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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: December 5, 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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Steamboat Competition., Our down-river merchants and growers -A nice line of dress goods expected ,.. Mr. B. O..Butler, of Boston, Mas, -Lieut.'Swift and family are now located -One counter nt the Bazaar dovotoS' k '
will do well to look out for at the Lund House. to special sale Monday 17 *\
keep a sharp daily at the "Bazaar'1 send for sam wan a visitor,to our town Saturday.Corporal every _

Mel n. Bobbin A Graham have moved suopiscious The opinion characters has been expressed thatit pies 15* T.: J. O'Brien is in town. -Engineer Fitzgerald' house I.I being Ir., G. F. Morrow, of Chicago, IU,' '

training the Court theE.to C.have T. Co.the injunction from landingt re- is probable, an attempt will be madeon -"The bustle tea thing of the past," laving come up from Mlcco\ to ,Bee a pushed forward rapidly. was In town Thursday .. t, j

the Broad Street dock ,dissolved, and the bank, but from a talk with Mr. says an exchange. We always thoughtIt doctor. He ts i on the sick list. -Mri N. M. George, of Vanburg, Ct, -We opened yesterday a new,invoice ,., a r'
motion wa. argued before Judge Brown, and examination of the vault visitor to Titusvllle Tuesday girls nock-wear In latest style Gardner ..
he and safe, we are satisfied it would be a was a little behind. "': A house to be let in Titusvllle, in avery was a !

onsiden roome last the question Wednesday.involved His as Honor a rather dangerous experiment to under- -Mr. C. Van Horn and Miss C. Com eligible position. Just vacated. -Mr; and Mrs C. II. Harrison, OfDublin & Son. no-- '

mportant oneand decided,, to reserve very take to force open the cash che t. It l is bell, of Jersey City, arrived here Monday, Apply to Mm. E.,II. Titus. 17tfMrs. Texas, arrived In town Monday. -Mr. Dreyfr now occupies Iii.position '
possible, If sufficient nitro glycerine or of foreman at the ADVOCATE ,
|ils decision until he had considered the dynamite could be properly Inserted, to and registered at the Grand View. S. M. Lorimler and daughter, -Supt. W. B.Watson was In town a '\
I office. ,
alter carefully. The difficulty in rening 1" .
an opinion is in deciding blow it open, but It would not be well to -Best, best, best. Fertilizers, ferule Miss Laura, took a' trip to Jupiter this short time this week. Business keeps '

e i powers of the Railroad Comml upon lon.J'I remain in the neighborhood when the Izei'll, fertilizers-always on hand at J. week, starting Monday morning.For him at Eau Gallle most ot the time. -I will,give with every forty dollar .
explosion occurs. The bank building I purchase of dry goods, boots, shoe\
anti whether they had authority to would probably share a similar fate if S. Watson A: Co.'g, Titusville.Dr sale, cheap a lighter,.83 foot I -Mr. A. Hildreth, of Indlanola, was hats sad millinery one large. .. .
ore the alleged lease made by the J., clothing ,
sufficient force used to wreck the I residence is and .U feet wide. to R. A. In town Wednesday having come In
lUver were J. M. Dlxon's new long Apply up .
Co. Indian B
&: K. W: :Ry. to oil painting, worth five dollar*.-Geo.
teamboat Company. about safe. the neighborhood of A. A. Stew. nearly finished, 'and presents quite a Hardee, Hardceville. 13-3t-' his steamer. Rumph.. '14* .

I mend The attorneys that the of lease the E.referred.C. T.to Co.is, art's resilience, all day, Friday, and Mrs. neat structure -Editor Metcalf, of the Melbourne Remember that G. Nolle pays the Alligator hunting ncems' to be the"

othing more than a contract to dl orlm- Stewart went down and complained to -Me llr W. V. Rhoads and S. C. News, gave our office,a vleaaant'call on'uesday. highest cash price for' all kind of furs. rage among some of the boy during tha +'

ate, and If it can be'upheld there Iso Mr.robbery Myen was, the to marshal be committed., that she feareda That Ihoods, of Cincinnati, 0., arrived here Tltusvlllo, Fla. 17-4t past wot-k-Messrs. Llchty, Davis and/,*'

> reason why any contract to discriminate same night the Wetmoro residence.was Monday, and left for Rockledge next -Don't be disappointed fly planting '-Edgar William and W. C. Evans, of Clune going out on the Indian River> at 1\1'\ d y'
make in future will not '
equally.effective they may in evading the lawrainst robbed. The men seen lurking about in morning.. old seeds,. but buy Peter Henderson A New York, registered at the Indian nights,.well, armed with guns, hatchet, rf w

such action. the bushes, near Mr. Stewart's place, There will be a Christmas-tree at the Co.'s fresh seed fro) J.S.Watson: Co. River Hotel Wednesday. f \lanterns, etc., eager for an affray with the'' \..
both robust was
heavy men one
[ The Judge will be in TUusvtlle Satury very were thick set, about, 5 ft. 5 in.; and the Methodist church, In Titusvllle, Christ -Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hartwell were -The Sweeney, on Tuesday, carried saurian of our river, ..' f ,
night on his way to hold court In other not stout well developed, ma -eV8. :All are cordially invited to the the shipment of she has 't'-\ '
.acle county, and will probably have HO yet !, passengers on Sweeney to Rockledge largest orange -LI mo,lime, lime. Cement, comonV
and about 6ft. llln. They had with Wednesday.. had at one time this season about t'\
ached a conclusion by that time. any cement Plaster and hair. We are bead.
bundle which probably attend.Mrs. .
here is no doubt that even though the contained them a large their tools. Two men, of the E, S. Russell, of Minneapolis, ,-M'r. and'Mrs. J. A. Booth, of Brant two carloads.J. quarter for tho above and would Ilk* ". e "'

Ie junction Indian should River not Steamboat be dissolved Company, that same description and with a large bundle, ilinn.., and Mrs. A. C. Brown, of Sanford ley, were'in town Tuesday. Mrs. Booth S. Watson A: Co. are agents for I :you to write us for price before placing !',,,44

iU be required to give a much larger were seen walking-Into town, via after the Fla., arrived on Monday's train, on has been away on a visit to friends. ho Moyer patent orange box head, and your orders elsewhere J. 8. Watnorn.1 c:, tft"'
railroad But '
ond to indemnify the E. C. T. Co., for that time, on no Sunday one appears morning.to have observed their way to Ilardeevllle. -Our Postmaster, Mr. R. C. Scrim would like to give you prices before you t Co",. Titusville. .1J f '"

trained Injury'from It may landing.be put This to by will being insure re- anyone suspicious. A clue'is I Capt Bravo recently showed us geour, has been quite 111 with rheumat- buy other kinds. e I -Mrs. Wa&er.ancber Illter.1I1a., ,". ; l

being worked up, but does not promise nice he received from R. of Ean Gallle Eva Clapper, who havo been on a visit p'" \ \
new line against loss, for the case some very presents sm. We hope he will soon bo up and -Mr. A. Hodgson, ''
i only terminate in one way and the anything l verydeflnlte as' yet.think If South they Mr. Miller, vice-president of tho Pennsylvania about again. registered at the Indian River Hotel onTuesday' for the pant five months or no, to friend \ '
can >o apprehended, we '
nd will be' ample to ro-emburse thew them. Railway. The Captain appearedto and took the train for Jacksonville In New York State, retained ,here oaV. j "
'! Florida will be able ts justice by -Money I Money! I Money 11 to j
line for any damages they may BUSkin evening's train. Their mzt11J .' i'i'j
bo quite proud of them. next morning. Wednesday
as a result of the injunction remain- loan on real estate Apply to Bobbin: '
bg in force. LOCAL NEWS. -Mrs. Susan Strawbrldge and her Graham, Titusvllle, Fla. -Doctors Hutchlnson and Phillips, friend are glad to too them back again
have decided in Mr*. Dennis, a sister of Mr*. Wager, also ;
[The Supreme ,Court daughter, Mrs. Carter, came up from Icssrs.. homey and Washburn were out. '
-We will 'week fine
rong terms that "the rulings\ : of theailroad busi open next a assortment but I arrived In town.. Miss Clapper,' accom* ;;f;
Commissioners should not be M lbourne, Monday, on important of Christmas goods. Call and deer stalking Wednesday, were unsuccessful I\ne1MIII
terfered with by injunctions." Society! and General Goiwlp In connection ness. They returned Wednesday, and sec them Uefnre selecting a Christmas In capturing the two they paulod by Mrs.Simonson MarySchafor

with Indian Hirer and lake Worth see- came up to town again last night.A gift that don't suit you Gardner: aw. gave u* a pleasant call yestor
tlont daring punt week. Jtrlef mention of Son. n- day afternoon, and we were glad to meet .' J
BOLD BUItOLAltS. Interesting Event) About Ieopl You general assortment of "odds and JIp" By subscribing $1.50/ per annum '

Know, and People, You Ilon't Know- ends" will be put on the "special sale" -Capt. Kltchull Las arranged torun for the ADVOCATE, It will only cost you bor again. / I
Ticked up by Our Society Editor., the Bazaar next Monday tbe stcamer.Ajax from Ormond to New Included -Mr*. II. B. Horsey, who baa been on .
I 0 of the County Safe Blown Open In counter, at Three Cent. Per Week, Pottage ,
Smyrna,rfg !larly, connectingwith the n trip of ten day to Enon, returned hero
TltuiTllle. after that special sales In some lino every to any part of the United bUton.; This '
g$" Advertisements under this heading Monday '17 C steamers$wtx>nvy at that place for pointson mall sum will not ruin you. Wednesday evening She ha boon tin a '
I About two o'clock last Wednesday are ten cents per line per week. Indian River.-Coast QautU. visit to Mr*Curtis, and from the glow '1
omlng many of our citizens wore -Mr Annie D. Lungren, of Eldritch, -Mr. and Mrs. E..8. Cornwall, of New s
which the ADVOCATE at Dr. Screven's. Bids wonted for Ing description, she gave one of our staff.It ,;
oused by an unusual noise was -Get Fla., was registered at the Grand View Immediately, carry- York, wore on board' the steamer Swee must e t '
terpretod in many different ways bye Five Cents lag a dally mail between Titusvllle and Is evident the have enjoyed her*.
per copy.J.
Rock-
week their to '
suddenly-awakened residents in the for a few day this having come ney, Wednesday, on way self considerably especially at thai '
Iclnlty of the oourt house. W. M. 8. Watson A: Co. have just received to town on business. She returned home he new Club House, on the ocean beach ledge, at which placo they Intend dinner which wa soma ', ,

-own, of the bank.was startled by the a carload of orange wraps, and on Wednesday morning' train. near Pepper Ilaulover; commencing Dec. topping for a time, before talcing a trip Thanksgiving .
fund, which he says sounded as if a will sell them away down. Try us. and wife and 10th and ending April 1st Bid must down the river thing to be remembered. Sergeant Horsey ; '
Mr. Jas. W. Ballentine j
utter had blown off in the immediate be in writing, and sent to George 11. the popular Signal Service officer
fclghborhood of his residence, but alter -B. A. Circle ,haa been appointed Miss Ballentine, of New Jersey, arrivedIn Reed Tltu vl11e. t. f. -The sloop-yacht Vixen, Capt. C. H. who, by-tho-way, ha been looking

ttting: up and investigating about his 'Marshal,of TitusvllVe, rice John Myers, town on Friday evening's train, and lawson, of the New Haven, Conn., rather lonl.'llome-II t now rejoicing over

remises, retired once more to the land resigned.Dr. left Saturday morning for Sharpos, -Dr. B. L. Wills, a graduate of the Yacht Club, which has been In the liar- hi* wife' return. .

I urce dreams unsolved., leaving Mrs the Drown problem, wife of its atft Dodson left for New Smyrna, where, as usual, they will spend the University of Philadelphia, Is now a bor several days, will leave In a few day I -The Doccmbqr Outing will contain '
resident of town and his office Is
night-watchman, concluded one offt Tuesday, on the steamer Sweeney, and ours for a cruise on the Indian lllver.-tit- other excellent and timely paper '
children had fallen out of bed butter winter.Mr. over the store of J.Y, Rogers: Co; Tho above yacht arrived among
will be away: for a week or two. Jno. F.McCarthy.of Oak IIlllwas Augustine AVun.- aritclo Nt George Italic .
by
making a tour of the several Beds; IIo has had an experience of twenty Titusvlllo and left l for a descriptive e7
dcluded she must have been dream- -Mr. J. F. Lewis had a few friends spending a day or so in town this week. )'ear practice in medicine, and comes at Tuesday, bone entitled "Up. and Down the Indian

|g, and resumed her slumbers. S. II.fiy together Monday evening, whom he regaled Mr. McCarthy, is the father of our respected here well recommended. See his advt. Rockledge next day, River, Florida." It I III charmingly w 1&1: '

and wife, who were also awakened, with some very choice champagne. townswoman, Mrs. S. II. Ray, AJtrcn has the cutest cooking nten- ton, and has five: beautiful engraving >:'

reed that some one in the Gaulden' It was the opening night of his well- and is one of Oak n ill's prominent and on page 5. su lls gasoline stoves you ever thought from photograph Thousand will reoognlze *..;,.
had closed door with conllerable articles
:Udence a -Our selection of nice useful ,
saloon and billiard of and stove from |... Large shipment '
force. appointed rooms. well-known citizens. the truth of the .author confea

|The above unnecessary are a few of the numerous -$100.00 Reward given to persona spelling -Mr. J. W. Merrill, of Tropic, was In I suitable for a Christmas present, for of wire bed spring and chair All lion, and yet other thousand will regret',=:" ,
will be In '
Iperiences our startled citizens related the most words, using the letters in town yesterday, and returned home to your lady or gentleman friends Cheap. Furniture bought, sold and re that they, too, have not a* :yet had bin "'s", ": ".. ;
) our reporter on Wednesday morning, next week. Can then show you a greater '15: -- i !It' "
Write for he has so much to d -that paired. fortune. "TImo wa. he say :
the court house, when wo called to our name. particulars. day. He says () than can be found elsewhere good '' :
Jew the wreck that had been made ofke Dunbar's System Tonic Co., Cleveland, ho don't get much time to use his land variety embroidered scarfs and tiesolegsat -We had the pleasure of a call from "when contented I dwelt the year rounU I f fI '

of the large safes which serve as a Ohio. U-5t launch, which he thinks Is the fastest on stylish and handsome. Gardner A: Jr. J. j;. Coats of McDowell, Alabama, lathe tent of Gotham, save when the ; "

V-ej>tacle for the county records in had thebrk'a -The Indian River Orange Growers' Indian River. Where arc the Eau Gallic Son., nf Wednesday morning. He I I. stopping spirit of sport, which always lies deep", ,I 1''

lea made office.to get That at the a bold contents attempt of one I Association at its meeting at City .Point boats t Commissioner Mann says that the with Mr. Chappell, of LaGrange, for a within me, urged me to Uarnogat bay" it r

I boxes last Wednesday, passed a resolution few day*. Mr. Coats did not forget to or i enjoyed angling In,the autum on the .
the was plainly t +
lean Jim
county strong strongly endorsing the E. C. T, Co., and -liDo you like the fat or trip down the Indian River ha prao. '
|ident. Its'massive doors had been the ADVOCATE while la Greenwood lake. I took a* a "
for bore of
subscribe *
to at the Indian
pledging their- hearty support the saldone g uest to another deadly been decided upon. The J., T.
wn from the hinges and several holesd the rigol'll and '" s *

been bored through its steel walls. new line. River Hotel the other day. "Well, hem; &: K. W., which was the first Florida town matter of course sequestrations '

lie slender inner doors however were -Mr. Winslow Bisbee, of Ansonla, I've a leaning to fat, I think." "Oh, line to make a liberal offer' to the farmers -Our late Marshal, John Myers, has which tho northern winter liar s

Till intact, and the. burglars had fled Conn., arrived here Saturday evening, hat's: all right; I've an Infatuation for ha'now tendered a steamboat for accepted a position with the Hall Safe pose upon all who dwell where It bold "

thout accomplishing their purpose having been away from Indian River for lean!' An ADVOCATE reporter,who was the Indian River excursion, and it is and Lock Co.,and will, probably, locateat way, but that wa before I bad ever*l- ;, t"
[hen Mr. Blake, who Is acting as clerk about two He left for his placeat Atlanta Ga. John I II a little Ited Florida, and before I bad mastered '
sorry
firing Mr. Stewart's absence, openede years. near by, baned-to, and thought. it an hoped that the popular and liberal line '.
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Brantley on Monday morning's that he sent In his resignation so the mystery or known the delight t
doors the deed and.mortgage booksd Indefatigable reply. will have full charge of the visitor now '

other valuable records were found steamer some of our readers will be sorry to over its rail route and water ways.Falatka .- early, for be just received from a friend, which the camera yield. I had not fallen 1
i be but slightly damaged. The out- -Rev. B. F. Brown was taken ill a beautiful silver badge with follow. under the spell of the land of the
Lie of books and the loose, :learn of the death of the popular Capt. Weekly Tilllt'l.Get '
the maps "
during morning service at the Episcopal word engraved thereon : "John orange, the palm aud pomegranate
Ing
jid other papers were blackened and [LJndal.an acquaintance of one of our staff Albert 8. Magruder, of Rock ..
Church Sunday and in the evening he Marshal Titusvllle Fla." 1 had not then wandered la the '
materi- ,
need the explosion but not ; Myers, ,
by : Montreal The Dominion artesian wells.
A paper say/ : ledge to put down your -
|lilnjufed. One deed book was per- not well enough to preach. Service brilliant glorious sunshine of the1
was which arrived -of water from not far off and all the ,
Line steamer Vancouver Ie gets the largest flow ChrUtmas I II '(' ;
1 rated about half through by a drill, was read by Mr. Ranson. We are southern January, or drifted lazily lot :
lit the mutilation is not such as to inter- pleased to note'he is improving In health.A here this evening from Liverpool, reports I the: least depth. lie put the pipe downto I Sunday school children are anxiously day on the placid water *>l the India '"' .

Ire with reading ita contents. A large load of shipped in the having encountered a terrific bur- hard rock, and will guarantee satisfaction looking out for' Christmas tree AChrl.tmu river In the shadowsof .I" palmetto'bordered '.,.
'ge-hammer, massive crowbar and a oranges bane on the voyage The chart house In all his work-from two to six tree I* a never-falling amusement
leef drill were lying the floor, yacht It. A.,liar dee, to J. 8. Watson &: bank I had not seen the
upon .
was swept away, and the vessel sustained ,Inch well. He ha a complete set of to the children of TltusviOe, and
owing the robbers had come well preiiredfof Co. were nearly lost during the stormy I stately cocoa tree waving their featheryereU
business. There was not a weather, list Friday. The yacht dragged other serious damage. Capt. tools for the business. Address-Albert fa fact at every hamlet on Indian River against a southern sky. I had not .

1'llar in the safe and never has been for her anchor and drifted against the sloop Linda! and the quartermaster were swept Magruder, Rockledge, Fla. *2t and LakelWorth; and the most trifling lived In the home of the pineapple JI I'f"fJ.'
tars, and it seems strange that any overboard and drowned. bride of V M article wherewith It 1* dressed are al
secured -The bewitching Major th. Spanish bayonet set la aerrM
Yacksman should have expected to find Frost Line, fortunately was seen
py money at the court house, when the before any serious damage was done. -Mr.Young will soon have the sidewalk Ironmonger, Jr., was out driving In her WlYl1'lTJ acceptable to' them-each gift rank I had not watched the heaven

Nik offers a much safer receptacle in There was a dance at the Masonic laid through his property at North Tttusville photon this morning. The magnificent making the little one* eye sparkle with piercing heron, the crane and the pall .n

M burglar proof time lock safe. It is last ; and our townspeople would do animal she drove wa In the gayest of brightness and joy. Some of the little glide In undulating Hoe through He .."
listed the was toM hall on Friday evening but owingto
that object
at and by destroy some some of the deed or the hurried manner in which it was well to pay a visit to that end of town, spirits, but Mrs. L, I*such a magnificent folks prefer quantity to qtW1t1thebump ether or wade tn the translucent watn;.:! ;,

Mortgage records; but we cannot see the attendance was not so and view the many improvements that horsewoman that she managed the ribbons of acquUltivene being a very of Florida. I bad not wandered thro Jk' "'
gotten up
i w anyone could be benefited by such The music was supplied by are being made by the above gentleman. with grace and skill. Major Frank marked chanctrl la then. We It* evergreen, fab1-Ubwooch of the> g'4the :
I result, for the Abstract Company have large. Capt. Chas. Brock's residence will soon Ironmonger is to-da11peodlng the happiest hop the minister and Sunday school olive and the citron -vocal %
Hosford Jno. *.
Ender E. pres
Messrs. J. E. ,
titles
plea of the all denominations between '
\ everything affecting of
look for of his life. He ha superintendent a4"un.\
be finished so we soon of mocking bird
; may thanksgiving with the music the
and and M. Brown.
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encumbrance on real estate, Cameron, E. L. Brady and Lake Worth win not for
I'ttld easily supply any information the It finished about 1130 Mrs. Brock, from Jacksonville; and Mrs. just returned from a bridal'tour through here resplendent with the fluking plnmaga 'r> .
.Qnty records contain' U the originals W. M. Black and Mr. J. W. I and Hiss Young from Calais, Maine. Georgia and Alabama and today be I* get the little one daring the Christmas I of the parrot. 1 had not yet Uhaled tt* 1> ';

er* destroyed. -Capt. -The first of the Californian being congratulated by hundreds of admiring festive( season. With *o many good and delicious fragrance of Its magnolia, Sfc*
of refrigerator car
This bold attempt at robbery followK .I Sackett, of the Corps of Engineers, well-stocked store la TUmsville and all ,' { w
steam
Co. this friend who pas the Clyde Uomom and its wide waste of
Fran Transportation ,
their orange
so closely upon that committed uponr. St. Augustine, called upon n* on reader
Wetmore's residence, caused a good: return from their trip of Inspection,Sun season left here Monday morning, witha ship'.o loe. Mr*. Ironmonger,while the I along the river, our small caD to always bang mignonette I bad sot yet fished A* '

=*- of excitement and alarm and then went* far a* Lake Worth. load of 8M boxes of Indian River Major wa receiving good wishes, stole purchase trifle for a sans its teeming water nor' followed tarovgh '

r few households la Titaiviile that day. They made government orange, shipped to Chicago by the oA on a carriage ride with her cousin, on the Christmas tre. When we walk Ito glade the deer, the quail and the'turkey.
who a
Black
Ue not made preparation of a more or Capt. store and note the curioni '
and she too got many through our .. thither sad Hoi-;
elaborate character for receiving the inspection of Indian and the lower rivers popular and well-known commission Mrs. B. B. Pope of the world of rate took r
'ating gentry la ease their premise about three ago win have a different firm of J. 8. Watson 61; Co., of Titus salutation and pleasant greeting No and many fraction gut IIU Ida like an aU-cooquering Ctar, .declared .
sold
be selected* the field of'theU report yean to send la this time-th vllle. This firm Is BOW doing quite an handsomer Or happier couple 1* to be commerce which are *o children cheaply, O'fer.. her verdict-Veal, vUt,

, Petition The Tima-Vtuon, a> few increase In traffic on our river demanding extensive bnsine**, and their packing found than Mr. and Mrs. (Ironmonger. 'really uprising. The are rid."-Mr, Bathbon baa a b autlfalplan.
111 ago contained a paragraph wara"g great oaths lookout for their Christmas tree, *
I' the people of the State of the pre- an appropriation from the warehouse presented a very busy appear JCeUopQlTbe ADTOCAT U pleated to and the ADVOCATE bop they win aol at Xdea, where be I* sow tyiag.f t

'}., c* of two safa-robbers, and it ls be- government for needed Improvement on ante when an ADVOCATE reporter peeped note their friend' are enjoying, themselves Lvalt. ,0AtiaW.on JF wrr r i. ... .
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ThO Bast Coast ; TELEGRAPH AND CABLE NEWS OF THE SOOTH FLORIDA STATE NEWS TI-IEFARMERS MARKETSOW .et the best and location leave it'thcrc. find;the ia-the moraiog t

.- ,__ VEOtr.A1l"I : Q "bogus" farmer of tho other
-i i inn j e NEW TOBK-S
.. ..-. : : and a load, and
: farmer make up beinggcnerally
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NOTES P
18 GOING ON IN THE BRIEF AN INTER* PICKED VP HEBE AND THERETUBOUQHOUT SUPPLY -ISDISTEp813TiVD. ;; (.' ;' IK.I,hlr V\ rnnnlt>M\A, *_,

TITCSVlt.LK, : .. ._._BUSY. ; WORLfy. &* ,, THE. STATE,-. I L\ ; .L--P' ,' { dishes I u ofWtd at a profit It ii all

... .. lu .l. \ \ ,v ,,,. ', '. t. i .I it Early Vitut. to Oaaaetodrtj a.iJtet tight except that the morke I for farmers -
tIMYART) "'"'"- D 'p. xre fnl B The men at Mr7 A. )'t>{\urnt'*fishery, i "And 'IIts, dtrnge MornHig and net for speculators, who get
A NOVEL 17ri STATCS TAT WILL] .'. 'on choice buiinjfw lotonslor the hdminiu
DKKSKnrfioM no biett1r11MeA ? aa bay'csnght,200barrelp
> Apllacbfeola:
atrpl : JSBCftmpi4rAr 3r'
( .
S08.eLlt. an : New
[ York
?' tJJii 'alsaatllN, ttn 'b.t .C."Anf".JtIt -AOCIDKHTSKTC. >riaze, of BAD at one hunt one,d&y.ftCt'ntJr" rent of iccn\ ,
Speculator
AJC "OM> TIME" J' Method of the, Star. ,
Vlt CABLE BBUrOS. I't.OOD" ,,-1' : Kimball Lumber Company bat
'I'ABt.tJlRKD IN : 1 I: The Farmer. =; ==. : \
"TBogua
__ 1.-- ", \ men at >Work rebuilding it* ways at Apfriachtcoto Grocer ind
dit"rb -. !fri cotton 1Ietd'.u.. mill at fire. I venture Agriculture In Ancient China.
'
< Chattanooga ; An epidemic ofJnflnenHifprevailing$ Fayettvllle recently destroyed by Scarcely fifty persons'a year
tys: Capt. Hugh Coiqultt, t lJungaf1'O; ; v f. N. C., burned WednesdAY n'ght. The steamer Sam Pylcs now makes regular to say yWt qansevoort market= from'promptlog -
in connection wILl1Ioum The.Chicago- \( : They were owned by .John D< Williams, tripsjb twcon.P'loral..CitY.8Dd fana of <<:curiosity and. Jet= the In 1100B. C) the.'lme. Ministerof

capitalists, has bought! () \ indjctinontt grand against jury :Otil.'tpMdIlJ thirty pool cad had. a Oaily1 fsptcity off/ forty >ton*, off:keii twice a week,.Tuesdays and_Fri. .ijlhtseer win find there anj day a scene the Emperor Wuu ,
The JOM'.I" $10,000." : trouble necessary to norms or hydraulic nwchim
'the ,
!
the Ea t "
will +
laad 6n days that
; S(: *f; rcpa constnlce
sHe bf Ooltpwah, for ; r ) 'The one 'hundred and fiftlctfi{ anedalsession Governor Fleming has appointed A.-C. wituewit.:: .. First of all let me say that simple design and working, by which.
erecting a "King Cottons I Eight miners:"tyre U11AJ bjan'explo.' of'the; South Carolina Methodist Martin, of Sanford, as a county' corn tho time to make a visit is from 3 to 6 water was raised to a height to which it
in
Idea I* to have and maintain tolliety.'ncar. 'Botton, England, conference convened in Anderson ml loner of "vice B. F. Whitoer,' o'clockia{ the morning; Ganwvoort had never been curried before, and mule
\ Orange
\ >< -/ Welaeoay, ; market for the city and canals for
cotton plantationworked/ Bishop L'uncan'peaidi.g. market is the farmers' n-scrvoirs irrigtloJ.
of the original Southern The president,on.Tuesday-appointed: Thrroare :3 id effective preachers and HO etigned.' of New York Primarily"/ nd all surroundin 'Water was contacted by !
the company expects to C., Goodloe--' postmaster at Tus-. local preacher In the body .The' mem- The English steamerKowena, 'w thl: a cities Incid Jltally. *Here the'farmer inery from the well, to the dry hill top,
product more than pay the ", Ala: ; '. 1 : benhirr W47.000; ;i.ted' there is $i250-; cargo'of 1,500,toes of phosphalc.-froin eends'his vegetable and here the grocer and water provision was assured for

enterprise. The purpose it Bell A Eyiter, privafo f DanTcerToTTfu- 1J01t"Wt'irtll of"church: property ia thechurch'It the works Black.nailed River from Jacksonville Phosphate for England comes ,to ,get his daily supply! for the times of'dr ught Agriculture,. .in COD-

plaoutlon-a point of ? Minn., suspended Wednesday. Lla- name. I consumer. Icq\onC flourished. Other measuresof
from all sections to visit $715,000; s ai t I,'.1.100',000. ''ThomtsII.'Allen&' Co., cotton factors Sunday It occupies the space of about three Tcheoui- ung comprised the >promll.'gaLon
the primitive cotton! French' 'physlclaif 'on "lbt1eroia 1 and commission merchant at Memphis, 'Oo..roorFiemlng has! appointed K. city blocks. .It is simply' an open squarecut of laws respecting the boundaries
stages, aid"operated by have refused to, admit the lymph Tcon., made an ,assignment' Tuesday, W. Bcarboro. of Chattaboocb.ee, and : C. into *Idi driveways with only a very properties and the prevention of trc<-
negroes as far aa obtainable., by Profesdor Koch to Dr 1'astenr. morplng. The firm is ono of the oldest B. Collins, cf Anthony, alternate' delegate narrow sidewalk between them, nnd in passes. field*"were' 'diide"nto
in tho South, and has a branch ofikejn to the meeting of the Southern Interstate -. business hours lighted by electric lamps, squurcs called Veils, from tbel' 1slm-
ROTERS The Chinese gorrrnmcnth-'consented New York. Conservative estimate of Immigration convention at Ashe- lanterns, .etc. 'The driveways are wide bmnce to the Chinese
NAVA68A the erection of'a telegraph line con tbe firm' liabilities-*! made by one of enough to allow the largo' farm wagonsto ing a well, surrounded and sigir-

THE P.la I. BUPREUR-COUJRT tt1 g Pekin. and the Siberian< I town of its members: ]is about $750,000, with assets ville.Major Sherman Conant, superintend.. stand on each side and leave sufficient ditohcs so arranged that ,eight farmer%
& at $l,600,000. ent of the Florida Southern division! bf space between to permit the passage of each tilling his teaettupited in cultivating

4DalTtott Or 10-_.... The Northern. Pacific l\bM and i boild- A Nashville dispatch. of Wednesday of the J. T, & K. W. system, died Friday, two 'other .wagon' between. 'Thtsre is the ninth interior tract which,
the court of of the Oregon Pottery States Monday supreme Justice & Ore., wcro,destroyed I by. fire among hones in certain localities in this. few! days1-illness. His age-was:'about 60 .wagons, and oftentimes the overflow, of which paid their rent.

the deciiion, of tie court' in knorniug.'J 'State, and Is becoming ,'a very 'serious years:, Major Conant was a' prominent reaches for blocks away. .: The aystm succeeded to'a mnrveL
the Navsssa rioter who are Mrs. J. P. Birchali; wii 'of '(te feud matter to horse owners. Horse die I in figure in Florida politics for many years.A Where do all the wagons come from? Each was ,>proprietor of about fifteen

tone of death in Baltimore, of Bcuwolt,;and Mrs- West.Jones, several hours after first being affected. prominent orange buyer, who is In a Well, they are mostly from Long Isl- acres, tho'whole product of which
der committed on tike fslaod sister were/passenger Wednesday Tho systems are like those of blind-stag position to know hereof .ho speaks, and, and some come from as far as St., I belonged to him, whlll State Was.
in tbe Caribbean'oo, fn, {, on the steamer JIajcstie, which gers. Reports from Wilson. bow'. that states that, contrary' to. the general impression Johnlnnd. borne: are from New Jersey really proprietor of tbe whole,' and had:
they were employed by a .. from New.York for Liverpool: '" the disease is prevailing there to such anextent ;!the present orange crop will not Union Hill and beyond-and many come ns a landlord, the Ineomd'' Of the ninth.
la working guano beds. A.New'York ',1 p t+saysV'The firm that tho farmer are becoming fall fAr abort of that of last year. Some from the uppcipart of Jlanhattan Island tract. Besides this,each farmer had some
brought to the"'supreme << Richard II.-'Allc'u A Co.,' bankers and much alarmed. Seventy-five! horse have what better prices will be realized, how- itself. The vegetables to be marketed in B.350 square metres of ground for his

peal the question raised !!. .,merchants,:. made,an, assign' died in.one neighborhood in that county.: ever, owing to the shortage of tho northern are gathered In the in morning, loa'dcd tho farmyard and his mulbcrry.treea. ThuHhe
the nnd the
jurisdiction of the United Tnoitday: The .lie blUtiea' .are,.,csti-. fruit crops, but the large prices afternoon, evening always had a surplus provision n, of
f the
,in' the of the farmer or his, tlusted'man: mounts ana' for food and silk for
island. Tho court/ decides 4 at, $1,000,000..Tho quoted season pork 'ponlri
DISASTROUS FIRES. earlYJart No is made.
tent and drives hurry
away. this time richer
have [ will hardly I be clothing. D9 at. .was
ted State jurlsdlc ; )flicial Gazette of London, pub- walk and the
perhaps
The horses along
bland and affirms the Ita a government proclamation calling .USOSKEAO"GA., CnEDOTOAJf: "'Ca., ASDBASTROT Samuel LTstrange, a' dcpnty United driver goes) to sleep. ', The horses know or poorer tll\1 another existed= ,and but, a o plctlloclal

lower court_ by March tat all gold coin' issued TEXAS, THE VICTIMS. States marshal was shot and .kilted at the way, however, nnd all goes well. equality everyone Science,
to' the ACCession of Queen Victoria Webster: recently by It. E. Burford, whom Each: driver has his own route to the they ear, was -[Popular
FINN RTY'S the throne. Aftervthe date mentioned Tho extensive planing mills' of the ho attempted to arrest for violation of market; bat ns they1' draw near to the objective .Montn,fy._ '
coins1, 'will'tot bo }egal tender. ,Amoskcag Lumber at Amos the' postal laws. L'Estrange was about point their routes bring them'together '
THAT WrrniS HALF A'CE tY : ; A series of'efpcrimcrii! Have been con bIg, Ga.., were burner\ Tuo.day at 8 00 years old, and will be remembered as and a regular pjoccssion'results.A Old-Time Mo Lawo.
rUB WOUlD ADOHlf : (\ ;at Cologne, Kraoce bfDr; Prior 'clock. The fire broke out in the engine one of the deputies who 'went to Cedar brief description of the wagons will
lth tho Koch curative lymph. Forty. room and was but a few minute in covering Key to try and arrest Mayor Cottrell, who not be amiss.. They are large, high box .11 was a period when the so-onllcd-. '
A large meeting of. the whole It had been indicted by the United States Laws" 'were most rigorously enforced -
physicians attended! the experiments. building. was only by wagons, built out over the wheels. The
In Cooper Union, New ill I ciisep the symptoms following tho the wroia'efforts of all the employee with grand jury in connection with customhouse centre of the load is generally boxes and not'only {in Connecticut, with
night, to celebrate the ; of lymph was precisely'similar the aid of their excellent fire engines that matters there.A barrels of corn, potatoes, cabbage; etc., which tradition associate them but in
niversary of th6 death of that described by Professor Koqh.iA ; the entire sad mill' plant one of the :rime..Ui ;o,. correspondent was and the sides are then filled up with Massachusetts In the former colony UI
and O' deD'tho' f'.Ma 'jabll'granof Wednesday from Pesth most extensive in South Georgia-was shown a few days ago a letter from Mr. bunched vegetables, such as beets, food or lodging could be given to .
who were hanged in En ; Ani epidemic of influenza prevails saved from the threatening flames. Charles Morin):!'. who resides in the Gulf radishes,' turnips, 'carrots, etc. When Quaker, Adamite or other heretic. No
murder of Sergeant Brett' Io.uenfklrt.hculIuo/'Ory. One thous. The loss to the company will probably coast of Wakulla county, saying that a loaded, the wagon is covered with a canvas one could run on the Sabbath day or
the hall wall.occupied. A : in the foot up $13,000 or- $14,000, partially. few days ago; he caught at one haul with that completely hides tho load and walk in the garden or elsewhere I except
Arsons place arc suffering
-of the graves of the three the disease. : of the dis covered by Insurance The origin of the his net 2,020 mullet. When one figuresup protects it from dust the platform;, guarded by reeinbhe't'phue Many fever cases whlWr&meri l fire i* unknown, but thought to be''acci that number at two cents apiece, Journey The rule at the market is, first could travel, cook victuals, make beds,

Gf the Tipperary' altendnd with a copious, 'hcmorrhl\go dental., (they sell readily at that figure just us come, first served;;and so tho driver aims swcel\housflcut hair or shave on tbo.b
dress of .tho;,meeting was : the intestines At 8 o'clock Tuesday morning the they como out of the water) it will be to get there in time to get located as bath day. No woman could kiss
It. Finncrty, of Chicago., 'lumber piles on tho Cheboygan Lumber found that such fishing hs that is.better advantageously as possible, and ,then he on Sabbath or fasting days. Whoever
predicted that in fifty years Wednesday! night Robert P.. Porter, Company' docks, at Chcborgan; Mich., than working a California gold mine: puts his horses in ouo of,the nearby brought cards into the colony paid a fine
-he ono of the brightest stars of the census presented of 3. No ono could read the Book of
were discovered on fire. Tho wind blew The tobacco of Gadsden is about stables, perhaps, or allows them to stand
Scan flag._". statement Of the secretary of the in violently, and though the fire department all sold nnd it crop has brought to the farmers .with tho wagon.A Common Prayer. keep Christmas o
', giving tho population of the states saints dnys, make minced pits,, dance. '
was promptly on hand, they made at least )130 000. Prices ranged from 20 rule of tho market in that all wagons
,
REBATE ON territories of tho 'United States, as no impression and about 18,000,000 feet cents to 43 cents and they promise to bo must be located at 4 o'clock a. m., when play cards or play any instrument of
,'determined The :verified pupu of lumber, including tramways, docks much better next,ycac Tho tobacco now the collector comes .around for tho music except the trumpet, drum or iews--
YOB: CLAUS? WAS OMITTED : '' of the United States in 1800 is etc., were destroyed entailing a loss of has fixed price aud farmers will license leo exacted by the.city for each hnrp. Liquor drinking was regulated
a
nu"R many
lit 02,032,2.)9. This total gives an and tobacco was tinkered incessantly.No .
TABirr: BILL- M'KRCLEV 200000. next an extensive scale, the wagon. Up to,this time-tho canvas
plant year on
141,710 from that contained A disastrous fire occurred at Bustrop farms all being equipped with substantial coverings havq been left 'on. and tho one under twenty-one yean, nor anyone
A Cincinnati dispatch of tho' report .of tho'censul', 6fiico under Tex., Tuesday. A number of buildingswere barns and In two the tobacco market has furnished a scene that can be not previously accustomed t it,.
oVfoixr yours crop
lIyal The Intern of 91QI1. destroyed. The totallas.amounted will bring to this! county an amount of likened only to an encamped army. Tho could take tobacco without a physician'scertificate.
which has been industrious 'A HEAVY FAILURE. to about 820 000. the heaviest; sufferers that'willlie driven have been sleeping on .No ono could take it publicly
pinions concerning the being A. B. Reynolds, livery stable loss money startling. their 5el\ti. and all is quiet I. on the street or in the fields.'or woods
annual of tho chief of the
rebate clause ia the tobacco BECEIYER. AFPOCtTED FOH THE UNITED $8,000, insurance $450; W. J, McNulcyfc Tho 'report except for the occasional disturbance except on a journey of ten miles Nor
the tariff hiv, publishes tb STATES: KOLUSO STOCK CO. < Co., drugs loss $4,000, insurance bureau of steam engineering, which has. of a late comer. But after the collector could any ono tako it in any house

tar from}, Mr. McKinley, 250. _________ just been made public, disrai-scsthe Pcnsncola has made Ms call every one is in his own town with more than ono
November 19th, in which Chicago: dispatcsays: The United navy yard with the following; awake and alive to a sale. The coveringsare other person taking it at the same time.
Stock TILL DANCING. "No work bus been done here, except tho the This last injunction was leveled at the
ifeg to say that the Rolling Company having a stripped off, boxes of tomatoesof
agreed upon the rebate ,. { plant Uegewicb;: was on Friday care of the plunk Expenditures (nothingfor barrels of cabbages are lifted from the so-called "Tobacco ParliamentsAbout
bacco schedule, which vas placed in- the hands of a receiver. THK lIon rSDIAHS> PUEPAErSO: TO TAKE ships) have been ns follows: Civil establishment inside of the box and displayed to tho 1615 tho Massachusetts magistrates were

heat matters agreed upon. I liabilities are given at $3,816,000 TUB WAR PATS i fOOD.08; superintendence I best advantage; the bunched goods are greatly troubled that the people would
of grunting the rebate by assets at $0.000.000. 'Tho failure $1,600; ; careIntI sprinkled with water to freshen thorn up.' tell lies.-[Weedcn> "First One Hun
Dispatches of Friday from Pine Ridge of tools I
Jation at th$ coming precipitated ,byslo\y collections and S. repair shop fl.0GO.SItrunalng At this hour the restaurants and saloons dred Teas"
D.
Agency : The dancing Indians and
in the money market This say firing repairing of yard engines on tbo'streets fronting tho market arc .
have the and the surrounding
'is of the if agency and boilers, $440.51 ; core and repair ; filled with it
COTTON ore largest not large in customers, and is really Remembered Their Master..
country a state of te/ror. Ghost .
of yard steam launches $$21)7.04; too
t. builder of railway can in. their busiest time of the day. i
dances, under tho lead of Little Wound "
,
l station
tal. $ .281.21. Of the oav at '
world and And the When the
baa animal
CTX HETT ORLEANS: plant at Six Feathers' and other chiefs still now comes customer. Usually celebrated trainer
1'01TH& FAST : { '\' 111.,' Decatur, Ala, An- going on, and the Indians have arc their Key West ho says this: htutlon rhtrn has been the no the first ono is the speculator, who Martin, who died lately, had ictired to
LoD, Ala., and Urbana, Ohio. The to their backs work done at except has a cellar or a store adjacent to tho private life, ono day ]lie took a' notion
stock of the ia I gun strapped a* they preservation and care of stores and ma- market and does wholesale be that he would visit ins
Secretary Ilcster, of the company $4,000- dance. It is within the bounds of possibility a or, may: former large men-
the amount.of crop of which $3,500,000 i* raM up in that tho dancing Indians chintry. a shipping trade. He looks for a wagon agerie', which ho had not Seen for five
during the week ending "' and thero la'$300,000 0 stock their force at Wounded may consolidate Mr. Fred V. Dare, of New York, snperintendent with an entire load of one vegetable- years. It was in Brussels, and he started

was 878,190, against 357,913 yet issued. The assets of the com Knee creek, and in that case a fight of the Orange Belt railroad, potatoes, perhaps-and asks a price. that city from his country scat near
responding seven days of ny cotubt of shops, yards, real ,estato be expected at moment. Gen. Brooke may accouipunicd by I.. Y. Jcnuesa! of Ilrooks- Now, the fanner has strolled! about the Itotterdarn. At 4 o'clock, the time for
lag the total to thus far tot <\ machinery at Hrgewich;: which in command of any the troop I which arrived yule and W. McLcod paid Ocala and the market aud has noticed what was on feeding ho eotere the menagerie. Ho
-date 8,768,811, against ; cost $1,400,000, and which I Thursday, held a long consultation Friday phosphate fields of Duftncllou a visit sef- sale, and if potatoes arc scarce ho holdsa mingled and waited Until -
crease over hut year of now claimed, by reason of the ad- with Indian and eral days ago .to ascertain the outputof stiff price, for if his customer is a the animals would receive their food,
Special
eluding stocks left over at in real estate values, to bo Indian Agent Agent Cooper.Roger It is proba-- the mines, and whether it might not shipper the fanner )knows; he must have for which they were waiting with wild

tenor towns from the'last prth at least $3,000,000: ; its shops ble that with the force at hand no attempt pay their road to run a branch up the goods; but if potatoes are plenty. impatience.
''number of bales brought works at Anniston,, which cost will be made to the through the counties of Hernando and then he is glad to dispose of his entire load While they were he to
dancing
far from the present crop '' ;. its plant at Decatur, at stop Cora to Dunnellon 'and make an outlet without delay, and a tempting prices cough. Suddenly etnl ban in
,date is ,840C34, against ,. $300,000; its shop and works at present.Advices from Eureka state that the through the port of St. Petersburg on the named in tho effort to make a quick sale. their treat and listened, then brol into
tBI-Uw same period last year.CXQOVERNOR \bana$180,000, and timber Innds in settlers of Emmon and counties gulf for the product of the mines in the At 5 o'clock the grocer puts in an appearance wild howls of joy and tOI iron
Campbell
\ 40000. "The company has are flocking to that accountof counties named. :Mr. Darn Is a heavy and In his wagon he passes bars, so that many of tlmid'vitora
place on
its employ at various works 3,200 a well 'defined that the Sioux stockholder with Armour & Co. in tho through: the driveways, bargaining with fled from the menagerie.
It has been obliged to pay cash to I Will take to the rumor at Five Orange Belt road, and ho ia making hU. ouo farmer for a lax of tomatoes and an- Then Martin stepppcd forward. With
Diis ra COLUMBUS!, employee and for.material to.tho ex. hundred warpath from the once. annual visit to Florida. With the development other for a barrel of corn; he pets fifty a movement of hut hand a 1 with, hi
ASD SERVICES of $000,000 monthly Tho present i in Eureka.people country are now of our phosphate interests he bunches of radishes from another and, powerful voice ho commanded ,

j-;: in the money market has com deems the outlook very encouraging, and perhaps, beets and turnip from the same and suddenly wa quiet. He swung
Ex-Governor I ,tho railro.xj companies that have UNDER FALLING WALLS. Florida, her resources and climate ha so one, and soon until his loud Is completed himself over bars w hick separated thevisitors
Tuesday afternoon at his :! car of the rolling stock company grown upon him. until he thinks there are in this line of goods after which he from tho ,animals, aud put his
Columbus Ga. lie was pay their bill In long time paper, in A In.TfBXIor HEX TATALLT IXJCHED BY wonderful things in store for It.Ills drives into West Washington Market hand into the cages to fondle ,the ani-
the confederate congress> of cash, any it bus been, extreme TUB COLLAPSE OF A BCILDIKO.' I'.........1. l>.il.. .(iuHoiuIi?) to get bin supply of fruits mals. A mighty tigress showed more
ie held DO political office difficult to discount the paper. The Ocala and Blue River Phosphate and bcrrjes. Grocers from New York, joy than any of the others. When.Mar
the legislature in 1879. Blodgett appointed A. lle o- One wall of a new brick building in company ha just captured and salted Brooklyn Jersey Citv.Ncwark, Yonkers' tin's hand glided .over her magnificentfur
peakerof( the house and as president at present, and hu has course of erection for Well, Fargo &Co., down 18,000 acre uf ,tho heal phosphate White Plains and other places crowd her l b trembled nervously, she
was elected g 'unor. Ho Tho judge also in Jersey 'ih. N. J., suddenly fell Sat- land on earth. IV u situated about here every morning and the scene uttered tender grunts, 'and
member of the railroad the receiver/ to continue the urday morning burying a large number in the counties ?f Suwanneeand is a lively one Indeed When these grocers through b the iron bars with her rough
land was at the; time of his and not let 'suy of the' plants be of men ia the ruins !Police firemen and LaFajettf, all'he Suwanoce get their sleep I 'don't know, for tongue, she licked .the fa of her for t
jchee circuit OO.000. the injured workmen were taken out. it tbe large aud richest deposit forty miles and buy their luuds. between down without eating any more food.-'
BISHOP One man was killed outright and ,seven in the world. Twenty thousand dollars midnight and '7 or 8 o'clock, and then [New York News .
THE REBATE OFF.. or' eight of the injured may die. The was paid and lust on the fame in option, attend store all day long. ,
wall which collapsed was too light to the Blue Next come the street peddl&s, come to
.A GKAXD AID $(OBL1 LIKE B I when U wa captured by River What a Man.Eats.
,CLOSK. PUTT OX' JUTK BAOOIXQ NO LOXOK9SCBJtCT i I sustain the weight of the iron giruer company 'It is tho biggest! trade in buy a regular supply for a route, others .
,. TO BEBATK. *vrbich it upheld, and its collapse brought phosphate annals, and at the lowest estimate to buy whatever the farmer may have A'St. Louis in
Right Rev. John W. I down an immense PlUS of iron, brick and aLa value U put dU1'n'a' $10,000000 ,- been ."stuck" ,,'lth. and thin"Lour furnishes the .Demort returnt.keelll calculation say

ep of the dloeea of Georgia The custom house authorities at Char i qiu tar. the excuse for more hideous and] the other day of the amount of food

borne in Atlanta on 8. O,. hv. received notice from I SUBSIDING outrageous noises than perhaps any other an average high liver-that is,a tnan who
His death cause treasury department which will affect I Albertus Tophi is about consummating city in the world can boost of. If a always has good appetite and treat
a big sale of phosphate land to New peddler can load up at his price with himself well-.oyoukl
throughout Georgia and. the : all over the country, Recently TH* CIDLUI SCARS IK 6OCTB DAKOTA OS consume dung a
In tho death of Bishop .exporter of cotton, covered with TUB WAE, York parties for $000,000 cs!'b. anything, no matter what, he will go natural lifetime of sixty year ,
Episcopal church lose one hare been allowed a rebate to the --- The tide i* rUing, cud Marion county tbioiUli a street on the West Side yeiU he. eats pound of beef. mutton Supp'
e kt light, and the South b of the duty paid on It. upon filing A Pierre' 8. D special of Mondaysays is in the full rwrrvot, Banker John F. Ing his. bargain in such a tone of voice as flesh a day, ia a yechewil consume363
"This ration Dunn ha c'.o.;ud a ute uf 40,000 acres of to rouMi the whole neighborhood, beside pound and in
brilliant pulpit orator*,' i iTO affidavit that t8 tbo best ot their be ; i* day at Cheyenne sixtyjtors 31,000 pound
tbe bag were. nwaut tured of jute agency, and Indian aro congregatingthere land in, Levy and M-irlou counties for waking 'thebabies: the Bust 'Side.And of meat He will eat the same-
HEN E8S 1((:' M I !; which th.. tuiy) had ,pan paid, in large number The scare i* $4 0,000 pot cash. The lands Hold are a th* scavengers always are sure to be there, of vegetable and '"ie.* much ba
\ .new order require now" a oertiucata subsiding. Indian Agent Norville ha portion of )lr. Dunu'a last spring pur- too. There U a stray potato or 1 bore a Jt00' more le { '
[ U TUZD J'oIP''axra' ? ,the iusaufacturcr of such bagging; ; just returned from the Bad river country, vbiMi of,72,000 ccrea.ENCOURAGING. something; : dropped from a box or barrel, drink every day two quarts of ce.1e
Ufaot"'nJ' : I I '! that eiTect,.-which t* tantamount to re- and says the Indian tbt it) aro abandoning ..... .. /lnol-nenr mind th j dirt it may have wine, beer or waler, making
fallen In
their dance and that can bo washed off--it can 10,050 gallons or about 173
the rebate a*"mo.t of the Jilt. promise not, to par "
Tbt 01: council; ,of, ,& : : hu passed Jbrough h4>f a dozen. ticipate1 in them again.IIi REPORTS be eaten by a hungry person.. 4f liquid. This Intimate hohew
Wednesday night, appro before rca., lat:; the expprUT. ) At 9 o'clock camp i* struck the wan.ooa elude the probability that lie wJI\\;Jn
to defray ih4 xrwe* '6f ., ANOTHER ELECTROCUTION[ BEGAKDESfl TBS COKMTtOS l OV THB STOCK are moving away; at 10 o'clock oar, forty'or with,'must aawxa
tfl11amb
assassins of Chier of! meLtce! I. .1 IX TEXAS. .. f" the stragglers are lefty at 11 o'cloek'atl
KOCOb
couple jpriAg ,
*
justice, and tbunoaey a.to t UOUST BELMONT D Ap", TO TAKS'LAOIt nr ICKVT rote--'it'tAx; u deserted.save for the. w 'Oaaot the about fire'bunJttad boqsnd round Jf buUcr chicken

by the mayor as, }log i sy.4 & : A5D' POljTTJ" ,,' HSBTHBJTICTOC.A "'. 1 W. B, gtickeey, special age&t of 'the "bogus" farmers. :At high noon the '0,0 or 5D| .OI< eg-*, ai jour aw
preliminary a..tiQnp' ( } ,CUll plaaiisruW tOBK. fnlteO State 'ecnliU4 bureau, aud who busy one of a few hour before are getting ei. Jf>U >.hw cupply top
M acce *orlet to'the'crtma'jiu. 1( '' ,, ,, Washington ii patch says; The ui has charge of the live stock *'from. ready for ha l. the saloons and restaurant 'j pie up p "th. *,' weigh,
for l f:aturd.,. \UgqtUktm-oD't 'at W ,at I New, >ork pr rae court of the Uuit4 States oa' Monday all the ranch properties U' 'fe.su.tat. tie closing, and all i. 'deserted 'fiv 4 a wl if-noted rould -
.. ., .0W
I t-tiii I I '' affirmed the Judgment' the clrcl aryl : ,
..morning'HU: [ eith. roult 4 that everywberabtockis ia vxoullii&tcordjtioo tills cottoq.) from floor U c iU"
'fU' ;
BT th htlp of Amsricaabofna. __ court for ape, southern district of 'New and ranchmen\ but One at the peculiar feature that the .Yet '
a be>ero cold he Contr o .... .. el .Uonturas, Horse-6h *. If he had lived until York, Jodje Lacombe presiding in the In the north and northwest section* of honest farmer has t combat U the "b ft fag ut drink it"1, .i.pay for it, ,.U',
...,.. Haacha caw of who
Sutbuya Jugiro, the Japanese really no
IObot. Cbk col IJJtG Baker, 8th of next month, )!r. Uelmout the state the prftpect are the best ever g"laer. farr and tt'* how
was tw.d. would have been assent; four year old under confined tcoteoco in Slog of Sing death prUon bv electricity, New Tort. known. 'pulatr who mill buy aa old aye t e reauu&kepr m.

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orf, < fin x>TBanoxi tip. no whwer to prevent ArIsAad'C1titdhrlhI* .<- wl JU Tffi rt1 l

LlelraMn'eibath .'' lmmiingktteglon; ;tt ltIJunclalfJI t +t'gOneBRClq' any one from making the MCet'1t."AI r "
i bronjch i nt nthat to' .obtO.:-curse: 'tiar1C11 l' .1' was to'"take ,the first ,watrh, 'The,ct .a>ii entered < at'tarprojeejing, BUI Nytt Attempt al Dlgstty. 'j \

T: + buljirbe lorfTamflong KaTn anfeght Country' >*' Coinstock removed his !bold'from his angle, toroiiglr- a Mrindotr' 6> Inboo

Row impotent of ppoech, I if btt fete furniture had all beer'taken out bosom, laid it on, the sklnv.and then form | {
Got ic
Hat n'aught ofln'te' hnrailit.T lass :you the place had & lonesome look and,,at laid down t crawled cftrttally over the ,' icasnrlng three feet and v.yJ .

'What wards tM story tan translate ited, the risk of andther shot from Williams, floor until I found a track ]large enough three Inches M Mghi b'y tWofoet, and f

"When one bath found his own soars tnj ordsnlhg I ad vised that we push on to the Log to allow mo to have quito a view of the fonr inches (in .wlckli at ih'o bottbm.Thls'mall '

What voice hath be that r tall.. ..befit., Paints Oils/ Tavern Comstock agreed and just'at room below, and thVIlI wlUiVslK\ to watch l \ ; e
1' apartment'Tii'smQothly pla1tercd !*-
infinite sunset without hi heard and hston t /.I
.AJ joy so Almost ? ing seen,or vnir .
rifle enemy, we arrived nt,our destination} "The landlont sat for a whU? cforo withtti, and, blnokcnoxl by fire. k.2 I

There rannot be a common tongu rockery T >ut 1 Tho name given the hamlet was the fire, an Indian came in,'got .homo Tlie; plft)! (o-ing| j gars i : finger-IDaiM;,; and
,
''F't yt 'The world of words I wander host,' I me which was only a fair-ttzed lo;house, hour tho tavern-keeper covered,up the ,
Not finding what I tired th! roost ., .1 \\ they please 1 don't genera tell there was a sort of trading-post and 'the fire and went into the other ro.s. ,showing that iLv.\ ai. lalo and

Not ttll tile soul from earth Is tree ray, business' .'to strangers' but,'l! this house of another; settler. The, photo 'Long before this, despite his1 alarm' smoothed by the'band*. Tho roof'Id\

Will U have *''sJora tHcctIf''"' ,1 '* case likes, I comes ar' free when to say I wish that I and goes wjj etc I clearing was! dot over six acres in extent. Comstock had fallen soundly nslfop. I formed hy willow? laid horizontally 19 ,
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To tell what bliM its ez: We saw corn and inn maintained for, another hour ;
being mores ys pumpkins\ growing! my pla o
long oz I car' to I' 'acrose clc l ,"cn titters ot a. b'anet ; black -
andthen -
field but the balance of tho clearing without least -
To 'p3lhll6nlll'tii language' which Ulow's. "He he! : hearing the noise ;:,;:: 1a
laughed M ccasod speali covered with and alder the thin i layer"ot' reeds
) ng- was brush stumps crawled over on the bed. ; upon a

And laugh dog than more anything like the else growl and of his if bulleyes. log. A dozen Indians Stood around the "Two hours moro went by, and then, 'is placed{ trMiavcrseiy .and, .t'i6 whole "t-1
: yet, tnlovrJ, bare we are door of the trading-post, other were believing that we had been unreasonably If.
On earth And beaten lisp' roved back to the gold, which Com! and pis stored! ou ,t top \'itlp.riar.tI.tnlng( '
afar; tock tiding: away, and the scene was wild frightened and that We should not be '
.No\: would I haste, my very deAr, in and his amazement, had nearly fore savage: enough to have satisfied the cravings disturbed I woke up my friend, told him ,a floor to the chamber, above it.. ; Tho 'f'

To learn tbe l language of that fphrre his look quite, and neglected was not a Jty minute friend in C8ht! of any romancer. that everything was quiet, and consulted! rafters are pooled,,cxcept one,, ,or, two W4'L) ;
.Earth Is so sweet,so, dearest,take ,\f\r\arr 'There was no one present ns we him as to whether wo should not both that ,
and his evidently taken .
What 1 can gin for 10""',. own sake; up" .stowing away money. r 'walked into the tavern, nearly half of 'go to sleep. lie concluded to,jvatch for wcro dry.They : '
'Land-hunters, I s'pose I' which was, partitioned off as a public hour at least and I under tho nvea-flgo about llftocuinches In t
And of sweet silence, I b/'oecch i tho after which other an got Wax people are noted for their dignity
e stranger pause ] room. Benches were ranged around the blanket and left him sitting his pis circumference and set into tho j
'Take what transcends my utmost speech; of us was inclined to break snxlff up, ) wore and repose., They bare no brains, bat
,
Aud where!.1 fall T fray let'her we were to get; rid of tho man. and,, n wqlls, huge ftrettlaccoccupied one end, tol in his hand. Wo had a few words of walls at the time the latter;were built. they never forget to be dignified.I limits "'', .

Be my mnte, kdul's Interpreter.Carlotta ing that he would take himself awd"1'ho' )1 and rested a keg the of end whisky of and bench.a pint cup. conversation,. congratulating, ourselves They "wcro bnrncd oft flush' with t.bo'wnll dignified people, writvs Bill Ny la th"j
on that would the
-[ Terry, in Tlmes-Dornocrat "I replied that we weretef thatLjnl. one ) we safely pass night, New York W.rU. I never tried to ba( I
sirno I "tlillo, strangers," cried a voice 1111 and then I went to sleep. I did not Intend oull -------- and proceeded to make ,dignified but once and that ,was two
.. IniriJ8 we drew before tho fire, for the night to I meant in mind to remain ,
of the up ; my hatchet ruaikd,. 'where branches wcro'lopped I ,
man, realizing that it lens' weeks I wore a handsome newfrock' .f
was quite chilly. Which did awake that ho wits' the weaker ago.
prudent to be civil than to exhibi'nQur way yecomefromt' feeling otr. From this room the only mat and suit* of dark blue and a'
Ik Tavern in tlieET ''V one, but I was tired and worn, and could
: OO St dislike of his presence. I pralsei} tee "I leaped up as I heard the tone, and not resist nature Tho ]last' I remember mantis of exit\ exrept'tin window by I '>ew shining llama Iron silk bat, to drive "

country, remarked on tho civility t>_the ns I turned and caught sight of 'a redhead was of feeling tho man crawling toward which it was entered, Ji a small hole I My family over the Finger Bowl road oa'!'
; had
whom thus far
pioneers we cnco nt- face covered with bristles ,and i Staten Inland and on to youth Beach. I
> a tho head of the ladder from oil the bed, In
M..QUAD. ored, and offered; the follow our Provijjon' two hyena eyes! I looked to soo wliero the ".\fter events showed that I slept the telling, just within tho entrance, i was proud and haughty; dressod up,

--- bag." man's riflo was, believing him to be about flu hour, when I was suddenly measuring1 thirteen eighteen Incite, : serene and mentally vacant ia order to
'Yes this
ar' a fine country h40. Williams. Tho same voice, same .hair awakened by a heavy thud, a loud and bordered by tat IIl!,>ues I lutit .upon look dignified. People who saw tli drit .
In marked
tho year 1832,' my uncle. Silos! 'I'd never noticing the provisInm, and bristles-it was he or his brother! scream, nnd i sprang up to see n lantern tho teed of the roof. Tboso : lag thus afterward paid ''me a high com*
Wright, living in Chennngo County, like to tramp with yo lor t layer :
or 14'What's tho mattcrtlost tho floor nun stabbing at wife what
yer flowero' setting on a pliment by telling my a dignified
2cw Yqrk, decided to make a trip to tree days an' show yo tome of the I.. continued stones are smoothly pnliehed by the
civil
cst answering a question Comstock, who was lying on hla Duck, and thoroughly clerlcsl-looklnj
Michigan, with a view to settling there. ]land in tho world, but I've got, a ] '!IS tho man, appearing somewhat put out at and another coming toward ,m" with a hands of the dwellers in passing back coachman sin bad.
,He had a family, and ens a man of considerable ot business just now, and yell hat to the ..
our astonishment-Conutock having hatchet in his hand I I.
means. Ho was a stout hearty cxcooso mo-hal. hal I ba I' : .q and forth, as I thin wa apparently the Since that I have ,not tried to look
same feeling "What I did I do'not know. The
man, mho' had made hlsproqx'rty! ,by hard "I Could not See anything'mirthfl n 'I-I-thought you were some ono wholo thing is like a dream. heard\ only.means of entering tho kovm Icon dtJrnUlcd. ._.. ..._., -

"work1. and he was. just the man who his reml\l'kl".espcciaUy as his faco t v some one else I I' I replied, finding my shots, shouts, remember of feeling like a apartments above it. Inro 3i of Chlllsatlon in: AWca. I
would defend his with his life if more wicked as he uttered them I
meaus ,
I voice at last. wild beast and when I over horrible ..
occasion required.. made no reply, end ho walked off wan my The traveler in this region U quite
I How T bo dead
Hathat
e can some ono there Wfero three
nightmare,
Ho reached Detroit without adventure continuing to watch him*until he certain of being entertained'
by cxag r,
I else and still bo Dan Green r' laughed tho men in tho loft, and the trader and A half-
and alter Attending a day or' two iu' the hidden among the trees. man-the samo 'ugh I ugh I I' which Wit dozen Indians were in tho room below 'geralcd stories( about gigantic human J
city to make inquiries ho determined totrl.vel :"Comstock was greatly frightens Hams had uttered. 'But nr' from the
you shouting and yelling. They came up skeletons Imring beets discovered in
: into' tho interior and look tho incident, and was for setting out 1 ,
up Detroit I nn' I calkrrlato that
s'pose you ladder took pistols helped mo
Detroit that my away tho / 'b it'.f. 1m ,
porno land. Ho 'had about a thousand immediately, declaring vutucd'casa4lgrandes, bcr,
mean you want to stay all night{ down, and then I fainted away like n
dollars 'lth'hIm, mostly in bunk-notes, man having seen4his gold would f and ho.took a friend's warning and and murder us at tho first.opportun '
purchased went to a door and called to 'Jano' to get til daylight usual amount ofntlfposotlssuo,, appo"taiuing
of1 double-barreled "AVhiU I Ijclicved the-man's ('upl!, I 1:
a pa'r pistols
,
for then threw
He
supper ready two. j Then there was horrible sight for moon
and ftgwod knife. He learned from the had been excited, and that he might another log on the fire, took u drink,of thob'rroom floor. Comstock with his .to till age of (hreescoro yearn,

'newspapers, and from dti/ens that many hesitate to commit murder for tho el whisky, and went out, saying! thaMhe, head. s three knife wounds ho will become skeptical thereof when $ :

]lawloss hlr3cters.ero prowling nbiyit of gold, I would not listen to C- to Id woman would callus when tho meal *was iu his breast-the landlord, shot twice in ,ho comes to squccza himself through
tho interior of tho Territory, and his f idea of going back I the ro
woos 'prepared. tho heall-Wi1liulIIII, his brother, shot thd IInrl'ow'l'ortaYs of tho nnconllialN! ;
into the mal ,
preparations were only.a iriatter of ('oullplunge ,
prudence. tie "
'ThatVtho some man who met us at through the heart.-nil dead and cold
I have often heard him tell of long lrtour.tnd then throw tho ma: Uve noon! whispered Comstock, his band How I killed the men I don't know' I ,of 'Moil tl'Ztl Caslc.fkl'opular. ) .( ,

'whatbcfoll him on his trip, and I now our could trail if ho inters led following u. app i I ''baking n* he laid It on my arm. don't even renjeraber cf luring. ,my pistols Sc-ioiico Monthl)'. ......
]let Lim tell it-to. the reader. wo keep the path and taken PC 'I thought so at first, but he (Is not,' in my gratp."Wo M
"1 left Detroit in with for a mile or two getting: 4
company a man Wilhams; among re Hind. 'This man has a scar across! made out that poor Coir stork had Securing\' "A Pleasant Esproft: iion."
named David Comstock from Ohio who settlers again before Ie }
a9I is had '
a forehead while the other none. crawled toward tho ladder to listen, and '
in the the mission called himself, could como It Is air easy thing (to ]laugh when
was Territory on same up. .ti Iris 11 "When tho man had drunk from tho overcome by his data tramp and it,exciting I' : ,

-to locate a farm for himself. "Talking vanished.this and way.Comstoek'iand/ | lc,[up, ho pl\shelllp his r, and I caught events, had fallen\ asleep, to bo there I is something to laugh at Hut w j k
After making duo Inquiries, and learn* finally wo oran ght of'tho I hat also observed rascals when } +sa.c
scar murdered by tho plotting "M they nothing funny 'has happened! ,
mile ithout
for halt. T
that choice a a '
ing soino "
very government _wneshortcr a' stogy thin: Wil had lied
The woman fearing
came
land could bo found by traveling northeast walking nuother mHo! at a fast! pace, up. laughing to order Is u' very different

wo took our departure on foot. ,It concluded that wo were safe from ] THE TRAVELERS --1 punishment. Much mid officer tho victims were was oil) matter., Tho other day.certain; ;.tier- lift Stanley writes to us, saying that!
there an ns a coroner
was in S )tember The roads were in suit, and at tho end of tho next mile and after the trade hat man gentleman urged an amateur "tho advertising alga painter le doing
bad rendition, and we believed that wo almost forgotten the noonday in"id c unknown to his share toward tho civilization thai

could get along better on foot than with "We wcro getting Into a finer.coup el(cksonville, Florida. Ya taken a record of Iu my the statement forest and, threw the photograph his ,two children when female portion of tho dark continent

Rddle-h. rsl'tl, especially, as we/ might the road was. better defined, the sett] graves bodies covered without ceremony. they wore ]laughing. On a certain Lift. < i
up
have trouble in finding''' ]provender for cabins were more frequent, and Corns] The gold and tho other pmoual property afternoon tho amateur came with
the beasts and would find felt quite jolly, boasting that wo cf Th Travelers,
as we now corner Bay and Cedar Or handed to to .
of Comstock was over mo his camera but huntlijg tho
have finished off the hunter h t rents, Jacksonville on up I'
then want to leave#h forward to his aife and at dusk I was Aridness :nor Disease.
j
northeast, and was little better than a attempted violence. hotel;1 I, nearest to all railroad stations and Lno amistay children it was discovered that while
horns
pnth.v The trees had been cut down income "About four o'clock In the aftcrbtoawe mboat landings Especially adapted rn sb, in Dvtroitt there. eattstlcdlogobnck A month alter : return to tho little girl was quite willing to 1, hoped,
*ranHlent I Ii my
places, to make highway some came upon a prairie about forty ? business Elegantly fur- write A tllnuasA of common la some
thirty feet wido, and again tho path i in ,extent, nnd paused for a moms alai Od, rooms,'single or en ''';w. .Table .1.,T, Chcnango country I rccotvix two hundred smile, the boy, was in a ,very bad of the older sIlvt-Mcad\ mining camps, i

"wound amon the trees so that the pas- survey it. The hieroglyphics on ace > ml 1 shed as the best. This hotel was built, Brain In' reward dollars which/ in the gold Territorial,, that officers being bad the humor. In tact the boy had,just been but hitherto I unknown $Jn the northwest

sago.of vehicle would have been as im near the path showed that the 1 anlfl?1 and operated as a $3.00 a day offered! for the of Williams punished by his father, and when ho had inado its sppenratice In the Colrille
10 rates SAM apprehension ,
; are now reduced
possibility. TheN was not a bridge on already been applied for, and we el. ys: to 2.00 awhile region, In Northeixtern Washington. Isis ,
the service Is better whom: real name was McCarthy, a notorious was asked to laugh never felt loss
than
the route, and tho cabins of the Bettlerswere the lucky man. We were then a I 1 ever a fatal malady not treated promptly) ;.
roe kfast from 0 who had been driven out
to 0; lunch from 11:ao desperado i humorous in his lift Hut tho camera ", '
sometimes miles apart. All the beyond the I last cabin, where a wi .30 dinner SIR! TeiW'mhlelllung fever In ninny of its .
from The better
; SAO to 730. Thise of Pennsylvania. officers were
goods and provisions taken !In had to be had informed: that wo would have tb only hotel In Jacksonville satisfied with his death than they would was there and the father was'aetuponhaving nymptnmi. The affected animal win

packed on horses; or carried on tho backs same distance to tramp from the p'ogulr! meals at these hours. All serving oth- faro been with his arrest." -New York the performance! procqcd. Ho stand in the snow position two or throe
of the settlers. before reaching another the:! hadjrs ar 8 at least one Jiour later. Use tho days, with uroopoi cars and limbs cold\ !
"Comstock had about five hundred ther informed that four mlIo 'rav share omnibus, the tickets i'cekly repeatedly urged the boy, whoio I to tliu second joints, and seldom rlie*
23i
dollars with him. The money was all in would bring us to 'The Log Tavienta! i of .
gold in five and ten-dollar gold pieces, which was situated at a spot where The Iron Lombardy.When twitching at the corners. Then becoming vicUini; become lined with small sores, l

and he had it tied up in a handkerchief west road' crossed this one. I I"As I Burton K. Barrs resembling cancers or bolls, nnd the,
Napoleon T was crowned king [ exasperated, the father shook .
I stood leaning against I I become decayed discolored'
and thrust into his bosom. 1 la w as armed a luojjs ,
with a single-barreled pistol only, not looking about, I caught sight of sP Proprietor. if Italy at Milan, in 1805:;, he placed the his finger and exclaimed, "You. laugh luiuw. The affection i. Brought on by

having so much as a jack-knife besides. thing moving out from behind a rou crown of the kings of hands Lombardy now, or I vip you again." And under breathing tho dust arising from silver
his
his head with
Bo I could judge lie was not the oak about fifty feet away. .ipon own ex* I and lend! ores, and Is treated successfully\ *
for A XTONMATTOX&COCLINCH{ i.lnimiog: ",iVu me To. doime, gartqui this awful persuasion the ,boy made. aheroic and substttutlng
man an emergency, having but little "Looking sharply, I saw a fur caj'pear Ito by admlnUterlog: malted lard -
God has
lit tttiifha l" given effort.- St. Nicholas.!
I (
then of rod hair and T. [ milk for drink
confidence in his pistol, and none at all a mass 4 sweet for water
who touches I" This "
in himself. lIe 'had beard of the horse- the face of Williams| He must have I nie, beware the) Ing. Quite.a number of valuable so!.

thieves, counterfeiters, and desperadoes that my fare was'turned toward him] (I HAVEN GA iircordlng to Scott, wee its ancient motto Tbo Handsomest Coral, mal have bean lout iu the Colrille mine

'*o should be likely to encounter, and we he drew his head quickly back, and 1 ittachcd to the crown by The largest quantity and handsomest on nucount of tho nature of the affectioa!

led hardly lost sight of the city when he nomoroothimthough continued I-ry ]have arranged with the INDIAN K o tiers.The crown takes its name from the corals come from the Algerian CousU being unknown. -Went( Shore..
the until
had
at tree Comstock
began to express his fears that we were ing distance. n r Eon B LUMB1211 CO.. of Titusvllle/ :narrow iron band within It, which is 'J'hso coral ground have been worked .
unwise in making! the trip. quitQ a Jj tc) handle uri How ,_ Trout Get IU"Color.
broad
our Lumber. about three-eighths of inch
!
"During the forenoon we met several "It was now certain that the i mall ] wm d slimed the middle)\ of the Sixteenth+ Cen
1 e have Two Million rand one-tenth of an inch in thicknens.
''hunters aud quite a number of settlers dogging our steps. We, had faile Feet of Seasoned ING Other coral grounds are foundon -
tary.
her in stock it made of of UK !
and cut Tradition was ono
Half say
most of them their into Detroit. elude him by our run, and I felt, a Million The color of trout's back (1
on 0 a depends oa
way on the; nails use in the crucifixion bf Jesus, and the coast of Sicily, Corsica, Bar:! I
Every roan carried a rifle most of them started on after my friend, that the LJ hi. mother the color of\.tha bottom of the river, but
a pistol and knife, and all were uncouth lain would shoot at one or the oth< 'e t can supply any size or quality ofmOUI was given tll ContiUntiue'by dials, Spain, the Balearic and l' ov. .'I tho trout which grow tapidlydilter great.
the discoverer of the to
and savage-looking in our eyes. We had wo'moved out on the prairie. If I tufYf1 the trade Yellow Pine Lumber, known Helena. ,him in battle. .Afterward cross was, nice. Moro than COO Italian barks andover ly in spots and, color from those .hlch.gro" .
In protect
started out soon after feeven o'clock, and about and walked up to his biding-p Ice, any quantity, at short used at the coronations of the Lombard 4300 person are'engaged: : In ,the slowly and ,thrive badly and a
the bad hi would be sure to shoot me; if we 14 lifers ia color
despite condition of the path, for 'at that of at middle-ago trout from an
a part of the way, had made a distanceof on, he might pass the opportunity/-...-. Spec Milan kings,, primarily in the 501. AgilulfBi, coral fishery. Besides tl!ese, French sgpd, trout. Speaking. generally( the

thirteen miles when we sat down on a Thus I reasoned as I followed Come.. .. Finish.Alia. 1 is year in cathedral and Spanish harks.are enraged Ia jtbe'' ,: fast-growing flab will
The
now kept
leg .to eat our dinner. We had provided "U you have never experienced;, UrE CR[ of )fonza.crown Tho outer circuit is (;001- same occupation. The Italian fishermen have silvery ,id,..,'WM belly and plenty
ourselves with,, dried beef, crackers, feeling that an enemy i* behind O'71' NT as wel beaten of w.,il to bullet in lH':) done aomc hosed etch. x equal piece of gold. pay a high royalty to tho French
cheese aDd other articles, enough to lost prepared lodge a your : and with fish 111.b..o. few or no spot|' a drab
set
together by hinge,
for two or, three days, and each of us having an inclination to do so, and t joined rubies emerald and sapphire on aground Government for their right of Qeling: bcliy aDd muddy-yollow: sides. The obi

had a stout blanket, being warned that expecting he will do so, you cannot large of ,blue gold cuatnel. Within fur coral on the Algerian Coast. trout wilt l'o' ntucb the same in appear.
we might; have to depend on ourselves for agme how I felt. The chills sacs more so and will be tiartlcu
dancer have There only ,
I felt hair crawl 4 the circuit U the n jn, said to no are more than sixty coral woik
provisions and lodgings. my spine, tuy Ito has larly lank and large-headod. This ac- 1
it it
had least were weak, and had Comstock ]loss I peck of rust upon although' shops In Italy forty of which eta in I
"We passed ut beyond two : for fifteen hundred counts for those trout which have accet !
.a'.T been
exposed over ,
miles of 'civilization, and just previousto around he woukl have seen a pale f Mill s [ pott. the little town, Torre del Greco, at the to salt water' being brighter aad morebeautiful
eating had been told by a traveler that 1 was thirty rods or so from the tree i;T,1 : Qs* W years.Chtea:ro foot of Vc.uviiH. These shop give than those which do not. Th -

we would not find another cabin for five hind which I knew the villain to beWyfo! ] Mode of Accidental Death. employment to about 9000 persona, variety and' abundance .of their food

miles. We had seen no land to suit us I fug, when the filling became so oppif iiioxttv Avoinun And chll(rflu. make them ao.-Amerkaa( Angler._

as yet, and. were determined not to end rive that I stopped and wheeled aboW! Among the otjectubowD In the mus __ J. h. .
[gq'Kt.liEfowlCINNAfT
our trip until Wit had seen the fine tim determined to seo if the man 'asfnllig""* stun annexed to the Bwllo
bered country whith was said to lie The movement saved my life. A,';,( number of preparations illustrating .rN eN e
waiting purchasers and settlers within wheeled, a bullet cut through the rim], z.iI some of th,moues of accidental death.

two day.' tramp of Detroit. my louch hat,passed close to Comets Quickest. C One specimen was that of a man who

"After satisfying our hunger and and went siuging pver the prairie. T rtmcnt wiUuiat and PaOouui TUteu Bleeping made a wag r that he could swallow a

while I was gathering up and packing we beard the report of a ride, and ugh. change, making direct beefsteak bole. lIe died In consequence

away the remains of the meal, Comstock caught the smoke from the tree. 'TI Oy of the attempt, and: r.tloll
discovered that his money was not securely 6' 'Great Heavens! who did that!'' i:! ST. LOUIS showed the meat still sticking la his

.. tied up and he drew out his claimed Comstock, his face as white t! VEST sad with Through earjines lot Lod throat. Another was that of a woman

handkerchief to retie the knot. lIe sheet. r AGO &lid the who suddenly fell down ia the street HAC1NE.WIS.' .

knew that I had money. I knew of his "I knew Williams bad tried to mur NUKTH.VE8T and died before medical iw-UUuco could

gold, and so be did not hesitate to ualold one of us, but as be did not make htbl"S2.8? DETROIT be obtained. Her false teeth had be..

the handkerchief and exhibit the appearance from behind the tree aft. FA LO and FuloU la CanadaEas. sumo dislodged and choked her. In an.

bright yellow pieces, which looked truly moment's waiting I concluded not Only one cbmnge aadclM ot can : s. WI otbvr specimen illustrating sudden death ;

tempting in the September sunlight. tell my friend what I bad teen. NEW from aipbyxi the accident was shownto

'That'a fair s We of gold for a mall "'It was a stray shot from a buntip.Facluoa ORLEANS, f have Wo caused by a quid of chewing

to carry around in the woods. I hain't rifle,' I replied, as coolly as I could ''f, A Q Ykkxburg,joints Life tobacco iD the larynx. Several skulls 41k:1idA

ed so much for a year.' bad better move on.' /\O! aD.1 WEST.the meat, L crossed' in all directions by numrrom

"We looked up to find a man stand lot A_ we turned about a dozen IudIa Ke n via this line are afforded sa n. man wl red lines bad: been taken from men killed

lug within three feet of us-a wicked. all on foot, appeared en tho farther ai! b*of U .koot Hououia sad sununod- bound"cDert' t by falling from a height. Cummlunted;

looking fellow, with long red hair, red of the prairie, and I knew we were S 41 investln fracture had occurred, and the red streaks

beard all overlie face, and a pair of eyes from another shot. By hurrying acri Mot showed the UMS of uaioa where t he various LoG.tUMBERVARD ft enYTRUCJ iW-

which would not have been out of. place' the orairie, we should have a good *tpa T, S. E. Pass Afft., Atlanta. Ga.&r pieces had been teuieutod together, r-r SPftMO 'W/\GO/V.sr t/UiSTYLES?

in.the,head of a .olf."Ho the villain who would not cross unfri Div. 1'awi. Agt., Chat. Other skulls showed bullet wounds were

stood, J leaving on a heavy rifle, we had entered the timber, and 10 be wee, nd one was exhibited with
and hii for could make the distance to the nearer' ( M ass firmly driven fbroojyu the boot*, H$ /ATaNYLADtt4
appearamx: petrified us a moment 'tXDWUtDS, L p. oil T. A. w. j WyOam
... there it bad been Intplsuted by the wife CIWiCcrsrtsit
'I
-Ha must have been watching us dwelling V lM* .wv >tw 11
for some time from behind some of the "We bad passed the Indians with a'' more! than an inch of (caaaie and t ill ( the vktlm.-ifkmpitsI f CiazttU.ACrvBtML .

large trees and had taken advantage of mere word, and after entering the timber burned out chile we were talking.'The I isDCoc New Jersey) causcartrutst;
>
the moment when we bent.over the gold ran almost every step of tbe way to floor was a loose affair, and the rental Us orchard of teat
the cabin. It lacked only an hour of sundown light from the Lw-rooin fire each grower
shone
to.step.out and come nearer. up rtwand trees to Phinta I line on shares
'My hand.went my breast and when we reached it, an we bad through a dozen cracks the ladder ltd lines presented hi landlord with one FISH BRSS WAGSN!! G811 -

pulled at the butt of Pone of the pistols made up our minds to stop there for the from tbe kitchen was jUetd about I bit the Ten pea'hethe story i*,

tut &Undib smite showed hared ia the night West wu our disappointment. t, I. twenty feet from our bed, ,d there wsst Hi tbe entire crop. product '-- RAC/NEW








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Tho Mif AdioCate.mv8Y'1LL TELEGRAPH AND GABLE NEWS 'OF THE SOUTH I FLORIDA STATE NEWS MARKET the ket,best and location leave It'therc. In the in to to.iDg mar

farmer buys
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FLORIDA. WHAT: IS GOING ON IN THE BRIEF NOTES AN rpICKED UP HERE AND TJtt SUPPLY .is' DISTILIDUTED, t' rAd a"sharpsalesrimnrmtniijjcjtn bing

$ : ._, g jJ.! ORt"'-0. .... 4.E.T1 NGlA.TU": 'T TE OUOHOUT THE STATE.' !;"'t" "-I- dl l 'Mo of-bift U-ck at .profit: ; It ii all

,- -----"' ,:, It. / -. }' JtI.\' \ ,. Mill faiiery r Earl" Vi'ntt to Gt iaaevo6rt 2ts.set J rlght, Xccllt that the market is ormers fat-
I' J At i Thb nien at Mur t'* .ornl" g and not for speculators, who get
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A NOVEL 8C.HEME. / 5TAvJ lusin4hpbntaons for the aunrinni
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TAT Wn-Jjarnt .
; r1t0 sorr E (on Apilacbfcola bay, caught ,200 barrel Enc
1aw m1'
\ bePXTClt1r9; .. Soenes-LiiCe' an of '. York
J'fiOM {.TArw.Taur' ItEAbitlt- FIRES, fcf fish at one hunt one daY'JCCt'1It'l rent dO-NcIV'
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i 'I' ti9M1N,4RO WHAT'I AOClDESTy ( 2/cen\
TO if' : Speculator
AM 01.0 TIME" ri.AHTATTOMTABLIfflKD of the _
Methoda'
,.aa rt.oOD XTC. .- Star. .. _
IS TESStSSRUT CABs BRUfOS. } } <1' The Kimbsll Lumber Company-has \ _
.. -- 'tu at Apa- Grocer and "Bognav :Farmer.Scarcely
-- ",, I men at Work rebuilding; way
A Chattanooga dispatch of Wednesday-t1 ** '** 1 Afl epidemic ofJnfldenkijf.prevailing ; 'thi oott"n" iced .n! mill. at Fayettt- iachlcoto r recently destroyed by fire. fifty persons a year I venture Agriculture In Ancient China.

stays: Capt. Hugh COlquitt, of' Georgia,* : In Hungary'," *V: 1 vllle, N. C., burned.Wednesday n'ght. The steamer Sam Pyles now make kg. to sayi' Tisit Oansevoort market from'rromJ1iln -
In connection wlthR numb.of "-\oral I ; Th&Chicsge They were owned by John! D. Williams, ular trips.between..Floral,City and PAM- -of 'curiosity, {and.)ct the In llbO (B. C:) the Prime Minister of

capitalists, has boufirh '8,40&>iK-nhf.j ,returned ; grand jury :prf-Tuenday i nad had. agkiiyfirpacity' / forty'tonsi soff ken twice a week,.Tuesdays and_Fridays .sightseer win find there lin} day a scene the Emperor Wau-Wong, Tcheou-Kong,
,
pool i ,
indjctnicnts! sgaiuthirty The Josef is about OO.' : to
fla. 'the trouble necessary constructed norms, or hydraulic machines
laad'6n'' tho last Tennessee\rtfad/jtW*: ; that wilt '1'"/
( 'sellers. '
aide bf Ooltrwah, for the purpose of : (, *" ..' f'Elgbt'mh 'The one 'hundred ind fiftIethbridat' Governor Fleming luw appointed A.C. witues it I O irst of all let me say th..attbe of simple design and working, by which,

erecting k "King Cottons palace." The : er VTfl killed bj an explosion session of the South'Carolina JMhodist :. Martin, of SanFord, as a county commlMioner time to make a visit is from 8 to 6 water was raised to a height to which it
Idea Is to have and maintain an old-time' In a collierypcar Button, England conference convened in Anderson of Orange vice B. Whitoer; o'clock i is the morning: non cvoort had never been carried before, and nimlo
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cotton plantation, worded in the Manner I Wednesday" "/'I WcdneMUy; Bishop Vuncan'presldieg. retigned. .. market is the farmers' market for the city reservoirs and- canals for irrigation.
'of the original Southern cotton field, and : ,The president,0t1.1'Uc.J"Y8ppolntedJohn : .Thrrdare 219 effective preachers, and 150 : of New York primarily,;'MtA all surround-- Water was conducted-by means of machinery
the company expect to make the cotton; : C. Goodlo;,postmaster; at.Tusfcumbia -, local preacher: In the body The membership The English ItQ8 er. Rowell/l, --with t aargotot In" cities! Idcjd J1taUy. "Here the-farmer, from the well, to the dry hill tops,

product more than pay the expense of th
enterprise. The purpose la to make the 'IlelL-& .ter, privafob! aVersof' nil:; Worth. of church property in the the works Black.sailed River from Jacksonville Phosphate company for England : comes to get his daily supply! for the times of dr t !cul turc,L jn consequence -
church',. Other
of interest for lutb name flourished. measuresoTcheouKung
plantation/ point pcoplo : Mine, suspended'Wednesday.. LI*: consumer. ,
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from all sections to visit and to exhibit biUtlen,' $715,000; ;-aeehtsf,200Ooo.' 'Tho a l,. H. :.Allen" Co., cotton'factors Sunday." It occupies the Space1 of about three comprised tbh promulgation
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the primitive cottoa, .industry in all its French' the 'tferman and commission merchants at Memphis ; Governor Fleming has appointed K.: city blocks. .It is simply open sqnart of laws respecting the bundar"
stages, sad operated hvjthe primitive ,frontier phystclaar on admit the Tcnn., made an .assignment Tuesday, W. Scarboro. of Chattahoochce, and ; Q. cut into aide driveways with only a very of properties and the prevention tr.
negroes an far as obtsiaable.NAVASBA sent by Profeskr'Koch! >td Dr. Pasteur.lymph, mot lng. (The firm is ono of the' oldestin 11, Collins, cf Anthony, alternate' delegate .' narrow sidewalk between them, and in passes. The fields''were' 'divided ioiosquares -
I tho South, and has a branch office in to the meeting of the Southern Intcrstate -, business<< hours lighted by electric lamps! coUe wells from their" resemblance
The Chinese government has consented 'New York. A'conllenath'eeBUmate of Immigration convention at Ashevillo. lanterns, etc 'Tho driveways are wide Cbince character signifying .
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RIOTERS -AGAIN: 'to the erection of a telegraph line connecting tho firm's liabilities,.** made by one 'of enough to allow the largo farm wagons a well, surrounded and furrowed byditches

.. iDPRF.UE- THB Pekln and the Siberian' town of, ,i'S members, is. about $750.000, with asactA Major Sherman Conant, superintendent to stand on each aide and leave sufficient so arranged that eight, fsmrri,
4Ha 11. : DECIDES Niachata.
COUJRT,
at t ifl,500,000. of the Florida Southern division bf space between to permit the- passage of each tilling his own.traetitupited in cultivating .
417UTIOS or-..-JCRISDICTIOX.... The Northern Pacific li6teJ and I build.Ings A Nashrillo' dispatch t of Wednesdaysays of the J. T. & K. W. system, died Friday two 'other wagons betwc'en. There' is! the'ninth interior tract, whichbclongcd

Ia the court of the< United of the Oregon Pottery'ornpany; at : A fatal 'disease is BOW prevailing night at his residence in Palaltka, after a space >enough for about five hundred the (State.and the produce
supreme Portland Ore., wcro.destroyed by. fire few illness. His ''about and oftentimes the overflow which their rent..
States., Monday Justice Gray announced among horses in certain localities in this days'* nge was 60 wagons, of paid
the decision of ,t to" court' in tho Casa of Wednesday (morning. State, and IH becoming a very serious yean ) Major Conant was a prominent reaches for blocks awny. The system succeeded to >. morIt
the Nsvsssa tiotew. who are"'under eco4ence ,Mrs. J. P. IlirchUI; Wife'of 'the ''mur matter ,to horse owners Horses die;' 1ft figure in Florida politics for many years Where do all the wagons come from? Each tenant was proprietor of

of death in Baltimore, for a inure deter of Bcnwolland Mrs.. West Jones, several hours after first being affected. A prominent orange buyer, who is in a Well, they ire, mostly from Long Island teen acres, the whole product of which

der committed on the 'Jsland! of'Navassa,* ht'r/ sister, were/passengers Wednesday The systems are like those of blindstaggers. position 'to know, whereof he speaks., and some come from as far as St. belonged to him, State "I.
'11' the Caribbean,' sea, jn 1880< where .morning on the steamer llajestic, .whicU, Reports from Wilson show'. that states that, contrary' to the general impression Johnland. !Some are from New Jersey- ,really proprietor of the; whole,' and had,
they were employed by a Baltimore firm sailed, t OIN\ w' Yoffc for Liverpool: the disease |JI prevailing there'to such an ,'the present orange crop will not Union Hill,and'.beyond-and many Island come 'n a loilon the incomd''of tho ninth
In working The caso A.New'York: 'diipurch snys'5''The firm extent that the farmers are becoming fall far abort of that of last year. Somewhat -* from the upper part of Manhattan this,each farmer. had some

brought to th.aeprcme court on an was.'appeal of Richard II, Allen & Co., bankers and much alarmed. Seventy-five horses have better prices will be realized, how itself. The vegetables to be loaded marketed in 15,350 square metres of 'ground for his

the question raised Involving the commission\ merchantsmade..an\\ assign l died in one neighborhood in that county.: : evey ,owing to the shortage of tho northern are gathered in and the in morning the evening, the farmyard,and his mulberry trees. Thus
ment The liabilities cstl-! fruit but tho large prices tho afternoon, he always had a surplus of provision, of
t jurisdiction of, tho United States over tbe'"Ianel Tuesday. ;; ,are... crops, his mounts the
farmer or trusted: man for food and silk for
mated at $1,000,000.: quoted in art of the season pork nnd"poultry"
_The court decides! that too.Un-, DISASTROUS FIRES.AMO6KEAO obtain dent and drives away. No hurry is made. at this time was richer
ted Staten hiivo jurisdiction o'rer the ,Tho;. )tllcial Gazette of London will hardly be The horses walk along and perhaps: the clothing. ,
'Island and affirms the 'decision of the lishes calling Samuel, L'E a' deputy' United or poorer, than another, ,but, 0 complete
a government proclamation OA., CnEBOTOAX, MICff., AND trange, driver goes) to sleep.- The horses know existed.and tone,
lower court. in by March 1st all gold coins' Issued ,BASTROT, TEXASJ; THE VICTIMS. States marshal, was shot and .!tUled.at the way however, and >all goes well. social equality satisfied.-Pepulat.every ScUncuMonthly. '
', I : prior to' ,the accession of Queen Victoriato Webster recently by R. E. Burford, whom Bath: driver has his own route to tho they say, was .
FINN RTY'8: PROPHECY'' the throne. After the date mentioned The extensive planing mills of the ho attempted to arrest for violation of market; but ris they draw near to the objective .
,aucl\ coin.''''IW'ttot bo legal tender. Amoskcsg Lumber .Company at Amos- the' )postal laws. L'Estrange about point their routes bring them'to- Old-Time Lawo."

'THAT WmitlT HAtF A CKSTtTttT' IRELAND'aTAB ,'" '( .-A aeries"of''eipcrimcri'in( l1ayo'1 een couductod bag; Ga., were burned Tuo-day at 8 BO years old, and will be remembered M gcthcr, and a regular pi occssion results.A Mor
;WOtiiLD ADORN OWh, WAdi: ;nt Cologne, liranco, "by"DrJ; Prior o'clock.The fire broke out in the engine one of the deputies who went to Cedar brief description of tho wagons will
I 'with the Koch curative lympli. Forty. room and was but a few minutes in cover Key to try and arrest :Mayor Cottrell, who not be amiss. They are large, box ,This was a period when tho' so-rnlled-
A large meeting of. Irishmen was held flve physicians attended the experiments,, ing the wholo building. It was only by I had been indicted by tho United States 'wagons,''built out over the wheels. The "Bluo Laws" 'were most rigorously enforced
in 'Cooper Union, New York Monday' In all CHIC! the symptoms following the the heroic efforts of all employes with, grand jury in connection with customhouse centre of the load is generally boxes and not'only in Connecticut with
'night, to aclebrate the twenty-third annivertary injection of lymph'w precisely'similarto the aid of their excellent fire engines that matters there. barrels of cOl'n. potatoes cabbage, etc., which tradition associates,them but ia
..
' of the death of Allen, Larkin ) that described by Professor Koqh.: ; the entire' saw mill plant-one of the A Time Union correspondent wn and the sides are then filled up with Massachusetts. In tho former colony no

and O'Brien,'the ,'Manchester martyrs,"' ,A:pablegrsm of Wednesday from PesthHHyii most extensive in South Georgia-was shown a few days ago a letter from Mr. bunched vegetables,: such as beets, food or lodging could be given to a
:
who were _hanged ia England for the An of influenza Saved from the threatening flames.) 'i Charles Morln who resides in tho Gulf radishes, turnips', 'carrots, etc. When Quaker; Adamite or other heretic. No
murder of Sergeant} Brett. Every spat in i epidemic prevails The loss to the will one could run on the Sabbath day or
at Fu'enf klrchou One thousand company probably coast of Wakulla county saying that a loaded, the wagon is covered with a can-
the hall wall occupied. A representation In tho lluujjury. foot up $12,000 or- $14,000, partially few days ago he caught at one haul with val that completely hides tho load and walk in tho garden or elsewhere, exceptreverently
/Arsons
xullcring
nro
place
of the graves of the throe men was upon covered insurance. The of to and from meeting; ,No one
by origin the his net 2,020 mullet. When one figuresup it from dust or rain on its
from the disease. :: of the disease protects
Many cases
the platform'Starded)1 twd'Ineurbers'of fever \\hlUj4-other( fire is unknown, but thought to be 'acci that Dumber at two. cents apiece, journey The rule at tho market is, first could travel, cook victuals* make beds,
the Tlppcrary:Volunteers. The ad attended resembie'typhus"with, dental.. (hey sell readily at' that figure just as come, first scr'ed'nnll; so the driver aims swcep.housecut balrorbayoon the Sob
dress of ,the;,meeting was made by John are the intestines a copIOUS'hemorrhagefrom At 8 o'clock Tuesday morning the they como out of tho water) it will be to get there in timo to get located as bath day. No Woman could kiss her
K. Finncrty, of Chicago., Mr.. Flnncrty lumber piles on tho' Cheboygan Lumber found that such fishing us that -better 'advantageously as possible and then bo on Sabbath or fasting days. Whoever
predicted: that in fifty years Ireland,would WcdnewUy night Itohert P. Porter, Company's docks, at Cheboygan, Mich., than working a California gold mine: puts his .horses in ouo of >the nearby brought cards into the colony paid a fine
..be ono of tho brightest stars In tho American superintendent of the census, presented were discovered on fire. Tho wind blew The tobacco of G.idsden I is about stables, perhaps or allows them'to stand of 3. No ono could read the Book of
flag. the statement Of the secretary.of the in- crop Common Prayer, keep Christmas or
violently, and though; the firo department with the .
'. all sold nod it has brought: to the farmers wagon.A
I I terior1 giving1 tho population of the states saints' make minced .
days pies
was promptly on band they madeno at least 150,000. Prices ranged from 20 rule of tho market is! that all wagons dance
REBATE ON TOBACCO. and territories of 'tho 'United States, asfinallyileermiuoL i impression, and about 12,000,000 feet cents to 43 cents and they promise to be must be located at 4 o'clock a. m., when play cards or play any
Tho verified population I of lumber, including tramways, docks, much bet+Arnext The tobacco now the collector comes around for' tho music except the trumpet, drum or jews-
tae CLAUS8 WAS OMITTED J'ltOM THE ,' of the United States in 1800 is I etc., were destroyed, entailing a loss of has fixed price and ycac. farmers will license fco exacted by the.city for each hnrp. Liquor drinking was regulated
a
fixed at 02,052,2: This, total gives an many and tobacco was tinkered incessantly.
TAairr;BiLL-M'KESLET: TALKS.. $200,000.A plant next year on an extensive scale, the wagon. Up to, this timo'tho canvas
increase.of .141,710'' from that contained disastrous fire occurred at Bostrop, farms all being equipped with substantial coverings have been left on, and the No one under twenty-one years nor any
A Cincinnati dispatch of Wednesday in tho report of tho census. office under Tex., Tuesday. A number of buildingswere barns and in two tho tobacco market'ins furnished a scene that can bo ono not previously accustomed t it,
ays: The Western ,Tuoo< which has boca industrious in gathering 'A HEAVY FAILURE. about $20,000 the heaviest sufferers that'wiilbe drivers lutvo been Bleeping on certificate. No ono could take it publicly
pinions concerning: tho omission of the being A. B. Reynolds livery stable, loss money startling. their cents, nnd. all is quiet on the street or in the fields"or woods,
rebate clause fa the tobacco schedule of ,A RICErVER: : APPOINTED Von TIr! TOUTED $8,000 insurance $430; W. J. McNuIcy Tho annual report of the chief of the except for tho occasional disturbance except on a journey of ten miles. Nor
the tariff law, publishes this"week a' letterffomMr. STATES KOLUXO ROCK CO. & Co., 'drugs, loss $4,000, insurance bureau of steam engineering, which has of a lato comer. But after the collector could any ono take it in any house
dated juttl been made public dismisses the Pcn- in own town with,, more than ono
)JlcKinlev, Chicago $250. bus made his call every one is bl
November 19th, in which he says: "ISwg A Chicago dispatch says The United sacola. navy yard with the following tNo awake and alive to a alc. The coveringsare person taking it at the same time.
committee States Stock I STILL DANCING. work has been done here, except) tho the This last injunction leveled at the
to say that the conference Rolling Company, having a stripped off boxes of tomatoesof WR
agreed upon the rebate clause of the to. large plant at ..llcgowicb, was on Friday care of tIle plant. Expenditures (nothing barrels of cabbages are lifted from the so-called "Tobacco ParliamentsAbout
bacco schedule,. which was ono of the night placed in' the hands of a receiver. THB BIOUX INDIANS PUEPAJirSO TO TAKE for ships) have been ns follows: Civil es inside of the box and displayed to tho 1815 the Massachusetts magistrates were
lost matters, agreed upon. I am in favor The liabilities are given at $3,810,000' THE: WAR PATH. tablishment, i 'ODI) ).US; super- best advantage; the bunched goods are greatly troubled that the people would
and assets at The intendence $1'GOO; care and with tell lies.-[Weedenjs "First One Hun
of granting the rebate by separate legislation $0.000.000. failure of from Pine sprinkled water to freshen them up.
: at thIS coming session. was precipitated by show collections and Dispatches Friday Ridge repair of shop tools, tCG0.8i; At this hour the restaurants and saloonson dred Years."
8. D. Tho
in the Agency, says dancing In- running firing and repairing of yard en- ,
depression money market This tbe'stree' fronting tho market are
"
diane have the and tho surround
COTTON MOVEMENT. company1 ore of the largest,if not largest In agency gines and boilers, $440.51 ; taro and re-; tilled with customers and it Is really Remembered Their Master.,
ing country a state of terror. Ghost ,
of steam launches total.
pair yard $207.04; -
curs
builders of railway ;q their busiest timo of the day.
dances under tho lead of Little Wound. "
$"281.27. Of the oaviil station at *
m HEW ORLEUH EXCUASOE'Sroa FIOUIUt ,the world andhn's plants at Six Feathers and other chiefs still And now comes tho customer. Usually When tho celebrated animal trainer
TUB PAST WKEK.MM. : Ileqowlch, Ill,. Decatur, Ala., An- going on, and the Indians have are, their Key West done he says this: station"fh ra has been the no the first ono is the speculator, who Martin, who died lately, had, retired toprivate
oiston Ala., and' Urbana, Ohio. The to their backs work: at except has a cellar or a store adjacent to the life, one day ho took a' notion
strapped as they
Secretary Hester, of the exchange, says capital stock of the company i.* $4,000,. dance.guns It is within the bounds of possibility preservation" and care of stores and ma- ,market and does a wholesale or, may be, that he would visit his former large men-
the amount,of crop brought into sight QOO of which $3,000,000 paid up in that the dancing Indians con. chint ry. a shipping trade. He looks for a wagon ageriif, which ho had not Seen for five
dndng the week ending Friday night, cash, and thero is $300,000 of the stock soliaate their forces at Wounded may Mr. Fred V. Dare of New York, superintendent with an entire load of one vegetable- years. It was illlruSt'ls. and he Startedfoi

was 87e,190'agaioet' 837. ,13 for the corresponding not yet lu 1ed. Toe assets of tho company Knee creek, and in that case.fight of the Orange Belt railroad, potuiocs, perhaps and asks a price. that city frOn hil seat nearIlotterdam.
seven days of last year, mak. consist of shops yards, real estate be expected at moment. Gen. Brooke may accompanied by I.. Y. Jfnness, of Brooks Now, the fanner has strolled about the At 4 o'clock, the time for
tog the total to thus far for the season to and machinery at llegewich, which in command of any the troops which arrivedThursdsy ;; yule and W. McLcod paid Ocala and the market and has" noticed what was on teedlnc ho entered 'the menagerie lie

-date 0,708,811, against 8,131,097, an in originally coat $1,400,000 and which, held a long consultation Friday phosphate fields of Dunnellou a visit seernl \'- sale, and if potatoes are scarce he holdsa with the crowd and waited un-
crease over hut year of 817,114. In. are now claimed, by reason of tho ad- with Indian and days ago t.., ascertain the output stiff price, for, if his customer h a til the animals would receive their food,
Agent Roger Special -
eluding stocks left over at ports and Interior vance. in real estate values, to bo Indian gent Cooper. It is probable of tho-inincH, and whether it might not shipper, the farmer knows ho must have for which they were waiting with wild
_towns from the'last crop, and the worth at least $:000,000 5 its shops that with the force at hand 110 at. pay their road 'to run a branch up the goods; but if potatoes are plenty impatience.
number of bales brought into sight thus and works at Anniston,, whkh cost tempt will be made to stop the dancing through the counties of Hernando and then he is glad to dispose of his entire load While they were eating he began to ,
far from the present crop, the supply to $700,000;, its plant at Decatur, at present. Clue to Dunnellou and make an outlet without delay and a tempting price is cough Suddenly the animals paused in
date Is 8,840,034, against 8,483,180 bait costing $300,000; its shop and works at Advices from Eureka state that the through the port of St. Petersburg on the named in the effort to make quick sale. their treat and listened, then br01 into
ierjtie some pcilod last year.EXGOVERNOR Urbana, $180,000, and timber Unds in settlers of Emmons and Campbell counties gulf for the product of tho mines in tho At 5 o'clock the grocer puts in an appearance wild howls of joy and tore iron
Alabama, 40000. "The company has are Cocking to that accountof counties named. Mr, Dare is a heavy and iu his :wagon he passes bars so that many of the timid: visitorsfled
SMITH, in its employ at various works 3,200 a well ''defined rumor place that on the Sioux stockholder with Armour 'fc Co. ia tho through the driveways, bargaining with from the menagerie.Then ,
men, It has been obliged to pay cash to will take to the at Five Orange Belt road, and he is making his. .ouo farmer for a tax: of tomatoes and an. Martin stepppcd forward. With
bus IH OOLCMBC8, GEORGIA-HIS LITH the employes and for,material to the ex hundred warpath from the once. annual visit to Florida. With the development other for a barrel of corn;; ho gets fifty a movement of his hand a i with his
people are now
AND SERVICES, tent of $000,000 monthly Tho present in Eureka. country of our phosphate interests he bunches of radishes from another, and, powerful voice ho commanded kilence,
stringency in the money market has com deems the outlook very encouraging, and perhaps beets nud turnips from the same and suddenly was quiet. He swung
Ex-Governor James )I. Smith diedTuesday pellsd ,tho railroiuT companies that have UNDER FALLING WALLS J.'loridu.ler, resources and climate, has so one, and so on until his loud is completedin himself over the bars 1 hich separated the
afternoon at his residence In bought cars of the rolling stock companyto grown upon him until he thinks there are this line of goods; after which ho visitors from tbo, ,animals, and put his
Columbus., Ga. lie was a member of pay their bills in long time paper, instead AXtrMBKaOPVCXirATAU.Y nUCMXD BTTUE wonderful things in store for. .it. drives into West Washington Market hand into the cages to fondle ,the .animals. -
the confederate congress After the war of cash, and it, bus been extreme COLLAPS6 or A BCILDIKO. Ill" Ph......... l>eil... (adjoining) to get his supply of fruits i A mighty tigress showed mor
2>e held oo political office until elected to'ho IT difficult; to discount the super The Ocala and Blue River Phosphate and berries. Grocers from New York, i joy than any of the others. When Mar
legislature In 879. Ho was made Judge lllodgett appointed A. liege- One wall of a cew brick building in company has just 'captured and salted Brooklyn, Jersey City.NewarkYonkers. tins hand glided over her magnificentfur

speaker of tho house, and fivo years later wichas president at present, and hu.has course of errctlou'forWells, Fargo & Co., down 18,000 acres uf ,the best phosphate White Plains and other places crowd her I b trembled nervously, she.
was elected governor. Ho has" sinco been been .nineteen years. The judge also in Jersey Citr, N. J., suddenly fell Saturday land on earth. 16 is situated about here every morning, and the scene uttered tender grunts, and
s member or the railroad' commission ordered the receiver to continue' the morning burying a large numberof in'' the counties of Suwannpe is a lively indeed. When these grocers throujjh h tho iron bars her ,
and was at the<<: time of his: death judge'lot works aud not let auy of the plants be men ia the ruins Police, firemen and and Lafayette, 011'/tho Suwannee get their sleep I dont know, for .tongue, she licked the fa wil of her rough former
the superior court of the Cbattahoo shut down Mr. Ilugewich gave bond in ambulances were sosn on the spot and and Steinhatcbie'rivers. Experts pro. some of them must drive front thirty to master. When he went away she lay,

.hee circuit t3oo,000. the injured workmen were taken out. .nouncq it the largest and richest deposit forty miles and buy their loads. between down, without eating aLl more food,-
BISHOP BECKWITH DEAD.A One man was killed! outright and seven iu the world. Twenty thousand dollar midnight and 7 or 8 o'clock, and then [New York News.

THE REBATE OFF.. or eight of the injured may die. The wo paid and lust on the same in option, attend store all day long. ----

GJUSD AND ,[OBLB LIME, BROUGHT TO A wall which collapsed was, too light to when it was captured by the Blue River Nest come the street peddlers, some to WhatrSt. .Ea s
,CI.OSK.: vita PCTT OX JUTHBAOOixuxotoxaanIC1 sustain the weight of the iron giruenvrhich company It Is tho' biggest trade in buy a regular supply for a route, others
-" JrCT'lo Q.\TtI: it upheld and its collapse brought phosphate annals and at the lowest estimate !. to buy'whatever the farmer may have I. A1 says in
down immense mass of iron, brick and been ".tuck",with, and this"'hour furnishes I Luis retaufnt-'eel1
Right Rev. John W. Bcckwlth; btsh- ita value I* put down at $10,000- the ( .Democr. alcu'
op of the diocese of Georgia. died at his The custom house authorities at Charleston mortar... | 000, .. the excuse for more hideous and tion the day the neA
home in Atlanta, on Sunday morning 8' C,, have received notice from SUBSIDING outrageous noises than perhaps any other an average high liver-that is, A man who
Ills death causes universal sorrow the treasury department which will affect AlbertusYoght is about conaumnwtiuy city in tho world can boast of. If a always b a good appetite and treats

throughout Georgia and the entire 8ouUx, exporters all over the country Recently THE. ISDIAS SCARE IH SOUTH DAKOTA H a big vale of phosphate land to New pcildtercon load up at his price with himself weUwwk consume dung a
la tho death of Bishop Iktkwith tho the.exporters of cotton, covered with TUB WU x, York parties for $uOO,900 cash. anything, no matter what, ha will go natural, sixty years uppoee'
Episcopal church loses one of its t>rjght- jute have been allowed a "rebate to the --- The tide i... ruing aud Marion county thloufh a IiUeet on the West Side jelU t he caa',poundof beefs mutton other
eat lights, and the South one'Of Its most extent Of the duty paid on It.; upon filing A Pierre' 8. D., spec!\' of Monday is in the full ntm-nt Hunker John F. ing his bargain in such a tone of voice as fl< a day, in a yest.hawill consume 865
brilliant pulpit toratora. '- .. > >I an aflifavlt that M the best of thoir be lays: "1'b11'. ration day at Cheyenne Duna ha cowed! ft Male of 40,000 acres u( to,{rouse the whole' neighborhood, be.ide I pounds and in sixty-years 21U pounds
lief the bag: were manufacture; of jute agency, and Indian are congregatingthere land in i Levv and Marion counties for$40,000ppot waking; the' babies:on the Elliot Side. of meat. lewi eat same.weight
HENNESSEY'S,;MUflpERER8'; r upon. which the. duty, had .been paid, in Urge numbers. The scare is rash. The" lands sold are a And the'scavengers are sure to be there, of quite as much ba
.Tw IIIW order require* now certificate Bubsiduig. Indian Agent Norville has portion of Mr. Dunn's f*t spring purchase ton There U always a stray |M>tato or s here are,8 pounds more
[ TO BB TRIED .roa.11unt': i1 Z -4coxrTlrraoraIATwI of 73,000 ucrt*. soinethio$ dropped from a bos or barrel, drink "J'
from.t.he.\ manufacturer, of such baggingto just returned from the .Bd river country, every day quarts of coffee, te
,.... i ': I !' that trfijc.V'whlch Is taut lllotUlt.to re. and says the Indian then are abandoning I and-nervr wind the dirt ,it may haye I wine, beer or.water, making a total
....- rl .., ': fallen in, that can bo washed oft--it can
fusing 'the'ft .. moibf> the jot> their dances and promise not, to participate I i 10,950gatlons'orabout 113 hogsheads'
'\ Tt. city coun q..91 .ifew: : .Qr1.eu.a.VednCldaYlIlg ,, bsgriug his p.iMed Ibrou h ball' a dozen in them ag.lal;** t ; ENCpua/1GiEGAatuxn QRTa; be eaten' by a hungry person wa..1[I vf liquid. Thifr estimate does bl Include
t, eppropriatalr$13Q ba la before i reaching I the exporterAUGUST' ,. probability hcj wjll-eat
to defray thd'ekpenaes: set btiDgldg the ANOTHER ELECT.ROOUVON| Tint COKBITIOS OP TUB eTC> cauC1IIWi ,0111I are moving away; at 10 o'clock only 'I forty'or fifty lambs tha' caw.a
I assassin of Chiuf of! l tor / the stragglers o'cloelnJt I
oltceHennwwy .' < '' are left' 11 of
IX: TEXAS. :
justice, and thtmoaeyikto bu'disbuasodlby .- BELMONTpE/" : TO TAX I';: b.- TORE:...!.' '. 1PUl U deserted,cave for the. wagons of I h* about couple five'hood thouiwmd(yd ponuds.Spring of Fhwt

, the mayor as let 1 doe!* kV-.. TUB 'MllUoJf AUlV/-, rettrr SH TaJD TtC1'U(. ", I W. B, fctlckney,sici l a .,ut of the' "bogus' rJUmers.1.. high noon the I 4( ,000 or $ < cgii aa| tour t; .s
.901
preliminary exapalaatlonpl JIMld.} sUtErsb' ....-- who busy one of a few hours before are 'et. Io=
) "l'fCIAH! p\ ', Jolted[ Stales 'ccn.w bureau, aril !! heads of sugar. U-l ibis supply
;
I a* accessories tl>>.tbocr ').w tees' fixed .. .1. A Washington dispatch says; The sutprerae has charge of the live stock returns from ting ready for bed. the saloons and restaurants pie up yytheuhwit'w'oqd weigh

for 8sturhay.I"' ,' ., ...,. >.Aug\t& Jklraont died'a/ yew >'ork court of the Uuitied States op Moo- all the.ranch. propertied la rl'exae"status aid closing, and alt. U 'deserted 'ovr j would.
", .
tlo.Iare
d I 'I I f. day affirmed the judgment' the circuit autt aplj: ,
I proroiogY"1iia"death; resultedfruni that everywhere ,totk, U ia excellent fill a"
BT the help of AmsHeaa n.a.1IMo' o\diV| ; court for th. southern district. of New Oil the peculiar features that the otO .trl cL
detiawle% a wvtre cold he t:contrived at',the condition; and nacliiueu tare hopeful" but o jve.a>rnjutti 3aa4'&e
.i'
IJogra of UoodIU"wife ,, ln4'.'d 1 LA llors-Sh*.. If he bad lived until Turk. Jude Lacombe presiding, lathe tn the north and northwest sections of lontC f.r .t combat U tho "0 eat and drink I all, and pay for it, .to.
&AcbM.
1IIJPIt' .p case of gus" farmer who
..twL CoJoae! AWeo Baer, 11II America the 8th of next mouth, )!r. Belmont Shibuya Jugiro the Japanese, the tate the prospects are the best ever really no farmer and tht'l man
confined ia Sing Sing prUon, New York known. but a speculator who will buy an old r05uuu"err
..s twed. would bate been seventy four yean oki. under sentence of death by electricity. \ .l aye t Uve


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tft toss-
'1 TdbBe'who' lo Ta.n.f1oi g btfli snaghtflow | I i to'' ohlQ--cuiso ,WCH, "A1 etA, I'was to "take the first 'watrh, The oeralentetedaat( ,} : ,"**'prtJJc Ingangle Hill Nye1 Attempt at Digalty., ;
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Jmpotettt of speech, I U bnllatii ; st- Comstock: removed his tnld'from his throughwlml6w 6t
aught furniture had all booq taken out, bosom, laid It on. the IkIns" ,and then snb-
What words otiote's iW hnmllit.T? ( place had A loneHomo look, and, at laid down: I crawled! tt\1'UUlou1he.. Gothic form hieasnrlng' three feet and c)

story tan drsnstnle ? risk of another shot from William!, floor until, I found a crack: large enough ; threo Inches M 'height Uy two foot and q
hen hath
TV fotfnd his
one own soul's\ tn| .- that we push on to the Log I to allow me to have quite View of the font Inches In wtiHli at hio' bottdm. I
What voice liath he that,tall- .,befitjojsoriiraoBtl'oflnli :: Comstock agreed, nnd just at : room below, and then Vcl myself 1 to watch "I
.A *'? without having: seen or heard bar' and listen. fhlji.@riiall \\'artm pl6m1o.t'hI1; plas- i

There rannot be a common tongu wo arrived uttmr destination '"The landlord for tvhUC: Vcforo lend within, and bWkcned by fire. y y

Foi'ootii und body,'*o anions 1Ie' name given the 'hamlet was; the fire, 'an, Indian came in, got .homo ;The plastering! : bq tl' fluger-mail;; and 1 '
The,,world of words I wander, Corners. Besides the tavern, whisky and went, out, and after anonher :4
Not .lmt I lout "."' I was only a fair-lted log-house, hour tho tavern-keeper covered,,up thd ,Impression of the thumb and ;''I hand, 17bWT. I'J .
\ till flailing the soul need tbo mont.Not was a sort of tradll1g-po..t and the lire and went into the other rn..2i.1'Long showing' that iL ,,'... 'laid oa and
from earth Is tree
Wht It han....join of another; sctthir. The, .whole before this, despite his1 'alarm smoothed b1'.tho ha hl". The roof Is"
t"'rftocUy' | was not over six acres in extent Comstock had fallen
soundly tutfop. I
To tW what bhM it formed Ky willow laid horizontallyacross J I
bring mores; corn and pumpkins growing In maintained my placo for,another hour R
To rye*It> hll&non'lI&IIguolfe. ,' wlilcli' i ilor.'d but the balance of .the clearing without hearing the (least noise, antithen cloven rhffers of !,- h'Rf1'd i j black d

o"en'with brush, stumps, and crawled over.on the: bed. alder; Upon tha thin lavor'of rcods 1
And A dozen Indians stood around the "Two hours moro went by and then, 'is i ,
yet, txtoT f, here we lire, ) placed transvcrselr and, the whole \
of the )( 1 others' were ,
tradinJ.l ) believing that wo had been unreasonably y'I
On earth and hen 'Iz
ten lira afar awny, and the scene was wild and frightened, and that we should not be plastered) oU top With! mortar, forminga : '
No would 1
haste, tnjr very dear, enough to have satisfied tho crav- disturbed, I woke up my friend, told him floor to the chamber above it., Tho ,7 'I'IA' ,
"To Irani language of that V ,
uphrreKartU R of any romancer: that everything was quiet, and consulted rafters arc IJCcl 'I) !
.1"ucf'pt ofr
; it no tweet,10, dunrent takeWhat \ ono two ', af
WI110 one present M we him as to whether wo should not ,both r nr .. ... '
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I enD gin for low' own sake! ; \ into the tavern, nearly halt of go to sleep. He concluded to watch foran that( were evidently token dry. 'h a "r/.c. :". ,'r "And pf sweet sllenoo\ I bofrch., was partitioned off as a public hour at least. And I got tinder tho They average about fifteen Inches in '
Take what trnnncend mjr ntrnoot speech; .. Benches were ranged around the blanket and left him sitting his pis ch't'lImCCl"CIICnl Wax people are noted for their dignity
tip, woro ct Into tho
I And where I foil, I'fray let her A huge fire-place occupied one end, tot in his hand. We hud few' words of and, rrposf.. They hare no brains but f
:Be my mete nonl'l Inf eVpreier.Cailaltn ; keg of whisky, and a pint, cup conversation,. congratulating: ourselves walls nt the limo the latter, were built., they never forget to bo dignified., I hat.

-[ Perry, in TlniMi-. .j j" on the end of one bench. that wo would nafely- pass the night, They wove borne oil flash' with the dignified people, writes Bill Ny* in tb<|
strangers," cried a voice, us and New York UVrM. I never tried to twl
--- then t went to sleep. I did not intend wall outside. Some of them show '
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-- ; + up before tho fire, for tho night I tot: I meant, hi my mind, to remain hatchet marks, where Ll'ILllchC'lVera' dignified but once', ,and that was two
quite chilly. Which way did JO i awake, feelinz that he 'M' the'weaker weeks ngo. I wore a handsome new
Tic Tip it in t His e \\'oOds from" one, but I was tired and worn and could lopped oil' Front this room tho only frock coat and suit" of dark blue! and a'

leaped up as I heard the tone, and not resist nature Tho last I remember means of exit\ exeept (hut window by 'New shinipg Runia iron silk hat, to drive

:- turned and caught sight of'a red was of feeling tho man crawling toward which U was ontcitxl, Is a small hole My family over the Finger Bowl road on!'
a face covered with bristle, and tho head Of the ladder, from oil tho l>nU Staten Island and on to youth Beach. I
ET M. in
the
QUAD.In eyes, I looked to see wh'ero tho "After events' showed that ceiling, just within tho entrance.. was proud and haughty, dressed
rifle was, believing him to be about nn' hour, when I 'was suddenly measuringthirteen; by eighteen Inches, serene and mentally vacant in order up to

tho :year: 1832, my uncle ', The saruq voice, same hair awakened by a heavy thud! a lour and bordered by flat sone.s( laM I upon look dignified. People who saw ut dri
Wright living in -it was he or his brother 1 scream, and I to see a lantern '
Chcnango sprang up of lag thus afterward
tho reed layer the roof. Those paid rue a high compliment *
dew Yqrk, decided to make a trip : t t's tho matter!-lost yer power Betting ou tho floor, a nun stabbing at by telling my wife what a dignified
3Uchigan, with a view to settling a civil quoHtioul continued Comstock, who vas lying on hia buck, stones are tmoolhly polished by the and
He had a family, ond."om a man of appearing somewhat put out at and. another coming toward ,nm with a hands(, of tho dwellers la passim back coachman alms thoroughly had. clerical-looking
siderable means. lie t stout -Conu-tock having the hatchet in his hanlI.1 *. __ forth "
was a I and
as this was Uio Since that I have tried to
apparently not look
man, 'who had mado his, property[ by feclinz: : "What I did I do'not know.: .The ,
perk and he was. just tho man I-I-thought you were some one- wholo thing is like a dream. I heard only niouiia of entering (lM kovciiitconapartnionts diznlflod.Inroad! -

wonla defend his menus with his life, 1( one else1! I replied, finding. iny shots, shouts, remember of feeling like a above It. orcitlllxatlon In AMc. I IJ' IJfr. Ir
ocua&ioa required. at last. wild beast, and when I wow over my horrible The traveler! in this region (II quite +
Ho reached Detroit without ad : :, How can I bo name one nightmare, there Wfero three dead ,
and after upending a day or two in' I still bo Dan Green' laughed the men iu the loft, and tho trader and A half- certain of being entertained'' by cxxag '
city to mako inquiries; ho determined ? tho snmo 'IIJIhl! ugh!' which Wil dozen Indians were in tho room below 'goraicd! stories nbont! gigantic human

travel: into tho interior and look 'h had uttered. 'But you nr' from shouting and ycllinsr. They came up the skeletons having beau dlacororcd in
pome land. Ho 'had about a I a'pose, an' I calkerlato that'you ladder, took my pistols away, helped mo tho ruined '
dollars with him, mostly in you want to stay all night? down, and then,, I fainted Away like nwomuu cnaailgrandcr, but)if 1m bo, ,
And ho took a friend's warning! and replied that wo HO desired, and lie : and scarcely know anything until good-sized mine! and, possosscd\ of! the
rk wbasedopa'r! of eloublc-barreltd' i to a door and called to 'Juno' to get : daylight. usual amount of.ndlpoiio tissue nppor
'and .if poo J knife. He learned from ready for two. Ho then threw "'f heu there was a horrible sight: for moon
tl\lulllg to llm of
'ncw 1J1IJcrs} and from citizens that log on the firo, took u ilrinkof thobr rroom floor. Comstock with his age threescore ,years,

]Jaw loss "-hinders: were prowling abl>> i l li and went out, sayinir thattho head ciit't( open and three knife woundsiu ho will bocoiau skeptical thel'ootvlle1l
tho interior of the Territory, and ti i would call us when tho meal Ivan his breast-the landlord, shot twice in ,ho comes to squeeze himself through :

preparations Were onl v.a flatter of | ] .' tho head-Willlams, his brother hot the tlnrrow'I'ol'tRh ot the nnclonl:halls
ence. I have often heard him tell snmo man who mot us nt through the heart-all ,dead and cold.
"'whutbdell. him on his trip, aud I '] whispered Comstock! his hand low 1 killed the men I don't| know I ,of ''Monfr/iima' CIUUl"tl.olHllnr:.
let him tell it,to the reader. as' he laid it on my arm., don't even remember of JIlvns.my: .pistols :Seicnc03tonthly. _,
"1 left Detroit in company with a : thought so at first, but lie I Is not' in my grasp pas-- 4J

named David Corostock,.from Ohio, l 'This man has a scar across "We made out that poor Con.stock had Securing "A Pleasant Kxprcsfitoii.H
was in' the Territory on the same while tho other had none.' crawled toward tho ladder to listen, and '
It 1 Is
sion-to locate a farm for I 1 tho man had drunk from tho overcome by his day's tramp and its exciting ou easy thug to laugh: when'

After' making duo Inquiries, and I p"sherlup his Cap, and I caught events, had fallen nwlocp, tu bo there li something' to l laugh at. lint
that choice of-tho scar. I had also observed murdered by tho plotting niKcajs! nn they when
lug come ,very nothing funny has ,Happened
land could bo found ..was !:n"l, then Wil I came The woman had fled I )
by,traveling r ; .up : fearing laughing order h 1n1'1' different
cast, wo took our departure foot. puuisnmcnc. nuu mo TICIIIMI' weir Dig
on
was in Sq tcmber. The roads were i tp RAVELERSJn, there. Such on ofliccr us a coroner was matter., The other day a>certain :.Ger Stanley writes to us, saying that I,

bad condition, and we believed that unknown, and *a after tho trudcv,,<1 man gentleman urged an amateur to "tho advertialng sign painter it doing
could get along better on foot than om ;; taken a record of my statement, threw photograph hit two children when his share toward tbo civilization'()f th*
fiaddle-horsc, *, especially as "'if' Florida.. Ye: graves were dug iu tho forest and the female'! portion of tho dark continent,"::J
have trouble in finding provender tr i ] bodies covered up without ceremony. they were laughing1. On a certain LV". : t

.the beasts, and as we would now > corner and The gold and the other personal |property afternoon the amateur came with '
Bay Cedar
then want to leave/h<5 road, which Fla. OrJJJMI of Comstork was; handed over to ma to lilt camera, but on hunting'' up ,tho.. Disuses
e'I
northeast, and was little better than to all railroad stations and forwoid to hU wife, and at dusk I wu children It'was di'covcrcd that while A'Queer ;
path The trees had been cut down Especially on th in Detroit, satisfied logo hack horn and r :
come :places, to make highway business. Elegantly adapted fur ll.tr b.write. stay there. A month otter my return to I the littlo girl was quite willing to --'"

thirty feet wide, and again the I *,'llinglo or rn titilf. :cable J..T. [Chtnungo' country I rccotvH two him- mile, the boy Will in A ,very bad A iliwaaa of horses, common (to some
wound among the trees so that the P" ; { | best This hotel was built, Btu [dred dollars in gold,, that being the I humor. In fact the had been of tho'oiler' ullver-lead mining camps! ,
In boy just
I but, hitherto unknown Jn too northwest
cage.of a vehicle would have been an operated aa a $3.00 a day Toward which the Territorial oflleors had
possibility. There was not a bridga ; are now reduced to 2.00 a Sat*i offered! for the apprehension( of Williams, punished by lit( father, and when ho lugs inado its ai>|'enraiiee\ lo tho Colvllle

the route, and tho cabins of the service la better than ever {whose real name was McCarthy, a notorious ?. was asked to laugh never felt lose region, in Northcautera Washington. It
were sometimes miles apart. All 6 to 9; lunch from 11SJO: desperado, who had been driven outf humorous in his life. lint the Is a fatal malady It not routed !promptly( ) '
.
goods and provisions taken in had to I; from 0:30 to 730. This > Pennsylvania Tho officers were better camera and resemble lung flYer In many of usymptnmi. J
packed on horses j or carried on the in Jacksonville nerving E1 *ti rlcd with his death than they wtmldIUTO was there and the father was 'set upon. The affected animal will
af the settlers. at these hours. All oth- been with his arrest."-[Now York having tho performance'' proe?cd. lie stunt In the saute iMMltion two or three
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. one hour later. Use the Meekly lays, with dnioW4| cars and limb cold] e'to
"uomstocK nan about five repeatedly urged the boy whole
,
i dollars with him. Tho the ticket save 25 the second Joint., and seldom rlllN,<
, money was all person each mouth did not get beyond a Might the tint fall The
gold, in five and ten-dollar gold way. The Iron Crown of Lombard/. from throats ofh..
hnd lie had it tied up in a ) K. twitching at the corners. Then, be- victim become lined with small sore

and thrust jnto his bosom. Ho wo* Barrs, When Napoleon 1. was crowned king coming exasperated, the father hook resembling cancers or boils Rod tbe.'
with a'eingle-barreled pistol only, Proprietor. f Italy at Milan, In 1803, he placed the his finger and exclaimed "You lungs become! n decayed t. discolored'moss.
laugh The affection I.i
bating so much as a jack.knife Iron crown of the kings of Lombardy brought on by
!Bo: far as I could judge lie was not (upon his head with hU own hands, ex- now, or I vip you again." And under breathing tho dtwt arising front silver

man for an emergency, having but C OT./ miming: "Dleu m. Va faire, pares this awful! permiasloit the boy made a and lead, ores, and U treated successfully
confidence in his pistol, and none at qut la (ounle '" ("God has given itJfo heroic effort.-[St. Nicholas. by administering malted lard and substituting
in himself. He had heard of the I me, bewaro who touches(I") This, "' sweet milk for water for drinkIng -
I ,,'Cordi to Scott tho '(juilte it number of valuable anmuU !-
motto
thieves, counterfeiter,, and des}> () n g wax The Handsomest Corals.
have been lout tho
iu Colrtlle mines-
wo should be likely to encounter, and J ittached to the crown by its ancient
had hardly lost sight of the city when k)tiers. The largest quantity and handsomest oil Moc6unt of the nature of the affection

began to express his fears that wo AN KJ The crown takes its name from the corals como from the Algerian Coast. being unknown.-{Went Shore.

unwise in making the trip villa, narrrrw'iron band within it, which U Th'so coral grounds have been worked

"During the forenoon we met I. I Will d,[about three-eighths of an inch broad since the middle of the Sixteenth Cen How, Trout Oet It. Color.
hunters and quite a number of !: ........ nod and one-tenfb of aa inch in hlrkners.
INOI Tradition it made of of UK tury. Other coral grounds are found -
most of them on their way into h' {11on say was : one
livery: man carried a rifle, most of L-.. 011 nails use in the crucifixion t>f Jesus, and on tho coast of Sicily, Corsica, Sardinia The color of a trout's back: depends oa

a pistol and knife, and all were : Iy of was given t<> ConsUntiue'by hI. mother, Spain, tlio Balcarlcs and ''l' ov.fnce. the color ofthe bottom of the river, but
and savage-looking iu our eyes. We wn Helena, tho discoverer of the cross, to tho trout which grow alidlldljfer greatly
started Out soon after seven o'clock, re: .inert protect him in hurtle Afterward it was 3Ioro"thun 000 Italian barks and in spots and color from thMI.which

despite the bad condition of the path, 11 used at the coronations of the Lombard over 4300 persons aro'enucod: : Iu ,tho grew slowly Ind -thrive badly, and a

a port of the way, had made a | $pec kings, primarily at that of AgilulfDi, at coral tIthe..)". Vcsldci those French middle-ago trout dill'l'l'Iln color from an
of thirteen miles when we sat down on 8 ? h )IilI&4. In tho year 001, aged. trout. HpeakJng.< : generally the
Jr I ''
leg to cat our dinner. We had )' The crown IK now kept in the cathedral and pani h bark,are engaged in ,tbonaiiio young, healthy, fast-grotyinf; fish will

ourselves with,, dried beef, j .el of )[onz8o Tho outer circuit is composed occupation. The Italian fishermen nave silvery tides,"white belly and plenty
cheese and other articles, enough to tfj'done a of six equal piece of beaten gold, pay a high royalty to tho French of well-dunned spots Tho poorly fed
for'two or three days, and each of joined together by hinge, and set wkh fl.h will.have few or no slots,, a drab
had a stout blanket, being warned large rubies,emerald and sapphires on a Government for their right of fishing belly and muddyyeuow.ides. The old
we might have to depend on ourselves ground of blue pold. enamel. Within fur corals on the AlgerIan'' Coast. trout will 1'9 muctt tho same in appearance

provision? and lodgings."We O bo circuit is the n jn, said to have no There are more than sixty coral work, only more so, cod will be particularly
had passed at least beyond # -poek of rust upon it although' it baa lank and largo-headed. This so '
miles of 'civilization, and just! pre\ I (! s been n posed for over rift ton hundred shops In Italy, forty of which are in counts for those trout which have accewe
to eating had been told by a traveler W 111'11'1.-l[('htCI' o Pott. tho little town, Terra del Greco, at tbn 1.o..1t water being brighter. and more
we would not find another cabin for i I Nodes of Accidental Death. foot of VcmvliH. Theso shop girt autiful than those which do not. The
IU lCL We had seen no land to suit ; employment to about VOOO/ )criuu, variety and abundance ,of their food
as yet, and were determined not lIIollflv wmnon and hiMrftii. make them so.-[American Angler.
to
Among the objects shown in the mus- .. ,. -I
.UH .u
our trip'until wti had seen the fine timbered tom annexed to the liorlin contrrem; were
which said to -,--
country was number of preparation* illustrating -rN ON 01fwA J
awaiting purchasers and settlers
some of the mode of accidental death. 5. Ii -
two days' tramp of Detroit. loaf. c O ne specimen was that of a man who
"After satisfying our hunger aut lhs made a wager that he could swallow a
"while I was gathering up and :! aukLtr beefsteak whole. He died in oncqurncof

I away the remains of the meal, OoJ ST: LOUIS I the attempt, and the preparation ,.
discovered that bis money was not securely showed the meat still sticking ia hit c
tied and he drew with Through Lo
up out ear.UaM tot throat. Another was that of a woman
handkerchief to retie the knot > and U who suddenly fell down fa the street HACHEWIS.
knew that I had move j. 1 knew of hi "' KOKTIf-WE8T, and died before medical assistance could .
gold, and so he did not hesitate to un.fold Fur DETROIT bo obtained. Her false teeth hud her #
the handkerchief and exhibit and Fulau I. Ouiatla time d'ulodgcd and choked J Iter. In anothrripeolmtn : ; i
bright yellow pieces, which looked etuuge&ad at can tu" Wfl! Illustrating sudden death

tempting in the September sunlight from wpbyxi the accident woe shown
That's a fair share of gold for a ORLEANS, to have Wn caused by a quid chewing
to tarry around in the woods. I ,J"uUa&ll1o Life tobacco: in the larynx Several rkulcrowed
ed BO much for a year.' and WE8T.the fait, in all direction by DUI t'rQQII

"We looked up, to find a man staal.lug I line are afforded aai man wl red line had been taken from men killed
within three feet of WIwicked. .&MooBUlai uulMirnmad-ei- bound II by falling from a height Comminuted

looking fellow, with long red hair, Investin j fracture had occurred, and the red streak
beard all over his face, and a pair of showed the Hot of uaioa where t hi various LUMBERYARD
which would not have been out of. pl Afrt, Atlanta, Ga. Mot pieces bad been teuiebted together fl fTRUcRs; '.
iaihe hea4 of a wolf. Dir, 1'101I. Agt, fhat- :Other: skuJU showed bullet woonds' were SPRING WAQOflSj ML STYLESF1SHBR9SWAG9HG9.
"!le stood, )leaping on. a heavy rifle + I to be wee, and ow was vxtilbited\ with

and hi* sppearanuc petrifed} us for a !' O. P. A .. W. ui lie firmly driven (hroa;b the Lone, "ATS""
unt.1J.. must have been watching : Ted A there it had been implanted \>j the wife H1ta41Nr 1./1cltte CHA1IC..JYP4Tgq. .
(or some time from behind] some of than aa inclof aaoTieTanil tll \ e tbeittim.f f!Hospital Uaaetto.ACrMKCBiasDCocKTvO'eir T
large trees, tad had taken advantage out while we were taking "
tho moment when we bent over the floor was. a loose affair, and the I Jcncy) CJIAU& OMac;'I I:
tented his orchard of
tn
to>trpjout and come nearer the bv-room fife shone Bach grower
''}1yw .went up to m1reut a dozen ctacks.: \h ladder It'i u uuaand tree to Phineas JUaN oa sharev
pulled at the butt of one of the pistols tbe kitchen, was need about lines presented bU landlord with one .
tut t& Seadivh smile thawed itself ia ths ., feet from our bed, t d there hf the crop. Ten peeebey the story if,
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,....... -. .-... ..." .. ... ---.--- _. ..... ._.__ v' _, -I :EFARMRSMARKE th I be.rty'ineaf from the: honnehold 'enpppathey ;
+ THE RUT WAST :IDYOCiTE. h i from ,Jacksonville. At that NECESSARY LEGISLATION. low ebb. Past legislation has been ransacked house without, di;..
,7 ; Co.. 'isaccordedeuery useful to unscrupulous. Mr. Mrs
the'frelght fcf the B. C. T. ;, more YORK'SIS : VEoftJJ t.,l tnrblng or Wetmor Ten catering
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his W NEW
trader In evading Just debts
a' A wmctr jotmsAt nmTonm to' 'TRa' >> vxtOPKBST > line receives and facility while it any other if ,Florid Is entering upon .an era than In performing its object of APPLY'_ .])'Sr tTED. I their sleeping apartment and
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or rut IITOJAJI nivrB xnLAKI > may [ gold
securing a watch and
of chain
worn ,IBCTIOM. the matter 10 left to its best Judg. prosperity. This statement can aiding the creditor in collectinghis Mat' a>a l

J ment, select the Clyde line, our not bo questioned. The absence of account. The methods for EarlyVrtrt' 'to aattsevoort' rilt t{about seventy dollars (In crib, as well M

'" '" I shippers can mark their goods epidemics, the finding of phosphate conveyancing teal estate' are so 'and' tit dtrsnge jltornttpt, InseaLlke !a hat and a suit of clothes. .
p Office Wa*1dngton.benue, Tltusvtlle, and investment of millions: of, and obsolete that It is Ea" tatp'd'A,
4 River Florida either via Clyde, O. S. S. Co., A. complex j aD "nj I The burglar or burglars departed
Indian
e with
,
C. Despatch or line they please dollars in this newly discovered, seldom a deed or mortgage is effect- Method' of the Speculator 81 t
-'._ .... : r ..1'a ; any !their booty without
a disturbing
l the
> of
but already leading source I executed outside of this State l' kuter.v,6f darn
if
"r.. \ ., and it wjll go as they direct. Instead ive racer and 'Bogus' W.
> wealth{ the low rates which have and have made little advanceover ... l )era of the unfortunate victims, whom
we
wk
;; PUBLISHED EVEUT: FBIDAY. of the E. C. T. Co., being un '",,*,,,,,,'a ve n
k t able to ship via the O. S. 8. Co., been made by the trunk lines lead the system in"use during colonial Residence : 'they had feloniously deprived of property -
ing to the Peninsula, all tend to Muncipal corporationsshould jobbery at the Wetmore -
their facilities for delivery of days. of considerable value.'

v'r' hovered at the. 'rIm lei Fnato/nce/ as'SecondTEIIMS freight to the S. F. A W., are attract a larger crowd of tourists have their (J powers enlargedso Titusville. Upon ascertaining his loss In the
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and home-seekers
Man MMtet. than
Clue superior to those of the J., T. k K. have ever as to allow them more latitudein morning, Mr. Wetmore decided not

W. B'y Co., as the Clyde river service sought Florida before. Aside from framing and enforcing ordinances burglary occurred last Saturday give the matter special publicity hope to
the mentioned A
F causes we are pros. the moral and sani
If! delivers large quantities of governing ; such
Advance that by a course the
Invarlblyin
arrest of
.; .. .., because of the best the above residence, which, thoburglars
,if 'c, freight from South Florida pointsat perous some tary condition of towns, and mak night .at would be
One and Two Cent more likely to be
;' By Check, Postal, 1'otUge Or"M'JIt'Stamps.i. the dock of the S. F. & W R'yCo. sections of the State, particularlyour ing their tax assessment independent While it did not excite as much com cessful; but upon the attempt snc-

One Tnt,!........,.....1... ....... .......I. OBis ., in Jacksonville, thus prevent own, are emerging from their of the county and State, and ment as the breaking open of the Court county saffe becoming known, the fact on the of
Months,.!....., .....;.........i.n,....IM ing'several days delay in that city, pioneer or frontier character. fixing the amount of license for safe far profitable job the Wetmore robbery became
4 J .'Three,Months,....? .....;........,.'.'':. .* which is a common occurrence There are thousands of people who the various branches of business house was a more I, widely cir
Bfngta Oop7.<.."..."."...'.-"-,...*.t... Bo will be pleased with Indian Riverof carrled.on in their limits and enforcing for the perpetrators of the felony than culated.
when it comes in on the J. T. &: K. i
probable that
It Is both
*. Bent to Address U. !B.or Canada,Prepaid .and who burglarfa
any .. .
'p inspection the the
W. system. The New Smyrna would upon the improvement of prop attempt on county property.The
1ZdIWt.WALn.8.0RUO committed by.the
were same
parties
make It their homes who ,and
route is a good one it is the one erty. The powers of the Railroad the
; entrance effected through
; ,.: would have rejected our charms was we sincerely hOl e they will be brought
which will Commission should be enlarged
I> safety-valve effectively
AstocUte-EUltor& Manager,....b. H.WALTON.A prevent a monopoly of the commerce and attractions of a few years ago. and more specially defined, and kitchen window and after making a to justice.

of Indian River until we get We refer to those people, who, some method should be devised

t another railroad.A while they do.not care for the ourroundings whereby the supreme court could ,
: We do not hold onrnelv renponnlM for the
s "onlnlnn of our correspondents, bnt we claim of a great city, yet, at dispose of cases coming before itJ
toe right to reject any communication. GOVERNMENT INSPECTOR'S the same time do not want to live with less delay than at present Dry Goods Carpets 1YattillEtc

Communication forrmbllimtlon mutt h. written such a frontier life as will deprive The docket of this tribunal is noil ,
r plainly on one side of the paper only,and OPINION. them of the of little
t.hoWL In every cane, be accompanied by the pleasures some more than three years behind, and
writer' name, but and as a adilreM guarantee, not of nurll good faith.for congenial society, 01' churches, t6 wait that length of time for s la.olosn.lo cJ DELoto.ll.Wo .

publication Captain Black, of the United schools, etc: ; nor do they want to decision is almost equivilant 'U' claim to have the Largest Selection in the State. Our prices compare favor-

-- States Engineer Corps, who was live in such a sparsely settled never getting justice, for most ibly with the prices North. Special attention paid to orders and correspondence.
KATESlFKB down this last week expressed neighborhood that it is impossible ,
ADVERTISING way people will prefer to submit to air We keep from the Cheapest to the Best Grade.
YCAX. great surprise at the wonderful'development tO'reach a physician with reason. Injustice rather than bear the sufI
of the Indian River able convenience in of suddenor Describe your wants and the right goods will come.
n
One Inob,.........:...........IO.oo and case pense of waiting four or five ye
Two Inch....','" .:............ 18.00 Lake Worth region. lIe stated serious illness. Our develop for[ a: decision. el.s'
Three Inch.a.......i.....20.00 that when he was here* three years ment has reached a stage which The time is ripe for a I I'I-ohn, :IFh :rcito.grott 4 ds Co.,

............... .... sweep 1
Font Inch,..... 88.00 ago he was compelled to advise the affords our citizens the desirable reformation in the /'e'
Fire Inch,or QuarterCol.,.,.,.., 8000HalfColnmri numerous JACKSONVILLE
Government that the of advantages above mentioned. FLA.
Manyof
,.....:.......'.'...<..' 68.00 commerce of our State, and nothing at /lit//j! ,
't\I\ WholeColumn.u..a..100.00Per I"' this section would not warrant the the communities between Titus time would be more effectivf <
appropriation of large sums in 'improving vine and Lake Worth have church. and \vII d
'Blx Month,divide the yearly rate by two promoting rendering p
and add 10 per cent.. ,1 ,, navigation on Indian River: es, schools, society and physicians, nent the prosperous era upon } ellImoTHE

55 For Three Month, .divide the yearly rate by From his remarks made last Sunday I ts well as stores, stocked ,with almost we are now entering. We fOI n 11 TROPICAL TRUNK LINE.,

four,and VU:20. per cent. we have an idea he has changed everything that could be the: Senator and Represe the B .

S tasty Advertisements, Ton. .Cent Per Line his opinion. lIe claims that the found Jacksonville*' Daily steamers from this district are fully a low f

,leach insertion. steamboat'service on Indian River ply our waters, carrying the the situation, and if their ir'; 1 TOE JACKSONVILLE TAMPA AND KEY WEST

>>* Paid Reading Matter, not in "I/>caI Kew equals that of the St. Johns River, mjiilp, and affording excellent opportunities ous colleagues, at the next P,i "+ SYSTEM
columni, Fire,Cent i'er Line Eacl1ln rtlon. north of Jacksonville and that the 'for shipping our
pro can be made to see the n 'tke d Schedule In Effect NOVEMBER 25, 1890.. Central Standard Time..
legal AdvertlMmenU at Legal Rate traffic Is as large. Lake Worth, ducts, and making travel convenient of enacting such legislatio ck'i 8-

t Alf the above rates .ire for 'one edition per and particularly the place of ,Mr. and comfortable for those have indicated, the "acts" Wo 0011(0 IOITTH READ OWK. STATIONS. GOlKa XORTR READ UP.

week.IV. McCormick, came in for glowing whose business oj inclination will be a bright volume o 0'1 t t .
Bill collected monthly. words of praise from the affable] prompts them to go from one pointto I' 800 pun 100 pm 8 110 amILY..J ACKIIONVILLE.Ar. 11110 pin 1160 am
\ libraries .
during the nex//:. 1 880 pm 2 11I1.m 1020 amlAr. ..8t Al1j1lstlne .LY. 410 I.m 1020 am
and from the he another. All these adjuncts of o 400 1158 .....Palatka........"
Captain acted I'm ::133 840 I
am
be made to t'Oraham way ion and 1'm
1 Check etc.,mil payable : those who fra rUn 557 I'm ......Onn..n.. ...... 84:1: am
A Walton. ,_:we Judge he was loth to leave a higher civilization have. come contents will long be re// the 1 L 820 11111 ".......).I1..t..n.. ...-..1. 112"am,

rff: Merchant and all other to whom we are this section and will find business within the past few years, and life with gratitude by the < loe 1 J t t t t
p 400 pun 1:1:10: : I'm uo am Lv..JArKSOXVU.LE.. Ar. 830 am 1:140:
120
Indebted will oblige tu by presenting their,bill to bring him this way at frequent on Indian River has been divestedof body who performed tlJ c I 1100".. 121" 1128" Ar..GrCovellprlng8..L... 1124. U3IIaw pm 820"pm
lit of month for settlement. of the objections and Inconveniences 800 209'c 10211 ...... 20 1049 "
UM every prompt intervals in the future. many 1120
in able and efficient ) ...... .
an r 11:1: .. au 114:1: 930'" 400 "
n//; ..
which caused ma if 8M 4211 1MI'm.. 5'...... 800 113 "

Address all communications to THE GROWERS VERSUS THE who came here and admired curia, ..Wwu.eror'crettlt'cr.trsnc 9t. ut s 8 S33 I 10 "" 4011I 40T'".. IlM:130 .."............ : "" 788 882 "" 269:114-1 ,""
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climate to turn reluctantly fr t 1437 .Palatka..4: 752: I'
all sold, nnd it lion brought to the farmers f6311 "... "
EAST COAST ADVOCATE FREIGHT COMBINE. its charms rather I than submit' at least 150000. Prices ranged from 20 f8M .54....... 1130 1130 IIII
I'LORm4. 43 cents aud to be 552: h :246 5' .. ... M I'm 615 1:110: '"
to
TiTciviLLE the hardships a residence here) cent they promUa 827 3211 .. ".... .. II
T.o.nox,222. .' Just now the is volved. i much better next year. The tobacco now t 810 .". 11.111 "....,. 00 800 1120 am"
grower 820.
orange has a fixed price and many farmers will 11 8M !f10 'a "........Taml.a.....:. 1M .. sl5"ti .:
indignant against the action of the What we have said, is to nest extensive scale, tho fll" am h,... Fort Meade..,..." $438 "
A. M.Indian tarn almost plant year on an tI030" II..I'unta lor.la...." tIlOI"I : .
great, transportation companieswho extent, true of farms all being equipped with substantial -I t .
1 have combined to charge ex- portion of the State, and no\alii barns, and iu two years the tobacco crop JXI :111: I'm.. 10011I am LY....... Palatka...... Ar 1110 I'm 10 3S am

River Lodge, No. 00, Freo and horbitant.rates for 'the haul from the development which has will bring to this county an amount of ii dl: 2M 330 1120 1156 pus" Ar..lnterl..chen"N.Lv".... Hawthorne ....." 364 430 "" 8M 8111""
hold their ..
Accepted the Mason, before Full meetings Moon Jacksonville to New York. And about! as a natural resillt of money that'wilfbe startling. tb 3M .". 1220 ...... ...Rochelle......." 330 11M ,"
on FRIDAY on or TIll IlM: .... nai"eevllle..5' .I' '
at 7:30: p. n1., In Masonlo Hall, in tho Indian with good cause. It is proposedto gratlon and the individual to Tho annual report of tho chief of the ej< 4119 102 4 5'.... Orange, Lake.....". ::2 2s0 4a 1 743 48 "" '
bureau of steam engineering, which has 11M II 211:1: 5'........tlcala ......... 1M "
building Titus line 700
,River State Bank start an independent in the of those who have adopt'f-- O ..
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130 3a K h 'S...... Lee.hl1rjt.....
: ; been made public dismisses the Pcn- 1200: am 1130 5'
llIe. interests of the and it is State as their home 10 just 1 TBan 11M "Pewlwrt4m..I' ..
1040
growers, ..
: sunny
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invitedr.0 eacola with the following! ....
yard Te46
026 .
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VI.ltlnltbrethren aro cordially navy / .lIrookAvllle. "
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attend. believed the combine can be broken. hooves our lawmakers tosuch ;j'Ir '2fo work bus been done here, except the al, 11011 .. ... .......EI18t1........ 16411 84/1 "
11211 "...... ..... ..
have doubts of the will j m .Tavare8. ; 1030
S. IT., RAT, Secretary.I' But we grave legislation as resu care of the plant. Expenditures (nothing c :
JOSEPH MKNDKLL: W.'M. success of such a movement. If system of laws in keeping we for ships) hate been ns follows: Civil es ?tit Dall;. }Daily except 8unllaY8. 'Snnday onl,.. Train leaving Jacksouvllle 8:30 a m an4 PaJatatllO .
the line can run two steamers per progress which has been mre tablishment, i fOU\\).tl8; superintendence : :: p m daily between Jackllouvllle and(JlJIfIlt.TIOJ Palatka.: ( .

week from Jacksonville, with a other respects a $1,000 carelna Brit Jackionyllle with diverging lines North East and We.t. At Orange! City; Junction for
repair of shop too!, $1,000.81 ; &nfonl, City, IImyma and rake Helen a'Jupiter with J. &; L.Vf.Railway for Lake
carrying capacity of ten thousand The tax laws-by this wall running, firing and repairing of yard engines oHh South witb Florida O. Railway Hallway for for Oakhtnj Winter Tarpon Springs' Clearwater and Gulf Coin points Van"

boxes each, it would take sixteen the whole system of t\ sesij < and boilers, $4-10.51 ; care and repair t'r''ne for Key West.ilavana,1Iohlle and for lark Manatee Maitland I River prints etc.; at; at Tampa Punta with Oorda Plant with Steamship steamers. .

weeks to move 320,000 boxes, ,or collection and redemption,, of yard steam! jn nche about one sixth of the crop which be re-modeled. It will be th tal. $i.' '' "' I I.tatlon at UIII'.without change, .. Sleeping Can on through fast mail train daily between" New York and
Wwork ns! been no ::r For Information,catIon or adlres.lII. E.GBPBKB,agent.Titn.vllle. Fla.
remains for the next legislature to Key
unshipped. By taking pRto
1. kcept the a\Jacksonvllle'Ia.\ (J. j,. ACKERLT, O. P. A.
away one sixth of the traffic, the tinker at the old law as r : t und
i ma-
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combine would suffer very little legislature has done for the!, preserveiliurvt r .

injury, for if they haul only three. twenty years and leave ijt y Mr. -J York, su- INDIAN RIVER STEAMBOAT COMPANY .

fourths of the crop they will' re- than ever. But instead of thoj perlntenaccent railroad),

ceive as much money as if they tinuous experimental legislatU (pn I I of Urooks- 1,
1 had hauled it all at tho old rate. the subject which has been ville, up f..aiaid iala and the

Much as we'would like to bespeak rule with past legislatures re* phosphft' I a visit II\: "- 8a
the :
., success for the Independent line, ing i in such a perplexed,. corn, eral of the di n j I--- it might output not

and while we believe it will more system that our best lawyers, pay till IbraufU up 3t' t k

than pay expenses, yet we cannot* In attempting to interpret the throughCitra irnando aDd

see how it is going to perform its tent of the numerous, appar t. on outletthrongh 1 SSDEPARTURE

.t object, which is.to break the combine contradictory, statutes on the j burg on the
lines in the
For Senator: and help the shipper. Ject. Would it not be bettej\ gulf fgrcountlo* ---J (Is a beaoyy & ARRIVAL OF STEAMERS.

wipe out' the entire, present syq ctockh6 I Co. In the t\urne Steamers leave TlTU'VILLll: daily, exceP*.Sunday.at C.-OO a. m., arriving at Jlel-

WM CALL THE PEOPLE'S FBIEHD, RENTAL OF CITY PROPERTY.If and adopt bodily that in vogu 1 -. I milking hU .0Returning at 1 p. m.
annual leave Melbourne at 1
seine of the more progressive Sic !; litl) the deli p.m., arriving at Titusville about 8 p. in.Saturdays .

the $500. per annum paid by where it has passed beyond'1 Velopimdeems't nterests ho bl..eave Mzuioru: : i E Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays at 1 p. JI1., arriving atpipiter
THE: Rbad Law passed by the the 'Indian River Steamboat Co., experimental stage/: and has g''' .--"--=- ragdngnd: at 8 a. Ill. next morning

Fast legislature is so expensive in for the use of a part of Broad satisfaction? Thousands of .0( Flori like mate there has are go piYlng-Returnlng at Melbourne leave JUPITER at 7 a. Tuesdays m. next morning, Thursdays and at 12 noon.

its provisions that nearly all :the street which is collected by the J., eels of land are sold in each co'> grow wond --1 lit. The St. Lucie leaves Titusville about 030: Monday

"money raised for road purposes T.. & K. W. R'y Co., without any every year as "unknown, d .. dge and Melbourne on the direct run to Jupiter; on mornings her return, calling trip. at Rock- .
na. used in paying the Rqad Commissioners authority went t8 its proper place, the railway companies whore Thcj < Phosphate ae comes right through to Titusville, arriving here about 18 a. m. Sunday.Saturdays,

their. mileage and per the town treasury it would go a reived large grants of land 1 tD com pan E:: and salted )1 W. B. WATSON
clfem. Let the management of our long way toward paying for the the State let their prop down t phosphateland : ._ Supt.

county roads be under control of many contemplated town improve sell at every tax sale asserting tl min' SuwanneeSuwanuee iituuted }

I file Board of County Commission ments. It, would pay for all the it Is cheaper to have a tax sale I and z U EAST COAST TRANSPORTATION COMPANY.

eraThe latter body meets every electric lights the town will requireto aside than it is to pay taxes wh: andBuL I xPert pro. ;
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month to consider other important light the streets. It would there is a large amount of propel \ nounco iTlniTsip iii Hwff. richest deposit t tt+

questions and by prolonging their maintain 'an excellent city wharf involved ; and on the other hat, iu the world. Twenty thousand dollar
session few hours consider was paid and lost on the fame in option, I
a can and invite commerce to the town. many an honest non-resident aft el (
Iompany. |
road matters Just as well as a h It I hen h wu t'SrtDM1 by the Blue River .
special Jt would build a good calaboose or making every effort to pay 'It III the' bigrgest: trade laj I
board charged with road .matters jail. It would put the streets in taxes without success finds hi. bosphate annals, and at the lowest tsti-l I '

alone, and without any additional good condition and border them land has been sold and a tax tit b ate ita value U put dunn at 10,000-{ j. '

i cost in the way of mileage. with shade trees. It would help against it which cannot be set ash il ., I I IJ -

to provide fire protection. It without heavy expense. :From th I
J 'Albfrtuf -VoJbt Is about eonsummatiujj I
would Ptart, tho contemplated improvement condition of affairs it will be rea ARRIVAL AND DEPAKTrBE OF THE STEAMER '
REMEMBER the J., T. & K, W. L big sale of phosphate land to New 8WECNEV
system are in no wise responsible qf the river front. It fly seen that there is ample SCO)1 i>t fork parties for f000,000 cash. I Goixo S.OVTII-The Sweeney leave TiTCsyiLLE about ISO p. In. !

for the construction of the heated wQuld put the town park in. splendid for reform in Florida -methods i o The tide in rising, and Marion county I Goisu XOUTU-Leaves Titusville about 11 a. m. "

dock of the O. S. S. Co., in New condition. There are. a score of assessing and collecting taxes, a rat iu the full arrest, Banker John F. ,, The steamer J. W. S'I\'eeney1liU leave XEW SMTUNA every Monday,WedneSday

York and have exclusive control ways,in which. it could beused to making proper provisions for ei II man ha r'otoxl! ,and tl twle Mariou of 40,000 counties aytc for of ;tGp.1n.ld FrIday at 7 a. m.. atop at aU Intermediate points.. and arrive at Roc1u.EooIII
In
aCthe Their claim of advantage.. If it were a private forcing the 'lien for delinquei 11 and Levi ,
same. superior IOOOPot caih. The lands sold are a. Returning leave Roc1cLEDGE every Tues day
facilities over the E. C. T, <;0., party who was entitled' to the rental taxes. The laws governing tl h fl l Aion uf Mr. Dunn fist spring jmrchamt ; 'lid arrive at New fmyrna at 5 p. m. ThuMay and Saturday at.' a. "

lathis respect are abcurd. Competition which the railway company appropriates subject referred to are not less e .of 73,000 urn*.. CONNECTIONS

_ with such bland assurance, fectjve than those which contr, With A. .t
'between qui two steamboat : W.n. n. at New Sm1'1l3, for *" points north vIa
lines ends at Jacksonville and instead of the town we are of the other important matters of gener a !Iver Line, and Clydes' Steamship LIne. Clldea St. Johns, ,

Justice were done and the Railroad opinion that he would'endeavor to interest. ENCOURAGING REPORTS I The merchants and shippers <>** Indian River, 1iho wish to patronize this*line
Commissioners mandate heeded assert his rights; and we don't.be. The laws governing the collec OJ'rail : .m please advise their consignor to mark their goods Via Clyde Line -of
tcGABDisa Tint eoswnoi STOCK .. of W and care ,.
E. C. T. Co.
it would end at Titusville. Our lieve the town can afford to let the ion of debts are complicated an aiJICUU 1:1 TEYAL,: : I.j hf ; R" or Via Clyde LIne care of E. C. T. Co., Bllle Spring,.

shippers can choose whichever matter remain unnoticed, any more expensive ; so much so that con ,.J R. P. P PADDISOX a, p ADD

route they prefer for their fruit than a private individual could. mercial credit in this State is at .W. 13,. Sl.kkneJ..j : ill1 a!r!l1t "t th., General Manager .. Genf %&. rau. ,Agt' .

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marshes and other caattes. Now Jupiter.Special J. E. ENDER & CO., Pro cf:1siounl: Cut' e. NaU1Uan'. I

file is not only bearable, put enjoyable, \ ,.t:
from a very simple source the taking "''AtohmAlr: .orf3 TL.. GAULDEN, '
Advantage of'one of nature's own cures [ to ttieAtlroc l If rfo 1101 Mid onnetret '
rtfprmtbte'jvr &y planting the e trees in numbers their Doe. 4th. ( JEWELERS, A ATTORNEY' T-L.\, ,

t aptnmnt+w/ew'eor.esponderds.n roots have drained the Mil, and by some The'town I is flourishing; town lots on TitUHville, Fla. TtTfSVlLtK FLA. Subscription Agency.i; :

.. elaborate process have absorbed the contagious tire )amp; and several new .ettlers In r JAS. T. SANDERS, .
A :Earnest Plea. effluvia and the leave give out prospect. Repairing of Fine and Complicate] THE PIONEER AGENCY. .;

the balsamic odors so healthful'- to Tile heavy rains recently did much Watches; netting of Diamonds and other ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, .< 'Ii, ;,

East ('oIIJItdl'odatt: breathe. good, 'though the wind was' entirely *u.pe11tOll Precious Alligator Stoned.and Hog Tusks Carved and Judicial Will praetlrc Circuit In of nit Florida.the('(.urta of the Seventh For terms and sample copies address t'

Mounted for cane-heads, brooches, etc. r.o.BOX,IBS. mrsviM.R, FLA. CHAS. II. NAUMAN,TiTUsviU-K 1'. 0.,
Sias--rleaseinsert the following ''Inyour ; Eau Gallle. 'Col. Ed. Miller is now a fixture, much Shell Jewelry made. Money to Loan. I Brevard county, Fla. 1
In S. IL
next issue, vi*: Your correspondent I Ray's new building, opposite .
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to the of dears and 1 I
regret up-river ; i comer from Postoffiee.- KROKOR: M. Itonnix AVALTKK 8(JHAHAMJ .
from.Palm Beach ("Mr. Wayback") night add the real Jupiter deer. Prompt attention to all orders by mall J'OBBINS A GRAHAM J. M. Sanders Co., '
is writing too much of the private affaire Almost cold enough for frost. or olherwlrte. 21nov
Gov. Gleason was In town this week Dealers in s
of the band. We are all nice young-gen i Ducks are wry ,}>lent>iful in our little looking after his town let, and will locate ATTORNEYS-AT-LAVT,

tlemen, And we do not like Jio( Lave our river. ( one for the church and school Eau Gallic Meat Market. TiTV vii.tK, Drevanl Co., FloiKU.P. DRY GOODS NOTIONS
In such 'elegannhape .(1.flux,3M.
nslrie8s'"givwn away" Mr. IZ. 1'. BUtcli-iA/preparing his land hou. e. I IWlIIl'racUce ,

as he does it. We Stave n very for bean-planting, next month. Cnptaln Amour has planted several! ,Circuit and In In the all Supreme UerollnU""ofh.'evtlnth('..111'&. Hiieclal farllltlc CROCKERY,
liard time In our checbwd >career, for KxamlnlnK and rfentlnR lend SADDLERY,
Carpenters are In grant demand. Con- thousand tomato plant, and Is now All THlii '('Cornwiwnilent-o\ nollnlted (tout Claim '
(checks- ., email and fft.r1>etween, but kinds of fresh Meat until and theirs to Spanish Iranti, STATIONERY,
tractor HigKins has sent north for men: working his beans, having planted threeor
we got two ten dollar ones on the 15th.) Money to Loan. J FAMILY MEDICINES* h
What (loc lt mat:cr if thane.is "no "cpi. Quite a lot of oranges were shipped. four bushels. and Vegetables, GARDEN1 SEEDS. ; _

,dimlck" on Lake Worth, aDd it Uspread- this week from thegrove of )Ir. II us.- Among the many arrivals on the St.Lucle M. C1IOICK GHOCEHIKS,
D. L. DODSOX
log to:Ute band boys i Surely the trom- ton.Mr. recently wore MI'II. Horsey and) Ice, etc., for Sale. DR., //CSSi HAY, CORN, MAPES' FERTILIZERS,

bonteb\ \'and treasurer are net to Woine for J. L. IlarriHwn Informs us dust Mrs. Lorlmicr and daughter-all downto FAMILY ORDERS SOLICITED AND FINE PATENT FLOUR

likingvtd take: care of tiro '''elHJ ren.'' he will build airmldrnce ,on .his Kai see the sights. PROMPTLY ATTEMJED TO. SPECIALIST IX OPERATIVE, SURGICAL Ooooci, 37'lorlca.o. 1

'They-areanly obeying theold Injunction Gallic River property very shortly. There In a good chance here for a man )lECIIA IC.\r. DENTISTRY,

'"loveono another," or.JliI.t daft; they Mr. Win. KoesoJi Jttill continues ahlf'- to start the saw-null again., An exhaust; o. J. YOUNG, .

both have an amorous feeling ifor the plug' egg-plants ant is. getting good .returns less quantity of cypress and other timber _j!' Mnuntror.CEO. ; TITU8VILLK, FLOIU1U.T C. J. IIJECTOR,

same gWS. Mr. "WaybacK" bad better for them. clone at hand. Only a few 'dollars required ALTREE \W. B. L. WILLS, Dealer In General

turn ids attention to the Lake Worth Capt. Cary's steam yacht, '"XyaDia'was and a fortune in sight. .

Courting Co., (limited) .its we have no launched this'week. She looks well BROKER AND COMMISSION ,AGENT PHYSICIAN SURGEON, 1ltorohand.:1sellclbourul'

how when they are '&r UJll.: lie must with her new coat of paint.Mr. 'Tlirmks. 'ri A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania 11\. Ra
tUAville Fin.
bu "Wayback" behind the times(I fan- and an experience of twenty;
in the Chas. Converse was in town this! The sUbRCri1lCrstk'e this method to I Agent for Pianos; and Organs; Florida years In pra'tlcloffers his services to -
the chestnut"Belles"
cy distance.I hear week bringing a .lot of provisions iron return their sincere thanks to the individual Brick and Limo; New l'nlCcss GaHolln the citizens of Titusville' and vicinity. Hats Shoes Clothing Dry Goods '
) our merchant Mr II. R. Olmstead. Stove that= runiKit explode. i OFFICE: OVEU J. w. HOOKUS co. ,
hold toward him and donors of articles sent in a box .. Will at all times handle '
We no ill-feeling (' Just Arrived. Splendid Goods.
don't-CaJ'o what he writes, but'it makesus Capita O. Walton has a fine lot of from Ostccn, as Thanksgiving' present. Ion of New and bucond: Hand Furniture. LA RUE P ELY 1F

"feel real bad" to have to close up beans and tomatoes which\ will be ready; Also to the generous giver of a nice, fat, In fact will get anything to supply the OILS, PAINTS HARDWARE, LEAD,

our meetings to outsiders, as there is no for the Christmas market. live turkey.. To say that we, wife and I, wants of the Peoplo.Tradesmen's JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 17m DIST DRUGS, GROCERIES, GRAIN

amusement unless they are present. Roads I Tea, wo want roads, so dlia appreciate this kindness docs not ex- Will sell on Commission Soiled by private Disposed treatyor of. Notary lubllo and llnlliler/ fur the of State over t an at years'Larxe.Contra..tur .expo Of all kinds; and In fact a full line*of '

OM most highly respected Mr. --"Way we can show visitors round; we cannot the pres our deep things senm icontatned of thankfulness in that for Public Auction, anything you wantto rlcnue. Natural Fliilub II HiocUlty.MELBOUnXK| everything. Call ahd examine. 11 .

back,'" we beseech you not to write anymore expect them to walk through/ the scrub Thanksgiving many box. God Mess the kind 'Cash turn Into advanced money.on Goods, for abso-, ___-.- !.FLA.. .___._. i 1s

about us, for if you do, we will Mr. Will: .Wilson has been down for: friends who thus contributed to our lute sale.HODGES. William: Fu.'toh, ar. "w. Rogers,

all have to sleep on.the lawn at.the "110- several days looking after hU young| larder. ,A. D. Conrc.JULIA Dl'aYlnr1.11. DEALER IN CLOTHING,

tel a la Dimlque." nursery and .fixing up the plies In C. COIIKX. IfrtuliiiR done at reasonable rates. Attends Gents. Goods Shoes '
6OblTERHSTD). generalNo & GODFREY nil departing, and meets all arrlv Furnishing Hats
THE TRAVELERS lug tnilru. Caps Umbrellas Trunks Yallses
move has been made toward Manufacturers of Orders left with O. B. Rumph or at ,
The Eucalyptus. making that road along the river front I ADVocATE office will receive prompt FINE CIGARS, Etc

Wake; up, citizens! this is fine.cool Jacksonville, Florida : Yellow Pine Lumber attention. The only house In town making! a specialty
of Ucntn. Furnishing Goods.
weather for woKHng. ,
East Coast Adrocatt: IIOVOII DltESSKIl: A. Frosoho1., Drop in and examine my stock, and
Our artesian well man, Mr. John Me The Travelers, comer Bay and Cedar Orange Ho* II....'., TITUSVILLE, FLA., compare price Cash customers commaml .
Sifta-For the benefit ef your numerous AJhlster la at work building lighter to< streets, Jacksonville, Kla. A new brick Fruit Vegetable Crates Keeps a full supply of Metallic and every consideration competitor
agricultural readers please print the carry lib steam engine and well appuratua. hotel, nearest to all railroad stations and Lumber delivered of laillr.ic.at any part Anyone of Indian rnntamplat RIveron Wooden claim to confer. .

following. IildAN RIVKK.la Mac thinks of using steam steamboat landings. E pf'clallyltapt.clt i InK butilinR on the luwt Coanir,would do well Ui Collins CONCH and Cn kct*. Call when convenient. First 'door
to transient busInoRH. Elegantly furnished write for tirlreii. Tin sawmill.//t+uted on the '
most diseases fever acts a prominent power in his lighter and not have tde.pend < rooms,'single or en ",ih'. _Table i J..T.A K. W.Ity.II adios couth falatka. tiers Funerals attended If desired. All or south of AOVOOATK office
part and If careful statistics could ; on the wind. as good as the boHt. This hotel was built, Ants.t Cocoa,t:. fitlllngj Eau Oalllo,Eugene promptly executed, and at reasonable .
rates.
be made of the actual exciting cause, no the last furnished and operated as a ftf.OO a day emo.s Embalming dons 2 DIXON & GRAY
During gale Saturday Capt. house; rates are now reduced to >2.00 a Snteunm Illghtft, Putnan co., Flu ,
matter what form the effects take, in I George G. GlolUl n's steam yacht, -"Ra day, while the service is better than ever. P. jrCONTRACTOR. TT' .LL, healers ht. b t

more than half malaria would be found; mono," parted her cable and drifted Breakfast from 0 to 0; lunch from lU'W & BUILDER Drugs Chemicals Perfumery Toilet
perhaps inhaled from sewers, foul odors ashore but fortunately sustained very; to 2:30; dinner from 650 to 7:30.: This EDEN ,

and gasses, marshes, etc., but still in the little damage. Capt. George will have is regular the only meals hotel at in these Jacksonville hours. All serving others TituHvlllo, Fla. Articles, Fins Soaps, Stationery, .

blood. Surely then any remedy that her launched In a few days, when he are at least one hour later. Use the Estimates furnished on application. JEWELRY,
cquld purify our surroundings should be expeo ts to make a trip to .Jupiter with Travelers omnibus, the tickets save :23 Correspondence and patronage solid t6,1. SPECTACLES ,ftSEWING

heartily welcomed, says the ScientificAmerican. a parity of friends and enjoy a weeks cents on each person each way. PINEAPPLE ____ Hmo MACHINES
Guns Pistols Sewing Machine and
mntln and fishing.Melbourne. 1\2:. 33. Xtxutxcioll.BRICKLAYER ) ;
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Burton K. Barrs Machinery Repaired. Watches Clock '
I believe that in the trees of the eucalyptus a
and Jewelry Specialty 'p, ,
a'relief be found for 10 Proprietor. &
family mar Election. PLASTERER
PLANTATION. School Books and School Supplies,
the malaria so prevalent in some partsof SubNorlptlons taken at publisher's prices /

every state in the union. Australia PAXTON.MATTOX&COCLINCH : Titusvillo, Fla. for Newspapers, Book, Magazines, etc.
election held Melbourne I
is the principal home of the eucalyptus, The inuncipal at T. ;33. Riohnrds, Work contracted for on any part of Proscriptions carefully! compounded at
where it forma 00 per cemt of the forest tin December 2nd,passed without Indian River. maJoo any time, day or night. > ','fl,
trees. All have gummy secretions, and much ex'citement, several voters being HAVEN GA. Eden, Indian Riyer, Florida. $

from the varied tints of thefollage go by away on business and others negloctingto McAllister Drugs '
the red white register* till too late. Carried a light! r ,
local names of blue, or We have arranged with the INDIAN KNOX the Painter '
Tb following officers were elect- '
vote. e
gum trees. From the peculiar bark of RIVER LUMBER CO., of Titusville, S Contractor for Patent Medicines,
many they are also called, "stringy bark ed. Mayor, Chas. II. Stewart; Alder- Fla., to handle our Lumber Will do any and ALL KINDS of PAINTING I

trees."' To us moderns, our knowledgeof men, C. J.'. Hector, W. J. Nasbltt, S. F. We have Two Million Feet of Seasoned I such as House and Sign Work ; Artesian Wells Elegant Perfumery and Toilet Articles

then only extends to the discovery ot Gibbs; Cleric and Treasurer, L. D. Lock- Lumber in stock, and cut Half a Milliona i Graining In DUtemper or Oil I fI, ,

wood All essor,.J. B. Beach; Marshal month. { Kept constantly on hand at .
;
New Holland, the former name of the Colors; Paper Hanging or 1J:! 141 Kau Gallic .
size Fin.
We
and Collector Frank Stranahan. Alder- can supply any or quality'ofonr
great continent, but geologist give thema Famous Yellow Pine Lumber,known Stencil Work, Antique pddmoTr
hold until J. B. Screven'DHUO
and H.
men L. P. E\y F. Eee
very respectable antiquity as they are to the trade, in any. quantity, at short and MoHoio Glass
said to have had representatives In.early next election. We believe Di Stewart h notice. 14 Stain. M. DOBSON & COMPY. STOHE. .' .
Eocone times. the youngest mayor in the land, being Special attention to Natural Wood s

Up to 1870 one of the most fever only a little over-twenty-three: years of I Finish. Also the latest Newspapers, Period-
I All articles of Furniture made to look Wilmington N C
a e. ( calm, etc 2 ,
stricken countries of the world was the uEvLct5 CE as well as new. Estimate and work ,

ifaremma, the Roman Campagna, where done anywhere' on Indian River. Make a Specialty of
the neglect of ages had'allowd stagnant 01) Office on the ladder TiTViviLLE:, FLA. Indian River r

marshes to form In.what was once a well Cd IJ oS a w. K. K OX. u Florida Oranges. '

populated, healthy district, till it could c1W 0
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only be fhhabited a small part of the ll0 I FOR i.
Consignments solicited. Satisfaction
year. At that time large plantations of ] P-l MILLS IMIES State Bank
Guaranteed and Returns
the eucalyptus were made and the Trappist hk .t 49. Z I Wines Spirits Prompt I
Made 0-2mo
have a large establishment there 4
:s:30
where they live all the year round, fever r--;:: -=:: a Titusville, Florida.

being almost eradicated. They use the Ew a =- zs U ti W. N. HENDRY i' -
i :Beers IVCOBI-OBATICO UNDER TUB LAW Or
wood for their buildings and say it is 8. ,
= o V Dealer In TUB SrATK or FLOUIDA.
the best and strongest they can procure.In c.::> oS u'i CINCINNATIQuIckMt. CIGARS ETC. Authorized Capital,'. 1100,000

Nice, Mentone, Corsica, the South of == h t:3: Falaoa General Merchandise Paid-up Capital . .. .. .. tll..OOQ:
s & Sleeping
France!, Egypt, Sierra Leone, Natal Tahiti ::: .; T = Can tawlhout change IIUIJ|ijng direct OP THE FINEST QUALITY, ,
etc., where they have been extensively ounacetlua A 0..1' n..c itualne.a Tr.te4,
fevers fast :z: eo! to CO TO DRY GOODS
planted, are disappear "SS&B ST. LOUIS 1
.ex: :J JAMK PBITCIIABD, President: .
ing. Over a million trees have been 0 "'="' 1J..o -: cD .... and the WEST and with Through car.lloM lot Losloy & Rcnnkor. NOTIONS, VT B. BAKSETT: ; Vlco-ITesident s'

planted in Algeria and their sanitary in- _,.... 'Iot8-= B5. CHICAGO "jiOhTH-WEST W. )f. BBOWJT Cashier? *
marked.' Wherever -' : := Families Supplied. STATIONERY, James WV ",L.
fluence has been most tococ ", also with tbrahgh ear Directors: Pritehard D. .'
ti :a DETROITBUFFALO Barnett J. II. Dutkee, W. 8. Grakam.". ,
they have been planted in compact "' g,9 line. Lax Choice Groceries
lxa _.r_ 0q9 "d rutau 1n Ca.ada and W. M. Brown. X
masses, there Intermittent fevers are and the Fact. WILL DISPUTE IT ? .
a; WHO ...., ";
greatly diminkhed and much marshy ;d A v If Only one change at can 31 IMS, F&A. 8. Leery r rur llauklu c..J. KiUtuUd.Correspondents : with C. HMr*attve"... .

land reclaimed. They have been very w :' OI) g M.rldwn.NEW ORLEANS, i Seaboard National
a 'V' SAXX'JL'JLX
largely cultivated in some districts In =:::3 QS o "CI r1sC Jacluoa, Vkkiburg,alms In Life Insurance I fa no longer an experiment T. Bank, New York; National Bank ot"facluonvllk ;

India, and the inspector of forests writes : Ao TEXAS WEST- but a provision *hlcb no sensible Drayman, *. .
c:,;) will neglect From It he U always I
that of their the \I' a Pauenecn via. tUne an afforded aa excellent man Will attend to all kind of Hauling,
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of Luukuat Mountain and Minunniiug '
wood hi very valuable and at ten yean ::: 5 o .. llUluric--' investing in the promptly,cheaply and expeditiously. THE ADVOCATE

ota a. tree 1a worth 20. In Californiathe tCI.s; -/, Mutual Life Insurance Cot Will !deliver baggage for passengers
eucalyptus has been planted with .= =:; arriving departing on train or Uaintoata. -
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gehte"rnaattef Hatted Mm Trf mo tfid..and are, expected* to beh.vthefnsotres : i 1onn. armed snob pteHy l4nsio
ACCIDKNT9 AND INCIDRVTaKVEUYDAY OP the wrist t. | 1 Ann a fou.a, e o the7mlRtress. of a household i Straatsel come ) )
LIFE. dltl1blod\hlm( CJll"'sr. ilM8eaWJ'k ,without Jnnctt-furthet attca.. practical, merely I th:nk piece'Was'ihfe brtt 'of
> time. tlon from mother ot nurse. The nurses a thoroughly lid lol." much as
A'r'a recent meeting at'the'.Zoological fan tho street(goncrally: arryahrf'table The chief .all Indians superficial kowl much expense t.t l i Yankee I lokrf.; i! remain i

Queer Episodes: and Thrilling Advenvtures.Whlch. Society ,the hhotograph a peculiar; tled'td( arms on av pillow" and they are living sloog the strrnmsj of the '1'acifico be saved which'have b. purchasing' novelty I m'lesl-t reconv .national air for some timety come, in the
form of. -bird' ; It with ', fHbbobs *t the .Almoiflha fWarm i ails ; only_ ,(
Show that" Truth is nest was Exhibited( by, pink. lying aslittle f &. face of such con..1 ingevdenceiinneaproltf' ( -
,. s Professor Flower. Tho neat WM that of 'still amt motionless as.It they were rivi fl''ntlOs thousand err mendthem. ) -, .!
uk Op
6raa Victloa.Is l "
.\01 t. I a hornbill from SouthTAfricA, which bird nrommics. They cannot kick'* rus! taught 11 numerous ways AnKdrled [ 'r ,
''tir.ru'r; another shark Mory," said lays itsegg in a hold In a tree trunk. their arms, and evidently ore not allowed for use. Ours of the Art of the Taior., What Lies.
Joan Rccco to a Philadelphia Inquirer After the female bird ha* begun to sit to know during their pulling days what methods is that used by th, wintivps. living +> f. r I I Beyond \
tuan. "You remember that Captain her companion walls her in by filling up their' legs' ttnd arms are intended for. along the Quihlkrilt Hvcr\ beautiful "So two men, even of exact height i / "
Cork r, of tho ill-fated; steamship Suez, the aperture In tho tree with c.lay, leav-, Wo don't think our babies would stand I itresm Mowing ito the Pacific from the and 1t'igb"said a prominent New York Way land; Hoy ;epeaul story,which hat
took pasjiiM for. England! bus the P.' find fngasmall opening, tliroughwklch ho it, us we observe that German la&ics Olympic mountains in Washington. taior day, "can wear the same come down from century of
to her when Hhey come to America don't Tills device is an improvement And bo fit If the measufCinent the saint.
't 0. Rtfiatasaip Sassctta. Well, Captain passes ,a_daily supply of food. at; upon clothe Philip Nerif
Corkey, -while on tho Red Sea, expired. IN ah Austrian tempt to practise any such tyranny on their more crde appliances made possibly were exactly the same, which It never Is, ,A young man, a student in a famous
I outlying suburb of tho tholr babies.- [NewYork by their acquisition of the couldn't do If. Why! Now Idon'tknow. Italian University running to him
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On the next day the body w at committed\ capital, thero vas : Worldj t knowledg they n
recently a gathering and inventions of tho fact.
White found it to be a
have
to the diEon id true orthocioi stylo. The :'of married But I one day with joyous face to tell him of
for the
licit TfldfTnog tho lookout forward called who couples purpose of consists of, a weir built across tho stream The measurement for a pair of trousers!, his and aims of life. Ho had en
tho attention of the'officer of the-watch seeing/ of would dispose( of the greatest : SUE BUNS'.ut: 8NG1'N..- la prevent tho salmon from ascending, for instance, might be exactly the same, hop school because of its wide
quantity within
plum tart stated
to tho fact that'a huge IIJlark, was! jammed period. No fewer than 4,030 a tarts ana a trap for catching portion of the yet one man will have to 1 allowed from reputation, and would spare no pains to
plum Immense numbers thus IB the
in betweea tho bobstay thick and the Jiad been made and baked for this interesting Miss De Barr's Trade it an Unusual the obstruction. The weir collected is blow and to' three In'hcl lre The length who Is get through his! studies as soon aossble.
by the other. man
legs than
.f stem Investigation showed that the experiment, the for tho One For a Woman "
prlzo driving posts about six [inches into fat and the man who
square naturally stout or said ho "when
dr. which ovor'thirty feet
mon
was
long male coniiMHltorn of considerable "Wel" !alnt yon
being
/ a pipe I the bed 6f river the and '
look
There across, streamat fat .late In life
'la are few thl has may
was almost cut in two. The stem had value, and for the women an'expensive petticoat mglnecrs in intervals grown through cle o study
six
+ struck him just below 'the gills/ and pure! inlaid with gold. the country. Miss' Annie De Barr, of abut feet, and bracing even measure actually alike but the same what do you mean to dot"
\vhilo his head protruded on the starboard Chicago, is probably the only ono. She them rm below and then tut of cloth wilt never fit both. Herein "Then I shall take my doctor's de
side hid boil/ bid: slewed in under AN amusing) complaint! has come before I is! a tall, slender woman, with light eyes setting in cross pieces about three inches lies the great art of tailoring. The vari gree.".
the port bow. The sharp iron stem had an English;: local board. A chimneysweeper and delicate hands, but she can run a square 01 the top and bottom, thus formIng aticnl in the construction of the human ":\nd then! "
<*\ut into the creature to the depth of complained that people in the stationary engine for keeps Four years supports for the wicker work, which boy are marvellous. Now, the man who "Then I shall have a number ot difficult
nearly a foot and all efforts t8 get it town deprived him of a living b/sweep. ngosho began her rare occupation in tho cnli"tlof frames about 2x6 feet in size, left-he is a minister of the GOBpl questions! to and shall catch
clear were unavailing.! Captain Harry nt Ing their own chimneys. Their method White Swan Laundry, on Clark street willow poles about two inches He must have clothes! to .fit him people's notice by manag and my
last ordered too vessel full speed intern, was! to get uj early and got fire to their She was then twenty-ono >cars! old. Here in diameter, upon which I is! woven a .network his'i' business His arm }pits shoulder acuteness, and gain a great reputation."
and that sent the man-eater adrift. himneys.[ :As complainant paid a iho' IIho..elled'coal in tho furnace and of willow branches with meshes of blades!,and arms do not correspond with ".\nd then"
+ There are many theories to account for license, ho considered the board oughtnot blew the squawking tle with all the sufficient size water thrlghwithout those of any other man;; nor does tho "Why, then thero can be no questionbut
its getting foul of tho vessel, ,the, most to allow this kind .of thing to con. gusto of a man In a greasy jumper. Few interruption and the fame time right side correspond with'tho left. He I shall be promoted to Somo highoffice
natural 61 which Is that it \> tinue. The board promised to consider persons knew that tho, engine in the small enough to detain the salmon below. probably gCtull a good deal with his! and shall make
M ,
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asleep ..... .. ___ The river at th point is from moneYO grow
# the surface When struck by tho stem of, tho complaint. .iMHitmntit_n .------. wns twin,".*, "ou..n.* .n.i K"y s two to hand He doesn't know that that rich..
tho swiftly moving steamer. There were I A WOMAX was! nt the depot at Decatur, an, for tho employees had been sworn to four feet feet deep and the weir is from six': rigt I fully an inch longer than the ".\nd then"
to
those nmong tho crew, however, who 111., tho other day who was on her way (secrecy and Miss De Harr aid not talk built fight In sections high.when The there net work i other This structural difference In men "Then I shall be comfortably'nnd honorably
held that the ghoul had been prowling ] to .Nebraska. She hud seventeen children about her work, for she Is a modest so are no is more general than you would Im- situated with wealth and dig
j around the vessel( in hopes of making u t with her.. She had been married creature and opposed to notoriety. ruuning taken no fisherman nnd stored at work they ran agine."-[IPittsburg Dispatch. nity. '
meal oil the of Two years ago Miss Do Burr took hold up away, or "
uorrwc poor Corkey. only ten years. Tho first three she "And then
years In e of break be
of tho more readily re '
bad' triplet. Then she hud twins for big twenty-four horso-powcr en- cl I Flowers "And then. I-I shall die."
The weir Is I
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'tlie placed. to the
Ii $(lvcrelllDS of Europe' a jinein a machine-shop on Lincoln simply delay Expensive ,
two After that [ avenue "And then
asetiosofaketchrapublisluedittheLelsnre( ; \ jcars. they came singly, md street. The machine fish and of come render the stream

; ,an amusing anecdote: ) told of the I but regularly, for four years. had a bcttei masters Day, after day never it just below it alive with them, which is a most expensive! rose now sold to Whereupon but cast tho down young his man and made n.

royal family of Italy. |penn that TUB! death of IlegUtcr; Poydraf, a colored hums and bi"81s'as'tits pretty engineer, nvelllnd exciting scene of .itself. The "To people i is known as the Mmc. John answer, St. LouU eyes. went
(!uecn Murglicrita wris nnxioia: that Umberto I man, 10.1: jean old, formerly the in her bright 'prin'dress, rakes tho fire fish are taken by means of a tmp' built Lang Who )[me. John lang Is even away.-[ Republic.The
her royal consult, should follow slave of Julian Invdrap.auk place near in the furnaco and fills tho oil cups. just below the weir by driving lour piles the florists themselves do not know.
th(} example of lit* fathpr.and the fault I Port Allen, West "llaton Kongo Parish, MM, De Bur: tnkcs, care of all tho in tho shape of a square, fourteen feet The price of them is'$1.30 each. In sire Quinine Habit
ion common among elderly. I'iedmonteao'otficorsandUyb i Ln., lastweek.. Hu was n grown man l'J1a'hloervlUnched to tho engine. She apart. Thus 'piles err cut off about fur equal the American 1'eauty Rose
tlu-y
.
hi, hair., which ''Inn IK- I I whop Jncksou won the battle of Now Or. j mentis tho belts, climbs around tho shaft- teen fer above the water and but they are lighter nnd more delicate in -
como quite white. Her p'eiicHngs' : vvcrs: .; leans, and "often related tales of Lalltto lug like a girl iu'a cherry tree In. cherry capped and thoroughly braced on the color. "Floral dCl'orationl, it l'nid. will The qninino habit is astonishingly O .
in vain Umbcito Is tin honest nature (;I and the o"ll'lrnk'lIof the gulf." It isI time, and polishes the mountings until sides above the water. At tho top of be much more ibunduut this for the' incrcise. The New York maiden
that&e4iotlovothcss'subterfuges. So I I I refreshing to chronicle a now feature I they shine ,like her own pretty eyes each I pulley is fastened with I linerunotugthrough dinncis and fuklllilltl1 year titan who scorns cigarettes and who knows
RR tho queen had recourao.to utriitngcm.hher : about the oldest,inhabitant, Mont people would believe\ that a woman it, :which isnttachcd to they ever hlv'e Iini'l Ixfore a great i not morphine is becoming willing slave
caused a quantity of rna hair tlye to : AT the sale of Lord Tollcmacho'H furniture in skills! and tho like would get grimy a corresponding;: corner of a drop net.: many of the cheaper: varieties of rOt w ill : to the iniigniflccnt-looking little quinine
be sent from Paris and put in tho king's;; in St. James'ssquuru' other and hard-fisted at this kind of work, but Tho drop let is 10\t'rel to the bottom of be used The Catharine Mermct[ the pill, which she swallows a all times and
dressing room, together with directions lots hint Wll8 a mahogany, among bedstead) at! I Miss )Io Burr does not, She Is as neat the stream Ind fiI of fish I Caputin'nnd the mine roses aro all under all circumstances She carries a
for it* use!, making, however, no nllu- live up Iso further: and tidy when she leaves her work us brought to the surface } means of omparatively beautiful. dainty vial with her and, upon tho most
lion to the anti/ shillings. until olTeiing it trim rnsf I tho potted maiden sho peso n the way ropes and puleys'abo'oI eribcd, the Violets ilepcusiId, al popular trivial excuse, out comes tho stopper and

nothing, though ho could not fail to ace spired apparently that Mr.forthcoming[ Gladstone, had slept in 1 it to her home. She runs that twcnty-foifr whole thin. heing'orkefl from below than ever. They Mil now for$ .OOI, down goes the quinine-two, four, six
tho pigments. Now, the queen ling a for over seven' months, when it !becamean home-power engine liko a scwiilg.machine. liy CUnf'lf nail of n truth the"tmptving" bunch, and there are fifty or Kcventy-lh grains, us the case may bo.
largo \vhita which she is ; of tho net is a very thrilling I, Colds headache ennui
poodle of very object of the most violets in 1 bunch. letter on they sell indigestion, ,
fowl. What was her horror a few day! I and was sold for spirited competition Miss Do Barr was: born In St. Louis of piece of welt snort.\ for higher prices still..There are lub- all have their panacea: in this dose.; Tho
a largo sum. 'fho anti
later to ted her pet como running into : a French father and a German mother. trap belong to the Ind- men in town who have two bunches of saddest part of it is that tho girls will
her boudoir. with his snowy lock of tho i AT tho public land sale at the !StateHouse But iu looks and mimncr she is thorough. lane in common, each family having iu violets delivered IK their dub every day. not icdulgn quietly and unostentatiously.Tbxy .
deepest dark hue King L'mberto bad ;, in Augusta, :Mo., not a single ly American Her father is dead and hat turn of the fishing. It is fuir to uuy" however, Ono florist in town has sold ns many as swallow the pills openly, they diseuss -
weir I is in
expended tho dyes UJKJII changing the I person appeared to bid. liy telegraphand With her earnings[. vho supports her widowed : I is only kept place whonsomeone 40,000 violets in one afternoon just before tho matter openly, they persuade
and
hindrance
cqlor of tho poodle's hair. From Hint ; letter, however, five bids were received mother in St.: Louis Shaking of the fish fishing, the Christmas time Tho largest rote, their friends to go and do lkewis. .
day forth tho subject of Imfr1 dyeing v us I and twenty lots were sold. This about her occupation, Miss Do Barr said; n ('enlnto/ their spawning by the way in the market I is the Magna Naturally their heads buzz
droppe4 between the royal couple I absence of bidders person rendered the I asked Mr. ''T Ball the proprietor of grounds I fOt materiul-Welt[ Shore.A Churt.i Nearly! aU] the roses sold in New mill, but such trifles have ncr effect upon

ftalo tho most novel in the annals of' the the machlno-rhop, for tho e-ngineeruhlp,; York are grow ou Long Island.-[New them. .
Tug British consul ut Pukhol, In unto I and he at first thought it very strange. Hero In Overalls. York World. There is ono thing which should b
Southern China, says that during a- trip I He felt doubtful about gh'lngme a trial, brought to ,
Into the. interior he came ,upon sotna ulluges i KHabcroham.Park, Ga., Is a curiousI although I told him I had ample) experience burning Bridge by it i is this: tbelrlItenton According the hC1'ever. -
.ac of which presented tho I' grupet'Inc. About five feet from tho in this lino* However,. /'persuaded! Locomotive. No. II!0, of tho Chicagoand Eectrcty. clans, quinine, taken in large quantities,
appearance of Irregular fart, the whole ground, from largo live oak, there protrudes him to let me try It, and tho trial was so Erie Railroad, exploded last Saturday produces deafness.-[New York .
group of houses Inslng \bound together by a grapevine about au Inch Iii. dlumctcr. satisfactory to him that ho soon gave mo night while hauling a freight train It is almost an a"url fact that the orldFuol
r ,a formidable wallappnreutlysufficient asa t The tree it perfectly solid and full charge of the engine-room.' I don't Flrelln lrbv was blown from the cab, sixteen drawbridges across the river b s
defense against anything short of artillery no loots to the grapevine can be seen. think he has regretted I IX Thero has not sustaining fatal l injlrin Engineer Mur- twecn Ru h and Twelfth streets will soon From Peat

Tho habitations! of the"valley; TIIH oldest man In tho world U prob. been tho slightest accident in tho engine-. pity[ leverrahdi Jumle from the be manipulated by electricity.) 15y the
consl&ted almost entlre'y of it ncrios of since I have wreck f e' did so. use of tho latter lover in8tel' of .
room run it, and I have 1 .teal
Osman of HeI
ably C'avallovit
Turkey A St that
such Tho train hundred feet before it I is! claimed that the of Petersburg journal a
fortresses, sonletimes only 100 to i attended to all tho and mending ran seven present ltte.
has lived repairing
160 and has documentsto
corp Russian civil
I I years, and tenders engineer, M. \
could
lulling.. engineers be d
t 200 whilo' Niculoi
yards apart occasionally/ a I rove it. He is Arabian widower that was to bo done now and then has succeeded in 40
an ,
t, nUL'IslV'e-costelllltt'd storehouse for port.able I ami small from in these two years. In fact, I attend to When help Irrlv..l Engineer Murphy to two, one for day aud on for night.It producing 1
pert) towered up within thu vII. I I tho Hultan.i supported.' by a pension every sort of work that is necessary aboutan was found crawling on hands and knees IK noiseless and free from the peat greatly resembling anthracite
lage:! indosuTO. These ,ewutoldwero > engine. I start the fire every day. I along tho track, carrying with him a lan smoke nuisance that the.ciy itself is ('01. Tho inventor has obtaineda
:intended as safe receptacles(! for property i Tiinte I Is a flourishing Japanese clubi shut down 'and 1 rake the fires out every tern to signal 1 imssenger train which making such a crlllle alinst. while i patent for his process, whichis
in tirart danger.. The wholo! of this In! Now York, of which nearly every naI evening, and I do my own firing alto was duo in I few minute. The train being still the greatest offender. The 8li.l to bo accomplished by the
" a tion against robbery, though ho thinks I Tho president is tho present vice consul thus saved from disaster. light stations, alt within a short Distance imperial commission has been
that feud and clan lights between tho "j jwovcrul Teijiro I Kite, who is )0!) years old and Could any deed of valor on the battlefield of the riyer. Tho cost of such a in experimenting with tho fuel, the g ,
villages! havo a great deal to do married Colonial Pualah auto Drunk. surpass in merit the act of this plant, once installed, would bo inconsiderable suit having been very favotable. The
with [It. J humble engineer, who, though his flush and the authentic are peat was found to give a little less heat
i I Tru building/ into which no WalUltU enness.Dr.'Hammond was blistered by steam and his leg broken sid to be enthusiastic in its favor, the than ordinary coal, but more a fir o
A IIfNtJLA.1Itory Is told by'n head | has entered, so It i- salt\, for 1,400 years, grimly "let his teeth and drugged only difficulty in the way being the disc birch wood, which is largely used o
game keeper in Prussian Silesia, A few in tho Monastery of M. Honorat, near gives a cot.pleof instances himself along the.ties to avert the danger position on the part of the public to do railways and steamers and In factories
weeks, ago one of hit under keepers! | Jaimes, France. It is built upon tho Inland of a colonial punishment of which threatened others t away with the draw-bridges In'favor of HUIa In other however, the
found in the tract of shooting country of that name. drunkenness Here are others. 1633. Congress awards medals to those who permanent structures and restricting peat is superior to rCpcs, cheaper,

under isle charge a covey of partridges, THE new baby hippopotamus, born iu Massachusetts: Robert Colos fined JI0: gallantly rescue the drowning, and we marine traffic to the lake front or compelthe containing but a small percentage of snl-
two old,birds mid rift ecu young one, all the 1.t'ntrllll'uI'k, New York City, has a for "abusing himself shamefully with. distribute moro than 1 hundred million use of low barges and tugs.-[Chicago phur, and being much smaller In hulk
lying dead. They wcto hmldlml up! mouth seventeen inches wide drink," and enjoined to stand with "A dollars! annually among survivors of the Post j The artificial fuel throws off no
,rlo a tofietlier within the space of I' Dnr.MCAKu" iu great letters on a white late war. Engineer Murphy deserves emits no smell, while burning with a
tquaro.yard, but were lll''llIul1OlIed| to sheet on his back, "1IlIQ longo as tho both a medal and 1 pension.-[New York A Luminous Beetle r l clear white flame.
::11 show any reliable signs of the cause of Trained Tarantula.A Court thinks mcete" [The penalties Telegram. ,
their death. Poison vvus nt first suspectcdVas repetition[ next year-disfruuchiscrnent, Scollop Shells for
the spot WM clos/ to sonic \\K asant etc.-referred to by Dr. Hammond, were A Magic The editor of the Journal of tho Royal Young Oysters.
allotments, but n tnircful examination IIf half-breed Mexican and Indian blood remitted, May, 111.14: on submissiou; and Flab Ajrieuiurlnl Commercial Society of
the ground revealed the fact that tho recently attracted much attention at testimony of good behavior.} T. Hawk, lh Gulnno in some interesting notes Oyster planters In Connecticut and
birds had been struck !by lightning. The Window, Arizona, by the performanceof ins 'and John Vauban fined 204. for a Make 1 very small hole In each end ofa on lurv.i: says of form referable other waters buy at six cents a bushel all
I flush had struck a little mound n short nn educated taiantula he onus, says similar oltencestud selling "strong water, fresh egg, und after blowing out the to the ElaUrUltt, or spring the scollop shells they can find in Long
.; distance away, and then toiii-sett along the Philadelphia Times. He[ carries a ..contrary to an order of Court." In lB4 contents close one cud with a bit of beetles, that its luminosity, when observed Island. These shell ar.o called
the ground, und the grins surrounding big, formidable-looking insect in a largo i and 1K50 the colony made tho harboring 8ulog-wa. Cut two }pieces of cloth in la a dark: ),tare, is ..iogl1arlyIItrlklo' and are thrown out inoyste-rbeds"cu.h"
tho slat where tho partridges la)' had a woo'"II" box slung around his netk:,"I of drunkards 'ennl. But there is not ahlllt| the body of 1 fish und sow and beautiful. The light is they catch the s or young oJ.tr
burnt und ejlow pIOl.'nrlll1l'e. which, when exhibiting hit pet, ho : the slightest evidence that the proceedings them together on the edges to make emitted, along the whole length of the The has the best ever,
J. plucra on, the ground a>''l" sort ,of stages in these cases were for sumptuary a ]>ontfd! bag. Into this bag some sand body-the head, the front part of the found for this purpose. It is clean,
DK. TuAMprnik: of tot Louisrsaji lie At.the i'omm'md of its master: the tarantula reasons 1039: Win. C- was fined should bo put for ballast. au rior segment, and the last segment smooth and fragile When tho oysters
't one traced a fatal caw of .mall-pox( to;, mounted a nm1( ladder, rung )Ml .ao..,. for "misdemeanor In drinking, and The mouth of the bag must b exactly of the body, being altogether luminous, are the size of a ton-rent piece tho scol
a silver dollar. Tho patient wa m good and jH-rfornutl (In" miniature trapeze. corporal punishment remitted upon his tho sire of tho egg, which is bo fastened while each intermediate segment gleams lop shells are dredged up and piled on
health ouo day an*] died within a week, Then, to the thumping of a tumltourine promise to avoid etch occasions The into i F with seal1ug-wax or glue, to I from a Imal area on each kido of the I the deck of the Jiout, Each shell will
and tho facts were so poeulinr'tl nt the/ the hands of the boy, it proceeded slowly sumo year, In Ne 'Itayeu, John Jenuer, form the ,head of tho fish. Having pre- I I buck,' vgulorly-arrangcd rows of covered with bunches of young oysters.So b.
doctor set about to a.t'ei Jain how,the about, as If wait/log, aud when It had 'atcusud of being drunk, was acquitted, Prod it ,in this way, paint two eyes on ; golden brilliant* being thus observable delicate id the scollop tel that the
disease was contraere.il. He found that rtnUluxl, saluted thiurowd by lifting one it appearing to be of infirmity. and occasioned thu egg with black paint, and the magic ,: The light U continuous, and vtry bright, oyster planters can rub m pieces
the patient IIIL' unit .1111 article of nicribandUotn leg three times. by the extremity of the cold" fish is ready t 0 put into a jar of water. but it 14 intensified when the little creature with their hands and in that t. .
a friend who hud win him After irs performance' was over it "Mr, Mulentmr, accused!, but not clear. The i'clg1 the sand in the bug I is irritated. At intervals one or I ato the little bivnh'eo without injuring I-
., with a silver dollar which hid Uf'u carried crawle to it* master .t-houldcru, where \' observes them. These young ojsterswhen.separated
[ 111 the,pock*t ,of a brother who wiw' it .lIaf, occasionally running around hUtttek hardly have boon the object in tlie-to the surface if left to but 8 that a to b very dull or nearly extinguished.. l are shovelled out over new' ,ste
a day .r'tw.t' liter taken dos with or down his boKom." The boy says case to prevent the expenditure: for the very light touch will cause it to flak apiwrcutly they are never quite put ground.-[New York herald.Neican .

ktnall-rxiv.. Dr. Thompson. believes a coin he tamud the spider whrn it was young; liquor, or to dictuta what the personscoufcrnou Cover the jar tightly with a 1)1": of out. _____________ .
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is as likely to carry iufef'.ioi us a !bank fleet by feeding it every day until it pot should or should not drink I -rubber, or any other waterrof,
note. I accustomed! to him then gradually Nur.wleu'i'hotuuFruwklantl was punished flexible substance. .When your i ,Origin of the Barber's Pole. nYL. \
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Av interesting dNcovciy mvlo tnPaUntlno taught it the tricks it knows. 1'0|
during the present )cur is tint ires It ii much more intelligent than : and entertaining dl'IClroerIYllQnfHl" water to to enter tho the liquid ,wilt and cause the fish 1'Jittlo will Years ago from about 1800 to 1373: The Mexican onyx stoce,i* worked .
of the ancient pool of Ikthe du, which I any dog, and very tractable, though luttk his cellar to driuking meetings.- The heavier egg the the only surgeons were the barbers, and a peculiar manner. 'Deep round holes
has hitherto beets coufouiiJed with the nuiompromUing: iu its enmity to anyone |The Popular Science Monthly dive it will you press If more their principal idea of surgery are drilled by hand a line.
Biiket Israel, Hitenl cxcmations of |I but himself It I, a* large as a silver quickly hand from plunge.tho india-rubber you remove the Mo. The'arm was the part operate hole i inserted a snugly fitting I eac
under the dollar w ban curled up. though:;: it* lessue your which
tho Alge'rinu mon'Xs rums of barber's the : has been grooved from cud
Thrift in the SundayScbooLTbrt compressed air in the egg force out o. pole 1l'loh staff wo.
the Cruiuulcr Church of $ I IMO or three Inches long. wi Hot
t Anne at the and the fish that wa grasped in the baud to water is poured thegrooves
water, tn the iut
Jerusalem him laid bare two rock-hew: j I The body 111 I on ugly dark brow, eov. the arm. The white and red atri .ed, at night. This swell
surface York Journal.
wells containing water, which have been l; crest with short, course black hair, hich is a Suud ya .aehool in floater agD.-New[ reseut respectively the bandage that| "p and the block is split along te wo

repeatedly built ov cr. ThcJc I'lIrl'l.'lol'ollllwllh l also t'on'" tho limbs, but is very sparse that trains its pupils not only in godliness put on the arm to bring the \eil out aud without damage(', ,The natives then 1n..w
the descriptions of Bcthe-MU a< land I biNtly. The eyes are "UUAUnd hut in business: as welL A fewwerkssgo Concerning Go Cookery the bandage put on afterward to bind the blocks into .1b. and polish the
given !by the fathers of the l'llUn'h'lInd.. gU-am! like diamond points, while' the I each pupil received Scents the wound. The ball at the head of the surface by hand piece is semitransparent -
the pilgrims: of the fourth ('OnturFot' ,. 'I mouth U furnished "with slender overlapping j I I to invest for the benefit of the Sunday Thvre I is an idea prevalent among unskillful pole represents the bowl in which the ,'n between
i faug The power of spring In I j i kchool. Last Sunday: them loan Were cooks that good cookery requires the caught bathtub the eye and a strong light presents
'... yeaN ago Sliw U-ua W., i these creatures U said to bo souu'tuiugiuciidiblo returned with interest and reports were elaborate al costly apparatus. This is Llo11 origin; MmttUlfa' but remarkably beautiful effect fprm and
. appear; il
living 01 TUoru ("n-ck Wash., mowed of ten feet being no a according to the BostonTr i
a leap grven, of which the following are examples the barber who a bathtub hispole color.Chicago J Times.
I the e I Jterueudou taught one yard print for ;3 poetizing even delicate 'M hot and cold .
t' harvestb> the crup with a pair of shears o\\u the only one which has our msfde units; made nine holden which sold for dishes can b prep.ired with no more kep. rNew York bun bathing", .i NOTHLSO
and cawed the amount rv<'cited the next friend with any other living creature U 5 routs each. Returned 43 cenUu" perplex or expensive apparatus than I friends according to his scientific
j., Tear, ag ffharv i,>tlug it with hi r shears front flu llogpllon!Mountain- ""Hiied. boy for Scent* to berries; an ordinary kitchen fire and the usual -- .i and airer has better showathe
pick kind
The third crop her f.u\1u\ out '" ith a sold henries .for 'M cents. "Bought: / kitchen applauce The most skillful What Are National, Aba of of a Ediu b t.ha hit disc e
gnus* ..cthe.'ltiu: vnvjUgli! &lriy| (rout f German Babies cloth for three t-hildreuV bibs; sold for chef ad mOt unskilled cottage covery a new meth of heliograph
tui crop to sow fOlly ucrtlast spring, 'I HOnts.." The largest interest brought hoU e.ifQ have ono and the same agent There seems to IM a rather idea iigalng. Mr. 10J a mil-

y which mveeragedfort: Uuht-U tuthaacre'beo The babies of Germany; : are not allowwl\ back by any one loan was gained by a to assist them in the preparation for with the average American mixe.htlricub expr went State to him : )
thfiithed., making: a total UM .f .I. Umoer heat. Good troops know
> khrowii small boy 'who, bv borrowing, cookery dependsmore of music I
those of America, 'l'1 r
liberty aa signal his
largu a lights for
bUshcU from ou. heal*>f burley< in long distances, but
oi-ervmctt
1,600 of certain .
and landed of them
buying selling after upon the are
they art' for the bett r part oC the flr t over 12 majority faia they do not know how I
4 tour years.SO.VB '\ air"of their earthly \ililflwl& tightly'xxoiind pitying his bills. One-rf ported: "Lord, rules than on the tango on which it is with "Oo Gave the Queen," .t t.h signals invisible t render these
very ktrabge accklrut. are i iu nWaddlinjf clothes, with( behold hilt!'ill'Thy :3 cents which I have done. Little dishes maybe more trouble f Country 'tis of Th. devise a plan!" t.enemy..Cant+t
., to light the 11CtI.Jeut-lulur.> I up kept laid in napkin Yours ta than a plain and "The He J, White and Edison walked into h
brought by ; I both arms and leg pinioned, aud i-urrird up respectfully prepare rut o chop Blue,1 laboratory, set vwo of his
s anew bu ines for iu tmii-o, a wan at i about ou a pillow e |ieiiUy) made for the JVieked and Slothful Servant. but they are generally more ap[ U a English air, but when a origin salaried assistants at h 1
Zsliaki, Ohio. a stationary I'DJrll1lf.r11" i After they nti-aiMi from their But was aa exception. \1. whole and are always a desirable addition to American air i* reached there a many suddenly work o
It disabled puruoke. the return the dinner table. Tho small details of who fail to it. When suggested novelty and ia 4e"lks
kkked vy-y ermUby a hog, wrapping a bag of feathers is tied on was unexpectedly huge sod r recognize theStrauss after
". him for finite number of week*, I their backs, so that when they tumble handsome: hum was added to the kitchen and table sometimes appear Orchestra reahe that stirring aa had actual expendUift. 0
was -[Dexter (Me.Qazctte. trivial but if Law much of national hymn money, sccomplithed
aDd be was paid' fn.uulhtr. caw over titer bate kouicthinsr to fall upon.t treasury. we colJf Spangled Bia- he set out to do






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Culinary" tlelpi.Cooxrss.Twp I "Ile.olrld That Stntws- Oldest Dwelling in The V. B. Too b..8 heard about meD who: J.
'NOTES as though they were every inch a iold er i
ALLIANCE ( "
truCtcQ. tqpah
r ,f of tils h'totuUdn.: ,, ; SniSil uVTnlrrf t about the Th old stone house to Guilford C DII., Well there is one of that kind in Ateofc "
cups of sugar, one of | is 'that it \. oldest and his' wits bat to to the door.il "
.HBXRT-L stamp ( ;never Is the house in ton, go
......butu*t-oite _.wm milk probably dwelling
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teaspoonfuls! of sods, 8J teaspoonfuls off NEWS .OFTTHE ORDER AND ITS' pour you nctd it most nr- the United Eut: <'l. Since the" date of its any one knock in "th. night.-AtehiM)

:cream bf tartar,'five'ctips bf' flour. Roll .. MEMBERS.' ;: ',. THE. ELECtlOX or / 11A- erection, in 1040 to the! present time, it'' GriM.

qwta thin and oake inp quick oven. -- DATE<\T or \.a IMW has been passed for bus been wed at a dwelling,.with the el- ,- -. "

APPLK FnmER--One" WHAT IS 8CISG' DONE IX THE VAU1OU8SKCTIONS I Oft the of ( *. This appears to be Ctptlon a few instanri In colonial :

vweetirilk a little salt .two cupful of FOR TUB ADTAKCCUCKT.OF' : demonstration night amateur photographer., time, when it did duly as a fort, and
ode was
eggs, TIll: OBItAT onnAlrizAatoN-xcnoys people who met in Kan was a pl.'C of refuge for the settlers .
teaspoonfiil l of baking powder, and flourto In houor of Ute
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PRow THE REFORM rnxss.'Thete'ato to for rain only ard their fsrail'ci\! when
( make a batter thick enough to drop Gordon to' the pray ,
umbrella. The )l King Phillip was on the wnr-pntb. The
nicely from a ttvo Thousands of rest prnya<
poon: chop apples fino
and mix with the batter. Fry in hot 34,000 Alliance h1 lgcs in the artesian well to lain till they got safe house Was built for Henry Whttflcld, the ,
lard. United States I bead of the settlement' *ho was a minister f
Servo with
po.Vrdcfcd; sugar or representative of tho church of and rf
England, one
who NAAt made) tour of
.yrnp.fOMl spoke were a
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There FiTrmere those who called nno-conformiats. As
2,103 Alliances in were
arc Beck Icon H. B. complaint that he did t
.' T.-Wash of ,
'cnccupful hominy North usual with those' settlements his
,Carolina.'The early ,
ia two' waters. Pour into it four teaeupfuls '''"t'' If. Tatum. Rev. J. enough audiences. Any followers hereof his belief. The stone
I Martin y Calvin draw a good house.-
boilingwater .
gn\luaUY8tlr. Ii'armcrsAilinuco\ of which the house was built was quarried
ring steadily. Add a half teaspoonful of ttbooci ia the of newsmpersareon numbers| In men. from a ledge alwut a mile
alt; boil from three-quarters to a whole bra ka way \o. lie: Martin V. notice that a man i is from the site, and the recordssay

hoar., May be served at any meal with Chairman of tbe looking, or much worse was carted on band-harrows, which

meat of any kind or it may.bo eaten hot The Farmer Alliance State COn'CD'lhll'met Committee and his photograph ; and that was rio inconsiderable piece of work. .
or cold with rnilk his fifth \ it cither flatters like The morlar.11811 in the walls is P
in Des Moines Iowa lint week. building .
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the House of
i1MOTRrsED CRAB Arnits.-Pour two The body embraced 009() strong;earnest duced Mr. Hoko else don't do her justice at as. hard now M the stone itself With llw.

cupfuls boiling water over half a box men. democrat by and tho exception of the roof, the .. w.t ass w5 I !ftAlieraeys. ;

of gelatine add a spoonful of vanilla and } Felt Sorry. house stands today Just ns finished
Mr. Calvin's'idt
one cupful of sugar. When cool, beat in The Colored :National Fm'mcrs'lIi "Fc'low Citizens by the builders 830 years go. A FoTert7..trleken MlUionalr I ,; '
the white of three eggs/ beaten stiff. Ina ante will meet in conjunction with tho lady of'iol..nt, tern Tho fil'St marriage in Guilford was solcinnicd "

Jeep glass dish have a quantity pre- NationalFarmers1 Alliance at Ocala great multitude ,of .. to be married, was found in this house and history tells us This teems a paradox, but ik'js, explained
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out in the York'i '
night by ono of New Icllestmen.
semi crab and that the feast the occasion
apples placed pour the Fla, December 1st. wedding on t
morc.than three don't count 'myremh i*
Your 1
custard you weep. Fannyf consisted of boiled and Fritz
gelatine over. Place on ice until s pork peas
demote t and MS au is of the most kind- dollars," he..aaJ J "What are dl wy l ;
one
ready. to serve.' The Alliance i iflimoriap;.< From Maine first allegiance Ia i to the world." Greene Haileck, the poet, was born, in a )los e.alonl to me, ntnca I am rfcttm

'W IPrED Cns AM.-Place the cream in to California 'the pco>|.le,.are awaking: house that stood a short distance from of consumption ? My doctor tale me '
Ixxtngrirtulnto you : but I c n't help feeling
aa led !chest br where it will be very cold and each succeed year finds the rnnkf day's contest. As ;, man. I have such a the 'old stone house" Cou.txs. that I bare but a few months t) live ",

fo to whip It. Whip one of the labor orizani :ullonll stronger nnd poor for the disease Is Incurable. I ampoor- e.
Ofyoream l loves the noble it makes me cry to think A nan who baa prwom.'Use medicine for /0years "
piot and as the top:thickens stronger 'In Tenncfsee > Border is, wife of his besom ,him around The ought to'k tow .al lv from lURnrtrtad er than that beggar yonder. But,
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skim it off into 113,000 in Texas it has poor what be .111- Intcrupted the friend J to whom M bcle, ,
another it is 175,000
until strong;
dish : ; choice I '
Idea how he is going to TOI. DO. O., Jan. 10 1WT.Mcurt. be cured. Jf taken
all firm and.thick with Indiana' ,hM''ItnjOOO. and Vmr-oWn .state .. lea-. "consumption can
.; sweeten to taste rcsuU which # and the J. Cheesy < Ornt1emrn- t
yon more Golden Milled
powdered and add ]| teaspoonfuls can boast of bttwecn'FO,000. nnd JOO.OOO ; once Lave "been In the general l practice\ nf ,modlrlnsor In time, Dr. Tierce's
sugar ing. You are kindhearted woman filled most at yrars and mould nay that In all Discovery will eradicate every vstljra a,
of.vanilla. If it is too rich! ,'or' there is and thor number Ids I wIlI nj; larger ;every Gordon has been : TKKU Silting', my practice sad .iprrl.nre htr never trrn a of the disease from your system." 'VII "

not'enough cream after it is whipped, add day.-A'entsclrj. Vnwn Oiyttn.The !States Senate. much r MnlVUnve tlon lb>t of 1 mrrm ronlit |a>re* 1""erlb run. *Itall'with* t'M"- try It," said the millionaire, ana bl> did; '

the well-bca'en whites of three eggs. joice with J on. ..., Cur UjaprpaU. tarrh Cur*, raaourarlnrwl by you. Ham pre. and to-day there Is l not a. heaihkr, t'
Serve in small glasses or custard cups. 'Florida: Alliance has shown commendable GorJon I is u great ; ever hopelma. .hand re acrlhrd It a circa many times and Its cffro in happier man to be found anywhere

SHORT CAKE. Make like soda biscuit enterprise, wbitb might IMS i it is l dlMrn of .,' of wonderful and would najr In conclusion that The "Discovery" strikes at the,tot ef t ; ;
; an ('qull'y I It not. -Indigestion, brnrtbnrn, 1 halntrt to find a Tae of lalarrli that It
imitated by others to Itfl'lIt'n.1vllutn p, wunld If nount .k. It it the complaint. Consumption Lv.I! disease
butter the sine: of an egg rubbed<< iuto a liance, the Urgef (neMtmle* low of enerity not cure they t aoco4 <
of flour' of milk in establishing a farmers' store or exchange I am sincerely ( Is the bane of their exlst-: leg to dareutlcn.Yountrulr of the blood-Is nothing moll nor
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quart one cup or water
of
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one teaei/ooniul of 'soda, two of crram utT5S.: : Oroailway, N. T, 1 ho the crand purposes !the! the family complacent flrrolilrVhV. I f"'lluu won't 1.. L. Jonm-rn. >r. 1)., less than 1ungcrotulaand itMas/
: honest business methods and and be l'u.d..ltnn be done. 0111.1.1. .Summit 11I1 and J does yield' to this wonderful rwredy, ti
tqnaredealing
tartar of salt roll rather thin and x Al.innrcx: thono !
pinch ; ( ,
/ of the in '" war of strvnitthnnlnff Wa will pine slip for aarriu* of Catarrhthat 'Golden Medical Discovery" Knot t ;
nt the size of yopr tin, butter a little, manager chargu ha !have been \' .., remo\'lnlr'flvor,.. "ymp- cannot be cured with Ii"" ". Catarrh only an acknowledged remedy forthat
then anther size bake I established quite wide-spread confidence\ day's election. debility canned thereby lint lak, h.rn "r.I ) .
put on piece samo I nnd we learn that 'finite extensive done by the of pills and .P'. J. essay & l o'\.l'roJllO., Toledo, O. terribly fatal malady, when takik, ta ; a
split open, butter spread 'wi\h berries; trade nu : with you. : mixtures limb treatment I I.Fold by UruKgl.ti.Vv. time and given a fair trial, but lab! for
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sprinkle'with sugar, add the other crust. I carried on foe Alliance' nDil.a. Gordon, anti I Anc to, Rive temporary relief at first, nil forms of Scrofulous, Skin and alp 1 ,
butter with betties and then tionsin jicarly every tate in tho Union. faithfully ror>rc ci>t the dlwase and In. An Anvtln 1.h'M."t that her ilnngblcrcan White, Swellings eevesores
cover sugar, '.. for It Is like whipping a I' read "Latin, Greek and IVanncrlpt." Diseases as ,
pour rich sweet cream. whpped cream see tercntsTtnd tho \ : Irrltatea and urges, but the Hip-Joint Disease., 8altrbam, .
over the top At the annual<' of tho Fnriiicrs in tho American at last gives ont entirely. I MAST broken down from ones Tetter, Eczema, Bolla, Carbuncles, Iryslpelas -. r
Alliance of South W'iJnOl' Tlii 1 .. tlY-I'f'III< CORN MEAL: MUPylsa.-Beak together Dakota MI day'Idresult ; ; .trpnulh at stnmiu-b brongrht lea rebuild the system, aids digestion ii. _. ._- ..... ...,_.!i a- L
in order day President I. ckt wni reelected.At this marvelous. \ of the anent of strrnBthenlnit moves ezce.sof bile, and vuren malaria./ A
mentioned two two tablespoon
tula of white eggs, tho close of tho session, 8. W. Costand In honor of [ altrrutives known an I>r, .splendid toulu tor wonun and children.' For Coughs 0ColT ,
sugar, 1J cups .. o.rilla, the condensed vir -
tweet milk a half, teaspoonful of. salt, a called upon] members of the alliance to should IKI an | .. & herbs. It la the biggest When a> lazy man breathed his lest bI N x Ifu 4 t
; contribute money '''to send Chairman men It More well I \& '" sold sobbed forth I "Another Idle vanished 1" .. M no Uedklae like
of Indian meal white
cupful ( preferred),
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two' cupfuls of flour sifted with two Goodfellow, of the independent Mate if the service bo has settled with the tollgate You 1IIIIke IIn mistake If you ncralnnitllyllUeyonrvhlldren gm
of committee to Pierre to be pre8<'ntov'hen zealously. Let the honestly enough. Dr. ItiiUV Wnrat lf"ln)>"- DR. SCHEN K'P'ULMONI
heaping teaspoonfuls baking powdersad
the stateennvassiug, board shall do its are honoring i rn. It le a nlcw-rnndy and while It never doc
one teaspoonful of melted butter. ", mo for a number of rears! harm tomotlmtianneii a world of icood.
BAke in hot pans for twenty min ,. wotk.' Ho Mated that It \\'ns the intention Again I / and weAk. A 11'10111111"& me .- ta"
gem to file a contest against the entire, clare that! I Harsaparill. and everything Knit for the throat am fanhlonablp; and It ;
utes, ia hot oreu. Delicious. Water. stomach nominally/ for the throat that rough ..
with me. My now a KOO
may be used instead of milk. Those left republic state ticket, alleging that tho day's victory will, and I enjoy my food-II. I' I
be reheated republicans tucd 100,000 in their campaign stronger than It \/" ('. D* Tea Kver MpecalalefAnr .
over .by steaming or
may while tho independent( party used prove an ponon anndlnr an thnlr name ami addrenawill es It Is pUasant to Us hut .it. .
may be used! ) for the foundation of pud but expects to be a great man tuiist roooln information that will lead s

dings. 13,200. order's grand work.A flirt._ tn a tor'n n.. BenJ. MaU Oo. p.euzl$7... b vplemnrsnythhtgIq/url..It/ l
Bonding, Kansas 1J Iy.
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TOMATTOES WITn Eoos.-Peel the. Tho Funnerf Frre "Lance Ashland Ill, a tonto or children who .- Mibef.ekngbMsdhtuel.tae: '.' ,
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( ) WurlLPurM.byallDreg {
tomatoes' and set them close together ia 'I up should take Hrown's Iron FTTS stopped tn by PRo Kisses OnaiTNinYB Prt.... '1,(10 per fcolll Pr. ftoktiKk'i Bookia '
"It is the of the Farmers'Alliance Malaria,
: object tAlle,
sajs 1,1..nt to cures. RarroMKH. No Ate after lint d.y'roae. .
(\.n.nmpliun! and IU Ultra. nullnl h.' Adds
an earthen dish, which must first lx to unite the farmers of Illinois and Liver Complaint, Marvainu.cure. Treatise and I H: trial butilafree. Dr J.ll.l5oh. ok Bon Phlladelpb

buttered. Now scoop out a spoonful iud of the United States:! on a'i matters sorrmzuN rsirn rich and pure.-- !Jr. KUae. 891 Arch Bu, PUlla.. fa.Uklahomaliulile -T- -
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from the middle of each and chop it pertaining to their interests, "' and to devise lONYKNTlON : rarrs. to keep countenance HOOK and MaiiMint. anf wti.reen NEW LAW CLAIR,
fine. Mince a small onion and fry brownin and !sent bnclf his photograph. receipt of&UtU.'ller&Co.KauuMv'tyUaIfaffllrteil )' > PHSIOHS( A'I
means whereby they !
ways may "sue great -. la ililOBsto a lCtl
a spoonful of butter add a cupful of more effectively their general ... their .. ." with I'r. Isaac
promote tlou Convention to acre eyes tllll TTlamp.Ton' 1410 F mt" Wuhleilea, J1. 0.
bread crums and a sprig of minced Kye-water.Ilruuirliitii: Mil at:/So IHIIII, .
pare.levy welfare to the modes of hook of He\enty-to |*r .
; improve 111'.011011.,ClevetaaS, D. itRELIEVES
.n.I"clI l
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Asherllle X. C.. ,, !
with salt and to taste. Mix on > of 10 eta for cost of mail :
pepper agriculture, horticulture and 'stock is no ordinary -... S'. O, Uox: long. 1'lillu.. I'. '
with the tomato and till the cavities withit. ,
raising to adopt and such a --- -
; encourage
Sprinkle bread crumB over the rotation of as will rather oomiuiiwtoneJ .M .. Headache (,'11",. Harem S u CATAR
of and bake crop improve the Bouth: chosen a< quick and iosltlve In utlion. > tDIN '
whole dot with bits butter +
than the soil to devise and .
itnpovciuth ; encourage Htat at large and 01\ receipt of 11 per bottle.
for half an hour in rather a quick oven. such systems of concentration as torlal District., by EthcX"i: : Wiuiuolte.t..r..CI1)llu; / N EtIFY. AJaIJ'

When brown, break over the top an egg may diminish the coat of the production each county chosen I

for each person to be served, and ,returnto end to generally educate the farmer, that nionem chosen/ ; one the from ....,..farm.. 'Icxas Lands and and Arkansas Ranches. s 4J

the oven for five minutes. he may be !better qualified to perform his ber of Commerw by Mayor or 'f>l.rAUy. Kaiuuu Clt,MOo INSTANTLY-

CREOLE PANCAKES.-This Is.a delight. duties in business manner." by the jutwldln ; : Ilk. magic on a Weak ELY BUUT1IKRS, M Warren BL, New York. I"rIcelOeti. + )

ful supper dish, and may. be eaten with .*. from each editorial / .. -

either butter or sugar. Somo persons The Alliance Atlroentt Indianapolis the President of the KING I COTTON 1 ..rI'" end}. ,-
from mtch rallw .
gate done air O M lb oaljr
have,called them "quire of paper" cakes Ind.) Bays: "Now that the smoke of pany chosen by mewl. enecino furiheeecialkuBieot .

as each cake when properly made, is as battle has partially cleared away, how 'A :eut; one delegate That or tell your Cotton JONES .w..w.s t To a ii T5.w ot..t hlsdlwsM.UKAirAV.H.tf.*

thin as a sheet of writing paper. Sift u has our cause fared in the rush for victory pany. cbo.enby the a ?I ,,...Nlawa AouUrdtni, J-TY./
pint and a half of flour; salt to taste. oHlciT ot the Cotton .S ca I 8. rnan rw w.bsv.mi/Blgptor.
? From received from far
reports The mnvrntkm In ,. man, ,.. asd Il. kae
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BUT BEf
To a cupful of right sour milk put a half and near it is learned that tho farmers' 17th ot DlC mlHr. IH ; < $ 605.101' Mrms adilnis lnuettaka1 p.ai.. farlien. "be' es! au. (
and beat till it
teaspoonful of soda candidates have pulled through upon IK not the Mart, and OT BINOHAMTOir., Ouu. II u. " foams. Pour into the flour add four otherwise defeated tickets which triVBUd III the from raUrrK, anil M catarrh .
; dl.! ..... the trU. "'00. IMt. bjr l>nivlltaPISO'H
eggs, slightly beaten, and enough cold plainly shows tho handiwork of tho. more tblllR
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    outline of Ibo & the spot. What /uu.oted '
    water to make a' thin batter. All milk' grand farmers' organization. And to \.004'. ItKMKDY: Full rATAKIUI.-llc Easiest: to Una.
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    The Southern : /
    makes the cukes hard to turn. Crease <")!I. lU'lli-J it InimtHliaw./ A clue: Is certain: ior
    "cap the climax" news comes that the Kureau wa. created : ; up the (*n.rl health. sail a- Curd' I la uie Head l It low no eijmil.Ointment .
    the gridd well and cover it with a thin State of Kansas has been won by the States Immigration \ awl which Is tbe ,e.UM o'

    coating of butter. Turn quickly with a Farmers' Alliance. Who shall sty now pity of Montjniuery : ..."' ...1....'ba restored lo perfect A A r

    knife in each band. .Serve hot and cut that the "humble farmer" is to be ignored IfvW.. Thin I ...oo whom tbosj 4 se ss ........l.
    ,
    gate appointe by ,
    like Many unsolicited IwtliuouUU
    pie. ? nut let not the first success of authoring Boards
    ull that catarrh Is eaaby It I. ate of which,, a | to the A
    ALICK the farmer bo tho last; set to work and corporation; the nO trU.. JTIce,Gill". H.ddbydrnr| gI.Isorcuntbyreal.
    Miss PAHKHH, a Boston Inwye'fin study upon the topics relative to our Immigration were .x ( Address, J'. T. IU/KtTlMlc Warren r. ,
    an article in the Haute Journal entitled The movement __. ''''h' -+
    and bo able for
    came, to to give a reason
    "Law for My Sisters" : "Next: to ment of all the cbi
    says CHICHCSTIITS BRAND
    having a good husband alive is to be every vote cast. vloner the several ot Htotei ., .W:9.'fi\ A
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    left a comfortable widow No doubt of .
    Mr. F. U.
    DR. C, W. MACCiK OX THE CESATOUIAt
    it. And a good thing for the next man, Nashville Railroad o THt OKIOIHUI. ANO mi fc mtt,V
    KLKCTIOX.: UMUe, wt UrtinM se tara.rw, IwAd.k ltaw.d l.W r.d a. Y.N
    too.-Cape Cod Item. lion mode a :! ; ..... alt da for axr.|>*rd oat, M wren.. ia"b.r. Tak.aa.a.ptl.d. l.aNaaraint..aa.w.yewl.5wowm..nd..pw :::=
    In thoSeuthrra, .11l CO.1M..U.1IMa. ..g"s.. Sw wenwlw, :: :{
    pwlw.w.
    IT is no sign because a man is au "old 25th of November, Dr. C. W. 31acuDC.II the railroad.would: \ O.Y"I'Io, N.w.lar.r. GaICN..itafNt.i::! .. !_ t
    Alliance in in this matter. Ono Dollar W4 br all 1. J nuI- lL0lbLldtifA. r a
    salt" that he wasn't fresh when he was a prominent official a two- -- -.- .
    Hot only tbe -- -- '
    bov.' column letter on the result of the (Georgia tion approved were by ,__.______._ _u.__._._ __..____.
    I senatorial contest, says; ")11 conclu throughout -VASELINE-

    sion. We muxt accept the result as the plan and scope of the

    wisest; and bent that could have byea them without .. Companion CalendarFor
    f If Th plans JlNpo.
    UP done under the circumstances. Governor rou A oiit.nnM.Ait all.Laertsamy.aawe
    Gordon i ili and always lists been a permanent or&lln .s will d.ilnr, (r.e... all charge*, to .. SAfsoa ..
    UlouollyaoolJtoJ. ih. Unit rl artjii
    Slates
    sM of
    Ue following arw
    friend to the f.rmcN. and although it "Vonr committee 1891. fully pevke r

    majority of tho farmers of Georgia voted drafting a plan of One Iwo-ounoe twule of PuN Tas.Hse. loocOne ..
    him of the whole the for mat Urn of a Iwomifoe biMtlej at VaMltae I'uraail l "
    against a majority t'1
    people __J Use imr of VawliM cold tram : is.
    have elected him and it ill In perfect tec-State : lmai.ikai>f Veeellna tsmlH lea, w"
    pose of securing/ Oae Cake of VaoliM fcuap, ._wiit..<, t..
    accord with his high and manly attributes I lal for tbe Southern (>a.( axeot VII........,uqua-..." .._...... ..
    to expect: him to represent tho securing uniform Ota iw...aawe bull e ut Wktte. vwls., :?{.

    whole people to tho best of his ability. rats the opening of -

    f The order )Ir, Calhoun and Jude IUne.are entabluhment of : Or Jbr_...Mswlw acs.,......,." .,.,. .t is.j rl.5
    des, the arranging ....... U. a..Seaeel be.............. Ie aw.a/ trove.ordr.W i
    to be cougrtulufed upon tho fact that of asp r.waaynp.Mrsfw ,
    ei.tabhahingporte;
    have made Governor iskewd we.,.,oasis, wW a..
    they uo war on ail other tbiaga nr Fs r ,:::=n.wlwea I.uarlna rytl'A OUt'N/walw
    Gordon. It" possible that this may mint of every ttUte J a I'he.ehr.egh. at fg. ('... -44 *.a.. !!II.. N. V.
    prove a blessing rather than an injury to in the call of this

    the Alliance. and it i, certain that the nerd their that report thera as YOU VISIT I ATLANTA
    ,
    WHEN
    membership can so make it I if they ixirtthemaelvea.
    t. utive Committee Monday for Health Vail !. $top .( IILl'K'M JEW.
    ." bar from earn Tnmdry for Wealth a _JLKY:: KTUHK, 13: blKball, Mireei.Ijtryttl .
    JOt :1\TJOY t9 '.,. that said Kxecntive Wednesday the Best Day ef All| KtacL;and Lmtut frf, i,. the Oil#. i

    Both the method and results'when A co COXTERE5CK, >OT A QU'CLDllring a General Manuier Thursday for for Lana, rrSoclety Emblem a 8p.ol Jty., a4wml

    syrup Figsu taken; it I*pleasant the session of the Georgia legislature atatui Committee the and Hoothrrn Saturday; Friday Ne Cresses Luck at An. .Order me 11.A beluuu) awl get ta a MuliU UilJ Itn of

    id refreshing the taste and act oft )8 S-t'J) nwi iber" who ,,'eieAlliaDexmen tigo Uureax Your Sunday the Pay that Is Bint any yun

    gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, met once a week for social mif llti that all 19 With Heavenly Peav* sod Kest. -OP.i.ll. .... ...,;... ...
    cowluet of tills + .. ...
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    .Liver and Bowels At thcaa rneetiog. measures o N burn. with.oua -
    cleanse the sytv, purposes. left solely with the d 0. .
    tern effectusUy1dispels eolds,+ihtJ d. pending in senate and lum e weredia- question of Btate Iluu sn:mly.r--

    aches and fevers and cares habitual cussed for information's take, but iu tltal will be I ,, J:::.
    allowed : made to able and Ua.ualosl0/-
    Tote was or agreement aa I ..
    constipation, Byrup of Figs ia the the course members should pursue, TLU tion of the Kircathre- t

    only remedy of its hinderer ., T s Uoo. Jo". a / ,
    pro.duced was deemed wise, then ; it .11.* thought to who was at that : I cE6M4.
    PENSIONS
    pleasing to the taste and acceptable be1 wiser still to give public! notice th-it miraUoa for obi ;

    to the stomach prompt in there *\'ill. be DO "it )rd house" ia ,this credit of vattilif : o .. rata.. a..
    s r b W
    its ''action and truly beneficial in ita pieseettlfgUlaturc, hence the following.At shape >'(ri,wes ..1< MMfaliiTao.e I:1; r
    that scouted the >'! I ,
    J -
    conference "- -
    fleets, prepared pnly) fr martI meeting pi ,the iwm- ....... .. '
    ubstthe csiuaoj them to melt '"1 sad F lq Calendar ad .1 ittiTm>irra .t Is rall4 THS
    I healthy and agreeable ben of the funeral ajtmblj who are that tame Mr. ; iMvy ,.It baa Yarn I..... Sa.prided la Colori. UM deala twist BAGGwKNEES rer'bctsUttchatklLO'

    Its many excellent qualities com AJlian emen. held Tuesday night, the tat the State of < fr.a nearly Te TB ! 11th insL, the following, r* \oluljou was the stawmdju* uud ........ ;. ... 4
    sews sad r"
    mend it all .11' Cakadw (if the 1"" .Hailed ee receipt ., Usj "s U. ... if J"" '" _
    to and have .. .,
    made ,
    it introduced by the lion. )I. Y. Calvin of tau workingnieB at 3 IaNxA1Y K joI la s.wr Lw ..e4 ..
    ) toe most blldy. foe ; ".. 'It aawww AI-. .....-. '
    known. ;
    popular remedy Richmond ahd una aVinously adopted : pee greet Offer to ,New Su scrlbers. -. -- -
    material interests. BU" ..lrJ .... ......... ..&opr.K. sMs.
    BTTUpjof Pig i. ft aala ia60e "Resolved. 1'bat Ihls eoDferenc.-e of the ; :
    Cates/.rwlll h* ea, sash *e. ....*.'|..r,wke WILL:&:" awTea.It.Aw.at.aaerp.p.11 .
    and $1 bottles b all leading rue.wWies members of the (Senate and JIouo .Qf t : a.. ad .. tfele .4verlU. / ..1. with St.71 (sea rra>,*......'t..I... ... al sdareiU. ....t..IllLoor. e..MeS.s is.WMa .
    AK hO'o. .... C..v!>.aUs> Ills*Mailed Irwss .... lla akallhsi....FI..j.. ( xas..a1 TII.i;' : W.b.TElECwHY .

    BepresentatmtlAmur k m ,. .. Jaasarlt>il|. iUSC. cad ler fall tear frea* that. '.t..
    SfJf "'Dear )fro Hicks AND 'SHORTHAND I
    .: J e) lOrry that what! sat wdJr"'r'slay 10 1M y. s nuifl .f ,.,..,...., rsadlar of to(aw prlR. i.x'.tal..afr..rcres'a'uuaawlaxwN

    to try fit." ,JDo pot accept shall be for social purposes' 4 ,free[ in- t cannot tx-coma "" I.. Holiday., Numt>.Uluatreite4 Wakly"."....I._.U. : ......Oat: .
    e'of views( legUlation'raay I
    en pendirfg1
    tertksog ETUEL .
    e rely,
    anysabetittltaCALIFORNIA ".&I 0 t. I..... 'twraa a.--....
    be in but in YOUTH'S COMPANION ,
    bdulged no cue, Theo the added : Boston, Mass. HOME /' ... a aNa.wM, .. Ma.
    FIO SYRUP under conhidr ration Ia the ta5W by .MI. :=
    CO. .
    measure dear
    on oo
    be taken thoughts, find i fleet I'e.fej/a on. ., sro. d Lm a.t Irises's &;.I... ..a, s. sy ......... .. ..
    shall
    SAD nAM i3CO, CAL general assembly, a vote marry you. Do
    I c., umnu.fr.. */. roar; s r. or agreement catered Into ate jour own true 1. A.' -:::-::::: .:::::::::latiJsilhtali9u

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    : and when It Is' finished they 'expect to 1": '

    "J" ,. LOCAL NEWS I start the P. B. T. C., building. l :c MB
    to ..;. ....; ,'t' c t.q4 i' -- 5;'w tn g : CLOTHINGHATS
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    .0 ,. ,,., ,:! Will McCortnlck.ls: having a surf boat : Ti
    .r- \ ; Continued from Pagel ,buljt which he will name "Lena 8." He 7 p M n (lJ,
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    Z: ... >' .: --rJrv U. >k Hart and wife, of St .refuses to tell what the "S" stand for, 1 [ C) L'J'

    -i:=<. ft f$ r'ahl!lnn., arrived here Friday. but I guess It means "Sweetheart." ." 1-1 ho B e M Mx SHOES

    ?_ .";4-J. 8 Watson A Co. have receivedguthering The laziest man in Palm Beach has ad L-e ;

    _ .. : oihe fin' cypress t ladders for stirred his stumps and gone to work! 1 1don't J : f
    0g RECEIVED
    orangeMl.*.. ', know where he Is, so I guess I will 2l (1) 'ewe" a 'r JUST I "

    x:: ,t' ;:;C.U. tlewett of Pasadena, Calrfglstored C) ; a"r:1
    go and Hunt for him. Will tell the re- hi /:

    -:,' ': 11 .;a,;; at tile 'Urand. View sult In my next :; .rn g tin JlI i it ': 'i oFr. tii AT THE 'BAZAAR.: : 1

    < ilay.Messrs.. '
    : The butcher ..and meat market boat i 0 c. : ;.i. ; 0 p
    ", >- C. II. Egcrton and C.. E. capsized Just this side of Lake Worth, () : NaaW rev M tiil 1:1 tt>.. C o c a'o '

    i nut r, of JianKas City, arrived here so that we Palm Bouchers had to resort. i' =-s. ... ** S ? 1 d1 i e' Q :g
    Sales Monday
    JdayVon their way down the river. to our hen roosts for fresh meat (It is 1 f IrI S.S'S.g. 0 Special Every
    U f fo
    ,/ The steamer for Melbourne' and innedlate' to be hoped that citizens. who. have no 5 ,c C ( HWttirt t 4 ,

    ,; points leaves TItusvIlle at heh roosts did not resort to any one '-J = S. 5 EO 2g ;
    TURNER & COGroceries
    {t o'clock a. m. else's, but I can't vouch for them.) : ( liom ? ra !> i J P.
    o
    -1 Mr.;II. Olds, of Waveland, who lias That troublesome band is agitated g. ii ; ( o ,. y ift .Fg rn: pMry !

    in town few this week left but It is naq .
    eon a days again; not politics. this time. 1 x' ;

    .. 1 to r home this morning. They are studying arithmetic; trying to = Lfir ?; | 0"0 t:= l, e rn, t:: H B- :BKLAJD'S",

    't "..-We' have not heard anything about divide 20 by 0 to settle a question of Importance : &:,

    '" lie Opening of Gilbert's bar for the put (to them..) There are tine 1 ; j : g: jn Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer.

    weeks., Is !t possible this ancient members and each one wants a uniform; b K = ,
    _ .4 1 Ind weather-beaten'chestnut has been there Is twenty; dollars in the treasury [ Iii.0... a PdHa rap I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my.Stock of

    toned towards buying Uniforms for all hence c:) n rnf "' Fruit
    r away for the winter? L Staple & J: tmoyGroceries: ,
    .
    -Th. attention of readers UIrawn the question, and study Here are some 'Ir (1) = It1 Produces
    our And Food
    ad'vt of the opinions of different members; M0t j I i m.:
    to the of Mr. II. II. Wllkln- b w Of All Kinds. Also My Stock of
    The treasurer c
    wants a fifty dollar uniform -
    .;; on,:of the picturesque ,and well-known Ci) Cotton Seed Meal
    no nine snit 0 =; Grain Bran,
    by-twenty In his. Hay ,
    Vllklnson Cottages, Rockledge,which lain !d ,
    < (1) .
    The head of the band : "If S I<<\) and Wbmt. .
    :' excellent place to stop at when visitng says you en Q Ground Food
    Indian River. See page S. boys don't get satisfied pretty soon, I I am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively in the above line of
    [ 11'111.use. the cash to fit up the Sharpie Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I Invite, your correspondence and solicit
    .-Mr. Lewis .Powe and daughter, -oflocklodge Very truly,
    'IUln l..fU patronage.
    That ban man; the tuba; your DB.
    were In town a day or so this said he would rather spend the moneyon BREYARD COUNTY JAMES HOLMES, President E. L. y_

    _ eek. Mr. Powe came up after his row- night schools. The trombonist has ALBERT A. TAYLOR, Secretary. -

    at that had been stolen from his place. resigned and is love-sick and musically. GEORGE M. ROBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM,

    e returned, with the boat, on the dead. Tile various propositions( were STATE BANK INDIAN RIVER Attorney-at-Law. Attorney-at-Lawi; '

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    ,. weeneyj-; Monday, put to rote and as each( man voted for ,

    : .-Mr. A. Ilildretli, of Columbus Ohio, Ills plan and against all others they compromised Robbins & Graham

    r ,. p..e4 In town Friday evening, on his and bought each member a COCOA, FLORIDA,. REAL ESTATE ,

    = ., [way to his place at Indianola, He gave pair of "Sweet Ort &; Co's" ovr-alls. It .,

    4'' + ,. f.. our office"a call, and warned us to send I Is to be hoped that they (the boys) won't CAPITAL: "

    "f the,.ADVOCATB: to Indianola. We were go over-all the "Beach" with them on. Paid Up, 925.OOO. Real Estate Dealers.

    ;. pleased to note how well and lively he Poor boys! I will give you a rest, ,,after Authorized, $1QOOOO. EXCHANGE, ,

    J' wai. while, in town. this and let you try. to find out who I '

    !,"' .-Mr.' Pierre 'Havens, of Jacksonville, am. Is[ Now Oricjr: and Fully Equipped for COCOA Indian River FLA. ALL KINDS OF PROPERTY BOUGHT, SOLD, AND EXCHANGED.

    who, has been on a trip 40 the Lake WAYAACt.LaGrange. :. in all its Branches. Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Company(
    Banking
    ( V Worth region; came up to town last Friday

    'A night, on his way to the metropolis, .
    DUSINESS SOLICITED.
    c lie.was delighted with the place of Mr. Property of All Kinds Bought Sold and Titusville, Brevard Co., Florida.P. .

    T, and Mrs ,Jl. R. McCormick could Money to Loan' on Approved Security. O. Box, 2:O.

    not say too much in Its praise. The Mr. L. A. Coleman has not been at all DIRECTORS: Exchanged. We Buy and Sell All Kinds of Heal Estate, and are Sole Agents for a

    w.hole Lake Worth section was a charmIng ,- welt for some time. He Is still sufferingwith ALBERT A. TAYLOR, President largo list of carefully-selected Properties in all parts of Brevard county.'
    KELUIILK: Information furnished as to character, location and value of any Property
    ":' place to go to,-ho said., the leg he hurt some time.ago. J CMEs HOLMES, Vice-President. Indian River.
    All Inquiries will be promptlyand on
    ":Indian River Mission. The Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Froscher visited friends R. B. HOLMEA. Cashier. Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are unequalledand

    Jas. Button, P.O.; and the Rev. T. J. In Mlms, Thursday. It had been sometime 11 J. M. SANDEJIS, J. F. WOOTEN. reliably answered. 11 every effort will be made to give perfect satisfaction to intending .Purchaser

    ,t Nlxo,'Presiding Elder, will,D. V., conduct since ihey.had been there, and they _, who may Properties favor iw listed with unless their patronage.No the Title is. Perfect.

    ; ., services as follows: Sebastian, were mush pleased to nee the many Improvements first thing. though the St Lucie takes largo cargoes Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring largo bodies.of Low-

    ;' (Sunday the 7tb, at 3, p. m; Tuesday ,at going on. The Provost Bros., are doing good down every trip. We noticed one day Priced Lands. "

    p. m., Wednesday, Eden and Fort Those who were fortunate In not losing work; their banana grove is looking fine; last week a very large amount of goodsfor Write for Descriptive Catalogue.: P"

    lerce; Friday, at Jupiter. The people their fruit last Spring are realizing very! although only planted a year ago, 25 are the Canning; Co., at Fort Pierce. {

    .re cordially.Invited to attend these ser- satisfactory prices; !and the fine oranges: In bloom. The St Lucie brings up green turtle

    SB.1 i'qos, constantly going by make us-whom fortune Mr. Reid is likely to make gardening a nearly every trip; one brought up last EDWARD STILING ;

    "'!;Mr.. and :Mrs. Howard Knight and did not favor almost envious. success; he has now under cultivation week weighed over 800 lbs, and was ,

    ,' : Mr.. -Walter: .,J- Knight, came up from Tom Johnson, junr., !Ind Charlie Case six'acres, beans and tomatoes ,being his captured on bill way toward civilization, ,
    heir tb Sebastian Friday evening I caught near St. Sebastian.The Cocoa Indian River Florida i
    trip ( spent a good part of Thanksgiving Day principle crops. being kr

    ind started.t for Jacksonville Saturday hunting. The 'result was a fine duck Mr. Silas Smith can show wonderful Riverside arrivals last week were Dealer in' :

    : morning, on their way to their home in dinner and a stewed squirrel breakfast achievements, what can be accomplishedIn about the same In number as the previous \,

    _ 1 hleago. We understand they are try tho next day, ', a short time by energy, push and week, coming from Boston and Paints, Hardware Stoves Tinware & Agateware
    to sell their at Sebastian askng
    place -
    ng It is almost Impossible to realize the judicious labor.Mrs. Kansas and from Minnesota to Fort ,

    ; -j 1! the modest sum of $40,000 for wont it. flight of time. It seems as only a few J;A. Booth, has been on a visit Pierce. .Over thirty were registered' we PLUMBERS' &: MILL SUPPLIES, OILS, GLASS &: PUTTY, TABLE .

    e 'parties they brought down,. weeks ago that our school term began; to friends at Jacksonville. Her returnto believe. &; POCKET CUTLERY, BARBED WIRE, WIRE NETTING,

    'r" ck with them. but In talking with ,Miss Glfford, our bachelordom will be welcomed by the The compositors made an error in our 'A WIRE CLOTH.

    -Mr. Chas.. R.Farran, of Ohio, ani'vIn teacher, she Informed us that one third whole community, not less by Allen items last week Concerning: the accidentto
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    d town Friday last, en route to his of the term was already gone, hl Ulell. Master C. McFadclen. Charlie Is wondering

    old camping ground-Melbourne. etayedovorhere Mr. and Mrs. of Mime\ where his broken arm l Is; he has ui
    Hondry
    spent Rev. James Bolton preached here on Jd
    Saturday and Sunday. not found fracture yet except of his
    Friday in Titnsvllle. Mr. Hendry had large congregation any
    Quite a
    ;
    and took steamer for Sunday. I M arsrr tf I1.
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    Monday morning's nose wherewith he tried to catch the awuo goMp
    not visited town in
    our county some but- listen ladles! not one of your BOX f
    Ielbourao. We under the Impression -
    are
    time, and was both pleased and surprisedat to grace the crowd, or "sootho the saw ball.Mr. '
    x he much surprised at the
    { was very the rapid strides it has made in gener breast. S. Craft, of Averlll, returned from O
    3 '' ago
    > in Mel-
    1a.n"nOtlcoable improvements I
    his last Ho was accompanied
    improvements. summering Friday.
    bourne the 18 months ho has beenaway Mr. Ii. II. Wilkinson has succeeded in
    ',.<\' since from Con- rda
    In Olilo.C Friday, Mrs. B. R. Wilson and Mrs. reaching a fine flow of water for himself by two gentlemen
    :> Buie of Titnsville with their friend necticut and two young men from Syracuse I
    \C t and Mr. Jerome. The Last named gentleman
    . : -F. M. Jolly,, the wide-awake ticket N. Y. who intend to settle in this .
    "
    Miss Sadie Allen, of Niagara Falls, were baa erected a beautiful and con -.rr,:., "q
    ;; \ agent of'the, E. T., V. &; O., in this city, region. How rapidly their country would
    ,i':' has bedn appointed a delegate from Flor- out driving through our town. Miss venient cottage. Improve if each resident would bring DOORS:: SASEJ: :, LJN'DS, BRICK:: : ,

    1 ": ,t'lda; tothe, Inter-State Immigration conMention Sadie was here about six years' ago. Sh Mr. C. T. Verbeke has shipped from back from his' summer trip an equal Limo & Cement, Shingles & Lath. :
    she could not realize what
    a change
    ".- 'at Ashevllle\ December 27th, says his place,> within a year, one thousand Guns Ammunition and Fishing Tackle of all kinds.
    number of friends and settlers. Ship Chandlery Goods,Gauze
    has taken place since her last visit and
    :dpdaiks for all persons going doleftes bunches of fine dwarf bananas and expects Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasoline Stoves, Coffins and Caskets'-'-
    Fv or otherwise to promptly notify all for the better.; Everywhere she goes to make It eleven or ,twelve hundred Mr. O. J. Hector has decided to builda ARTESIAN WELL PIPE a Specialty. Lawn Mowers, Ice '
    _ 3.:\( ; things have a thriving appearance; she before the closes, store on his lot next to Fee &; Ne bltt', Cream Freezers; Brick, Lime, Cement and
    =, bim,so that he can make arrangements year
    notices the greatest change in Titusville. hardware store. The lumber' has arrived Chimney Pipe; Flags &; Bunting;
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    for them. The E. T., V. &; O., is fortu- Mr. Jesse Simmons, and his two Table and Pocket Cutlery; Mouldings, Scroll Work, etc., etc. ,.
    We she will visit this often
    hope place and work will begin at once. Mr.
    .- y, nat ''In having such energetic and charming sisters from the blue grass Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free on application. Correspondence
    and will meet who will
    she many friends L. will have charge of the construction.
    .' Ely solicited and estimates furnished ,
    ,able, representative as Mr. Jolly, and site, are comfortably (domiciled their promptly 9
    her a cordial welcome. will have of
    give The a depth
    building
    h K'' Florida.-Jacksonville Mt'Clopuli,. Messrs. Dick Rocker and Louis K. their bachelor neighbors with sweetstrains fifty-two feet and will be stocked with

    .-The United States revenue cutter Myers are very busy getting ready to put of music, both vocal and instrumentaL full lines of groceries, dry goods, etc.
    out a l -acre grove for Messrs. John and The goods are already on the way and J. S. Watson Co
    __ )Icliivno which is' now on her way from i
    Henry Rocker, two of Savannah's prom- the new store is expected to be open
    JJalrinibre to Key West, Fla., was for All the orange gfbves are looking well 1 before Christmas. ,
    inent business men. They have all the
    r. \ nierly the gunboat Delaware. Since her and have a good show of fruit; the
    brush cut down, and about half burned The Ramona, Geo. Glea on', steamer,
    transfer to the Treasury Department she young groves are specially thrifty,
    oft. They have budded trees engaged to went alhore on the rocks at Eau Gallic, Commission
    has_been greatly altered. She is a large, Without doubt this Is one of the best
    ; set out the whole grove. These gentlemen and It was feared would be totally de
    roomy vessel, and is counted. the most sections for oranges, lemons and bananas AND
    here on a visit to their bro- Dr. Bralnerd succeeded In
    came stroyed. get-
    ""comfortable one In.the service. Her ; pineapple also do well. Nearly allthe ]
    ther, and, after looking Around, liked some plank under her for fenders
    ting
    : cruising ground extends from Jupiter land has been sold at good prices.
    = the out-look so well they were especially and when bailed out on Sunday it was
    Inlet, on the east coast of 1 with the buttlneiw, she not She !
    Impressed orange found was badly damaged.
    C eda'Keys, on the west coast The Melbourne. ,
    from the beautiful appearance of the was taken around Into a safe harbor in ,
    I shallow most of the
    water *tell over .
    Florida reefs, but the MoLane drawing Twlchell and Feaster Kentucky Grove often the creek. The Ramona had just re- Dealers in Fertilizers : .

    only six feet, is able to push her way acres, that they Immediately Invested Winter begins this week. reived a new boiler and been thoroughly ,
    and will soon have planted out a 15: repaired and 'repainted, and was expected
    send I
    storm
    ti. Into every nook on the coast :The Mo The recent will most likely
    tane'ttoompllmeatUtold, U between acre grove. We wbh them success. people south. to start in about a week with a P. Henderson Ac Co'sJrange Garden Seeds,

    forty and ftttlll\en. The Ladles Guild met last week at the, pleasure party for the lower river. We
    ... are pleased to hear the damage U BO ( Boxes '(Crates & paper.
    Palm Beach, Brantley.The residence of Mrs. L. D. Lockwood. .. much lets than expected.The ., 1

    Dr. DuBoee, and family, will arrive la .

    j truck industry is being pushed by time to spend Christmas in their pleasant gale last Saturday was quite CEMENT PLASTER & IIAIR. AGENTS FOR OCALA LIME
    )lr. C. C. Halght is seriously sick. thol'Iuck11OUDI men.' home here. severe. Beginning on Friday with a '

    : % ,':>. weathe but aUright for tomatoes' ,. Lockwood strong wind from the East backed to Agents for the C. F. T. REFRIGERATOR CARS.
    ; ? ; Rainy; Mr.Hosmar Allen is also pushing the Mr. I D. went across the
    ; N. E. during the evening accompanied win IMnUh Can whey DMlrcd. and ass that
    they aN properly YOADEDIc6DnlLir
    .' truck department river Thursday, on a bear hunt and I "
    ;; with floods of rain. Very few hours ED. ud TRACED to DeeUaat....
    Tbebardlst westerly blow that has rls- will owing to the Ugh winds and wave WM I
    It Is estimated that eighty acres
    created a dampening inside M the wind We will Buy all kinds of Fruits, Vegetables Furs and' in factwe
    sited ua la some time occurred on the unable to return till Sunday. Sklasd
    \ beans
    ,.L' be devoted to the cultivation of
    seemed to fairly drive the rain through I will Buy and Sell anything offered to us.
    ,I th. tomatoes.Mr. The Melbourne is not yet but I
    . and open the solid clapboards. The breakwater solicited
    ;
    .' A Jacksonville has been had about fifteen arrivals last week. It; Correspondence on any wants you may have.
    : photographer 0. to raise
    after
    ;, W. Hall trying south of the general wharf was nearly
    -4 kelp and carried away almost the wholeof truck in the Interior of the State last U expected to be In fall running order; demolished and several small boats sheltered -, > Respectfully J. f!. WATSON & CO"Advocate"

    Palm Beach in the form of photos. season, is'glad to come back to Brantly, in *week or ten days. there capsized and sunk.. Ally

    : v Cqm.modVlm.." More has thee and fans on Mr. L D. Hancock's place His Honor Mayor R. W. Andrews accompanied Goode's little sloop was sunk and splitin

    yacht-Idter" In trim, and the 'Drucle" where he says, he has better hope of by Mr. A. E. Bonge sailed I two. Some of the lumber and the. I Joblrintinglfflce \

    "L:!, '!,:and "Aurora" will Soon be launched. ceou. Saturday evening on the St Sebastian I shingles for Mr. Hector's store were I.

    -. L .4; lit>tf;!)' as W. talnhart and Eobt Cook Mr. Winslow Bisbee has arrived and for Tttusville, on business of Importance. washed away and distributed for a mile. I ILLS A C03lrIZtE fI I't mji* OJ' NEW'TYPE OJ' TUJ LATEST /
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    '' #O'k on l)fro BoUUi'i &ew cottage, witt hart MI artesian well pat down The warehouse here U filled ful I along shore. I DESIGNS. GIVE US A TJIIAL '

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