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East Coast advocate
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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: November 21, 1890
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Indian River advocate

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1 A Rothschild Dead. Merry Wedding Bells. canvas, plentifully bedecked with beautiful reach*all their personal friend They -Mrs. Carl Curtis Is now residing at What has become of our Palm Bonck

taixnr, November.l9-Specla1.-La- roses, looked quite charming; and extremely regretted this oversight her place near Enos, by way of a change.A correspondent +

1 oseberry died this, daughter of Baron Roth- her father looked so upright and gentle- nice lino of dress goods expected -Only a few more watch ticket left ,I' '

morning. that mistook him for the THANKS TO THE LADIK8.: *
manly
The Ironmonger-Lorlnier Nup- someone daily\ at tIle "DlZMr"enll for sumpics. at the "Bazaar. 13

groom. To the ladles of Titusville who so 15 e t tI '
York Fruit and Vegetable tials at the Episcopal Church, Money Moneyl II i Aoneyr1 -
Market. AFTER THE CEREMONY kindly assisted In the beautiful decorations Readers who are interested; in bees, loan on real estate Apply to Robbins& ,

aj, w YORK, November 2O.-oranges, Tltusvlllc, Tuesday Evening. i The happy couple returned to the residence of the Episcopal church on the would do well to peruse:Mr. John Anpln- Graham,.Tltllllvllle, Fla. v ik

i $4, with good fruit in demand; of the bride's parents, where a occasion of my marriage, I wish to ex- wall's article In this week's issue.Don't -For sale cheap a lighter.33 foot

nR, $3 to $'ij; egg-plant, $2 to $4 per supper of a rrcherche kind was partakenof press my heartiest thanks, and hope '
be disappointed by planting long and 12 feet wide. Apply to 1l. A.
el; cucumbers, f 2 to $3; beans, $1,50 Jacfctonrllle and Tltnuvllle Join Hand atHymeu' }
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If the future should offer
who that
by the following Invited guests any op- *
Altar. old seeds, but buy Peter Henderson ACo.'s lardoo,,Hardcovllle. 15-31 1 '
OUVIT BKOS. gathered around the festive board: Mr. Portunltlln which I can be of service to .
fresh need from J. S. Watson" Co.
-Mr. J., II. Carlln, of Jupiter, camo
This is the time of song and Mrs. B. B. Pope, Mrs. J. Conover, them; or theirs, it will afford me a great ,
-Mra. It. C. Cassldey wife of tile to town Friday and after calling on.
,
From joyous throat up
many ,
Fort Pierce. Colonel Wagstaff, Mr. Perry Holland, deal of gratification.F. '
all the dull arrived at bin friends In loft lor -
Mute yeaf long, captain of steamer Sweeney, a few of town,
all M. IRONMONGER Ja.
Soars Love's clear note. Captain F. Jolly, and Major Cowin, New on Saturday. i homo Monday morning. 1
Smyrna
of Titusville Nov. 19 1800..
of Jacksonville; Dr. Erastus Hopkins, ,
''I [Special to the Advocate.] Fair Life's day of larger light,hour New York; and Mr. Chas. II.Walton, of -Best, best, best. Fertilizers, fertilizers 100.00 Reward given to parsons spot- a

FRIDAY, Nov. 21st. Young soul's own appointed bud forth in white-; Titusville. fertilisers-always on hand at J. ling the most words, using tho letters J In
FRANK'S
i 'rmers complaining of too much dry The world's a flower. In addition to tho above, the bride and AIIOUT ROMP S. Watson Co.' ,Tltusvlllo. our name. Write for particular.-'
The 7Vmar.fofonaysi "A J''llorterln- '
Tier.re. Bridegroom, Miss Laura Lorlmier, and -Mr. W. F. Dalcney, of Baltimore, Dimbnr's System Tonic Co.,. Cleveland, ;
elected the rooms engaged by Mr. Iron :
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and Mrs. S. M. Lorimksr lid. arrived In town Saturday night Ohio.
Mr. ,
were
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Dora Tubbs has gone to Jupiter TUB EPISCOPAL CHURCH present monger at the Everett hotel. The suites

sit' her brother, Mr. Harry llarvey.be Some months have elapsed since the each vioiiig with the other in their on tho second floor, situated at the. and started down the river Monday -The Jacksonville Standard Is In error "'

entertainment given at the new pretty little Episcopal church of St. endeavors to make it pleasant for their south-west corner of the hotel, overlookIng morning.I when It says: "Capt. and Mrs. :M.tfoiibctt .

building by a number of younge guests. will with forty dollar of Melbourne, wore In tho oily
jabricl's, Titnsville, presented such a ,- Bay street and presenting a beautiful give every ;
at Fort Pierce, for the benefit of route homo from their anmmel'ou&-
and animated that which OUn BEST WISHES. purchase of dry goods, boots, shoes, en
bew church, was a grand success. gay scene as view of tho river. stepping Into the ,

|A: house was crowded, everybody greeted the eyes of the general public on The newly-wedded pair have the best room one Is struck by the neatness In hats, clothing and millinery, one largo Ing.

V ad being present. Indian River Tuesday evening last, when wishes of the ADVOCATE. May their which every-thing la arranged. The fur oil\ painting,.worth five dollars.-Goo. II.Rumpl -On Account of tho Baptist Assocla-.

__ fb'understand that Senator Quay at the wedding of the popular and highly- pathway in life-like that which they niture in the parlor is of antique oak, ,. 14* tlon being In session Saturday evening

ncie la having groat success catch- respected general passenger agent of the trod at the church last Tuesday eveningbe while that In the bedroom Is of walnut. Episcopal church. Services on Sun. next, the regular meeting of tho Far.

I"., 'on. ', Clyde Line-Mr.\ Frank M. Ironmonger, spread with the flowers of prosperity Heavy portieres divide tho two rooms, day next at 11 o'clock a. m., and 7 p. m. mers' Alliance will bo postponed until

i unusually large school of mullet of Jacksonville.and; the charming and and budding, with hope and promise; and elegant Madras curtains overhangeach Rev. B. F..Brown will officiate. AU denominations Monday evening.

' i noticed in the river opposite Fort much-respected Miss Susie Lorlmier, of and in the years to come may they never window. The rooms are beautifully are cordially Invited to be -Mrs. Jas. Jones arrived In town Saturday ,

;:yesterday long. morning. It was j overe Titusville, was consummated. be without a circle of friends as loving -papered- In gold mixed with rink and -present. night from Jacksonville, on A :Tt.>

NELLIE BLV. TilE FIRST AURlV ALS. and true as that which witnessed their blue. Costly and elegant pictures hang -Mr., and bare J. P. Miller, who have It to her husband, who Is auditor for the

o'clock the hour appointed happy union. Indian River Steamboat Co., at thus
Eight was the walls
on been on,a trip to Jupiter, returned Sun
for the but long before that place. She returned to Jacksonville
Jupiter. nuptials; day, and left for Georgia Tuesday mornIng ,
time the crowd to wend their Tuesday morning.J. .
began way
[ to Advocate.] TIIE PRESENTS. LOCAL NEWS. after bidding their many friends
t Special
to the beautifully-decorated church, P. Turner Co., tell us that }

where every seat began rapidly to fill Among the wedding presents "receivedIn adieu.A their special sale of 10 per cent oft on
Titusville were- I landing for tho steamer St.Augustine -
,
FRIDAY HORSING, Nov. 21st. with an eager throng, all of whom were I A beautiful solid silver combination' Society and General OoMlp In connection Is to bo built In connection with tho clothing Is moving their stock out lively y

oct rains are badly needed by all on the tip-toe of expectation for the arrival with Indian Hirer and Lake Worth 1 ecUoni Remember it only continues until Dee.
rest of the handsome bridal pair. carriage, consisting of a salt cellar, pep- during pant week. Brief mention of bridge half way between tho draw and 10th. 13.' t .'

per box, butter dish and knapkln ring, i Interacting Event*| About People Yon tho east shore. Elihu Smith will do the

lie St. Lucie is bringing a good many At 7:50 the following entered the the gift of Supt. W. B. Watson. Know, and People You Don't Know- work.-E. C. Gazette. =Brush or clean up, get up a tree,

ngers, bound south of this place. church: Mrs. S. !1. Lorlmier (mother of licked up br Our Society Editor. and watch the tourists and settlers that

jjlne fishing is good, and all are trying the bride) escorted by Mr. Perry Holland The groom's father and mother pre -Rev. J. N. Jones, who has boon are crossing the,boundry line Into Flori ;

iir luck. ; Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Pope; Mrs. J. sented them with a solid silver tea set Advertisements under this beadIng away for the past two weeks, returned da. They are surely coming and'w-.,,
J3T -
to his labors at
of hero Saturday resume
erjeantson Bros will soon have a Conover, escorted by Dr. Erastus Hopkins seven pieces. should got ready for them, say tho MoJp j
ten cents line week.
their Sound residence. A handsome cross of garnets, of the are per per the Methodist church. Ho has been to FI
i dock at ;; Colonel W. Wagstaff, Joe Lori- bourne AVu> .
and finest English workmanship, was the -Get the ADVOCATE: at Dr. Screven's. Sanford, Lakeland, New Smyrna and
' Notwithstanding the dry weather 'a mler, Lorimler Hopkins Major Altreo has tbe cutest cooking utensils '
f beans and tomatoes .were seen in Cowln. They took their seats In the gift of the bride's parents. Five Cents per copy. other places.

ket this week, from the gardens near which separated from Miss McConnell, WUUamstown, Mass., gasoline stoves you. ever thought ;
Iter. front pews', were solid silver after-dinner set of' $y By subscribing $1.50 per annum of, and stoves from $4.. Large shipmentof :
the body of the church by a broad, gave a for the ADVOCATE, It will only cost you q wlro bed springs and chain. All a
sloop from Bernini Islands passed seven pieces.A .
cream-colored satin ribbon.
inlet yesterday. There were about silver cake basket was a present Three Cents Per Week, Postage Included, Wedding w. Cards Cheap. Furniture bought, .oldand, ro

ozen British niggers aboard, bound ARRIVAL Or BRIDE AND BRIDEGROOM. to any part of the United States. This We shall be pleased to paired. *13 t=
from Mrs. II. Granger of Jacksonville.Mrs. 1
r this town, but they were not perItted Precisely at eight o'clock there was a 'I. small sum will not ruin you. :a receive a share of your
B. B. Pope, of Jacksonville, gave Job Work-enveiopeA Bids wanted Immediately, for carry'Ing
to come in, owing to some Irreg- sudden hush the sweet warm wind from 10 ,} -
|an tie. In their papers.. ; the a handsome cut-glass toilet set, and pin- "How warm It is" exclaimed many {lotter-heads,note-heads. a dally mall between Tltusvfllo and
the South whispered
bunny among cushion to match.A arrivals from the north this week. a bill-heads. statements, the new Club House, on the ocean beach
1184rs. Church & Carney are busy tropical-looking palmettoos and the ever- p or anything else
filing, a wharf for Captain Armour fragrant pines the beautiful bright moon large, ornamental vase, of beautiful -Mr. S. Fisk Worthington and wife, near pepper haulover; commencing Dec

|his Sound plantation. The Captainhis threw a light; of radiancy ,around the design, was a present from Major and of Long Island, N. J., arrived in town ILImeIlmoUm 10th and ending April let Bid must

son-in-law, David Johnson, Mrs. Spiking, of Jacksonville. Monday.J. be In writing, and sent to George'IX* .
church If' to kiss and bless the fair
planting extensively in truck this as fa
Mamie of Brooklyn N. t.f.
Ironmonger, Hoed Tltusvlllo.
The Armour farm is one of thet couple that night; and an eager whisper S. Watson & Co. have just received x

In Dade county, and with any kind circulated that thetride and bridegroomhad Y., sent a solid silver jewel case. a carload of orange wraps, and Cement, cement, -Many of our readers will no doubt,

{,season a large yield is realized. just arrived at the church. A handsome ornamental pitcher came win sell them away down. Try us. cement. Plaster and hair. We are head regret to learn that Baring Bros.' bank

ihe wreck off Barnegat, last week, The hint was given to the organist- from the groom's brother and sister, Mr. -Will not one of our readers rent a quarters for the above and would like of London, England has suspended,

f a steamer and schooner, by collision, and Mrs. Cornelius Ironmonger, of estimated at .
liabilities
then the strains and to write us for prices before placing with 73,000OQOlIt 9
of the Ceballos line that Mr. Wager-and grand house to Lieut. Swift family, so that you
one point to be reported. If these passes mis- of Mendelsohn's Wedding March pealed Brookly, N. Y. they may remain In town your orders elsewhere. J. S. Watson I Is one of tho largest banking home
Rhoads of
and Mrs. J. T.
tunes must occur, why don't they Forth as if in glorious triumph, and rose Captain -Go around to the Bazaar and get a & Co., Tltusvlllo. 'U In the world-doing business In every, is
Jacksonville sent a solid silver bon-bon
,
n up In the neighborhood of longing and fell in floods of tone while Chatfield daughter civilized corner of the globe.
thrilling watch ticket. The watch not only don't' -Ir. and Mrs. A.E.
{ends? A good, fat wreck would be a"bilng holder.
all turned towards arrived In town Satur -Wo were glad to give our popular ,
anxiously and servant
were
of beauty, and a joy forever, eyes Two handsome silk handkerchiefs,were cost you a penny, but you save money ,
calicoes the main entrance of the church, where Ansonla Conn. their friend-Mr. Frank Ironmonger, Of. Jacksonville .
out now. The Panama's the gift of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Watson. by placing yourself in a position to accept day from on way
ave about played out now, and beach entered Miss Laura Lorimier, leaning on free. to their winter residence at Rocklodge, a hearty shake of the hand, when rj
Mr. Richard E. Wiseman, of New one
tubing is at a low ebb. the arm of her father; followed by the for which place they started on Mondaymorning' he called In to see u* Tuesday afternoon..
t York, sent a lovely ostrich feather fan, -MUs Julia Roberts, of Cocoa, passedhere
bride and bridegroom, who slowly, and steamer. Frank don't visit Titusville very oftoaj
crease of Freight Rates on Or with tortoise-shell sticks.A Tuesday, on the steamer Sweeney,
with martial tread, marched over the but we aro always glad to see hU genial,
i -For sale cheap the cat yacht !toss
,
anges. large mantel, gilt clock, of ebony on her way to New Smyrna.J. .
be doc arrive In town This
rail- when ,
flower-strewn to the altar face
carpet
sailer and
llnd. This boat Is a fast one
and Egyptian marble, was sent by Mr.
well the arch S. Watson &; Co. are agents for visit of bill to Tltusvllla was a specialone
which was, as as organ, of the best all-round boats on the river.
/lie tout Advocate: II. Maynard Jacksonville. the Moyer patent orange box head, and of which will be found i
in festive attire particulars
trimmed by
etc. ,
,- gay Size 20 feet long and 0 feet 8 Inches
made of lx
Hale
Ills Sipa a present a i
MB EDITOR:-At a recent meeting In loving and willing hands; and where handkerchief filled with silk would like to give you prices before you beam. In excellent condition and well' on this page.

tew York of the Presidents of Transpor- those two youthful and loving hearts pretty handkerchiefs.The case buy other kinds. i. fitted for cruising either on the river or -- Fleming baa appointed Dr. '. : 1Guy.

atlon Lines leading into Florida, it was would meet to plight their troth before groom's presents to the bride -Mr. J. A. Johnson, general agent ol. outside. Finished In hard wood, with B. Screven, of Titosvlfle, to be:a mem

ecided to increase the freight rates on heaven and earth. Life Insurance Co. of New. ber of the Board of Health*ofBretard .
were a gold watch and chain of elegant the Mutual cork mattresses and cushions for neat county {
cent. tot
ranges and vegetables 33} per THE CEBEMOXY. design and workmanship, and a very fine York, who has been on a trip down the Apply to B. W. Jerome, Brantley, or county. We are now aqxjonsly tt

This decision taxes the growers over Encircled by their friends, the Lake Worth returned for the Doctor to use his influence
many horse and phaeton, which cost $3,000. river as far as Robblns &; Graham, Tltusvlllo. tf'The looking
1100,000 at least, for no additional ben who were that evening to and left for of the yard at
happy pair- There were other present., but we here on Sunday's steamer, Orange County Reporter of last! In the cleaning up'
made In
fit. This change In rates is enter the holy state of matrimony, stood his head-quarters-Jacksonville-lion- "The the back of his store, next to the ADVOCATE ; ,
to mention department
have not time nor space week, says: accounting
[the shipping season, when thousandsof the arch from which was suspended -
beneath them. day morning.Rev. of the Indian River Steamboat office. It U always a good plan to
[ boxes of fruit are already sold for failure beautiful floral belL while the doors Fret Jli
a Jack- commence right at our own _
Jas. Bolton preached at Eau Company !las been changed from .
having A SPECIAL CAB. -
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of rates
increase .
delivery, no the solemn
Rev. B. F. Brown performed without going farther from home. ,
the of the J. T. & Gallle Sunday to large congregation. sonvllle to Titusville and will be in
,
f been anticipated.The and service of the Episcopal Through courtesy :
impressive
friends and patrons of the Clyde K. W. Railway Co., the use of a special He was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. charge of Mr. J. E. Starke." Bro. Gore, -Five dollar reward. A punt broke .
most
in felicitous
church a manner
I Line are badly sold. This Line should them his blessing. car was granted Mr.and Mrs. Ironmongerand Walton while at the above place. We you are wrong, wherever you got the Information loose from the Eau Gabble dry dock recently (t.":

giving Gleason offered from. Mr. Starke Is general and any one returning It to Capt.
that Gov.
informed
I party, who left for Sanford Wednes- are
have refused to enter this grab game, When the rev. gentleman asked the i
auditor of the J. T. & K. W. By. Mercler or Mr. J. J, Daly, Eau Gallle,
[ in consideration of the liberal support bride if she would "love, honor and day morning. From there the bride and him a beautiful site for a church at Eau system reward.. I!
the above
will receive Any
and Mr. Jas. Jones lately from pervson
[extended to It, a support which has en- she put greater stress bridegroom took a trip on the St. Johns Callie. ,
we fancy
obey, It in their
Jacksonville, 1 Is In charge at this place. or person having poe
the to take dead. Died In this
business river returning same evening Woods
| abled it to do a splendid the word obey, which was a tokenof -Captain and
upon will return
same save
Ion please ,
There is no remedy at hand, as the peace, tranquility and happiness in the train for a wedding tour through city on Monday last, November 10th, .-.Mr. J. G. Martin, of Indlanola, ar- trouble and of'
themselves the ( a
[ Transportation Companies are well the family. Georgia, Alabama and Mississppi. Theyare Herbert J. Woods, of London, England, rived hero Saturday evening from his expense
boat t 10 feet
[aware. t expected In Jacksonville on the 28th a distinguished retired officer of the summer visit to New Jersey. He should prosecution. The long
the indignant, and BOW WCBJE TIIEY DRESSED wide and planked over the end; V .
4 feet
Bat people are ,
month and if don' have been here Friday evening but the
of this I Deceased
they Staff was
: these same gentlemen who are taking Fair and sweet looked the bride, who day ; Madras (India) corps. :
have "grand old time" that then of the last ofwhich Clyde steamship Seminole was detained -Tbe Indian River Baptist Association
this advantage today, may within twelve was dressed in an exquisite combinationsuit a .day, about 51 years age, seven
; months, rue their unwise action. Our of Henrietta cloth and velvet, the ADVOCATE is mistaken. were spent In Florida and in Jacksonville sixteen hours owing to fog. ills Allle will convene In this place on Friday
; have and resources, and: grey her but 12th feet The session will b* held la
people spin and to match with a Tag EVENT in particular. Rev. B. G.White, came up to meet father Friday, .
and hat gloves ;
"they will prove that they can take care disappointed ( tbe Presbyterian house of wonhlp which .
church went home Saturday morning sadly
,, of their interests. beautiful bouquet of flowers, sent from Was to have been kept as private as rector of St. Stephen's Episcopal ,

Respectfully, A. Jacksonville. The bridegroom who. looked possible, the bride and bridegroom not La Villa, officiated at the funeral. The at his non-arrival. When In ha been kindly tendered fOIl this purpoe. ,

interred at the Evergreen our office Friday afternoon she appeared Quito a number of delegate and ;
smart as ever, was dressed In the wishing to make any ostentation dis remains were
The Sweeney Delayed. as R. Deceased anxious to meet him, a* the naturally visitor will be here. The meeting of
Undertaker J. Dey. very
conventional black, and appeared to be play. A few cards were sent out, which cemetery by '
.' The steamer Sweeney will be compelled their leaves a wife and one child to should. Ho stayed In town Sun the body will be open to the public All
flushed with victory, as "Jn the days of were not half enough for many;
to remain over beyond her schedule Invited to be Sendee win
left for Indlanola Monday pretest.
fond and are
time at New Smyrna today, to make old, when knights were bold, and barons friends, some of whom quite naturally mourn his loss. So passe away a day,
about at U o'clock 04 Friday AD-, Co.
husband true friend a morning,weighing fourteen pound begin
and a
some alight, but imperative repairs. She held their felt alighted; although both Mr. aDd father ,

will probably come down tomorrow, returning MUs Laura sway.who was dressed In a combination Mrs. Ironmonger were under the Impression brave soldier and a Christian gentleman.Ja.cbonvl1le heavier. than when he< .

regular schedule Sunday, in Monday.order to resume"" her suit,of white Sarah and whiter that they had ordered ample to Metropolii. Three hunting dog accompanied tinu Locals CooiW.1Wl eN I ag. 8. 1' t ta ti



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= : -- The and thllt nothing but 1J0uud r.cODtln't'prlDI'lplei WHAT 18 GOING ON IN THE
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BRIEF NOTES reports Wednesday to the are pc mtua .
OF AN INTERESTING of government
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2 FLORIDA. Baptist State convention at Shelby show NEWS OF THE ORDER AND *' BUSY WORLD.

NATURE. that there are now in North Carolina MEMBERS. -
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= rrntT Seventeen hundred Baptist Sunday schools, toNORTIIEN INAUGURATED. A ftJMMARY: OF OBT8IOB AP?AIUS COVDES8ED
ITEMS TROM ALL: ronrrs rw THBBOtJTlIEjm with one hundred and! twenty-five .thous wEAr; ts BEIKO DONE IN THE VARIOUS FKOSC XEW8T: D15pA'vflasposC J

FLORIDA STATE NEWS : STATES THAT WILL ENTERTAIN tiadpupils. There arc bow ut the nine MfCTIONS! FOR THK ADV ANCUEl'T OF cscLfc' !HAM'S! tIOM Atw ANDCABtE wasyTfl
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JUtAnEa-ACCIDEK'1'1, HUES, stations OROANIUTtON.-T-CBOUI
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Mexico China GREAT
FLOODS and Africa THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE IS "t BING''".
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twenty-seven miMlftnaries from North TOOK 'THE REFORM)( 1'KEeS.:
XCXED tip HER AND THERE I arolina, and three more will leave INDUCTED INTO OFFICE. -
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,ThROUGHOUT HE STATE. The Memphis Apptal has purchased tho month for China. hero are one hun Na :Mrs. Lncy Parson, tho anarchist, is SB j
Colored :
Atalanche. The pi . p and four mIs ion rlS at work in th IMPOSIXO CKREMOSIES' AT THE jail at :Newark,
the tie ul Farmers Alliance and Co-operative
AppealAtalanctit.The state, they being located JUSTICE BLECKLET An3U1li1s'rICRIT !
thirty-two of that of : A heavy storm prevailed throughout
Ualon is set for the same date as
The Tampa Tribute has been told to eleventh. annual convention of th the tbirtv-nino IIR cl"tio' s. the Supreme Council of the :National &: OATH ASD OCR SEW OOVEBKOR. 13 Great Britain Saturday.

1 ;Judge Hantori, who will at once commence at American Richmond Mechanical Engineers convened Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union, DCLT ISSTAtLED.: Peru hall imposed a tax of 15 cents: a
tie cf' afternoon Va., Tuesday. COTTON MOVEMENT. --
publication an I at Ocala, Florida. pound on imported lard.
Democratic; daily. Tho National Grange began its annual Saturday was great d"ylor Georgia.
/ viaduct session 'in Atlanta, On., Wednesday. STATEMENT OF THE NEW OKLKAKB XX- *% Within the walls of the state capito', the The back of Franco 1m: consented to
Jacksonville'
Work on rapidly. Already the rood-progresses Many prominent members of the order CBANOB FOB THK FAST WEEK. The Houston (Tex.) JSeha says: "The house of justice, a new governor, the supply Madrid with 300,000 pounds
very In farmer will soon begin to legislate for of the of gold.
went attendance.The Hon. W. J. Northcn, county .
has far
been the
planked as
way M freight of the Secretary Hester's weekly New Orleans the lawyers. When they do, what havoc Hancock, was inducted into office. He Six hundred thousand ounces of silver
approach and judging by the tho regular: bi-monthly meeting
way cotton exchange statement issued Saturday there will be with the mountains' of precedent is from the ranks of the people, offered and purchased at the treasury
work II being pushed, traffic will be Georgia rajlroad director was held at ,, a man were -
over.it in a few days. going Augusta, 'fucllda)'. Only routine business shows a falling off in the quantity. piled of up in" every State:! by the and his administration will bo one in the Monday.
masters finesse.
of cotton brought into sight comparedwith I interest of the
people. National
wa transacted.It Tho First Bank, of Buchanan
A communication received
wai recently last week of 48,068 but increase a.. comi"g In soon
an commenced
1> the Jacksonville board of trade from was reported at Raleigh, N. C., Visitors Vn., has been authorized to begin
y over same week of last of g4O. The The Patronf Rapids seaiS! in
Monday that the year Knttrprite (Big after 9 o'clock, and occupying business with a capital of ,$50,000.
Daniel of ,
Cox Duluth. Minn. Pennsylvania railway
suggesting features of the week
leading are the Mich.) says: "The most encouraging the gallery of both houses. At eleven
I a national organization of all tho fruit desire to purchase the Seaboard Air-line, Flouring mills of Portugal ore closing
heavy movement and and laboring with
takings the farmer
export large;: thing regarding o'clock the gallery was filled young
; ,and produce dealers In the United States, and is making proposition looking to in consequence of the decree prohibiting
by American spinners. The former man is that he ia thinking. The majority ladies, boys and girls, young men, old
; that end.
ymmfng Jacksonville as the place to meet, reached 229,114 bales, against 175,000 have In the past let others do it men and old ladies all classes and all the importation of foreign wheat.

.svnd asking eo-oprratiou of the citi- At Dallas, Texai, Wednesday, Solomon I for the corresponding seven days of last for them;.now they are beginning to being represented in the crowd that Messrs. O'Brien and Dillon had i.

.xens of that place. lie suggested that Richardson, a negro, wo arrested for tho season, while the amount taken by north- think for themselves. had ages come to see the governor of the people grand reception at the Metropolitanopera
the time Of meeting be the latter part of theft of U.OOO from the Wells-Fargo house New York '
spinners was 115,722 against 80,970. The % take the oath of office. It wa a Monday night.
January or early in February. express at Dallas last spring. The authorities result of these movements has been that crowd and
The Induttrial Free Preu Winfield large crowd, an intelligent: A heavy shock of earthquake lens felt
... have a clear case. stock have increased but ( ,
p Vllolo.I..1 .n.,. 43,637 bales Kan. "It i said that while the everyone was interested in the impressive Sunday morning .in Guaymas, Mexico
('Prof. Lawrence Johnson of the United Tho Charleston and ':Norfolk within the week while durIng I ) say.: *
they ran
Wilmington up Alliance delegation of old soldiers was i ceremony they looked down upon. causing great fright, but doing little
State geological survey, with bis party, railroad hat been incorporated, with this week last year 120,033. The i damage.A .
Polk and tho rest THE PAOKANT: OP STATe.At
has been making an exploration of tho capital of $:J.OOO 01.0. It 1 is to forma amount of the crop brought into sight receiving Livingston,
cOIUlt-llne of the Southern delegation at Topeka last 12 o'clock the senate was admittedto large tobacco factory in )Ill J rld,
the
Chattahoochee and AraUcblcola rivers.. new.inland route, which will during week ending Friday night
week, there was not a dry eye among tIle halt of tho house of representatives Spain, burned Tuesday; low, 1200,000.
They descended the river in open skiffs shorten the distance to Charleston nearly was 404,272 bales, against 803,882 for
hundred the those old veterans, both North and South. and the Georgia legislature was ready to Ten thousand persons ore idle by theconflagration'
during the day, examining narrowly tho a mllell.Lieutenant corresponding seven days of lost
Tho tears rolled down those furrowed
bank and tho total thus for the honor the new governor. A few minutes
> collecting specimens, by George 5L Turner of tho year, making season -
which to be able to determine the geological Eighteenth infantry was found, guilty to date 2,087,009 against 608,580, an cheeks in streams. It was a meeting: after tbe; pagent of state filed up the The ord mayor of London has called
,
and economic importance I l Increase over lastjrcar of 269,060. never to bo forgotten by eye witnesses or stone steps and entered the ball. In the a meeting for November 24th, at the
age, by a court martial at Fort Clark, Texas, those who took in the "
part grcting. frnnt w/ia the o-nvernor-elect. lion. W. J.
and 'probabilities of tho various mansion house. to discuss tho subject nf
Wednesday, of embezzlement of bank .
.
5 Northcn, with Senator )r lhr: Dehln"dcame of the in Russia.
layers ana formations from Columbus, tuna ana was sentenced to aunonoraoie 'THE COTTON YIELD. persecution_ Jews

,Ga.. to the gulf. To Florida, tho roost dismissal from the army. The Alliance Vindicator (Sulphur Georgia's gallant EdmundMartin !ton Reports of Sunday from Brown county,

Important observations are the possibility Springs, Texas.) : "A great John B. Gordon, with lIon. In Northwest
The National Farmers' Alliance and XOVEMDBR CnOP STATISTICS GIVEN OUT says many Nebraska, says A heavy
,of in all the just at this time denouncing the'sub- chairman of the house committee
finding phosphate region industrial Union will convene at Ocala BT THE: AGRICULTURAL PEl'ARTMKST.; are storm prevails. It Las been snowing
Lwmtty: of FLintS river. They found that Fla., on December 2d. Tho Louisvilleand treasury plan, when in reality, half of on inauguration. Then followed Senator continuous'y' hour, and tho wind n

Report of Appalachicola is worthy of Nashville railroad will\ transport Cotton returns for November to the them don't know what the. plan is, nor Colquitt, ex-Senators Miller, Batrow and all that is Jacking to make a mild form

'more,appreciation than it gets It has delegates free all lines of its department 0f agriculture at Washing why they oppose it. They only know :Norwood. Behind them came tho supreme of blizzard.

[ twenty-four feet of water with a very to lUvcr Junction upon and return. tyatcm. ton are county csiimatci of the yield per that a bill called the tub-treasury bill court justices, and a long train of Seven knocked
desperate
:,narrow bar at the eastern entrance which acre. The consolidation, consideringareas was introduced into congress, and that distinguished Georgians, among them, negroes
',would be cosy to cut and deepen. With It was reported from Natchcr, Miss., with ratio of yield, with tho correction Hills and others said it was "u neon it I Congressmen Livingston, Clements, guard senseless and escaped from the

some improvement and enterprise tho old Wednesday, that a company of Boston of obvious errors, makes the avr tutlonal," and that many other assertions! Watson, Lawson sx-Congressmcn Kansas City jail Sunday. Five were.

city ought to be the outlet for the pro- and New York capitalists have purchased crago yield 187 pounds of lint acre. In regard to it that they cannot sustain Hammond and Reese, state house recaptured. Green Heed murderer, anil
per
ducts of the river instead of Columbu, 14,000 acres of land in Concordm Parish, it is about the same aa ho yicU last year, by, the facts in the case. officials, Messrs. Boynton, Miller, Richard Fend leton, highwayman, are
Inland railroads. &a. They propose to levee and make Itthe Clark, Itoncy Lumpkin. Falligant and still at large.
n city dependent upon and better than tho returns pf yield last *
model cotton plantation of the world.? .5 others, superior court judges and Tho slieriff: of :New York has returned
T_B.naTKllr' Entertained.The November, which were exceeded by the Col. many
The seventh annual session of the results of final Some of Livingston spoke Wednesday at others. After all had entered, the prenf- unsatisfied executions on three judgments
board investigation.
of trade of the city of Jacksonville
to
Montgomery from
Southern Homeopathic Medical Associa- the 20,000 people every dent announced that the chaplain of the aggregating over (00,000, which were
returns killing frosts which
met a few days ago, and on report section of Alabnrra. Ho demonstrated
Lion convened lit Birmingham, Ala., did not extend to senate would open the exercises with obtained against the duchess of Marlborough .
notion the privilege of addressing thei a large area'on the that Alliance measures and Alliance efforts -
Wednesday. The attendance the The assembled law last week. The
board was southern side of the cotton belt. Tho prayer. makers arose duchess bus ai
i wssgrantedex.ScnatorA. B. Mann, in the of tho association were chiefly the cause of tho signal while the Rev. Dr. in
argent tho this
history Jones venerable property country
estimates of yields by states follows
'Who spoke in behalf of tho Farmers'Alii- are all victory to the Democratic party, and ho
and many visitors from northern cities Virginia lag North chaplain, invoked the blessings of Godon A dispatch from St. Paul Minn.
sees, advocating an organization for the pounds; said the Democratic party owed a debt of soys:
purpose of bringing Immigrants to Florida were present. Carolina 18:J; South Carolina 175; II5 gratitude_ to the Alliance move. Ho predicted those present and on the imposing Snow storms Ret in Saturday afternoon in

aDd having the National Farmers' The superintendent of the Silver Valley Georgia 103; Florida, 108; Alabama, a sweeping victory for the cause ceremonies about to be enacted. the south part of this state and has kept
mines,' In Davidson county N. C., 100 200f :.Louisiana I I The prayer was an impressive one, andat since trout three to five inches
Alllanco soon to meet in Ocala make a report ; Miwissippl 238; of the people in 1892.: lie contrasted the conclusion up having
tour of tho state. The chairman of the tho finding of the richest deposit of silver Texl1 uo; Arkansas, 223: Tennessee I Alliance platform with the Democratic its President Mitchell intro fallen in different localities. The now

',board was authorized to appoint a committee ore ever found in the South, n large vein 101. plat'ormnd declared that the success duced the governor elect, W. J. Northcn. extends over into Dakota.A .

to confer with the directors of tho of carbonate of lead carrying TO to 100 I I of the one was tho assurance of the other. With bLot characteristic dignity the hon Brazilian squadron will shortly ar-

Bub-Tropical the county commissionersand ounces of sljver and 30 per cent of lead orable gentleman arose, and for a moment rive at New York
medal and
*
WAR ON SALOONS. bringing a
I the
of faces
to a ton of tho ore. I a contemplated sea before him.
in
other'organizations to i letter of thanks
regard -- to President Harrison
The Ohio A of
raising funds for the entertainment A dispatch of Wednesday from Hunts- County Farmer(Beaver Dam murmur applause deepened into a for his
'TI1F. OOVEB50H8 OK THREE STATES CALLED prompt recognition of tho now
Ky. and at its conclusion
,) says: "At a recent meeting of storm the new
of the National Farn.cn' Alliance during I villa, Ala., says: Madison county ha governor Orders
i UPON TO IMPROVE THE!: SITUATION.A the Alliance of Alabama it his address republic. have been issued to
their visit to the state. There will been nwarcledjtho: first premium of $:)00 on was decided i began which was n give the squadron a reception. '
to hold their brilliant and
of cotton until fair patriotic He is
crop a one. for reform -
probably b# a magnificent banquet' at the agricultural exhibits at the Southern Exposition Nashville dispatch of Tuesday says price could bo had for it. The meeting in the present system of State education The people of Chicago have voted on
at : which entitles
fcub-Tropftal. intro
Ex-Senator Mann
Montgomery, Governor Taylor has received from the
the '
resolved to increase
that where in the intolerable proposition the
members in city's con-
were ; mass and character
duced tier to the honor of the banner in
J. M. Stevens
a northern visitor county of Cumberland Tenn.
Gap. a
people ,
tribution
debt that of in for the World'atair to
tho Southern they store their cotton and legislation; the exercise of State $\0,1100.000. ,-
to the and States.
meeting, that gentleman map, showing the location of sixteen saloons be in by the issue of
money advanced them that they may tbority the partial control of large com- 5,000,000 city bond
pledged a personal subscription of (100 A dispatch of Wednesday, from within about one mile of that and
bold their products against the power of aubinations of capital; in tho demoraliz' $300,000 of South Park bonds. The
toward tho proposed: banquet, $100 to Charleston, says: Tho contracts for the town, two Qf them being in Kentuckyand the oppressor. They are putting into effect log delays of the law and tho most vote in its favor was nearly unanimous.
economical -
the expenses of publishing a souvenir I sale of tho Barnwell and Biackville: and fourteen in Virginia. Also, legating the tub administration
before it has of
guide for tho members of the national tho Alaton and Newberry railroad to tho the spots adjacent thereto where fifteen been treasury plan the government.THE Albert J. Stone, son-in-law of the murdered -
passed the brotherhood
If
alliance who attended the convention at West Shore Terminal, have been signed, men have been shot within the past few in Kentucky by congress.would OATH ADMINISTERED. millionaire, Amos Snell, hat

Ocala, and stated that if necessary ho and Receiver Chambcrllo, of tho South months. None of the saloons are on this their and only profit would by After tho conclusion of the address brought three suits for damages against

Would increase his subscription to 500. Carolina railway, has gone to New Yorkto aide of the line, but five of the murder soon bo example able to dictate experience, we I President Mitchell announced that tho Mr. and Mrs. Albert Snell intimating,
to- in
prices on our interview
close the business. have occurred In Tennessee. The people i oath of office would be administered an that Stone had some
,florid* Procreii.In up bacco, corn, wheat, etc., as they do on Chief by thing to do with the murder of his fath-
the industrial report of tho Janwfocturtrf ,Argument in the Hemingway case be- of that section have decided to present their cotton. More bo-operation is what Justice Logan E. Blecklcy. The er-in-lbw.
the facts to the governors of Kentucky, fOYernnr-elcct. .. itnnrl with.... Ma rinhf. ".nl
Ri orJ, of Baltimore, for tho gait at Jackson Mis*., Monday. Judge we need. ----- -- 'W'4
week ending November 8, the following Calhoun[ opened the argument. Three T..nnenett and- VlriHniii. and ask their ..* resting on a large copy of the Bible.( The A cablegram from Dublin, says: The
co-operation In Improving the situation venerable chief justice arose from his work of evicting tenants was' resumed
| .new enterprises are noted in Florida: hours will be allowed on a side. Judge Tho scat
Apalachicola-Lumber mill-D. M. Calhoun and A. J. McLaurcn will be tho which they attribute to the presence of down in following Hick resolutions were voted and said in a ringing voice: "You do Wednesday on the Olphert estate. The

:JIunroe & Co. have, it ia reported, im. only speakers for the defense and Attorney the Il&loon'-! _ Alliance by only man small(Kentucky')) County Resolved solemnly swear that you will faithfully execute bishop of Uaphoe, noting on behalf of
a majority: the office tho
proved their lumber mill. General Miller and Williamson for of governor of the state of tenant had a haI hour's conference
A POSSIBLE RIOT. That that this County Union appoint Georgia, and, to tho best of agent of estate failed
but
Arcadia-Bottling works-Mr. McJlillcn the State. Tho defendant was in court committee your ability, ,
a to draft a petition to serve, protect and defend the constitution to effect an arrangement.
: has. it is stated and teemed cheerful.
started bottling EVERY PEACE!: OFFICER OF A TEXAS COUNTY the ministers of all denominations
requesting of the United
States
( "
J j A
so London
help God.
work you dispatch of
The stockholder of the Dallas Manufacturing Tuesday iaYM:
IN JAIL OX SKIUOU CUAROES. them to denounce the rich for the recital
Bartow->Eectrlc light plant and waterworks Co. organized at Montgomery I their covetous greed and oppression of other During sound of the oath every PatrickDeLancy, who was implicated in
-J" W., Brady and others will organlze and elected directors. Graham was hushed and at its con the Phoenix parK murders and was serv
Tuesday evening A dispatch ot Tuesday from the poor as laid down in the Divine clusion with
tow ards
a stock company to erect an electric The oflicer\ will be elected at a later I Tex., says that every peace officer In'' law, James v, 1, 2, 3, 4; request Bleckley, the eyes looking Judge log a sentence of life imprisonment for
light plant and construct waterworks This is million dollar indicted governor-elect, in a clear connection with that crime and who
day. Huntsville's Young county is in jail, having been them to preach for the prohibition of voice Mid
as recently stated. They have re- cotton factory. Work begins on erecting by the United States grand jury usury as laid down in Deuteronomy xxm, will ", at the: "Uod time being/ my helper, I l>eared as a witness for The Timei np

,cclved franchise and will be known aa buildings January 1st next. New for participation, either actively or naisively 19; Exodus xxii. 23; Leviticusxxv, 33, his lips same to the bowing sacred down and the Parel commision, h been released

the Burtow; Light and Water company.Bsrtow York and Baltimore capital I La also represented in the famous mob which assaulted 87. Preach against: this sin as Nvhcmiah pressing The benediction volume. .

-Fertilizer factory-The $200- in the factory.At the to three murderers. The did. 10 was pronounced by Dr. Miss Henrietta D. L. Tuft
jail bung v, and ,as Ezekiel did. xxn, 12, Jones, and the new received on Wed nea-
000 stock company lately reported aa or- trial of three members of the mob is 13 governor the day obtained verdict
a meeting Wednesday, of the com goIng 14. Request them to contend for tho hearty congratulation of the a of $3,4S5 against

ranked to erect a fertilizer factory mittee on ceremonies for laying the corner on. Twenty-five special United distribution of nature's resources accordIng gentlemen distinguished Tl, Evening Telegram, of Providence, R

known a*, the Pharr Phosphate company, stone of the Uirl' Industrial school, States deputies guard the jail l. but the to Leviticus rxv, 23; Nehcmiah v, present.GREETINGS I. Miss Tuft was assaulted by a

and has already erected it* factory. which takes place on the 27th at MilIcdgeville town is full ot determined citizens, armed 11, 12. 13. Request them to forcibly EXCHANGED who mistook her for another neg

Chipley-barrel factory-C. I*. Lynch invitation were extended tho with Winchesters, who say the United impress on their congregation the imperative tho paper headed it. account of the

& Bon have started a burrel factory, us Georgia legislature take part in the States court may convict but their ncl h. necessity of tho distr'bution of pro. BETYtEEX' THE EKIGHT8 OP LABOR ANIPATROX8 > affair: "A Colored Woman Assaults Her

lately reporetFevuandiosfib exercises. The citizens are almost wild bon hall not suffer the penalty A riot ceeds of labor according to Isaiah LXV. OF nV6B.4J.DBT White Rival," hence the suit,

re factory-The Loomis In their determination to make the eventa will be pretlnited bv pnnvlction. 21,23. A Chicago dispatch : The Can

Manufacturing company i* reported as memorable one, and the programme is A Denver, Col, dispatch says: On Trust was on Saturday morning says fined $10
putting. new machine in its fiber factory S 'Vedne"lIlY tll. 'n..1.... _
nml.l
TRADE REVIEW. nd and in the ..
very interesting.An rf --- *--" M n .tUUlJ U* CCt suit of the. nonl.. .!nnt
Jackftopville-phosphate mints-1 he vnziat'.or Knights ot Labor I -- ---
in
-- was of and
of The Texas the receipt con Judge
opinion great Importance to analyzes Sub. entered
$800,000 mentioned( |tho has>pliato. been compiny recently the building associations in Tennessee was DCS CO.'* BFORTOP TRADE FOR TUB treobury plan thusly: "The Sub-treasury gratulations the sent in by A. P. Surirent, of 1 sweeping order 11cCooel, ,the

organized II rendered FIST WEEK.R. plan will if carried out lIsa Brotherhood of Locomotive firemen trust from holding !
IklLevicw with by ChlucellorlIIson, of Nauh- give farmersA from the-State any stork, evens
Grconleaf 1'hpsphato company villa on Tuisduy. The county trustees -- chacce to rid themselves of the burden Alliance of Georgia, and! minority, in any other gas or
Damon aa president. C. C. G. Dunn & Co.'* trade review for from the headquarters f the 'company
of Davidson county assessed association they now bear in the shape of speculators.< j> National electric light company.The .
Collins, vice president, antI T. D. Gib- week ended November Alliance at Wu.
Saturday, 8th, hiugton. A
) for taxes on real rotate mortgage held How is this to be accomplished The committee
bens, secretary. l>y them. The association _arried the says: The volume of business, .both domestic way to do this Is simple and easy. The consisting of W. W. GaMnt, of Ta.oma, the general seventy-second mutionarv annual meeting of
Lakeland--laundry-David McMulIcnTJOpose and continue Wash., 8. committee of the
foreign beyond Joseph Ketfer
,
Dirge of
Montreal
case to the chancery court. Tho chancellor Sub-treasury once established, the farmers missionary
to establish the Can. and society of the Methodist Episcopal -
steam and
in character ,
laundrynentlunctL ho4! that such mortgages weie precedent proaiierous. ran store their cotton and through Ralph Baumont of New York church

legally assessed, and are subject to taxa But there is a serious depression appoint their committee organitation to sell was appointed by the general ina ttr Mass. was convene In Boston,
,
Largo-cigar factory. -The Largo Alliance in[ the stock market and the Other workman to feud fraternal Wednesday. II flrst time
spec aid cotton when the market coon-alula-
tion. The will to the suits
cases go supreme this Boston has been
selected
| Cigar ha been incorporated tlO1i1 to the for the meeting.
Manufactory ulative markets are still lower. The committee can with the II Patron of Husbandry in :
court. correspond factories Until
1888 the
with W. Belcher, president Iud elections interrupted business but little, national convention at meetings were held ia
and sell direct at such times Atlaau G i., and
and
in
P. 8. Dam, secretary, to erect the cigar: A dispatch of Monday (rom Galveston, and the result has no perceptible effect inch amount as will suit the reply to tho congratulations received.A New York city.
factory prevlouxly mentioned. Texan, nays: A steamship line to be trade convenience The firm of John
as yet upon though: some fear that of the manufacturer. No middle T. Walker, Son &
... known as Chicago, Galvetton,and! South man SHIP Co.,
FOUNDERS. merchants
canning SilTer
Levsburg: factory.The the extension of manufactures be and New
may will l lie needed in this the At
a* reporte
American line it bo governmentwill -
Spring Manufacturing company i* stcaimhip soon to checked by uncertainty. Tho monetary York, nude.an -
have graded the and LED OP Is
cotton weighed A TOTAL TueRy'ithout
started. A of or 00
reported a to erect syndicate Chicago; andjalveston MCU ox
a canning ractory.Fen&llcollmanufactory.It situation is substantially unchanged. I it and the manufacturer BOAD preference The
will know busine
behind f x* ONLY TUKEK e
( capitalists arc the AKE
SAVED. ",
i I. stated The speculative markets are lower- partnership the
what he i .a of ma-
and
actly know
getting
also
that a c rollAnl1u41 made a proportion scheme.: The object ii to establish a wheat S(, cotton :9 16 coffee 11 and corn that he risk in A terials of silk & Imprtltou firm
run no it. cablegram
buying All ; of
line
to erect a $100,000 weekly of steamer between Galves- and lard a fraction. Silver ha fallen Wednesday from Lon a of from
manufactory, po'vWed to : this hubbub about paying tho don that ha capital $200,000 to 4300,'
and of the speculator report the
ton; Central and North
the city will' donate a $1,000 tite. ports 1.03 per ounce and sugar; U also lower, I and the government too for cruiser, British torpedo 00, and iu credit has ranked
storage under Serpent has
South American ,
at Car- foundered higb
ttatrconnecting
oft
St. Augustine: canal i refined declined the
etc. It stated having |
Alexander
the Sub-treasury plan is more to detract coast of Spain. The Hextcr, of HexBros' -
with the
bageo: railway at that fate of
nyitem her
that the failure of the th J
Jfloiida Ocean and Gulf Canal The w 'ek number 183, ter & o
point, which\ U being constructed! south public attention away from the true principle unknown. Out of /I total of 250 soulTon clothing
maulacu"
will with
company coon corumcuce the construction a* I compared 323: : for the corrcooudinif else." board IhiUdelphia,
involvedthan
of the canal from ward. week last anything only three were wird. '1 he IkV Ctc. WB\_ eclpitate .
proposed M.AuguMlne year Jn t'utr\B. ....* t-. n
to Cedar A special from Charleston, "". YL. .. Btrpent went on the rot. -=l.. .1..tn_ ,,.__ -- .K' u. IPUb4t4IUj. p.
the -
Key. connecting --OO" ia
uu: was the
Atlantic ocean with the Gulf of Mexico. say that Dud McCoy wa wa\laid and The fo'lowlnsr i* from the ,'Wrurl Storm on Monday night A heavy ml.t elrvuturgniugup aud tbought-
killed and William and Pleas ) prevailed at the time. lCly stooped over with his head out of
lc-
Uyro IMPORTED EcoHomut
The route puwsc through Orange lake, MEXICANS. : "The Alliance a* an organ Owing to thu the door
on which h..is contemplated to ahipbuilding Coy, on Pvtei creek, Pike county, Ken. ization must be tusUined in its work of violence of the storm it was Imlouible t speak to an employe, whe

>> plant tucky Wednesday Thc victim spoke 'TEX CONTRACT LABOR LAW BEBEO VIOLATED education! or Its usefulness will be most to send assistance from shore a-n bs he wai caught between the ceiling

'tallahasseeosphate mines, etc.- iteoaantly to the two men and po&sed"ueui IX TEXA certainly destroyed. No other organization ous seas swept the decks of the vessel I, from hallway and! elevator and *evered

U. M. Kuuaona M. N. nu'en, G. A. wu' they turned in their saddle ever poswfeed the opportunities for carrying 11"1 group alter group of the by.

Lamb and cither have incorporated the and .hot him through the back, firing A San Antonio dispatch say: An an effort of this character that the Alii men. New. of the wreck was conveved I'

Florida Phosphate and Fcitilizer! company several that* into hu dead body after be agent of the United State labor contract ance doe at the present tima. To lIellk't't to Corona, a distance of sixty miles, Over A RAILROAD 8COOPED.

with capital stock of 10000. lelilrom his horse. The murder stir- >ureu wa in this city Thursday and it would bo criminal, and should mouatain ruad. The Serpeurl 'Omple TUB CENTRAL -

Tampa elc-Urle light ulant. Tho red up tieiueodou excitement among the stated that the provision of the contract condemn the entire membership. The incas of men wa K0 officer and men. OJ etoacix GOBBLES ouCU4nuOA

Florid,Electric Ught company will it i* McCoy* uu4 Uatficld! I labor law were beta? largely tad boldly I principles set forth in the Alliance declaration lien Other on board were going out to 1'1. R COLfMBCa.Positire .

atatcd nut additional machinery ia ItssIctdclIght The board created by the last congress, i violated along the Ki>> Grande. lie u- \oice the honest sentiments of a the lUeA on the ships. at -\.Irican informatio-

plant to report on a J Jocsitiou for a heavy gun crta that nearly every railroad in outh- vast majority of the people but blind Ration. Chattanooga was received at

factory' to IM established at come point in wert Texas i* guilty of violating this Ignorance or party prejudice railroad of Monday, that the L'nt

the gulf State, arrived in Baa Antonio law. This agent ia BOW engaged ia securing keep a large portion from Zntdaqsno,{ jo anal I4-I1Tia.as1 Chattanooga Georgia hu *

JK TUB KXC1TBXEBT. Texas. Tuesday. They wertrthown over tangible proof against certain realizing the true uluttion. To 2uinp J--aa )0 1 JO.IA. Iina ""v-CuiJ President, Home and Oolumou. and

MU Gotham Why did you reject the city, and were *A favorably impressed coal mining companies of northern Texa* j induce the people to read i* the first 111l paoq ntt .I8JUnJ iioo > y J. D. WlIob. of t*

,UmtMis that they will make a favorable report it "b il i* alleged are engaged ia im.f( step to..rdhia educational develop. Catnoop Kcm Club'Al-

Beacoahlll (of Boston)-U mad I.a understood, to th. vat department potting ll xica* from the other side of meat When poopl will read they vul 1&Ia propoii..J. ..t.bh.t455a esrtpi- general_ D .

a gnua.maLi.c&rror when proposing to that Baa Antonio be selected ma tat sit.th.proj.e9tJorz3 the border ia carload: to work ia th think, and whenever they begin to thUk Iuf'Ib..JtoMe at ... A..pube !\.wid I .4.ad.a .l -g... _- -

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; A BULLFIGHT "And Andnl! Viva et.torol Qua bonftrsBralo THE LIGHT 'BRIGADE' dished at a breakneck aJlHlt c10 *steep THE EOSTAQS._ CUfl2CT. 'had a laughingly nap of the Midi new district"Why,*tab on'd lila ..
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In
.et'trod.
Toro!P' aad exclamations of I which no horse' boot had wall lalamaniler and
........... soldier red hot' look liM a
delightThe ,rty: MM burned the spirit of n How It Cam into XTa During tme3rl7 In claw and
sketched tho
CHUTAL PASTIMK IS 'IDE CITY but condemned the red tapelystt'm roughly e11
for
wounded disemboweled battle
of AT'T.HE
horse disposed of the Ware'
Day "Let me
THEIR FAMOUS CHARGE of the English service to routine The editor replied; lay .
OF MEXICO.How withdraw
: and there Is or dead moment's, they rest are before act PASS OF''' 'BAL KLAVA. '" staff duty. He bore the fourth order Of The suspension of specie payment by Gerrymander;" anae 'name stuck.
a I the day to Lord Luoan and thaoCdcer, time banks in 1801, caused adisappearance aim of Gerrymandering f to
the Contest Conducted I ICembr Te ,
are second opens. This is wholly given up smarting under tho humiliation ot a re and silver on.membered district a to .ecur.

and the ParticipantsTorturing to the placing of banderillos in tho body reonysaii'* Poem and the Deed ** CIe. pented prodding, refused to understand coins from circulation with marvellouscelerity. tle greatest possible number of them .

the Poor Brute of tho mill, and the aetions.ot the cape- Hundred r.odflo the meaning of his chief. The order was They seemed to vanish in A a majority for tIme party which has the'cntrol. .
dores to divert him from taking vengeance brat**-flow tha Six for Lucan'a cavalry to advance and prevent hoards of Sometimes this 1* done, by .
:It was A bright, warm day to tho City on the tormenting banderilleros.\ The C.... .f the UUnder, and theMrst.r3r the enemy from removing the runs clay pnbblnto the private of the banks the largest number possible of; '

of Mexico. The people came to the Lastly just before tho strength of tho Snrroondlnj IU of the captured redonbu on tho heights tho people "Ie-O considerable specie ho throwing into a district which i* al. .
gates of the Plaza del Pasco in crowds, bull is exhausted or his rage::; made impotent I south of the valley. Lord Lucan condemned failed to chow any InrreR\t. toter' where they cart not
lee them at circus foot in Copyright'br American Press AIItOclaLlon.1NQUESTION Nolan to War existed no one could predict ,
as we a -on by fatigue, there is n-nolherflnule. the order and aroused of the affect the mult; and nonictlme
the street cars and id carriage The third stroke by the not to future, the thrl and caution people (seriously "
Act the finishing .- .. somewhat say Indlgn3nt r aside to district parties arc
a
Ilthy. something by adding -hfr
prices of admission were $13 for boxes spada, or matador, who single-handed ABLY the household sponses. finaUIec1 led lay which the'
\a divided
a place
nesting eight; persons; |3 tor'smaller plays with tho bull and at an orportuno S fame of the I Raglan's orders are that the cavalry should which would not lose its purchasingpower. hold of equally of voter i* great ,
hastened to
boxes holding eight persons$ 1.50 for moment, when the animal is in lull carctr ( I chargeOftheLlghtBrigade attack immediately." They lay majority Menll scale.. CourierJournal. *- .
general admission "a sombra," or on the with head lowered and aflame tho 1* due to. "Attack, sir! AtUok wbat What guns, these. coins, and secrete them where they enough to
eyes
..-. Tennyson's ..trltt.Ing demanded the I could be found when other means of subsistence .. 4 '
sir
sbmly side;seventy-five cent for reserved sword is delivered at tho junction Of tho ? _______ -----
and dramatio toward
eats in the barrera, on benches contiguous neck with the spine. If well hit the bull Nolan pointed, e Lucan Insisted, I failed. LARGEST MARKET GARDES'.
poem: left hand corner of tho valley, where Tho scarcity of these coins produced
the the toreadoris '
to ring or "paleo, on shady falls and dies directly and tho th -
S tail the discomfited Russian squadrons in business. It became
(ltd:!-*-*bout the best place except in moments hailed with heaven-rending acclaim. llalf a Jeocu. II of twelve b great Inconv'nlence The Big Crop RaJied by .Rhoda
hind" frowning battery to mako changein
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\coape.
of excitement one may be jostled If not w<>ll hit tho beMgocs staggering & : ,::Haifa leogua on- pounders, and said: "Themy lord, layonr tho almost impossible from dealers Island .Partner.In '

or otherwise Mexican inconvenienced by overwrought about, perhaps bellowing" in agony.', __._,. ward; ,.11",. of enemy; there are your Jnl" and merchants.ordinary purchases Shinplastcra began to Rhode Island there I Is a neighbors-and lastly, and meets death from the ochetero, .All twenty-five cents for general admission a sort of butcher having a lance-headed R.let.b. went to lord Cardigan, who was at the make their appearance to supply these hundred fJ run a* a market gel '
"a sol,'* or in the sun. This portion is dagger; which ho plunges just back of t tv 8U Hundred head of his Light Brigade, facing down In too Southern States individuals by Mr. HudtonJ an 'accunt tl
father more than half tho expanse of the the horns between the first and second the valley toward those menacing twelvepounders. were not only issued by private crops ( may not be nainter :

arena. It has beaches liko the grandstand vertebra. Therewith the bull drops \ It Is true that at Handing to him Lord. Rag and private corporations but by I csting. Mr. Budlong employsxegulsm'i: $ .:

of a race course,.but is unsheltered tho three acts of the drama end with his I. Balaklava,'where the daring deed celebrated lRn'a written order to avanca.and save States, counties, cities, towns and all no men all the time. During( certain .

from tho sun, and the benches are there. death. Let us have it all over again until In the poem took place occurred the the guns in the l'aptur redoubt, he observed other municipal corporations A eolkethin seasons of tho year he lias two htndtd'

fore comparable to tho "bleaching six bulls meet destiny in this wny.and one great cavalry fight of the Crimeanwar. I to the advance b of these Confederate shinphistcn and over extra hand employed .i A'
1"
boards" in a base' ball park. the sun is low, and shadows! and dark lint it is also true that, as resultsare I made steadily with his men "well In upon all kinds of paper| from whiewritiog 'gathering green corn, encumber ,
brilliant CI
Tho attractions of this particular bull ness havo covered the arena.-[Detroit counted in war, the most Cardigan rcmonstrated.saylngt "Certainly, to brown 'wrapping, would pelts*, tomatoes and other product Halias t
said to exceed that of achievement on that field was the charge sir; but allow me to point out to you that ho an interesting memento of the war, seventy-two and six yoke of .
fight were any Free Press. hone
of English
of the Heavy Cavalry Brigade in the valleyIn '
the Russians have a battery but in pecuniary scne absolutely Ho bus owrt Carpenter, carriage
It
previous corrida for a loag'time. was Cavalry Brigade 1 oxen.
before the Light each flank.
horse' front and riflemen on '
to be a "grandiosa corrida," in which sixmagnificent' Same Purs of Great Beauty. went ilL The hoavlcj were 300! strong and Shrugging our his shoulder, I.uc'said that worthless.credit of devising a lawful and : builder, pInter and blacksmith him '
Tho built by on
del ail his w are
bulls of the ganaderia rode full tilt against tea times their Turning and 'a
but toobcy.
Venadero were to be killed. That much A Southern fur of great beauty is the they number, or 3,000 advancing Russian cav quietly there was to"no his choice people the chief of tho Light adequate remedy for this inconvenience tho premise Lost winter he told f 30,' -
Francis K. ,
wa' promised; furthermore, six bulls 1 chinchilla. It is found on a dear little alry and put them to rout. This exploit Jlrlgado said "Tho brigade will mlvanro." belongs to (Jcneral Hplnncr 000 worth of lettuce to one New York ,
bd substituted in I The chinchilla it should, in all sober ; military Treasurer of tho United States. Ho found dealer tn I M his sales to other .
:wero held in reserve, to animal with big blnck eyrs. figures largely, us Taking tho estimate of ho desired todo nldllol nl
rase any of those first entering should is only alibut nine inrhciin: length, histories of the Crimean ar. So also docs character as given by the English historian it impossible to facilitate as New }'orkl" the Boiton ,and .
show poltroonery. It was to Ira with a five-inch tail; its hind legs are the charge of the Light Brigade! but for n KInitlake, whoso narrative Is here tho payment of the soldiers and will- Pros hlencu market He bus,now: 130'<

a genuine fight! with enraged bulls. For longer th.iu: its fore legs, and its cars are wholly different reason. Tho former af followed, the tragedy that befell the Light ors, ana to conduct the business of time acres in ('1\rlel in different lots and ILit

the information of the dilletanti it was as long tu its head. It makes a delightful \ fected-campaign results; tho latter was Brigade was to have bsen expected from Treasury with the ninall coins at his wa a very pletureaquoscene to notice1threu

made known that tho bulls would be uudcr pet. neither biting nor seeking to escape one of those unfortunate affairs that leadto the result of this interview between thedivision command. Ho therefore arranged with gangs of pickers from forty to fifty

inspection the Friday anti Saturamybefore but it is not often seen alive in endless controversies. general and tho brigadier. Says tho Prmt-Ofllco Department to in men, women and children Irt a gang,.
battle and
the fight having been freshly received the North. Tho fur is long, thick, and Tho first turned the tldo honors of of Eng KlngUiko of Cardigan "If ordered to holda unused stamps such postage-stamps / gathering time er6p. ''hible .hr' .
perpetuated the war won ho might think hirasslf planted ho used for In a short of ,
position might overall ,
culncy. blue
Hacienda del ollcdio but it reaches tho and thl
from the entangled us tragedy t.
crisply tho second was A .
land's chivalry; at tho gate of n palace.If manufactured andIntroduced
fast his ;
as as a sentry time department color of tho women' attire
: ,owned by Senor Mora. market is smooth and ns soft .is down. which froze the battle nrdor of au army of ordered to down a valley wlth- All tho denominations gaver dOt' ',.
Tho company of bull lighters were; of The fur is best when she animal i is taken: beholders and melted their gallant heartsto ont being told"lvanl where to halt lie might n new of Isslr.uniform A piece tea among the cucumber vine, presented

exceptional: merit. The espadas, or in the cold heights of the Andes, but it tears. The ono vras an net of war justly proudly abstain from supplying tho omission wrro 11,0. it was n picture rarely witnessed in New Knirland. : '

; swordsmen, the captains-those who is found all over Chili, Peru, and Brazil. awarded historic fame; the other was a and lead his brigade to destruction." of paper with one stamp pl'1tet on ten The picker are paid five and six. ."l.
udroit and black and white, HO \ that challenges attention Ills five cents; one slalJ} cent* A half-biuhol basket, and icmo.
tho bull
;finish by an courage. The colors arc gray, bloody episode And that is precisely what ho did do. and
: out blow of their long, straight sword, richly shaded' as to mako it one of the BUd wins hlstorio notoriety. Nevertheless column consisted of the Thirteenth Light cents; IIv istamps, twenty-five In rent; at pick as many M twenty-eight bet f'n

sheathing tho blade by one sure thrust, most beautiful! of furs. Inferior squir. tho subject of Tennyson's grand poem was Dragoons and the Seventeenth I.netln ten stamps, fifty cents. way Ulorabla, a day. Although Mr. -8. ..
up to tho hilt if possible in tho animal's) ret fckini aro worked over into "chinchil worthy the master hand that treated. tho first the Eleventh Hussars the cost of a little labor, a con> many white spine cucumber for .)
And that -all! n marvelous, nil so lnl anti amount of small change was nmnufrtcturcd. hulk of his business i* in
)body, just at the junction of tho neck la." The best squirrel comes froia Sib noom second Inl Fourth Light Dragoons kot, the .
nd the epine theso cspadw wereGabriel eria. :South Amoiica and Africa each fanciful, all so thrilling-Is only n plain Eighth Hussars in tho thlrll Tho utolld This currency became no popularthat mailer ones for pickling, 'whlcb 1 .
of the truth.! The Six Hundred In instead of using stamps, plates were :
Lopez whoso pet name waa contribute to the recent fail for monkey statement leader rodo about he lengths done on hU own Nem
'-. 'Matcito." Cavetano Leal (Tcne- !skins. did rlJo half a lensuo along a valley of *.vu..*_**, rtf. "'UV ln H nnnfrtl__'.*'. .nnil.__ tho. \holo Jo'cd engraved for each ilcnomiuaMon, In imitation cucumbers' when picked :-nro placed'irt
.1 IJnimundo Ho the .n and recently death. There had been a blunder and j oTatatrot. of the manufactured notes, tha largo tanks, 1,000 bushels.l < In,
B.i1lo"nd rig cz, Fitch long
I, ago
popular holdlol'
every man knew it, yet roda boldly on. Cupt. Nolan, who was near from -which had tho samo of
aw twenty-two
Utter of Valladolid in Spain lie was revived, is the fur of tho European pole. Prompty hnprcsslons ono room
the left I
There were ('annoto the right, to brigade lot he fur the
I I tho obliqued and in
I wore \lQCl Ho hal other tank other
the representative of tho Spanish school cat. The animal is dark brown above and in front of them and tho'mouth of bCud ( while legal qualities them tanks.
tbo ruin worn
Theso impression
of bull fighting, which diltcrs somewhat' yclbw-brown below, with black: tail and hell did capo before them: still they rodeon. ho right to\url waving c/llurdWlnl I to crumb purposes. They rooms, and I Is trtmiIrIinganewhoucowhicbwilt

from the Mexican, ns tho method of attack lerTho; blal'JlIII\\"e been pushing their They did plunge into tattle moko, have\I tho command follow him his heart railed tho "post.igo authorized currency.by the Act of contain twelve In ore. Tho cucum'
by the bulls .of this country is not WilY through to tho fashionable market break Cossack and I1JI'tlan line while all torn out by a shell. Cardigan Haw hta I were afterward which directed hers aro carried fl'n tho llcld to the factory

tho same as those of Spain. An cspiido I latterly, and lust year became a favorite the world wondered for around that valley \I gestures and heard hi* shouts and hi* dying : July 17, 1802, furnish to tho by largo fourhorl tcauii, a "Ilol.

4 is the.chief personage in the combat, and fur for shoulder capes and for trimming en fivo miles of sloping hillside stood yell, but he only rode silently on, nnd ''tire feretory to "tho [ lend (ldvlng11 every few
is sometimes! called the matador' or the I seal and other furs. The cinnamon bear, tho allied armies and the opposing host, the Six Hundred followed him. Aft noon 'I Alllaut pontngo I addition lo thi crop,.Mr, Budlong lies.,

toreador, though tho latter appellation a pure brown and very long-haired fur, looking down on tho grandest spectaclethat as the Kiibslans saw this persistent advance and other stamps of the Unlrel.ftalM for to thl season forty-five acre in green peal, -
may stand for any one of the principals 1ms been most used in its natural color ever thrilled S3 great an audience on toward their twelve gun battery bo exchanged by them on all of which ha boon gathered and the I
who take part in tho bull fight.: I.I and re-created into varieties of bear or the field of Mars. they opened from the bclght on hot th United States notes." These stamps wcro; laud is now seeded to turnips. Sixteen .

1., There were seven lundcrillcros, or which no hunter ever heard. The dark: ; It is poem of slnjlo truth mounting to i sides of tho valley upon do\'otol column. receivable in payment of al dues to tho acre aro in tomatoo. ,Ho has fifty acrO

lartsmcn, whose place it is to aggravate silvery-gray fur, falling apart in little the sublimcst pathos, and for that reason I S orderly was the ride of the English United States of less five dollars, In green 'ornl; ono day thl season" .:'
and torture the bull by throwing darts bunches und looking suggestively like it wears Its way from one generation to another I howenl thllt when falling IItlIl and could be exchanged for United States hipped to market 300 containing ,.
of tho English speaking race, and the of file Hue the in of not less
jostled their neighbor out notes when presented sums to dozon ear la I ,
said bats
int> his back and fore shoulders. The tho fur of a drowned. is to be of the Six' Hundred find a lodgment eighteen twenty
doings act no ,
darts are about tho size of walking runes, from tho badger. beside our nursery tales, the alehouse ;;-c'm _',- -, than five dolars. issue Tho of tame I shin planter put* by rcl, at twenty-five cent per'coznn r.1
end to the
covered with tissue paper or ribbons Tho raccoon, brownish gray: with stories and camp firo narratives. r was a noticeable COr '
finished in rosettes and armed at ono end black or brown markings, the Perry wolfor And it never grows stale but like "Home, ( ) ( making tho issue circulation by private season 1* about over with him just a
token
with a barbed spear. When it has coyote, the tiger cat from :South: Amer- Sweet Homo" and "Last Hone of Summer'1is j"0 I o : person or corporations of note or average run of farmer are beginning to .

penetrated the hide of the bull the barb ica and Hudson's Bay, the stumpyleggedwolverine always welcome. The shy and nervous z.7.J for less than ono dollar punishable by tret theIrs Into the market. We drve ..

-. keeps it from falling out. It may remain : with the pretty fur, and the school boy may stammer over and mangleit \ 1. / J tine and imprUonracnt. through large field of many Ace 'x-,
upright, though every movement of tho' vicious but handsome Hudson's Bay wolf and win applause while the orator may : j.. 't The convenience of tho postage currency tent of onions, popper and ,crops!

animal will cause the long handle of the are all diligently sought thnt their fur rest his laurel on it to close n peroration. t. was great, and tho amount called to say nothng. of' the,extensive

dart to sway. may bo made up into thu elegant robes Tbo star of trugemlywbo has n on enduring for increased to an extent which became houses *. .On. noticeable '

'Tho banderilleros are bound to throw that make half the delight of glcighing. fame in sounding Shakespeare' noble troublesome to tho Post-otlico Department thing about the place wa stack ofpea

tho darts or bandorilleros when tho bullis I|.For the sleighing: which did not come numbers may score a new triumph and and tho Secretary
charging, for which purpose they must. fast year a lady had] made to order car. conquer obdurate hearts by stooping for to his a it into the Treasury of tho coarae'stuff, about the pl&C'
Hundred
recitation with tho Six act wa paused
face him. No sneaking or hurling I )Huge: muff after the pattern of her grand.mother's soubrette when 4. belonged Accordingly an being laved for feeding. "
the
.
theme, and even pert further issue insubstituted
which suspended it* such i
unawares is allowed. Those bnnderilleroswho a foot in diameter and a foot in and Impelled to '. To raise ImmeDI rop'rqui.
of
caught grave company 1''
have fame exhibit some in of sealskin' price in Its placn currency fabulous 'amount 'of .
acquired or and a half length, do something solemn just for looks may .PAnUrOhl '
peculiarity of action are honored with $00. It looked like a baby seal.-INew render the old old story and win a recep- -. ,,:, another Ccrlptou.-ll1rpcr's[ Magnziue. > 1 brought from Boston rroYdonoe by,
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pet names. The seven engaged for our York Times. I tion which .will.still plt-a-put. .going .. -. '; -'"'.- : ,... _--r__ train, Mr. Du-llong having special ado '
"grandiosa corrida" were Jose Cortes heart ami place her wen at ease xes. ao : .:. track to his ground from the .
Francisco Corvajal "The Chicken,1Fr.rnelaco :Burying Hearts. powerful the charm that should a man .'_..; -.I'. .\11." Religion by Telephone. manure as far .from Boiton,
Pardo, "The Levelcr" Satur- I condemned for crime In any land where .J contracting there* for from ".

nina Sanchez, "Tho Locksmith," Vie October, 13t8, was killed at FagherJreland English is spoken prove that ha rode with DEATH 01 THE
i-ente Ferrer. said to lie the most Edward, brother to K lag Hobert the Six Hundred Tennyson wrote about confusion wu but momentar and thomas edition publishes the following: Going business ha developed from_ /'>
courageous and alert in all Mexico, and Bruce. In 1013 another Lord Edward the fact would: win a speedy pardon. Andon cod up and 'moved on like a river to church by telephone wo tried yesterday Tbl beginning, the a* fait u

Louis Leal.Lastlyor. Bruce was killed in a duel and his body its merits it is a marvelous recital. f his curnt deflection by a sunken rock at Christ church, Birmingham. Acorrespondent made having put prolt business[ .

rather firstly, for it develops buried at Bergen, in Holland, where ho poem. When was ever wed to strong and Cardigan looked neither right nor left, but, in that city describes the instead of iD ben elsewhere' Mr. Bud-.' 4
the combat-we had died. A tradition averred that homely Saxon word subllmor thoughts! selecting a gun near the center of the bat experiment thus: "When tho morning
upon them to begin family I ho long i* buying land the tIme.-Kow.
in his front for a gallopedtoward a
four picadores or horsemen-to be exact his heart had been brought back to Scot than these: tery fdl when ha service begun, there wa what appeared England; Farmer.__ -,
it not u
halting
lancers. They ride upon decrepit horse, land and interred in a certain churchyard 'Theirs not to make reply, to be an unseemly clamor to hour tho.enlet I
trucks search for the relic was under TheirS not to reason why, was within throe ho"'leoah, opened and the was Inierruteth A *"fjil
labors opening
j lades whose upon garbage In 1800 a Theirs but to do and die; fire. Hi* horse shied flame and prayer Cane Dank
; animals purposely intended for taken. Two flat stones curiously fastened Into the valley of death he plunged through the battery into the by cries of "Hello, there 1 Aro tnal 4
destruction by the goritg of the bull. together with iron were disinterred, and Kode the Sit Hundred. I Russian cavalry, and was soon in a hand you there Put mo on to Christ church 1' The ;. dwen, .of

1c Being blindfolded over the left eye they out of couriosity separated. In a cavity What then was the charge which this to band encounter with a body of Cowiacki 'No, I don't want the church,' etc. Hut Chicago bar, in the Old {;

can be made to approach tbeir fate on between them was found a heart shaped b all about In order to make plain the who had been ordered to secure him. presently quiet \&obtained, and by tho Iomlnlon, wa the owner of a dog who.

that side with but little spurring. As silver caso with the engraved arm of situation I adopt a simple diagram from Some of the first line attacked the artillerymen time- tho psalms were reached wo got sagacity seem to entitle, to..
; for the picadores their left legs are protected Lord Edward. Opening thin, a heart was Klnglake's History of the Crimea." The and other rods through at tbaCotuack almost unbroken connection and could puce in canine history. Bruno bad been 4

:T by sheet iron armor, impervious found within. embalmed iu a brownish valley between the forefinger and the.hUll *. The succeeding lines aopW follow tho course .of the service We trained v' .do' the family marketingsKaclt .

t-> the horns of tho bull. Tho lances liquid. finger run nearly east and west. The extended the same tactics,and the w.r could hear very little of the prayers, day h, carried' to the village'
carriad by them are ten feet long with The last ceremonial burial of a heart in fingers represent heights; the northern prevent from removing the guns, while probably from the fault that tho ollkla- buther'l a bosket containing big roister'*

stubbed blades, intended only to wound England wan that of Paul Whitehead in a range of hills occupied by Russian cavalry wo eventually put t ting minister wa not within voicerrachof a peony with which to purchase
and worry the bull not kill him. Our 173. His heart was buried with military troops in heavy force, the southern a succession rout. The brigade lost Its formation the transmitter. The organ had a meat for himself. To chow off

; brave picadores were Francisco I'arente, honors' on Lord De pencer'a place ina of knolls crowned with redoubts fought on In two wlng. the center having faint, far-away lund, but tho singing Bruno'i talent his kind UiltMroftexi g.v_

.the Artilleryman:" Gregorio" Cortes,, mausoleum, built out of fund left for planted by the allies and just wrenched been crushed Russian lanci and sermon were a succem."Different him pennies at other time than the mars
"the Orange-Seller;" Martin l '' and then manned with Russian artillery smoke of battle apraW wings of the I-on- to; deposit the block of
'tbe. Portuguese. and Oervasio Perez, ton. Lord )Malcombe whoe"MenioiN"afford other,and after put through luef'o.Culy to upon hltrOd.
men and supports. Well toward the went brigade from
wonderful Kid tho butcher. Owing to the
of the most pictures don Manchester, ,
Calashes.
"Three one Coventry
end of the valley the Russian horse advancing loving heavily, finding no coming
There was also another official, a pun- of English society..A. book has been from the east had been met by forward, a retreat wa IUppr, partlal1cov dcrtninster and JUnloy. la every place these gift aDe the Ubrtlfill of thknight

tillero, whole duties I could not exactly devoted to the history of heart burial Gen. :$Scarlett' 900( heavies and driven ered by attack by the French EnglLb tho greatest satisfaction wa expressed. of bad .
make out. Thoso who have attained entitled "Enshrined hearts of Warrior back along the valley, where the cavalry upon the Russian north thf "The clectrtcul appliance In the surplus} -provision., 1'hch like all

the decree ot banderilleros act as capealorc and Illustrious People." Formerly the close finger represent them and there valley. The brigade lout 119 killed and 134 church were scarcely visible, nor in anyway provident dogs be the p. 4

< *, that is swing in front of: the bull executioner of a traitor wa* required to rallied to re-form behind a twelve!gun bat- wounded out of <1 effective before the calculated to disturb the worshiper were many curt ia r\-

long capes of red leather to worry him remove the body from the gallows before tery. At the extreme: went end of the valley fight. The proportion of killed to wound Attached to the lectern was on arrange neighborhood which, though 1kLgoU

and distract his attention.A I, life was extinct and pluck out the heart, were the Chersonese mountains where ed bowi the desperation of tbo conflict. taunt Ilk*a small American circular cok hero' sagacity were possessed equally
bull fight ii a tragedy that end in ;I exhibiting it 'to the people with the the allied armies rented so the scene of There were 473 borne killed and U wound. A similar disc wu usjHjndc'd by harp note and good ,tom.ch. 1et

the death of the bull. lIe ii foredoomedto words "Here is the heart of a traitor." combat was looked dowa vpon from threw e On111 unwounded men fell Into the to a gas bracket behind tho communion were not long ta Jrno'* ;

destruction; hut first his adversaries, Anthony A. Wood reports that Sir Ken- elevated position waraaLig With armed Russian and thise because rails, and on.the edge of the pulpit there and appropriating Its coutn. ia conequence -

not less than eight or ten men, properly elm Digby spoke and answered "Thou men among them the cXi.-fs of the opposing their bone bad been dla\le. her In the ".a 1 small brass frame with two woie of which h ofen WO& lapper-. ,
When the remnant came
armed play with him. To that end the Heat!" Lord Bacon reports that two or camps and their colleagues and other dkcv nastobiskennet
combat is arranged in three acts. The three persons were reported to have distinguished spectators. Below tha Cher- I cavalry camp Lord Cardigan who" himself "Iu the choir stalls there were altogether One day the old gentleman bad been
the similar sonese, in the volley and well hidden from Ihowe a bleeding wound, Iid, ea.it alQxeJ I roasting to a friend of rare 'eUU
of under
with the two or three words four transmitters two on th
first act opens appearance spoken view of the plain, was 'A division of English trick, bat it 1* n fault '
the horsemen New York bun. brae much side to tho woodwork. la every by his dog, him
bull in the arena, where circumstances.\ -[ cavalry under Lord Lucan.the Heavy mine." Illelsi gv .
the picadores, encounter him. A bull Brigade of Gen. Scarlett and the Light Some of the men answered: '? sver mind, r ae' the transmitter was of nickel and penny furnish occular of ,
must make three impalements upon the :Novel Usa of the Telephone. Brigade Lord Cardigan. we are ready to go in ebonite,three Inches in diameter. Switch tame. At the door of the meat.market k

horses-other*Iso it is no fight. It bap- The battle opened by a rapid advance at mIlor., men; you have aKD" !! n were prod'le by which the 'choir the animal paused, bent hi*btod .if ,.J
occasionally that a bull perhaps daylight cf Kiwian cavalry along the added'tha leader. leaders turn the choir off engaged in averitable brown ttudy 1" "
from pens association on the farm declines to l One of the most novel uses to which tile valley where the allied redoubts mannedby This wonderful combat from onset to retreat I or on, a* one would do the ga and the then to tbe utter discomfiture of bU .. '

look the horses .as enemies. The :i telephone ha been turned i* reported at Turk invited attack. A eomwpond- lt twenty minute*. Itwatoftbbithat lectern was also controlled front 'ho witching master and the secret dight

: rapeadore upon then try to excite\ him by Woodstock Ontario (Canada duringthe lug movement of all arm on the helght..Jnorth Duet mad the oft repeated choir. A switchboard waS concealed of bl*doubting friend trotted wit

waving their crimson cape in front and progress of the trial of Bin-halt of the valley placed the Russians in remark, but it Is not war." back of tho pulpit, and a handle turned the penny In lt mouth, The two

trot lamely beside the ani for murder. Thu courtroom it very strong force on and around the plains ofa1akIaYa. After having set his cavalry In motion on by the verger when the sermon beGerrymandering. ltene dog tad
the pica'lores him -with their lances.\ email, anti could hardly! accommodatethe : Gen. Scarlett' bold charge toward the twelve gun battery with th gan.f him In
mal'and punish the horse and court attendant, attorneys, rew>rtcr. forced back: the Russian cavalry center Light Brigade at the bead,I/ord Luran h _ _ burying dbovee
If he refuses to charge toward: the door, as and witness, much less the eager crowd and left the troop in the captured redoubiss'Ll..s fur' the Heavy Brigade under OeD I ." that afternoon time th .CltrOli
moves off, perhaps to follow lint Cardi-
how he is con which wnutional character of thu 1 auppr his friend watched with Joe
fight,
inclined to
i' not with trial drew to the town. A smart public.houao.k..e gau'* rapid p between children the canine bank of .
r demned lor cowardice, upbraided chance the two the Russian cross known a* 'gerrymander- Tq
and in r, however, saw the cmm Te prPo ward evening their Wed ""
t. wild shouts from the spectators ofdoiug agood stroke of bujiiocw and ,.. c: irs on played such havoo In called from a schema contrived tbe ptene ,
1 by
wb/
.c. later death at !; commanderzehilmed ap
tho end removed to suffer 1'DLLGa.ug with its ranks,that the cavalry an
carried his ideas. a leading
KIbridge ,
he very effectively out by' Gerry lt.dan dug up the penny and exchange .
have
the hands of the butchers.These he wofl11 "They a in MassachuMtt and member of
Un the wall over the judge' head, for meat whereon took
N attacks upon the horses, with fixed t he Light ; theyah Do tb IIVI Constitutional convention of 1787. The i h' -
have telephone t
managed to a large .
t. the resulting impalement b the least display OF TOE ATTACK.tuunpported. U I cal help it, put rtrt members of upper.
toli.f receiver, which connected with twenty So ended that Immortal charge; movosent Constitution allot 1 many Mind bad triumphed, and
him
II of courage that wilt render hi of Lord Raglan, the English the house to State in tJ a.
instruments at place bu.ioess. without reason or excuse, and leaving eah proportion t ward Bruno hi* lurpla
f". irible for a glorious death in the areu.f Here the tubes were rented for a certain commander standing on the Cbenonefca no compensation except It* population at the but tkt, appetite* dotnanded.it&Llce4fG
f The more frequently and the more furiously height,overlooking the field,very promptly tb.I1p\ the State determine the
head and
cent sus
time at twenty-five a the world df the mighty power a leaving t -- Herald.
/
i he advance* upon the horses the sent order,on beholding the defeat of for and ,
four of the tubes were placed in a private Cardigan, Impetuous, mis district* within iL owa area by _
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better b his with the audience. the Russian hone and of the line dpll '. y
il repute for ladies. It is needle to expucare i rode on and the which the member .hal be choeen.
f admiration room say of redoubts to move the Light Brigade atubbrn Cpo. ,BOHOMjiajl 1AT.
There i* the lame murmur of each of the trW faithful after tin When Maisachusett being .
all long, day b 1'
that day ri
f' that we hear when a clone race; is in progress la forward and retake tba captured gatu eause U l contrived a M-heine "Your habit*will touo death of mo,,
exrit- the hotel telephone va requisition which the enemy were removing. The .t or tmtl lorry aid IIirat.ley7 I IprnimaQLalDzE1
between horses the
! two some word that wa said in the Tbdn *reply.rb4lrsw4LSrseeo.wby, of the districts a shape likethat lir T
and every order wa conveyed to Lord Cardigan by ae
cries that mark .
.ing an exceptional struggle well-known 4.
carried the of the of a A Wall
to 'I
I takes court wa thus ears Capt. Nolan who stands a*the hero aad the Ttt*r but sad Ild. aht .
, on the ball field. A delirium .c d
t txftsession of tho spectator Thc shout: distant lteoen. tuarty r of.the_ tragedy of Bal .1nL Nolan- a.. ._. l going to t of a e wh }.: : ,.
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cat at time hotel .lAiAC Range of Temperature
THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE. +- especially when it fs understoodthat was seven days reaching the Savannah emanated from some of *., own good Worth The large 1* getting tiger no tamer very fast -

it is given spontaneously and steamer, going all by rail citizens, we cannot believe. that a resident to hold a grudge against the For the week ending last night
seems li5
without subsidy. The opinion of from Titusville making the timeto among ns would be guilty of decep It fancied 20 1800. recorded at
A VSCKtr JOURNAL DBVOTKD TO inn nEyE4 whole human family for some as the tJ. 8. 8'
OrHKST Of Ills IXDIAK BITEB ADLiKZ Brother Andrews is not a boughtone New York in nine day. tion, or show such wanton Ignorance of office, Titusville, Florida: o

WOrtTH SECTION ; the new line is not yet sufficiently We cannot understand why so the subject a* the writers referred to wrong. and wife are NOVEMBER.

monopolistic in its tenden much time ,could have been con- make apparent in their letter By ref Capt. U. D. Hendrickson
dies to .. to section 19 chapter 37 of Mc- getting over their frisky way", and are 1889. Max.: Mln. 1800. :Ma t.
Office Washington Avenue, Tltuavillc, attempt to buy public bpln sumed between here and Savannah, erence she to her 15 70 63
Indian River, Florida. ion, and we trust its future evolu. unless the J.,'T. A K. W. By. Co.. Clellan's Digest of the Laws of the Stateof settling down to business; the 10 73 61 S 'to

tion may never transform it into a played with them for several days, Florida, It will be neon that the cost housekeeping, and he to getting 17 & M 81 ''Ii
win- '
the
corporation of that character. Jacksonville.. One of our mer-' of keeping sidewalk in repair devolves steamer Lake Worth ready for 13 65 60 M ;!

PUBLISHED: EVERY FRIDAY. The only reward that the editorof chants received,one night last week,:. upon the owner of the lot, and I Is not a ter's work. 65 42 ;8&t19

the Public Spirit can hope to via the J., T. .Sc K. W. Ry. Co., two legitimate expense to be paid for by appropriation The proprietor of Hotel Lake Worth 21 20 82 68 00.43 74 1\

receive for, intimating to the public consignments of goods ; one left from the town treasury. Instead is busy with his men fixing up the hotel 73 3PAXTOHMATTOXjCLINCH I

Jlatered: at.due MaulMansttolce. M oond-. that the new line is possessed of New York on the Qlyde steamer of of reflecting upon the Council, and and grounds.! lie says the prospects for

merit will be the satisfaction of the 22nd, and -the other on the Intimating that they are negligent In not I a big season are flattering, and from the

knowing that his remarks are merited same line, on the 29th ; and yet appropriating money to make the repair, i, letters he is getting, the season will open

TEBTIS, Invariably Advance, ; and if we are not mistaken they came rolling into Titusvilleon would It not be well for "sojourner" and earlier than last year.Unfortunate HAVEN GA

Uj Clock: roe jet dcra or One and Two Cent as to the owners of the Sweeney, the same train. The transfer "a northern visitor" to rather reflect up- ,
*. ; they will not forget the kind words facilities of the J., T. k K. W. Ry. on the property owners who fall to per -

One Tear....................................|1.M! I, uttered in behalf of their first boat, Co. were evidently not in working form their legal duty?' Marriages. We have arranged with the DDI.n
aft Month,..................................UM during the infancy their order for about a week after the We believe, and every good citizen RIVER LUMBER CO., of Titus
Three Month................. .............. M! corporation the Two LadI811 Who Married-One Murderer, Fla., to handle our Lumber..
tangle Copy,....................;............... Be ,first consignment arrived. who is thoroughly conversant with the Other a Thief, We have Two Million Feet of Seas ,,,
In 0 8. Canada, Goods shipped via Clyde Line, matter know, that the Town Council
Bent to any Address or Prepaid Nov. 15.: -II looks as If the Lumber in stock, and cut Half a
TORONTO Mild
Another Railroad' Wanted care of the E. C. T.,Co., are transferred have had much to contend with, and the a month.
of Mr. Stephenson,
Editor,...........?....... WALTER QBAIU.M.. direct from 'the New York have been the subject in the past of two daughters of the London A Northwestern We can supply any size or qualitu
steamer of the Clyde line to their much unjust criticism. That the 'sidewalk traffic manager Our Famous Yellow Pine Lumber
,knlJ1r
....
JtooclaW-EditorA Manager. C. It.WALTON. had both
railroad England
upriver boat the some day the are a disgrace, or that the artesian to the trade, in any quantity, at sitar
steamer arrives in Jacksonville, well wo a failure, or that the sanitary married unfortunately, says the.Jacksonville notice. ]j I
During the past few months '
We do not hold onnelves renponnlble tor the are at Blue Springs 'landing on the system is far from perfect we will ,not Standard.
of our,Morreepondents but we claim Brovard county has witnessed the I' A cablegram to the Globe to-day an-
iplnloni
St. Johns River the' but the well J. E. ENDER
the right to reject any communication. beginning of competition in various next morning, deny; was an experiment In London of the hus- & CO
at New Smyrna the same day, and approved by the people, and the sanitary nounces the arrest ,
,Commnnlcatlons for publication must be writ- lines of business, but until a sister of Mrs. "-
band of Mrs. West Jones, 'V".n. to
ten plainly on one Mile of tbe paper only and line of railroad to points on Indian River, as far work new departure, mode compulsory akers

honld.wrl !r'lI. In name ner.cue and ddren, be accompanied, not neoeanarlly by the for this competing territory our merchants taps be south as Rockledge, the next day. by the State Board of Health] which Birchell, on a charge of embezzling the ANDIiAAXl1FACTORIRG

publication,but..a guarantee of good faith. Freight via the new route to New will gradually be reduced to a more satisfactory funds of the Ilatfiold building associa I JEWELERS
they ever so energetic and ,
progres
York will reach that point on an system, and is at this time, tion.The TitUB-ville.
sive, must, to a certain extent, remain charge has been hanging over his Fla|
of six
average days after leavingthe receiving the very careful considerationof '-'
in
handicapped
ADVERTISING RATES developingthe shippers dock. See letter the Council.As head for some years, but the warrants
several enterprises in which ( Repairing of Fine and Complicate!
ran YlAB. they from "A Shipper.') to the matter of sidewalks, our could not be executed until now. Watches; setting of Diamonds andothj

One Inch.......................110.00 are engaged.To Aldermen to a certain extent have had Mrs. Birchell's husband was hangedlast Prpclons StonpH.-
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Two Inch,.......................1500 sit down and talk about the their hands tied the opposition l of week for murdering another englishman -; Alligator nd"og Tusks Carved ug|
Three Inch...................... 20.00 advantages that would accrue from Promising Prospects. by in Canada.Information. Mounted for cane-heads, brooches, etc
Four Inch,....................... 25.00 the construction of another rail- some of our most prominent men. One Shell Jewelry made.In .
Fire Inch,or Quarter Col.,...... 8000 road to Indian River will not build of the heaviest property owners In town S. II. Ray s new building, opponti
Half Column...............\...,.. 5500 It is the unanimous opinion of has informed the Marshal, in plain lan- Column. corner from Posto/Kce.
Whole Column,.................100.00 I its it, but necessity the constant may attract agitation the at-of strangers who visit Titusville, that guage, that he will stand a lawsuit be- or Prompt otherwise.attention to all orders by mi I

For Bit Months,divide the yearly rate by two tention of there is more building going on fore he will repair his sidewalk as longas 21nov
capitalists who will un-
add 10 cent. -
and per at this little point and that thereis stock allowed to at and Under thl head we will endeavor to answer
are run large
dertake the task. It was just such ; any qnentlnnn. of a general: character that may
For Three Month, divide the yearly rate by that led more business being done here yet our good people have said,- at the he submitted by our,IWCRIIIFH We hare no Eau Gallic Meat Mark(t.
four,and add 20 per cent., agitation to a competing desire to wear ourselves out In the service of
steamboat ''and now that than at any other town in the polls, that stock shall ron at large. Our men or women who BOIIROW tbe ADVOCATE from
Ten Cent Per Line ,
Adverdiementi company
Local ,
Xach Insertion. have line State of its size. With competition Council must accept one horn of the di their neighbors; anti make it a condition that -
we a of steamers not wed- the author of tile question most be one whose

raid Iteading Matter, not In "Local Newl"COlumlll ded to the present railroad system, in the matter of transportation lemma. The sidewalks are a nuisanceand name We mare on attempt our subscription to answer questions t. In. All kinds of fresh Meat I
) ,Five Cent I'er Line Each Insertion. which would be glad, after the un- and the extensive develop a source of danger, but the City volvlng special| knowledge of a purely scientific
ments of the rich hammock and Fathers hesitated before character,but shall confine our answer to Inquiries
compelling
Legal Advertisement at Legal Rate just treatment they have receivedat tn the line of nCrallnu.re.t. and Vegetables
its hands muck lands in the vicinity of their repair, In view of the prospect of Many new settlers,and not a few of our old ,
All the above rates are for one edition per to give every, poundof citizens,are entirely"at sea"as to our tax and
Mims Station
week. their freight to any competing and to the north expensive, tedlqus and perhaps unsuccessful road systems and other laws which affect the Ice, etc., for Sale.
and west of Titusville, and the litigation; and even if they had law-aMdlng. public In general: : such as the recording
IT" HIlli collected monthly. : railway, there.is more chance of a of deeds legal fences and ditches,qualification FAMILY
road business strong tendency of immigration to felt secure in their position, It was not of voters, homestead exemptions, right ORDERS SOLICITED ASj|
new doing a paying
Check etc., be made payable to "Graham
may to enter government land etc.
the famous Indian River matter to take the PROMPTLY ATTENDED
& Walton. than ever. country, an easy proper legal We also believe we will be able to give: to recent .
our town is likely to double in population uavl'U ItfinB tn av enforce the _nnf.....*. f\9 VA D"at.1..Au.nllra'........" arrivals advice of more or less. value as to I
rr Merchant and all other to whom we are dress diet and hygiene in their new home; and O. YOTXNrG-: -
,
within two All The Star has seen fit editorially to them bints... how health
Koch's years. refer give to may be pre.served. *
indebted will oblige us by presenting their bluethe Consumption Cure. 9
our merchants are doing a satis- to the sidewalk on Washington ave- Manager.; |
let of every month for prompt settlement. We shall not.presume to act as legal or medical
factory business, and carpentersand nue, between the Warren building and advlimrs for the county,or point out any peculiar

The discovery of a positive cure laborers find ready employment the property of Mr. Wager. Let us take Insured method; but during by :which a resilience good: crops of Are may year be* EAST COAST TRANSPORT* I
Address all communications to in fact at this we have absorbed considerable information that I
are a premium. extremely dilapidated and wretched
for consumption by Prof. Koch, of i may be of value to our subscrlliers, and can be I
EAST COAST ADVOCATE, Berlin, will bring hope and health I This entire section never had a walk as an Instance. We tread its dan- dlnpensed off hand with very little labor. This I TION COMPANY
Is the class of knowledge we expect to place at
TITUS vi LLB:, FLORIDA. to thousands of homes throughoutthe more prosperous outlook than at gerous and uneven surface several times their disposal.
r.O.net 222. and dark Complicated questions of a legal, medical or
civilized world, and his name present. daily, on nights abandon its scientific nature are declined. -

will go down to posterity as the dangers for the more secure wagon road} a*1'1 we_shall make publish the quemiims both the as question brief as possible and the, The following schedule will go in effect

p A. M.Indian greatest benefactor humanity has A Rule or Ruin Folic.The and yet a remedy has not presented itself answer. Nov. 3rd.

ever known. or at least had not until a few days '
ARRIVAL AND
DEPART VBE.:
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River Lodge No. 00, Free and Not to the great German pathol- ago. Last August the necessity for repairs -
Question-How can I destroy Going South-The leaves B-1
stumps Sweeney
Accepted Masons, hold their meetingson J. T; & K. W. Co. to this walk became
By. by and
tha FRIDAY on or before Full Moon, ogist alone, however, should creditbe apparent, of trees? I have wasted many weary tusville about 1 SO p. m.
at 730p. m., In Masonic Hall, in the In- given, but many a laborer in the reason of their extreme discrimination Street Committee decided to serve notice hours over thorn. II. A,
dian River'State Bank building, Titus field of science whose name was in favor of their pet steam- upon Mr. Booker, the owner. At this Answer-The following is from c the Going North-Leaves Titusville about |
boat line have succeeded in driv- Scientific American: 1. Bore a hole 1 11 a. m.The .
.ville.Visiting never heard outside his native city, juncture intelligence of his death came Inch in diameter 18 inches
attend. brethren_ are cordially Invitedto has helped to tear 'away the veil ing freight that should come over to hand: and It was then decided to let the center of the,stump, and deep put, in into 1 steamer J W. Sweeney will lean

S. n. RAT, Secretary. that has hitherto concealed an almost their road to another route. It the matter rest and not to force a business ounce of saltpetre, filling up with water New Smyrna every Monday, Wednesday
unknown world. seems that the interests of Mason matter upon the widow, but allow and plugging/ up the hole. This should and Friday at t a. m., stop at all intermediate
JOSEPH MENDELL W. M.
:
_.... The_.. .Inventor_ p___. of__ the____ microscopy., Young in the I. R. S. B. Co. are of her grief- a short -period without inter be plug done is to in be the taken fall.out.In a the half spring a, rill the of points, and arrive at Rockledgeat

whose name is almost forgotten, more importance to him, and to be ruptlon. Later we had Mr. Gaulden, kerosene poured into the hole and set on B p. m.Returning.

gave to the world an instrument, more jealously guarded than thoseof who bad had some correspondence with fire. It will burn out the stump to the leave Rockledge every Tues

without which Koch's, discovery the railway company, her, to write to her the condition of the hole farthest 1 root. 2. In the fall bore a day, Thursday and Saturday at 7 L m.
inch in diameter
could never have been achieved. The Sweeney, last Saturday, walk, and obtain her authority to make Into the center of the stump, 10 Inches, and put deep In, and arrive at New Smyrna at 6.p. m.,

During the last twenty years many brought four carloads, which came the necessary repairs. So the owner was a half pound of vitrol and plug very CONNECTIONS
by of Now Smyrna. In this' "informed of its condition" tight In the
medical men have made this won- way Mrs. Becker spring the whole stump With A
& W. R. R. at New Smyrna,,
derful invention their constant one instance over $150 in freightwas replied that she would be in Titus and roots through all their ramifications
driven from the J. T. &. K.W. will be so rotted as to be easily removed. I for all points north via Clydes St. Joboi
companion, and the remarkableskill ville about Dec 4th, and would give It River Line
which a few, among them By. Co. in order that the pet steam her attention at that time. We could and Clydes' Steamship LintThe

Koch, of Berlin, and Pasteur, of boat line of Mr. Young might pre then have taken step to have forced her Question-If I buy land or other property -

r Paris, have acquired, has given serve its monopoly. This was on- to make the necessary repairs, but she after the 1st of January, 1801, or River merchants and shippers of Indian
before the who wish to the Anti-
Assessor
them a world-wide reputation in ly a drop in the bucket. As the Is not a resident of Florida, nor even of makes his round, patronize
must such
property be assessed to the monopoly line will advise their
r 4l- the new, and now one of the most 'season advances and the traffic increases the United States, and to have taken person who owned the same on Jan. 1st please
consignors to VIa
mark
important branches of medicine, not less than $1,000 worthof legal steps would have required more or may it be assessed in my name ? their goods
freight week will be lost to Answer-It ought to be Clyde Line care of A. & W. By. and E.C
known as microscopy.The per time than would have Intervened by the assessed in the
the J. & name of party who owned Jan. 1st. T. Co. or Via Clyde Line care of E. C.T.
new cure for consumptionis T. K. W. Ry. Co. if they date fixed for her arrival. We give the

a triumph of the microscope, continue their present policy and fact in this case BO that the publlo may Co., Blue Springs.

and of those who make a specialtyof refuse to receive and deliver the see that the matter has received some can Question the -If stock hiss by a train, R. P. PADDISON,

its manipulation-the micro- freight of the E. C. T. Co., and attention from the Council; and we to the owner nearest make depot claim for damages General Manager.G. .
agent,
For Senator: scopists. A generation ago our force it through other channels. make bold to say that In almost every he apply to a general agent, if there or must be F. PADDISON,

'WILK CALL fathers had never heard of the Whether the railroad can affordto Instance where that body has been censured such in the county ? Alpha. 'GenU Frt. fc Pass. Agt
I 0 THE PEOPLE'S FRIEKD.{ Answer
To the
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throw $1,000 worth of freight nearest depot .
agent
"microbe. but today those minute for neglecting- to remedy. certain he can mast. mnvpntonfi. _. <_;
organisms are spoken of almost as per week over its shoulder or not, evils, its action ha been hampered by the facts,u.and-report-- v to-headquarters.g .

ITseems incredible that the J., glibly as house-flies and mosquitoes. and insure its bankruptcy, is no circumstances of a similar character of Ouijcs

T. & K. W. Ky. Co. can afford to A few years ago when the special concern or business of ours, which the general public know nothing. :::

drive 11,000 worth of freight per great warrior, General Grant was but it looks as if it were about Only those who attend the meetings of ... m

week, or an aggregate of $50,000in lying at the point of death with a time the stockholders of the com- the Council regularly, and follow the HtI-oJ: > .... "-oJ"1Q1 dtilr

hard throat affection that his pany-if they place value work of its committees
any realize
cash, per year, away from malignant can what ::L : -
its system 'in an effort to sustainthe physicians pronounced as cancer, on their.stock-asked for an expla. I careful consideration Is given to every 0 C c:" e ..S' !!. --..... 9 u I(0(

Indian River Steamboat Company many eminent men were in doubt nation from their efficient manager matter brought before It, and what ef hI MILES _
S'p MMES
a concern whose entire earnIngs and questioned the diagnosis, but \ice-prebident.. The sooner fort are put forth by its member to !; S t:"

per year, outside of their mail when a certain microscopist in the J., T. <"k K. W. By. Co. confines serve the public satisfactorily. .. .." <" ".'--'..

contract, will hardly exceed half New York was given a small particle I. itself to its business as a common It has been decided by the Council to iP 50 CD t: CD "_'-' tTa

of \that sum. It looks as if the of the diseased tissue, and after carrier, and lets'the steamboat enforce the repair of every sidewalk in 1 r

owners of the railway were having placing it under his glass, confirm lines on Indian River settle their town. If their efforts meet with opposition I', nor: _

t e;wool pulled over their eyes: by ed the diagnosis, medical men in difficulties among themselves the and the town becomes Involved vs I1j : : ....-- CINCINNATI 3Compartment

somebody who cares more for the all parts of the country who read sooner their pay car is likely to In litigation as a result of their decision, O O : : ... Quick-

welfare of. the steamboat company the report no longer hoped against I resume its regular run, and their it will then be In order for those who i : n'. "'\ ,"" and Pullman Palace 8JeeI'1DC
than the railway, and that the lat- hope; they knew there could be road regain the popularity it held are loudest in their demands for such !; E m r-- connection ear. through without change U1&kinI. *'

ter was being used as a cat'spaw.We no mistake. Opinions may differ under General Bentley'a manage. action, to censure the muchabusedTown _1 H gr:: tt t 1 ta "SSftg"" ST. LOUIS

wonder if Mr. Coleman is con- and prove incorrect, but there is ment. Council for adopting the very 0JD ;- =-i8... and the WEST
versant with the facts ? no guess-work about the micro- course they have urged so stronirlv.There tt 0 C't' :) and with Through car lines for
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scope. Our Sidewalks. are, no doubt, men about town a
It is believed that the cure for who, if they would ftcwpt the office of o -E. cn CD a' ....-- alp with thronrb lines fir cur DETROIT

The "Public Spirit's" Posi- consumption will make it unneces- Aldermen, would give us a perfect government p B .a.. .;. BUFFALO and Paints is CanU

tion. sary for many people to come to The sidewalk question has occupied but they prefer to remain O omKf' Only one change and of can the East.

i1I Florida, who would otherwise be considerable space In the last few Issue' without the charmed circle and tell howIt MerlSun NEW ORLEANS
compelled to take a residencehere. of the should be done.Lake. m o _
up Star. Two anonymous writer, .4 ct ::3f; f aekaon, Vicki Points
The Cocoa "Public Spirit" of This may be true. who allege that they are "female winter TEXAS andtbe

last week Is studded with para. visitors" to our town, have given their Worth. 2j [ = f .). Patseneen vt& thia line are war.ceneat afforded. aa es.

graphs of bright and kindly en. Trio Smyrna Route. view on the subject, and the editor of n 0.i'. ::: lug 1 .storio Yie", of Lookuu&Mouataamadeurrauui-

couragement for the E. C. T. Co., the Journal referred to ha commentedupon i 0 -. ICellerJ.
the people1 line. The good fellow- the matter. Mr. C. L Cxagta 1* about to add several -

hip of the press to.. concern en- A shipment of forty-six boxes of While some of our citizens have expressed fountain to hi* already beautiful o 'g'tf gJI 8-D.C.J.RAT, S. E. Pas. Agt Atlanta G*.

deavoring to win its way Into popular oranges a few weeks ago from a the belief that the letters signed ground. To lee the sprinklers all at .0 tanooga.KtU.A.JtZT, Div ru:. Agt, ChA

favor is extremely valuable, prominent shipper at City Point, ojourner" and a northern visitor" :work In the sunlight Is a beautiful sight \I RIO n_: D. G. EDWARDS, O. P. A T. A.,

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THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE, FRIDAY ttOV, :41, '1890. .' i., r ,



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[ITUSVILLE FLA. F. T. BUDGE, Titusville, Fla.

RAx8ON, Manager j>d declstCorrespondence. -- - ------- .


.. Jaws are aerated, while those of the hon- THE TRAVELERS, INDIAN RIVER STEAMBOAT Professional Cnrdp.T I XTauman's :r

ey bees are smooth. .

Thirdly: Not one fruit-grower knowsa Jacksonville Florida.The COMPANY. \. L. GAULDEN tATTOR.'lEY.ATLAW
honey (hive) bee when he sees It. Plenty Newspaper ,
jr, do not<< hold ouneltet retpontbk for
of psuedo-honey bees to all but an ,
,
j opinitnt of our correpondent apiarian, would pass for the genuine Travelers, corner Bay and Cedar TITt-SnLLR. FI.A. I Subscription Agency. *c ::4;

honey boo Whether these psuedo-honey I treats, Jacksonville,Fla. A new brick DEPARTURK A ARRIVAL OF STEA IIR8.: '.
i T. SANDERS
lotel nearest to all railroad stations and JAS. ,
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bees puncture fruit, I do not know. St\arnersleave Titusville dally, except THE HONKER AGENCY.
lie steamboat adapted
at Says About the Advocate .1 landings. Especially
The suits In California were decided I;o transient business. Elegantly fur Sunday at 5::50: a. m arriving i at Melbourneat A '-TL.W,

in favor of the bee-keepers, and the 1 tlshed rooms, single or rn mite. Tableis 1 p. m. Returning leave Melbourne al Will practice In all the Cinirti of the Seventh For terms and sample' copies address 'r= ,
fruit men now acknowledge their ntlsI I good as the best. This hotel was built, 1 at Tltusvlllo about 8 Judicial (Ircutt of Florida.
p.m., arriving r. 0. Box 235. C1IA8. II. NAUAN TITU P. 0.
:'urnished and operated as a $1.00 a day iTITfSVILLK, FLA. ?VII.t.B r
CITY POINT, take. Let us give the honey bee the : p. m. Money to Ixwn. IOKOHOR
louse; rates are now reduced to $2.00 a Brcvard county, Fla. 1 r'
Nov. 11th.t credit dne it. "Go to the bee, thou ,lay, while the service is better than ever. _
sluggard," would be a better quotationthan 'Breakfast from 0 to 0; lunch from 11:30 I Leave Melbourne Monday" ,Wednesday. I M. ROHIUN WALTER URAHAXJJOBB1NS : J. M. Sanders Co.
Coant Advocates and Fridays: 1 m. arriving at Jupiter &: GRAIIA I it
This p. ,
a reference to the ant. The honeybee I;o 2:30: ; dinner from 5:30: to 7:30.:
: the hotel in Jacksonville' at 8 a. m. next moinlhg. Returning
serving
ENTt.EMEN-'I want to congratulate is indeed faithful unto death :A only / Dealers in
even ;
regular meals at these hours. All others leave Jupiter Tuesdays Thursdays and ATTOIiNEYS-AT-L.VW,
i again. The paper is a "hummer, for does it not crawl oil to die when its ,
at least hour Liter. Use the
are one ; TiTf viLt.K Brevard Co. Florida.P. DRY GOODS
Melbourne : NOTIONS
1 the have managed it andt Saturdays at 12 noon, arriving at .
way you poor little wings are shattered with age, Fravelers omnibus, the tickets save 25 .O. ItrtX,280. ,
every Issue has set you away up;; and it is conscious that it is of no use to 'gents: on each person each way. at 7 a. m. next nioiulng. ,Will ]in Ptl- In all thetvnmttea of the Seventh CROCKERY, ,
1 I hear good words for the ADVOCATE ( Imlll and In the Supreme ('..urt. Bimetal, fa .
its fellows Valiant, truly; for it will Burton K. Barrs The St. Lucto loaves Titimlllo about rllltlei for ):"amllllnlalll Perfecting Um SADDLKUY,
t' all sides. Though it,was complaint 030 at Rock Titles. rnrretiHimlcnre .ollC'lIell from
defend its home against any foe, no mat Monday mornings, calling Claimant STATIONERY, '
*and Heir to SjiantMi (Irani
DO time ago that you lacked back ter how big. Nay, mere-its usefulness 10 Proprietor. lodge and Melbourne on the direct run FAMILY MEDICINES
Money to Loan. ]i ,
no, I told them to wait and see; and does not stop at honey gathering. Doesit V A COrtSCt Idea. to Jupiter;on her return trip, Saturdays, GARDEN'SEEDS.

i have not disappointed us. not carry on its own gaud feather- she comes right through to Titusville, CHOICE OHOCKUIKS .
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fou have noticed very little has been hairs the pollen, from flower to flower,I I General Booth's: idea of improving t arriving here about 7 a. m. Sunday. TQR. M. D. L. DODSON, HAY, CORN, MAPFJS: .FERTILIZERS }

.tten heretofore, from City Point; and and thus complete that cross fel'tillzlf f condition of London's poor by attend! W. B. WATSON, Supt.GEO.ALTREE FINE PATENT FLOUR.

i your paper has but little from here, tion, which Darwin has shown is so ,essential -r first to their bodies is a correct one. Y SPECIALIST IN OPERATIVE, SURGICAL Ooooct '
FJ.or1d.n. +
ugh you have correspondents from to the production of a vigorous cannot expect to find a healthy soul, .
Post-office. Your to say, in a starved, dirty, and brok A: MECHANICAL DENTISTRY,
other
rly every pa- growth in the vegetable kingdom ? down body. There Is ou intcrdcpcnanoc J

.r is, or will be very popular hero. I bhallwe not rather bless the honey of condition between the soul n BROKER AND COMMISSION AGENT T1TU8VIU.E )'U)RJDA. C. J. HECTOR

jre given my recent numbers to r bee for its Industry, and be thankful for body which spirituil: and physical tic ,

,1 *. lie expects to subscribe. the honey it gathers, and "give it credit tors must recognize.-1rltimore.4m.rict, TitiiHvillo, Fin. I LA RUE P ELY, Dealer in ,General

Ishlng you every success, I am for its share in making our seeds produce"an Agent'for Pianos and Organ; Florida 1lorohan.d.I.selUelbournt" :
I' Fours truly, hundred fold?" Another Kind of Ear. Brick and Lime; New Process Gasoline JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 17m DIST '
Stove that cannot explode. N..tar,1'ullIo, for the State at Large. Fla.
JOHN A. A8J'I WALL, Will at all times handle dl crlpt- Contractor and llulliler of over 3A year' a"I>e.
Late editor of the lieu-Keeper's: Magazine.Eau 'Yes, Jimmie must belong to a >ICY Ion of New and Second Hand every Furniture rlonce. Natural Finish a Specialty.MEI.ROUILVR] t

,"tom a Prominent Shipper. Gallic, Fla. nimum, now," remarked old Mrs, Jon t In fact will gut anything to supply the :, FL.V. Hats Shoes Clothing Dry GoodsJust
what
to her husband who inquired
wants of the People.Tradesmen's PLAIN SEWING ,"
.t Nov. 10th, 1800. boy did in tbe evening. "I heard hi Soiled Stocks Disposed of. NEEDLEWORK AND Arrived. Splendid Goods. ,

i| Nov. 18th 1800. tell a friend the other night that he con Will sell on Commission by private treatyor EMBROIDERY. z
I t find him down at the corner hangingto {j Public Auction, anything you wantto OILS, PAINTS, HARDWARE, LEAD,
Coast Adeocate The E. C. T. Co. and Conncc-l ANNIE SIMMONS offers her
it :
a bar most any evening in the ".eck1 turn into money. MRS.' DRUGS, GROCERIES, GRAINOf
Please notice the enclosed card, Tctat S'lftingt.Immrance. I Wish advanced on Goods for absolute In the above lino to the
irns- tious. all kinds and
., I sale.HODGES.' Ladies of Tltusvlllo. Prices moderate ; In fact a full lino of ,
comment on it; or, if you choose, '..III.t IlUca.r. I'rompt attention. everything. Call and examine. 11J'

bush raj let tea'. The 43: boxes of ores 1 In certain InManwa there have been i: Hoiine, Main Street near lee Falltor,.. I

referred to were shipped from here East Coast Adrocate: rangement made between n phjwclan a"I '
the bead of a family that a axed amou & GODFREY William: : : jk7vi.toll.; 'W' R.ogerS
'. 1st, received in Savannah Nov. 4th, Sins-Having had several Inquiries regarding should he paid fnr each day tbe various men Drayman. ,
forwarded by the steamer Nacoochee her of the family continued in good l hnaltButehoul'lelcknus.enter I' Manufacturers of DEALER IN CLOTHING
rates schedules the household tI Hauling! dono'at reasonable rates. Attends
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our connections
iv.\7th: time 43: hours, making ntarly iihyBlilan' usual ttlpcnd was lilacontlmubuuh nil departing, and meets all airiv Gents. Furnishing Goods Shoes Hats; .
te" days in transit.! Our experience in etc., and knowing that many of ranse,an for agreement we don't want I* founded to bo made on well Comm": Yellow Pine Lumber ing traliM.' Umbrellas ,

._ past justifies the belief that I 5 to 0 the merchants and shippers of Indian want to be kept' well. here I I. a gnat dualnnnereesary ,, Orders left with O. B. Humph or at Caps, Trunks, Valises,

lys t is the time required by the, J., T. & River are not fully acquainted ith them, careful attention ulcknem to reuniting bodily from requirement a want I Orange Box ItOCOII Heads A,PRESSED: attention.ADVOCATE office will receive prompt FINE CIGARS, Kc. dw

W.'and S. F. & W. Ry's., to get our Keep the blood pure keep the fUDl'tlon'bablt. fruit Vegetable Cral .. Tho only house In ton making a Ipo-
counteraetthe
*of the body regular, e
I will attempt a short explanation Lumbar delivered of Indian dally of Uonts. Furnishing Goods.
at River
to Savannah. Now, lete fect oftheexpoeure by alway* having n bo any part A. FrOBOhor
through ,
fight Hull's In II m through Mil of lulling. Anyone C'ontemJllath'K | ,
tie of Dr. John Hanaparllla I Drop in and examine took
columns.
route via New Smyrna, Blue Springs, through your household and using In anticipation of i a, building on time Kant Coaxt would do well to TITUSVILLE, FLA., my and ,
write for The Xawmlll U iltiiatml the compnro) prices Cash customer
'id the Clyde line to ;New York show Our schedule! published in the county attack torn are of manlfeflt.Illneuor when Dlaeaw the will not first troul sym] J.,T.&: K.iirlcpn.W.lly.,II miles south of ralatka.r on. Keeps a full supplyof Metallic and every consideration competitors command '

bother they can beat this time or not. papers, and it is not necessary to say yolk If yon will heed thin good advice. It U i Ants; Cucua,E. Stlllng;Eau Onlllo,Eugene Wooden claim to confer.
excellent preventive of disease and decay, I ilino.pd
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close connections are made and no un.C8sary anything about that., well*a safe cure-J/oritU Manner. Satsuma Putnan 1.'ln. Colll as, Cases and Casket Call when convenient. First door
Nights, co.,
delays occur In transfers, they Our freight rates are as low as by our thAt matrlmoi Funerals attended if desired. AU orders south of ADVOCATK office" '
A medical philosopher nay executed i
promptly and at
reasonable
he E.'C. T. Co.) ought to beat this competing line, and can be had upon ap- appears like an Inverted fever. It begin wl rates. Embalming,! done. iCONTRACTOR

e. After a hard stuggle the project- plication to our agents or to the under warmth and end with thill. EDEN DIXON & GRAY
MALARIA eared and eradicated" from tb
signed. P. ,
succeeded not. aLL
and the people have by Brown' Iron Hilton. which e ,
ithsianding the bitter and prompt op- Our connection is at New Smyrna with rubes the blood tone the nerve, aid dill Dealers tn
lion. Acts like charm on In gener Si BUILDER
a person.
iitlon ef the J., T. & K. W. Ry., ande the Atlantic & Western It. It., which W health giving now energy and itmngiJi.. Drags, Chemicals, Perfumery, Toilet

I. R. S. B. Co. in every possible way, connects at Blue Springs with the ClydeSt. American dentists prk away every year PINEAPPLE Tituavillo, Fla. Articles, Fine Soaps, Stationery

getting the E. C. T. line in operation: Johns' River Line for Jacksonville.The defective teeth about 1,8110 ix>uud* of gol Estimate furnished on application. .

lit mean progress and development Clyde Steamship Line is our direct worth about k4Sll,6ba. Correspondence and patronage solicited JEWELRY
(SPECTACLES:! ASEWING
the connection for New York Philadelphia When medicine I* given child}1AI'Cot.U IMIItio3MC.
s it mean a saving of money into to f'ellt IB a wife and proper on... buch PLANTATION. MACHINES, 1
jkets of the shipping public; and In. Boston, etc., and freight consigned to remedy i* Dr.Bull'. Worm Utwtroyen.The 33. XIizxxxxoll. Guns, Pistols, Sewing Machines and

aced production and outlay of capital them has only to be transferred from the milk and pulp of the cocanut U auld Machinery Repaired. Watches Clocks .
steamboat to the steamship and pier BRICKLAYER & PLASTERER and Jewelry Specialty( '
which moans plenty of labor and good annihilate tapeworm T. 2Z3. rtioiactica.s: : .
At the time will receive School Books and /School Supplies
Ices with increased trade and corn- vena. same we Gag ,
FITS .'"'> >edft' b'1.D"l..KVrf5 Eden Indian River Florida
tree? If the E. C. T. Co. reduces thee freight consigned via other lines, either N BV. BBSTOIIKH. trial,bit" tf T/tUHVillo/ Fla. Subscription taken at publisher's price*i)'' r
ant SJ for Books
Marvelous curea. Treatise Newspapers, Magatlnes, etc :s'
or'Improves the condition of ourt north or south bound, and guarantee as I 'I'M. Dr. Kline.061 Arch 'BU t'hlla.ra. Work contracted for ou any part 01 ?

in transit it does if it forces or low rates and as quick time as via the J. Indian liver g Proscriptions carefully compounded at
; Woman her dlseate* and their treatmein KNOX the Painter any time, day or night. 1
,mulates existing lines to better service, T. & K. W. Ry. ; pa&..... illustrated,. ; price Mte. Hent uponeelptofIon. "I'i }d

proves the dominant exercise of pow- We will give special attention to express B. JL KtaaL sMaMir.eirin I'. Will do any and ALL KINDS of PAINT. JnoMcAllister DrugS

", and disregard of the people's interests matters, and forward all freight .' oar ING, such ait House and Sign Work, "

_d places the people under lasting obli- consigned via Express on the first train. bent pwpald V-V.TuH on : ffiTAgT.' Jl acllO Graining in Distemper or Oil Contractor forT Patent Medicines '

Lions to the E. C. T. Co. And now as to time of transportation: I ""'Qu. WI&JIcJOIt..t.Ka-_ Colors; Paper Hanging or : ,

< A SHIPPED.loney Freight south bound leaves Jacksonville,Cat and RankIn i. Stencil Work Artesian Wells
Antique
Karm Lands Toilet
Timber. Mineral Elegant Perfumery and Articles!
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and Arksn Y
320 p. m., arrives at New Smyrna the Mls"wirl. Kaniaa T11nr&Uo..Kanes.Ultl.AiOkiabomaUuldelioukandMa lexaa and Mosaic Glass jib' &ti tk
.old-
Following day, and is delivered at its des-JiUnation bougnldnd '
Stain.
% Kept constantly on hand atJ.
Dies Do Not Puncture _nent any whnruceiylof eau Gallic, Fla.: ,
the next day. North-bound attention to Natural Wood
Special
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Fruit. freight arrives at New Smyrna the same -...---. Finish. 33.
afternoon of the day it is taken, Is loaded afflicted with ore eyes rue III' J..o Tho All articles of Furniture made to look M DOBSON &: COMPY ScrevenjsDKUO :
ton's EI e-watel'.JJrnIrKI.t..1I attic:jwr UBEECHHAU'H > as well as new. Estimates and work ,$
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East'COIUt..tdfodate: on cars that night, and arrives at il -hlck-lleadacba.-- done anywhere on Indian River. STOIIE.

In your issue of Nov. 14th, on 2nd Jacksonville the following night. It Is _. PILLS cure,- Office on the ladder TITUSVILLE, FLA. Wilmington N. C Also the latest Newspapers, Periodical ft '
delivered to the lines by which it is consigned -*;; W. !t. K1''.OX. U ,
age, you quote the New York Sun re- Ilea *, etc 2
on the following morning.At Catarrh in the
done to sound fruit by Make
:ng the i jury a Specialty of
bees. I feel In duty bound to present passengers have to lie oveitt- Originate.In.......,. .se taut In UK...- Be FOR
protest mey against the statements there at New Smytna one night, going either the roper wUiad by which la rare eMarrkjmrW Florida Oranges. Indian! River lea
way, but as soon as the hotela are open-1 (a.Mood. IU naay dlMfrwabl.mpl'.
made., sad the danger of developing Into bruacaiU or I Wines Spirits
ed train will be conit'necting
a special
put on
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Honey (hive) bees do not puncture terribly taW diaea.e eoLiuraptloa. *re ratlral Consignments solicited. Satisfaction
with the St. Johns River steam- n"eel by Hood'......partu., which. can cau ,
'sound fruit. Here are some of my rea- State Bank
ers, and arriving at Xew Smyrna in tlme'lg by purifying Ih. blood Han tunas up th.111M< Guaranteed and Prompt Returns
sons for making the assertion in the face 'Jt ..Yorla'....I hare been troir>l4 with ealarr Beers ,
of the great New York Sun: for paadengers to take our steamer, leaving the bead,todlteMloa. sad...... deblUt,. I aeaa4 Made. 92movV.
New Smyrna at T a. m. This will salts..nch m ltriBe*, tint> ooadadcd to tibu.l.otfGa4e TjtusviIIelorda.lafOBFOBATED .
First: Some lawsuits having; been Instituted .
against certain bee-keepers, by give passengers an opportunity of 8C lngre that I coot n.od a.r.apumm.tu u..'1'It I did MW.m.takLnlUM. ..aicood CIGARS, ETC. HENDRY -
My b. Ita ha.>n>Uy lien rared..adt I ,
the St. Johns UilUboro, and Indian IUv. : UsDKtt LAW
of California ... I. B. anuw, (K FINEST TILE OFiiE
-some of the grape-growers, |) a different w.nur.An. OF THE QUALITY
!wherein the latter claimed damages for era without having to stop over at any a.u.d.a,10........i. Dealer in ? \ STUB or FLOIUDA.-

i injury to sound fruit by the honey bees point. F GO TO Authorized Capital.. 1100,000 i
General Merchandise
of the keepers, the government decided Any information regarding our line Hood'sSarsaparilla Lesley & -Rcnakcr. Puld-up Capital $23,000A ,'ill
sill be cheerfully given, by -
to make exhaustive experiments to determine Ueura 011..1...... Trsauct.dl
Yours truly, Families Supplied. DRY GOODS,
this point and intrusted the -
v G. F. PADDISOV, JAMES: PHITCUABD, President; ,
work to Prof. N. W. McLain, in chargeof NOTIONS
W. B.
O.F.&P.A.: 1 sale h all dreggtata .l1 six for el h 5ar.au liAJurrrr Vice-President;
the Government Apicultural Experimental J t>J V.t HOOD*DO.Lowed; x- WHO WILL DISPUTE IT ? STATIONERY, W. M. Bsowy, CiMkler .

Station, in Illinois. Bunches of a 100 Doses One Dollar Directors} James PritcharJ. W. Q,
with -The First National Bank in this city Choice Groceries J. II. Durlo
Bound smeared W.
grapes were honey ---- ---- -- --- Barnett 8. Graham
fa the for Orlando the and W. U. Drown
-.i and Lung In a hive where there was no now agent

-other food tor the colony of bees contained Cheque Bank (Limited), of No. 4 Wateroo 0 Life Insurance i* no longer an expert DAMS, FLA. 5 Kveirjr Favor Uankluf Ceaibtvat_..wltfi.......CoDMrvattT.

.* << therein. The entrance was closed up Place, London, Eng., which will enable ment, but a provision which no sensibleman T. "'OV". S ._I.L.L Correspondent* i Seaboard National

.BO that no bee could_ escape, and they them to Issue checks redeemable In will neglect. From it he 1* always lank, New York; National Book o|

were left to their fate. After a sufficient any part of the world says the Orlando t bound to receive more than he give by Drayman, acluonville.[

time the hive wa opened. Every bee Record. This will be of especial value t Investing in the Will attend to all kind of Hauling, ,

to desiring to visit or send money promptly, cheaply and expeditiously
was dead, and not a single grape was in persons THE ADVOCATE
jured. The results with other fruits to points in Europe, and is a conveni- ; Mutual Life Insurance Co Will deliver baggage for passenger r

were the same.Secondly ence not found in cities of much large\ arriving or departing on train or *t am-
list of corroVJ1pondents t ASSETS tl3 ,OOOlXIO. Job
: The jaw of the honey bee size than Orlando. The oats. Printing DepartmentIs

is BO constructed1 to make it a physi- of the Cheque Bank is a long r : Can be found at the Railway Station

1i eal impossibility for it to puncture fruit one, anti extends even to benighted Afrl- Advertise in this Paper W. i HOWLUD, Special gent, or at my residence in South Titusville. Ready to do Your WorK

Not ao the wup and hornet, for their i r3 and also to the Fiji Islands. I TltusvIUe, FJa. 12-lmo U. S. Mall Carrier. 6 ., ,' ;It
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\ I -Z;-;--,- Debonnafrd son of Charlemagne, lad ft A: NEWMXLXINGXLllkl : .
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r; $QMEWHATTRAHGE. the Atlantic from Liverpool on Sathra! the tithe village of Power!, Ind., I U,th' nraft OJ' LOST SOULS. chapel constructed,the altar of which"V"W J

night bn tho steamship JEtruria Robert father of remarkable-looking child. It '' placed over the roots of the rose Cor Cheaply.and Easily I,a

,ACCIDENTS AND INOIDR\TH '.Off for has been taking passage on threo TesseU is three ;yean old ana measures three feet March That Oar Name to a New bush. The stem of this dean of rolltJ Simple Apparatus.On .

EVlflAY LaF& the last three y W*. lie usually and two inches around the head. In i Mexlcaa: Stream, bushes ts about two and n quarter Inches of
stowed himself the farm Haloing Mains
- away back of the boilers. other the child M rnthef i and twenty-cight feet in
small and Jn 'diameter
01
and when ways centuries backward and before of the Dukt of Portland fer !
tho estate
three trained
ship WM about day out is 'well termed. It is reasonably Intelligent Over height. The branches up ngainst ,
'4fcoo : ( and he came from his hiding and cultivated !- Inquisitive Da Soto had lighted his surface of months past a new milking machine
- r Episode Thrilling' Adventer place but its body and neck not being the apsis of thechspel cover a ,
the banks of the Mississippi Mr. .
: Which Show that Truth it friendship of tho stokers. strong enough to support the weight of camp fires on the 'one hundred and eighteen square eet. Vented by Murchland, iaDi
Robert come. of a family of its the Spaniards:! had achieved two settleiiicnts numberof tary engineer of Kilmarnock, has
t Stranger than Fiction.Wiri seafaring head it can not walk nor stand.A The plant annually bears a large beet
folks in LiverpooL' One of his ten in this land of the Occident-- in operation.The .

: David Smith, the ten-year-old brothers is barkeeper at tho Manhattan TOW* In England, Skiddaw, Cum Santa Fe and St. Augustine. They had flowers. apparatu's, a installed at nalnin.
Club, and the sail borland, stands unique as a township of of the country which lay is of
vtf:who several ecks-ago stabbed rest on the ocean bluo no knowledge A Wonderful JO acovery. Mains, a very simple character. Aj
t tVtryddPe to tim heart with young on many kinds of craft. Ho has two one house and one solitary male adult between these points or its Inhabitants ordinary iron one

"taslfe, was before Magistrate Diimble a pocket. sisters, and Robert shares with his ten inhabitant. This man is deprived of his As to what might be the dangers and is carried pip cow house dimet!

GobnrnA, Canada, for sentence the at brothers and two sisters the distinction vote because of tho fact that there are no deadfalls of a journey from one place to One of the most wonderful discoveriesIn venient height! above ,the shouldon c.

;yd the prisoner lind been judge of of.being an orphan. overseers to make out a voter's list, and another, they wero us blandly ignorAntas ] science that has been made within the the cows. I It communicates with slianl ot
guilty
:; tup** bad offense and had shown a bra.a JOHN DoW F.N_who commltt1 infotrla no church or public building on whichto of the history of the moon. But this last year or two is tho fact that a beam pump, whereby the air is drawn frou

..... that was astonishing. lIe was untfcwbtedly in London lately, hadi anxiety on his publish one if made. 1'nnnncei affected them not, and lull ol of light produces sound. A beam of the pipe, a circular tank connected wni

a boy of bad proclivities, yet mind at the time ho died. He was afraid tne uneasy spirit of the hour a military sunlight is thrown through a lens on a a shallow well of water serving as an>n.

: ,. magistrate felt that to send him to the coffin would not be of that superior Laces of England. party in Santa Fe resolved on an overland glass vessel that contains! lampblack, bator of the vacuum. From the iron pi

prison would dimply confirm him in quality that his position entitled him to. expedition to St. Augustine. They knew colored silk or worsted, or other sub project connections, ono opposite
So much did it the distance, for they could figure the A disk having slits or openings: between tr
*mme. Under all circumstances, his worry him that he went In England still stances. space every pair of
: peasant women
Iwnor to the go latitude and longitude, and they could in it i is made to revolve swiftly in
thought the best thing that could undertakers and dropped the fol about peddling the lace which cut etuh connection being furnished with
:1Ie done was to give the boy a-severe lowing letter Into tho letter box: "Gen. make as they walk along the road.they A get the distance by the compass; but this beam of light so o-s to cut it up, thus stop cock. To any one of these connections \
and
::1I :gfa*. Ho said that if Smith's father tlemen I write this for you to como to Buckinghamshire woman was, when I this was the sum of their knowledge. making alternate flashes of light I fitted a length of IndU-rubb, t
..nfd No. 80 Abbey street to The expedition, numbering some hun- shadow. On putting the car to the glass other end
make the
give the boy tlll'lhtyl48I'C1I on the me a good saw her, working along the road and tubing, being attached t ta
,
Laze tack strong polished elm Tjrassnails. dreds of men left.Bante Fe late! in the vessel sounds are heard so long of 1
with n birch gad, and inflict coffin with when she applied to me I set her at work strange nozzle near the top the milk pa ,
'fJte ptinhhment conscientiously/ and to I havo sent you tho key of tho in tho kitchen, where in two days she Summer, and crossing tho mountains at. as the flashing beam Is falling on the which is of special conBtructlon
t&o, satisfaction of the front door. To avoid Raton Pass, the present route of the Santa vessel. is in T
court, he would taking my body mado ,me twelve yards of some pretty pail cylindrical a
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mot eend tho boy to the penitentiary. I to tho mortuary my nephew will furnish two.incl1lllCe. Fe Railroad, they Camped that Winter Recently a more wonderful discovery cated conical top.. Its opening, which.k

: :The father readily accepted the magis- you with tho t>ai>crs and pay all expend Sbo told no some of her,knowledge of on the present site of Trinidad. The has been made. A beam of sunlight is four inches wide, is closed by means

i' : tnls'a proposition, and in the cell the ses, Make the box as noon as you can. '"Cntteru'sday," and how they have as grass was long in tho valley, the game I made to pass through a prism, so as to thick gloss disk, which rests inside o,

ealnrit was levcrt-ly flogged by his Yours, etc. John Bowden." Then he in Northampton a custom sending and wa plenty on the hills, their own stores produce what is called the solar spectrum with the outer rim of the paiL support

,faUier. Each stroke of tho gnd left a hurried home, and when the undertaker giving Cattern's cakes" in honor of were ample, and, sending buck to Saute or rainbow. The disk is turned, by a thick rubber band held in place ijj

:Ji, welt upon tile' back of the boy, who and police came they found John hanging the Queen, and that in places too, where Fe for minstrel and glee maiden, these and the colored light of the rainbow is a projecting lodge underneath. On one

,. --I eried with the pain. After tho boy had to a nail behind tho door a, dead as tho the lace making nearly extinct. When gentlemen of tho sword got in as gay a made to break through it Now placo shoulder 0(' the the
iwovcred projection to which he season as they ever hive since. 'J11O 0 the vessel containing the silK, 'pails
somewhat from his(eostigatlon was appended. Katharine of Arragon burned her laces to the ear to nozzle which has been

be wn' taken back to the courtroom andsentenced AnnAHA\f Ann, who died recently give an order for new to the poor, all the old dons were lads of spirit nnd possessed I wool or other material. As tho colored the opposite side ore four similar tonndo

to close confinement in the at- CIrclcvillc, Ohio of dropsy was Indies of the court followed her example high hearts as well as a taste for travel. lights of the spectrum fall upon It, all of which aro like the small nozle

wnly jail fur the balance of the month. modern Hercules. lie was six feet, three a and the lace trade revived the hopes Before them to the eastward, as far as sounds will be given by different partsof upon the iron pipe. The conne lolitarj

Tfce magistrate's novel modo 'of punishmeat inches in bel ht.RJd weighed 883 pounds. and the hearts of tho humble pupils. rye could sweep, spread the desert imconfinod. tho spectrum, and there will be silence tons 11lo is! for attachjnont to the long flcn.

ha been highly commended by tho Ills strength was in proportion to his A lady 1'riteuIn the palmy daysof What was to be met there- in other parts. ble tube from tho hOi pipe; the other
knowledge
'townspeople as wise and I U'adothls they knew not, Lint their lack of For instance if the vessel ('ontinsred
in
sutitfactory.A si/e. On one occasion three men tried was Bedfordshire lick four are for short of tubing totoccted -
with lengtb'
OUClUSO Incident, illustrating the unsuccessfully! to load a large stone in a "both old and young subscribed to as um was coincident: an equal worsted and the green light lihes in their specially constructed
which lifted of to buy cakes and all after ofcaie. upon it, loud sounds will be given. each of which
'higher forms of nnlmaliustinct, is told of Wagon: ho in with comparative money With the inciting the snows in the be heard when teat cups, receive
sounds
... dOlt which was the companion of case. Another time ho was invitedto their repast danced and made merry, and R i Ir cnnipof Only feeble wi A trat of tho cow under operation. The
Wtelunaa: Theodore Grote who test his strength upon a lifting ma- at night they had a supper of boiled f i ; the CounciL *f*>'* *-.e red and bluo of the rainbow cups, like the pail, are made of
,
-. f.:: :lilted: in tho yard at the Providence Was cliino. He refused until assured by tbo stuffed rabbits, smothered in onions." I h As to the matter of sidewalks, f"f'wke upon the vessel, and other silk! colors iron, and each one is! provided tnne
sound all. Green gives
owner that it could not be broken. I In Buckinghamshire children were put no at cock. The milk
Hailroad station in this He tap or stop pail ha', it
,city, says tho a Aldermen to a certain extent have hadjUnd kind of
to the Iced school at the of five best in red light. Every
'* the
Boston Herald. Mr, Groin lived pulled machine into pieces without ago years, addition to its handle, a couple of ,
J$; Tloylston Station and tho dolt nt/ much effort. On account of his great at tho age of eleven were self-support I their hands tied by the oppositionsome iTohaterinl!, gives more or less sound inntuTcrent by means of which it Is suspended hob
usuallyraecoinpitnicd II1.R ing, and old men-even when II of our most b ( colors, and utters no sound in
him into tho city, and re special order was given for his! young men I prominent men. in front of the cow's udder, a broadband
i turned botne alone, carrying u daily I corn, nnd It was necessary remove all they could get no other trade-made of the heaviest property owners in tow"tben. of girting being laid across the snimaTi

'i. IiU mouth to his family After paper Mr. tim inside fixtures of the hcarso to get it their existence by it. 'a 1' has Informed the Marshal, in plain lu The discovery Is 1 strange one. and will it loins for the purpose. .

dog he
will stand
Cone received t( guage, a lawsuit i Rimp1e
tnfant 'nncasincs about tho old, and very good-nnlured. His remains tho highest praises of any Buck goino from it-GoWeu[ Days. Wlion is! ready, tho pimp is worked
wandering: fore he will ul
inghamshire Lice ana in the b repair his sidewalk as Ion] .
interred eighteenth ---- --
bonne whining, and going from were ncnr Williaouiiort by a and tho air is thus exluiusted
'. '- to another, mnt asking what oneperswo had- Ohio. century was said to bo wrought to astrrcat as stock, are allowed to run at large; an d Rebuked by a Baby XIng.f from the iron pipe Then u paiL ski
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.: .. become of his master.: After the funeral SOMK fishermen engaged in Belfast These perfection as the loco of Flanders. yet our good people have said at th_ its cup attached, is adjusted under the
laces
: f the ilng-;disappeared' nnd English are very much admired polls, that stock shall run at large. Ou i cow, tho long tubo is joined
,. a search disclosed lough Ireland, recently picked up avery by French women, who at the L Here I Is nn old story in 1 now dress. ItUs to'ooeolhe
";- the fact that he had cotno into large seagull, which was seen approaching present day wear more English thread Council must accept one horn of the c told by a Paris writer for the 1'bla1Ielpl.ll connections overhead, tho

<$- town, :'nnd was wandering about tho stnfiou i tho boat with wings outspread Juice than tho English themselves.! This t lemma. The sidewalks are a nulsanc \ Telegraph: opened[ and a partial vacuum I established

nud yard, appealing to the people floating on the water, but quite cluad. fact has been observed by many travel I and a source of danger, but the Cit here como from Spain the most chcer- within thu- pail. Next of the

-engaged there, and whom ho knew in a The men were puzzled to account for the lers, and I know of own experience I Fathers hesitated < ng accounts of the health of the child cups is moistened and placed 8 as to embrace
M r Must pathetic manner. The parties! in progress it made through the water, as that tho shops in French my Canada before compelling' ;oveicign Alfonso XIII. Ho is growingmLst a teat; the stop cock of the cup i

,l .:SKsrch of him tried to send him home, it went foster than the boat, but as it good assortment of real English,keep laces a, their repair, in view of the prospect d is once mole strong and lively, and, then opened, the teat is thus brought

..d then tried to persuade him to follow clinic near, it was found that, wound securely and that ono in particular Notre Demo I expensive, tedlqus and perhaps unsuccessful *n fact, gives no end of trouble to his under tho influence of tho vacuum, and

them,, but 'without success, until ono of around the body, and under tho street Montreal, has a'i larger array thJa ( litigation; and even if they ha id nothcr and his governess by his exubcr- the greater external atmospheric pr'ul

In them IiU procured a paper, folded it, put it wings, was a string of cordage, which any I have seen in much larger: London felt secure in their position, It was muan jjint_ spirit and hend-ovcr-hcels wajs.jJust at once causes tho milk to flow. Ate

mouth, and, pointing toward on closer examination, they discovered shops I got soma beautiful English easy matter to take the now he is enjoying the batland all four cups have thus been adjustd
,home, told him to go, when ho sprang was attached to a large paper kite then thread laco there-a lace much liked by proper leg Va brlelef of the lovely Zone jets of milk can be seen

forward, and ran off iu happy, apparent- flying above them at a considerable tho French gentlewoman of Canada- steps to enforce the repair of sidewalks Conel and whenever his small majesty the can immediately beneath the glw

t ; Jj, as before his bereavement. hel ht. The kite furnished tho nronclling that I have not. been able to match in The Star has seen fit editorially to i f-makcs bg appearance in front of the cover. In from eight to ten minutes th

; ;'!!' aoa.rt, time ago a remarkable story was power. Tho bird had evidently, London.- -It is not expensive; it is very I [ for to the sidewalk on Washington avenue |royal house ho is saluted on all sides cow is milked "dry."

rmetit out from Sibloy, Iowa, of a fall of while flying at Belfast, got entangled in desirable, and hope that some ono with between the Warren 'building an, with cries[ of "Long live the king:" The animals submit very quietly t

I" thousands of ish in cloudburst. The the string of the kite, and had been unable Influence may revive the taste for it to be the property of Mr. Wager. Let us tak i,( A comical story is told concerning his this novel method of milking, ane

supposed fish were of a kind known only ; to extricate itself, and taking to the fashion.. The narrow lace in line linen this and behavior in church. lie has been often the first time they appear be scarcely
extremely dilapidated wretche
sea had been drowned III its efforts to makes for and conscious that they are being deprived
to Abound In a lake near the City of the most recfienhe ruffling one walk *reproved laughing talking loudly
Mexico; and this added to the wonder. obtain freedom.A could desire.-[New York Herald., as an instance. We tread its dan during divinq service, and bos become their milk. The apparatus, indeedlrm

,. & fftour' specimens were secured by a bust! itKMAHKAm.K instance of the fickleness gerous and uneven surface several time quite| exemplary in those respects. A few ises to relieve cows of much of the du-

% Me* firm of Sibloy, and have been on of fortune which occurod in Butte, The Sun' Corona. I daily, and on dark nights abandon iti Sundays ago hn accompanied his mother tress which, under existing circuiratw-

exhibition ever since, and are described :Montana, several weeks ago has just dangers for the more secure wagon road[;Ito the service at the church at Concha. ces, seems inevitable. Its use sill

ia,.... exchange: They aro something como to light. Dave. Evans, a young -- and yet a remedy baa not presented Itself ,The priest whoso duty it \\1 to preslithe obviate the excruciating pain that ini-
like a lizard, have four legs, same num. minor, had been to see his best girl one The observations made by Professor sermon: was I stalwart and energetic mule with chapped or swollen teats roust
'bcr fingers and toes as an alligatorS Sunday night. Returning home late, ho Schaeberlo, of tho Lick Observatory, in or at least lund not until a few days,ecclesiastic, and ho got excited by his necessarily sutler when milked by hand

.' \wdIy happy in water or out of it. Ono fell into an abandoned prospect-hole and connection with the eclipse of last ago. Last August the necessity for re->-owii\ eloquence, and banged tho pulpit Moreover, its employment will insu

...C them walked across tho store floor as was compelled to remain until the follow December, have led him to propound an pal .lskfr.IS.-.j apparent, andS l('u hion and shouted out his denunciation much greater cleanliness in the opcratioi

'\ttlvcly as a cricket,and on being returned ing morning,when, ascending by means of entirely new theory of the solar corona.' ; to serve notice;of the wicked in a very vehement style. of milking, 1 benefit of at least as much

to Uio water swam equally well. Another a rope, he scaled off, a portion of the. According to his observations tIme coronaIs ur At iAt tho tint pause there caino from the l importance to the consumer as to the
nero this
thing about them, they are changing wall and discovered a rich lead of silver. caused by light emitted and reflected Ju ,'I ,:royal pew a little piping voice, remark- producer. Ono attendant can conven

Jieir !personal appearance.. When cap..c.rod i Ho leased the mine and is now taking from streams of matter ejected from tho to' is death came:ing shrilly, 'Look here; man, don't you iently keep half a dozen cows going. By

: each had a row of feather or out ore that yields $!:100! a ton in silver sun by forces which in general act along decided to letth know it is very wrong to talk out loud the time the adjustment has been ni&di

I' omething like it around the throat or and a considerable quantity of copper. Hues normal to the surface. These forces force a busiH 4,In church for the sixth cow the first cow will about
lie has been offered are most active near the center of have finiatioil milVInn- and her nail
whera the gills ought to boo These havu 50,000 to cancel nel\ >w, but allow c
.disappeared and they havo changed or his lease, but refuses to sell. lie will each sun spot zone' antI owing to thechanga.of I her I I I without inter- The Nimble Swiss Cow. be taken for tho seventh cow; and oon.
tho of tho observer ........ )
..ru.l heir skins and are now becoming become a millionaire, while tho fellows position To maintain tho vacuum a few strata
ru
: who leased it to him have be- with reference to the plane of the sun's ] Mr. Gaulden; at the
potted. As
? Artcmus Ward said, ono of already I pump o occasionally are -
: equator tho perspective overlapping and wb' mndence wit'her. Its cows and goats are the pride of the sufclnLLondon
Item Is an "amoosin' little come hopclcxs lunatics.Is t[: Times.
cuss
having I- [
; Prattigau in
i (
swallowed whole his interlacing of the two sets of streamers ndition of thtority twitzerland. No people
little ,brother
or tho Berlin law in
courts who is
a Europe
these so .
person at zones causes tho observed Each has
ictcr apparent wal
Il and the twin thus swallowed pas was "caught red-handed" has been to mak her bell fastened Mecha.nica Memor.A

broad
proceeded change in the type of the corona. by u strap and
Inch the
-.11 an shorter than the swallowcr. against for stealing roses from A idea the owner wai great brass buckle in
t live flies and Having had this Jggested to him whose size the singular instance of the old belief
chopped liver tho chief
arc "In 1
tot their diet. prettily decorated grave. The accused in the course of his investigations, Professor I Mrs. Beck; owner glories as our ancestors in their that what is too quickly learned:Cannot
produced in court a copy of tho inscrip Schaebcrle has hit a mode of or : be in Titus shoe buckles. bells are carefully
upon Tee endure
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: J was given me by a
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A WAHPERINO Spaniard arrived at tion on tho tablet over the wave,which mechanically demonstrating it. Having yin -,- would give ii chosen; each 1 \' tone, and so young actor. Owing to-day to the ppub
Odessa from Constantinople late ono runs as follows: "Traveler, pause a stuck number of needles in a ball to her serves to identify the animal, as well as brother
:. .afternoon about three weeks and moment at this and in l We coulc to it actor, who did not happen I
at pluck trace
spot u rose
ago, represent tho streams of matter, he placed The tinkling
II shouhlt stray. have friend W t
.. .midnight left tho city by train. On tho remembrance of what I was." The defendant the model in a beam of parallel rays and the ave forced he, I of the herds come down an understudy, my I

following day ho returned, hurried on the strength of this, contended allowed its shadow to fall upon a screen, tom airs, but shE< i from the mountain pastures in the late which prepare himselin a few hours for but s part tw

through streets andsquareslike mad, that he was acting simply in tho result being that indefinite varietyof is n I' -'-' nor even 01 afternoon has a ncver-failin poetic actor learned wa it and ditcul. fld
alter
and at midnight again departed. He accordance with the expressed wishes of charm and a
repotted forms similar to the coronal structure the have no doubt many a wanderer '
; this curious! behavior once the deceased, but the judge thought takes) in tho played it with accuracy. Immediate'
more
be pathless has
can reproduced: by simply revolving been led
..and has not been seen in Odessa since. otherwise. lie said the inscription the model. Whether the forms that are lcga ::J nqulral morj their sound, as uplunl, to the hospitable by after the performance ho forgot almo

: Jit Moscow and St. 1'ctcrfcburg he did as stated plainly that tho traveler was to seen according as the observer is above, tlmt vened by the xeniifiutte, and a guide. every word of it. lie was unable R.

'( be had done in Odessa, and in icspousot pluck one rose, and not a handful ol below or in the plane of the sun's equator date We give thelopubliomay [ Most of us have laughed over the cow peat two conse'utlveentence correotlj.The

inquiries of tho suspicious police in roses, and he therefore pronounced the agree with those that should be seen has facts i who "Iowe "' Mark 'fwwn'l guide Into curious cases of(orgctfulnC

: iMHb.cities, laid before them, with proofs defendant guilty I vet to be iirovpd. but if there is such flee 1.1 eelved SofiA Zermat. hut linn-- .."_..-. +./* ,.hinn .....I.U I of can mine recall were on 'the pa of a fric

&he details or his recent lite lie is DoDonal A erttiors natural object is now to belIt'l'n agreement will'go far in tho directionof ratten] -- cli,,. resix-ft o( the cow DM mountain-climber.u. l' once been, an old man memory Age h
A wen to, a Spanish grandee and in confirming novel view of the sun's : we and even a* a guide. Your Swiss excledinglYBtrong. maeit
the Catholic grounds mak cow
at
cemetery
millionaire, who began sulCering from | every will with very weak. If anything 1:
Herald. where
Mobile. In the of the rorona.-J Chicago go ease her herdsman said he
upper part grave instat or read
insomnia to him in the evening
seven After :.is been
like
years ago. trying cen- dO110t to follow.
yard, within\ the walls of the lot of the She never seems would that tM
all other remedies he was advised by his Callaghan. family, there is a fair-sized Curious Kleptomaniacs.A IU reQM iQi i a'sj "i> medy certain ri the least doubt about the nut step. brilliant imagine next morning "
ideas w
of the 'before
physician to travel. lie and has She will night
began evils Its find the
action has shortest
been
fir tree which tree, like other trees hampered by way to get his
any. them
,
.aot been able to in where own Hence he used to w-ite
stop. Only railway where there is
> mrriages, in obnibuacs! or in steamships twice a year puts forth its new branches. curious series of facts supplied to circumstances of a similar character, of Shade. She a bit of grass or out and show them to his friends as original -

Li'; can ho find rest. Ho hits not been in an A new spray bus just appeared at tho Dr. Peddle by the late Phcrlft liar.lay, which the general public know nothing. I have watched rarely for slips several, never falls, and matter.-[New York'clerm

ordinary bed under ordinary circum- apex of foliage the pyramid and formed by the tree'stiensu thi of Perth, exemplifies phases of crime related Only those who attend the meetings of ? ho ic ularly jumps two.fences evenings to make one

ktaaces. for six years. Every night ho has the,shape strangely of an anchor enough with a to habitual drunkenness and toVroliVtle5 the Council regularly, and follow the :t short cut on tho railroad track in spite A Curious Fact in Statistics.
'durters a railway cab spray indicating insanity, says the work of Its of the
compartment, or a stock This committees can realize what hereman'l vigorous .
.- -or drifts about at sea in a yacht or steam forming a ross. perfect representation British Medical Journal "Between the careful consideration is New York Pobt. Irott.-- A curious fact in Utistics of pop?"
of anchor and with
an given to
*h3p. lIe has been almost every w her. ontln cross years 1844 and 1803 one woman was every Istion is tbe greater of peep*
a ball on the end of the shank just as matter brought before It numbr ;
,
and
what
committed to times for ef
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continent, and passing this prison being who ego is
purposes
appears in a real anchor attract the attention foils are forth The Story of an Old Bible. expressed i dlin o
; winter In Siberia.: drunk, and when drunk her invariable put by its members to ten. For in ll& te11 o
of all who visit the
cemetery. smash windows. Then the ,
Oxs of the practice was to serve public satisfactorily.It Rode Island there were more tt.

t of modern times most hits thrilling cuuniuated elopements at AT Chengkiatuan, China, while a thief there was a man, who, when drunk, stole has been decided by the Council to In the summer of 1884, while the Union I a meny people fifty years ol lJ .
was engaged iu robbing a house duringthe nothing but Bibles he was an old soldier enforce lying iu there were people forty-n'ne years old
:: n eomaiW8ih., ia the of William !. the repair of every sidewalk In 'any1" front of I'etersburg.a.
marriage who had been wounded in the head. Ho, aprain it
absence of the the > .
; family, watchman 1) C. Itciiiohl was shown in the list C9D
now
Reno Mllaca town. If a
of their
)[
and }[juJI.ary efforts patent atto
Inn., meet with
-
:: Ellen Heed of hearing a noise, entered, but failing to Then another man stole nothing but opposition ney in tin city, \\ stationed that there were in a certain county S.rcj1
at
t "PAII"b. Spokane' Falls. i discover the intruder, proceeded to en spades; a woman stole nothing but shoes; and the town becomes involved Point. He found a in a disabled City. colored people sixty-nina elr 01.
Mr. }{
J
eno was a rote taut and ambulance
f :IMfcs; Reed was a Catholic anti her joy his pipe. lie fell tiileep and set tiro another nothing but shawls; and there In litigation as a result of their decision, au oU family Bible, in which 1,20 seventy-one years old and ?,"

pareats tried to veto the union. The to the building. ThQ frightened thief was a curious case of a man aimed Grubb, it will then be in order for those who a genealogical tree of tho Hatcher fomily was seventy years old. The fait is.strimS
J was caught by the villager as ho essayedto who was transported for the seventh act are loudest in their demands For years Mr. Iteinohl? illustration of the general fondmss "
folks were determined to for such1' hits been
:
youog get married escape, and, as many houses were of stealing a tub. There was nothing trying locate the people for round Dumb.rJ. A vWw
to mn
,
action t owner
however and of the
the
to in censure
planned meet much-abused vol.
in his line of life. and nothing in his fifty-nine
consumed the flames *S
by devouring ,. they ume on September or sixty-one years I
: Ogden, Utah, butMr.. and Mrs. Reed had him no motive to make him Town Council for adopting the to 13 last. .he wroe inite apt to call snd
proceeded to lynch as an incendiary prospects very A friend In Vir.inl. *... .,, :.. t.r_ himself
tutft close watch cf their daughter'sMovements desire tuba but it was that [course they have I U1Il In similar lixt beX lll
caught in the act. lie was bound hand specially so urged so strongly. his search. That lettei case a woman '
: and made their appearance and foot. saturated with oil hurled into when he stole it was always, exceptingon There are, no doubt, men about town ? Virginia paper and this was published in forty or fifty,-[Boston (Cultivate-
aoou to
the morning
enough
j: .prevent marriage. the burning mass, and speedily cremated one occasion, a tub." who, If they would the Kcmobl f'eived a from Mr .
:]fr. Reno and Mi.s Reed decided to go to accept office of reply Thoml C.
i a victim to the blind fury of a Mongolianmob. Hatcher, of Chester A Darin
gtan Francisco, but again the parent di. Aldermen, would give us a perfect government field Post Chester Woman Zxplorer.
wined their Honey in Medicine. i county, Virginia.: Mr. Hatcher
scheme and were in SauIfnacliCO but they prefer to remain gives
-,. < to meet the fugitive lovers WALTER. SCOTT: a war veteran lives ithout the charmed i on accurate description of the Bible in The first white woman that ever pen-1

: 1 -when they arrived there. Finding in a small frame house Albert!., IVnn. The honey produced by small wild circle and tell howt .. question and says it was lost in May. tate the mysterle of the OIJP
should be
done.Lake. 1 W. when
"Cbemselres defeated the third time the Everybody in that section knew him as a be<<'IIin the eucalyptus trees of Tasmania He. Butler attempted to ha just returned'
1: :. ,jyoung couple quietly left Sun Francisco great sufferer: from injuries received ia seems to lie proving a valuable agent in march from the Bermuda Hundred to tended trip accompanied by her Ji'*

: c c,' ," Jar Tjicoma, \\ bets )Ir. Reno's auut gavo the artillery sen ice. his nervous system ,. English medical practiCe Experiments Worth. Richmond. It was taken from the Half band, PhI Haiton. and twenty ptoerti'
Clu being shattered, and incessant shakinc way Hoiue between Riehmond lays (Washington FTiAS. .
;' ia every assistance and went with indicate that it is an important food, an 1 and )
;. ; 'sJkem to, a Justice\ and saw them safely of the bead was one of the outward agreeable substitute for cod-liver oil, an I rt' Enbug. pry entered the range front the he:

:;: :x 1. :, _ted. Theytravellodoyer2,000 miles, effects, says the Philadelphia Times. On anti-catarrhs, a superior substitute for Mr. 'This morning the oil Bible, with the River, twunty. Con'
C. I. Cxagin is about to 'hUtory of the the divide
: a recent Friday hispasms were unusuallysevere add severi.t Hatcher and
,:, .accomplished their object. digitalis in action on the heart a febrifuge d family for several ,
and then ceased altogether. Then tubercular L!Dltlons was started homeward 1'Valley to the Elkwa River tfcenrtp
and in
sn antl-pors&itic \ In' by
; At IIuovciTllttjreucelebrated
: : llonKarWADE, IhlJesheim
chubby, brown-faced a to Port
Scottot upwalketi n'a111t1rflt'Uy cured express having been In Angeles S
? the White In
and scrofulous atuiettoas. The eucalyptus
oldest }
: ', : ;.a rover, entertained a big audience at and jumped over a fence next day to and rose bush the .in the .io If u Uelhl for tweoty-si/years* alley the party distinctly t
: : .. V'-itiMi t office in New York few honey Ii very pleasant to the taste world. Charlemagne himself planted it Mr. Reinohl hr
: arg city a i prove to the doctors that he was not ot it contain 111 of ha written a better ranean noises, which :f
parts to fDt
'i i\* $gOf with the yarn of his adven. I shamming. The case puzzles the local 1,000 parts more than a thousand years ago in commemoration Mr. Hatcher expressing his of :
,:: :' :* tare*. -Robert is a Ud of fifteen, but he medical world. active principles including eucalyptoi., of the embassy received front I being able to return him his delight at dilturbC Large bd

h ,,* f e, F: ,fcjoks u Jf he,were not more than twelve, I eucalyptcne, terpine eymal and odorous the caliph of Thousand and One Nights, copy of the long lost exciting bear frequently Bn.indu1edMce and t i
lkis ELUAH SCHIBOBOUJH who lives near resinous and lor\.tl.g\ matters. ilaroua si Ra h1d.. IB Scrii-tures.-lWashSstoii fights were
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should! ,VTIIAT CURES i1YStt.Na Eousekeepers* Helps. The- Magnet and Hypnotism Let, every enfeebled, woman-1 t

by arti know itl J There's a medicinethat'll '
of that kind ) DId ,reaed.t 0.1.1.. ea as ir+ BAKED Quizcxs.-Bake Vine qulnw A curies. fAct is that it the hypnotized
from se. ..M..' Pabjetrt.What until done and very soft When cold, subject in tilde of lethargy, grasps the cure her, :and the prooffepositive ; ,

way and be in the fore that ousts dinam: and strip off the skins, place in a deep dish. north pole of magnet, he is filled with IHere's I
which is the most convenient apparatus for and with and with intense joy* and aces beautiful flames
again in the applying it! How far is the regular pt.yN t- sprinkle sugar Servo issuing tram the end of the magnet; if, the proof'- if idoesn't
elan rueful to us beoaoMW* beUer In hWu cream. he is within
however connected south
with the do
and how far his and aai and you good
scones are pill. powders FcMpKiK)P\rrRY.-Ik a pumpkin
I
to ins only the material reprmenUUrM of pole he is profoundly miserable, and usually the
i mash it Season with and reasonable time report
than it pepper
up. ,
his pgnou.IIDtllllllc, on our *.aUhfIM flings the magnet away in horror. If
& barrel retculsr, doctors cure; the homa op..tb- salt to taste and Add a teaspoonful r.f the north pole is placed in hU, right hand fact to its makers and get ,

be kept wen io doctors cure; the Uahnemannitaa cure cream. Make a pudding paste t? put and the south pole in his left he becomes back without
and M do the faith cures and the mindcares around it. Bake thoroughly. your money
is rich
it
so and the totalled Chrlntian ncientlsta, entirely passive, tlm two current producing
I won't do it r
to vinegar and the fourwtollar-aod! .a-halt adrcrtMn Cur CARS.-Two cups of sugar one entire ind ffercnco to anything.The a word-but you

instead some( ittnerantaiuid. the patent medicine men.Th.Y cup of butter, four eggs, one cup of milk, over-excitability of the nervous system The remedy is Dr. Pierce** ,
i necessary to all hit, and they all miss, and the great differonoe four cups of flour two teaspoonfuls bnk. is such in the hypnotized person that it

to vine -one great difference the result ing'po\ul.r and one teaspoon of lemon you can bring about. ,all tho symptoms of Favorite Prescription-and
is that when
sooner by no one Rrumbiea the regular, and doctors when the e Irregti a patient extract. Dab in a largo flat loaf. poisoning by strychnine if a small quantity has proved itself the right:

in a small lar doctors kiea one the community stand STEWED PUCKER.-Wanh, drain cover of tho poison in a sealed glass tube ii remedy in nearly every case '
another by on end ant howls.-Koehester Union and with cold w..ter. let soak several hour placed on the skin in front of tho neck.A .

the atmos AdrerUser.Natur.. cures. but nature can be aided, hindered or over night. Stew in this water, add tube containing brandy will produceall of female weakness.It .
at rest in a or defeated in the curative prooen. sugar to taste, with just enough water U the signs of drunkrnem and it tube of( is not a miracle. It wont a

beach And the Commtreiot contention iii that It cover. Fine; served very cold with any rpium will bring about all the symptoms but has
everything it" :
been is. the part of rational being to tfttt and forms of bread given are highly nutria of a man under the influence of that potent cure : ., :1 A
satur trust the advice of-men of good character tous and gently laxative. drug-LoNd.m Court Jtmrnal.WirK "" done more to build-up tired, r.,
: a gallon who have studied the human and
item I I ,
barrel*w learned as far as modern 1Ileooo' light the POTATO Socr.-Three pints of rIch Horrors I Husband I've enfeebled and broken down '. :;it .
how far they can aid nature and how milk of mashed two just
war
one potato medicine
the pint than other .,
they can best avoid obstructing bar.B'fate tablespoonfuls butter, and sail heard there is a case of smallpox in tho women any ti
Commercial.It pepper flat above .
us.IiuabnndYes
to taste. Boil the milk add the potato known. y
notour to consider the evils ,
i purpose I know nbout It. That'sall
that result from employing the unscrupulous and boil again, stirring frequently thai It's the who .Where's the woman who'snot ..
right. man playstho .
: TEAM. the ignorant, charlatans and quacks to the potato may become thoroughly ella young for it ? All that \ ,
with the prescribe for the maladies that afflict the solved, and season just before serving. flute. ready .

I to good human physician family.who knowa.omething We simply declare to better that that the Serve very hot. Owing to exposure I have been Indisposed we've to do IS to get.the .'a J' '

if such feed the who knows SricE CAKE.-Ono of brown sugar with Rents riivumntlam about ale: monthn. her. The medicinewill :
; physician nothing or very cup Mv cklll(allrd. tonffordmc relief sod I wnlod > news to <\
for work. little indeed about tbe structure and the eon. half cup of butter two eggs, two Oced to trv Mull's SjirwiMrtlU... and mint do the
,,and it it dlUons the human svstem. 01 course. "he of mobiles half of milk, Confess that U vntlroly cured me. It Id decide- rests
tablespoons
does not know it all."fiochtttir ilornindUtnM. cup ly IInrerlor to allolhrr preperatlpqeofNatee- ::
\Vanted-\Vomen. 'First :
_ its actual one teaspoon of cinnamon one each of pHrllU.-/<. Jl. .tlltn, M. IA,Jim'!niton K. r, ,
grain. In. I hare used Warner' Safe Cure and but cloves nnd allspice, half a nutmeg, one to know it. Second to use .
be worth for it* timely use would have been, I verily of raisins of All sanitary rubbings of the body or limbs
to two
cop chopped teaspoon
should be in direction, toward tho
< believe, in from what the doctor invariably it. Third to be cured by ft-
_ and good my grave baking powder) and enough flour to make heart. __ :.
termed Brlgbt's Disease.-O. V. Serene senior o
standard is Editor Hcioto Gazette Chillicothe,Ohio, quite stiff. RnowM's Iron Bitten corDy.pepeiaMa.. The one comes of the 0 !.

dollars in a letter dated June 80, 18\10.\ Cnisp COOKIKS.: -One-half pound sugar larlaBIIou.neuandSiencrl! < Debility. Given.
Strength, sides Digestiontooes'the l1e-
dollars one-half pound flour one-quarter ere* e* appotlto. The twit toiilo for Nursing The seat of sick heac1
fifty cents a A Correct Idea. pound of butter, a third of a' nutmeg, Mother, weak women.and children.
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hay at three eggs 'Cream'the butter, add the An KoglliiunnVlalrepoitrnnreriilnRrilet. In is not in the' brain. ReWd

sugar: anti yolks of Ibo eggs, beat until prisons| says that urenfn ,."..rtb..t wort.-.. stomach and
the cure
General Booth's idea of tho ofbeet. you
improving whites the is equal In nourishment to 9 cents
stir in the stilt-beaten
is light ,
that it ; .
condition of London's attending ,
poor by Dr.'Pierce's Pellets arc ;
and flour flour the board toll
:
alone to the nutmeg ; ,
ease W.Any
first their bodies is You
to a correct one. '
D |
the same cut and bake in a quick oven. little regulators. i iCAUTION. iI
cannot expect to find a healthy soul, so person .nn< \ name and a grain ra- to say, in a starved, dirty, and broken- OKION Sour.-Three pints of milk in will reoelra Information that will lewd .... 0 .. -'-__ I
tit a for in"'t!. Benl. l"wIII A tXk, tteoorlly
which fix onions have been
the horse down body. Them is ,an intcrdepondanro good-si/ed: Building, KanaM CUy; ,Moo w.rrs.tud eeC
I get the same of condition between tho soul nud boiled makes a delicious soup, Reasoned stampe4a. ..
ha hi aid rlc <
a.m. >
: from the body which spiritual and physical doc to taste with butter, salt and pepper,

: have at tors must recognize.-Baltimore American. thickened if desired with a tablespoonful -
: furnish him of corn starch made smooth in coM uP FF
milk. Onions arc much nicer boiled iu
that alone Another Kind of Bar
milk than in water, I1R
his stomach ooM1
--
the mus QCEEN FRITTERS-Take one gIRls of
and h. "Yes. Jimmio must belong to a jrymnimum. water and two ounces of butter and put 3,
., now remarked old :Mrs, Jones the in When this
than he on store n snucepnn. zo
to her husband who inquired what the comes to the Toil, add half a pound of os
; busy sea boy did in tbo evening. "I heard him flour and stir till stiff Take off tho lire 4t
way un tell friend the other night that he could
I a and add nix law egg separately beating
,
pounds find him down at the corner hanging on
each one as added till" soft dough results
balance of to n bar most any evening in the weik." then fry In lard in pieces tho size 9

-Tuai S'ifting of a walnut. s 2 flG
; ? If it be t MIg
and mixed Immrance Acalnit UUraie. CHAH AITLK JKU.T.Wnsu Siberian _
crnb opp'cn, quarter, but do not core,
little so In certain Instance there have been arrangements -
a <<
made between a physician and put In a kettle!: and rover with colJwlter Y
; may not go the Lead of a family that a fixed amount ; cook until .soft. Strain twice

!I condition ;. lwrsofthetamlly should be raid for each continued day tbe In various!goal health.mem- through a jelly bag. Put the juice on O1VIS INJOS

so that the I Hut should eltkuoss enter the household, tbe and boil tweuty-flve minutes. Add n Both W. L.
cosily 'Inn's usual stipend was discontinued tbe method and results wben
may Jibysk
oats Such an agreement U founded on commonsense pound of sugar to every pint of juice, Syrup of Figs ia taken{ it is pleasant $3 SHOE. aE.rT< or ,
for we don't want Io bo made well we with the juice of one Icuion. Boil untilit Mi!
together to want to be kept well. There Is a great d",, l of jellies. find refreshing to the taste, and aotacentlyyet .err....d address on pastel for...,lu""tol. lufi. !
with moist- unnecessary Kicknem, resultlnK from a waut of ) the W. i*. IIUt/UliAM. Ur'okl4B, AllThtnlsaaMsaiolosllk
: promptly on Kidneys ..
direful attention to bodily requirements IlrchouT-xuT LAIBR CAKE.-One cup -
mix twice Keep the blood pure, keep the fuiutlonal of half a of butter half a Liver and Bowels cleanses) the system
.
cup
meal. habits of the body regular,counteract the of.leexposure sugar cup or CoughsOCoid
_ : corn fects of always hating n bot. of milk two cups( of' flour, twoeggs effectually) dwpcls colds headaches -
and contain tie of Dr. John Hull's Sursapnrllla in tbe two teaspoons of baking powder, and fevers and cures habitual .

more nutri! attack household of Illness and using or when It in the anticipation very first symptoms of an and a cup of chopped raisins stirred in constipation. Syrup of Figs fa.the

with good are manifest.. Disease will not trouble last. ?3uko in layers and ice with boiled only remedy of iU kind ever DR. SCHENCK'S
-
J'f' as- most Iron if you will heed this good advice. It Is an Icing which has had a of chopped produced
excellent preventive of disease awl decay as cup pleasing) to the taste and acceptable -
course, if I welt* a safe cure.ifarfiw lie nncr, raisins stirred in. This is an excellent to the stomach In DULMONIC"SYRUP.
prompt
he i
: only can recipe for company
A medical philosopher SB)* that matrimony its action and truly beneficial in Its
grain; may appear like an Inverted fever, U beglus with Arrus TAPIOCA PCDDWO.-Soak a cup cflbcta
] from the
doesn't cost warmth and ends with chill. of pearl tapioci in a pint of water two prepared only most .
ten dol. thesystem hours stir in three-fourths of a of healthy and aprrrcable substances, J qp riyfq
MALARIA cored and eradicated from cup II It plMWBt la th.lul*'"
food.-Ifev by Brown's Iron Bitters, which enriches white sugar add nne-half teaspoonful of IU many excellent qualities commend G"'"; tort nut c.nulu a pcnlcl*.
_ the blood, tone the nerves, aids dlicoatlon. it to all vfilumortnjrthlnilnjiirloM..
Acts like a charm on parsons in general salt and a cup of thin cream or new milk. and have made it ..'b.... "."' ...
Ill htaltb,giving new energy and strength. Peel, quarter and core eight largo apples the most popular remedy known. WurlcL rwsaistydl Dengai+

: 'rES. American dentists pct away every year In I ([Green ings preferred), and put in an Syrup of Figs is for sale) in boo 0oeumpws..d Price. '1A p.r ..IU..."fin.. Dv...mailed MrhMM-k'B.. ,.... Petit AiMn

defective teeth shout 1,8U pounds of gold earthen pudding dish, grate a little and 11 bottles by all leading drug Dr. J.u.ttobenok BOB PhUad.lpista.KING

worth about l-t'AOU nutmeg on top, and bake an hour and a gists. Any reliable druggist who

When medicine Is given child parents like quarter in a slow oven. Serve:! with I may not have it on hand will procure COtfOMBuy

_ : cow. remedy it III Dr. Bull's safe and Worm licetroyeis.ouch! a whipped cream.CHOCOLATE FILLING. J'oRC.unOrato I I it promptly for any one who or tell your Cotton '"JONESk CU"I

well! wishes to try it. Do not accept
Club The milk and pulp of thecocanutl* said to such a quantity: of chocolate U you may substitute. k Cotton

annihilate tapeworm._ desire (I use about half of a square), into any : BUT IES .. a
: : hungry. FITS stopped free by Dm. Ktr-n1 Oa&4'I' a small tin pan and set it on the back: of CALIFORNIA FIO SYRUP CO.RELIEVES $605-TOn terms '......n.. '
utes. &. No IUa ant"nt day's. use. tho stove to mult. Then beat the whites SAP TlANO/'CO CAt. OJ' aINo&uz o f

fodder. Marvelous car..sal Tiyalta.*Bu 1'hlla.IJ trlalbata..fa. of one or two eggs with sugar as you do tfW""W, Ir. rrw rose N r. ,..N. Y.
free. Dr.KUne. --- '- - -- -
for unboiled fronting, and stir it into tho

; they Woman her diseases and their treatment,.. pan with the chocolate. Flavor with 'E.\ s cea m' a Cu Ci"1 IDs
60c. Went upon
( eelpt of 100". l11uatra.I e"" of inWog. ...Ad"r_ PI'QC.R. vanilla, and spread between the layers oARa
I I need more H.KLur hl.D,1m Arch 1:1.: .. 1'b.l1a.. 1'.. and on top of the cako when the cake

[ Lee Wa's Cblnew Headache Co,.. Harm.ia ia* cooked.! 1 N fEYEB$'..

{ call for a Wfttf rw'PdtAdciM 1'0000t1n uf lu rcIk'n LEVOX tSAtCr.-Us a tablespoonfulof .:
K.trsiCtttlo starch with three t blesKioufuls
&Cv-'f*W>anuottTimber. .. corn
do not of cold water, stir into a teacupful of I U STANTLY. a'

Mineral Kaoiaa.. ra.nnl.and.Texas and and Arkansas rUnche, boiling water, boil till clear and bake; _____._ lELY KltOTUEKH. BS_WsfT__*!I-BtN--: wYork.- Frlo McU.i-------.-.....
i In boqn'MIsHOuri.ICw1 M>1d. T>UrACo! ..KaD a.tliy.= M YOU VISIT I
I : t destroyei lemon with cupful of granulated sugar. WHEN! ATLANTA
: Oklebomatiukl.luukandb1apaentanrwher.' Simmer two minutes. Beat one egg Fall !. Hl.p HI III.I K'H JEW. IXTV gyrate row
1ilyMu.if
.rucelpiof 6JC\.l'I''i..r A Gsltanmr tn.uv. HTO1IK 73: bill-bull Street.Larg.at.sldrk CCMXTBRV
; pay: Urge Add two tablespoonfuls cold water pour) and Lowest J'rleet In the ('tty.lr CAHLOGUtt: FREE
r ..lI1lrted1 b sore eye*use Dr. InaaoTbompK the boiling mixture into this stirring 'FREE'J.W.RICC.MUMTXU.
Emblem a Specialty.
>D'S K)e-water.Druggtrt.sellat:u per bottle. return to fire remove soon as it Society
ammonia if -- ... rapidly, ; Nvtnl IIU. |1.Ui mxl wt a. Hulld Uulil Pin of .."reIIfa.11..a
Brace uH'a PILLS cure Mck-IIeadache. Begins to simmer. any Drilrr you l IA-lolIlC laPENSIONS CH EWAllA nfnor Onllii<< .rjrMlilom .

CUOCOI..4TEII.-One of .. _, emM n.....
CKKAU a. "
-- --- quart lk OM frlo 9| 'tt pre
wet soils; granulated sugar half a pint of boiling :tPE ON Bin1UI !!! W.... WIIANN, 110&e.33. J).... 0rll .... .

Catarrh in the Head water, half |pound of baker's chocolate. Is Paued. --..- ,' ..v" 1. _a...;;........_. /t .."...
put a blight- Pour the water on the! mix 11'11. .... w and V.15... are n KO"E",..auaieup. Mlaa_IntWmwrb.rnl.. ,
..,.
la tin blood. Senarobe sugar ..11.. ,.. ,.. I u lu ttf Au. 1:"" it
crops. OrlglaM toper met In ciof od by out wblcb taint to evil ......... to tp and leave it to boil ten minutes without _.. h S1U_ .'."..-,H ... Cuiu..,'...11:s'l..vr Stm.0055* ." JIr)...,'. &'..1.... ,ISJ: -Haw ... jju_M/-

strictly fresh rW'U Hood. Iu mutt .to.gro. bl Itt i/npton stirring. I'lace the saucepan lu the cold IriO'M KKiltFlV "k'u'th'A't'iwepese \Rlill-1ktt. Etulrat to
for a mar. u4 UM danger of developing .Into liroacnitl or Uu water, and stir briskly until it becomes: Ibtlb-f. U I ImiiM d", "'. A nu U Mirulo. Yet
wtl.
terribly foul dlMXM,eotiuraptlon, aro entirely silo enough to handle. Mold it in little Cold la tom Head baa seal

_ m and by Bood'l SwopwIU which. con eat..,.. balls and put aside to cllol. Break the
rsra r
something by purifying tb* blood i H a.o loot.p tbs ifMem."tot chocolate in small pieces and put it In a a sIt
it makes it K yawl hare torn trou',l l with eurr4 tIn o
bowl in the top of a boiling tea kettle.
ADd..aerat dotty I oner
brad ln4lCMloa When melted remove the bowl and drop In at) ointment of which a, 1.lIltn pnrtlrla I. IIPrl14d 10 Ya
tad fmltb lla suck.....1dMe, tat eoncUdcd to try a Oovtrli free.l '. Hold hjr d liuiiii uYlL.1t or ...nt by nmU.T .
apples and boMteotRnaift S.r P4lUtli. It dot me e much ia the ball one at a time; take them out Addresa. Y-.' IU/KLTIVK,.Warren,.Fa._ 1 14ASELINE
are where toad teat I coat...d IU UM tl I I luv. taken Ire with a fork and place on a buttered 1" v -
ixrttlM. My bo IU hu crauly bm raved sad I tori a5.haes >
rte a ur a.aa.asa i. B.Agars, S Kk.k silted wttkoilp.1wUuukal *
and saw Si.,aew.rs..M.J, oPI U M ( i wa
and more in piper.DROPSY tkrolsn.rn ILM.WIr.LLit'H.U.' "'&I.r..

Hood'sSarsaparilla / .Ua. Odin. hV4yf';W"&eb.U W.
rOR A OMK.OOI.LAR hy
where in PATENTS .l.rerl.r's, ., ... /. 0"fl.."."r. .. will o..il*.r. ""D. Ml-m1LLtosay. "._

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year to d: Fo.lllTelr Cared with ..ta. \ fteltfMM :
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- ::> .' LOCAL NEWS. -Mr. Jno. W. Merrill, of Tropic, gave
> our office a pleasant call today.Mr. '. Z IIim

Samuel L Tennant, of PhiladelphIa '-. tc7 8 8B 8E S. i

'..;". ..; Continued from Page 1. Pa.,,arrived last night. o ?( : aa : 1.1 o hi
The
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highest In
the shade
:.' !' 83P" Local advts. under this heading was on Tuesday-temperature 83 degrees. See 4. [ L'J gffpet.
.t-: ':;;r.:i ere charged: 10 cents per line each week. page O a SCLOHING
-Miss Lena I-I
Norwood returned t;
last: f :::
.' -Dr. Dodson took a trip to Newt' night after an' absence of,about seven Ii !"I L. M M

/ fi.myrna this week months. o r fI} t' ; wa

-Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Barden, of Olio Messrs. S. B. Symmen and J. L. La 1Ag. i rt !
l'1
:. ': '', "wego, N. Y., were in town this week. Roche, of Courtney were In town yester Ot E ,

,f "' Engineer Fitzgerald JIM commenced day. i :? .t:1/ :. 0 .cn- t ofSlsSf5: Mll ANDS
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: Building a two-story dwelling for himself -Miss Spratt,of City Point, who has : sc. HK. g f
0 and family.Mr. been away for some months past, started ;j :! iTI [ !.met! ; :
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for her home today.Mr e: G tI
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.OES
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E. P, Bickel and wife of Akra, ;' s. L'J V : :; ci t:" { )

Ohio, registered at the Indian River Hotel various J. F. Lewis fixtures is quite and busy receiving '1 &' : [ to cnm M m1 '1 Msbi j
,
Monday.J. I his new bar-room. goods for I': n C :U lifij| | : =
I If "' Aye AT THE BAZAAR.MAIL
EI
S. Watson & Co. have received -Twenty-four 8 J! ,5 .
persons registered at =
2 g 00 ? ao, :
some fine cypress ladders for gathering the Indian River Hotel Monday, while :: !' "
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oranges. the Grand View secured twenty-two lIcIIO": sn CI Olb: ? | ? ORDERS SOLICITED.
fIJ 8 K qrsfr :
Wednesday night. ;r. '
: -The South Florida Home has F > G : t: |
changed :c (\ } ::::

Harbor Its place of publication from Charlotte Wednesday-The Robinson; Lcn Gardner Crusoe arrived came up here to o fIJ i c S' A:II -.. CD .lfL : ?- !i kH:: E.: ij. :se: :c ,
to St. -
Petersburg; Fla. meet his mother 1.1 .P"
and father, who arrivedon p
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-Mr. Goo. II Peck has become quitea last nights train. Rev Mr. Gardner (') : i Ji a | | | MHE Groceries Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer

fisherman since he has been in town. gave us a pleasant call today.W. "QctgOS"H .... o l Grain, ,
He hauls them In without ;:;!
oft the
hotel' grounds.Mr. going Thursday- S.last Norwood's graced by home the presence was, on of s 1; c ,c.., .fIJ g.p : ? H I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of

and Mrs. E. A. Hartwell, of another boy,which makes a nice collection If ;:: 0 cD x !dwra : J r fS Staple & X ancy Groceries.. Fruit
Chicago, arrived In town Wednesday of thirteen. Well done, William. CD Food ProductsOf
evening, and left yesterday for their -Indian rIi3: H' 1 II 0 And
River
winter home at Itro edge. Lodge, F. A. M., holds I g All Kinds. Also My Stock of .

-Mr. W. S. Wagstaff, business manager over Its regular the Bank meeting, at to-night 7 p.
of the- Southern Touritt, Jacksonville brethren are cordially invited to be pre .en 0 lA' Ground Food and Wheat.I .
I
M gave our office a pleasant call Tucsdav. sent. S. H. Ray, sec. am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively in the above HM(|
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.' -'Mr. W. Wilson, of Courtney, madea Goods. I buy close,'and will sell close. I Invite your correspondent_ and solid

Indian River JMIsslon. Rev. James flying trip to town JAMES HOLMES .President. your patronage. Very truly,
yesterday afternoon
Dolton BREVARD COUNTY :33. JLs. ::BB..A.DT.:
will preach on Sunday next ,
as for the purpose of obtaining necessary ALBERT A. TAYLOR, Secretory.INDIAN .
follows: City Point, at 11 a., m., Trini- medicines for his little daughter

ty :Methodist Church, Cocoa, ht 7 p.in. Ruth, who Is, we regret to hear, 111 STATE BANK GEORGE M. ROBBINS, WALTER S.' GRAHAM,

-Capt. E. E. Vail came up from Ju with chills and fever. RIVER Attorney-at-Law., Attorney-aH,

plter,Tuesday evening. Ho has raised '-Mr. Young, of Calais, Me., has: been I ,
his floating hotel, Rocklodge. The Captain In town looking after his real estate af COCOA FLORIDA. Robbins & Graham
fairs. No doubt ,
Mr.
Young
started for Jacksonville Wednesday was delighted REAL ESTATE ,
with the many improvements madeon -
morning. his property. He will now commence CAPITAL:

-Commander Jas. O. Green,U.S.Navy building another cottage. near Captain Paid Up, $25,000.'
Brock's.Mr. Real l Estate Dealers.
arrived in town, from Canaveral, Authorized EXCHANGE
$100,000.
and
Mrs. Howard Knight Mr.
,
,on Wednesday evening, and left for
v and Mrs. E. K. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. C.
down the river yesterday, on his tour of M. Pooge arrived here from Chicago last Is Now OPEN and Fully Equipped for ALL KINDS OF PROPERTY BOUGHT, SOLD, AND EXCHANGED.
Inspection of the light-houses, eto.Dr. night, and left for Melbourne to-day.: COCOA I Indian River, FLA
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Hopkins, Mrs. B. B. Pope and Mr.They Knight registered has a place at the at St.Indian Sebastian.River Banking in all its Branches Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Company..

,:flan Laura Lorimlor, who went as far Hotel.
BUSINESS SOLICITED.
,, as Sanford with the bridal couple, 'returned -The following clipping Is from yes. Property of All Kinds Bought, Sold and Titusville Brevard Co. Florida.
to the residence of Mr and Mrs. I terday's TiTl,, .t.rnion. Is it possible Money 'to Loan on Approved Security. ,
Lorlmler Wednesday evening.Mr Captain Paddlson has deserted the E..C. Exchanged. P. O. Box, 250.
T. Co.' "Capt. R. P. Paddison, of the DIRECTORS: We Buy and Sell All Kinds of Real Estate, and are Sole Agents fort
Frank E. Heath, owner of the Indian River Steamship company was In ALBERT A. TAYLOR, President. large list of carefully-selected Properties U all parts of Brevard county.

noted Dummit orange grove, arrived at the city yesterday. Captain Paddlson Is JAMES HOLMES, VicePresident.R. RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, location and value of any Pit
the Indian River Hotel from New York the prince of" good fellows, a man of 'In D. HOLMES, Cashier. jy All inquiries will be promptlyand :perty on Indian River. ,
finite jest. I reliably answered. 11 Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are uneqnalH

Tuesday evening, accompanied by J. L. Captain Field, who had charge of 11 J. M. SANDERS m_____, J. F. WOOrxN.Mrs. --- ----. and everv effort will be made to rive norfect.-, satisfaction-,-,-_________ to'._ _In_tendi_____nl1.. Pnrrliawn_ _n___
Denton, W. L. Perry and H. DuBqls.Mr. the dredge boats on Indian River, but who may favor us with their patronage.

., C. II. Watson has returned from at present Is In,charge of the dredgesand Sam Happerset arrived on lasnight's t LaGrange.We No Properties listed unless the Title in Perfect.
hi* trip to Georgia, and his friendson train, and some of her friends Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring large bodies of Low-1?
many dredging at Port Tampa bar, says were giving her a hearty shake of the Priced Lands. ,
the river are glad to welcome, him that within three weeks he will have a hand as she stepped ashore. were called away last week to seea Write for Descriptive Catalogue.

'favorite back. Charles Is undoubtedly a general channel through the bar of twentyonefeet -Rev. S. F. Gave; reports that Mr. sick friend, consequently there were no

among the passengers going to clear Frensley, of LaGrange, who has been items.
and, fro on Indian River. -Postmaster General Wanamakcr has very 111 for some time, Is In a very critical
\' -Mr, and Mrs. Stephen Geiger have sent a letter to City Postmaster Sher- condition this morning. Mr. Robert McCullough has just re- EDWARD STILING
wood, directing the reinstatement of turned from a visit to relatives In Geor- ,
Jeft their cozy quarters at the Indian -Joseph Paxton and wife A. L.
Mrs-
Margaret Watkins who
was suspended gia. He reports a pleasant time.
i lUver Hotel, and started housekeeping. for telling Senator Quay's son Hatch, and Lewis Powe and daughter, Cocoa Indian River Florida
:: irs. Golgcr's energetic spirit could, not that his father's mail went to the dead were passengers, on the Sweeney, for Lumber and wire for a fence aroundMr. ,

stand so inert a life any longer. They letter office. Jacksonville, via Smyrna, yesterday.Just E. L. Brady's grove, Is being hauled Dealer in

are residing on Main street. -E. J. Davis Is putting up a building after breakfast on Wednesday on the ground, from Titusville, on the
,' to be occupied by himself as a meat mar- morning two of the guests of mine host and four mules. Paints Hardware Stoves
-Mr. W. E. Fish, of Bostori, Mass., ket and greengrocery. He Peck, of the Indian River Hotel, startedon log-waggon Tinware & Agaieian e )
arrived In town on Monday evening's give special attention to small orders an improvised "gator" hunt. The The 1st Indian River Sunday School J JPLIDIDERS'

train, and started for Canaveral Club, on from down-river trade, and to make a saurian was placidly taking his bath on will have the usual Christmas tree at & MILL SUPPLIES, OILS, GLASS A rUTTY, TABLE
specialty of taking orders for early a log In the morning sun, In the far- & POCKET CUTLERY, BARBED WIREr WIRE NETTING
the church. It will be Christmas Eve. ,
the ocean beach, Tuesday morning. lie
morning delivery of dressed fish. The famed Indian River The sight was too
&
has been appointed engineer of the establishment expects to be ready for great a temptation for our friends, Davis All are cordially Invited to attend. WIRE. CLOTH.

R steamer Canaveral, belonging to the business the latter part of next week.L. and Clune, because'gators do not baskIn I Mr. G. B. Gardner has just returned
the sun fet this of the in
I Above club. J. H. Vlnsen, formerly of Tltnsvllle Ohio and Wisconsin season year from a very pleasant visit to his brotherat
consequently they
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-Mr. W. W. Stowe, of the Florida but for the present residing at Hlco pressed the U. S. Signal office punt Into Eustice; he has not seen him in a m

va Pathfinder, gave our office a call on Tues Hamilton week ago, Co.to a Texas Miss,was L. S.married Dodson abouta of On service the, and set off for the 'gator's log. long time, and says it was a very joyful -,4GS'Ui. itwr'etutufip N
they dropped an oar, but
He Is still in town business the latter Vinson Is way meeting.
day. doing place. Mr. the owner pursued their way. The Impulse was to !
,;; ,for his work, and expects to go down of the property occupied by S. A. open fire from a Winchester on the animal Sociable at Uncle Jakes next Thursday -!
of Belcher & and other
the river as far as Lake Worth. He Belcher Geiger, ; but a City Father of the usual In honor of Miss Bessie Feaster's
property in town. lIe has been almosta
showed list of business house aldermanlo proportion Interceded for his All her friends
us a every constant victim of rheumatism since birth-day. are cordially f
favorite life
pet's and tenderheartedDavis P1 _
in Titusville, which he intends publishing he left Titusville and expects to return substituted an oar for the rifle, invited to attend. ...,- a
and reside here in the future.
In the Pathfinder near and made furious charges upon the formidable Mr. S. D. GIger and bride were out --

-Mr. Rufus K. Sewall, of Wlscasset, -The Indian River Lumber Co., as occupant of the log. His 'ga- riding through our place not long since, --...
torshlp made a splash and set sail in '
isle arrived here Wednesday evening. Will be seen elsewhere in our advertising I he wore a satisfied look his lovely DOORS SA.SEJ BLINDS
I a southward direction. Mr. Clune, whois very ; : : ::BRXOJt,
This Is his first visit to Indian River in columns, is prepared to furnish anythingin an expert sailing-master, gave chase, bride was If possible more handsomethan Lime & Cement, Shingles & Lath.

forty years, and he noticed some wonder the lumber line from a 12x12 to a and by noon the punt was standing off ever. Guns, Ammunition and Fishing Tackle l
t ful changes: since that time has elapsed. fancy bracket. Their principal' base of Banana Estuary; but in the citadel The little Misses Christine and Annie Doors, Cook Stoves and GliIOllne of all kinds.Stoves Ship Chandlery Goods,GaU1Z I
trouble was brewing as the officer in ftSSSSf Coffins and Caskets;
Ho was here during the Indian war, and supply the largest saw-miH In south- charge was looking for the sheriff to Norwood are out visiting their cousin ARTESIAN a Specialty. Lawn Mowers, Ice

barely escaped with his life. He started eastern Georgia-that of Paxton,Mattox hunt up Uncle Sam's lost skiff. How- Mary Feaster; they are having a fine Cream Freezers; Brick, Lime, Cement and

for Eden yesterday, to visit the old Jt Co.-who have supplied the best lum- ever, "all's well that ends well;" thefootsore time In the country and say they like Table and Pocket Chimney Pipe; Flags &; Bunting;
pair, owing to stress of weather Cutlery; Mouldings, Scroll Work etc, etc.
of his ber ever sold on Indian River. Amongst LaGrange better than Titusville. Catalogues
scenes youth.Mr. sample cards and size lists
the beached the craft three miles from lent free on application.. Correspond
Tony Canover, of Rockledge, other bills they furnished all 12x12 town, and sailed home on shank's mare. Uncle Jake has the north half of the solIcited and estimates furnished promptly. t !
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now has possession of the naphtha heart yellow pine used In the constructionof Dinner recruited the crestfallen mariners Kentucky Grove plowed and hoed out
the floating dry dock. With two million to such an extent that by sun-down the
and is out the
nicely, busy working
launch Egret, which was brought here
feet of lumber in stock and a visible skiff was tied up to her dock. Davis
by the J., T, sir K. W. Railway for the says the next time he goes sailing for south side. When be gets through it J. S.
purpose of running on Lake Worth, but supply for the next 15 years-cutting at 'gators he will walk. Clune says: will be quite an Improvement. Watson Co.COn'2.1nission

for some reason never reached there. the rate of OOOO feet a day-there Is no "Keep still; everybody will be onto us." Mr. Thos. Johnson went to Smyrnalast i ,
need of immediate apprehension that
?,' :Mr. Canover had her in the water Monday any. week, and was caught up there
Indian River Lumber Co. will
the run
and ho says she runs most successfully Eau Gallie. when the accident happened to the
of stock. have been much
out They
She: will probably run on LakeWoa.th Sweeney; he said he did not mind it
harrasscd since starting in business by
this winter.At though, as he was having a most delightful
every kind of discrimination and persecution Work on Mr.: John R. Aspinwall's new time. ANDxFORWARDING
.- a literary entertainment at Fort on 'the part of certain officials of house is progressing rapidly.
Pierce Nov. 14,1800, the sum of $4.45 Mrs. Davis of Osteen returned homea
was realized, which was donated for the the railroad company; and the last order Capt. Jones and family are stopping
church house of the Baptist Church, received from Actlng-Supt. Gamble Is at the Treutler HoteL few days ago, after a visit of two MERCHANTS :
now At Conference of said Lumber week's at Mrs. Chaudoln's. Aunt Carrie i
building. River
not to allow the Indian Quite a number of our winter residentsare
1 Church, held this day, the following Co. to ship any more lumber over the expected next month. says she enjoyed her visit so much,
resolutions were adopted: tat, that the she hated to see her leave, and hardly Dealers in
\ will Fertilizers
to Turner
thanks of the Church are hereby tender- railroad wharf; thus attempting cut Mr. Frank commence
ed the people of Fort Pierce and: vicinity them off from all down-river trade. Our shipping egg-pUnts in a few days. knows how she can get along wlhout ,

Jor their tender aid; and 2nd, Resolved, readers must not suppose, however, that Mr. Chas. Young has just bought 73 her.We Henderson & Co4
i that action be in the fine beeves. Chas.- must be doing a Garden Seeds
this published paL this comes from head-quarters as the J., visited the school not long since

pers on Indian River. Done in Conference Mod. T. & K W. Railway is too large a concern rushing business. to launch and one thing struck our eye as Nov. Idtu, 18'JQ. S.F. Gove, ; CaptGeo G.Gleason expects Crates(
B. T. Hood, C. C.Titusville and too closely connected with the his steam yacht Ramona, in a few days. good Idea-It was this; there were two paper.

still appears to be "on the Interests of the country through whichIt Mr. Geo. Clark,from Rochester,N.Y., nice 1I..terlncket.. and in each three CEMENT

boom." We understand that a new and runs to allow itself to be made the I arrived last week, and is stopping at the bright tin dippers;upon inquiry were In- PLASTER sit HAIR. AGENTS FOR OCALA WI

much-Deeded will shortly be tool of individual spite. The managerof Hotel Bennett. formed there were so many to drink and Agents for the C, F. T.
company the Indian River Lumber Co. assuresus Capt. Carey rod family are domiciledin so few thought they were thirsty until the REFRIGERATOR CARS.
i; :started here, entitled, "The Florida Loan their winter home again. We hear win Furnish Cart When Desired
ben and that then there ...
and
the to rang, was so much that
that he has taken steps they
proper are uoADVD.lCSO.tK
and Investment Company The capital the Captain contemplates making extensive ****. ..4 TRACED properl
and is 'confusion and drinking in a' hurry out to Destioatloy
; matters set
have these straight Improvements shortly.
} Is to be $100,000 paid in, and an au We will
thorised capital of $1,000,000. We be- confident that within a short time river Services were held in the Baptistchurch of the one dipper, that some had to be in we will Buy LaLnind8 of Fruits, Vegetables, Furs and Skins; in f
be loans patrons will be allowed to'bUl where last Sunday, the Rev. Mr. Bolton late or go without water. Now six can anything offered to us.
its business will
bore principal and ship the same way; and officiating. Mr Bolton delivered a very take drink in the same time it took Correspondence! solicited on
please
The will issue they well-filled house. any wants you
on mortgages. company eloquent sermon to a may have.
'one then there were five basins for themto
tfe Debenture Bonds, guaranteo principal, that all orders placed with them will*receIve The reverend gentleman was the guest wash; in. Respectfully, J. s. WATSON"AtarjbPnntingli" ..

Interest, eta Those connected with it prompt attention.Mr. of Capt. Walton.Contractor i

are men of position and stability and as Mason Young arrived on his Magruder has finished ce-
special car last night and he gave the ment-piping the grove of Mr. Win. -The attention of our readers U calledto
to have their
Treutler. wishing
Indian River Lumber Co., track and Parties the new ad its., of J. E. Ender A Co.,
.they will commence business. We shall freight facilities equal to other compa- groves piped would do well to use the
probably be able to give further particulars nies. We state this in'justice to Mr. cement pipe, as it costs only one-half I on page 4; and that of J. P. Turner dCu.

r JaterF Young. what the iron pipe costs. .,'oa the$ta page. DESIG S. GIVE US t. TRIAL.Y 011' .TILE WTEST



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