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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 28, 1890
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Indian River advocate

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Lake Worth. LOCAL NEWS. Dance tonight at-Maeonlc hall, over -Mr. Arthur Lloyd, of Montclair, N. Services at the Methodist church on -Mr. Robert Williamson, of New Ifa'd. :;"! ""h';"

.\ the Bank. Eight o'clock.Mr. J., arrived In town Wednesday. Sunday. yen, Conn., started for Fort Pierce today -\ (.I" t ,-'. d:?t:.. .

"" C. F. Hale, of Boston, Mass, Lieut Swift is still on the lookout J. S. Watson Co. have received .;,. ." t mj!;, t
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i WM school a pleuant house doclaMe at thee oelety and Geaeral Gossip la connectionwith was In town this week. for a house for himself and family.A some fine cypress ladder.for gathering -Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Main, of New ,; :'t. 1
Thursday
[ very hungry, and the nightwere trotn- during Indian put Hirer week.and Lake Brief Worth mention sections of -Mr. C. A. Haag, of Adrian, Mich., nloe line of drew goods expected orange Haven, Conn., started for their Dlaca at. ,\;(,'tl"f

11 particular, aa he paid nearly $5ach Interesting Events About People Ton arrived here on Friday'night's train, and ally[ at the "Bazaar"-send for sam -Miss Minnie Joyner, of City Point, Fort Pierce to-day. '. ', .t' ..'r'" ...

(>lop,, and"Sich then le Ufe.did" not get the Know, and People Tom Dou't :Know- II still In town. ,leA. 15* WM a passenger on tho steamer Sweeney -Mr.;Jno. H. Mellor, of Chicagoar .1,; :" / f. :\

Picked up fcy. Oar Society ndltor.IC -The Episcopal Church choir will -For 'sale, cheap, a lighter, 88 feet Tuesday for Oak hill, where; she hM rived In town last night, and will probat "lIl;; .

i irlng will be' day.a rifle They match win here choose on -" meet at St. Gabriel's Episcopal Church long and 13 feet wide. Apply to R. A. gone on a visit to friends. bly visit Eau Gallle and Melbourne' on :\' :, t;: ,' \

ad the losing side to pay for a :$" Advertisements under this head- every Saturday evening at 7 30. lardee, Hardeevllle. lanteMr Money Money I I Money 111 to Monday., .-' .'. :.".. > '\.'

LftStheOak Lawn House. Thee tug are ten cents per line per week. -3. S. Watson A Co. are agents for C. J. Hector, one Melbourne's loan on real estate. Apply) to Robbins -Don't be disappointed by: planting 4 ). : ,

i team had better come down. -Get the ADVOCATE: at Dr. Screvcn's. the Moyer patent orange box head, and prominent merchants, was In town a dayor Graham, Tltusvllle, Fla. old goods,. but buy Peter Henderson A }1, .. f ::h

I are looking the best for years; Five Cents per copy. would like to give you prices before you. so the first of the week. It Is probable -The now. billiard room of Mr. J. F. Co.'s fresh seed from J.Watson A Co.* !r{ : .; .., .:
[lemon, lime and cocoanut trees .
ed with fruity while the truck -Only a few mare watch tickets left buy other kinds.T. that he will open his neat and well- Lewis Is now,open, and everything con- -Mra. A. 0. Winter Miss L. B. Telford .".: E

[ Are feeling jubilant over their at the,"Bazaar." 15* D. Young, Virginia; W. H. Shel- appointed hotel on the 15th of December.I nected with It presents an appearancenever I ...nrl.n. .lI.fl....on". F. J. .MflArUmf.. .. u.*, VA, Deland, '. .. >! J.IL jaC

i for a big crop. dpi and II. W. Brown, Vermont,arrived will give with every forty dollar before witnessed In Tltusvllle.. The I have been In town a few days, attending '
-Mrs. E. J. Rawson of Ilcrrington .
'Olt beautiful evenings the world Kansas arrived here train., In town Tuesday, and took the steamer, purchase of dry good, boots, shoes, whole premises hM undergone considerable the BaptistAssociatton. .
on Monday's I '
r, and the days cannot be 1m- next morning for other down-river alteration and the bar la being
hats, clothing and millinery, one large -B. L. Wills, M. D., of nopklnsville,
Everybody putting out winter -Mrs. F. J.Hoffman and Master Ralph
iolnU. fitted elaborately.Mr. arrived at the Grand View Hotel :
tomatoes and other truck. oil painting worth five dollars.-Geo. B. up Ky., ,
[ Hoffman of Columbus Ohio arrived In
Messrs. Lesley A Renaker are still Rumph. 14* Chas. Young, manager of the hut night, accompanied by his wife and .i ', '
is such demand for at :
ji I Lake Worth a that the rooms proprie- town Monday evening.J. doing a fair share of business. They are -Errata. In the letter of Mr. John Eau Gallle Meat Market, was In town on Infant child. The Doctor will remain, 'i' E ,,ice

i he will open in December, oron S. Watson A Co. have justreelved prepared to supp.y wines, liquors, beers Aspinwall, In last week's Issue, the senence Tuesday.. He sold he WM doing first- here permanently and, practice his pro-. "

as he can get In shape. a carload of orange wraps, and and cigars of the finest brands for the. "Not one fruit-grower knows a class business, and came: up to,see If he fesston. f .

mer Lake Worth Is ,about will sell them away down. Try us.Mr Christmas and New Tear's festivities.; honey (hive) bee when he sees it," should could not make arrangements to purchase Success demands recognition. Mlsa ..,.

resumeher running, as she is aud Mrs. Edward E. Bradley, of -Altree has the cutest cooking utensils read, "Not one fruitgrowernten knows more beeves to supply the IncreasIng Susie Brown has been teaching penman w'
In school and hM brought
utalde and her boilers ship my my
nearly New Haven, Conn., arrived here Monday for gasoline stoves ever thoughtof hive demand. We suppose'Be Is looking
I you a honey ( ) bee when he sees it. The pupils up to the state of writing thirtywords ,
.i evening, and left here |the next day for and stoves from $4. Large shipment error WM Mr. Aspinwall's, and we make for' prime roust beef for Cnristmas. per mleute and In ft free and leg: '

: Rockledge.Go of wire bed springs and chain. AU the correction at his request -Dr.. R. C. Hutchinson, of Tardvllle, ible style. Miss Brown Is an I artist of 1
Jupiter. and deserves
merit ln her line a
around to the Bazaar' and get a Cheap. Furniture bought, sold and re -Best, best, best Fertilizers, fertll- N. J., arrived In town Monday evening, full rare share of.patronage., G. SchelL .- "

j [Special to tMAdvocatt.1 .] watch ticket. The watch not only don't paired. *1S and his many friends were around giv
fertilizers hand
lien at J.
always on
Box" hM at
\;.' -A "Call been placed ,
cost you a penny; but you save money -Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Ironmonger are S. Watson Co.'sA'Itueville. ing him a hearty "Auld Lang Sine" Brady's corner by H. 'J. Brown. Anyone ,

,FRIDAY, NOT. 28th by placing fpnrself In a position to accept still on their wedding tour. When last pip. The Doctor.hM been having a wishing to be called for train or' ; '
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P. Turner A Co. tell that
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{>'freights .are being brought by one free.Zugene herd from, they were in Atlanta, GeorgIa pleasant time north during the summer, steamer will only have to place their
their sale of 10 cent off '
special
on address! In box with
per name and the : a ,
[ destined the Lake and time. We believe and has done a deal of hunting. Last $
mete for B. Sullivan, Chas. J. Kennedy having a glorious clothing Is moving their stock out lively small foe, and Mr. Brown will see that .'..

I south. 'and Dr. Philips, of Philadelphia, Pa., the; Jacksonville"boys are all very anxously Remember U only, continues until Dec. winter he spent In Tltusvllle, and he WM they do not wins train or steamer. Put .. ,;
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Black, of the army, IsUn\ town, arrived In town last Friday evening,' and !looking for their return. 10th. 13* so delighted with the sport this section your dimes In the box all you boys ,who ':.' x

ng; great fun hauling In blue fish are stopping at the Indian River Hotel -Bide wanted Immediately for carryIng of Florida afforded that ho could not resist wish to be called "early"In the, morning, n '

ett, son of our friend. F. B. lor a time. a daily mall between Tltusvllle and -Lime, lime, lime. Cement, cement, the temptation- of coming- back before the break of day. k.'
cement Plaster and hair. We are headquarters .. .'f? ,. +
He is prepalred to take In
of Heath, accompanies the the new Club House, on the ocean beach again., now .
.
I -The Duke pf Marlborough and a party for the above and would like : Melbourne.
haulover commencing Dec. the fun, and will hunt ythlng-from a .. _
near ; .
left Cincinnati Friday morning last, pepper you to write us for prices before placing to Florida Doctor "...,, JS**
panther. The.
able farmers are now rushing I 10th and ending April 1st. Bids must squirrel a Glbbs visitor to the \
Mr. 8. F. WM a
for a trip through the South. It Is rumored your orders elsewhere. J. S. Watson '
be t in and sent to George H. could not have visited a much bet seat afternoon. :4
The rains of yesterday and to that they will visit Indian River writing, A Co., ntusville.! e12 for county Tuesday .., >, '
stimulated the growth of veg- while In the South. Reed, Tltusvllle. t. f. ter place-M headquarters hunting Men In demand for almost any sort of ,' -i
Senator Wilkinson Call arrived In Tltusvllle. It Is probable Dr. .
and your "scribe" will partake -The Annual meeting of the Indian than work, from grubbing to carpentering.Eggplants : '. ,, ". 1;
4100.00 Reward given to persons spel- town from Jacksonville last night for Hutchinson will take a position M surgeon t* ii
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Jrd mess of string beans! to-day. River Orange Growers' Association will and other vegetables aNt .1' "
Bug the most words, using the letters In be held at the office of the Association the; purpose of "Attending to a little In the spring, on one bf the steamers being shipped in considerable quantities, ,
lies of our town contemplate our name. Write for particulars. business," he Informed We were running between New York and Liv
jus.
at City Point on' Wednesday December Mrs Johnson hM moved into the 9 ;
[ a Christmas tree for the young unbars System Tonio Co., Cleveland, glad to meet the Senator, with whom we .
Gates house vacated Mr. ;,
Srd at 10 o'clock a. m. The election of erpool.There recently by ,
": carols lad chat the Indian River '
Christmas at
.are being prac- Ohio. 14-6t a pleasant was a meeting the TltnsvlUa Branch. ,
officers for the ensuing year, with other Hotel The Senator Is called "The Peoples 'it
and,the evenings are pleasantly Notice. For the benefit of Ancient Order of Freemasons last Friday
parties at the Riverside
Important business will come up. A Friend, like Gladstone Is termed Thirty guests
stenlng to the charming muslo of wishing to visit New Smyrna from point full attendance Is urgently requested A 'The Grand Old Man."* Senator Call night. Although successful lodge, It last week, balling from Kansas to

>operated by a Bernini coon. Such on Indian River, tickets will be. sold to'parties basket dinner and fish will be in peeped In on us to-day, but he did not Is not so old M the Masonic Lodge, In Connecticut.Mr. I

t strains,Would charm the god of of five or more on one ticket;' fry or- remain long seeing us so busy. We Athena, Ga., which received Its charter Hector took a trip to Courtney .
der. C. B. Magruder, President; A. L. to welcome him 'though.We .
for' one fare the roifnd trip,till Dec. Slit were glad direct from England. It. may not be and Tltusvllle hut week, returning Mon- 'f: -
P.Bernini Hatch, Secetary. had the pleasure of a call from day. .
negroes, who were cap. -0. F. Paddlson, gen. freight and pass generally known that a lady once belong ,* '
the Life last Senator Matt Quay and son, Dick, Mrs. Faddlson, the Misses Kate, Jeanette The Carleton I Is for the win- '' a
by Sating crew week'il agent E. C. T. Co. ed to this order The lIon. Mrs AIdworth preparing :\. '. >
ling the custom Laws, F. W.,. Leitch and Ben Suey arrived In and Annie Paddlson, and Master Ponon of Newmarket Cork tee traffic and will be for the rM' .
county
i awaiting the decision of the colt -lir. and Mrs. Walter Goodyear, who town from St Lucie Wednesday evening, Monday afternoon. They had just arrived ception of guests In ft sort time. ., "..:, ,\" '

St Augustine. Twelve British were on their way back from the northto and took a special train to Sanford, on ,from Point Caawell, North Carolina Ireland, WM the only,female Freemason Dr. C. H. Stewart and Mr. John T.Berdn ':< ..,
hatched In 18-foot boat for 12 Initiated. She was the youngest
f an their place at Merrltt, gave us a pleasant ever have taken in several .. '(
The Senator where have been the good strings
their tq Washington. they spending
ad living on flour alone for that way child and only daughter of the Right .
call Friday afternoon. Both of them of Sir of ducks lately Y
had excellent disciple
net have made a jolly voyage sport as a summer months; coming here on the A
mini Islands to Jupiter. were looking remarkably well after their Isaac Walton at St. Lucie, and now he steamer Sweeney, by way of New Smyr Honorable Arthur' St Leger, created Fishing( ,Is excellent Bass weighing ,1\
has gone to Washington fishing for an- first Viscount Doneralle,June 23rd, 1'100.! have become' f '
: summer trip. We shall be glad to lee 80 pounds common "*. .
Is well after ,
Service All
line their
telegraph looking
Signal
na. were
beautiful views Mrs. other kind of tarpon. The origin of the lady's Initiation seems catch that no one thinks anything of It. ;' -
all those
Goodyear
all obstructionspeeve
visit and the Misses Jeanette '
been cleared. A local referred to. -Five dollars reward. A punt broke lengthened to have been that, having secreted herself Mr. Hector's Island Is delightfully fragrant :, .t' .':
and Annie have much since
with a full set of Instruments loose from the Eau Gallie dry dock recently grown so In a way so M to observe the proceedings with the odor of night-blooming fjessamine -,'
in each office the line -Captain Henry Van Dorn, of Daytona they have been away that Mrs. Bobbins which II In full bloom ?' f
L placed on ; and any one returning It to Capt. of a lodge, she became so agitated -' now, .
tead of the old box sounder each Is engaged in building a handsome Is left "away behind" In height. Their I Mr. Branch living In his new cottage. ..
with Mercieror Mr. J. J. Daly, Eau Gallle, M to reveal her prell8ncl. After a .
ph table is decked out the steam yacht, 46 feet In length at his many friends (M well M the ADVOCATE) .. It Is neat and well arranged and nicely < -
will receive the above reward. consultation by the brethren It WM j
Any long ,
Ion tickers. The old Eagle bate pereon ; i
home In Daytona. It will be named the are glad to welcome them back again. finished In natural wood, polished, with, "
has been'replaced by 75 glass or persona having It In their possession decided that Mrs. Aldworth should herself hard oil. ,-. } ;
"Juno and will be used for carryingout have taken of their old
d the battery room is a thing of will please return same, and save They possession be Initiated into the ofFreemasonry.
Li eu t. Swift Is an electrical ex- pleasure parties on the Halifax, residence here, and our respected friend, Mr. Joseph Chase WM up from bias
themselves the trouble and of a We hope no Tltusvllle .
expense place near .sbar. He Is engaged te
ad a hustler In equipping the line. Hllliborough and Indian Rivers. The Lieut Swift has been compelled to take
prosecution. The boat Is 10 feet long, lady will secrete herself Masonic hall, pineapple culture M well M vegetable w
machinery Is being made at Murphy's ends his family to the Indian River Hotel M of the antics ol gardening. ,
Farmer Alliance. ; 4 feet wide, and planked over the for the purpose watching "

machine shops in Jacksonville.Mrs. -It Is claimed that there is something he WM unable to secure a house. our worthy Freemasons.The Mr.Higgins, who hM the contract.-far .

I -Mr. S. L'Estrange, the United States Mrs. Asplnwall's house at Eau: Gallte .
edli Nesbitt mother of W. J. Nes- walk of Journal the follow
above about the
aection with the (see peculiar : or step' a Daytona gives for'csrponters.
deputy marshal, who WM killed at Web- WM In town Saturday, looking
i page), Col D. L. Gaulden has just Att, of Melbourne, arrived here from New Yorker and of a Philadelphian by Ing particulars of the drowning of Miss .'t
|red the following letter: bhe left New ster, Sumpter county, on Friday last by .
Canada Monday evening. which tell which : The first death by drowningon but
a stranger can readily Morgan
Lucie
JACKSOHYTLrx, R. E. Bnford, was born In Lewis, Sussex, The St. brought up we kv< .
Nov. 26th. York on the Clyde steamer Cherokee city he Is from. Whether this is true or the Daytona beach occurred Monday, an assorted cargo of oranges green tur-.. y
last Wednesday, arrived In Jacksonville England, In 1830 and WM consequently Miss ) ties, egg-plants, tomatoes, pineapples<*
not we cannot say but firmly believe that November 2. Morgan, an English
\ Dear Sir-Our party will reach Tllie 60 years of age. He entered the English cocoanuta and fish.
the oi,0th Sunday; registered at the Grand "Viewon unless the wretched condition of our lady twenty-one years of age, left '
If no change, on morning navy when 14 years of age, and served Master Chester McFsdden, while play. f
and down the
started
, about 9 o'clock a. m., and Monday night, sidewalks receives attention at an early until 1864. Ho served during the Crimean Carlisle, England, six weeks ago, and Ing ball on the d.l Monday .:

c to go aboard at once, and so toHedge river Tuesday, no doubt glad to get to date, our citizens will have acquired and at the battle SebastopoL three weeks since came with a Mr. and tried to stop a foul balm a new way; ,

and MerritU Island, just her destination.For such spasmodic-dodging. Irregular styleof war WM Mr% Richard Chi Chue and a party of result ft broken arm. <*.,r r ,
pins' as desire us, but I would a In IBM be came to this country : .
: you walk that a stranger meeting us in
from
-W I you not have a sort of barber sale cheap, the cat yacht "RosaInd. Jacksonville will be able to tell where and went with the government upedJ.'tlon friends Orlando, Fla., to the Daytona Mayor Andrews WM confined to' bU- I

basket dinner near, and when f we Ube ." This boat is a fast sailer,and one we hail from U he can get a gllpse at us to Alaska to explore; the country beach, the party stopping at the Dewey bed two suflclently:da7alaat to week.take a He stroll baa. _.recovered downtown. _
view Senator hardee'sgrove House. On Monday afternoon Mrs.Chlpchase .
mile
of the best all-round boats on the river. a away. .
be He afterwards settled in Oregon, where
1 right In it, it would never
tten. Arrange the boat question Size, 20 feet long and 9 feet 8 Inches -Capt. W. M- Black and :Mr. J. W. he remained until about ten years ago, ond Miss Morgan went In Mr. John U. Same the efficient School ',

f the J., T. A K. W., M we must beam.i In excellent condition and weD Sackett, of the Corps of Engineers, St. when he returned to England, remaining bathing near the hotel at about S o'clock Superintendent, pale us a visit last.week.

i to you by them. I am going to fitted for cruising either on the river or Augustine, arrived in town Saturday about After he returned to New and soon after Miss Morgan sank and ana seemed pleased with the school
_ord, Tampa and other points to night; left here on a sailboat Sunday, year. did not It Is not known here.
Finished in hard wood with re-appear.
our people. See tomorrow'sSf4adard outside. for Heath, on a short visit to Mr. Sack York he married an English lady, a widow The Ladles Guild met at the Good '"

...Union and with pretty cork mattresses. and cushions for seats. ett's father (who, we regret to learn, is who Is now in New York City. They whether the Udy got beyond her depth Riverside last Friday, and will inert .
B. W. Jerome Branfley In a very poor state of health); and tooka and WM strangled by the water or WMfrlzed Instead of
tints of trip; very few changes Apply to or bad no children. He had been In FlorIda weekly hereafter fortnightly.
(be made. Of course in case a point Bobbins A Graham Titojville. tf* pleasure trip down as far u Lake Worth and had it by cramp. Mrs. Chlpchase could The next meeting will be held *t Mrs <
Monday morning. They were on a trip about five years, appears,
k entertain us a change must be give no reason, M, unaccountably, Miss L. D.Lock-wood's. f:;:
B; yet the trip la laid off aa we want -Mr. Ceo. H. Reed, the Indefatigable of about ten days. worked at carpentering most of the Morgan did not again some to the surface i Mrs Major Richardson 'Is a pelt? cf- -; ';"-

secretary and manager of Canaveral -The children bad a nice time on time, except the last year, when be WM and no preliminary alarm WM giv, the Riverside. Mrs. Richardson to from

Tours, Club near Pepper Hanlover was in Tuesday night About thirty of the employed by the government He hM Vlcksburg, Mississippi and Is a relative '.t
A. S. Marx. most Interesting Hisses and Masters en. The searchers who bad gathered her for the ,
in London He hM of Mrs. Goode. She 1s win : s
week sister Eng.
this a living ,
S. The "Itinerary" Is a .town a day or so rushing were gathered at the residence of ReT. when Mrs. Chlpchase gave the alarm ter. add U delighted with the. vuntry
sections touched, setting torte thing .. usuaL )[r. Reed has been A. D. Cohen, to celebrate the birthday 'about $200 worth of property la the found the body after some fifteen mlnntet and climate. d
oi each We cat like a Trojan to get everything of Master E. G. Cuthbert, the grandson county which win be taken charge of b,
stages place. working elapsed near the shore opposite the Mr. Wlllet Denyke Is bopping around,
:
of Cohen. valuable
i to get it so to make it an club in Mr. Many present Scott Quakebush W. M. Harwlck and other '
up as connected with the "apple pie brought In as the children gathered Beckhmsn cottage. Dr. Atwood WM on one foot, the being dliubled by- : h
nt MwtYair of the trip. Each onerizeitaad were Bobbins who were .articular. cut While fishing the other day fc* -,
before the members arrive. Be o'clock of the P. Q. i s
order" at 0 p. m. Bongs happy called but all efforts at resuscitation .
keep always The I and It
be thethousands the The friends of the deceased until they can hooked a cat, M cams up vita its \
resounded balmy air.
and coot seen by party on
duck
of this work will be may Miss was'an
[ $100 per page, says were unavailing. Morgan horns set, be attempted to break them
none descriptive matter as well aasunty in the neighborhood of the night was illuminated by the and prettiest hear from his wife and sister. MrIEstrange orphan with quite a fortune la her own down with his foot, when one of theoipenetrated

and city officers In each town some days. We conclude phase of the bright moon Chinese WM noted for his courage, through bin shoe deep into J' ,-
club-bouse lanterns, so that the children could enjoy right, and had, we understood no relatives .;
.*7' touched. Have your section I statement must be correct considering their out-door without dan and would never carry a revolver ..beDdlac1w'glng the flesh and broke, thepoUt remaining" .. v3 %
hU friends la this
sports country.
at or Bear
I In once. The citizens and places duties He deeply Imbedded the wound where itls '
brtued the Urge number oar TUnsville ger. It was decided by A vote taken b1 his dangerous Interred Wood] "
willingly pay the $10a At- armed in The remains were at Plat stllL despite the efforts of the doctor*
to
friend
| to tide at once, and keep me fully sportsmen. are continually bringing ballot prettiest, that girl Miss and Ethel that Rumph Edgar Cnthbert was the WM serving asked this by last a warrant for go Buford,. but cemetery Tuesday, November SO 1800 to find it WIll >>s decided tlutnha,

1 Jut wbat you are doing. home. One lady peeped In at this office was the prettiest boy prevent Edgar be stoutly refused to do so. Ifs was a at 9 p. n. The accident ocenlred witala catfish lire like th* Peaoeratto party-a ,

Tours A.,a. Monday evening, and showed us four Cnthbert Is very popular in our .town man much admired by those who knewhim the second Ha of breakers, and bad thing to tread w. when-* -they hone; .' ; ,
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had shot and we hope b* may see many retains.I la this dty.-JacksonvilU Standard. should be a lasting warning an up. .::0
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Hast Coast Advocaio.r NEWS OF THE "SOUTH, FARMERS'. ALLIANCE. NOTE'? TELEGRAPH" AND CABLE. FLORDA I ,

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BRIEF NOTES OF&AN: INTERESTNONATUaE. WEW3 OP THfJ ORDER AND I:ITS' WHAT GOING ON $IN THE 'IRR011GRO r Tn1: BTATE CLOSED
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J'JT1IY'rtEWS ntOM Alt JOISTS JM THK 'wttAT is EKtiro bosK; hBEcrros ,,.nt..f% lotll nintAttf ip; OUT8IDH ,AFFAir. CO*' the East Fiori t Land and ft lubut CLAREt CII01CK JF b

DetThtIi' just finding out that its Jlewtluutere soFrnEn1 STATES THAt Wltli E2ITKnTAIH ron orbS Abv.o: TKKKKO no: KftWST' DISPATCHES Company, at fl0enEspcnmayZa: UNITED 'StATES IROIrt tIUATOR )'flOtA4XCIT1RO I
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are built in a 1li1Jll1m.Dner, and THE ITKADEn-ACCtDEST: *, rinKS, TRR OKBAT onoAvIz.vzbc.atnoEaEMOM :; nottcsctE AM'S: DOMAI.I: AXD WHAT ot !St..t iiguatine.The SCKNts 1 'C!

FLCODJ,'.: .' THE REFORM FREM. THITCABLB BIU5GS. italian Colony near Ocala are re' A'1'f.

that many of the new palacc.4 are mere --- to have', sold their crop{ of peanut, -. ,
ported
tiro trap while the city haa no adequate At Atlanta, GI\. Saturday Charles M. ) buChel' Tuesday wa< a day to be
a
I The Tony Hart, the actor, ho.* been adjudged ) ,500! ( Im hcls, nt $1.23 thels temC
fire department.An Osborn Wa w'ntenced! to re hung on the grand exposition opens at Ocala, insane. S have ontrct to grow 5,000 I in Atant Seldom, if ever, bcfor U
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: ninth d.iy of nest January for the mur 119 on December 1st. he National such scenes. in
der' of John M. Bradley. Alliance meets at that place cm December2nd. Smallpox i* spreading! throughout St. next year.The the hull of the house of,rep ,
entertaining
W. B. Otrhart a prominent shoe dealer Thousand of'i.. tons from all Petersburg, UUI! is. during mem
:' English experimenter, E.. T. Chaplin tIt Macon On., 'made an niwlgnment to J. part of the country will IKS present. The A fresh expulsion of anarchist from National FaiIDof"Allianco In December,, ap able in t 10 history of the new capita(

has given an account of hypnotizing W. L'abnnlw! cashier of tho Exchange exposition will continue for sixty dRY, Switzerland is imminent. ? visit to Jacksonville last regular meeting ,of for it iij doubtful if ever again sexciting |

'laying hen, and inducing her in that "I'nnk. The firm' liabilities not known, and fruit the will displays be finer of than southern ever1 crops nnd Austria; And Gcrqainv.hftvo: agwd upon the pointed bo rd at of the trade, met 4 few days agor' election will be held Kith I

at, manner to sit,on a sitting of eggs until) amount but there\ f22OOO.II're available': ..gstt*_ to the sub-tropical fruits will be displayed.:aeei. The in the renditions. of tariffs of the respective1countries. and an agreement wan made to divide each r those and hotels hulls.will And bo those remembered about the jtttf,

tt ren. ot them had hatched out. profusion, and all tho bent interests of committee', enthusiasm I n i
A Sun Antonio dispatch, ,Sunday Florida' sunny clime will bo shown to The suspension of William F. Owens SSntototafngri.bhed. a list of names denccs of neldem Scn.

aysl Tho Intt-8t cnterprisc undertaken at advantage. was announced on the New York exchange \S canvass'foi; 8iibgcription'. rybdy-seeme happy. The BC

: The ifdmifaeturert1 Htwrd clafms thai Ar D8as Pass in connection with securing 1 nnulay. her fourth birthday Gordon toot

:: *1he agricultural! possibilities of tho deep water at tat point Is the buildingof OaksdaW (Vftotif'ineiiyt.Sufi :, Rube $mitb, the train' robber, has,-been, Saturday Oakland, the celebrated features of which were a their defeat that good followed humoredly, and (aft.
the ArnniwisPASS says they
and Harbor Island rejoicing were !
-' South aregreater Ihan those of tho balance .' railroad "Tho Washington Farmer Alliance sentenced to life imprisonment ln.thc county .lair exhibits, a barbecue, speaking those who.halt ,lImo
the
for.tho I'no be prominent
unrycjr now Ohio of a ,
penitentiary
of the 'country combined, ol Cif lug iu should 'rim a paper of its own. In other and an elaborate programme ports. warmest supporters. JSverybody.
proctss. States where the Alliance is I M prosperous The.Watcrbury,. Conn., Button company I Everything was" 'ft grilndQ.cces&, Tb'espeech and with rejoicing rjolc
the a great
On aggreg&tafucs and on actual Jack Drenaan, a negro 'employed nt a as it is here, it has become necessary has advanced the wage of ivory of welcome by E. M.' llammond crimson in t

: 'profit to prodact'rt.t sawmill\ at Crnphell, Ala on Monday, to have a State organ. The Washington button turners 10 per cent. and the responses by President-R. F. painted the glorious, a manic
: fclliipona Saw and.his biad ,wa split Alliance is J B. DcPass were eloquent \ -. that, ns ,reporters say brggar.d,j
-- i from the membership1 spread all over Over ,,OOO hatter are Idle in Dan- Rogers and Rev, ecription..
k Five rem ago' those who enjoyed 1 his nose. crown lie did tlowu not* lose to tho consciousness middle of eastern Washington and Idaho, and it is bury, Conn., owing; to tho lockout, but and,were received with\ ,enthusiastic thousand people were
Impossible to show tho progress made or an settlement is looked for. applause. The barbecue! was more 1C crold
early
artesian
the well
in and and three hours at night
bowling on "tenpins" about New afterwards was still alive the condition for the immense crowds. ; U1
present growing of than sufficient
the Al
York city.certainly did not number mon and talking' clearly liance without a State paper. If the General George C. McKee, United The splendid exhibits will be forwarded: ing sea. 'of humanity. The flashi,.
?* receiver'of the I I firewdrks"; bonfires
Stay public money'of light, dozen
Secretary- Hester1 weekly New Orkau* work' ef I local the county collection. t
than 8000, say the Netr York Timei. every Alliance was pub government, died m Washington Mon to Ocala to swell Grange torctilight professions, .waving j
cotton cxchanga statement issued Saturday lished and the |
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;rood"", ,if I( census, would, bo,taken it ii show great good banners, mottoed, ft
another
week of Alliance I II tranlpareDIIC
over 400,000 doing for the farmer day.The the State Experiment '
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the allcv would be counted. amount of thin crop marketed; 301000, pant work, It.would not be long until our or- launched Tuesday from the to visit some occasion, made j ft I memorable gntlgrj
I : tllf li_OOOOfO'mftrL.Th.<. ...,.,...'< t....' .,ffAnlvatlnn: _nnJJ h.In: AAA fa..BA ft {M Brooklyn N Y.. navy vard. Fifty thous- his chief. Director l'!Pass, Not since thu election of a dl'mOP

4 '0' -...,:--------------'."-. --. .. while'olightly 'under' Ist"w week: isbjf ,);;: &heS'tate-:; ; 'Alliance cannot'" -;afford to and people "witnessed the launching. of trpubled the points by foot-rot in the and orange secure belt materialsfor most in president Atlanta.has such t scene.been wltnm
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: The Indsnapolt6I3J'm'a Horn, 07,709 bales than fqr the corresponding patronize or in any way support a part!" A license of incorporation has been an exhaustive study of this! malady in the crowd
seven days of last year. san paper, and if we ore not able.to run Issued at Springfield, III., to the Baltimore Director DePnss has it in his power to Prpmtncnt were the oli

:, ay: *: Aa erratic old gentleman in A Houston, Tex.. sj>ccinl ot'lrondaYJ' un Alliance organ, wo should as least use Tin Plato company, of Chicago, tomanufacture confer benefits on Florida by whatwe ex-confederates ODC-nnned. perkp.

; New York recently went hence' and left says: A terrible accident i* reported the column of independent paper" and sell tin plates 'and tin might great rail a peripatetic system of ex? waving their empty sleeves or hobblm

,a large fortune to be expended! in teaching from near Kyle, Pox, the particulars of V ware of all kinds, with ".capital stock ot pcrimcntation. We mean' by this the about and on ono leg.number Gray-hatred of''Indies h
even a
tys
which are ut thin hour unobtainable* The The $200,000. S of of his staff occasionally " people to eat with their forks. Had following resolution wa paused! by detailing one there. Representatiro'citizens' from tl
one-naif of the payearof the International and Guest Franklin County (Ohio) Alliance at a' Tbo new Spanish minister. Senor to mako studies of physiological phenomena and i
lie left sum to provIo Northern rond while recent partsof Georgia, people .of AtUuli
Miguel Suiarez Guaucs
running at. n high formally presented in the state. A grelot.mRn more
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something for them (o praclce"on'', hi* speed, dashed into the rear end of! *n passenger "Resolved meeting,; That the Fanners'Alliance, his credentials' to the presid at. things will happen in a thousand orongeRl'C'lves and were all 'on hand, fled with, one Scot

inemoras a benefactor 'would: Lave I train on the main track. Some of Franklin county, Ohio, .congratulate There was the tisiial Interchange of courtesies and a thousand cotton fioldi than -unbuadedl enthusialm'priail.

1utcd1oner,*' twenty or more 1W18engc ""ere' injured, our wi.rthypresident of .the 'NationAl in the course of which the ''new there will jn one grove or one field. Andit made electon" of Gordon spcecbo
were 'oto
but none were k minister referred to tho coramercial'relations
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Farmers' is often the that
Alliance.of the United States, case a specialist on ,received with ADppf.ers

A OhIc.g'9lnTentor claim to hare Tho seventh annual meeting of the I for his very able and patriotic address between the two countries in glow. the spot could ascertain facts, by comparison whic. .were .>. !

produced Southern Homeopathic, :Medical Association just delivered, and the cheerful new he log terms. and analysis, which the grower the General

a machine' .for picking cotton that, ,. just closed nt Birmingham, showed, brings us from tho great West and South Secretary Tracy has issued an order would not because of his limited range of During and speaking the cheering, Gordoarrived
on'' the of .tho and tho matchle that hereafter until- 4 1801 the travel and observation.- Florida farmtrt WM.tm
will do the work in the Southern field gratifying progress put energy and momentumof July dous. He was escorted to
of the South., The union of the national and union frnt kGovernor
hoineopathlst ; reportof the movement throughout the coun ensign Di patclt.
for one-tenth the cnt.cost.. The Northen and Mr. Smith
pre presct the committee on "An' ''Appeal forNon'lcctarlln try.He com, through our capital' city jack used in the naval service shall be The Iain-mate',* Burraa.J uf

<-> cost it estimated at nearly) $101 ,000."OW .. ; Mod led Legislation\ ," was from. Kansas, Missouri, Illinois composed of five rows of double star and S. C., in the Timei-Union, has 'the for Hie several crowd. Icnd"wf;.Jteptt.." bowju.

a year. It.follow thatif: this rna. adopted, and will be sent to every legislator and Indiana, to inform us of one row of eight stars, to provide for im, following to say regarding the Southernlater.tate ") said OcTernorJfoi

& chine will do' all that is claimed! for 'It, state and'national, us well as to how the work is progressing/ and to en, addition of the five new states of North Immigration Bureau! The 'Then Iy as countrymen ho, could

the saving effected will bq not much Ies,\ every southern gorcrnor. The report kAte courage us in the noble cause In. which and South Dakota, Montana, )Washing branch was formed June 16, 1800. It.. to soon ns brave 1 bear 1
: : jinterc.sting ono adof gcueral IntcrC>lt. the farmers are engaged for the 'better ton and Idaho: has sent one exhibit lobe,_ shown.at Bos present you a man 1\ ,

lima $$90pOO,000'a r" A special dispatch from1'' Fresno, Cat.sayit .,- ment of their .own condition ,and not The chairman 'the; loan committee ton and two to be shown nt the'lairs In'' it..peace Gordon, nuaqnanimous'Ia'vtctoryJobiB. I"

fiimh Alihea Terry come into only their own welfare, ,but to enlarge of the clearing house'at New York stated the North by the two agents of the bureau. The and la

i Great preparations are being mado in prominence! again Tuesday, byi slapping the spheie of justice and humanity among that ";000,000 in loan certificates bad It has so fAr heard nothing directly again for cheering several was' renewe. *
c the face pf N. O. all classes of industrial workers been taken tho banks A from the Boston but .
.AutIlfor: the forthcoming Australasian a lawyer, Caldwell through by Tuesday. exhibit from the! '' saU Gen.
., whets counsel for tho administrator of this broad land And we hereby-delegate movement is on foot to have the banK fairs it has beard repeatedly directly.. 3Iy countrymen, Goals.
"it Is torlonll that in all&
L: Federation Convention, in which 'the Terry estate'and breaking parasol\ him to carry our greeting to brother far. presidents to offer to take' from the The secretary of the branch here has in of a faces thought
face
all the Australian colonies of Grer.t Britain over his heal and then having him nrrc i. mers in other State, and assure them treasury $tOOOOOOO in small coin on possession about five_ hundred letters of sea upturned no ptrtum tl-

:t will be represented, add tho meeting -ted disturbing her She has been that the'tillers of the soil in the "Buck i condition that he buys 4 per cent bondsto inquiry that have Come directly from the heart of ono who No is foe not faces my fricnlGreat

dinMtlsfied with his method of carrying eyo"i-itate are coming "Uncle Sam": with that amount.. bureau headquarters at It..tei&h.N. C. [ applause] nieti.
; of which will be thflrst toward a We all brethren in thistr
step night. are
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on the affairs of the estate,and when he a hundred, thousand strong. The supreme court-of 'Minnesota has To all of these inquiries" bohas'sent a '
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\U of truth. \Yearti
0 JlatJonaorganI that intended: to appeared to advocate the sale of .certain *. made decision the here umph [Applause.]
; a holding that a round trip pamphlet gotten up by branch brethren and
include all these colonies .in one power. property| her anger carried her WIlY The Farmer Adtixatt, tho btficial paper ticket used by the purchaser\ in going to and he has received several direct answers All Georguns-al 1 Hemo J

ful union represented in a federal par. A San Antonio disputch of Wednesday of the Fanners' Alliance or people's party the. station named and then sold and from the pamphlets thus' sent. This cause is cause, fate is 'fatirapplimucjand -
llament. nays: The new law imposing a tariff of of Kansas, in a recent issue has the fol; transferred, no restrictions appearing, is branch does not expect. direct results your yur God my
f ] so long a* given
__ ____4 $30 her head_on homes imported from lowing to sav of' the future of the- natty; valid in the bands of the holder.. and entitles -. Until a little Inter nn. lint thn Imrnnnhas the abIlity of heart

..Mexico to this country, i' having a very "We shall at once commence to marshal him to .a return passage subject to so far, kept all promises made I tIt: throb, every of impulse brain shall my be in }
Lawyer Simon Stevens sql that when depressing effect ou that extensive branch the host of the people for the conflict, the pr scribed limitations as to the time, and Is considered by it rts well worthy ol every interest of this my unrivalled and I

p lie sold the Maripoii grant fr GeneralS of trade along the Bio Grando border.. and in this great work there. areDuuy etc., and actual damages. may be col. the support of all Its branches. The contrast minus grand

Fremont the., latter realized 91.237,600. Under tho new law the cheapest way of prejudices to ho overcome.. Sectional lected. i, between tliq workings! of the interstate Governor peopleGreat Northen[ was applause.called ]for >

the importing. horse across the. border is to lines must bo abolished, Interests whichare Advices'of Monday- from St. Peters and state !bureau is certainly to the And
S He urged General to $600,000 ixatedly, forced to
put run them over the river, have the custom identical, must .bo brought together burg, Russia, say that a serious riot occurred advantage of the interstate, so far. respond.'all I
; Into a trust,fund. "He was at first .inclined house officials to tt'eir.e and sell tbo'anlmnlvand and the combined forcia of the' last week fifteen miles distant The Winter Park branch certainly "My countrymcu, hl; C

S to listen to me, but Mr. Fremont buy the stock in at from $10 to agricultural and laboring classes! from Moscow. A body of troops shot hopes that the meeting called at Ashvillo ,say to you!is, thank' Go God for Oort
$13 each and receive as an informer.A must be i consolidated against the and ihnll be fully supported and largely At- [LGreatopIJlse.l:
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: wa full of ideas that it could be invested pay .wounded 109 workmen and peasantsfor state that gives him to the .United
Sunday dispatch from San Antonio, forces of corporations, monopolies, trusU refusing to receive the commands of landed and then, if we cun get the next Sa
'of Thank
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by.hlm speculation, and monied aristocrats, who have for legislature to back our State bureau Americ.
say: The most successful and extensive a newly appointed district official. Innddditlon up for the brave and true that
'Ietd'im"untold millions, and ho car yean feasted upon.the substance of the M Ith a liberal appropriation, we can look people. pn
robbery that has taken place in this city to refusing to obey their commands sent him to the Americanpeople:
ned the day." occuricd, Saturday/ night when burglars people. ,Thc coming contest will not tho rioter bound the cfflcinU! for some results from that next year. It crovn'him with ,1
; take place between northern and southern is certainly! too late to look to the their proudest 10\1 p
.... entered tbe dry good cstablbhrccnt: of i with cords and'sent them to Moscow. :StatjB trust him with their highest bow
people of the country. The Intcrrjts of bureau for any results this !?
S Joake Bros.,and blew open the safe securing A YinnaAustriadUpatch !: year.
Tho fact that tho French colonist in Tuesday [Prolonged ]
the people of the 'west"and sou'h A Kteular Bulllr. npplausu.
$3,000: in cash, $100 of the sumhiiu'g arc says: Doctors who have returned from Hon. Jno. B. neii fallowed
GoodwIrTspokh ,
;, Algiers show increasing fecundity, while of tho 1-ccut piece denomination. identical and their political forces must Berlin express doubt 1:1to: the radical A very serious shooting affray oecm red by Mr. W.' A. : tt
tbs French in France It I. bellevcd'that the are I IK) consolidated against the piwcr of corporate Saturday at Riddick, small town on the Hcmpbill.
are steadily.falling. perpetrator cure of )lupus_by Dr. Koch' treatment. Hemphiirs speech was : d
.5. -- It 1ms been and is' Florida Southern
greed the rl"Ceve
the railway fifteen
S who few ,
!' same petrous a nights ago They of the dcc miles
of! in that respect tuggeiU that tbe say, in forne cases! nred I tremendous enthusiasm.
mission of the north of
holy Ocala.
robbed th.c San Antonio and Atk'an&usFnss Farmer Alliance to George Sanders white
to be cured / a '
ocrcr\'lTded suspicious looking pustuleswere A telegram from (South Car- lies s'
.mother ,country or' li- --\ .......Ai'l- thtociar railroad office at Houston $3,000. subdue sectional .prejudice, which him seen breaking out afresh near the I man, crazed with whisker, went into E. read by Mr. Smith, congratulating. Gml

S _'y.tem ,unfavorable to marriage. JucUon, Hiss.: dispatckaays: : James been in the kept by the profcssioal oliticiuns cicatrized wound, und leading Austrfcn : P. Hagard' store, and after flourishing a Gordon upon his election. It n
interest of It in revolver around
The cry i* again raised that the Latin nnd Ira'Jatkcr, couslnuof BjibcJJurrow! tlmoftr this nation monopoly full" specialist warn the faculty aa'nt' over. fleetly fired very carelessly and cle- f'number of its kind recei'"-
to become shot
!indicted ia fcdcjt.c.w..t\ for united. estimating tho efficacy Kock'a method a at Ned Hony, one of
U the the perjury during the del.
race dying out, which, assert *v. : the clerks employed there The shot ,
tpal did
committed the Rube Smith,
of
on A of continued
VToinington Star the fact recorded'i.. The FaJllcl cablegram Monday from London ; not take effect.. T. R. Williams Speechmaking was1 Q
in striving to provfl an alibi for: him 5atbo Lc&wtt.Ltg'" says A plot to steal army: 'educatlonal John and 9::30 o'clock, when the crowd
Algiers and.: Latin-America do not bear Unto of the Buckatunna train robbery (Prlncton, Tad ) say: "If there in a examination paper before the time let Friday, who were standing near, broke up' and grading t
thereupon rushed adjourne
'S were arraigned Monday. Jim single reason why our merchant should for : at Sanders, and after: a aDd
out. Another reason for decadence in I examination bas,bean discovered in desperate of booming of C'on, -
Barker the older ktated he was the not join the funnels In their effort to the struggle five minutes suc '
that I at Aldershot. fires memorabls
1 the and camp Right Hon. Edward eroded in a day that will be I
population 'etrly disarming liim.
army age secure tbo. reforms demanded, we have A who
cause of his brother' action, negro cl*
younger Stnohope of to a
secretary state for history was brought
:, long military' iervice- exacted, 'which, and asked that the whole punishment be failed to discover it. All over the broad war, ha offered a reward of tlOO and a came in just us the scuffle began, and had Georgia's ,

4i with other cause., prevent the mule rlIc& meted out to him. The court" dismissed West the success of the merchant depends pardon to any ono engaged in the conspiracy the no idea street of the cause of it, rushed across TRADE, REVIEW.'
xr -* 5 -!** r Ira' case and sentenced Jim Barker to upon the prosperity of the-rllml-r. when who will confess and furnish the to Sander' store and told his -
lion of 9rFR the fanner all other business IsactIve. brother Bob that two white RErOET or THE CONDITION TRADE W
two yean in the homo pf correction.A prosper authorities with the names of accomplice f men were OJ
n-! ..1,1 i.i_ i- uj i Intelligent farmer make trying to kill George. Bob LAST WEEK.It .
seized
ff no hisgun
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J. ---.c.: -t J + T' J. <-! dispatch Sunday, *ay*: Albert II. merchants and ___ | -
fight town people.
: tin b singular," declare f'ranl LIfo Smith, junior partner in the brokeragefirm They upon realize that business bv'an ana rushed to lingua's stores He O, Dun & Co.'* trade review 5a'

I.... "that the rlie in lilver threatens pf Mll, Itobevon Jfc Smith, at 00BToadway men buy goods firing v"D left raodorn. Two who have
., low SMITH'S shots Toe long a
S Kcw York is a* a; possible and: tell at a very smut BOODLE. hit \ and he fell Up'.te Ifl
a prisoner at .
mortally in DOlletn
Christian missions in for the stock .
also
erloualy-affect profit. They realize that the met.that wonnded Another :
struck
police LeadiiuTffer* yjie4 wjjh over i II ia A STATEMENT' OF THE AXOCKT' or he fell dead. allegro :and the of thrown back
no for trostiand CASH average price
responsible
landi. When silver .worth way Still
eiga < was aggregating another hit
seventy .forgeries, $!JoOOOiJ. combinations THAT UK rOBKALEO.A but John Fri. a lower .tban has been touched
he suffer day did
thirty less it Is Ho ha turned all hU to W. yet front not make a 8f"ou', pint
,twenty or per cent. than) over property their effect a* well AS the farmer. The The last shot struck' woun any for more thiin four]*&

: an American dollar was obviously worth A. *Watson. Tho, for the benefit of the of bit creditor farmer know ,that by legislation aloun New York dispatch of Tuesday says: came In A rear door, a fc'fclwlao negro woman, who The check now ''lUtaine ml y not to
discovery Intimation
forgcriti,
Silver these evil be eradicated. The attorney for the ass of Mills probably shrinkage i*
S in tho debased coinage of foreign can The merchant Mnee of what was going sme
Which cover a period of six eaN, was on Insld. She
) Ifolx-son & Smith, furoULed is transctionl and diminution of profit
is aware of the lame fact Then a statement not badly a
L countries twenty or thirty: ,.ccnt, more awldently made, Saturday morning, hurt nurlnlt the but
by
pe. why: not join together In securing 'if the liabilities and assets uf the firm George Sanders firing, industrial and commercial conJitio*
than it ii now. In other,words, the riseS a stock clerk in the employ of Mills, tha-needed legislation. To advocate this iu which the liabilities are stated to be and tusbl-d escaped out from his captor, have been so favorable that speculatedisturbance
Robtson & Smith. In bin coofcnaion of the
: In silver ho brought the currency of Smith he used the iej slation through the &!d jxirties that $O'ooO, aud among the assets,' to bal- door when front are leas likely to affect tlf
obtained charge
of
silver land pretty nearly 'to an equality: his say reimburse money are in the clutchea of these trust and mince the account $362,000 ia charged from't:. hird- hot general business seriously. Reports tn'
| forgerIes to customers assailant
iy Smith the was other, cities how pai""
combinations I hare had against AH .defaultingiwrtncr. that at most
folly. They
with that -countries linking on .a gold of' tho firm who bad lost money: ou his the opportunity and refused. Iu view The attorney *ny* the defaicilions lodged in nU scalp anti face m1kllll events in Wal street nave had In
>.tloo. oul11light
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a..ia. It 1 said that'the Methodist Mia I.Iggt the tins flvh W.UadiAmnut tie or '
of this fact there remain but 'one upon imiouut to about Bob Sanders lutt no a* :yet. At Phlae.

: jionary Society'' will, by reason 'of the A New York dUp tch says; The Gould chance and that ia through a new purt .. :fa6 ,ooo a* Dear us Lc is pble to appruxi.- munition, turned, having exhausted hIs llIl. phi money Li tight, and llte
party have gained control of the Pacific mite it, and that the amount of buitha to mercial
If merchant and laborer are wise tl1..v'will paper ti lWD.
S /' flee in silver require a special appropriation Mail Steaul.hll'eomJ"nl.t a meet- join heartily with the farmers for individual\ stealings wi I reach $130,000. but some ODe in the kr4oU5Vno .. I Wool otee buying mO

pf $20,000 to meet the increased Tbere was organUcd in Cticnjo; during, thIS bettering of the condition of aiL Jl uk 8&lpt'rIDtl'ndeDt Prvtou ou Tueml y It a chul.'C of buck"hut at him. liberally, with a slight advance- in fl**
wu lodged
: cost of exchange in'' India, and that all the past few daft one of the largest c"rpontions StatSlica! prove th it agricultural: is on the made.liitl"vit relative to the amount otawet loins and:he in h'l side, alJ omen and Leather i thf 5!

other religious' missionary societies will In in the world. The ,decituo and that farmer* a* a class! are and liabilities of ihu North. River fftint., fell tl) the groun,1 in a dead trade larger than lt Itrungul year, k
S chart wa* filed in Springfield Wedn *. It wk. It bhowed ho About the tire the bri.k
not prosperous. The very nut tiro of assets to U.ua.coo: ; MioD whole than late. Building! is l
.be seriously ,:!&- ted.It day. The name of the new .('"mp.anyl, thing teaches that when such a condition lubilitii-s $3,500,000; Oefictucy. $W 1.. aid the(shout", 230) wu in the pp"Iretl than in,any o previous year-and J

the American.Harvester Company, for tho confront the firmer, the met chant lIa(). After daark"il.t neitelnt ltevailed. jn real estate are lauguine New prO

S It i* interesting: $o know th'at when the manufacture of harvesting machinery, sad laborer will not prosper.Vhen the thed from,Ocal Deputy ,8hliJ Sellers ar. finds money a coton I*
with a capital stack of $33,000,000. The ship of the farmer imrUneH, thu oo..t.ftho hh of twent" low ht year', but rcp*
S new naval- vessel. are completed the cff director of the new company will be U.II. merchant muot go down with IHT. To HE RAISED THE FUNDS. anal ho men lie .rr'tfl JM Snden with a good demand augr for all .tb

'; ctire force of the United State navy McCormick William L'&ering'alter act this ttrandiuv! uf l..th lie uitrcuant .u1 qU'ntyI01"ed: hin in jiit at report co y monev and a good tllle..
A. Wood Lewis Miller A. L. and aCT UA XOT vrrottTUt: yss TUt ASTIOf* Cala 'mae sent there
in ,
Conger must .t aside his fo-4uh char of Savannah bus tO'
: compared with (he Euro).>eu uavis* will ca prejudice JII'OtIITUUIL vhaid aha e a report* meney titht.
sheriff
Uen. A. S. BuslinfJL 1
*. a* the farmer has already dom lie 'alfl active. Jac-ktsouyille..earlier uortntf
be a* folio wit United State Probably dIe within & ,
forty-two of the director of .that -- '
: lug company end stand Iu>ulJtT to shoulder ugaiiuttho tWlnty-f'ur hours. trivet T6.01account .
causes activity.
A dispatch of SunQav from 51 1, CariJ. Quiet was at Ut usul
of which'five will be battle .hltnnd ten Wednesday, the re.ll.Uatlt1nl of Edward and
common enemy- thu 1&100"11".tr. amid rtor the sh .in f 'urglncnolilon -
Ill, wjs: The bankIuii* firm of posse 1ttur remarkabty 1'
J.autcrbach. C. )1. SUhgt-e and Oliver A
other armOlClvepela.; EnglAnd, wventyclj rayno were tt'N'Ivtdlnd George Gould, THE OILEI1 EXPLODED Cowling, Oowenlock & ('0. bd <-k*> '*}l.Cowlin" l. c 011 of biut but.mor' l ,

: armored 291 unarmored; France, Jay Gould and Russell 8ge were elected president of the Wok. died daNevem&r ciTof mua 1. in w>il* I

fifty-seven armored 203 unarmored U-.H.. JUIItLTniQ ix' TUE PIATII or THUSBAKU )iEx 5tU. The depOMtort exprt-tnl coUeCllot .,
Then
; to their place J. U. Uouton re IJIWJBTASTPVcVlh nVaIig '
?- aia, forty-dUe armored, )19>.vaarmored, shine i the offlco pf pn'.id!nt, sail wa TUB WOCSDINQ.: or FlU: OTBKU the bask to remain c:1Q8el1lo1 a few day. ''r.I want yoq to &UN of th tie for wcc PUItSbU'' '
dove
-- bur after week became go Cpa\
succeeded bv G J. imu waiting a they itn- th Qtl
.S and Gennaay: forty armnfad oip Gould who A terrible{ accident re 1 wan, t.. ick tow' wek .
eLdyI liaUlywaVr a re Jution that Mr.' took t\ acn at patient sod wanted their nionry. LaiC > foryuu."" out a nuw 1&year- I

;4 firt.unartnore.d... "But .tbe'coDiJ.. > Uouton.bo. i-lccted rii.prwidcfit and Mertztown, W., Alooday niorniojr, resulting Tu *day th/J cufhier, Dave Co*'en lock, Have we tint c ,-

with tlie* v.retg power of the world I gdnvnl mABiprr.' TJhU rcaolutiou WM in tU Ue&fh of three mfa and abe formerly of Mount Vcroon. IlL kit turai 11w14 Ioi. Emily t.u be fo the F- nUIG TB*
Mrriou injuring of five oth.rWhat! the fuadik A* he did nut return, 1.54 !rel1ia1 the He JOTa"
tarried without dissent.GU5D ,
S J* mor flattering, admit the W hing- the empluyv of Edward Tmler1 Move telegram were seat out in all directIons "tDltlDI hu watt "pII atm waq t\g' 1 t

ton SUI, 'than that vitb the >alUr baa bis_ boql1' Ia nlLaW-. factory were (>repariog to go to work; sad for Lint bat no flu to his whereabouts after one i '. onlys BUI. Id a Ippr at D\li

holland P.a..lor aa ztaadr niD to ba bailS by the epyinoer wa getting up ateta ia tl>c ba been discovered. Saturday 'clk"I 'narlg. aJ1. .-
u Spain, momuigreorivcr .\
aval
po..1Gcl1 ,
rr-a capi &U-t*, (or u.. .i.aiUt c ur otIh boiler, osa large Duller .d. Ttbuildiaff rht 11 dr. Go &t -
Turkey, China, Svedea and A.U. ......,.. or .* cra4a tow M ISO ... explod e a wa appointed and the *kfopened. ready. Id get head, wyMUtiMmooB .
and Ikp
Italy wb&. ar. 'sow kap.n.a. Tb* miU win tie was completely wrerkvd, It- contained less than 200. an& g aro t It ia't l "*f
: tna, for we an .1IfJMd \>j tbeea all I ..... -pwpo, 1100 b&a4s. TVit/- Henry Epler, &....."' 11 Hilbert aihartea -d 124 **pi oUtioa Is that th* cwhUr got I. tea bl rail j will co.. h* asked becausey.mz'ro' tun"**

:i .,...with tie wtw ikliI a 4t4." gw baa .s As !' O.aaW w.. ta-uatly killed. awe 1 wiU $l .COQ w $W.Owa .I.I ..PMI"Junki "So,""*,Ud u s, sadly edged, "r* tr fl b"uarUr.

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t GINSENG PLANT. record (In Errope: or America, tin lion ')itolI >iy hteft from 'tooolrtAdy ; DVlUtOW1HG: aid"s:l ooboa
quotes hh own experiences of tho tffccU familiar wooden knob or Mtrwnirjr -- I A Hornet. Carrie off a Spider. The True Builders! t the Pyramids.AH .

---' of II dose of ginseng, compounded In known, ft* tho !root t>r btmton of their Ihs Chance Wanderings of 1\-Womanspoils "Yon may talk about the running of tho magnificent building of

tt lIE CHINESE TO BE A sonic manner /.uasnown. : .tn, him And early furnttare. We know ourselves how .a, Big Robbery. Iho fox, t>nt yon should! hate seen how 1'arlsat'h: made* of' ljrn\ ,MM-taken i
PANACEA.Jtqro, strongly flavored with\ Musk, in universal convenient It Is to 'hang and article of 'If' '
.' Fifteen determined a wasp turned tilt ,tables on a spider< from quarries near the city. These
Chinese ,: thieves!
fashion. lIe was suffering dress nj>on a door or drawer handle. or years nijo
the time from vomiting, with acute pnin even" on the collet of n so*'thrre on n big bank robbery. The bank selected last summer," said a man, the oilier quarries! are composed lay' rsr made

t tlr : Than': its Weight&: ia in the head and atomaeh. There were exists: no' doubt that Jredpnst it "'M' was in a panned' Jersey' Tho evening, when they were telling hunting entirely from the tiny shell, of microscopic '4
old-'What, the Plant is, andaro othersymptonisuggestiv of bilious! drsntery. how' the Normans hit upon the Men of emprise was ] and principally!
tories 'Ono fellow loss
day a animals. No than one
it is Found. Thc Chinese doctor asked for !temporarily rttla6hfng one garment to pushed by acrv clever,. pickpocket\ : "
half a cup oftea nod threw into it about .another.--Hrookljn Citizen called "Mollie Matches," alia JohU Lar- sportsman and 1 wrve returning from hnmlfed and thirty-sown.species exist'
Attention of the Chronicle: has dozen minute red drank ncy. He w ss a man of enterprise courage : Hicro :
a pills. Hue : a successful t tramp for 'grays' on thoTicouderoga In these limestone' bed*. are
By beetf directed to the fact that proMs the tea and noticed im and brains, and, what was just as'
immediately an
have been made to cultivate the in his symptoms. The AI'nICAN'1mA1U ?. Important in a job of this sort, holed flats, up in Kssex County. other little beings, not so small, that
provement .
eng plant, so largely used in Chinese improvement went on all tho next day, aioncr--loU of it. Matches was not n AVo were resting on tho top rail did nn enormous sham of rock-build ,

ieall'rlctirl't for"exportation td the when, having taken another cup with six; They Kill Men Just for the Fun of "gopher man" himself, and in no wise of nn old :fence when our attention ing. They have received the name q
|iddle Kingdom. In ,one sense there: globules of tho tho : worked on banks in a l practical ]H>r onal
ginseng extract
I It Sometimes sound Latin word
inducement was! attracted.by a buzzing nearby "nllmmullt s, from the .
for ginseng root at one malady had disappear! There were : way, Ho belonged to tho aristocracy of
(
i was worth f 1000 a pound tn the no convulsions, nor headaches. nor pain I "I had the pleasure of witnessing a rogues, was a prime pickpocket in' fact, which we soon found to come from "nummna," meaning "money," 'because 1

ketnt'eklu and Canton. Ginseng in tho stomach. One of the circumstances native African execution once," wild E. and if omo light-fingered McAllister one of those big black hornets that tho shells resemble coins.

Interesting in ,another respect:' it Is which makes it very probable, if I .Glare\ at the Sherman House yesterday.Mr. eve writes a book ho will\ tell you such hunters \ steer clear of. commonly '
generally In
|basis of tho Chinese eu'xirof life. not certain, that gingscng entered largo: Glate Las just returned from Alaska, a. man belongs to roguery's "400." Jermany they are
a tho botanical ,description of tho ly into the Imposition of the pill is the where ho has been exploring the interior, Matches did the outside work.. He The"old fellow'my In a spider's web, I called tho "devil's money." They are I ISo

nt it till referred to the nralincoc's fact that these pUb are considered a but for six years prior to that ho wa in procured the tools, the section jimmies, buzzing away. Wo saw at tho second I perfectly formed that one cannot

shrubs or tree having the general "panacea," and are called "!lng-pa< the Congo country with Stanley "I had the spreaders, puller, wedges mauls, glance, however, that ho \was not en. help thinking, on first looking} at them,
acteristics of the umbclliferce, but that is the pleasure of seeing this execution and tho'suction-rmmps powder, fuse.
to "supernatura putty
you ytnn say, with 3
frerlng respectW.the fruit, which treasure for-all desires;" also that the. of knowing that I wasn't strong enoughto saws, files, drills and 'drill-brace, as well tangled In the meshes at 111lie\ that they have been stamped a

arc consists of more than two carpels patient, after taking the pills, commonly Atop it. I was allowed to witness it as various corrosive acids for eating iron would keep quirt a moment and then die. In some places mountains of l

i It 'In the form of a drupe. Arnica breaks out into profuse perspiration, only on the condition that I and my com nnd steel. These tools are necessarily buzz again. Ho continued! to act in great height aro made of their ''shells.In t
--jaefillirt, the-panat quinquefolia of : this being a recognized property of gin anion should unarmed.. Hut for that hand-made as in tho nature of things and' '"
about minute such
ureoll( ; is an herbaceous perennial seng. Other medical men wiio have should<\ have shot the chief and .the, they Can only be ordered of trusted men.: this manner for a Kgypt: the layers aro of ex '

largo and spindle-shaped root. tested tho properties or' the genuine executioner. Afterwards I did lave) The men who make them are among the we were unable to account for his tent that since centuries before Christ +

stem! is about n foot high, bearing Chinese ginseng affirm that it is a forces enough prevent it, and for two best artisans: in tho world, and the cracksman strange conduct. IVcyy noon, "tip tho rock has been used for, building

tt. summit a whorl of three tmlnfately; powerful aphrodisiac, but this has not years there wercn t any wanton killings. tools they turn out are light, elegant from its den among the rails came a The ancient pyramids and
o.7) foliate lcavesnnd_ a ngloirn- been confirmed in the case of the ginseng Tho missionaries have tho place now, and accurate and of great power. Tho purposes.
;J leaflets bboviito:oblotig, acuminate; exported from this country. the slaughter is going merrily on Soft tooN for the New Jersey robbery were good-sized\ spider, which bravely grappled the Sphinx: aro tnado of this rock. '

_ naked, slender, as long as tho The form of tho ginseng root probably words won't atop it. Hilt I am drifting made in Cleveland, under the directionof with tho hugo Intruder. It then llctls of lignite, kind of tIRlt. ntsh-

iol$ ; flower; yellow ish-grecn, ap- contributes considerably! to the Chinese away from my story. Some old woman a man who was once the chief police became clear that the action of tho ed coal!, are also found amongst tho ; "
ring irt July In North Amenta the notion that supernatural virtues are inherent of influence had died, and accordingly, officer of that city. They cost Matches
>itat of the plant is'in rich upturnods in it. Fragments selected miscellaneously celebrate the occasion: a slave had to 1800. Tho bunk was selected because hornet hail been only a wily ruse to rocks!; of thja age. With it Is found

from Canada tho mountain from a heap of the roots bear 1\ bo so rlnced. Ito was lashed fast in a eta vacant .house t on ,one side, attract tho 'spider, for ho at once stung the yellow amber, which Is only fossil .

he Southern States. The valley ot. singular:: resemblance: to the human body kind of a seat, and a pliant stem about while! two streets and an alley were'on tho plucky little defender to death and resin from a species of pine tree. It w tl
I Ohio is particularly favored, but fifteen feet long stuck into tho ground the other three.
and limbs the headless trunk and indivl
||ro is no systematic cultivation. dual memlers., The Chinese name gin- near him. Thu top of it was bent over It is well to say right here that bunks, flew away with It to his big nest ina Is abundant on tho shore the German ,,

ao familiar term panacea, meaning a scng !is derived from this circumstance and tied fast to his head, so that: his neck and especially those weak banks in small thicket of blue bcechesonanelgluliors Ocean. Insects arc often ,found preIIO'ct1ln -

_ ttwly for all diseases, is sufficiently In the Northern, Middle and Western was as taut as II' flddlo"string. That was'iho country towns which nro the "gophers') lug hill,"-[Xcw York Tribune. It n* perfect as. on tho day
_tout ,in tho botanical appellation or !:;tlte'lvll re the ginseng plant is grown first time I had seen them\ use ono of pride and joy, had better know who ball imprisoned. The first bee'
eng, namely, panex qumqucfolium. for exportation, it is found to prefer i alight their soft =Iron knives, and ,I ciprcted possession! next door.- That is where they wcro t
3' Chinese have used it in medical sandy or loamy soil with ashclterei to sco the poor fellow's beck haggled Into danger generally\ comes from. .i Snow WhUe Swallow. of all tho ages was found in amber,

_ctico for centuries, and it !s a. curious situation. Ohio, West Virginia and Min. rags, but I heard only a'click when it Matches:began by bribing the janitor Ornithologists}iu Paris are ,much interested "an embalmed corpse in a crystal ,

unlstance that while European nnlerlcan ncsota are tho chief States in which tho struck the bones of the spinal column, of tho. bank, who was also its night! iu tho ,'discovery of n rare coffin." With It were found fragment
resident physicians in China plant is collected in considerable and tho man's head shot away like a pebble watchman. IIo led thc talented robber
e agreed declaring that tho ginseng quantities, and it receives any hut little ac. In a ,sling.; A fountain of blood Inside ono night and tin accurate plan of bird in tho shape of a snow-white of flower and leaf, as' If tho resin

:'has' b<)/ !,ctivo ,medical properties tive cultivation: When dried the rootIs spurted from his"neck, and the body tho bank with its money vaults was 1'a.110Thll novel pectmnn-of tho dropped on the flower upon which the

_ tey r iho natives of Cores, Japan, yellowish whito and wrinkled' xter. worked and twitched exactly as a chicken made. Then Matches rented' the house feathered trlbo carne to light lately In.a bee End allghtcd.and enveloped both..

ttbse.Thrtiry and Thibet alt attribute nally. Within it consists of a hard central docs when its head is cut oil. Tho head next doer, paying for a month ,in ad nest which, was built by tho parentbird _[!$; t. Nicholas. t
|t, tho most wondrous virtues was chattering its jaws u
The portion, surrounded! by .a soft whitish rolling\ up vauco. Ono Saturday: evening the gang .
ne80'import 27,000 pounds a year bark. It hns'afecblo odor and a sweet, and its eyes. assembled and the work began. Saturday under tho caves of a glass roof Cheese. +
".root from Corca.ftlone and another slightly aromatic taste somewhat like "It's awful, the amount of killing\ that lens selected because the work was covering a court in the extensive man Foreign
POO( is on in Afri 1I. 'A tribe will make take ttmo 1 toque<< fort chcoso is made from
_ pounds' annually imported that of liquorice root. It i IR rich in gum ,goes upa going to and they would need of tradesman residing in
j'' the. United 'States.. In Corca tho and starch nnd contains albumen.-[Sa party and go out to make captives! in until Monday morning to complete it. ufactory a ewes' milk; tho chief, place of
g,1s raised from aecd. The seed Francisco Chronicle an adjoining village They wait until Their purpow was to tunnol into tho the district of Grnncllo.)\ The whito manufacture is tho .village of r!

k'.arc 'planted out and ,frequently : after night and then fire upon tho Tillage bank from the neighboring house. Descending bird was born with two' black apcclincng -
lantcilAndmaturityls reached in : until its defcn'lent are killed. They take. to the basement they began, Koquofort situated In the department .
AMMONIA AND ITS USES. of which fltw
at soon
Eyears. In tho ordinary way tho gin- tho rest of the folk and mako slaves of guided by their map cf the bank. ono away of 8.;Aflrlquo Gruyere Is made 10''a1

f,{La prepared ,for'commercial cxpaon : -. them. Some are killed fur tho mere fun All night !they mQII 't 'and tolled Iq I a,* fledged, whereupon tho tradesman, small town of Switzerland: lathe can.
,, by dryingJho root over a charcoal It U a Sort of General,Benefactor toHousewly of killing them, come arc ebii;litorcd! to the basement. A good deal of work wits In order to keep time other two, trans of
bo oaten, some for sacrifice, and others before had ton of FrUjoursr. Ie Ss mixture .
n. them, as I they to tunnel under formed the glass-roofed court Into a
here is oilier" i lan 'not' die from cruel treatment. About five out I milk ,and.I.1
no > even the tho open yard between the buildings fora t-C-r smut gU' very-,.
Irk which' furnishes A little ammonia' in tepid water wi'soften of six I taken dio' violence. temporovlary rhotogniprs We .
quinine, or every captives by space of let .feet. But they kept on, In flavor 'font( I>'Or it .
and :
cleanse tho Ilk in. strong
'pop py, which yields opium, of whichan As a consequence interior Africa for they were within fifty feet of }200,. boon taken of the inow-whito swallow "'
bo truly said that it i.'! worth its Spirits of ammonia' will often relieve'8evcl1l a it being rapidly depopulated. One may :000. At last the earth taken out beganto and will he tent to 'the leading natn- 'French soft cheese, tnado f roni cows '

light, in gold< as is the ginseng of headache. go for hundreds of miles and not see a encumber that part of tho basement I milk.. ,Livarot ia a. sktavrntlk cheese;:
: The American product is proba- Door plates should be cleansed by rub man, but may note tho charred stumps where the "gophers" weed at work. ,rallsts'of the city, one, of whom went
about twlco tho weight of Camera-
Identical. in all'respects, but it, does bing with a cloth wet with ammoniaand which mark where villages' have once One was' detailed to Tarry it back In a' to Groncllo In order to tludytthe; a
It ,command, the water. bert. It takes itt name from A town
been.
prices Even withina. -[Chicago Tribune. bosket and in
it
largo
dump a rear room. I
If the color has been taken out of silk feathered curiosity This gentleman
la-.past year American ginseng) hasten ,rProteotlon This rear; room had half.windows from In tho.Pays d'Ange, about ntno miles
by fruit stains ammonia will usually restore -. however too late to tbo bird
l.'CO:
from' $ ( to about GO( cents amnd which could was, too
ono Into the back
tho color. : Against Tornadoes. son yard, from LMcux, tho headquarter of Ih
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in Chinatown, but the Corona button alive. It perished probably becausetoo ,.
.icte'Is still To brighten'arCts) wipe them with. I Inovel' "gophers"never thought of th.tl; manufacture of Camembert cheese at
a royal monopoly of tho ''
st warm water in which has been poured a.. When; trying to escape from a tornado they were thinking only of tho bank and much care wa taken 'of' !It or
valuable character. Almost
the time. This is of the
every tho one
$200,000. Matches not with present
was
few drops of ammonia.' run to the northeast, cast south.
dicine': used' by Jhe': Chinese contains or through fright.at tho number of pco-
which Ono or two teaspoonfuls of ammonia east. Never take refugo in forest or a them, or tlils mistake might have been most popular French' cheeses, and,U a
Inscng, is variously,spoken of as plo who tp stare at it natural
camo as a
averted. Ho told this himself
added to of water will clean windows of trees or that mo story ,
pure spirit of the earth".and tho !"plantat a pail grove near any object prnfltabl4aourco of Income, workmen
and was confident nothing would have The ilcad.blrd"will' hettufled
better than soap. may bo overturned by tho wind. A curiosity. .
gives
immortality. In Chinese! quantities' 8assonage
A few in 'of water frame building is safer than built of gone wrong if his mastermind were consuming enormous : -
irtary it is collected with drops a cupful warm one and sent to tho Museum of tho
at tho many prekutions applied carefully, wilt remove spots front brick or stone. The former is mere elastic .' there. it a pressed cheese, mado' from
beginning of spring and Botanical Garden whcrq there It already
Trouble began In this wise. The card ,
e end of autumn, and even this paintings and chromos. and. holds together longer; tho latter cows' milk, manufactured In FtAUCCT'I :-
pro- down in "For heat was still in the front a white magpie which still lives
act, though less esteemed than tho Grease spots may bo taken out with goes the first crash, and the .
lorean, is estimated to be worth three weak: ammonia in water; lay soft whit' debris is whirled into a heap in the cen window. The thieves overlooked that, and hops about among Its companions, Japn' Fish are'Tame. '' i
lines paper over and iron with a hot iron. tre of the foundation. In a frame structure too. It caught thc eye of an old Irish ,
its weight in silver. An early I from which It only dllcr In color.: -
woman bound for } The Japanese make duo fish
aveler records that the of When acid of any kind gets on cloth. the cellar is the safest place, but ina early moss on a Sunday very
hint employed In one year Emperor 10,000 .Tar lag, spirits of ammonia will kill it: Apply -I brick or stone building it Is tho most morning She coveted" the edifice for a [London Telegraph.Sir ing tncklo ; but assuming that the carp '

ars tn procuring the root. From China chloroform to restoro the color. jxrilous. lit tho former case tho debris, "boordin'-house. It was. locked, so she of Klga are fairly representative of
t was formerly to Keep nickel, silver ornaments ammounts is carried away from tho foundation, went about peering into tho windows. Loin's Knighthood.
exported Japanwheret tho fish 'In
Looking down tho basement Japan at large, there seems
through rear ito
while in tho latter
bright rubbing with woolen instadco the cellar is
by
t obtained tho .
who
first
TJcro havo
by Dutch been dozen of '
ntroduccd it into ; cloth saturated with spirits of ammonia. filled with it. The tornado cave offer windows she deserted a pilo of fresh explans.dons ha little use of !It. "'fho)* are tamer

1,Ginseng has as curious Europe and historical' a Old brass may be cleaned to look like absolute security to life and limb, and earth on the floor. Tho "gophers" hud given for tho origin of tho "sir" than any pigeons: ," Sir Edwin :Arnold

"rmncctioa, with tho relations of the new by pouring strong ,ammonia on it no means of protection can replace it for been dumping dirt there about thirty at applied to tho loin cut of tho beef. writes "ani the
couio voraciously to
minutes. ,
nited States and China .the tea nnd scrubbing with a scrub brush;; rinse that purpoEC.I regards' protection to
chests
as "/Lv Oi tuk 1\ said tho old Irishwoman The /ollowhig I le the truo story of tho hank (to be fed scrambling fur
rhich the "paiuted pitched intpston in clear water. I property, no building can be made sufficiuntly : dices
harbor had Injuns'with the'severance I A tablespoonful of ammonia in a gal. I large, strong, high or low to roNt _. tO herself "(lI'd. make tlnlun'lord ol'lglllot tho term i James I., on hit of bean,cake, and putting their gold

ft the United States from Great: 'Britain. Ion of warm water will often restore the force of the tornado. vortex. cline iuttbe basement, shure." Return from along wearisome, tramp and brown note high out of iho waterIn
he JIanchurta colors in carpets. It willalso remove There is no changing the path of tho And then slip journeyed on to early
: ginseng was literally with a hunting I'artrV18 delighted
rorth its weight in gold in the Chinese whitewash from them. tornado by the employment of explosives mass and the connotation of her soul. their struggle to aoeuro the more

narkets a century and a half ando Yellow stains left by sewing machine or by any artificial barrier. To Thc morning and part of Sunday afternoon when ho sat down to dinner, which scl. When a ploco of cake fall on. '

ancnal embassy from Seoul, iu ago Corea, oil, 0'0 white, may be removed by rub. contemplate the dispersion) of the cloud aped by. No bees ever worked like mainly consisted of roost loin, that he the dry rock, near- the water they'
reduced a golden harvest for the Corean bing the spot with a cloth wet with ammonia by the use of any electncal contrivance Is tho diligent "gophers' nearing tho laid Ills sword across It and knighted ,
[merchant. Tho Dutch merchants, at before washing with soap. also Hie. All buildings should bo constructed 200000. Tho pile of earth in the back try to throw themselves on shore, aadeven
of ammonia and would done basement At 3 o'clock in It a* "Sir Ixlu. At Chingford, };I. their fin
lbany and' throughout New England Equal parts turpeatine be without tho grew apace. use for )legs in their

became aware, through the Indians, that will take paint off of clothing even if it knowledge of the tornado, and then protected the afternoon tho old Irish woman, her sex, England, at a deml-palaco called eagerness to, obtain, the prize, Tho
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be hard and dry. Saturate the legitimate insurance. Protection mind 'fraught with "boordin'-house,"
.tho precious plant grew abundantly on spot as I "Friday Houso" or "Friday Hill
fish 'In the'
often as and wash in must be determined to take another look at that opening story of the 'Arab-
out
[the hills around Stockbridge, in :Alossatchusetts. necessary soap] accomplished by organized IIouHc there 1 I. till yeti the '
The root was shipped in suds. capital\, the safety of one being assured eligible structure that itood next the prelll Ian Nights,' who were colored bias/

Dutch galliotstdown the Hudson! thenceo Put a teaspoonful of ammonia in a by tho legitimate and successful cooperation bank. She returned. She was astound table used by tho monarch upon that >ellow, white and red, and who talked
Amatcrdapi/anct London, where'the quart:'of water, wash your brushes and of many The writer strongly ad- ed at the growth of the mound of earthin liliUrlo occasion Bet deep In lu the
roes sold to tho East India Corn- combs in this, and all grease and di'! vacated this method of dur tho rear battemciit. From mall, inconsequential trlnSlIa ,could not have been
were protection the center of the table which
will Rinse his tornado heap it bad grown until more marvelous In hue anil
any at a profit of SOO rent. The disappear. shake and dry in leg West certainly
per
Lmerican ginseng broke the market fora the sun or by the fire. in 1800, And now several million dollars' tons of earth were now, cumbering the : It of oak, there It a bras uot more Intelligent. '

| time, but the price rallied after a whilo If those who pcrspife freely would use worth of property are thus insured every floor. plate with tblInscription'All lover* .

land since then a steady stream of ginseng little ammonia in the water they bathein joar.-[ ovum. "lIo\\11 virgin, but the house I U of roast beef will like to know that on Lesdvllie's JU.'ud Y.fA.
has been to'China every day it would keep their flesh haunted completely(J" exclaimed the
>Ohio and Mississippi exported ,valleys, where from it the in clean and sweet, doing away with any The Effects of Forests. horrified lady, and started straight for a this table a loin was knighted by King The rise and. ,fall.of,. LeadvIHe 1*

found in limitless,, quantities. It was disagreeable! odor. priest.The. James the First upon his return from tersely told in the omen.. In the four

Captain Shaw, an American citizen, the Flannel) and blankets may be soaked in At the International Agricultural Congress cleric was not superstitious and bunting In Kpplng Fore.t.VAr ." years preceding 1880 the famous car.
"t first Consul of the United States to China, a pail of water containing one tablespoonful at Vienna one of the first papers smiled at the spook theory. Uo started Lonalo' from 'wlfdeme
I who shut out the British-taxed tea and of ammonia and u little suds. read was by )I. Prosper Demontzey, "On for the house. On the way he notified a amp grew a **
;.opened up commercial relations with Kub as little as possible and they will be the Prevention of Torrents and the Ilcaf- sergeant of police at a minor station. \ Poetry. of mountain and gulch td a city of 11,- a .l
!China by declaring that "tho Americans white and clean and will riot shrink. foresting of Mountains," in which he de Thu sergeant knew, his bualncss and at The landlady of a South Division 000 Inhabitants.. Like all communities

|must have tea and they seek the most One teaspoonful of ammonia to a teacupful scribed at )length the experiences of the once divined tho scheme of the tbl" .. street bearding-houso hu the motto In dependent solely n.lncral re- ,
lucrative market for their precious: root of water will\ clean gold or silver! forest Department of France of which lie was also an ambitious officer, and determined upon
f I. ginseng," jewelry J a few drops of clear aqua ammo be is the administrator lie pointed out to make the capture without her dlnlnjj-room: "Young men that sources, the town is declining-with the i

!, There.not a single book of travel of nia rubbed on the under side of diamond .ho importance of 8.l8bUrllllllture in restoring first notifying the central office. This are busted ain't gulag to be trusted." output, the decrease In' ten year

j: ancient date which does not make a reference will clean them immediately, the forests which tin selfishness was contrary to police rules and disarranged -[Texas Sifting amounting to 3,600 people
to the extraordinary medical making them very brilliant.-[Scientide of man had destroyed, thus creatin" a matters mightily. If he had notified ,
his superior the thieves would ._ _.
American. have
value attributed by the Chinese to gig- real danger the public; 11< -
ClU'etui&iaiChe -
seng, and even the custom of making esters to persevere in their effort, notwithstanding got away The" : had the tj p" M eM-- ,
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The Button Modern the indifference and chief "fixed, tnd a fleet messenger was
presents of it at stated seasons as Europeans a Invention. opposition t1
and Caucasian would! offer jewels which they at present met with. in constant waiting in sight of any signal ; Mfr" .ltr *
and other valuables at Christmas and Another paper by Dr. Ernst Ebermayer, which the chief might give, to fly to
New Year, I* evidence of its universal The -word button (French bouton of the Munich University, dealt with thelygienic the men at work and notify them of discovery.
from boat, an end or extremity, and The
signal wa The
importance of forests and simple.
appreciation. Osbcck, in !his travels, summarize
boutcr to push or place) i* less correctly chief certain
he never looked into the apothecar :1 the result of a Urge numberof was toput up a window of
sap ies' shops ivithoat finding them wiling applied to an appendage of dress than to exact expcrbrenU with reference to hi* office. That Wans "Jjoolc out!I"

1 ginseng alike to people and those of a t tiny projiftion( or collet intended toby forest, air aud oiL-[New York Herald. Hut the sergeant did not notify the HACIHEWIS.
the poor be pressed bl the thumb or finger fur a chief. He wanted the credit himself so
highest rank. "They commonly, specific purpose, of which the aptest U. -- --- he took a squad and captured the Industrious
he says, "boil half an ounce of the root 111stratioo is furnished the terminal Bow Trout OeU, It. Color. "gopher*" in their. tunnel.

with their tea and sup it as a remedy button of an electric belL The idea of "And<< they were within two hours of
in consumption and other diseases" utilizing the bouton for hanging The color of a trout's hack depends on "
anything the stuff, too said Matches, sadly u
Jirtoux relates that the most eminent he color of the bottom of the river, but
thereby or fastening
anything related the
he matter to ine. "Two '
official of China have written volumes thereto is of comparatively modern date the trout which grow rapidly differ greaty i
( ; hour mure and they'd had that 100000. :
on the medicinal properties of this plant Ii H short neither the term nor the articlewas in spot and eolor from those which :"-f Kaiuas City Star. aLIM
|stating that it gives immediate relief in known to the ancients. The dress grow slowly and thrive badly, and a

-extreme fatigue either of body or mind: of the Greeks and IU: >man needed not uiddle-age trout differs cclor front an .
B..JUtolres pituitous humors and renders the presence of buttons, ample subkti- aged trout. Speaking generally, the A Valuable Curly WalnuU

? r.spiratiou easy;strengthens t he stomach, tutee for which were\ found in the young, healthy, fist-growing 61th will

promotes the appetite stops vomiting, Among the painting and mosaics discovered bare silvery sides, white belly and plenty A curly walnut tree valued at $5,000Is) LOG.J.UMBERYARD G 1IYTRUCF S '
removes hysteria, hypochondria and nervous i. the ruins ot Pompeii DO tingU! or well-defined spot The poorly fed lAid to hare Uu recently cut on the side SPRING WAQONStALt.S7YtESstuaWMt ,
aflettjoiui tad gives rigorous tone illustration of the button has ever been ft.J1'wUl have few or no poU, a drab 'of U'-g mark mouatiin, about tea miles ,
40 the:}body even la extreme old age/' wrought to light Nor did the simple i belly and muddy-yellow! *. The 0(4( from Wg btone lisp, Ky. Even the roots

n is noteworthy that while modern costume of the Aagto-$axeu rpqurehose trout will l-e much the same In appearance were liken out. It was betweeafive aud VIDtL a
physicians resident in Chin deny to gineng'aay accessories. Previous to the Norman only more no, and will be j> rticuarly sit feet la diameter at the bate, and five T ..CwUtr.. t
other value than au demulcentand conquest buttons in England were lank and Urge-beaded. This accounts eleven-foot logs were cut, the diameter

diaphoretic surpassed in both re.specta altogether unknown. The people of for those trout which hare acceu: of the fifth being four feet. A New York .lV'ATPIIG&W.J& ;'I I:
by many other drugs travelers In Vomundy must ceitainlv hue been Uan to salt water being brighter and more maa bought the tree for |10, and paid
Chin tell ft very different stury. After inventive turn of ml no, or they would beautiful than those which do Dot The two to hare the trunk moved Ix mile\

polat.iDgout thai the Chinese knowledge never have conceived the utility of but variety and abundance of their food to a railroad, it t* uid.-[Prairie farn fiSH BR2S WAUgH CQfRACINE.WIS. :

ifchemistry: far antedates any historic tons ia relation to dress. The suv***. nuke then so.-.[American D.rr.' er. .. ---.. .t

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I u __ _u ;t THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE, FRIDAY NOV. 28, 1890.
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4 THE EAST COAST .ADVOCATE. 4- Cheap Package Mates.. Yia and begun:the work of clearing, regard to the proposed visit of the Information Column. nearly every other sporting district of I

Steamer. preparatory setting out a pine- Alliance to Indian River t the United States is held fast In the grip
.. apple field*,; and that Mr. C. has "Commissioner Mann' says that the of
BCTOnB TO tH* DtVKLOPMITT
OCmAt -
A WWtKtT to answerany
Or TUB IJTOIA*KIVKB A1TOLAKB -, I just finished setting out an addi trip down been the decided Indian upon.River The has J.practically T. A-; Under'questions this head of a we general will endeavor character that mmyfSSilSWa "Winter lingering In the lp of spring"

WORTIstCTOlra.. The'E. <:. T. Co. have fixed a tional five acres to his grove; and K. W. which was the first Florida line be submitted by our sUmdcatstas.the We have DO -A probable said for $12,000,000 to I

rate of teh cents for small pack that Mr. E. has contracted with to mate a liberal offer to the farmers, ( Ss an English Syndicate of phollphate

Office: Washington Avenue, Titusville, ages between Titusville and points Mr. E./F. or G. to put him down Indian has now River tendered excursion a steamboat, and It is for hoped the the author of the lIuetltlftn inlet be IIBt.one wbMe lands. The Bellevlew Phosphate Company -

Indian River, Florida. south as far as Rockledge. This another artesian well may seem that this popular/and liberal line will name We shall appt'an not on attempt our lubI'Crtltlon to an..wer qUlllttonll In- have struck it rich, if al thing

should result in giving a new impetus very commonplace matter to occupy have full charge'Elf the visitors over its voMnta| nowle.11lI of a purely lelentlftc to inqnlrie prove agreeable. This company Jm

to trade at Titusville. The space as news items, but ours I is rail route and water-ways. Mr. C. B. character* In the but line shall of confine general nor Interest.answers. only recently been organized in this city

PUBLISHED ETEBT FRIDAY. good housewife at Merrill, who not a section noted for sensational MA '11der..of Rockledge, has heen very Many new Mttlen.and not as a few to Clur of tax our and oddcitimensareentirely"at and already have an order for a thousand;:
wanted occurrences robbery and murder active in stirring up the people of Bre- jea" which affert<< thClaw..bl.lInp tons from a Baltimore house, and
a couple of pounds of ; road tyntem and i
Yard county, and the County Commissioners general
nch a. tbe reo was laid before the
In proposition
steak for' uppe;, hesitated before arson, elopements and suicide will, if necessary, charter a cording of deed:pohUO"egnl fence and ditches.quailScation English syndicate to cojpaD
.Entered: at the Tltusvllle Posto/Hce a*Becond- she seldom disturb the of steamboat and for the ,bomHtea.1 exemptions,. right from an purchase
Class Mall Matter. .. would pay a greater.. sum as even tenor pay it for purpose of voters land,etc. the entire 207 acres of land belongtiw
tribute to the- -IL the lint of our citizens The fact of giving the visiting farmers a trip to enter gnvernmrnt to re- in Marion
I. S. B. Co., than We mien. believe we wiU be able tq give to the company County. ThU
I the entire cost of her piece of beef. that Mr. A. has purchased a pieceof down the Indian River. The people oentarrlTaliadYlceof more or lees value home as andgive todrew land is now to examined by expert,
down there are very enthusiastic, and diet and hygiene In their new ;
TERMS, Invariably. In .Advance,. The law-abiding citizen of the ex land from Mr. B. is somethingof will blow the farmers off In great shape them hint as to how health may. be pre- representing owners of tons and buyers of to sn
what
B, Check, Postal Order, or One and two Cent tremely dry town of Cocoa often intetest to our distant reader If they once get them In their midst." .eredhall not presume to act as legal or medl- acre average it will yield, and a rate phosphateper at 1.
m Postage Bump*. went without his snake bite anti for it says that if Mr.'B. has" land If the above is correct, we don'tsee cal advisor for the county which,good or point crops out.n may peculiar 'be per ton Is hoped tq be secured. One QQ

One tear,....11.110Its dote when he would have had a good enough to suit Mr. A. it is anything to prevent the mem Insured; but dung a resilience of five\ wan acre one foot"deep it Is thought will p>u
Month*,...\..........10 flask from the JIlt possible that he have bers of the Alliance from visiting we hare absorbed considerable Information that duce 4,000 tons, and at two hundred
........... county seat had may just may be of value to our nbscril>ers, and can be.1I"1'8n8ll.1
.......
MKlngl
Three Month, little labor. This acres will give 8, 000, 000 tons. There li
such section. .
land famous Someof Bund wish
.. .. .. I only cost him ten cents as at. as our reader Mr. II. our justly off very
Copy..*......1.. Bo present Is the elMS of knowledge we expect to place at a chance of scooping about $2,000,000 i It
Bent to any Add s.ln U. B.or Canada,Prepaid via the Sweeney instead oftwentyfive wants to find, and the fact that our best citizens hold up their theircomplicated d101>Ot'al. the trade is consummated.' The owner
'as formerly, under the Mr. A. has arrived with his family hands in alarm at the expense of scientific nature questions are declined.of a legal, medical, or are confident that> the per cent will tsatisfactory.

Editor,... WALTER fl. GOAD .. monopoly.We shows that he is going to stay. entertaining the visitors, but if the Please make the questions brief possible and the, .-Jacksonville MetropolisPAXTON.MATTOX&CO
haVe from J_ T. & K. W. Co. have offered M we shall publish both the question
this
Reasoning ;
no idea that the new standpointhe j Ry.
AawclaU-Editor& Manager,....C. I(.WALTOS. answer..
line wilt derive any profit from drops a line to Mr. B. inquiring free transportation on Indian River f ,

.. transporting small parcels at their about the price of land in that vicinity as well as on its railroad lines,

f W do not hold oirselves responsible for the present rate, but they will please and other matters of special interest I very little money will be needed to Question. Does the growth of English

the minions right of to our reject correspondents any communication., bnt we claim tho people and ought to tickle such as healthfulness, frost, treat the delegates in a way that Ivy on the walls of houses have a ten- CLINCH HAVEN, 6A.

Oommnnlcatlons for publication must ha written our merchants, and if you can schools, churches, etc. ; and Mr. will impress them favorably with dency to make them decay f-P. -

plainly on one side of the paper only,and please a man in small things be B. makes up his mind a few days the hospitable proclivities Jndian Answer. On the contrary; It has We have arranged; with the IXDIAfl

honld writer's, In name every and case address be accompanied, not necessarily by the for aint going to send his freight by afterward, that Mr. II. evidentlymeans Riverites. A supper at Rockledgeand been found that the growth of Ivy over RIVER LUMBER CO. of Titusville,

publication, bat as a guarantee of good faith. another line. business and RM he answers- perhaps something in the way a house renders the walls entirely free Fla., to handle our Lumber.We .

his letter, wonders how he came to of entertainment at Melbourne and from damp; the Ivy extracting every have Two Million Feet of Seasoned
Canaveral write to him St. Lucie Eden Jupiter if theyare Lumber in stock, and cut Half a Milliona
ADVERTISING BATES, The a perfect stranger. or particle of moisture from wood, brick, month.
Thus the good work goes on. to be the guests of the J., T. & or stone for Its, own sustenance, by
, 1'Ia: TEA Mr. I., who is interested in orange K. W. :Ry., Co. and the I. R. S. B. means of Its tiny roots, which work We Famous can supply Yellow any Pine size Lumber or quality known of

One Inch.......................$1000 The association of sportsmenwho growing, writes to Mr. D., for he .,-wil be all that we will have an their into the hardest stone. to our.the trade, in, quantity, at, short
even any
Two Inch,......................... 15.00 have erected a club-house on concludes that if Mr. D. is opportunity to bestow. way notice. 14
'J'brelllnc ,............'......... 20.00 settingout The overlapping leaves of the Ivy con-
1 Four Inch,.....................>. 28.00 the coast, nearly opposite Titus an additional five acres of Titusville makes no pretensionsto duct water falling upon them from point
Fire Inch,or Quarter Col.,...... 311.00 ville, have been transacting their grove, his original venture must beauty or loveliness, and has no to point until it reaches the ground, with-

Half Column...................:. MM business in a very unostentatious have been ,a success, and Mr, I. desire to detain the visiting farmers the walls to receive

Whole. Column, ,....,.............100.00. manner. It will be a surprise to reasons that if Mr. D. can make a for a moment. This is a business out moisture allowing whatever from the beating rain.any UEE

For eix Month, divide tho yearly rate by two many of our readers to learn that success of orange culture, the-re.'. point ; its commanding geo As a proof that ivy does not create WscHT.
and add 10 per cent"or have about ought to be chance for him graphical attracts the
they acquired 10,000 some also : position dampness or do Injury to walls, one has
four! Three Month, divide the yearly rate by acres of railroad and State land, to succeed. And so it goes ; men area mcomerce of that 'section of whichwe to look at'the hundreds of
,and add 20 per cent. only ivy-cov
at an average price of about one good dent like sheep, and proneto are proud to call ourselves the ered castles and mansions throughout 94 110
local Advertisements, Ten Cent* Per Lineboll
dollar The of follow the leader. There metropolis and which want the
Iniertlon. per acre. property are we. that
England, have braved all kinds of
the Club if it in solid thousands of who Alliancemen to visit. Titusville MILES _
I were a body, people are pre- rllllESt
raid Reading Matter, not In "Local Newe"column weather for centuries.Of .
,Hire Cent Per Line Each Insertion. would make a strip about two miles paring to come to Florida, who has nothing beautiful or unique ,to

wide and eight miles long, It em- will turn their steps in a certain exhibit : we are nothing but a Za
Legal AdrertlemenU at Legal Rate all the opportunities for sport in
for braces many bayous, creeks, ponds : direction merely on account of thriving town,an excellent business which Florida abounds II and
they are
_AH It.IF'.the abov rate are one edition per peninsulas and islands and will some modest item that happens to point, the county seat, the railroad ,
many, none 1* so largely available and so -
collected'monthl prove one of,,the nvii- t selections meet their eye in a weekly news- terminus-just,such a town as the "
DUll little known as "turtling, J. M.
says
that could have been .made naner. delegates can find in their native CINCINNATIQulckwt.
Check,etc.,may be made payable to "Graham Send -;ed ; Murphy a well-illustrated article in .
States. But them
for the purpose for which it Is in us tho news.of!your neigh- want to
and Pullman Palace
A Walton. The Outing for November. The Compartment Bleeping
tended-a game preserve, particu- borhood ; tell the world what you wander ,through the matchless gunner Can through without change, making direct
tr Merchant and all other to whom we are who follows the quail, the snipe and the connection '
larly for duck shooting. .. are doing. We will be glad to orange groves of the Rockledge
Indebted will oblige n*by presenting their bill wild duck, and the fisherman who plays in CENTRALLNION QT LOUIS
the lit of every month for prompt settlement. The Club 4s composed "of some publish it ; and take Hammock, and if possible witnessthe with the lordly and the UEit/r for >
of the most solid young men of it, the time'spent: in transcribing capture Of a tarpon and view tarpon jewfish and the WEST and with Through oat lines for
have each had their
chroniclers.
Boston, several of them being mill the record of your progress and the pineapple plantations at Eden, St. Johns and Indian Rivers the The CHICAGO 8' m.WE8T.

Address all communications to ionaires. The corporation willtbe happenings will not be wasted.Reciprocity. for these will be sights that will be St. also with through car DETROITBUFFALO
Lucie and the shallow
waters of the Atlantic
linen far
CAST COAST ADVOCATE, very exclusive-in fact is so already novel, unique and' delightful, and coast are almost and *
well known
as as WESr1
; the membership' fee Is will leave an impression that will
TmJiYtu.:, FLORIDA.. the streams of the
trout Laurentldes Only one change care
P.O.Box,822."P $5,000, and the number of members serve as a text for glowing descriptions ,
.... the home the
of muskallonge and the NEW ORLEANS
is limited to fourteen and cannotbe of this Section for years to Mer an ,
sporting regions of the great Northwest; Jackson, Vlcuburr.1"olatlln
A. M. *, increased. On the death of a The leading Republican dailiesof come.We yet no champion has arisen to advocatethe TEXAS andthe I
member his place will be filled by the great cities have been de- think our county and its 'VEST.
claims of the turtler or to describethe
Indian River Lodge, No. 00, Free and his eldest son. The club Is to remain voting a great deal of their space, citizens should move in the matterat scenes and incident of the turtler' Passenger view of via Lookout this line Mountain are afforded and surrounding 'an excellent --

Accepted Mason, hold their meetingson in existence until the last since the political cyclone of a few once. With the help of the Historic
the FBIDAT on or before Full Moon, lift Why this should be so has often scenery.S.
and steamboat
member of the railway companies
Harvard class of
at 7:30 p. m., In Masonic hall In the Indian weeks ago, In an attempt to explain been to me inexplicable, for turtling Is
River State Bank building, Titus- 1890 is laid away to his last rest. how things shaped themselvesas we can entertain them at. slight carried in C. RAT, S. E. Pass. Agt., Atlanta, Ga.
.me. Mr. George II. Reed,who has made they did. expense, and much good will result on a district beyond comparison D. J. :MULL NET, Div. Pass. Agt.,'Chat-

Visiting brethren are cordially Invited the acquaintance of many of our Jas. G. Blaine is more popular from the visit. The Board of for beauty. It has all the elements anooga. .
to attend. which in other spheres are reckoned D. O. EDWARDS O.P. & T. A.,
meet
next
.
people, has been constantly than and his County Commissioners
engaged ever reciprocity
S. n, RAT, Secretary sports' chief attraction, and turtles
0.
are CINCINNATI '
for the, past efaht'months in schemes have. of late. become verv Monday! and we expect_ them.. to ,
JOSEPH MENDELL W. M. -- --- --c-- ------- --
perfecting the purchase of lands popular, and ye-t the G. O. P. don't meet the matter with liberality.We .

and the organization of the club, wai\t to abandon the protective believe that in so doing they

and has made arrangements for a there is will reflect the will of the people.A .
policy as long as any signof Dry Goods Etc
daily mail to begin its schedule life. One journal, in speakingof well chosen committee of arrangements Carpets Matting\

I Dec. 10th, on which date he expects the benefits to be ,derived from. should appointed at ,

a number}: of members to ar. reciprocity, says : once, consisting of representativemen 'VO"ho1csa1e do:) :Xtotctil.
who have something worth
rive. "It will enable us to sell vast quanti- We claim to have the Largest Selection In the State. Our prices favorably
of their and who compare
showing own
ties of our products, while It will not ,
Interfere with our protective policy, have the time and know how to. with the prices North. Special attention paid to orders and correspondence.We .
Send Us the News
of your mince nothing that we buy can be pro make a party of guests feel at i keep from the Cheapest to the Best Grade.

Neighborhood. duced here, except sugar and certain home. Senator Hardee Ex-Sena Describe wants and the
your right goods will come.
fruits, and of these we do not produce :
enough for our own consumption. There tor Williams, Thos. E. Richards,
Is no probability that the amount im- W. II. Sharpe and C. B. Magruder :KZo.la.aa. FvLroaa-grott 6s Co.
We shall be glad to receive any ported will interfere at all with the home 'are the class of men calculated to ,
i items of interest that our subscribers products. The tobacco which Cuba fill
the bill.
see fit to lend, from all parts sends to us Is not forgotten, but we be- sACKrONVILL,*?, "I-.1 I"V..
lieve it Is acknowledged by tobacconists oclr-3mo
of the We that
county. are aware that no amount of protection will enable TUB Indian River Steamboat Company
startling events are not of frequent Cuba tobacco to be grown anywhere but
allege,in their petition for an Injunction
occurrence in sparsely settled In Cuba. INDIAN RIVER STEAMBOAT COMPANY,

neighborhoods ; but it should 'be It Is 'plainly; evident that the restraining the E. C. T. Co. from

For Senator: remembered that our circulationcovers author of this paragraph knows touching at the railroad dock, that their

a very extensive territory, nothing of the tobacco industry in accommodations are Inadequate for their

WM,CALL, THE PEOPLE'S FRIEND and that we have readers in every Florida-now in its infancy, at a own use. No one will dispute that alle-
State in the Union, who study the stage when industries are said to
columns 'of the ADVOCATE- gation; at the same time we don't know A
a need protection more. than at any
Ii if to be hoped that the Swee. aid them in that It justifies them in a .
(guide to selecting a other time. We are not in love appropriating

my will be able to make her trips particular location, when they get with the theory of protection, and railroad terminal or publio street. The

In future without interruption. ready to come and live among us. don't believe in it, but if 'the infantile management could not do better than

Her failure to make the 'run regu All items in regard to the results character of the steel rail, secure sufficient river front to meet their :DEPABTCBK & ARRIVAL OF BTKAMEBS.

lady has had a bad effect on the derived from the culture .of our tin plate, and a thousand other needs while It may still be had at a low bourne'aVl* Trrvsviuj: dally, except Sunday at 5:30 a. m., arriving at Mel-'
leading demands
business of the crops, oranges, vegetablesand trusts, protection why, m.
company. The pineapples, in various parts of what's the matter with shieldingthe value; or If the state of their finances Returning leave Melbourne at 1 p.m., arriving at Titusville about 8 p. m.

people must have a boat they can our county, are carefully consider. truly infant industries of Flor will not permit of sock a step, they Leave MiLBorKSE: Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays at 1 p. m., arriving at

depend upon touching their dock ed by those who expect to garden ida from a deluge of Mediterranean might leaae some land with the privilege Jupiter at 8 L m. next morning. '

on schedule time During the two for profit; and the neighborhoodwhich oraages, Bermuda onions Cuban but would Returning leave In-ITEB Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 12 noon,
f advise
Faddison is regularly represented in tobacco and sugar and whatever purchasing; we arriving at Melbourne at 7 a. m. next morning.The .

years Capt. commanded these columns, and whose advan else we are learning to pro. them not to leaae any more railway terminals St. Lucie leaves Tituville about'630: Monday mornings, calling at Rock-

the steamer Rockledge she did not tages are given wide publicity, will duce. or public street*-better get hold also ledge comes and Melbourne right on the direct run to Jupiter; on her return trip, Saturdays
through to Titusville
miss a single trip, and it is our receive more attention from the The ship canal from Cedar Keysto ef something solid. arriving here about 8 a. m. SUday.:

sincere hope that a similar record homeseekers than than those points I St. Augustine might as well be W. B. WATSON, Supt.

with the Sweeney may await her which are rarely mentioned. It cut at once and' the peninsularState New York Market Review.

would take but a few moments be detached'f the balanceof ...-' EAST COAST .
popular captain. TRANSPORTATION
each week for one of the progres- the Nation, if we are to pay Nov. 24th 1800. COMPANY. .

ive citizens of each locality to send a high tariff prices for everythingwe
The week opens with favorable weather AKEIVAL AJTD DEPABTTBB OF
THE Florida Coast Line Canal few simple unvarnished facts as are compelled to purchase in buyers on the market in full force, Gorao SOUTH-The Sweeney leaves Trrirsmu THE: STEAMER 8WEKSKT.:

Transportation Co. have had to its development and progress. northern parts and at the same seeking supplies, and market ruling very Gouro KOBTH-Le vea Titusville about 11 about 130 p. m.

their work inspected and approvedfrom There are numerous happenings time compete with our free-trade. arm on all rulta. The steamer a. m.
J. W.
the Haulover to Jupiter, and I that would be interesting to manyof Latin-American neighbors when we 14.00 Orange; straight, fancy lines, selected f&OO to size$3.80, $3.75; common to- and Friday at 7 L m..Sweeney atop at will all intermediate leave NEw SKTU points and every arrive Monday at ,.RocJU..ZJ)6.Wednesday

bare: received deeds. from the State our readers at a distance, who have anything to sell to New York, $i. O to $2.75, Lemons,from 12.00 aU p. m.ReturnIng.

[ too,their lands. It is earnestly look upon the columns of the ADVOCATE Philadelphia or Chicago. to IJ.BO per box. leave RoaUDOJ: e\'eryTuesday, Thursday and Saturday .. m.
hoped that they will grade their as a glass through which Receipt of Southern vegetables in and.arrive a' New bmf"1& at; 6 p. m.

property at once, and place it on they would get a glimpse of the light supply stock., but demand only for strict- conictxoJlS: :
I the market. seleeI land and learn as near Invite the Alliance Dele- ly prime With A.. sit W. R. R. at New Smp-na. for
Some of their promised String bean, from $1.00 to $2.50 per lUver Line and .all points north na Cl des St. Johns
I lions are very choice and if, not as possible just what kind of a gates. crate; Cucumber. $1.00 to'3.00 Pea. C1ydea' Steamship Line
I held at unreasonable prices, would country the Indian River really is. $1.25 to $:.75; Egg-plants per bbL crate will The merchants and shippers of IndIan River who wish to 1I&tronhe this b.

[ find ready purchasers from the The fact that Mr. A-, who .re $1.00 The to market$.v00. U well applied with 1 please W. 11,.and E. C.their T. or Vii to mark: care goods VIa eIde LIne. care of
: From the "Times-Union" of last C1lde of E. C.T. Co., Bble BprfDrI.
jinanr settlers who are arriving cently bought a piece of land of Mr. choice seed ROM Potatoes from the **. PADDISOY.
on the East Coast. j B. has arrived with his family, Sunday we 'Clip the followIng: 'in State. Maine, selling at 3.50 per bbL +* General Manage G. Una. DISO*,

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c1"Y, Thlvnrc. Wood Sc CJflSolillO Cook StOVCM. Orders filled same day received. Prices guaranteed.


TITUSV1LLE.- FLA. F. T. BUDGE, TitusviUe: !Fla. '


K..Ri9MHr, Manager pd declstCorrespondence. -- ,


same on board oars at New Smyrna the THE TRAVELERS J. E. ENDER & CO.MANUFACTURING ., Professional Cards. I NaU1Uan'. "

same night; it goes through to Blue ,

Springs the next morning at 8 o'clock, Watohmahlore TL. GAUIJDEX,
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Florida.
and connect with the Clyde's St Johns Jacksonville, AND Newspaper

We do not hold ovntlvn rtupfinibte for River 'services dally, which arrives at --' JEWELERS, ATTORXEY-Af-LAW, j

the opinion of our torretpondentt. Jacksonville the night Cedar TI'tt'S\'ILr.E" FJ.A.J Subscription Agency'
sallie making The Travelers, corner Bay and Titusville, Fla. ;
close connection with the New York streets, Jacksonville, Fla. A new buck .

Are There Any Hotels Open in steamer, er S. F &: W. H R. for O. S. C. hotel steamboat, nearest landings.to all railroad Especially stations adaptedto and Repairing of Fine and Complicated AS. T. SANDERS, THE PIONEER AGENCY..' '_'

TltusTllle? Savannah, if slaippers prefer that transient bu"lneB.Elegantly furnished '! Watches; setting of Diamonds and other ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ---T.

route. I wish it distinctly understoodthat rooms, single or rn mutt. Table Precious Stones.Alligator Will practice In all the Courts of the Seventh For terms and sample copies address, .
and Tusks Carved and
my line takes freight for whatever as good as the best. This hotel was built, Hog Judicial Circuit of Florida.
Mounted for rano-heada, brooches, etc. r.O. Box,835.: TlTfBVILLK, FLA. C1IAS. 11. NAUMAN.TiTUsviLLE: P. O:,r
furnished and a 3.00: a day
operated AS
East COMe Advocate: terminal point the shippers! prefer, notwithstanding Shell made. II
? Loan. I :
house; rates are now reduced to $2.00 a Jewelry Money to Brovard county, Fin. 1
,SIB*.-Please: inform me If nliere are the ClyUes are our direct day, while the service better than ever. liS. H. Kay s new building, opposite '

,'any'hotels'open In Titusville. I connection. Breakfast from 0 to 9; lunch from 11:30to corner from: Potitoiuce. OKOHOE M. ROHHIMI. WALTER ORAIIAM.T J. M. Sanders ,Co. .
Prompt attention to all orders by mall >OBBINS & GRAHAM, ,
take ADVOCATE and the Mar, .and R. P. PADDISOK, 230; dinner from 8.-30 to 7:30.: This or otherwise. 21nov I
General Is the only hotel in Jacksonville nerving Dealers In
alJDed Manager
have closely column for
every regular meals at these hours. AU'oth- ATTOUNEYS-AT-LAW,

hotel advts., but find none for Titusville ers are at least one hour later. Use the Ban Gallie Meat Market. TrrrsviLLK, Brevard Co., Florida DRY GOODS NOTIONS .

Only an advt. In the ADVOCATE!: for THANKSGIVING: DAY' Travelers omnibus, the tickets save 23 r. O. Ilox,IN). 1

the "Travelers ," Jacksonville, where we cents on each person well w ay. Will practice In all the counties of the Seventh CROCKERY,
Circuit and In the Court.. 8 olal facilities
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Supreme |'
shall stay when we arrive In Florida.Thls'k Burton K. Barrs for Examining and Perfecting Land SADDLKRT, ,
a 'very near and -close-sighted In TltusTllte. Titles. Corrmpondeni-a solicited from Claimants STATIONERY, t
All kinds of fresh Meat and Heirs to Spanish Oranta.
policyon the part of Indian River hotel Thanksgiving Day in this town was 10 Proprietor.Master's Money to Loan. ITAR. FAMILY MEDICINES,

proprietors-not letting western and generally observed by all ,the torekeep- and Vegetables, GARDEN SEEDS,

northern people know whether their ho- ers, who closed their places of business Sate. a CHOICE GROCERIES,

tok re open and ready to receive guests. during the afternoon, thus giving the Under rendered .of a deem of foreclosure Ice, etc., for Sale. M. D. L. DODSON, ifP1 HAY, CORN, MAPES' FERTILIZERS,
and dale lit theJmlicenf I! the Circuit
It leaves'us complete!y'tin the dark whenwearrive jjsslstanU a. slight relaxation from their Court of the Seventh J udicliU IIronlt of Florida, FAMILY ORDERS SOLICITED AND FINE PATENT FLOUR.
and tedious duties: well sluing In Chancery, at chambers,for the county SPECIALIST IN OPERATIVE SURGI. .
and at the ofa usually long as ,
place.atJ mercy of Hrevard,dated the 38th day of Octolier, A. I). PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. Ooiooa, F1Crl.da.:
rabble of hotel toute-s the railroad de- :AS impartieg to Titunville Its usual Sun marl, In a certain case herein Ludriila Tuttta
lit romplalnnnt soil J.l>. Mc p tt. Why don't youriliotel owners get day appearance. M.icdonell, MB wife t II. C. 4'amr and I.noir O. J. YOTJIXrQ-, .

come good,. live notiliern. men to'run Remembering the old adage that "all' ants Carter: I bin will wife nell;at and pnlfflo Charlie outcry Miller, In front are dofemU of the 0 Dintlritrer.GEO. !! Trrl'S\'ILLEFLORIOA. C. J. HECTOR,

tfteir hotels t work and no play, mikes.Jack a dull' (1'ourt-houM door of Tltunville llrevard cmintr, ----
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Florida on the tnt Monday In December A. I> Dealer In GeneralMerohtlnditgo
RUE P ELY
ALTREE
Tours very truly, boy," the ADVOCATE office closed at 1WK during; the legal hoiin of tale, for cash, to LA ,
the hlllhe; 1ld.Ier, the rollo"'lng-delcrlltett real : : r
noon, ,te give the staff'a much needed BROKER
estate to-"lti AND COMMISSION AGENT JUSTICE: OF THE PEACE UTII DIST
Chicago afternoon's rest. In the town or Titunvllle beginning( en the Melbourne Fla.
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Notary llibllc for till SUM at Large. .
corner of broad and Lemon street! thence""'-
:Nov. 21st, 1800 ,The attendance at Thanksgiving services nlng east alonr the Hide of Braid street 4932! Titnsvillo, Fla.: Contractor and Rulliter! of over:M years' expo .r a
.. feet; thence WMth 62 2-10 feet; thence wont t-J3 rience. Natural Finish a Hiwclally.MU.BOURMC .
I Agent for Plnnns and Florida
at the Episcopal church, ;yesterday, feet to the run side of Lemon street; thenre Organs; FLA. '
A Very Attexttive'.Vhale. north along the east aide, of Lemon.treftW1'0feet : Brick and Lime; New Process Gasoline Hats Shoes Clothing Dry Goods k
was not quite as large sa'one might have '
to the point of lieclnnlnc:, laid lot being Inthe Stove that cannot czplodo. ,

expected to see in snob. A large and TltUKTllle.new nuwlivlidon R
East Coait Advocate; f.T* church-going community as Titusvllle. will be wild M I* unfflrlent to ratlafy Ion of New and Second Hand Furniture. EMBROIDERY.
.' Halt! decree,amnnntlng to ZW.M And the coats In fact will get anything to supply the PAINTS HARDWARE, LEAD,
Sins-Allow me, through the medium We certainly thought the, Harvest of sale tiroceedlneiu want of the People.Tradesmen's ANNIE SIMMONS offer her DRUGS GROCERIES! GRAIN .
J. P. TlllKKB.: MRS. ,
!Thanksgiving would have been better at- In the above line to the e
of the ADvocATE, .te tell readers Speciallnpater. Soiled Stocks Disposed of. t
;your Of all kinds and In fact a full line of
Ladle of Titusvllle Price moderate. ;
tendett. Clergymen were well represent KoBniH* a OftAHAH: Will sell on Commission by private treaty ,
Interesting story that I copied from aleFter ,
Solicitor for ctiuiplalnant. tutMaster's attention. everything. Call and examine. IIar.
Public Auction wantto Prompt !
ed. In the congregation-the Revs. John or anything you x'cl
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just received from a friend which' turn Into money. lloma.. Main Street near ice Factory, .
Jones and A. b. Cohen-as
J. N.
t as follows: On the morning of the 7th iFoy, Sale. Cash advanced on Goods for absolute
well as the officiating minister, Rev. B. S sale. William: : : T'utoh, W. Rogers
. Inst in lati-13& Jong. 78 Eo, Captain
]'..Brown all TTnder and Ivy virtue of a decree of foreclosure
I worth of the British steamship -were present. and dale rendered by the Judge of the Circuit trt. Drayman. DEALER IN CLOTHING
Bep 3Ir. Brown delivered very eloquent of the Ttb Judicial Circuit of Florlila In and for Hauling done at reasonable rates. At-
r Port Adelaide, was taking his sights, sermon, which was attentively listened Hrevard county, ilttlnR In Chancery,at cluuii- tends all and moot all Gents Famishing Goods Shoes, Hats
departing, ,
hers In Orlando' Florida, dated the VWth day of HODGES & GODFREY amv-I
when he noticed a large sperm whale to by; the congregation. October, A. IX 18MI In a certain twine wherein ing trains. 'Caps Umbrellas Trunks Valises
' alongside, so, close that his spouting J. II. Terry In complainant, and Mary K. Nor Orders left with G. B. Rumph or at. ,
Manufacturer of
defemUnU
wood and wllBam B. Norwooil are '
ADVOCATK office will FINE CIGARS Eto. t
wetted the deck. The creature had evIdently -> At the invitation of most Mabbett, of I will sell at publlo outcry In front of the Court- receive prompt ,
hmiKe door. In TltutTllle, In the county and attention.; The only house In town making a
the Grand View staff specialty i
lost bit "school, and mistakenus our literary -as State aforexald, on the ant Monday I In December Yellow Pine Lumber
of Ucnt Ooods.
for of his lie remained well as about fifty other prominent A. D. Hill), the Mine being the first day' A. Prosoher Furnishing
one wn species. citizens of our town-attended a Thanksgiving thereof, for cah, to the hlgheiit bidder, during / Drop In and examine my stock, and
, with us for four days and nights, dinner given toy! Mr. Mabbett. the legal and being bouri In ef the tale hid, all county the following of Hrerard and,lying Orange Itox KOirOlI R.MU.Fro.lt*.DRKSSKD: TITUSVILLE, FLA., compare prices. Cash customer* command ,

and traveled 390 nautical or 1,025 statute The dining-room was most gaily and State of Klorlda and.described a*follows .A Vegetable Crate. Keeps a full supply of Metallic and every consideration competitor '
without rest and as far as tastefully decorated, showing that-Mrs. To-wltt The N W'J X "' the N E J( of section Lumber delivered at any part of Indian Riveron Wooden claim to confer '
miles S3,township: south of range SB east, containing through; bill of lading. Anyone rentemplatln '
I-- one' could gather, without food. and Miss Mabbett and their staff mutt 44 acres, or M much thereof aa will lie bulliOnK on the Kant: Coast, would do well to Coding, Cases mid Casket Call when convenient. First door
have worked like! Trojans to give the dent to satisfy the decree, together with ousts write for price. The rlawmlll situated on the Funerals attended If desired. All order south of ADVOCATE office
He was never mom than 70 ;yards away, banqueting hall such 'a fairy-like and of sale and ll and
promptly at reason- "
and for the most part, close against the picturesque appearanoa. titles.. SEWARD f. OKAY, Itralnerd.Agents'Cocoa E. Btlllng-jEaa I Gallic emo Eugene. able rates Embalming done. 2 i

r ship, under her quarter, where the' The dinner was superb, and everyonedid SjHHilal Master.Joxm pd.I'utiian e_ DIXON & GRAY
: A ATKimnif, Satsuyta HlghtH, co., Fla. ,
draught made swimming easier for him. ample justice pleaseM to with it. The the guests turkey weremiirh And Complalnaut'l solicitor lUt P. 3.3=A'X..L, Dealers In

The length of the Animal was about 47 .the very whole- spread connected therewith. -- CONTRACTOR & BUILDER, Drags Chemicals Perfumery Toilet '
,
Master's Sale.
i feet. The first day he was very lively It was a very creditable affair in every ,

_ diving beneath the ship's bottom, on respect; and the praise bestowed upon Under and by virtue of a decree of foreclosure EDEN TitiiHvillo, Fla. Articles, Fins Soaps, Stationery,
Host Mabbett's well do- and sale rendered by the Judge of the Circuit
one occasion scratching himself severely. catering was Court of the Seventh Judicial Circuit of the Estimates furnished on application. JEWELRY,

:After,that he kept clone alongside like a than served.print Perhaps the bill of we fare cannot, which do was better as Chancery State of Florlila dated the Hrevard lath day county of October sitting A. I In*. Correspondence and patronage solicited. SPECTACLES ASEWING

I tired Newfoundland dog. When he did follows: 1HUO, at Chambers In Orlando In a certain cause PINEAPPLE Hmo / MACHINES.
wherein E. S. Wll y and W. L Thomas are conipUlnants -
. I come up.. the children amused themselves Consomme, tomato olives, and N.C. Bryan, 8. H. Ray,and J. F. M. 13.BRICKLAYER. 'I1I"-Io11:: Guns, Pistols, Sewing Machines and
; queen ,
I Coachman are defemlanta I will sell at publlo Machinery Repaired. atches, Clocks
his "blow
by throwing potatoes into pickles. Boiled pompano, cream sauce. outcry, In front of rbe Court-buttes door, In Tltusrllle and Jewelry a Specialty.
I holes," which were ejected again with Roast sirloin beef, dish gravy. Brerard county, Florida, on the ant & PLASTERER
Monday In Hecemlier A. D. MM, the tame being PLANTATION School Book and School Supplies! .
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Boast turkey plain dressing, cranberrysauce.
I great force. If this monstrous mammal the first day thereof, during the legal hours of Subscriptions taken at publisher prices
r- Boiled sugar-cured ham. sale, for to the highest bidder,all the following Titusvillo Fla.
I(who appears ,to have been forgotten Roast duck, guava Jelly. Worcestershire, 0..111 lying and bring In the said county for Newspapers, Books, Magaiin,' etc.

I when the rest were given legs) has any mushroom, tomato catsup. as of Hrevard follows, and to-wit State: of Florida. and described T. 33. E1.l.ohards: Work contracted for on any part of Prescriptions carefully compounded. at

I capacity for sorrow, it must have been apathetic Roast pork, apple sauce. MaccaronI'and The H E W of the N E ;V, section 13, township Indian River, 8 any time, day or night. 1

I moment for him when at last, tomatoes. Banana fritters. 21 south of range M Last containing 40 acres, Eden, Indian River, Florida. ,!l ', ,, .
much of the above-descrllwd ,
or so property aa
French Irish with
(after his gallant struggle to stay with us, puffs New :potatoes will be sufficient to satiHfy said decreee and the t Jno, McAllister
cream. String beans. for titles.SEWAttU ,
costa of sale. lurchaser tu par Drug
, [he had to throw up the sponge, and re-: Asparagus on toast. fcugar-cured> sweet F, GRAY KNOX the Painter

{main. alone in the.center of Indian Ocean. potatoes. Boiled rice. Special Master.. Contractor for Patent Medicines,
.Joxu & ATKIWOTV
Okra. Home-made mince
Turnips. pie.
LEmr.. Complainant's Solicitors. IJ-fit Will do and ALL Euros of PAINTING .
any
Rockledge, Fla. blanc mange.Lemon pie.Wine Chocolate jelly. Cheese. such as House and Sign Work, Artesian Wells, Elegant Perfumery and Toilet Articles

Oranges Bananas. Xuts. Master' Sale. Graining In Distemper or OH
1
3apt. It. P. Paddlson Replies to .Raisins. Assorted cake. C ffee. Tea. Under and by virtue of a decree of Colon; Paper Hanging or I '&Eaa Gallic, Flo.a Kept constantly on hand atJ.

Iced tea. forclosure and sale rendered by,the judgeof
Shipper. Stencil Work pq-flmo
"A Antiqueand
the Circuit Court of the Seventh JudiciaCircuitofFloridasittinginchanceq B.
The guests at the Indian RIver Hotel ScrevehfsDRUG
Mosaic Glass
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also were well regaled with turkey and T. M -DOBSON & COMPY : ,'
at chambers for the county of Brevard Stain. ,, BTOIIE.C
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other good things.
TrrnnLLE, FLA, dated the 2nd day of August, A.D. 1800 Special attention to Natural Wood Periodi.

Nov. 24th. 1800. In a certain cause wherein Arnon D. FInish. N C Also the latest Newspaper,
Pitts Is complainant and Alfred II. Traf. All articles of Furniture made to look Wilmington, ,. cab, etc. ItIndian
:a.tt! blast Advocate: Range of TemperatureFor ford and Jessie D. Trafford et al are defendants a* well as new. Estimate and work k'

, GEHTLKMK:*-I noticed in your valuable I will sell at public outcry In done anywhere on Indian River. .Hake a Specialty of "

of 21st inst. the article of "A front of the Court House door of Titnsvllle Office on the ladder, T'TVIVILU, FLA. River
paper :
week last Nov.
the ending night,
Brevard county, Florida, on the W. K. IO OL 15 Florida .
eminent Shipper" In regard to time of 27, 1890, a* recorded, at the U. & Signal first Monday In October, daring the legal Oranges.

|>hlpmente of oranges from Indian River office, Titusville, Florida: hours/ of sale, for cash, to the high.
Q Dew York via the L R. S. B. Co. and est bidder, the following described real FOR Consignments' solicited. Satisfaction

1-' khe J.,T A: K. W. R. R, which, I think, NOVEMBEB.: estate, to-wlt: Guaranteed and Prompt Return State Bank
1889 Max. Min. 1800. Max. Mln A tract of land shown on the map of
rail* for a reply at my hands. I will Bobbins A: Graham's addition to Titus Wines Spirits Made. 02moW. .

.it [state that on Nov. 4th a shipment of 73 22 23 12 70 In 58 75 75 M 62 vllle as lot twenty-eight, said lot having -I Titusville, Florida.

lea of orange was made at Rockledgea 24 74" 16 M frontage of sixty feet on Maine street

a, a prominent chipper, consigned to W 25 75 60 78 61 eight and running feet said back map a of depth Bobbins of St.eighty.: Gra :Beers HENDRY, IVCOBFOBATKD UDKB- TKB LAW or i

p. Duncan &: Co., N. Y. They were 2J 16 64 76 b9 00 ham's addition is no won record In the Dealer In TIIK STAT or FIXJBIDA. l'f
85 1"1 '
keUvered on board the steamer City of 27 28 75 IS 60 00 '00 Clerk's office of Brevard county, pr so ,CIGARS ETC. Authorized Capital,. . 1100,000;

1 Jacksonville at Blue Springs on the much of above described property as General Merchandise Paid-up Capital 125,000
will be sufficient to satisfy said decree "
of the 5th they were transfer- prints I FINEST ,
norning ; OF TilE QUALITY
-An .: the following and costs of sale. Purchasers to pay. JL CtooereJ BukUg BewlateM T" "*rtit
ed the :
aboard the steamer Iroquois on
singular card of thank: "Mr. and Mr*. for titles. : 00 TO DRY GOODS
ornlng of the 8th, and arrived In New J. P. Twirl, JAMES PBITCHABD, President;
wish to their thanks
S'ork 9*Sunday, the 9th,making 6 day Day hereby express Special Master. Lesley & Rcnakcr. NOTIONS, W. D. BAIIHKTTJ Vlce-Presldent
to the 'friends and neighbors who so ROBBIXS: GBAHAM, W If BJWWX Cashier, .
York. I haven :
Boekbd
to New
rom e STATIONERY, ; I
officially Informed of two subse- kindly assisted at the burning of their Solicitors for Complainant. Families Supplied. !. Directors: James Pritchard," W. .B, "..i

the house last Monday evening." This sale U postponed until Monday, Choice GrocerJes Barnett, J. JL Durkee, W. 8. Graham. ,
uent from ,
same
point
shlpnaenU $1.50 annum the third day of November, A. I). 1890, and W. M. Brown.
e) In the same timer We promised, l rBy: subscribing per the same being the Monday In tU WHO WILL DISPUTE IT ? MIHS FLA. 6.. Every Fever Co.sUUM wills CeaMn'a&lq
i the beginning, to give a* quick traaorUtion *- for the ADVOCATE, It will only cost you month. ...u.* K. rad... ." < ,,

y Cents Per Week, Postage Included, Correspondent > Seaboard National
Three
via New Smyrna aa any other J. P. TCBSIB, V "vS 1 'J.'JLJL', .
n outs from Indian River and we are to any part of the United Mate This Special Master. JJf Insurance Is no longer an experiment Drayman Bank Jacksonville.New York; National Ba.ak'of 't

small sum will not ruin you. but a provision which no sensible ,
Ie ; oar promise good, a* our numertu The above sale Is postponed until man will neglect From it b* 1* always Will attend to all kind of Hauling, .

patron will teUfy. I will have Eternal advertising U the price of Monday, the first day of December, 1800 bound to receive more than he give by promptly, cheaply and expeditionary.

Nothing to say about other lines; I leave trade. Some argue that it I* expensive the same being the first Monday in this investing In the THE ADVOCATE .

I at for other I wish to have my corn- to advertise. It 1* the most profitable ,month. Life Insurance Co. Will deliver baggage for passenger
handle It J. P. TCBXKB, Mutual arriving or departing on train, or steamboat
have U
buy set right before the public. You expence you can you Job

1 pill readily tee that there can be no de- properly. This I* not a mere assertion, 13-4t Special Master ASSETS, 1136,000,000., *. Printing Department -
Can be found at the Railway Station
ay via the E. C. T. Co. to Jacksonville; but a demonstrated fact, proven by the

he) steamer Sweeney leaving Roekledg prosperity: ; of all successful advertiser Advertise in this Paper. V. HOIL1ID Titusvllle., SpeeW Fla. Agent 12Imos or at my U.residence S. Mall U South Carrier'TituviU ft Is Readj to do Your Wort. ,

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I ,SOMKWHAi' STRANGE. nig.it the pnrchiMor heirdrapfng and boiln order -- ccsdnd t9 nny cxfont. The mountain I Is
to,|>r vent. tut.U AlecMe1\t4.1 consumption down to 21,-
other xtrmsfo noises, but tim tenants tho [ FuEL brought the "toiTivl: Tilgh. and from ringi
/ about
liehtninsr f Iron
*fm9m>-+* a'----,* 'wtT "ntrbcdr"Thc protector plntes'aro: to be: k tWONDERFUL 635 cuble feet III makIng toft of ,
: 1111..<'hM,Kit t1Od tiji'In glass botes.U1j5TkSftitit reduced the thus '4rnu\l\.t1w.a decs nrrtippwtr to'1w
ACClDtSXTI Mc J ISC'.amSTS OPJaecr lust, .u111\1 e:1ILt on the nerves of the and further improvement Ifmff 'to tho'chntk. 'Ubstllu
LVmn..IJ,1r: .II"I':. franti owner thathel wsjjaa; thA fact ff a rprMiv ol medt', ;ft D .f r consumption to 13,052 feet. At where ono Till any mountaiu Js the property "fef Mr.

dnshinp: hinnsffrlroiKi-tinjf 'to.ihegrotnttfln I cmb.in St..1 (i pnrg, completed a \cl ,PrCI'9tT } mill, and that not a large one, found I Jonathan Perry, whose ro8uji$ tt h, ,at
-- taken it was
lure bn ,
a (Tt of add" and then measurement,
1rxanity. when poured somo and who
111.) just
; < Episodes{ and ThriUta some of had Iwm nscd :3[ from
the drops feet
; Adfea- pf neighbors came on th'sccno'nndnrcrrntcd arM in,9-ft jtWi, that 3,000,000 gns the chalk out thij car*, at .3

Cures Which Show thai TrutiitiUBlranscr him An examination of i tf? Then 110 hid to his cias, : ;".Atfotion; 'The First \ ..hA OpOnod'- In :ew4YorkTM between Saturday evening and Xondny I'ton.putting The chalk Is fo-11-il ''bj-) scratching per

thlUctJ \ *L building resumed Jn the findih bf so young men I In t voj,minutes you will! 'rrlitclpnt Oa Field. morning in merely keeping tim furnaces : about a foot c>f soil,' when tho pure-
electrical kflnct: see a man llc. nood-byo alli On tho whole It is estimated that away
r/ hich hid | < warm.
pAttTY/fchfu-viters i brcnhung you -Some .. is In solid
A Interesting substance ezpo.i a
tturiagt4t'r- otcr the tout ituj' tnada|'hviillable' for He drank the liquid, look chit his watch? F..e nt least 60 per cent of the gas,how used I white
I'M CarlsftJjWf frunIi J !,rhivHee < and inefleC' maps, imMtoycd t'Xf: forcfrn clement,
; operation on any dcrcd! "ioint.( This counted the seconds until ho dropped The history of natural gas In the in Pittsburg'tnllU is lost through the driven
Sa s Surprised, tin making H t-liarp turn um,the bo;ey nhirhhaddrirvn the new dead. United States dates back to tho year 1821, tire methods and bad management.There5 I. apparent1y'a1l1)Utd05 snow.

tietoI, ocr a terrible iomtuotlon3tmng owticr out of hU wit!, and the contractor, Av Vtrtr belonging fd jir. W. when a well was, opened In Frcdonia, is no evidence to show that The discovery is the more' Important
0'l
on between some largo objects a J. fcocn/ making.In from the lid that it b M Jb* the
-' on being con"rented with the fuels Chatauqiia county, N. Y. and the natural is still forming or
gas
few hundred 1dl t fr6m cpnfiji'ed near Kidermiuster, England, has given chalK bonk known In the United
Il them. ( exhaii'trd but how only
tinted had) adapted thi method birth to supply applied in a small way to illuminating time it must be !
triplets alt
"< iirt tlWglit was that' liomif wildest fine healthy calves. and M it is convenient to the
States
t>r frlght'eninj him.I into giving the and heating More than fif long or short that time will be none can
,up Mother and purposes. tyflf -
had attacked n feFi\ but: ,w thtre rnpCJ'tl last offspring were doing well at*, 'tlnpsed before! Its tell.' It has been shown that'wb ro a railroad and thieMis'issipriRiver, whereit

wa* noaunj midible except the noiso I. <".Uiii'.in," a va\I\u.iblo,white, and blnck accounts., .. ,. _nnn years___ n.tnr h\h. "1.0.-.).+ Ant.?...practicaltlttltTlltion !.. well is flowing freely, .and another)I is mar be handled in barges, its slue is
lonoJ wild or the bo r-New
overestimated
IfNh Joshing likely to
ST ; In'1878 were' drilled in the same neighborhood, tjie not ,
cmaanJ 1 by forflu living thing,,UuS .com. Fhufitinjr dO'hitongn: to N. U. Davenoi somo' .tnen drilling, for '
of petroleum at Murraysvillc former at once shows a falling off in its York, TelegramsCATCHINO .
motion coukl not bo accounted for [ |l' I. llrclc111Ohio, committed HOSPITAL HYMNaVerse eighteen
that the f t, Ulobc. jn. suicn'o! recently I by drowning The deed r 4 miles from Pittsburgh Pa. A depth of flow, the Inference from which Is that I
way, ears > J.ouii Dura4MSiaL "
1323 feet both wells drawing' from the same- "SABDDJES.
had
was been'reached
'On-lit volumes of dust filled tlio executed In the 8('into rIVer, just be nearly are

*ir, shutting bit low .{he ,iitjuoduct, 'with remarkable dclilx'rttioa for Which, ,Prizes yew;Given,' when tho dril were"thrown high into reservoir. -
( P'y ,and the air derricks broken When oil wells ct& to flow recourse
? determination. At this by to
gradually draVf4WjctVtitjillUi\ a Hospital Association, Scooping Up Thousands of Herring
cad tliat a ff ttVai'(I'progrcis1 t tow $" point there f is a gentlo decline from the pieces! and sca'tercd around by a tre. Is had to the pumps, but t ere is no such

largo snakes. On raring ..themtbefrhiMifigcobld nt.v shore to the middle of the rhof/abd the I At the meeting of the Saturday and raendou* explosion of gI' which, with remedy for fens Wells., .From.Quoddy, Bay HAll

be distinctly heard.,
Sfckldcnly tho snakes, which wore what the water amo'' up to his shoulder York the committee which hid been ap alArng populAtion for miles around. by natural gas was 3,181,800 tons', vilued the inlets and rlve -trlb tary are ,hundred .

_*ns commonly known as bull," became when ho ducked his head, and determinedly pointed to act judges in electlng'the Upn application of a light there im at $4,857,200. In 1886 the coal displacedwas of weirs where are captured the

.aware of the of .tha held it there until ho lost coneciousncsf. two best hymns competition for two, anellltelyleapd into life a fierce, dane. 0,453,000 tons, valued at f 10,912- herring which'the Eastport (Me.)
: presence surveying A' number of prizes, made* its It hewing and swirl 000. In 1887 the displacement was young
I.K party wbcff the Iarg6r ot 'tho reptiles people witnessed report. announc d, le. factories cure and puck into bolts for
the but that fourteen original ,ing about with wind and scorchIng 0,839,000 valued at $16,417,500. In
W- "With11htblng like rapidit/, caught the occurrence, did not realIze l. hymns hAd been sardine. These wcim' are really trapsof
-.rullcunilkg, .mouth just, tack what i the dog wa4 trying to do until contribute 1, some with muiic, 'and come' the earth in a largo area about it 1889 the'displacement was I4O63iO a nxlc sort where ese) midgets are
ftho lie too late. The dog had been bitten tho merely 'suggesting well-known tunes'to' For five years did this) continue. At tons, valued at '22,029,873.
)t nnd, amid A violent at tido'and released into
lashing high ( -
ot (beground? attcbiptcd to into day before by a rattlesnake1 and was suf- which tho words could be sung. Out of lost,,however, the gas wa$ captured It will bo seen that the ,dirplaccmantof imprisoned boats) at low tido. Seen from a-
cllrr11t firing alt thcio the/ selected the and by means of pipes 1888 over, 1887 wn 4,204,830 tons oran ,
tho brush iu excruciating puin. Vest lea being following 'Wa '
which it eODducte bits'of tho
\ been steamboat
.... \ pd'huBtcr ho was a ef hymn by Miss,Harriet JlcEwnn Kimball to the 'citr and utih/cd. increase of 42} per rent. they appear mere ,
*iecIfu 5tfteIlcy :>r}\iJlct! great \> bay-a few acres 11a place fence in
: \ ,
I r o( Portsmouth, N.. II., Hi tho beet, ;and'awarded I The discovery nnd application of Projects are now on foot to convey this I
'WIU wa
pqueL i4 ; \{ bodifltb/ with bourn that ris< consideraMy
CfctHbf poles
; oldest
tho
home '
I now standing to'hi the prize of $.161.'I'J'> this natural opened up. a new field natural gas to New York. Philadelphia-
gentlemi1J 'tit".(. The
Tlie
pinty. when td! is
tho
hunkes. In Main !Is the of g. I out of water out. ,
it at
fr fumdusSp.uhankmou.sixm.at enterprise probabfo extent of and other Eastern cities, and it not i I I
incnred t",,Iv wad nine feet '' i. Pour 'Thy Lord showers inbuilt around three sides of tWsnclosurcr
blessing liko
rcojit'Ctlively. -t 'l Kitterv I'oiaU This! sturdv oid rultu }, which was net at fully nil unlikely that the places will get fence
It wa an exciting and Interest!' On theO barren lives of fnt appreciated. I { stakes horizontally !
the
'of colonial I II ourS; upright being
dAys wit ected Itt this
in to their from
:,1741 by importance voHm# mills; heat at least, if not light
,fag scene to eu these two, inoastdrs 'Ush Warm ftnd q'lickcti tloa with willows and other
: them
'
4 aDd i I[ Sir WlIlil1uI'cl'j'clo' !. who presented it vfthgrace' : I', 'g s'wo\ks, and other industrial establishments wonderful cart h-born fuel.-[Commercial I \v |
coiL their 1/04' f around Qaeh other (0 his daughter upou her innnia,o' ,with- Till they bloom'And bear apaco of Ohio Advertiser. i lithe snplia. and then filled in with

ia ,A crashing L-mbr4ccr their eyes looking -I l Cot, 8| a.-limvlc It i< a stately old house, Fruit of prayer and fruit of praise: and Indiana, may PennsJlvoDII 1|. brush so closely ns to furfiislr nit obstruction
: Hkesm'all balls life lar jaws Holy thouRlUs onxt \kfmlly un! no\ the infnats
o cx-, Lhigh ]>op td and Containing many rooms, ways/ When it is stated that the nmoimt ot MAKING rsZD1UIK. to' herring which
Ceiwlcd to tho urtnost Ca6it9Hnd \1i\U mouth .Lovpg sacrifices shown, -, thoughticosty drift into the' open gate-
I I i ,nt a pallor 20 by J0! feet. The '" j coal displaced by natural in the
I gmt I
at
I' origiuitt altpajwrstill rem ln.ln A good I United State in 1888 I I falling Then) righttime
cnn opportunity tQ' mtrlkoi Eouto '-"" I State of t preservation, nnd the antlers of Chicfost! Lord/ to ttay may wu ; : 'I' 'tons, valued 'at 122,020,873.'n 14,003,830:( Indians Have a XTaiqua Way of Harvesting ,* boats go in armed 'nith>scines and

,
lid to whom hp currnec-was.retut& ,dr filled genoratfods'njjo 'nfo still In tho's1ck sufferingseo i. .i, > The discovery the gnu In'' Ohiw (the he Finny Tribe. tako-raptir the bewildered shiners.: A.

such that'll wnVTibluncommon to wif- r perched over ,tho doors of ,the 'grout Those ,whom Thou wouldst have us bless supplies i of 'which are practically con- Tito Choctaws and all the Indian tribesof boat load will sometimes sell'for |20' or
new fight this between ,
at 000 much hall. Tho old mansion was formcily ftpArOachcd With fraternal tenderness{ k::.* jt" .:.fini.'d to tho of Hancock, Wood, IJ130.
r Counte too Southwest have of
larger makes than thcsa*!.,this! rpccia.3.Ay ( through a fine avenue of arching With our treasure freely,poured 'Anglnixo lerorwl made invNe- fish without fbr ivwuy bite*.catching Their The cight-T 9UJ'l:1w.i, not,co forced fmEostport ,
occurrcm&'bf' a iing 'u1iDrnH' "li l..but the trees : With ember : waiting because a sal dine factoiy .
r wcro cut down )'oar.ogo coinpha lon's richer hoard, 18S4, at Findlay, when it was last catch took Antlers
: was' witnessed'not long mce Jn .,ono
tl 0 thoroughfares ,ol LccdYhi'c' i a Id Mayove firewood. To Th) stricken thlldrcn, here.: j tho flat C Territory. or ulght and'mUM keep goln t; aslongathere -
northwetel
The'
before the
UQtrV'of the set for
evening |
drove of cJtttr\\-eri poising 5nl 4f latlr I I in '! day -is anything to do, lest the, tender'
T B' 1)Pnrnti of 'vivisection' tho Oho was. char.- with
( tiujorass forty-five Indian
T number | i heavy is f1ii'nar:' sport or fifty men went catch is Bpoilad They are apt to workmore
Suddenly toyk fright tuzrn lioudon linlly; N'cwa'' correspondent nt But pressure ghs. la.Janufri o.. ; t o tho river at its most shallow 1).IDt and
love that
,hto our cross can sliarc than ,
: because tho'piMcntorlal.smalL
in the 'neighborhood ; well by night by day.
wurkshop was brought into
Vicuna I ,
will. Ixj I
telogAphi) disgusted to Dark proridedeomust carried several great logs into the water,
Thy
seem
which bo bcstitakennt'the
,** a number of then to accredit the new rock try can
pcrsoowero hear of an experiment which' took plnrdat But ouf cheer can cast gas as u tr.t.'cnR which were laid acrbss tho making -
BtreaiOj
a gleam
tide. When the catch
t daylight high ,
jnvacto of'
-cmpIQ'ed'1..lt its way PsUrs1.n sonrco production
: thohosplt(] of Professor Strieker's On their lot and in our turn a strong and high dain,,blocking the ,
>fc tho workroojn; sad niUmlUyJ'croatodooesidvrablo chiftA safety endure, with the' is washed and.ArcMit-d'baked; oiled and
"AUUo!
) dog.woa. madoinscnsible/1' Holiest comparison river ficobank to mnk. '
lessons we may Ien'Where boxed then' the' hands to' bed.
nlftrnj thps prolific horizons of the new fuel otPrcnsylvanla go
among ? Jastonod ,o 'honrdlAnd'when hiS' heurt Thine mot A chant or mon was then sun .to insure .
,
own rcvea1lg1Ight' ;
who nnd their
catch less
happened to' be' there. Every and forty winks, more or ,
had
\been laid bare, an.Jp rumenrcalledtho' Stream P el/owherc. good kick for tho next day and the
device had' 1 Ito bo' rfcMyrtvd'I' 'to c'pfHcnpe was appliedwhich.threw through ln"my.tetloUi, night., In two(years/ In consequence of the company broke, Early in the fore- before:they are summoned againi'tO'th'

for their protectionbut.boforg *h ,fist f he-magnSncd pidtiir 'of the"dog" heart :The/music for an original ,tune will bo discovery of natural gns the population noon ot the day up.following: the entire loud-smelling.foolery! '

(beast could b'o'dtlvcn o'ut Another wan the. ,..wall the forwarded, this ,hymn. 'It may also' of t Find!lay hs'lncNMed from Wheat the- bout comes back from tits-
'II I Opposite, "revealing to i 6,0000' company proceeded to ,the riv"r side. ,
-on: its war'upt 1rL Thli 6nu' 'co\ild\ eyes of all present cvor/lndvcment of tho be sang to the old tune of "AI1W m." 30,000. Th cty owns a 'gas There were seventy .eighty people in little cruise the sLinpcr signals the look

'get ao further than half war trp the tttnlr hbart. The experiment lasted:halfan 'The xrcond prize of,.'>0 was awarded toMiiwKmHy wells distributing' plant connected alU.. including Indiansand whiUtty men, ouUat tho factory the measure of his ilUoce611

' tha at the rate of ;' of the town. To this end bells.rtl'
GO parts
worJuhop.amL-thojBtrcet wn:. xuccqstfril dcinoustjation .the. for, th,following1 hymn: cents her moth per travelled! in 'to the of
movements wagons scene action
Mocked, add' nitti- ttlcr"tieaU'on" stove. It also maintains rung, and eathl; factory has a different
t bo a high
of ATliving heart of premium : it
|$ ,thq greatest O Go J of hearken being some distance from the
!
.irs nor the .othiiH t 'that1 was :aboVe Value to mercy now line for ,..supnly of factories that have > code, so that its. employes know wtu>.ia'
tho or modkln little Tho all.
student bow town. carried towIftfll
Beforff Thy throne wo humbly : men
could 1)0 ,been how- calling and what in-expected of them.
,drlvca..oflitholrromLtps seems,
lor I ( \hero
some tlraet''Kventually ropes wero "I A,if AN In Worcester, Man., has a dog'that With '*art add voice to Thee we cry, J eYer !ttablshci gas 'It effective In arrows. ,Tho dwMf.hertiug is first cousin totho-,

'cured, and by tMlr'\nolin" tbo .crt'i I'ro.'ori'' 'is only n year old and of the Prince For all on,eartl"hO suffering Uo. n t i 'proluclng'1ieat'thad in giving : it f 6 Arrived the at the dam, twenty or thirty cluxi| whl.h>formithc sardine of Franeev.
lght >
the staircase wa. firit pulled up Ilt UlIIVOnund Edwnrd Inland breed, and is the constant Wo sects Thee when-Tho dwell'st o'ml naviag the former power to a great. This-is-a men proceeded hard to substance outupthe, called bait., It is not qttitc so.hard and the cottonseed

lIub50quently hriUlcI 10'0'10..to companion pf. his boy, four ycnn of age. >lglK er extent than the latter. It is very by the,Indians strange"devil' oil in whicbibi embalmed not quite. so.

the street, -The other was 'got into1 Not long ago the boy got possession of a Beyond thtf glittning t starry,'r",ky; r ouimly handled and the heat generated: which bad to be cut Into.shoestring. with and savory as4s UIO' olive oil in which dts-
'
pieces
the street hatdiet which ho had been forbidden to b all sufficient for the aristocratic oousia at lies
by a similar- process,' but not WufindThcovhcn TholloU'st bo- purpose of making axes This done tho, devil's- Concarneau entombed
before tho;workshop they had seized pus- touch, and won'tTabout hacking things low., steel. The glass factories mo' i espec was thrown Into ,the and shoestring,the nut ho i. aa-numerous and he<
water fish
session of had boon completely deranged generally and endangering his 'own legs.. Bestdo, ,tht beds of want. and,! woe.- ially .,'making flint-class as thohef hundreds of which had, accumulated during -, is! easier cuoghU When the French' skipper
and ,After.watching short time the be better of ,
Its occupant, considerably alarmed.- dog can regulated while bur. l Our tho Contarneau desires to get a boatload -
night surface
approached took the hatchet away from Bo ours tire hearts ftnd hands bless ing gas is free from smoke often it, coma to after of clupaa he jnust first purchase
< A KOTEI,exhibition, was given! the otb'or'.Rlgbt the boy, carried it: into tho garden'nnd The sorrowing sons' 'of wretchedness.' coloratho gloss. In whirl the most seductive bnil-the roe of-cod

la tho transmitting room of tho burled it; and when the child attemptedto Bend!Thoi the help we cannot give;, finest fancy waro it burns into tho gUs Ib was not long until it;wan-plain that which costs-about $2' a barrel. This-ex

American Telo bono and Telegraph dig it tip, tbo ,dog (drove him,off and Bid dying souls.arise and live., ; in different metallic the devil was in it sure enough. It was pensive luxury hit must spread upon his,

ComplUlY,'No,. York City. The music Jay down over the buried hatchet, effectually s colofs; the process requiring sometimes J1ot.long until shoals of fishiaamtt tho net bcfpro he dips- it into the sea aad.;

of an orchestra/oiMett listened |o)' pjovcntlng, tho boy fromvecoveiing 0 let tho hsaling waters spring ", ,as., many as five separate burnings, according surface and floated listlessly about on the scatter It upon: tha, waves afterward

by at least *lit'auflifcn'ccsall! several ;It ._ ,, .,.,., .,-, Touched brThv lSitvlnaranL' winir':' "" to'' the number Of colors used 'waten. They appeari-d to bocatirely 3nticrf! the wary and faisiguificent fishkig i

-inilcj apart from one another. In tho ]I A MTTJ.K idIoipl' \, four oH\ was With quickening power and strength impart Some of these factories depend upon the unconscious. The Indians explained that But tho astport skipper uses no bait.
yours "davit's
IJong-dLstaace, :.telephone\ central' offices, ]1' brought to Dr.Lanuotortguo, in Paris, and [wells of their own. .The of tho high shoestring' had,: mado them and0 auxiliary save the mighty tide
drunk and
that it
at I'Mladelpuia t and I3aluiinrr? people To palsied will, withered heart. r* 'pressure line is gt was time to.begin the whicn lends tho
;her,case for a time piuzlcd ;(himt p'otond practicaly're. to the slaughter. diminutive wnnderenwithin :-

beard all the numbers ,ot lenthy' pro. neither walk nor stand, and paver Whcro poverty in pain must lie, factories that use main reliance Shooting with bows and; ,the sound and leaves him helpless-

gramme, Tho members'upd guests ot I 1,smilod.bor took notice of anything; Tho Where tittio-sl\ l'rlng children cry, of the city for the past two. 3 cars hat and for a time tho arrows orro-ws flew began thick there. Tho whole af the French couto.nrcording .

the Newark Board of, Tradu yoro oUdtbvorcd ', doctor concluded that tho abnormal narrowness Bid us hunts fortlas called )y Theo been upon tho famous Karg well, whoso that one was reminded of the so of to 1IoorlIaynle, produces annually .
scene
with tho concert. Iu a JIg hall i i of the head obstructed the And in orlglDu volume was cubic about 00,000000 boxes of sardines;
Thy poor, Thyself to soo. .1,000,000 Jionetr'ar nre. As fast ]is-the fish
'-over in New Jersey an Jramenso Deceiver j! growth of tho brnJH.,(itui. in May last he ptrr day. evlul have shot and brought to- khor were and Ka-stport, Me.,producer about a third-
had been placed find tho mvslo,Was trans m/ulo urv Ind iOI1 'In tho centre of 'the Be Thou Ofiod; Eternal, blest I been tliillctl.by tho city since it under carried to thd they-IndIanWOUIM" were as man),.

mitted frotd Cortlanilt street clearly and skull and vyt a piece ,of bone, from tho Thy holy Demo on earth contest I took this largo supply, but a very important i[ and tho\lUp.whitevome.i whi'rotlu: .

dl tlnctly. flcneral Superintendent jHibbard j left eido''qt.It. Thai result Was Jlartct.t191ts Echo Thy prato front every shorn1 additions hu\'o been made. The: beta invited, cleaned, nnd. who had Elflh Oil and Fish Scrap.

from his residence' nt Morris- Within less than a month the Forever end forevermoro. supply 1M up to recent date, been I I About o'clock fried them. -
town, N. J., directed the programme by j', < enough to fill all tho t a grllnllllsb dinner was
child could walk, and she .snor4uIto ft ** "uuo'abndant new .
This hymn is be to uebec. spread.AU The fish oil, and fish
lad
mean of Ids1 cabinet telephone. 1 Id Cuertalned i ) sung scrap uetres.

< V 'party of guests and in hts' j>, brightplujing tico,. cvervlhiua,,smiling around, and her.taking no- rat an they were high ano.o., I pt'ur misgivingsas 11'' the, tha afternoon, until ft or? o'clock, on the coast of. Mainb from' fish caught

parlors were 1)lacetthreo' big' receiver I: to its sport continued. Sometimes there in seines are ot cocsiderablu importance.

and cighty'nsllco telephones." The BKcAI'ax of the griat; poverty among A Tale of Barley Corn. to have permanence been entertained adequacy by the seems would bo twenty or thirty Choctaws in The oil.is used for various purposes-per

aurvica from. New York was ao good tho Husslua peuaaats on tho Volga it has dents.In r.t the water 'at ouce... About 1,000 fish haps, after passing through the hands ot

that sets were formed and quadrilles mul become A common occurrence for them An Oregon paper note the success of Indiana the total dairy consumption were caught. Pour oc live of these the chemist and mixed with other ingre"

waltzes were Danced;with, delight add-. to sell their cht dren. The police officers a young woman in ono ot the, northwest of gas during the weather reaches "fries'1 occur Antlers every year. dicnts, it is labeled "cod liver a"," as

CId by the a,w experience.. -. of Nizhni-Novgorod recently notj. valleys who four years ago sowed us her about 200,000,000 cold fet. In Hamilton lar<:.l changed into olive oiL'* The

fled of, such A cuse. On a steamer arriving flower-garden seed from one head of bounty the (gas) Trust Company bare I The Bed Cedar of chum or purniue of tho fish, after,tho
AI.EIA.KPKR WILsON a br keiaun of a Washington.
*
romK7anwuRsSlaa boy about barley. In due time tho crop ripened, sixteen wells, from which they claim a oil pressed out is used as valuable.
freight trafa recently5 h rt with wbat hoonnldeied
,, 13 years of age under guardianship and sue harvested it with a pair of shears flow of over 70,040,000 'cubic'fee*. fertiliser, worth duly
at Chester Prniu. the most
of an ArmcuUn. During the passage and threshed it out by rubbing between seen almost impossible to The Seattle (Washington) POIMutel- 'for.*hifcu* and other domestic animals and.

cmarkable escape from horrible death' the passenger* 'ri tll'td' that tha. boy her hands. She saved every keroc\\ and of the productionof the field,keep so bad ligencer says: Anybody who tra\cUin fowls. .

::io jet recorded, The train was )being cit was trying to: run away from the guardianr the next year sowed tho"Whole croJ.\ the is it increasing. Every'city, ra and the western pat of Washington or visits Hhe secretary of the board'of agricul-

switch:a portion of' It on.a aiding atIVelsh arid os>hA ,wa uo.ble.tq,dp this, second time harventlng I it with her shears. hamlet jn the gas area is being supplied: the numerous i&laada ia Puget Bound, turo,.f }JIaino n his report far 1874*
the
street. AViUou uncoupled ho attemM e4 'to tHcow Uimwlf"Jato the The third year's crop from the multiplied The farmers are Making wells for their or further up in the (iulf of Geori"will said

on and stood on tha'tod: of. the IQbd af- river. The police on investigation yield of the original head of barley was so own use, and the neighboring cities, not remark a peculiar tree, occupying the "In August last In accordaace with.
tachod to the locomotive. 'sudden i
A
I I I found thpt tho boy had,been sold to,the prolific that her father had to harvest it, desiring to bo left behind in the great I rugged barren domes, where there is recommendation of the board,. I
Jerk cueabtnitcp lose hU balance1
he Arntcniaa by hU fither in Kazad for and his implement was a grass' scythe.the industrIal'lace, are also making efforts scarcely a handful of soil. It belongs to spent two weeks in visiting and inspect- A
fell between the rails
ot the directly twenty roubles. He was rtlcaseJ and threshing turned out enough seed for to secure their sh.r of this best sf fuels. I the Conifera., and! it Is commonly called iiig the establishments along. our coast
air that
cars wc/o' jrapUlly an\j turned to his native city.i forty acres of land, which last springwas In Howard there arc twentyeightgasproducing Western red cedar or juniper. 1'hU red where the fish known at menhadea
him. county
preaching Ono. armas sowed and this fall was Harvested. wells cedar of ours is a very peculiar tree, and (brcvoortia menhaden) are mwufacturad .
.vcr a rail, but S*tta'f.'iro'pre leaves oiL
and fruit from
of bushels .
Thf re was an average forty to most of which hnv been taken. The a Commencing my investigations.&t
miad he'wlthdre J\uailtmui'htnf J.y4ilc rl1Jt I1q1t frontcl ol. ? I
the total of [..fimilar Eastern species. The trunk is lioothbay and Bristol .
acre, consequently a yield estimate will, approximate, closely they were extended
to the ties. The six can pinned over was attacked, by 'a large panther that very
: 1,000 bushels in four from ono,head the actual frequently enormous, for 'It measures I eastward,to Quebec and East
him, and : dJ"i tho btaQ.l i sprang frou a ,tree her, horse.i lie yours prouuct, whh'h by these often ,I port,
upon II eight feet in diameter where the
of barloy. The local newspaper in twenty eight wells, though thq herringthe fish.moat largely
rpda \ aI''i>it hit i t".t1I 1 failed to1 get a sufficient footing upon I 78.00,0 tree itself is not tall : '
used
for
ffiut in thu
1 especially
oil
residue
higher after
proudly commenting1 Up1)ft'tl\1111anltl.: feet day. This presslng'ot
per :
turned | the animal to injure it in any but bble II

,
llt'ct tN' Ij way b altitudes It has
"( The cent "llSJI \ Mhifh, tai*' tete"ea.t' power equal to 890,000 of \cry strong and po jver tho oil, is largely used for feeding
olco
dered ex Imii torn to frightened 1\ badly. girl
young
observes ful limbs mostly bare -at the end steep and
that io tho
whertas beginning. ?verge bituminous coal % I poultry etc.'
lie tpvthe beast as her tot rifled horse rushed per anuum. .
nieces mfa-OCuloun
m upi )W e-iCApq' here and there
there hot to though densely covered In Itoothbav there
have With five
was nough
Iiowovcr Ihb barley kept regard to the supply of natural arc companies,
and vR6r carl had passed
away. ) (1" ," 1 I frouf losing itself in tho interstices'( a gas in it while'the top In old. trees is almost al. : engaged in this business and in BristoL
he crawled off the track and coolly roowmcd (KIt ,ot, t/teySjo| Pittsburg ,
hi) post 01* the train. 1 Hi body country It possessed by !Ir. Ye who is i broad it h l
as and the
high
enough coupled with the art"t>f*iuaau- grown with such rapidity that it bids is merely a towns of Pedgwick.blue HilVSurry
bruised and the ind ot
was slightly onedacr Secretary of the Qorean gation at facture, to make the whole vale) | drunk.Staad fir ere long to completely supplant coal weathered stump, though if Ly accident ate., are a number of ,companies doing
WM,cutoff. WiUon. bulongs iu.XVUmiujtwi Washington, Mr. Yea*, 'jpt been / the soil is good, the
el1Cl4h) rd, for both domestic and I juniper Washing a smaller amount Of business During
tTf.o ,
jL. ,and is an old aud isperiented tjiado happ J W f tll th manlfaeturln, : ton attains quite considerable I the (
ruilroud( inti" ,1J. ___ J u;es. ]t fa estimated naturalgas a height. past btaaon the Bristol companies
msn.I.4RBT
of a little Idihghtcvafo child.ej companies of Pittsburg are Thered cedar is more like a block of made 381,030 barrels of oil; and theItoothbay

ViirtCf' a Hafive of 'IreUnd' bl'e1lMend Washou Ye," ,A': Queer Horse Disease, lug more than 27,OQO domestic consumers supply rock than ? tree., Even Its bright cia' I companies ,- total of

mad foi more than forty vctut resident English pieans "Washington.! This and manufactuiuig consumers namon-colored, bark looks hoatrthiag 355COO burreU. From this, 18,500 tons
.f child Is the first born o( the Cortan ,1,20 like a deep hue of porphyry. Tb wind{ ,I of or chum
Harper's Ferry/.Va*and at out tiui an.mployeejtetho I A disease Ti'orses, Common In lOW fN'' :00,0,0 to 030,000,000 .cubic map was made, worth
ynitod btate\ Armory nationality in this country.AK of the older silver-lead mining per day varying. of the Olympic Mountains hlll1.. power *11 per ton at the worksgiving a

died recently ageil :r7 Tbf do, immense cloud of locusts recently !but: hitherto unknown in the northwest.i camps. "ith the condition gA of the weather ( hich, over it; the heavy and rigid trunks of I revenue of ,ifOaOO. tho total product
ceased about &ft cn\eiir* ,conceiveij' ( tho it f of affects all \ this tree defy the power of the storm. It for both items being 80ili75 for thayer
agqj TMused Dyer vVUh J| t qd.tn.dl''i {* iU in the Colvillt couriC consumers), and !
appearance '
the uoYcllilca ol uw tombstone mt i ill always si'tut no matter if the wind L Ig74.
making The stream of tht.\o terrible pests made Jv'ortheastptn jWa hlngtp., It "with the activity of msaufartlt Is
and procured "piece cf(5ate throe by live, Its appearance at about. a.JO ; is a fatal malady prompt!", Kild that in the city Pittsburg and roan in canons and uproots pines and I

feet, cut th&apcx in furiuiof it cross, till nearly 3 p. ui. The sky adlsstedI I and resembles lung IUrat fevr of iu vicinity then consumed during 1$N3 firs; or if the day' is calm and full of sun Hungary'. Laboring Population.Acco.ainf .

chiselled r hi* flame, id:4 of ,birth with them buf QniBstfQt> Ihiyt did"tu* _/ tome. The affected animal many will an amount of natural s which, if the shine the burly' junior it i alwuys im- --
and thinkig&Lawould (liebe,wc a thayesrf icttl at U4Iu ", consumers had to movible, always* rigid, like a column of I
bad though a. good; ,[*>! stand in the same position two or three depend delusively t6 the last
of lbH3 and 1800 rut tho first three I lion of the swarm Settled oath. fields In, dynwith drooped can and ,UmV .cot>l, upon cool would suave required during ice, and grand in its sHe lice; and if it Issued:from the special consul report -
Stste
tures ctrthit face of the atone but not tho jie'shlkwhooil of the Mutt village, to the led jOn e, and seldom,ris1( the year about 8,500,000 ;ou. }f to' tIles it Is only from old agt. for the jun.per at W bingtOIlAwtrla-Uu..Department

dying at that tfoefh i yu jtai the last r ;ho advent q( these posts U regarded byite fro rail The throats of ; this should b added the amount o j coatlik'h can brave the fctonit of centuries, hand and 334 loom'Vl has TSft

figure and luusiiaimJ jfjM&nt| $ to his lot4 erlplors
toue WiViolie-temelert.1 1,860men
thu'
i A accident resembhpg ,*aacon,ofM'boQs i 01 th& 'other parts the fctjte, wha now ,A Chalk Mountain 1,009 women and
Mr EIatwubt ai i latom1toa MoT ringuUr U ninety children
tied depend natural fuel
lungs a decajed, upon as a the
During the work iolor go I that hand-weavers, receive from f3
as erect.cpt1f 'ft i illTOAi I irotfUupgary. POrle4.I' The affection, Is- amount would be increased men
{ m rftff ttt at least
luliu-ik-k electric central station a ma bgh 01 Last winter the di cory of a huge to $4.80 per week and women from 11.00

.& ic1 ether truWor uot.1I which Vis bosily "cuga- d in dciljnsthe breathing the dust, lila fji, atr r 10,000.000 JMuch tons mountain of pure chalk, in I'uton county, I t.) IJ.63, nod povcr-luom *eat er&f men

at aU eventa f'WR\1J' w.tWt1 4. the ubiquitous ny, climbed on and lead ores;:knd it t moenafu11y" waste U,,occasioned by bunting: JlI.!| one mile from the .Alexander unt1 I (rein *2.4Q to fi7: ? an4 wonuyv fro .

New 'or? pM FA btiith pi1 I. ou>kit lightoi.'J pltt'tod.-t rhU by admitUtertBg melted Urd aadbtituting ,ah the gas too hijta n4eatsand i-vres- line /three miles from, the lin of the '1..0 to .-,13 per week. Eleven.hour*
milk for water drink lYe use of the in ,
't.be.treu of iiaaudsl sweet for gas keeping furnaces
sola
tightness a
I occasioned an earth connection and an Grand Toner and Carbondale Railroad constitute a: day's work lf'hOo
house YerJ much under it* value. lu;- induction bobbin was damaged by the tag. Quite a number of valuable animals hot between turns. Careless employees and within three miles of the MissL I time being aliened for dinner. The
rling his wits to recover his property, he bare been lost in the Cotvilto mines waste the gas because there is no check ippi
breaking of the insulation. The spider Hirer was announced; but until within yearly product of the Austro-Hnngsry
tit on the idea of working on the on account of the nature of the affection upon its use, and because there U no the mill is
supeiditLquz of course, paid the penalty for intruding past few weeks the magnitude of Snot valued at <1, 97,21L This pru-
fear of the n,w owner, Every {ato the nary circuit of 3.000 volta being tiakn.OVL-LWOSt Shore. mill inducement to prevent ia wast*. In one p find was appreciated, inasmuch as duct u nearly all consumed at h'nneI -
care
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NOTES AND COMMENTS seas arc full of whales tal lf efc.t adds lo; : I.p ;G1m'iW'IC.F. / .A DOCTOR'S CON FESSIOX. Substitute i't
frr Beef f.
Tea
tho interest
with which the ,
proposed expedition .
liW year the most notorious (trust was i Is '' '. 4 'ih ,_:*_ ., .
regarded. Its commercial "LI rr1. -
Dc.'tTaIi. '
the Bread Union in London. A California STorest Giant t ) ) .. sad At.
itll bnkers ltJook f in portance not secondary \o its tcictiliei .Ieee ..e Repirter fi..T.. A wholesome substitute for beef tea iaa iTs-
the impcrtnnt 27 in numb 3,000 Tear Old.
tho ft. ,{ "Hnmbu(t?"Of course it In. The so-called pc& soup made with a bit of carbonate

dissolution'metropolis of the Thd fa'ln-c-arrtl e tru! "rH >i<1emc( nature of c.ime Is a .t is generally admitted thatiro'nti: wiener of meklne la a humbug and haa I f soda to favor solution of the tcgetablo
trust i is now bwn from the ,tlme of hippocrates to the
an- "matter trees have rarely on-ceded albumen. When the have .
DQUICe'1 of frequent remark. Let a peculiarly they cry retpcctablo -. rroent. Why the biggest crank in the Indian pew been thor- C
atrocious murder, for example, age of 800 years.. !Tbtt (,recent trtbm I U tho mmlioliiA man." onghly disintegrated, the wdlmcnt will 5,
THE unusual mildness of the weather bo committed in one tilaes. Immediate)] informatioj gathered by thtj" GcrmiU "'.81'1 frank was the admission especially settle and a clear, thtn fluid can bo

)last winter 1 Is curiously illustrated by a imitators spring up all over the countrvand. Forestry Commission assigns to the rIM 'po wb1IR tt came from one rf the btpjrwt.young poured off for use. This, of course, con '5 1 i 3.'

volunteer crop of oats at Oalashlels, Often, nil oter the citilked wort.. 500 aud TOO 'years 'as a maximum. 423 ; phvsicUns ot the city, .on* whoso taint nothing comparable to the itimnlatins -f
is the
8c t1nod. The field was under' oil Inst An insane: person or a dbbolical sconndrcl Yoarsto the stiver fir, 275 years to tho has practice been graduated among but thousands a few 7Mr11"II8Y'thonsrh ho ? cxcrcmcntury |ingredients of beef \ .

year, and from the shelled-out grain tho 1m Perpetrated a series of most foul larch, 243 years to tho red beech, 210 the Buffalo C01l",r. ."Very ooy WM his o- tea, but in real nutritive value It Is really "

fjrouad become resccded. It took root murders and mutilations in a reputablo I'rears to tho aspen, 200 years to the flee too with Its cheerful grate flra. its Quean superior to the moat lH'Cl\uct.-Df' FfXlt,', 'I

and grow, remaining green through the quarter of London. Tho some crimes birch, 170 years to tho ash, 14.1 rears to Anne furnitnrf. and Its many loungm Sail Heallh .Vh1AlV. a

TvSn'cf and yielding nn early' crop p this hate been camaiitU.il in nnny other I I the alder, and 130 yet: ((0 1M crc. Tha 2TT frt i: 2 and" ntlrreJ west tho on.,flro' lacily, lighteda \ ," ;
c ?
year ci'J!*', not only in l'nttq.r1"t u other heart pf tho oaks 1-JhiS to t'oCftt about !'Take the' ,prescription lAIr down in $Ui4bohks i 4Spdpening. '

IT begins tff bo apparent tint farmer and ivrnote coicniw, "'rh'J latent iroittv- ,1116 ige of 1500 )'Mrs. Tho holly oak an.1 what do you flndf Poisons malnl/, .. l.Strangtr ," '; '

should pay some attention to what may tor is.a Tillaln in Ilclsingfors the prln- alono escapes) this law, nnd there is a and nauseating stuffs that would make a .' : ,
bo under their farms as well! ft? ottndi ctpal town of Finland, who strangles his specimen of this aged 410 years in ctistcnco -> Withy man an Invalid. Why 'in thJ world (iu tho new town-Wta't'I ). LP 1:
oolrnce snmiM' for ItS rcmedlM
Ing to the surface. A Knas.is niiin victims Happily ho Ins been found. ncflr Afshafcnburj; in ( ermany.At I chnnot tell, nor go to can poisons I find any ou' who tho show hero for a punning business "

sunk) ,a shaft on"thw.farm, andjn poingi Thc firlginal of thisdaof fiends is yet the Edinburgh Forestry hibillou, can" I mane '

,down 100 loot IItrack' ft fiq4ooteia ot ht Hrgdv.which fact show/cither that bo foot years ago, thcro" ro exhiUtod two "ito"drveuli doctor know th.'t>ffpct of' his -'lrst.clllAl" >Yh\ is your bU$- ; ; .

mineral paint a ten.foot stratum of fire: if the most cunning of criminals or the .tMhsvcrfe sections of a couplc.of Scotch mkltcinef' h. asked. "He Mil.; pre ll 1 Incas ( ;

.' clay, a twenty-inch vein ,of coal and police vi ho hunt him arc tho most inefficient lira. One'of these which was 71 fcot in anti to goes lllalhi awa jr: The the onlv bed end way watrh judge the would'be I'm an undertaker. H.v

deposit of marble five feet'in thickness. Iii existence.. diameter. was 217 years ofC*:c; the tient. This over ommot be donn. 80 rmlly pa.I Great Bcottl I This is the chance of tour, ,

TRAMPS in'Iowa' are taken cart .RDlso \ ---------- other, which. was but 5J feet laid inincter daft know bow. he Is to tell what good or lifetime. Como right here., We hare eeexs'i'Ltm1UsTcAt
well attended 1bn fuosit of tlivra: Vra "Medicinal wa| older Jind exhibited' annual hurt h, dooi -Honutlme; .ago you remem- five doctor, and threo more coming hero
Plants. rtus. A Sequoia ffiyatifta tcllcd In bar, tbe Boston; Glob. cent out' a reporter next nlh.-l'itt4btlrU'lhtlle.tin..; i
'inclined to shun tho State. These that ("Ith a stated set of symptoms lie wont to Ih' -,,& ,
can work and wxm'$.work, and persist in The pamphlet of,Mr. Charles rohr on CulHveras County, .California ..measuredS37 Vlthreu,prominent' pbynlrlaas and brought I'H.w There seems to bo little going tS .
feet in I Uata l Fleih.
323 feet
height
'berafyg, ao clapped int jail, nni put 'tho Medicinal PUnts bt \1i6dJal' in.-diameter Jback eleven -different prescriptions. Inls in musical 'circles'of' late but tb n
atiard lab&r. WhiM there are dcintcd \ { \ be 'lit the base, 13 feet at 12feet .above the dust shows bow much science there la lamikichie It I Ie not what one eat that make r>nn fat, :
they 81ltl"Sh'o'1ist of 'plmits\ with notes on earth, and had attained the agcof 3,000 -" hut tlm fiHKl that M proivrly dlirrated and a". is much talk, among musical peoj4iy 4' -.

tobaccoliquor, and sporting or their distribution and thd proper timo of years.. At Arcadiat bo \There are local diseases of various charao- ,llmllntnl% hs increases tlie., fleh. The t"tli of tho tnarvclous cure of Mia B ,' '
Cophyoo ( ,? may that lien soil frrinont In thd Moninrh crim nrti
illustrated .n.llolVcll'no., .
'panc rsuand ,are collecting the pnrts used contains acme seen a plane tree which for a long time 'teri for which imtnro proTldp positive rein -. uool''t"1I1"llnto lrrai,. dOM Ibe sstmmuh the high contralto B nger.-wbo, loot
amusement' 'whdtev r. "Two" flr three'weeks fats bf interest 'respecting 'the flora of tliMi. They may not be Included tbe 1"f'gU.1"'IIlyalolau'l harm, a.t icy Say. It make* n loan t Iln
of this treatment generally effects the wits rosrardcd as the one that the hkot- lint, perhaps because of their to rarry so much arrtunit 'with him In IIrllft' long suffered from ,a:.soycre throo
I State and tho home of its medicinal ian, Pausanias. spoko of in tK4 second tioiplicitr but the evl lance of their cura- that thnre Iw A full and thorough illKentlon or enperindtrceS
a thorough cure of laziness. plant. Theflurttpf Alabama includes a \tury. .4 itt,. power i.beyond dinpute. Kidney dl- anti.**Imllat Ion or food' the atomnrn, tlitf bronchiaLaffeGtion,

A, SILVER mine jn Colorado Is about to majority of the,plants noted for,their remedial There is a In the ol ,e bo worked dectrlc1t vahlo' :, In cypress tfcinity ,|.) herbal remedy. Thousand ot nenoDM., chest condition. Tbe4o RN-nt Organs or life Las been perfectly cured, by u.
by ,. 'The minor i feat 'hlch ,irdfound North which is regarded bbl been frequently aced the aid tif varloitit herbal ,
as ?
the top of a mountain about 2,000 America sof the llocky3tountain*. a j\dUII contemporary of'Julius Cncsaf.icg and according 'eVery Fdntiao Tear, P..., write I.4.AuRunt as does 7. 11 1X00. J. Gardiner, ot JiilrtM.jtaisbhtIs'ntodii It U to them what their oil w Is
feet, high and tho carrying up of coal The plants unmhing drugs of the great- to another and more -lnuaible "A few rears ago I nuffereJ more than friction It ,I* slits friction that Wear outtneehisnleal 'coupled with the ,;uso'6f Dr, Fieiet' '1?

has hitherto been a very serious itqm of Importance have their borne'pdncipal- legend it was against tho trunk bf this probably ever will be known outoiilo of tny machinery I a< well nit the Golden: 'Medical 'JDwcoroy, Jr_ ,
It is the intention of the minting ly in the woodlands of deciduous-leaved self l with kidney and liver complaint It is machinery of life. Now science ba dli"CTivrred
exponsq.
tree that Francis I., seeing.'nil lost save the old. .-visited doctor after doctor, the herbs bat natural ly aid tbOlIlO\'i nil bronchial l, throat ftnd long aIr_ '1
.cmpanr..t.o."ltijiz." t.1l jta.rfalt at the trees in tho northern section of tho State. honor," endeavored to break his sword. but M nd avalk]I >'1 was at Newport ao.ll'r.Biackmaa nient u( tba 'Moiuaob., liver, lions nn In'
foot''of the With the I bowels They recontstne.I that efllraolon ,
,
: mountain where flu electric enormous decrease ottbe forest The oak of wlcar| Lawn in the forest of reoomm odedVarner'e&teCurt'l. remedy known, Ur. Hull' $arsaiwsrll In. unequaled remedy.Vhcn'coiopli-
plant to generate a 100.homo will area north of tho Ohio river that TiaS 1 of it and found relief
power Nee wood was 111.robust in 1822 at tho coDimrncod tho USA If yon are In a tate of m'licrnl ill health Rive "
be" plB ed. Thd 'power' will bo transmitted tnken pliwo during the List1' thirty. of 000 at the .,mqwHnt-lr. Altogether. 1 1Q44 three bot- It a trial and see how much better you will c:ted with Chronic .Nasal 'Cateniw
ago years and ftnjuoepootk tie truthfully mt-t tha|it cured ma." feel. _.. ._ its should bo' l 'Vith tli
thence to tho motors ut tho sum- fivo years the supply of crude thero nil jhi, hate been .ed M (Chiipstcad 1 al1r11 1 .. T_ _|_ nso coupled
7f.y I
mit of jjiioimtitin, .ju (l the mining drugs furnished by that: territory has Place, Oduuty t>t lii MM'fa Jttrr.. f 1.-r-t I In Tttnn now they track,a. "ur. e.i llet 'ton1 uso 'of"'Di'.'SagcV Catarrh'T. tt1cd.1.'

t operation will' bo-comluctcd- wholly,by been on'c.'llolldingly.l't'd\lccd. The re- around which a fair wan annually, bell The LBitr'Factory.1A )-trall-lan. ...sl..--em.-.-.. Of'all-druggists. ______

!,ele tn lt1.1.' Q ": 0 (" nourfceexisting ia the lnora ,cjcvatpd re- ituruig.-thgreign\ of ,Unry V., in tho I \1; ; : FOR Impure or tbln, fllnod ,Wf,1I\.. Mal. .,.fU- _
'nIt 11ieTtiost gionsof th<>South havu Consequently fi/ticnth clergyman rhiItodthe down train tin, Neuialicla Indht-.otlon and Jillioimopw .
g'l'stc't e. mysteriousrace ,
Qn'urH. I take Hnmn'a,Iron ll.ltrra--: given utrrnttlh i"(r in,8aeRKVOI.TKR / 'T't
on this earth. No one knows exactly resorted to. Within tho past ten or fifteen 1 The1 agVVjf thrt ''Brabiirn jew, in this from Boston to Yarmoutbport tho' other making old t"rpoti* fvrr ynnugaiiii' )ouniperauua **-

where thoy came Jrrun and nobody Yfnu.Xorth Carolina has bccomqthe'clntro same county of Kent was. cxtimateii by day,had his 'ntlebtlon attracted ,by>"the lroni(| jilwmuH to txku.i"TlieMiortcKt RrohaM> one of the ralo- 'U -
knows.what U become juf the mdl.t active trade iln Dei bo and ho succession of In toiies nn the train was II.'WEBHOI _
to .
|o ftf thelir. It IS'ubllohttelvi Candollo1 3,000 years, Joke. Often mckee tho,,Vni t Irma ITw*ft f* tual I amMT
impossiblevtw* tell ,tihethfcr' this line, which s. tndulIll)' extending aUriliiltoil the same ago to another yew, 'passing through Brockton. 'the': city of filii. :"> Ant I manuraalnrM choSe pf all I InS* >iq-t Ik.' _ _
farther 4.i.-' :' 'H ii *
they are dying out; or increasing in num- South and operations have: been' 'that Fortlngal, in eotland. The shoes.' ,Msnnfa.linviInoatlbrii..5laM44-J'. II''55.

bers. ,Somo, persons learned ,on ho successfully bl'glln,1 tho northern section English historian Evelyn, in the seven.tecnth "How many factories are there t heref* Trade and ('....11.*.. tl..orilnul.milt'>l.*"lotion' Con.U'HlIM,Hal'.': JJaIlmtrlr,5 pnSIs-lrotbe.i.pisi.
of Altibaou.: This region 'offers a' he asked a neigliboringipassengv "hai4 Tn*YOUTH'CoMPA'li> subject, ay that there are no brgnuiied century cJtod a linden of tho en {; ,.
h' and I'.rnl'l'I.rl. ot $-b"w waiwhipanA' lOWS, they ar*.nrt"iwl"fri *
builds of, 'pKieIn the Unitod .States; promising field for tho enterprise, wltlithe 1v1o11t' 'JNenstadH ( WurlcmUurg) then. the row no end!" each of's hloli dutcrlhej the ultnrnnler of tome ".rablll\r.\ ",. .''.''... lnaoIb.Iss.IMs
and others prospect supplies to last for long ( .'lj1tt:;:hut th'*,lout, ,tho'passenger ImtillDg Trade for Hu\ 'or. DcoupatlnnUlrlii ro- 1' ...J. ...'r..11 wb _______
factJj'plisd;
equally learned say that the aged more th30.1,000l'a" ,( : They (five Information a U she Apprentlcinlilp *wrt i *oiil"for. th*(f disappearance of of them time lo come. ticulnrly iu the mountainous *, I folv vnrtllahl, Slit ""._ p,. J11 .
great numbcrp rntulred to 'learn sale .tho Wngv* WKHHON Kovnlwr ar*all sUmled ,
(tour the! United ) unnl hilly\ "distrUts, extensive r f'Yew're rnIstnkenvH' '*idj tho ,.9lcrgy" lo ho exprcled, tin julltlea nmdeil, od..r rU WOO flmi mii, adAiii end 4.5.iwen. at i'.l.s.N _
Kingdpm cataqnlybaccoiinted ; ) tracts,'Anllt Io'r< thc cultivatiou of the ,Car of,Oanaries.::, '.' "here another." to eater and the(.' it, mfrtivM./ '1'o.N.w in's ire t*> .:: .. ;:* f5osvydeteL Is--
for by }their emigration to this man HMl .. I''lit bartnir IllS irtnuln ,$ U '
> jriMr 'II ho Cecil t'l.7S at anus the i'ao'r HI-OB i iriraUr sf015. Sn y _
country. soil will probibly: ..remain.! it not vio- .- --- ,vtl.:" "I tell.you thaf was tho lastfactory," will be milt inttaJaHi JIJIIII/ ,. '
.
Ax orchestra} composed' intlrely* of 'lent'ly interfered' .iwith, in the condition Cananos should'never' bo kept In the said the pt imperturbnbly. V.Crjrfnii 1 UK.OC1'U'e thiS i iintt COMPANION Addmi, : Botton I' M. Wlaw liMMrpllTwaUl'xniK will ronnlni rmnrl a.ft nrlmi"* | fnrnliihM anrm akeltS5.tit m- 'I. __ ______

S men., women, boys 'and girls kin' I or wo&dauc1s' | : Tbul! : we-find' the interest small bell-shaped cages so commonly ,As, there was'likely to be a )hot argument _-_l'oC i. _I_ ._._tDc .. !. "lIoalC" SMITH &' WES8QN,.
poor of tho healing art closely used. The third ., '$VllsnSIoflIbietsPpp. eIagflpld. M. _
families in Now' YOrk. was ;established I connected cage ought to have at least a person' pnciflColly Interposed T.a 1'" apeoslate I _
three with the question pf .the crya- two perches on the same level in order' and cxplaiiiRtt that I it was the lasti iitctory Anyper aendln**their name and .,
years ago by a bcuevolcnt, Indy, lion of the forests, pf ,cur. country, and to afford them the exercise of hopping; -, ur, in other words, the factory .whcro d,will receive Information that will load
and'Mr..Theodore John, former conduct ; 0. a fort".*, Reni LewU A' U x, BvourltyUnUdinv for allls rdaredjivor{ ;
of the('itv Orchestra of Freiburg, hits the pharmacist should feel, iu.duty.bound and indeed people ought to'Vliscard the lasts are luu e.r-Cape Cod Jtem.alnie Call_ Uty,:", .
to unite his effort with those, IN ho.arc round if
their
cages, only for own sakes
many 10 thoroughly of them have trained becom!iIs T profcssiounls.pupils that already striving to secure thl'l important as it is seldom you seo.abird, kept In r.:EIIS X'cll
Their practlelD -rOO, 1 has been the objoct.".i-LPullUlnr Science Monthly. one;; tSftfc-haS: n6f fcpolled' its tail and her own stimulus,! mid recommended ut pretiald oii.r,f lt't of 'I .r.lIl itile.I Box. __
drawing-room of.thqir "* '> ,'' wing feathers (and ut the samo tim\ .ts among other simple, restorers, ,"a breath '.dOllIl1'4G t.u.AO,.'.an\lIlU."aWoM". IlI1T1 _\ .. Q .'
gcucww patron good looks) 'by rubbing them under nn apple true." Cider' drinker ---- om A.Lt.ZanUGGI5tZsI.' _
Tho ngaiiiht
I and they sometimes play in public for Kneeling Nation. *"m>*d free' by 'D. Itixn's OIlU1 I _
'charifablc-objects.- .-. -- -.- the wires when jumping to and from $Jts sometimes have that breath 'under an apple Minvi RMTOIIKU.J4o flf* stieS Strut d ,.u"
perch. ,; tree strong enough to knock mini Marrelou eur*. Treatlaa and W trial bottle -' --- .- .-- _
.
''Jtl tlr'u'1VrL\rA 'l'wayslt' >'clswjtnjasuiw I ,Although \pnnes'n1f'.th\ mdst 11'-1 Another anil11- down. free. Ur. Kline,tIa Arch tU) i'IiU"!'*.. '
t t 6pcratorsj'' line religion* people, in 'tlioj world few I necessity, very important 1
telegraph -- ; ;
ll ..1I1"3.1..nr.whllr4'
LUioiHaUuUI
If < K
tnca, ?*<'!> whcn.jiu the, inouatjiits hunW j'I., them cfi'Vgci!ngonAtliojrikn.ea before one, too,health Jou want your1 canary to ( .Itf r"t."l ; 110",C ll tot.! .'t'>'l.r.Co"KallltU.tJlt>,H s.COLD -VASELIN.E-$

,Ing.. and"tho first thing ha does ia to establish -!' a deity in ,i temple br at homo they may preserve iU niyl song," Is' good, A11 claim nit conahttto"lIb' the high L, _, __ ___ __
seed. The mixed net-d sold'iu pdck U U -.;;; :. :;; -;:;; '
'
tel phonk,111111 tclegraphiq com- j j vet boj described appropriately the cliaracttr' Pjrup 'of aro" l r---- ,
Tlg hIurP.lYavolded'by FOR A :
inferior and ONE.nol.-LAII nil.l.WBlM by *
immicattonj ivttli IJerlin. ; It inus6 be h j I!>khll ling Nation'since they do almost Dearly nlwnvs isconippscllargoly the Fill If you w. will rtf llur, tree 01 alfaharitM to any i _IM*m
,
inspiring fcpcctnclo to lICe the Emperor' everything on their kuee that we, do of cheap millet ,and Immp seed,. Cal. Syrup Company. It : gtHJ Ito Uutt d Htatn suet'tlu|toittnilat'5tloI.S.as.. ,
: and to get at the latter, of t which they ac" gently on the klduer",'liver.nd, bowel, I"lIy..II.1O .
walk Into his shooting-lodge call the sitting or standing. or On
up Swiss-tOes bottle of Fl. yaVnltnaOu ,.
,,captain telephone aDd .auiloQlCo, to *)Whepeifvr.S.ue.'|bo li( nnthr for- I I scatter arti all aud ordinarily waste atlllio fond, the btol tiU- 'cleannm! ( the *.t ,u effectually but It I* DotS "ute,or lendlngr toCONCUMPTION' r.netwn.mI,5InhtIeotVaapIInIiunWtG J of c..ll. told (' : :: IUu. ..

tho:special court cju-boiclernnd ngoat\\if t2nnrtfvtW at ain, thbj t "tll1f'l hU rest oftthe seed cure-nil 1 ami makes no pretension thAt every ..',k.oevs.IIn.csminens. ..
'the Associated' Pre s" th'nt tie liltS j just MCo'nhd tuo'Wrviint'glrU Qropdvwn.on .' Hemp should never l>o mixed with Iho bottle will not rulntantlnfc.: u..,"II. uf\. .., Uupeatsi. .. .

hot a groundj8<]uh rel and all U well.NxTEMrnx < I thclr.knees .imultanoouslytand other a'i'",(but should bo Klvcn: a' vpry ,- I C".l'.II.otYlla.* iwo-ouno bolt S_III"St.squlstI.lisu.ut.gdl Ills"_lUua .- I
few seed at a time either from the hand
fisherman .
anhrcudfinauclcr.
their TUB lie .SCOTT'SEMULSIDr
tU !
8,\KCBAiiono a Japunwe1 1 uudH.till \ ,nose almost touchesthe ;
druggist, has discovered ,1procl'loSl by'] iloor. The same is done when ho or on the bottom of 1h- tag!. : I\j "ay keeps nn eye'on, the net prollt., OrIW, Jt6 Qi.',.,any,<,*,!*urtto* ul Uu'
.
{ I Bird teed should ho asS
ah\Ays bought p. lho-utt.HI". Iff ',
leaves the inn. In this m7
which ha can convert wild into I respect Japan dr5j
hemp u aver ,
loose by the 1 from any Eo.asnsseepeeasreatea MrI5-<
reliable
pouu a n.11 ThI.VWoolterOne .
fabric which cannot bo distinguishedfrom hus not changed oxcei.t in a few largo grocery IIn" 'I/4fl. 11"I1'.11_ "..u* Vo. 4NoII _
or bird store, the proper proportion Iln udrtd Dollars ,M.'nrd fornnyiiuenf Intuit r. viuo antmllatlm tfMfl kiM tltM or'_
silk. Repeated tests have been I I I hotels ia Tokio, ')ikk "JCIoto, IInd'othcr. for canaries being two parts' J of ratarrh that cannot tw cured by tbe..hr.ii.li M(.. ll... M4 Mint H|., H. .. ,, ,
made of tho new fabric at tho silk-wccrr. : cities.which arc kept by Japaneseproprietors canary taking llnll'n Oitnrrh Ours :
almost! seed to one of summer rape. Th<*canary: fc'. J. CJIIEM.Y & c.'U., Prop*., Toledo O.We .
l) for-
log pstablishmcnt jn Kioto and 'else i exclusively >r seed -should be lirge, plump;,' bright, tli. undi-rxlitntil basS known J' J. or I.'JUJ con .,n.IU' 4)IL CoughgCo1d .
where in Japan with satisfactory results j Ilner" and few natives lire :a'blo or Cbruiy for the In'.. J.)'uurn and believe hhuI".rtu.ty "
AND
and clean and not have the, urroruosruiTcsur _
slightest .
hr.a'F tiling to' : $3 or fc.1.30 a day when lionomlila ia all IUHUI-M! tran.- .b
have that the pay n*KeiIMM Ilka
Experts reported yrt\i tiuu _
AKO C
aviijtxm
be musty smell nl it too often has, A bath tlnim and Hnonrlilly able to carry out any
the softness, lustre beauty nud more they can comfortably bousd nnd fed in uliliKntl'io waite l>y their flrtji.M urrxixn oTmxa Fon.'rr..Tbla .
than the durability of sik| As tho,plantgrows I In n genuine Japanese inn for :aJ ut a maybe week given in every day Hummer uu t txr& 'IUVA1, \\lui\uaulv\ t ru gl.lB,Toledo, pr pnr"llun ontalni the Cumuli SCHENCK'S h
wild tho silk worm his c'oll.ir.; In such an ion, again i it.would 6ticQ a winter. A PIece of cuttlebone Uhl", ting pror,"Tic. ft lb. 1lyw>nlnt iMit I ,. _
,uiailosu', II he considered should be always between tho WA'/lJliO. Xisak I MAavtNTiolwale. and flue kunerolan (M J.ltvf Oil. t'ti'd'
breach of
job. -H HA a great etiquette 'wire Cakes sugar! aad other dainties lruggisle. Toledo, 0. .by ihyilalau' ail the world ort'. It I Mpalalaltlt ." flFor ULMONIC
if the sen nnt girl, on being called to a Jlol'' Catarrh Cure U taken internally .. .."". Throe lime a* rfllna-
KECEST Scottish Ji-lfwr publishes n guest's room. by cljppn! the han 1.did! fthnuVl uever l bo given, but a mall piece ,,ttinstlrectIy upon tho bluod aud ninooujcurtain duoS a* lucia Coil Liver oil. A rerf''t _
letter from a traveler, in' Reclmnnalaml j ; of applo or n little greva food such us .of tbe a)"'.'0. Teilinonlivl lent free Emulalun, Miter than c.JlotJ.e"| mail*. E'r SYRUP.
Africa, in which js the following tClltf- !i u.t get down on her kuois Iteforp'' In. lettuce, chickweed, or groundsel i 1. 1'rleoTdc. pir jxjlllu. Hold alldruggiit all turin ot"'. ,"Jibnuii. Orft .".. '
i quii'iuji what !') wanted Andhcaa -- ---- ---
mony jn.favor tof king barefuutud I ILorsus f.Japanese cats from hlslitttc'lufquer table very good occasionally, and "'tftnd or Icy winter In : "UTnay'lntcri'st )ovcr'of hon8 grit should never be omitted from tho sUp the dug of war. Scrofula, and liS a Flesh Producer I ai4 ."",'lIh. a panicl**f
three inches high 110(111 foot square, not I .or."Jtliln tn/nrl Ja _ _
,to know that the rondg were ,very hard, only docs ho himself kneel but bottom of the cage; la the, breeding A fatherlove.I.i5 ebltd. A mother wonbln th.riot.bjnghike ICOTf IMU18IOM.It .Ii.slI5.uh( .jl.55 "'
bare rock ia many places; that both our "I i a girl, season or during moulting some hard It. hoili elrl 1" the ,'hlld should iireaitlunally I. told by all rnle'''': I. no on. ty ...IIIIIio.'all bregg
horses unshod of them I also kn'els opposite him, waiting to tilt boilf-d be given Pr. Hull4 \Vonu Ihiitruyer i'rof BM eiplanatlon or lin|>udf>n* entreaty friea f\M ftr ..e. Pr. fcliwirli1. Dooti ** _
were though one ,egg chopped very (tine and mixed .. VmniiBinkm asS It* Our*, aulixl rnw AAtaM ,.
his rlco bon 1 from' tho big vomel'stunuing ---- -- -- induce 7014 to aoue|>|a nut iliuw.
bad worn shoes till the last ten days; I I' up by her till ho blbnd with hn equal quantity pf t ruOiotl cracker Tallora'trluituUij*-the one old Zech gave ..--..----... Pr.J.H.Bohenok*Boo. Wia4lph
that we rode most of the way at the hand side; will be much apprcciatcd-1)ctroit.[ Free, the Wtxlcnn. _' ., ,_.. I .--
gallop or rough canter, which is the [ .-1 Courier-Journal. Press. HEN YO VISIT ATLANTA; RAPPV KNEESI'08J'I'IVD.yaJlIUft lit-Ad..pt.4
|pare _ I was In poor health ami liming Until. TB.
of the up-country horse; and that their I' ------ ; food I..did not aitreo with DIe. My liver y V !*..>( Fall I. ".." at BL.Vr.'. JKW.t.nv l, JL

hoofs were as perfect at the end of the "Th Ooo e Honk High.", PUgrims Mecca ia 111 Luck' kidney br'/lI"".and nile of etnmiwk Ur. Jiull'g all _H.Did m imrlll de..DICe4.which I HTUIIK, T3 Whitehall Shred,, 1Jo. 1.1I"" .I..50.4.prufMnlmwl.,. r.nti.k4 IMUIIMMneun A.knf m"-
_
..
the Stoel and Invent In tfo -J" f.. ."- i. .. .
journey as hey were at beginning.1 baa ina f &
LY. ._
oJ. ,
WM"to.
C'O&DSo'to ScitiitTSc American I Cruel ill lu('k has befallen some or the rrvawd my oIKbt--i.II. .':Jievctmi iklumlnuOhio. I tVSooltty Emblem. a piclaityI I
the and tho ponetnitiu ot 1 Iii) you know" said Captain 3. II. Indian: pilgrims in JIccc this _______ 8ud me I1.W1 1U111.t a, HolM Ibid 1'ln vf M WtlsKay OUto
range power Jones "the 1 year. Tho any Order )on belong lo. flr Ie" at home wttk ____
> ,
faying 'EtcrytbiagiglotaJy Too may DO a man sad jet not good for '
.
the modern rifle-cannon trcmeu Joua. JlIIrlm'a.tl'amcr ... ,
Pc fdn
aro' ( which r '
left much. -- ----- --- -- pain.Book.4p..u. _
I The six-intJ riH f vkill Jiurl U">rojectic.through i, Rod thtj' gaote hangi> ,high i.not core JJombay (or Jeddah on tho 17th of Juno t MONTh 3av'Ssy..ee Me* er Ih iI1riwLll WRMI _
,
rect P f- f I $65 lt.dtoe O .M.
IndlneUlon and $tomaehdisisders. la41..IuaschCeuD7. WOLLJeY.-
ton an.I.haliathes of wrought had on board more than twelve hun FOB n.alMlla. I P.\.Zi.il...I'.. PiiIlad.Iimb&,1. B AMaalauUaw, uili ltt4 IIl1etoaU IlL '
4 \ 'the"muzzle. f .1'NV; whyf \ I ., dred of .u. "ru.D'e leesititleri "b. Hr.toI __ ___ _, __ _
iron thousand front Moharocurtlaus
a yards It should be The goo..c' honks theny packed it 'lon,, U rebuild tua.y lein,cleans the Blood --- --
is uttl'a the wuscirs. A npUodid tonte -
The eight-inch ride will pierce sixteen usual, "like herring in a bnrrel and ueu2tlwnii
hIA'h.9(1 Jcnow that the wild goose,'' wtak aud d. ;i& ponwu.
for v
and three.tenths inches ot iron at thui I It H not surprising that duiiog _.
| } iSfiiog sSutli at tho of the ----- -
beginning
ivp>
distance. The ,teaiiKh'riflu that tbe voyage't.txcasesof cholera
occurred gt-TrlTof
them to
> ,i How to anU-'marry your
tola. cculi.ir
the rejuvenated itiantoaomolrwlll carry'

will send its missile through twontjTono the in the Interior have I( fluarajuinot at the great lied Sea port for .II. frle UmtlwmrtKa.
inches 01!iron a thousand yards a u'ay. At &lIyln: People ten days Mttn: this period ),sot Thf.peptO! . :th's.imf dlatiufti the 'ttifclre-iuch'rlBe, I )jicrvcrted: vinVv.iUejfOut.u.' Jiang In- lapsed anotlMrr ca e ",..J..rl"rt, which "rstihuIt'.1 ll..iJllO."lmltlJttiDjf of bratlful day ,

f wiiluU w, ute to hive t-gouply i iu th" ibridpI4honk.'uft.u" .lonol ia a fviutlt, ; Carolinian' to involved a lCoondJlrlUStioe.. Uy this noat.bH Iwtareii Ihillnian tlru-lnnatU ikleaffi ant, New oIlnlull York car and. THE POSITIVE$ CURE.t 5'
,
1 ; future itu.heol time the jtcriud iif the sacrt'll vi.l Uk C1uiutaqn _
%ill cluteJ,.auty-l4ht ceremony 1'110 Alllraln run
iron, : I the manor bora, dbers: th4.weight of of walking round thu Kauboh during lie natxun. ami MM* |n>ra hvMIuit ELY JUWTI1JtWJ. U Wama 8WlerwTork. Psici4OcIASXHMA
nuty-onu years with the tame ciwy none or templeof through tlekct.are prrU-s| to stop off at this
ONE of the coming women h Miss Ella kii.iuc.-e hilt he bore the old doubleliii : the Prophet and kissing the blackstone .rl.-I"ol. ",rl. tie sure your U..k.jf read

1. Knowti iho .ettIc.T iIi Montana not ,,i .I ftb tuber that hari in his! room,- sftlJ to have been given by no angel via N. Y. U_,K O W. It.--B.- '
.
loo< f agO'wIth"th6 detcrmiuatioti'of becoming | which, he wielded in a wild dash to Abraham was at an "lid l nod thit Woman tu-r dUrav and their treatment.u .I Ire
_
a leading lawyer in White a city i with Wade many io tho poor pilgrims having _|*nt nil they Ladupon JI&I4. IU !; prleWw."f 1\(0.. upon i's.i'eiiI rt COMellN5A7iC1.L a.c:1; ___ .*.K.r, rW
.
I Ilaaniton yujuilgnj ot ..c'e4 milneet" Ad.l. I'rut.R.
I' a -.
fur from flek Jt1.' She wiri. this )) Olllt duty .0.(9 compelled tu r ,5wigg, ----- -- -
not pallej ot %'ir'.ri'uitJurin.c'thetstu war, u.iateL ).U Area tI&.. Is, -
until a bU} ,paned the State. pgJ laturcdmittiit" Su, his wurJU good Lori ty in regardto return as they ratue. It Is painfully lg.niflcant .- -- -. -, -- A 1V-h
tha .' '. and then that the petca-i brought back Timber. Mliteral. farm lnd. sail lUaeba PENSIONSsfCwl
wyoien to : '
I' -he- ;00$e 'l1qQkID instead of Kmurta 'hll' n4 .u k.D. _
123 leu than she took In Miwurt.
cotecea the fina of Kinsley l & Khowlet .hnnjjUJ1( hig'h. furjiu his beard tbeDOd persons out. A t.o.aJW"' 'y, r&tu&tLos..t .) "
Last year she collected bills, not &mucl) uttered this bird similar! incident it U taM, hat not oc- '1 ,'ii as 4 '.ii.ai.sia. ., P..iis5.easeS'V.055g. .as 't
by peculiar many currtU roe haifa JtIr1.tarded i 'We IMd lea 1.-0a-u; ss.. ...s-i SISiMUSC *D*s. Maa.LSC'v- I
.. for th& bencliu to iotroduco cvutury, .
,. pecuniary M and pinny time a* the iratjdqrer soared S.4.s./me.-p J :. FR E -
the -r
faithful
by as a vLiiution of Divtaetf Noises -
herself to the miners, ranchmen and1 aloft ab><.'e the rive field of Curoliua. Ringing 11t4I

real estate/ people f>he was-a u reltj, (lAtUnta Countltutioo.: 4ispleasure. ., '4 .l'" I. UMMra. K'-w-iliiK*d iivla5.iuilaj, seaM, *UJUI InfiSu-
and wu treatcu at cuch. All the du t- .. .., _ppUiaUK.Kit rrfar ut |>Mui./ an ee. 51
'covered'uart.lIect"hlu claims were given In Juts CloUiai.". catarrh that cured."/ III .-aIM sad **rycoauMM

to her for tune but 'bbS' eollerted them.aud '., HothchUd'a Wi h. "!_* I.i HUTU k.* lf a.o r*, f prawH and rsDt.

oae.was gave her the aJJrwitu of The BierdiaHti *>f )alr"as. are i MI ta,._ *l "*. u.'. >'_.11, ifc.*- BORE'WELLS 'V I I LJ.1 sri'Ht M1'V lanai V LiOCCiTs.CiI5 *.pcei5af.tb.eise an* Shli O W is.* _
"
four vacant umbrelLui and ua" d $3 A story i is reljtcJ of..one of,the Rotbv- determined' hjl'uV bsgIasIialt) !** k isiS BurM r. U aTcu lariy iMrmt moWy<* I $1111 FelliN I I,14.LU144AW.71. _
'! bk* U terse by miUMMaf |ro abloul lie '
lalarrk. "
piece for their return. Mtu Knox'1 le< i I ('hH.twind, may puTer hue l leu Mid lie forgotten ia tUe mid t of the coiton- la*nniio'tty vklck ca.*' .54 p.u.u4.l ISS. he W.Is a.ila. .w lb. Pt1 .. _. '
Lroubt.iD the nanrttt tail not only .'"' I Urt. but wuk-h Beverthelesrf is cfltbrutfoo at the Piuluaoot = IT*t v* aul J Bi O aori
( by true. bagging nxjxrtiliou. A.KMC, Try Uouft B* *|iarUU. i>7 yf 7* 4 *
f20 Itit Jli4I.fulku k-giU biuJaea of the ; u* eJry successful businew man, will Bo they have cbo*<;p fit a rep. *| sasS HeedS fnvrUI* (oetTwtiKUrHMfattltMWflt sM f

.. .iaiLia k tV -' -- -- e4-uiatire' ut jij'e, Mr. George F{.emaa, isuw k. TaMrk I s- wsEai* I IMiesICatoaoiu
HrruBKTu polar exploration Las been r .1 "hope." i.l. friend to KotbscUiU. of that city w ho'*> ill come V> the cjfiu .. ,.y &****>*** isOeeiaU7 la t* .110 l.i LCOUIS & NYUAN, ,. '.s. is&lIbyiv' .
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0htk'\arctlc raUieY Jbao the tiarcti4'ro. Pi'ihatjourhilttrea aw lot fuafood uf itkia ana>tU fr"ur t1tal.l< tu foot ia jute aMes- IS arg' feces y rtqM ; TIflN. OHIO.C -
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'll(ii 1 TbefVfu'l m4I2tJlr Ikfiiiticr.jkowvr OUIJ .k'l. |"<>b MiJ IV* << tu youtiodd LatgiDg. A* -Jlr- Kftm.vj {Iii 11. fCltt. Jk-**!la*.*>$r*WI..!ser*>t .I. r be '
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.. ao" Is.i Ub b lIuPi b/ theNerwegiu rgllodhl wish> that.* reph4'1ti4hsthIW. aLou\. e'dbitiug ,hAt pc4egg1ngsuit .".not fl dM
'ordonskj ;and UtradDickioa. !. rl.wish, ttcm to'jpye Juin/1 soul, bewt, i ia. It OMBuur itui will jjttrwt attets- ant--- sw.. >ba .Ik* s-p4 i

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of the Australian colonies have about 1 be happy. It requires a great deal tilboUottk Jog mode by thu U Jiea of the (own, and .u.0.81.(055. &L$5.s4 Jr. W, made ibl another and a great deal ot caolioit t* tic will come to Atlaata attended a '..Co ecommended by Pliy lclao*.
pob expedition to explore i I by wh r all *U (all*. Pl aiit BJM! ajrneUt
the region around of near the South i make a great fonuue. and when yos have cum mi t tee comp of 3lessn. if. T. Hood's Sarsaparllla CUMrea U* f* vilhoct obJeeUou,' By

hole vhlcb fll tart withia t tlrmootha. :t got it, ft require. ten time a* much wit Bullock! W. K, Treaaweil and J, .. lets kya *n**>**
Tits fact that thee far south ::: to keep |C.' -i&ieatlfa Americia. t Too4e -lAtl4.1lta[ Couatiutlo&.J : c.I.BOOB a PU,.*H. KM*.

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Steamboat, Competition. few avaricious1 and bloated : : "

td III W Is SOME SPECIAL BARGAINSCLOTHING

Chapter Two. ( p III" 8 f'
Mr. Mason Young by alleging a long I : hi. ,
'list of Injuries done his company by \be L'J ta .' ,, (; r wR L'f
E. C. T. Co., and by filing a bond suM- 2::,, 00

clont to compensate the new line In can tI' 13 i L *2. 5j? o hid
it I.I wrongfully damaged bat secured a S.
temporary Injunction restraining the .o hi *
Opposition company from landing at the B5H g g. S1J

railroad dock at Titnsyille. This was j !
not a difficult matter, for any of our cltl- g llJfM-! | ( ? AND-
zeus could easily appear before the hi ::
Court, and, by making certain allegation t L'J P 0; a. ; ,< : could restrain the car of the J., u M i. ; l r 0

"1'. A K. W. Ry. Co. from entering the r ) t : 8

town; or prevent temporarily the Indian aSrlfef'!* P; s i' I THE :BAZAAR.

..JUref) Steamboat Co., front touching at *
the railway dock if he would give a bond : *- & > MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED.Groceries .
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sufficient to Indemnify the sn .rJJ s
concern
whose business was wrongfully interrup : l\ ? "' = ; .f '

ted. ( z illa.p? !! rJJ. H SX*. :a :c 7, ,
Mr. Young, In his petition for the in- CDM g
junction, claim that the Indian River : : ja 5 H tt O H. Grain Garden Seed Fertilizer.
3 = Hay
Steamboat Co., leased the railway dock = 1 ,

from the J., T. A K.. W'. Ry.> Co. lie : & ifl .. .'" I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock: of
does not disclose the fact that the B. R.Comml.llon E p.j() ; 'I"
t .i r Staple Sc DFaney: GJ-roceries, Fruit
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decided that said lease was P '
Told, and that a railroad cannot, lease ., 1..1; o III El) And Food Products
it* terminal facilities; nor does'he Inti- L'J l5' Of All Kinds. Also My Stock of

mate that the property in question is =;" kI c:) t: ? Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Sced Meal,

upon a pnblle-treet of the town of TItuITJU FJ fI' P lA' Ground :rood and Wh..t.
.: These matters win be proper- I > I am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively In the above line of i
It brought- to the attention of the Court Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. invite your correspondence and solicit ,;
by the defendant company., He also your patronage. Very truly, '
JAMES: HOLMES: President J 1
:me'Le BEt Y.
says that if the E. V, T. Co. are allowed COUNTY
the free use of the dock in question ALBERT: A. TATLOB, Secretary.INDIAN .

thatthe; entire public will insist on a GEORGE M. ROBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM,'
llfce use. That I. where he hits the nail BANK RIVER Attom 'l-at-Law. At me-at-Law.

on the head; that Is precisely what the ,

publlo will Insist upon, and what they Robbins & Graham

,Should, have insisted Upon long ago. REAL ESTATE ,
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Mr. Young also swears that the new ..
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line is seeking to make their headquarters : '

,at his dock. Is that a fact? We .Real Estate Dealers.
were under the impression that New > $100,000. EXCHANGE,
Smyrna' < and Rockledge were the y
principal headquarters and terminal : Equipped for ALL KINDS OF PROPERTY BOUGHT, SOLD, AND EXCHANGED.
COCOA Indian Riier FLA. .
points of the new line, and that even In (
its Branches / Member of Brevard Abstract of Title Company.
THuirille Its headquarters were at the ,
office of J. S..Watson Jk Co.,-at the less i I .

pretentious' but more hospitable citizens Property of All Ms Bought, Sold and Titusville, Brevard, Co., Florida. 1

dock. We don't believe that the owners Security. P. O. Box, 250., '

of the Sweeney hare any desire to approach + : Exchanged We Buy and'Sell All IUnds of Real Estate and are Sole Agent for a
the sacred confine of the squatter President. large list of carefully-selected Properties all parts of Brevard county. '
,occupants of the railroad terminal : RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, location and,value of any Property
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@ All Inquiries will be promptlyand on Indian River.
dcllTer and receive freight and
xcept Cashier. Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are unequalledand
answered.
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this right we understand was freely > J. F. Woorxir. reliably every effort will be made to give perfect satisfaction to intending Purchaserswho
grated It by the R. R. Commission, as --- may favor us with their patronage. '
No Properties listed unless the Title is Perfect
:stated In their decision "notwithstand
'lug the alleged lease to th. Indian River were quite liber Palm Beach.' Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring large bodies of Low-
to nearly Priced Lands.
.Steamboat Co., the railway company is Write for Descriptive Catalogue.
-commanded to deliver freight consigned The Bessie B. arrived from Jacksonville -
to the Sweeney at the end of the dock;" on Sunday on the 12th. *
but If that craft Is restrained from '
ap- ; on Sunday night Our beloved (f) citizen Will McCor- EDWARD
proaching it, how will it be able to STILING
quite a spirited mlck, has been. spending a few days at '
transport It to down-river points'I.
when the bonds the Inlet.
temporary Injunction'may be a '
that he would Weather fine, but a high,easterly gale. Cocoa Indian River Florida
a good thing; we have our doubts about ,
.lJbo'X; for building a ([One Westerly Gale, but I don't know"weather"
it, but we are not running the railway Dealet In
for he counts not.
or )
every
company;,, but as we look at it, they !
Lave,made bad break. They have asked this place. for the The Brass Band serenaded Mr. C. C. Paints Hardware Stoves; Tinware & Agateware
Haight on the 15th, and a ,
the strong arm of the law to protect received present ,
their property and their rights; this the Association the our of a $20 note. The trombonist is PLUMBERS' & MILL SUPPLIES OILS, GLASS A PUTTY, TABLEA
court will grant them with pleasure, but pastor of Bap getting more than $5 per week now. The POCKET-CUTLERY, BARBED WIRE, WIRE NETTING,
incidentally they will be called upon to quit excited second B-flat cornlst is playing the old 4 WIRE CLOTH.
how just what their property la, and appealed to the familiar air, "Iv'e smoked my first ci-
just what rights they have in the property take Mr. Hal gar. no smoked his a few days 'ago.
in question, and if they have ever The cash and I[ do not know what the result was, but m
given the ultimate outcome of the,litlga- rapidly, and we he will not B-fla,-tered about It. (Apologies -

gatlon, which they have set In motion, a looked rather to Mr. Rnthven and. a coffin furnished b .

good sober second thought, they must Indian River As- with that Joke.)

realize their dilapidated, shabby and unenviable at some future I get abused by everyone, and I don'tsee
condition when the struggle is why; "don't bother nobody." I a
finally concluded, and how little theirtockintrade heard from the L. W. C. Co. that theyare
amounts to, outside of an jealous of me. They said I wrote p

abundance of bluff, assurance, egotism, too much about. the Band and not:
'' braggadocio and threats. The courts enough about them. They feel slighted, I
'don't weigh these qualities very highly, ': poor boys! but I don't see why, as they 3DOOH.S, BASEl:, BLJN'DS: : : BRIG,
and the very et6clent.manager of the J., .a flying trip have their arms full of business all the Limo & Cement, Shingles & Lath.
T, A K. W, system will realize that ", but he did time. If the) don't stop growling, I will Guns, Ammunition and Fishing Tackle of all kinds. Ship Chandlery Goods Gauze
courts are not blind, and when the evIdence with him. stop writing. Doors Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasoline Stoves Coffin and Caskets;
1* all in he himself will be" adjudged Baptist friends W 4 YBACK. ARTESIAN WELL PIPE Specialty. ,Lawn Mower, Ice
Cream Freezers; Brick, Lime, Cement and
the usurper, the tresspasser and the at Titusvllle, I Chimney Pipe; Flairs & Bunting,: ;
everything else vile which he has called for the soul Fort Pierce Entertainment.The Table and Pocket Cutlery; Mouldings, Scroll Work, etc., eta
the defendant concern, when the court Catalogues, sample card and size list sent free on application. Correspondence
takes the same view of the matter that of Titusville, entertainment at the solicited and estimate furnished promptly 9
literary new
children
the able gentlemen constituting the spent a store building given by the school and .
Ball Road Commission took of the subject ",with Mrs. the dramatic club, was a success In every
and decides that a railway company particular. The largest audience ever :
J. S.
gotten together in Fort Pierce was Watson Co. .
cannot lease Its terminal facilities; to busy now shlp- present The school children acquitted
'say nothing of the fact that the wharfIn out cabbage. themselves; remarkably well both in 7Coission
question Is on a'public street .of the us that he hat speaking, singing and general move-
ment and Their
town of Tttuiville, and that the railway Is putting out deportment parents
and teacher had reason to be proud of ,
company itself is nothing but a usurper '* pea are look. them;: The pontomlne of Jack and GUI
,nd tf8Npa84er, and that IU exercise of nothing, still In elaborate costiimes by Fr B. Everett AND
authority over the property In question, to it and Mrs. Dora Tubbs, caused much merriment -

by leasing certain portion of Droad of Titusvllle, neatly done in the, and audience.the house It showed wa very its FORWARDING
street to a favored steamboat line, fish and car full measure of appreciation. A SO minute MERCHANTS4
packer or lumber dealer, Is nothing more girl, Christine charade three acts was also a s
or less than a genteel but audacious pronounced success. The parts were
., visiting their taken by Misses Matilda and Fannie
Dealers
form of embezzlement in
Every dollar Aunt Nettie says Metta, Mrs. Dora Tubbs, Mrs. C. T. Mo- Fertilizers
the railway company extort from' the for she found Cart,, F. B. Everett, and W. T. Hardin. ,
lessees of any portion of Broad street, and The stage scenery, decorations and eo*- P. :Heuderaoii
cunning, Oo's
c Garden
and every cent it exacts for wharfage IsIs at tames would have done credit to more &ce4s,

unwarranted, and can be recovered prattle very credit pretentious to the surroundings club. The smooth were way in a Orange Boxes &
(Crates
with Interest, providing a judgment for which everything moved showed the ef- paper.
against the concern would be worth past sev- Iciency of a half dozen rehearsal The
anything. (and fine, Misses Mett are entitled to congratulations -
We have no doubt the temporary Injunction can vouch for) a* this was their maiden effort CEMENT PLASTER & HAIR. AGENTS FOR OCAU"-LIME
will be hammock grove. Mr. Wallace Hardln made a most com Agent. for the C. F. T. REFRIGERATOR
dissolved just as soon a* plete and satisfactory "English Dude." CARS. '
the true fact can be placed before the charge, and sold Mrs Dora Tubb showed by her fine WW FunUh Car Whoa. Desired amd..that then....
Judge, and we hope the E. C. T. Co. will : the wide conception of her character that a* an ED, and TRACED t*DtiuUeo.properly W.\DEDICEn.Bltt-
of actress the I* a* veteran. The.comical _
dealer
Insist
securing damages for the in- character w..lIn. C. T MeCarty, in We will Buy all kinds of Fruits, Vegetables, Furs and Skins intact
Tonvenlence they have been put to by full' costume, a* a "Yankee Grandma." we will Buy and Sell anything offered to us.
being enjoined from landing at the railroad could wish to Judging from the round of applause solicited
dock, and for any expense they '* pine land she captured the audience. Mr. FrankB. Correspondence on any wants you may hare. .
have been put to la having the Injunction ; many of them Everett a* a I'Tankee Greenhorn," Respectfully J. S. WATSON it, CO"Advocate"
was a roaring syccee In an elaborate
dissolved. If Mason Young wantsto of burdened with costume of wig, full beard etc., a U
.dance le'hlm pay the fiddler. skinned and yankee doll be did come fine acting and
The Indian Rirer country 1* a fine section look like a plo-. showed capacity. The proceeds Job Prl
ntlllOffice
well worth it must of the church. The
contesting for by a COTe one see .
entertainment wa a great treat It i* a
)ous corporation.; A monopoly of our U ao lucky a* to direction
itep and
tit proper warn en- HAS A COMPLETE: OUTFIT OT ,
compere* would be a. nice,thing, for ft win.be complete. Jo1N alL DESIGNS. GIVE NEW US TYPE A TRIAL.OF ;THK LATEST



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