCATE, 17R DAY, t1\OV. 7, 1890. -----[--..
:::-------- Dr. O. w. HoliBjij of
Cit
fch expectation are well founded } l'ulnt
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4 THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE. + al Bullock will be pn hand ,.aS the The City Dock. The people, fora time, were err and the most dreaded And commonof fir S. F. Oibbd, of Melbourne, II<1
able Representative of his many indignant at the new order of can be handled with certainty town to-day.
admiring friends in this! section. things, and felt that if the matter all diseases suffering ]hnnunl.
to The following
services ore
aotnwAt. mtvorso TO THOPMKKT bEVEL- Ms some
trend.
A I ,
So mote it be. had been tested in the courts they w \n
or TUB I.XMAH RIVEB: AXD When the peoplc-of Indian River will far exceed those of Any previous who registered the Grand tin
ty
LARK WORTH BECTIO!!*. and Titusville their could have compelled the railway of medicine. It .
subscribed
explorer In the irfenoe! night: W. 1. Braddock, Fituia
Street Lights. money to build the citizens dockit company had to deliver their done goods at the as l U to be hoped the hew discovery nil Wm.. rcSplllni.in, Carole. ,111. j t
Office! Washington Avenue, Tituaville; was with the express understanding they formerly not All \1 lontr1: w the "elixir of Dftvls and wife St. Augustine
end of the dock but the law is expensive prove : j
Florida that the town would it ; which excited]
Indian River, keep and uncertain eppeciallywhen life" of Brown-Scqiwrd'n Gibson and wife, Chicago..}, \y, ii;
At the Council meeting last in repair and extend it to the is the, defendant such Interest'a year ago. and C. B. Merrill, Kansas !fity,
Monday the question of street channel as soon as possible. An a corporation'
EVERY FRIDAY. extension and our people submitted and
I'Dt.lSUED lights was considered but as several was contemplated a year
allowed their rights to be usurped. York Market Itci.evr Notice to Cant
members of the Electric ago, but our financial condition The New rnctoSEALED ,
Light Co., who were present, stat I would not admit of an appropriation. Some few of the largest shippersstill The following Is reported, by G. S. proposal will be! reoe
Titnsvfile Second-
rostofllce
tntered at thC Mail Matter. M ed that the concern expected to At this time the urgent necessity persisted in having: their S. Palmer, wholesale commission merchant :\\"or of Titusillc, un L('
have their plant here in the course of its extension is greater goods marked to Titusville, and In fruit and produce, Keado street, rlook p. m.of Thursday, tho 13th rather than surrender their self- for the extension of the clly t\III'k a of 90 days it was decided to lay than ever, and sufficient funds are few York: feet from it. present t rnilnn.. T,."
TERMS!' Invariably In Advance, in hand respect or submit to an injustice utrnrteil iweonHnR to the f.illu .)ne ,. 1tlons
to warrant the d 1800. .
the matter over for that period.If beginning Xov. 81 : Tblrtjr flve three pile bent, ixt,., I
Check, Postal Order' or One and Two Cent electric lights in of the work at once. hauled their goods around to the from center to center, making IHIII.llf|| I
Bv are a certainty .
l'olltagl! Stamps. city dock and transported them in The few arrivals! of oranges today long; no pile to hI' le s than 10 Inrtie- p I' itor \
the near future, it would be follyto Several prominent citizens!' from : plle to 108 of pine, and are to l Ilf 8 I
,One Vear,.,..........j.......................*toM dqwn-rhtT points have their own sail boats. This was an found buyers at remunerative prices, fret Into the ground. "I
Six Months..,.................................1.00 think of erecting street lampsfor their signified unjust discrimination and nn outrage but only strictly fancy sweet fruit, Is.. In Thlrty-flv calls Sx8 drift melt,14 bolt fort Inn ? fc I I Itneil
Three Months,.....,.......................... -M I temporary at this time. willingness to donate liber but the time for to demand such selling from 63.00 to !$,}..-.-) Mlnch to Iron piling i Seventy by stringers M Inch rxm v,,
tingle Copy........j........................... lie f ally to aid the extension to the a remedy ; color from $2.2.: : Tbirty-flve stringers, 4x 10. 10 fmtwerlnif pong \
and ordinary
Bent to any Address In U. 8.or Canada, l'repald channel, saying without hesitation! be applied was not yet ripe. / ns to sUe ; to lie IS/ feet wide, Fire Pl' lcciion. that as they will receive benefit As a rule when a corporation is to $2.7:;. 2x4stnatheelevationof nnil-a-lnlf Inch tulT; railing the on extent I'ftl. "y

Xdltor: ,.................... WAITFB 8. OBAHAX. from the project they do not ex- given an Int'hit will take a yard, Fancy egg plants, Round 2.00, $to 4.00$2.i0'per! '' noI should level give Rn with estimate the present for the 0"wlnrf.0 feet rrr r.t:
pect the entire burden of and this one was no excepiton. bbl. crate. Cucumbers and fin estimate! per ninnlnir foot, if a-Tnhovetho
Associate-Editor A Manager,....C. It.WAtTO*. ? The following letter explains! itself fall Titusville. expenseto Having felt the pulse of the people per bu. crate. S. C. string beAn, $1.00to fttt: feet. Plans and M>I J
of
on Several I may te examined at the Mntnr'n ofli,
and contains much food .for our citizens have also signified and finding that they were inclined $1.50 per crate. w ill he opened by the Town e""I11'11 1 st ti! '

We do not hold onrselvea responsible for tl18flPloloOR thought; : their desire to aid in the project if to submit to unjust treatment The market will open for the shipmentof oil nlnr reserves meeting the on right Thiirular.: to reject the any I3tti nr him i,.1(11 i
hnt we claim tiDELAND Oct. 2: th.Mtrtrn. Work to he tnslbred anil paid for .
of our correspondents > it becomes they decided on a still more tomatoes and beans from Fla. prior nl tl
the right to reject any communication. necessary. certificate of the In rertol'that it Is ,d.OI t,
be written Graham A Walton, Titntrilln No one improvement would doa tyrannical policy, and proceededto to Thanksgiving, and outlook it favora thorough and workmanlike manner.It I
Communications plainly on one for Hide publication of the paper must only and- GEftrtitMEX )u\Vo readied the end !! much to improve the commerceof fortify the position they had ble. n. K. WiMavt, )bEAST

honld.writer's. In name every and ruse address!, he accompanied, not necessarily liy the for I of my rope in this matter of Insurance :Titusville, or stimulate trade to taken by leasing their terminal facilities

publication, but u a guarantee of good faith. on your printing office without securing this point, ns the 'extension of the on Indian River to a favor-

a policy for you. I regret my 'failure city dock. Let the, work begin ed steamboat line, and took the I INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK COAST TRANSPOSl:)

ADVERTISING HATES' very much on your account, but have and be carried' forward energetically absurd position that their line did ,

done my best for you., Your town has economically and as substantially not extend-further than the town FLA. TION COMPANY
PER YEAH. built BO fast, and the number of wooden as possible. depot in Titusville, notwithstanding : TITUSVILLI3,

One Inch,.......................$1000 buildings liable to by one fire I Is they were chartered to run to -
Two Inch.......................15.00 go so Indian River and the principal
Three Inch,...................... 20.00 great that they are drawing; the linen on The OFFICIAL STATEMENTAs The following schedule w III go in el |
Four Inch................"...... MOO mo very close. If your people would Railway Company'sPosition. object in constructing: the road :Nov. Sid.
Five Inch, or Quarter Col.,...... 3000 put In a steam fire engine and a fire department was to top our beautiful stream. rendered State Comptroller Xov. 1,1800.BFHOIBCKS The steamer J W.
Half Column..................>.. 6500Whole could Its cost In This lease was n mere subterfuge Sweeney win ]let
Column,......-.........100.00 you nave drawn for the sole of at New Smyrna every Monday, Wcdneid 1
purpose ,
decreased of
rates Insurance
very soon. and 8 ]
at A.M.
For Bin Months,divide the'yearly rate t>y two Very respectfully The'p ople of the Indian Ilfver tempting to evade any effort of the Loans and discounts...................ei .4M 16 Friday stop at nil lot
t and add 10 per cent.. yours country were certainly under obligations R. R. Commission to assume juris Overdrafts............................... 1,47181 mediate points, and airive' at :TIK'kkd:
For Three Months, divide;the yearly rate l 1'y SILAS B. WBIOIIT,. Agent. to the J., T, & K. W. Ry diction over that part of their road Ranking Home.......................... 0,01833 at I 5 P. M.Returning.
tour, and a Co, when they ga"e18 railway constructed from from the shoreto Stork and. 00 leave Kockledge every Til
Our Sidewalks.Our .
Each Local Insertion Advertisements, 'Ten Cents Tcr Line communications with the outside the channel of Indian River.A Expense account,...................:... ],3l;.& K day, Thursday and Saturday at 8 A.)

raid Heading Matter not In Local New," world, about five years ago; and competing steamboat line has Cash and sight. ]R,!O-& 4? and arrive at New Smyrna at ;3 P. :it.COSSFCTIOXS .

Columns,Five Cents 1'or Line Each Insertion. sidewalks are in n wretched even at this time it would be un been organized, and money has Total......... S111.W. 63

Legal Advertisements at Legal Rates. condition, and each property, owner grateful if we failed to acknowledge been spent on the presumptionthat ILt.IIILITUSI With,A. & W. R.. R. at New Sinn,I
should consider it ,his duty to points st. JuLl
All the above rates are for one edition per Capital Stock l'ahlln..I.............$23,00000 Clydes
week. go to work and put them in good ,ted by the construction of their are free to competition, and the Surplus .Fund....... .................. COO 00 liver[ Line, and Clydes SteamshIp LIlli! l lR.
collected repair at once. A dilapidated roads As a result of the outlet belief that the R. R. Commissionhave Un.1Jvhle'll'J'nllt.+....................... 3,1:4830Demand : I' PADDISON O. F. FAbhl'et.
fST Bllll monthly sidewalk in front of your house! they gave us/ Brevard and'Dade the power to enforce their Depiwlw, ...................... 0,4427: : Gnl Jtgr. Genl. Frt. & rasa
Check be made to "Graham Ay
& Walton., etc." may payable speaks volumes for. the slipshod, counties hatedeveloped far more orders-:that law is even stronger Total.........SI1I.MJ
non-progressive character of the rapidly than 'they could possibly than a "defiant railroad corporation.

Indebted rvhierehnnte will oblige and ns all presenting others to whom their we bills are occupant or owner of the premises. have done without an outlet by. The people promised,the new linea I,Win. ;M. llrowu Calder of the above-named The merchants and shippers IRiver

the let of every month for prompt settlement. Very little lumber and a few min.utes rail., Our people saw ,the benefitto portion of their freight months !lank..lo ole'uuly swear that the above Statement who wish to patronize the Ant I
work will, In most cases, worka be derived from the construction ago, and more recently have signified -' belief..Is true to the best of my knowledge and monopoly line, will please ad vino tkl

wondrous change. In some instances of the road, and were very their intention of giving it WHo M. Hitowx, consignors to mark their goods i..
Address all communications to an entirely new walk is liberal in donating their lands to all of their patronage. Cashier. Clj de LIne care of A. tit W. Ry. and E.CJ
EAST COAST ADVOCATE, needed and in that if it be insure'its completion, and, duringthe Correct Attest I.hH.I'RI''UAltO
case This feelingha's been promptedand T. Co. or Via Clyde LIne care of E. C T|
TITUSVII.LK:, FLORIDA. I constructed of 2in. plank, while past few year, have patronized stimulated. by the arrogant W. II. lUR'srir, Co., Blue Spring
r.O.Dox,222. the first cost may be a little high; it liberally. They- are still willIng and tyrannical methods of the W.8. GRAHAM. %

experience has shown that they to''support the ,road to any railway company, and as usual the Sworn to and subscribed before me, this 5th ,
will be more economical in the end. reasonable extent, provided the people are with the under dog in lay of November,18UO. THE TRAVELERS,

These remarks only apply to our management will give to them a the fight, and are lovers of fair Gro. ;M. ItoHBtvs,
citizen! In the case of nonresidents service such as their growing Importance play. Notary lubllc. Jacksonville, Florida!

L O the Council will have to take should receive. If the railway company desire -

steps to notify them of the condition Our freight and passenger, traf to give special privileges to the I.
of the walks in front of their fib has doubled within the last three R .. a---.f The Travelers, comer Day and Cedar
R. S. B. Co., or rent them a ... mVrm ,
4 portion H.;r -"" streets, Jacksonville, 1a.. A new brick
s property, and compel them to repair years, but the railroad, instead of of their terminal, no one could ftJ ; $ hotel, nearest to all railroad stations aDd
at once ; but with those who keeping pace with its increased object. They have rented Mr. 'O :3.: .; a- Ciii steamboat landings. Especially adapt!I

live among us it should not be a business,'gives us no better, if as Brady, who is a large shipper, special S3I: to transient buslnens. Elegantly far I Inislied
matter a's their service it did when its -3. g-2. rooms, single or en' twti>. Tab! I
compulsory own good, as warehouse privileges at the 11 I
'I 1 ns good ns the best. ThU hotel was bull;,
self-respect and local pride should offices were first opened. town depot, but no one could or 0 1SQ ;. Oiyog furnished and operated as a $3.00 a daj] I
prompt them to make the necessary During the first year of their would object to his enjoyment of =! CD house; rates are now reduced to $2.0011
f,; OiA day, while the service is better than ever. I
repairs at
once.
exltence'they! had an agent at the same. But if they were to leaseto A
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m Breakfast from 0 to 0 lunch from 11to
their principal station-the headof Mr. Brady all of their depot s Olll.t'I ... .--.. I 2:30: ; dinner from 5;:30 to 730. ThIs I

4 Town Finances. the wharf-and down-the-river grounds, to the exclusion of the :: ;; :- the only hotel In Jacksonville serving I
shippers could send their boats to general public, it would be another ... ; : 0 regular meals at these hours. All others
I this point, and receive their freight. matter. As long as the special 0. :::1.0''J=') ''' '" are at least one hour later. Use the

The new Council enter upon Our river was'free to competition, privileges of Mr. Brady do not interfere =" t.:.". f/J '0" tH t"\1--" cents Travelers on each omnibus person, the each tickets way.' save $ \

For Senator : their term of office with the town and the people were happy. with the rights of the gen. 0"' ama p ..,;aO
finances in excellent condition. By degrees all this changed. eral public no fault can be found, g: Burton K. Barrs,
. an R :: Ncr
HILK CALL, THE PEOPLE'S FRIEND. Certain stockholders of the railway and if the railway company were :: m C'C 10 Proprietor. I
c: ;
We are virtually out of debt ;
as com panrealizing that the to give to the Indian River Steam If ocmbm
there is sufficient money on hand transportation business of the In- boat Co. special privileges at the =0= &

THE majority of A, A. Stewart to pay the few bills that have accumulated dian River was of considerable end of their dock, or lease them a 01J 0 i. : ty Eau Gallie Meat Markets !

must be very gratifying to that during the past few importance, and destined in a few portion of their terminal, no one
gentleman. It looks as if the people weeks. years to become Immense, saw an would object. so loner as the general LJ O- 2 -
had found out that he is public were provided with reasonable LJ I :-0 a f-\"I'"
just a opportunity to increase their t--
the few months .. t+ All kinds of Meat |
next fresh
pretty good clerk of the Court af. During wealth, not only by the haul from facilities for the receipt ct- a! ;

ter all. '"All's well that ends well ;" from $1,500 to $2,000 will be col- Titusville north, but to add the and delivery of freight, but to i'" -S e-- and

but it looked rather dubious for lected from taxes, and several hun. river transportation to their sys lease their ,entire terminal facili LI 00 n ; t"Ct = Vegetables,

the gentleman in question, about dred dollars from licenses. After tem. This was not contemplatedwhen ties to any one concern and enter 0 to C1Q. Ice, etc., for Sale.
two months the charter into a compact to discriminate O .
and
ago.
was granted
reserving $1,000, which will bea 3 FAMILY ADD>
say when our people'welcomed the iron against all other, lines is an out ORDERS SOLICITED
THE battle In Pennsylvania was sufficient amount to meet run. horse they did not suppose for a rage and in direct conflict with l ] PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.

quite close, and the result is not ning expenses until the first of moment that they would have to the laws of the State. The monopoly e 0 gr.-a !-,- CJ. J. YOUNG

vet quite certain ; but it looks as next October, there will be, about submit to a.monopoly of the river has assumed a position the ..I. po C". ':) 8 .
If Matt. Quay is likely to need a $1,000 left to expend for town im business by a railway company. people will not tolerate, and the 1 Manager.II
little more of the balmy air of our provements. Last year the old They only contemplated railway sooner they gracefully submit to -- ---- -

beautiful river this winter than Council felt rich when it had $100 communication the river; the the ruling of the R. R. Commission

usual, to calm his troubled breast. to expend in opening ditches, repairing water transportation would take the sooner they will win ON E Mew

To use a homely expression, he is bridges and crossings, etc. care of itself. If they could get their way back to popular favor
"badly hacked." Every tax-payer will pay taxes their goods to Titusville, they I. and secure a liberal share of patronage

cheerfully if he can see results could easily get them from that I from the shippers. s

IT is now "The Hon. II. 1<'. At- from their expenditure in town im. point to their homes. By degrees a

klnqon. May bill record prove provements. The unfortunate investment this'right was taken from them.
To Conquer Consumption.
him worthy of the title, and an of nearly $2,000 in the The Indian River Steamboat Company A ACINEtiWIS.
honor to his county. There is artesian well, and the heavy ex. was organized by men skilled -

plenty of work to be done at the penses incident to the quarantine, in monopolistic theories, whose influence The telegraphic reports of the discovery mY-A

next session of the Legislature, which came about the same time, as heavy stockholders in by Dr. Koch, of Berlin of a positivecure _
and an able and ambitious repro.tentative left the town badly in debt, and the railway company placed themin for advanced cases of tuberculoses,

will not lack for oppor. many of our best citizens have a position to secure special, or or hereditary consumption, hat startled
tunlties to render valuable and been unable to understand why so rather, exclusive wharf privilegesat the medical world. The detail of his

meritorious services to his constituents little has been done in the way of the railway terminal and soon method have not yet been made public,

and win their gratitude. improving the town during the I. our shippers were surprised by an but a treatise on the subject will be read
past two years ; but if they will order from headquarters, provid before the Berlin academy of meUk-Uie
EVEBT Democrat must feel consider for a moment that an in. ing that all freight for down-rher at its December meeting, and will command

proud as the results of last Tues debtedness of nearly $2,000 hasbeen points, not intended for transportation Intense interest from all part of LOGLUMBERYARD & eITYTRUCRSSPR1NG.WAGONspr
day's election come rolling in. It wiped out during tha( period, ua the boats, of the I. R. S. both hemisphere Dr. Koch la proba sftLL.4IYLEs.-

is plain that the American people and that the entire income from B. Co., be delivered at the Titus boy the most eminent pathologist and

do not approve of the methodsof all the sources has only been about ville town depot, a place where mlcroscopist In the world, and has devoted KT ...
Benj. JIarrison, Headsman $3,500, they will readily see that nothing but the freight for this much of his time during the last till;!aliI PAT LADJE 'CtWgE':.
Clarkson, Tyrant Reed and Tariff our city fathers have practised the town had been delivered heretofore twenty yearn experimenting with diseased T

JIcKlnley. it is settled that the strictest economy A new era has This was a great blow to tang tissue, and warn the first to call .tV'mKuBA.LU. 'I
long-suffering minority of last dawned at last and the municipal. down-rlver shippers and to the attention, about ten years ago, to the )-_
session will rule the lower houseof ity, like its citizens, is now in better I men who had been making an honest baccUIuB microbe peculiar to consumption

Congress when it' gets down condition to make improve livelihood by transporting and ia not likely to take an exaggerated FISH BRSWAC otI Cg.RACIN .

to business again and that Gener ments'than at any former time. freight in their sail boats. view of the value of his discov-
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.THE EAST. COAST ADVOCAtlJ;, FRIDAY, fcOV. 7, 1890 ,'" '5 u'
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Indian Riyer

Sash : 'I
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Lumber ---41 HARDW'ARE

Doors &'Blinds.CJ..OChCl.J

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TITUSVILLE, FLA. IT. T. BUDGE: Titiisville, Fn. ;

KASSOX, [anager. pd declst : .,
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Somo bread-makers claim that salt or JUSTICE INDIAN RIVER STEAMBOAT Profesizlotu11 Ct\1.tf-t. I :auinax's1'a 1'a 1'aNewspaper' L

i meal Is better than soap for washing the Pre. 17. Pre. 4. Pro.- Tot ,,

THE ELECTION. hands before mixing bread, and most Lain P. Ely, 15 0 2 17. COMPANY TI* GAULDEN: s
bread-eaters will endorse tho opinion.Oil C H. Stewart, 3 8 0 11. .

of peppermint In water diluted even G. I. Metcaif, 4 3 1 8. ATTORXKY-AT-LAW 1

to one part in one million will kill cockroaches COS!TAHLE.Pro. '
TITl'SVlI.t.K, }1.6JAS *: Subscription Agency. %
in an hour, they dying of con. 17. Pro. 4. Pre.-.. Tot. _
REAT DEMOCRATIC Vnlsion. One of tho ol1I\'cd. WKPABTUiR: & ARRIVAL OF 8TKAMKHS.:
GAINS, drop M. G. Emil, 0 0 1 7. T. SANDERS, ,
der 1\ bell jar coveting cultivation of C. F. McBilde, \I 0 3 12. Steamers leave Titusvllle daily, except THE PIONEER AGENCY.For '
cholera baccilll will kill both baccilli anspores J.J.PI.tyncol.(: ( ) 1 11 0 12.
: :10 at McUHHirno TTOnXEY.A-LAW, -
in forty-eight hour Sunday at 5: a.m arriving '
,. Only\ two or three votes were misplayed at 1 p. m. Returning leave Mclboutno nt M'lll urnHlw In all the Courts of tho Pen nlh terms and sntnplo coplos'addWssC1IAS. '
and only a few Republican tickets Juillclnl Circuit of Florid... '
Telegraphic ,
despatches from rellabloureea A Caution to Those Who arc scratched ones 1 'p.m., arriving nt Tltusvlllo about 7 r. o. iinx,zav' rt"sviLt.B}:, FIA.Money H. NAUJIAX/rtTiBViiXB 1..0.,
; : were and no Democratic
show that last
Tuesday was n Fond of the Ilottlc.He I P. m. to t.onn 1 Hrvvard county .'\1\: 1
Ml letter day for the l>cmol'rlas were scratched. Sonia' of the partl'eswho

tclmssott Voted in the piiiimiles voted Leave Melbourne MondaysVednesday: (1EnnosN.Ronntxs. M'ALTKR S.1JOBIUSS U II.'11.\M. .
*, Pennsylvania and Connect! J. :\[. Sunders Co.
But elect Democratic\ governors, and con Had n..tt..1' Hare Brvn A Tcetnlaler straight Republicano liolicve. Wo anti Fild.iys at 1 p. m. an'h ing at Jupiter : GRAHAM, ,

regional gains are reported from every A I'ruhlliUIun AI.Jt.i..nt. give the vote below: at 8 a. 11next mornihg. Returning Dealer In

Hint of the Even Bloxlmni 17 ball 17. leave Jupiter Tuesdays, Thursdays !and ATTORXEYS-AT-LAW,
compass Kansas will i Comptroller: ; : DRY GOODS NOTIONS
\'II.U.l1l1)VI\l'11 Co. Fluilil.i.p. .
ttt'Melbomnu ;
tecnd several of Hher' Court: Mabry 17 Chap Saturdays: nt 12 noon, arriving -
congressmen the right We heart story at tho Indian Judge Supreme ; o. n>x,2so. ,

tamp. Hotel the other night tfiat neatly turned len 18. Representative: Atkinson, 10; at 7 a. m. next moming. \\Ill jirncl Icfl In all the nuntirrif the Ssirnth CROCKERY, I

;The next house will have a Democratic! our stomach, and we hope that no one Branch, 2(1.( Clerk; Stewart, 17i;. lll'al. The St. Lucto leaves Titusvlllo about Cln-tilt* and In: the Supreme and Cunrt.IVrfortlnff Hiwolnl lend fnrllltlc 8ADDLKUY: : F

jority of at least fifty, and MiInley who has a weak sttnn.uh will read this! lieixl: 20. Shorilt: I'.owman, 17; Simmons 0:00: Monday mornings, calling: nt UockIwl Tltlm. ('orreimndemw. m>lli'!te the tar1T III it 1 20. Assevior: Si\a(lets, 10);; Jerome direct'fun wla""ll1olr to Pn nl"li irants. '
great reformer w but pass over. :o and Melbourne[ on the Money to Ixwn.TR. I FAMILY MEDICINES, l

tire to private life, being defeated by It waft about a Boston drummer-am ; 18. Collector: Hall 17; Wilbur, to Jiipitcrjou; i-eturnflip, Saturdays, GARDEN SEEDS

00 majority, notwithstanding the des- good drummers come front Boston some- 20. Treasurer: Ray: 10; Bowers, 18.. she comes light through to Tltusvlllo, CIIOICI1 GKOGllltlES,
Member of Congress! : Bullock, 1(1( ; !Stripling M. D. I.. DODSOX, '
J Jerato efforts mairb to secure his re- timci-who had been traveling in Main, 21. arriving here about 7 a. in. Sunday! HAY, CORN, MAPES' 'FKRTILIZKRS,

Ice tion. and not knowing 'tho ropes1' had 1 fane I. W, II. WATOOS! Supt. I FINE PATENT FLOUR +

',General Bullock is elected by aJwi to."wet. Ids whistle" "lIilo In the State, ;Blaster' Snip. SPECIALIST IN OPERATIVE: :HUKGI : Ooooct, F1.or:1Cla.: t

,000 majority, of which number over and was returning to Boston. At Portland Under and by virtue of a decree of CAL A: MECHANICAL DENTISTRY:: ,, ,

BOO comes Horn Jlre\anL the ,drummer made an ineffectual; fou'loMiro and sale rendered by time judge GEO. ALTREE,
of the Circuit Court of tho :Seventh Jutli-. TtTfSMU.E FI.omn.\ C. J. IIECTOR
The entire ,State and county ticket attempt to secure a drink, but got not! clal Circuit Florida,sitting I In chancery BROKER AND COMMISSION AGENT I ,

vere elected by largely-increased ma- Ing stronger than hop beer Ho returnedto at chambers, for tho county of Brovan, Denier In General "
orltlcs.i the train in a despondent mood, and dated the 2nd day of August, A. D. 18\10\ Titusvillo, Flu. LA RUB P ELT, C eroh.und1aeDielbourne
In a certain cause wherein Amon I). Kloiiil M: : :
for Pianos and
the that Agent Organs;
:!i AU the! county bfllcws aio,safe: by largo meditating on tyranny sompeople l'1U1I11I complainant. and Alfred H. Tra! Brick and Lime New Process (lanolli JUSTICE TIn: PEACE'17nt 1)ISTnotary IR.
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submit to In having their diet lut 1lo for ttta Stale at << ,
'iiajorities-in the neighborhood! of 250.; ford and Jessie !>: TraiTord et al are'dfendantu <- Stove that rnnnot explode. > targe.Contrnrtnr '.

.:Atkinson's majority' will beat least regulated by law, when ho saw an oM I will sell at publlo outcry, In Will at all times handle every ,lIHI'I'Ilt10n hittural and rinl Iliilldor.h a of Hjioiilalty.o\'rrMI: ;yean' cxiirleiiio. -
lady ou the seat in front of him slyly front of the Court House door of Tituiiilu of New and I \l'conlll1anlt Furnltun NKMlOt'RNE FIJI,
Our space will not permit of a de-< take black flask from her lips and putIt \ ;; Brovard county, Florida, on the I In fact will get anything to supply the Hats, Shoes, Clothing,Dry Goods

tiled statement of tho vote by precincts, first Monday in October, dining the It- wants of tho People.Tradesmen's PLAIN SEWING NEEDLEWORK AND "
It is Buflkleut to say that the entire to her lips. gal hours of sale for cash, to the highest Soiled! Stocks Disposed I.f. Just Arrived., Splendid ,<( Portland tho traIn bidder\ the following described real Will sell Commission EMBROIDERY.
Soon after leaving on by pilviito treaty OILS PALNT8 HAItnWARE LEAD
b ,
State and,county tickets are elected y, estate towluA I ,
entered tunnol and the drummer took or Public Auction, anything you want
Majorities which leave nothing iliiceiUain. a tract of land shown on the map of to turn Into MRS. ANNIE SIMMONS offers her DRUGS, GROCERIES, GRAINOf
this opportunity, while all was in darkness Robbins tit Gniham's addition to Tituivillo money.Cash \' In the nbovo line to tho
Goods absolute lino of
advanced on for all kinds; and In fact n, full
4! to reach over and get the flask, as lot twenty-eight, Raid lot having salu.HODGES. Ladies of attention.Titus\llio.! Prlcos moderatiPrompt everything. Call and examine-,. 11
from ho hastily took a deep potation a frontage of sixty feet on MaIno street
and running hack a depth of eighty. llmuf,Main Street, veer ire .'....torT. I 0
and returned to the satchel.
eight feet; said map of Robbins tit: On- 3" w. Rogors
bottle seemed of & GODFREY William: : : : hutoll; ,
F LATEST TELEGRAMS The liquor in tho 1\ ham's addition is now on record in the ,

most peculiar: kind-a brand he did not CU-tk's olllce of Brevard county, or 110 Druyiunn. DKALEU: IN CLOTHING
much of above described property 1\8 Manufacturers of Hauling done at reoHonahlo rntvs. At- '
know although ho was a good judge.of
Hat
Gents Shoes
FRIDAY :MORNING, 11::00. will bo sufliciont to satisfy said! decree tends all departing, and meets all arrive Furnishing Goods '
Intact the" drummer could not
liquor and costs of sale. Pui'chasers to pay Yellow Pine Lumber ing trains. Trunks Valises
Latest returns from olectionsln northern remember ever tasting its like bcfonHe for titles Ordeis left with O. D. Rumph or at Caps, Umbrellas, ,

t States: began to ruminate upon it, when the J..P. Tl'RXKK, norou A PIIEBSED, ADVOCATE oQlco will revolve prompt FINE CIGARS, Etc 1,

horrid thought trashed upon him that Special Master. Orange Ilnx IIoiulii, attention The only house In town making a, spo
:McKinley Is defeated by 200 to 300 RonuiNS & GRXRAM, Fruit A Vegetable Crete. clalty of Gents. Furnishing Good
perhaps it was poiaon. Hastily touching Lumber lullvorf I at any part of Indian River A. roBohor
Solicitors for Complainant.This : :
f majority. on thou 'h Mil of ItiitlnKAnyone I'Ontcllllll\t- Drop In and examine my stock, and ;
lie
old the shoulder k
the lady on sale Is postponed until Monday, Ina Imilillnir on the Kant Coast,wniiM ilo well I to TITUSV1LLE, FLA., comparo pilcuH Cash customers command

The Democrats claim a majority In asked bar to tell him what kind of med the third day of November, A. D. 18W, J.write,T.&fur 1C.,rleue.W. lay The.B miles Hawmlll south of militated 1'a1"lka.on the Keeps a full supply of Metallic and every consideration competitors r

)Congress rf from 100 to 150.: cine sho hail In her flask. She wa I the same being: tho first Monday In tile Allontli Cocoa E. Stlllngj;Eau fj llle, KugoiHrulnenl. Wooden claim to confer. ?x
somewhat Indignant at his curiosity, but month owo.|." Collins/ Cases and Caskets Call when convenient, First door

; ;U.UWII4. told him it was not medicine! ; that she had J. I'. TntsEn, SntHuIIUJllghts, INitnnii co., Flu. Funerals attended if dcnlrod.. All odors south of ADVOCATE office. ,4DIXON&

and carried this flask along Special Master. promptly executed, and at roasoi.
consumption
The_ Chicago Tribune (Rep.), to-day, able rates, Embalming done. jI
to expectorate In. The above sale Is postponed until :
.finds the result >in the State legislature EDEN GRAY
Ourdrummer signed the pledge all Monday, the first day of J>ocl'mber.IS00the P. EJALL: ,
to be as follows: Senate, Republicans, soon a* he arrived in Boston, and ban same being the first Monday In the In '

; 27; Democrats,.24; House, Republican, since drank nothing but pure water. month. CONTRACTOR & BUILDER, Drugs Chemicals, Perfumery, Toilet
J. P. Tuns EH,
73 Democrats, .70; farmers, 2. TitUHvillo Fla. Articles! Fins
; I3.tt Special Master. I PINEAPPLE Soaps, Stationery, ,+r:

This would make a tie In the government Melbourne. Estimates furnished on appllratlor JEWELRY, 4,

ballot. Master's Sale. Correspondence and patronage nollclteiIHino! SPECTACLES"' '

ruder and liy virtue of.s decree of forerlncun SEWING MACHINES.
There is a prospect of the Democrats [The ADVOCATE office is fully equipped and sale! rendered liy the Judge of the Circuit pLANTATION. 3MC. I=. Guns, Pistols. Sewing Machines' and, J
for doing all kinds of job work. Giveua Court of the Seventh Judicial Circuit: of Florid., IDULZXZXOllfBRICKLAYER Machinery Repaired. Watches Clock
in Hardli '
another
gaining representative sitting in Chancery,at hauilieni,for the county]
a trial] of llrevard, dated the 2Hth day of October A.U. & PLASTERER and Jewelry a Specialty. p
"county.; This :would give General Jno. Ire, In a certain otiue wherein Lucinda Tuttle T. :33.: R:1oharCls: School hocks and School Supplies, '"'
Very cool weather the past week, bnt h complainant and J. U. Macdonell and Mattie
M.Palmer a majority of 1. fro t. I>. MacdMnell. hi* wife i II.C. Carter and Liiclri Eden Indian River Florida. ft Subscriptions taken at publisher price
no Carter bU wife; and Charlie Miller are defend. TltUBvillo, FIn. for Newspapers, Hooks, Magazines, etc v

I Senator Farwell Republican, says In Miss C.! Marsh returned Saturday from anti C'ourt-houite; i will sell dunr at of nnlillo Tltu.t outcry'illo l llrevard/ in front county of the Work contracted for on any part of Prescription carefully compounded at,

regard to the legislature: her summer north. Florida, on the lint Monday In December, A.t>. Indian River. 8Jno any time, day or night.' 1 t,
Jets during the Legal houra of cab for cash f KNOX the Painter
"According to the latest and most reliable Ducks have come la great numbers, the blcheit bidder the folluwlnK-Uewirlbed real 1
MUte, to-wltt
news from Chairman Jones, I will fleeing from the wrath to come- In the town of Tltnavllle, beginning on the Will do any and AI.L KIND of PAINT. McAllister, Drugs, YPatent
corner of llrnad and l uion street; thence running -
.. not be the next Senator from Illinois., Letters from West Virginia report !3 cant along the Hide of Broad street 4'J-IC H O, such as House and Sign Work, '

/ and'Jnd. M. Palmer will."-. inches of now on the 27th of October, feet;to thence tile east south aide A3 2-in of feet I-einon( thence.treet we.t| thence 4i>-:KFeet Graining In Distemper or Oil Contractor for :: Medicine a

and later plenty of ice and snow. north along the etut tide of Lemon street Kt-'Jt: Colors; Paper Hanging .or I .
The indications now point to the election Feet to the point of beginning, laid lot being In Work Artesian Wells Elegant Perfumery and Toilet Articles
of IL W. .Snow Democratic The public school began operations the: new ubdivlon of block 4, of the town of Stencil Antique sit' ,
over
ritUTille. Ho much of the ahove-d crlbe Payson, Republican, from the 9th District Monday. The preceptress is a young property will he aold u i. sufficient to aatUf] Kept constantly on hand at J
'from I laid decree amounting to'2i lady Kentucky. of tale pruveedlngi Special attention to Natural Wood el-Omo)
and returnedto J. P. TuKsm. ; J. 33. Screveix's a..
Mrs. E. Valentine family I Special Master Finish. I .
OHIO. St. Paul Minn., on Thursday. We I ROBBIXI Oa4 .K. AU articles of Furniture made to look I T M DOBSON & COMPT '
Solicitor for complainant. 1J-M as well as new. Estimates and work ,,, DRUG BTOIU& ,
:McKinley concedes Warwick's,election hope next inter will see them return to I
Indian
done anywhere on lUver.

01 300.' remain permanently. Master's Sale. Office on tho ladder, TITUS VILLB, FLA I. Wilmington N C Also the latest Newspapers FerlodUcalu ,

sEW: HAMPSHIRE. Col. Mason, of Columbus, Ohio, has Under and by virtue of a decree of foreclosure ,V. It. KNOX. 1 1 etc.. a .
been stopping at Melbourne for several md Kale rendered by the Jud(eof the Circuit Crt.
of the Vlh Judicial Circuit of riorlda.In soil for Make a Specialty of '
The Republicans concede the electionof lays[ prospecting for land for a pineapple rerard aunty, titling In Chancery at Cham- FOR ) .
ters, In Orlando, riorlda, dated the :with day of Indian River: ,
Danlell, Dem., In the 2nd. Diet. Both plantation. He wan much pleaded (October, A. li. lets), lu a certain canes wherein Florida Oranges.
with this region but baa gone down to J. B. 'rerry U complainant and Mary K. Nor.
parties claim tho legislature, which is wood and William B. Norwood are defendants, Wines Spirits
Lake Worth to see that country. We I will Mil at public outcry,In front of the Courthouse solicited. Satisfaction
very close. ,and the majority, on joint understand he made an offer for a prop- door In ,Titunille In the county and Consignments State Bank
lute aforesaid on the lint Monday In L e-
ballot, will not exceed 3 or 5:>> for either erty here, which was under consideration cember, A. It. IIIW.the same being the ant day Guaranteed, and Prompt Returns
hereof, for cash to tbe highest bldiler during ,
party. and will probably be accepted when the legal hour of Mia, all the following land,ifng :Beers Made. -2moW.N.HENDRY
and being In the said county of llrovard and TitusvillG Florida.. '
is ol ,
ho returns. Cot Mason a man
COS5ECTICCT.The .. Sale of t'liirdla and described at follow t .
wealth, and one who would make good To-wit: The N W K of, the N E 3 K of tection CIGARS ETC. -
32,township 21,south of range 35 end oontaln- '.
legislature stands: Senate: 8 Republicans improvements and be an acquisition to lug 40 acres,or to mach thereof. will be tuffl- IxCOKI'OBATID Usortt TUB LAWS oy ,
clout to the decree with OF THE FINEST QUALITY, In STATE
House 134 satiety together eo taf Dealer suit or FLORIDA..
Democrats :
16
community.
; u tala and adrertuilng. Purchaser to pay for
Reyublicans, 117 Democrats. This gives Election day passed off quietly. Not tltle 00 TO Authorized Capital,. 1100,000 tPaidup
BEWAEI F. GRAY
General Merchandise Capital
( ooa
f2
the Republicans a majority on joint bal- a single drunken person was to be seen, Jose* ATKIXSOST Bl clal iLuUr. Losley & Renaker. ,

lot of 8 to 10. and no disturbance. The utmost good ConipbUiuuit's tollcitorf. I24t DRY GOODS % 1 G.nr BanklBK Hulu- 'Tr.
feeling prevailed, the only growler being Families Supplied. -
TAMES PBrrciiABD, President
;
MICHIOAX. Master's Sale.
a man who was being left out in the NOTIONS, W. D. BAHMICTT: ; Vice-I'resldenti
The whole Democratic ticket is elected cold. Our enterprising merchant, :Mr Under and by virtue of a decree of foreclosure W. 1{. Baoww, Cu1der.DIrectoral ,
and tale rendered by the Judge of the Circuit WHO WILL DISPUTE IT ? STATIONERY,
bl1 ,OOO plurality. The legislature j. D. Lockwood was an efficient deputy Court of the Heventn Judicial Circuit of the James Pritchard \''. Dr
State of blonde, Urevard county, sitting In Barnett J. If. Durkee W. J!. Qraiiam '
U also Democratic; the Senate by 3, the heriff. This Is a strong Republican tbawry dawn the:iMb day of October, A. D. Choice Groceries, :
precinct, and the Democrat should feel has,at Clambers In Orlando In a certain cauae'herein and W. M. lirown.
House by 15. t:. B. Wile*and W. L Thomas are com-: 31 IMS FLA. 5sunnx E....' r >0r ConnUUnl with C.naUre ,
altered at the number of votes some of Uunauu,and N.4..Bryai, s. H. sell and J. r. Life Insurance no longer an eiperl- Banking "...D...... '

5CBBABKA. their candidates received. The most outcry.Coachman In front are defendant of the Courthouse, I will door.at public In Tlufilltt went, but a provision which no sensible T. W. Correspondents : Seaboard National

Boyd, Democrat, i* elected Governorby excitement was over the justice and con- iiravard county Florida on the and man will neglect. From it he is always flank, New York; National Bat ot
Monday In December A. D. lee, the sans being Drayman '
The Farmers' table. Three candidates were in the the lint day tbereodaring tbe legal boon ofsate bound to receive more than he gives by acksonvllle. h
to 5,500pluraUty. fur eath. to the highest bidder all the fob in the Will attend to all kinds of Hauling, .
eld-LaEua P. Ely, regular Democrat; lowing land, lying and being In the laid county inverting
Congressmen
Alliance ha the legislature, two C. n. Stewart, Republican; and, C, Lifetcalf. of I lln.vard and State of ..Florida and dMeribedi promptly, cheaply: and peditlously. THE ADVOCATE
follow., tu-wit
and most of the county offi- The colored voter being The II e W. of the: If E !(. section 12, township Mutual Life Insurance Go Will deliver baggage for passengers .

cers. Commlsidoars :n south of nat.M East eonuinLngWacrat.r arriving or departing on train or steam- j
this County .
that wa .
aware or to much of the au -dewrll d property at
. District 3fo. 4, thought the Justice will be of tulnciont tale yurcha.er lu tatuify to taid pay fur decrees title awl UwMU ASSETS, $130,000,000. boat. Job Printing Department! -

A little borax put in water In which Precinct must be the tame, though repeatedly BEWA&Q F. GRAY Can be found at the Railway Station

Bcarlet napkins and red-bordered towelsare told that it was No. 17i; so the 6pikfai Master.Vuwplainan's W, i EOWLAID, Special Agent, or at my residence In South TitosvUle. Is to do'Your foil
Ready '
ATcnmnv.
be washed will prevent them from Jom i
to !
U. 8 Mail ft
fading. vote itood at the close as follows Solicitor ustto TitusvUle, Fla. 12-imo Carrier : Jl'
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l'IOSODY-KNoyVs, :"But 1 n't' 'understand:* t mfd. all but four of them i started: off down' WOilAJTS \WOULD, circles ta a that tills eltr before, and her name In print. Tu away where .sunny t\e\ Us dope sona.
sees
Only a MM/ on the bab,' faea, "Vh""should we be afraid ot the In tbe road. Their impatience 'was too now Shod ilth daintiest fashion: wherever word

p Only a UM! with a mother's grace, diana great to permit them to tarry longer. S .convention required it, these young Quick'ning winds sweep inland from tl*

'Bo staple a thing Mat! the mraboams Ungbed.And "Indian heap mad-took ontl he re Them were hundred of other settlers PLEASANT MTKItATtTRF! VOX.KEA.DKU3. the privacy of their ownaptlrtml'nts ceaFernfringed .

tie bees ha. hIVed from where they plied, and with that he stalked away, who had received no warning and mad I.kMININn women, in always sat with their brown islands dream away the hours 1

qnafffd. I rind would not even turn his bead when no preparation, and were waiting, as it without, covering of silk or kid. Soft clouds floating low o'er hut and lea. -
called feet
Only !rIM, but the fae was fair. to him. were, to be and in
plundered murdered. much
And nbbody know what love was there I don't believe I should have realized The four who remained: staod just out ofrifleshot ,.OXO VEILS. Dress skirts were worn and longer tho girls Here the lake sleeps white and still, iEarth'

Kotody know-but mothers the full significance of his warning had to watch the door, and wo did The graceful fashion! of wearing: long those days than now, indoors so in their .great heart is growing chub \
about
,1' Only word to a mother's Joy, Mrs.not on Webster older bead como to my assistance. not see another Indian until nearly sun colored veils is revived, and"fish several net" :yards of is bare conld feet go pattering all they wanted to without anyone's Far' away the winds in pine woods dusky, I
or veiling
worJ her our nearest neighbor, down. Then a baai of about gauze unless the of lands acts' : the foam
Only to parting boy, whose husband lied seventy I twisted around the hat. New being the wiser for it Murmur songs ,
ADd the the also gone to be a five tame along. Some were on stolen gauze And the story bearingodors
coanslnj lights on window soldier of the feet chose. Ere they wander, musky,
but who had not veils arc shown in every tint, the chief owners
with him
horses
gono some on foot, and about frequently
rtone thirty of delight to
did choose very To the climes when thy roam.
to tho station of biege color with three that they
being a yellow
came ,
over at noon to borrow them into goes
As her went out In tho world Alone were packed two which
Only boy word from mothor ; some.flour. When I told her what they had taken from white wagons men.! graduated s'ripcs of white on each side and that it was no admitted uncommon to flare the blast,shrieks loud and shrill, >
a brave had happened and the ends fringed with white. These thing for visitors that were kill. J
she
was much: From tho While its cold caresses
very
Cut nobody know tha love It ye'Iing, shouting and shoot: in the
gave. alarmed. in tho house to see
the! had heard veils measure three metres in length. intimacy
whispered fears
Nobody how-but mother. ing indulged in one would have thought animated conversation a pairof Far where life and lore are springinji 1
Of of away
Indian midst
an outbreak and she Mauve or lilac veils aro very becoming an
argued out chances
for that Walk very slim. A part of the face also the whito "5"h bare feet, in all the world steal "like Warm hearts call to heart that quick
Only a sigh a wayward ion, Long would not have dODO as force occupied; the barn to ta mo-t an<
so
as soft
S .Only a sigh, but hOpl'letlSone. ho had'if there was not imminent dan tho rear windows while the command net," with black or' white dots} but the little mice" from beneath a mass of respond; 4

And the lights burned. dimly and shone with I. ger. Sho had no children, and was only made a sort of rifle pit to, command rest thick black "fish net is very trying, especially frills, and to see them coqucttisUy with- Youth lasts ever, making love eternal.
the
la i blur, a few minutes in deciding to remain withus front. The two who had been killed in I when worn with small round drawn until only I the toes wero visible, Youth and: summer linked; In love's sweet

Ccrold mother condemn! 'tis human: err. until mother returned. I went to her tho morning still lay where they had bats close Against the face. When used only to steal slyly out again as conversation bond.

Only sigh as she tx>tc hi.part; house and got her double-barrelled shot fallen, and as darkness came on wo made looicly oa large hats it h less thick add made the owner apparently more Here the pulse beats thick and< slow,

Cut nobody knew what it cost her heart; gun-.nd ammunition, as well as a bundleof ready to receive anyone coming after the blue ia effect.-Chicago Herald. and more forgetful of herself. Life's brief taper burneth lowlLffuiieFiiiUips ,

Nobody knew-but mother. clothes, and when Ireturned -- ,
wo began bodies. It was a starlight night, and inNexOrleansFicayunt,

Only a sob as the tomb'doors close, carrying out tho instructions of the In- : about t 0>> o'clock I caught sight of two WOMEN GARDES' DECOKATOnS. rar.sncT STYLES IK nU1\JnESSQG.

Only sob, but It upward roue. feet dian. Tho spring was only a hundred warriors creeping up to tho spot. I In connection with gardening, a new I The present stjlea in hairdressing incline -
from tho
And the lights In the window flickered andAnd and water house. I got on the roof called Mrs. Webster' attention, and by field for women opens to artistic ones. to greater simplicity and more apparent PITH AND POINT.

-5- clled, was passed up to me, and I tho time they were up we wero ready for They can become garden decorators. naturalness. Some of the graceful -

with them, her hope, her joy, bur pride. in flung it about until the slabs would soak them. As they wero moving the scant Tho ill taste that some women show in and becoming modes now in vogue thief.A .

Only a sob as she turned away, no more.have A bonfire on tho roof would ling oC tho body we fired upon then, ananging their grounds is as startling as find their exact counterparts in tho fashions Catch words-Stop

' tnt nobody know as she knelt to pray. scarcely ignited them. We bad two and neither one moved a yard after being that they display in their dresses. For prevalent ancient Roman and IIlIgbt.blow"roonstruck.
tubs and among
Jfobody knew-but mother. and carried several into the jars.: These- we filled hit.Now instance, she may paint her flower-pots Grecian dames. During tho period,when Even a dead duck can claim that he
house.
-New York Weekly. came a full hour during which red, and grow gcraniumns with pink physical culture reached the highest died game. .
__ ___ It four o'clock
was in the afternoon
u not a shot was fired or a shout uttered. blossoms in them. She may shame the of hairdressing of cast pearls before swine. Pearlsare

A BRAVE DEFENOE. when wo .wero hundred.through. I had then Then the Indians began firing blazing trees by the color she paints her house, the point simplest perfection, and preserved tho contour Never not very fattening.-2&iton Tramleript. -

rapulded over a bulleta'forrltloand arrows at the roof, and I have no doubt cud erect in her fiont yavd a gypsy ket. tho head Arti-
of as near as possible. .
Our which consisted of father revolver, and wo could think of that twenty or more alighted thereon. tie hanging between three poles and try although -
family, nothing else to add to ficial hair was not then in high favor, A Colorado lattlesnake bit tramp the
What
mother myself and sister, had been living our security.: That danger had been provided for, however to grow plants in iron pots, and put sea the Egyptian women, who were S last accounts the snake i is
unusual At
was a very thing, we had seen other day.
and when found shells around beds
thousand
miles
S in Minnesota nearly two whenthe they they could a to have their heads
years Indians compelled by custom Herald
Indians Initiated that murderous and no that day, except Long Walk. not burn us out they fell back on another from the ocean. There fecraa to be needof shaved substituted for their natural Still living.-Chica,7

historic uprising. I was sixteen This, as much as Anything else, satisfied plan. From one of the back: windows I a woman to make plans) for artistic curled and braid Mabel-"I hear ;your engagement is
;years tresses wigs elaborately
I i ldi, and my cistcr :Mamto was twelve. Mrs. Webster foot. that something unusualwas saw them carrying; a long polo to the. outside adornment, and the one equal to cd. The color most prized for these wigs off, dear." Maud (calmly)-"Yes, it
en About five o'clock she determined
We were tiring on a 100-ocre farm, six front of tho house. There were several developing the business will have a broad was a redish hue, much like that was a caso: of heart lJ.ilure.Bv.l
to go to her cabin to pack up of these lying the bam field for her York coppery
miles) from the nearest Tillage and a mile and near ned it was encrgicI.-Nell1 Timtt. now in demand. In selecting a coiffure Pott.

from Any neighbor. We had a smu q log she returned bring away two some hour's small later articles in and now plain that they were going to try one's own personality should be taken "How fa that {or'a howling swell!I" -

borne, barns, sheds, etc.,and hauabout of great agitation. (She had a state the power of battering rams. I saw one TO BE: FRET??. into account. A pallid, slender girl asked Dudderson, pointing to a dude

fifty; acres in caltivation.: Three day of several Indians caught sight make ready at the back: of tho house as A pretty woman mutt first of nil have would not choose locks in which a suspicion who had just! stepped on a tack.-
skulking aboutAnd
I before the outbreak my father had the road had met a who bad on well, and when I told Mrs. Wabster, she clearly cut, regular features. of red could: bo detected. But a lJ snatched with a of recruits for squaw, posted Manic and me, at the back windows She must! have lull clear Billl"
company spoken to her in an insulting manner and eyes.She woman with eyes of changeable bluish "Did she give you .anything,
the army, and this same company had tfied to take the bundle from her hand., Indians, while hid she stood at tho front. The must have alliin that is above green, a massive chin set on a throat like asked Bill's fellow tramp. "Yes. She

taken almost every able-bodiud man out It was yet dark when wo shut the house rear with planned feint a real attack from the reproach, untouched by rouge or pow I an ivory pillar, strongly accentuated eye- gav> me the cold shoulder with plenty of
only a at the front.
. of our neighborhood. Tho crops were and brows, and a verile of movement, Bator. '
made
up ready for the awful der.Sho grace sauce. -
.to be left for, the wives and children to which tragedy With five men at each pole, they made a must have glossy hair that has safely change her unobtrusive brown "
was to bo played on tho mor. rush may "Oh dear exclaimed a school
for both windows at while young
- burnt, and the idea of trouble never once, never known the touch of bleach or braids to the most glowing bronzeor
row. copper when she first beheld cucumber
a
the front of tho house was only menaced. girl ,
entered mind.
one'i
While Indiana
any 'I don't think )[rs. Wester closed her Mrs. Webster saw through the in dye.She golden red, and be a gainer thereby. "I always thought such thing grow inilices.London'
wCT6! more numerous than white people, plan must have a good figure, plump Three puffs irregularly arranged from the
eyes that night, although nothing time, and came back in time T l..Jhfs.
occurred running just
had to fear them.
nobody reason They I enough, yet Ilender'enough, though ends of the hair that is twisted on top of
I
wae' trader of tho Government to disturb us, and sister and I slept to accuse a loophole. Sho and Mamie of If he meets but two hours delay
care never suggestive an angle.
: for houn. I had the the head are becoming, easily arranged "1 're waited for an age!" tbo'll my,
many It had been daylightfor shotguns, while I had the revolver .
1 audi so far as anybody know, were perfectly She must hate a white, expressive without tho assistance of a maid or hairdresser But five years of her age .bs'll.tiJb,
satisfied, and entertained an hour when we awoke, and we and the Indians did not get within band small but but trifle
friendly preferably a one, not of and seem especially suited to As If that time were a
were then aroused by the voice of Mrs. five feet of the house. Our
volley was Pueh.
toward
feelings tho settlers. necessity, if it is well kept and white. brown or black tresses, which cu passant ,
I My father left homo the day before Webster saying: followed by screams and yells on their She must have small ears and a throat need greater richness of Ludlady (delightedly)-"And Dr.

the'outbreak, and mother went along to ''Child ren t children 1 The Indians are part, and those who had not been disabled that is like a marblo column for her blonde or silvery hair.arrangementthan : Crepo 01 Curenono advised you to come here!"

see 1lluf off. This was tho case with coming!t"While beat a hasty retreat. From that head. fluffy effects are best adapted to blondeor "Yes; I'm under treatment and he said I

"several other women in our settlement. I :was dressing I heard the :yells time until morning we wero left undis Sho must know how to put on her golden hair, while the pompadour roll must avoid over.eating.-Neao York

They left early in the morning, intending and whoops of Indians about tho house. turbedbnt they succeeded in carrying off clothes or she loses all her beauty. is the most dignified and stately fashion: Herald
Thero was a gang of about forty of them their dead. Wo could not tell then what
to return next Sister and I A'ete York Ilrraid.THK .
day. yet invented for gray hair. Crimped or A masher gazed intently at a giraffefor
and
had
I looked
as loon as out through a damage we done, but several weeks
I wero left entirely alone, but at about 9 waved hair introduced few and sadly
by Lady Brooke, a moments, turning
later
I
loophole SAW a great smoke from the at tho trial of the chief conspirators -
o'clock in the forenoon an Indian named FASHION in nun DTEIKO.: forth "Oh if I had
residence of Mrs. Webster's house. Just and leaders, it was stated by an In- although apparently easy to arrange, is away, sighed : a
Long Walk made his appearance.. Ito ai I was dressed there came a poundingon dian that wo killed seven and woundedsix Fashion in hair dyeing has, it seems, in reality very difficult, for the waves neck like that, what a collar I could

I bad often called at our house! sometimes the door, and the voice of an Indian recskins in our defence. declared at last against the auburn and : must be uniform;and this effect can: only ,year "-Chatter.
staying all nighf. lie had a bad sore on tresses with which have be procured by maid
called out When bright gold wo nn experienced athairdresser. J'udgo-IIPlisoner: have visible
: morning came not an Indian you any
,hit !leg,_caused by the bite of a dog, and "Huht Somebody in hero! Open w/\Iln sight, but before noon we had been lately familiar. These tints as .-New FurLSan.. means of support Priaoaer-

mother had made and given him an ointment door I" half dozen well as the'pale "bleached" straw hue, "Yis honor to his wife
and sot ( )
,which fait it quick a men women with us your ;
: had was healing up. "What do you want asked Mrs. who wero fleeing for their lives, and before aro no longer to bo worn, and a much FASHION KOTBS. Bridget, stand up, so that the court kin
Father mended his for him
gun darker shade, called in secret circles of "
Webster. night we numbered twenty. It was Magenta should bo suppressed.A see yer. -Jiunuy't lVt :lV.
mother had mended his clothes: and ,
tho trade itself by the poetical term
Long Walk was indebted to the family "Indian hungry-want food. Indian: a week before we were relieved, and during "mahogany: ," is tho latest decree. It is fanciful low shco is known ss the Photographer-"Ah, beg pardon, didI
friends with Mrs. Bliss." that timo bands of Indians turned
good "Gretchcn." understand you that did not wanta
for you
other kindnesses. He
ITU mixture in
a subtle which
many produced by a
I was watching the crowd at the door aside at intervals to attack us and be !" Patron "Yes."
large picture
I very -
man of about forty, very intelligent, henna plays a leading part; but the dyeing Ovcrgaitera have become a fad of
beaten off with
and I saw that all were armed. Two or loss only to themselves. don'tsmilesb
Photograpber-"Then
i
..d. at near as we could learn, bad never I process is long and tedious. How- ladici of fashion. pleaso
been married. threo wore crouched ready: to spring at It was ono of the two farmhouse forts in that's it."-Chatter,
that ever, that cannot much matter to the ladies Velvet effects are to bo stylish for
the door the instant it was unbarred. great area of country which mado .a
1 I" I was cutting hay about a quarter a who once embark upon hair dyeing novelties in ribbons. Sweet Girl-"If it's just the same Mr.
'Go can't in successful resistance and but for
come our success
:: aWBY-YoU replied
mile bock of the needn't trouble to
: house and Mamie was I sinco.they havo continually to submit 3Il\8huer'you yourself
Mrs. Webster. tbo number of murders would have Large Russian net face veils clotted
spreading it to cure, when the Indian food." I been added to at least two dozen. themselves to its repetition as fresh hair with velvet arc call any more." Mashuer (earnestly
"Indian by pastilles.
appeared. He had been to the house and want grows. The prophets of these mysteriesassure I. "Oh, thanks; it's no trouble at all-X
found father and mother gone. When .. "Wo have none for }'ou." fliie: York _Sun. us that the time is coming when a The high Medici collar is in ai great like to call.Londo" Tid-Bltt.

botftrn9 down to be "Indian want whisky. "natural brown" will be favor now as it was in the spring.
u, queried: the favorite Parent-"Can I get this boy into the
!;''''Whci father! .s.. SI 'Thero is no whisky the "house. forests Devastated by Beetles' tone. If it be true, therefore, that real Some of the new tea gowns are orna. circus at half price!"' TIcket-seller-ClOt

f'Qono with the soldiers,"I replied. "Then Indian want to talk." For several months past the huge blond hair is becoming extinct, this will I wonted with belts of polished ivory. course you can't. Tho boy is over fifteen -

, :I '\.Where mother "Well, what do ;you want! forests of spruce in the Cheat :Mountains insure fashion to every: one.-London The petticoat should be made of silk, ain't he!" Parent-"Yes; but

. {""8he has gone to see father off.", They had expected to take us by surprise of West Virginia have been dying of! by Graph ie. just two inches shorter than the dress. he's blind in ono eye.: "-America.
\ S He and the fact that they had not upset thousands of loss of '
looked acres causing a
anxious
and troubled and -
,
The
most toilets of tho The leopard covered o'er with jtsCan't
gorgeous
their calculations for a time. They day sp
when I asked if millions of dollars and no cause for the '
he would have something onzo s cnAiiriox "OV."ALJEB.: are those worn on coaching occasions. change them; hence how ttranzo
retired distance talk it
to eat he replied in the negative. Heat a short to over, devastation could bo given. A few That dudes can really change their minds
and during this interval we made ready The champion lady pedestrian of Ohio Leather trimming studded with Who have to
'down in the shale of a tree and had weeks since Mr. A. D. Hopkins, entomologist steelor no minds change I
nothing to for a while. When I for what was coming. Making as little of the Agricultural Experiment I lives in Mlddlcport, two and one-quarter gilt will be worn on winter garments. -Bazar.Luaamix ..

my inquiry say and Mamie offered repeated to- noise as possible, six Indians laid down Station of West Virginia, was sent to the miles below the Ttleyraph office, in Girdle-shaped belts are of ooze calf -"I haven't seen anything of

cook him iowa breakfast ho roso and their guns and picked up a piece: of lour- devastated district to investigate and report Pomeroy, where she has been employed leather, finished to resemble suede kid."Picture" Higgins for some time. He must be leading
up bv-four scantlin which father intended as a compositor for the past eight yean. a very retired life." Sktngullet.
. replied. : the cause of. the destruction of all gowns are of old brocades
U "Come along to cabin." t; use as one of the sills for a dairy this valuable timber and to secure a remedy Every week day winter and summer artistically: combined with modern fabrics. "110 is. He was sent to the Penitentiary

I I' When we reached the house he took house over the spring. They were ap-' if possible. lIe hu just returned for the eight yea- she has walked to and about six months ao-!: for for--.rY.-:- "
: a preaching the door with this battering and1 from her work, with but six weeks' rest. Chicago InterOcean..
that the timber has been
long look up and down the road. Itwu reports Silver photograph frames
sixteen miles to the railroad station ram when I fired from the loft-hand window killed by beetles about the size of a flea. Her walks average twenty-seven miles Rhino stones set with Clubman-"I'd hate to be a driver of
and Mrs. Webater from the right per week, through rain and sunshine, light up beautifully at
of
one
from which the soldiers would Tho beetles cat their way under the night. Shepard's stage's with that strap
depart, both of I fired at thomen's snow, mud and summer heat, and she "
and Long Walk: seemed to be us using shotguns. bark: of the spruce pine trees in all attached to my foot. Second Clubman"It
U he should advise us to set out wondering for that legs and she at their heads. I had directions, cutting oft tho flow of sap often clambers around the' bluffs to get An invincible setting is used for large doesn't hurt the man any." Club

!oIt.! After a time ho seemed to think but one barrel, whilo she had two. and consequently killing the trees. He by flooded districts. This gives her jewels-amethyit, sapphires, topaz and man-"No, but how awful it must behave to

It wonldnlt; do, and turned and entered As all six went down I thought: at first reports many thousand of acres literally 1401 miles per year, or 11,232 miles in opals. your leg pulled all the time.-

the house. Oar cabin two.roomed we had killed them all. Not so, however devastated by tho betles, but says their eight years. Subtracting 162 miles for Not only plaids and checks, but plain New YoH rald.
was
affair, with a garret above.a Thero though it was plain that all were inroads seem to be on the decrease. six weeks she rested she has 11,070 miles clothe, are cut on the bias for street ccstumes. "Mamma, you haven't given
were hit. Two lay on the ground under the still to her credit. During the eight me any
two windows The investigations of the entomologistbrought dimes and nickels "
in
each room below, but I : complained Jimmy
none above. Long Walk examined. scantling, whilo the other got up to about tho discovery of a parasite years she has actually performed 24,600 The tourists' belt is one of the most Shattuck, after the physician had
limp away. We had opened the battle, which II the beetles and destroying hours of labor, and has set about 19,- useful gone.
windows and thea of preying on articles of the kind introduced for "What do meau "
went out to a pile you Jimmy asked
680,000 of When she
knock-down blow. ems began
and in the first type.
lumber in the yard and said got many of them. Several species some time. Mrs Shattuck in the
: I I surprise. "Why
For a moment the Icdians: were stupe- of tho found in the walking and working she was not enjoy
|w "Get hammer parasite were trees A ruffle around the bottom doctor laid I needed little
law-get -get nails- of the skirt! a change.-
but
ha is
uttered their log good health now
Then war
Oed they rosy-
devastated the beetles. The
got boards and fix by parasites Is the distinguishing Chi windows. Make feature of all tho a11J
cheeked and and thinks
and the vigorous, no
whoop, fight was on. will be introduced into districts where
everything good" to-day. I think I should have made a good the timber is beginning to show the more of a jaunt of half a dozen miles new gowns. "You know," said the pastor to tho

pr'Zut;' why! naturally asked. fight of it without Mrs. Webster, as I had effects of the ravages of the beetles, with than most ladies do of walking around a Two yards and twenty inches is the newly wedded pair, "it's the wife's duty
P
. 'Suppose"" he bad in Indian come: : tomorrow been brought up on the frontier, and had the belief that their presence will end in square in the city.-Stu York Telegram. width allowed for a dress skirt made to obey her husband and follow him

queried reply. the nervo of a man, but it was well that tho destruction of the insects. If this without foundation. wherever be may go." "I won't do it,"
the "
I p tj"But* "Don't Indians won't hurt us. ste: was there. While/ she was palefacedand proves successful the vast forests still extant EYEBROWS SKCD' SPECIAL: ATTESTIOX. Black sheets and black lingerie are now I pouted the bride. "You won't "How
know. Indian heap mad. Indian her voice steady, and I quite common in Paris. Mvu can you expect met ', letter carrier."
drink anxious was will be saved, otherwise tho total Eyebrows need special attention, says : even wear
kill.white folks heap"whisky. Indian may she took things coolly. Sister Manila destruction of the spruce forest will be Shirley Dare. A bandoline brush or a black silk night shirts.In -Ph 4delpl&i
'k" His manner, more than his words made was greatly frightened at first, but aftera but a qucsticn of a short time.-Cinein- cheap tooth brush should be kept for mourning jewelry, a new style of The youthful King ot Spain is as fly as

me feel that danger few minutes she overcame it and asked nati Engvirtr their treatment. They should be chatelaine has at the center a Urge flower any American kid.< When he eschewed

the menaced us and I for the rifle, with which: she was a tolerably brushed until the skin is red, and lono- of jet to hold a watch. knife and foik at a recent luncheon his
got tools he
, asked for
once. He measured for and the began windows workat fair shot:'--, A Cure fur Warts. line, which is wool fat, rubbed in and Many ladies have a set of handsome attendant observed gravely, "Sire,kings

and I sawed off some pieces of plank., The first move of the IndUns was to I Lave always had warts on my hands brushed in. Melted suet or leaf marrow paraieol mountings which they change to never eat with" their fingers.: ThU
take of the log barn, which writes applied as hot as possible and brushed other sticks king: does responded his majesty coa-
He then asked for an and before possession ever since: I was a boy, a correspondent as desired. ,
auger about 200 feet There was Into the kin will help to bring out the tinning his meal.-1Y"te u"1 AJJL..LoAL
stood
the piecelwet'8 nailed we cut away. and have tried a thousand remedies Velvet, fur, silk cord '
koles. In them. two to etch up.window.' loop.We little or nothing in it, and if they fired it for them, including all tho charms eyebrows. The application of any kind ostrich feathers are introduced netting and I ProfeasorIOTo prove that the; ears of

then removed the sashes from the win- the distance was too great to endangerthe : known to the oldest darkey the coun I should be made three times a day, at the front of richly embroidered robes.A .on the grasshoppers are in their legs a very simple .

dors and nailed the planks on the inside. house. They opened fire on tho two try. The only thing that would suppressthem I morning toilet, at noon and on going to useful trousseau experiment will suffice. Place one
windows and we kept from red-hot bed. The darkest :yellow vaseline, or consists of a black on the table and
Long Walk examined the front door rear away even temporarily was a silk, with low knock on the table; bo
which was.tho. only one, and by his direction ,. them. Now and then one of their bullets needle! Somebody told me about it ten also any ireful of the strong petroleum hair in salves, are black: woolen a, a blue and a high bodice: a will jump 0!. Now cut oS his le-4 and
to out and
bring
I re-enforced it and added a CAme through a loophole, but we or fifteen years ago, but I never tried it and eyebrows colored woolen. serge a light repeat tho experiment and you will find

sedpd bar., When this had been done were out of range. The Indians must for a long time, dreading the pain. At deepen their coloring The that he 'will not jump. Q. E. *"-
.Masked: have known that father was gone and last I had a big wart on the knuckle of A lead pencil will do eyebrows no newest mantel scarf are of surah i'iends BlaeU. ,

fIIt'IJow! much gun in the house they probably hopsd to scare* with a my left forefinger! where I was always good in the long run, and eyebrow pen. : with chain-stitched: edges and bordered ,

|i r "We had a rifle and a shotgun together great noise. They continued shooting knocking it against something and keeping ells are unsatisfactory. The beat way to I with silk tauets aad silk crochet rings A Stoao
tint brows is with the palct"used joined with Elephant.
and then of them "grease spider-web stitches. ,
with ,a ftvolver which for half an hour, one it raw and sore. I determined to try
belonged
to a youajf man who had, worked for stepped out from the barn and waved the hot needle. So I bad a large needle by theatrical people, which comesin Boots for the street, to be in good r Inyo County, California, las a won

In t ie spring and was then farm us whito rag and asked for a "talk. In fixed man awl-handle: heated it redhotin the shape of a black-board cryon at taste, must be plain black and neat ia I. derful natural formation in ths shape of
on a
ten cents stick. A Hue of color
atwrt;few miles away I these reply Mrs. Webster fired a charge of the flame of a lamp and thrust it a along design. Shoes and tippers for home a monster stone elephant. The rock that

topttwr, and Lon 'Walk got examined them anas buckshot which knocked him over, and through the big: wart at one punch. The the ridge of the eyebrow is a graceful wear are in fancy shapes and in colors to has: taken this remarkable form is of a .
touch when nature has her dark
w41 great care.f9 bad two pounds of we saw hit Lady dragged around the pain was BO greater than I bid been enduring work but slighted suit the costume of the wearer.A gray granite: l hno3t the uct color
overJo
most pretenders the of the
corner of the barn. from striking the wart against bonnet Asiatic elephant's skin The re
powder, SL lot of,.bot and caps, and three matter..Y lt York World.BABXrOOT spring-a band of metal semblance
w fourliars of lead no seemed to be The Indian now scattered and encircled everything:; I touched, and after the needle which passes around tbo front and side is so close that the first Bold-

satisfied, and then took me out of doors the house, and dropping down whenever had cooled I took it out. The wart began of any headgear_has been invented real seekers thought they hai discovered '

led said: they could find cover they opened a to dl'1l1p. and in three or four days I BFU.M. which gives the wearer sense of abso. petnned pachyderm.Detroit_ fre

,Bad Indian no come to.daybut come steady fire. :By sitting down on the floor picked it oil with my thumb-nail. Since A gossipy person relates in a New lute security against any amount of wind P'ua.

to-morrow. Get plenty of water in the we were sate fro a any bullets which then whenever one makes its appearanceI York paper an interesting story about and does away with the use of a hat .

house.. Make rain on the roof. IX bad might enter the loopholes. They simply take a needle to it, and the remedy two young Cuban girls, who, several An :Englishman has male the device pin.anJ wherever Workers in the oil fields declare that"

Jedisa i torn* shoot him." I wasted ir powder, and after aa hour never fails.-ft. Liuit QC&-DcTIWgaf. .yean .go, were leaden in the society I patented it., lure thai Y01l1Lld petroleua you may b*
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I Hhatratlfylnt. fmMnfffcmon* manr tbat 1PAffjtp The ( ; wM a
their liven..above luspictoi. Yet bow, manygood poet,"Longfellow Very 1118- I7eeseful'boek
lIt.t".I.Pdl.wlaa.the Ness
i lei then is mow kktheyescselnn
I*>pleonareonntofolronnunantiat err agent,
n.. ...v. Ose Asah.N'too roan ..egy have had the Anger ot *. .
OF THE ORDER AND ITS. vnjaat e of the Massiwhunetw. Iu. .
,. men ever fait in love with each other pic Ion directed toward then tfcrbvnck. ;
MEMBERS. i Women do. Not long ago ft young woman unyielding' tores, plmplea OB the face 1'O"lIb toricat Society it prospectus that ho mod
-- In New Jersey was married to a youthful laborer eklnbavinganeruptive appearance, etc., are' on ono of the blank leave 'of, which. are '
on her tatber'.rarm. Sometime afterward In the eyes of co many rrirardod suspiciously tho skeleton lines of the row celebrated
WHAT IS HKIKO BONE If TOR: TARfOtS *K Indicating presence oftorae contagious
it was discovered that the husband WM blond dlxevwo, Re. ", Web.he doubt
SECTIONS i FOB tllK ABVASCEMEST or' ana pointed qntwtlona naked peem'Sxcehlior) no
a female; the young wife refused, however, that are productive of considerable annoy
TUB ORRAT ORGANIZATION.-LEGISLATION !! intended to apply to his then vacaalnaofagent
though earnestly entreated by her friends to.. an<<' Iheneiiktnblemliihceand cnptlre t naenrleRof
KOTEH' ETC. Rive; op her chosen consort. The strangest : course find their origin In the blood and the sentiments 'of which, f
part of the dwrovery was the fact that the h",lint nereeoarlly the result of contagion. rightly followed, afterward made bin( so
ii I The blood may have b.oom.lmpo"on accountof
bride knew her husband was*woman. before famous
The Alliance Exchange of Al.ibmna, she *as led to the altar bras, received ita pro rattt share of the If men do not exhibit this strange infatuation to remove the unnatnral condition of the d
$04,000,000 English 4 cent loon, for one of tbolr on n MK, they at taut blood and the flesh by a pr ,mpt we of 1>1'. at Dartmouth College byitttUaff. t
I per oftentimes evidence of that John Bnll's bonks for Connecticut bout"
give the fact they Scnaparllla. Jtreitnlatee affairs a.
rare nod is making advances rapidly on Alii.tnco love internally beantiflre the skin ,
one another. There are many instanons externally General Grant at oho tilDe'caoYaMat
;
cotton, $33 a bnle.' n record where one man bas given his life and restore rmpatn-d dnranto functloue to "
&
and
for t'Columbus en tee-
their normal strength and activity.A I Lvlng's ,
"Well/ Well I "'. I lor another. There are many more instance ro1W
------ ord with the as a fine caa-
Fhat'a the way you feel after one or Wo are glad to know that many of our I were Ills men a proud have given J'OSStIlon-the life! to another.knowledge; husband Teinx: la woman by the ear.nays a good place to catch a : ENJOYS "l\IIIIer. publishers

two of Dr. Piorce'a Pleasant Pellets County Alliances are acting on our dig* thatonebas saved a precious human Iile.i I Both the method and results when Napoleon Bonaparte, after the siege ofTOUloOi
gestion and are for i Meriden moving earnestly a onn., a my eon took an for the "IlUtory
have done their work. You feel July hard with chronic diarrhea caused by Syrup of Figs ia taken it ia ,
county fair. If you want your State Fair ; milD John H. Proton of that city, } pleasantand hevotutton and his tucocu as a
well instead of bilious and to be a success, fair will do llth 1890, writes: "}'Ive years ago I was arrotnla.) I gave him Rail's"Hamapnrll and refreshing to the taste, and act ,
constipated neared of
,be
your county taken sick, I bad several the best doc him 1 recommend It especially for I IIIC'rorula. canvasser was equal to that which ,
very
; your sick headache, dizziness the work.-Farmtrf Alliance (Jackson. tote and one and all called It a complication The cu1't'II1, fever hare eoree known and It to general make debility In nome gentlyyet promptlyontheKidneys, tcnwards gdnod as a warrior

vine, Flo.) of diseased. 1 was nick four years, taking eases seemed almost mlracnlon*.-J and indigestion are gone. It's .*. prescriptions prescribed by these same doctors fun,ilrnlun llarratkn. Mo effectually, dispels colds", head work oo ")farlno Exploration;" awl

done mildly and easily too. You A dispatch of from Kansas and 1 truthfully state I never expectedto aches and favors and it he The
Wednesday get any bettor. At this time I commenced A man sentenced to be salted for a cures habitual made success of as everything '
clon't have to feel worse before you City says: There is considerable excitement to bave the most terrible pains inmy suspension of public opinion in Irs stead.FonlMpnreor constipation Syrup of Figs la the undertook l1

among Kansas City stockmen, back. One day an old friend of mine, thin only remedy of its kind James U. Blaine began his career as a
feel better. That is the trouble Mr. II. T. Cook of the firm of Curtis&Cook, Blood, V..ltll..1IIal. ever pro- "
relating to advices received from Mexico ria Neural fa, Indlprrstloa!\ and UillounneM, duced the canvasser for the "Lllo of Henry Clay,
to
with advised me to try Warner's Safe Cure, as he take Brown Iron Bltt pleasing tasto and acceptable and
the huge, old-fashioned pill. to the effect that that country has placed had been troubled the name way and it had making old persons! feel young-and jouogpenon to the stomach in
a duty of $300 a car on American cattle effected for 1 bottles prompt it is related to this day how be got Squire
These ore small, sugar-coated eas- a cure him. bought six ,. *strong; pleaaant to take. iU action and
If the advices are true, and they come took the medicine as directed and am todaya truly beneficial Itsclfecfs KIborth to "put his name down ;for.ooeuv

iest to take. One little Pellet's a from a reliable source, this practicallyruins woll man. I am sure no one ever bad a some All are pavement not aapbalty's are more other or less faulty, hut prepared only from the most his books, altho' he hated Way he

laxative, three to four are cathartic. all the live stock trade between. worse('ft8lof kidney and liver trouble than I --- healthy and agreeable substances, did pizen. and v thought he was Bathing 'yt
haiL Before this I was always against proprietary FITS ..t.. "d fre Dit. Ki.tnn's Osage its
this and Mexico. > by
r-r excellent
country medicines but oh many qualities commend but a low Kentucky black-leg.1': .
and not now no.
They regulate cleanse the liver, N.llv.R8RTO".ft. No flt*after tint day's'e.
*** Friendship expresses Itself in very peculiar Marvelous... Trtl ant $:J trial buttlefree. it to all and have made it Waldo Emerson was also a book ii
stomach and bowels-quickly, but ways eometlmee; but the true friend la th Dr. Kline KU Arch 8U I'hIl..l'.. the most popular known. agralgh
At the recent election for State officers friend need. remedy t
thoroughly. They're the cheapest the State of Georgia went ovcrwhe'm-' m De T.. Ever Beeealale! V Sjrup of Figa is for sale in 60o Bismarck, when at Hetdleburg during

sold because Law for the : Any person sending u* their name and ad.dreMWill and Jl bottles by all tho winter vacation having his allowance,
pill the .
by druggists, you ingly for Alliance On a joint ballot People.The receive Information that will lead>> J'adinFdrt1 cut short by his father, the barony put In. t "

only pay for tAo good you get.They're in the Legislature, the Alliance will have t. a fortune. H"Qj. Lewla Uo* bMniity gists. Any reliable druggist who the time as n book anva ner. I

a three-fourths majority Tho Senate contracts of a drunken man are Building Kansas, CUy, Mo.- may.not have it on hand will procure

guaranteed to give satisfaction will have twenty-nine Allianccmcn out of Woman, her dlaraMia amt their treatment. it promptly for any one who IT may bo a libel.but there is a poulsi'

every time, or your money forty-four members; tho house will have void.A note or other contract bean Interest Cflfnt'TSpautw-lllaitratedj..f,100..cat of malllnir.eto.price> !SOo. Address ttentuponry-t'ro.B. wishes to try it. Do not accept suspicion that a milkman never crloa ovt' ;

is returned. That'a the peculiar 140 Allianccmvn out of 171 members. according to the rate of interest in the U. KLII.B. M.Pn Oat Arch at.: 1'hlla.. I'.. any substitute. .spilt milk, but just addaeDoughater1o> .t r
There is hay iced in tho air. This secures state when the contract is made A. noto what Is In the can to make up for what i
plan: all Dr. Piercc's medicines are an Allianccman from Georgia in tho Lee 'Va' Chlneoe Headache lure Uarm.I CALIFORNIA PlO SYRUP CO. was epil.-f'Ailadeipsial Fnu. .
interest
given in Now York bears at tho I less In eflect. quick: and pusUlve In at t Urn.Nsnt ?
sold on.Can United States Senate. rate of 6 per cent. prepaid on receipt of ft per bottle BAN nAHCiSCO CAL.
Ailelsr&Co..c.X:! Wa.dou..I..Kal..C1IJ.11o twntmu. tr. fEW row, # r. TnRRn was convention ot champagne,
ask more ? *% A party who buys goods and obtains ,
you deniers in New York the other day. but,
The FarmnAlliallc" (Jacksonville, crcait under false and'fraudulent representations If afflloteil with ore eyttltlllfl Dr.Ixaae Thomn--
on'n Kve-wntcr.DruinftKtuoell' atS5o hot tin The Grain Supply. tho proceedings were not reported| they '
". per
> naamlaii of material character
Hfcee. acquires
a -
) CiUTinil' are Fla.,) says: "Every delegate to the State i
J : warranted, nod erer t>i.lr wore extra-dry.
has his lame mud price atauiecd en bestow.r2 Alliance Convention is expected to put in no title to tho goods so purchased, The Amount of wheat and flour now in _h_ .. 0 a .___
an promptly on tho 21st instant and is guilty of tho offense of obtaining Life Is MiseryTo
appearance transit of with tho visible
Europe<<, supply f
and come prepared to remain until goods under false pretenses.It J. oK/ a'a''i
wLt/
of heat in the United States and
'
of people wha hat ths lalal or crola & a'f
is not for discount ,
bank (10
a
all the has been A usury
business completed. In thin blood. Tb*ajoalM. rsiusJ by th.itr ad.lolnmmnt Canada, is equivalent to 37,010,340
great deal of important business will conic commercial p.'per or ordinary notes. ton* and oth r manlfMUtloni ot Hilldlmue bushels of wheat, against 40,101,370 f
before tho body looking to the future welfare A deed! of the homestead without the There Ii I dC.11t4
i ) are beyond description ne r:medi bushels ono ;year ago, and of corn 12.- .W14e& otvY I
of the order, which should bo camly examination of the wife, separate and equal to Uood's sari iparllla for scrofula aalt rhesus 47 lIO\\)
bushels ,against
deliberated and maturely considered; apart from her husband, touching her .",tor..ry farm of i4uo 1 dlnau v W*know that Ithu bushels llJ,1I2B.476I I ,

hence the necessity of punctual and constant knowledge of and consent to the convey cured the severed e....ad U will tameSt all .-- -- I (d.1 Z/LZacce1 .

attendance ante, is absolutely void. who give It a fair trial At t. tile vowels appear in theIr regular I f

J .% It is nit, usury to require the borrowerto look"Bcrofula Hood's bunokrs Sarsaparllla.my neck. B.disappeared X.u.n.I'ark.when order in but two words, abstemious and 9' _.I r.1 .. .

FOR8oYs The Proyrtttnt Farmer, the official or. pay taxes upon the borrowed money. .....nl"Co W.T.Hood's. fucctious. To any that one is ab temlixiU .

oo gan of the Alliance, of North Curo inn, A married \omnn cannot becomd'! Bicu1rity. I avowal worthy of anybody, and I mean s5cfZvgs y. YZw'
for her husbnnd. Oarsaparllla
in a recent issue, says: 'It has beta said nothing facetious ia tho declaration /
f ce An open account I 111 barred in three RoM by all drantsrs. Ill six for fX i'rspand one either. _
that tho railroad commission has not been
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(SS yeas, and a slated account in sis.: ky O. I.HOOD*CO., Lowell, Itau. *"'<7 w
issuo in the
an campaign now drawing Marrying rich widow, like drinking liquor
to an end. Nearly all the candidates for A contract procured by undue influence 100 Doses Ono Dollar I Is ten Uone solely for the ""effect" '
.
force threats intimidation /? ,_&r/ .,., /
tho legislature and senate have been by or .. .

nominated with this object 'u view and is void.A alC ceabmDal'mC O. CIGARS ;1
justice of tho pcaro has jurUdictiou RTARAO. FREE WATCH AND 1 160 }
if any of them will say that they are opposed I TOhxAalaYTeTk.n
W. L. DOUGLAS to commssion their defeat is of damage suits up to $3Q. ? .*. .Oil ar Company AfaM.Whuaaav 3
a Tho landlord Is not compelled it make s A R,0,7 to IntrudiM tacit great "r7lckle. >> VNrara. w lnnd '
certain. Tiio peoplo of North Carolina f' 'FpERd'f to any m..llo.OOU.DIDfII'.O'O. D..bj*iptaeKUC \1 1twlUt .
$3 SHOE QENTLEMEN.: need commission, want a commission repairs upon tho rented promises. + arefor prl..11 ,,"' .Lie.tr.aiFa.ldlseeS tkesama. '" ...e.>.- '11'
Ik-fore the married womtn's law of a I 'btt'ltaJl
t; Send address on postal for valuable InlormatloaV. and to have commission We ,kt.aiioa.i.tMii-w1aJUi Waloa, anxmpaal**
are going a
\ L. UOLUliAS. Uroeltloa. Maae. ; 1887, a deed from tbo wife to tho husband by .... maiiufiHiturer's .lIar.....S to sow Itt ,_,
-- need c
lines In
many more our State, but RELIEVES INSTANTLY. t'eoe
void.llIrloel1lhip.
justice to all other lines of business demands A \was note with waiver of exemptions :: 4_. _____I ELY BRUT 1l M Warren Bt,New Yoric. I'rlca so eta .... o :, PENSION l KBliu

ASELINE- cheaper rates even if railroad only waives the exemptions of PIH0S 1IKMKDV Wit CATAKUU.-B.. Easiest to use. PENS I ONS 19Passed
coi.Htruction! does not advance rapidly.We Ki'llct Is imiuedktM A cow U certain ior .ms.. !
w1
tho individual who it. _.ad palker" $ ..._
do not want a commission that will pnrtncr signed Oil Iu the Head It ban no equt.A d bola .% car A t
You A ONK-nni.I.AKnil.l.sr-ntns hy minwewllldanvrfa.efilch There IJ no exemption of partnership aaiir.. ieisra M. smsraait\Lit *m
,.,. to tar pnison In binder railroad construction, but wo do .. ...... I
the Unit d States,all of toe following rtlcliu, oroCull want one that will put all on an equal propiity.When! A sw tie r
/ packet. I a person sells an article for a full cured at bom whb- }
that will
One tmMranee settle of Pure Vaseline, ,loot footing; one put passenger and price ho guarantees that it is a good; and Out pain. UoeaolitlouUrssrat s r. ', i
One tw.oa> ce bo One jar of V... lln*Cold Cream, .. . u" will dtscrlminationt sound article of its kind 'lliat is, ho nontrUs. \ M.l1x)LLEY.M.nl '

On One. u Cake..k*of of Vawllne Vsiell tap CamlborIce noMnntwl, ,. .. -. 10 Ki*" prevent guarantees that it boa no defects which __ 1'rtes'aAddnMihyd K, T. IAZaLI"11C.1V.rrenpa: Au.nuyur.uatwlOyfWOWL.Itat. '1

Om.Ca.eofV..ehnsSoap,*xquUltely. scented,&II *% are not open to the observation of the
On. w -....... bolt. or:Wall Vuellne XI. "., Word .f Warning." purchaser.There' r SSS &$&868SS$89S8S8S8SS868 \

'I.IJ The Progrtuite Farmer (Ualcigh, N. b no n nrranty of title or of.ountne'l N..IA.r iruttg faftr fi u tuck a faHttt /S.5.rfaisisl md ItutncHi Xtadlmg at M tow a yrto"
Or fur fattagi tlimra Dar*(iw.>l*arHnl at the prtctBoated. O.) under the above'' caption, ha tho at a judicial sale.
On no tuammt ee,...._to aaetpt from .
pwrdr iatsoyVa..ttaeorprparotroa5A.rerroat.aka. following: "The methods adopted by An agent cannot appoint a sub-agent or
w .../r U"Io"t"w.J/rr valueMtate ,delegate hit! authority.
no I
Vk..kr..k tfw. Co. 41 1041. N. \'. ing the defeat of tho Alliance will not The landlord of a store or dwelling TEYOUTd'SfiFNON

avail. If there be any one distinguishing house has a lien upon all tho property of 1 1IrLezaaY

For Coughs 0 Colds characteristic of North Carolinians it the tenant, on the promises, fur tho rent

is their admiration of true maniless and of the entire team, and this lien follows

Then no Uediclas like their love of fair play. We have studiously 1. all! such property sol i )by tho tenant dur.Ing : coi-ics AND rvib AMxovHciMiirr WILL .. eggs on Ai-ri.icric 2. .

abstained from personality, harshness tho continuance of the lease.

DR. SCHENCK'S or imputation of wrong motive to It is now a penitentiary offenso to keep Illustrated Serial Stories. -' ;/ .

those who differ with us. Wo have endeavored a gaming house or table, or run a faro .
stl ULMONIC to discus principles and not men. bank and the like. 00 The Serial Stories engaged for the year will be of unusual Interest end Finely JUaitxataa. J {;

Hut there aro contemptible cowardly Tho following illustrates a principle : Through Thick and Thin J by Molly Elliot Eeawell.Nepifon ; .
sneaks all over tho land who mliuue la 00
c ,
A died tract of land of
leaving out
SYRUP. a covert manner, to ply their the ; by C. A. Stephens Kent Hampden; by Rebecca Harding Davis. .'C ;
which 100 widowfor '
vocation as slanderer of acres were assigned 00 Suleika; by HJalmar lljorth BoyeScn. The Htygood Tea Service; by Elisabeth W. Bellamy.. ,.
1ow' Tho idow abso. '
'
It Is plwwant to ths tMle sod < IT. flue an 1t1J
It, a d IIl.theBMtUwihaledlclnelaths injuring the Alliance. They will fail the Und has various I
passed through
Naval Life and Adventure.
Life and Adventure.
world For Hale by all Druf(i t*, in their vile purpose. The Alliance is transfers, and Is now claimed by a dozen Army

Price, 11/10! per and bottle.Irs Cure Dr.mllMl Schenck's-. B AiUras<...k oaflDnMimpiiaa stronger and more determined in its glorious purchasers. The widow died in 1888, A Phenomenal Scout; by Gen O. O. Howard. Adventures of a Middy) Admiral David D. Po rJI t.' ,

Dr.J.B.Bchenok A Bon,f hlladelphla.KIERCHflNTSrlKS. fight for Uod and oppressed humanity and the heirs of A have brought suit for Reading Indian "Sign ;" by Cen. John Olbbon. Powder Monkey.; by Admiral 8. B. Luce.

than ever before in ill history. the land. They will/ recover, because tho IJ) Hunting Large Game; by Oen. John R. Drooke. A Chat about Samoa; by Admiral L. A. Kimberly' ,)::
And would these
we warn men that the 14\
statute of limitation does not begin to Gen. S. Brlsbin. Overland in Man. f.War Admiral J. H. OlWs. '
people are watching them, and are cognizant cur in favor of an adverse holder until 'If In Big Horn Canon; by James a ; 1"

Tobacco. of their unmanly and unfair work, (ration '" ,
seen Esther Chewing the exj; of tbo particular state; tr }
and that it will, sooner or later recoil on nor docs prescription undor such d
C pmBt aad l sHkfvtbm Coasen.ranhiMiid prevail Latest Discoveries in Science.
pars a fn, call fur K. &: from Hoe Hinrj OUIMJ their own head. Let every true Allianccmaa circumstances. Y

.....pI.e...!en .......at S ...ntal...tJunp.. Paitiee by our noble cause and its principles of sale to redeem his land or real estate d'
A- nctmu t.arlow aawu fur nplr. The Stars by Norman Lockyer F. R. S.
w.ntini l bund by tried and truo friends.Stand ; J. ,
:
your sold'under deed
J.M.WILLIAMS ifc CO.. I.ynehbnr., Va. mortgage, of trust or execution t
for O"<1 nnd ri!Flat. but ho !totes hli right of redemption The Moon; by Prof. E. S. Holden. The Earth ; by Prof. N. 8. Shal r. -

KING COTTON A TEST CASE. It he refuses, upon demand to deliver The'Ocean ; by Camille Flammarlon. The Sun ; by Prof. C. A. Young.

of the sold
possession property .'
Buy or sell your Cotton onJQNES A SUIT WHICH WILL DECIDB: TUB: LEGAL- within ten days. But ia cases of cross !III f
JI Athletic How Choose to
Cotton Scale. ITT or Bi-KAKEIt HEED'S RVUJ.O. growing upon the land, he can retain College Sports. to a College '.

CUT BEST. possession, under certain statutory regulations fJJ By Harvard Princeton and Yale Captain. Four Articles of great vain to any ToaD,man eouUerlaf t }

$605-TOn lanna ad....... A New York dispatch says: Proceedings for the current year. College Boat-racing by R. W. Herrick. a College Edacatloai by 1
were begun Tuesday in the United Returning or destroying a deed ; I
BraoHAMTor once
Toot-Ball at Princeton; by E. A. Poe. Pres. Seth Low Hon. Andrew D. Whit
N. Y. State court which are calculated to call made and delivered does not reinvest the !
forth from the bench a legal opinion of title ia the grantor.CoponttioDs Base-Ball Matches Loot and Woo; by A. A. Stagg. Prof. Ooldwla Smith.' Pros. MsrrUl K g..... .

SHORTHAND the legality of Speaker Ired' ruling on can be sued! in any
gr Sy.BETOLltTION
he subject of quorums. 1 bey are broughtby where they do bmioess. without count '
Articles.
I" IIOUTIUND: the importing firm of liallio, Joseph to where the cause of action arose.! Important }i'

& Co., and involve the legality of the A husband may make a deed directly
GEORGIA TELEGRAPH SCHOOL. imposition of duties at ,hu rate of 33 to the wife, and the wife make a deed The Success at the Bar of Famous Lawyers; by Lord Coleridge, Chief Justice of England. '

The Lrmdlac rheel !. ll>. Keulh. Boot cents a pound and 3-1 per cent ad valoremon directly to the husband but deeds of gift ill Incidents In the Lives of Famous Surgeons) by. Sir Morell Mackenzie, M.D.Railway j I

>1.iB you.d .I f.saenhaad w rI 1.for particular la Ike. ''.rI4. 1t..111. the consignment of cloths which arrived are void as against existing conditions of \\1// Stones by Railway Men; by Prominent Railroad Officials. '" ': .

say COL'CII: fc LLGE.'iBEEI:: Hreela.IU. in this port ou.July 10th, by the the grantor.An ( Jules Verne's Boyhood, telling bow'id became a Story Writer; by Jules Verne. It'f

-- steamer City of Kichmund. It U set forthin attachment may bfo sued out en Among the Highland Peasantry by The Marquis Lorn lllus. by The Princes Lost!... ; 1.I 1.-;. s
f
NEW gB.UcYc s&G) the papers that tho McKinley admioUt Sunday and a defendant in attachment .
PfHSIOHS .
rat ion act classifying! wonted cloths M may be sued ia any county to the state.

Au.r....... HI* K III.. "....1.1.... U. C. woolens U af no force, as it was never The law requiring citizens to be sued in The Girl with a Taste for Music. Thrown on Her Own Resources, r

Uraacb 0......,fle..elea !. Hetrelt.t_ 'hlceie.Uapplne {used urcording to law there being no the county of their residence does not ap I -- .
.. Ar-.iir* I quorum in coogrenif when it was said to ply to atta-hment coses. How can She make the most of Her Voice f What can a Girl of Sixteen dot .

,k ..\:aU". ..'11 w-..ci>Neel.lrM.>l ..,. tswlU ,. have ken iwst>ed. Judge Lacombe As a rule, the statutes, of limitations do A remarkable wrks'of paptrs writtta sprrs>ly fur A tnlft of Four practical sad b.Iptal Artlde w hkk .
f-t
and .s
lit
.pr.ni".,_ r..y.r.. II.Ie...........L._.e.....s.eI 4SMp.rppUbs. granted order requiring the apprauen not run against infants. (I" tu* COnrAirio by the foltowlaf famous siBftrs: wW prows iiifjMUre aced valoable l. asflri; by "." 1).t i'

4. .-.....-r.Jttl.....tlto..-. of It* port al.d other government cfiicial Contracts nude oa Sunday are voM. f1l Madame AlbanL Miss Marie Van Zandt Amelia E. Barr "Jenny June ...., j J
'i TaaaYaLatai..ltra.i.nr.L to lite iu court all tlwcmtnU upon\ which -
I Miss Emma Juch. Miss Emma Nevada. Mary A. Livtrraore. "Marion JladancLw..t
Iavrsier'. 11rldrs they base tb.ir action ia tulon-iog<< the Foe DrpepIa. 1.I0(1.tl"lI< &IIi Stomachdirodere !

PATENTS rrV.v:,'."races ran.r dutit-4 ccmplaiwd of by the IICtitiOOtra. loot", it rebuild. luw Uruwn'slron* the.rnlow.vluino Bitter. *. tt TU.. iUouti lust Madame Lillian Hordlca. And ctbtf Favorite Writers, .:. .H."t'.

Patrick 0 Farrell. wasULddTu A1l.raer NI .I.as.U. U A BOON TO IRELAND. and trvncttwaa the tnoaule A.vltuU.4 touIu I
._ ---- fur weak AAIt U.uUiuu d penmiM. I abroad. CtiOdrsn's % West .
-- i 1 Weekly Editorials on Current Cveoti at hoax and A Charming Page nrf 6"

-UUMCta >TUI>'...Book-keepia. ...1"""""" *..Badoeei.,,,...t-.J forma,,..... KKPOBTED PISCOTKBIK8 OF RICH rETROLEITX A man looka'for the ith of duty afar err, f H.uechel4 Artklea' will U poUiahed Irequently, flrlajr ...luJ laformafloo 1% the yeah dqartof BOSM. Bfey'Art r,' .
< Bauy laiuU vy MAO. Cuvuieu ,rr.Sryaaf. WELLS. let it jxtea ric" by his dour Work, faacy Work fabroUery,till DMwraUva ot &00... UM Cart! I'Uatf,Cookloj,sad Wets oa.uaewtuepbg.
C:.l.e.r.4i1 .nos_a. tun.b.1._. If.i .
Tlioouod of miserable and puny But!. 00
.'I'A EYPo.ITJO'1l00II, Apply M A London dispatch of Saturday : ehlhi-nea have been restored t. roblMl health <
A'I'I"U tUUL bU.1U' ANlr lays
FREE TO JAN. 1891.
, --..h.a-sad e.tte.- -a11tLAB--. .+aY._4.- A very prolific yield of petroleum \M by fettered nftiM la lJr.litll'VO"them by kind sad" tHatrvrrn luring itureaU.Mluuit- I j I THIS : WITH '

j l plewrib. sad tally ea. been discovered at Kilkeel, county Down.1t"laod. '1'.e as, New subscriber wbs wlil toe .55 s.d and a. stir .slip wltk yard ape ,
done Big ti aa .... "ly and U being formal When tbeold folk* byte sit eat a fellow ': .....0_ ."r... aed .Ld3. w. will wad Tb. V..U'a (......... i'an .. ?
I o..la apcctOcturuieoenaiawsTe a company' Ad bu g-Jl.they engage a tope.*** ......, I ..." I. saes sod f.p a 11'.11 V..p I'.. aka. Dal.. '1'.1. ..S.r'leel.d.eLLCYTBATLII ,... .
I 1 to a DATA of tbte dluaw.I to develop the product. The discoveryof I SLIP Diva POI'al.B urll.11J4 t'ItUEUIt l ... all .". I : W..LV $1 7&
I Ma u'JL1'LlUHAV.K,.. petroleum ia paying quantities in Ireland Timber. Ulneral. row Leads: sad Raaeh 1tt'I"FL&I&JI'I'1i. stead(,S rb.SbAOpcoudw.r..pt/udfat/w. .1. e. j
Y.a Is )limo:. Kansas 1eu.a aced .Aru.- A.
TIsaes.. \ nave sold Rig 1U5 will greatly assist ia reviving the bvsataadsdd. 'Trkr&U.s.liooaa-Uzi.Mu.
thn.ckalatca nan? yean, aa- } dormant industries of that country, and

&:::. '*' dtabs. taU'lAolI. there are many who believe that reload .5r.u.pIStsu.se.Tyia&a.h, :!.*an CUj.iU.BiBOAiT r where. THE YOUTH'S COMPANION Bostonr. Mass.Comtt ./: ';
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DTCl' 1b. will at no distant day be found to be "
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lrlaalt
! ..... '. .. sofa tBrngraa one of the greatest oil-producing, countries *fiLUcurce Btitous end Nervous gurf Vas.-lean 44O,000 ; :t' .

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Excursion of tho Sweeney. Millet gave turkey' supper .to severalof t '

The new steamer of the E> 0. T. Co. their friends. Some of the tables w fe X tx 11 OO The Great American Dollar

Made ftn excursion from Tltdsville toE tastefully' decorated by the ladles, which .... (-- hJf1J ;" IJj .

sd Gallic and intermediate points last considerably added to the neat appearance e S: b. i'w o : '
and demonstrated that she was of the dining room. After supper tom.tTj trJ.::
Friday, tt. spa Parts.
wine and cake O Is Diiided Into f 100 Equal
was passed around and
capable of all that wan claimed for her I-Ih ...
"' In tho way of spood. She left the City many were the well-wishes for Mr. and tj:; : @ L- U pg.tI: M 1 .0rnJI ... Ol 1 1.Tlme Merchant used to tell you it only had 1'WIkn

'dock about ten minutes ahead of the St. Mrs, J. p. Miller's future happiness and o g rgc. r =1 t" narLVncfhe would< sell you a 2e. paper of pins for So, and pocket yoqr

Augustine of tho rival line, and landed prosperity, Og would give him an opportunity to pocket
i r [ of needles
The 8 3c. A 2c. packet
just minutes aheadof quick manner In which Mrs. Miller A dipper worth
Gallic forty
,
at Ean hard-earned dollar. quart 7c
::1 IrI E..i ,

about the tho latter name: number Both steamers of stops., made Tho cake skipped for the guests round with of the the evening wine was and F": !d" g-o o0 t2 1lJ l Iw f 'TCp: a m rnr F; !' !;TI: TUEN another cost 3c.you of 10c.your milk invariably! brought "even money," and Boon

and
-s Cc 7c. Sc, pans
something surprising showing her heart C'a. ,
time of the new steamer from Tltusvillo .,. (II oC.everythmgyou had to buy.It .
list
ov
llantccvllle\ one hour and fifteen was fully alive to the auspicious event. e: en j jo tot S' t;= through the entire at oM
'to was S' "ge f tI s. | :i :. C Will, Perhaps, astonish you to figure up a bill 'of $10 priers,
Tho bent time ever made here- [ P Q "I' "
minutes. CP.1 M goods will cost you at azaar Prices.
, Palm Beach. '' Metres1D ;gjfH y and then Bee what the square
,
tofore, according to R. A. Hardec, was rt p8e (U Then com'e around and have a talk with
| a.g8iferf Ii 1
one hour and eighteen minutes made by ;

the St. Luclo. The Sweeney at no time Bluefish are beginning to appear. .-. C'.... : "" QQ op O p B a J. P. TURNER & CO.,
irnr..o
was running at full speed, but only carded Mr. J. II. Brelsford and bride arrivedon 'J R: ( CI f "The Leaders of Low Prices."

daring the trip an average of ISO the first. :f. ;. f; 5.4. yx : ;;, w E: ",' .H

pounds of steam; her Allowance being The sloop "Decrhound" Is making i 5: CP.1 -. x {j} rr. ;: to. =

1(58 pounds. Much of tho time her fire- regular trips between this point and rn r g- (JQ : g:8.8 .. 0 rn Ewe=: H E. L. :se D ,
doors were open, and there Is no doubt Juno. 'E: [ Grnr: CIlrJ ClpGOO.; g m .

if she} were pushed she could have madeat As J. G. Hoagland was burning brush 0 g 0 '.+ f p; d fI 5 rn Seed Fertilizer.
leant two miles'an hour more than po;" S"H ...., afto Groceries Grain Hay Garden
his 6 aS
on east side place the fire ran into aM3 t:: ,
she did on the trip referred to. At one the marsh and caused quite a scare; but :=:i" ;. $c. J"M Mxo o:;: : I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of
of the route front S ;;
r portion Georgian
luckily did no harm. o CD !: 8 Groceries U'ruit
(II pa ,
Ac F'miey
south -R. B. Burchfiel, the County Surveyor Staple
The Ilypoluxo Brass Band is In terrible eti g-
noted the time between two township a M McfA g.. m And Food Pro uctH '
state of affairs on account of .. !!
poli
lines a distance of six miles and
;:) ON Of All Kinds Also My Stock of
found the time occupied halfan tics. The members are almost all'good g-
was just 8
hour, showing that the people's boat Democrats, and will..vote for Dimick on III' o hv A' Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton, Seed Meal,

an,1t<: necessary: make twelve miles an the ground; but the trombonist and I JI Ground Food and Wheat.
hour without any special effort. The treasurer will do the same for another I am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively the above line of
decks were comfortably filled with passengers reason. The head of the band,says he Oooijs. I buy close, and will sell close. I Invite your correspondence and solicit

whom dont want to vote at all, but he supposes BREVARD COUNTY JAMES HOLMES, President. your patronage. Very truly,
among were many prominent :me X- BR 1DY.
shippers, who came as Invited he must or he will have to sleep outdoors ALBEIIT A. TATI.OB, Sei retary.

guests, that they might have an opportunity when he comes to, Palm Beach. STATE GEORGE M. KOBDIN.S WALTER S. GRAHAM,.
,
BANKCOCOA
These men are fast becoming :
axcompllshod
to examine the craft which is expected young > ; INDIAN RIVERREAL
Attorney-at-Law. Attorney-at-Law.,
to give them successful competition. musicians: the only drawback ,
to them Is the trombonist who is

The. passengers were unanimous in doing well if he Is within half dozen ,- FLORIDA Robbins & Graham I

their expressions of delight and satisfaction notes of the others; but poor fellow, ESTATE ,

at tho .appearance and speed of how can you expect him to do bettor CAPITAL:

the Sweeney, and affirmed, their Intention when ho is In his condition? (Can a Paid Up, $2 ,OOO.
of giving It their liberal support. man get married and play trombones on Authorized, $100,000. EXCHANGE Real Estate Dealers.

On returning to Tltusvllle the stamor $3 per week is the question that Is agitating ,

ran aground on the bar in front of the his mind at present.) Well boys; Is Now OrE and Fully Equipped for
COCOA Indian River FLA. ALL KINDS OF PROPERTY BOUGHT, SOLD, AND EXCHANGED.
Indian River Hotel in trying to make the keep it up, but I advise 70'U to excludeall ,
landing at tho Citizens'! dock. This mishap outsiders after this; even If you have Banking in all its Branches I Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Company.

was mainly due to the' fact that It to put a notice In tho store to warn them BUSINESS SOLICITED. ,

:was very dark at tho time of her arrival to keep away. Property of All Kinds Bought, Sold and Titusville Brevard Co. Florida.
to Loan
and the strong north wind which lOW A YDACK" Money on Approved Security ,

prevailed at the time had lowered the DIRECTORS: Exchanged. P. O. Box, 250. ,

water almost a foot since .her departure Pierce Ar.BEivr A. TAYLOR, President. We Buy and Sell All Kinds of Kcal Estate, and are Sole Agents fore
.
large list of carefully-selected Properties in all parts of Brevard county.
JAMES HOLMES
In themorning. Vice-president. All will be RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, location and value of any Property
The new Company were unable to begin It. B. HOLMES Cashier. 2T" Inquiries promptly on Indian River. '

their regular run from New Smyrnaon [Special to the Advocate.] 11 J. M. SANDKIIB. J. F. WOOTEX. !and reliably answered. 11 Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are unequalled
and effort will bo made to satisfaction to Purchasers
Monday morning on Schedule time THURSDAY, Nov. 6th. every give perfect intending
who favor us with their
owing to being disappointed In obtainingtheir Fort Pierce booming. long time pay.: He says he spent a jolly good time No may Properties listed unless patronage.the Title is Perfect. '
supply of wood, but started aftera Mr. Andrew Carlilo's horse became while away; but the trip cost him about Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring large bodies of Low-
few hours delay and Is Mr. and Mrs. Tyler have arrived at Priced Lands. '
now makingher frightened, a few days ago, and for $000.
regular trips with a prospect of doIng last.Mrs. i awhile became quite unruly. He threw Write for Descriptive Catalogue.
-Read this
a paying business the course of a Olmstead is improving very fast Mr. Carlile out of the. wagon, and in morning's election news
,
low weeks. from her severe Illness. some way got him between' the barn and on page 5.

Masters Reuben ,and Chaa. Carlton wagon. If ho had not succeeded In gettingout -Col. L. A. Barnes and wife left EDWARD STILING

Presentation at_ the Indian River have been confined to the house a short so quickly ho would have been seriously Thursday for Boston, Mass. They go to ,
time with fever.A hurt; but as it was be came out attend the golden wedding celebration,

Hotel very select party met at the residence with only few bruises.LOCAL the 50th anniversary of the marriage of: Cocoa, Indian River, Florida
,
Mr. Barnes father and mother, which
of Mr. Shook for a social dance
.To' Mr.. and Mr. Miller, Who WeN the Interesting event will occur at Roxlord, Dealer in
I Tuesday evening.
Recipients of a Beautiful Gold-Headed NEWS. Mass., on tho /5th of November. Gainesville
Quite a number of new families have Paints Hardware Stoves TIn (arg & Agateware
IVklklng Btlck and a Gold ron-TIolder Sun.-Col. and Mrs. Barnes are well
,
moved Into town-to stay they say. The ,
and Pencil CM Combined ft FarewefltUIt. known at Cocoa and Rockledge.
more the merrier. Continued from Page !. PLUMBERS' & MILL SUPPLIES, OILS, GLASS &; PUTTY, TABLE
.
Tath.rO'Borls on Hand. Mrs. McCarty says she has the finest I -Dr. Dixon's house Is being rapidly &: POCKET CUTLERY, BARBED WIRE, WIRE NETTING,
On Monday evening, in the parlor of
school on the river. She Is certainly the pushed forward by Contractor HalL Steamboat Competition. &; WIRE CLOTH.
the above hotel
a genuine surprise was
given mine host and hostess by the following right teacher for the place. -The repairs on the Lund House have -

ladles and gentlemen: Mr. and We will be able to tell of a wedding In commenced. The old roof Is being rip- The J.,, T.K.; W. Ry. Co. have

!Ira. II. B. Horsey, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. a few days, but now we will not dare pod off and a new one put in its place. yielded to the decision of the Railroad d

Watson. Mrs. E. D. Fitzgerald, Mr. S. M. even to whisper It, as it Is a profound -Mrs. Belcher returned to town last Commission, and gracefully received the

and Miss Laura Lorimer;the Revs Father secret. Friday, accompanied by her sister Sam freight of the E. C. T. Co., at the end 0a

O'Boyle and J. N. Jones, Dr. W. S. Mr. G. B. Burke, of ten mile creek Is now happy.Mr. I, of the dock, giving them the same facilities

Graham; and Messrs., R. Ranson, M. W. was In town yesterday showing the J. R. Walker* new residence In in the receipt and transfer of freight

Lichty, J. Huntington, C, H. Walton plans of his new house, soon to be erect- North Tltusvllle, Is fast approaching which they accord the Indian River .
.and J. T,'Sanders. ed. completion. Steamboat Company. The railway 3. 0WL

At the appointed hour the party entered Mr. Len Gardner's trade boat laid up -The only all-year hotel, '!The Trav- company have decided, for the present.at .

the parlor, and Mr. C. II. Watson, for repairs a few days, but started out I. elers," Jacksonville Rates reduced to least, to receive freight at the end oi -- itla_ _,.......,, ...._ -- -
(the genial purser of the'Steamer St. again with a fresh lot of goods on Mon. $2 a day. e the dock, and not charge for its transferto DOORS, SASEI:, BLINDS, IZRIOg
,
Augustine,) went down stairs and invitee day last the town depot, as they did last summer Lime & Cement
build
-Will nobody a house to rent Shingles & Lath
; Mr. and Mrs. Miller up to see some Mr. Jas. Bell has just completed his when a test case was made. It Is Guns Ammunition
Wa are inundated with for and Fishing Tackle of all kinds.
applications Ship Chandlery Goods Gauze
friend As soon as the venerable old contract of rebuilding the bridges on the houses and there Is not one to rent in not certain that they will deliver freight Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasoline Stoves, Coffins and Caskets,;
pair got seated Mr. Ranson reached five and ten mile creeks. They were Titusville.Mr. consigned for down-river points, to the ARTESIAN WELL PIPE Specialty Lawn Mowers, Ice
,Father O'Boylo an elegant gold-headed In a very bad condition.: end of the dock when marked in care of Cream Freezers; Brick, Lime, Cement and
cane. At this juncture "Grandpa" began Geo. S. Northrop and Miss Mag- the E. C. T. Co., but it is probable if Table Chimney Pipe; Flaps &; Bunting;
'to weaken, but when father O'Boyle NELLIE ELY gie Campbell, of New Haven, Conn., they will receive at the end of the dock and Pocket Cutlery; Mouldings, Scroll Work, etc., etc.
Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free
looked ,&t the Immense stature of the came In on Wednesday evening's train, they will also deliver at that point. Every solicited and estimates furnished promptly. on application. Correspondence

gray-haired veteran In front of him, he LaGrange. on their way down to Rockledge. ; right which the E. C. T. Co. has Q

co&Idered It to much of a job, and concluded -Mr. H. M. Flagler and President claimed or contested for, and which the -

la a few coraplimentorr remarks. Young and party arrived here at 4:15 It. R. Commission awarded them, has
'ay-presenting him with the cane "as a [Get your job printing done at the ADVOCATE. yesterday afternoon, and proceeded been granted. A charge of two cents J. S. Watson Co.

souvenir. from his Florida 'grandchil Everything new.] down the river as soon as they could get per box wharfage was made on the goods a

dren.'" This was too much for "Grand Mr. L. A. Coleman has purchased three on board the steamer. delivered by the Sweeney yesterday, but ,

p '." big heart; but his genial help-mate yoke of oxen, and with his large business -Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Willsey and Mr. the charging of wharfage was a question

through life cheered him up, and lie keeps them quite busy and Mrs. A. J. King are stopping at the left unsettled by the R. R. Commission, Commission

managed, In a neat little speech, to return Mrs. Charlotte Nail Is visiting her Indian River Hotel Both the above who claim that they have no jurisdiction -
his heartfelt thanks to all his over wharfage charges. The cordial AND
aunt Mrs. Lou Carlile. It has been a gentlemen are engineers connected with
friends from the North, South, East and good while since she was here, and she the Indian River Steamboat Co. reception given the new line when it
West made its bow at the end of the dock yesterday
herself much with FORWARDING l
: ext came "Grandma's" turn, who the expresses Improvements as In our little pleased place since -Mr. W. M. Lichty made a slight mistake was somewhat of a surprise, for MERCHANTS *

vas handsomely remembered by the ladles her last visit over the election which we understand no less a personage than Mason Young i
with a combination gold-pen and was considerably in favor of Mr. himself assured the managers of the
Mr, John II. Same, our school superintendent Heresy We would rather Mr. Dealers in
pencil. She thanked them kindly, and Llchty Sweeeey that she would not be allowedto Fertilizers
promised to write some long letters from of Courtney, visited our tell the tale personally land at the railroad wharf, notwithstanding ,

Georgia, 1theuhe and "Grandpa" say school Wednesday, and last.several We of are the always neighbors glad, on to -Mr. J. S. Watson, who has been on the ruling of the R. R. Com- P. Ileiuloi-Noii Ac Oo's Gardcn S cds,

they are going to spend the remainder of a trip to Eldora and New Smyrna, Is in mission. It was suspected at the time
have him come, and hope he will be
their evening of life. around quite often during the school town again, giving his friends a glowing that he was only playing a game of bluff. Orange Boxes Crates & paper.
It was "Grandpa" Miller's Intention to term. discriptlon of the steamer Sweeney's The question as to whether the charge ,

leave lore for Georgia on Thursday rapid motion through the water, of wharfage Is justified will be tested in
morning; but as this would put his Some of Titusville's young men find nvel' the courts; but as It will require a great CEMENT, PLASTER & HAIR. AGENTS FOR OCALA LIME
guests and the traveling public to some ) attractive out here, and say they -As announced in our last week's issue many boxes of fruit to amount to a considerable Agents for the -
Inconvenience, his better nature prevailed enjoy nothing so well as to spend Sunday i the marriage referred to was that sum, and as much of the Sweenera C. F. T. REFRIGERATOR CARS

and he will remain until next week, in LaGrange. Now my young of our respected lady friend, Miss Susie freight will go via New Smyrna, Will FuruUh Can{Shea Desired .. see| that then are properly LOADED ICED BILL
piuch to the gratification of his friends, a word of warning and caution Lorimier, who is to be married to Mr. the wharfage charges may remain unsettled ED, and TRACED to Pectination.

-friend many In your ear: Most aj of our citizens Frank Ironmonger, of Jacksonville. It for a short time without any serious We will Buy all kinds of Fruits, Vegetables Furs
who have daughters brogans will, aa previously stated, take place in we will Buy and Sell and Skins. in fact
Mr. Miller may be seen almost any day wear heavy effect on the new line. There is still a anything offered to us.
promenading Washington witha tho Presbyterian church, in Titusville, discrimination on all those classes of Correspondence solicited on wants
avenue any
Mrs. Davis of Osteen sister of Mrs. on the l$th inst you may have. .
l>I asant smile ou his countenance; and freight in which the through rate is less Respectfully J.
with a firm grip upon his appreciated Dr. Screven, of THusville, has been, for -YeeLee, the Chinese laundryman, than the cum of the locals between S. WATSON & CO"Advocate"

present, Le treads the side-walk with a the last few days, a most welcome guestat returned from bis trip to California on down-river points and Tltusrllle and

stately step like a royal'drum-major. Mrs. Chsudoln's. We were fortunate Saturday last He stopped off at a few TUnsvllle" and Jacksonville. This will Job

enough to make her acquaintance, and place on the way, and also started "a compel the E. C T. Co. to carry Its Prl ntllloffiCe

WMHIM found her a most pleasant lady. W.ho11' restaurant on Royal t New Orleans, freight via New Smyrna and to nuke

On Wednesday evening, Hi ,and Idea.V she will remain la oar place a. good which he soon RUnaulateJ, M U did not trl'wcdll1nat of dally trips IIAS A COMPLETE OUTFIT OF NEW TYPE OF Tm: x xrr.1'DL -
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