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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: November 14, 1890
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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CIirjItCH NOTICES. -Mr. Julius Tyler, treasurer of the Service at the Episcopal church -:Mr. holstein Harvey, of Wilmington, -The turtle season Is In full swIng. Before tho election we had three

Florida Canning Co., returned to Fort every Sunday. Del., started on a trip to Jupiter to-day, Quito largo number left on Monday' popular "B's",, -Brown, Brady and BeU .4

EPISCOPAL: CHURCH. Pierce to day. -10 per cent off on clothing for a few And returns home again Monday.J. train for the northern markets.Mr. 'her-on our Town Council; and now \

F hrenlnff Divine at service 7 o'clock.every Sunday I morning 11, -Mr. Edward Stung, the Cocoa mer days nt tho Bazaar. *13 P. Turner Co. make ft specialty F. C. Cantlne, of Orange, N. .T., wo have three popular '-B's" on our

I ne,..B.F. Brown.wlll officiate the second and of fine shoes. were the arrival at the Grand river steamers-Bravo, Brock and Bttlo.
burth Sumlayn. chant, returned from his trip to st. -)( Chan. T. McBrlde, of Melbourne, among

|Sunday' School' at 3 o'clock p. in. Louis on Monday's train. came up to town Sunday to attend on -Mr. JT. B. Archibald, of the Narrows, View lout night. -Our readers' attention Is called to t'' .,

[Holy onth. Communion second Sunday In the -Mr. W. II. McComber, of Jacksonville the Jury. has been in town for a few days.Mr. Messrs. Bobbins it Graham have tho new ndvt. of Paxton, Mnttox A Co.,

Rev.-B. F. HBOWS, Rector. left here to-day for his place at -The only nil-year hotel, "Tho Travelers J. D. Crabb Is building for himself sold their interest In the sloop Mutual mtw-mlll proprietor, of, Clinch Haven

Life to Mr. J. P. Turner.Mr. Hl'm'ghIt will 1x3 found on page 4.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH TilhnamMessrs. Jacksonville. Bates reduced to a home on the lot he recently purr

[machine every Sabbath at 11 a. m. and 7 $1 a day. chased of W. P. Hatchett.J. W. R. Walker started for Melbourne -Mrs. din. Brock and Miss Jonrilo!
F. m. Sabbath School at 930 a. m. Prayer Geo. II. Clark I\OflJohn Snl- Chan.
bee ting every Wednesday evening at T::30. man, of Rochester. N. Y., started for -The juice of the saw palmetto berryIs S. Watson it Co. have received Wednesday, on Ida way to Wave- Brock, wife and sister of Captain
Rev. Jxo. Fov,rutor.BAI'TIS'r Eau Gallic yesterday. land. Brock, nrrlrcd In town Saturday night s'and
being largely exracted by Dr. Fox, of some fine cypress ladders for gathering "
returned to Jacksonville Monday,
rr By subscribing $I.u0 per annum New Smyrna, who finds ready sale for oranges. Don't bo disappointed by planting I

I:Preaching every 4th CHURCH.I Sunday at. 11 a. m. and for the ADVOCATE, it will only cost you all ho extracts.Mr. -The attention of our readers l Is old seed, but buy Peter Henderson & -Tho ADVOCATE has just received

p. m. Sunday !school every Sunday at 4 p.m Three Cent Per Week, Postage/ Included, Robt. C. May, of Rockledge, drawn to tho new advt., of the Queen Co.'s fresh seed from J. S. Watson: 0...' sumo photographs of tho Ran Gallto ,
-yer meeting every Thursday at 7H p.m. liver Treutter Hotel and grounds and 'i ,
Rev. A. I). COIIEJ(,Pastor. to any part of tho United States. Thif spent Sunday and a part of Monday in and Cresent Railway in this weeks Issue. -Captain Jno. Carey, wife, child and ,
thc residence and grounds of Mr and
small sum will not ruin you. town. lIe started for homo on the -Tho PnlntknAcrnW says: Senator nurse, arrived from Rochester, N. Y., '

CATHOLIC CHURCH. Bcnj. Tony, of Atlantic City, N. J., steamer :Sweeney. Quay U on his way to Florida to catch last night, nod left for their winter home Mrs. J. O. Walton. They are well token
I Mass and Sermon at 10 o'clock a. m. Sunday and are credit to tho photographersMessrs. -
horning at Masonic hall. was in town Sunday, -Mr. and Mrs. Miller left on Monday tarpon lie should remember that these at Ell Oallle thin morning.J. .
Owen A Woodward Ocala, Fla.,
Rev. Father O'novLE,Pastor. -Money I Money! I Money 1 III! I to morning's steamer for Jupiter, on a visit fish are white and Democratic. P. Turner A Co. are offering a Now +
of
METHODIST- -CHURCH. loan on real estate. Apply to Robbins to their son, ere they leave for Georgia. -I will /give with every forty dollar discount of 10 per cent off of their already Benjamin and Clinton arrived, Esq.In, this city r E ESmyrna

:Preaching e\'l'rylot and third Sundays' at 11 Graham, Tltusvillo, Fla. They are expected back next Sunday purchase of dry goods, hoots, shoes, I remarkably low prices, on clothing,, the family, their return f '
m. and 7 p. m. Sunday School' every Sunday morning.A hats and for the next thirty days, to make room Friday on Algonquin/ on
1:30 p. m. All are cordially Invited to attend. -Mr. Joel Swain, of Fort Drum, came clothing millinery, one large trip from England whore they have spent ,

J. N.JONES,l'alotor.Koch's to town on Saturday evening. lIe naphtha launch, named the "Kan oil painting, worth five (10Ila1'8.-Ueo. B. for the Christmas trade. tho summer with their aged parents. IIo

has this week been to I 14- who wish to have their
brought up the election returns, and re- sas City, shipped Rumph. Shippers hall lately sold an orango grove of ton

Great DUcovcry. turned Wednesday.J. Mr. J. W. Merrill, of Tropic. With a I -The two young ladles\ In town who freight come Via the E. C. T. Co., will acres for tho handsome sum of ten thousand

fine residence and a nice boat to get tried to get out of their lessons at school please advise their consignors to mark i.
S. Watson it Co. are agents for dollars. Tho grove Is only eight
will Publlnh the Process to the World
S around In Mr. Merrill and family can I and bill their Via E. T. C. Co.,
goods
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by trying to work inn excursion on
this for
y" Within a few Daya.BEXLIM the Moycr patent orange box head, and up years old. How Is orange
enjoy themselves considerably on the otherwise they will be sent from Jacksonville .
the steamer to Now
November 10.-Professoi would like to give you prices before you I Sweeney Smyrna culture?-Mrtrt>iM>ll,.
river. Tuesday completely failed In their efforts by the J., T. A K. W. Ry. Co,
_och has dismissed as completely cured buy other kinds. -For sato cheap, tho oat: yacht "Rosa-
everal of the patients whom he wa -Mr. If. M. Flogler and party passed for the above steamer never In- By giving specific Instructions on this "
Senator Matt. Quay and his son'Mr.Richard IIml. This boat Is n fast IIl\lltlrlInd ono
reatlng for consumption. here on board the steamer St. Augustine tended giving an excursion this week. point It will Insure receipt by tho Swee-
His son-in-law, Dr. Pfuhl, promlsei R. Quay, of Beaver, Penn., arrived and the of the lest all-round boats on the river.
soon place now concern on
their to ney,
,hat the method of treatment will be In Tltusville on Saturday nlght'i Sunday morning, on way Daytona. -Get Albert S. Magruder, of Rock- Sire, 20 feet long and 0 feet 8 Inches

ade public within three weeks. lIe train, and left Sunday for their place at They bad just returned from their ledge to put down your artesian wells. a paying basis. beam. In excellent condition and well

aye that the method Is not exactly of St. Lucie. trip to Jupiter and up the St. Lucie River He gets the largest flow of water from -Wo are Informed that crocodiles ai fitted for cruising cither on the river .ot'

he nature of inoculation. He asserts wbero they had Jjrcnt sport fishing well as alligators exist In Florida waters,
the least depth He puts tho pipe downto outside. Finished In hard wood with
hat it cures lupus quickly and surely. -Go around to the Bazaar and get a ,
etc. hard rock and will satisfaction A gentleman, who called at this office r\
BERLIN, Nov. 11.-Professor Berg- watch ticket. The watch not only don't guarantee cork mattresses find cushions for scat
ann Inoculated fifteen consumptive -Mr. William P, Law he, formerly of In all his work-from two to six few days ago, said ho saw two crocodiles Apply to 11. W. Jerome, Brnntloy, or

atlents Thursday by Professor Koch'i cost you a penny, but you save money; Tltusville, Florida, is visiting his father inch wells lie boa a complete sot of brought Into Key West by a Captain Bobbins A Graham Tltusvlllo. tf"
and the day exhlb by placing yourself In a position to accept ,
Tooess, on following Hall who them
harpooned near Capo
and mother on Ponchtree street, for a tools for the business. Address Albert '
ted one of the patlenta before a number one free. -Our hardware merchant F. T. Budge:
few days. Mr. Lawsho holds an Impor- S. Magruder Rockledge Fla. *2t Sable. He stated that tho difference between s
[of physicians, In order to show the -Is getting tho foundations ready fur
that had resulted within twenty- -Mr. C.,V. Bartow, of New York, arrived tant with in Palat- those saurian and tho alllgaton
change position heoquarters
-Mr. J. M. Jones, who Is well knownIn his new brick store. The building Is to
four hours. here Saturday, on his way down ka and it Is in the Interests of the Geor- Is that the head is longer and not so fiat
this city as being connected with theauditor' bo 80 feet front by one -hundred feet 1*
BERLIN, Nov. 11.-In accordance with the river. :Mr. Bartow left here :Monday; and and tho front teeth of tin
narrow
Southern that ho West for few ,
his statement that he desires neither gia goes a office of the J. T., and later of depth, which U an unusua)1large building *
material advantage nor pecuniary rewardfor morning for his place. at Lake Worth, for weeks.-Atlanta Journal.Mr. Jacksonville, has been appointed chief lower jaw are exposed to view. TIle ADVOCATE to bo occui led by one merchant I.a I.!

his discovery of a method for the the winter. Theodore Washburn arrived at clerk to the division superintendant of Is under the Impression that town the size of Tltusvllle; but the )

'cure of consumption, Professor Koch 100.00 Reward given to persons spelling the Indian River Hotel Monday evening the Tltusvillo branch of that road and there Is a moro noticeable difference between proprietor assures us that lie will need
will in two or three days, publish a full the''alligator and the crocodile
ount of his researches in connectionwith tho most words, using the letters In from Owensboro', Kentucky. He broughttwo assistant to Captain Watson, of the Indian every Inch of the space; and It must be

the discovery.The our name. Write for partlculars.- fine hunting dogs with him. :Mr. River Steamboat Company, with for while the former moves Its upper jaw, remembered that our merchants do not

Frankfort Zeltung: affirms that Dunbar's System Tonic Co., Cleveland, Waubburn spent all last winter here, and headquarters at Tltuaville.-Palatka the latter works Its lower one. rely on the trade of Tit aville for their

the lymph used in inoculating patient Ohio. 145Mr. his friends to Time -Tho Indian River Lumber Company but receive a largo proportion
Weekly
will be within the reach of all and it will many were pleased see support,
cost only 25 marks for a small phial. J. F. Miller, general supt., and him In town again. we notice, are doing a very sntlsfocto of their trade from down-river point

The success of the treatment Is certain and :Mr. II. I. Miller, supt. of the Pennsylvania Messrs. Wm. M. Brown and J. P! ry and constantly-increasing bu.lnell"Joselh -some orders coming. fur a* one hundred '
in tubercular affections of the skin, 1cnd,1l11B8 accepted a position
Central Railway; with their: and fifty miles.
and bones and also in the early Turner were over at the ocean beach on with tho and from tin
joints Wedding __ Cards new concern,
stage of pulmonary complaints. The attorney and legal adviser, returned Sunday, accompanied by their photographic / Local Continued on 1' f1tJ 8.
In which ho lies
destroys the tubercular baccilli home In their special car last week. and while .ae We shall be pleased to' :::1 pleasant manner greets
lymph
cameras; they were receive share of friends who happen to bo In \ r 4
:; a your s. numerous
{Several: authorities confirm the report of -The St. Augustine returned from there, several views of the new club IU Job Work-envelopes, a. the should Tho Indian River Hotel -
a cure by Dr. Koch' method of a case of GI { } the vicinity of yard, we Judgehe '
her trip to Daytona on Monday evening, house taken. We to these letter-heads note-heads ,
Inpus on the face and arms within five were hope see 1 is well pleased! with his now position -
The lymph throws off the baccilli bringing with her :Mr. G. D. Ackerly, photographs ere long. Mil-heads, statements,
days. p or anything else. r Competition Is the life of trade, and the U Mow Under the Management of Mr.'W..,
by the necrotic process. Inoculationwith general pass agent of tho J., T. & K. W. -Mr.: H. B. Hersey who took chargeof .. beginning
Is Ineffectual In syphilitic -- rapid development of this section is B. Pock, of South Fgremont, Mat, Aaoo.al.t.td .
lymph He started down tho river Tuesday
'affections. Ry. the Indian River Hotel for a few clays h to demand more than one reprolentatlvo by an Kfllclcnt Htair of Whit A '

The Franklin telegram to the Berlin Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE maybe ; prior to the arrival of the new proprietor In each of the principal lines of Folk

that the emperor has made a left with Mr. L. C. Hughlett by; Mr. W. B. Peck, fulfilled the trust buslnes. First steamboats, then newspapers 4
persona Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Peck Mr. and Mrs.Oeo. .,
gift of 250,000 marks to Professor ,
the residents of Cocoa and vicinity, Imposed him with great credit, later lumber and
upon more recently
best best. Fertilizers fertil- ; z zMr
Best
of the
Koch, and another same A. Peck, of South Egroniont.Lsse
which will be placed promptly on our and entire satisfaction to both the
What next'oh ?
gave and watchmaking.
amount to endow a national Institute. izers, fertilizers always on hand at J. jewelry and! Mrs. S. W Hart, of Plttsfleld, I
The lymph Is described as a transparent lIst. boarders and guests. The ADVOCATE I for another railroad.
S. Watson & Co.'s Titusville.
: :Mass. Miss Helen Cannon, of Benlng-:
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yellowish fluid, having a slight smellof -Me: P. S. Johnston Geo. II takes pleasure In noticing the above.
srs. Yankee Doodle owned the
-Tbe by
carbolic acid.LOCAL. -Lime, lime, lime.. Cement, cement, ton, Vt.'Mlss; Ida Board, of North Eg-
Young and W. C, B. Rawson have started .. There was considerable activity members of the "Canaveral Club," which
cement. Plaster and hair. We are headquarters romont, Mass.; and Miss Mary Mullen,

NEWS.Society a poultry company at Seville. Mr. about the Court-House last Monday.and for the above and would like has been on the ways for,a week or so, of Sheffield Mass., arrived! at the abova ,

Johnston Is the traveling auditor of the Tuesday, the County Court and the you to write us for prices before placing Is now In the water again, looking ai hotel Tuesday evening

J., T. A K. W. Ry., and is known by Board of County Commissioners both being your orders elsewhere. J. S. Watson neat and! trim all a new boat. It speaks Mr. W, B. Peck Is the new proprietor;
and General Gossip In connection in Titusville. The ADVOCATE In session at the time. The overhaul six
many same volumes for the thorough what
Hirer and Lake Worth sections & Co., Tltnsville. U and It U really astonishing a transformation
with daring Indian put week. Brief mention olInteresting wishes the new company every success County Solicitor being prosecuting attor S.II. and wife took the childrenup has received at the hands of Capt. John ho lion caused to be made Jn
Ray
Events About People You Mr. Johnston was In town last night,, ney in the former, and advisory counsel -to Oak Hill fora few days since our Slmonson and Mr. Henry Dreyer Tin the place In so short a time. The bedrooms -.,

Know, and People You Pout Know- and left again this morning.G. to the latter, had his hands full. members of the Ocean Beach Cub ought have been thoroughly overhauled
last issue to visit their grandparentsMr I
Picked up by Our Society Editor. -Captain Paddlson-having: arrangedthe to be proud of the Yankee Doodle. )Jr., cleaned Indeed much that
Butler and and
W. a physician a sur- and :Mrs. 1acarthy-at Oak Hill. ; so so, one

geon, from Palestine, Texas, who baa affairs of the E. C. TransportationCo. They report the trip on the Sweeney asa Geo. H. Rood, the energetic secretary of the AOVOCATK proprietors nearly failed

-:Mr, T. H. Sanders, of Courtney,, been stopping with Captain R. A. Har and got the steamer Sweeney run- delightful experience.C. and manager Is working like a Trojan to to recognize his room. '

gave us a call yesterday.Mr. returned home ning regularly on her schedule, and the get everything neat and in readiness for
dee for a few days, on All the important o1lcea-chef: wait
-: C. L. Faber, of City Point, was II. Nauman, Esq., and son were the members of the Club, pf which Mr
train. He will flow of traffic fairly started toward the
in town :Monday. :Monday morning's probably rouses, etc.-are filled! by white folks,.th
-The new residences of Mr. Sam Ray return here in a short time, and settle new line-left last Tuesday for North over from the IIaulover region, last Tuesday Cory, of Boston, In a prominent one, colored help having been discharged. Inconsequence
laying In a stock of supplies In the Mr. Heed who "lias beta In town for a
Carolina for the of conveying ,
and Dr. J. M. Dixon are being rapidly on Indian River. purpose of this reformation, every
pushed forward. his family back to their home. He Is way of provision for man and beast. day or HO, started for Canaveral Club In U to of
beginning wear
thing an aspect
-Mrs. Bravo returned to town last -Mr. J, P. Miller gave up the proprietorship expected back In about a week. We always knew there was considerable the Yankee Doodle on Wednesday after. neatness cleanliness and orderliness

night, after attending the wedding of of the Indian River Hotel or agility In Mr. Nauman's make-up, but noon. She was loaded down with a mis ;

I her sister, at St. Augustine.All Sunday, and :Mr. H. B. Hersey took -The Indian River Baptist Association his gymnastic feat at the City Dock on cellaneous cargo of goods for the club. and It only now remain for Mr, HutchInson : -

I bids for extending the City charge until the arrival of :Mr. Peck, the will meet In this place, on Friday, the day mentioned, while the Sweeneywas the owner, to assist Mr. Peck, *o> )
defeat of Senators
wharf were rejected by the Town Council new proprietor. This is the seventh 21st :Nov. Delegates coming by railwaywill her landing showed him -The crushing: that the hotel may be made a success

at their meeting yesterday afternoon.Mr. change in the proprietorship of the hotel be met at the station; others will making possessed Matt. Quay (now at Kt. Lucie), the political and a credit to Indian River as well ML
that
J. P. Garvey and son, of Cincinnati since it first opened. report at the Presbyterion church, Ti- of powers were a surpriseeven earthquake in ;New England, and to oth of the Interested parties.
to his best friends. Our staff reporter -
i 0. left here for Rockledge yea.terday. the upheaval In the western
general
tusville. There will be an excursion on to his usual Mr. hart, who Is a r"-d'_" la the
-"The coming wedding. Sereralpar- managed) assume States unborn the Republican .
completely
the 20th to the 25th inclusive Round kitchen to be
-The city of Key West, with Its 24,000 lift in tills city have received invitations gravity when our IIaulover friend en- party says an exchange. The sentiment appears giving generalsatisfaction.
has but one regular hotel. What trip ticket one fare from DeLand and he failed to .
people, to the marriage of Mr. Frank Ironmonger edavored to explain why of the element of the
a monopoly. The proprietor, naturally! Sanford to Titusville and Intervening the dock to his younger Mr. Peck U an hotel proprietor of -.
must be getting rich.Arrangements of this city, to Miss': Susie Lorimler,, make the transit from northern States I I.* strongly toward the
Informed aid to
points. standing we are
some ,
on Tuesday the 18th inst, boat In the usual manner. It was as and the ;
. have been made for of Titusvflle, Democratic party, Republican
ha 'I.-I the Mount
lie Everett at
1 the accommodation of about twenty says the Jacksonville Standard. Miss -The steamer Sweeney already beginning good as a circus to see the Lag of aU have already exhausted their recruiting just ,

more pupils at the public school. This Lorimier for some year resided in Jack- to pick up considerable freight.On he was endeavoring to control get the sources. Senators McKinley,Quay, Platt, South Egreniont, )(allll., after very suer

: will be good news to those who were unable sonville, her father being city comptroller the trip down from New: Smyrna last upper band, and Insist upon its custodian Harrison Co played the devil, and cessful season. We have no doubt this

I; to gain admittance.We for several terms, and was a great monday, she had a very satisfactory taking an Involuntary bath In the now they can drink the broth t What a gentleman will be well patronized not
are asked to correct an error in only by his old guest, but by the oumer*
; the Star regarding the new jewelry store favorite in society circle Mr. Iron- load, her freight and passenger list aggregAting waters of the Indian River; but our cyclone! What political destruction.Well .
tourist and visitor to the Indian
ous
one door south of the Htar office, which monger is the well known passenger something over (50. There high regard for the unwilling bather may Senator Quay and his son,

should read "J. E. Ender & Co.," in agent of the Clyde Steamship Line. were several through passenger for prevented us from mocking at his misfortune Dick, rush to the shores of our beauttlful !- River and Lake Worth sections this

! place of J. P. Turner A Co., as these, and her and out of respect to his sensitive winter. The ADVOCATK wish him lUOo
The happy event will take place at thePreCbytedanchurchatTituulUe.How Rockledge; among freight was Indian River for a rest after the
two firms hale no connection whatever. one hundred hives of a fine variety of nature we concealed the fact that political turmoil and strife, and defeatof cess In his new undertaking. ,
--The Town Council at Its meeting hotels in tha
excellent town
With two
1 yesterday took step to Insure the repair is It our esteemed contemporary, the bees for a Mr. Jones at City Point. we were a witness to the occurrence and their party Let u* hope Senator -'
and Grand VUv and the
of all sidewalk needing attention. popular Florida Standard ha*not yet been Shipment of good were also sent by listened to his version of the affair Quay will recuperate while rusticating Indian River -

A notice requlrelng that all walk in bad remembered with an invitation These several of our Titusville merchant, with sympathetic surprise. Moral: M a disciple of Sir Isaac Walton at St. other good hotels bet ween Tltujvllle and

condition be remedied within U people' friend-the Press-ought not to amongst them being 24 barrel of fertil- Ship your goods by the Sweeney, and Lnele and other charming places on, the Lake' Worth northern visitor need not
J will be served upon the owner of th lower river and at Lake Worth. fear about their not being well cared foe.
, premise having faulty walls be overlooked. izer and potatoes by J.. 8. Watson A Co. don't attempt to paddle your own canoe.

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.t.t"Yh Adv West Short assert*.that Mexico U,see* J -I Of the Independent organization* In FARMERS' ALLIANCE. NOTES.NEWS .- I HEWS OF THE SODtH

Easf Coast cai leg some means of reducing htt, army; .. field, Monday morning, boldly chal:
the Standard to battle by ad --"

I .- _,. ,.,_=t.mU8VIfU' without offending her hundred and ftj; WHAT 18 ng the price of Buckeye oil from 80 OF THE ORDER AND ITS BRIEF NOTES OF AN INTER..

tLnRhfA generals._ _._ _ 82 cents. All the other independent MEMBERS. E8TINO NATURE.
followed suit, and the Stand --

"Washington; California has 1,200.000 people, ;yet, : will probably meet tho advance, and THE VARtotS pine* ITFJIS moM: ALL sorters in tnaSOBTircnN
believes that A MJMMAHT IS BRIO DONE IS
WHAT
fhiStar
marvels the Chicago;; Post, they pay as OP oil war is now on. The excite ADVANCEMENT OF STATES THAT WILL ENTERTAIN -
b.'t: of universities, the DENIED ) !:! and is SECTIONS FOR THE
be the
*. city much taxes as Pennsylvania doc with among producers operators OROUIZATIOLJGISJA''fl0 THE REAJ)1J\-J.CCtDENTII!: Finns
molt CSCLB : GREAT
THE
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of absorbing
tducattonat centre of the Republic an FLOODS, ETC.
6,000.000. run CAULK :(, ROTES' ETC.
I F.re wax discovered in the hold of the -

The Atlanta o.n.titutjq? finds that thPggregat4 "All the thread consumed- Iron Mallor.y steamship Loons, while Fire Sunday rooming partially de-
wealth of all the rich men of by our busy The original : I was in lice pici in New York Satur An Alliance school will be established: the freight depot of the Florida
housewives and used by workmen in the ka, Kansas, in the near future. utroyud
In order to extinguish at Dublin Texas
right. ,
halts dozen AmericAn cities! I is not equal Southern, in Gainesville, Fin.
construction of clothes i. made in this Silver flame', the vessel was scuttled. V '
to the sum possessed by Now York's'rlcheat country," declares the Chicago Pott No partment officers state: that it will be im At Tippcttvillc, Dooly county, Ga., an The Grand and Datcnport hotels, in
citizen. ounce to estimate the damage until nil Alliance co-operative store has been es Sin Francisco, were tlo-troyed by fire

_- .' threads are imported now. The sale of cotton is taken out. There are 5,300 tablished.The Mondny. There was no loss of life, but

One of the lessons drawn from recent at the ) on board, the injury to which is si'vcrnl very narrow escapes. Loss, $1 l,-
Tho New York Commercial Advertiser York, occurrtd unknown. The steamship is unin- Missouri Stuto Alliance held its 00<>,000.

French mnnttuvres k that while smokeless thinks that tho State of Georgia has reason over f 10,000. except from the effects of smoke first annual convention at Muryville on The Mississippi\ : constitutional convention -

I powcbrs will make but slight change 'The damage water on the paint nnd decorative October 22. adjourned Saturday night, it being
by
to be satisfied with her ia the
in defensive tactics they will make oftenjifo pace Leona,of tho )[ ,% the cightl. econd day of the session.
: tactic much mere different. industrial march of the last decade. In ceed $ ,o0o. A ROYAL RECEPTION. The Farmers' Exchange of Oconee, In Tho constitution was adopted with only

1879-80 her assessed valuation was of cotton Orange county, Fla, is to start off with seven dissenting votes.
O'BRIEK D DILLON ON ThEIR AH- $:;,OOO capital. The Oxford Land and Improv ment
'The Indians 'California $235,650,830, as against $380,189,314in The corner &
,
of are
*
Digger
pie which is RIVAL IN KEW YORK. Company at Raleigh, N. C., has set on
1890. ,
\ 'becoming quite civilized and well-to-do by tho Woman' I The Alliancemcn of Bcrricn county foot a plan for cotton factory at that
ranches with O'Brien, John Dillon, Timothy will es'ablish an Alliance co-operative The
own
financially. They Union laid to cost $100,000. company
was place
I According to a correspondent of tho I and T. D. Sullivan arrived store at Nashville, Ga.,. has
:horses, cattle, wagens, machinery car. Topeka (Kan.) Capital, stock raisers Grand Duke York Sunday morning by the ... been fully organized.
'
etc. and of them work for (became insane the The Evening .tts says: A company of
riagc, many La Champigne.: They were met A charter has been granted to
have noticed in the last three an communication withJ.
I years In
the white farmers during harvest time1doleg maneuvers, k n nt the bay by a large delegation of Petersburg Alliance Exchange, to do Northern men are
apparent increasing sterility in heifers. and In a B. Northrop to secure a a site for extensive
this hmen on board the tugboat John E. business at Petersburg, Va.
good work in lino.
It is ascribed to the practice of dehorn.. The London chartered by the Irish societies V locomotive works in Chattanooga.

ing. The horns on the cattle must fulfill tho Pall Mall York. General O'Biernc, of tIle A firm at Searcy, Ark., effcrs to pay They have a capital of $300,000: ( to invest

1 The postal savings bank of Japan, useful function would I,of alleged office, was in charge of the recep fifty cents premium on each bale of cot this way. _
which for several years received but lit. some or they na lnis', works. arrangements. The La Champagne ton wrapped in cotton bagging and The Chattnhoochco Valley exposition

not have been provided by nature. daily crowding sighted early in morning off Fire bought by them. opened at Columbus, Ga., Wednesday,
tie attention from the have be-
people
petition from and arrived at quarantine shortly ..* under the most favorable circumstances.
come a great success. They were established Austin Corbin, the New York railroad nor general of 7 o'clock. There was about 100 on The Florida Alliance brethren are pro- Side attractions are unusually" large.

: in 1873,but at the end of the magnate, is anxious to beat the record a. ency for Btrchall tbo John 12. Moore. These repre paring to treat the attendants on the National Everything points to a complete successof

had only $15,320 on deposit. In Ottawa. It twenty-two Irish societies. Among! Council at Ocala, to the best to be the enterprise. -
year tunnel maker the Now Orleans
1&82 a aver signatures, mostly were Patrick Glcason, president of had in that land of winter resort. The North Georgia and Alabama exposition
however, it amounted to $1,058- Timet-Democrat. He now has two in A dispatch Irish Municipal Council of the %* began Wedncsdiy mornirlg. Tho

009 and in.1860 to $20,450,000. contemplation, one running under the port that Grand League; John Gormantreasurer, ; The Farmers' Alliance, of Montgomery agricultural display is splendid. The
; Browne, delegates from then- county Ky. arc makingan effort to forma mineral exhibit and manufacturing
two channels at each side of Staten Island, hay farm in pio-
Order of Hibernian Ancient Or
to build a $GOOUO tobacco ducts extensive. The outlook for
The Chkaga Timet has discovered that 9,000 acres, was company arc
the other under the East and Hudson of Foresters and the Irish Home Rule
warehouse and establish weekly sales. crowds is .
.
Saturday: great splendid.A
In an out-ot the.way corner of a Boston Rivers with the central point at .For ,y. total loss. The flair presented bv Archibish- *
,
-. ._ _,_ dispatch of Monday says: The
graveyard ptands brown board show Croke to the Irish emigrant fair and
a ,
The Michigan StttAlliance Exchangewill
lecond street, New York city. Dy the schooner Cinna, which left New York on
I' Ing the mark of age and neglect, and operator in wo given by, Edward floated I. Gary from, of be organized at on eArly day. Tho September 24th for Savannah, Ga., has
Anti-Poverty society,
bearing the inscription: "Sacred to theemoq In evidence of the Far West's progressin occurred on tho prow of the John E. Moore. At the State in Executive a few days Board and will select hold a a business meeting not yet arrived, and nothing hAS been
and Hudson heard from her. She loaded with
of Eben who \ lines of was
Harvey two streamers
departed representing
culture and kindliness the San Fran-
N. agent. railroad iron for tho South-Bound road.
Syracuse, Y.
,
of all nations
lilA life suddenly and unexpectedly by a cisco N l ,-];eU r submits this fact "At I persons lost their flags were displayed. *.* scheme for the building of a new
AN ADDRESS AND A RECEPTION.
The New York State Alliance has
J cow kicking him on the 14th of September Bodie, for illustration, not five years ago, A.A. Barr has address was read, signed by Gov adopted tho sub-treasury: plan, and declares hotel on a first-class scale in Ilalcigb, N.

1653. Well done, thou good and when a man was shot the chance were Pacific coast Hill!, :Mayor Grant, President Pat that the force bill shall never bo C., is being most favorably considered
on August 10th Gleason of council of and its consummation looked for.
faithful servant. municipal early
be wo allowed to lie just where be fell, saddled upon the South if the farmers of
rode to O"den chairman The site talked of is in the immediate
a league; Eugene Kelly, that State. it. most -
can prevent
to be muddled up by passing stages and arriving there fund association, and chief vicinity of the capital. The csti-

The day of the German tOIls past, exclaims itray mule Now, such is improved with no accident of tbe Irish societies. I At the last susioof v North Carolina m ted cost is placed at $150,000.The .

the Chicago fait. It was not tone of public opinion that even the most An anarchist reception was given Messrs. Dillon State Alliance, at Asheville a resolutionwas members of tho Alliance had collected -

vnany ;yean ago when. all the toys sold in, Ignorant shooter hang the corpse over ramificiitions has O'Brien at the Hoffman house Sun. introduced and adopted! setting apart about 6,000 bales of cotton at At-

I the American market were made abroad, ons, France. night. Messrs. Harrington, Sullivan the first day of January, 1891, as a day talla, Ala., nnd sold is in a lump on
lome fence where it* friends can readily Gill also
arrested five were present.
for Friday. Buyers representing Inman
g.ncral thanksgiving.
especially Germany. But at best they Bnd it, and not a few even drop a postal nected with the Howell and the Alliance buyer, Mr. J. B.'

were only cheap and fragile articles and card to the widow." others is expected- COTTON MOVEMENT. A few day ago at 5 Gnrflold, Dakota, Harris, paid the highe-t price, an aver-i

would 1 not bear the rough handling of a A Berlin : four carloads of sacks were unloaded for age of 0.50 for the lot, and shipped to
Few if ------- hecorao a : \ STATEMFNT: ShOWS THE LARG the Farmers' Alliance. At Liverpool.
.turdI10ungster. any, of those a conserrativo -
A duel was recently fought at a little Ho nnd a BUSINESS KNOWN FOU ONE MOJTTII. estimate tho farmers have saved
Tho
Imported toys are now sold. The American monthly report of the agricultural
village on tho Belgian frontier in which! started a fully $1,504 ou this transaction. department of Tennessee states that the
iron goods and elastic have October statement issued .
strong o'i his farm. He crop
strict situation is not since
everything was conducted under 55 materially changed
replaced them. himself and hIlt by Secretary Hester, of the New The Sub-Treasury bill will prevent the the last. report. The corn crop, however.Cnlls .
antiseptic precautions. The'Iwor Cotton Exchange shows tht
,
stqck in fifty speculator from taking tho crops at his below the estimate, it being reduced

Since January, sixty-two children, blades were first placed in boiling water A bill fire month movement in the of history cotton of during the any own price. The fanners aro the only to 57,000,000 bushel The cotton I crop
and then washed in five brick building trade people on earth who have a right to price shows Increase
forfy-ix boys< and sixteen girls, have carefully a percent total number of bales! brought into an ; tho estimate is now
committed suicide in Berlin. Of this! solution of carbolic acid. Tho street, New-York, during I bo thirty-one days having their own products.-Southern .lU snc. placed at :32J5,000 bales. Tho peanutcrou
Whyland fs Co., farmer. is nlaced at. 450.000_:. blllhelll.Tho .
number twenty-four had attained the age surgeons wero'ready with a corrosive thugs, butler, '& 1.731.803.1831) increase against of 1.6:11.210 in ... contract ft. for-r. ; cti-g-th'o;; Noble
,
r an 100,484.
sublimate solution of ono ton thousand loss to the President W. E. II. of the
of fifteen Benny
fourteen their fourteenth year, ; ( l.'d of the trade, prior to the current Farmers' monument at Anniston, Ala., has been
nine their -thirteenth, while seven were and a number of gauze pledgets which covered by show that on only there occasions Ga. is Banking Company, of Grille, let to I". W. Durham of Charlotte, N.C.
had been rendered The United the movements reached appealing to the Alliance men of It is to bo of North Carolina and
only twelve of and aseptic by thorough monthly at the Stateto granite,
years ago, one had take $40,000 worth of stock
.
,
Washington, on at 1,000,000. Tneio wero in Octo will'cost (5,000. The contract tails for tho-
not attained tho ago of seven. In most baking. Unfortunately for ,tho success ti;i< n to advance and November, 18SO, and i.i Decem in the bank, it already having: f03,000 monument to be in place by thc fourthof

of the cuci the immediate cause for the the experiment the duel was of the ordinary Tu iro. who is 1887. capital. next July, when it will be unveiled.The .

act remain 'a secret, but it !Supposed, French kind, and the only woundrocei1'o by means of JEOCO."t I movement from the 1st of Septem Tho Alliance knitting. mill at Tailspoos monument is to the late Samuel
state, anti as"l (' to October 31st include the total Noble, the founder of Anniston and
writes ,
Eugene Field to have been duet :i, Ga., began knitting hose
on the third at a'l United State delivery by power of tho first iron workers in that section.A .
which healed promptly after tho application October 1st, with thirteen
the employes.
exceptional severity on the part of cases already of 2,084,013, against:: 1,884,053 dispatch of Sunday from Linevillc
They have since ,
of small of court. on that diy.A run regularly that
servant or teachers. a piece aseptic year, and 1,433,28-1: in 1888. The date and today havo N. C., says: The Lmville Improvement
tncuty-four
-
plaster. dispatch of \ overland movement by railways across ia their employ.Laior.Juuriaal' opcratives Company has just finished the location ofa
Ferry, Ohio Mississippi, Ohio and Potomac rivers
.. says: road between Linvillo and
The beet --- -- Blowing-
raisers of the Southwest aroto. Fisher well, on against 127,300 lust. and .% Heck Ark
year
Henderson along the southern face of
The New York Sun aays"Apiarians ( Ky.) makes
make the experiment of shipping their up sixty feet. the year before lust. Iho south- Grandfather mountain. It is thought

product England by way of New Or. claim that tho honey bee doc not attackor Iy locked. It will mill takings, exclusive of the quantity plan a goolllOint is, as some: "Suppose Bay paternal the sub-treasury, and designed that this road upon completion, which
'leans puncture the skin of ripe fruit but hundred barrels at southern out ports, is 00,840 is expected June
instead of sending it overland to to benefit a class. Lid it ever by 1801, will be the
after and other insects have trying to gobble 100,5'.IO!) lust year, and 00,084 thi finest mountain drive in the eastern states
exposed to tho that of ,
Chicago, New York and Boston. A'dressed wasps icitcmcct: before, and interior towns'stock in occur opposition ono the the length sixteen
I ,beef company at Fort Worth, tho pulp or sweet juice the bees found in that (' '!>' of those held nt the commence most effective ways to fight the devil is most beautiful being miles through

Texas: humangod with an ice company come and help themselves at the feast. Th nnnual of the season 2114,071:! against 108- the with most hilt familiar own l weapon of till*raying? Again iu, one medicine ol scenery.DUSINE'SS
But fruit who have bad al Muiriit, last year, and 2 1 7,002 year before last.
in New Orleans and a trading association growers any experience of the MissourI, make the total amount of the cot. I in timiUi limililiui currtuttur." REVIEW

in London f(r tho refrigeration and shipment in such matters know that the tion of alT.Ira in crop brought into night during ?% '

in largo steamships to England of honey bee is frequently the first aggressor crop is almost a and October 3.083:!, 27, agaInst Alliance htork Yards. PCS ft: CO. ItETOItT OP THADX Ion TilE.1"BT .

,600 tons of dressed beef and especially in time of severe he sl"Ctil.lns. and \; last year, und 1,1)30,93 year i. There i* nothing\ small! about the ideas- WEEK.
somi-mohthly. last, "n excess during this of of the Farmers' ,Alliance of tha 80uth'- --
lanteil. The year
>
The saving in freight to New Orleans, ia droughts when honey-yielding flowersare general and ) bales over the corresp 'nding two west. They have: united to kuock Unjust The weekly review of tmde of F.. G.

comparison with the overland route of scarce. Bees will not only attack very tilll to prevent of 1881), and H43,889! ahead of and oppressive tiuits *o high thatthpy Dun & Co.bus, Miyi: The approach of theelections
will only coma down lathe form of caused homo blackening of
iu 1888.A .
blackberries
and period
2200 miles will be $12 quickly destroy ripe The statement of trade
per ton. IIPnl). Tho lattbt new from that part at many points, which in obviously
---- -- raspberries and grapes, but also peaches of the sugar trust BIG FAILURE. of the country is that thu breeders and tcuirtorary. At a few cities, notably St.

The revelations as to France's decline and plums. Because they do not do this amount of $ stockmen of the Southwest: are about to Louis, there ia observed a reaction from

in population, which threatens every year is no proof that they never do, mounting to $ OF TUB OLDEST CLOTHING FIRMS IN unite and form u co operative stockyards the great activity which prevailed just
soon to *11,7-13,034. Tbe before the new tariff
went
CHICAGO GO TO TUB WALL. : at Kansas City under the au"picu into effect, the
take the appalling'form of there being but are always sipping honey from no working .- of the Farmers' Alliance. Fifty acres of demand for the huio having been satis

more deaths than births, are made still flower The question as to whether one 000,000. The Chicago dispatch says: j Tho cloth. land adjoining the prtscnt yards is the fied by dealings! iu anticipation of that

more startling observes the Tinui-Dtmo man has either the legal or moral right holders amount to I ) : trade was thrown iuto'a spasm Fri. site of the new yard Tim, should it measure Hue at nearly all c.ties trnde-

breed insect which invade the mount expended morning by the failure of Leopold materialize, will be ono of tho most beneficial continues remarkably largo. Foreign
rof, :when a comparison is made ol .to an may Plant is (2.574,331.Tho & Co., manufacturer of and, enterprises which the Alliance has trade for the month will certainly prove

France's relative position the past. A grounds of another and destroy hi* fruits, 1rl'ilnlll/ in wholesale clothing at the yet engaged in. Look at the immense much the largest known, and the great

century ago France had a population ol admits of only one anawerr; still it maybe Chicago: and of Quincy sad Franklin streets. fortune which have been made in a few industries are all unusual y active.

I 26,000,000 Russia had public policy to take risk; of loss to a minorut, has been confessions of judgment years in the live stoc'4 copuui&sion business At tho south business is thrinngXc -.'
only 25,000.000, benefit of tho who are the sberiil on uu entered up against the firm in the I every cent of which might: have : \\ Orleans rrpoits large receipt! of
the
Austria 17,000,000( Prussia 15,000,000 few for many judgments court, aggregating $149,000. I been saved to the farmer by such an organization sugar and rice and god prices, though

and England 12,000,000. To-day Bus- lond of honey." vHon. favor of the failure was foreseen only by memo : at tho ono proposed. It would the baling of cotton is bindeied by the

its possesses 90,000,000( inhabitants Germany 'V. A. Fowler of the firm, and the collapse came I I not only actually save money in this way weather, but at Gakeoton trade improves
aanci.il: trouble ii a tbucdcrbolt ta tho trade. Tbe but it would have u strong effect in making itU better weather and orders are free
46,000,000, Austria 28,000,000( Charles A. Boutelle, Chairmanof lie pnper has is one of the oldest, If not the very a steady market for beef all over the and at Savannah receipt are 53,757 balesof

and France 36,000,000. The birth ratio the House Committee on Naval are slow, t, in the city, having been estab world, because there would be no chance cotton 13,070: ( casks of rosin and

U,0.7: per 1000 in Italy, 10 in Germany, Affair, says in regard to the trial tests A New York thirty years ago. The senior for peculation and attempts to corner 3,48; of turpei.tme. At Jacksonville
12.9111 Russia Judge Pratt ha of the firm is Uenry Leopold, the market or otherwise to influence trade Is rather dull!, hut in the north ra
and 13.7In England and at Annapolis: "The result of the armor Atlantic
in the sugar trust h'i* been rated a* a million prices for purely selR-.li reawjWith btatts tidtdly active. The
it doe not exceed 1.19!) in France. tests concluded at the proving groun4 receivership U The close money market prevented executive power," to manage it-and that greet industries are doing more on the

------- -' .- at Annapolis is startling in it si ni Seance, hut not only continuance of this policy ought not to be luckm*-we see no reason whole than at any time in the past.
Prince Bismarck had, the worthless- liimld be necessitated an acknowledgement of why the "Ia epl'ndl'at" stock yards \.hile! iron production !is at its max'mum,
recently a ton. as showing; comparative anti thc
ppoiutcd in the true condition which precipitated at Kansas City should not prove a boonto market at Philo.di.lphu "very
venation with tho editor of a Bavarian ness of the Cannwell compound armor session of all There ia no bank indebted both producer and consumer, to the mixed," i iro* set'nti stronger and steel

paper on which occasion he gave an in* which has been used on the most important the trust. It i* and none of the creditor are Chica farmer, and to tho country at large.- wc t.er.

tewsting account of hIs interference in battleships of the British Navy. Tbd on identified i Many of those to whom the farm. Field and .' toc4a.ea.S's Cotton ii a quarter lower, with good
lJe> uj;xjiutoj. indebted are comparatively mall unchanged,: ant in active deownd: and
the matter p( the unhappy Louis .demonstration of the destructive power: ,
King I Thu debt in other ritks, and all these takiugn by northern spinners fully: up to
Bavana in 1836. When! the catastrophe I of the American high-power rifles, even : shows a decrease i f been provided for." The WEAREGREAT.IIXTT.Tv.qt lost jetrV The general average: In

I of his dethronement was approaching. I of the smaller calibers of six and right lug October of f3 ; solictor estimates the stock prism, because of the advance in .breadstuffs .
crest bearing nd at about $200.000. No a King Louis ordered aide-de-camp Count inches, is as emphatic as the proof of the fraction A
U,390; total debt will bo made. The firm employed OLOI.UIS: EEPCBLIC. higher than a week ago, and 8.ft
I von Duerekheini, to telegraph to Prince superiority of the nkkel-steel armor from 21,000.08 in \\ : A member of the firm estimate per cent higher than a year ago. Ex

Bismarck to ask for his advice and tuI the French work at Creiwot The Ii ignilkaoce ; rates and notes .. at 1323,000: ) fully rorrrcd by The twelfth DBS'as Bulletin, issued port from Chili pjrt for four week have

I istance. The Prince answered by tele- of the teat lies in the demonstration treasury, alUoullt nJ ; United StUrday, I': The PPulatin of the last beta lu.OUO.OOO larger in value than

graph: "Let ibo King return at once UI of the inferiority of the armor to La debt l cash lets in alt ha '\/\, A DENIAL shown ia States the first on count January of pershus 1, 1890 and, a, whole year country, when were October nearly export: (08,000,000 for the

I Munich and appear in the Diet to defend which Great Britain has trusted for'the 20.13.. families, exclusheof whichperwms in the buh: indicate for tho month much the

I hi* cause in 'pewon." Prince Bismarck invulnerability of her fighting ships, and A London EEPOBT THAT MEXICO HAS PLACED Indian Territory, Indian on the reserve largest movement on record. Imports

I calculated that it the King were not In- the shots just fired at the Annapolis A scheme & I A DCTT ON AMERICAS- CATTLE. I tion figures and Alaska be was C2,4i<0,540. These ,7..Uo show an "crease over last year
may 13,000,000.
slightly changed | later 10 that the
| sans he would follow his advice, but Ube proving ground will literally be heard the ablikhment dock ('ODJ of PUUil'the dispatch of Sunday from San Anton and more exact compilations, but 1'1 surely the month may reach (80 000,000.aggregate for

were really cud ho would be unable around the world, and il will cause con take the place of John II. Truitt, a prominent Mex change will not be material. In 1800 allures for the week intthe United
stock who has his the
| to overcome Us dislike of appearing in sternation in naval circle on the other which the men :; Eagle dealer Poi, Tex., state headquar that there solute population Increase of w u 50, 24.7t3. The air eorresPODdinll States are 190, compared with 221 for the
population in the week last
j publiq. Th unhappy King did not go side of theln ter." The advantage year past and truth In the report that Mexico has year Intervening was 12,224,757. ten nar.

I to Munich, lie failed to com to any these test 'Will give our Navy Department "'be men generally a duty of $3CO a car on American the percentage of incrros was 24.37. and In SOT JUDICIOUS
scheme and '
j decision. Hi metaL power ha4 left in providing armor for our new them and it There is, however, a likelihood 187u the population was stated ai38-, Old LadY-That was a brilliant, but
among Mexicans' taking some retaliatory 5iS: ,311, cutting
CCOrdiD thing
I him, and the well-known tragicrmt be be inaugurated. to these figures the you mould not have laid,
fighting ships out hardly exaggerated: on account of the ruinous effect absolute Increase ill the decade ml dear

were \hc WlllcQuenc.......... > tddi the St. LovhjSt-.& tgt. s. A dispatch from trade between the two countries, 1870 and 1880, w.. U,5n.-&I" and between TotingyWhTt
,, The Manhattan Oil about by the McKialev tilt percentage c1Jcirease the Old J'Becuseyou
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''OMANtSYOULD.\ of feathered head-dresses ELECTION 'ECHOES Irlcl, :iijhi) 'A. Mo6ro"rcpubVcan\! I third rtrfnl-I rcp'iiollcahs. S 'rU RtSHI,---1 l -

reached its climax; a high-bora dame district Andrews, democrat; fourth district Colorado-one republican: "- %

appeared at a 'drawing-room reception" O'Fcill, dlmocrati fifth district, Connecticut-Three democrats, one re Aa ancient lUshl' ,lecend say

PEASANT LITEUATITRK POE flaunting above her head an ostrich DEMOCRACY CLAIMS THE Hour, democrat; sixth district, Lodgo publican. A Buddhist of an early daHI /. .
FKM1XINU JlEADEttS.w plume over four feet in length. Because republican j seventh district Cogswell, J1elawarrOne1emocrat.. .pack of early ear**laid dawn,
she was fashion's queen it became the DAY. republican; eighth district Stevens, democrat .Florida Two democrat And hied him from Benares town
rage, and, as in earlier periods, ladies -- ; ninth district doubtful{tenth district GeorgiaTctl democrats.
DEALlms w xntn AjnstAts.Jtnao. : suddenly grew so tall that entrance LATEST DI!PATCHES RAt rita NExt HOtTSRWitt Walker, republican; eleventh district l.IallO-Ono republican.) A chosen spot he found -

Maacini: of Havre. France, is'the through doorways of customary heightwas ,HAVE: A DEMOCnATIC MAJORITT OKOT Coolidge democrat; twelfth district IllinoJ!* Twclvi* democrats, eight republicans Where naught but nature stretched around. '' -
largest dealer in wild! animals in the impossible. Though imperial edict Cowley, democrat. Where silence reigned wprem, and who
(fworld. She has almost a rival in Frau forbade feathers at court, the absurd LESS: TirA:\ 'TWEnt. Indiana Eleven democrats, two repub Might penetrate no earthly care.

Ularzcnbcck, of Hamburg. In New remained in until tho TOPKKA KAS.-Great. interest is man licans.
:York is Miss Duffy, who buys and sells style was caricatured vogue by the bravo extravagance NEW YOHK.-The Svtt nys: It is a i for Ud in the election in Kansas. Tho Iowa-Sit:' democrats! two republicans. Content with this the Hindu sate
clean nnd judgment of all is that Kansas-Five *.'ople'rn ticket Hun on the earth to conterapUUt
elephants bears democratic
nnd lions with as much entranco of a lady wearing headgear not seep this wny, partic 800,000 one republican
readiness and discrimination as a good less indeed, nil over tho country, so far as tho votes wero polled. Intense interest is one democrat. To think away as Buddhists do,
_ milliner shows in selecting pattern hats thin tho a desired yard in result.width; this accomplished SinSt dispatches ind icato. Tammany bus centered in four Congressional districts, Kentucky-Ten democrats, one repub- All passions and. all feeling too.

-- in Paris.-Chicago Pa at. Not after! the elected Grant by 23,000 majority, akng tho first, third, sixth and seventh. In lican. And then that nothing; mljht surprise
many rears "topknot"style Louisiana Six
I' democrat .
with its entire city ticket Osage: county nyFarmcu'\lIinncemcn His mind through medium of his eye*,
attracted attention; this developed )Iine-J.'our!
-- diverted' the Alliance candidates nnd ore republicans. .
A SHAWL-PET! AS A 6P005.! into what one authority describes as "a MONTGOMERY: AtA.-Reports receivedat voting for Humphrey, Republican, for Maryland-Six democrats) lIe fixed those eye in restful poe .

No matter how ragged; and dirty an : big llrl.r.piggledy tuft, frizzed at the the headquarters of the d Indian woman of Bolivia may be, she ends, and kept in position by a ribbon party hero indicate that all democratic Congress. Similar reports como from public ns. flow long he sat there none can tell.
takes great pride in the topa or pin that circularly;" beyond this, some added, congressmen in this state have been JIatshall and Cloud counties. The indications .Mitbib'lln8Ixtemocrat five republican But that he contemplated wellFrom .
holds her shawl together. It is of silrer with striking effect, A paroquet with extended elected. are that for lie first time in many *. minor details may be gleaned \
brass, or copper, five or six inches wings and tail. rears Kansas sends n broken Rcnllhlil'nn Minnesota-Two' republican, three since have intervened.
---- ---'---- Though
I'mcAGo.Of ages
long, tho head always shaped like a Following furiously fast appeared, LITTLE ROCK, ARK.-The election was spoon, and she uses it for feeding her flowers in bouquets and immense gar. quiet and without incident hero and only -Seven democrat For instance, over him a bird '
child: and sometimes herself. In tho lands; these strangely posed gardcnbeds about half the vote was polled. Terry, ( the twenty congressional 1\I1Mouri-Fourh'en! democrats. Flew all unnoticed and unheard,

S Inca days the head of tho topa was were varied by gauzy textures, fine and democrat for congress, running 1,433 ta districts in Illinois, tho indications! nt Montana-Ono democrat. Dropping an acorn as he flew,

round to represent the sun, which they beautiful, in simple lengths, but "twisted 1,143 for Harrison, republican. 10:30: )>. in., point to tho undoubted election N'brnskl1-0no republican, two demo Which sprouted as he mused, and grew.

worshiped, but. the Spaniards desiring into fluffy putts, bows and infinitesimal of ten republican congressmen nnd crats. rjnlU his stradillodlogs between
to do with, MERIDEN ONN.-Ovcr 100 towns six democratic congressmen, with four : Nevada-Ono republican.
away entirely that religion, wriggles, thus losing their gossamer There stood a shrub ot lusty green. ,
show loss of to the districts of tho state still in doubt. New Hampshire-Two democrats.
passed a law forbidding their use unless elegance and softening effect; presently only a two legislators And bally about his heart S
the head I republicans, and as they have sixty-six HELENA, MONT.-Both parties claim New Jcney-Fivo democrats, two
were shaped like a spoon.- gems, fringes and tassels, joining companionship republican A mighty oak its branches spread;
Jieu YOrk Journal. with plumes, came to tha on joint ballot, it cannot now be changed. tho election of congressman and the state *
of to 500. New York-Twenty-one democrats, reared their young ,-
by a majority 200 Abov*him squirrels
front fearful vision
; a of "Alps on Alps"now
JACKSONVILLE:, FLA.-A heavy ,vote thirteen republicans. And feathered legion loved an&snag
; MATEni.Vt OF LONG met the combination
CLOAKS. eye, a as marvelous was polled everywhere, but it may fall PROVIDENCE, It. I.-Tho second! Con. North Carolina-Eight democrats!, ono While all around him, far and wide
absurd. These different
Long cloaks, which will be much worn as styles. short of previous years by tho reason that pressional district is very close.! Lapham republican.North Snake dug their holes and lived and died. '
: this season, are mnde of heavy natural were designated as the "horned headdress largo numbers of electors were disqualified -; (Democratic) is surely elected in tho first lhkol.n-Ono republican.
grays homespun diagonal, necked with I the steeple, the butterfly, the spaniel's for non-payment of po'lltax. Up to district by 1,100 majority. Ohio-Fourteen democrats, seven re Of all these thing., Immersed In thoujhV
touches of darker ears." the Blshl knew far less than naught
color. The.triple cape mindight returns from over 100 towns publicans.Oregon
with its stylish high shoulders and smart Just here may be inserted an extract show an increase in Democratic major RICIIMOKD, VA.-Tho lenocratshtsvo -Ono republican. Because hi.vision never rot

Uedicl collar is finished with a metal! from a letter written by Hannah More in ities, and indicate that the State has gone swept things before them in Virginia. l'cul1ltylvallia-Eight republicans, ten Beyond the apex of his nosefBo

clasp in the form of a French shield and 1777, touching the point in hand-a Democratic by 15,000 or 10,000 majority. Returns received up to midnight leave democrats.Rhiido wide and far the rumor want
1 fleur do lis.* The new jackets are all in writer as remarkable for truthfulness of little room for doubt that they have elected hlancl-no democrat, and re And many folk In wonderment

Medici style, shaped longer in front than expression as for learningposition in society LorisviLtR Ky, -Tho election passed all ten Congressmen: t'-ius giving them publican. Cried when they saw that fao ofhW '
,
aDd in dress off It i in that solid iu the South Carolina-Six democrats, ono republican. ,
at the back. They are usually double. modesty : I quietly. reasonablycertain! a delegation fifty-second Con. "How wise a man the UUul!?
breasted, with large buttons, fitted closeto "The other night we had a great deal out of eleven congressional districts in gress. .
:. the figure at the back, and finished of company-eleven damsels, to say I Kentucky, ten have gono Democratic by South Dakota-Two republicans. m but a legend, I confess,
with "patch pockets" in front near the nothing of men. I protest I hardly do : increased majorities. 1 ho eleventh is in DES MOIXES.-One hundred and ninety Tc'imci-sco-Eight democrats, two republicans. Exaggerated more ot loss.

S. buttons. The collars of all jackets are them justice when I pronounce that they I doubt. precincts show a net democratic gain of And yet within lurkf a oed

: extremely high-so high at the backs as had among them,'on their heads, an acre I =Ti- 3,024. The republican 'state committee 'fr.xas-Elevcn democrats. Of truth, which all may see who read.
to and a half of shrubbery besides JACKSON, 5INs. Democratic stnto claim the stato by 5,000. Vermont Two republicans. t
require Piccadilly tips or rounded corners slopes, Have we not thinker, e'en today,
committee has received returns enough to YirA'lnlll-Ten democrats.
to make them comfortable in grass plots, tulip beds, clumps of
t. front. ies, kitchen gardens and houses.peon." assure the election of a solid democratic COXCOIID, N. II.-Indications nrc that Washing!'in-Ono republican.West Pursulnglhat old Utohl' way, __
green bo
to No trouble there ii choice of the Four democrats. Who, deeply learned though they ,
delegation congress.! reported no govi rnor by people Virginia- ..
L P you WAsnura THE PAC]!:. Beyond this we have descriptive lines nnywhcro. Only about 00 per of New Hampshire', that McKinnry, Wisconsin-Seven demociats, two ro- Beyond their now never seeG.ors ? .
writer of the _
iI Sir Erasmus Wilson, the celebrated by a period cent of the white vote nnd not over 80 democrat, is elected to congnss in tho (luhllcl1nll. Norton, t'It CAtoajroUtrald. .. 't _
authority on skin diseasesgives these directions Give Chloe a bushel of horsehair and wool, per cent of tho Dl'gN'lIle cnmo to the first district, and thnt the second districtis Wyoming-Ono republican. 'I
_I for washing the face: Fill .your Of paste and pomatum a pound, polls. very close, tho dunces being in favor' Total, S3.i democrats; 01 republicans.
basin about two-thirds full of fresh Ten yards skull ot cay ribbon to deck her sweet of Moore, republican. In seventy-three Democratic nnjority, 132, exclusive of PITH AND! POINT.1 _

water, dip your face in the water, then And gauze to encompass! it round. INDIANAFOLIB, If>r'-Tho day was perfect towns the democrats gala eighteen members five! nuance: members. __
-
u your hands. Soap the hands well and throughout tho entire state, clear of tho house of representatives. nnd *
pass them with gentle friction over the FASHION HOTE3.: and crimp, and in cities and towns gener. nt their headquarters in Concord they I' SIXTY DROWNED. If men wouUl let good example. tiey' _
whole faco. Then dip the face in the ally a legal )holiday. A prominent feature claim they liavo cairicd it by a good int- might hatch buttcr habits. i
The snake pattern in rings comes in I' VESSELS COLLtDH AKI* MANY rABSENOBRS'FIND
tho of the Australian
wns working new jority. \
water a second time and rinse it thor Startling discovery by a t1roo'101U'.oltlVh ,
variety of shapes. ballot system, curiosity ns to its operations A ATKIIT GIIAYB. _"\ there' a liolo in _
oughly. A second basin ready with fresh !, PD, yourhair. :
Light colors are still in great favor, serving to bring out a largo vote PiutADCU'iitA, PA.-Tho democratIcIlCndulltll'rs .
water is a valuable addition. Tho .
A New York of ,,
wrong and black is which otherwise showed dispatch Friday says:
in sjmptonwofbeing luvo thrown
gaining prominenco out
con a
ways are using the towel, sponge or flannel apathetic. In this city there was portrait Tho captain of the steamer Humboldt, Why is it that people with good ,,101.\\i _
as a means of conveying the soap to trast.Gray a heavy vote early. of Robert E. Pattlson, their candidatefor from South American ports, which arrived pulses are generally .la yf-MHuattt*
: the face and omitting the rinsing at con is to be well worn this winter in I governor claiming his election by hero today, reports that at 0 o'lockthis : Journal. _

clusion. Then as regards drying the combination with soft yellow aud gold DETROIT, Mtcn.-Eighty-four districts 10,000 majority. 1 ::30 o'clock Wednesday morning, six miles cast of Barnpgat, I Tho glass filled 'to the brim'at ntgbl .

face, a moderately thick and soft towel braid. including twenty-four in Detroit, Rive morning Chairman 'Andrews, of tho he sighted a wreck, and borjj down will fill the hat to tho brim la tho mom. _
Ihould bo used. A very rough one is not A two-inch band of velvet is a new, Turner (republican) for governor, 8.044; I republican stato committee, inndo tho to it. Tho wrecked vessel proved to IDg.-Statillnan. --
: desirable nor one of thick texture. Rain simple and pretty finish for the bottomof Win/!)* (democratic) 7,807. The gdber.' I following\ statement 4tTho republican bo tho steamer Vizcnyn, which wh.1I. -
d .or distilled water, owing to their purity' the skirt.Mechilniace. natorlal candidates are making a close state committee believe Dclamntcr has a sailed hence yesterday for Havana. lIe A young lady of acquaintance
and freshness best for but the result is close and it saw several persons in the rigging and I I. very fond of a minister says that her
: are washing. I is used for trimming costly run with chances in favor of tho republican plurality, _
I lingerie, to which its fine delicate mesh nominee, though ho is running boo may tako tho ofiicial figures to deter. sent a boat to their rccuc. The chief love Is fur reverend ever.-Vinghamton
,. FAsniosa ra BOJTSETJ. is well hind tho rest of tho ticket.he present indications mine." Clmljman Kerr, of the democrat. officer, second ofllcer, surgeon, ono engineer Leader
Bonnets are made of a Grecian band adapted. from meagre sources of information ic state committee, claims tho. state by and eight of the crow, were taken lirs. Spendthrift-"Algernon, do you,, .
; -of small flowers, a bow of velvet and an The newest and most unique idea of i ore that tho democrats have carried 100,000 majority. off and brcougbt hero, Tho persons know that silver i. up!" Her Jlusband. _
upright tuft at the back; a roll of figured dressing gown is a monk's robe with a tho first, second, fifth, seventh, recued state that on tho evening of the ought to. I put ours up while you

muslin with a bow in front, a smaller knotted rope girdle. cigth and tenth congro-sional districts, GALVESTON, TEXAS.-Lato returns COth instant, nt 8 o'clock, tho steamer was I I-"I at tbo oaid,"-Jtutbr. _____ __
i Cotton and muslin with possibilities in the sixth ninth and from tho cities show tho railroad commission run into by a four-moated coal ladenschoonersupposed '
roll set as a comb and the two tied together balaycuscs are to be to be bound Old Soldier-"When I die I want the ,_ _
northward.
bill behind
fourth. running cOIllldehbly
by narrow velvet strings emanating replaced by silk:or a thick: colored zephyr old flag wrapped about me fora shroud.'f
tho stato ticket, but it is undoubtedly Both vessels sank within II vo minutes.
from a bunch of flowers, straight on end; embroidered in white. THENTON N. J.-Democratic 'senators carried. Complete returns from the seventh Captain Cunill, of the Vi/caya: was Daughter. -"Horror*, pal people will
-a large black: jet butterfly! hovering over News comes from London that one and were elected Essex, Union, Monmouth, congressional district indicate tho drowned, as were also a part of her crew, think It'. a blazer."-Good ,ffmif _____

the highly-dressed hair of the wearer, two buttoned gloves take precedence of Somerset and Warren counties, which election of Cruin, dtmjcrat, by 5,000 in all about sixty-one persons, sixteen! of "Well, what do you wantftsked the _

emerging from the roll of black lace encircling those with longer wrists. gives them control of the senate. The majority. Mill, democrat, in running whom were IlnsMen er". soronaut of his assistant, who had began, _
the head, or a tuft of several All women wear tightly clinging gowns house will also bo democratic. ahead of the ticket in (lie ninth district A dispatch of Sunday fays: Bnvcn of to whisper. *'I wane the earth," walle[ #
kinds of flowers tied with a bow of velvet and bcdices; that mould the figure. Few -- nnd other democratic candidates for congress the crow of tho wrecked steamer Vi/caya the young man.-ZVrr, Uaut Kxprtu.'Heigho .
represent the fashionable bonnets of women look well in them. ST. Locis, Mo.-The Democratic'stato elected by 0,000 majority. arrived hero Inst night. A wrecking "Llf to
the day. And the hat and bonnet pins I committee claim that them h no dou1 -.- steamer lias returned from tho scene of sighed Oyniom. 1
..An oar, a paint brush in metal, an enamel New lace-trimmed handkerchiefs have whatever but thatt tho Democrats will NAsnviLtB, TESN.-Tho day pnsse I the disaster, Oa account of tho rough/ nothing but out, cut, out. Ia infancy1wo _
', quarter-inch hems, and are edged with weather slid was unable to send dlvrr cut our teeth, in youth we cut oarway
bal\ studded with small diamonds, a have a solid congressional delegation. off very quietly, so fur as liciird from, to
half coronet of jet cr crystals in tortoiso inch-wide Valenciennes lace. -- with a light voto in middle antI western examine limo cabin in search of bodies In age we cut our coru.-Ef

: hell, are a few of the l lost specimens, to Silk cellular in many pretty shades: 1frNNEflOTA.- Republican stato SI 1 ennC"lIeC, democratic firongholds. Tho IT-IS -GL.ANDERS.-- "What 1 II that you are wing on my
'lay nothing of the formidable comblets, will bo brought out m a material for central committee claims tho state by s Australian bullut Ian in working beautifully face" "Day rum." .111 that all,"sighed

high and protruding, that keep the frail women's dresses next season. 8,000 to 10,000 plurality, tho estimate burring tho filet Hint comimra- AN OKnCIAt STATEMENT WHICH I* DKUOUAUZ1NO the customer. "I WM la sort ot hopef'
structure's of millinery on the heads of The printed woolens and figured silksso based on returns rce'ivedP to 11:30p. lively few negroes; know how to votu TEXAS STOCKMEN. it might bo chloroform,"-PAllllJlpM.l2fiIM' _

I their owners, and the long, dag er. popular this summer will continue to m. The Democratic committee ill under it. The poll-tax qualification also ,
shaped pins of shell or metal, that might be used through tho autumn. not concede it. The Democrats claim hus a tendency to reduce tho vote. A San Antonio dii| itch of Tucilaytyii Sunday School Teacher .(iternly..

become weapons in some hands.-Ntv There is a fad for monogram and crest three congressmen in the first' third and liuchanan, democratic candidate for ; ID Order to uncertain tho truth of "Where do boy go to wh) tfsh oa tho _
red World. fourth districts, and are hopeful of agovernorbut povrrnor, virtually has a walk-over over tho report that glander prevailed in certain holy Sabbath day "VerlSmaUrohnny
rings. Any one can have tie
former it is probable that Merriam II (citcr, republican and Kelley, Prohibitioninst. willed
of Texas
created such
part a "I know. Down to 110. 'iCulluin's
but much humbug goes with the latter. (triumphantly)-
is elected .
small
Republican, by a plu- great stir among homo doiler tbrou..1l'out Cove."
_ Dn'ROVEYJ"rr' cr WAISTS. Chinese and Japanese articles and materials rality. tho South and Eiut, lIon. N. Weldou
The useful and comfortable blouse for house decorating are to be -- I CHARLESTON, W, Va.Indications made a r quoit of tho department of Highway Hobber-"Hand over yonr
waist and its kindred jersey bodice are more extensively used next season than CHARLESIOX, 8. C.-There vas no point to democratic victory in the congressional for an official investigation agriculture in- watch." Obliging Traveler-"Hero iiIs ,

such useful articles of wear that their bloodshed in tho Palmetto State. The and senatorial districts. answer to thin request, Secretary Ru k but I ought to tell you before you tsk*>

reign is likely to be prolonged indefinite ever.Some of the newly-imported sleeveless election passed off quietly, and the regular telegraphed instructions to Dr. F'tll Ucttcr, it, that It gain five minute a day." _
ly. Season after season we see new improvements Oriental jackets, embroidered In silver Democratic ticket is elected by a MILWAUKKK, Wis.-When the poll special agent of the bureau of animal industry JTlUgtntU IlUietttr.

made in both of these waists. are handsome enough for ugly girls to comfortable majority. Returns come in closed at 5 o'clock Tuesday afternoon the to investigate and make a report. "I suppose buskboardi are earned 10 _
.
Among the novelties are silk: blouses wear. slowly from the seaboard counties. most unique and exciting political struggle The doctor telegraphs i a* follow "It from the young buck who go driving _
made in tartan or Persian stripes. Blousesof Enough have been received, however, to in the history of 3Iilwaukce came to is genuine plunder Have hud six horses in themi" "Of course and dogcart
this kind worn above black skirts of Lovely woman is ruled: to her ear lobes show that Tillman carries all of them except an end. The feature of the day was the shot and thlrteeu Ullfantloed. Othercall. ;
: named f
the who
in tulle, and lisse. She Beaufort where activity of the Catholic and Lutheran are *o rom puppies, go _
crepon crepe perhaps the "
silk: or wool make bright and pretty vote are heard of. This official state driving in them." ftwW.Mr .
house toilets for these dull days. The looks as snug and warm as a puffed is ver j clone. deny: in marshaling their force aualnt: ment, substantiating the report, has bad '
robin. the Bennett law. The republican'* lose *. Benson (shocked"j saw,thai
dcpresnirg effect local
Uouses are rather lull, but do not spread a upon itockmen,
like the old variety, and a fringed ruche Belt buckles of silver now assume the OMAHA, NEB.-At 10 o'clock returns ono congressman, Mitchell! a democrat, and fear arc enterta nod by them that a young law student, Carw y,to-day andI
from over the state are to the effect bring elected in this district. The demo am afraid ho Intoxicated. Ho acted
carried around the collar and down the form of crescents, and where the po'nts: ()f the rlrld; quarantine agiifnst Texas horse
election of Boyd. democrat, for ocrats claim the eli cliun of Peck and the *o queerly." Mr. Benson '( )-
front makes finish. The meet they are finished off with little silver governor, will now be declared by the states, thin c&nleuty
a becoming
silk blouse unlike its cambric new knobs. and the choice of three democratic congressmen entire democratic state ticket, but return ruining this market, which is tho largest "Oh, be hat Ovllentlj been admludt* _
4) compeer, and the defeat of prohibition. are too meagre lo wairant tho clulin, and hone market in the world. the bar."
is not to be tucked inside the skirt-band. Reports of the elegance and magnificence ; tho republicans think Hoard i I. tlecttd. ... -.-- .. .... "---0" .
The straight belt-band secured by a of new carpets are rifo. The designs NEW ORLXAKS.-7ho elections, a* far I NO EXTRA SESSION. Mamma-"1 hop my llttlo boy whlkdloing f '

buckle is brought to a point, and fastened" and cQloring are something en. as known at this hour (4 p. m.,) have: RALEIOII, N. C.-Tho election return with friend rcuiembared what !
there some inches below the waist. A tirely new.Designers. been quiet throughout tho state The', hiive' come in .luwllIU&1 e tm'mtct of the 10 lAY POITUASTKR-aEXEIUI. WANAMAKKU told him about not taking cake tho seoood -

popular silk plaid for a blouse shows a of dresses have been utilizing vote was comparatively light. Tao present result will : in neatly all AND OTIIKB CAUIKET: ,rzcius. timer Little boy-.-."Yei, mamma,

mixture of black: and green in shaded the kitchen garden of late, and we incumbents, all democrat. have been cute. Heavy gains are male by the -- I remembered, and took two piece the _
tones, with a line of gold or red between. have tomato red, lettuce green and mushroom undoubtedly elected in the third, fourth, Democratic btata ticket, and right: out of A Washington dbpttch) says Poxl- first tlmo."-Chicago PIlI,.
.
'Jftit York Pott. color. fifth and sixth congressional districts. the nine Congressmen are undoubtedly m..wr.Oene""J Wanitiiiitker, on Wednesday First Actor.-t'DId you bear about DoItantal
elected. in answer to all inquiry by a repro. Ho wa pitying in Kanm few
Turquoise and Is the latest fashionable of
jet sentaU..o tha Associated 1'ftH. Said
'. BJ.LTUIORIC.diApatch to Tht Sun nights and the house fell hlm2'Second
ago upon
S TUB OlDSflT WITCHWOMAir.
combination. Bodices and the THK HEW COXPIBVED. that there of extra
wa no probability aa
that McKalg democrat b
says probably Actor-"How fortunat I That'. _
For forty long Mr*. Mary Car. fronts of skirt of from session of While be said *
year are frequently embroidered elected in the seventh congressional dis Dispatches Wednesday, every Coogres the first house ho
)
roll has been the switchwoman at the with them. trict. lIe leads McComa* In hit district in the south, west a* well a* In only the president could, speak authoritatively over broughltlown.
own
Central railroad junction in Macon, Ga., Some of the winter gowns of silk and (McComas'i) county by 100 majority. the east, show most astounding democratic upon the .object, he (WaOamliketdid ) hope U was a big one.- #/'aafc"Speaking
"
where several different railroad tracks and lace will have for trimming Return from the fourth congressional gain for congressmen. It now not believe that the president had or poker hands, laid,

meet. During this time she has always menteries anI!embroideries studded passe with district gives Rayner, democrat, a majority look II though the democratic majority any thought of railing congress together young Pecan of Texas, "I once played\,
in the next house of wouldbe before the regular eion. Two other in a three-cornered vlo which
been faithful and efficient. She has turquoise and Rhine stones. of &63G over GokUborough republi representatives game OQ I
never been the cause of an accident. can. The third congressional district ISO to 160. members of the cabinet who were unwilling man held five ace and the other taaa a
Her tracks have always been set right. Among the most popular wedding Rusk democrat, a majority of The new from Kansas Is that the democrat to be quoted by name, said ia re- siz.ahooter"And jout* ,4As4

Her duties have been responsible, but presents are vinaigrettes, with large dull f.'yea, over Pullman, republican. get one congressman, the republicans ponce to similar inqufrie*, '.There will I held aa Inquest-f. Jvtffk Jfttti. .
the road has never incurred a dollar of gold tops, bearing the bride' monogramset get one, and the alliance or people'. be no extra se.ioa" 'f'atchmaker-'t'fhe first time I

breakage, a moment of delay or the Injury in diamonds and rubies. CIXCWSATI.-Seven hundred and fifty- ticket get five. An anti-Iugall legislature THE LATEST IN OIL. cleaned jour watch.U was Ia a fold case,.
is elected. The ticket winsIt
of a person on her account. She is, Woolen muslins are taking the placeof two precinct outside of Hamilton county I Ii people'* the next time ia a gold-filled cue, and

perhaps, the oldest and only switch the organdies. Some resemble Nottingham i, give Ryan, republican, 128,912; by for a good Senator majority, which An alliaoceman mean defeat TIIJB.STANDARD MAK.M A HEW' MOVK TO DOW it'* Ia a silver ease." JI. A, It, D. _

I woman in the United States. There are lace, others are striped orplaide Cromley. democrat, 123,447; Lockwood, will cucceeed him.logall AIJVAkCE IT* IXTCKEm.: |Jppe-"Yes, air; .cJr urutanc.* alter

hundred of people who will recall seeing J. All are stylish and durable. 5676. The Imo precinct ia 1889; The democrats get everything in New eii: e'youknow, ,"..-Jto 2rr( Wukly.Ho .

her in the little switchhoiue at tho June. The new make of shirt is more lady Foreker Helwig, 5,733.129.886 Ohio, Campbell elects 187,060, Uarajbire-both congressmen, the lex1 A Philadelphia tli-patcti of Monday -"Do you think you. love o welt
- Lion one taije' from town. like than the stiff mannish front, and is and twelve democrats eight with republican 1 UUiture and will elect the governor. It lays A new and novel trust baa just enough to be my wife!" She-'YcS..

t After so excellent a record and so arranged' all over with small inch-wide sixteenth district to bear froJ the I mean a democratic: tucce.sof to Senator U-i-n consummated by the Standard: 011 George." H*-."Well, T: only: asked t* _
Early which Includes \ the
all bulk
i many yean of capital service, in sunshine box pleats drawn in at the waist beneath return from nearly every section of the Blair. oil ronipany carrying craft between Phil.- ascertain bow yon felt oa tbo sabjoet. ,10
I and storm, in cold and heat, the Central a belt. state indicate republican victory on In Illinois the democrat' get twelveout tJIJ.bJa.nd Kurojic.plying Tbe sole I In ClUe I over should want to murff i ;

i, road has placed her ia a less irksome Cairo embroideries are novel and minor state offices by majoritie ranging of the twenty coogr uuo, a gala of of ti.e deal U to create line of .jmrpooo team r* would know where toeoaiel'w cA. '

position. She has been made gatekeeper beautiful and promIse to be largely from 13,000 t> 20,000. five.And which can I* relied on at all time to The ahortae of Jif. and tbxs hollow'* j
at the shed of the road ia that city.-JtCCXTOCT used on winter dresses, on Tests, cuff, it b the same w.y' ia nearly all favor the 61aD4 Ii!'* ioftcrtut and miry eels of all things .,. touchingly ox-
Indeed it Is _
Ijtz CIlIUtitI l &. pockets and senorita jackets. The gold BoeTo MASS.-The republicans coo- the other for state the a clean iu product at a low Jlgure. Ovwfl- pressed by the Welch poet David !i'vinj

and silver bolero already ia use are most cede Busted' election for governor by sweep democracy.various 000,090. have been )*Ul for six ytMoi, who say: "YmEUtedfodd wych limp' -
II the the states willstand
oLD: ASHIOJT effective. The workers as well a* the ,o00 to 7,000 plurality. The following Her Ineoegreas way: *hkb .rll this UrgnU task vessels iftuat.UviMg grvrnwchj Dryw. gwydd
About 177'. t Utrptr"* .ssar. the wares art to be imported to E rtana. congressmen were elected; Fin}dJa: Alabama-Ten democrat a enpadty men than 1OCA,000 ..wPlddwc4." It i* s solemn thought..

ttict Randall, republican; MC>>odf en. I B'k&i4s4i'ea democrat*. g.II0111. w,1J.1IA'1 pat1ut1c.-Narr lWqUi ,.. _

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-fr THE EAST COAST ADYOCATE + rant the presentation of such mst '--ala- who had spent several- years in better calculated to lull them comfortably ---At the Dwight election W.ta Tuttle Connecticut, the treasurer on the P XTONJ IIATTOX & CO

ter as would compare favorably Florida, with the effect of pro- to their last rest. 4th Inst., and Invest
Loan
with that presented by metropolitan longing life and health There is environment to be of the Indian River
almost no
JOCBIAt I>FVOTEI: TO THE BETELOrJIEST !: ; corporation whichIs CLINCH HAVEN GA
ATTMKtV the
Of TUB rSftlA* RtVWl AIm journals. If we can give satisfaction every person present had .come to compared with that which sur ment Company, Improvements In ,
LASS WORTH ;EC1101<" to, and meet the expectations our sunny State suffering from rounds childhood in this favored I making extcntlre reelected -
of our ,readers, and present diseases which had 'yielded to its land. The bright, sunny days the vicinity of Slims station, was We have arranged with the ISDLtY

Avenue, Titusville, such a sheet as will be a credit to life-giving air, yet it seemed to be which are not the exception, but to the legislature from Xew Haven lIe RIVER LUMBER CO.. of TitusVille
Washington
I handle Lumber.
Office Fla.
: to our
Indian River, Florida. this section, and one that will command considered in good taste by each, the rule, make it possible for by a largely-Increased majoilty. but I We, have Two Million Feet of
the respect of our one to the will be a candidate far speakershlp Season
contempo say something derogatory to them to spend happiest portionof
stock and
York Lumber In cut Half a
raries, the ADVOCATE will be a to fair Florida. One would speak their lives in the open air, and will be bitterly opposed by the New a month. Million

J't'DLIUE EVERY FllIDAY. source of pride to its proprietors, i of the entire lack of social advantages living in a world of sunshine, nur- New Haven and hartford Railway Co., a We can supply any size or quality
and their labors for its advancement in the particular locality in tured by nature, and developing to corporation which Is to the Nutmeg Famous Yellow Hno Lumber,kno \dour

,I will bo a pleasure which they happened to reside, another the highest degree a robust constitution State what the J., T. A K, W. Ry. Co., I. to the trade, In any quantity, at short j

Entered: at tlP Tit Jlatl )latter.1'.tomee M8econ
.1us THE I. R.'S. B. Co. propose to claimed made life almost unbeara exotic: type which the hot house known to many of our citizens, and has -

charge the new line package rates ble, while this one said she could life of a northern city home is so numerous Interests In various parts 01Urevard EAST COAST TRANSPORTA.

TERMS Invariably;''Advnnve for goods 'delivered to J. 31. Sanders not get anything to eat except hog well adapted to confer. County, being a heavy stockholder -

Bs Check rOlltol Orrtor, or One and Two Cent & Co. at the private dock of and hominy, and was glad to get To the confirmed of any period In the Florida Canning Co., and the TION COMPANY
1'ontage HUmps. that firm at Cocoa. If the purpose back to God'sl'ountry-intlmatlng between the two extremes we have owner of a nice grove in the hammock

One year,..., ,..................,...........:?1.M of the monopoly can be suce8sfuli that the land in which she had obtained mentioned, the conditions present Just north of Titusvellc. -
Six )Month.........,............ ............1.00 ly carried out, and they i' the most priceless boon for in this vicinity-if they do not always The following schedule will go In effect
Month,................................ MStaglt can exact which flange: of TemperatureFor Xov. 3rd.
Three ................................... Bo wharfage at both ends of the route, mankind could crave- result in the restoration of -
Sent to Copy any Address In U. 8.:or Canada, PrepaidEditor there will be so little left for the health-had been given over to the health-never fail to prolong life the week ending last night, Xov.I ARmv AI. AND DEP ARTtRIt.
Sweeney that her owners _need prince of darkness.We and lessen the distress which attends Going South-The Sweeney leaves Titus
I recorded at the U. S. Signal
,.... ................ WALTER 8. OUAHAM hardly expect very heavy dividendsat took advantage of a lull in the end when it is inevitable.If office 13, 1800 Titusville, as Florida: vtlle about 1:30 p. m.
present. The dog.in-the. the conversation, and ventnred to Florida's climate alone was ,
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Manager, .C. II.'WALTOX. manger Going North-Leaves Titusville about
&Aaoclate-E ltor NOVE3mR.:
attitude assumed by the management remark in a low but penetrating the only advantage we could claim 11 .
a. m.The
of the I. R. S. B. Co. is not voice, which may have been slight over less favored sections'!, it would 1880. Max. Mln. 1800. Mas. Min

We do not hold ourselves ea nel wee the calculated to win favor with the ly sarcastic in tone-that Florida far outweigh the disadvantageswhich 7 78 W 70 64 steamer J W. Sweeney will leave

"lnlooA of our correnponilcntii communication but shippers. A "live and let live" policy did have something of a blessing it is so popular with many 8 70 04 70 07 Xew Smyrna every Monday, Wednesdayand !
:cue right to reject any he writ- would succeed far better than the in the way of climate, and had the who owe even their lives to a residence I 0 70 71 70! 08 Friday at 7 1\. m., .stop at all intermediate

tAn CnmmunlCAtions plalnl on one for Ilt11 I'ul.llpatlon! of the I'a..r moat only,the unjust, petty and -exacting methods pleasure to note that more than! here, to exaggerate and 10 70 07 80 00 points, and arrive at liockledge
d, In"every cane-lie accompanied i>jwriter's one face became 11 80 08 80 72 at 5 p. m.Returning.
."bon name and neccoMrllypublication '"r they are using at present. Our red with shame as magnify. One reason why so
( ,but as a giuiranteo ot good fait! people will not allow themselves to they realized in silence that our many of our people are prone to be 12 78 07 73' 71 leave Eockledge every Tuesday -

be forced to patronize any particu words were intended as a covert oversensitive and complain HO bit 13 84 70 80 71 ; Thursday and Saturday at 7 a. m,

llATESt lar line, and any attempt to drive rebuke against the ungrateful sentiment terly of the petty inconveniences and arrive at New Smyrna at 5 p. m.

ADVERTISING them will'only drive them away they had shown toward a and annoyances, such as the presence INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK CONNECTIONS' '
PEa YEAa.n. from the corporation that attempts section whose health-giving clime of insects and the absence of With A. & W. R. R. at New Smyrna

._...., 1neb.................,.......'10,00 it. had rendered them such service as opportunitses for social enjoyment, all north ,
Two- Inch------,.......,...,............ lft.00 should have merited '''their eternal is because a large portion of T1TU8VILLE, FLA. for points via Clydes St. Johns
'7kreelnch,...................,.. 20.00 our River Line, and Clydes' Steamship Line.
Tour Inch........................ 25.00 Political Review.The gratitude, and away from which population is made up of those -
,"Five Inch,or Quarter Col.,..".. 30.00 they could not live a year. whose systems were racked with OFFICIAL STATEMENTAs The merchants and shippers of"Indian
Half Column,.,p................. BS.oo That there are inconvenlencies disease, and whose nerves w remade
Whole Column................100.00 national political kaleidoscope and discomforts in Florida which, highly irritable by period rendered State <:Comptroller, Nor. 1, 1800. River, who line wish, will to patronize please advise the Antimonopoly their-

For fix Month, divide the early rate by t..oII1d shows a wonderful transformation to the people who have been used covering years of suffering and to mark their,
consignors Via
add 10 per rent.. as a result of the electionon to life in great cities, are annoying, drug-taking before coming to their RFHOtlttEH goods
.far Three Month, divide the yearly rate by the 4th, inst. James G. Illaine, we would not attempt to deny ; present home, and are abnormally Loans and discounts,...................$7,4401Overdrafts. s Clyde Lino care of A. & JV. Ry. and E. C.
cent.meal T. Co. Via Line of
tbnr,and add 20 per 1,4.101 or Clyde care E. C. T.
Ten Cents Per Una goes on serenely, but the mushroom but was there ever a consumptiveor sensitive to the slightest irritating Dunking tonne,......................... 11,01833 Co., Blue Sprin s.R.I'.I'A.DDl80Y .
Each Insertion.Advertisements popularity of Mr. Reed, and a confirmed rheumatic who, if influence. Real Estate, furniture unit fixtures,.... 3 03
his presidential aspirations are advised that his suffering could be Among the factors which tendto Stocks and Imuds, ...................... 3,85000 ,
raid Reading Hatter, not In "Local News"columns badly blighted. dispelled ,by a residence here attract immigration to Florida Expense account....................... 1,31'483 General Manager.G. .
,five Cents Per Line Each Insertion. I Crib ..............
would hesitate anhlght exchange 18,504! 47
her .
Many of the sterling Democrats for a moment to climate stands out prominently F. PADDISON,
Legal Advertisements Legal Rates. whom their fickle constituents re- submit cheerfully to the petty annoyances and farm advance of all otherattractions Total I......... (111.C42 C3 Gent. Frt. & Pass. Agt.CINCINNATI .

week.All the above rates are for one edition per tired from the last Congress, will which, when their health ; but there are others
II LUBIL1TIES:
resume their seats at the next session is once regained, they are so proneto which are not to be lightly consid I Capital Stock paid In,...................?5no0 00
r'nnle: collected monthly. and while there is much speculation exaggerate. ered. The opportunities afforded Surplus Fund....... .................. ono 00 UEEf CRf5G
Check,etc., may be made payable to "Graham as to the rules the Even those who make their home a poor man for making a living rnllh.ItIClll'rotlU....................... 3,648 :38Demand
A Walton." overwhelming and chances Deposits, ...,.................. 82,4'4 27
majority will adopt for in the peninsula State from choice of success for people
HT Merchants all others to whom we are the government of the next House, -not driven here by an ailment with limited capital, who embarkin Total,........8111btiC3
Indebted will oblige us by presenting their bills
Uio lad of every,luuutb for prompt settlement.Addreu in our humble opinion they could which makes life elsewhere impossible agricultural and other pursuits, 94
not do better than to give Mr. Reed -if they will stop for a momentto are far in advance of those offeredin I,Wm. )I. Brown, Cashier of the Dbove-namd 110

a dose of his own medicine. The eonsider the matter, will see that more northern latitudes ; and Hankdo in solemnly true to the swear best that of my the knowledge above Statement and ,' MILES '. ,' MILES
all communication to spirit of William Penn is still sufficiently even to them there are many advantages honest labor is well rewarded, and belief.

EAST COAST ADVOCATE, strong in Pennsylvania to here which ,far outweighthe a condition of independence secured WM. M. Itnottx,

Tm'iULLK, FLORIDA. render it impossible for the peopleto disadvantages they .experience with as little, if not less effort Correct Attest Cashier.
r.O.pox,222. tolerate Quay's methods, and during a residence here. Some here than anywhere else in "Uncle ,.PBITrllABD,

the notorious boss, who a few there are who bewail the many Sam's" domain. W.W.8.II.nIlAIAV.flworn llABf ETT.,

A. 11.Indian months ago was called the Napoleon conveniences which they left behind We shall speak of the advantages Shortest 1I01lUUS and:
p. of politics, and believed to be them in their city homes- possessed by Florida aside to and inhacribed before me,this 5th Quickest.

River Lodge, No. DO, Free and ipvincible, has met his Waterloo, the hot and cold 'water and handy I from her climate, in a future issue. day of November, 1800. Can Compartment and Pullman Palace Sleeping
OEO. M. Roimivn, through without change, direct
:Accepted Masons, hold their meetings and will heal his shattered anatomy method of disposing of slops- I* connection"In making
Notary I\l4lc.
4)0 the FRIDAY on or before Full Moon, in the forgetting that the ('EX m\L UNION: O-T
by indulging
at.7:30 p. m., in M.monlo Hall, In the Indian peaceful sewerage system Eau Gallie. flEt'OT for O I LOUIS I
IUver l State: Dank building, Titus- pastime of fishing-not up Salt they praise so highly has a t:1 and the WEST and with Through car line for
river-but down Indian dangerous of :; H ::j-j: .
'YUle.- on River way liberating malignant ft ft CHICAGO.1 *" the
Visiting brethren arc cordially Invited for a season. germs throughout" the modern The boom still continues. \ RT1t-WESTl ,
also with
,ta attend. S. II. HAT Secretary. The tariff tinkering McKinley home, and occasionally bearingoff Capt. Carey and family will arrive on t.: 0 g: 'tI .7.. n through lines ear for DETROIT
a loved child whose demise is Friday the 14th taut. SI BUFFALO an,1 Points In Canada
has failed to meet the of ; h' M + .
JOSEPH MENDELL, W. M. approval 0 3 g'sQp ,,-... and tile Eaat.
even his own constituents and the attributed to diptheria or some The sound of the saw and hammer can Only one change of car
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u be heard all sides.
on
other pernicious of childhood 3Ian. NEW ORLEANS
highly protected wool growers of enemy H ; O0 Mer ,
Ohio have no confidence in the beneficent but who was really a victimto Mr. and Mrs. Trafford have moved in p Jackson, Vicksburgl'ulntein

4. effects of the bill allegedto a sewerage system, the absenceof to Mrs. Houston's house until Captain .. G't. TEXAS and WEST.the

.c. have been framed with a special which in their Florida home is Carey gets his new house built. ill 51 ;, .... cI, Passengers via thin line are afforded an ex
t4r The steamer St. Sehastln I-rt .:: .: cellent view of Lookout Mountain
view of so much regretted.We brought down .. and surrounding -
their
protecting interests. the lumber to finish the steamboat wharf, .IJ g: .. Historic scenery. .
There will bo majority of do not claim thafr-the drinking which, wo are Informed, will be completed 0 as7 ." -
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about eighty-five for the Democracy water usually found In Florida soon. 07 = -' <'1> O'I'" S. C. RAY, S. E. Pass. Agt., Atlanta, Ga..
in the lower house of Congress, is of a quality to command special Capt. J. O. Walton has commenced ; E.g: 00 D. J MULLAXKV, Div Pass. :Agt., Chat
while the Senate will probably ref words of praise, but we do say that planting tomatoes. The Captain says H O'1 ;; tanooga.D. .
main Republican. Neither if not particularly palatable it is he Intends planting three acres In vege- O .".' 1; ", -d G. EDWARDS, O. 1'. A T. A.,
party tables this winter. _
will have full of the free of any specially dangerous or !'C-O; .....- CINCINNATI, O.
sway government harmful effect. Capt. Carey, wife and friend. IT :J 3 c
While are
there expected ..
for a few and our Democracy are t::: : _
;years,
In a few days. The Captain la 0. &
is not of such a rampant few States north of this latitudein bringing carpenters with him, and will 1m Io.o.u Eau Gallie Meat Market.
order as to prevent us from saying which water can be found thatis ,. erect a fine house as soon as he get ;;
that on general principles it is a not impregnated with diseaseproducinjr here. O'O'
good thing for the country that germs, notably that of The Eau Gallic meat market it. still Jf.

.. things areas they are ; for it will has typhoid seldom fever if,ever disease been -met of which within infiVrms doing a rushing us that ho business.will supply Mr.Melbourne Young '
check inclination to enact with beef this winter.
any South Florida. y F. ...... .
For measures of a purely partisan Mr.Wm. Roesch U shipping eggplants, & 0 No and Vegetables,
Senator =
: character such as were enacted Outside of this State the most and they are as fine as any we have ever l "' ",

WILl CALL THE PEOPLE'S last session: and would have been robust man may have his earthly seen raised in this section. Hope the .::.! cro.Q Ice, etc., for Sale.
FRIEND. returns will be as large as the eggs,Will. 10.0.
career brought to sudden termination ; FAMILY
enacted at the next. The course a 00 ORDERS SOLICITED
0 AND
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referred to insured the downfall by an attack of pneumonia ; : up a homestead on Banana River. roo C t yJ PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
TEE ADVOCATE presents a new which awaited the Republican or if this fate is not his portion, We would like to know the name of the n o' !""P
feature to its readers this week, rulers ; and it is well that the party he is liable at any time to succumb new settlement if It has one. ..I ,5 Si.: :"::> O. J. YOUNG,

and will devote a column of its whose star is so brilliant now, to the insidious ravages of consumption Our storekeeper, Mr. II. R. Olmstead, 9 Manager.HACIHE.WIS. .
without his hall just received a big block of goods : ----- --
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pace hence-forth to answer. have not unlimited power ; for it realizing serious from the north. will have --------- -
Henry to
enlarge
: Ing-questiong submitted by its subBeribere is possible that they might: exert it condition until it is too late, his store If business goes on In- ON .. 0
on subjects which we be with fatal results, as their oppo. drifting to his end by contractingone creasing like it is now. + TM EMoy' 1
lieve will be of general interest. nents have done.Florida's. severe cold upon another, The TreuU..r House I* open for the I "
We hope to be able through: this .. which the utmost caution will be winter, and, as usual, will be run In fir.t- r
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medium to furuibh reliable unable to I\vollln! the intemperate c1UlIlit'II: !. The house is fitted through.
and out with all the latest improvements ,.
perhaps valuable information that I Climate. climate which prevail, a greater and everything has been done to make it,
is not readily obtainable elsewhere. portion of the )' all but a home-like and comfortable for the guettts.
Sates
tread our statement under the few of the United The grounds around the hotel have been ;

(head "Information Column," Of the many thousands: of invalids In Florida severe diseases are a i cleaned tho up already, and picturesque everthing done place.to beautify The .

anti (send in your questions! if we who, during the past decade, rarity and deaths so infrequent steam yacht belonging to the hotel will
i-anbe of service ,to you. have come to Florida in search of that it has been said of this section run excursions to the beach and all places -
health, suffering from chronic complaints half in jest, but with a good of Interests up and down the river.

of varying severity, from deal of truth, that it is necessary
eH
Tu>: Melbourne "> of last the mere hypochondriac to the dy.ing to kill somebody to start a grave- Excursion to the Daton Tean., K3PJ&S&

eek says: "The editorial page consumptive, how few realizeor yard, and it is a well-known fact Land Sale.
If the last Issue of the ADVOCATE appreciate the great benefits} that undertakers and doctors are -

tfould have done credit to a metro. they have rewived from its sunny compelled to abandon their chosen For the grand sole of lots and lands at
tolitan journal." This comiuenda- skies and balmy breezes. It i* too vocations or starve. Daton, Tenn, December 3, 4 and 5,
Ion from a near neighbor is high. often the case that as soon as the There is no climate in which the agents Queen .t Crescent Route will sell LOGLUMBERYARD & @ITITRUCRSL.
y gratifying. Favorable and tickets to Daton and Return, at low excursion
(comment invalid becomes strong lusty aged can spend their declining SpfIVG.WAGONSotALLSTYLES.ltussuts
rates ten .
good day from date
always pleasant reading, but itt he forgets the source of his cure, years in greater comfort than in of sale. Daton Is now a city of 5,000, .
doubly so coming from a couiictltor and is one of the first to complainof Florida No sunshine exists anywhere situated on the Queen Crescent Route, "TLADIES'trthUN9E'
in the same field. We could the petty annoyances which in better calculated to counteract In the beautiful Tennessee Valley, surrounded PATS

ot hope to merit the flattering the days of hU illness were unno- the chill of age that steals o'er coal iron by and an timber.inexhaustible Two furnace supply. are of ,

ncomlum bestowed upon us by ticed. their decaying frames ; and no now in full blast, and behind in orders. .lViUtla-Sl1.\lU 'I
ClOt her Metcalf, for notwithstand- During trip north a little overa balmier breezes can be found than Two dour mills, pump works, planing .

ng the extremely! liberal patronge year ago it was our misfortune, those that whisper among our fra mlU, brick works and other uduttries. 7

we have received in our chosen on the steamer to be seated at the grant pines,or more grateful to their all Ample w ho accommodation come. Full particulars at the hotels on application for ;; fISH BitS WAG9K eqe

eld, itis/ not such as would war table with a company of individu- < shriveled and non-elastic lunge or to agent Queen & Crescent Route KACINE.WISi.

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copy is equivalent to a dozen letters THE TRAVELERS 'INDIAN RIVER STEAMBOAT Profossionnl Cnrcln.T \ Hauman's s

The southern : ,
) time for our return to our

home is growing short, and luckily so \ L. GAULDEX, '
Jacksonville Florida. COMPANY v .
for us. I think If we remained North NewspaperI

i not hold ottrtctvtf rftfMintbte for ATTOHSEY'AT-LAW. ,
Carolina much longer we could be shipped "

lion* of out corretpotnfaul as blocks of leo to Titutville. The Travelers, corner Bay: and Cedarstreet's TITl'SVlMJi. F1.A. Subscription Agency. %-

With kind wishes for the success of Jacksonville, Fl.u A new brick DEPARTURE A ARRlVAf OF OTKAMF.11: .
hotel, nearest to all railroad station anti JAS. T, SAXDEKS, lv' f
your paper, I remain, leave THE PIONEER AGENCY.
To Mothers. steamboat landings. Especially! adapted Steamers Tltusvlllo daily, except : ..

Very truly, to transient business. Elegantly furnished Sunday: at 5:SlO.: %. m arriving at Melbourneat .\TTORNE'1'.1.\W, "
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5 rooms, single: or tn mite. Table 1 p. m. Upturning leave: Melbourne at Will practice In all the Court of the Seventh For tl.'t'1I\1I11IIIl sample cnpioS) atldrnSS4' u
ant Advocate the best.' This hotel was built In.llclall'ln'ult of Florida.P. .
as good ns : ,
about 8
furnished nnd operated in $3.00: a day 1 p.m., arriving at Titusville .O. ibex,m: TITV8V1I.I.n, KUV. t'HAS. If. NAUMAN.TmmvltB '. O.Hruvaril .,

The i following are a few simple,, Information 'Column house; rates are now reduced to $2.00 a p. m.' Money to txwn. 1 1OKonnn t county Flit 1 "
emembcred rules for me to moth-
I your readers in general. day, while the service is better than ever. Leave Melbourne MondaysVednesd.i; M. KoniiiND, WALTK.il S. (In MUM. Sanders Co.. 't .
Breakfast from 0 to 0; lunch from 1130to : .T. 1\[ *
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water to wash -alln- nail Fridays at 1 m. arriving at Jupiter & URAUAM .
f use boiling : Underthis lamdwe will enrtiavor to answer 25.10; dinner from 5:30 to 7:10.: Thisis p. JJOIJULVS .

Its effect on the skin is Injurious., .lie any nolmiltted oucFtlon'of hy mr a general M'KM'RIBIIW.Ve character that have may no tho only hotel In Jacksomillo: \ serving at 8 a. m. next mot'nihg. 1:1'tumlnglelve Dealers

|allow a young child to play ..Ie.lreI wear oitroelves ont -In the service of regular m\atllat these hours. All others Jupiter Tuesdays, Thursdays and ATTOUNEYS-AT-LAW, i 14

I epen penknife. If you Rive theo men their or ne'ghlKirs women who) and noitROW make it the a ADVOCATE condition from that sro at least one hour Liter. Use the Saturdays: at 12 noon, arriving at Melbourne Tirrsvii.LK, Brevard Co., Fhutd.t.: DRY GOODS NOTIONS : 't

to the child abut, the worst It the author of the question mnt be one whore Travelers omnibus, the tickets! save 25; r. o. nox, 2(1.Wlllpmrtlre. ,
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at 7 next
1 8 to suck it until so rusted that't name appears on our MI list'rlptlon list. cents on each person each way. a. m morning. In all thenmntlciinf the Seventh' CROCKERY, t
use it again. We nlmll not attempt to answer question InVolvlng rircnlt and In the Supreme fonrt. 8| special kmnvlcdire' of a purely nclentlr) The St. Luelo loaves: Tltusvlllo about for Kxamlnlnit and IVrfcctliiK Land SADDLERY, 7
Burton K. Barrs .
cst nol; to let baby remain long ci'.neterbatstmllcon filiI' our answers In- 0:30:: Monday mornings, railing\ at Rock Tit Ins. t'orrwpondcncp nnllcltcil from Claimant STATIONERY'
(ltd of the stale lie U apt to qnlrle In the line of jtfIn.-allntpreet. and heirs to Hpanlnh (Irallta.Money ,
Many new settlers, and not a few of onr old M Proprietor.Master's ledge and Melbourne on tho direct run FAMILY MEDICINES
to Loan t
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citizens,are entirely "at PH" an to our tax and
allow child Jk lean ag-iinstthc road systems and other laws which affect the to Jupiter;on her return trip, Saturdays, GARDEN': SEEDS. '

to sit on Carelessness In law..lil.llnllpohllo| In general: such a' the re. Salo. she .comes light through to Tltnsvillo, cnoici: GKocnuiix,
coning of deed legal fences and ditcheo,qualflcation ,
D I. DODSON
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utters often leads to painful coiv of voters homestead exemption, rightto t'mter and liv virtue of a ilecive of fnrcrlonura' arriving hero about 7 a m. Sunday. DM. / o s. enter piveniment land, etc. and .ao remfcroil l>v the Jadnfnf the ( IrriiltIVinrtor
We also believe we will lie able to Rive to recent : the seventh :.luillclnlrlrpiiltf W U. WATI(
ft permit the children to beat one arrival advice of more or less value a! to sitting In l'honcl'rv.11t chambers for tho county I () Supt. SPECIALIST OPERATIVE SUUOI. 'rr
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-with sticks, air to throw hard dress, diet soil hygiene in their new hornet a\ltl of llrcv.nl,datellhe' SHtli day of Ortntipr, A. II. Gooocv, r'lori4a.:
!give them hint aa to how health may he pit tl\1", In a certain rrntne wherein Lucinda Tuttle ;
ben, such as flushes, et ., across nerved. r, roinil.ilnnnt| and J. I). Mardnnell and Mottle i GEO. ALTREE CAL; MECHANICAL DENTISTRY,
'as. Such actions are sometimesof We uliall not presume to act RIO legal: or rnecl Mwilonull( ,liUwlfei II.C. Carter and I.iir-ive ,
i distressing accidents. cal advisor for the county,or point out any ;'''" Carter 1I1.'Wlf"l; and Chnrllo Mlllor are defendant TITIiaVIU.E, FLf>nil>.\. C. T. HECTOR
cnllar method hy "'h1<'it goat crops may be *; I will sell at tmlillo outcry, In front of the. BROKER AND COMMISSION AGENT ,
s,, fruit stone, and buttons art Insured; lint during a resilience of five yearn Court-lioiiHO doer ol 1'ltu"III., Ilrcrard coiintj, ,
digested, and other articles we have nlinorlied considerable information that Florida, on thin flrnt ]Mondny' In 11I'.mhrr..11.. PIa.AJtl.'nt A HUE P ELY Dealer in Onernl1I.Iorohan.d.I.se ;l
will bo found: may he of value to our nulixcrllier, and can IM e IH'ji. during the letr. ,,l hours of "sale, for cash, to TitiiHvillo, I. ,
iily assimilated off hand with little labor. TliiiH highest bidder \ real
dintieneed very tho the followlng.\e.crlhc"
for Pianos and FI'lrl.tallrlck :
apted, to the needs of a baby's) the class of knowledge we expect.to place at estate ',,-witt : Organs; JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 17TH DIST ,
their di. """'al. In the town of Tlt\imlllo beginning. on the and Lime; New Trocess Oasoliiic 1\ll'lhnllrnt' Flit "
Complicated questions of a legal medical, cor corner of lima and lemon Street; thence run Stove that ennnot explode. Notary 1'uMlo for the State at l.arlfe. \
prevent the baby thrusting ifck scientific nature are declined.l'leae fling past along the otita, of llroad Street 4'!-:l.1 Will at all times handle Contractor sndltullderof. over:30\cari', expo '
disciIptIon
too quickly: into its eyes or make the qiie.tlon* a! lirlef, a!possild. feel; thence south M 2-10 feet I thence west 42J: every rlnnce. Natural Finish a Specialty -S
a! wo shall putdlsh both the questlcin and the feet to the east stile of Lrtnon street| thc-nre of New and Second Hand Kurnltuio MGUIUURNK, 1o'f..A.
>e. Those organs are delicate, answer. north along the east Mile of lemon street 112-'O In bet will get anything to supply the Hats Shoes Clothing Dry Goods '
,rto be injured by such treat- feet to the jmlnt of tveclnnlnc. .ahlillt icing In wants of tho 1'I''pI6.'l'mdesmcn'lIS"l1ell. ,
't- the new>ufillvlHlon of hlovk 4, of the town oTltimvlllo. PLAIN SEWING NEEDLEWORK AND
,,.! Indianola. So uinrh of the atMivedenrrlbriproixrty Stocks Disposed of. Just Anlved. Splendid Good,
bios are tender ami easily brok-- Hill he sold nn l"mitllHrnt to satisfy Will sell on Commission by private treaty; EMBROIDERY
rill be found best not to drop .111. decree, alienating ,:zIIM: and the oats or Public Auction anything wantto OILS, PAINTS, HARDWARE, LEAD
you -
(lently on the floor, or to leave Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Gurney were in of Halo proceeding J. r. TrnvFR. turn Into money Iv;\ IRS. ANNIE SIMMONS offers/ her DRUGS, GROCERIES: GRAIN
i5 services In the above lino to tluLadius
expectedly a chair, or edge ElI'eclMUlltcr.. Cash advanced Goods for absolute
on -
town Saturday.; of Titusvllle. 1'ilccs moderate, Of all kind; and In fact n full lino of
e, where they may,fall off. Runnitu a OnAHAM Halo.HODGES.
Solicitors for complainant. 125tMaster's Prompt attention everything. Call! and examine. 11 '
Farmers' Alliance meeting MOD
|rig baby will require care and every
The mother cannot spend day night at Mr. O. W. Schuylcr's. Sale. 11 on He, Main [Street near ice Factory.

e time in driving, walking, or Attorney Sanders: spent Sunday with & GODFREY William: : : : vetch; 0\ "XTV. :E.ogCrs E ,
i amusing herself. Getting up his parents at Courtney. Under and by virtue of a decree of forei'loonreandnalerendered '
|however unpleasant, and to hythe Jiidneof the C'lrcult('rt.at 1)l'ay'1ntu1. DEALER IN CLOTHING, "
Mr. A. C. Storme of Cocoa Sun- tho 7th Judicial, Circuit t'lurlbt,11I and for Manufacturers of done reasonable
1 if posRiUa.' Even Plato was spent Hauling at rates. Attends -
this, and scone year ago reco- day with the family f'f Mr. licrguiann. hers llrevard. In Orl"n"nrl.Ia"county\ pitting,In dated Chancerratehant the 'JHtli day of Yellow Pine Lumber all departing, and moots all arrlv Gents. Furnishing Coeds Shoes, Hats, ;

mothers never to do.it.aby'g Octolier A. U. 1WO In certain cause herein log trains. '
Mrs. W U. Sanders the of Umbrellas Trunks Valises .
was guest Caps '
11. In and .:.\
1.
Terry complainant Mary 11rwood Orders left with O. n. Humph or at ,
attention could be railed Mrs. John S.tndcrs in Cocoa Thursday. and' \nillam n. Norwondsredefendants,
|itiquity of tits opinion it mighte I will tell at pnlilln outcry,In front of the Courthouse JlOt'OIl nnF.ISEIi.OrAng. ADVOCATE ofllco will receive prompt FINE CIGARS, Etc. ;
,
benefit. Quite a number of Courtney people attended door. in Titusillle, in the county and. llox fiend, attention. Tho only house In town making. spa '
State aforenHld on the first Monday In IN* roll A Vi'icetulile. Crate.
service in this place, Sund.iy.
.
of Gent Good.
Paregoric *omctimes produces cemlwr A. 1) ism the same being the first day Lumber delivered at any part of Indian River A. Froschor clalty Furnishing ,
Mr. J. M. Field returned Monday, thereof, for cash, to the highest. bidder, durlni on through bill of hiding. Anyone rontomplatIng \ Drop In and examine my stock and !
I effect. the legal hours of rule, all the following land,ly. ImlluinK on the Kant Count. would di well t.. TITUSVILLE: FM., ., -
Point hero held Ciudi '
.- from City Baptist ser- Inn:and being In the until county of Hrevarcl and write for 'riees. The Hawmlll In tItuated on the compare pilcus. customers' command
State of Florlilit,and ilcnerllmd a*follow I J.,T.<& K.W.Hy.,U mile\ smith of falatka. Keeps a full supply) of Metallic And every consideration vompotltorit;

ITBE! ADVOC.ATE.nE.\I1JRS vice.Mr.. T. IL Sunders spent last week With 32 Tn-wltt, township The\ ,N moth W 1(of of range the M N E east S( of containing section. Agents: t Cocoa,.:. RUtlng; Eau lallle, Eugene Wooden claim to confer. :1 ."

i of zinc put on the live coals in her daughter: Mrs. C. O. BIyth, who has I : 411 acres or no much thereof RIO wlnl 1 be HUtll Ilralncril. Uino.pd Collins, Cases and Caskets. Call when convenient. First door I
dent to satisfy the decree, together with costs HntHiima Illglits, IMitiina ('0., Fin. "
i will clean out the stove pipe been quite ill. of sale and auvertixlng. I'lirchaoer jmy for Funerals attended if desired. All orders south of AIIVOOATK ofllrc. .

Jn water and soda will remove Our new store is In full working order i tl tie.. promptly executed, and at reason
and under the skillful management 01 REWARD F. GRAY ablo rates. Embalming done. ,2
washable fabiics.
from '
ease "
Mr. Bcrgmann, bids fair to do a thriving, Special MaMer.ATKINHO.X DIXON & GRAY
JOJlE& a EDEN
: in a stove may be mended by ,
business. Complainant's. sollclton. 12-6t P. DALL,
hen and salt with water. Dealer In *
Mr. AT. A llowland, tho "cosmopoli-
See of raw onions applied to the tan," was tho guest of Mr. W. It. John- Master's Sale. CONTRACTOR & BUILDER, Drugs, Chemicals Perfumery, 'Toilet "

Insects will destroy the poison stone on the -")[ulls." He left on the Under and by virtue of a decree of foreclosure 'l'itH vil1o. FJa.
PINEAPPLE Articles Fine : '
Is better than turpentine forwent steamer Sebastian, Monday, for Lake and tale rendered by the Jude of the Circuit Soaps, Stationery, ,
of carpet worms, buffalo Worth. Court of the Seventh Judicial Circuit of tho Estimates furnished on application. JEWELRY : >! fhA' :
State of Florida llrevard county sitting in ,
Insects. George! Sweeney nnd Ralph Guthrie Chancery, dated the 2Xth day of October A. U. Correspondence and patronage lollcltedIMlmo SPECTACLES .t '
lissolved in water and applied started Saturday for llanana creek, M" here Isle, at ChninlM-rii in Orlando In a certain cause HEWINO MACHINES
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feather will exter- therein K.H. \\ llcy and W. I..Tlannaa are com- PLANTATION. ,
toad with
a ducks were reported to bo very plentiful Clalnanto,and N. (.. IIryan, S. II. Ra ,and J. K, 3VE. XI.BRICKLAYER. Du.n.nc11: OIIIIH, PUUiU, Sewing MachlooM and*' II s-
(d-bugs. returned well pleased with aell ,
They Sunday, are ilefenduntu, I will at public Watches '
Machinery Clock
in front of rim Court.houno diMir in TI- Repaired. ,
outcry
stick to wall that has their trip. "
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paper tuivllle, llrevard county, .Florida on the ant & PLASTERER and Jewelry a Specialty. .
ewaahed, wash in. vinegar or A fine young gentleman made hU appearance Monday in December A. It. IN'), the name eiuti T. 33. ILlol3.ortca.s: School Books and School .
ater. in the home of Mr. and Mrs the Drat day thereof during the legal lioun ol Supplied, '
ale. fur cash to the highest lilddur. all the fol- Eden Indian River Florida. .rl TitiiHvlllo Flu. Subnet"Iptlona! taken at publlaher'i price
cut In halves or auarteN. and G. IV. Schuyler on Wednesday morning biwitlg land I, l lying| and lielng In the laid county for Newspapers, hooks, Magazines, etc "
ar new paint, .thee last. As they furnished him with a of llrevard and State of Florida, and deiwrluet) I Work contracted for on any part of
smell of the paint. Uny wardrobe and said his name should 1>e a* '.follows to-wlt t Prescriptions carefully compounded at .
Indian
The 8 K M of the N E 5(. section 13, township I River 8 "" \ n
,' the paint does not absorbable Philip, probably h" has come to stay. 21 south of range. :34 k-u.t containing 40 acre, I KNOX the Painter any time, day or night, J 1'

smell of the onions. or ao much of the auove-dcwrllKidproiwrtyait I ,

rubbed on .grass stains ones cusp will be of luHlulent eule. 1'urclianer to satisfy to na'd'ay for decrees title and the Will do any and ALL KINDS' of PAINT.INO _' Jno. McAllister, DrugS ;! i
Cocoa.Messrs. ,
will bring out the stains SEWARD F. GRAY such as HOIIHO and Sign Work, j '.
*goods are washed. Special: :Master.Js'crx "
draining in 011 Contractor fork'1 Medicines
t TKlX..Y. Distemper or ii Patent '
i petroleum added to the waterh of and Sim- Complainant' Bollultors. IUtl'Jastcr' '
Bovine, Chicago, Colors; Paper Hanging or '
waxed or polished floors .are mons of New York, were visitor in ; Toilet'rtlcles.
u proves their looks. town, Wednesday, each representing a Sale. Stencil Work, Antique Artesian Wells, Elegant Perfumery and '

Man the Inside of a tea or oof- line of proprietary medicines. and Mosalo Glass ,
add of Under and by virtue of a decree of Stain. 1i6' Kept constantly on hand at i,
|lll with water a piece W. Jarvis and family left here last forclosuro and sale rendered the % Iau Gnlllo, Fin,
by judge
minI Special attention to :Natural Wood
bll for about forty-hve -'
extended down tho B. pdflmiiT
week for trip I '
an of the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial FinUh. .
I. R. Mrs. Hart and Mr. DeGraff accompanied J. B. Screven's'.i
Circuit of'Florida, sitting in chancery
All articles of Furniture made to took 1
I b filled with lime and place them. M.
DOBSON & COMPY
at chambers, for tho county of Brevard, as well as new. Estimates and work. .
r In the pantry or closet will ab- Business, in the mercantile line, Is im dated the 2nd day of August, A. P. 1800 dono anywhere on Indian River imUG HTOH :.

|pnesa and keep the air dry and proving. All the store are putting In In a certain cause wherein Amon I). Office on the ladder, TrrirsviLLis FLA.W. .
,
the for winter Wilmington N C Also tile latest Newspaper Periodl '4
large stock, and prospect lltti Is complainant and Alfred II. Traf- ,
your duster slightly before trade; Is very good. ford and Jessie D. Trafford et al are de II. KNOX. I cat, etc, a f

i>Ct woodwork and marble. Use Now that the election are satisfacto- fendants I will sell at public outcry, in Make a Specialty of
i well as a feather duster If you rily settled people around this countryare front of the Court House door of Titus- FO;

I thorough.you looking up work. Almost anybodycan ville, Hrevard county, Florida, on the dRiver
[ upset a bottle of castor oiltrpet secure work of come sort around first Monday in October, during the legal Florida Oranges. .

the best treatment for cow Cocoa or Roc kludge. hours of Bale for cash, to the high Wines Spirits \ A

spot'U to-place the bed over it, The foundation for Stlling' brick est bidder, the following described real Consignment solicited. Satisfaction I
ftth cheap and efficacious. laid and work estate, to-wit: ,
hardware store II I being State Bank .
A tract of land shown on the map of Guaranteed and Prompt Return
will take out every kind of 111 progressing fairly well ,Contractor
Robbins & Graham's addition
.A child's dress will look en- CUklu ia only waiting for the brick, to : to Titus- :Beers Made JWmoW. : .
tilla lot said lot _
lined by the dark berry t stains make a rush of it, and complete the first as twenty-eight, havinga "
"; If whisky is poured on the displaces brick block of Cocoa in a hurry. frontage of sixty feet on Maine street; Titusville Florida. 'J
and running back depth of CIGARS KTC.
a
eight
N.
HENDRY.Dealer
before sending it to the -
,
Mr. German of Georgians delivered .
Rev. eight feet; said map of Itobblna A Untlam's 01'j i \
rill( out iNCOItl'OIIATEH: UXOCK TUB J 'wa 1
as good as new.
coma temperance lecture in the M. K. <
a addition lit now on record in the OF THE FINEST QUALITY,
[put away food in tin plates. church at this place last Sunday evening. Clerk's office of Crevard county, or so In Tug H/ATU or KIXIUIOA, *(

halt of the cases of poison from Quite a large congregation was in at- much of above described property aa GO TO Authorized Capital. . .. 1100.000 .. ?
f canned goods Is because the tendance. This Iii the first time Mr. will be sufficient to satiety said decree General Merchandise Paid-up Capital..ooot) '
llcnukcr.
i left or put back into the can Getman has preached in this church. and costs of sale. Purchaser to pay Losloy & -

Ing. 'China, earthenware or Edward Stiling returned from his trip for titles. A General Huuklnf llulu .. Traii4JU'(.il,
[the only safe protectable for to St. Louis last Tuesday looking as J. P. TPavxn Families Supplied. PRY GOODS, r

." well as usual, and apparently in fine spir- Special Master NOTIONS, jAilc:. I'luTcu.um.l'rtot>lclf'nt;

J, H. P. It.. lIe will soon have a large stock of noBJii.xs & GUAUAU, W. U/IJAliaKTT; Vlte-I'reltldtnt; '

I NOT. 12th. hardware on hand; and customers needno Solicitor for Complainant. WHO WILL DISPUTE IT ? STATIONERY, W. M. lluowir, Cashier .
think that the fire burned him '
Director James
longer > Pritchard W. B. -
This sale I* postponed until Monday
entirely out. the third day of November A. 1>. 1WW! Choice Groceries Uaruett, J. H. Durkee, W. S. Graham .

a:: Lady Opinion of the We are pleased to note the Improvement the same being the first Monday in themonth. and W. M. Drown. ; r
in our meat market. Mr. Lapham Lit i ill 3IIMH, .'fu\. 5 Every I'...., Cammlttrft with ruliMrrktfv ', #
loiiuraucu no longer an experiment
"Advocate. ,,as nearly finished fitting it up, and i.stow i lisaktag Eateaded.Correspondents .
,
adding a room for a fine refrigera- I J. P. Tl'KSEB but a provision which no sensible T.7W.' S2MDKPXI: : Seaboard NationalBank "

tor. Capt. Schoonmaker intends put- Special Master. man will neglect from it he Is i always New York; :National Bank., of '

Fonrr CASWELB: X. C. ing in a nice lot of groceries, and has The above sale I* postponed until bound to receive more than he give by D1'1y'ltlitnrWill JaeklonvWtt. -

Nov 7th, 1800.t already received part of hi* stock. Monday, the firtt day of December, UM investing in tho attend to all kind of Hauling( ,

AdeofoU: The IJbbey concerts, held in the M. E. the same being the first Monday in the promptly, cheaply ami espedltlously THE

church Tuesday and Wednesday evenings month. Mutual Life Insurance Go Will deliver baggage for ADVOCATE .
[for some time wished to write the 4th and 5th Inst. were quitea J. P. TCBXEB, passengers : .C
seemed to arriving or departing on train or ateam- '
The audlente enjoy -
tulate you upon your success success. much the music 13-4t Special Master, ASSETS '1J: OC'OOO. Job
: paper. With us the visit of the novelty very ; boa tAl. Printing Department) ,
was good for performer *o young; and Can be found at the Hallway Station ,

erness VCK U; the looked local forward are so to with very I Mr enjoyed*. LTbbey1 by "our lecture American wa girls thoroughly t" of Cocoa Advertise in this( Paper W. A. EOWLAHD, SpecialTitusvUle tent, or at my residence In South Tituvll Is Ready to do Year Wort., .: .'.

find interesting. Indeed, one and I' kJedge. Fla4 li-lmo U. 8. Mail Carrier. :5 .

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IMMORTALITY.- I Bpratt was as plucky a girt as there weal OF FUN. tog paper behind my buck. Mewes, cad THE ARCTIC RACE.F.W there are on an average ,

\TuaUv bectas mast end. So say In Tomsburg, and that her skill in band you teU me who it was!" seven persons to a house but f11tbli

philosopher both old and Dew, ling a boat wa second only to that of Mewes (who was the culprit himself) I north, upon the west coast the

And nature round, birth, fruit, decay, the most expert boatmen in the Tillage. nuMonotrs SKETCHES FROM _"I know who it was, but I hardly like \ COAST OP GRCENLAfiTBB number of inmates to h house is ten.er&p

Doth prove the adage true. Just then Annie Jason came upon the VARIOUS SOURCES. to tell." The hunters alone are considered toll{,

scene, and joining her brother asked the Teacher-"A trifle too scrupulous Discovered great men. The Angekoks, who W|

Rnng In the unripe acorn's coat cause for the uproar. Sim told .her in a L perhaps, but it shows ,honorable feeling ,I trey Wcro Recently by communication with the Spirits, BSJU I
A faflanoak tree Inmbereth; Cupid lit the Auction-'Wfttchlnjr tbe "
EtplorcrSomoof
hurried down. Arctic their
whfeper. on your part. Yon may sit An respected In special role thm
The Heir-born infants fusty throat "The Bpratts shan't Pennies-A SouTenlInhumau Tribune. Their Traits and large in social
crow over tu, Chicago they play no part of
Most rattle soon in doath. Sim." she said Treatment-Human Nature Customs.
resolutely, stamping bet fairs.
And to, wbateverbath no tnd, small foot upon the sand, "I'll go with Eto, Eta, MODERN SCIENCE.: In the spring time the natives !lap

Jfevcr began and na'cr wn born; you." "I suppose your son learned a lot at Captain nolan, the Arctic explorer, their turf and stone huts, and tint I

Its! origin and finished blend When Sim had made known what his CCTID AT TIM AUCTIOK. that newfangled Boston school found the east tents. Tho community is broken lip 11I4

As night fades into mom. sister had said, another shout, more wild Prince Sanson-"And now, dearest, "Oh, yes. Henry stood at the head: const of Greenland, ofpwhcm 413 inhabited only near relative live together. It i,,,

Inanity tra by'a ring and more prolonged than the first, rent will you name the day" of all his clvses in the sciences." the fiords around An ,magsaIik. often the case that the largo family j I

In former age*nlgned, and taught, the air. Hiss Bond-"Well, let us say the 21st "And what is ho doing now-resting The women considerably exceed the mea one winter hOMe Is hostile to the peopJcf

.Surely plain and simple thing. In a short time the news of the proposed -with three days of grace."Munsey'a !" in number which is also the case in Ice. another hut. This docs not prevail

Yet food for grandest thought. race spread through Tomsburg Weetly.Hother. "Oh dear, no. Henry is applying his land Went Iceland, and probably among them,when.they happen to meet ia J

and in less than half an hour's time men, knowledge in perfecting a circular law all Eskimo people. This fact can be ex of the houses, from appearing to be aw,I

Ood Is the end and final cause, women and children were congregated mnru tuTVaL for tutting trousers for bow-legged plained only on the ground that the men the best footing with one another, t!,

The Alpha and Omega Le, upon the shore all taking a lively Inter. -"Don't you know that it is men."-Judge. in ther! hunting pursuits are subject to cause hospitality is with them a nets

iWoro beginnings, more than law's.He est in the preparations being made there. naughty to hurt the cat!" greater hardships than the women. vary duty.-Km York Sun.
was and Is to be. The sun was down
just going behind Clair-"Ycs'm." The height of these East Greenlander -

And If our cools are plumed to flit a dark mass of clouds when Jay and Mother-"Then, why do you do III" "Did know ELOQUEn'that there is a language is greater than that of any other Eskimo Why Oil Calms the Sea.

Through being's circle, near and far Sim, accompanied by their sisters, came Clair-"Dunnoj; cos it's naughty, I of;you perfumery" tribe though as compared with The action of oil in calming the wt\I

;They lived before tho inn was lit down to the landing where their respective guess"-Racket.WATCHDfG. "No." the Caucasian race they aro not tall. It now so generally, recognized, eaji U,I

Or heaven had a star. friends had hoisted sail on the "Well there is. Heliotrope means 'I is to be observed that in West Greenland London Jfaviieal Mayatine, that the net I
two boats, and made everything ready to life-
TUB I'EDJE 'I there is hardly a pure-blooded native. rule as eavmg appliances req!ll
it was a cheerful thing to hear The Cntham & Fitham's New Bookkeeper"Shall worthy of you.'" All of them have.. greater of less admixture that every boat of seagoing vessels rod
young men made hasty survey to I send this blood. These natives all life-boate shall carry "one galloa tff
bill
of
An angel harp or shriek from lid tee that their around to Mr. "What does the absence of perfumel'1mean'I European
crafts
were in ship-shape, Warcham's however are oil and a vessel of approved pattern fa I
To rid u from this fear. and house, sirl" have nothing to say! around Cape Dan, pure
having satisfied themselves that Fitham "H'mt there's '" Some writers have tried to distributing it on the water In ronrfl
no; no use "No. It means 'I haven't a scent. Eskimo.
For we are brutes or prisoned gods. everything had been properly attended wasting postage. Wait till he calls for -New Tori Herald. draw the inference because! these east weather." The potency of oil insmootk.1
And thoro Is of to grasped the tiller, gave the signal to rather war recently I
none us can gnos something more. -Fuel.mt coast natives are on the whole ing waves explained by/
What Ufo we passed before these clods cut: off and darted away from the shore, -- superior in physique to other Greenland. Lord Rayleigh before' the Royal lastifc|

This vileforgetfulnetd like birds on snowy wings, amid lusty TODS THRU TOO: TUB TOUCHSTOSa of TEMALB BBAUTT.A that the mixture of whites and tion in a lucid lecture
era,
Ctorij Horton, The sky looked rent and threatening. "Jaysmithis a regular antiquarian. playing at forfeits when a wag on to menta demonstrate that foam or froth
native This inference seems
There were distant thunder and He hu been married three times, and that all the rest should do as ho the race.
frequent proposed in I
Eskimo of caused impurities liquids.
the
basis for ; The
1HE END OF THE each time to a widow. have no good ,
FEUD. flashes of lightning. Dark towering did. Ho thereupon took a handkerchief, bottle I
"How does Smith Sound who are pure-blooded natives on shaking up ai containing pm
that show him
to be
masses of clouds rose slowly all .an it in water and began rubbing
upon dipped !
!" are physically among the poorer water, we get no appreciable foam, but
antiquarian ,
BT JOmf P. BJ01ASDEB. ides of the horizon. The wind was due his face.
mixture of water with.
taking a I
of the thirty.
As far-back as the oldest resident could last, blowing a stiff breeze. The two "Well, he's a relicthunter.Ju "Now, all of you do the same, specimens remarkable type.A fact was noticed by five per cent of alcohol there ia a mod I

remember there had been a feud between boats were- closo hauled on the wind, please I" Holm about the physical development greater tendency to foam. Camphor !

the Jasons and tho Spratts. It had never barely making their course. The water nfHt1HU TUEATAEAT."And At this the ladies, in a body got up Captain of these people. Their arms, of glue and gelatine, dissolved in warn,,I

,been. deadly one, but it had been very was rough, and the waves ran pretty high, don't you feel terribly the disgrace and fled from tho room.-ParU Figaro. length are exceedingly! muscular greatly increase Its foaming qualities,
ordinary ,.
bitter for all tht of being sent to prison asked the
and had casting a drenching -
caused a great Ipra1..over everl'thing their legs, on the other nana, are and soap still more.. Lord BayldgJI
.deal of ill-fcoling, not between the two as the .little crafts were forced visitor. A ClEAtt CASE.Jaggers short; slender and weak. This fact is finds that sea water foams, not on so-l
"
families alono, but among many others straight through them. The crews of "No ma'am, returned the extramp."It -"What ever became ofenough's doubtless accounted for by the habits of count of its saline matter but in goer I
who through alliance with the two boats-the girls as well as the ain't the disgrace o' beia' sent, but I
either had dog! You know it used to the people. From childhood the men quence of the presence of something et-
been dragged into the -wore well protected however by its the work that's eatin' my heart
loys
,
quarrel. instrument action from I
give me so much trouble. use the harpoon and other casting tracted.by wave seaweedi
There were people too, in and about long oilskin coats, reaching down to away. -JViw Fork Sun. Wiggler-"Oht It's dead." with remarkable assiduity, and By simply putting his finger into vita I

Tomsburg who took special delight, It their feet, and southwester hats. Jaggers-"Did you kill it?" this necessarily develops their arms, which was moving vigorously under tti: I

teemed in keeping the two families con- For the first ten miles it was a pretty LIKED sat, FBRDuos. Wiggler-"No. It committed suicide. while at the same time they pass dayaCter influence of a few campher scrapings I

tantly in hot water by carrying tales be- oven race; then tho wind died out com- "One thing about me," sold die new ." day in their: kajaks or canoes, whichare contamination of the water by; the it-1
tween tho two houses. pletely. Night had set in. The thunder girl "is that I'm fault finder. I always
Often these tales no Jaggers-"Suicide t How?" so nnrrow that their legs are confined finitessimal amount of grease, sufficed tj I

were flimsy fabrications, woven from tho sounded louder and closerrmd tho light try to take things as they come." Wiggler-"It came over into my yard in them almost like the foot of a Chinese form an invisible film over it, aniil

imaginations of tho tellers, which could ning came in blinding flashes. The "Hurat! Well that's somewhat bct- while I was sitting here with a loaded woman in her shoe. Now, on the west neutralize tho foaming action produced! |
have been readily detected as fiction clouds rolled upward from every side unlit ter.: Our last girl used to stop the do-
dissolved .
the
by lltoL'.MulUt.Y" WeeZly.wnT coast the legs of the natives aro splen by camphor.The
mopla less prejudiced they met overhead. For a few minutes livery man and take 'em before they got
against
one an- didly developed, because they occupy effect of oil on waves, as ,serenl I
other than the Jaions and the Spratts; the thunder stopped its loud can hero.lVashington Pott.JL TUBT FELT CUT OT. themselves during thIS summer la the physicians have proved,.is not to snbdnl
tint it nonade and the ceased the
as was the busybodies and mis lightning ; reindeer chase. Reindeer are not foundat the huge swell, but to give; the wind 11
sounds that broke the silence "If please: Mr. Cashgoods: said
chief-makers you
had an open and free field only being COMPUEHENSIVB REPtY.School where maritime hunting thus till
d'appul incrcasisj
the Angnmagsalik! huge point ,
wherein the of saleswoman "we have been
to exercise their more or less in I dying murmur a breaking wave Teacher-"Johnny, what does young is almost the only occupation of tho force of the breaking waves. "The4a:
genious art of story telling. I and the gentle swash of the water against the word meter mean!" discussing the matter of salaries. And of oil Lord Bayleigh "may
At the time of tho the aides of the boats. Wit find that the men are getting more men.Tha says'
ending of the feud JohnnY-"A measure. natives Holm discovered have compared to an inextensible membnal
elm Jason The darkness intense the air money for the same work than us girls.
was the was ; was School Teacher-"Now what
Johnny uil
representative of
one that and the surface of the water
And think that ia noses are prominent narrow, floating on :
side and hot and Then omnlous sound wo hardly just do
stifling. "
Jay Spratt of tho other. an do they measure with the meter? til
They !" and often nearly approach the aquiline, hampering its motion. As Ion* u
'were both ;young men, unmarried and camo from a distance sound that the Johnny-"Gas, electricity, water and you"I never looked at it in that light before in which respect they differ from all other advancing tumultuous sea water is pral
Intelligent In occupants of the boats had often heard -
.
, everything save tho ono poetry.-Ilal'p'r'/kuar. answered the after Eskimo. Their eyes are always brownthough there is aotking to oppose its pencil Icoatractions
subject of the family feud >efore-a low murmur at first, increas- merchant a
an exception Hahn found and extensions- I
one woman impltlible.
little thought. "It shall be remedied at young
in volume until at last
Dot to be wondered at since lug gradually as A BOUVEXTB.
they had with blue She was probably an I
once. I'll cut the men'ssalaries down eyes.
it drew it sounded like ol
Imbibed nearer a roar
with their prejudice against each other wrath mingled, with shrill shrieks of "I wish ;you'd give mo that dog next Saturday."-Indianapolit Journal' Albino. On the wholo it may bet said The scientifIc demonstrations of fin! !

h mother' milk. :Major. that the east coast natives, and particularly sea quelling virtue-of oil is- worthyde |

But time, the resistless, that undermines agony and despair. "Why, I thought you didn't like those of Angmagsalik, arc a tribof note by all sailors. It is fortunate fII t
' Sim and Jay hastily lowered their safli EXCUSED TniS TliTD.
empires and causes them to tumble 111m 1" superior physical development. It is them that Lord Rayle gh. La. alas! |
ia a night, brings changes everywhere. and furled them snug and fast; and just "Neither I do. It ;youll give him tome Schoolmistress (with ominous look in absolutely impossible to find among them pushed this at a time when ocean stoml

Sooner or later everything succumbs and as the first chilly breath of the squall I'll shoot him and send you a lock of her eya)-"What made you so late, the least trace of mixture with European and especially tropical hurricanes: ml

it no more. The Tomsburg feud ended touched their sweat-beaded cheeks andoreh'ads" his tail."_Harper't Briar.roerriva Itobert Reedl"Robert"DeeD elements. likely soon to tax the seaman's art to tkl

4n a night, and that, too, when It they'threw anchors ovor- t! htln'." The explorer found the climatenot so utmost in saving his craft from deaths

seemed to have grown more bitter and board. moor. Schoolmistress (advancing furiously rigorous. that of West Greenland un tion. .-
Then the storm broke loose in all ill "
' "YOII eh!
more deadly than it had have
ever been boo der the latitude. The is the
"I see you have given our finest suit of same sea
fury. The thunder roared more deafenIngly 'Robert-"Yes. ma'am. A boy led How to Preserve Piano.
of all riches. a
their
fore.Tomsburg rooms to a man named Bilkins. Are you source nearly There
is situated on the ,shore of the lightning flashed more bllnd- lure be can pay the rates?" ;yer wuz ugly as"home mode sin an' I jest they find their food, and the icepressing Pianofortes must be kept dry and fn|

one of tho many; bays on the Texas coast ingly than before. The phosphorescentwater Clerk-"Yes; he's immensely rich." gave; it to him. against the precipitous coasts south o f from the least particle of damp.as damp l

where nine out of ten of the inhabitantsown gleamed as an ocean of fire lashed :Proprietor-"IIow do ;you know Schoolmistress-"Well, Bobby dear, them that has shut them off from the worldbrin ness rusts the strings and pins inflate'l!
and driven before the gale. The two I! this time
must but
a sailing craft of some kind, the like corks Cleric-"lie is old and ugly, and his pardon you control !!'! to them trunks of trees, plants and the felt and leather, utterly ruining tit! j

greater number being what are commonly the all boats were toased but their anchors upon held wife is young and pretty."-uYii* -YorklYttUu. your temper thu beat you can.: -Olds rgoNees a considerable amount of debris from action-work. For this reason on wet ui\\
son .
called cat-boats on which they make angry head while shipwrecked vessels. Thus, though they foggy days the window of floe room i
them to the wind strong
weekly trip to the adjacent cities, carrying hands the tillers andteadied know nothing whatever of tho world out which the piano stands mst not bo I kd

the products of their gardens and nervous them as grasped they plunged up .and WASTED awxaT.'If5S. 'WASTED ZLOQVEi C5. side their homes they have long been open without the Instrument being wl

fields. down[ among the furious wares. You see that girl over there-" ""Matilda" the ;young man said, nervously able to use some articles made by civil ered up.

Sim Jason owned ono of these boats a The two boats seemed to be riding the aba began, when the other answered: "wh t I am going to say may surprise ized men. Their harpoons are tipped It is not wise toplace a cottage pia>>

trim little craft, and ono of tho swiftest gale safely,until suddenly the "Annie's" 'Yes, she lives opposite us. She's deaf you, but my feelings are leading: with iron, sharpened, from the hoop iron forte with its back against a wall tint

'that plowed vessel the waters of the bay. The cable snapped. The Annie was, to the and dumb poor thing.'.' me on. Encouraged by your kindness washed on their shore, and relics of many exposed to the influences of the weatln

.little after had been named the "Annie" windward of the Lily and when the "The idea. And there lint behind? intoxicated by your beauty and rendered a ship that went down probably hundreds or one having a chimney flue runnel!

his sister. Like every other boatman cable parted she drifted straight down her in the street car for four blocks and desperate by tho conviction that the of miles from their coast were through it; neither should it be plus

Sim was touchy on tho subject of the latter. They came together maile remarks about that dowdy hat she hours are fleeing away and that the future found in their humble hut serving some too near the fireside, where it wouli 11

being beaten by any; other craft but his with upon a fearful crash. Then came wave has on, all for :1othln ." can hold nothing for me worse than useful though unaccustomed purpose. liablo to encounter direct and uaiheat. :!

particular sore spot was a banter from higher crested and more furious than its the suspense under which I now labor, I The only domestic oaimal is the dog, To prevent the.keys of the Instilment -

the Spratt" adherents that Jay's; boat, the fellows. It bunt the boats while WHAT FAT HAD CXDEB HIS COAT. have resolved to risk my fate on the cast which h employed to haul the sledges from becoming yellowitisrequisij
upon
, all"Lily, could outsAll him under any aud hey were yet side by side, sweeping their Benevolent but Near-Sighted Employer of the die." The chief animals: cf the chase are the to wipe them with a soft wash-leatkl:!

conditions.The ". decks from fore to aft, at the same time "Patrick, what's that under your lIe loosened his collar, coughed, and same as those upon the west coast. Walruses each: time after use, and to keep thaj

"Lily like the "Annie," had tearing them apart and carrying one far coat!" went ahead. are very numerous at the end of covered with a piece of white ?land

'teen named for the sister of its owner. It astern-of the other. Pat (who is working the growler)- "Other ;young men, Matilda mere summer and in the spring. reaching from one end of the keybo
'was a new boat, understood to have been butterflies of fashion may dance attend- Here is another peculiarity cf these to the other. Extreme L.
Jay; looked around for his sister. At ('I'm sorry to say it is a can, sir. degrees of
vbuilt exnrewly to beat the Jason boat. his feet, in the small cockpit in which be Employer-"Great Scot, Patrick 1 ance upou'O.l and flatter you. Listen people. During the winter they live in and cold are fatal to the cabinet work l
:Bout and banter ran high in consequence not to them I Listen to the voice of sincere long houses made of stone and turf of
polish in
was sitting now half filled with water Stop work and go straight to the hos one a piaaoforte. When not ace|
and high words were exchanged ho saw a motionless figure which he pita1I"-JIUI TOuUy.PBAOTICZ devotion 1 Other young men, talented house accommodating an entire settle vice itiaprudenttokeepthepia.oclo.al:

.dally between the backers of the two thought to be hen. He reached down nay, perchance young men possessed ment. Tkese houses are from twenty especially during the summer months!

-rafta. of wealth in abundance may seek four to fifty feet long, according to the the moths >
his hand and dragged her toward him. WHAT TOO rBBACB. haviig once found access |
One evening Jay and BIm met down ;your hand. I am not talented, Matilda number of families who live in them and the inner rUl
A long and vivid flash lighted up Merchant "! wish to insert an advertisement parts of the instrument, do
by the shore where had to I am not handsome. I have not those from twelve to sixteen
they come feet wide.
everything around him, revealing insteadof in the Jforniay SuglA." They damage; besides, ordiaary dust clogllJ4la !
look after delicate little arts that win the :
their boats. Both were affections are generally built laid
men the expected face of his sister that of Clerk-"Yes sir." on sloping to the destructive to the mechailsm. lactsfll
"'
accompanied by friends. of women. I am not rich- sea, and the fronts of
the
houses, where where cloth fc ne lad I
Annie JasonAt "Commence it in this : 'Pay Cash lining tacked at
way ,
"If I owned old tub like that "No Mr. Dennis said the the openings for
an ono that moment a woman a piercingcry and put those words in large letters." young light and entrance are, of cottage pianofortes it is advisableu t"!

yonder said Jay Spratt to his compan rang out above the voice of the "Yes, air" beauty with a yawn and rising to her face the ocean. The people regard it replace it by wire gauze: and say opel:l ling
ions, pointing to the "Annie" and feet, "I regret to say, also, that;you are their first to
duty
assist
speak those
heard it and to his whose common at the bottom sad
of
tag in torm. Jay sprang "And 1 wish ;you'd 'trust for the not in it 1" the instrumest j
tones loud be heard home share
to by they
enough and
likewise
particularly be pM
amount for a month or lo.-Yaw. covered in order to
the Jason crowd "I'd leave her to the feet."It Mr. Dennis withdrew from the competition their kindred. up
is Lily and she Is drowning he Elad Although they are sub vent mice from finding a comfortable It I
mercy of the wind and weather, and let cried. "I'll cut the cable and drift down at once. He was clearly; outclassed. ject to no determined law: their social treat in one of the secluded corner*-a*I

her take care of herself." wihd. 1 save her yet." fitbburj DilplJtM. lifo h based upon rules to which der the *
with the may TIT ASSOCIATES VOB POLICEStEJf, onTo keyboard Is their favorite spot
"That tub, u ;you call her, can outsail Ue started forward but just then the they tacitly give a legal character, and the piano. In country: and farm honsa 1
t" cried Mrs. Von Toodles
that box of yours" retorted Sim, stopping topping-lift broke and the boom came "Henry Gold la the Georgia Blrers. the transgression of which exposes them -mice being more frequently found i u|
somnolent husband the
her by
and looking around defiantly. down with all its weight upon his head. grasping 'One of the most to the reprobation of their comrades. In suchresorta..thisuparticularlyrequiaittn I
promising schemes
"I don't believe it." arm, ?leery, there are burglars in the by certain
"I With a moan upon his lips be sank down, house I Get up and go down I'* which a fortune was not made was that respects these rules impose u these pernicious little creatures buiW l
didn't individual
ask: you to take my word for unconscious.It "Utter dear returned of an inventor of much mechanical liberty as great restraints as their nests with the felt and cloth tu|

,It, Jay Spratt. But It have th5puek nonsense my genius the laws of civilized
of a kitten I you tto e nenr,. "You wouldn't have a qtan of who got up a plan for getting the In each settlement society from the action,-C ambers'? Jotsrasl
can prove youtils gold out of the Georgia rivers. there i is only one
with Most of
very nisht." was a week after the night of the my; social position associating burg house, in which live '
"Howl" -asked aflacl ,urprbe. squall on the bay when Jay Spratt awoketo lars, would you! You astonish me I"Chatter. the streams which flow from the gold districts as ten families. The sometimes as many A Shower of honey.e .
Jay i oldest
consciousness again. lie was at his of Georgia have "color" in their chief bead man is th Two days ago five gentlemen of **[
or of
Two sweet faces sands, but not always paying quanti the household, when he place drove away in a carriage takDI!
"I'll sail home in Tomsburg. is or has been
RedUih.
a race to light- a good
you ties. This man, the Gloto-Dtmoerat hunter or if he has with them atoouk
while the says and
him ,
bending over arms A DE&PEBATB LATT CHA3CB. guns cooking
nouee and back. From the looks of the were a son n ho ia Ikiluliu the chase.
akyw. are likely to have all sorUofweather belonging to the possessors of the faces "If you hypnotise a man, you can of St. Louis proposed to build shoal as they lire together in the As house lon-: Bringing up about noon near a .PfI
150 feet and have sluice same in WI
around each other's long a running a dry kindled fire
wound canyon they a
lovingly
were make him do want each inmate
-winds, and calms and squall*- anything you has his share
the it thus proper of all
all round !
and our boats chance." waists. him to can't !" asked EtheL way giving a sluice the preparing lunch. As soon a* fryingP'5So
will have an equal you supplies of food and
of 300 feet. clothing. elf l
length Then by a steam and
coffee-pot over
"Where am II" I believe began doing duty
Jay considered a few moments. The "Yes so. along the newfound
dry looked threatening, and the nigh "You are at home, Jay, and an It "I'd like to hypnotize Chollia Hicks shovel arrangement, he intended to land the sort of communism people of Green burning fagots honey, as good and pall!
the sand out of the bottom has been f *l
would be dark. distance was well" said Lily with a smile. then. scrape up of found which as bees hereabout make-ia lumps
The the river and drop it in the sluice some writers think would be the ti"l
size
of
didn't drown drops to larger
"And gobs
twenty miles and to out the bay you "Why advantageous in
go on ; civilized
I thanks Sim Jason who through which a stream of water would society. It certamly human fists rained fell into frjiI|
to
dear -
with every indication for a stormy nigh 'No, ; "This ia my fourth season, and I'm appears advantageous for these or
wu knew he risked his own life to save mine." getting &axious.1hrpu' Bar' always be running. lives na- pan or coffee-pot sweetening eooJciJI
a risky business; but Jay; s to live thus together for the !
The gold would collect in the bottom men and 'J'II
did I hoinel" game boiling coffee water.
"How get
must back
cither the banter or are much
accept in other sluice and at intervals exposed to accident on hunting II
I u any startled nimrod tie
found that
\nnie- u
down ia disgrace tacitly acknowledging : CHAKOEO ros 'TUJTB. tripe, and if of them
any becomes *
the
would be vie- l
there a "cleaning which
up was reduced
the inferiority of iris bout, and Incurring But here the blushing Annie'. mouth.placedher Lawyer-"Madam, l'mlorrl to say that he expected would be highly profitable. tim of some deadly peril the family he minished and the honey shower with, ties JI! l
hand ceased
besides the' coward disengaged over J..U, I entirely
of cared
reputation a I don't see the ghost of a chaacelr you for U the common
As soon u one locality was exhausted charge and is pt I
I "Did sail the boat and take me subsidence Not vessels for
brain having
Those thoughts flashed through hi you to break uncle's wilL"Woman saved from physical
your boat would move on to another, and, to suffering. ing the five" b I
Miss Jason? asked Jay looking honey the favored
home ,
and made
in 9 moment his mind was up. -"Well, to be frank with expression he The avenge population iu each house *
common
use a thought
Aye, hft would outbrave Sim in accepting up into her" she face "but be quiet you, I don't see a ghost of a chance to there were Bullions in it. The scheme ras thirty-two persons. Oa the west decided coverers to of wvisit this remarkable the phenom few *?|l
whispered pta
"Yes a
the ihtlttoge. pay you for what you have already done was never tried, for before he was ready coast, however, each house: iu aU the hence *!
h now and try to go to sleep. for conveying away in propu1s
"I accept your proposition. Sim if the will isn't broken. Dankh trading places contain
to put it into operation he found an only or see theIS'I
the
to make The great majority of the people In opening falling manna, of which
cried. added "And madam This
Then be "On second thought family.
J Lawyer- ] in Colorado and went out there buta is probably due, in part .*
the race more even for you I will' only Tomsburg are well pleased to know that I think the will can be brokers"Too in to the fact that they; are not pact to secure quite a lot Tin
people Georgia
believed
take sister Lily along *<> help me iQ the the feud, between the Jasona and the great many share ,ith other families article trilling"EU to nesses of the shower are reliable, todlaffid.vit
it to be perfectly practicable and cf
boat. SpratU is at an end. A double wedding SCKCTULOO. regretted ropean origin while with it demanded will each make
there to take place insntumaTiatw early that the experiment wu & theweU-knc wn the above-stated Their *
Is announced facts.
A wild of went from hospitality <4 the Eskimo
yell approval up
Jill ccaptiioiis, for all be.bAt Lily I>oaearat.s Teacher-"8
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AGIUCULTUIUL. a mistake ta ann-vwe a "cow 15 a t''>w,*' HOUSEHOLD )IATTEUS.ow "' WOMAN'S INTUITION. An Electric Census.
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whatever her ,orm or tharacteristica. Heart* Alw,. :
Rlthl H r ....f mrat la I
Many are fit ball for At butcher's block. : TO nan Tin cow UT DCTTKH. Retard t* Cannon T...... In' 1834 the first practical ttIcgraph'I'as'

ICS! OF INTKUEST; nELATIVE While it sometimes happens that a cow The following method of discovering A.n old Bentlerjao o..IIl'tonty. same Inti woiltcd in England after a crude attempt

T6:FAllM AND uiu &.' hating all the marks that indicate excel .leo ia butter is proposed by Dr. Taylor. tile city from bta farm, without his ovrraMU made in 1835 on n line of tlititcen tolls

lance fails to fulfill The day turned chilly and be was obliged to. i between Paddington and Drayton. In
of the
expectations yet the Department of Agricultural Dissolve forego b.. rWl to the fair. 1844
lino !
a telegraph was between
exception proves the rule. This non ia twenty cubic centimeters of petroleum To a friend who remonstrated! with him for opened
J'.U1n'mO ROUSE and Baltimore. In 1830
ROOFS. Washington a
fulfillment/ of promise may be due to benzine 140 grain of a mixture fff away from horns tbu.uopl't'pulld. he
paint is to be used merely said: "1 thought It was going to be copper wire insulated in putta prrclia
as an or- organic or functional derangement or to of oleo and butter. Heat slightly! to so. warm;
nt there is perhsps reason for my wife told me to take my overcoat, but I Was submerged! between Dover and Calais
put- undcvelopment of the lacteal cure a perfect solution of the fats wouldn
it the organs Women have mote sense than men ,. anti the first submarine toll'graph::
only on sides or, as wo once during growth owing to insufficient nu Caseine and animal tissues may be readily: anyway." WM laid by the Into T. K.
Crampton.
done, painting the front or road side trition-a A frank aJmtaton.
matter that should
be borne removed by passing tho liquid while There 043 submarine rabies
are
leaving the rear to rot down while in mind those 'Vomeu'I/tOOI1/ 81It811 saM to come from now ,
by who
are raising heifers. warm through fine muslin fill A tea
Intuition
front made ; may It not be that thee' are more exclusive of the seven Atlantic cables,
a showy exterior. Paint In buying a cow for dairy purposes and tube with the solution; and place in ice eloM observers of littlo thin?*.' One thing U with an aggregate 112.'7-10 naulical miles.
at least
iHdings is more for use and depending largely oa external appear water. In about twenty minutes the certain, they areapt to strike the nail on lbs 1 ho overland telegraph has already become .

ility than ornament. Nowhere Is ances in making a solectioa, it is wise to oleo fat will separate trop' tho butter fat head more In all'the ordinary forj problems of. life, a 'orld.willli institution in which

ro needed, or needs to be more freitly place the greatest stress on the udder, and fall to the bottom of the tube, beiu; 'Aeoordin frequently: to than Dr.the Alice Bennett* of creation who there is a total of 1,080,000! miles of

renewed, than on the roof, whose the paunch and the appetite of the ani in cold benzine while the butter fat will : recently read a papr 01 Brkht's dtscwiie be wire-enough of the attenuated metal ..

shingles are cut by falling drops mal. There should be a well-developed remain solution in tho benzine.-2fnt 1 fore tbe Pennsylvania State Medical 8ociety. to go around the equatorial: belt of tho Why docs this man stare so f II.. ;

quickly wear out unless protected by udder if a large quantity of milk is to Tort Journal. persona headaches subject who to have bilious crawling attacks sensations and Molt globe just thirty times. The number of id simply listening to tho marvclon* .

t.Botton Cultivator. be secreted. The teats should be well like the flowlnft of water In the heal who, words transmitted the miles traveled cures effected by Dr. Picrce's Golden

set Apart and generous in size. If a cow I TUB GLOSS ON Lt E.". are \Ired all the Uine' ant, have unexplalneJ: and the rosh changing! hands would tax I .
THE: STOLEN 1 ES'1'. is to give large quantities of milk or attacks of sudden weakness, may woli be suspected tho enumeratIon table. Medical Discovery. a
The gloss linen collars and shirt- of
on daneron
< tendenoliM: in the dire The illustrates
catTy farmer in butter she be a hearty feeder. She -- following case : :j '
every crperienc must fronts, which makes them appear almost Uon of Bright di*a. ." .
i poultry can recite the fact of a hon can not convert small quantities of food like new, is produced mainly by friction. The veteran newspaper correspondent; Jos C'emmrnilnblr.All Fcbruarr Hth 1SX3. I t: c a si.
into Howard of the New York I's. claims Dot consistent with the bleb cbnracterof -
; away to the woods and her large quantities of dairy products. lu noting
stealing Any well-stsrchcd linen rosy be highly this rtatomont Woni.n'g Tf rEN'\BT MtBioxL Asaocu: .
to return "after many days," with Tho dainty feeder will. give very dainty polished by using a polishin-iron and oorrecl In her dlnjtnosK, sugjesta! :but"Possibly why .losau't: Alice she Is Sjrupof Flo are purposely aioldcd Tio.f. Buffalo, N. Y.t '

; brood of chickens. There is no returns indeed. A largo body is a fitting plenty ot force in pressing and rubbing give soma i loa of treatment I know a man by the Cal. Fm Syrup Company. It acts Ktntly In Gentlemen remarkable J. case hal ixxxtrred
our territory. N. Berry a man about
ion about it, hens running at large accompaniment to a vigorous appetite. the cloth. A heavy flat-iron, rounded who has been tlre.1{ nil the time' for tan: I on the kidneys,liver and bowel.,cleansing the thirty years of ape was folot down ntpldlnHo ,

i a greater'fertility in the eggs, atu This is tho factory where grass, hay, and at the bottom and as smooth and bright! of years.lomol Night ana before yesterday
[chicks aro more vigorous in consc grain are turned to butter and the accommodations as a mirror should be used for this pur hadn't.. mokes no pretension that every bottle will lie went to notcil sanitarium slut rntnrrw>4

|ce pf the concealed: nest under tho must be amplo if largo re pose. A piece of white wax or sperm A proper answer U round S In the following not sutwtanUnte. DO consumption better Wo nnJ all thoug-ht only a tow he WM week dytn of wU lit.!
letter ot Mrs.
cs. Exposed for three four week turns are expected. Tho dairy sow Davis, wife of ttov. Wul. J. .
or about the slzo of a walnut U usually Davis, of nU1, I. 0. June alit -- --- wore left for blm. ,
,
Ihe open air, subject to the many; should, in general terms have a reflnod, added to about a pound of tho starch. !do not hesitate to that, 189J I\ : It la the man who can't Klnj tlmt strmi i commenced<1 Golden Medical DIpoT> 4
life "
I, say; owe my Anxious tlmt every one should know It. pry, and at the same time commenced to- .
l gell of climate, and warmed up every feminine look, the skin should be mellow The garment should be nicely ironed in to Warnor'g.Safe: Cure. 1 had a constant : mend. Hn hn used about two demo bottlro.

I the hen adds another egg to the lot and pliable when rolled up by the hand.A the usual way, and it is then randy for hemorrhage! from my kidneys for more than ManY perform are broken clown from overWurk and<< In still using it. lie has pined In walrbk.'' .
five months. The physicians could do nothIng or household Hrow color and strength, and la able to do lii-hi
Cares. n's Iron lilt.
kth all these! changes, strange to say, wedge-shaped form, thin no.k.: and the glossing operation. By faithful application for me. My husband ftP<<'nt hundreds of tern rebuild the system aids invention removes work. It Is jnat ituohhavo a case M we ihoula
Hy every one of theso eggs produces! small head are the natural characteristics of the poliihing-Jron a high dollars and I WM not relieved. I wu under excels of bile aol mire malaria. A listened ta rather fiisnloloualr, bat who .

althy! and vigorous chick. It be of animals that are valuable, since in gloss may bo produced.-2ta YorL the careof the most eminent medical 1 men' In splendid oak for women and children. wo It poe hni It trrblod wo mu.it our believe sale of It."OoIdo Uodloal .

s i a question whether we are using their case superfluous bone, muscle and World. the had State The hemorrhage reused before I The Indian was tho original Uektt- calpol' Dlflcovorr."
taken
tissue one bottle of the Safe Cure. I can with the >nt the _' JOHN nACKBTT 8OW.Drugfflit .
est method when wo carefully collect are placed where they will do the ..rellan,1 do axiM: on 'I'
,
cheerfully recommend it to all! ----- *. Roanoke Ind.
every day and put them one end most good-farther baok where the feedis DOING cp WASH DRESSES. who are miffereri of kidney' troubles." I have UMtl Dull' Hrrnpnrllla, Iti skin diseases ,

|krd in a partitioned box or in bran. being converted into milk and butter. of Ionic Undlnfr, w hick ilrnmnilod n I In all bronchial; throat and IUD"
Some wash dresses are so elaborately Centennarian Curios. thorough change' of the ilultliiof the. hod\)', and .
ulhern Cultivator Size of "milk veins a golden color in I
plnidilnn" knowing JIll ,, will affections
mado that it is almost do any compositionml lingering coughs spittW
to ,
impossible .
the skin, and waxy horns are points well In the last net of the play "The Old ml I Its \talue.Hr. 7', JintlM, -U'i'jJlJIf.
them up in the ordinary way, and they Homestead I'll. of blood weak lungs and kindrcq
ft'FEEDING VALUE or 6ILAOB. worth noting, but of more importance is at the Academy, New Kork, I I
ho disposition, which should be gentle are sent to tho professional cleaner for there is used an old wooden rocking cra Doctors never kick when they can slow a ailments, tho Discovery cfi'ecta'tbo

ofessor Woll found that sixty per and not easily bocoming irritable. These tho process of "dry cleansing." Where die that has been in tho family of Dtnnun clean imlr of ucalH. most. marvelous cures.

of dried corn-fodder was digestible, are traits that should belong to the they are to bo done up at home the following Thompson and his forefathers over 130 -- WWW % - -- -------

'xty-three per'cent. of silage. Hit himself well to his hints in regard to ironing them years. It; has rocked six generations of
dairyman
as as cows
od of leaving the corn in the field may be of service. Skirts and dresses "Uncle Joshuas." The old fashioned
but when to both
onth and then storing it loosely in they are common with should always be ironed as follows: clock introduced in this scene i is also an EECHAM'AINLESSS
other conditions it is
is objectionable. It should' bo favoring, certainly First the hems, then tucks, then flounces hqirloom of tho Thompson family having
not unreasonable to look for
ctcd as soon as dry. lie says in I American : success.-. bcdice, collar, sleeves, leaving the. rest been in the family since its early members I LL5FFECTUALS

,imments on tho feeding valuo of Aryrieulluritt of the skirt until last, as it is the easiest! settled in New Hampshire over a century J r .

:, "The digestible matter of corn part to crease. Tho shirtsleeve board is and half ago. The gun which hangsover WORTH A GUINEA A BOX.'-.
and fodder have FAHJt AND OARDES wons.t used tho fireplace is even older. Tho date
corn practically for ironing the sleeves, while for
1 value for milk! : production." As Drill in superphosphate with wheat. the front of the skirt a board shaped of its manufacture stamped on the barrel BILIOUS & NERVOUS DISORDERS,

'ct no weights of the cows feed, we Fall plowing saves work in spring. like a gore, coverol similarly to the others piece Is 1723.in 177G.Dcnman's ancestors used tho Such as Wind and Pain in the Stomach fullness and Swelling at.I/al., ( '

know how he could securely make! Put plenty of good fuel under cover. with flannel should be employed. Dizziness, Drowsiness,, Cold Chills.flushings of Heat Loss Appetite, (

ve assertion. As he is friendly to nave you sown some for Dresses require to be ironed while very THE! easiest way to clean shoes or rub Shortness offfrtath, Costitreness Scurry Blotches on the Skin, Disturbed (

item wo assume that tho weights of uro! rye pas. damp, especially the embroidered ones ber over-shoes which have become muddy Sleep Frightful Dreams and all Nervous and Trembling Sensations, die.

!age-fcd COWl would show that much THE FIRST DOSE WILL CIVE RELIEF IN TWENTY MINUTES.
no super Better for farm are so worn uow-Decaign. \sVith vaseline. A little "swab" of
prices aro coming
pro. BtECHAM 8 PILLS TAKEN A3 DIRECTED RESTORE FEMALES TO COMPLETE HCALTH.
over the dry fodder-fed cows. clued:
ducts. cannel on the end of a stick is good for

informed to the contrary, we shall .Provide goad reading for long eve -- this purpose. Even if the asclino touches For Sick Headache, Weak Stomach, Impaired

,,8 that the silage-fed cows' did not nings. TVASHINO OILCLOTH. the hands it forms a coating over them, Digestion, Constipation Disordered Liver, etc.
,
ain their weight as well M the weeds and insects till Kitchen oilcloth does get shabby oftenin so that task i III not so unpleasant as it otherwise they AcT LIK!HAOIO StHngttitnltig the muscular 8111t,.... restoring lonf-Inat CowelttIon -
i, as in tho case ia other trials and Fight frost a short and the would be. brinsittig buck the..... *dill efaMMf/ff, ana arousln with lbs ROSEBUD Of
remarkably time
therefore the comes. HEALTH Lila whole eligileal intrau',l the I II oman frama. Onn of tua heel >uaraiit eto
feeding value of Keep the harrow In the field manufacturer and the merchant who sold Whcnt the Hmovi aniorMltattd In tint. BEECHAM PILLS HAVS THE LARGEST SALE OP
with him was probably not as great going i ANY PROPRIETARY MEDICINE IN THE WORLD.
fodder fed for wheat. it get all the blame, whereas some of it When sores break not on your person, when I'repisred noSy by 'iJIftS. HI1tlIMt.U.I.sa.f.anee.btre Jnltaud.noht .
dry cows.-CourierI should be shouldered by both mistress pimples cover jour fnce when you feel weak 1)ruggstaget.ereilfJ. B. F.: ALLEN CO., 385 and 367 CiiI l t New York
Let your lawn go into winter quartersin nd debilitated and )our nervous system fuels Sels A.nll, lbs tTnIt.d 5tatpl ,.titt,".. "",,,.,."10'. .,..a k....'..."' ..WILI1.U'IlJtI'UIIAM'8
clean and maid. now do you wash your oil. shattered when you have aches and pain, I'ILI'$ 0" kEuIttlP: ..r 1'1111'1'.""" '" A lUlL UC.lTION ml's .'.....
-- a condition. cloth With plenty of soap and hot when your apPetite fallS, when you are troubled -

FCHHOSIC POXJHDKII rs HOUSES. As the pastures fail., put in more meal, water, and after the surplus water is functional with djHpcpsla ItraiiKcme&t, when and there life hardly fa a ventral swma

onto founder in horses Is otherwise bran and middlings. wiped up the wind or the heat docs the north living Rive Dr. Hull' "l'Iallllrllla) | a
will be
f>n as fever in the feet or laminltis, The best place for the young turks Is in rest of the drying. Hot water melts the trial alldIou a general delighted health at rn its.lonr plenxin and aeffect ) .

slstsiu severe inflammation of the the hay or harvest field. paint, the soap removes it,and after strengthenerof other the whole nysti-tn It superior ;
toany compound. It will not harm the
ko, or the connective tissuo between Now crowd the feed if :you are fatten. every scrubbing match more and more meet delicate Invalid and It,**wived tliouimn d..

rail solo and tendons of the foot. lug swine, beef or poultry. ugly brown patches appear. Tepid water from a premature crnvo. You wrung yourself
when you delay giving it a trial.
should be used in oilcloth POSIVECuR:1
JBjmptoms are soreness of tho feet The poultry-housa should face the wiping up an -- THE

onse-juent lameness, and in severe south and be on dry ground. and soap only where there are Never fight with a awerp' : )on cannot blAck. ELY '
|the general health of the animal grease spots. Wet only a small portionat en him, but ba may bliu-kin you.
-- -----
Asparagus dried in the sun ia said tobe a time and as soon as the dust and LiDa .
cd, a high fever, a hard pulse, and neeillnn a tonic or I'hU'lr..n who
toothsome in winter.A want Khoul take Drown'
bulldlni Iron
> very dirt are removed wipe perfectly dry. up
[breathing with, distended nostrils Hitlers. Ill ii !lli'iuiant tutaxc. cures Mnlurla.
[ the common symptoms. In such a well-trained shepherd dog: is a val After the oilcloth is cleaned, go over it Indlgeatlon.Hiliouimi'as and Liver CuuipluluU,
makes the blood rich and r Boat Couch Medlelno. Recommended by PbysIe1anaf .
lief is afforded of uable animal on a sheep farm. with a flannel wet with linseed<< oil. Use pure.
quickly by
use aot Cures whore ull else fUji. I'loiuutut and agrooablo to thotuite.
bath, and a doso cf thirty drops Fall is the best time to fill up or drain plenty of strength rubbing in the oil. It Is bard for a lazy man to be truitif ul, for' Children take U without objection. U/ druggists.

onito in water, followed soon aftere the low, wet places on the farm. Once a year give the oilcloth a good I he is happiest_when 1)'Inir. '

| of salts and coat of varnish. With proper treatment I little elikly ililld has been
pound Epsom appli. Some now advocate longer cuts for Many a poor _
oilcloth lasts for and the saved from the by Us kind mothrrKlvnull
good
of hot linseed meal I years, grave
: poultices to cora silage, even up to six inches.Don't Dr. Hulls \\orm D>'Htrutn, width the 21
milder when lamer colors keep bright even after constant eand -
$ct. In cases, title one thought was )
store root crops until they are traffic has of the oilcloth into
worn parts ---
tenderness of the feet is the
most
dried and the weather is llttlathu bell it la
well cool. Considering knows
holes. Not
Yeik World.EECIPES.
s i symptom, tho treatment should wonderful how much It ha, been tolled.A -YASELINE-

j[relieve any inflammation by poul. Always avoid unnecessary expenditureof COTT'SEMULS1
You will Woaderlul IMpar.Whan
strength. wear out
soon : .
| and then to use a broad-bar shoe
resume the larga Proapeotm
von wr FOR AOMhnOI.I.AH IIII.I. ntoil.y mm .
I a thick leather sole under it and enough.Do Crullers-Quo cupful of sugar a of Toe YOUTII' COMPAJUO-C published lout. w. will Uollr. >,, Cr.. ui >ll nlmnriw.: la mar p..._ ..
not borrow unless week m our COllOID Ul,1 fOil slop to consider ills Valid ......, all ot UM loUowlug lu-Uulu, _
the heel and the hoof money can of butter the of rubbed
at you
heavy piece size an egg what a wtuUu ot talent UM en.d I', PI"<* fully pooka .
be dressed daily with glycerine mako it bring you a larger per cent. than well into the flour, two eggs beaten into dutlnii this rsiiiarkahlB l'ap.r1 It* succors Uvhenouienal. (I.. twivonoo ""ttl..t fur VMoUna, 105e.
and it 1 I. read In 'J.JII( ) familiesbecauM Vn. Iwa-oiixr .boiil ol Vuelliw runuula. U "
iir mixed. A horse in this condi. you pay. the sugar and butter, one cup of milk, It I In the bent of lu kind. Now I. lbs Oua Jirat V>M< .." told (..n."l f II C
ihouM be fed on bran and linseed It is economy to mix almost any kindof three teaspoonfuls of baking powdci tlwc to send >onr aubscrlptlon. IL7J sent at' Vasik. VurUraCamihnrlP. 14"
will the teat ul Ibis year free, One Oak of Vawliu Kop, un_..,..>, |o"
I with:cut hay and oats steeped inter nitrogenous food with corn, coru fodder mixed into a cupful of flour. Add once Including secure all the you Holiday >>uiub... '!.. Of Pure.Cod Otis( aUnt Vuli..Soap, qiil..lulTM. a|.<],M'Oa .

but should have no corn. or silage. little salt, unless the butter is very salt. \ouru's l'U>>I'ANlOl'l. Uuslon.I IwaHiuuw butte ot Wblla VIIIIeo' -. :III"

ate work.t\ill not hurt him. Plank There is nothing better than ground Flavor with one and one tcaspooafuU} :rle ItallwnT MI Liver Oil andIIYPOPHOSHITES 1..It
OeM portapi damp Wmrto afM mi (hi ....
frequently contribute to this con. ants for colu calves or pigs if of lemon extract. Mix very soft. This pnt.nnr Ewtern Un. I* runn'njf' oil'"Ivr ..0...... 0.. Mo iwenuai cay N ...... ... esegd frees friMilt
young ,
of tho feet, and a horse with this fed. Baked Omelet-Five eggs, half-cup tlliUlwllrnlna. judiciously roaches, IliUman lwplnr{ : : wtik owe IMMi MJ. 6 : 'a
ble should stand with, his fore feet milk flue bread crumbs Clncii.natl Cblcaito, New York and taalp..... : ": oa wUM Sea UHtt ares*ui*
quarter-cup
The corn at the sides ends and corneT Ikwton. All (trains run via l lAke fhautaiuiunilnrln .....r...li Mr.... Cm.. VI t MIO.I. Ml., N. f,
let when in the Itilile-l\'lID !
of Lime and
clay melted butter
tab'cspoonful and
; nnd holding
of the silo needs to be carefully pepper the '''':1011. paiwenRer
'TirnetjDIa. salt to taste. oak the crumbs in thi IbrougU liaeU a..l.rh.lIl'1o tramped Uonn. orM-famed. rvmirt. He sum )our ticketS raa4vl Soda {K 15501/
milk: ten minutes; beat the eggs verj *N. Y.. U >- & \Y. It. IUDa HKVOKVKltrnrahu: ..
Most advanced dairymen now pack on or flu rat
H03ET FOR 1I.\UETr.\'G. light, the white and yolks separately: ; (,.tiitmm. "1U'fU It wr/Ulo
their butter directly from the churn. No Vaa Ever B '"CBlata f U endorsed and proscribed brpb7loluM 1.4ln >rh.tis ....f.n..11
riling on this point, an apiarUt says stir the soaked crumb., tho milk, tb send ln .1 their nsvn.an4 addiu because both tin CM Lltrr Oil soiuufwt'ir.4 rnnin4 HIM
careful of each is of second working. butter and seasoning into ttj yolks, and Anvpenon willirecelra laforniatlon( that will I..... sad Jlii">pliOfi> .",. are tin. recognized; arat .h..lc.a of all. .gv.rt&,
grading crop agents lii 111.cur. ol (MMMjM0u J$ ItM Maunfwtnrs.i 5...lllrMJi.w an" ... Hla-
... ( fo'J
0. booourU
I Select breeding stock first for health tho whites in to a tortnne. IIeO Lewis <* .. .... .
utmost importance, and the more mix lightly. Pour into a Mo. palaubiv a* luUkScott's rla.\.I'I. N rtV UwnnivrbM and Gir a'

realized the greater will be one's I and vigor; second, for early maturity well-greased pudding: dub, and bake in BoUdlasT Kansa Uty. Emulsioni I. .. JWl'f rl 1 tsp"'w''4.motlrl....."'*. piei.'arefuiiy(:un.II' and Woman. tier dlsraw an I their treatment im.I.4o.e. .kakiI.VsreuuiivaJd, lot frtoup .I.".
fattening. a a.su.hparn.
quick
iss in disposing of it each season at easy ovea. 13 rmatu. Illustrated; prlo OOo. bent. upon is.e.pI .. wmdtnfui #1..1. Iro.i.ws.,.. It It lit* dur.b.lltyasdarrwr.e.. la.n.tb.dsea.t, ,

od price. Goods neatly prepared Permanent improvement is only se- Cream Pudding: -Ia one pint of creamor of 10...;"n.t ut miOUa>.eta. Addrats Is.I'rot beef JUuuditut CONSUMPTION!: s.ufl.iz malUabla BOM\ for tbaa.oei.ratl.lraa. Inliallaaa an' ,f *',._.._. '
AroU t'lilla., srur.r
in good condition are most quickly cured by great care in the selection ofthe rich milk melt a teaspoonful of but. U. U. KLLML. M.O. Wl MU.- 8cr fcla, Drencbitl, Wasting Di*- .nl V uimlUlilo. but ,diUMLroua. ,.. UUirO 4t.
.
MKHHiiV liTolyta .u sliuivd Li
animal. ter, then add half: a of one eases, Chronic Coughs and Cold ', ....... upon ha*
without Ihading rates. A single breeding cup sugar, Chinese Headacba Core. li r l wlili" Snn .101 u-I UU* til "u ia
of lemon Lea Was ositlve 10 N4Iiou..nt Ask fur Bcotf ErouUlou: ant take no oilier.n.e. sod or. |".,...*.4 ,-.,(..a ,mr7dtU.I ,..
en comb or one leaking: section of It is by saving everything that call bs teaspoonful or vanilla and tbt t- lu.flet. Qd'k receipt and t ur> 11 per buill.. --- ...- -_., .:.- : ::- '.- .........'. basInS Ib. (wuliu> Crib!., o4 II pses
,
yolks of five eggs. Beat the whites of 1'1'''paid "a dai.rann.4.uVt'l. % fait ut ani.r il4t..r., '
pped honey may daub every section utilized as feed, that the keeping of the Ac1elIti6 (".;:::: W.IUIIIll..K..c.'tI'Uo ( i.iw alit nmln prouq'. .ed isi.f';. alisetlus.safl4t..igSsi.v'
e crate, as well.as soil the outside, most stock is possible. the eggs to a stiff froth, drop by spoonful For Coughs 0 Colds ..."; .. ,,,., 1.51._ t .vsitisI iiwa. .
in the hot custard and stir FITS atnpp.dtre4b? Ds. Kl.OI OlSitMarralutu "" HMITHBORE I:: 1V1'SS; N .4
dust adheres and renders the very ,
ile e unattractive and unsalable except For growing colts, corn is too fatten. lightlyso! as thu bites will be all through Nt&vs RDlToaltn.cures. Treatise No fit's attar J IJ Mnt trial da,b4dafree. .D.M. ... aa IfWlda.llh ""'tIoa &w. ,..... WprlugSt.iJ' PIafVi ...

ng; oats are best to secure a develop- the yellow custard in spoonful unbroken Lr lUlu. "A11' tit., 1'1&11.,1'a. l1AUIQ'b.

sacrif oca in cs.a case One or of two the second finest honey grade ment of boae and muscle.In ; the cllect! is very pretty. Ripe 1'lmber. )IIDSrSI.IaZIU; -band' and flanebsi DU.SCHENCK'SEJULMONIC WELLS j MONEY I

b the be sold sawing grass seed itia quite an itemto strawberries may be placed in a dish and ta )11..url KSL.ia. 'jua: aDd A5k5131.53..' Oar.....II Mashlas. ar* .......45aug.11
to ,
generally cause case .ti Co..kaua&s\ tiy.Mu.tkiabon&iu .
....utllI IIWl1..w. 1' lot' e. tI' 5A5LP.fl.4 I5UL'Vi.deNHHV.ilKUsn4 .
get the seed distributed as evenly u the custard poured over thara. [ A. i
cond quality or at least a consider-
Ma.seilLan7wbsre I,.*.I.Kf.A I KM: fKorll.1h .
reduction from first grade prices. ioi!ible. Try a good drill. Cheese Cinspies-Cut slices! of bread an receipt&':"t<.J.5aiMi) .I'">* C-J..l< ..IIA t It.. .'140 A":: ., ...,,,.,, .11..10.! r. ,.'f

ch kind of crop should be sorted Bad creamery butter is just as offensive half au .Incl thick then with a large --- -- ----_. -- i! i- SYRUP. .ih.r.ii.hs..*to VAILI U Uvkn*4UmUt.LOOMIS r !>*, *. '

several grades. Combs that are as bad dairy butter. T name does not round cutter cut in circles then cut these & NYUAK, Cota,08UO }:J
.
e and completely filled and cappedd impart cleanliness or flavor. in half; take a tablespoonful of butter, c''".. II h alMMoat uwla lu tiit tail*aa4do TiffiN. OHIO. PRH ,"J
out eJrlkleot
** i
be the first grade. Those not so Nobody has any moral righi-or legal"ght put in a small lalUCpaIl-mor if you CAtARRhJa 54 $ .. .* uuL Ii -- -. r.- J

e or so well filled shoull be classed either for that matter-to sell ths- have much bread; fry your pieces light Wori4.1zis.'b7s&iLrugii'5.15.b.sti uizk)likiseiathI&. Crest PWSIOH' BQT

ond: and those light in weight andy eased: milk or tainted creim. brown; when done take thom up or set Prtc*. tt.no pr brtU IT. M.-i.-k S Houk ,a PENSIONS tsPasul"s'
filled third two on till or on your stove pans sad heap a complalal which aflTceu Bearly esseybodsiiorlb.tasnssekiovssaoelO5et aura C utuwrota wd >u Care, mil trr*. Addr.jr. __ ___ __ ._
as or grade3 eesi4 ,.
may Hobanck Bon. Ihiladeiphia.JJ8li1CHAIH1'p 5..ha. a
laas i I Itoldj J. it. .....d .. -
cheese a* a $i5 a h. -5
them with 'I. s
ado; of the last. As uncapped combs Ills Fortune of Xo Yalne. grated and sprinkle oa eombii; >t4 .lla teipur* Mood. i 'lIaUa ksa JpeSr. .. IIUna, low..A.l::: .. .. ..

.ed'Where exposed to long-continued Another instance of the danger which: them a little pepper and salt; set aside Bow from the oca 11Ck1105 la la* JlllapMaW.1| $ .. ''ID4\1.hJ.1b1aa-wt;

p weather almost alTaji gather people incur who attempt to be their own until ready for serving, and then put ia "" ..111. pals "*? at4 t>etw... la* rye, rlaflas I, P-I U-M; ("'IN s. 1iure "Iu.-

tare and leak: it is beat to crate them bankers has just come to light at Ilildes- the stove a few P tutcs until nicely and \MuiUat aoioM la UM cars an W.. man turnj I j' D 0.... II>. Iiookot.s,. V
browned. BKIOJ syuiriuma Courrh Is eurtd by Uoo4't BaraaeazUia v1i&r.:
there or reserve them as well as anydnnger helm in Germany. A peasant, in the wklca ***** dlraell/ at lu .... ty I liM.tOLL1yM5,
of breaking down through course of long lifetime spent in hard Pancakes-Oae plat of milk, tiro eggs, owrtav a I ImparK from the Uuod. taUdlaj aa -AUaaaIa(4.- -VIIi<:e-W4W&IICMh-- 5,

sppmtion. Where the crop is small ;, work amassed a large cum of money. one tablespoonful of sugar, one cupful of the (lla-... IIMUM sod *i'ln* kcalUiy taaa U Ika PATENTS J.'....... f',

tbird grade can in all probability ben He died recently, and his grandson discovered flour, one tablespoonful! of/baking powder ..kola .,..... .r..Slew. ,Is 4110L55.5sal.ee.:.

| tho home market, or peddled out i i hidden in the bolster of hU bed, one cupful of cream, a pinch of w.ee.I a' a. ...SLCaCZ Patrick OTarnlJ,, an&1

he vicinity for more than will be ie- a thick toll of crisp bank I note*. which salt. Stir the flour salt and powder together Hood'sSarsapariHa

ed for it jn the city. Develop your on closer examination wu found to bear add to it the egjrs beaten with

ne markets: in every way, and if poi- a surface valuation of several thousand the sugar and diluted wish the milk and 45**

a sell all your crop to dealers in I thalers. The notes bore tho well known cream; mix: into a thl batter; have a --.- ---Miss.4s., 143 a.sik 55. taMd.l..ig Ib_ ..it (.

ghboring towns and villages, instead form of the springing hone of the Kingdom small, round frying pan, nuIt butter ia tO MSB A noiTr1 b* auaV* -arkla' .
I B f or oo rr ua* | WrwJ WOAI coa funiu* 1 ,csaei1be asS taU, _
it the
ppIng to large eitiei.-Ai* Ytrtna I IIUU. of hanover and the arm of other turn pan around aba the batter 1o&o1107.u. '1111I. for r-e4 eels a aana sad si*. Saul waul* Um* lo.!.* dohe ISlf II a. tN skp.pI
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may cover the oa hot flre turn X_ para Maauai* aut. wusiani,->i>li> *i sla C. "'"
States of the German Fatherland. The pan put ; lit Q.L BOOO & CU. lamtO, A fw vaf aatft4 la towo sad *iu>. A v.at. JVIUI.f'U : lot's..
roll consisted of ten-thaler five-thaler It and brown the otner side; batter each IOO Doses One Dollar -.k u.I.o MW is Jl.1o_... *-a. p7s.ee es w 4J. 1:: ."V'.... JIC.r.D.LJ ..

poixTsov A PAIBT cow. and one-thaler paper which some ten and roll it up; sprinkle with powdered -- -- 5hlpauXs.PlIPaWW" *rdsetisy. w. tisalsald iO'..
value. sugar Pseibi. A1ruIs'Is5sevk. HOLLYllUlaiaWI -" ..""* esJyC3. Lais.i sad _"' ,.... sad-Ja .....
he practical dairyman has small con- years *go ceased to be of any The WA'ITED I | )o1lnH, Ut*>oi etmmt .k.a ..... lasS lot a.pw* aaulana tarblaoMO e& I&&I
B for The of which bad lain so carefully .t ...Iat.4. Wn.. .._ .. I ) E..... SI f.. a,. Itee...... >. Y.HfflE iiDYCwE
fancy markings points I whole treasure The price of eottoA in New May Bratktre "....,-*. ......,,. > Y. aChlce4 -. .
dairy cow in which he b interested beneath the "easy head" of this peasant York ia ... &1 ,. iaCo a__'........ .."
1681 was from seventy-two MOTH! ;.... y. .... ., I s4 _..._.,.... 1\aW.
thoM characteristic which usually : is of BO greater vain than a packet ofI cent to f LOa $0'5A..sard for 3-8 "141.":::.c-a" i I j'----.p., IfMtot.W. .u.Iff u.iai MAIL., .aw-aaar1 4iseeeai. ,Irwb out, ,ZxuuiTh

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LOCAL-NEWS. ;;'1 Ankona., '-* -" ,-X. ..... UJ M tr. //8 The 1 Great American ,Doll


Conlinvfdfrom Pagt 1. Robinson Forrest Crusoe.llamor Is first mate on the o PC l hiM

-Mr. C. O. Blyth) of Imllanola, was filJ
Jn town yesterday, and subscribed for i J. S. Kook and bride are snugly domiciled [ [ ) Is Divided Into f 100 Equal] Parts.

the ADVoCA'IE."ifow on their island property.C. S- : I-IR t1

"warn It 1st" exclaim some B. Hutchinson and wife have moved o r j L. ; P O M Ii;" It is true the Old-Time Merchant used to tell you It only had TW,

to the Island to raise a crop of winter g. rn 7 +' rL and he would sell you a 2c. paper of pins for 5c. and pocket
visitors. ,
of our northern Range of temperature vegetables.Mrs. 0 OEg. .. carts,
t'I 52 [ : of needles would give lum an opportunity
to
for this week on fourth r ;' 3c A 2c. packet pi,
page. A. B. Hamor of Lawrence, 5 '-$ 0' d os' .... of hard-earned dollar. A quart dipper <
another 3c. ,
-.f. Watson Co. have has arrival 't d! .rr.t; your north
S. just receIved gladdened one home by her O cn M I=! q&rt:::
i 0nP. W .
lOc.Ge.
on 2S 0 THEN Cost you
Tuesday
carload of
a orange Wraps, and evening. ono II 6 '" "even
e 7c. and 8c. milk invariably brought money"on
pans
them down. a Messrs. std
will sell away Try us. Hutchlnson, Lischer and Taur- M 8.5tt> 1 entire list of everything had to- buy.
man have, we are informed, taken homesteads po ,. ..NEcl L'J = through the ,
g
-Mr. Tom Johnson, of LaGrange, on the west side of Hobo's Sound. S' <+ t:' [ .. [ 6'Q:i 0 It will/perhaps, astonish you: to figure up a bill of if 10 at old pr'
stepped into our office this week lie 1Oq ro {) : will cost at "Bazaar"
Mr. of "' !do and then see what the square goods you Pee
Klapf, Naperville, 111., was a e: y <
Asked us not to chronicle his call and N C
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we welcome visitor at Baywood cottage a tE: tju. ::!. liam 0 Then come around and have a talk withJ.
.are not going to. few days last week. a ;aE.Z. .ga 1

t:' S!: "" OII.,. t:: ... P. TURNER & CO.,
The ADVOCATE
returns thanks to County Commissioner C. E.! Chaffee c C 12.. ... _
C "'. ."'
the lady who sent in the was at Fort Pierce r: .3 & e 0 C'I a = ::L 1:1
bouquet of
on Friday
examining trt O <-+ 1:1 .() it ,( "The Leaders of Low
beautiful flowers. We appreciate thingsof bridges and Five Mile creek. :r p. FrU f; ;'-r /II"" .., t prim
X f.) urn 11'
that kind. ) 'g" ee -. S [ f ( $

Judge II. W. Sharpe, father of Capt. Lake Worth. o [ (J'q no tE: opuoao 2- p;: H E. L. :se :D 7
t: rJr: cf 1
W. H. Sharp, died at his home at C O j1fl ; : ....

Qultman, Ga., on the 11th Inst., at the Rev. Mr. Mulford arrived from his =:; it :::: &OS'H S-6 5ril! a Groceries Grain Hay Garden>i Seed Fertilia'

advanced of 83 summer vacation last C: r+ t'I :
ago years Thursday, and ; ,... d .... ,
.Shorty Walker has returned from day.held services in Bethesda church on Sun 9 L 0 C.Pf QJ) SF' mi8ff '_ I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of j

his trip to the north, and has been m O CD. ( Staple & :Fancy Q-i-oeei-loH, lT-ri
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no
going around town giving a glorious description Election passed oft'vel') quietly. Dinv c I-rI c m
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of what he saw while ick is probably elected by a small majority a ;!? 51 L'J P1B < ti And Food ProductsOf .
away ; and Stripling also carried this + \ oo All Kinds. Also My Stock of
-Joel Swain, the leading democratic precinct by a small majority () !d F g
CD Grain Bran Cotton Seed
S
_ war-hoise of Fort Drum, was in town for Mrs. Chas Moore was married, for the .en iit O<< ) liar Meal

ft few days this week, saying "howdy"to fourth tlny, to Mr. McDonald, on Thursday I O Ground Food and Wheat.

liis many mentis. lie rejoiced to night, Rev. Mr. Mulford -nerforminff I am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively in the above In
hear the good news of Democratic Uie ceremony. The bride la considerably Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I invite your correspondence and sot
victory older than the groom, but docs not JAMES
BREVARD COUNTY HOLMES, President. your patronage. Very truly,
which was puling In at the time of look it, and, to judge from appearances, 33. X- :anAD1'
Jila arrival here. Mr. Swain reports the does not feel so.. ALBERT A. TAYLOR, Secretary. ... .

crop prospects In the) vicinity of the fort It is reported that the Juno Beach Co. STATE BANK WALTER
GEORGE M. ROBBINS, S. GRAHAM
have ,
called Drum as very good. their civil engineer on the way INDIAN RIVERREAL ,
.. from New York, to survey and plat their ,, Attorney-at-Law. Attorne -at-LII
'-Rev. Jas. Button will conduct
public new town. Business
on their property,
service In the Baptist church on Sunday will soon be lively. COCOA, FLORIDA, Robbins & Graham

next Nov. 10th at 11. a.m., and 7. p. m. ESTATE

A cordial Invitation Is extended to all, Melbourne. CAPITAL:

as Mr. Button expects to leave the Indian Paid
Up, $2 ;,OOO.
River Mission at the approaching -
Authorized EXCHANGE Real Estate Dealers.
Conference, having served his full term The LadleR'Guild hold their meeting $1OO,000. ,

of four years, this may: be the last opportunity last week, at Mrs. Ely's. The next meet -
ing will be held Is ,Now OPEN and Fully Equipped for
at the Riverside.
he may have to visit Eau Gallic. COCOA Indian River FLA. ALL KINDS OF PROPERTY BOUGHT, SOLD, AND EXCHANGED.

-fluid back your lemons. Advises On All Hallows' E'en the young ladies Banking in all its Branches ,
assembled for a surprise to Miss Members
Elsie of Brevard Abstract of Title
from Italy cabled from Messina, November Xesbltt, and passed a very pleasant eve- BUSINESS Compaq
8th report serious damage by insects ning. SOLICITED.

to the lemon crop of that country. The Democrats are jubilant over the Money to Loan on Approved Security. Property of All Kinds Bought, Sold and Titusvillc, Brevard Co., Florida.

Growers of Florida lemons can safely election returns. Let the Rood work DIRECTORS: Exchanged. P. O. Box, 250.
count on an advance in continue until the next election
seen
prices and a
we Democratic president In the White ALBERT A. TAYLOR, President. We Buy and Sell AH Kinds of heal Estate<< and are Sole AgenUt
suggest that they hold back their crops House JAMES HOLMES, Vice-President. largo list of carefully-selected Properties in all parts of Brevard county.

for the advance. the price of lemons, R. B. HOLMES U- All Inquiries will bo promptlyand HEI.IAllU Information furnished as to character, location and value of any ]
Cashier
Mr. and ,
which fs Inevitable.-Jacksonville Mrs. E. C. Thomas have vacated perty f\r\ Indian mver.
Metrmtvlit. their cottage, and are boarding at the 11 J. M. SANDEHS, J. F. WOOTEJT. I reliably answered. 11 Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are uneqiu

I Goode Riverside.I ,. Their cottage was en- and every effort will be made to give perfect satisfaction to intending Punlu
-Mr. and Mrs. Nesbltt came up from gageu (lurnisnea; several months ago, who may favor us with their patronage.No .
erly before the Court. The
for the winter. Swecney'H Engine Broke
listed
Melbourne Wednesday evening. Mr Nes- Properties unless the Title Is Perfect.
State of Florida versus J. D. Crabb:: Down. Special attention given to Colonies and
,bitt came up to escort his wife part of The Alpha, Capt. Fozzard'n fast boat, Syndicates desiring large bodies of L
Selling liquor without license. Priced Lands.
Continued
a
was here last Sunday. We did not learn
the way to Indianapolis, ml., whore she whether she Is to be entered for the 22nd by consent. A telegram dated New Write for Descriptive Catalogue.
Smyrna Nov.
will enter the National ,
Surgical Institute of February regatta or not. The ---
Kalado, State of Florida versus Fred. A. Lo!- 12th received Robbins -
to undergo medical treatment for we believe, is ready to meet her at that by & Graham, at
ley: Selling liquor without license.
time. a five p. m. Wednesday evening reads, as
complaint from which she has been
State of Florida Lillie
Ellen-
Buffering for time Last Wednesday versus follows: "Engine broken; may not be EDWARD STILING
some past. It Is probable evening Miss Jessie woon: Assault and Battery. Continued down
till I
Goode was by Monday. Notify shippers and
she may not return to Indian River surprised a party of young ,
on motion of defendant.
for twelve people, who, knowing it was her birthday prevent dissapointment" Is not
month Mr. Ncsbitt wont as came to bring, each, some remem State of Florida versus Charles Smith: known what,distance the Sweeney had Cocoa Indian River Florida
far as Jacksonville.wW brance of the ,
anniversary, and participate Petit larceny. Defendant pleads guilty; proceeded from Smyrna when the break ,

A. Baugh, the banana king of in a little recreation. defendant liberated, having been in jail. occurred, or its cause; but it is possibleshe Dealer in
Brevard county, has been spending a few Mrs W. J. Nesbitt has been again at- several weeks. '

,days at the county scat, and has been tacked on Wednesday by her old trouble for treatment, and is to at leaveus the State versus Thomas Reed: Selling done was in trying aground to get, and afloat.the injury Once was the Paints,, Hardware, Stoves Tinware & Agatei

urging a proposition to Invite the liquor to minors. Verdict not
members great surgical institute, at Indianapolis, guilty. officers become familar with the rather PLUMBERS
of the National Alliance Convention Ind. Mr. Xenbitt will accompany her an State versus Milton Smith: Assault hazardous route from the Haulover to & MILL SUPPLIES, OILS, GLASS &: PUTTY, TABLE

to visit our river during their stay in the far as Jacksonville.Mrs. and battery. Pleads guilty; fine, 5.00 Smyrna, they will be able to make It with- &: POCKET CUTLERY, BARBED WIRE, WIRE NETTING,

.State. They will convene in Ooala'in Janis Lyman and her daughter and costs. out mishap. The interruption is &: WIRE CLOTH.

December. We hope our citizens will Miss Rose, of Springfield, Mas .; and State versus J. A. Waggoner: Selling for while the tribulations very unfortunate -
Miss Eliza Lyman, Huntington, Mass., liquor to minors. Pleads of
favor the proposition, and to guilty; fine %
arrange the
arrived on Monday, and ,are occupying people's line may draw from its solid
10.00 and costs. ;
treat the
party royally if the Invitation the Thomas cottage, on Melbourne avenue and secure supporters more encouragement {J '
IB extended and The minors to whom the liquor was Illegally r.'IC
accepted. which have ,
they rented for the sea than ever, there is no doubt the w.
sold in tills case, were Frank Louisiana I! M ih ,.
-Now that elections are over, let all son.A general Dublic will not inconvenience
and C. Levi Young, boys respect
men of all parties join hands mono com party of Pennsylvania railroad officials themselves to patronize a line whose ser I
passed down the river last week. ively and 14 years of age, who, after vice is not o
mon cause-the advancement of the as regular as the rival
every They would not say anything for publication imbibing the fiery fluid, used the bay con ,;
intents of the East Coast. Trains are but were evidently looking cern.
up window of L. C. Oliver's residence as a
coming into the State every day, loaded the prospects of the country. Perhaps LATER. flt =-
to demonstrate
target their dexterity in
with the J., T. .t K. W. may change hands I Iv
prospective settlers. Let
us unite hurling palmetto roots, during the peace- The break In the machinery of the
in every feasible plan that is presentedby Mr. Branch received on Tuesday, aloof ful hours of midnight. Sweeney occurred at the Oak Hill cut of W7 M1q
household
which we can get these homeseekersto shipped from goods Ohio to.which Oregon he packed seven years and State versus A. A. Fuller; Petit lar the canal; and was caused by a rope DOORS. SASEr, BLINDS aE1.JO

come down and take a look at ourcounta.y ago, where they had been stored, awaitIng ceny. Plead guilty; fined $10.00 and that was attached to the dredge, becom- I Lime & Cement,. Shingles & Latin
before they settle permanently Mr. Branch s settlement here. Notwithstanding '
costs. ing entangled in the wheel of the Swee- Guns, Ammunition and
isewheie. To ls to believe the long journey, they Fishing Tackle of all kinds. Ship Chandlery Goods,Ci
see
-that we The sudden Doors, took
strain
arrived in good order. The only civil case on the docket was ney. caused the Stoves and Ranges, Gasoline Stoves, Coffins and Caskets
have ;
the most promising section of the that of II. A. Carlile versus the J., T. &: guide, in which the eccentric rod of the ARTESIAN WELL PIPE a Specialty. Lawn Mowers, Ice
State for the investment of capital or for Mr. Hector on Tuesday, presented the to Cream Freezers; Brick, Lime,
council with K. W. Ity. Co.; a suit for damages, it engine runs, break. The steamer re- Cement and
home settlement of common about 3,000 feet of Chimney Pipe; Flaps &
people of moderate plank, to be used in constructing a walkon being alleged that the defendant set fire turned to New Smyrna running one en- Table and Pocket Cutlery Bunting;
; Mouldings Scroll
means.-Melbourne AVw Front street. A vote of thanks was to hi* place and destroyed a portion of gine; and the engineer proceeded to Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free, Work, etc., etc.

-The Palatka Herald, under the beading extended to Mr. Hector for his liberal. his grove. A demurer was filed by defendant Jacksonville to get a new casting. They solicited and estimates furnished promptly. on application. Correspond I
offer, and the street committee were directed
"Scapegoat Quay," says: "They to attend to such Improvementsat which was over-ruled"anll the hope to start to Rockledge to-morrow, :=

BOOk to make Quay a scapegoat for all once. case continued. or Monday.

their Kin. In demolishing him they By invitation of Mr. Hector, a numberof I Connty Comm "IOnE'r8' Meeting1. J. S.

now take pleasure, and they bring to residents assembled, on Tuesday eve- The Election. Watson Co
tnelr huurts the sweet delusion that he ning, In the parlors of the Melbourne, i
alone where, for more than an hour, Professor The Board of County Commissioners
anllIot they, wrought the havoc G rosin an enteitainod them with delightful I The official vote of the county, as furnished convened last Monday at 10 a. m. The

on Tuesday. Unhappy Quay. lie la inuslo on the sweetest of all instrument us by Mr. S. F. Gray, supervisorof full board were in attendance. Their

drinking to the dregs the cup of defeat *-the cither. The Prof is an accomplished registration, is as follows: session lasted until Wednesday at noon; Commission
and humiliation. There are none so player, and the delicious the greater portion of their time was
melodies were very much enjoyed by alt consumed in auditing the numerous bills AND
poor as to du hint honor now. Even CONORESS.Bullock.
300 contracted in
payment,of election
chose who have !been the must obsequi- Capt. Shaw returned from his usual Stripling .. .. .. .. .. .. .... 197 ses. A great number of county warrants expen
tour of of the Life
our oWnt'n., like theViM, who have tion, having inspection had a delightful Savinghta-trip.; He COMPTROLLER. were Issued, aggregating: the sum of *; FORWARDING MERCHANTS

willingly bowed to his bos -shlp. and brought back in tow two more of the Bloxham, .. .. .. .. . .... 370 $2,425. $800 of this amount was ap- )
who would have followed him had he Bossy BrotheiV fast boats for the use of Stripling ., .. .. .... 108 propriated and to defray the cost of the elec
tion fcWO to for the
been successful, lUll the tlrst to desert the keeper The one for Mosquito Lagoon SUPREME: JVUGK. grantee Index of pay Deeds just grantor completed and Dealers in

him In the hour of his fallen fortunes. was a beauty, and fast. Capt. Mabry., .. ... ... . 370 for the county by Robbins it: Graham. Fertilizers
thaw believes in having the best of everything . ... .
But these Challen., ..., 112 The assessment of the property of B. ,
ingrates will be taught theirlesson for the service under his charge. P.
J, Mims Wall reduced 25 cent. IXomlei-ttou
in time, if they are too close to read REPRESENTATIVE. per t &: Co's Garden Seed:
it Atkinson, .. .. .. .. .. .. a.. 347 The petition for a road on Merritt's
now. Quaism was condemned; but The Court. Branch. '.. .. ... .. ISOCLEBK Island north of the Episcopal church at
with that verdict went also the condemnation County Merrltt, was referred to A. F. Lapham. Orange Boxes (Crates &
for the Of'COCRT. F. S. Higgins and P. J. Nevins paper.
people know that the were
Stewart .. .. . ,. .. 3H.IBralnerd pointed a committee to ap
verdict went Republican. Quay himself The County Court convened hut Monday .. .. .. .. .. .. . 14!) and report to the Board.lay out said road CEMENT, PLASTER & HAIR.

acknowledged the condemnation of Republicanism at 11 a. m., with, the usual officers BHEIUFF. The sum of $400 was AGENTS FOR OCALA W

for they know that the present. The mill of justice, after two Bowman,... .. .,,. .... .. 400 assist the Farmers* Alliance appropriated Exposition to Agents for the C. F. T. REFRIGERATOR

two are one and the same Quay himself day grinding, presented the following SimuionH ... .. ... ... 141 to k held at Ocala next month. This, Win Faruleh Cara whet Desired CARS.

acknowledges that. He cannot see, or results: COLLECTOR. grant was made In response to petitions ADoleee that they are properly LOADED.ICEDBfLI
at least Hall,. ... .... .:. .. .. .... 4ttl; presented by the several branches of the ED. ADd TR.\CED to Det.t1aatioa.
he will nut confess that his perrsonal State of Florida versus George Den- Wilbur .. .... ... .... 141 Alliance In this county. We will Buy all kinds of Fruits
and business character WM weighed ham: Selling liquor without license. ASStiUtOK. It was ordered that In future all inspectors we will Buy and Sell anything offered, Vegetables, Furs and Skin8i in f

in the balance and found wanting. He "Nol pros" entered. Sanders, .. .. ... .. .. .... 381 delivering ballot boxes to the- Correspondence to us.

says that the farmers and the laboring State versa W. U. Maxwell Assault Jerome ... .. .. .. .... 130 'supervisor be paid ten cents per mile solicited on any wants you may have.

men did It. They helped In the great and battery. "Xol prosed." TREASl'RER each way for the distance traveled. _- Respectfully J. S. WATSON *

work, and they helped all over the State of Florida versus David William: 391 It was agreed that the amount: of the _-
Bowers, .... ... ........,. 1COtJJTV Clerk's and Sheriff's bonds for the coming -
country We hope often'ln the futureto Aggravated aw>ault. "Xol proased.' term be for the same amount as

remind Mr. Quay that the farmer and State of Florida versus William JarvU: Sander, ..... .SOLICITOR.... ........ 373 that given during the term about to ex Advocate Job Printing om

workingmen are not for Quay, nor for Selling liquor without license. No order Braloard, ,....... .... .... 150 pire.The Board then adjourned

BubUea&bun. made, the defendant no\ being prop- For article, IWj. against 147. first Xonday December next until the HAS A COMPLETE OUTFIT OF ZW TYPE OF TIlE LATEST

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