East Coast advocate
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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: December 12, 1890
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Indian River advocate

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Vol. 1. TTJSVXLLE: Indian River, FLA.. FRIDAY, DEO. 13, 1890. No. 18. (

CHURCH NOTICES. -Get the ADVOCATE at Dr. Screven's. -Miss Florence lIardee returned home -Miss Clifford Daniel, Savannah. -Mr. C. J. Schoonmaker Cocoa, Stereoscopes and stereoscopic views ? l .:

Five Cents per copy. to Rockledge, Saturday, from her trip to : arrived here last night I was In town Tuesday.Mrs. at Screven's drug store. IS'r

EPISCOPAL CHURCH. -Mr. Will Gleason, who has been on a anford. i -Don't be disappointed by plantingold H. R. Olmitead, of Eau Gallle, I -Mr. C. T. Sticking,of Boston, Mares If.
Divine service every Bandar morning at 11. trip to Key West, is expected back In -Best best best Fertilizers fertilizers "*' iMr
seeds, but buy Peter Henderson A made a flying trip to town Tuesday.Mr. was In town this week. :
B.I'. Brown will officiate the second and
fourth 8unda-momlng at 11 and evening at Eau Gallle this week. fertilizers-always on hand at J. Co.'s fresh seed from J.S.Watson A Co. W. Guthrie, of St. Louis, Mo., and Mrs. Robt Henderson and>\ .. '

7 o'clock.Sunday School a o'clock p. m. -Miss Stella Hale was on board the'. S. Watson& Cole, Titunille.Mr. -Money I Money! t MODeyll1 1 I to arrived here on Tuesday's train. family, of Brooklyn, N. Y., arrived here '-'

Holy Communion second Sunday In the Sebastian on Saturday, taking a trip to and Mr.G. W. Martin, of Indlnola loan on real estate. Apply to Robbing A -Remember that G. Nolle pays the Tuesday. fMr

Rer. B. 1'. Baowx, Rector. Melbourne and back. were visitors to town Tuesday, Graham, Titusville, Fla. highest cash price for all kinds of furs. and Mrs. S. Barton and Mrs.

-Mrs. Jas. Jones, wife of the auditorof and were quite pleased at the many 1m- -We will open next week a fine as- Titusvllle, Fla. 17-4t Taylor, of New York, arrived at the .

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Indian River Steamboat Co., with her irovemenU that,will shortly take placeat eortment of Christmas good-u Call and -Mrs. and Miss\ Lorimter are In town Grand View on last night's train.Mr. '
Preaching every Sabbath at 11 a. m. 'and T two children arrived in town last Friday.J. their settlement
p. m. Sabbath School at t-M a.m. Prayer see them before selecting a Christmas again, having returned from their trip. to and Mrs. Chas. Clement antiDr.

meeting every Wednesday evening at T M. S. Watson & Co. have just re- -Captain C. F. Fischer's schoonerachtEIlle gift that don't suit you. Gardner Jupiter. W, E. Rogue, of Rutland, Vt., 'wen ,
Rev. Jso. rOT,Pastor ceived carload of and left here for Eau Gallic last
a 60n. 17 ,
orange wraps
-Judge J. D. Broome and wife, of In town Tuesday.We t .
will sell them down. week, and has had a thorough scrapingand
away Try us. Master Frank Watson is back from
BAPTIST CHURCH. DeLand; Mr. J. C. Rutherford and wife, opened yesterday a new invoice
hauled out'onMcFadden's
Preaching every 4th Sunday at 11 a. m. and -Mr. S. J. Field, Indianola, was in cleaning. was. Georgia: on a vacation. lIe has been atEau of Highland Park; Judge P. W. White, I girls neckwear in latest style. Gardner

nt Prayer p.. m.meeting Sunday every school Thursday every Sunday at 7M p.m.at 4 p.m town Tuesday, for the purpose of orderIng ways. Gallle spending a few days with his : of Quincy; and State's Attorney Beggs, & Son. 17' ifl

Bey.A.D.COHBfl'utor. lumber to build a new residence. -Purser C, n. Watson is now engagedon ather. Master Will Hale was down the I of Orlando, arrived in town Saturday Mr. B. B. Hutchlnson of Fort Gtb-
I -Captain Bravo, who has a young or- the Melbourne steamer st.and Lucie, running Charles between river with him, taking in the fun. i evening, stopped over Sunday, and left eon, Miss., was a guest of the Grand ,

CATHOLIC CHURCH. ange grove at Mime, says he expects to Jupiter. -A bear hunt appeared to be the. for Lake Worth Monday. Judge White View this week.
Mans and Sermon at lOJf o'clock a Jn. Sunday Is a general favorite, and many will be sf-f 1,
morning at Masonic ball. set out about 20,000 cabbage plants this principal topic at Sharpes on Monday.I may go as far as Miami where we are -Christmas Is approaching Don't
glad; to see him on the steamers again.
Rev.J.F.O'BOTLB:,Rector. We heard Capt. Sharpe, Mr. Ballentine, Informed ho has a son. the Christmas trees for the little : ,c
season.Don't -Mr. and Mrs. n. P. Shares and
buy any other new gasoline Uncle Jake Chancey, Capt. Bob IIardee -Rev. T. J. Nixon, Presiding Elder of ones. Watch our columns, and KM

METHODIST CHURCH. stoves but the new process. Altree can family, of New Haven, Ct., arrived here and others were to take part in it he Jacksonville District, will hold the what have for sale for
Preaching every let and third Sundays! at 11 Friday, and took the steamer, next day, our storekeepers {
a.m.and 1 p.m. Sunday School every Sundayat sell you all other kinds, taken In exchange Please examine the yellow, name fourth Quarterly Conference for Titus- this festive season.
a 30 p.m. All are cordially Invited to attend.J. for their winter home at Rockledge. Mr. 'a

.N.Joints, Pastor. cheap. IS. Shares _and__ _family_____ _have_ been____ north upu since Up at the head. of. this. paper. or on. the vllle charge, In the Methodist Church of -Lime, lime, lime. Cement, cement, u
Dec. 10th at
Postmaster Scrimgeour Ir asks us to April last. wrapper, and note whether we have Tltusvlllp, next Tuesday cement. Plaster and hair. We are headquarters

state that hereafter he will open and -The Jacksonville Standard says: given you credit for your subscription 10 a. m. Also services the same day at for the above and would like

The Strawbrldge-Andrews close the postofflce at the hours appointed The date tells when subsorip- 3. p. m. and at 7 p. m. by the Presiding
'A lady in the city who is an authority on you your yon to write us for prices before placing
Administration. by government viz. from eight a. m. ion Elder. All are cordially invited to at
fashions says that next winter the old expires. your orders elsewhere. J. S. Watson
tend. J. N. Jones Pastor.
until eight p. m. time hoops will be worn. If this be true -Attention is drawn this week to the A Co., Titusvllle. -13

The matter which has occupied BO -$100.00 Reward given to persons spelling the young gentlemen had better sit closeto advts. of Host Mabbett, of the Grand -Get Albert 8. Magruder, of Rock- -Capt. R. A. Hardee, the contractor'who ''

much attention during the past few the most words, using the letters In the girls while they can." This does View Hotel Titusville; Henry Olmsteod, ledge to put down your artesian wells. has charge of extending the cltlten'n

weeks in the County Judge's office and our name. Write for partlc .1ars.- not apply to Titusvllle because thereare ,dealer In merchandise, Eau Gallle; the He gets the; largest flow of water from dock, has secured all his piling and gotit

attracted so many Melbournltes as 'wit Dunbar's System Tonic Co., Cleveland, very few girls here to sit close to. VJlklnson Cottages, Rocklodgo; the J., he least depth He puts the pipe down. on the ground. He expects the pile-

nesses, Is not a suit by R. W. Andrews Ohio. 14-6t -Christmas will be celebrated at the T. A K. W. Railway timetable; and the ,o hard rock, and will guarantee satisfaction driver up to-day and will begin. driving {
to six
work-from two
In all his
against Mrs. Strawbridge as appears by -Ice-cream festival at the Presbyterian Presbyterian church by the ,Sabbath Clyde Line time-table. i on Monday
Inch wells. lIe has a complete set of
one of our papers, but' is the hearing of church, to-night. Mrs. Poddlson's school on the evening of Christmas day. -Wanted, a capitalist to build several tools for the business. AddressAlbertS. By:; subscribing 11.50 per'annum

the protest of Mrs. Susan Strawbridge and Miss Kate Paddlson's classes. All There will be a tree for the school and brick stores as an investment in Titus Rocklodge Flo. *2tToday for the ADVOCATE:, It will only cost you. '

against the granting of letters of administration are cordially Invited to be present. Come also one for the community. Appropriate ville. Several responsible business men Magruder Three Cents Per Wtrt, l\>.tag Included, '

upon the estate of Emma Straw- and help the Christmas tree along.Mr. selections of songs by the young la- stand ready to lease same as soon as the citizens of Rocklodgo intend to any part of the United States.) This ,

bridge Andrews, deceased, to R. W. An- i Schuyler brother of Mrs. Morton dies will add to the entertainment. completed, for a term of years, at a to entertain the Alllancomen right small Hum,will not ruin you.
drews. No decision has been reached as I royally; and the Standard't Cocoa correspondent -
rental that will interest the
of Heath arrived here Tuesday pay on
-Through the courtesy of Captain W. -Our selection of nice useful article
yet and will not be until the evidence 01: investment. says not a few eyes will open
evening, from ,New York. lIe brought B. Watson, on Monday, one of our firm suitable for a Christmas present, for
Dr. Fee who is ill has been takenat wide at the big orange groves, handsome
Mr. and Mrs. Morton's little'girl, Silvia shown the steamer -Although'we considerable ba- I
was over Georglana, grow residences and the beautiful river of this your lady or gentleman friend will be In

Melbourne.Mrs. back, and both left here for Heath the and we may say that the many useful nanas on the East Coast they are far and they will next week. Can then show you a greater ,
"pioneer country, go
: Strawbridge has also broughtsuit
same night. her will from supplying the demand. We notice
and noticeable
improvements on variety than can be found elsewhere
home with something to think of
in the circuit court R. W.
-We understand that Mr. John As- be a surprise to our river residents. She the steamship Junlta arrived at Tampa bigger and bettor than Ocala and the big Hand embroidered scarfs and ties-elegant -
Andrews. This is a chancery case 01
pinwall, of Eau Gallle, has the fines has undergone a thorough tran lorma-I Wednesday from Jamaica with 33,000 exposition.Col. stylish and handsome. Gardner ft

complicated character. There is every; microscope in Florida, and also the only tion. The Georgiana fs to run on the bunches of bananas, 100,000 cocoanuts Son. 1Ir. ,.
of long and tedious litigation B. Young started for Jackson
prospect hydraulic elevator. Mrs. Aspinwall hasa route between Titusville and Melbourne, and a portion of her cargo has reached and
Mrs. and
) Metzger daughter
ahead, and it is hoped by the friends of: ville Wednesday, and expects to return -
of her window shades and understand Capt: Billy Lee will Jacksonville.
new way fixing we of
Miss Julia Chicago arrived hereon
both parties, especially in view of the sometime next week with Mrs and Miss ,
which is quite novel and she deserve be in command.The .
and took the steamer the foUoW4'Ing
Brook. Col. Friday,
condition of Mr. Andrews' health, that Young and Mrs. Chas.
credit for her invention.Mr. DeLand Weekly News says: S
an amicable settlement will be made and Young has purchased Mr. L. C. Oliver's morning for Gallle They ani
O. F. Brown, of Chicago who Judge Broome has been at home all the relatives of )(r. and Mrs. Wm. Treutler
the litigation discontinued. Wedding -*- Cards noble-looking mare-which Mr. John ,
had been stopping in town for a coupleof week, but starts for Miami to-day to pry
and at their
We shall be pleased to S Mellor has been breaking Into harness are stopping plcturosqe-look-
days but week, waiting for a friend- side over Dade County Superior Court. receive share of hotel. Mr. Metigor who U connect
:; a your f!e.tJ and he be seen occasionally driving Ing -
LOCAL NEWS. Mr. R. E. Bootenus-started for Mel His honor has not gone to Miami, and {Job Work-envelope.,} his friends may to view his extensive property ed with the Chicago Brewing Co., of .

bourne on Saturday. Both the above will not get within one hundred and fifty letter-heads,note-heads dq North-avenue, Chicago, expect to return -
In North Tltnsvllle. Sunday he was
are about to take up homesteads on the miles of that point. It Is true he has a bill-heads, statements, home next week special bnslnem
else.J. White around for awhile
Society in connectionwith tq or anything driving Judge
and General Ooeslp
Banana River, near that beautiful spot, I gone to hold Circuit court in Dade county him back before Christmas. Mm.Metrgor .
-- with the northern calling
Indian River and Lake Worth section who was quite pleased l
Tropic where they Intend settling.For but the place of holding the same is
*during put week. Brief mention of suburb of town. and .also her son and daughterwill
Interesting Events; About People You sale cheap the cat yacht "Rosa- at Juno,'a point which has been the b our probably, remain at Eau Gallle fora

Know, and People You Don't Know- lind." This boat Is a fast sailer, and one county site of Dade County for over a -Recently while County Surveyor few months before returning\ to their

I'Ickeclup! by Our Society Editor.jy of the best all-round boats the river. Major Wolff was surveying the line be-
on S. Watson A Co. are agent for home In Chicago.Mr. .
Size, 20 feet long and 9 feet 8 Inches year.Dr.. E. W. Fish and Mr. A. K. Train, the Moyer patent orange box head, and tween section ten and fifteen on the
and Mrs. St. Geo. lUthborne and
Advertisements under this head- beam. In excellent condition and well of St. Paul, Minn., who arrived here las would like to give you prices before you south side of Payne' creek and west 01 -
of New York arrived here Tuesday
Ing are ten cents per line per week. fitted for cruising either on the river or Thursday evening, has been on a tripto buy other kinds. Peace creek' he passed near a large tombstone family, *"I
their to their
-Mr. V. G. Langhty, of Nebraska, outside. Finished In hard wood, with! Lake Worth and other places on the on the north of the line, among; evening, on way pineapple
-Mrs. A. Becker,of Montreal Canada, plantation at Eden. They came
was a visitor to town last night cork mattresses and cushions for seats. lower river. They were also up the Sebastian the long pines, almost hidden from view
arrived here Friday evening and left the by train from Cincinnati, where they
to B. W. Jerome Brantley river inspecting the grant; with by the saw palmetto, upon which was Inscribed
-Our stores are being stocked with Apply or for where
following morning Sharper, have been stopping for some few week.
Christmas goods. Robbins & Graham, Titusville. tf* the view to its purchase and afterwards "To the memory of Capt. George
she was met at the landing by Miss In Jacksonville Mr. lUthborne met hit
doing board the S. Pane, aged 82 years, a native of Cornwall
-The steamer Sweeuey has been returned to Rockledge on
-Mr.: and Mrs. Geo. :M. Robbins are Ballentine.Dr. cousin-Miss Black, Montreal, Canada-
business this week. launch In command of.Captain Conn., aLto of D. Whidden. Both
satisfactory Egret
going on a trip to New Smyrna, to- ; a F. F. Vllleret, of Jacksonville, killed of Seminole Indl who came by way of the Clyde line flbe
She is paying expenses. It is a well- Canova. From there they took the were by a party
morrow. known maxim that nothing succeeds steamer St. Sebastian for Titusvllle Fla., is 83 year old, and yet he goes ins on the evening of the 17th of July, reported a very pleasant passage. When

-Mrs. M. E. Titus Is In town again, along the streets as pert and chipper. a 1849." Tradition toll n* that Payne, Mils Black left :Montreal last week It
like success, and we have no doubt that highly pleased with their trip. They
having returned from Jacksonville on of 30 Dr. yilleret 1* our late was rather cold the thermometer registering ;
man years. Whidden and McCullock kept a trading
the carrying capacity of the people'sboat left for home Tuesday. :Messrs. W. H.
Monday evening. We regret to hear she conductor's father.Notlce.For twenty-four degree below term
will be tested to the utmost before Earl and S. C. Davis, of Tangerine, were house. Pane and Wbidden had an alter-
1111 In bed.' the benefit of with Indian that eveningand They all left for Melbourne Wednesday
the beginning of the new year. The season among the party. Mr. Davis left here parties cation some
-Mr. R. B. Cable, general manager; has not fairly commenced. Fair to-day for his home. wishing to visit New Smyrna from points while the white were at supper the where they took the steamer St Lucie

and :Mr. W. B. Coffin, superintendent 01 dealing and courteous treatment are usually on Indian River tickets will be sold to Indian did the killing. McCullock and for &:lIen. Mr. Rathborne gave on .
of the
Messrs.: Pratt Bros publishers '
the J., T. & K. W. Railway, arrived hereon rewarded by the public.Mr. Palatka weekly and daily Herald and "parties of five or more on one ticket, his wife stepped out at the back floor sanctum a pleasant call while In town. .

a special car but night They are on Arthur G. Hamlin, of DeLand, proprietors of the Florida Newspaper for one fare the round trip,till Dec. 81st and traveled all night a distance of thirty -Dr. Horace Phlllpi, Eugene D. Sullivan -

a tour of inspection of the line. -0. F. Paddlson, gen. freight and pass mile to the nearest settlement coal merchant and mine operator
one of the legal advisers of the J., T. A Union, which furnishes ready prints toa
-A special train arrived at ten o'clock K. W. Railway Co., arrived in town Saturday large number of weekly papers through. agent E. C. T. Co. They had a pet pig that followed them and Chas. J. Kennedy; contractor, of

this morning with a party of about 400, I ; stayed here Sunday took a trip] out the State, have opened a wholesale -For Christmas comfort go to Al- the whole distance. McCullock wantedto Philadelphia, have elegant and palatial
of Alliance delegates and their suits feath- kill the pig but the opposition of his quarter at the Indian River Hotel
consisting a* far a* Melbourne and back Monday; supply depot for the sale of envelope, trees. Overcoats, $4; 13.50

wives.' Several of our prominent citizen* and returned home on Tuesday. :Mr. cards paper and all kind of stationery; ers.30 cents per lb.; mattress, 11.60;wire wife finally .-Bartow N'tIJ.. Someone say :Mr. Kennerdy shoot alligator

accompanied them a* far a* Rockledge.The Hamlin had never been below Rockledge needed by job printers and expect to springs, 12.75; chairs, 60 cents; prettyjal- -We wish to call the attention 01 at night, from his river window, awhile

Indian River Steamboat Co. placedone previous to this trip, and he was so pleased sell anything In that line cheaper, and bums, 60 cent*; bed mattress and pillow those of our citizens who expect to putdown the Dr. and :Mr. Sullivan sleep

of their steamers at the wharf, with Indian River that he hope It furnish It much quicker than It can be ticks. Gasoline stoves, $... Oil do., new sidewalk to the one which soundly and are shocked and appalled .

ready to receive and carry the Alliancemen will not be long ere he can visit this procured outside the State. We wish $1.20. All the above are brand new ha* recently been constructed by :Messrs. at the dreadful slaughter of the Innocents

to Rockledge and back. section again, when he will, probably. them every success and believe they will goods. Furniture made to order or re- Duren & Feaster around their store awmarket next morning. They had quite a

-On an Interview with the new general bring his family. Mr. Hamlin I* one of fill a long felt want. paired. Room fitted with matting or Th material used I* a shell pleasant experience at the Haulover,sad

manager of the J., T. A K. W. system, the law firm of Hamlin & Stewart -Capt. Bob Hardee was at EM OaDie carpet. ISO marl which become almost a* hard as one long to.1 be .remembered. To tear

this morning, we Immediately realized -I hereby announce to my friends and :Monday. He went down for the purpose -Th. Yolusla County Abstract and cement after It baa been put down a Commodore" Bell, of the good ship *'141.I :..

we were In the presence of a gentleman. patrons that I have secured the service of interviewing Captain Watson, and to Investment Company, with principal short time and Improve with usage aDd I ly, slog at midnight" "Where did 10 '

Mr. Cable state, b* considered the Indian of a first-class artist :Mr. Fred. Hand, make arrangements for the purchase of place of business DeLand, ha filed article will probably last many year On car get that hat, and W won't go home

River branch a* the most Important formerly of Chicago, lately with C. H. the pile-driver which baa been lying at for Incorporation with the Secretary load of the material cost $15.00 and was till morning was better than an the '

of Us system, and came here to give It Colby Co.,of Ocala. My photographic the mouth of the Eau Oallie river for of State. The capital stock I* sufficient for one hundred and fifty feet. fish, deer and alligator stories ever beard

Id first attention. H* also stated that room will be remodeled, and such Improvement some time past We understand Capt. $20,000 all being fully paid up. The A board walk costs thirteen cents per at the festive band of the Indian River

he recognized the Importance of Titos- and alterations made a* are Watson fixed the price at 1150, withoutthe company U authorised to make: out and running foot while the material referredto Hotel. The Commodore I* a royal good

Till and expects to greatly Improve the to do first-class work. The Inside machinery which is owned b1 furnish abstract of title to real estate, win only cost from eight to ten cent fellow. Chaff Hart was quite exhausted,

facilities of the railway for transactingits : new necessary firm will, hereafter, be known a* Capt. Padduon The price asked appears to guarantee title against any defect, per foot, according to distance from depot baiting and )*ffi Mij la the fish 1OtD8'deat.Ir. and the
menu next day suffered to .
boala*** ker*. Hand A Turner. With many thank for to us to be a very reasonable one, pay taxes for non-resident, conduct a ; 1* much more- durable and la not himself
real estate business and to loan affected by the tramp of horse or Sullivan proved victorious
-Cr. Frank Forster1 sloop Ettie has former patronage I beg for the so we presume this ornament to EGaDIe au general command'
your sailor and competent to a -
M. W. mule We citizens to examine ,
The are urge our
Incorporator ,
been hauled out on Simonson' for continuance of same, with the assurance river-which a young lady said money. .
way large: ship.lMM.lt. 'f'.
Arthur G. HamUn and Isaac. A. Into ILl superiority over lumber for makeI
looked like ship at night win be re Sargent, .
an overhauling and repainting, Paul that '" can please you. Respectfully, a ,
all of DeLand. sidewalks. Contixutd n fnat .
moved. Stewart l ,
Kroegel doing the work. J. P. Turner. g "


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,fh8' ast GOBS! Adv. C iaf / shall Interest be direct! to the people at now tau I ,- .considerable senators in who annoyance*.states thcl Alliance! I. "a
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senators were in caucmMondsv

__ _, :_' FLOniPA._ AT OCALA,,FLORIDA._ public 8. That and taxation pHvate. shall be,*' more Dearly N < Flf-TY-FIRST CONGRESS. : Republican evening for an hour and a half, STATE PABAORAPHED.- :
- the orderofbusineM. ,
-, equalized 1n the co.ridcr.tion j
by requiring all enraged
_ The railroad capital of the world iaestimated IMPORT ART MEASURES LOOKING TO THR shall bear a Just proportion of property Us bur THB LAW-ltAKKRfl or UNCLE SAM'S DOM AIX The main topic of duesionwasfhc -. Florida will send her- full quota off
den. LOADS AT WORK,-rUOCTISE: OP" TUB!: national election bill. Af. delegates to the immigration convention "l t
I TnE rnoCaEDt'cos 4. That alien ownership of land should novaE AND BKRATB EACH Di T'& IROCEBDIKOS ter long discussion the caucus areed. at Asheville, N. C., on the 16th inst. '"

According i to the Ciirmt a/lt11J1"11g JI be resisted and prohibited TERSKtY TOI.D. hat the election should bo taken up in Forty.elght mrrtirages and ninety-fire i
6. That public transportations should -- 'the senate Tuesday, with the understanding dceds.were recorded in the office of the
there U probably rro town on earth v.iere Tho event of the format The second session of the it shall be kept before that
Monday was be owned and controlled by the -govern Fifty-first :\ that county clerk at Jacksonville during the *
patent medicine are consumed to suc.i'an opening of the Florida Semi-tropical exposition ment. Congress convened Monday.At body until acted upon. of November. %,

en6rmoui-extent as id Coot4 1tinoplcu..keft at Ocala, which for the next 0. That no class nor interest should be three minutes to noon Speaker In the estimates of the secretary of tho The county tax levy Is two mills higher i';

; ;- ninety days will be under the management taxed to build up any; other class or in* Thomas R. Reed 81| peered at tho east (Irea.\lr'.IIcnt to ('On"rco- T-'M""v for sri. this year than last. The total levy fa''
.-= of the State Alliance, and will be lercst door leading to the.speaker's lobby. lie propriatlons for the next fiscal year, the nine mills divided as follows /'
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it is laid to be a lace tbat aeventy.Bve' known aa the Annual Farmers' Alliance 7. Hint public revenues should bo paused just a moment and then, with following recommendations are made for county 8) mills, for schools ; '
exposition during that period. The building !limited to an honestly and cc nomlcally flow and solemn tread, entered. There r To construct quarters for enlU- purposes 4ifl
.nft of every 100 people chew their food Georgia; mills and buildings and roads abridges i,
is several mile south of the and demonstration At his steward at
' city, administered government, and for tho was no appearance.Lcaninor'Upon ted men and hospital 1 mill. ;"
Da the' 'left aido. Why and wherefore {s h devoted to exhibits of Florida productsfrom further security of the public! welfare jet the right of the spoik r's Augusta arsenal $4,000To establish

,thisi And what is the explanation all thn forty-five counties, mainly them demand: stand Mr. Reed remained motionless, a light station at entranceto The signal Elation at Jacksonville I is to

J' 'thereof queries the AtalantA Canitttvtlort. contributed by county and local Alliances. 8. A Just and cqui'table( system of graduated surveying the house. The Democrats St. Catharine's sound, $20,0(10; be changed from second order station '
At 2 o'cl ck it all smiles and All around $1 to first order station. A hew set '
p. m., wall declared taxation on ncomes. were laughter./ an additional light at Doboy sound, V of i
scientUt who
Let some knows formally opened by Director General 0. That the election of United States the hall they were in little groups. radiant ooi; a range li. ht at St. Simon's, $1,000; self-registering instruments will be turn- }I

everything explain.VJctor Henry Long, of Marion. The speeches senators shall bo by a direct vote of the with smiles and triumphantly congratulating post lights on the inside passage between ishcd part of which have already are

-.--- which followed partook more of the nature pjnplc. ono another. Around Judge Crisp's t'avnnnah and FeroandinA, $4,000; con- rived. This is another step forwartfor

licninuel, the heir-apparent to of a welcome to the national dele- These demands are the necessary! and desk were a Bcore of members telling utruction of sewer for M con poatoliice, Jacksonville. '

pates and the replies thereto than of ad. legitimate outgrowth of our rapidly advancing stories about the campaigns the respct- $SOlJO; to complete wharf at Sapelo DcLand will entertain the representatives \
the Cj'Owo' Italy, assumed, a Cctitiom dresses usually made at the opening of civilisation: and the highest ive l States: tied ovcxsionally branching oft found, $10,000; saNrics and expenses ot
A- ,title frhilo traveling in Russia and Gcrxaany agricultural/ and industrial expositions.Dr. consideration for he. public welfare and to say who should be the ncxt'gpeakir. On collect.rs and depute collectors of inter- their grand tour of the State, Dec. 10th. :

- not .long ago. The title happened Thomas P. Gary mayor of Ocala, safety thnuld impel us to earnestly and the other side of tho house there were no nal revenue for Georgia, $44,000; For At a meeting of leading citizens it wti I

-j to,belong I by) heredity to an impecunious made the opening address) formally welcoming persistently! endeavor to ingraft them groups Each republican member sat continuing building operations at Fort decided to give a royal welcome, such
the visitors and extending the upon bur governmental! politics alone, silent but ready for business. On McPherson\ Atlanta, $120,000; introduction as should not be surpassed by any pointon
Italian-who has now sued the Princo for freedom of the city. lie was followedby A LOVE re AST. this picture Speaker Reed gazed until the of electric lights in the Atlanta custom tho route.

compensation for its use. (Governor T. P. Fleming. Governor At the hands of the great clock were together. house In the Augusta post-
conclusion of President Folk's $2,000; Mrs. II. K. Ingram, of Jacksonville, ,
Fleming was followed bv lion. Kobt. F. address the Alliance resolved Then ho stepped up solemnly, grasped .
-- -- it-elf into office 2000. has received her commis ion as alternate

Prince Meshtshersky; editor and pro. Rogers whose ,remarks president were the chiefly Florida of Alliance welcome a sort of "love feast,'' during which C. I saying the old:ivory The gavel house, pounded will be in the order.desk.'' In the house Tuesday Mr. Erank, of member of the board of lady ,manage '.
A. Power an old union soldier from Indiana introduced for reference a bill the World's Columbian
ot the Grtuhctanin the official Missouri, exposition.It .
- : jprietor ,and deprecatory of sectionalism lie The members hurricxl to their scats. Then
moved that all tho union making an apportionment of representatives ia dated Chicago: October 23, and is
Runils declared thitt the Farmers' Alliance the dramatic blind raised his
of serious chaplain
journal makes was
I.' a proposal soldiers in the hall, who endorsed the in under tho eleventh census. T. W. Palmer
_ to be the which discord hands and invoked divine aid and congress signed; by president, sod
II to bis Government to forbid the agency sentiments expressed in the speech! of sup It provides that after the third of John T. Dickinson, secretary.The .
was to be Uuried. Ocala is a pretty town port. The chaplain's amen and Mr.

publication of alt newspapers in Russia, of 3,000 people and the center of the Prcxtdent with reference Fouths to ,the of burial South of ccti Dakota.,nal,. Rogers!, of Arkansas, was upon his feet March, 1803 be, tho house of of 356 representative members, full report of the comptroller of
excepting lila own. He would spare his orange and phosphate interests, and is ism, rise to be counted. The motion to announce that Mr. I'rcckinridgo! w.S composed the several the currency, which was made public at
with the alliance who up ready to be sworn in. As the Arkansan to be apportioned among Washington, Saturday: morning, shows
'owa for the reason that it is the official overrun delegates, prevailed, and between forty and fifty states follows Alabama 9, Arkansas !!:
number 800 with ladies and friends. walked down tho aisle tho : that the banks of Florida drew drafts
rgan.! The Czar is considering tho President stood up, amid the wildest enthusiasm, I of 0, California 7, Colorado 2, Connecticut other banks for
? Folk's annual message was arm a colleague, a mightycheer against $35,125,031 during
and three cheers for the
gave old confeil- Florida 2 11
natter.i the moot important Item in tho first daft went Up from the 4, Delaware 1, Georgia tbe past year. Tho corporate exist-
_ _ orates In the Alliance. Then it was the Idaho 1 Illinois 22, Indiana 13, Iowa 11,
tirocccdinaa.. extracts from which is riven the democrats. A half dozen other members ence of no Florida banks hAs expired and
: may'expect: to hear a howl from below. After congratulations to the order, the confederates'old turn, and they cheered who succeeded to the vacancies mido by Kansas 8, Kentucky 11, Louisiana 0, none will expire during 1891.C. .
soldiers of tho
Union with a Massachusetts 13
Main* 4, Maryland 0, ,
; ,"remarks the San he says: voluminous heartiness that raised no death and resignation 'were then sworn Michigan! 12. Minnesota 7, Mississippi 7, P. Atmore, of the L. &N. riilrosd. \

;CAr n cll, "over the latest ex "Profoundly impressed with the doubt as to the genuineness of their feel- in. A recess was taken to an nit thopresident's Missouri IS: Montana 1, Nebraska was in Jacksonville a few.days ago con ,
magnitude of this great revolution for reform ing. message. At 1 ::30 it came in, suiting with the officials of the F. C. ft

in Vienna, by which the move Involving issues momentous and and was read at length. Then the house 0 2, Nevada New 1, N 8,w New Hampshire York I I P., Alabama Midland\ and S., F. & W.
of a dog's heart were photo- stupendous their character, as afft'ct-; The adjourned.In Jersey Ry. companies for the of )
r important news of Wednesdayls'j j 84, North Carolina 0, North Dakota, purpose securing
the and future welfare of the the house on We)lncsdayaftcr read.
ing ,
the of third a through fast mail tram service from
aod transferred
to discovery a
? a on party nearly Ohio 21, Orion 2, Pennslvania 30.
the mind i. di- I ing the journal, the speaker stated tbe
people, naturally
u. There will be a trail over the public 1,000 000 voters, organized read and Rhode Island, 2, South Carolina 7, South the Northwest via the Alabama Midland
rected to this meeting with anxious interest pending business to bo the furher consideration -
waiting to follow the lead of the Farmems' and S., F. & W. railroads.'
Dakota 2 Tennessee 10 Texas 13, Vermont -
of this it would if not solicitude and cannot of the copyright bill. After a ,
dog though ,
I Alliance, If it should roo fit to strikeout 21, Virginia 10, Washington 2, A Washington dispatch of Saturdaysays
debate of hours the bill
i'W ctll bo unmindful <>f the importance and roe two was IWlcd
justifiable to sacrifice a in the independent I ne of the commission which is '
people's of With- West Virginia 3, Wisconsin 10, Wyoming : The to examine
vote 130 95.
sponsibility that attaches to. actionaa by a yeas : ; nays,
dogs to give specialists moro repreentatlvca.1tAGRICULTURAL yoyr piart,. This body is the ColoredFarmen' out reaching action on any other measure 1. The bill provides for redistricting the gulf coast for a navy yard site

on the workings of the heart, in Alliance, which met during the the house adjourned. the States and that representatives to the will meet here next Friday and consider
DEPRESSION. day; and for the first ,time revcsltd the fifty-third and subsequent congresses shall plans fot its tour. It will probably leave
the' increase of diseases of this Referring to the depression in agriculture fact that it is ready to withdraw entirely I, In tho senate there was no dcmomstn- elected by districts composed of territory hero the following week. It is expectedit

;, may bo chocked." be says: "Never, perhaps, 'in the from the existing parties, and throw its I tion. The opening was quiet ai usual. contiguous, adjoining and compact will go first to Florida. visiting Key

history of the world has industry and strength into a third and independent On Tuesday the speaker laid before BO that tho distance from the central West and Pensacola, thence to Mobile
economy of thought been more intensely one. Seventy-five thousand negro votes, the house the senate bill referring to the pont: to the several boundaries shall be and New Orleans.
; Washington Star off this court of claims tho claim of tho Chesapeake
gets -
enRaged than for the I I. are represented.
post two and the
;years as n arly equal as practicable, Tho Florida Fruit exchange executive
i- Cincinnati women beMore this in the of the Female college for property destroyed
may country investigation CO5DEMSINO THE FORCE BILL. the The bill popu ation not greater nor less by committee have chartered a steamer and

.1 ,beautiful than richest dreams of causes which have conspired to place agriculture The manner in which the Alliance con ,passed during 121 war. 80. was In more than 8,000, than the average<< prei,ared tho following announcement:
BO far in the icar in the race of yeas ; nays, population of districts 'In the State.
Oriental loveliness; more tender than the material This demned the force bill was equally important the morning hour, Mr. Simonds, of Con- "Wo now announce officially that the
'tj progress. investigation, .It was introduced by :Mr. W. SEE HUNS AN ENGINE. first ship will arrive at Jacksonville '
purple light that falls at eventide in the earnest sincere and searching has led to necticut, from the committee on patents, on or
8. McAllister, of aft' it had about December 7. This Ibo
Mississippi, r called consideration Bra-
up for the-copyrightbill. ship,
eoramer when the sun bids good night to i the general if not universal conviction
been submitted to the northern and The bill went over as unfinished ham, will carry 10,000 boxes We bare
: I that it 1* due in large measure and in Miss De Barr's Trade is an Unusual
sUthe ,
; more brilliant than thepearl t'o western delegates. The resolution is as business and the house adjo roed. arranged so that we can be able to trans
most the discriminating
\ part, impartial One For Woman.
that shines far down in blue follows: I a from Jacksonville
: the and nati .nal Among tbo various communications\ port oranges to New
grossly unjust legisla
: depths 'of tropical seas, but they can't tine Emboldened by the rapid growth States Whereas in his, The president of the United and petitions presented In the senate There arc few petticoat engineers in York at the rate of 30 cents per box."

drive a Corse, aud of the thirty accidents of its (the money) power, it baa recommends, annual and message the to immediate congress Tuesday and referred were numerous"pe tho country. Miss Annie Do Burr, of Mr. A. M.\ Ives, manager of the Florida -
In levied, tribute on the great political urges/ titions for the amendment of the tariff Chicago, is probably the only ono. She Fruit exchange, regarding the orange
occurring that city through carelesaaoH passage of the measure known as the bill by providing for a rebate on manufactured i Is tall slender
parties <>f the country, which must bo a woman, with light eyes crop, gays that the exchange's estimateof
c-f drivers t"ont.Jlvecharged paid in servile party subserviency to its Lodge election bill; andWbcrens tobacco. Also the annual reportof and delicate hand', but she can run a from 1,750,000 to 2.0UO,000 boxes for
Said bill involves a radical the secretary of tho treasury. Among stationary engine for keeps. Four tho entire will be found be
to women, and an ordinance will be greedy demands. High places in politicsand revolution in the election years crop to nearly
government have been intrusted mllchlneryoftho the bills introduced and referred were ago; she began her rare occupation in tho correct. Of this amount nearly 1'2.
passed preventing their driving horses union both state and national audIts .
to its chosen servants and suborned leaders two free-coinage bills by Messrs. Teller & White Swan Laundry, on Clark street. 000 boxes ga: to the eastern markets,

c vntesa accompanied by somebody who who scorn the will and the interestsof of passage the will and be fatal to tho autonomy Plumb one by Mr. Daniel to allow' a She was then twenty-one years old. Hero about 90 ]>er cent. of this is still to f"I
states cherished
I knows)how. the people. We are rapidly ,drifting liberties of rebate or drawback on tobacco and snuff she shoellud coal in tho furnace and moved. So there is a big freight

-- from the moorings of our fathers and the citizens. ;_and ..h. held in stock on January 1, 1891, and blew tbo squawking- whistle with all the for somebody in the eastern business

r Bays the h--London Bo\ot 'One of the stand today in the crucial era of our free and wnereas will be, Bold:partisan bill is in partisan its application in spirit one retary by of Mr.apr Infills.authorizing'iculturo to distribute tho seed secrc-to gusto of knew a man that in a greasy the jumper. Few The following counties sent carloads !
Institutions of free form of engine in the
most* Instances know of the governmentand thus revitalizing the ghost of sectional citizens of exhibits to the National Farmers' Exposition -
striking we of Chri.tlan civilta lion. To rescue /gory of Konsasand, Nebraska who have basement was being miuned by a worn-
.wlvJom estrangement: and suffered from eiro gbt during the present on for the haJ : Jcff<'rson, Volusia, Baker, [
of o'ur, ancestors is the prediction, these inestimable blessing and interests employees been sworn to Sumtcr and
Whrrea Citru and exhibits from almost
In the ,
is of Bit William 200 that from tho impending peril, should be tho holy war we year. Tho calendar was thru ttkeu up secrecy, and Miss Do hart uid not talk
Potty, ;years ago, hove declared against sectionalism, tho mimi several bills passed, among them the about her work, for she is modest every county in the state are in
of all a
ia the nineteenth century London would nclf-iinposcd the land duty; patriots throughout firesides of the fnrmets of the north, rest. senate bill appropriating ,.7 ,OOO for ci cat arc and oppose i to notoriety. place. The Dunnelloo Phosphate corn-

; l contain 4,000,000' Inhabitants. And ;yet outh and went are citadels around which public buildings at Stunton, Vu. Mr. Two years .ago Miss Dc Barr took hold puoy has placed five tons of their rich I
the heaviest battles are l being fought, and 11 ar moved to proceed to the consideration of tho big rock on exhibition. The Ocala and Blue I IHiver
I there were no scientific statistics ia ,Sir Regarding the organisation ho to the end that twenty.fonr horse-power engine have immense boulder!
says ? victory may crown cur of the house bill to amend and supplement in a machine-shop on Lincoln company an
William petty't; day. In fact there hadbeen "Since our lastaonual meeting the city crusade, let fraternity and unity reign; the election law of the United and Wells street. The machine avenue on h nd that is the astonishment and]

scarcely anything in that line since of St. Louis the states of linois, Indiana,. therefore, I bo it States, and to provide for the more efficient had a bettei m,, ter. Day after day never it wonder to thousands. /
Michigan, North I Dakota. California' Colorado Resolved Bv the
the enforcement of such laws. Mr. I hums and hisses as the
of Norman William's"pootnsiisy engineer
complication pretty
West Virginia Pennsylvania and and Industrial Union of America Gorman demanded tho and in hr ,
t on bright
yens ays print
; Book." Excluding the Oklahoma have been added to the roll of in national elrl'si. rakes the fire The Red Cedar of Washington.
c' assembled, That wo motion. The jeas and nays were taken, in the furnace and fills the oil
I London district from the metropolis our supr< mo council. Organizers are at do most solemnly against the and tho Miss Do cups.
pas- vole, a strictly party one, resulted Uirr takes euro of all the
roper, Perry's prophecy was wonderfully work in the state of Washington. Oregon sago of the Lodge dec ion bill, and we yeas.41 ; ray, SO'; so tl e election machinery attached to tho 1 engine. ,She The Seattle (Washington) Post-Intel-l
Ohio, New York, Now Jersey and Arizona moat earnestly petition our senators to bill was taken up Dud tho clerk! began to mends the belts, climbs around the shaft ligenccr says: Anybody who, travels
en t. But before the end of the and in all these states 'the fields employ all fair and defeat the western visit!
legal of
to read
means it. 'I he reading of the Mil was log like a girl in a cherry tree in part Washington, or
;1, century, ,nine years hence, the metropolis ,sro ripe unto the harvest, but tho laborer this unpatriotic measure, which can result tin shed at 4 ::'M o'c"Ok.! and the senate time and polishes the mountings cherry the numerous islands in Puget Sound

c proper,will hold its ,OOOOOO. We shall are few,' I cannot too e irnestly urge in nothing but evil to one common then adjourned. they shine liko her own pretty until or further up in the Gulf of Georgia,wU|
upon'you tho importance of devising end beloved country. In tho senate in Most eyes remark a peculiar tree th
know Wednesday, presenting people) woula believe that occupying
ia a few months When a'1< how a woman
means and methods for the prompt occu. Resolved further. That a copy of this a petition iu amendment to the tar ff in skirts and tho like would rugged barren domes, where ,there :
I* this monstrous growth to stopt[ pmion, of these and othir sates with preamble and resolutions'be warded to bill in relation to th i rebate on manufactured and hartl-lLite.1 at this kind of get work giiray, but scarcely handful of soiL It belongs I

competent and active orgunl en." each senator in congress. tobacco. Senator Allison said the Miss Do Burr docs not. She is as neat 'I the Conifers, and it is commonly call

The Berlin correspondent of tho Loa-' LEGISLATIVE: EFOItM. I I conferees on the part of both houses had and tidy when she leases hit work Western red cedar or juniper. This ret
.. To promote legislative reform ho recommends TO JE INVESTIGATED.!: f, agreed to (bat section of the tariff bll.1 as the petted maiden she the as cedar of ours is a very peculiar tree, anil
don jV.iM writes: "There is ,a strange that thin council authorize the. passes on way
About a week ago there appeared in the conference report would disclose, but jo her home. Shu run that differs in leaves, wood and fruit from
story- current concerning the reason o( organization of a body to be known as !' tho 8t Louis Clttbe Democrat a long dispatch had been oinitttcl in the enrollment. Mr. horse-power engine like a "-. similar Eastern species. The trunk i"

.thejiiddon recall: last month of the DaD the National Legislative Council of tho' dated Atlanta, and headed "An Cullom introduced a bill to reduce letter. ahino.: : frequently, enormous, for it mewunl

j itthj Minister in London, M. do Falbe. It National l Farmers' Alliance find Indus Alliance Scandal." 'The statement was postage to 1 cent. Mr. Call offered] I Miss Do Barr was born in St, Louis of often eight feet in diameter, though tbi
trial Union to whom shall be committedthe : made that had resolution French tree itself is tail in highcl
60,000 been paid for the a directing the superinten cot lather and II German mother not especially
i "k said that negotiations were proceeding charge of such legislative reforms as influence of Alliance newspaper, state of the labor bureau to report as to the nut in look*and manner she is thorough. altitudes. It has very strong and pOKe

:between'the British and Danish Governments may; be indicated by your body. and national in behalf of.v. prominent extent of the phosphate industry of Flor. Iy Amerit anHer father Ii dead and fut limbs, mostly bare at the end,<4

$ about, the cession of Heligoland to AMENDMENTS PROPOSED railroad attorney who was a can"i- ida, the number of laborers emp'oyed with her earnings she supports her wid though here ,\and there densely cove

'Denmark. The object in view wa that President Polk r< commends five constitutional da'e for the United States senate and the opportunity for the employmeutof owed mother in St. Louis. Pi>eakinn. while the top in old trees is almost af
: >.mendineat The fifth Li a in Georgia. This ,won terrible, attackon labor in the future development of that about her occupation( Miss Do Burr laid" ways dead. Sometimes the tree is i

't Denmark, after having recovered Heligo bombshell. It lays: Culhoun, Livingston and Macune. industry. Mr. Piumb suggested that tbe I I asked Mr. T. Ball, the proprietor of: broad as it is high, and is merely

land, should code that island to Germany "I respectfully suggest to your body President Polk was subsequently: made a inquiry should extend to all the states the mchioebop! for the eugllltcn.blp, weathered stump, though if ly acciden

1. in exchange for some Daniih di. the expediency and advisability of requiring party to t be track. Livingston Macune containing phosphate deposits. Mr. Call and ho at first thought it very strange the soil is good, the juniper Washinc

any officer of ;your body who and Polk the time specially interested, assented to the suggestion: but the resolution lie felt doubtful about giving mo a trial ton attains quite considerable heigh]
tricU Bohloswig-IIolstela. The above may ba nominated or appointed to anycivil ; have united in a demand for an invrsttgation. I went over till Thursday. A long although I told him I had 1 aatnle The red cedar is more like a block

story souad improbable, but should office to tender the resignation of A committee of one fr m each and interesting discussion took place on ence in this line However, fperSd rock than 2 tree. Even ita bright chi

state has been appointed, and the three the subject of the Indian him to let me try it, aud namon-colored bark looks somethinj
4 there, be t grain of truth in it, then we his office promptly upon his acceptanceof situation. The the trial was so
wauU understand why Germany hastened such nomination or appointment." gentlemen to be investigated have especially debate was interrupted at 2 o'clock by the satisfactory to him that he soon gave md like a deep hue of porphyry. The winof
i Then cornea the president's deliverance requested that there shall be no eloition! bill coming up as unfinished full charge of the engine-room. 1 don't the Olympic Mountains has no pow 4

toJ bring>> about the Anglo-German agreement on political action, which is as follows: whitewashing. 'I business. Mr. Hoar, in charge of the think he has regretted it. There has not over it; the heavy and rigid trunks r

even at the price of some sacrifices An intelligent conception and comprehension Kill-- -.-.-Tf-) *->iut-- .In.. ...;-._.. f v..9 ,.uu I.. .f..,."_*. ...flab... UQ__ been the slishtest ar.r.id..ntln .1,. -.T :__ this tree defy the power of the storm.

U Enit'-Africa. Apparently German of the relations and reciprocal The Invention of DetloU'J. reporting the bill at the close of last session room sinceI haveroiruJ; : Y'h' ;::; Is always silent, no matter if the WW-
he had addressed the .tteoded to all the roars in canons and pines I'E
obligation between the citizens and the senate repairing and mcnd- uproots
of this curious It I. difficult to the invention of upon
.diplomacy got scent government is one of tho highest attii- place it, he would now forego auy opening of log; that was to be done now and then firs; or if the day ia calm and full of sul
: bargain. In duo time." Lutes of American citizenship.and underour bellows, as it U stated that they were the debate. but would content himself in these two years. In fact, 1 attend tl1 shine, the burly juniper is always fcl

p.-- form of government, one of the most used in Egypt la tho time of Thothmes with answering whatever objection every sort of work that Li necessary about movable, always rigid, like a column f

: It should be remembered, urges the important and responsible duties devolv- III, 1490 B. C.. and are represented on a should be made to tbe bill on the ch m. III enine.Iown 1 start the tire every duy. I ice, and grand in its silence; and U
tomb bearing the name of that Pharaoh, ber. Mr. of Indiana .hut and rake tbo dies it is from old for the jtw
Turpie tires only
1f.r *Orleans l Tinun-Ibnuxr&t that In1inany irg upon the citizens is the attainmentof thereupon out every age
his knowledge. Hence, first and foremost probably as emblematic of his character opened: the discussion in opposition. evening and I do DIy 01"11 tiring alt per can brave the storms of centuries.Surprised .
_the Socialist political orgau1it in our "declaration of principles," Our common bellows, consisting of two !:Ct -Cbicllgo[ Herald

) embraces what in England is the we ann"ULte that we are "to labor for the boards joined by a piece of leather, wa JtOTES

4cwqg; of the Liberal party, and education of tho agricultural ceases in early known to the Greeks and Roman Superintendent Por'er has issued a TRADE REVIEW. Aa 'Unfortuute Catch.
the science economical in Strabo falsely ascribes the invention toAnarcharsis bultttin -
: that (J the increase of its vote government showing many represent BUBUItSa MeN GROWING
enormous a ttrictly non-purlieu epint and so bring the Scythian, *tiQ was ::oe. lives each state would have in the houseof MORE CAUTIOUS
repreMBt* cot so much the growth of about wore perfect union of classes." vat with Solon. Wooden bellows were representative numbering anywhere lXEXTCiDl.V OBLI
-eo iatiaUo.M of radical and republican 7 be great absorbing question, let known in Germany in the sixteenth century front 3J2. aa at present, to 375.: R. G. Dun &: Co'- 1i1tiL4litS

; H also voices before the American is but the name of the inventor U not The the archly
; principles.: tbo growing me repeat people, known. secretary of the treasury on trade says: The past broken 7eek
popular sentlmeat against.militarism. It not whether the democratic or the re- Wednesday sent a letter to the house, in has Dot Improved the busine
publican party, with their evident tubcrviency AXATLCB; TUBATRICALB. which he said it would take (400,000 to The difficulty of obtaining outlook
: Is a. noteworthy fact that the German commercial
tolLs ll ti and I
w> corporate complete the Chickamaug: park. lIe loans increases, not only
wbAluu aer.ve4 his time in the non-com- money powers, shall be in the ascenden "What part am 1 to take!" said Chap recommend an appropriation of 230,. but at most other pol tS.at New The York,

'.- a4raiks of the army is nearly ala cy, but the question is whether under our pie."You 000 to bt) spent during tha next year. and other leD 'el'l, from the Ingest bank
are to be the heroine's to the
form of government the citizen father 100alle
republican ,
Socialist unless ia The president's the force appear to baa5
wsxs some potty replied the stage message put been io.
dollar shall
or tho be the sovereign. manager: bill bfixe tbe duced by rteen,
senate in such a form events to
; The hatred of the "What dots be dot" as 6trengtheu
Government oaaploy.
Let the people here represented continue th"Dlaelvea.
to the Merchants
compel attent on of the have
dies pubiieaasenators .
reiterate and with increased 'He ten years befits the curtain grown more
the emphasis, cautious
military amanent ,
general among .. ... sod immediately after abouh1tendlng
U on th. tint ar-* adjournment obligations
tint that silver restored or
shall be
; G to its and metal ,
dignity place aa a money !
apprehending that
jr*-ing deeper* aDd the multitude aeoWtt with all the right of coinage and all the Mount Saint Kliaa, in North America oa the measunt. cut down sou-ewhst retail buying may be '

M'-,from (to Iro. rute'- SwiUerlaai, on Wednesday pasted a resolution diapoajUo W '
klleL Jks Tyrol. of when Kshennaa ''HI be *
_ucvpt |Ja the mecens of ocaiiax*. and with to economize in view -
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f' .. *per tnt greater than for the same period of isaT latlon which they maintain, Is largely In our In certain cares of,citizens and upon, of the election petitioner supervisorV a certain TI FLOOR OF THE! SEA, MAKING TOY SOLDIEH3. -
number -
and 29 per cent greater! than In the ...", ix-ricxl oE favGr. the registration -
1688. And no far from being an art to limit exports lint total exports of merchandise to Australasian and made It their duty to np"l. officers, to An Industry Springing From the
,I confidently% believe that nniler it wa Khali port during the fiscal JB ending June S", of voters conducted to reeltler. topersonally Some Queer Facts About the Fun)
secure a larger and more profitable participationin leuu. were 'II,2U1.4K4 while total Import' challenge person olYerlnl tU Prussian Military Spirit
i foreign trade than we have Tr enjnjeil, and merchandise from these port*wr only 1 ,2iS 6 inspect their "rejl.try Little Shell In the Ocean.A .
that vf*shall recovera fimt'orfionste$ participation If we are not willing to see Important lists. and to afhx of Identification and the E Leon DuplossS, the Vice Consulof
trade of world. withdrawn or continued with Vancouveriml'stitutevl the irsti for the purpose for tho Wa Star .
In the ocean-carrying ShIp line of raudsto attend at elections and remain witter bnstol Franco at has
The criticisms ul tuo uiil that Ham mime to us for Baa Francisco as the American prevention are all cast at the Nurcmburg contribute
from foreign sonrves mar well he rejected for re- I terminal, congress should put it In the power of with the boxes nntil the vote list and looked through a to the Bulletin Consulairo a very
believe that the general to make a liberal increase and counted; to attach to the registry bottom of tho thrco miles down be- manufacture of
png-nancy. If these!' critic really the postmaster statement touching the accuracy lea esting description of tho
adoption of a free tradepoilcyorof tariff rate. I In the amount now mall.paid for the transportation ofthis election and rturn. *any of the registry and .1"UoI. and nenth the $ there is ei'erLitstlug I' he toy in lead for' which the
would diminish
having reference tolely to revenue Important take and transmit >o the clerk of the hou" otrepresentatives of water that would 101.iO'
the participation of their own countries thecomm.rc. The South Atlantic and gulf por Olpya1'ery evidence of fraudulent prac night a pressure artisans and Furth have
< of the world their advocacy and promotion favored position toward the 11- which any be presented to them. The same ru you to a jelly in a moment and an long been famous. After tracing tho
and other form of organized. commerce which the reciprocity CI.11 of Ue may ( descends
by Speech portant of deputy silence while all tho time -
for the appointment eternal whiohdates
designed provides of this
[ and the postal shipping are : history industry
effort of this movement among onr """Iile.re. the tariff act marshals to attend at the poll.,*np- continuous early
rare exhibition: of nniiolfliihnesa In trade;and, on to promote. Mcainshlp lines from theseports United States In the of their f rora abovo a gcntlo and from the Seven Year' War and is
If sincerely believe that the to some pun of bouth America will port the supervisors Ilaharl shells contrijutcd -
iboothir hand they connection between the duties and to arrest persons election rain of almost microscopic duo to the influence of the Prussian mil-
tariff iollrr by this country ilmost certainly effect
of a protecllve .. familiar title of 'forfttnin-
adoption will inure to their profit and our hurt, it I.noticeably railroad systems of the continents long beforeany laws. The provision have Ulll Into by dead animal called Itary spirit end to the enthusiasm excited
stranjje that they should lead theutcrv continuous Hue of railroads can be put Into the revll,1 statutes ben put execl.the because their little limy house Frederick the kent and
against the authors of a policy so helpful operation. The very large appropriation made by great political J'arlel with iera" with small holes by decriblol
the south
to the'lr countrymen, and crown with their tgvrthose st the last session for the Iaror Oalvea""'A north a* well .in by lIng It pierced of the phaps!through which it Jlod.
who would snatch from them a aubatantialihareofatratlewith Instilled,as It seemed to me.T th the our of petition, a required.. we shall through which they extend portions M. Duplcstiis described in detail '
other land. alre"elylnado- tions. Tbe grrat feel the advantage Is noc question now have one, their for the tho
election wa jelly-like ; hlch rough
south c-eli to the raw-or bodies'erhap eren operations by
to their necessities. There Is no disposition of trunk lines to the as as feoer.I -but of such i
quate for nearly years
to prohibitory the new markets opened fot their and of necking into a smart-looking
any o( onr people promote and of effective law. Thepresent purpose metal l is convCrtet
among eat shall have an
_. ..tlil.-tnrv ,vMrn.a.'Jul pollclesare adopted surplus foodS products, and for many of theirinAnuracturea whether we slops just short of effectiveness, for shells that all tho chalk beds of the world soldier with knapsack on back and arm

not ;the burtot; the others, hut to secure for our- projucw. surrenders 1.0 to the local autbnr"let all control _____ .._ The white cliffs of Albion,
transmit to hand.Tho
those advantapes' that fairly prow: ont of 1 bad occasion In my last to congress the primafade I In .
< onr eelves favored position as a nation. Onr form ofgovernmentwith a report adopted by the International American over the certification seat In which the esablshel seen from; tho English channel were first thing Is to make skctcho of
universal mffrace, the subject of the Incorporationof right to a \ ia
incident of conference, upon I This defect should be cured. The made of tho same material the intended Oreat palm are

make.people it Imperative from the that agitations we shall and save our distresses working to an J Inter.tlGn.I .American. exchanges bank between with a view the -'Ive.equality of "Ire.entaUuD nd the of everything purity of now land was sea. Tho very stones of bestowed on flures.. The best artists do

which scant work and wages that have no margin states represented In that conference Such an the that electors Is valuable mu.In our maln"lned.system government islost. which the Pyramid of Egypt were built not hesitate when asked to supply mod.
comfort always beget. But after? all this Is institution .uld greatly promote the trade we elector inn.; be examination to bo composed -
for of an found
The and in making
done 11..11I be found that our markets are open to are seeking to .develop. X renew qualllc.tGn. the ....* are upon els for these toy soldiers,
friendly commercial exchanges of enormous volume the recommendation that a careful sought In however oplnlon.p.juI.\ wholly of thcso "rhtzopods. Dr. their sketches they have to in mind

to the other great:; powers.OCR amitVwell-gimariled.chartrr granted. I do not of or the fears elector of any c.tho. ballot IIW.rll.mlot free from Flint of tho Nltonl Museum exhibited certain fixed while bar'bol they
should Include those ordmarlyexerloel r\lesl
TRADE. think the powers ; of fraud
FOREIOX of fesr and the enticements ) material
and de- the ambush some sketches luivo to
by trust guaranty scraps broulh make colored they
induction into the office .ae that none shall gainsay -
of true open
the time my the t'Ount.o
From that more branches the from Ghizch. All
direct colors
and influence \ Such law should be absolutely nlnIartlsln avoid ) and select gauky ,
given It. a
power authorized than tint
of using every should lie are of
the duty "' of shells
for the developmint l'nltff' and Impartial. should the advantage region, ho said, wns much prefer. They
law to the executive department to accomplish foreign exchange : I Ilv. modo1 which so
,toy ) majorities.Surely
of larger markets for our products *. It Is quite important" thu prompt action to honesty there and is the nothing contrI sectional abut this kind. Geologist cal i"miunrnu- must also possess a ful knowledge of

especially our tarm products, 1ms been kept constantly should be taken in for tills better matter communicationwith In order that I this creed, and if It all.1 happen litic tack," because somewhat tho military costumes the period to

In mind, and no effort: baa been or will be any appropriation and that the penalties of law enforce those resemble in 'shape tho money of tho an- soldier lie-
: these countries, any agreement which tho they represent
that end. We are under no here and not there, it is not
t snared disadvantage to promote any foreign market except that mav lie made for reciprocal trade. may not hehindered right f.1 law Is sectional, It Is because cicnta. They are readily enough discerndwith longed, any anachronism in this respect
of making ex.:
we nay our workmen and workwoman better by through the inconvenience European money centers, or happily!crime Is local and not unlver-al,nor should tho naked eye in thn limestone. Tho fatal to tho success of tho mode
are pild elscwh..re-hetter abstractly, changes of It l forgotten that every law whether relating to kind to let tho Star belnj
than enough
wages )'the tribute which is Incident I enacted doctor wits Nuremberg at Furth slate
better relatively to the cost of the nect'saarIeavlife. blrl"ne\ a election, to any other subject whether by all
I do not doubt that a very largely increased li'll for of the business.relief of the court has, the .,.te or by the nation has force l>ellh"ll\,. mim look through I glass that magnified moulds are used for figures, while bmss
trade is accessible to us without barteringfor The IItpr..ml The the marshal or constable, p secomltatus by about ten diameters at some for those in relief.
of discussion, a position cO\rtl moulds employed
for such nrmlucts after many ye.ir all and always Iwblnd ore
market are I
home prison
our from
of the it either farm and shop. our own people can supply, here final action Is easily attlulble. and b I I oharmonised the law. One cannot be justly) charged with nn. specimens which ho hud raked up Tho slate for tho former is bought ntPonneborg

orthewaeesof our working; people.In hoped that any difference the essential feature may of friendlnless to any section or circa who seeks only the bottom of tho ocean three miles down In Thurlngia anti tho tin
of the products of wood andiron, and n to save to restrain of law and of personal right. tho Atlantic is live miles deepin ,
many have advantagesthat this very important measure. In this connectionI rel.ton or moro- which is Kngland, is lte(1nnd
breadstuff, we
and No la.le.lles. I'r..lt."le.NG
In meats that the wlnI below tho 1lchRe.lln
renew my rPmmon.I"tlon its floor as far
and earnestly It
only need better? facilities of Intercourse district community < to have knmf some places through a
transportation to secure for them large fGN'lgnmarkets' salaries of judge readjusted* of the that Unied them*shall receive the officers who are cliur jed with th'lre'ervtWmof sea level as tho peaks of the' highest orifice. The sketches of tho figures hiwe
The reciprocity clause of the tariff act court b* 10 the public peace amid tOe restraint of the criminal it-and mounted for
wisely and effectively opens the way to secure a less than .O per annum. classes are thonuelve the pro. mountain aro above of course, first of all been engraved up in

f i\ 'large reciprocal trade in exchange: :; for the free admission MEXICAN I.AKU OR AST*. duce of fraud al.I vIGI'no. The magistrate is inspection. .. .. .trttilila Tim lilU mptnl anon DVVU utirucuswhen
w tii our rorts of certain products. The The '...ttla.'' OI if llm.u UIIHUJUBLCI -Snftnlsb jmiiiau amiMexican then without respect and I lie without sanction.: : One can hardlyimagino moro tile pmUIUI. in and tho
.r .. nato make for cannot lie leveled aim anything it has been poured ,
( rlrbt of imepcndcntuatiu land grant, and the urgent necessity The Hoods of (lawlessness shelli tho
.;' I special; reciprocal trade concessions is some commission or tribunal for the made to. run in one channel. The killing of a interesting than these little workman then removes tho figures, cutting
established and docs not impair1 providing marshal carrying a writ of arrest than oneeighthof
States of them not moro havo
well of them, biggest
t out
of title growing
\nlted off oxcrcsenccs which1'
4 either the comity due to other powers, trial of question election offense is lull of Prompting and diametor-ol any
:.. what is known aa the favored nation clause were twice brought by me to the attention of con- suggestion to men who are pursued by any mnr. an inch in its greatest been caused by tho molten metal running

),,"" or so generally found In commercial treaties. What eres* at the last session. nil have been reportedfrom thai for a crime acaliiot life or property. Hut I dentures that have done so much to irmke Into the interstice .
4. for an adequate agreed consideration both houses upon that this legislation. will Under this over
Is given to one the proper cOlmlttees I. said rvive tho world it is to.day. to bo painted
cannot be claimed by another freely. The the and very hope that titi.c.ingreaa and some have even suggested when the up A Tho soldiers then have ,
If 'state of the revenue was such that we could dl.I .- subject pitt an end to tim .delay which haatteuded peaceful methods of fraud are made Impossible comparatively BRal magnifying power and thIs is always dono by women, who
duties coffee, tea, of the disputes as to tlt'es by Intimidation and utmost
nense with any import upon thesctlieiiient they may be lu\IaM..d they bOllly.aod each woman being giVen
of and molasses tho claimants under law to any qualified work at ;
settler If
bide and the lower grade between the .Ul violence. .JI1'.a .
of presenting varying
and that the large advantage: resulting to the these These disputes retard the pros.perity elector by a hair's more than elaboration structure certain number of figures at tho beginning
) countries produolngalld exporting these.rtlcle. by Irralt.. the peace of large and In'I'ur- his equal Influence or detracts by BO much characteristics according to thou I of tho week. Tho system !
list entitled us expert: of New : elector it I. fatally Im.
t placing them on the free ant communities. Tlie governor from any other qualified different families. For example,
a fair return in the way of customs concessions In his lat report to the secretary of the interior, peached. Hut It the law I* equal and the nU many 9'lontod' i to place a dorcn figures
St upoo articles exported by ns to them was .a suggests some m"hncatlolll of the provisions uf mosaic It I.I to evoke grow out of the fact that tho lens first brought btoow !OIpearlychambered apiece of woo slit up Uio centre so
-L obvious that to have gratuitously abandoned this the pending! bills relating to the small holdings of some electors have been accustomed to exercisethe nhutiIhlsei-8t nil upon When
opportunity to enlarge out trade would have been farm lands. I commend to your attention the franchise fur other a. well l for themselves, world as to hold them in a fixed position.
looked for all tho just
the interior upon to be contested events they Is dry sho turns Itround
,an unpardonable error. suggestion of the .certar10 then these animosities ought ono sido of tho figure
There were but two method of maintaining this without shame and cannot be given any weight In like thoso famous shells of mytlv and and tho other. Her wages
control of this question open to congress.; To subject.HATlOXAt JUXKIlPrT IAVT. the discussion without dishonor. No choice Is with tho sheen ol
p'aoe all oftliesert1cles upon the dutiable list The enactment: of a mtianal bankrupt law I left to me but to enforce with vigor all law In. story, shining four shel> are very poor, not amounting to- moro
eubjecttoauehtreatyagreeientaascouitlbe secured to. the citizen hU constitutional mother-of-poarl. Next came from which
desirable the consltutlon tended! to secure than five or six marks a
or to place them allq presently, upon the still regard A very of this subject, rights and to recommend that the inadequaclei ol in the shnpo of lnrlYBnals with longhorns weck tho brush
free list, but subject to the reimposltlon of specified having given:; congress jurisdiction such laws be promptly remedied. It to promnta dozen mut bo deducted
duties if the countries from which we received It should bo exercised, and uniform rukl provided with zeal and ready Interest every project for the and following a and colors, which phobias to buy herself.
them should refuse to give; to ns suitable for the administration of the .lYalr of insolvent development of its material Interests, its rlvr.h.rbr. bhclls of lobster-liko shape with calcareous of tho men in tho foundry
reciprocal IvenefltK. This latter method, I think, debtors. The Inconvenience resulting mines and fatGrle and the Iltl."nce, whiskers. In each set of The wages week
It In ad- law of IllecRon. about nineteen marks ,
advantages. expresses 1
posso ses great occasional and temporary of security It CIIIU average
of to reciprocity arrangements from tbe eercl.e Is not one or two of tho shells were women
Vance the consent congress: nttlcs and Its homes accepted .ulclen while there arc.a good many
from the conflicting
affecting these products, which must this power by congress: evidence of to any state or ."CtIOI. sected. That to they were cut inhilf
;.otherwise have been delayed and unaat'CrtalDe.Iuntil statecoile. of insolvency which come Into force cannot add 1rlon.\lne.at election practices that I City, also employed as founders who earn good
each treaty was ratified by the senate intermediately! should be removed by the enacti. disturb local r.ultl. but rob the elector. so that could see their interiorstructure.

and the necessary legislation enacted .\'nt of a simple law.Inexpensive and permanent of not other only states and sections their most nrlccleti Dr.:Flint had managed thli wnpe.final also intruated to wo.
by Experience has shown ..PonAI bankrupt treated in the 'Iho process,
congress. political rights each shell
that some treaties looking to reciprocal trade ITEB.UtOS.L COFVB1CI1T. AS TO Arr orRJTO I. by fastening is that of packing tho soldiers,

t have failed to secure a two-thirds vote In thesenate I aim renew my recommendation in favor otlegislation The preparation of appropriation end of a pieco'of sealing wax and grind which are placed in boxes of 80, GO, 120
for ratification and other paving passed to bill should be adequate to the need o( the puulto it a line whetstone until
the concurrenceof affording just copyright prGtCctGn tree from lag away upon 240 (weighing one-eighth, ono-
that stage Have for years awaited service but they should be absolutely! the or pieces
modifications authors,on a footing of reciprocal allvDtage half In this manner -
she bouse and senate in such foreign was gone. one-half or'ong pound) for tho
our revenue Uw as were necessary to give effect for our author abroad pro 48
to their provisions. We now have the concur I may till be possible for this to In. 1 venture to again remind you the brief time a structun infantry, and of 13, 24., or plocct
rence of both houses in advance In a distinct anti au I jura to, by suitable legislation, $ remaining for the en.ldertlGn of she Important the magnifier as complicated and (of the same weight) for tho C.tVnlryThese '
definite offer of free entry to our ports of siteclflo awaiting your oiler no as tho biggest you saw, Son-
to uniformity and increased safety in the legislation now attntGn woodca bout all como from
required to deal In looking is dl.cbarged .- i it
articles. The executive is not for waste. If the present made to realize that
margin tho obsctver was
conjecture as to what congress will accept. Indeed use of cGupier and brake upon freight train engaged with diligence, fidelity and courage the Sebcrij, In Thuringlu, the cost of thosu
this leclprocltv provision is more than an int..tate commerce. The chief work of the fifty-first cGogra. may be confidentlysubiuttt.d was once tho dwelling-place of a ))1ing! ono-elghth of ft pound, whichare
offer. Our part of the bargain I. complete. Delivery difficulty In way is to secure agreement to the considerate judgment of thaIIRNJAHIM creature. holding
'i has. been niado and when the countries a* to the beat ippllances, simplicity, UARBISOV, by far the most numerous, not exceeding
from whlcu we received sugar coffee, tea anti effectiveness and COt being considered. people. Executive twcernberl.lS'JO.PBOMINENT Some of these forarutnifora were in tho 100. These boxes
lildes have placed on their free lists such of This dlfflailty will .pnly yield to legislationwhich D.lun likcncsM of transparent glass tubes, bulging one .hlln. per Imagine
should be based full Inquiry and Impartial all so it is easy
our products aa shall be agreed upon as an equivalent upon and toward tuo are
for our concession. A proclamation of that tests. The purpose should be to secure the in the middle tapering how poorly tho workmen who produce

\ fact completes the transaction, and in the mean. cG-GpertGnGf all well-disposed man"lter and PEOPLE. ends, while others were strings of opaque and who issalu nearlyall
paid ,
time our own people have free sugar, tea. coffee fearful tact that every yur'a.llay white bulbs with tho finest of prickle them are I
and hide The indications thus far given are involves this ."'rlf.of 2,0 Ive and the die of consumption. The soldiers
very hopeful of early and favorable action by the of 20,000 )'OUII plead both VA2CGUST MOODY I* growing stouter all over them. Not a few specimen rovcmblcd made of solid leal are packedin

countries from which we receive ur Urge imports With congress managers against any and a.great of silver b crept into bit so closely tho work of tho glaxs crncrall canesmade
cardbcard boxci
% of coffin and .tlgar, and it I. confidently believed needless delay. dea the
,1 that If steam communication with these countries The subject of the conservation and equal distribution blower that you would hardly Imngtno 'In Nuremberg tVift,
of the water the arid region hir.DU1 well known at a Biblical of ,
t can be Irowptlyllllproved and enlarged the next lupplvof they wcro not such. Four sjicclmous made
In our ha* had much attention! from but PJOW1 of Worcester celebrated boxes thor
,' year will show a most gratifying! Increase conges. Bishop gingerbread
\ ..well asof has not been Iholl b an interesting variety rclmblelmOlt ,
exports: of breaduuffs and provisions, a* yet put by tho ", Each layer
:} nent and basis. The urgencyof Eugl in color and the ono
some important line. of manufactured goods satisfactory closely shape roll thin
the not out of JOHSSOW I* ex-President leaden soldiers is separated by a
( mroiiTAxr MKASCIIKS rExumu. subject do. grow EABTHIN t breakfast form
at were
the large demand for the use of theme The pDt bang cats ; other and the wholo regimentis
sheet of
In adcUtioa to the Important bills that become present Grover Clenlmd. i t Ono lot had paper,
but out of the danger highly
agriculture pretzels. wood
beds of
laws before toe-adjournment. of the last session, land In the Wbt Houe. bedded between two
and the sites meessary
supply and
seme other bills of the highest Importance were I catch basins may fall Into the hands of Individuals MR.THEODORE IRVING, the founder of the aspect of so many young shavings the latter taking tho place of

well advanced toward a final vote and now slant or private corporations and be used to rend.r.ub of Kin1 Daughters, i* the widowof mushroomi, another of a set of oroamentl tho shaving formerly used.

upon the calendars of the two houses in favored I II servient the large areas dependent upon a nephew of Washington Irving.FRoit plates with perforated designs, an paper
has a fixed limIt Ply. The owner of the water la the owner of the day P. of rose-colored flowers <
position.. The present Mission noon till four o'clock every of lot an-
I\ and if these measures are not now brought to a priated lands however natural the water titles sources may run.and Al necessary unal'pr. T. Barnum take*a nap, and during those other of so many balls of translucenglas Little King ACon.o'* Ways

vote all the work that has been done upon reservoir mites should be held by the government hours no one I allowed to disturb him another of several bright, new
them by Ibis congress is lost. The proper con for the equal ore, at fair rates, of, the homestead of the Boston and % with Whenever the King of Spain sees .
sideration of theM of an apportionment bill and settlers who will eventually take up these land PB.ISIDIMT Bus A china soap dishes for the walbstaoJ whom he knows
of the annual approprlatiou bill, will require not Tbe United States should not 1( my opinion, banr deeID. an their covers on, another of five firemen'shats grandee or gentleman
only that no working day of the session shall be undertake the construction of dams crease of salary from fHOOO t$12,000 a year.THI another of candy balls another he calls them by their Christian names,
lost.but that" measure ofCABBTIXO minor and local interest or canals, but should limit its of Spain at eight o'clockand cream their surnames without their title,
shall not be allowed to interrupt or retard the work to such survey and observation Queen die rise at sir and of pineapples, another of silk cocoons or .
progress of tfcuse that are of universal Interest. as will determine the water supply, both surface goes to bed at tn and making her and so on ad inflnitum. One of custom always reproved by bis governess.
la view of these conditions, I refrain from and subterranean, the area capable of irrigation spend a hour at prayer i that "Eh! XiquenaJ"exclaimed\ the King one
I, bringing before you at this time some suggestions and the location and torag capacity of reservoir toilet.JctfriCB! the most beautiful specimens were passed. The
that would otherwise be mane, and most earnestly .. This done the use of the water and of thereservoir BR&WBR of the TTnttel StateiSupreme ground away to show the internal structure day BI
Invoke your attention to the duty of perfecting To site might ba granted to the .pectv bas.removed bU bear 4 ani might have been called the Khleld governess, who knew that tho Couot.
the important legislation now well advanced. States or territories, or to v"IDI.,or a Court father dead and that the
b claan- was .01
some of three measures which seem to. ma most oclation upon the condition e necessarywork low appear the bnaai a of Achilles, so elaborate was the design
I. Important, I now briefly call your attention.. should be constructed and the water furnished i shaven lace, of its concentric circles. inherited the title, obssrved, 'Sire, permit -
I deetiso repeat with added urgency tbe recommendations at fair rates without Pro- to remind Majesty that the
I dhcrlmlnau..nr tb has theseforaminifera me your
Eapiuoa dead is with
ri contained in my last annual message rates to be subject to I 'VILL.Uf The better one acquainted do the honor to addresiistboDukeofllivona. .
relation to the development American steam turn or by a board of water commissioners duly f euor .ob. to' of the moro respect one bus for perll1'hol you "
lines. The reclproity clause of the tariff bill constituted. The essential thing to be served is cu", grand cross of the Ordar into view their usefulness The King
be largely limited, and Its benefits retarded the common and equal use at fair rates of tbe accumulated lie! Easle. them, taking burst out laughing, and "''be
''In" diminished. If provision is not contain- water supply. It wee almost better that as their beauty. Some of them obtain ucllmo I
...-. ) made to encourage the atab- these Jd remain arid than that tho who TUB private correspondence of the Prtac wel carbonate of lime that makes their Duke[ of Jlirona; this I Dut

of flrst-ciaa steam commu tneu should become the Slavs.. unrestraiiied of Wales Is something H. is maid it of cnow that Is Xlquowst! Are you notCiquenal"
onormou a i
between our ports and the monopolies the one essential by separating| by. process
of such nations as meet oar overtures fur control l to receive: four time si many a day from Its solution in the he adJo addressing .th
I ports element of l.1'aO'aDI eQp results. .. A? tltA. ITnltAl'_ orates. natural chemistry "
.I- enlarged commercial exchanges.'na POSTAL 1UWIIHY.Th. a co rreatathc u. .." water. Others make their dwelling by Count. Yet, Do you see,

t FOBEJOX KAILS. n.. of the telegraph by the postofflce department Tn poet Jon Boyle ORellly* grave la building them of such materials as sand little King went on, "this woman has .

I The iteanuhlp carrying the mail .tatedly and as a means for the rapid transmission o Holyh Cemetery .Brooklioe, Mass., will mania for giving people new name
tho they gather
frequently, and offering to passenger a comfortable written communication Ie t believe, upon proper b makd by a giant boulder of erller.t and employing Doesn't she pretend that Juanito" (so officer .
Safe and speedy transit, U the lint condition about feet square : mere'y for the purpose of mortar to
) terms,quite desirable. The government do.D rok t.e. of the Guard much loved by
el foreign trade. It carries the order or the buyer own 01 operate th rlrod. and it Do tl fasten the part of their toya .
t' but not all that I.ordered or bought IS fives to think, own or ole" telegraph! I "WILLIAM the English poet, delight houses compDent Flint is trying to the King) ''i 3fsrtiuit of bHo Mayor

a : the sailing vessels such cargoes as were not urgentor do however, seam to contract be qult practicable the fo in rul.Mall appal.1 aDI notbDI pleases find out some good way of getting the <" "Indeed, sire, bob; and you will

perishable, and indirectly, at least promotes companies government it does with th wll telegraph him more.lt ti for a sheila that still remain sufficiently intact permit me t remind your Majesty that

\ the important adjunct of commerce. There Is to carry at .specified rates rro emn\tlGn seafaring( man. Mr. Morris I* a r&Ut of the of stone which he be should b 1 addressed," replied th
now both in this ccantry and in the nation of as tba sender may designate O I (Uty-tix year old. out of pieces h be stupid," wu
Central and South America a state of expectancy transmission. 1 recommend that such legislation ar1 wha obtained from the great pyramid in overneU. "Dol'l th .
I and eonnd. iice as to Increased trade that will give be enacted*s will enable th pontoltice dep Sis ofJr.tD England.baseball der that ha examine In detail these monarch's an"'er. "this i I. Juanito,
I doublB value to your prompt action upon this inset fairly to test by experiment the .... WII Influential may the other Xlquena.-Vorriero do .
I question. of such a use of the England, visiting the VDIC Htt things that were of remote antiquitywhen I '

I The present situation of our mall eommanleacloa 'AVO" 'lrpb BILL 8ir: John bas been round the wol t.lea Itameses the Great rule Egypt pole .
I with Australia illustrate the importance of If intelligent and loyal of American of
witnessed the
any ompu sport .
I early aetl..f congress. Tbe Oceania Steamship citizens were required to eop. the essential ha a uaUD thirty-five centuries ago.Ilungary' Three BaU in Pugilistic .En
% Company maintain a line of steamers between human onwlll of I do not MiLl CLABA. BARTOI, the famot R .

I Baa Francisco, byduey and Auckland, consisting doubt that will abtolnia unanimity they would Cross nurse, Jives.quietly 1 W.'f counter.
I .f three Teasels, two of which are of United begin with and honest election, and it U shunning notoriety. Hbe> b Laboring Population. -

c Mate registry and one of foreign registry. For gratifying to know that generally there U a growing IbUUO a from she but -- A merchant in Binghamton, N. Y.,
year eat
1 the service done by this line In carrying mall, and non-partisan demand for better election a ieit
we pay annually tbe sun of $$.JO, being a* estimate laws, against sign of oopa and progress the t only tWUO o th'I cevo&r According to the last special consul rex uw a strange combat not long ago Ha
( the full sea.nd United buWslnUud pue- mutt baseline depraving undeniable fact th charity. the State a squeaking noise under one of his
'sage, which is the limit fixed by law.tilt. that election laws and mh. Suva HOLCOXBB. tb* converted Louisville >rt issUed from Deportment bead moment later there rolled
colonies of J>ew booth Walestend Austria-Hungary 739ujnd helve, a
are sometimes cunningly ramU'er. who now coo of it Washington aol
New Zealand haveaaea paying secure minority control, while violence (lKr._ ) Evangelists i tbcfu and 838 loom* running on out gray rat in a pugilistic encoun
annually to the bias 37.000 carrying the maiM complete th* shortcomings of frauds. -o th ct i.aD power clawed and bit at *ach other
Vrwm bydney and Auckland; to ban Francisco. In uiy hut annual __g. I suggested tltb. .ptle ct arpets; that the industry employs 1,260nen ter. They much absorbed la
*]h contract entice which th'. Vay..Dt..an development of the existing law providing fed butte Albert coat i truaf ul 1,000 women, and find, children; savagely, and were 1

in have*d i refuMii
\''A'nited States ball pay a\uore eijuitabla proportion The. need of such a law has manifested au IIOARD, of WilD"coon tp f per week and women from ft.60 the lookerson.A .

of the whole runt nc<>e eary to maiauiu the many parts of the country, It wbolcsuiaa restraint BI b.i released fro t eM o oc thi .t and men cat walked leisurely up and alto
a to
$2. ,
ta-vie.. 1.... aUriatd by the puotuuuur general and penalties will la alt Tba will fill IDJ.DI&iet power-loom "fr stood by waUbtnjf row. Afk.fo .
bat tbe V'nited Scales receive 1orearJogthr constitutionality of such legislation ha. bites on dairy B&igerKtat from f 4.40 1 $3.73 women from tb
t_. tpl" te
&ustralian mail brought!: to Sea: Tmjic-mo ia afttjiued. Its probable eJectf, n.e Is evldll > but a Ohio, Mew las.n- fl.70 to |I.1 week. JJeveu hoursconstitute minutes the reJ .
phees suamers.uul by rail ui Vancouver ettiuia- by the character. uf the opposition thai I w and Canada.TBC pl hour's broke away and scampered off
fed annual Inccui uf $7 i.uoo, while, a* I keys sta it. It ti* been dvnoanced a* If It were &bU't I worl ope-half l ill the seemed to
;...._ are pajrlag native the support of UM.tea_ exercise of federal poser and an Invas ia of tba house that U being built 1 WasbIn: time being .to dinner. The Into hole. Then tt
Pbll. line that bring his nail to u.only S48.0UU, rights of tha .er Nothing could be fartherfrom ton by the widow of ex-Senator Chrt. product of / think it wa tie for to do some-
-armg an annual surplus resulting f ruin this serotcaMKM. tb tth has already fixed the Michigan. be tbe ) yearly AUtrolnaga' but she too late. Tha com-
: Tha trade of the United Stales Uuu of lueaibersof It residence J t It i* boilt mills.is valued afcr 911 ro thing,
lih Australia which. la a coasiderabla part has declared that you 'U daubers cae and stone and t took o whr duct nearly Aconsumed\ at home.- bat ints were safe, ana probably g..
brick ,
arrlaU by l.b steamers, and the whole. of which must ba by wnuca ot printed b It has pro- l i reconciled after $ ( *UOW el"
practkJj dependent QO& the mail communi Tided fo the appointment J eourtf poblu building tbaa a private hoaee. (CcO Tim (New York Jourtal.


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and 20 per cent greater; than In the...."' period Of favor. lain number nf citizens. of election 8upenler -
IMS. And l. no far from brine an act tA limit ex* totalesporta of merchandise to Anstralatlan and made It their duty to supervise
I'Ortel confidently believe that under It we ahall port dnrmgthe fiscal year ending June S3. then of voter* conducted by the state ofllcen, to Some Queer Facts About the Funny An Industry Springing From the
aeenre a larger and more profitable participation Ire, were 'll.A ,4ic|, while the total Imports of challenge person offering to reJfer. t
in foreign; trade than we nave ever enjoyed and merchandise. from these purl'reDnl'$4,277...'6.U personally inspect and tcrutlnlz Little Shell in the Ocean Prussian Military Spirit
that w.ahall rrcnrrra pmt>ortionate rcrtlvipatlon we are not willing to sea this Important steamship list*, and to affix their names to Consulof
In the ooean-carrying trade of the world. line withdrawn or continued with Vancouver the list* for the purpose of Identification and the the Washington Stat E. Leon Duplessis, the Vice
the: criticism ul tun Dill that have tome to u* "" ...tltoted for Ban Francisco as the American prevention of rodsto attend at election and re A wilier for France at Nurembur, has contributedto
from foreign onn*. m"y well he rejected for repngnancjr. terminaucnngrea. should put U In the power of the boxes until the votes are all, cant looked through a magniying glass at the tho Bulletin Consulairo a interesting -
If three critic reply believe that the the postmaster general to make a liberal IncreaseIn and counted I to attach to tbe registry list and bottom of the sea down beneath very
'Adoption of a free trade policy or of tart IT rates the amount now paid for the transportation of election return any statement touching the accuracy description of the manufacture of
i having reference solely to """enae. would dlinln- this Important mall. aDd falrnel of the registry: and election, and the Surface, where there Is everlasting the toy soldiers in lead for which the
lib the participation nC their own conntrle in the Thlt Month Atlnntla and gulf ports occupy to take trn.mU co the clerk of the house of n of water that would and Furth have
commerce of eworldtheiralvntsev and pro'mn1lm very: favored position towards the new and Important reprasntativesanyevidence of fr.ndulentprao nIght pressure and artisans of Nuremberg
by dnocch and other forml of commerce which the reciprocity clause of tines which may be premised to them. The same rsh to a jelly in a moment an. long been famous. After tracing the

effort of this movement among ont peohgeareatare the tariff act and the postal hlpplng bill are da- law provide for the appointment of deputy eternal silence, while all descends history of this industry which
exhibition nnaulflKhncM trade;and, on signed to promote rtwamshtp lines from thesepuIta United States marshals to attend at the 'fIol"IUI from above a gentle and continuous early ,
the other band If they sincerely believe that the to some northern port of outh America will port the titelopervlsors in the discharge dates from the Seven Years' War and is
contributed -
,adoption of proteouve tariff policy by this country almost certainly effect a connection between the duties to. persons violating the election rain of almost microscopic shells due to the influence of the Prusssian mil
will mine to their profit and our hurt,it Is railroad system of the continents long before taw. The provisions of this familiar title of by dead animal called "foramin- excited
noticeably strange that they should lead the soy continuous Hue of railroads can be put Into the revised statutes have been put into exercise house itary spirit and to the enthusiasm -
outrrv against the authors of a policy helpfulto operation. The very large appropriation madeat by both tbe great political parties, and In the if era, because their little limy by Frederick tho Great and describingthe
their countrymen, and crown with their favor the last session for the harbor of Ualveston was norb.* well .in the couth. by the filing with are mostly pierced with small holes which it has
thora who would snatch from them a snlntantlal justified, as it !seemed to me, by these con ldera. Our of petition required by the law. It which, they extend portions of phases through paed
hare of a trade with other lands already Inadequate tions. The !neat northwest will feel the advantage Is noC tbffn. a question whether we shall through M. Duplesbis described in detail
to their nccculties. There Is no dlnponltlon of trunk lines to the south M well as' to the law-for we now nave one, "their jelly-like bodies, perhaps for the which the rough
among any of ourpso1de topromoteprohibltoryor east and of the new markets opened foe their and have had for nearly twenty reare-bu of seeking food. It is of such eren operations by
retaliatory legislation. Our pollclessre adopted surplus food products, and for many of their whether we .h.1 have an effective shells that all the chalk beds of tho world metal is converted into a smartlookingsoldier
the others but to secure for our- of effectiveness, for
not to the hurt manufactured products.: .bo with knapsack on arm
, elvM these advantires that fairly grow out of I had occasion In my last to transmit toeongreM ttsurrenderetothe all control are formed. The white cliffs of Albion, hpiu.
onr favored position a* a nation. Our form of a report, adopted by the International American over the certification which establishes tbe prima from tho English channel, were .
governtnf>ntwlth Its Incident nmversal millrape, conference upon the subject of the Incorporation facie right to a neat In the house of rplnt seen The first thing Is to make sketche of
makes Imperative that we shall save our work- of an international American bank, with view tives. This defect should be made of the same material when what is the intended figures. Great pains are
inr people from the agitations and distresses tu facilitating money exchanges between the equality of representatloB&nO the purity of now land was sea. The very stones of ,
which scant Work and wages that have no marginfor state represented that conference. Such an the elect must be maintained or everythingthat built bestowed on them. Te best artists do
comfort always begrt. But after all this Is institution would greatly' promote the trade were in our system of government i* which the Pyramids of Egypt were not hesitate,when to supply mod-*
done It will be found that our markets are open to seeking to develop, I renew lost. The qualification of an elector must b are found upon examination to be composed and in
friendly commercial exchange( of enormous volume the recommendation that a careful nought In the law not In the opinion. p"Judle8 of these "rhizopods." Dr. els for these toy soldiers, making -
to the other great powers. and well-guarded OCR FOBE10X TBtDB think the powers granted should include those ordinarily of the elector to the ballot box must be rom Flint of tho National Museum exhibitedsome i certain fixed rules while when they
exercised by trust,guaranty a1'll1.are de- the ambush of fear and the enticement of fraud; of the material brought ,
of induction Into the office ,
the time ray scraps
From have to
true and that none shall gainsay make colored sketches they
so open
omit companies, or that more branches In the
the duty of nslng every power and influence /given l rnltcd States should lie authorised than are a law should be absolutely nonpartisan direct from Ghizch. All tho stone in that avoid deep tints and select gauky

by taw to the executive department for the de. stringy: necessary to accomplish foreign ex> and Impartial. It should give the advantage region, ho said, was made up of shells of color
velopment larger markets for our products changes. It is quite important that" prompt action to honesty and the control t the majorities. this kind. Geologists call it "mummu- which children so much prefer.
especially our farm products, baa been kept constantly should be taken in this matter In order thatany Surely i* nothing about must also possess a ful knowledge of
It shall happen that title I because tho shells somewhat
this creed, and rock
for better communicationwith
has be appropriations i
In mind, and no effort been or will the military costumes the period to
that end. We are under no these ouuntrie.and any agreements that the penalties of Intended to eofor those resemble in shape tho money of tho an-
fall here and not there, not which the soldier they belonged
disadvantage foreign market except that may In mnde reciprocal trade may not be right represent
workmen any and workwomen better hindered by the Incn"enlenn of making exchanges because the law 1* sectional, It I* because cients. They are readily enough dllceredwith anachronism in this respect
we pay our through European orhardened happily crime I* local and not unlver-al nor should the naked eye in the limestone..The any
wages than are pild elsewhere-better ahatrat'tl'i tribute mon"n"1. of It be forgotten that evelaw whether relating to being fatal to the success of the model.
the ail
of tho Star
better rclallvciv to the cost the by doctor was' kind enough to let
election, to other subject.whether by and Furth slate
of business. enact At
Increased that
I do notdoubt that a very largely Nuremberg
life. without I, metho the relief of the supreme has, the ante, or by the nation ba force man look through a plaas that magnified
foreign trade is accessible to us barteringfor 'I COllr marshal moulds are used for figures while brass
constable, ,
1 The court, the or tb'p".e
of about ten diameters at some
for such products after
It either our homo market many years dllena..n. POIUlul by
Is Coioltatus, the prison, are all and always behind moulds are employed for those in relief.
here final action easily
! of the farm and shop as our own people can supply .ttlnablc. I which he had raked from
the of our working people. I hurled that any difference may so the law. One cannot be justly charge with 'un- specimens up Tho slato for tho former is bought at
the essential features of rlendlnles* to any section or seeks onlyto 1 of the three miles downor
i, of the products of wood and Iron, and harmonized as to save ocean tin
In and tho
) In moats many and breadstuff, wo have advantages I this very Important measure. In this connection restrain relation of law and of personal right. more-tho Atlantic is five miles deepin Sonneberg, in Thurngia
find lawlessness
recommendation that the ho community will profitable.ISO which is is melcd
need b stterfamhtbas of Intercmirsoand I earnestly renew my purchased ,
that only tho
have It known thatthe its floor far below
i transportation to secure for them large foreign i salaries of judges of the United States district community can afford to somo places a and into them through a
''P, markets. The: reciprocity clause of the tariff act court ha so readjusted that none of them shall receive ofllcer who are charged with the preservationof sea level the peaks of the highest poured
and tne restraint of the criminal a sketches of the have
the orifice. Tho figures
wisely and effectively opens the way to secure a less than '3.0 per annum public peace themselves the produce mountains are above it-and mounted for ,
i y large reciprocal! tradu In exchange. for the free ad MEXICAN lAIIU oaA: TI. of fraud and are violence. The magistrate Is of course, first of all been engraved up iu
t1' mission our ports of certain products. The: of the unadjusted Spanish and inspection. hardens
make The subject then without respect and he law wlthouuancton.Tb. tho moulds. Tho metal soon
tI light reclpruualndltradeaatconcese is Mexican land grants, and the urgent necessity for flood of (lawlessness cnn"t < One can hardly imagine anything more when it has been poured in, and the
special for The kllllug of than these little shells the
and doit not Impair providing some commission or tribunal thetrial made to run In one interesting -
well establhibed of tltlo growing out of them, United States marh,1 Carrying a writ of ..rr.efor than workman then removes tho figures, cut.
'either the comity due to other powers, of questions biggest of them not more ono eighth
or what Is known as the favored nation clause, were twice brought 1'11ne to attention of con- an election ol nf I*full of prompting of inch in its greatest diameter of ting off any oxcrcsenccs which may have
by mar- an
suggestion to are pursued smy -
found Incommerclaltreaties. What caused tho molten metal running
generally consideration gress at the list session mils have been reported elm for a crime against lire or property. But It creatures that have done so much to make been by
ts given: to one for an adequate agreed from the proper committees hi both hOI.e. upon il Raid that this will revive animosities, over into tho interstices.The .
cannot be claimed by another freely. The and I hope that thiscongress legl.laton the world it to-day. Under this
the subject very and Dome ha that when the i up n i be
could dispense soldiers then to
was such that we have ,
of the revenue which
state will put an end to the delay has of fraud made panted
methods are magnifying
p with any Import duties upon coffee, tea. attended the settlement of the disputes aa to tlt'os I they peaceful may be supplanted by Intimidation impossible and comparatively smal power and and this is always done by ,
Hide lower of anllIIol."OM. revealed utmost beauty
and tho grades sugar they
settler and under
between violence. If the proposed law gives\ to any qualified work at home each woman being given
to tine ;
ii and that the large: advantage resulting those These: disputes retard the prosperity elaboration of structure varying
hair' more than presenting
elector by a weight ,
countriesprodualngaudexporting tlime article by of certain number of figures at the begin
and disturb tho peace large and Important his equal Influence or detracts by so much to theirexample a
placing them on the free list entltlud us to expect communities. The governor New Mexico, it 1 characteristics according of tho week. The
I from any other qualified elector fatal'lm- ning system
a fair return In the wayot customs conoeseonsu1eta In his Ian report tosuggests the secretary ot the Interior If law Is many different families. For gcnerly.
Hut the
articles ns to them was so peached. equal I is to doren figures
exported by toms nmdincatlons of the provlMon 1 the fact that Into vlow adpptcd place a !
ob"lou.IIat to have gratuitously abandoned this maples it I* to evoke grow out tho lens first brought fou,
trade would have been the pending bill relating to the small holdings 0 some elector have been accustomed to exercise AaU upon ce ol wood slit up tne centre so
enlarge our nautiluses at
the <
I to attention pearly-chambered
farm other well for themselves, hold
cOllm lour the franchise for a* as them fixed When
an There unpardonable were but error.two' methods of maintaining suggestions of the secretary 0 Interior upon then these animosities ought not to be confessed events they looked for all tho world just a to in a is psiton. it
of tho
'.control this question open to coneresa.; To this subject.KATlOTAt althouthameandcannut be given any weight like those famous shells of and one side figure turs
I p'sce all of these articles npn the dutiable list I.SlnCM the discussion without dishonor No choice I* myth round and paints the other. Her
kubject, to such treat.l\'rnlllenu..could be secured The enactment of a nulonal bankrupt law I left to me but to enforce with vigor all law Intended story, shining bright with ofmother.orpearl. not amounting wags
or to place tllemall..Iprelenll., upon tile still Igar.. as very desirable the consltntlon to secure to the citizen his constitutional Next came four sheljs' are very poor, to

i free list but subject to the relinposltion of specified having given congress jurisdiction of this subject, right and to recommend that the Inadequacies of in tho shape of pearly snails with long than five or six marks a wek from which
duties if the countries from whlcb we received It should be and uniform ruKi such laws be promptly reinedleJ. I to promotewith must bo deductedoho the brush
I'rovldell these half dozen
them should refuse to give to us suitablereciprocallenoma. 1.1 and 1.lntereet every project for tbs horns, and following a
for tho administration of the affair of Insolvent and colors which she has to buy
Interests its ,
This latter method, I think development II shells of lobster-like shape with,calcareous -
possensfls great advantages. It expresses In advance debtors. The Inconveniences resulting harhrl. mine. factories, and the Intelligence, The wages of tho men in the foundryaverage
the conmnt of congress to reciprocity ar from the occasional and temporary exercise of security under the law of In coinmu. whiskers. In each set of specimensone about nineteen marks a week,
r.ngeuonlsaffecting thuse produe,,", bleb must this power by congress and from tho conflictingstate pities and its home, I* not accepted .* sultlclent or two of tho shells were seen dis
otherwise have been delayed and unascertained codes of Insolvency which coma into forceIntermodiatoly evidence of friendliness to any state or section, 1 sected., That to they were cut in while there aro a good many women
until each treaty was the sonata .houllo removed by the enacti.l cannot add connivance at election practice that i say, also employed founder who earn good
and the necessary legislation enacted 'nt of a aim ". and permanent pot only disturb local result, but rob the elector hilt, so that could see their interorstructure. R
by congress. Experience: has shown national bankrupt law. of other state and sections of their most pricelesspolitical Dr. Flint had managed wages.

that some treaties looking to reciprocal trade INTEB:4TIOAL COI-VB1CI1T. \ right. each shell treated in the The final process, also intrusted to women .
have failed to secure a two-thirds vote In the AS TO ArrnorarATto aC. by fastening so the soldiers
is that of
aenateforratrdrallouandothers having passed I also renew my recommendation In favor ot The preparation of the general appropriation end of a piece of sealing wax and packing ,

that stage nave for years awaited the concurrence i legislation affording Just copyright protection to bills should be adequate to the needs of the publicservice ing it a fine whetstone gind- which are placed in boxes of 80, CO, 120

.ot the house and senate In such modification1 of I foreign authors ou a footing reciprocal advantage but they should be absolutely free from away upon this the or 240 pieces (weighing one eighth, one.quarter .
our revenue laws as were necessary to give effect for our authorsabroad.It prodigality. half was gone. In manner the
one-half for
to their We have the concurrence IX COXCLCSIOX showed underthe or ono pound)
provisions. now still be for this to In. merest speck of a shell
of both houses In advance In a distinct and may possible congress 1 venture to again remind you that the brief time infantry, and of 12, 24, 48 or 00 piecesof
.definite offer of free entry to our porte of specific' .llr&ce. by suitable legislation a movement remaining for the cn8lder.tloo of the important magnifier as complicated a structureas .
articles. The executive is not required to deal InClonJt'OtllN looking uniformity and increased safety)' In the legislation now .. your offer no the biggest conch you ever saw, and ( the samo weight) for the cavalry

as to what congress will than In. .of couplers and brake npon freight train en- margin for waste. If the present duty Is discharged the observer was made to realize that it These wooden boxes all come from Son.
dead, this ,eellrOl'ltv provision ts more an gaited In Interstate The chief with diligence, fidelity and courage the In Thuringia the cost of thoseholding
offer. Our part of the bargain Is complete. l>e- difficulty In the commer.secure agreement work ol the aft,-first congress may be conffdentlyaubmltt.dto was once the dwelling-place of a Ulngcrcnturc. nebcrg, ,

livery has been wade, and when the countries .. to the best way appl.nc., simplicity, the considerate judgment of ihs one-eighth of a pound, which,

from which we received sugar, coffee, tea and ., effectiveness and co.Mered. people. ItENJAMIN IbBal8l. are by far the most numerous, not exceed-
Some of these foramiuifera in the
bides have placed on their free lists such of This difficulty will pnl)' yield to Executive MD.loa 1.t8U were
our products.. shall be agreed upon| as an equivalent whli should be based upon full 1els..tol.ld likcnesss of transparent glass bulg- ing one shilling per 100. These boxes

for our concession. A proclamation of that partial tests. The purpose should La to secure thecooperatlonof ing in the middle and tubs the are all so it is easy to imagine,
fact completes the transaction and in the meantime well-disposed and tapering
.1 mal'en how the workmen who produce
our own people have free sugar tea, coffee owners, but fearful tact every)' '* PROMINENT PEOPLE. ends, while others were strings of opaque poorly
and hid.... The Indications thus far given are delay Involve the sacrifice of 2.010 lives and tho white bulbs with tho finest of them are paid, and who, it is said, nearly
vary hopeful of early and favorable action by the maiming of 2.0 men should plead both prickles all die of consumption. The
countries from which we receive ur large importsof With YOUII manager against EVANGELIST MOODY is growing stouter all over them. Not a few specimens toccmblcd soldier
coffee and sugar, and it Is confidently believed needless delay.The any and ft great deal of silver boa crept into his so closely the work of tho glassblower made of solid lea 1 are generally packedin

J that If stoaui communication with these countries .of the con..rvton and equal ails.tribution hair that would the cardboard boxes with glass cases
can be promptly improved and enlarged the next of the the region* you hardly imagine
I year wOl show a mOlt gratifying Increase in our has had much attention IroU al ., but DKAS PEIOWn. known u a Biblical they were not such. Four specimens of made In Nuremberg, and resembling the,

: exports of breadituffa and provisions as well aaot has not a. jet been put upon congr.a permanent scholar, bme Bishop of Worcester, an interesting variety resembled most celebrated gingerbread boxes made there
some Important lines of manufactured foods.IJUOllTAKT and satisfactory 'basis. The urgency England.
l MEASURER rKNUINO.la of the subject dons not grow out of Jomrsoi Gtopaint ex-President closely in color and shape the rolls ono by the bok-binder. Each layer olleaden .

addition the Impoitaut bills that become the present large demand for Ibo usa ot these E.nuJ The portrait hangin cats at breakfast; others wero in form soldier by a thin

laws before adjournment of the last session, the lands water fur agriculture'"pllly.n ,tha but site out*of for the the danger necessary that the Wht CJeel.nd. I t. highly elaborated pretzels. One lot had sheet of paper, and the whole regimentis

some other bills of the highest Importance were latch basins may fall Into the bands of Individual TBEODORK IRVING, the founder of the aspect of so many young and dainty bedded between two beds of woo
wo advanced toward a final vote and now stand MR.
upon the calendars of the two houses In favored servient or private copr..tlon. and dependent be used to rendar.ul order of Kinc't Daughters, U the widow muhroms, another of a set of ornamental Ihavlng the latter taking the place

j>ofiltlon. The present session has a fixed limit ply. The owner of the water la the owner of the of a nephew of Washington Irving.Pooh plates with perforated designs, another shavings formerly used.

and If these measures are not now brought to a lauds however the titles may run .Al unappro noon till four o'clock every day f. of a lot of rose-colored flowers, an-

final vote all the work that has been done upon priated reservoir natural sites ..'lt.be sources held by the.1 necessary T. Barnum take*a nap and during ton other of so many balls of translucent Little King Alfonso's Way
them this Is The hour U allowed to disturb
lost. consideration governmen no one
by congress proper him
fo the equal use, at fair rates of the glass, another of several bright new -
of then,of an apportionment bill and .tad ,
of the Boston and Al
of the annual appropriation (till, will require not "'ln who will States eventually should take up these FBUmcMT BLs decline Increase china soap dishes for the washstand with Whenever the King of Spain sees a

only tbat no working day of the soulon shall be undertake the not la my opinion bony an their covers on another of five grandee or gentleman whom he knowshe
lost.but that meatnrna of minor and local Interest coustruction of dam of salary from fSOOO t aea.Til fremen'
shall not be allowed to Interrupt or retard the or work canal to ,such but should and observation limit its Queen of dine a eight o'clock hats, another of cream candy another calls them by their Christian 'names

progress of UKMO that are of uIII".n.IIDtere.t.ID &will determine the surreys water supply, both ..rfac go. to bed Spin. She rises at six and of Jinelpples. another of silk co. or their surnames without their ite,
view of these conditions, I refrain from
bringing before you at thlstiiua some suggestions subterranean the areas capable of irrigationand upend an hour at player and in making her cons an inftnitum. One of custom always reproved by his governess.

that would otherwise be ntailo,and uiost earnestly voirs.the This location the and storage capacity of reser toi'et.JutfrtCK. the most beautiful specimens that were "Eh I Xiqueua I"exclaimed the King one
done of the water and of the
Invoke the important your attention legislation to now the well duty adr of.perfecting noed. la reservoir sites might be.granted to the respective BR WP. of the TJnltel States ground away to show the internal structure day, a the ex-Minister passed. The

some of these measures which seen to me most States or territories, or to individuals, or an assooclatioii Suprenlel'out. ba removed his beard and might have been called the Shieldof governess who knew that the Count's
Important, I rail attention. upon the condition that the necessary)' now on the beach with a cleansbaveu dead and that the
1 dean now briefly your work should bo constructed and the water appear taco, Achilles, so elaborate was the design wa son had
to repeat with added urgency the recommendittluus nished at fair rates without the of its concentric inherited the title, observed, "Sire, per.
contained In n.'laot annual dllrlmlneUonl
relation messageIn rates to be subject to EarsROH WILUAU ha* tterae P The better cicles mit to remind that the
to the development of American steam al. one with theseforaminifera me your Majesty
lures ot
or by a board of water commissioner fexsot'Koch. discoverer
rw Iproity clause of the unit billwlllbelargely The essential be f the more has for whom you do the honor to address
limited, and its biiuefitaretarded cOlttllted thing to served with the grand cross the Order respect person
equal ua at fair rate of the accumulated 'ue. is the Duke of Bivona." The
and dluiiulnhed. If provision is not concernporaiMMwsly Eagle. them, takiuwtntoview their usefulness a King
wade to encourage the tetablUbiusut tUeta water should supply.remain It '.I".t better that their be&uty. Some of them obtain burst out laughing, and "The
arid than that who wela. exclaie
betweeu of tint-cliu our aware and coruuiuBloatiou the- occupy b.tbel should become the tb.unro- THE private errNpntenC of the Prll of lime that makes their Due of Bivona; this i I But I
of i He
poru of such nations .. l1\ee foru overtures fur lenient strained 11,0101.controlling and cb>p the one essential race Wale.ve*four.times at manY .letter ads shell by separating it by. a process of that it is Xiquena t Are you not

enlarged commercial exchanges.CABHUXO POSTAL TELKOaAI-IIV.,.0. a t* doe the freud-ut of the Gnite Itt, natual chemistry from its solution in the Xiqucnai" he added, addressing th

The steamship carrying FOUE1O3 tile mills MAILS.statedly and The use of the telegraph by the postofflca department Tu poet John Boyle O'Reilly1. grave inHolyhool i water. Others make their dwellings by Count "Ye, sire." "Do you see,"

frequently, and offering to passenger a comfort- u a mean for th*rapid transmission of Cemetery Brooklma, Mass., will building them of such materials u sand little King went on, "this woman has a

able,safe and speedy transit, U the first condition written oommunlc.toa. .I believe, upon properterms b make by a giant boulder of conglom and employing the lime they gather mania for giving people new names.

el foreign trade. It carries the order or the buyer uwn 01,quIt operate..the The government and it should does not I .r.t. rok about twelve tons. feet square and merely for the purpose of mortar to Doesn't she pretend that Juanito' (an officer .

but not all that is ordered or bought. It gives to think, own or ol'eat.rlroda. telegraph Do. weighing \ fasten the component parts of their of the Royal much loved by

the Sailing....., such cargoes u were not urgentor does, however, seem to ba quits practicable fO "WrtUAJl Moars the EoglUh pst d houses together. Dr. Flint trying to the King) "i the Marquis of 8>to Mayor '

the perishable Important and adjunct Indirectly of oowm.at least.,.... promotes There is the companies government as It dues to contract with the with railroad the companies telegraph light him moe1 in app.'I, and t be mistaken for a.raiDg find out some good way of i getting the !" "Indeed, sire, he i; and you will

now both la this ecnntry and in the nations of to carry at specified rate such communication man Mr. Mori I a graduate ot shells that still remain sufficiently intact permit me t remind your Majesty that

Central and South America a stale of expectancyand i u the senders ml recommend designate that for such this method of Oxford and it fifty- l year ol out of the pieces of stone which he h he should 8 addrsd," replied the
oonnd uca as to increased trade that will tr.m.lo.
give will enabla the JOHS WOOD of Preston who obtained from the in "Don't be stupid I was
a double value to your prompt action upon tuts eDac.d. pontotttoa dep SIR England great pyramids or' governess. th .
question. test by experiment she was e influential iu introducing baseball der that he may examine in detail these monarch's answer; "this u Juanito,

\ Toe present situation of our mall commanlca- of such a usa of the tel..rl into England isvUtmj the Unit States. things that were of remote antiquity the other atquena.-Corriero do K
tloa with Australia Illustrates the importance of rAYOB rHC& 81JL Sir John has been round the i .
If twi,1 when -
any company of Amsr. Great ruled pole.
early action congrena. Tha Uceaniutlteautahip loan citizens required catalogue the essential has witnessed the sports all aatlon Rae Egypt ____ ______ "
Company maintains a hue of steamers bei..eiu .e o thirty-five sgoHungary' .
Baa Vranulsoo, hjuuey and Auckland consisting doubt codilion of national Ufa 1 do not Mina C.a" B4.TX the famous R cnture Three Bats in a Pugilistic En
.f throe verl. Lao of whlult tae of tatted W< unanimity they would Cross
begin with free and honest and ll JUt.l\N quiet" 1 Wu'g counter
IMatca registry and one of foreign registry, tottha elections larraillylng Laboring Population.
to kuow that U Ibunuc
service dune by thl.line lu carrying the mails, generally there a grow from an estate she inherited,but
we pay annually the sum of ki.iwu, being. esti- laws tag non-partisan deuo.' for better electoa she year of this devotingthe A merchant in Binghamton N. T.
mated tha full sea and United bt lies inland no*. elalu.I this sign bop and progress spends only t sum, last ,
i tags, which Is the. limit lived by law. umit ba. depraving fat cwt to According to special consul report taw a strange combat not long ago. He

I Tb. colonies of New jioiutl Walas that election.. law and method KTIVC the touirillo *- issued from the State Department squeaking noise under one of his
contrived to HLOX81 hear
land New Zealand a ethu. cunningly In1'e
/ aauua'.ly to tha huts O7.000 have fur carrying been the paying wails lour minority coutrui. while violence (tKr.1) b8.wh U nw oe of \beJc.u.rvanaelu it Washington Austria-Hungary has 750 Ihelve and a moment later there rolled
\lruui and Auckland biu completes the shortcomings of the country, i*.e liand and S38 looms in
ttydney to >ranclsca. frld power running on gray rats a pugilistic encoun
lu last annual I the clad in cratalybuttoned r
message ,
frturuontractunjrrvbtuh the pa}anent has beau uiy tbt In.u a arpets; that the industry and bit at each othersavagely
uude is now about tu expire, and thoM OluDlet development of the existing law providing fed Prince coat. Ue .brimful employs 1,260 ter. They cawed

have refuted tu renew the contract uukwa the sjporvUiun of couKreuioual el l.IIUI offered ot nervous energy en 1,000 women, and ninety children; wer 8 much absorbed in

,tolled Bute shah pay viora e.lutAbl.I'WI...- an cffatllva method uf reforming ". fthu. t men, receive from $3 the fight that paid no attention
v.>a ol Ibo whole rum to maintain 1b. u of suchft law I baa tnaiiiiesu-d itself UoviBvoa HOARD, of Wisconsin, u soon had.weaver they t
cectwtary :
the of the and it* whoteaotn rotraint b U released from the of offlfl this tQ per women from the lookerson.A .
V-rvic*. I arnadvittd by the .po..iuu&ter geueral .IW pr C int. & care $ wek ad 11.6
*hal Ut.'IIIU,<1 :Mites rvceivo for rarr>Tug tin' prnaltw uf wil. b* useful In all. TheeousUtuuwwllty miner. will till many engagements t speakon to and power-loom weavers, eat walked leisurely up and

Ai.traltan m&il. brought to baa FrAuusto la, afhriued. lu probableeffis-tivtinsa iegUlatt iaeiidenccd lias beta dairy topic, not only in Bd8 from *J.40 to $173 and women men stood by, watching the row. a .

uaaeelauuersangG'raItoYaceuwranattma 4 by tba character of the uppuitl u thai I*made Beat_>, but also in Ohio, Stir YeN't fl70 to $3.15 Eleven few the rodents realized their
1 annual Inujmi uIT haul, chile, .a. I love su baa been if it \ rhusetta and IamtJa. pr wek hour minutes
ed.wa IAN payinK out for the. support. of the su>amiblu i of .luun".d. were a 1. constitute a hour' broke and scampered off
an fovas.on of away
tine that Ulutthis uuU es.r ad house that is being in Washing one-hal
to 110 only f 4H.OOU. Tl b' time piton
the being allowedor
[wring an annual aurplaeresuittuglrwutitle ser- rkbtaof slaw Noting could be farther 1 the widow of Chandler,otMichigan The hole Then t cat seemed to
the truth. Congress baa ,
Vfal'uV: ?' 1L: trade of the United !ita"'. time from fur tha election uwftibcn already of fixed U promises t b tha tine** private yearly product of .the Austro-Hungary think it was time her to do something
l& which. in a considerablepars baa declared that y o member residence built milkw valued at $ This but the was too The combatADU .
a Md by these steamers,and the whole of which < fo a vuugrak* i tb ct I I o wht 1.29,291 pr le
must b printed ballot brick and duct is
by has
.nue o ad l nearly.'i
praetlcs0y dependant ate m l tthome.Chicago were probably
uyus mail couuuuui- 1. .- ad grew
vided fM appointment by th* circuit i public e *. ( CODWe se
bC\ I Te reconciled narrow escape,_

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JBBD BT A VOLCANO,. weeks of iestlagtoprotprlt regulate and heavy Iron 'tnoney loon gave talus tiny to of : NOTES AND COMMENTS. -NEWS OF THE SOUTH !I TELEGRAPH AND -CABLB k'I '

prove a chronometer,wnd part of t.be silver and gold; because a larger.. ,.' .
carried Bo bt;: r -MMIMM
trial\ consists in subjecting the instrument it could be conveniently .
>Sea OnUs utilize the the preclou! Faun place as II mei
to the action of cold in the ice boi the law of convenience, can to-day many
a,:Bidet Of a Crater. and to heat: communicated ,through metals drove out the grosser' and perish in the field fi* tlermany, but unless the BRIEF NOTES OF AN INTERESTING WHAT 18 GOING ..ON.*: IN Tt
whet able forms of money, and have eve population of France increase her arm; NATURE.
Each chronometer WORLD.
gloaof[ and snow, and > steatupipc chart since held sway.-Atlanta Constitution\ will\ in time l>e far outnumbered by that 'Fit
is Accompanied by a -
Hand Miingglers, the cutter given out, ; I of l-
(yesterday, Her half dozen telling just how it will vary under car! Oermniy.Jons P1THT ITEMS FROM ALL POUrTS 'IK TIUBOtrrntHN .. -bolt- :
n i prime condition, not baron lain temperatures. A curious exhibit Heartless Deception. I W. JAMART' the piisoner of STATES THAT WILL KSTE1VTAIX A SUMMARY OH .
1 tho trip, and her hole now shown at the observatory include. car who cut oft his feet in Anderson Tint READER-ACCIDENTS, FIRBS, tENSED: molt 'MRWBT DlAFATOItMFBOM 'UD
|cn with the spoils of seizure eight chronometer that went down in A "real mean" trick was played on a ville in order to favo hU life, is Ruin pi FLOODS, KTO. ttttCtK IIA\( DOMAIN WHAT n

ught interesting hews.t I the great gale that swamped a fair Thou girl the other night. A young nui, the'tl\e. It can hardly be aid! of Inn Tux CABLE: nntxos. fps'

t interesting result of the tripwas ) of Uncle lams navy at Samoa. turning to her, after placing a penny this 1, that he is going to tread the boards and James M. Wise, a well-known tobacconist : -- ,
broken and their works sc forehead while his head was tiltc< tho critics will bo unable to charge tha I
visit glasses are and of cx-Qovcrnot
t a paid by the offi- nephew I A of Saturday from Eben- +.
far used they are no good any back, aids "Isn't it funny I cau'w rk he merely walks through his put. dispatch "
plo? Island, where is the 1fthat winked contracted hi Henry A. Wise, died In Richmond Friday burg, Pa., says Johnston, Buck & X., r
cano of that name. In con- longer.:,:[Washington Star. thl.o1U" lie but tbo THERE aro in Lngland ninety women morning. bankers, have closed their door AMeN i,
and scowled ;
,ith one of the officers an in. eyebrows immovable., "Hard,penn i it acting as )poor law guardians no wiser;; I General Cadmus, of Alabama, who wai ted liabilities not yet known d;
Mume was obtained of the diod How Trout Are Hatched. f was apparently and Is concede? '
: well that it into
generally recently injured by falling an unprotected .
sticks, I could of course pull it oil will I i, Easton & Clarke, carriage, manufacturer
the visit. -
gleaned by that
could the advantages of women'co-opcrn- street excavation in Washington -
think I of Cincinnati assigned Saturday.
hand. But :
; Is sixty miles southwest of begin in October my yon lion in this department are gcncrall died t
The hatching season dislodge it easier than that." ;; city, Tuesday. The firm expect to pay dollar lot dollar
iIt originally consisted of and ends in January. On the day recognized. Married women, when l
Of course the girl wanted ,to try it Four members of a party of urttlen : Asset (100,000; liabilities 478,000.
[ and two craters one of whichg that '
distinct from
the first
in the harbor qualified by
that I sweeping property
was '
"It takes skill to it on in thi from New Haven, tone, were drowned the & '
Into in 1792. some put The formal presentation to president
activity A of husbands for election to
of the season took place. big arc eligible <
first Mid he. "There' a knack by tho capsizing of a sad boat on lab
place, of olUccr of the Braiilian tqnadnm
Miter the island was tho scene female trout, heavy with eggs, ran up this place, and four are now serving.
Of Florid. '
it won't Tuesday.
convulsion of nature. Theater and accompanied to it. "Let me try you TohopekaligM, took place at the white house Saturday.
pge into the race, ,
: spawning course she assented. Everybody watched MANT. a speculative waiting In will of K. late ol hurl decorated
now known as New Bo- her mate nosed around the person The Henry Ellyaon, The building been specially -
: by tho proceedings intently. "To make it i a hotel dining-room for a dinner to arrive Richmond V '
came active., In some porter for a suitable' place to make a the *., Dirjwtck, was pro for the occasion.
I gravel ho affirmed, "you have to l press it from a far distant kitchen has wondered The estimated value 9f)
Ilion the sandspit which had nest She will repeat this for a week ol stay, Tuesday The steel mill of the Bethlehem, }I.., {
kd the two parts of the Island wad !. lunger until such time as the superintendent very hard. Tell mo if I hurt you. The why the inventive genius of thi the estate is 1180.000. Ho leaves every Iron Company shut down ''Saturday,
and crater girl put on a rcady-for-any-agony look .country had not perfected something to thing to his children.
one was separated deems sufficient, when she will throwing 1,000 men out of emploY MU.

|!o other by several fathoms of bo. taken out of the water and strippedof Then lie did ho press took hard sot his at least hand....minute and the kitchen contort to food dining-room.back\ and A forth small electric from- The Southern Lumber anti Man'ifactur- Officiate laY the shut down' wo necessitated

lit is thought that during this her eggs by having her sides rubbed away him this in the beg Company, of Chattanooga, have made by a lack of orde.ii.Two .
she did cot does
on changes occurred in New Bo- by.hand. Then the male will also be penny, too, though: see railway just thing an assignment. It was announced Tuesday robber entered the cashier' office .
off bedon't Berlin,. \
"Now, ho said, "try and get it palace of the German Emperor: At
lino that fin
low tho water ; stripped and gi taken to the I morning. Their indebtedness of Allcrton Packing Corapnny6f I I

were' opened, through wbich hatchery and place on a tray with a use contracted your hand. l'UE'II1IKST KonERT, of the IYnn ylvaitin amounts to about (30,000. Chicago, Tuesday and at the rmiule of
She her! eyebrow,,
I of water made their way Into wire sieve bottom. Here they will be worked her delicate forehead pretty prodigiously Hailroad Company, has returnee At Bkckhawk, near Charleston W, pdtol compelled tho cashier to empty
Idron within. This accounts for covered with water and let stand for from a tour cf tho West and South and
and,, winked her orbs very hard Vo,, Monday, John Hargnr, a sixteen tho content of his safe(3,900 a ;
ease quantities of steam which half an hour. After that they will bo It was, all tho others could do to keep puts forth a very hopeful interview in reo year-old boy, quarrelled with a companion lack, and made good their escape.A '
peers 'of the Hush saw escaping washed and left in running water for ?'" shy card to the general business situation named Wiley Cook, and struck him
faces. "Isn't it New York
dispatch Jmlg
he crater at a distance of fully the straight queer but the condition of thi ny t
sixty days or longer, depending exclaimed. "Haven't I started it yet?" particularly with an iron bar killing him instantly.The Brown, in the United States, court on,
ilea. will be railroads. President Roberts Raid the
New temperature. Every day they And again the contortions began.;: An comptroller of currency has au Saturday, declined to grant ft writ of
the two it
crate, Bogoslov washed and the dead removed. Pennsylvania had run 1,200 cars "
eggs other minute or so went by. It was ag thorized the Dominion bank of Bristol, habeas corpus in behalf of Joseph'Wood
1 the most interesting field of and tho week the erected "
will hatch out fry ono over new bridge bj
Finally they for the observers who wanted Cc Va. to begin business with a capital hf( murderer to be electrocuted this ,, ,
ony negro *
MO the officer of the Hush. They will tho sieve into tho the road over the Ohio below Pittsburg, ti
F fined the crater to be only 20(1Dve ,drcp Each trout will have a red laugb. "I don't believe there is any $100,000, and the Gulf National bank, of week at Sing Sing. An appeal to the yh'

the sea level. The peak had dis.red stick water.under his baby mouth almost as big as penny thero at all," ho lidded desperately FrREPltoo"const ructlon of buildings it Tampa, lie, with a capital of 130,000. United State supreme court was at once' \

in the gaping hole. -Along the himself. This supplies him with food, and put her hand to her forehead slowly growing more and more of an Governor Stone, of Missinpl, on Saturunlay taken. ;"
The shout of laughter that followed exact science. A species of porous lion..William P. Cas- Tho tho Seers ;
of tho volcano large deposits of lava, and, until it is absorbed, which takes appointed forthcoming report'of
ce, ashes, and volcano rock were from thirty to forty days, he 5s not ready might'have been heard for a block.-, tcrn-cotta; tiling is rapidly coming into ally, of Summit circuit, judge of the sixth. ttry of tho Interior will show that fro*

Erom fissures on the level earth for food. At length, after three months, [Watcrbury American. use. Sixty thousand dollars'worthofbwas judiciary district, Vice Judge Ralph 1830 to 1800\)( there were patented an{

_i Of boiling sulphur arose to heights; the trout is to be turned loose in I J' "'. recently put into one building in North, resigned, on account of failing claimed by the subsidized railroad, Of,*, '
bm seven to ten feet. The 'officers the rearing pond, where it will have a The Travel of a Pen. New York city. Experts<< ay, however, health 377,849 acre of land, and about 7,000,.

,tied an ascent to tho crater-a hazar- feed of chopped clams five times a day. that at far as fireproof of floors are and con Russell & Gibbon' warehouse, at New. 000 acres were patented In the mint

I feat which could only be attempted When the young fish, whether it be A rapid penman can write thirty wordy cerned form alternate the most layers impenetrable plank; of con cement nan, Qa., containing about 1,800 bales period for wagon rood, canals tad river,

i a favorable wind carried the siftings trout or smelt, is ready to take food it in a minute. To do this ho must draw structions.FiotmEB. of cotton wa totally consumed by fire improvements.,

of sulphurous steam la a single is ready for shipment to the stream whereit his pen through the space of a rod-10)) Tuesday evening. Only about one hun The '. ,on Saturday,
ction. When near the mouth of thor is to be planted. The babies are feet. In forty minute his pen travel. a how that the consumption of dred bale of the cotton were saved. The declined a proposition from Now York to 1

the footfalls of the officers were shipped in five and ten gallon tin cans furlong, and in five hours and a third, a iron in general construction-other than total los is about (00,000, (''0,000 being Issue (3,000,000: in treasury note of small

eq, within the volcano. On peep- under care of ono of the superintendent'sfive mile. We make, on an average, 10 railroads-In this country hat grove covered by insuianco. denomination in exchange! tot gold coin s''

I over the edge of the mouth an im- assistants. curves or turns of the pen for each word I' from a little more than a million and n A Chattanooga dispatch of Tuesday} on the ground that thee note can be
sive witnessed. Steam in and hatch written. 80 words in a minute half of tons in 1870 to' more than six issued in for kilver'
eIght was This method of shipping Writing 'I says: MajorBoyd, of the United State legally only payment ,
in of this increate
less quantities rushed up from un- ing is the same with all kinds of fish we must make 43 curves to each second;; million }ons 1889. Much coast survey, and a corps of assistant, bullion or in exchange for treasury note

pwn depths, and rumbling, bubbling that come Into tho hatchery except the in an hour 28,000; in five hours, 144,000;I has gono into iron buildings. By BM busily engaged! in locating the boundaries of larger denomination i ,

es;, like that of thunder, were heard.. whitefish and tomcod. The eggs of and in 800 days, worktng only five hour using hugo iron frames and thin curtain of the 12,000 acre tract of Chickamauga Parnell, the Irish leader 'issued" a man*

i air was impregnated with sulphur these fisher sre very light and were they each day, we make not less than 43,. walls for each story supported thereon, National park. The governmenthas ifchto Saturday, addressed to' the, people '

I- i I near the crater one could breathe onlyh placed on the hatching tray they'wouldbe 200,000
| difficulty. washed away by the running water. The man who makes but 1,000.000 lower Broadway, a good space of bullet aid cannon ball from trees, will not voluntarily nwlgn, aad defies his '
-One of the most novel discoveries in Therefore they are hatched in gloss jars, strokes of the pen ,n month has done can be etc. political opponent, and sake his poop I"'

anecti&n with the ascent was that the ingeniously fed with water through glass : remarkable; there ore those who make generated by wntcr-pow er Sanntonlo of to sustain him. The manifesto has created
iia birds used the volcano island as a tubes so that the contents ale in continual! four times that number. Hero we have can IK used to advantage for running A dispatch Saturday widespread comment., Gladstone ha
tural incubator for their young. motion. in the aggregate mark 800 miles long, machinery and rar*. Its application to rays There i il no decrease of the smallpox Usucd rounter-manifeato. 4
bousands of gulls flew away at the ap- The feeding of the fishes is one of the to bo traced on paper by each writer in lightning is more difficult on account of epidemic in the town along the ;
oach of the Kush. They left behind important parts of the station work. a year. In making each letter of the or- the impossibility of governing the speedof ilia Grande border on the Mexican side It wan reported in New York, Saturday r; N

amt along the sides of the volcano, Ono man is employed constantly getting dinary alphabet,''we make: from three to water-wheels under varying louclc. and vigorous and successful quarantine that negotiation\ are prbarew tom'

gs in all stages of devclopment.Snnranci [ clams nnd chopping them into small bits. seven strokes of tho pen-on an average One of the most promising npplieution method have been adopted to prevent twvrn President\ Ingnlln, of the Ohenapea,
Chronicle. Sometimes tho food is raw and often it three and a half to four.-[New York of water and electric power IK lu Western the disease spreading to the Texas side. ko and Ohio railway, andJ. Bruce haiay,>
'There a few isolated cases at Yoakum American of tho Whlto Blar! line
+ is boiled. The older trout only need one Dispatch. mines There are always available aro Agent ,
Savage of a Moth. feed a day.-New York Herald.: streams of water of ninny feet fall near and UvulJe, Texas.A looking to the establishment1 of a direct s

r I IJ Anoient Jewelry. these mines. Tho olectrio current cnn be San Antonio dispatch lays The line of steamers from Newport Now*, '

various 'of Bavaria como J '..I easily! conducted to all 'parts of the mine, longest trip probably ever made on a handcar Va., to Liverpool, } ngland.At .
From parts
) of the destructive ravages Walking-Sticks. ,' It is somewhat curious to find, say running drills, lamps, tans, cars, pump wa completed Saturday by J. 0. Uuthrle, OklahomA Tuesday mornIng ;

if burning the news moth. For a couple of centuries the Horological Review that aoout 800 etc. and the-saving expense' comparedwith Thomas, road master of the International a soldier accidentally fired into a

/ nun tho forests on the Continent Nowadays there hardly any limit to B. C. false or cheap jewelry was worn at coal, at $10 a ton, U considerable.A and Great Northern railroad, who tray. powder house tutlone I outside the city, r"
or more attacked this at tho kinds of material used in walking- Cyprus us commonly as it is in the cled the entire length of the road, a di- and a, terrific explosion occurred. Th'
have been by pest BitiTiBit expedition ha left Englandfor
it would seem sticks. Formerly only a few native present day by a certain class of people. tance of ne irly BOO hundred miles on a city was/ shaken n* If by an 'earthquake.
Intervals; but never, .Sierra Leone, where they will
pong results than at woods and some foreign species were Several example of bracelets, earringsand tour of inspection. The journey occupied Tbo legislator. who worin fuioo, wen p
ith more disastrous : prcs- joined by about 800 natives. The party
of the used. Innovations in the stylo of walk' rings were found while excavating and will even consecutive days. badly frightened and rushed pelt moll
pnt. The Forest Department will meet a French expedition,
the and umbrellas have been'con on that island which are of bronze or Saturday The grand out of tho building, thinking their hall
Ministry of Finance reports that ing-sticks far inland for the of determining Dispatches lay:
with thin leaf of go purpose
plague extends over nearly all Bavaria stantly introduced during the last forty copper covered 8 these gold. tho frontier between the French try of the parish of New Orleans hat was falling. down. No ono was killed, ',"I

south of.the Danube, and so great is the years, until their manufacture has become With the passion possessed all by people ornament and English: colonies, in the region north\ lied in court Its final report. The investization A jiension appropriation bill ,for the

fertility of the insect that no measures of quite an art and a business of consider symbolize everything than their personal outward 'of Sierra Leone They will take abouta of the Hennessy murder led to the next fl (al year wan agreed! upon Saturday :

destruction are of any avail. It attacks importance. Natural sticks, that is, signified more Finger rings in. year to perform tho task, and it is expected liscloMire of quite an amount:o( official 1 I") the subcoinmltteo of appropriation a
BaYarian of trees and climbing: plants, srpearancosuggested.{ naladministration. With the For the of
chiefly the pine and fir with which saplings bccaito usually they wilt march inland about 700 report are payment pension
heated they were
forests abound, but does not despise whose roots will form handle or knots, power the ; mount servitude miles. The work before them is of an presented indictment against Gilllgan, (103,173,085 In Appropriated, an incrcauf/

the beech, oak, and other forest ire most used. They are sometimes signets bracelets; recalled earrings bondage while the, arduous and dangerous nature,'as not a captain of the yard, for assault and bat- of $3 ,OOOOOG, over the current appropriation ,

trees,. and Is even known to feed on mounted with precious metals, onyx, jasper of wreath of few of the tribe are known to be unfriendly ,try and robbing prisoners. In this re- *. For examining surjjooit r
necklace reminding a
ahrubs and garden plants. It never attacks marble, precious stones, ivory, and Bowers thrown, about one the neck, tended and also cannibals. While carrying ort the juror denounced the system bf 11,300,000 U appr'prlnhd, aajaorfaveoff > 4

corn or wheat, and there is one norm of all kinds. rather to honorable distinction. out the survey will haveto which a favored prisoner i* put in command 100,000. ri t\\
touch the horse The cultivation of sticks for the market an the natives and devote of the yard, and In tho absence of Catur
: tree it will not namely, the necklaces discovered in the keep an eye on A l'hnadulpblldllpatch of Uy,
of destruction has been taken up as a business at Among time tho of food he sheriff or the regular deputies, this
f chestnut. "The means and treasure chamber at Cierium, on tbo island considerable to question says: Attorney forfieraon* Interested ia ,
are various. Forest bonfires aro one. idtne places in continental Europe, of is ono which represent I I lupply.! itptaia becomes at once a ruler and the estate of Charles II, Baker cipUlo) +
i The insects are attracted by the tire and special attention in often paid to making the lotus flowers. THE Pike' Peak Hack Railway will be despot, beating and robbing the prison. the recent mysterious diaappeanooe o( t

are smothered in' the smoke, but only a the i root grow into shapely forms for completed to tho summit soon. The en> In a disgraceful manner. John It. Baker, Jr., who waaone of the

comparatively small number are killed. handles. A London manufacturing cs> Tree. construction of this road has been difficult executor of that estate, by the statement
which The :First Big
and are also sent out to tablishment, the floor space of ha
Children boys a* only tho acclimatized can labor ANOTHER COMBINE. that Baker misappropriated (1,000-
.: destroy the insects.. But the only really !oven nearly an acre, has extensive storc- I Just at dark General Bid well in at an altitude of fourteen thousand feet, C09( worth securities of that entata aad
seems to be the rouses filled with native and foreign says ha committed la of
efficient general measure the work of laborer ii that he forgery. some
and an
drawn' itS the Century, I came to an enormous fallen FOLLOW THE XXAMFLE : -
whole forests when sticks from which stock is as TUII TOUCHIER YEN TO
down the transfers of tho-e securities
cutting around the laid to bo impossible until he ho spent lit
and to .
tree top, COHFANT.A
method is wanted from the shops. go or THE HARVESTER
much infested. One other at least two month expanding his lungs A New York dispatch of Saturday lI
I went )
often but the place was too brushy, so -
within The ticks they are very
used by the State, but is not electric crooked and as have to grow be straightened. A wound the butt, which seemed to me toro 10 as to accustom them to the rarefied Chicago dispatch of Saturday)*: lays; At the annual election of the' J ,
reach of communes. A large feet above air. Tho roadway hat to bo made with ItichmoDd Terminal Company op the "
about twenty-five machine of the
of sand is provided on the top a twenty The threshing men '
light it placed in the forest of thousands by night.of'nonnen' hot heap stove into which the stick arc my head. This I suppose to have been the aid of burros, or small donkeys, n* tate have infection from Oth of December: the complexion of matt
.: This attracts hundreds in the Calaveras bone and cart were unavailable on the Anders dliectory will be completely chaogcdflve"new '- ,
funnel until they becomo pliable. one of the fallen trees their brother of and are busily .
the mouth of a large plunged ,
to rugged and of the now- members coming lu. The came of t
through which exhaust current The workman takes the crooked stick Drove of Sequoia gfyautea or mammoth Hundreds gaged in forming a gigantic trust,
a rapid in the insects nhire it is still hot and insert it in a trees, as I have since beet .there, and to : timber of feet above which, it is thought, will rl"alln magnitude the new directors are Jay Gould,.George. iI\
of air is forced
sucking line immersed in cloud, llevitt ;
satisfaction identified the lay of the; formed Harvester Gould, KniMll Bage Abr a S. J.J;
under the earth notch cut in a stout board, placed at an DIY own the recently
by thousands into a hole News. inclined from him. where he bends the land and the tree. Hence I concluded rain, snow and sleet a good part of the 'ompany. It I II known that a tempo- and K. T. Wilson Jho two last named i
buried.-London ingle
where! they are and strain it. When it hi* become perfectly that I must have been the first white man time, the, work wu continued during sry organization ha been effected and gentlemen coming In at Mr. Inaunti "11

straight it is thrown down to cool, whoever saw the Sequoia ylguntta (in lat winter. Tnere has naturally been hat very soon article of Incorporation special request.Carthage i

To Break Up a Cold. after which it becomes rigid and permao- 1841] of which I told Fremont when he much trouble with employee rill be filed covering a combine with a Mo., now boa tcf then i14t)

eat in its lines. Heat u an important came to California in 1844. AKCHITP.CT CLARK, of the Capitol at iplUl stock: of at least 120000000. wonder of the world. The wife of |

As soon as chilly sensations are felt, or element in thia matter, and produces Washington I is In receipt of a curiosity .. miner named! lodges, living on Tigei .it
the cold a fleets the head, and there Iii i different effects on the several kinds of Keep Busy In tho way of an engineering plan lookingto Hill, in Umt city, on flUDd.y..e hint

more throat, the victim should go homeat wood the degree of heat necessary to no 1 less a feat than the turning around. Ox: of the finest ins coal rtllaoovw to a diminutive b ibr daughter. It I* apparently w'
once. With his feet in hot mustard straighten one kind of stick being often The secret of cucccs In life U to keep pf the great marble building where Congress *t bat ractntljr been found in Southuttrn strong and healthy, but tnsaium

water he should take an old-fashioned sufficient to spoil another kind. busy, to be persevering, patient and untiring lit*. The method is somewhat Virginia, measuring tw.atytwots.I only eight inches, and weigh M' nanj t
sweat The same power which makes a in the pursuit or calling you are complicated, but substance of It i lens In tblckacM: with two last ot slate It b*. ounce It I.I well formed, *na >th* attend

This is very easily administered. Into crook-d stick straight U applied to make Following. The busy one may, now and follow: Home wonderful jack will be rbuih sots&to baa the been Flat partially Top or valop4 POt'aboDta.. In Hold the Ing physician and ne'ghbors' wives, wlirire 1

an old tea-cup pour three or four a straight one crooked; so we find that then, make mistakes, but it is better to placed at short interval under the build ut tow years and twoam to unlvwallr (or the Ijttle stranger belttve it wl&Uve. pl
tablespoonful of alcohol. Rot it in a the rigid stems of bamboos, partridge risk these than to be idle and I inactive. ing after sufficient excavation have been tllao l for U*coke sad steaming qu liU 14 t

pan of water. Now place it under a canes, and all the various kind of sticks Keen doing, whether it be at work orseek'ing made. Then the ground will be dug .. T
is life around the foundation by degree ------ --- ---- ---
the Motion and
chair having a wooden scat. Let that are required to be curled or twisted, recreation. from
patient tit down upon this; fasten a are by the application of heat made to the busiest are the happiest. Cheerful, and shored up with iron girders from
couple of blanket around his neck allowing assume almost any shape or form. dive labor Is a blessing. An old phil- end to end. Under the central portion
them to fall to the floor, then gopher says : "The firefly only shines where the crypt 'now are the inventor

light the alcohol. This treatment is by Rudimentary Money. when on the wing; so it is with the mind; will place a circular railway supported

no means hard to bear As soon as the when once we rest, we darken.M-[La- by more of the jack, and upon these, i
akin become moist the headache is gen. lies' Home Companion.; with the pressure of only a few horsepower .

relieved and breathing throughthe A* tribe grew into nations, covering he i>ropo.e* to turn the entire

erally nose is easier; in fact, all the unpleasant considerable portions of country and pursuing The Cow Tree. Capitol without disturbing cither its
occupation, it became impossible its walU.
symptoms are more or less re many foundation or HACIHE.WIS.LosLUMBERYARD
lieved. for them to meet and exchange Whether a "cow.tree" should be CIIAKI.E Drpuer WAKSCR in an article .

The patient should sweat u long commodities u before, *o it came about lassed: with fruit or livestock: may be : in Harpers, says of the future of

ache will; then, after wiping hastily that the articles most sought after were in open question! yet certainly will fruit culture la Southern California:
.ndputting on a well-warmed undervcst, accepted in payment for anything, and tot be much out of place in tither. It "The time i* not distant when this corner .

he should get into bed and be well covered became the mediums of exchange. Thus $;rows in Venezuela and furnLbe a cap of the United States will produce In

I with blankets. He should continueto the first rudimentary forai.of money ap rhich resemble milk both in look and Abundance, and year after year without

sweat freely during the early part of peared. In some places cattle were so oste. It grow from seventy to one failure, all the fruit and nut which fort
the night. Sometime he will not do used and Australia now, among the hundred and twenty feet high, smooth thousand year the civilized world of

this even after the application of the native, a kind of hard green stone, used and branchless. The milk is obtainedy Europe ha* looked to the Mediterranean' ,

treatment advised. If he doe not he for hatchets, is current among them in tapping, like maple cap, and Is rexirted to; upply. We shall not need anymore

should be given ten grains of uuinice.If payment for and commodity. In other of the flavor of rich cream, "very to send over the Atlantic for

1 for a day or two afterward he eat places cattle sometime skins were rholesome and nourishing."-[Farm and raisin, English walnuts, almond, figs,.

and drink but little and keep within used, ten sheep being reckoned equal<< to Tireude. olive, prune, orange, lemon, lime, a eITYTRUCRS 1
doors, the chances: are that he will have an ox, and certain kinds of skin worth She-I ac sod a variety: of other things which we SPRING WFj00NSat f1LSTY ES.sVa4INa .
of others. lint these
aborted his cold.negul&t.i a certain number know commercially a* Mediterranean
thing were troublesome to move about, product. We have all this (usury and pAT&MT
awhile metal were kit A young woman who had a check foiMl within limit r
Naval Chronometer and after upon. wealth at our door, our ,
Iron and copper were uaed. Iron i* stilt on a certain Detroit bank presented The orange and the lemon we .:call till T LAPRs CMAlIC,

At the observatory all the chronometer in uio a* a subsidiary! coinage in Chinaor it at the canhier'a desk, and he politely bring from many place tbo date and

made for the'na"1 are tested and Japan, and lead ia used in Bannah. aid.. : the pineapple and the banana will never .1)hATIICt) SM4S& rtArf'J : .. '
ales beta used You will 1 please indorse it, Jilt*
before they are sent out on Platinum and tin have crow here except u illustration of th
, VeaaeU, each one of which I* supplied and *o experience led the way up to gold she took it over to the desk and wrote climate, but it U difficult to came an;

with three first-class chronometer, a* and silver, the bulky, uaportabla and indivisible 011 the back: fruit of the temperate and emltropiecone ( FISH BR9S WAGtI G8KAD1NZ.WIS. .
want this awful bad
and skins I
curreocylike cattle money yoursruly California cannot U
U half wed called that Southern '
well a* oar tiat 11:*, a' "
"hack," for carryingahmu and for rough giving way to tb* metal, which were of pleae par the bearer. -Detroit[ lei ie i oo to produce, from Ito g uniform quality and divisible. The !'reu. ,
we generalr.! It take tutotj-oue the peach.

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Great tlrltaln to consider a conventional regulation ment or tncs aggregates. and fo the purpose of certificates of natifratrzatlnn, npon bill In equity f f putilla treasury tnsn this. There should be exercised :'

of the piKMgo: of ('hlnr e laborer across our comparison, the all of f.I,01.I. should b filed by the atti.rney jleralln the circuit court !! In this matter a wit economy based apon> .
PRESIDENT'SMESSAGE. southern and northern frontier deducted from Ide. of the United Mates application. of a some responsible and Impartial examination and
Un the 2-'d doy of Angnot ln t, Sir }Edmnni surplus for the yelr.lncl1lnl the amount an- familiar equity jurisdiction hearty 100 such report as t each case under a general Uw.
)Mon'on the arbitrator elected nnder the trusty plied to the .' ,344,4<)6.03. ThereceIpt. decree have been taken during the year, the nix AOHtCl'LTL'RAL. .

of iMcetnbrr 6, lesS, rendered an award t for 181 were .10,0,911.and the expenditnres evidence dl.el.lnl that a very large number of The report of the secretary of agrlouttnre deserves ",
effect that nn compensation was due the fl"of 1889. of naturallration have ,
tl6,71.ln crtfct attention In view of the fact that the- i
Danish government to the United States on account The | and been this connection I especial
eu.tll 0.2.8.
-- nt _hAt Is commonly known .the CarlosBotterfield the ript from Internal rvlue ,- beg to renew my recommendation that the year has been marked In a rery unusual degree by It

claim 191. cm th side of expenditures, that for laws be 1 amended ** to require a more full andsenretilng agitation and organization among the fmen. ; .
Oar wtb the French republic continueto wa tI9.312.0i6.9 In excel the preceding Inquiry Int all the fact necesRary tolisturalization looking to an Ineieose" profit of their bnsirness. ,
TIE IS IN FAVOR OF h cordial. representative at that court year. befo any certificate are granted. It will be found that the ernrt of the depart
very diligently urged the removal of the restrictions BEPOBT Or THg TRKASDHKB 1 crlnl)11 not to much to require tbat an ap menthavebeen tntnllti ntly zealously devoted '
Imposed upon our nl products, and It The treasury sUtement for the current fiscal' American citizenship shall be heardwith to th.imFOiflPtt000ftbO Interest' Intrusted t tea ;.,
I* believed that substantial progress b been a. much care and recorded with a*much for care. A very substantial Improvement the
FORCE BILL. made towards a Just Itlement rear, partly actual and par)8tmted. I* A followsi mal,a* are given t case Involving the pettiest market price of the leadlnr farm "rouct during .

THB .AIOA:T8B4T. Receipt from II lurcC. 14.0,0 property right. the )ear I* price wh.t advanced
Ta samoan treaty signed year at Berlin by total expenditure, f 3MODO,000-leaTlng a surplus TUB POOL-SELU5O VETO. from 81 cent In Ortotwr 189. to $1.16 In ,

representatives of the United State, Germany of !2mo 000, ht taking the postal rclpl Into At the but session I returned without my approval October,18VO;corn from 31 cents t /,cent;ot .

ta and Or.t Britain, after due ratificationand I the account either side. The I" ryenue a bill entitled "An act to prohibit bookmaking from 39cents to 4 cn" barley 6 ,-
from for the lost Is estimated at to 78 cent ) a
customs cents
qo.rtr and pool-selling In the district of oomm- .ubtnua "
MANY OTHER SUBJECTS ech.nba began t produce effects. of Increase. '
OF NATIONAL Iaalr but from thin a gain not Urge an
d] t2.o,0. his, and Hated objection to be that It did not 1
Te formation of the Innmaent I realized during the first four my The trade In live animal and fowlsthowe : I
< tI8,0.0
upon soon replace the dl.orer lt I month year. For the year IBM, tbe total rblbltbut In fact, licensed what It purported npr largo increase. The totataralne of .
INTEREST DISCUSSED; a stable administration just the natives estimated rtpl.r$33.0.0 and the estimated An effort will be made under th such exports for the year ensllngjuselo.iioO, \,
and t I estimated existing law to suppress this evil, though was $ and the Increase owr the preceding
the three
equitable to powers most conwrnec surplus of t31.l2..4., which al a cash not certain that they will b found adequate.Vanatnaker'e 3.CoO., (15,000,000. Nearly 200,0)0 more
In trade sod Intercourse with the Samoan Islands.
balance of$ 2.0IO.1 the beginning of the year, I.pnrt cattle over 4.1.1)01) more hog were exportedthan
The chief justice has been chosen by the king of a
will give $ u the sum availablefor In the preceding year. The export trade in
67.17.i. of the general show the
Sweden and Norway on the Invitation of the three To report postmaster
the bond other and and In dairy was
n.rel'I full! power a,1 will even lie Instled The land torn- nse*. The oUI"nhnr expendiluresfor or mlt gratifying program In the Important work bee pruCtl tbe increase plKluet ni
To the Senate and House. of Representative t mission the have In processof .tmato. committed to his direction. The baldness larJl1lncreald.
the postoRIco being equal are not from l04,91g pounds to 29,-
The reporu of the several executive department organization a rational and evenly distributed Included In this statement en either side. method bare been greatly Improved. A large 1 ", lolnl the t.tl Incrl In the value
which wi.l be laid before congress, In the usual scheme which of taxation Is in both munlclrl Inlupn Imports The act directing the purchase of silver bullion economy In expenditure and an Increase of four of mea flnd.and "r.lucI exported being $34-
will exhibit In detail the operation ot thegovernment now re- '
course. ns Op'll. and the Issue of treasury note thereon approved and millions In receipt have been 0,0 This trde. directly belptn to
for the last year. Only the king. Ii has been three-quarter believed
11 Jnly 1890, administered by the secretary It ,
The new of extradition with Great realized. The this Is $3,78(1,300 aa
and treaty deficiency )ear )
Incidents chiefly
more Important r.ult. of the treasury with an earnest tort farther and very largely increased when the I
inch H may lie the foundation recommendations Drlaln. after due ratification was proclaimed on ( circulation at the earliest .,"rp.e against *8,3j<\l83 last year notwithstanding thegreat tem of Inspection and sanitary supervision now
I shall submit be referred to In this 2"h of last March. Its beneficial working Is Int enl of the lnlc Mall routeshave
wi monthly amounts of treasury notes contemplated rpmen' law Is brought fully Int operation.
been and and "ro"ld"ll
annual The and Increasing buRla. \a1 appItt quickened greateraccuracy ) .
by the and it the same time of tho secretary to the
... ot m..J. baa been transacted by yes HKHBIVO IE TROUBLE*. to give to tug provisions vinch Rap and dispatch in and delivery of our meat* against .taLllb" .
the several dc"arment during the year with The difference between the two government port a* the law contemplate" hnliln de"re.cltlon nave been attained. The report will be healhln'nel imputation that have been usmn then
faithfulness without reveal- the fur oral In the found to lie full of Interest lint suggestion not
energy IUCcl. touching question Jlehringura In the price of silver ha been observed .1.rld nlultd in fnlistantlal progress
Ing BO fat .loan ascertainasingle easeofdelolcation Is not yet adjusted, ax will be seen by the correspondence with The rapid rise In price which only to congress, but to thol thoughtful citizen Veterinary surgeons not by .the departmentare
or An which will be laid before rlrt who may be Interested to wha buslnes
em.uem.lt earle.t e.or soon conf and tho passage of now allowed to participate In the inspection
been nl"II t .tlmul"t s BnO .,. The offer to submit the question t arbitration the act Wi lolo.ed Inlucncd. In pome degree method ran do for that department public administration of the lire rattle Irol this country landed at the,
which moat our .
o responHblllty duty I proponed by her m.JeetY"ly"mment, by the recent nearly al English dok., alll during the .evrl months .
officers and einp'oree: of every grade, alt the ha not yet been ra. reaction I* In part the result of the same raune people. they on duty no case contagiousliluuroPnettmtlata I
work dune by them has almost wholly escaped on- that the form of submission proponed mind In part of the recent monetary disturbance rITE ASTI-tOTTERT tAW. ha* been reported. This inspection ,
favorable criticism. I speak of these matter with Is not thought to lie calculated to nssnre Some months of further trial will be necessary to The plg the act t amend certain sections abroad und the domestic inspection of
freedom, because the credit of this Iod work Is a roncluilon salt-factory to either party. It determine theIrm.nenc effect of the recent leg statutes relating to lotteries, lire and pork products, provided for

not mine, but I* shared Iy the body., ot the falthlnloffioer several Is sincerely bnl'et that IMulr tho oJllnl of another islation upon silver values but It Is gratifying to approved September 10, 1890, has' been received the aimas let An rust 30, into, will _>0ord A bJ.,
depsrtminU great seaitn
who work nnd.r ..n some ar nll.nt. may lieeffected know that th Increased circulation secured b) with great and deserved popular! favor. Tho post- perfect a guaranty for the wholesomeness of
and einplnyti Iho which States
a the act has and
1..1. will continue to exert,
.11 .Aur exered. meats offered for I
li.vtted office department and the ot at foreign as *any.
closest scrutiny ot congress Is tin pmiierty right RuFsIa which ha not most and upon department justice 'cn.lmpton
method) of administration. .no to every (torn of been dli-retarded by any nation for mor than general va.uei.: While It.has upon not bu.lnel thought once entered upon the enforcement of the law acceptance wh"reIvn to quits any clearly 1011 "llnct.reveal the real irs motive non-.

expenditure.ISTBllSATIOSUI. Hchtv T<*.,proceeding time outbreak ot'the exist l heat to renew formally the suggestion of an Inter.national with sympathetic vigor, and already the pill 110 of any continued restriction of their uses and U

COXftBKXCBS. log tub con'erene. looking to an agreementtouching mall have been largely freed from tho fraudulentand that bavins been made the duty 0f the .,
The friendly relations of our with the >u u."rlr.c a wrong was done t the klm! j- nneot ulcer for at a demoralizing appeal and literature emanating executive w 111 be very plain.Time clar.. "
Ilia dom of I am bound to presume uniform ratio, care has been eonag servo from the lottery "
nation ot Europe ald.t .en nndlstarbed w.. companies. InformatonlYtn l>v the secretary of the i% l'
while ties ot will ami wholly Ilblntnt.nal. Duties were levied on certain closely any change In the situation abroad anil The 'iavy. the beet sugar Industry '
t 1.1 e"nmol "whllb are Included In the reelJniclty no favorable opportunity will lie lost to is .
promote The and of the full of Interent. already passed the experimental
Interest that to the lt. of the w.tr treaty now nl.tn between the UnIted a result which it I. confidently believed contnlctol equipment I bR .. '
Htaten the ; wOlld ships have mode satisfactory stage, II a commercial IUCI. ..d'rho
hemisphere bare been oeubly strengthened by all 'ILhot In confer large the navy very
b"tt area over which the beet "
the conference heM In thin canlul t con.lle .le"ul the necessary exception In faYfr that the yer comm"rc progress. Since March 4. ItsO. nine new vessels In verY nig Inpn-i ir *. cl..uc _''

measures for the jlel welfare. l'II. Ilnitnm. 1 blll eo"I"* .will "I.ar what might The recent monetary disturbance In England have ben put In commission anti during this 110're.llyeultiyated crop 1..i "" Is offered; to' the choice of '
the Invitation by congress ropreeeutatives .l1 Ii on the part are not unlikely to ngget a re-examination of olr more, including one munlor. will boadded. of the treasury
of every Independent sute of the .f this government. opinion upon this .ubjuc.Onr very large supply The construction of the authorized In tho .crtar eoncur agriculture
American continent and llaytl nut In conference An award In favor of tbe tJnlted Pistes In themnitterof of gold will If not legUlatlon! lu 1. being pushed both in the governmentand that the official supervision the secretary provided cf by .'

la this capital In o.tol.r. low, and rontlnued in the claim of Mr. Van Ilkkelt against the supposed Interest of silver give n* a position private yards with enou-mryand watched with the tariff law for of domestic productionshall
acuiilon until ot last April. This Important Ilaytl was rendered on the 4th 1K8, of advanuge In promoting a permanent and are tho most scrupulous care. The experiments conducted transferred .uja department of agricullure.
oonvocitlon murks amo t Interoitlnu and but owing to the disorder then and alterwardmprevailing International agreement for the fr use of silver during the year to test the relative resisting .
. influential epoch lathe bl.tr1of the westernITllln'teworthy In Hnytl. the term of payment wet a* a coin The effort of secretary t In. power of armor plate have ben so valuable THB CIVIL
dot oh.ned. A new agreement as to the eel the volume of money In circulation by keepIng to attract great attention! In Europe. IFRVleE
The law
while payment hat l liven approved and now In force the The relating to the service has 10 far
tha.rul.lndto nlde I treasury, surplus to the lowest practicable only part of tbe work upon new
an Imperial form .bar.1 Other juiit claims of citizens of \ United States limit \ been and In a high ships that I II threatened by unusual delay I* tho as I can learn been executed by those having the

republic, la the deliberations re- for the red..r wrnl suffered during the late degree successful. The unrmlllj. by him armor and every effort i* bring made to Inwerol pplntlootlo the classified service,
aulta ot the conference. The recommendation poltcal HaYt wiiii; I I. hopdd.speedily showing the Increase of money in circulation dur reduce piltni. the minimum. Is a source ofCoumgrattilatinn with and the
Imlatlllt1 ar"le .
of this conference wore all triMisuiltted friendly tratmen& ing the last two decades, and especially the talde that the anticipated Influence ot bran Increus'n'! j satisfactorily. The of hecommIssion
to oongres at the I.t I..lon.Te A proposition of the tat, showing the Increase during the month. he those modern vessels upon esprit de of. report
conference, w, Ich extradition between tbe United .ni ho administered the affair of the de. the officer and seamen ha* been fully corps shows a lal amount of good work
W.bll h.trnati.na tol .' winter, reachel, a very I Italy I* now under consideration.You partment are Interesting and Instructive Confidence and pride In tho ship among the crew done during the year with very limited anproprla*
gratifyfnj r been brought to the attention of all tlie governments the Invitation of Italian government the nineteen months has been, In the aggregate. consideration Is invited the rccom congratulate the congress and the eount
represented, and theft general adoption ,I to take part In an approaching eonrerenc to con- ':.I"I3 or about $1 1,6 per captai and of tbl* inundations of the secretary. t upon the passage, at the lire session of
l.ejnttiientilCXpeCtotf. The con. shier the adoption ot a Inlvll prime meridian wa due to the recentsilver frel congress, of an uuusunl number of laws of
The Interior
111hUln 7.101.IIJ
truss at tua Taut session Is In with the Irom which to reckon longitude' and tma As leglMat'oi. this inhmntial and Department IIrpnrt high Imjiortnncu. The re.ult ot thIs
and this proposal follows In track of Tho report of the secretary of the Interior ex.' will the
propositions of the conlerenco the proclamation needed aid g yin to resulted In an lejlelaUol L ," enlarge
therein provided for will be Issued when Iho sought to be Initiated liy the meridian conference erormous re.iu. lion of eomme.public debt and of the fatbits with gra fullness and clearness the vast lanufa.tlrlnj industries, larger and
other power liavd given notice of their .dh II,". of \Vaalilngton held on the Invitation of this government annual interest clurgo in a matter of Increasedsatlsiartlon. work of great department and the latlsfac- better lircad.Muffs and
The conierenee' of llrmm'.Is.to devise Insane for the United State should nlanlh' a There have been purchased and tory results attained. The suggestion made by provisions, both at home and abrod. more
suppressing the slave trade In Africa, afforded friendly, interest In the Italian proposal. redeemed since March 4. lifll, 4 4'i per cenl constant employment and bttr wages'
vpnortiinUy f or a nuw exprtsalon or the Interest In this eon..tln 1 may r'e fclth approval to bond to the amount of Cill,832,4CO a him are erne.t, commended t the conAlderon for our working | ople ansi Increased
Lbe American people fed in th.t great work. It the anggertlon my predecessors r.that a standing e.'4.620.HI. resulting In the ant er.lt.f of congress, though they cannot all be given supply of a safe currency for the transaction of

soon beuaiiio. evldunt that the measure propoited provision le mide .L'el'tlg. whenever ehale of and a total patcua uiuntlon here. 111 Inc... I do not doubt some of thuds measures
would tax the resources of the Congo bll stemmed .hl.alo, the nYlltnn. of for. saving, of .O7.1 AlOt" TUB INDIANS. were enacted at so late a period that the beneficial
available under eign to ehan 11,70.70 effects upon which tho
yond the revenues general govrnment conrerelc.lokhll INTEKXAL cOIII.re r 11 con
of Uerlln of I The Tutted Statue not being to thl Iancement I notice with great COLLECion.the of The several aol of congress looking to the reduction templation congress, have as ret '..srthllmanifested
at party to tbat act! "cOIIt not share In Us relah'n., regard ,'Ienc 'Inllton. commercial la" pleasure 'ltn.ent of the larger Indian reservations to the tb""I.lye.. The general trade and
but by a separate l Itdepcndent "t, t 1' and procedure, .ther affecting tho lu. I the .ecrtar that th receipt from internal rev. more rapid ivttlcrar-nt of the Indiana upon individual industrial condition throughout the country

Congo was Ireed Iroiu the restrictions upon a tercuunte and progress lt modern CUluI.unltla. I "nie haY Increased during the last fiscal year alntmenta. and the restoration to the public during the year have shown a marked Improvement
custom* revenue. The demoralization. and do. TUB MH1-UTB WITH PoRTIGAL neary! eI2.0.0.and that the cost of collecting In excess of their needs have ,- t'or many years prior to 18X8 the merchant,

.trunttve trafflo lu ardent spirit among the In the summer of 1S& an Incident occurred I, wa .by M,617 than for the same purpose In the ben largely carried Into effort, so far .the work lisa balances of foreign trade had been largely la
trllx-s also claimed the earnest attention of the which for some time threatened t interrupt the preceding year. The percentage of the cost of col. contldud to the executive. have our favor but during that year anti the year fol
conference and the delegate of theUnited cordiality of our relations with the government lectlng the customs revenue was hems for the last been concluded since Alrwent IM. lowing they turned against us. It Is very gratify
bUtos were foremost In advocatingmeasures of Portugal. That government seized tbe 1.al )ear than" ever before. Involving the cession to the United Ing to klow that the last fiscal year again shows a
fur Iii r"rul.n.n accord was DelagoaBaj custom administration board provided for of about acre of Those balance In our favor of over The bank
reached, the be very helpful riway. which was el.truut,1 under a con by the act of Jui e 10. I"U selected with great eontrct bye.1.7.J" bylaw, Ilnd tied clCang., which furnish a Iood IG.loO. yolum
and extundovera wkleregton. As soon as ". granted to an American ctizn. and at the care, and is composed of men whose ratification and fur the appropriation blolne.. transacted for first ten Ilonth.
these mcusuie shall receive the sanction of the same time annulled the The conce- exierlenco| In the administration part of the previous old necessary to cat ry them Into eleet These, the year, 18 show .. compared with tbe same

1etberland.for a time withheld the general act cloudy who had "lhark"o his fortune In theeltrl.rl. customs regulation baa made them familiar with the Slmteton and Wabpeton. tox. mnilh. 1. an increase for the whole cunt.
for ratification. by the senate. .having other mean of re with the evil to bo remedied, and Iowa, I'ottawottomie anl Absentee Shawnee, about 8.4 pr cent while the Increase
Meanwhile negotiations have hero. opened for a d" compiled to invoke the protection of In part of men whose legal and judicial requirement soil Cflcnr d'AIn.tribes, have not yet received the city Jvew York was over 13
new compline treaty of frlrmUblp,., the : of per During the month of October
ant Clllier. government. Our representation* were nmaileoohlmcitfontiy mind experience teemed to them for the *ant t on congress.Attention cent
cial navigation. between the Ulitd butcs with those 01 the Krltlsh government worl of Interpreting and aug11 lt the new stat Is also called to the fact that the ap the elealn/lofhe whole c&untry bowed anln-
and the 10dul""In') slate of the ( whose subject were also largely ltO. The cliluf aim of the law Is Inl secure honest proprlations made In the case of the Sioux Indian over October, 1889,while out.
XUWONITIUN OV BHAZ1UToward and balmily' resulted lu the .e"ltlon IIWrotcl.. valuations! _all dutiable! morhandll and to have not covered all the stipulated pay lido of N'ewYork the Increase w.is IIX per enc
the end of tho past year the only Independent I'ortug\ the propriety of submitting the; make tue.e valuations at all our p monarchical government on the western Indemnity ) out of its entry. It had been made manifest by a agreement I* confirmed, all of its items shouldUi ume ot business was ver general throughout the

continent-that of llrull-csasad to exist and was action to arbitration.. Irowlnl of settlement sional. Investigation that a system of c""lr.- .compiled with without delay and full appropriations country That this uusincss was belngcon-,
relation having been agreed upon, the Interested powers tion had been long In use by certain classes of Importers should be made. due"d upon a sale and prol"'I. basis la shown
succeeded by a republic. Dlplom.tl .readily conclrr" in the proposal to submit the resulting uot only I in a great Ions of revenue The policy outlined In my lost annual messageIn tat that there w 3 Ie. lallu'8 re-
wore at once established tie stew IOYr. mace to the judgment of three eminent jiirisu, to but In a most Intolerable discriminationagalnHt relation to the patenting ot land to settler ported October, 18 than same month of
ment.but It was not completely recognized be ie lgnat"d by the president of the Swiss republic honesty. It I* not seen how thla legislation upon the public domain ha been carried out In the prcellg year, liabilities. diminished
opportunity bad been afforded to ascertain that I who, upon the joint Imitation of tbe governments when It I* undertO.I. can be regarded by the administration of the land office. No Ienerl by 1,0.0. Tho value of our export of
had popular approval and support. When ot the United Mates, Great llrltaln and the citizens of any country having commercial suspicion or Imputation ollraud has been domestic merhand'.during the last year wa*
000rmu of event yielded assurance: of this J'ornjalhllleetd person well qualified for dealings with us a* unfriendly. If any duty IIalplll U> du'ay the hearing and adjudication of Individual over and$113,000,000 greater than In the preceding
feet no time was lout In to new .1 to be executive let the complaint be c.a upon their merits.' 'Ibe purpose ha year was only exceeded once In 01 history.
government a full and tltnlll lle tie the The rYI.lol of our treaty relations with the lodtred there. It will surely not be claimed by perfect the'title of honest lotle. with tural About $10,0,0 of thl excess was II agricul
of Anieriaau eommoiiwejlths. It Is court. empire Japan .continued to be the lubject any cetl.dlspoecmt people that a remedy may besought such promptness that the value entry prolcU. '
tai believed that the good relation of the two of tHHinlduratlon and ,of correspondence. Timequestions and allowed lu .a system of quasi smug might not be .walow.t up by the expense and The of of pig Iron U lw.J a good'
countries will preserved and that the future Involved are both and gling. extortions to sulijectod the cl.lmant gauge gcm'ra'I'r"al'"rlly11' a recent
will witness b Ilcr intimacy of ktrcura and whie" v>'111 tie my duty Jr.v.Ie that delct. The War Department. The average monthly issue of census bulletin to bate been 153 percent greater
t" United f i ho been increased about In 1IWO than in 1880. and the production of 290
the uiutual lt talcs are not by chance
aod an expansloa CKllllrl.The ". any Tbe report of the MI rotary of war U.O.The cent 161
of Central Amcrlc again been exposed to undue discrimination I sincerely several .xblblt Disability l en.lon Itailon tier Jratl. Mining in coal has bad 1m.

disturbed peace through a revolutionary change In $.- .that such icvisloii .wi'l: satisfy the lellLllu'le.xpc.ton ho. wise crattylnr.ult. attained during year disability pension act,which Ac.Tbo approved portation. resulting, from defICient
of "10 by method The .
and"a.llr. which wo broke not r'coln"lb, other >tate.1 present and long continued friendly of d"rtol'unotellltou.frln army
lu.UIII to Involve&al relation 'Iwtveen Japan iOu! the United States for which congress and the department have .rapidly M wa practicable. The increased everywhere fully employed and the

America lu \bnl''nlll and to undo ti progress Centra, nay b eecwd long been seeking a remedy) hat been reduced el"rle.llurce provided, was selected and assignedto affected the lost year b a smaller number of employe

which had boon..li toward union Inter 'UI ULTIO) 'WITH ..310 durlnl the past year 24 per cent and for the work and a considerable part of the force engaged since 1884.,str.krs The and lockout than In ny year
depression in the
ct Tbl.llrt t thlsgoverunietit' wor promptly friendship between oar country and Mexico, of August and lel'tmbr. which In examinations in the field was rcale" cultural hid linen prices of agr.
to ooiniioM differences time the favorable of June ICih and added the force of the prouc. greatly rl"ved
> born at close at
and through the acthe effort of the representative Illhl.rho.and strengthened by were felt SJ per cent, a* compared with the lame The .' t worlluj of claim felt buoyant by all our hopolul tn. .. t h
tint Dulted Slates a > of andrclprallnt".t 108). wople.
of l ruYlelola treaty many fll".t InWI'un have by reason of Improved methods, been more
peace was signed on August whereby)the 11.'r been more con pcxama CLAIM rapid than ever leo. Terre 1* no economy to Tbe J'"nl.111 Infueno. have bl In some

right of the republic olllvdor to ch. own spicuous tU AI m.r hopeful of Increased The remits attained by a reorganization and coverall et II while there ta much favorable moneury .urpr.ln' have very nn-!
ruler* WM Nnlaad. Utuerl beta, the chiefof benefit ta 1.lh nations; t h".r..ur.of the twocountrieS consolidation of the hardship .ntlnJo.tlce t the ehler. The t.ken place In recently
having antlc England. It Is
the has since been charge of gratifying to know
provl.lul.1 KOYOrDI"nt by r.la1. great >mak.ng: constant the service record pated "I".htur.wbl.vr I.rle. will not i that these did not grow, tn of
continued lu assembly, and growth the e"lhobulll"" and Uwo recently bn'pttl.nd of the volunteer etl'ate. beforelha financial relations London any uetru, out the
41ulouuuta recognition duly I.lowe projuclol. add ULtmacCr and open Ildlcr are very remarkable. This change was enactment the liberal enlargement out of any discredit attached with to our people pr
Till IA1811114 -FFAJ& ehalne" of acee.t f.h ar of demand effected in July 1S89, and at that time there were of the general law should luvgjst a held In that Ibe return our of securities
The killing Urueral lUrrundla on board the and aupply. The h..or.I"of Mexican railway tl case awaiting more than bait of more careful scrutiny of bills for special relief and .market by a ournonds|

Faclfia mill, steamer o Acapulco while anchored In ny.u>iu will .. tea ilegrralmutt these being call* fml atentol.th office for In. both as to tbe cow when relief f granted and kngl eok., WI by any hues of "oluI money or stringency In the in
luiiwulbte to forecabt
if it shoald pn.lon to the amount allowed. crdi
of San Jose de formation to securities themselves.Ve
transit In the port Hutlnaa demanded a link In the luteruoutmenul \ UCC.r of pension could not. howove.
careful Inquiry. Havluit faUld a revolutionary tuat projected our In 1 cl.lm. SOth day of June last though TUB BEFOUIIATIOX ix CTAH. wholly esca pe the III effects of a foreign
attempt to Invade Guatemala reolm.ud be raised tt the fIrst alll. the City of Mtxlco over: new calls had come In. then was lot a The Increasing number and influence of the agitation accompanied by such estfo.Un&net-
fl I hinghi that had not been examined non-Mormon : in cidenu as this. It
Tl e cordial character of Utah ol served chr"Urzd
MexIcan territory. General HarrundU took p aaage our rl.UoU with Fpain IlpU.tol a bl"c
fur The warrant the hope that by the .f an.rd with The letter of Wlllard boweyr. the. Incidents which
at Aeupuloo I'alama convent u f therepresentatives cul'nualc the I POOH MIUTtBT DEFENSE. rot t ma unfavorably affected
of Hiatu methods of friendly: Woodruff, president of the Mormon church tbe Yail. lu this
llnltd was sought I.tlt"ua lo'b may tam in can
I Ions withstand
concur In the of the the
aocomplislicd In th.. secretary and
to effect his seizure Cball.rlc whore adjustment of rmmendtol. .blel be advised his people "to refrain from con wbolesoii influences which .tnl. .a.
the steamer tou"bud, and Jow.Ibe peodiiiiriiuuatioiis.nid ol the increoMuf our traile. that the regular appruprhatlonshim : to are give
at"r"ard. sn marriage forbidden the our people
any by law of profitable
return in
ol the r"fu.d his The extent and drtelopiuentuf our trade with continued for coast dcleniu works and ord all branches of
Ol'tln t up the land lies wide att"on, and It I* IcIUltl trad snd industry.
the Island
of 4 ulm jur.t"d
without written from thaUnlteu In"t rein have been
passenger or".r t Ion*of the United State and $"oID..la nance. fau. practically agreed Upon, hoped that the will be highly Lent ttcl.il TUB TAuiry ACT.
Mates inlnlstrr. The later tlrnl.he the .atu pecu and be no good reason for delaying the in restraicing, infraction of the of the The apprehension ,
Importance, it la Lw. tariff
desired u the his that t. may again and
nt a
Ilttr. .tIUIAlhll. dltel execution them while *. but the fact should be ou
.pIa defenseless over be
In state of once
arrangement regard to lb subjected
action, tl. should tie cowner I." looked that tbe doctrine, or of the a t. important general
epared, that be Ibnuld. tried only for of. t.I'lprIIY provision of recent Unit a our great .aporl furc.be. A urgent reason fo church that tiolysaainua! .Uet. right, changes would undoubtedly add a d-pre.sln* Infiuence .
(DM* growing, out insurrectionary raoteMOM. ol"r.tl lintel Iwuenclally for both cortru- wlsa npedllO encouragement tht has and Ilrbg. remain of the most serkmi character. The
U now been the militia of the .uppurey general
Thisktur was captainof lent subject attention. generally Woodruff tariff act has
the CApulu by the tuiUury commander aBan Tbl"'t.r.ition of tb ,".1'lna Kricason and inokt appropriately designated the .. but retrain from does not renounce only partially gone into operation,
tea of its
Jose, a* hi. warrant to t >k* the to .etll.aord a I;r.tlylna tKcailou honor national Inard..lonl" b continued and enlarged. and t dotrl.. practice because hlng 1m. 1n'pt.le provisions being limited to
the steamer ( p..oler'wm the memory to These in I tie otlt t.k effect in the uture. The
a Urge generalprovisions
.lnera lru ral.1 nius 1..t ..ntr\ \bO t.- orJ.lton.'(on.utlte. tt. Uw U Ygainat It. !> it U that
eJ'tur and was our country 0" II"b. to bear sense, the States while law shou d not" attempt to with of t law have been In force less than
being that tbe mlnUter Mr. Mlxner ness tu the unbioken frit ndshlp which existed about nve-klxtlM of the annual cost of dul tb falL
.Yldlo' ba tbu ur belief of any one.but it I* sixty II permanent effect upon trade and
hail exceeded the bound of his authority In in* ivtll..,.I. ...' t..". .laudwhlch' _I.I..._. .1-1.bore. _un.Islam Id our own. maintenance I 1"'r'et by the state. and the only safe tiiiuir t deal with the .tbloj. Itfifwa_ a.,, .-"- a<,.i._ _IM_ .__.nl_ '
t rr'ulug, lu compilation with the demand* of the.tiuatamalan -- u of of Utah. 1* .ww. .
authorltiet to authorize and effect, On the d of tv|>u mbcr Lot this tommUsloo anpomtod Jprt".lt .a.Uc. iutbot wbobUtO polygamy to ba curious to note that the alvane In the prices ef
in violation. ul iirvccdent the MIXUN ou a vesocl to revue the 1'.111.01. the couiiui-I I The .uoru c.erl" under the rhbUc a1 lut hv. tl power t make I .rtcl.wholly by tariff act was

.1 the United Slates of a passenger in tran"lt tiou under the claim. ,, brtween the law submitted rly t but.this department l"fo VUB XKW STATE Iny. nattily ascribed to lImit act. Notice w.
charged with political and lu Untied Mate and >.uesuela of l!>ui, brought It* of justice one f department i nut taken of limit fact that tbe general &nWncyof
ol.. admission
he might his Irlellu under what It.to a clO within tbol lurliHl fixed l.?r that *, Route reference th eucatY. The of the StateS of Wyoming and the market was upward trout 'wboly
was as /ArU.1 ol"n., w.constrained proci. dnls.t the Lite coramluiou here. A vigorou t and.ork In the 10 appropriate Idaho t the union are event lul of interest and apart from the recent CJ ltlltoa
to dsyow)1 I r, Uiinar' liouuud and recall hAnS wermcbanmcturged .1Jnt 1m partiality min A I cnrtll.Uol not only t It people of those enlargement of our 11 the
and a of justice o effective effort baa been mode to bring to trial ilver luiil
from his an undultdlyY
pooL blab.el.u states. now endowed : a
Incident. with a full IIwa tndD
"hlcl and punishment all of the law. hl'pUy partlcU .
rite MCABAOITA caaai.The wa lany &the subject of "oalon But at of .U4t. \a" te' prlc.
our and
issue two ha been b- the tame time, care ha been taken that frivolous piution pr"leje. responsibilities but na'ur. desirous the leg
Xlcarucua caual under the control Iu''ron.ent. Unposed
prJ.ut. and technical offense should! Iw to belt of states ,
a manner and not used to Swell U .cewb. by many erroneously
of our citizens, UiUiaXIng uioj.1 ncouraging progreea. bothrartw all. the settlement Mt..ctoy to the few of officer, or t harm weU-dipoeJ citi- from tbuuo to the lacinc. Vise tha ace alt 5

All the pnlmh.a couulllonsoud initial theVenezurU 8team Transportation Company.elouu v( icu*. 1..C.atunti.l.called t the fact con bt. The won from ahlur very bightuoiitutiindatiofl. There is wisdom nor jn.Uo la the surnstion -
within which wa tbe of prosecution violations awon' accomplished has that the subject of
operation subject a ,resolution lewd revision
ptvacriLed la.. Il 'DplWe past negotiation tb. at U* lout. .iO of jh. .d"I''d .! law and offenses u been very largely the resultsntve I* again opened before ibis law bad a ah.
Ilrnl year Kill in irogrca and n'l "IUaIW" ar United State number of agin. been such a* to secure confidence and consideration It i* true that tariff fa
been ofcr
have settlement of the qut every
'' Uo e. for the of i
th*cuuiniiJ lb
claim of American citizens against tItus aUUCiit&Sed. lions secured ver them Up plea o .olitton. je'ta objetou. NO Lilt woe ever ,
of Chili, principally growing out Ioyera.a ova COXsrLAB guilty.will, It. hup.have a r.tninl Tht enumeration TIK C11n. tuppoee. I.a tu rates and claesincatloaa
tb.lt..a 'E.neE of
u influence. been several people the had the lull *v.'n of a
reports from our legislation ot the VnlC approval party Such
$.. wILI"r\ expedition of aa wlul.tr early T. of pA' years baa evinced postniuten appointed by m* have been subjected State under the provision of the act of rh 1. legislation Is always and Ilu'y euI product
satisfactory warnt aiJustIiScimLOurrelimfimmul t. th part congress a r.Ij ral&eol: o to violent I"rlernc la the dtbc of their teA .been the result will be at of compromise as to t. present
with Uilna. which have for several the[ Ul.nranc of lisa on.ua! II fOtr- official ad t penoual once officially olp"lad The is ..exception. Cut in iu and ..
hug our commercial relation of the extreme character t cnlJ I think it will the support p
)ears ao important a place In our abroad and In pro 1.IDc bouieofilwse completion of hue ddcenaiul devolve fet justify those
diploioutitf ulll h"C. have cll for careful eon- tecting the domestic .venu A* the cupe of ..have been dealt wit through the department upon congress this duty of ennl"rol new believe that American legislation

.Ilr.un bwm of much cor- operation expand. Increased. provision. mutt be o jUllc.and in l. cases toe pott- apportionment of representative among the and should conserve and dd..drC t
man emcee hn aloU.h"d or have several states, according their tb wage of
tbe IUII"lee. respective
;'o'unl.Uo.* of th Clilueje minister t. keep Tb. up anU standard of effliency. directed the v&.t gencr this I IWWr t I I ulUtUOI.tu ,b terms of
neeeablty which t
lomaadeqoaU measure course in where vidaly a
the subject uf our "" """I" a Cu other TUB rreuo BCTLMXQ BILL | dlal
Vd inspection ha been failed sad abroad wOl be
to often effort to
conventional with iSIS otuintry. and at e any At the lost session I had or aa,
tiM saiim Nlt. tbruuga lu is. p.lt tll.emily coutmnsed the .ubJ" postmaster not himself In an opportunity o.lul to return, tbe evil auguries A t It reran u.r.o lb.
at bo curnl"n& various t peacefully to eurlo Ui* duties of hi. but w h my objection bills making prylO market savings IUC
gallon IVkia
Shatters and. touching, and fnr the rnenue of time tMernment from all aonrcee such action D.u"pla' tb ul.the lo the erection of public bul n&lo tl. reason trade "pr tb = | ..atB.
prowoiion of.I'I.I'nI rhino b lut1 9u3,0s year endinAluna SO: I**, were mA- department of justioe t bruij; t particular of that the espndtl eltlpl\in pple A,ready teur. narroii ibruaj
'A my
cU..ln pnuanc .ne ti .'tLt the fender to punbumout.TKAt our outturn houses that ar
tit the concurrent n of ) .tt Idltl' fo 8 opinion. any public fcoc'asa the
have vroyuMd ,NuU uiusnu o( Mc>l M and !.rlu.>eT ai postal receipts IM.LL>r kATl KALUATIOX ClannlTE ItgiaUtiun 1* more LIAbLe to .e.d to effect Bum IIaUu liaimuU to the blblt

: \" "j hrMo 11 lai'udt i the suw- TI v aatll by Judicial 1-1' .t fraleWJ' dC"lct u Uc a uas mlf scramble, atvut toe Lr jutl t A Iwl.of the.' \nwwc pe of'Xe.owls I-



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SHED. ,BY A VOLCANO.Chills weeks of testing taprogfcrlt regulate and beery Iron money loon gav tray' to.,. '<'I' NOTES: AND COMMENTS 1 I
', prove a 'ehrolHmetetlI.nd part of the silver and gold, because larger value 'f1 .._ eyiI
t trial' consist to subjecting the instrument it could be conveniently(carried So by: i ? ,
ea Utilize the to the action of cold in the ice box the laws 6f convenience, the precious ;j I', Frt isrR cad to-day place U many met

dido of a Crater. and to heat communicated through metals drove out the grosser and perish\ In the field a* Germany, but unless the BRIEF NOTES OF AN INTERESTING WHAT '18 OOINQ :Otf'IN, T>

glove* of ice and snow, and Bteampipc Each chronometer,. when able forms of money, and have ever population of France increase her army NATURE. t

.land .anmgglers, the cntter given out, is accompanied by a chart since held sway.-[Atlanta Constitution: will In time be far outnumbered 1 It y tint BUSY WORLD. d .

yesterday Her half dozen telling just how it will Yftry under certain -_. ---- of Uermiuy.Jon's flint rmn rue ALT. FOISTS ;K Tim. r i iA

n prime condition, not bar temperatures. A curious exhibit Heartless Deception. W. jAM'Attr, the piSsoncr of eotrrniRK STATES THAT WILL KXTKICTAIN ctrMMART on ocTsroa AMTAIM ooVt r
1 tho shown at the includes war. who in >RN RD! TOO MBWST DIMPATOnM' t
on trip, and her hold now observatory cutoff his feet Anderson TIM HEADER-ACClDKJTTg: FIRES,
e1l with the spoils of seizure eight chronometers that went down in A "real mean"trick was played on a villa! i.i order to ravo his life, oin .' on FLOODS, ETC. PROM tmcLit !AM" DOMAIN' AHD ritAt '

ghtimiterestingnewst the great gale! that swamped a fair }part girl the other night. A young mm the Ma';to. It can hardly: be said of hint TOE CABtB B1U O" 1-

; interesting result of the trip of Uncle Sam navy at Samoa. Their turning to her, after placing a jn-nnv to' that ho"is going to tread the board, and
James )[. Wise welt-known tob --
_ i was a visit paid by the offisgoslo glosses are broken and their works so his forehead while his head was tilted the critic, will bo unable to charge that a :\c-

? Island, where is the far used np that they are no good any back, Md : 'Isn't it funny I can't work '' lie merely walks through his put.: ronist, A.and Wise nephew[died in of Richmond exGovernorhenry A dispatch) of Saturday from Kbcn-
,cano of that name. In con. longer.-;-[Washington Star this ofI?' He winked, contracted his 'I' burg, Pit., tnyc: Johnston, Buck & C.", r ;
but tho TIIKRE are in Ilagliind ninety women day morning. bankers hive closed their doors. Asset
.nth one of the officers An in. eyebrows and scowled, penny !, ;
ume was obtained of the dis- How Trout Are Hatched f : was apparently Immo'Vable.unard as it ,. acting as poor law guardians no wisely General Cadmus, of Alabama, who was acd liabilities not yet known. i
and well that it 1 ts concededthat
d data gleaned by the visit sticks, I could of course pull it off with I generally recently injured by falling into an unprotected Kaston Clarke, carriage, manufacturer '
[ Is sixty miles southwest hand But would think I could advantages of women's co-opera street excavation in Washing t
ft of Tho hatching season begins in October my you tlon in this of Cincinnati, Saturday
It it easier than that." department are generally ton city, died Tuesday. dour
originally consisted of and ends in January. On the day dislodge recognized. Married when The firm expect to pay for dollar. r4
and two craters of whichg : Of course the girl wanted ,to try it. women, Four members of of settlers
one that I was in the harbor the first sweep qualified by distinct from that a party Assets $100,000; liabilities: 479.000.
into activity in 1702. "It takes some skill to put it on in the'' property from New Haven Conn. drownedby
A ,
of tho took big The formal the
ing season place. of husbands, arc eligible for election to presentation to president
Inter tho island the first place said he. "There's a the of sad boat lake
was scene capsizing a on
female trout heavy with ran this of officers of the Drasilian
eggs, up Of place, and four are now serving. squadron ;
IL" "Let it. won't'Voul"
pge convulsion of nature. The into the spawning race, and, accompanied me trv Tohopekalifffts, Florida, Tuesday. took place at the white house Saturday.
.. ,
Tiler now known New Boecame course she assented.: Everybody watched MANY a waiting in
as by her mate, nosed around the person The will of Henry K. Kllyson, late of The building bad been specially decorated
active. In some povei'ulsion suitable to make the proceedings intently. "To make it a hotel dining-room for a dinner to arrive the Richmond V
!gravel: for a place a *,, Ditpatck, was probated for the occasion.
the sandspit which had stay," he affirmed "VOII have to it from A far distant kitchen has wondered t
this for week press} The estimated
nest She will repeat a or : Tuesday. value ef '
The steel mill of Bethlehem\ Pa.
d the two parts of the island w'Med longer until such a time as the superintendent very hard. Tell me if I hurt you. why the inventive genius of the the estate is 180000. Ho leaves every tho ,
and one critter was separated deems sufficient, when she will girl put on a readyfor-sny-agony look. ,country had not perfected something to thing to his children. Iron Company shut down ?Saturday, ',,." ,
a other by several fathoms of be taken out of the water and He did press hard Jor at least a minute. conduct food back and forth from throwing 1,000 men out of employment.
It Is thought that during this ,her her sides strippedof rubbed Then ho took away his hand=and the kitchen to dining,room. A small electric The Southern Lumber and JUnnfartur- Officials say the shut down was necessitated 1

( on changes occurred in New Bo- by.hand.eggs Then by having the male will also bo penny, too, though: she did cot see him. railway does t just this thing in the ing Company, of Chattanooga, have madean by a lack of orders.

low tho water lino; that fin stripped and the egg taken to the "Now," ho said, "try and get it off, but palace of the German Emperor: at Berlin. assignment. It was Their announced indebtedness Tues Two robbers entered the cashier's office 4
were opened, through which don't use your hand." day morning. of Allcrton Packing Company of
hatchery and placed on a tray with a PKKIDKST: IlonEBT of tho Pcnnyl- about .
amounts to $50,000.At
of water made their way intodron wire sieve bottom. Here they will be She contracted her pretty eyebrows, vania Railroad has returned Chicago, Tuesday and at the mule of
within. This accounts for covered with water and let stand for worked her delicate forehead prodigiously from Company, Blackhawk, near Charleston, W. pittols compelled the cashier to empty '?
a tour cf tho West and South and
nense quantities of steam which half nn hour. After that they will bo and winked her orbs very hard. forth Va., Monday, John Hurgar, a sixteen tho contents of Ills safe-$3,200-in alack Q
interview in
cers of the Rush saw escaping washed and left in running water for It was all the others could do to keep puts to the a very hopeful business situation regard :'ear-old boy, qnarrellod with a corn pon and made good their escape. ,- --
he distance straight faces. "Isn't it queerl"she general ion named wHey Cook, aud struck him. '
crater at of
a fully sixty days or longer, depending on the but particularly the condition of the A New York dispatch sitysr Judge .
started it ?" with iron bar him I
exclaimed. "Haven't I
yet an killing instantly.The "
temperature. Every day they will bo :. railroads. President Roberts raid the Drown, in the United States, court on t
the two craters, New Bogoslov washed and the dead eggs removed. And again the contortions began. Another }Pennsylvania had run 1,200 can in comptroller of currency has authorized : Saturday, declined to grant a writer .

the most interesting field of Finally they wilt hatch out and the fry minute or so went by. It was 8st, one week over the new bridge erected by the Dominion bank of Bristol habeas corpus in behalf of Joseph: Wood, i .

|to the officer of the Rush. They will ,drcp through tho sieve into the ony for the observers, who wanted to I the road over the Ohio below Pittsburg. Va., to begin business with a capital bf negro: murderer, to be electrocuted this '
fined the crater to be only 200 water. Each baby trout will have a red laugh. "I don't believe there is any $100,000 and the! Gulf National bank, of week at Sins Sing. An appeal to that '! ,'i

ova the sea level. The peak had dis- sack under his mouth almcst as big as penny there at all," she added desper- FrnKpKooF construction of buildings Tampa, Flo., with a capital of 130,000.: United States supreme court was atones. '

red in the gaping hole. Along thef himself. This supplies him with food, ately, and put her hand to her forehead. slowly growing more and more of an Governor Stone, of Missioni on Satur- taken. 'k$ x

the volcano large deposits of lava, and, until it is absorbed, which takes The shout of laughter that followed exact science. A species of porous urday, appointed lion. William P. Cas- Tho forthcoming of the Boot: L
ashes and volcano rock might have been heard for I a block.-, tern-cotta tiling is rapidly coming into report ,
ce, were from thirty to forty days; he is not readyfor ably, of Summit circuit, judge of the sixth tary of the Interior will show that frost
Erom fissures on the level earth food. At length, after three months, [Waterbury American. use. Sixty thousnnddollars'wortbof it judiciary district, Vice Judge Ralph 1830 to 18DO'there wore patented ant' r
_i of boiling sulphur arose to heights the is to be turned loose in was recently put into one building in
trout '
reader I'i North, resigned, on account of failing claimed by the subsidized railroad, 81,<,
m seven to ten feet. The'officers the rearing pond where it will have A The Travel of a Pen. New York city. Experts say, however, health 377,341) acres of land, and about ",O*.
Bed an ascent to tho crater-a hazari clams that as far as fireproof floors are concerned
five times
feed of chopped a day. Russell & Gibbon's warehouse, at New. 000 acres wire patented in the smut
F i feat which could only be attempted When the young fish, whether it be A rapid penman can write thirty word form alternate tho most layers of plank and of cement nan, Qa., containing about 1,800 balesof period for wagon roads, canals and rives ,
i a favorable wind carried the sifting trout or smelt, is ready to take food it in a minute. To do this ho must draw structions. impenetrabie con cotton was totally consumed by fire improvements,
acs of sulphurous steam in a single: is ready for shipment to the stream where his pen through tho space of a rod-10} Tuesday evening. about hun e
Only one The on Saturday
ction. When near the mouth of the it is to be planted. The babies are feet. In forty minutes his pen travels a FIOURBB dhow that the consumption of dred bales of the cotton saved. The proposition ,
were declined a [ from Now York to
er the footfalls of tho officers were shipped in five and ten gallon tin cans furlong, and in five hours and a third, a iron in general construction-other than total loss is about being '
$00,000 $40,000 Issue $ ,OOOOOO in notes of small
ed, within the volcano. ..On peep. under care of one of thcsuperlntendent'sfive mile. We make, on an average, 10 railroads-in this country ha grown covered by insutanco. in treasury
denominations exchange for gold cola
over tno edge of the mouth an im- assistants. curves or turns of the for each word from a little more than a million and n I
save sight was witnessed. Steam in This method of shipping and hatch written. Writing SO words pen in a minute, half of tons in 1870 to more than sit A Chattanooga dispatch of Tuesday, ou the ground that these notes 'can oa

less quantities rushed up from tin- ing is tho same with all kinds of fish we must make 43 curves to each second; million tons in 1889. Much of this Increase says: Major Boyd, of the United States teJaUy1l11uod only in payment for silver

own I depths, and rumbling, bubblinges that come into the hatchery except the in an hour 28,000; in five hours, 144,000; has gone into iron buildings. By coast survey, and a corps of assistant' bullion or in exchange for, treasury notes

,' like that of thunder, were heard. whitefish and tomcod. Tho eggs of and in 800 days, working only five hours using huge iron frames and thin curtain ar<* busily engaged/ in locating the bound. of larger denominations, ,

G air was impregnated with sulphur these fishes are very light nnd were they each day, wo make not less than 43,- walls for each story supported thereon, aries of the 12,000 acre tract of Chickamauga Parnell, the Irish leader, issued' a man
1 ne the crater could breathe only is done in National park. Tho governmenthas Ifmto Saturday: addressed to the
one placed on the hatching tray they'would 200,000 curves; and turns of the pen. as a building going up on peopleof
h difficulty. be washed away by the running water. The man who makes but 1,000.000, lower Broadway, a good deal of space issued orders prohibiting the removalof Ireland, In which ho sets forth that be i
3ne of the most novel discoveries in Therefore they are hatched in glass jars, strokes of the pen a month has done can be saved. bullets add cannon balls from trees, will not voluntarily resign, and defies his

anection with the ascent was that the ingeniously fed with water through glass remarkable; there are those who make Er.arratctrrgenerated by watcr-jiow etc political opponent' and asks bin poopla

an birds used the volcano island as a tubes so that the contents ate in continual: four times that number. Here we havein can Ira used to advantage for running A San Antonio dispatch of Saturday to sustain him. Tho innnifcftto has created

Itural incubator for their'' young. motion. the aggregate a' mark 800 miles long, machinery and cars. It. application to says: There is no decrease of the smallpox widespread comment. Uladttoue leas'

bousands of gulls flew away at the ap- The feeding of the fishes Is one of the to bo traced on paper by each writer in lightning is more difficult on account of epidemic in tho towns along the 'Issued a counter-manifesto. ,

oach of the Hush. They left behind important parts of tho station work. a year. In making each letter of the ordinary the impossibility of governing tho speedof itio Grande border' on the Mexican side, It was reported In New York, Butur- ytP

Item, along tho sides of the volcano, One man is employed constantly getting alphabet,'we make from three to waterwheels under varying loud!*. and vigorous and successful quarantine day, that negotiations are in progress lx>-' ;

ge in all stages of development.-'[Sun clams nnd chopping them into small bits. seven strokes of the pen-on nn average One of the most promising application methods have born adopted to preventthe ween President Iuglln, of the OhesBpflSH: :

ancisco Chronicle. Sometimes tho food is raw and often it three and a half to four.-[New York of water and electric power 1 III in Western disease spreading I 10 the Texas side. ke and Ohio railway, and J. Ilruce fsuiay" "
is boiled. Tho older trout only need one Dispatch. mines. There are always available There are a few Isolated cases at Yoakumand American agent of the White Star line

p Ravage. of a Moth. feed a day.-[New York Herald.: streams of water of ninny feet fall near Uvulde, Texas.A looking to the establishment a direct

Anoient Jewelry.. these mine*. The electrlo current can bo San Antonio dispatch says: The line! of steamers' from Newport News,. ,
_, From various parts of Bavaria come ./ 41! easily inducted to all parts of the mine, longest trip probably ever made on hand Va., to Liverpool, England.At .

Manning pews of the destructive ravages Walking-Sticks. ,' It is somewhat curious to find, says running drills, lamps, fan, cars, pumps car was completed Saturday by J. 0. tluthrle, Oklahoma Tuesday morning

pf th3 nun moth. For a couple of con- the Horological Review that aoout 800 etc., and theitavlngin expense compared Thomas, rO master of the Internationaland a soldier accidentally fired into a'
tries or more the forests on the Con. Nowadays there is hardly any limit to B. C. faille or cheap jewelry was worn at with coal, at $10 a ton, is considerable Great Northern railroad, who traveled powder house sUtlone I outside Ito city,

'neat have been attacked by this pest at tho kinds of material used in walking. Cyprus as commonly as it in in the A BRITISH has left the entire length of the road, a distance and a, terrlflo explosion occurred.; Th,
oner intervals; but never, it would seem, sticks. Formerly only a few native present day by a certain class of j people.. pierra Leone, where they will bo of ne irly BOO hundred miles on a city was shaken ns if by an earthquake

vith more disastrous results than at pres. woods and some foreign species were Several: examples of bracelets, earringsand joined by about 800 natives. The tour of inspection. The journey occu The legislators, who won in siuion, were
of the used. Innovations in the style of walk rings were found while excavatingon party ,
[ant.: The Forest Department that island which are of bronze or will meet a French expedition, and will pled seven consecutive days. badly frightened and rusbed pell moll
Ministry of Finance reports that the i ing-sticks and umbrellas have been constantly covered with'a thin leaf of gold. go far inland for the purpose of determining Dispatches Saturday say: The grand out of the building, thinking their hall
the last ,
plague extends over nearly all Bavaria I during forty With copper the these the frontier between the French jury of the pariah of New Orleans has was falling down. No ono was kill, *!. ,
by people
passion possessed
their manufacture
.couth of the Danube, and so great is the years, until \ : colonies in tiled In court rte final The investigation '
of art and a business of consider- symbolize everything all personal ornaments and English tho region northtof report. A i IICUHIOU appropriation bill for the
fertility of the insect that no measures quite an Sierra Leone will take abouta of the Hennessy murder led to the next fiscal J Saturday
Natural sticks that is signified more than their outward They I year wa agreed upon
I attacks able
avail. It ,
destruction are of any importance. o suggested. Finger rings indicated year to perform! the task, and it is ex :llaclo-ure of (juitean amouot/of official It* the subcommittee of appropria
which of trees and cl.mbing: plants
(chiefly the pine and fir with Bavarian saplings appcaram t
maladministration. With the
pected they will march inland about 700 report are lions. For the of
because payment pensions
they were usually
handles knots ;
I forests abound, but does not dof whose roots will form or power
miles. The work before them is of presented indictment against Gilligan, Is
signets the earrings meant servitude an $183,173,085 appropriated, an increaseof
sometimes ; ;
f spise the beech, oak, and other forest are most used. They are arduous and nature' not captain of the yard for assault and bat. the
metals bracelets recalled bondage, while the dangerous IlS a $30,000,000 over current appropriation d -
[trees, and and necklace, reminding one of a wreath of are unfriendly [shrubs and garden plants. It never at. marble, precious stones, ivory,
and also cannibals. While car the juror denounced the system br OO 000 is d '
and is horns of all kinds. flowers thrown about tho neck, tended 'I, appr( ( 'rrll\ a a;Increase "
tacks corn or wheat, one rather to an honorable distinction. rying out the survey the party will haveto which a favored prisoner is put in command of f JOO.OOt)
cultivation of sticks for the market .
I the horse The
tree it will not touch, namely, ,
keep an on the natives and devote of the yard and in the absence of
Among the necklaces discovered in the eye A rhRailtlphln of Baturday
of destruction has been taken as a business at dispatch
[ chestnut. "The means up (
chamber at Ciorium the island considerable time to the question of food the sheriff or the regular deputies, this
i o are various. Forest bonfires are one. some places in continental Europe, and treasure on I says, Attorney* for persons Interested U ,
of Cyprus is one which supply. captain becomes at once a ruler and the estate of Charles II. Baker t
r The insects are attracted by the lire and special attention is often paid to makingthe ci plain
I are smothered in the smoke, but only a roots grow into shapely forms for the lotus flowers TIIK Pike's Peak Hack Hallway will be despot, beating and robbing the prisoners the reeent mysterious disappearsooa of

f comparatively) small number are killed. handles. A London manufacturing es completed to the summit soon. The In. disgraceful manner. John it. Baker, Jr., who was one of the i

Children and boys are also sent out to tablishment, the floor space of which The First Big Tree. construction of this road has been difficult executor of that eiUte by the statement

". destroy the insects. But the only really covers nearly an acre, has extensive storehouses as only tho acclimatized can laborat ANOTHER COMBINE. that Baker has misappropriated $.000-
: efficient general measure seems to be the tilled wflh native and foreign Just at dark, says General Bidwell an altitude of fourteen thousand feet, 000 worth of securities of that etitate and
it the I to fallen and the work of an ordinary laborer ii that he ha committed forgery in some of
cutting down of wholo forests when sticks from which stock is drawn, as Century, came an enormous TUB TDREMIER MEN TO FOLLOW TUK: KX-:
much infested. One other method is is wanted from the shops. tree and tried to go around the top, said l to bo impossible until he has spentat AMPLE or 1118 HARVESTER COMPACT. the transfers of tho-e securities

used by the State, but is not within The sticks as they grow are often very but the ,place wa too brushy, so I went least two months expanding hU lungs A New York dlspntch of, Saturday

1 i reach of communes. A large electric crooked, and have to be straightened. A around the butt which seemed to me to so at to accustom them to the rarefiedair. A Chicago dispatch of Saturday say i sa yu; At the annual election tit the 4,

light isrplaced in the forest by night. heap of sand is provided on the top of a be about twenty or twenty-five feet above Tho roadway has to be made with The threshing machine men of the United Richmond Terminal Company on the

< This attracts hundreds of thousands ofnonnen" hot stove, into which the sticks arc my head. This I suppose to have been the aid of burros or small donkeys, ns State have caught an infection from Oth of December, the complexion of'the

to the mouth of a large funnel plunged until they become pliable. one of the fallen trees in the Calaveras horses and carts wero unavailable on the their brothers of l binder and are busily dlKctory will be completely changedfivenew

.r through which a rapid exhaust current The workman takes the crooked stick Grove of Sequoia gigaiUea or mammoth rugged an
'. of air is forced, suckiug in the insects while it is still hot and inserts it in a trees, as I have since been there and to'i' capped peak. Hundreds of feet above which, it is thought, will rival in magoltude the new director are Jay Gould, George
.'by thousands into a hole under the earth notch cut in a stout board, placed at an my own satisfaction identified the lay of tho limber! line, immersed in clouds, the recently formed Harvester Gould Russell Sage, Abram 8. Hewitt 'I n

where they are buried."-[London News. angle inclined from him where he bends the land and the tree. Hence I concluded rain, snow and sleet a good port of the Company. It i I. known that a temporary and U. T.> Wilson, ho two last named
; and strains it. When it hs become per that I must have been the first white man time, tho work was continued during organization has been effected and gentlemen coming Sa.. at Sir. Inman1 +

fectly straight it is thrown down to cool, whoever saw the Sequoia ylyuntea (in'' last winter. There has naturally been that soon articles of incorporation special request a
To Break Up a Cold. after which it becomes rigid and 1S41] of which I told Fremont when he much trouble with vmplojees. very I
permanent will be filed covering a combine with a arthage? Mo, now boosts ot the nfnt' )
in its lines. Heat is an important came to California in 1844 ARCHITECT: CLARK, of the Capitol at capital stock: of at least 20000000. wonder nl the world. The wHo of i v
As soon as chilly sensations are felt, or I element in this matter and produces < Washington. is in receipt of a curiosity miner named '
x the cold affects,the head, and there I it different effects on the several kinds of Keep Busy. in the way of an engineering plan looking Hill in that ally hedges on,Sunday living on, Tig hint l '
ore throat, the victim should go home wood the degree of heat necessary to to no 1 less a feat than the turning aroundof of gave ,
Ox* of the finest .ln coal to a diminutive b ibr daughter. It leap-
v eoklnf yet
at With his feet in hot mustard The secret of ia life is marble where Con'
once. straighten one kind of stick being often succctt to keep' the ;great building JUoorcral ba recently been found la South parcntly strong and healthy, but Jl\euun.
water he should take an old-fashioned!. sufficient to spoil another kind. busy, to be persevering, patient and un- gress sits. The method u somewhat Mutarn Virjlnit, mee.urtngtw.ntytwofeet only eight inches, and weighs as rosalouocii I
Iweat. The same power which makes a tiring in the pursuit or calling you arefollowing. complicated but the substance of it is as In tblckoM, with two fact of *Ut It belong *. It i t. well formed ana the ate sj
This is very easily administered. In- crook..d stick straight L* applied to make The busy ones may, now and follows Home wonderful jocks will 1 be to the Flat Top or Pocahontas field, and netgblore"wives'
( wh4
,to an old tea-cup pour three or fourtable.poontuls straight one crooked; so we find that then, make mistakes, but it is better to placed at short intervals under the build. which bas (Men partially developed la the Ing phyiician It
of alcohol. Set it in a the rigid stems of bamboos, partridgecanes risk these than to be idle and inactive. fog after sufficient excavations have been last tow!for years it*oaks aud and heoaro t'.tunlag* so qlUll unlvtratlknow ... / rare live for !the Ijttle ttrangtr, believe wili: q i

pan of water. Now" place it under a and all the various kind of sticks Keep doing whether it be at work or made. Then the ground will be dug

chair having a wooden scat. Let the that are required to be curled or twitted, seeking recreation. Motion is life, and from around l the foundation by degreesand -" --'..:---"--- -_. -,-- -- --.--------
patient sit down upon this; fasten a are by the application of heat made to the busiest are the happiest. Cheerful, shored up with iron girders from
couple of blankets around his neck allowing assume almost any shape or form. i active labor is a blessing. An old philosopher end to end. Under the central portion :

them to fall to the floor, then says ; "The firefly only ihines where the crypts 'now are the inventorwill

light the alcohol, This treatment is by Rudimentary Money. when on the wing; so it is with the mind; place a circular railway, supportedby .
no means hard to bear As soon as the when onCe we rest, we darken."-[La more of the jacks, and upon these,
kin becomes moist the headache is generally -- dies' Home Compan.on.( : with the pressure of only a few horsepower

relieved and breathing throughthe As tribes grew into nations covering he 'proposes to turn the entire Il
now" i* easier; in fact all the unpleasant considerable portions of country and pursuing The Cow Tree "i Capitol without disturbing either its

symptom are more or less relieved. many occupations it became impossible foundation or its wall
them to meet and ; I HACIHEWIS.LOGLUMBERYARD! 'LL' 't/
for exchange
Whether a 'cow-tree' should be CUAHI.ES Drpi-KT WAHKKB in an article .
The patient should sweat as long commodities as before, so it came about classed with fruits or livestock may be in Harper's, says of the future of

ma he will; then after wiping hastily that the articles most sought after were an open question, yet certainly it will fruit culture in Southern( California

mud putting on a well-warmed undervest accepted in payment for anything and not be much out of place in either. It.. The time is not distant when this corner -

he should get into bed and bo well covered became the mediums of exchange. Thus grows in Venezuela and furnLhes a sap of the United States will produce in

with blankets. lie should continueto the first rudimentary forms.of money appeared wbich resembles milk, both in looks and abundance and year after year without

sweat freely during the early part of lit some place cattle were no taste. It grows from seventy to one failure, all the fruits and nuts which tot
the lI. gbt. Sometime* be will not do used and Australia now, among the hundred and twenty feet high, smooth a the civilized world of
this even after the application of the natives a kind of hard green stone, used and branchless. The milk is obtainedby Europe basked to the Mediterranean

treatment advised. If he does not be for hatchets, is current among them in tapping, like maple sap and is reported to supply. We shall not need anymore

should be given ten grains of quinine. payment for and commodity. In other of the flavor of rich cream, "very to send over the Atlantic for

If for a day or two afterward he eats places cattle sometimes skins were wholesome and nourishing."-[Farm and raisins English walnut, almond,figs,,

and drinks but little, and keeps within used, ten sheep being kinds reckoned equal to Firewde. olives, prunes oranges lemons limes, a
doors, the chaices are that he will have an ox, and certain of skin worth and a variety of other things which we NId t sT s
She Indorsed. .
of others. Hut these
aborted his cold a certain number I know commercially as Mediterranean 1.
things were troublesome to move about, I and
We bare all this usury(
2Javal Chronometer. and after awhile metals were hit upon. A young woman who had a check foe wealth products.at our doors, within our limit. Nucoia" pAy"T
Iron and copper wece used. Iron is lUll fit on a certain Detroit bank presented and the lemon we sliall. still TLAO.I CHAISE

At the observatory all the chronometers in use as a subsidiary coinage in Chinaor it at the cashier's desk and he politely : The bring orange from many places; the date sad

made for the navy are tested and Japan, and lead i* used in Burmah. said,. : I the pineapple and the banana will never hATU4 CMAUCBRA; C'J : a
regulated before they are cent out on platinum and tin have also been used You win please indorse it, )tins." I here except as illustrations of the
of which and co experience the way up to gold She took it over to the desk and wrote I grow
vessel each
j' one supplied climate but it i* difficult to name an)
i' with three first-class chronometer, as gad silver, the bulky, unporublo and indivisible on the back: I fruit of the temperate and scmi-Jropie FISH BR9S WAG G9
. :
eattto and skins I want this awful bad \ZIb7
well as ova that U half used c:>, called a'back"foewrjingab currency like mousy yours.I zones that Southern California cannot U !
the metals which were of truly please the bearer."-[DetroitFreefreu. '] : -
t an J for rough giving way to pay relieI on to produce, from the pa to RACINE.WIS.
and divisible. The sf
,' use generallr. U takes M7 ntr- ne uniform quality tbs peach." ,

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THE EAST COAST ADYOCATE. + Eith'er 'the R.: R. Commission's Order; to do thla the rates for transporting against: the J.,T. 4 K. m tot ".0, and

5a>> ; -+ ruling or the injunction are in con the produce of the countryare an order issued to remove the can Ink CO

flict. If the ruling of the Commission placed at an exorbitant figure. stanter and surrender the land held, to i THE WILKINSON
?. ... '' t. ormtft or THE IKDIAH RIVE: AdD cannot be enforced without a And who hat to pay them? Who the owner. The F. C:A: P. company removed TAGESJj,

',J ./\ tAKB WO.TH nccn01l'1.'i long, legal fight and at great expense pays the interest on this watered their car.to their lot near the old

'- / ; it is of little use in prevent stock The same people who pay freight depot, while the J., 'T. 4 K. .

1 .;.r:'Office: Washington Avenue, Titnsville, ing discrimination. the taxes that ought to be paid by W. moved their depot ((1)) on the aiding ROCK LEDGE INDIAN RIVER FLA.

,, Indian River, Florida. the monopoly. High rates of transportation near the Freeland warehouse, which ,
WITH a pier constructed at Can check production ; check happened to be also land belonging' to

averal and a railway only two the development of the country. Major St. Clair-Abrams. The Major Im-

1 'III 1.h' r 7 1ASngD RVKBT FRIDAY. miles in length from Banana river, What man, be he ever DO industrious mediately swooped down upon them Built, Nicely Furnished, and' within ten minutes'
Akyl! (, the steamers of the Morgan, :Mallory can feel any enthusiasm or again, and again the depot was on These Cottages are Newly "Ilk

I w -.! ,:" Clyde and Cornwall lines, encouragement to till the soil when wheels, the itenerant car now resting on of Telegraph and postoffice and leading hotels

+ ? Entered.. a\ theme el Matter.POIItotllct AI 8eeoncJ. which run within a few miles of i. almost the entire returns from his the F. C. A; P. companions right of way .

I ;,' 1'' that point, could touch both ways crop_ go to_ pay the interest on opposite the grain warehouse. three minutes' '
without going twelve miles out of bonds owned by men who never Major Abrams has notified the company Have the steamer land you at Gingras wharf-only walk from the ,

TERMS' Invariably In Advance their OQurse. We would have a even heard of Brevard county that unless the depot buildings are Cottages. \ \

By Check, Postal Order or One nod Two .Cent steamer almost daily to or from Many a man has toiled, surroundedby erected at once, suit will be commencedto ..,
rmtage flumps.! New York and South Florida, and a cloud of mosquitoes, with his force them to comply with the conditions d i

1 one Tear.p 6c particularly the Indian River country children pining for lack of proper of the contract under which the Month
............. Rates : Per Day $2.50 ; per Week, $12.50 ; per $45.,
Six: :Month,..>...'..; 1.00 would be independent of Jacksonville nourishment ; and has struggled on deed to the depot lots were given., The ,

t ; Three Months........ MBlngi and Savannah. $76,000 for years, hoping against hope, that Major does not want money or the land, 15deeSmo .
Copy Address.la U. 8. or Canada,Prepaid" ?? would put this route in operation, some day he would be out of debt but simply a compliance by the railroad i,
Sent to any
and Indian River alone would be and have something ahead, beforehe company with Ks contract, which is to H. H. WILKINSON. Prop. :
benefited to the extent of the entire realized that the bulk of
... OaAtUM. great build depot buildings upon the lots deed-
BdJtor...............o. \VAtTE 8.
investment in less than three years. his hard earning, instead of going ed within a certain time, and that time

;) ". soctate-Kdltor. t' a tanager.C. H.'WALtoa. Can we raise the money? The advantage I to provide for the wants of himself has long since expired. The present .

'I. of securing such an excel. 'and family, 'went to pay intereston want of accommodation given the traveling -

r a .s We do not hold. onrselve responsible for the lent outlet, and the certainty of watered stocks or bonds, to pay public by the railroads of this( place ,

"mtnlnn of our correspondents communication, hut we claim having a large city spring into existence for dinners at Delmonico's, or a is a disgrace to them and an Impositionupon

tie tight to reject any and several railroads con life of luxury in London and Paris. the patrons of the road, the town Dry Goods Carpets Matting Etc

.,' Communications plainly on one totpnbllestieomnetbewritttoo Blcle of the paper only,ands structed from the interior to the The non-payment of taxes by'rail- and the party deeding the land for depot ,

'Wlter'i should In name every and case address be accompanied, not nece. .rUy by the for new port is certainly worth every way corporations and the high purposes. .
I ,publication, but as a guarantee of good fAIth. effort we can put forth It can be rates charged by such concerns for V'ho1csn1c cto B.c1inl.1.:

secured and there is enough moneyin transporting the products of our Choose Your Own Route. We claim to have the Largest Selection in the State. Our prices compare favorably

our own county to do the workif State;do more to retard our growth with the prices'North. Special attention paid to orders and correspondence 1|

F'r:, < ADVERTISING RATES our people will take hold in than any other causes we can The.E. cT: T. Co., have received a letter We keep from the Cheapest to the Best Grade. *
I- PER YEAB.. earnest. Let us hear from the name. There are too many dronesin from the manager of the S. F. A; W. Describe .

4 One Inch,.'......110.00 prominent growers and property our hive. We are, to a certain I R'y at Savannah, saying that freight your wants and the right goods will come. |

[t x' .... .Two Three Inch Inch.,..... .........t.........<............,2800. 20.00 111.00 owners. of extent Ireland., situated The people like the of peasants that unfortunate -. St.consigned Johns River via his service line, care and of E. the C. T.Clyde Co., :Eohn: F, : chgott d<:, Co.,\

;t If Five Inch or Qu.rtorCOI.....? 3000 THE COUNTY VAULT. country spend their or coming from said lines for the 0. S. S. iJ"ACR.SON'"VJLLE:: FLA.. ,1Oe17Jmo

:4 ,: Half Column...................,.5800 whole lives in trying to pay rent Co., would be accorded every facility .
: .................100.00
> : :M whole Column. The breaking open of the safe ate which goes to keep up establish and just as prompt and careful handling s

'". '' 1 rot MX:Months, divide the yearly rate by tw the court house last Wednesdayweek ments of luxurious debauchery in as that consigned to or by any other

,and add 10 pet pent. la excellent evidence, if any the large cities of England and on line, and that he could not afford to discriminate THE TROPICAL TRUNK LIRE.R R

For Three Months, divide the yearly rate bj, were needed, that a county vault the Continent. The poor Floridian In favor of the J., T. A; K.
add cent.
4 f ur,and 20 per
was a necessity. We hope the work who is dependant upon the soil fora W. ivy, Co., or any other system and .
:a local Advertisement, Ten Cente Per IJni I
Bach Inwrtlon.Tfcld of its construction will be pushed living is similarly situated ; his thus divert trade to the Clydes.

t o :Heading Matter not In "local Ne,...'. as rapidly as possible and that the whole life may be spent in earning John H. Stephens, agent of the S. F. THE JACKSONVILLE TAMPA AND KEY WEST SYSTEM a

Columns,Fire Cents Per Line Each Insertion. County Commissioners will be enough money to meet the extortionof A; W. R'y at Savannah, writes one of our '

legal Advertisement at Legal Bates.AH liberal in their appropriation forr the transportation companiesand prominent shippers as follows: "Yours Schedule In Elect NOYEMBER 25, 1890. Central Standard Time, ':

its interior fittings, so that every the money-lender when he of the 1st Inst. at hand. The syrup will I
the above rate are for one edition pei becomes bent with he will be '. oonm IIOUTB RIIAD ooWIf. 8TATIO S. 0011'0 SOUTH READ 11P. -
6 week, thing necessary for keeping all the ago be forwarded as you direct. There is no
County records in a neat and orderly no better off but more wretched difficulty in having goods forwardedin t t t" t
tJT Hill collected monthly.Check' 800 pm 100 pOll 8 lIO.m L".1 ACKROJfVILLz.Ar.10 pm 11110 am
J' manner will be provided. ever. the way you desire, and anything you 8301'01 218 pm 1020 .01 lor. ..St Augustine ..Lv. 410 plU 1020 am *
; be made W"Graham L .. ... ......."
etc., may payable We believe that Senator Call will 400 Im 1158 I'IU .Palatka 233 pm 840 .01
*Walton." Many valuable plats are lying ,unprotected may order by the O. S. S. Co., and S. F. 11117 pm ":::....Ormonrt......." 642 .01 .f
on top of the safes at stem the tide if he can, and makean A; W. R'y If you will simply direct your 820 I'm ".......Dayton........" en am
ffMerchant*and all other to whom we an I honest his t t t t '
to free
and if should be destroyed attempt shipper to have it routed via St. Johns
they -
tadebted will oblige n*by presenting their bill I 400 I'm 1230 pm 83 .ml..TAI'KRONVILLa..Ar. 830.0112401'01 T20l'm
tbe lt of every month for prompt settlement. through accident or intent, country and his State from the River and E. C. T. Co., It will go that 800 1100"" 209 iii "' 1025 1128"" Ar..GrCon8pringa..Lv.".......Palatka........" 1124 4211 "" 10411 1139am'", 1:10 S20: ""
a confusion of boundaries would power of monopoly by changingthe way every time." 112 314 1142 ..........Beville........" 506 .. 1136 400 ..
policy in force at present, 8M .. 4211 100 pm ".....DeLand........" 800 2111 ."
occur which it would be almost im. These statements come from persons Sat: 107 1268 "....Orange Clt,..10..." 149 881 2. "
I Address all commnnlcktloni possible to remedy. which is to "make the rich, richer, In authority, and of our who 1110 4411 130" "...... Sanford........" 1111 766 >200 "
any growers ,
t431 'I......Enterprille......" 1112"
i EAST COAST ADVOCATE, the'poor, poorer, and for this believe the O. S. S. Co., have better facilities tam "".TITUSVILLE...." 1130.It. '1't8110
.... reason he has our best wishes for M "...... Tavare.t......N 1180" .
TmnvtUJt FIXHUDA. SENATOR CALL'S POSITION.The I In New York for handling fruit 11112 248" ".......Orlando......." 11M pm 8411 1210 "
:P.O.Box 322.TCT success in his present'contest.. can have their freight that and 821 3211" ...Klllllimmee....." 1110 800 l1:1Oam:
go way 110 11111" "....... artow.......... 800" 1120 "
fight for the United States at the same time patronize the Sweeney. 1M a. 810" "........Tamp........" 1M 114 "
Market Ilevlew. tll 411 .01 ".... Fort Me.de......" t4M "
A. M.Indian senatorship has become less heated Only the J., T. A K. W. R'y Co., can t1030" a....Punta OordA...." 71201 "
the few weeks. The I. afford to discriminate. It has no competing : t .
during past Reported by G. 8. Palmer Wholesale /11! 1040.121 L"....... 1086 t
and pm Palatka..Ar 1110 am
No. 00 Free pm
River Lode, interest in' the county, State and railway in this field at present, 11M" 1120 Ar.... Interlachen.....Lv 180 .. 956 "
{ ., Accepted old their meetings Commission Merchant in Frult'and Produce but the New Smyrna route makes a 330 1158 I'm "....H.wthorne ......" 864 818.."
national elections and visit of the
7.. : on the FRIDAY on or before Full Moon, 100 Reade Street, New York.December very aM 1220 Rochelle. ....." 130 1M "
i'it Irt7:30p. m., in Masonlo nail, in the In- National Farmers' Alliance to our good outlet In the'present emergency, 1111 1266 a'.QalneavWe......" 245> ." 746 "
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41111 102 ..Orange Lake....." 248 7 48 "
P I dlan River State Bank building, Tltus State have claimed the attentionof 8,1800. and viewed from purely business stand 550 aa 203 ad r".....Oula ......,.N 166 700 .
Solid winter weather let in 130 ..... .. .
the such that today, point, we can't for the life of us see how aM .Lee.burg. 1200 am 1130
to extent'
vllle.Visiting press an 'SIlO 11110 N N .;..Pembenon..:..." 1040'" :
brethren are cordially Invited the battle for and against Senator with snow, giving an impetus to the the monopoly can afford to drive thou- T9 40 ., S 211 .".".... BrooknUie ....... 940 .. .
to attend.: ,
8. II. RAT, Secretary. Call has been allowed to lag. An. market on new, southern vegetables sands of dollars worth freight from its 1100 112tJ pm .a.........Ta varee.'a......:' 10 300 uDally.

JOSEPH MENDELL W. M. other reason why the subject occupies String beans selling from 2.00 to $4.00 system rather than yield the Sweeney .
Dally except Sunda,.. 'Sunday onl,. TraIn leaving.1aekaonvtl1e 8:30: a 121 and Palat
less prominence at this timeis I per crate, cucumbers from 11.60 to$3.00, its rights. ka.t- 2:20: P 121 dally between Jacksonville and Pal.tka,

because the members of the next tomatoes from $2.50 to $5.00, green peas At JacUoDTllle with dlverglngKnee North OOIfIfECTIO, East and WeRt. At Orange City Junction few .
have been selected and $..ISO to $3.50. We anticipate an active Orange City, Smyrna and .Lake Helen .t Jupiter with J. & L.W.Rallway for Lake Worth; at '
legislature Cocoa. Sanford with O.B. forOaklaml'
market from this Railway ,Tarpon SJ.rinp, Clearwater and Gill ints; and
it is not likely that they will change time. Egg plant $2.50/ with South Florida nailwa, for Winter Park Maltl.nd, eto..t Tampa with Plant StellDalUP
to $5.50 per bbl. crate. Line for Key West, Havana,)Inblle and for Manatee River points; .t Punta GordA with stamen
their preference on account of any for Key West. Hanna. PuntaRaeea.. 8t.Jan.e.City And en
newspaper articles that be The market rules steady on oranges; Mr, and Mrs. Prentiss, of Saco Maine, Pullman Palace Buffet Sleeping tlrl on aaooK fast maai r J i dally between New York ud '
may Tampa without change :
receipts are liberal, but fancy fruit in
written for or against our present demand. Select brands, good color selling are visiting their daughter, Mn. Edward ur'or Jacksonville Information Fla. ,call on or address M.11:.OBUBCB,agent,Titnivllle! Fl.. '
Stillng. G, D. at ,
senator. $3.00 to $3.25, medium grades,
The ADVOCATE is anxious to see straight lines, from $2.75; inferior $2.25 The sloop "Minerva," recently pun

the people's champion succeed. to $2.50; tangerines $5.00 to $0.00; mandarins chased by Mr. A. P. Ball, Is now onthe, INDIAN RIVER *
$4.50 to $5.00; grape fruit, per COMPANY
Not because we have been subsi. bbl., $3.50/ to 400. We anticipate large ways, at Mr. Joyner's.The .

dized by the man of our choice, or demand for the coming holiday trade Free Masons are expecting to havea

because we expect him to grant us and an improvement lu prices. grand reception and supper but the .

any favor-we have none to ask date has not been decided upon yet.
Troubles of the J., T. & K.: AY.Ity. .
him, present or prospectivebutbecause Mr. Frank Harrison, son of Col. liar-
he is the friend of the Co.
rison, was in town on Wednesday, and
people and the enemy of capital Intends making an extended stay here /
: The following article taken from the
and monopoly. The policy of the this season.
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: National Government, by virtue of Tavorea Herald will show our readers I i
Edward Porcher of
I its tariff provisions is to "make that there are other points In the State Courtney,
For Senator: with her two little DEPARTrBR &
the rich richer, and the poor, where the J., T. A; K. W. Ry. Co. is attempting daughters, spent ARRIVAL OF STEAMERS. .
Tuesday with her mother, Mrs N. H. Steamers leave TlTU8VIUJE daily, except Sunday at 6:00 at }[e1-
a. m., arriving
to for its
-, 1M CALL THE PEOPLE'S FRIEKD. poorer, -the policy of our own appropriate property Peck. bourne at 1 p. m.
State, by the outrageous mannerIn exclusive use without authority. The Returning leave Melbourne at 1
at m.
p.m. arriving Titusville about 8
which it has granted the' public article will also show how such action Owing to the illness of Rev. Mr. Brown, Leave MIILDOt'RJI'E p.
+. THE of the Florida Fruit the services the Episcopal church Mondays Wednesday and Fridays at 1 p. m., arriving at
lands to corporations without valid is received by the citizens of Tavares. were Jupiter at 8 a. m. next morning

Exchange to break the combination consideration, has had the same Major St. Clair Abrams the founder of conducted by Mr Cantlne, of New Jer. Returning leave Jt'PITEll Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 12 noon,
formed by the great transportation effect. A favorite method with the town and owns the bulk of the property soy arriving at Melbourne! at 1 a. m. next morning.

companies is a very feeble .one. railway companies is to mortgage at that point. It is surprising that : Mr. and Mn. Fred Taylor, of Michigan The St. Lucie leaves'Tltusvllle about 630 Monday mornings, calling at Ro<*-

The coming of the "Brixharu" to their land just as soon as they get a man of his good judgment should use have started for Cocoa; after stoppingat she ledge and Melbourne on the direct run to Jupiter; on her return trip Saturdays,

Jacksonville is heralded with much their deed, and as soon as the loanis the Railway company so harshly and attempt various places they_will arrive here comes right through to Titusville, arriving here about 8 a. m. Sunday.W. .

ado, but in the same paragraphthey obtained, having no further use to treat it as a trespasser; perhaps about the holidays. B. WATSOJf, Supt.

tell us that her capacity is for the land, they let it sell for however his boldness may be explained The Methodist Sabbath school will ..-
10,000 boxes, and nothing is said on the ground that there' are several
taxes, absolutely refusing to pay have a lIne Christmas entertainmentwhich
about .when another boat will ar. them, and letting their propertysell railroads leading out of Tavares, and if will exceed anything ever given EAST COAST TRANSPORTATION COMPANY.

rive. The "Brixham" cannot make saying, that it is cheaper to the J., T. A K. W. Ry. were to get its before.

more than one trip in ten days, in break up tax sales than to pay back up and cut oft its connection with
t other words, it will take about one taxes, following the plan adoptedby the town it would be no great loss. It Miss Daisy Peck, who has been away ,
since hut April, spending much time in
I t thousand boxes per day. Not less many a shameless knave in large might be different if the railway in question f
the north and northwest, is expected to
than* 15,000 boxes: per day will cities who has found that it is were the only one that touched Tav

.. leave the State, on an average, cheaper to move than to pay rent. ares; In that case the aggressive Major return some time this month, when she ,
I will be welcomed by friends )
during the next three months. The failure of our corporations to might be willing to eat humble pie for a many

Thai portion of the crop to be pay taxes upon their holdings of time. Mr. and Mrs. Stubbs, who have been 9

' moved by the "Brixham" will not millions of acres necessitates a "(Major St.. Clair-Abrams after the .staying on the Island for several weeks,

be a drop in the bucket. higher sum being charged to the railroad companies.) At the last term visited us a few days ago for the first ARRIVAL AND DEPABTCBB OF THE STEAMEB 8WEESKY

N + private individuals who are not of the circuit court the case of Alex bt time and were surprised to find such a GoiJ.oSocTH-TLe Sweeney leave Trrcmitt about 1:30 p. m.
Goiso >.OBTH-Leave* TitusvUle
-- i Clair-Abrams the J. T. K. W. It. growing little town. about 11 a. m.
THX position of the dock question equally privileged and the result ; lteamer
fa rather complicated at present. is, our lands are not only given R. company,-and another cult entered by The display of Christmas goods In all dhF at 7 a.m'stop t will all Intermediate leave NEw point, and 1Conda1'.Wedneada1

The B. B. Commission has ordered away without the State receivingany the same gentleman against the F. C. A of the stores, this winter have attractedthe aU p. m.Returning. ., RocKUD6-

the railway to deliver goods consigned compensation, but our people P. railroad came up for bearing. These attention of people from both up leave RocxLEOOE everyTuesday: '
Thursday and .. Jdo
to the E. C. T. Co., at the have to pay taxes for the monopol. suits were brought to recover the use of and down the river, and the pretty; Main i and arrive a' Sew bmyrua at IS p. m. Saturday at 7

., end of the dock, but an injunction ies that shirk their duty to the the grounds upon which box cars, used street is appearing very buWnes -Uke. COS5KCTIOS8

t restrains the'new line from goingto State. This is not all, but by as depot by the company had rested Mr. Hodges, the lumber merchant of River With Line A. A and W. P.. R at Sew SmlJ'l1&. for all points north via Clldea st JobJII

the dock and getting them. The building a road which costs $1,000, since the fire, three years ago, and to Satsuma, was in Coco a few days ago; The Clydee' Steamship Une.

street of the Town of Titusville, extent of $6,000,000, it is necessarythat therefrom. After a hearing a judgmentwas of ducks on the river that he borroweda A. .t W. Ry. and E. C. T. Co conslgnon or Via to mark their goods Via Clyde Line, care of
l'Jlde Line
, but if our,cltUens use it as a land. it should earn enough moneyto rendered in favor of the plaintiff gun, and In less than an hour had more P. care of E. C. T. Co., Blue SpJ'tDiSoP.

,; ing tbeyarq'ii't'ontempt. ; of court. pay interest on $7,000,000. In against the r. C. fc r. for $000 and than he could carry. rjss& a'-'fflsaft.t

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Ovv ..b.ar1'aco.Indian <' : ;" FE..A.NX T. :s-o-DGE' v?, 't,,:;ktato

River '
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Lumber Company Glass, Paints, Oils. B HARDWARE, 8< r Sash Doors, ,& lifi ds.I y'

Crockery, TiirVVtire, "Wood AC Gasoline COOl: StOVON.Orders filled same day received Prices guaranteed.


:..TITUSVILLE. FLA. : T. BUDGE, Titusville: ] la. -

:IL.RASSOS, Manager! pd 1 decleECorrespondence r .

spreading in your town that comes within Mr. Jake Mendel,' who was one of the J. E. ENDER & CO. Professional Cnrcls.T ''Naun1.an's '

its reach. I will, if sale Is made, number, has been employed in Mr. J. S. .

!guarantee it in good order, etc., and for Watson's packing-house In Titusville; 'W atohma1 .orasl \ L. QAULDEN,

I, terms take any negotiable paper, time we congratulate Mr. W. on having secured AND Newspaper :
We do not AoW ourselves
rtupontlle for not particular, for two-thirds of amount, the services of so estimable a "' MANUFACTURING JEWELERS A TTOR. EY.A LAW, fx

the eytniont of our corrttpondetUt, one-third cash. Will give further man. Trrrsvrmc, FLA..
any young Titus ille, Fla. x Subscription Agency Vic t .x
information 1 Lave time. ,
any Mr. C. B. Curtis, who was here about T. SANDERS ,,
Yours P. ,J. Nsvi.[ JAS. ,
truly, e.
A Word From the Baptists sixteen years ago, made a flying visit Repairing of Fine and Complicate THE PIONEER AGENCY; 4 1 < '

among usi; he was from Oberlin. He en- Watches; netting of Diamonds and other 1 ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, -
Special Bargains. Precious Stones.Alligator ,
gait Coast Advocate tertained all at Mr.Johnson's' Thursday; and Hog Tusks Carved and Judicial Will practice Urrutt' In of all Florida.the Courts of the Seventh For terms and sample copies address '

Please allow me to say that you neglected ,For Sale by Bobbin ft Grab.m. evening with the most delightful music, Mounted for oauo-lieads, brooches, etc. ''I I*.O.Bolt,835. TITUSVILLE, FLA. CIIAS. II. NAUMAN,TIT\TSVlI.l.I!: Pw O.,. "t '
and then the Mr. A. F. Shell made.
spent night at
Jewelry Money to Loan. I ,
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to notice In your locals of last 1st. A small grove of 300 trees upona Chappel's, leaving next morning for Sel- In S. nay new building, opposIte Brevard county, Fla. 1, k
'week! that on Thanksgiving day the five acre lot in Turnbull Hammock, corner, from Postofflce. i OKOROE M. Ronmxt. VALTKB B.GKAHAM :-t
baptists, of this place observed the"pro- one mile north of town. Some of the ma, Ala., where he has charge of a Prompt attention to all orders by mat lit ODBIXS A; GRAHAM, J. M. Sanders Co. l-
church. Ho has many friends here who or otherw 1 so. 21novEau .
clamatlon," and had services at 11 a. m. trees are bearing ((12 years old). Price in Dealers In ,,
were much disappointed not fleeIng ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW ,
And 7 m. Of course this was an $1000. ,
p. over-
sigh and excusable as editors are not 2nd. Forty acres of Turnbull -Hammock him, and hope when he returns in the Gallic Meat Market TrrusviLLK/Urevftrtl: Co., Florida DRY GOODS NOTIONS
spring he will make a good long visit. 1'.0, Ilox,250. '
, supposed to know everything that I Is near Jones & Wiley's farm, (n e ,
W\IIl'ractlr.e In all the ttmoonntlenof "
the Seventh
going on in the religious world. of s w i of see 5,121, r 35)) at $35.00 per r.Ircnit ant In the Ruiirame C'ourt. Special farllltles CROCKERY, \, ,: b.
acre. One third cash balance in five for KxamlnlnK and lYr'nrtlng lAnd SADDLERY, ', ,.f
Respectfully GRAND VIEW HOTEL Title Cnrmnnnrinnce ollrlu-d from ClAIm.
PASTOR. years at 8 per cent, or will lease for five All kinds of fresh Meat ante and. lleln to 1I1'"lall| ( rant.. STATIONERY, I"1'" ,
years at $3.50 per acre, per annum, with '
He Wants Information. privilege of purchase at above price. An TITUSVILLE, Vegetables, GARDEN SEEDS. ,''W

excellent chance for party of limited Ice, etc., for Sale. TR. M. D. L. DODSON, /ggCri CH01CJ2 OUOCJ Iuns, j'

EATJ OALI.IE, FLA., Dec. 0, 1800. means to acquire a fino property.3rd. Indian Rivor, Fla. FAMILY ORDERS SOLICITED AmrRmIl'TLY > ,/ IIAY, COlIN, MAPES' FERTILIZERS, S 'J
Choice selections of ham
last Coast Advocate: SPECIALIST IN OPERATIVE, sunOI-
Wilt mock land, within one mile of Mlm ATTENDED TO. Ooooct, F10rl.da.: e
you please publish the following ., er
lines!! Reliable information has reachedme station, in lots to suit, from five acres This Is the most central Hotel In town, O. J. YOUNG, CAL A MECILVN(CAL DENTISTRY ,

that at a recent meeting of orange up, at $30.00 per acre. No better land and is only one minute's walk from the 0 1\1n nnIlOl'. TITUSVILLK, FLORIDA. C. J. HECTOR f.
in the State to healthful location
as quality, ,
growers a gentleman of note made a and close to Steamboat i
statement to the effect that I, John Mc- or shipping facilities. Easy termsto Railway: Depot, GEO. ALTREE, DiD, L. WILLS, Dealer in General i
actual Landings.
Allister, in putting down artesian wells, settlers. BROKER AND PHYSICIAN A SURGEON Morohanc1iseMelbourne
4th. Good, high, large size lots, east t ,
did not use pipe or casing enough, ,andthat'one '
A of the
of Ice at $40.00 each. 18tf graduate University of Pennsylvania ."10. ,
Factory, ;
or more my wells had sunk H. R. OLMSTEAD, Titusvillo, Fla. and an experience of twenty

and were'lost. I will be glad to pay Agent for Pianos and Organs; Florida years In practice,.oners his services to -
said gentleman for his trouble if he will Change of Management.A The Pioneer Dealer in Brick and Limo; New Process Gasoline the citizens of Titusville and vicinity. Hats Shoes Goods

I ADVOCATE where Stove that cannot explode. OFFICE: OVEU J. w. BOOKDH .A co. Clothing, Dry '
inform me through.the ,
has been GENERAL MERCHANDISE Will at all times handle
new manager appointed by every dlscrlpl
Just Arrived. Goods!
the wells situated that have sunk so Splendid
are ion of
Now and Second Hand Furniture. RUE P ELY
president Coleman, of the J., T. &; K. LA ,
that I can go and make my work goodor In fact Mill\ get anything to supply the OILS, PAINTS: HARDWARE, LEAD
W., R'y Co., as shown by' the following '
Eau Gallie. wants of the -
pay back the money received. I do 17tn DiSTNotary DRUGS GROCERIES '
business-like notice which from GRAIN
we clip Tradesmen's Soiled Stocks Disposed ol.
not guarantee a flow in all cases, but I I Stock Choice of I lubll'for the State at Large. Of all kinds and In fact full line of
the Times-Union of last Tuesday: keep n a variety Will sell on Commission by private treatyor Contractor and llulliler of over 30 Tear*' ..xlarieuc. ; a ,
do warrant all my work to last. Hoping GROCERIES, HARDWARE, Public Auction, anything you want I .. Natural Klnlntx Specialty. everything. Call and examine. 11
to hear from the gentleman soon, I am to turn into money. I MELBOURNE, FLA.
Yours truly JOHN MCALLISTER. "Mr. R. B. Cable has been appoInted CROCKERY,TOILET ARTICLES, ETC Cash advanced on Goods for absolute "' 52
:,general manager of this company, with And will Sell as Low as the Lowest. sale.HODGES. William: : : Fu"toh., J. ww R.oKers, ,

office at Jacksonville Fla. DEALER IN s'
Drnyinan. CLOTHING,
Fire Protection.We Call and examine Stock18
The general manager will have chargeof my Hauling done at reasonable rates.. Attends Gents. P
& GODFREY all Furnishing Goods Shoes Eats
the different branches of the service, departing, and meets all arrive ,

submit the following correspondence and the heads of departments will reportto THE TRAVELERS, Manufacturers 'of Ing Orders trains.left with G. B. Rumph or at Caps Umbrellas, Trunks Valises ,

, on this subject for consideration by him, he'repurting direct to the presl ADVOCATE office will receive prompt FINE CIGARS, Etc.

our business men. Some,arrangement dent. Jacksonville, Florida. Yellow Pine Lumber attention. The only house in town making a specialty =

should be made, either with the electric In effect December 1, 1800. .1... of Qcnts. Furnishing Goods .-

light company or with, Mr. Nevins, at ROBERT H. COLKXAN, President." RoveR A OBESSED, Frosoh.or, Drop In and examine my,stock, and
"We Invite and discussion The Travelers, corner Bay and Cedar Orange Box )...... :. TITUSVILLE, FLA., compare prices. Cash customers command -
once. suggestions .
W. B. Coffin has been appointed superintendent streets, Jacksonville, Fla. A new brick fruit Vccetabl. Crates Keeps a full Metallic and every consideration competitor .,
on the subject. and many heads will drop off hotel, nearest to all railroad stations and on LnmberdellTerMlatanjpartof through hill of ladlnr. Anyone Indian contemplatIng Hire .1 Wooden claim to confer a

ifatrt., Graham & Walton: all along the line. It is possible the corporation steamboat transient landings.business.Especially Elegantly adaptedto fur write building for]init.on..the The Kant!Bawmlll Cowl would situated do well on the to ,, Coffins, Cases and Caskets. Call when convenient ,First door,

DRAB SIRS-In reference to the item may now abandon the exclusiveand nished rooms, single or en tuite. Table J.,T.& K.W.By.,(mile south of falatka.Aeente Funerals attended if desired. All or south of ADVOCATE office. *' fl

about Insurance of ADVOCATE: office that discriminating policy it has adhered a*good as the best. This hotel was built, Bralnerd.t Cocoa,K. Billing-Eau Qallle 6mo,Eug-en, den rates.promptly executed, and at reasonable I Fi

to in the past, and tt be that furnished and operated as a 13.00 a day pu Embalming done. :a DIXON
appeared m ADVOCATE. Now I have may reduced Satsuma Hlghts l. Putnan co., Fla. GRAY;
house rates to 2.00
the new manager wjll be willing to receive ; are now a tJ
here a steam fire engine 'of first claas freight from other steamers than day, while the service Is better than ever. P. J. ECZLXjXj, Dealers la

make, (Ameskeag H'fg Co.,) that is those of the Indian River |teamboa Breakfast from 6 to 0; lunch from 11:30 CONTRACTOR & BUILDER Drags Chemicals: Perfumery Toilet
,larger and better than the sort usually company. If he Is a business man he to 220; dinner from 630: to 7:30. This EDEN ,

used In places as large as Falatka,Orlan will want to stop the bad leak, via New is the only hotel In Jacksonville serving Tituavlllo, Fla. Articles, Fine Soaps, Stationery
regular meals at these hours. All 'oth
Smyrna at once. Of the retiring -
do, Ocala, etc. It is in good we 1C I. P. manager ers are at least one hour later. Use the Estimates furnished on application. JEWELRY I '
Since say
what your town ought to have. \ Travelers omnibus, the tickets save 2s: Correspondence and patronage solicited SPECTACLES ABEWINO

,we put- down our four- three-inch artesian cents on each -person each way.. PINEAPPLE Mmo MACHINES.. i'

wells in our groves, the engine is entirely LaGrange.We Burton K. Barrs :aJ:. :9. :9"011, Guns, Pistols, Sewing Machines and ,X
Machinery Repaired. Watches Clock
!useless to us, and I would sell her to

your town or to a company of your are glad to announce to the many; 10 Proprietor PLANTATION. BRICKLAYER & PLASTERER and School Jewelry Books a Specialty and School, .Supplies" t:

merchants at a very low prise. Also will friends of Pspy Frensley that he Is very Subscriptions taken at publisher's price

make, terms to suit, and give all time much petter. PAXTOPATTOX&COCLINCH TitUHvillo, Flu. for Newspapers, Books, Magazines, etc. ,

wanted( or take pay in installments; will We are having the most charming T. ]3. 3EU.ol3LCurc3.j9: : Work contracted for on any part of Prescriptions carefully compounded at/ '

make price $000, and show her working weather imaginable;wish all our friends Eden, Indian River Florida. J,d., Indian River 8Joo any time, day or night. I I1f., 1Drugs
abilities to be o k or no sale. She is north could share it with us. ,, ,
bright and handsome and looks a creditto .' McAllister .
Alex. Carllle went out hunting las! KNOX the Painter ,;..'
city if painted and kept in-doors. have ;with the
any Wednesday and brought home 40 coots, We arranged INDIAN Medicines
She is too good and useful to waste here, RIVER LUMBER CO. of Titusville, Contractor for Patent ,.
and Will do and
was home by dinner. LumLer.We any ALL Kisrw of PAINT*
and said before superfious to Fla., to handle our .
as entirely -
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver were out riding ING, such as House and Sign Work, Articles
us, as we have such an immense flow have Two Million Feet of Seasoned ll Artesian Wells Elegant ,Perfumery, and Toilet
from'our four artesian well for irrigation through our place Thursday; they certainly Lumber In stock, and cut Half a Milliona Graining in Distemper 'or Oil t ,

have a handsome turnout; hope month. Colors; Paper Hanging or Kept constantly on hand at
that we don't need her now. they will ride out this way often. We can supply any size or quality Stencil Work, Antique LJ Knu Gallic, Fla. 4
Yours etc., P. J. KEVINS. our Famous Yellow Pine Lumber,knownto and Mosaic Glass pit-Orao J. B. Screven's
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Mims, of Mlms, ; the trade, in any quantity, at short < .. .
We then wrote Mr. Nevins that we Stain.
were most welcome guests at Mrs. Julia notice. 14 T M DOBSON & COMPY
feared his engine would be too heavy to Special attention to Natural Wood DltUG 8TO11K. ,
3oleman's Friday; they also secured a Finish. ,
move about on sandy streets, to which fine turkey from Mrs. C. T. McCrory for All articles of Furniture made to look 'Also the latest Newspapers, PerlodU

objection he replied as follows: a Christmas\ dinner fluLtqEs C BIt well as new. Estimates and work Wilmington, N. C,, cal, etc. :2 1

Mean. Graham &; Walton. done anywhere on Indian River. t- "
There will be a sociable at Uncle Jake Office on the ladder,TITUSVILLE, FLA. Make a Specialty of ,
DEAR Sms-The engine Is heavy,
Master's Monday evening the 22nd Inst., W. K. KNOX. IS Indian River '
about 7000 pounds, ((31 tons,) but Is run
as an introduction to the Christmas fes- Florida
cities two horses at FOR Oranges.
In northern by a
tivities. He and aunt Nettle say they: ,
The moving of it in the sand, J 94 110
run. hope all of their friends will be presentand solicited. Satisfaction
think, would need 4 or 6 horses. But Wines State .
have a good time lMltt3s/ Spirits Bank
my Idea of using it in your town, would" Guaranteed and Prompt Return
centre of We overheard some of our political ? ,
be to locate it in a shed In the Made. -2moW.N.HENDRY
friends talking about the prospects of Titusville t
your business neighborhood, or as near ,
No 1. to the number of votes Beers
abundant water precinct as ; o
that as she could get 5
and extend pipes (say 3 in. diam.) along they seemed to think they were getting ISCOUPOHATKU UXDKtt TUB LAW Of

Main street and Washington ave., with.outlets along fine, as*there had been, in the last CINCINNATI Shorte.t CIGARS, ETC.OF Dealer in THB STATE or FLOIUDA. .

about 300 feet apart. Then witha month, five baby boys born in this pre Quickest. Authorized Capital... .... ... $100,000
couple of lengths of hose she could cinctSetting and Pullman Palace Sleeping THE QUALITY, General Merchandise Paid-up Capital .,. .. ... .... 120,000
out cabbage plants, seems to ugh without change, making direct oo TO -
protect all points reached by those pipes Trans
A General
Banking Buloeee fetal.
be the order of the day. We heard of .
and}wae. She win throw a big stream one 111 CENTRAL CMOJTDKJXIT ST. LOUIS Losley & Renaker. DRY GOODS ,
200 feet front end of nozzle. As good our most enterprising farmers say, be fur JAMES pBiTCiiiHD, President; > ,
felt little tired. and the WEST and with Through car lines for NOTIONS W. a UAJUIKTT '
Upon ;
a enquiring as Fa-nllies Supplied. Vie.rf"JIldeDtj.
fire hose costs 80 or 90 cents a foot ((2) a"1 *B* ,
W. )l, liaowv
to: the cause, said he had stooped down CHICAGO &OUTU-WKBT, STATIONERY Cashier. ,
inch and inch wrought-Iron pipe -' "
) three OUR NEW IMPROVED SINGER Directors; James rrtteharJ.D.: -
and picked himself up again eleven hun- atao> wttla r" ear
,can k laid down in Titusville for 25 or hues furBUFFALO' DETROIT HIAM Am,vmemrw.OlllTlM.OO (ftO Choice Groceries Burnett J. H. Durkee, W 8. Grab, k
dred times. We could easily believe him '
d l"olnta in *wa and M. Brown. '
much W. ,
27 cent(a foot, and lasts longer, andtneKaat.Only N ?
I think, for the protection of the business to be somewhat fatigued.Mrs. one change of can z MIMS, FLA. A Every lever Craabteat with ConMrvaUft

section, that the engine would be B. R. Wilson, Mrs. A. W. Bole -tw.J NEW ORLEANS, ,. fl h Y _" Correspondent Uouaiag s KsteBdad.Seaboard Nationallank. "

better for you|in a stationary position.It and Miss Sadie Allen, were out Tuesdayand ,, VlcUburg,oluu U T, .15MIT.LI, New York; National Bank of

could use river water to throw, but it spent the day with Mrs. J. N. Feas- TEXASwwr pw Drayman facksonvUlo. ,

should Lave fresh water for ita own ter. The ladles, especially Miss Allen,, raeaeagen" this line are afforded aa eieilent Will attend to all kinds of Hauling,

boiler's ns e. The engine must have lots were charmed with Mrs. Feaster place, ing Historic view of tcenery.Lookout M""f 'f aadtiuruuad- 50 !!: zWjlltTt3 promptly, cheaply and expeditionary. THE ADVOCATE

of water to throw, so there's no use in which was, of course, very gratifying too Will deliver baggage for pauengen .

..l'-&Ylng moved out of reach of water that lady; we hope it will not be long S. C. RAT, S. E. Pass. Afft, Atlanta Ga. ( "' '.LP.ll'jA. arriving or departing on train or *teainjoata. -
So It need not be moved before they make us another visit. CURED. Job Printing Department t
supply. you see D. J. MtrixAJr, Div. Pass. Agt Chattanooga '--g r.:iVgdUftCI :
and yet it will not take much of this Since the sale of the store to Mr. J. P. a TXIAt BOTTUr.M Can be found at the Railway Station .

three Inch pipe to reach aH your business Coats all the employees have been D. G. EDWARDS, G. P. T. A., MANY III.-10GLE.MILLGlI c.Wf letkn..y.iu4Afl*Uf/CJ1.*u.. or at my residence in South Tltturilte. Is Ready to do low |ocLr '

ection; and It can stop any fire from changed. Our enterprising young friends CINCINNATI, O. U.I6M felntrist. lr..Net f* U. S. Mall Carrier. Sa ,



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: ::4.r 11 XVENINO rBACtt BHALL, She would give no address, .but would'S disproved of the match, and, btfore.h. BEOC01OCD<< m "?t V ; : 55

COME" S call again, some dayr she said, and see ilwo ever saw Ada, took a violent 'dislike to THE JPKESBIPGET.JESTS I Parent-Say, teacher, do ye reckon ye The Most RemarkableWoikV of Ancient .,

bad any more use for her., her. No amount of kindness or attention ,.:......- : smart
kin maka my boy and Modern TUmea.It .
;; ; :BPCSDM;; my can of life tia ntWhjr Weeks pawed, but We never' saw or which the girl might bestow, upon Ma- AND TARNS BY :FUNNY ,. T.a her-Wai, I reckon I kin, if thatbirch .

$ ,yet the day ia young, with heard a word from her, and Jack, what dam Stirling could win her heart.and MEN OF! THE: PRESS. rdd of mine holds ouX-EPoch.[ is'an interesting fact that, to tty
his troubles
: IVfty bdrdrn otbi-rs with with his sweetheart she persisted in her belief that Ada had day, Athens is partly supplied With water .
'..,', my griefs and his troubles about Ada, was wretchedly married Alfred for money. Poor little Till* POOH, OVERWORKED BURGLAR.Hanx by conduits planned under the rule\ of'
: With tt ?
oft-complaining >gu" unhappy Honest Jack could not unworldly Adal She had elegantly-dressed in the sixth century B. 0.
WhylJImtanJTte aad (,.., never given Tho Terrora of Bankruptcy-Heavy -Who is that Pisistratus ,
deceive, and every thought he the the matter a of tunnels and
gave thought. Finally, at the Drea.cf-Awt'ully Lonesome Habit maul The system Underground
'world l full of woe and pat little model widened the breach between end of eighteen unhappy months, it became Cr :u-That: Is Col. Booke, the great pipes, which conveyed water to 8yracn ,
'And I am ononit him and hi. love. so unpleasant for her that she asked -He Got a Petition, etc., etc. criminal lawyer. He makes $10,000 a in the fifth century B. C., and which, according

atom Alfred to take her to a home of their the blacksmith burglar was partly de- I
4 An In tM total vast, THRTERBORS OF BAKKKCPTCY. year out of Browny, to Thucydides, j
A fed I, what bays t done Lent was over. The great city had own (for they were living with Madam alone. S strayed by the Athenians still supplies '
-' J norUmoreofgalB' ? again put on its robe of social splendor, Stirling), where they could be happy to- First Merchant-Met Bnodgrast: last "And who is that poor chap.with the wants of the modern town*and the l;
and all the belles and beaux of the upper I gether. This Alfred would not hear of last evening entering Delmomco's. He him tunnel passing under the: seato the '

lb; n I Ipt the Opt be dumb; ten' were rushing about Jn the last mad because he was an only son, and both of was dressea in the height of fashionncd "Why that's Browny, himself. island of Ortygla bears witness to the ,

If. flOheItheheart.brokenory. whirl of the season. Shortly all the them lost their tempers in the discus a large and juicy cigar was betweon his Texas Siftings. engineering capabilities of the country. ,

o' flu ill the hoars with busy toll world would emigrate to Europe, or sion. Bitter words wero said, and Alfred lips. t [ men of Archimedes. I', \

,' \. And M th*days Blip ty; Lenox, or Newport, and before they left bounced out of the house, at lost, Second Merchant-Snodgrass! Oh, AN EXCUSABLE ERROR. The great masters, however,' of aqueduct (
: Ateventag peace hall coma.Uaud they must celebrate their freedom from without saying good-bye. yes; he failed two months ago, and is "Did you call mo a rich loafer!" construction verb the Romans In !Ii
Lenten rCII rictloOI. With,the That afternoon he suddenly called trying to settle at ten cents.-[Jewelers' .
was ackgwainted
: -[ Mmdith. reopen "No, sare. I: vas not the time of Marcus Auielius! Rome was II
ing of the scaioa had come a piece of to New York. Sending a lino to his Circular vith TO American tongue. I meant to supplied with water by no less titan I

4 news that startled New Yorkers MissHalliday mothers asking her to be kind to Ada HEAVY BREAD. were a rich baker." fourteen aqueducts. The chief of these I

; TORY OF SEPARATION.8 had broken her engagement tome U'tIl.hl'! return, and a line to Ada beg say you were the Aqua Claudia and the Anio:So-
artist, jack Mastcrton, and was en. ging her pardon for his loss of temper Mr. Charley Younghusband-Why, AN APPROPRIATE GREETING. vus aqueducts, respectively fortyfiveand

gaged te Mr. Alfred Stirling. Yet in and assuring her of his love and sorrow, whut's the matter Dashaway-Let's go to dinner. What sixty-two miles long, which, after

'. the Academy hung Jack Ilaster ou'. picture he rushed off on the'next train. Mrs. Youngljusband (in deep anguish do you say to a broiled lobster reaching a point six miles distant from
k 'or a e. a, tournu Y 1I. -his best effort, the critics said- But Ada never received her letter. She )-I gave-a-a-tramp-a p-p Ceverton( -If I met ono I should the thenceforth traveled togetherin

i and Its fascination for his friends lay in was out when the boy came, and Madam -piece of my fresh home made bread probably say, "Hello, stranger!I"-[Mun- two city distinct, channels, one above the

..It M no use; I must find a pretty the sparkling eyes and laughing face of Stirling having read her own missive, and-and-he gave it to Hover. sey's Weekly. other by a chain ,of arches .

;. .biond. woman, and that at once," sold Clara Halliday; but unprejudiced: observers burned Ada's, and simply told her that I Mr. Charley Younghusband (consoling- supported at one place the height of 100
.: ,Jack, One dismal February morning as said its beauty lay in the calm, Alfred had sent word that he had gone yWell, 1 wouldn't cry about little A DIFFEnE (E. attaining Of tho fourteen aqueducts requiredby

,we sat working in our studio. sweet face of the other figure. And to New York. Of course it was the same thing like that. The like endless currents flow feet.ancient Rome three, including the /

j He Was at work upon a summer scene then it began to be whispered about that old story. Ada, too proud to write under Mrs. Younghusband You don't u- And years bring a change to me, Claudia suffice, for the needs of

,p. wherein two girls, essentially modern in he had fallen in love with the blonde girl the circumstances'did not ; and Alfred, understand. I'm crying about Roy- At twenty-two she told me no- Aqua Theaqueduct Lridge

t ,dress and style, sat idly chatting in tho in the picture while he was! painting her, hearing nothing in response to his affectionate er--he is dead-boo-boo-hoo I-[Life. 'Twos yes at thirty-three. the'arched modern walls city.which traverse the Campagno ,-

'hade of' a superb oak-tree, while the you know, and that was why MISs Halli appeal lln his quick, impetuous AWFULLY LONESOME. or not tho tallest structures of
sjunlight fell in Irregular blotches of day broke the enJtn emeDt. way, supposed that Ada had ceased to LEFT AND BIGHT. are
the Romans. The
"polderf, light through the canopy of But neither Miss, Halliday nor Jack ever lovo him, and, without a word, sailed for The manwho, promptly pays his billsIs Bowles-My eyesight is affected! the kind Gard reared by Hismes consists of +
near ,
waxen leaves upon hair and dress-sunlight denied or affirmed these rumorsand they Europe. And foolish Ada, making con lonesome; doctor. Pont arches 'and the vaulted
so real and beautiful as to make soon died out; for the world had n more fusion worse confounded, left the homeof Who never felt the poor man's chills Optician-Let mo see. You are in a threo rows of thn

A /one's heart ache with longing for Just important subject to discuss, which was which she believed herself an unwelcome Is lonesome; natural state. Your sight has left the water-course, which surmounts top
above the
smcb -Who is Mr. Alfred member to seek her fortune Who can always meet his debts, most row, is 180 feet ground.
he listened
day., as to the steady bttrling Nobody a left eye, but your right eye is all right. here remind the render that I
rat-a-tat-tat Of the half sleet, half rain, seemed to know. appeared at a tea pitiless world. And who never, never bets, We may
'* .o steadily falling upon the dcuble .k,. given by Mrs. Von force just before It was after battling unsuccessfullymany Who flirts not with the girls-the pets, LIGHT GE1 EROS1TY. the High Bridge over the Harlem Riveris +

light. Lent, and although Mrs. Van Buren months, that she bethought her. .Is lonesome, awul1ylooelome. "We are making a collection for wood 114 feet above high water mark, aod

.One figure was already completed. A could not remember him, he was so very lelfof using her beauty as a means of -[Boston Herald. and fire for the poor this winter. Would 1,400 feet long. The principal bridge of
brawn-haired handsome and charming she livelihood until she could other the aqueduct of Antioch was'only 700
,bright, brown-eyed woman was very get HABIT. contribute
the pose of whose head, the very glad to think that, he said,'he had met work and came to us. She noted !lIaalJa1llday's socks you"Why kindly cer alnly.' Hero's a box of feet !Ipng, but it was 200 feet high. The .,
to in
1 fold of.'whose dress, told of lifo and ani. her at Bar Harbor two years ago, before manner upon the day of her Groughter-I want get some matches." aqueduct bridge of Segovia Spain also
he abroad visit to the studio and after that with holes in them. built by the Romans, is 2,400' feet long
mation. If tho.e: painted lips could only went and coming to call upon so, picture
idea '
J>pent one felt! I\lrotho dismal day would her that afternoon, in accordance to her was finished, never returned for fur. Salesman-What's the MORE BUSINESS-LIKE. and 102 feet high. 'The aqueduct mar \'
be forgotten in the stream of gay and kind invitation of the Bar Harbor summer thee employment lest she might make Uroughter-I've been a bachelor for Oldboy-The grandest rule for human Spoleto, built by tho Byzantines in the ',y\
: witty words which would rush forth, so ,he found,the reception in progress, trouble: between Miss Halliday and Jock. i forty years, and they are and the Furnisher.HE only conduct simply this: ,"Do your duty." seventh or eighth century, is 800 feet in *,f
naturally had Jack portrayed her. But and had presumed to make hi. call just Since that time she had been teaching I can wear.-[Clothier I JS'ewmBo-Ob, that's the oldfashioned height. At Maycnce are the ruins of a J Y

,then;'Jack was in love with the original, tho same. All this she learned when he school a small village out of New York, I GOT A PENSION. stylo. Nowadays" the rule is, "Do Roman aqueduct. 16,000 feet long, and ,
4 and had worked weeks and weeks called some evenings! later, and it w.s and so had dragged out a cheerless exist. Light. carried on from 400 to 600 pillars. The \
wounded in neighbor. -[
** I changing a bit here and a bit there, until with positive delight she hailed the ad. ence. From the papers she had learnedof Commissioner-Were you your Pyrgos, or Crooked Aqueduct, still!serves |

S not one line was needed to make it vent of a now young man" so desirable Stirling's business venture, but never the war I CERTAINLY. to convey to Constantinople the .waters \
perfect. in every respect as hu seemed to bo. Soon for one moment gave credence to the Pension Seeker-Yes, sir. Philosopher-What induces men to of a valley situated on the heights of '

'- t"; '-And the other figure was weird sight his various charms won him a place in the marriage rumor. Commissioner-Where Mount Hacraus, fifteen miles from the

I? indeed; fair, slight woman, languidly regard of all her circle, nnd he became a And lost, night, while sleeping, she Pension Seeker-In my vanity. I marry Cynic-The girls do. S city. One section of this aqueduct is f
didn't I .
,lying back on a wicker chair, her golden veiitublo lion. He sang so remarkablywell ltd seen Alfred reading a paper some get a promotion expected.A composed of three rows of arches, one ,

hair catching and reflecting thu sunlight in high, tenor voice; ho talked so where (she could not make out where), TRUE BILL. NO SECOND FIDDLE. row above another, which are collectively '
: ia a blaze of glory; but there tho beauty fluently upon all matters of general interest In front of a largo mirror, and in her ,ovelt-Miss Flirtett has taken up tho 100 feet in height.Ono 1-

ceased, for in the place of her faco wai ; he recited poems of love and valor dream was convinced that some horrible Jones-I don't think you ought to go violin; so I don't go there any nioie.Sklpit .' of the most remarkable work of !.;

\ but tho suggestion of features, and even so sweetly; he played dance. jnus'c! so fate overhung him. but again could not around saying that Robinson is the biggest -What's that got to do with itl! the kind constructed modern times is

those* suggested a ghost-womnn more fascinatingly, or danced so beautifully nuke out what. She tried to call him coward alive. Lovett-She can scrape along with one the nq1educt bridge MaintcuoDerectod ',

,than flo.h and blood. Every detail of himself, that all tho girls lost their heartsto but was voiceless. She tried to go to S Brown-Why, he shows in every way bow now. for the purpose of conveying water from ,

?.c the s6ft white dress was worked up to him; while the staid fathers melted him, but was powerless. Then she fell he's afraid of me. nis BENT. the river Eurj to Versailles. It consists '"

])8rl ctlon. The tip of the little high- I before his choice dinners, given unostentatiously upon her knees and prayed to heaven to Jones-So f Well, you're justifiable. Parent-Do jou think my son has any of three rows of'' arches, ono above another ,!

& : heeled slipper peeping beneath the dress, in his sumptuous apartments, save him-prayed as she never prayed particular bent and is 200 feet hiqh by five-sixth
P: ,tho my.like hands lying so restfully and the mothers succumbed without a icfore-and while praying a great black PLAYING AT STORE Teacher-Oh, yes ; lots of them-bent of a mile in length. Tho conduit that .
among:; the fluffy folds of the draperies murmur before hit conservative religious cloud shut him from hen: sight, and she Mamma," asked the next to the pins. supplies Marseilles with tho water of the 1

la her lap; tho fan which has slipped view and faithful attendance at Lenten awoke., Tho terror of her dream wns up. youngest girl, "Eddie and I ore goingto 4FRAIL Duranco is about sixty miles in length,

from those bands to the ground. all services. on her, and, arising, she started for New play grocery store. Won't you giveus CRAFT. and one nf its aqueduct bridges is 203 feet
? ,'standing' out in perfect completeness Awl now, in a few short weeks, ho had York to find him if alive-to bo by his something to start business with Friend-How did you happen to up. high. Till length of tho conduit which

from the.canvas, while above It" stared won the hand, if not the heart, of the side if dead. "And that, Alfred. is why "1Iere'. uiv spool of thread and the set? brIngs water Irons Katserbrunn to ,Vienna
that ghastly face-for Jack's model was beauty and belle of the season-the I forgot my pride and left my home at button bag and-" Canoist I sncc/ed.-[Good News. is fifty-six and a half miles, but the .

; 111; and without her ho could go no wealthy Miss Halliday. And so, aloud midnight to come here," she said, in con Oh, wo don't want them," Inter. NO ; LIKE: A FISH. tallest of its aqueduct bridges is' only .

heF further,, ': rose the cry from the mouths of less successful clusion. ? rupted Eddie, "why don't you give us "Oh. no; he doesn't drink like a fish.! about ninety-six feet. The main Park .

.,"Itetist have a model, and cannot wait rivals, "Who is Mr. Alfred Stir. And Alfred's story was equally one of pie or something so if trade is bad wo "Why. I've known him-" aqueduct as a little over 110 miles long '

li far Louise," continued Jack, with agroan Hngl" hasty judgment and consequent suffer- can eat up the stock and keep it from "That's all right. But tfghes, you and, with its subsidiary conduits, 'cornq'.'
"and I suppose I shall be disgust. jJut aH this mattered not to Miss Halli- Ing. The ocean voyage cooled hb anger, going to waste! know, drink by gills."-[Philadelphia pelled the construction of seventeen

,ed enough before can. find one that will day, or to Mr.Stirling's numerous friends and he immediately returned by the next TUKjf Times. bridges.
aoiI, aud all went gayly as a. marriage bell steamer and hastened to his wife., She was ABOUT. Whether we look at the cost of construction
w '.,,:, $groaning wouldn't' help It* and we through the summer season, every one 'I ;ono-nad been gone for days they said; At a Scotch fair a farmer wwi tryingto I or at tho amount of ;water deliverable i
at about getting model, and we had envying both Iqver and maid in their and no ono had tried to find her. Distracted engage a lad to assist on the farm, but Ono of the governors of a grammar. the new Croton Aqueduct surpasses -

IOmetun'Otl of"ltnfter all. Such remarkable apparent happiness. he sought her high and low; would not finish tho bargain until he school complained to the head master every other structure of tho kInds '

people called in tho character In the fall the society papers announced advertised everywhere and traveled for brought a character from tho last place; that on the prebus evening he had seen It is estimated that the new Croton"Aqueduct

of .a pretty blonde. Women large and that a new firm of brokers weeks ; but in vain. She was surely so he said, "liun and get it and meet me one of ,the top-form bo.ts flirting with a alone will be able to supply a popu '\

women ,small; women tall and women would be announced upon tho Exchange, dead, they said and in despair he left at the cross at four o'clock." The youthwas young lady.t The head master accord. lation of 2,120,000 with an allowance of

'abort} women fat and women lean; women i. e., Bradford &; Stirling, and that Mr. his mother and his homo and settled in up to time, and the farmer said, lug spoke to tho occupants of the said 150 gallons a day per head. With, the '"

old and women young; women rich Stirling would probably bo married early New York to forget if possible! in its "Well, have you got your character with form in severe terms on the improprietyof addition of the o' I aqueduct and the

and women poor; women dark and,women in January. 5 noisy whirl, his irreparable loss. When you?" "Na," replied tho youth. "but such conduct, and wound up hu ha. Bronx river pipe-line, the total capacity',
light;woman who came for bread And Jack Well, Jack worked away he called on Mrs. Van Buren ho had not I've got yours;and I'm no comin' rangue by saying that out of considerationfor of the city's water works will be ISO gal

.. and women who came for larks but like a Trojan, holding his head high and tho heart to recall to her mind his lovely the parents he would not name the Ions a day head for a population of

never,'on, never, a pretty blonde 1 I At going about the same as ever; meeting dead wife, with whom he had been so FICKLE FUTLLI3. culprit, but invited him to come into his 2,813,000.-New per[ York Ledger
last when we bad decided we must wait his old love and her fiance constantly, overpower1! gly in love at Bar Harbor, She thought it wrong for him to shoot private room at tho close of the lesson. ;

for Louise.there came a little woman- and bearing very friendly iclations with and seeing Mrs. Van Buren had forgotten The birds along the coast, That the governor's acuteness of observation .l
such a Utt\e'woruan-and she was, indeed both. Whatever he suffered-and he all the details, he thought it best to let But, while poor Strephon paid his suit, was considerably below the mark Lincoln's Youngest Boys. 3 l

> the pretty blonde., Not only did suffer-he never discussed it, even her believe him a bachelor, and so spare She ordered quail on toast.Mlstreas.What's was evident to the head master, when six "
.. ,pretty either for so modest, so sweet, so with me, his chum and brother artist. himself needless pain. That accountedfor crestfallen top-form boys presented them- During the first year ot the administration
the in there
pure 'WM, she, that each morning she We dined with Mr. Stirling at his club his universal reticence concerning his matter felves' at the private interview.-[Humoristische the house was made lively by the :

"walkdlnto. our dingy' rooms it seemed and in his rooms, and both voted him a personal history, and we, that is Jack Mary! Blatter. games and pranks of Mr. Lincoln's two, I.
both and I felt the twinge of a guilty suspicious Nurse Shure the children won't mind S children William and'Thomas
as if we were blessed by the csence of mighty fine fellow, though I think TWUE r younger ; i
an angel. of us had an inexplicable feeling-apparently conscience. When he met Miss me, mi.m. Robert, the eldest, was away at Harvard,
She sat,for<< the vacant face, and came unfounded-that ho was not Halliday her gayety and cordial nature "Well, why should they" I engagedyou Fasset-Whit: wearing evening dress only coming home for short vacations. ';

regularly to the ,studio for many days. just frank. I know I did. However, soothed his aching heart, and so he to mind the children. -[Youkers this time of day I Why, it's only noon. The two little boys, aged eight and ten, '

There she was each day, hours andhours we never, mentioned it, because, I suppose drifted into an engagement, though he Statesman. t Cholly Cholmondelcy, but it is with their Western independence and

5 ; >so still to fair so silent that we we wero ashamed to put a ground. was troubled occasionally by the conviction A MC8ICAL POINTER. six o'clock in London, doncberknow. enterprise, kept the house in an uproar. +
\could, almost believe her a picture less suspicion Into words. that Ada was not dead. But why, [Jewelers' Circular. They drove their tutor wild with their

never' speaking unless spoken to, and; And the litttlu! model She never appeared if alive, had she not answered his loving Mother (pering-My dear, our ALTERNATES.I good-natured disobedience; they rgan-
then word in again at the studio. Jack wanted appeals to her in the advertisements) hostess wishes you to play. ized a minstrel show in the attic; they j
only answering a or two
S her' for a picture and advertised as And why could he not find her No; DauhterHorron! ,. mother I You bought a suit ; then came the bill; made acquaintance with the offioe-i-eek.- +
t that voice her
silvery so cwn.
S she be dead. So driftedon. know I never play before strangers. I The sum I could not ;
guardedly as he could, but to no end. must matters pay era and became the hot champions of the
We devoured to
were by curiosity as
So then there
l become so nervous and excited that my came a IUlt-at-law-
and decided
S k whom she was and, why she came. tieS stop Finally worrying we gave about! it her.up to But about one week ago he came for his fingers get all tangled up, and I make all I did not win the dUl. William sickened and died in February S
: 'evidently lady 10 richly and yet soS
Soon after
sorts of awful blunders. came bill
first visit to our studio, and there saw, 1862. HU father was profoundrmoved
simply dressed, so free from any spirit orS Mother-Never mind, dear. Play My lawyer sent-I owe it still.
for the first
'. '1 desire t flirt-what motive had she in One morning, late in November, Jack tlme.Jack's Academy picture. by his death, though he gave ,no-
from and then the
? In it he recognized Ada (though he sornc.hing Wagner, -[Judge.A outward sign of his trouble but
&t : kept-
com1n ,there to sit in silence day after and I went down to Stirling's office to mistake won't be noticed. New York ,
? said word and knew she -[
dayl see him about some club matters. Mr. never a ), he about his work tho same as ever, Jlis--
S S 'When Jaek handed her her money on Bradford was in the office and Stirling, must be alive\ if Jack bad painted her Weekly. Big Crop of Icebergs. bereaved heart seemed afterwards to
S face. within .a. few months. Off. he flow. AN ALIBI.Sundayschool pour out its fullness his
due in on
,S the first day aho colored almost purple in he said, was a few moments. He youngest
f; her confusion, but took the bills andS had been in Boston a day or two, and to uoston, them to renew nu searcn. Superindcnt-Who led I was talking to an old hild. "Tad" was a merrv. warm.
Coming home last night by boat, he the children of Israel into Canaan Will sea captain, blooded, kindly little law
quietly put them in her purse-such an was coming over by Fall Itiver last one of those men who boy, perfectly .
S "expensive<<: silver-mounted purse I noticed night, and ought to be here now, but of could not sleep for thinking of her, for one of the smaller boys answer? [No have abandoned active work, although they less, and full of odd fancies and inventions ,

r.' ; ,but, obl.o I very empty. She gave course the boat was liable to be late this his old love was upon him stronger than reply.) every story they hear which, yet relates listeo'to the "chartered libertine of the
S everwiththe first breath of To to
). ,.us no address, and never told< us anything season. So we sat and chatted while we hope. Superintendent (somewhat sternly)- the butintns of their lives. Executive Mansion.
." see her again To tell her of his shame Can one tell Little on that seat "Do you He ran la and of his
no continually out
f'_ of herself, so we could only possess waited. S boy know," said he, "that in ten
; our ionli In patience; but I observed Suddenly the door opened, and in and penitence I Ah heaven 1 would they. next to the aisle, who led the children of has been no such number o'f years there father's cabinet, interruptlogliU gravest
I : that Jack grew very sober over his work, walked a little woman. "Ada, by never reach New York f Becoming conscious Israel into Canaan in the lane routes to labors and conversations with'bb bright,
heard Jack and that his restless pacing was attrac- Little Boy (badly frightened)_It Europe us dur rapid, and for he
S and thought constantly about this Ada, heavens'I" I whisper; ing the pat Summer. very imperfect speech-
f asahe tottl us call her, when heY II : surely it was she, but Ada so thin, so tiug attention, he wandered about mid. wasn't me. I-I just moved yere last ship that came in from the Nearly first every had an impediment which mode his ar

- ,Dot at'work I pale, so sad, it made my heart bleed. night into the engine room and sat read downin his week f'm :Missoury.-[Ch'.cago: Tribune.A to the end of September of June ticulation almost unintelligible until be
front of the reported ice.
S One fine n ting' who should come Without noticing Jack or moshe walked mirror LEGAL TILT. Of course *e was nearly grown. lIe would perth
he read. lie could suppose WegLt most of
c: fnto. the 'studio but Miss Halliday, the UI to Bradford and said: aper; but could not .Atlantic ice from Greenland our upon his father's knee, and sometime
heard and the
original of the other girl in the picture, "Thin is Mr. Brad Cord!" only see her face. Suddenly he Briefless (a young taw'er-Well, Tilbe posite Hudson op even on his shoulder, while the most *
her call heard her if she Bay country if there be
trouble as plainly as hanged! weighty conferences a,
and her mother. Then commenced "Y 01. glaciers to the far were going on.
: for Jack' very evident desire to "Is Mr, Stirling in !" were at his side : "Alfred, Old Practitioner wouldn't be sur Exactly why tae formation north on this side, Sometimes escaping from the domestic
S shield lIsa Ads from any remarks' that "No. madam," said Bradford. Alfred come away with met" It prised-that is, if you defend yourself. to the North should have been of glacial ice authorities, he 'would take refuge in that

S might hurt. her, to make her feel that he Where is he' Oh, wberel.bej" said his was so feet terribly and started re&l that for he the jumped cabin.to Epoch. during the Winter of '8-8a I so do great sanctuary, for the nholo: evening, drop
considered her in the light of a lady and Ada with a trembling voice; he oughtto A GREAT JSDUCEJIK-VT. know, but it must have been not ping to sleep at last on the door, when
: a friend, did not please MUs Halliday, be here. It is late-see, it is eleven Hardly had he left his chair when unusual to something the President would pick him up and
terrible and crash the Bobbie When I get to be a man I'm account for the of
: who, ef course, noticed it at once Then o'clock and he is not here. Oh Mr. roar walking- we had last !Summer. A crop bergs carry him tcnlerlv to bed.-[Colonel
S Bradford I his wife and I have beam, loosened by some break in the going to be a printer. berg, you know Hay in the :
: Jack, poor, stupid Jack, relying upon ] am sot is the broken o3 end of a ThlgUcier Century.
machinery shot down from its Papa-Why glacier,
have place
: HIIt.l1llliday'. faith in his entire love come to find him. I not seen him
and with its plungedthrough Bobbie (smacking hU lips)-'Cause moves slowly down the side of
months but I know ill has befallen mighty weight
for her, made natters worse by calling for some the mountains forced Passionately Toad of Music
t- her side and after 'pointing outAdi'a him. Last night I dreamed" chair, and mirror, and floor, Mr. Type, the printer up the way, says to travel on by its "
: .ono leaving but a yawning cavern where they have always lots of "pi."-{ll'aul :St.: own weight. It pushes its end into the The '
beauty and sweetness, asking her Here the door opened ani in walked Ilea and ahead until Spanish-American people are passionately +
S to invite Ada to her home to cheer herS Stirling, but Stirling greatly changed;... they had been. That "'ai the direful andAda' Globe. power given goes to the water the the lifting. fond of music. At every lattle
,up a bit. Invite aa Unknown girl with so old and haggard th.tYe scarcely fate which had threatened him THE REAsoN FOB IT, In specific between by difference town in Mexico and in the United Statesof
\ nothing but her rtcoramcud knew him. The moment he the pram was answered for heaven gravity water Columbia a of stationed
S S beautya opened bad him shelter and "That man, said the proprietor, "is as and ice is sufficient to overcome the garroa soldiers Js
'her, particularly when the man she was door and saw the woman, he said) : spared to to rich as Croesus, vet he kicks like a mule Lesion of the mass. Then the co. and each has a band attached to-
S ';engaged to' \vas half in love with the !I i "Ada," and with a cry of "Alfred! Alfred protect her la the years to cbmo. every time he pays his bill" ply cracks off and floats and end sim. it. In justice it must be said. that thee

S unknown girl already Well, no; she I I I" she flew across the room and fell "Still it's natural enough to kick that born.> From the number of a berg is bands perform nurvtllously well w
t- be n>ml to bo excused! Besides, why j| sobbing upon his brcl1I t. What called this to my mind to-day, way when he's well heeled ;you koow.LL'hiisdlithIs ." we can argue back to the amount of seen nearly every instance, although the musicians -
j S hadn't he spoken of this girl before during And this is the story'\'e gathered from was the dinner I attended at }lr. and | Times I cud ice formed. I see that gla. have Deceived no musical training

y z the days she hid been sitting for the incoherent remark of tbcw two people Mrs. Alfred t bt'rling'a: '! lost ntgut, where quet, of the British steamer Captain Maine Roe other than that indifferently ou. ned

I "ldmfh\ no--and sue "thought, xuarnma > so strangely thrown into our lives. )!r. and Mrs. Jack Masterson 'were the CriDED ABleR I having Seen berg b feet reports .- from the regimental baud master, but,
S ,.H ..ai time they U'ft in order to be Two years ago Alfred Stirling, who honored guests. As I matched my fair- father-I am very much afraid our and 450 feel feet high.-, 1"1nt'OuJll lon gifted with a natural *ar for music they

at home for luncheon. Good morning," wu a Bo&tottian, went up into little haired hostess, I thought of her sad daysin daughter wilt elope with that young rascal make a fair-sized berg, but learn.re dill, But with all that tt do45sevm
S and they.were gone. Poor Jack 1 1k New Hampshire town to spend the summer the studio; and a pryeror her future one. Bergs have bean seen not five a great rather incongruous to bear t lot "t

But he wont back to bis 'work and and there met Ada who was teaching happiness rose to my Upa.. {Frank Leslie Mother-No danger. I reminded I long .ntl GOO fed high. Csptain miles. ignorant, unintelligenx-looking lad&U.

tat.ett&teadUr on, 1Ih1.ttAdalat: thinking schooL Her beauty and innocence: s.AB. _ -5. her hut evening that girl mho doped J j' quet"" report i8* _t' >S front the RocU fact wearing duty soldier\ uniforms and h*'
S with a little troubled pucker in herS won his heart, and after a very short got no wedding p etcaU. awl I fl.oclwe that the bergs seem to have ing sandals on their feet i instead of
fort-Ucad. In a feY days the picture was tbey were quietly married.Via 'I turned up shoe,
rUkiaa well to Dalian "'n... yields my words sunk deep into her heart.- again after having disappesxe4 for excellently performing difuttliselectwo
S done and the little 'lady left the itudi his mother, a proud oH Puritan l.OOO.OuO caUon of drinking voter"a uy. [New York Weekly. I .i \\'eekt.X... 'fork 8tar. 60me from La Grand Ihicbte*'-"
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healtu giving and .h. black. .r. iaa, in fen auto .M valuable information to mothers.
new energy .treug nlon, I*well..., Doer p.; S5ttl. t. teaspoonful of maco,cinnamon and cloves, very young i
When the hark money lender closes a cbat ':60'M. ,owe Iw.a ppsr r*C d don F.ll.rt tar' MthlM- < In.Tknfl.tl. or allspice can bo substituted in place of I (6) Robert Grant's entertaining society novel, "Mrs. Harold Stagg." I '
HO HE l t r, of NM
tel mortgage, he won't even let a nick man y", k, .U _pi...(ulljr p.-. rfehlynxulntar mace if preferred ; when tbe mixture

keep his bed.FITSstopped. Ill..te.tM.ex.., lu..re. .karb..11..w:'.fed...:,i boils put in tho sliced! tomatoes and boil I (7) Harriet Prescott Spofford, Marlon Jfarland, Marquise '

free l by Do. KLIKE' GRF.AT2'1118YK .fuhIo..........._1..1'.:..,...,..nwkm...11.fwtldd.t....(1..... 20 minutes or until ten ter; let cool and I Lanza, Josiah :Allen's Wife, Maurice Thompson and tI
RESTORER. No Flu after flrnt day's dww ... .... in seal in
'lo W (Itm> nse. Dlarvelouacuree. Treatise and 1-i: trial 110,.. W..1UtllUGI'E.T' I George Frederic Parsons contribute short stories. I iI
bottJe'ree. Dr.Kline. tat Arch 1Ll'hlla..l'a.:! .1.. .......free to 1 oeo _Mo. CRAB APPLE A LA MODE.-With a

Lee Was-Chineao headache Cure. Harmled tllttmi will h.' Mdrm._ftnllla...ulrarlkMHul f M.Tr.h..t:. Mi..4 m sharp penknife, removo the cores from I (8) James Parton, M. W. Hazcltlne and Oliver Dyer (author'\of J 1 1I '

In effect quick and positive In action. M ot to .._.... .. M.4 I .,,tl... some large: crimson crab-apples fill the I "Great Senators" ) contribute articles of interest. ,
,Kent prepaid on receipt of 11 per bottle a p.Inef'.Ndps.eNmd lbw .....u"'. ..._tal. ink I.... holes with raisins, sprinkle! thickly with ,
lo Mal DM n .1. "'
Adeler&lo.K3Wyandottest..KansasCltyMoDe : 10':1'r' Ikb. Illwral 'Intnoramil. II .tt sugar add a little water and cook I I II
.w eM In addition to the above SPARKLING EDITORIALS. Illustrated Poerrs, HKLKN
Yea Ever IIpee.l.te'Anr ,:.=' de..f WIrhrb "j.oO quickly.) A cupful of raisins may besprinkled I 4 4I
t.I......w_to I.Ip' B.rud I MARSHALL NORTH'S chatty column, and a variety of delightful reading of interest to all ,J
person sending their name and nd- .....r..hlq...... nun*o(to_ among tho fruit: When cool I
drew will receive Information will lend mire ,Md' g Utah aud I members of the household.The .
= and thick e in a glass cover I
!: pla
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to a fort un... Hen]. Lewis. A Co., \ AU ,;IIOMROCEe.sT.
Building Kansas City Mo. ; Security t. ?).... 8tmC, New y..... with tbe whites of two cgss beaten stiff foregoing is a sample of the matter which goes to make up the most perfect National .t T.

IF TOTJ WUJH with a cupful of confectioner' sugar Family Journal ever offered to the American people. .
Boob<< IUS5QI/ 1 for these'' three numbers and for yourself send Two' t
Not a Local RIVOLVERpatohaw PLAIN BOILED PODDING. cup sour Send Ten Cents judge or only

(rated SMITH on. of k the WESSON ale. milk or cream 1-3 cup sugar, molasses, Dollars for a year's subscription to i

Irma. The flneet mall arm 1-2 cup butter melted 2 1-2 cups flour, 2 1 1'
Disease C vr manufactured and tli. little salt. Mix -rand
teaspoonfuls, n tug
fint rholo of all .iperta.
ktannfaotnradlnraUbr< A M and a-.<*. Bin- !butter and beat till very light. Stir THE NEW YORK LEDGER :
Brcnm Mtorrh aJl'ecuour It it also doable action,Baf.ty Hammerta and 'I,
bead not there-
... .. Con.tnwt.leutlrelyotb..ta..'. in the cram and salt, make .hole in the
fore a loot d....... If It did not ezlat' 'In your b'ood, II7 .wreuwht n0el refuUy, In.p.oc1e for work.mmn.h' down ,
mixture. Stir
flour and in the
rl M could 'otmanifMttt elf la ..... Tb a'bet'are Yn"yeled for n.r.h' pour 413 *
your bloodnow rlrndf:: WILLIAM ST. N. Y. CITY. '
CONNER'S Publishers
/ areereer. Vonolbedealeedb) the flour until it is a smooth batter. Beat I fj I R&BERT SONS ,
la brala K before mall..ble\ ..
your you BnMi reading thU cheap "..t.I. a 1m"."... whk-6 t
ar lob,back la your heart stale and soup dUirlbtd are often olil for lb.eeoan.( article and are Moonto in the coda water and boil at once, in a
unrrllahle. but rianKvmua. Tb. SMITH 4 = = = = % % % %
.. to jour liver atom ion, kldneyt, and to oa. EHROX Revolvers an all atimiird upon the barrel buttered mould, leaving room to swell.It q.xpqxpcp 'P
. Whatever ImporlilM the blood does not carry away, *with firm'*name,addre. ann dam of patent;* should be done in 1 1-2 hours -- '
and are .. I.rf.cl Int-Trydetail. IB- At tho Head
OMuewkatwe call dtaeaue. Therefore whoa you slat upon r:1\ article and U roar -
, :hare catarrh of tLe bead, a inult: VT other mbaJantan desist cannot anpi'ly you an Order vat to a'larc. IT is no sign because a man Is an ''oldsalt" GO NEW AMERICAN of Young People's Magazines.
!Now wlU nonlra prompt. and careful attention.D
at most gIve obly temporary relief. The only icrpUvoatal'Mni4 an t nrlona fnrnlNh, I niton a cpUcaton. that he wasn't fresh when ho was a .C Stem Wind. Stem Set, i
way to effect a curs Is lo attack tbedlxeoM III the SMITH & WESSON
boy. ONLY 1.00.
Mood,by taking oonatllnt oval like Hoodrareaparllla '. r '
W'N.nUonhWYpaprc H.rlii.n>U. Alaae.
... __ .
1'he Ie He..I.efl
.A \ViPiwJc
which eliminate all impurities and Weak Men cud Wrk "'..ea. .f.lt.rp """tIq ..., a....,.... IU_ !
thai Tb. A XMAS HEALTH GIFT .._.1&
termanenUy cure catarrh. uixea* of tnu.0*of.101010 Ie"-
Men and women both suffer from weakness .... ...,
hum la now reedy and bjr y
Hood Baraaparl 14. a' a remedy for catarrh tt (Exerciser Complete $b) and Ions of ", b.'om..n..however,suffer NN Ur*.entrr,h.w.MurdM p...e.atW.. x:
wnohedfor by many people It ba cure J.Hood's It Barr OF Au. CIKULA Fna.UllOa. mom than men. Men don't have thoae bearIng C *. fur.ID. tBtU4. Ii...... sod (;a a... :AEMLAfl6ED1OOJ5r
Il ta*> M *l d-r ftod l.w otNp

, Sarsaparilla ft For"An Ideal Development Complexion" J existence down pains liolu the however bane of a have weak their woman'tllujr ,.-' 0t.....p..Ye.... aa.una.etinD, ...nluM.,..,.._anha. ..t N VllMviTING PAGES so
Templet 1'hy.ical f both bemoan their. loa of fouptl ........ 1| |. hit .."" .
'1014 b7 aU dran...... |Ii ala for t5. Prepandoul7 :mill. sorts .. It Strength In Y their spells,lack of enemy that feeling of wrarlnen appetite ..*.lir-on.no *......,.... ..".aer..,.. T EVERY MONTH P' t'
!> Culture," III Ma Chart of. ye ...... .1I1t
hyilcal o twit ,0 UlVplaUcWl
50 eelt tea
by a L HOOD *CO,Lowell. M.aaloo 19 III. for Dumb Rrlli A Pulley, *j cia.Ad. and constant latlKUu. Both become languid 0 I*.r.|i.l4 ,.In .r MUut ..ul (_
MO. E. DOWOS Vocal alt PhysIcal insipid and life to either hardly worn worth .. calk.1 .1.OII.rllm',.Hd In kfirff B BEAUTIFULLY y ;
I Doses One Dollar I living.' Their kidneys are weak and eeem '' m vto. oldw.re '
ultni-gcbool Monroe echsI.m.andW
ChlCBQO -- U dvubMUUck poluk Ml ; ,1LLUSTfl TIC
wnhtiuff away. Their liven are Inactive, their ttMla, boundS
eUl *
stomachs d.Bordered their bowel Irregular. II.... an U* ootf.'''''*', .......b7 the Mw- % '
l\XAICE twi '
SI,000 REWARD WELLS oil;foolimh foollnh men and women!why will S 10..1 lad ...-.1'. ....abbm.vWo .... Btorlei, to\ 24O VT
Toe above reward will b*paid for t1'ooff BORE \ you not seek the way to health and strength.Others ,5 ..eb psi' I. ....'.11' 1I11.d bF .11111..I
MONEY I I"u'uu .leeh .,. ", 1.._.... Deal
bettor LINIInZNT than as miserable ns yourselves are now In r.mM .. .. Article, 20 a
the eiltrence of a .. .".moat ... ... I..1Ad I"" /. UAVUMT ii'>. ,
MERCHAN'I'S GARGLIN&OIL orahetier oa.Wel\lI.'... *.ar...*"" ...." I the fall enjoyment of happy joyous life simply .......'. and hilt wrrtt>4 by .u. |i*.. Autbocs.
Worm R"od1lbw JURCHA1'I: t.S WORK Tbey and becaUHti they put prejudice aside and begun *., /MraliirtUirMt.MMM' .'...... Poems, etc. F n
hot .'IM"il VV.ll.wh.rilfcr. ua Dr. John Hull's .Sar+npnrnlar Ask your 1 a.
... I
JMM IIUDUENee'y' .ro M lutche.t > neighbors who have used U what they think ; e .BX4rr...10.. a..II.. Crown f
:Merchant' Garxlln OU CaLockiwrt .. > mam t.r.LCOMIS fill geld pie/. ebul *rkarM.all Flvt Little! Peppers ) Up.
about k for bottle aud 1
It A druggist .
> a
CataloSUO your l \ .4 pw badIii an > .ii>MtUiliii.il 4.e w, Nrralyd
X.:T. U.?. A. & fin AiI don't take any other. tl r r UI' V o>l il'--erl .p LOe b\ ::.eo Cab Mirnnl Sidney. Aloof
FREEl ''! ar1x a 0I.. e4..arep.erpwt.l1 Sir tat,! and Caboose i the P
------ -- -- -- TIFFIN. OHIO. The high price of Ice provoke ao many flied Ir"'l:::'. -b.n''wardare''.''out(.lUifuliy lr, y: Railroad tidy By Kirk Moon*.
BAGGY KNEF.SPUSITIVELYJtEUDU'Dd..pe.d t Jokes that )ou will find an Ice wagon nearlrever'l'GJIt'r. ibpsrl.e.llt)WekM e.Mo41..0.ea.aal.. .. ofUM. RCBSCRIBR NOW I fit gut a.4 .e.1 wtlk.4tl
.I.reef -
PENSION rrru jlaao
:& !ill r Cat It. Ulhrn r ., and reolr. lllBUT
J .. btryr*!lib* to M u,1 Ul any *
llarrar Arabarst and otbefOollemie. I ::
by ntnoant at PENSIONS llibeMitllb erd-r. We .
,. w Uo by profwudonal and bua4ii*....*. ran.*irt.whor ,.. Passed w......att STATE or Onto, CITY or 'IOI..lIDl. ..11' ens paled vftl In ...., town looi
*. IF ant fw'w in low .d 25c. )e .
your 'r/ ,' tbe..et.m reliablet
B,.. and r.th.r are s LUCAS t'ouftTr, fm'FBAKK l.b.lb.apse. .. I OUR UTTlt Mil All Tat MIST
B. J. CKiELY. 711 Wuuwgton HtraX luu.IfnUCnl'llUti. .llluMrutla4l rCjllueatrrkiMrraaiMMapw.ril ,
tilled lo r
S14 me. '
a r : CUKMCY,..."ei oath tbat be I Ie Poe :: I
::: : K
rtmlU.iehS.irr..Z.fly *
*Uak ) I
: Book-keeping,Builnei Forms;;; ; senior partner of toe flrul tit f. J. t.U&IUT 4k fOod.| toall part*.rTl". U.ll.d l -- Atl
M vnifc Peut.nuanlpArutuuwt.uanor-Ua"d.w' ,. LI"K STAMPS. Ilendll'u.World'. Veil Co., doing bu.lnea u the i ay of loletlo. ".,.rn.ll s0..d.p__ .tM. il.OO.._ ] *,f emit of tM four, teeNa
MAIL Cuvuian lrw I T ...... Box.aiiUd. County and Mate a.fcrtfalJ. and that ( *.III'o..tll.I.
tborouiuiy lament liy L.t.r 1w..1..K..ml' & and blame 'aiu t' Led Veer .r... f). Inva.nw CoM RCN..
,,8rr.."'. C.1: .... .Ii7 Ian e4 bmtalw IL Y. Amend. teat>lli0o MiBouwpullh Mina. firm will pct, he nm ol Oue Jlu qrol boiler.tor ) w"ll ln'mi\ ed aaed.y' ws receive _....- ..*.r.wrd
__ '0 _- each and every caw of CATAHIIH" that can K.r ", ...In eel: III'.U."."e..'...r. i-M ILMbir ..,..>nMlBabcock -'"-.,,Welll0 1
not be cured by the ..... of it ALL,II U4TAHMMJ. .,. rehd/ke..yf & 37 :Trantfort> Bt. N. (
; $Cr a ct a 'cc o>r caraga op &. FR.ulI: J. /'ULSLT. w "i.J:" pa7aW.-i.::: ... A Co., 35 -VASELINE- I

w I .. Sworn before me and autMtrlbedIo. my -
presence, thin Wli day uf Urcntnlwr A.O..1IIIId.
w V x i-'-, A. W. bLxAwtl. d FOR A ONE.noi.LAR fit I.I,Main* by neat ''
Vve bIAL f d w. will d.UnrIre.N allehv( + --' tarp Pub/ & the UnM 4 MUM,all ft UM fuUaIii emUe.*, eme-
llall'a Catarrh Cure taken internally and full/ peck |
CURE. aota irectly on the blood and mucous .ur. On Swoon..e bottle of Pore ratline, e leak i
THE POSITIVE: .ac..t tit. ynttm. H: ad for Uatimonlal*, fmelwo-on'oehoitleof VaWla poo 4., .. M cOw
ELY BEOT11EB3. Wtirett BU Kow York. 1"r1coGO c'. ,'* t' >r o( Ta*line told Cm.... t !.
F.J.CeararA Co. Toledo, O. On*y.k* of VM.II.Cam, to >. j, w*
1Wfold L>r KK''. .. T&o. On*Cake of VaaHiae Kemp, Cannot.*, >. J.
) *('..*of TaMllMaoep,esquuIl.lyweatad.w
Ihti 00.iwo-imim backs eW an. V..U e, ..TwMM
C ECHAl\ii- An unpopular gait I-tha walking del-gat

Bitown'a Iron Bitten cnrei Dyipepala M* DR. SCHENCK'S albr pe. mq.Wompe ay i e b aW/eb .p IA.jetse
lark.,Blllouanea aD I Ueneral Ifobility. Give (MmaudMloMMM M.wwrl be f.r e.d.d S ...p(l eem 1 1yewdrl9
Jil' btroncth, aide Ultfe: .tlon. tune th. nerve*-- _.., Pasta..eprep .otd.N lams, .

PAINLESS EFFECTUAL 'r.e..appalt.: TneleM lonlo for. Noraing toMy' rmto.m t.Uo/lowAU**wwwM.kc Ao.i u.)U 3..V Mlifear iw.a( *
Uotlun chlldna.JL
weak women and MANDRAKE PILLS h..ekrk .uf,. 4;.., <4 an,,, HI, M. V. ,
messenger boy la in training for a man of UR. SCHEHCK /1 weNOxuuL

ForBllIOUS&NERVOUS DISORDERS wait. _____________ $ ELCHAIR I
I never wee strong and I married a delicate f TaHOARO FOI OVER HALF CERTUIY 60M.IMISa AA71iLI
little lady. W* traveled' much In search of /%
Sick Headache Weak Stomach Impaired health but w* remained Invalid until w* be- SEAWEED C..hdlgadl.Bear5talaehleert PULMONJC /URNITURt..
gee a 11M of Dr. Hull' Haraaparilla. W. bath Wr.yW.Iee7.Culitaadelltn.wn.f, (
Disordered Liver etc. are now In better health and feel utroug.uR. 16.It..lwb1 laNl.._ ...-....... h eY1awliEL
i Digestion, Constipation, ..A. .Math"uw,Jlar,W.mrp. fa. w 1Harrla1'I..IIut'.ISo.. ...; 3 .

,4 ACTING LIKE MAGIC on the vital organs, strengthening the Then are at least tea million nerve fibre In Cap.amNiIIaeswJYedlea. WasSYRUP tHA1R3W.stW
; and arousing .with the rosebud of healthThe the human body TONIC *>rla. '*.... Mal..... Lifer .. '
muscular system, ..... U. ao4aait w.r.r
-- _ led all IiliiMii .frnte a ri 4 w.w.- e.ar
Whole Physical E.nerJr'of the Human Frame. 4 rJ.Ba ...... Fer 11.73.TM.YoUTnt'otPAItolgiveS r? | .b Uier. They cUaa I... ...w.sL. a'stdNNrw lob. F ,
I t Beocham' Pills, taken as directed, will quidRESTORE *o much for .raaUli.Cv far -... ..._ ferg.. of toa....... seed/. Will Car wank t. eta,

health.SOLDBYALLDRUCCISTS. -b.mall amount liuM U coat it la BO wad.*. .t"aire. *.:, uMMreMapU.. al!<.>>*>a"4 rQIJCH3| COLDS, MflCt lU
FEMALES to complete ft i alt"'Ilaa nearly Half a Million DYSPEPSIA tkyes. Aed AU In of... ,
*taken + UYeatl.Cl.leAlris.aM.lasi R
J" i LV
t'aoUuee. With lus One and baaatlfalUluatration gl th* a cbaoc tt i**< *r to** T.rr ? .
paper lllitatr.ted l- A." all! IMmdaraef/.. -".-(' T.../... 7"totlaai LUNO. -
Price 25 cents per Box. mant.,aDd*its it*Double Weekly iiutid.y }l.uraboo Bup,/". It ..&1..0,...... Itl.Uke... PUReLY VCCCTABLC ant'.M.wlMlal*the*..._..!!*!*. YOU VISIT ATLANTA

MCUU a* if the publi. urr.could not do enough .ter.Wrwr.wslepb" .. ......: .. .. WHEN ,
Prepare only by TECS. EEECEJUC Bt.Helens, LaaeaiUn, EaglaaJ. to punw. By Madia f '1.1. uuw you may oa.tiin .1&.. Mo4wi.......Yd -_r be STRICTLY RELIABLE ..... It...... ...'.vuoo"..It... Fall a. 8,., RLCI'a1JJW.. .
JRr F jtLlElf CO.. HaUAgntt*for railed Istalrf.36J *t OT7 Coos S*.,lfnf tl tree to January and for a full year lall. wtu &1.. .all R .... _KI.UV wrOIlE. ,B W..I..U 8&,... j
7-10,eels.(lfIOlI"d'Nmlbt don tor kcrp 1Iuc.)wU.I saai1 n-<<,...'. PUts.rse.bI from tha.dat to Jeag.ryMS4 .t.ddr-. dll.Milt7. rar5.1.4y4t ...ABSOLUTELY ,AICL7&IDryAlWee tiFpIsle Largest Stuck II1Ul LcnNII rteu i4 1M CilV. '

6 !.:!', ; '!: Iro!F ,, na'fla(Ms p per.A Taa You r.t's JI..AJlWY. Bwtoo. Ma* .& l w.TIi.T.wprb.iU. k.k.Y.w Mwk Fur Ia1a b7.1I1In pi.te. r.w.r/....5e......u..Lt 5ckeckY sees '1r 8o lty Emblem a 8Pr.Ity. rT
---- Ls.t 1.1...sal.auMck pw lea s s hoes for M eta. w Met k..*4iafares 1dCCdiL.IU,
l:'1. )taiway.Tb1.popatar a ulMfV. **. AM.... aW..1. -Mote fr... w rWpt of ark.*. (lend Urd me 1140 end mt, k bald OoW.J1ap|
w Eaatern: Un tt niualn scUdvnllbnl.lllralnaava.l.tinE Dr.J M..<*.._*.I._.....,. lit.t,C.ICaaclAIua.Pkil.d.lhla.i'LDrlN (.".Mk 41**.,.... any- --T-you belong- tQ
tD of beautiful day -- -- -- ----- ----- ----
coacbe Follaiau :.leviDt and dining car*, --- TEA SETS elU'84 altS1Fb1 a b f'FSblk.w I&Jo.r. -
betwecB Cincinnati Cburajro.: New York' and 1,000 PI U
Recommended out hood of >
Medicine. MI>
Best Conch byPhysicmfana. toUHL.' All (train ran via Lak fbaataoaua O : .
Cant where all eUo faUj. Pleasant and dnnnc the and paaaeligen lwWD4 / GIVEN AWAY.tMM B.M.WW>lIjEyjl A k
e without druggists. to off at this '
taste. Children take it objection. through ticket are privileged stop d..Nrd < T. AldaaLA..UUtarleh1MballM..
1. LeeO' _
world-namedy..ort.CuoarU: .radna .... .....-.-,,_...1.-... r
.t!. N. Y.UE.AW.B.B.f_ ........,.U.w.weM ._. .1&..... .... 1 Phas'tba .sd fIIDr: .. 1dom.
< Mt w..y. .Yr.e.e M. .Il all u as IIN alp' c '
Farm .... 1 oue.a p.11a Ilrbl7.eM..d I&f6b arw cldet.rt ....,.....'' +
Timber M La1AAU. Ranch ..ai....sad _c,..-e 11011it.. ... '
-- ,, ---- In MUaouri. Kanaaa. Texas and Arkansas, W..LI.e.eu.med..sad a Ia&IoL th r 1 we. w r "'if" '
-- -; BdAXa bought and noid. Tyl....* Cu..Kama. City,Mo. 3rM.-::r..4e.d.7., s4b- Mlb.l..Msd .. U.KU1&iJ..UUII.. .!..Y; '
l. pop..Is le .rp.a
I 4A.raer a.rr..o Ie../........cite a.e'.trel Mrl_ a. w. bav add O Mcs
*' .. ... .... .. I1 Rte
\mfgJj\ "Womaa,her dlacase and their treatment. ". .... '1. m. ..
A valu-al bouk of Mnntytwofrac w.reed ... _.tn RNse cia__ E/M......- .111011.. Uoat......-.. l.Ik .ybb.A.l.t0w
paaeI ,OnUroucel of 10 Cteta.for eoat of maU.iAC. .y........... tress...-.'-4eSeed C. .1C e;wren....WprmM' / ... -
e IM'-- e..adps M ce.e-'1'--. ........ We"d...... .-...d a...$.4 eM-GY e.e I.N.w.s rWY. ... Add:... P. 0.. Bun 10116, I'Ja.IIa.. 1'a. .Tr, :W__. a.W.'r.5La.. ..." _-.W' .I.t. :. to.- aU.1.j Nd' .w.. f1.a..atr ., alw ZL x.DtreW : Ot>i b. I !6
--t"-- d ... U wsM a seM 1' ':fe'" t
.r.Mob A..su. ad ion a.MI.Leus.l.
d _ban.IS.0-V ee.rbw .
te.a eeeew r. : a .... ..
tt::, ;; ... e 1.. r law by .em OkUaoraaUokie bouk....Map-MUaay'Un Iiel. 3379 Z. act
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eaere N .. --.a.;:: 011I' eounUJ eltlep
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"). ,, u., 9"'- : . . ,.THE, EAST. .COAST .ADvOCAT1tk.TIDAZ. ,DEC. 1J,. 1890. e ., _

i, : : --
: t. : ,.I'"I'"l: : .. portion ot the consignment which came\ '
Ti 'A Jupiter.
j ja
'. '. \,t.. via the Sweeney hat arrived, and a large :c
l.. : ::f bJ
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\ : : portion of the goods had been Bold outl) 8 M"I" CLOTHING

': ]f,r'., ; :'i [Sptdol to heAdroeateJ] but that he was waiting patiently for the : IJQ:T b: .la .

7: : TmntsDAr AFTERNOON, Des if, 1800. portion the J., T. .A K. W. had got hold 5' II

.:; ; The acreage around ,Jupiter i* far In of. The firm referred to are highly :LO PI eop
xcess of that last year pleased with the Smyrna route. If all e: tj : L-8 HIi o. w EATS SHOES

Large quantities of mullet are being of the consignment mentioned had come S y .:o! a II! 1; ,
via the new line he could ,have supplied CD OF'o tvf *
Co. rEi
caught,by Church A They are being [ JUST RECEIVED
t salted for winter use. the wants of many customers whom Le S... roM

Circuit court convenes to-day At Juno. has had to turn away on account of the !iJ Ii' 0 t2.E ; 09 ne I:: tJ iiCM
;! !! THE BAZAAR.:
]a 'There are but few cases, and they of non-arrival of the goods that will some 0 0 1-1 Qom : ab'S ; AT
day arrive, it is hoped, 'by the all-rail ;I g c.. M J g (I> r:
importance. ()

Vegetable farms are much improved route.the new It will line pay if all such our a merchants'totfJ course does ;- s.e: !m tt C LIJ .. "+ ;ti I;=i w {j) 0 tjW l M

J'i by the recent rains, though your scribe nothing more, it will at least stimulatethe if m e H M : !. m'I I+ a = M Special Sales Every nday

is Informed that shipping from the Lake railway
:will be later than last year. service in order to retain their patron. .. 5 f he & ;- !1to 9
r Mr. James Klngsley, of Juno, has the alte.farnell. It Zg, 8i'o IIltfl.hfn J. P. TURNER & CO
o I I'2 .
finest farm in this
vegetable vicinity. g".plt It r+
=r I; a
Anything in the truck line be Disgraced In Scotland. .F i
can obtained 2 i xxm : f ; c::

from Uncle Jimmy. o "S' o OQ-- C= Q .: ttg,3 lo: H :EJ. L. :se.: .:C ,

t Mr. John Grant caught 250 pompano EDINDtrnGD, Dec. 10.-At a meetingof t:: ..., : P s= i w

night, all of which will be lost,owing the municipal council to-day, the freedom ;So' pop Ii: ;' M p3 ; ; -if It... Groceries Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer., '
of the II ilia
the non-arrival of steamers. It means city recently presented to =' H a'c s ,

clear loss of thirty dollars to Grant A arnell was withdrawn and his name r= U"' J. t+ 2 ...El: n 0 t:.:- I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock Of
., for one night's work. stricken from the roll of burgesses.- :L Q c.. ; ;
1' Standard. fr CDS md ..115"8JHffi Staple &; Fancy Groceries, FruitAnd
Shaw of the Life
4.. .: Capt. Saving serf -
Food ProductsOf
", vice, sailed south to-day with certain ro M a ;
LOCAL NEWS. All Kinds. Also My Stock of
I supplies for stations down the

t. Js Intended to move one of the coast Houses It fj g- E !d tg!: Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal,

: of, Refuge to different location. Continued from Page 1. .fABREYARD I .Q II\) Ground Food and Wheat

,. While all parties on the dock were -Mr.: H. B. Archibald, of Narrows, feIn I am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively the above line of
and will sell close. I Invite your correspondence and ,
Goods. I buy close, solicit
1 busy landing a ten foot shark to-day, town.
COUNTY JAMES HOLMES, President. 10urpatronage. Very truly, .
Mr. Miller walked' up with a large wild. -Mr. E. S. Eaton, of Boston, Mass., *<*- =im SR..A.ny
f ALBERT A. TAYLOR Secretary.
which had
oat perched itself on the fowl- arrived on last night's train.
; :Louse, affectionately guarding the inhabitants
Choir practice at Episcopal Church STATE BANK GEORGE M. BOBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM,
of the
roost. A well directed INDIAN RIVER
to-morrow evening.Mr. Attorney-at-Law. Attorney-at-Law.
forty-four accomplished the work.

.' The Bernini Island boat recently seized :Mass.- arrived. A. H.here Weston.last night of Somerville, COCOA, FLORIDA Robbins & Graham i

4 ; e t. for infraction of custom laws, is to be REAL ESTATE
-- ,
To-night Don't forget the ice-cream
released on payment of a fine of 1760. CAPITAL
; shown because festival at the Presbyterian church. :
t Leniency was one of the

: crew had previously declared his Intentions Forty large turtle were shipped from Paid Up, 925OOO. *. EXCHANGE Real Estate Dealers.

of becoming a citizen. One of our lore to Savannah on Monday.J. .. Authorized, $100,000. ,
: '11( generous citizens paid the fine, and he S. Watson & Co. have received -- "

l I now has an interest In a transatlantic some fine cypress ladders for gathering Is Now OPEN and Fully Equipped for COCOA Indian Riyer FLA ALL KINDS OF PROPERTY BOUGHT, SOLD, AND EXCHANGED.

craft. The Colonel will probably become oranges e Banking in all its Brandies ,
Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Company ni
owner in .fee simple as the Individual -1fr. Geo. M. Robbins was surveying -
valuation of a Bernini coon is tract of BUSINESS SOLICITED. s i i
a excellent hammock land
b '-. ,below par. Mime at Property of All Kinds Bought, Sold and I Titusville Brevard Co. :Tlorida.P.
n a on Wednesday.Mr. Money. to Loan on iDDroved. Security.. .
4 I -- -
Harry Wood, who I is connected
n -,' Florida's llealthfulncss. DIRECTORS? Exchanged O. Box, 260.
V with the Californian Fruit and Transportation and Sell All Kinds of Heal Estate and :
ALBERT A. TAYLOR, President. We Buy are Solo Agent for I.
t 1 f Co., arrived in town Wednesday JAMES HOLMES VicePresident.R. large list of carefully-selected Properties in all parts of Brevard county..
( ,, i The following Information, showing evening. : Jr All inquiries will be promptly RELIABLE Information furnished as to character; location and false of any Property -'.
B. HOLMES, Cashier. on Indian River. .
the death rate per thousand'and per an. -:Mrs. Raphael Carter, an old and 11 J. M. SANDERS J. F. WOOTEK. and reliably answered. 11 Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are unequalled ,

., num in the state of Florida, although not highly respected lady and a pioneer settler and every effort will be made to give perfect satisfaction to intending Purchaser

,, ... 'absolutely correct, since returns are not died at City Point on' Friday, 6th who may favor us with their patronage.No .
received from all the counties, is very Inst. She was burled Sunday at the Cocoa The Co. Properties listed unless the Title is Perfect. t {
'Clyde Steamship Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring large bodies of Low.Priced
.< near the truth, as the basis of computation cemetery by Rev R. N. Andrews. Lands. -

'4 is the reports made by the principal :Mrs. Write for Descriptive
Fairchild, of Middletown,, Ct., Catalogue.
cities and most populous counties, New York Charleston Florida Lines. .
": arrived in town Saturday evening, on a and -
and,therefore, if there is an error, It is
visit to her sister, Mrs. Gladwin. She
and not In Florida's favor.
against' Death, rate gave our office a pleasant call yesterday The magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed EDWARD
per 1,000, per annum, inthe afternoon.We .
State of Florida; population, 800,435. to sail as follows : I
learn that :Mr. J. P. Turner has
: July, 16.64; August, 13.17; September, I
a partnership'with an A 1 photographic .From New York, From Jacksonville. Cocoa Indian
F S 11.78;October, 12.68. (Her 29, E. It.) STEAMER Florida. e r ,
.' '" The Sanitarian, a journal devoted tot artist, and will have his gallery put in Wednesday Nov 28th at 3 P. ........AIoQNQUDr/.Tue.day, Deo. 3d, at 8.30 A. M. Dealer in
the Intenests of sanitation fine shape. Hand & Turner Is the name Friday Nor. SHth, at 3 P. ....... ; ........rhnrsuay, Deo. 4th, at 10 A. M.Deo .
A' published In of this firm. Monday IMO. 1.t. at 3 P.Wednesday .......CHERIIK,".......Snndsy 7th, at 12 00 Noon. "
New York City, gives the following: new We wish them success. ]*H). art. at 3 1'. ...,..."DELAWARE.Tuesday, I ec. Hth, at IJO p. M.Deo. Paints Hardware Tinware &
...... Stoves Agateware
Friday I>eo. 6th at 3 P. .SEMIYOLEt..Tbunday. tub, at 2.30 r. M. ;:
.i ,Alabama, July, 30.6; August, 28.2; -Mr.: Bert. Altree while dissecting, Monday Deo. 8th. at 8 P. .........IRUQUOlS..8unday. Deo. 14th, at 5,30 A. 51Wednesday ,lPLUMBERS'
r Dec. 10th, at 3 P. 1t..;. "ALGONQUIN."......Tuesday Deo. letb, at 7'00 A. M
September, 18.3.California ; slipped his lance, injuring his hand Friday Dee. 12th, at 3 P. K....."YLHASSEKThursday, Dec. 18th, at 9.30 A. n. &: :MILL SUPPLIES OILS, GLASS & PUTTY, TABLE
Deo. 1Mb at 3 P. ....... ,".......,Sunday Deo. 21st, at 12.00 Moon & POCKET
1 July, no report;; August, rather severely. It is now much better, Monday ..CHEROKEE. CUTLERY, BARBED WIRE, WIRE NETTING, '
...... Deo. .
Wednenday Deo. 17tli at 3 P. .SEMIXOLE.Tneeday. 23d at 1.30 r a.
15.48; September, 15.84. and he is able to use his hand. :Mr. Friday, ]100. loth at 3 P. .....,.'UUKUroiS".........Thursday. Deo. 25th at 2.30 r. a. & WIRE CLOTH.
Connecticut 16.6 Monday, Dec.2'Jd. at 3 P. .....".ALOONQUIN..Sunda,. Dec. 28th at 6,30 A. a.
July, ; August, 21.02; Altree ho should be careful the .
? says or Wednesday Dec. 24th, at S P. ...... .YEMASRElp/.Tne.day. Deo. 80th, at 8,30 A. tt.
September, 20.00. next cut may be fatal. J* Friday, Deo :20th, at 3 P.Monday .....:"CHEKOKt-K,".......Thursday, Jan. l.t, at 8,00A.. a.
Louisiana (New Orleans), July. 33.61; I>eo. Wth, at 3 P.Wednesday ......"BKMIVULK,"..., ....,Sunday Jan. 4th, at 10,00 A. M.
30.8 -A Dec. 81.t. at 3 P. n....ROQUOIS.Tuesday, Jan. BUi, at 12,00 Noon. Im '
August, ; September, 27.37. telegram was received by Mr. Andrew New.

Rhode Island, July, 23.2; August, 26.; Fro oher, last Friday,. to meet the .

September, no report. remains of Dr. Judson, a visiting North. St. Johns River Line.

l.' :. ,''':;,,,u '. 'Which shows about the rank Florida erner, who died at the new Rockledgehotel

!r t ..'.) t If.r can take as regards her healthfulness. on'that day. The body was forwarded of1t
'; ...('- .. For Sanford Enterprise Intermediate ,Points on
:.4.- :j.1I2 '. JOSEPH Y PORTER, North after being embalmed by ... M
i 'c '.J: t. ... State Health Officer ot Florida. Mr.'Fro cher. the St.. JohnsRlver.

..,,.- .... U
-Mr. J. P. Coats, of :McDowell, Alabama The elegant Iron Side-wheel Steamer t _

4 Council_Meeting._ has purchased the LaGrange "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE," -- __-

J I\fo general merchandise store. It will be Capt. W. A. SHAW, DOORS, sass, BLXJ.\l"DS, rntxci ,
the meeting of the council
yesterday conducted under the firm name of J. P. "FREl.J'K: DE BJLKLY '
on the complaint of Mrs. Simonson, Lime & Cement, Shingles & Lath.
that serious injury was being done'to Coats A Son. Mr. Coats expects to return Capt. T. W. LUND, Jr., Guns, Ammunition and Fishing Tackle of all kinds. Ship Chandlery Goods,Gvaf]
her premises and her shrubbery being home shortly, and his son will remain Are appointed to sail from Jacksonville dally except Saturday, at 3JO p, nj.' and from Staford, Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges: Gasoline Stoves, Coffins and Caskets .
dally except Sunday,at 9.a. m. ;
by the of water at the Grand to manage the store. ARTESIAN WELL PIPE a Specialty. Lawn Mowers, Ice'
View hotel, council considered the matter SOUTHBOUND. SCHEDULE. NORTHBOUND Cream Freezers; Brick, Lime, Cement and
a and pronounced the discharge of Messrs. T. M. Arguimban and E. A. Head Down. Read Up. Chimney
water from the well In question as a Shroeder New Lease 3.30 p. M.............................Jacksonville...........................Arrive 11,45 p. M. Table and Pocket Pipe; Flags & Bunting;
of York arrived at the
.r nuisance, and instructed the to .. 800 p. M................................Falatka..............................Leave TOO p. M. Cutlery; Mouldings: Scroll Work etc.,.etc.
mayor .. .... .... .. .......... .......... Catalogues
Indian River Hotel last night, and will, 1.30 A. n..r......;. .. Astor r. SCO P. a. sample cards and size fate sent free on Correspond
l notify the owner to abate the nuisance, 245A.M.............................Bt. Francis........................... >. 12.45P.M. solicited and estimates appUcaUo.
by either stopping the flow of the wateror probably, remain in town for a few days I' 6.00.... M.............................Hereford...........:................ 1145 A. M furnished promptly t
.. 800A.M..........................Blue Bpringl........................... 11.00 A. M'
provide for its disposal without injurious for the purpose of doing a little hunting, Arrive!.00 A. Y..............................Sanford............................. ..00.... M|
effect upon other property own. this being an excellent place for sports .. 8.14A.M...............................arprlw............................ 8JO .. M
en.'t' men. They started on a hunting expedition General passenger and Ticket Office, 88 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.:
The mayor made a report of work done M. IRONMONGER,Jr.. Florl-U Fa aeneep Agent,88 West Bay St,Jacksonville,FU. J. S.
this morning, the river. F. Watson 'Co.
on the and stated that up .
; t streets a larger J. O. PKLOT Freight Atent,on wharf foot Hogan Street,Jacksonville )' i
portion of the one hundred dollars, ap JOHN L. HOWARD Forida Freight Agent,foot Laura Street,JacluonvUle.Fla.
_' Jd-l propriated for street improvements, was -E, M. Latham, wife, two daughters J. A.LESLIE. Superintendent, foot Laura Street,JacluonvUle, Fla. ,
';'. ."''fi" fltilf unexpended, and that he would and maid, of England, arrived in the city MARSHALL THEO. O.EGER CLYDE..AM-Traffic Manager.Traffic S Bowling Maniger.IDOwUng Green, New York.Green New York.

'L* 1. a probably have sufficient funds to open yesterday, and are stopping at the St.
CLYDE & CO. Gen'l) CommissionAND
P. Agents.
1-f up Washington avenue to the property James. This Is their first visit to America ,
f of Mr. Young and from thence to the 1* South'WharYw.PhIl..telphJa. g Bowling Onem.Mew York.
and before their
return will make
l. river front drive. Much of the work -
being done on the streets the tour through Florida, visiting all the principal .
'. stated, had been done bv offenders mayor who points of interests. They were fully kept lawn, and the resort is one of S. L. Washburn, F. Jones, E. Mop

I E had been sentenced to work on the seen early this morning admiring the oranges the moat delightful the vicinity" row and A. R. Pike, of :Maine, were t FORWARNNG1VIERCHANTS 1

.t. Jl t Streets.The roll of the assessor was adopted, on the trees around the city park -Mr, W. B. Peck, proprietor of the visitors to town this week.A ,

!d : and a warrant empowering the collector and other place They leave for Indian River Hotel, left for Jacksonville gentleman who arrived in town

"% to proceed with the collection of taxes. South Florida next week.-Hftropolit. to-day. He will return tomorrow night this week from the North, while doing a Dealers in Fertilizers
t ''f{, t The marshal reported that he had deal of complaining over the railway service
ch of Eau Gallle
-Mr. Will Roe
.i -The steamer St Lucle ran agroundin ,
1T: served notice to repair sidewalks, on all
between here and
r owners, where same was necessary The the Narrows while on her way downto drove a well at the steamboat Enterprise, said P. Henderson Ac Oo's Garden Seets
fifteen days; provided In the notice, not Jupiter last Monday. The St. Augustine landing at that place, and we are informed that a friend of his on the London and

having expired no action was taken. went to her assistance Wednes that excellent water Is being obtained North-western railway, while going
? The council contracted with the eleo- on Orange Boxes &
southward from Edinburgh by the west Crates
from It. The is driven the paper.
t through
trio light company for fifteen lights, for day. We have not been able to learn pipe coast route, stated that, noticing the i
t the term of one year, at $18.00 per year. whether she succeeded or not In gettingher bed of the river.
No further business being on hand oil. But at all events the passengers -Died of congestive chills on Saturday great speed of the train, he took the CEMENT, PLASTER 4 HAIR. AGENTS LIB
council adjourned until Thursday the trouble to reckon what H was. In the
including Judge Broome and party 6th inst, Martha Irene, daughter of
S7th inst.Steamboat. space of six miles he found that it aver Agents for the C. F. T. REFRIGERATOR CARS.
have evidently arrived judging from Mr. W. H Mudge, of(Sanford soninlawof
c Route Versus all Ball.A. our Jupiter Items, by telegraph,received our Mr. Altree. A special train was aged eighty miles an hour. He was sitting WIH Furabh Cars'nt.a Desired, and...t.ha&tar an properly .OABK: *.YC1rD. '
in a compartment of an eight wheeled ED, sad
J' yesterday afternoon.-Just before going chartered to Mount Dora, and the little to DeaUaatloa.
coach weighing about nineteen tons We will Buy aU
: ';l ks C. Gardner A Son report that they I to press we were Informed the St. Lucie faded flower was laid by the best earthly I and notwithstanding the extraordinary, we will Buy and Sell MFruil8' Vegetables, Furs and Skins jfla fad

rf ; '" had a shipment of goods leave New has been hauled off, and is making her friend-her mother. offered to us. r
there entire absence
speed was an of os Correspondence
t 1.''' "r.ijf.F '. York on the steamer Algonquin a few usual trips. -Mr. and Mrs. W. Wilson of Courtney dilation and the carriage is described as solicited on any wants you may have. '

, 1 : .:;.,.1: :: days ago part of which was marked via -The Cocoa correspondent of the : are leaving for Melbourne, where being in a state of perfection. So far as Respectfully J. S. WATSON .t

: .,'.'.#"{ :E. T. C. Co. and the balance were not Jacksonville Standard says: "The picturesque they will, probably, reside for a time. any motion of the carriage was concern -

! .;'t' marked specially via either route, but Wilkinson cottages, of Rock- We regret to lean that Miss Ruth-Mr. ed it Impossible for the

'.; .>..'r'-JJ; .' are coming via the J., T. A Z. W.' B)'. ledge, are now open and their owner is and Mrs. WiUon'a little daughter-has to tell whether he was going at passenger the rate Advocate" Job

: .:; ,: Co. from Jacksonville On last Saturday busy making arrangments for the comfort not yet recovered from her Illness; but of eighty mllea an hour or eighteen, so Printing OfDm

I Kswed our reporter, be stated that that these COIl little dwelling on a bemti- her caches BAS A COMPLETE OUTFIT 01' NEW TYPE 01' THE UTEST ;

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