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 24, 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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071720
oclc - 34175701
notis - AKR0019
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System ID: UF00079908:00124
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The Sultan of Vitu Murders a lot LOCAL NEWS.Society -Hang out your stockings, for Santa Those Hall's Bazaar Forms have -Mr. V, B. Boston and wife, of Mom -) W. R. Sander and son, Will ,

of Englishmen. Clans l is About. Just| arrived at "The Bazaar" 1- pills" Tenn., was In town to-day. were In town yesterday ;

-For choice groceries and Christmas -00 to J. E. Ender Co., TItnsvIlle', Stereoscopes and stereoscopic views Don't forget tho special sales every ; '

British VTanhlps after Him and General Onimlp In connection goods, etc, call on A. L. Hatch: & Sop, tor solid gold jewelry. 1Messrs. At Screven's drug store 18* Monday. "The Bazaar," next Monday .'
ZANZIBAR, December 15; -Special.- with Indian Hirer and Lake Worth sections largest will make a "special" of all Christmas "
mention of City Point. 19-2t EH Stilckton and Ike Line, -Monday evening's mall was the
during pant week. Brief
News has just been received here that Intei-etalng' KTenU) About People Yon Engincr Fitzgerald' residence Is of Mlnnenj<, registered at the Grand ever received at the Tltusvlllo post- goods that may bo left over 1* "

Bakari, the Sultan of Vitu, surprisedand Know, and ,People Ton I>on't Know View on
Friday. 7Locals Continued 8.
nearly complete, so w e presume his family on Page ,
murdered an entire ricked by Our Society Ielltor.c:7" office.Remember
English colonyon np
will soon bo on the move towards It. -Best! !best, Iwst Fertilizers, fertilizers that O. Nolle pays the
the Tana river. The
English fertilizers-always on hand at J. highest cash price for all kinds of furs.
-Winter travel has commenced
has ordered a man-of-war to the scene : Advertisements under this head ,
S. Watson A Co.'s Titusville. e Tltusvllle Fla. -17-U A MERRY CHRISTMAS
and hotels
with orders to annihilate the Sultan and ing are ten cents per line per week.A our are doing on exceedingly '
good business. We are glad to chronicle }. .Miss Daisy Parkhiunt, of Jacksonville Oovcrnor Oloason was In town yesterday
Ids followers U the
report be true. This MERRY CHRISTMAS to you, rea-
Is In town visit to Mr. and and our office a pleasantcall.
on a gave TO YOU.
sultan was punished a short while ago. der; and all your friends. It.Mrs.
{of killing some Germans, and it Is : -Services at St. Gabriel's Episcopal C. C. Curtis, who baM been Mrs. E. L. Brady. r I

thought revenge prompted this act. Jetnpolit. church at 11 o'clock to-morrow morning stopping at her place: -the Pines-in the -Orange boxes, hoops, wraps and orange -Dr. II. Philips and Mr. E. B. Sulll-' The mlxtlctiw hung on time castle wall,

Christmas Day.J. I' Narrows for some time past, pined for clippers. AH at bottom prices.A. van, started down the river Monday Anti the tiiilly-lirnm shone In thl old oat haiti

S. Watson A Co. have just received another peep at Titus\Ille, and came up L. Hatch A Son. 10-2t rooming, on a trip to Lake Worth. And the Iwrun's retainers were blithe and gay .

Eau Gallic. a carload of orange wraps, and Saturday::;; morning.We -w. H. DuBoso and party, and W. -Don't be disappointed planting! Keeping Ihrlr Chrlittinm hollilsy.TUB .

will sell them away. down. Try. .us. are told that the Jacksonville, F. Manning, of Sowanee, Tenn., registered old seeds, but buy Peter Henderson *
-Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Odgcrs, of Wilm- Tampa and Key West Railway Co. paid at the Grand View Monday, on their Co.'s fresh seed from J. 8. Watson Co. [Iron AnyocATic.] t''

Clear, warm.weather; just the kind we slow, Manchester, England, arrived at oft ten days ahead of time this month in way to Melbourne. Postmaster Scrlmgeour received his Old Christmas hero

want at Christmas. the Grand View last night, leading todayfor consequence of the Christmas holidays.This Piano, square grand, two stools and papers Monday evening, making Tltusvtlle Let us hang up the holly,

Wo wish the EAST COAST ADVOCATE Rocklcdgo.: Is cheering news to many. cover; perfect order, very cheap If sold 1 a third-etas postof lco. And throw off for awhile ,

staff a merry Christmas and a happy -Mr. W. F. Jones, son of the auditorof Please: examine the yellow, name Immediately. Address, (I. W. Schuylcr, Shoes, shoes; clothing and hats; Our conventional totters: r
New Year the Indian River Steamboat Co., arrived Indlanola, Fla. 1- For Is't not a time to f t
slip at the head! of this paper or on the just arrived at "The Bazaar. The test
Quite a number of strangers in town here from Jacksonville Saturday wrapper, and note whether we have -The Rev. P. St. M. Podmore, of line of shoes In Brovard county 1* Bo happy and jollyA -'

now, and the place presents quite a live- evening, on a short visit to his parents. given you credit for your subscription. Cowfold, Sussex, )England arrived in attention of day to IMS marked tho
-We wish to draw} tho
ly appearance. t-Captain. B. Watson, the managerof I The date tells you when your subscription town Friday, and loft for Hotel Indian Brightest. rod letter ? r '
of the Indian
readers to tho new advt. -
,Contractor Magruder has just finished the Indian River Steamboat line, with explruH. River, RocklcdRC, next morning our A day of good wishes
Hank 4 and also
State on
cemeht headquarters at TItnsvIlle, has got his -Miss Hutchinson I having returned River page ; In cottage and mansion,
piping the groves of Messrs. Mc -J. S. Watson & Co. are agents for I that of W. It. Knox the painter, on page
When gently pleads '
AUister and F. elegant steamers in fine condition. to the Indian River Hotel, Tltusvllle,
Turner. the box head and
Moyer patent orange ,
-Southern Tuurint Is now prepared to fill all orders In 1\. For those destitute other;
The Treutler Hotel has quite a num- would l like to give you prices before you ,:,
Hlldrcth of Indlanola came A when tho heart feels
-Some of the young ladies 'In town dressmaking. Call upon her. 1* -Mr. A. day
ber of guests already, and parties are expected have been exceedingly; busy for some buy other kinds. -Mr. W. R. Walker came up from up to town Monday, bringing a party The sweetest expansion, yr I

dally who intend spending the time past making Christmas! presents.One -Go to J. E. Ender & Co. for rare Waveland Sunday, to spend tho Christmas with him In his steamer. Ir Holmes And humbly confesses that I

winter at this delighful resort. young, lady showed us a remarkably shells and shells hand-painted with holidays with his family in Titus and Mr. Hlldrcth gave our office a call All men are brothel's. ,. '

The orange trees on Mr. J. L. Harri: pretty tidy she had made, which I Florida views. 1Ir. ville. Ho will return again in a few during the day.We For ills sake then let's give- ,

son' homestead look very thrifty and I showed conclderablo taste on her pait. -:\ A. M. C'l.uk and son, Chailcy, I days. understand there Is consldable For tho rest bo untroubled, '.

speak well for the care taken of them by -We are pleased: to chronicle the fact with Mr. Claik's brother, wife and three : -Mr. and Mrs. Clms. Welch, of Boston rivalry between the Clyde St. Johns river 'Though our money be halved .

the owner. that our Signal Service friend-Mr. A. J. children took passage( Friday, on the I Mass., who has a place on the Banana steamers and the J., T. A K. W. In Yet our joy will bo doubled. ,

Our merchant Mr. II. R. Olmstead is Mitchell, of Jupiter, was admitted to the steamer Sw coney, fioin New bmyrnsi to arrived at the Indian River Hotel regard to tho moving of the orange crop Melbourne, Fla. O.

doing a rushing business; having freight bar, before Judge Broome, at Juno, at nockle ge. Friday, and started off for their destlna along the\ St. Johns. ,

from the north arriving daily, and goods the last Court held on Lake Worth. No -We learn that tho Engineer of the tlon tile follow Ing day. They are down I -Mr. and Mm. Alexander McLagan, Christmas nUll Now Yen,',.

leaving his store for all points up and doubt ho will pick up quite a few cases Lighthouse Board, visited Canaveral to spend the w Inter.Messrs. : I of Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, arrived Festival.

down the river. in Dade county.Mr. J. B. Massa A Bro shipped In town last night, and are stopping at i

A surveying party that has been at J. C. Jones, son of Judge/ M. S. mowing several boxes of Indian River oranges toa the Indian River Hotel, having come TITUHVIU.K.CHRISTMAS :. y

work surveying lands from Sebastian Jones, who has lent at College at White stand that it is about 1 milo west of Its gentleman In Liverpool England. South to spend the Christmas holidays.Mr. DAY SERVICE at the

south,' passed through our settlement Springs, Fla., Is now at home with his present location, and work will begin Florida oranges have A reputation all )[Lagan Is a native of Perth, Scot Episcopal Church., Morning at eleven

Sunday on their way to Titusville. We parents for the Christmas holidays. He next month. over the world.-Jacksonville Mttrvpolti.Errnta. land.
o'clock. Rov, B. F. Brown will e.,
are Informed that the satisfied likes Ills school section and In our report of the loo-
parties are immensely, The had list -
"Sweeney" a passenger -Mr. and Mn. Thos. MacDowelll\IIMI All denominations are earnestly Invited,
with the survey mado and will buy expects to return about Saturday. amounting to over forty dollars on her ture of.. Rev. J. Tyler, we. should have.. Annie E. MacDowell, Mr. Jno. T. Mac- -

quite a large tract of land In that sec- -Solid gold jewelry. J. E.Ender &: trip down last Friday, and travel never said !Jr. jjivingsioue'"H "latner-in-iaw," Uowoll, and )Ir. Lewis MacDowell, of Services tho Catholic church Christma -

tion.Another Co. have just received a well-selected amounts to much until after the holi not "brother-in-law." We have had the New York arrived at the Indian River

of Eau Galllies fast steam stock of gold jewelry, which they pro- days. It begins to look as if a competing pleasure of meeting 1>r. Moffatt und Mr. Hotel last night, and left thin morning Day at 8:30: 0:15 and 10:30: a. m. ,

yachts, the Sassicus, has been launched, ; prose to sell with: a guarantee. Also I q! line could be made to pay. The new II. M. Stanley, some years ago. for Dowell Rocklodgo will where the 'rrol.lcalllotel.Mr. Thou., Mao- -

and looks quite trim with her new coal stock of the very best quality of gold- line Is certainly paying very well at present -Lime, lime, lime. Cement cement, open TO-NIGHT

of paint. The owner, Capt. Bradley, In- filled and rolled plate goods. Call and with every prospect of increasing cement. Planter and hair We are head -Captain arrived and In Mrs.town Jacob last night Wilder, and, of There will 00 a Chrtitmaa-treo at the)

tends cruising about the river this win- examine before purchasing elsewhere. 1* profits as the season advances.-So moteit 'quarters for the above and would like started Chicago for, their place down tho river to- Methodist church, In Titusvillo, CbrlsU

ter, and a finer yacht for that purpose -Mr. J. B. Smith and wife, of Boston, be. I you to write us for prices! before placing day. We may now look out for more mas-ovo. All are cordially Invited'to
cannot be found on Indian River. Mass., arrived in town Saturday, and your orders elsewhere. J, S. WatsonA yacht. races for the Captain U just the attend. '
-Mrs. Becker who l is at at "
will remain In town for Co. Titusville. -12 one to set those Interesting sailing i
The new lighter being built by probably, some -
City Point, has authorized our Marshalto matches In motion. We were glad to
Mr John McAllister to be used for car time. Mr. Smith is a boat-builder, and clear and grub Atlantic avenue, (mm -Mr. and Mrs. Julius Tyler, of Fort welcome them last night. I CHRISTMAS NIGIIT. .
most will soon start one for him- Pierce, arrived in town Sunday mornIng M
rying'hl artesian well outfit is fast nearing likely Washington avenue to tho river. Thisis -Tho Indian River Lumber Companyare i An old-fashioned Christmas at tho ,

completion. We suggest, Mac, when self so that ho may take various cruisesup quite an improvement to her extensive to attend to a little business and to erecting a building to be used an an Presbyterian Church, Titusville, Christmas !

you are not driving wells that you rig upa and down the river during the winter property; and in case of a liresweeping spend the Christmas holiday Mrs. olllce, on their tine buslnes lot, at the night, for tho Sabbath School and
Tyler reports things In general as going comer of Washington avenue and IIroadbt. 1
and with season. The invited
muck-digger, supply us fertilizers in from the south of her lot, community. community are
for our groves. There l is moneyin -An exchange states on authoritythat would prevent it reaching the business ahead very saticfactorlly at the above The as an concern Incorporation referred, and to are expect organizing to- to bring their present aNt gin

It. two bodies sannot come together portion. The spirit of Improvement place. They left for Rocklodge yesterday largely increase their business and In- them to their friend at that time, Let .

Mr, J. O. Walton has had several acres without losing some of their energy. All seems to be taking hold of our citizens to spend Christmas. vestment In this locality, during the everybody participate and enjoy the eve, .
well doubt but we a man Capt. C. F. Fischer' trim schooner- coming
very no saw year. nlng. "
grubbed up and will plant in orange and property owners.
tree this winter. Mr. Walton contemplates at the Indian River Hotel, one day, treadon yacht Ellie, took a party of about twen- -Tho last Issue of tho Cocoa fyiirit -
a fine-pointed tack. Did he lose his -Mrs. John Aspinwall now erecting ty out for a sale Tuesday alternoon. nays: "W. Jarvis now holds down a FRIDAY NIGHT '
going into the poultry business has trod a very pretty two-story house on the The weather wa warm and delightful place on the St. Luck" We made up *
energy? Anyone who ever on a "We aro to have a Christina, tree;
and has fenced in
quite extensively, a minds from this announcement,
north side of the Eau Gallie river. It I* our
large enclosure and built a substantial tack can 'answer for themselves.The to be rented furnished. The house is and the ladles all say they had a charming that Ids sociable neighbor at Cocoa- say the little ones connected with the

house so that the 'possums cannot Robinson Crusoe Capt. Len afternoon' sail. We regret we Mr. O. K. Wood-had succeeded In Inducing Titusville Episcopal: Sunday SchooL
carry Gardner In command, arrived here Satur- comfortably and nicely equipped wjth could not accept Capt. Fischer's Invita- the gentleman In question to The Christmas celebration at St.Gabriel's ;..
off any of his choice fowls. the of household linen and land beside him and becomehis
day, bringing up the Rev. Mr. Gardner exception tion to join the party-pressure of business purchase Episcopal church TltusvllI,
Quite a lot of oranges are being shipped silver. The house Is to be ready for occupancy neighbor on the M. Lucle] and ment-
and wife who came to meet one of keeping us at home. take la the church the
from this vicinity this year. Next up ally we wondered how our friend Jarvis will place, on
about 15tli. In addi-
number of will their sons who was expected: from north. January -Bear In mind that Hand A Turner's would sunned: at pineapple culture, and evening following Christmas Day (Friday
year a young groves come Mr. Gardner preached at the Methodist tion, there is a nice piece of ground, photograph studio I* at the old Und, whether his better half and her sister ). There will be a Christmas tree;also .
into and Eau Gallie in
bearing, promises church, Sunday morning, to a very fair where vegetables and fruit can be raised back of J. P. Turner A Co'* store. We Miss lIarrlaopwoultl'prefer a home a selection of Christina carol will bo
the near future to be one of the great of also anda where the bellow of the manatee I II
at a
shipping points for citrus fruits. At congregation.Messrs. option occupant; pump make this explanation owing to the fact heard; and the opening of Gilbert's liar sung by the choir. All are cordially invited -
flow of water from
good an
have twenty-five E. A. Shroeder and F. M. splendid I that there are two galleries In town now. Is an everlasting theme: and we must to bo present,
present we young artesian welL Situation cannot be surpassed. Mr. Hand has re-fIttC(11Ir. Turner's gal say that while there 1* no doubt a great )
of New York who have -
groves from one to eight years old, and Arguimban .-Apply, for terms, direct to Mrs. with the intention of remaining here future for the St. Lucia section we felt
several of our setlers are having land been hunting and fishing down on the John Aspinwall, Eau Gallic, Indian : lery that there would be hearts that would LA ORAxnnPreparattonsfor .
cleared preparatory to planting trees. lower river, returned here today,having permanently. Large portraiture and long for the civilizing Influence of Cocoa On
River Fla. 20Nt time. ,
a pleasant
had excellent sport-killing deer, wild view work a specialty. 1 before a year had passed. On look-
and weather -Mayor Wilson has made an excellent -Altree has, this week, and will\ still lug over the column of the Melbourne\ Christmas Day, weather being favorable,
hang Out Your Stocking.The cat etc. The warm genial
showing with the money appropriatedfor cheap for cash, Taylor A Farly organ I fi'eitt-which came In the same mall- large party expect to go to the beach, to
allowed them to out. They
camp noticed the Cocoa Item that "W.
we In back time and that eveJuing
the street More actual casters some Friday,
following are a few newspaper extraction on the morning's train for New York to improving flutes, fifes, acoordlans, silver Jarvis has accepted a position on the
the hanging up of the Christmas spend the holidays with their respective work ha been done during the past plush albums and toilet sets; curtains steamer ht. Lucle." Our mind was re- if music can be secured positively

stocking: families. fortnight than during the past two yean, matting, looking glasses, picture frames, lieved upon reading this statement; the there will be a dance at Uncle Jake'

Fat girls fit stockings the bestOhserver. of Rock- and on an interview with Ills Honor, chairs, table, mattress, wire bed springs; anxious solicitude we felt for Mr. Jarvis We think, If the program hi carried out,
Get Albert S.
and his household WM dispelled. It
Christmr evolution-from stock to ledge to put down your artesian well yesterday, we learned that a portion of stoves, for coal, wood, gas, or oil; gun., seem that instead of .'holding down a! the young people will have some pleasant

Stocking.-The Sun. He gets the largest flow of water from the money placed at his disposal, still duck cartridges, fishing and builders' place on the HL Lucle river," a. we supposed !' thought for a good while after. ,

It i* better to have your stocking filled the least depth. He puts the pipe downto remained in his hand unexpended. A material; oil, paint, and varnish. Will he i simply filling an honorable r
than to have to fill one.-Judge. large part of the work has been done by get or make you anything, from a wooden position on the steamer Mt. Lucie. We FORT risucc. .
Dont to find a brown stone hard rock, and will guarantee satis- have frequently beard of the uninitiated
expect the five who sentenced to ten cable. him. *1 Lovers of comedy and humor cur
men were to Atlantic Try
front in your stocking.-Philadelphia faction in all his work-from two to six leg an thinking the location of the ht. Lucie
CalLA inch well He has a complete set of I day each, at hard labor on the streets, _A telegram arrived here Sunday uoitofflce and the mouth of the Bt.Lucle gratify that desire on New Year' Nightby

good motto for Christmas stocking tools for the business. Address-Albert for sleeping In the old ice factory. Our morning from Jupiter, stating that the river were Identical; while, as a going to hear the ttid programme tot
filler Bock tuum.-FitbiburgChron- sidewalk are being rapidly repaired.A colored office boy, John Mitchell, of the matter of fact they are twenty milesapart. the Fort Pierce Dramatlo Club. A three
icle. S. Magruder, Rockledge, Fla. 2t But If the steamer and river of
small amount of spent in Improving entitled "8a.rpriaIJil'aol?
woundedIn act comedy, e
The children are already bunting up -The TItnsviHe Postoffice, In the future the street, make a better showing Jupiter Lighthouse, was badly the same name are to be a source of eonfusion v
the biggest stockings that can be found. could the thigh while fooling with a loaded a* well, we bad better considerthe popular tableaux, with the aid] of the
will be of the presidential grade, a* than in any other way it possibly
Boston Post the from be expended. Our mayor and marshal shell and asking that Dr. Win meet advisability of changing the name of calcium light a pantomime; andl to
shown following clipping
It i* more pleasure to fill a stocking by have become Interested and. feel a the steamer on ber arrival at Tltusvllle. one or the other. Imagine yourself receiving close with the roaring, skdo-splltting"one
than to hang one up.-Hartford Poet. the TiJlltl-Union of last Monday: "W 4111- pride in improving the appearance of The doctor wa on band a* the steamer a letter from a friend fixing an act Farce, entitled "Pete and the Pad-
What most people will find in their I3GTo, December 20.-The fourth class the town and wandering gentry, without St. Sebastian arrived and did all be engagement to meet him at the Bt.Lucle "
'Christmas stocking corn Lowell postoffice at Htusville, Fla., win be visible mean of support who are possibly could for the wounded boy, and upon chartering a sailboat dler. The programme win be pore
Courier. learn dllng'erJ well. Ho Is and making a hasty journey to the mouth laughable and readily enjoyed by : :
Janu- averse to .work will do well to give this who I*, wo young
raised to the presidential grade on of the river of that only to learn,
where he name
particular mnncipality a wide berth or now at Warren' restaurant and old. Admission, 20o j children,under
Honey I Money! I Money JII to ary I, the receipt having been at the they may find themselves' cleaning up wa carried from the steamer on Sunday after waiting for several days, that your 43 yean lOo. Ticket for sale at the
loan on real estate. Apply to Robbins A rate of 11,000 per year for the past three the river front if the streets no longer morning. Dr. Will probed for, and friend WM to have met you at the St. store after Christmas .
extracted the shell yesterday. Lsdo on her arrival at Jlelbourne.I. Day
Graham Tituville, Pia.ti e months. need their attention.

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ThO Best Coast Advocai NEWS.. in the confederate army does not enter SOUTH:I' .*'. '..- *
in to the question of a pension Ite ln'bft -

:ImUsvltLE. SECOND. SEll:. ION,.. OF'it THE union exactly soldiers the same footing" all Other BRIEF. NOTES... OF'. AN INTER NEWS Of THE MEMBERS.' ORDER AND ITS. WHAT 18 GOING( ON IN THE

,. : FLORIDA FIFTY-FIR9T.: CONQRE88.tm It ha recently developed that there E8TINO. NATURE.nTHT BUSY-

are three Alliancemen in the present! DONE IN THE VARIOUS:
LAW-MAKERS house. of South Dakota
tt U the London EduSi prediction Lewis tocrmaat STATES FEAT wilt KNTEIITMN SECTIONS FOR TH8 SENSED FROU :NEWST DlBPATCBKe
that before the close of the present HOUSE AND ItNATi: -IAOH: DA Y'I PROCEEDINGS of Tennessee. Mr. Pierce, made kimsel: i TEE lUtADEK.ACCIDENTS, FIRES, THE GREAT REFORM PRESS. FROM CXCLB: BAM'S DOMAIN AND WRAP p

eentnry that city will have 5,000,000 TXRSBLT TOLD. solid by introducing on Tuesday, a resolution FLOODS ETC. FROM THE THE CABLE BRINGS.
call upon the ways nd mean State has been --

inhabitant In the house, :Saturday; Mr. Biker, I committee to report the sub-treasury bill A 10,000-gatlon water tank collapsed organized The: California\at San Jose Thirteen coun. The banking house of S. A. Kean 4

to.it' of New York, called ,up the senate bill to the house on January 5th, and provid- at the Buena Vista paper mills in Augusta Co. of Chicago suspend d .
ties represented. Wednesday.The
A bill to enable clergymen for the inspection of cattle and hogs and ing that the following monday be fixed I county Va., Tuesday, resulting in the being, ,
members of the British House of their for Its consideration. of and two other Spokane National bank, of Spokane
products and the carcasses thereof, I killing one man injuring At Ocala the sub-itrcasury plan was re-
Commons will be introduced at tho which are subject interstate commerce. The District of Columbia appropriation I employes >ted and will continue to be the rallying Falls, Washington, suspended

session of that body. After brief speech against the bill by bill for the next fiscal year, as reported President Ernest Howard, or the Virginta adoi of the Alliance. The objectionto Wednesday
coming: Mr. Mills of Texas to the house carries, exclusive of the wa- cry The towns of Dardanelle and Monti-
and for it by }lr. stock exchange, at Staunton, Va., it what little there was seems to
---- Stockbridge.of Maryland, the bill was ter department, $5,088,827, being (477 was arrested Monday on a warrant charging hare,made but little impression. cello, Ark., were nearly destroyed bj
Within the Ian thirty years the acre referred to the committee on agriculture. 809 less than the appropriation for the him with embezzlement of funds of %* fire Monday.

devoted to corn in the United .States The house then went into committee of current year, and $68,88l1leaa than the the. exchange. Various prominent Kansas! Farmers' Brevet Major General Alfred II.Terry
age the whole on bills reported from the estimates. The appropriation for 'the dispatches United States retired died at New
Increased from 14,000,000 to 78, About twenty small houses on the Alliancemen mentioned in recent army, ,
lias which
committee on private land claims. Mr. water department, is payable from li.
bounded been concerned in a ven Tuesday morning.
square by Melpomene, Terptichore as having
and the amount produced Dunnell of Minnesota tho water revenues is $302,498.
000,000, notice that ,
gave and Franklin streets, New Orleans, list to disintegrate the southern democ- The Lorillard Brick Works Company
{ to 3,000,000,000 of bushels, on.Tuesday he 'would ask the house to Tbe cabinet meeting Saturday considered
800,000,00ft burned Wednesday night. Loss estima- racy by supporting:tbesubtreasury amend 66 South street, New York ,was placedin
while wheat in the same period has exponded consider the house the apportionment bill and then the financial condition of the country ted at $30,000, insurance light. moot at the Farmen'Alliance convention, the hands of a receiver Monday.

11,000,000 to 38 adjourned. and as a result, the president, it is D member of the at the story MessrsWilletts, Chase Morris bankers and
Its era from lit the house on Monday, on motion or Understood, 'will send a message to con- Henry McUenry, laugh the & Smith, broken
and the amount Mr. Carter of htontsna national democratic committee, and dele- and others said that they voted for No. 20 South 1 bird street Philadelphia,
OOO,000 of acres, produced the oath of office gress in the early part of the week suggesting bill because they believed in
from Ohio to the Kentucky subtreasury made .
gate county an assignment Monday.The
from 100,000,000 to 600,000,000 postmaster of the house was administered as a measure of relief tho enact
to James W. Hathaway, of Montana ment legislation for the issue of additional constitutional convention, died suddenly it. Coming, mill of the Ohio Powder

tbUlhelt. .. .. Mr. McKinley, from the 'ways and currency based on the increased Wednesday morning of heart disease, at (California. Mo.) figures Company, near Youngsville, 0., blew up
his home in Hartford TheXeuipaper
m anl committee Ky. Two workmen killed.
reported and the house purchases of silver. Secretary Windom, the Tuesday. were
lovers will hear with alarm the loss and gain thusly: "In recent -
Oyster adopted, a resolution calling on the who was in New York city conferringwith A Releigh dispatch of Monday say: up in Missouri the Democratic Chesterfield county, Pa., bank closedits
Opines the Mail and Eiprm, that the secretary of the treasury for the names of bankers as to the best method of affording The State Alliance Peanut Union has officially election less votes than it did doors Tuesday morning. The depositors .
oyster) beds along the shore of Maryland the several banks in which public money prompt relief, is said to favor the indorsed tbe National Peanut party 11,033 The Republicans cast 48- are safe by a mortgage on real estate.A .
is deposited, the place 'where such depo-i purchasing of the present stock of silver, Union, and declares that it will hold two years ago.
that there is danger cast
tare been so depleted 062 less. The Prohibitionists 3.1)41 disastrous fire'occurred at Pottstown
tories are situated, the date of such deposits amounting to about 13,000,000 ounces, stock for S cents per pound, and persuade
of their entire exhaustion soon. Competent all less, 'whilst the Union Labor party cat Pa.'Saturday morning, which burned out
the reasons therefor and t orate and the purchase also of an additional farmers to do the same.
than it did two half dozen business firms and their
authorities state that unless stringent of interest, if any, which has been or amount equal to annual retirement of national Wm. 8. Chelkey, confidcltial clerk and 6,405: more votes years in a
Look out for a Kansas cyclone buildings.
protective measures are adopted : is now paid into the treasury by such bank: notes, estimated at 20000. bookkeeper for Peoples &; Trotter, 'whole ago.this State in '02."
depositories in return fdf the use of the 000, thereby adding about $30,000,000 to sale grocers at Chattanooga, was arrested Fire Monday night destroyed nearly
speedily the succulent bivalve 'will be. public fund The speaker then stated the circulation.. and placed in jail Tuesday, charged with half of tho business portion of Darlington

come extinct along the Maryland that the pendiigbusiness was a motion larceny, embezzlement and false entry of The National Citizens Alliance was 8. C. Tho loss wilt be $35,000, covered

toast. terLight made on September 1st by Mr. Hermann, HEAVY SNOW STORMS accounts. The amount stolen will aggregate formed at the recent convention at Goals: by insurance.

of Oregon, to rules and pass over, $1,000, covering a period of Fla., by the adoption of a platform and The Iowa legislature on Wednesday, ia
the bill for the adjustment IMPEDING TRAFFIC AND POISQ CONSIDERABLE the election of these officers: J. P. Hoi- .
is let in en the financial condition and paymentof about year. joint session, tojk two ballots for Uni
claims arising from Indian depredations. DAMAOE In a shooting which occurred den, of Kansas., president; Ralph Beau ted States senator without result. The
cf Cuba, motes the San Francisco The scrape of New York and L. P.
bill provides for the appointment mont, secretary, second ballot reiiAted: Dubois, Sharp
:Mondayafternoon at Bowen Miss. Will
'Chrtnitb.."I by the refusal of the public by the president, of three judges, Wednesday A New York seriously dispatch says interfered: The storm with Blue, Dave McKee, and Bob, App'ewhite, Wild, of Washington, treasurer. During. 9. McConnell 0 Claggett 8, Mahew, democrat
to constitute a court, to be known as tin the recent elections the Citizens Alliances
executioner give the finishing touch tony wounded The 8.Fire.
river harbor business. Several canal and were mortally fight grew
court of Indian formed in Kansas Nebraska and
more criminals until hit back salaryof to inquire into, and depredation adjudicate claims all claims, and smaller boats sunk at the piers in both out of the killing of a cousin of McKee Iowa were as auxiliaries to the Farmers' Alliance on Monday destroyed the Illinois -
North and East rivers, and the high tide by Blue, at a party in Jefferson county a Central machine shop at Water Val-
$170 be paid. This ought not to for the property of citizens taken by the movement. It comprises people in
Indians and gale have combined to make it diffi. short time a&o. All parties are young the cities towns and and its ley, :Miss. A. Carlson, a merchant, was
without villages
trouble After ,
the Cubans u long as they have just cause. an ,
cult for boats to into their instantly killed by sores falling timber.H. .
ferry run slips i
advocacy of the Messrs. Her object is to promote the principles -
measure by men.A
,fr file of soldiers who can hit a mark. In mann, Lanham, Townsend of Colorado, safely. Many of tho outgoing, passenger Clarksville, Tcnn., dispatch says:: of the St. Louis Platform. E. Lewis, wife and six small children

,'adze!' k would probably be cheaper to Bayers, Mills and Perkins, and a criticism steamers which were to have sailed during Hancock, llallams & Co., proprietors olGraccy Outside of the officers thereis and others were slightly hurt.A .

tYdfish the office and allow the military upon it by Mea'r,. Ilelman and Kil- the day are at anchor'in tho lower har- tobacco warehouse in that city, to be an executive committeo consisting Chicago dispatch says: Miller's objections -

!ado the I gore, the motion 'was agreed to and piss bor. made an assignment at a late hour Satur of one from each State and Territory. have been met and President
judicial killing. ed. Mr. McKinley, from the committeeon Reports from Pitts burg, Pa., say: The day evening. It is not known what the Offices are to be opened in Washingtonat IIarrison can issue his world's fair proc

'ways and means, reported the Flower snwfall Wednesday was tho heaviest in liabilities are, but they are said to bo once, and weekly peper will be es lamation.l Tho directors: met Tuesday t
Lafcadi Heara, the New Orleans joint resolution, extending the uonded several years. The wires are down all about $180,000. The assets are thought tablished. The organization will hold night and accepted the $5,000,000: city

writer estimates that a man period from February lit to July let, over Pittsburgh, Allegheny and Bir to greatly exceed the liabilities. The joint conventions with the Knights of ordinance.A .
ttaganne 1801. Mr. Enloe raised the point of no mingham. Horses were killed and several stringency of the money market caused Labor and the Farmers' Alliance, and dispatch of :Monday from Lansing.
Can go around the world In a trifle over quorum, and the.house adjourned. men badly injured by contact with the assignment.The the local branches are forbidden to make Mich., says: The Michigan grange is fu

thirty-two, days when the new Russian The house consumed Tuesday in the electric light wires. The situation is so preliminary examination of Attorney any coalition with either of the two old open revolt against the National Qrangeon

railway i* completed. Then, for the apportionment bill. The bill provides desperate that the department of public General Pope,' at Columbia, S. C., parties. The organization formed is only account of the stand taken by the national
of let the for 836: members of the house. It has, safety has ordered all tbe electric streetcar charged with violating a section of the temporary. As soon as a majority of oiganization in endorsing the pro-
sake long suffering humanity, however, been made to read that it shall lines to stop running for tho present. state constitution, in discharging Thomas States are organized a national convene position for government loans on real es:
Russian, railway never be completed. not go into effect until the fifty-third There bus been a tremendous snowfall in B. Butler from the engrossing depart tion will be held.

{men' a 'world girdler takes two years congress. the Allegheny mountains, and at Bedfordit ment, because he voted for Hnskell **. tate.The Paris Figaro+ on Wednesday, publishes
The house after discussion is one and a half feet deep on a level.! against Tillman, 'was heard before Trial
a long
A of Eldorado
Instead of two months for the journey, dispatch Thursday from Russian adticesstating that anothes
Kallroad wires 'down and there is Justice Youmans and
are Tuesday morning
the ,
bill Wednesday
passed reapportionment -
Kansas, : The effects of the to murder the has been discov
end the people meantime forget his nameand much fear accidents. the dismissed says plot czar
afternoon. Nearly member of anxiety for of Tho : case on the ground that
every alliance
movement in Kansas are already ered. The conspirators are members ota
,even his mission; 'when 'world circling the Georgia delegation, except Mr. Pittsburg and Western is snowed up : the section did not apply to state officers. beginning to be felt. Two yean ago noblemen's club. Several Poles hart

, '' ceases to be the 'weary rot that it is Blount, voted against it, because the republicans completely. No freight trains whateverwere A Chattanooga dispatch says: A sensation the Kansas state senate appointed a com- been arrested for complicity in the plot,
.... refused to New' York running on any roads, and the pas in Farmers' Alliance circles
grant a came mittee to revise certain of
cow-then It will be time to work a I portions existing and the club house wits closed.A .
recount, which would have given that senger trains that straggled through were to light Monday. A. Mellon editor of a state laws. The committee is com-
'!JittU en ue1aam about the new Russian city another member. The bill is the late from one to six hours.IN paper called the Farmer Alliance, has posed of five republicans. The committeewill dispatch of Tuesday from Ccntraliar

railway. one providing for 856 members. It 'will TENNESSEE AND' VIRGINIA. been expelled from the local branch on hold its last meeting at Topeka, and Mo., says: J. G. Gillcsple, treasurer ia ot
probably pass the senate without diffi account ot having in the recent campaign 'will its Boone county, is short over $20,000<
Knoxville, Tenn., dispatches say: The present report to the government. his accounts. The county will lost
The Washington Star aays; "Dr.Koch's culty.' mow which began falling in this section thrown the editorial support of the pa- Senator Murdock, of the committee says nothing his bondsmen are able to make
The senate, on Saturday, resumed con- to the Republicans. McHan announces
has fall with per the abolishes
Wednesday continued to report a dozen useless
'fan for consumption it I is feared, will good the amount. Gillespie has afsignedhis
sideration of"tho election bill, and Mr. more or less constancy ever since. Upper that he will continue the publication boards; consolidates half a dozen V\ >thcr
be. a core wholly out of the, power of Jones, of Arkansas, made an argument in East Tennessee has from four to eight as an independent Farmers' Alliance boards; reviles the laws regarding the property to his bondsmen.A .

the poor to employ for the opposition to it. He yielded to Mr. Daniel Inches on the ground. Mountains thirty journal.A control of the state normal and state special of Sunday from Atchison..

l1.ap1a prepared from metallic salts 'who reported back from the commit miles north of here are covered to about Nashville, Tenn., dispatch of Sat agricultural colleges and Hutchinson reformatory Kan., the home of Senator Ingalls, says
tee on public buildings and grounds, the the same depth and mountains along tho urday says: The excitement at Clarksville ; decapitates Sam Crawford, the Farmers' Alliance of Atchison
;Wktchtldlla the bacillus Is very costly. house bill for public buildings at Rome, Tennessee and North Carolina border have over the recent heavy failures bus stato agent at Washington; curs county, at a recent meeting, adopted
Itis-prepared' only after long and tedious Ga., and who offered a resolution, 'which From six inches to two feet of snow. about quieted down. A bank examiner down the number of local resolution recommending the retirement

I r,su. Another difficulty is la the 'was adopted, calling on the secretary ol Tho snow was one foot deep on a level t-t is now investigating the condition of the district judges about one-fourth; Sheriff of Ingalls from the senate and the elec-
the treasury for information as to tho Bristol and in places i. drifted four feet Farmers' and Merchants' National bank: sales, state and county printing of all tion to his seat of a Farmers' Alliance

;wsy-a long sUndlng case develops sums of money, with interest to date deep. Train are having trouble to get U. O. Ambugh & Co., doing businessnear kinds, 60 per cent; provides for the man.

other parasites besides the ,tuberculosis advanced by the states of Virginia and through. In southwest Virginia snow Clarksville, have been forced to the Australian system of voting, and the At Philadelphia Geo. F. Work, Lou

jbadtlus and Koch's remedy merely kills Maryland to the United States to be applied has drifted badly and in said' to wall by the tightness of the money mar election of a state board of railway commissioners Pfeiffer and James S. Dungen, were

the 1)aciUlis. Still, to the having towards erecting public buildingsat be very heavy about Marion, Virginia. ket. Their liabilities are about $SSOOO: ; ; provides that the state furnish, given a hearing Wednesday morning at
the seat of the government on the There was a heavy snowstorm at Danville assets somewhat larger. schoolbooks of uniform text, free; overhauls the Central police station on the chargeof
consumption in a primary stage and hang banks of the Potomac.In Va. In Patrick! county the snow Governor Jones, on Tuesday, reprieved the system of taxation and assessment wrecking the Bank America, and

'the hard cash to pay for the lymph the senate, on Monday, Senator Col- 'was eighteen inches deep and the track Ann Patterson, who won sentenced to be and puts it on a bona fide basis; the American Lifo Insurance company,

the ClI1'Ifa certain and speedy. So goes' qultt made a brilliant and telling speech o! the Danvill and New River railway hanged in Heal: Russell county, Ala., cuts down the fees and salaries of all and at its conclusion were held in 20.
against the force bill. lIe occupied the badly blocked. All trains are blocked officer 000 bail!( each, to at court. Delng-
the from Berlin This is was Friday, for the murder of her husband, county except coroners and commissioners answer
story story floor for two hours. :Mr. Wilson of
at Staunton, Va. by poisoning. The reprieve 'was the and affects constables' and unable to obtain this amount of bail,
:,weakened by the statement that the only Maryland also made a legal and constitutional A dispatch from Roanoke, Va., nays: result of a petitition signed by nearly justices of the peace's fees. The report, they were remanded to prison.A .

person "in Dr Koch's confidence is "a argument against the bill. The roof of the blacksmith shop of the every lady in Scale, asking for the commutation says Mr. Murdock, if adopted and enacted box of giant powder exploded ii>

celebrated! professor" If two celebrated 'when There were only eight senators Tuesday Roanoke Machine Works fell in under of the woman's sentence to im- into law will save the people of Sunday Lake mine at Wakefield, Mich..
the speaker gavel fell the heavy wel ilit of snow, at 2 o'clock Kansas ia
prisonment for life. Governor Jones $800,000 taxes annually. As Tuesday, killing two men instantly and
professors had taken to throwing salt on The officer laid before
morning. presiding a. m. Wednesday. One man of the night granted the reprieve until January 16th, all of the committee are republicans, and fatally wounding others. Two men were
the consumption bird's tail there_ would the senate Mr. Morgan's resolution Force was killed and eight seriously injured. to gain an opportunity to. give the case as the report is simply a redemption of encaged in opening a can of powderwith

!be large faith la Its capture Seriously, calling on the secretary of the treasury ( The damage to the building add close investigation. > pledges made in the recent state republican a chisel and a spark: got into the
for information relative to the
paymentof machinery is estimated at $100,000; un platform the republican senate The timbers .
Dr. Koch confer on humanity the the claims of John I. -- can. exposition set fire to the
May Davenport as
insured. It b the heaviest snowstorm for
CONVENTIONWILL cannot !refuse to adopt it. of the mine and it burned briskly.
of elections and circuit
greatest boon it has receivecd hi aphysical supervisor as
yaarti There are some men in the mine, but.
court commissioner. The resolution was
way since Jeoer's discovery of adopted. Mr. Morgan presented the IMMIGRATION CONVENTIONIN BE HELD JUT A CONFERENCE OF SITTING BULL DEAD. particulars cannot be learned.

Inoculation as a preventive of smallpox. credential of the election of his colleague, COMMITTEES WILL BE HAD. A terrible accident occurred Wedges

:< Koch's discovery is not, a* com. Mr. Puph, and they were laid upon the SESSION AT J.IUEVILL&-ELEC1'ION C. RE IS EII.I.KI: IN ATTEMPTING TO ESCAPE day at Escouffisul colliery at Hornu.

meaty thought, an inoculation against I table.. ..The pending !business wan statedto OFFICERS. { At a meeting in Jacksonville, Fla., FROM: TUB INDIAN POLICE. province of Ilainaut, Belgium. A shift
be the consideration of the Doipn Tuesday night, attended by General of eighteen men had entered the cage
catcttog the disease; it is administered resolution, providing for an investigation Three hundred and fifty delegates, Master Workman Powdcrly and John A dispatch from St. Paul, Minn., says: and the engine started to lower them into,

att t the phthlsU has been contracted as as to whether the right to vote was de. representing every section of the south, Davis, nrmnber-elecet of congress, from Sitting Bull has been !dllo I. General the pit. Suddenly, and without warning,

*,cure." Died or abridged in any state, etc., and were present at the opening of the south I Kansas, on behalf of the Knights of La- Miles received two dispatches Monday the rope connecting the cage with the
Mr. Morgan addressed the senate againttthe ern interstate immigration convention at bor, l'ret\clcnt I'olk, national lecturer; evening-fiist from Picire, 8. IX, stating drum broke and the men were precipItated -
bill. Mr. Dolph spoke in favor of it*, Asheville, N. C., Wednesday. The Mr. 11 illctt, member of the executive that Sitting Bull nod his lIOn hail been to the bottom of the shaft. Everyone
The question of the consumption of Without concluding hill argument, Mr. body[ was called to order >>y N. J. T. board; Mr. VTardwel, of North Dakota, killed, but giving no further particulars. of the occupants of the cage were
timber, by the railroads has been for Dolph yielded for a motion to adjourn.In Johnson, of Texas lion It. B. Vance an J other of the Farmers' Alliance, it Tbe other was from Standing Rock killed.A .

comet time, under investigation by the the /Senate, ou Wednesday, Mr of Asheville, was ihosru temporary was decided, to have no convention at agency and stating that Indian polico dispatch of Tuesday from Pads,.
asked unanimous that Friday 23: J as had started out during tho morning to
Hoar, consent chairman and welcomed tho conven Cincinnati ou February France
Forestry division of the United States : Seven Alpine chaiseon
at :3 o'clock p. m., debate on tho tion to the state of North Carolina. been arranged. It was decided that tbeeill arrest Sitting Bull, hiving understoodthat says
working under command of officer at
Department of Agriculture. Circulars election bill should be clonslJcred as Captain Nat Atkinson delivered: an address for the Cincinnati convention sbould he pn>|K>,;cil: starting out for .an
This chorus of obJectIons issued but thit in its the Bad Laud: tit oucc. The police were a new fortress on the summit of Sacbar,.
pave been sent out to all the important closed was met by a of welcome on behalf of the cityof not be form tlly ,
democrats and the comtnhtefs of five followed by a troop of under between LaBuga and Riviere, were swept
for from the request Ashe\illc, and Governor Fowle tend, a ronferenc of cavalry
railways information on points connected fell through. The senate resumed welcomed the convention on behalf of from enchof tho ogioizatiuntappSiuteilUouia Captain FechU, and infantry under Col- I with their superior, by a sudden blast

with the subject, and from the consideration of the election bill, Mr. the; stato of North Carolina. James btt bell some lima in February, onel Drum. When the )police reached I over a precipice. Five of the men, and

replies to these it is found that the round Jolph continuing his speech of Tuesday Lyons, of Virginia, delivered a responseon which fchouUi no ever the ground care- Sitting Bull's camp on Grand river, about tbe officer, fell a distance of 1,500: feet.
lie followed by Messrs. Morgan formal action forty miles fr in t Mantling" Hock, they Their Indies have len recovered in r
total of Umber ties in use on railroads in was behalf of the convention. Thu committee tully, amt w.tUout Liking :
tie Gibson, Kenna, Reagan and Butler, who : oa permanent organization: made: )practically decide what course: If action found arrangement beiajj uiado for tlurmrturc. frightfully mutilated condition Two ol
United States is nearly 516,000,000 made strong spccc'ies! against the m &II. the following report for permanent officers should be purtu'-d. This is a decided '1 he cavalry had not the men managed to cling to some rockt-

and 60,000,000 are. annually required for uro. Mr, Hoar again endeavored to extract of the convention: Mr. lirjaut, of \ict ry f.ir the conservative clement yet reached rump when the police : and KO managed to wpapc death.

renewals. Including the bridge and from democratic senators the mention 'I'ennesseo, president; L>. 11. Elliott, of ami iii! iV ni'id pirtf men. arrested Sitting: Bull nnd started
of some specific time-any time, no Florida D. C. of back with him. Ills follow! ere quickly
trectlo. 'work the annual consumption of secretary; Garlington,
matter when-for taking a vote on the South Carolina, and Mr. Wilcox, of rallied to his rescue and tried to retake : BANK WRECKERS.
timber on railways is computed at 500,. vending bill. Mr, Gordon remarked that Georgia, assistant secretaries; F. N. \Vad- THE THREE- C'S him. In the melee that cusuej the wily i -

000,000 cubic feet, requiring' the cuttingof the senate was only on the thcshyld of dell, Asheville, 'cr "CUnt-l\t'Rrm.; vice A RECEIVER APPOINTED F
the best timber from over 1,000,000 debate on tbe bill. There were quite n presidents to be elect*J by each state in CI.l"ISJiJ.TI" CHICAGO I\J.IL'WAT.' five of tie best of thu Indian police were LEADER IN JAIL.
number of senators on both side of the the convention. The convention' adjourned also kilted.

acres of forest land per' annum. To senate who desired to speak upon. it. The it 6 o'clock! : p. ra, till Thursday morn- In the United-States circuit court TUE \111 CONFIRMED.ladiau A Philadelphia dispatch of Friday'
meet this demand, under our present i senate then adjourned. big at 10 o'dlX't.CHOLERA! Commissioner )[ t Washington -
I at Charleston, S, U., Friday Judges says: George T. Work 'who 'was the-
[ wasteful management of timber; land, the Bond and Bryan granted an injunction received from Indian Agent Me- mastermind of the Work.M& Gar1auePle -

| area to be preserved for this purpose 1 OTI9. IN PANAMA. restraining all suit against the Charles Lau!\Ulin, Monday evening, the follow- I r-Dullgal1 syndicate, which, it b-
motion of JuJ e Stewart a bill lab oUputch, dated Pert Yates, X. D..
'would exceed Upon ton, Cincinnati & Chicago railway aud alleged, wrecked the Bank of America
probably 50,000,000, or msscxl the house Saturday giving )[rw. E, TWELVE HUNDRED DEATH IX SEVC' appointing ..Samuel Lord, of that city, December; 13: aDd the American Life Insurance Company
I more than tea per cent. of our present J.I Baldy, of Griffin Ga., apous'oaor' fjOu 'WEEKS-AN ICE FAMINE. temporary receiver, with notice that a The Indian police arrested Sitting Bullat was arrested Thursday night oa *

forest arts. As railway manager prefer mouth on account of her hubbjud's services motion for the appointment of a permt-- Lila camp, forty miles northwest of the warrant sworn out by District Attorney

"hewn" tics, aud "one to be cut from in the Indiau war. The steamer San Suan, which arrivedat tent receiver would be argued on the '.' ency, this morniug at daylight. Hit Allen, and ia default of$20,000( ; bail, was.

small trees," the timber consumed The acting secretary of the treasury San Francisco, Saturday, from'unaiua first Tuesday ia February next. The followers attempted his rescue, and the committed to Moyameosing prison. The
by sent A letter to congress Saturday: in bring* news of ravage; of cholera l complainant say there are \7.000,000of fighting commenced. Four policemen district attorney also swore ont warrant
railroads, er twenty per cent of the which he recommended an immediate in Guatemala. More than 12CKK cases bomb and an equal amount of stock were killed and three wounded. Eight for the arrest of State Senator John J.

total consumption, is taken from the appropriation of $2,000 for additional are reported in the state anI11, :>deaths ouutmdiog, rf which they represent Indians were killed, including Sitting :MacFarlance. Louis E. Pfei1Ier and Jamea

young growth. Then, sixty per cent of heating apparatus for the Augusta, OIL, occurred in the city of GuuUiu.iU In ti.2V.1,000: as follows in bonds: Finano Bull and hU top, Crowfoot, and several S. Duogan, Lut Work was ,the only one
! JW'It o11ice. seven week An ico famine i* reported Company, of Pennsylvania. $200,000, Others were wounded. Tbe police were of the number that the constable could
all ties arc oak, the most valuable of all Assistant Secretary of the Interior from the islhmiw. A company recently lovrktiucnt Company, of Philadelphia, surrounded for a time, but maintained find. The warrant OB which Work..

I our timber. 3assey, on Monday, rendered a decision started an ice factory at Colon, but the $100,000; Barker Bros. & Co., 53,000. their ground until relieved by the United arrested chargea him with rehypotheca

statistics that I the pension case of a man "who machinery broke down, and now, in the A foreclosure of the mortgage is asked Statet troops who now hare possessionof ting stocks and with conspiracy to cheat
It it show* by October after upon serving in the confederate army, middle of the hentcd term, ice commands for. The road has 230 miles built and I Sitting. Bull's camp.hh all the and defraud depositors and others later-

S. th. saldda.molt : afterwards enlisted ia the union army. '70 per ton. ninety miles more yradtd. .worn*a. children and property. i es'ed U the Bank of America.

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,A WOLF ABA FARM HAND corded us during the tour, an
n AITT t1 run JJI.'r'EP..f : .: heart was.especially? tender, and pima 1 "Well, she was away more than a yea.I '. and FLORIDA jiTATE NEWS him the success which his untiring en- r
to the poor little.ODe!. i never heard directly from bet, though It Ha* a History, !. Now Running r8T, unfailing good temper and
Ollie read and write well. Machine. HAPPENINGS thorough knowledge of the details of
mr.1tot1l.or Winter mss wnie.Vr can quite a Churning THROUGHOUT TUB
+tl'adt h@n'\"I'r h r tookes hf;' ronndP : On the morning after my second arrival When the company bought all this Any one who mar visit Richard Cunmngham's STATE PARAGRAPHED. his and chosen profession 10 richly- merit; '
in Harriman I set out for )frs.JIIC'kson's. land hereabouts we, of course, sold to
... thatch the roof
on and latch farm which lie
a pn-ttynll
'I found the old farm-house them as everybody elso did, and at avery i demos That we hope the ned bodyof
the gate.7hete's. I up in the Blue Mountains in tho northeastern : At tho recent ratio primary at pleasure-seekers in the Land of Flowers
upon abroad,, Dew .8treet, its pastures! good price. Ollie's little piece lay I Orlando the -
following nominations
Fodder of this A letter were
enongh; part county, says who really deserve such good for.
and meadows rut into town lots Its! right in the middle of their town site. made For W. I Palmerclerk ,
\ And good houaen Muff from McConnellsburg, Pcnn., to tho : mayor tune fall into hand
\ ancient elbowed smart They had thing all around it and may the of Mr.Hawkins. .
dignity pertly by ,, every
K Puke
And furl both dry and sound. and the Xcw York Sun, will lice a sight the ; assessor, p. Be wan; Bo it further
wanted it. We wrote to her they"irote
treasurer W. F. Barnes
like of marshal and
which was probably never p'nin ; Resolved That acknowledge
Jly old wifn and I, w.. arc not to be trick.1. Mrs. Jackson was quite unchanged,, but we never got any answer. this country before. It is an immense collector, ,T. W. Preston; aldermen, S. S. the cojrteiics, we extended gratefully daring
Or flustered or hurried, when Winter ar natural, motherly self among her metamorphosed Finally the company sent a man up there black wolf-one of tho last: of its race in Puckctt, K. J. Bell, W. 8. Ponder. our in Florida by Messrs.to us J. J.
surroundings. As soon as and sho camo home with him. stay .
rhea: I' our first greetings were over I asked for "You never saw a girl aoimproved. A this State-with eyes that glare fiercelyat The phosphate boom has broken out Gifford and Perry Holland of the J. Tw y1
"l'berl'tpIO art all store! and the frnit Is all Ollie. whole year free from nagging and worry, all who come near him, with the exception afresh on Ichetucknco river near Fort A K.: W. system, by :Mr. R. T. Fatten oeHrtvrn i 1

picked.And J'OIHe? I do wish you'd been here last passed amid refined and pleasant influences of Farmer Cunningham himself, White. One party has refused nn offer or( Thank
lincon IK smoking; Monday said she. almost as the daughter of the and accompanying: his glare with savage $3,000 for phosphate lands. It is thoughtthat While on the steamer doing the Indian

,And alto would be croak in :"Why, what happened )Monday I in house-for anyone must love Ollio that growls, and yet meekly treading the monotonous there are immense deposit of phosphate river trip last Friday the following resolutions '
,With honey (In all the liivon! ql1l red. has her about-had perfectly transformed round of a churning machine, on Icltetucknce river, and big developments were adopted by newspaper representatives '
I II like some household dog or old ewe .
are expected in the near
I "Well I won't tell know that her. present
you ,
Then let It.bf early or let It bo late, I would be beginning at the wrond end. 'Why didn't you answer my letters sheep. This performance of ft mental future. Whereas, During the recent tour of '
We can give him a welcome whenever hi "You remember what a time the child I asked. service by tho wolf, singular as it il. is I If there is one thing more than another the State ofFlorida by the delegates to

cornea; had with that shiftless family of hers; 'Why, dear me, I never got any,' by him.no Ho means has the strangest thing about i in which DeLand townspeople take prido the annual convention' of the National

And should he deride until summer to wait, well shortly after you were hero before,, Mid she; then, looking a little sheepish Last a history. it is in the Stetson university at that Farmers' Alliance and Industrial union, '
Like our dear city cousins she saved enough outside of their conslant 'I never went to the postoffico at all. I spring, a year ago, Farmer Cunningham place. It is felt by all that its prosperity the visiting newspaper men accompanying :

Who come here by dotens demands to buy two young cows! was afraid paw, or some of them, wouldbe off discovered his lambs that almost something fast> wascarrying is identical with that of the town. The the tourists have been the
a* is
To sample our peaches and plums,- for them. Sho was greatly delightedthat getting somebody to write me a lot of they were born in his flock lie lavish sums of money spent !1'1 Mr. Stet recipients of many kindnesses 1
now they could have butter and letters to come home, and'twould make that son in enlarging tho fine buildings has and attentions at the hand ot
Why then I suppose we should Rive him a milk for the little ones. But a week or mo so miserable, I just had Mr. James wildcat and: this he was being done by("ho a placed this institution at the head of Mr. Walter Hawkins, agent of the

,grip, so after, she came back from visit home send them some money every month, and could not, set the a animal.trap to Whan see he learning iu the state. Jacksonville, Tampa and Key: West rail- b

And a jolty round welcome, since that Is crying bitterly; and, when I questioned never went to the postoffiec at all went to his capture trap next morning ho was Reports 'from Marianna say : Not unlike road, in charge of the party; thereforebelt a ;

our way; her, she told me with many lemcnta- "Well, she got a big price for her six amazed to find that, instead of a wildCat other sections of the cotton belt, h
And,'spite of his frost with its troubtesorai tions, how tho old man had traded oft! acres of town lots-a littlo fortune It was he had captured wolf. It had been this is meeting with the some dull times Uesolvcd, That we. the newspaper moa
for blind Texas and the her whoso names aro hereto appended, extend :.
"nip," Daisy a pony, to since one had tern or heard of and stringency in money matters. The
I should show him at leisure very next day tho owner of tho horse, "Now, when she got all this money years wolves in any that region although they down waul tendency of cotton- the to Mr. Hawkins our hearty thanks
from whom it had been stolen, appearedand tho family would havo made haste to has for the uniform attention that he) has ao-
Our for ) the not only caused
crops his pleasure, were at one time numerous in Blue money crop depression
took it. assert their c1limlllLnd get hold of it. the South Florida railroad and last but ;
and blues the tradesmen but
And mother would urge! him to IIta1.Ida Mountains. It was evident to Cunning\ among ,
.An' who he's goin' to beef But instead of Ollie, they had a very not least by the Irrepressible hustler
says tho planter" is with his
-{ W. Denham, in Youth's Companion ham, however that if tho wolf he had average caught
Rosy,' she said with another burst ol manly and forcible young man to deal caught in the trap belonged in that profits from the >.onl"8' operation, unsold, Mr. Charles Davies, of the Orange! Belt

tears. 'Ho says ho guesses they'll have with. He was interested not so muchin neighborhood it had not romped: tho and he, too, is dejected and wanting in railway, who did most royally entertainnot
one good bait of fresh meat, anyhow I the property as in Ollie, and he saw woods a solitary representative of its that glowing spirit and buoyancy which only us but the entire party Along ni* t
OLLIE REDDER Sho ain't givin' much; they don't feed to it very effectually that she was! not lino of road p}
was his countenance month
race. It was a she wolf, and, although, upon joyful a <
her none, an' they only hunt her up an''' robbed or molested, animal or six weeks Bignell-W.. F, Price, New York ,
tho was held fast by )both forefeet ngo. i f
milk her when they want somo milk.'' "I always had hoped tho child might I Ilrrold; II R. Chamberlain, New Yor k
in tho Iran, she was lying : There !is increase in
to* ALICE M'OOWAX. Well, it was one thing or another till 1 I marry well, but I could never have ex patientlyon an demand for I Sun\; Geo. N McCain, Philadelphia '1
tho and stickle ,
ground giving to a land
think the child would so good as she has dono. phosphate in-Citrus county Messrs and '
began to poor anything wolf when PrtM'; W. L. Platt, New York Nail
havo to go away, when they suddenly While I don't think him Iwyond what baby CunninghAm appeared] Priest Sanderson are negotiatingwith j&prvij; W. G. Cooper' Atlanta Conltitution' -
When I rode onto Emory Heights on the scene. When the wolf saw him fair prospects of BUCCCJS, a deal for the
up moderated their requisition to such an Ollio deserves, I was really surprised ( : C. N. Bennett, Atlanta Journal
overlooking Karri man, Tcnn., the extent that in seven months she had in when I saw him. Though from her own she sprang to her feet and savagely confronted sale of a few hundred nrres,which is said L, J. Brumby, Ocala frftVi,; 0. J. ;

early twilight was almost upon me, but :I her hands upward of $50.;; I wondered class, ho hw acquired a good education, him. lie shot her through tho by those! who have visited their pits, to Smith, Cincinnati Enquirer; Carl Money,

could see, in softened outline, the at this, but soon came upon the explan is in a responsible position and has a head and captured the whelp alive. It bo the finest in tho country Tho Globe Chicago biter-Orran; P. W,. Hawthorne,
more than three old.
not weeks
curves: of tho beautiful mory winding below ation. manner and bearing that would com was Phosphate company hits acquired ten or Jacksonville Tj/JI' -Union, and I.. R.
me the rolling hills beyond and the his Cunningham took it home with the carcass twelve thousand acres of !land and Is now I ,
"Huldy, our washwoman, you know, mand your instant respect. I think F.tchcnlaiih: OruU XtiaWILLTHEYMEETI Capibh
of tho old 1 Tho wolf
mountains silent watchful and slum one. young ready to issue stock. Those interested ,
is a thrifty soul, and she has! been for and Oilio's courtship was mostly carried
berous purple ranged around, while in years saving money to buy a bit of land. on over text books, mid that muchof moaned proposed) for its mother, ollli the in it have grtnt confidence iu the enter- ;

the middle ground peeped out tho roofs Sho makes herself trifle unpopular I their improvement was duo to this farmer killing it. His wife prl o. Thins| company, as well as the .
of Harriman Itself the neighbors by of thisa influence aud help. would not hear of tho killing of the Hard:! hock, is expected to mine its land. --
among bragging
cub and took of it her
'Vheu'IwasthcrelIOlI\c two years ago, little, and posing as n capitalist! ; and "They were married Wednesday whining charge Place important appointments havo THE I.KADKRR' : OP TII1C: TmnDrAI1TT MOVB-
self. Sho could 1 not Induco it to take
the only beacon that lit mo to the valleywas she told mo one morning, with nn incredulous hero in tho parlor. I'm sure thou never been announced by Dircctor-Ueneral D.ivis etnNT.AY Tan CONVENTION; IS OW::".
the cheerful beam from a single the creature than Ollio when sustenance, and it was in a good way tho if -
snort, that Heddcrs had was a happier nt u meeting of directors ( tho
farmhouse tho JAckson homestead, said to her as sho came by that they were sho left llarriman, with tho old folks to starve to loath, when Mrs Cunningham Worl 'a fair, Chicago, several days The third party movement Is just now
whichwaa had< a bright idea Tho night before -
S afterward my stopping pluco. going to buy land, too; they were saving peacefully located on a littlo foam and husband the ago, us follows Moses 1'. Handy, chief attracting considerable Attention, but k
Now, as tho dusk deepened, tho all of Ollie's money to buy with. Joo beside her to hew out her future her set trap one ot the department) of publicity and pro. there seem to bo a state of cOlttfttlletlon: : ,
sevcn-months-old city began to wink "I mid nothing of this to Ollie, but pathwl\Y in lifo. I looked at them, ho of their ones was robbed of her lamb motion ; W. .T. Burtmimu, of Iowa, us regarding: tho call for a convention in d''
with electric lights. explained to her what would bo the necessary big fino looking, full of force, energy Tho wolf undoubtedly stole it. Failing chief of the department of'agriculture Cincinnati. A call has been lent out
in all her efforts introduce food into
Phebo was "born and raised" far up arrangements! in Such n case, had and ambition, endowed and already well<< to Joseph Herat, of Florida, for secretary ofinsinuation. 11'0111lnsR! City, but tho following doliboratlons -
the mountains, and is hopelessly rustic Mr.\ Jackson to get himself appointedher equipped; alto good, sweet, bright, with the stomach carried of tho baby the wolf bereaved, Mrs. Cunningham All three nominations were of some of tho most prominent

and country bred, never having seen guardian, and buy tho laud-a nice her sharo of brains, too; quick, intuitive it to ewewhich amthold concurred in by the board of directors, leaders In tho movement leaves soma l+ e t
still her
more than a dozen houses together in the unstinted sweetness and natural was lamenting loss, doubt as to its ultimate outcome:
little piece of six acres down here on and the latter body will pay tho salaiies lit
.her life, and regarding! group of ten Emory-for her, from Mr. James.( It I charm; and I thought they were tho tho tho cub wolf to) the sheep') suckle udder. Instantly of tho tin co appointees, amounting, it is The conservative who believed that

people 0$no less than a riot. Sho looked was for the family; they were to'live on very typical couple that, hero in America, and the kind hearted brgnii to hid eagerly tho, understood, to 1(3,000 ouch tho time has not yet como to formally! inaugurate

with pathetic dismay at this appalling it, but sho wanted it so the old man I might well reach any station,"-[Norfolk satisfaction of woman tho Tho railroad commission has forwarded : a third party movement, met t
seeing orphan wolf
and unnatural illumination. If the couldn't trade it away or be cheated out Virginian to tho Interstate commission with tho pro third party men at Jacksonville l
take a hearty meal. The ewe was at a complaint
skies had not fallen, plainly tho moon of it, and I was determined sho should ----.-- that tho Fla., Monday night, and wrestled
----- -- first greatly averse to this operation, but alleging Clyde, Mallory,
and a large number of the stars had; and have it so. with them. General Muster Workman
the latter objected strenuously to going when heard of it finally submitted graciously, and seemed Savannah Railway and : Powdcrly Congressman-Elect John Davis,
)tut they they( were Parsimonious Princes. satiMlcd to let it proceed. Tho success of lantic Const and Atlantic Coast DIeuatch ,
down among the planets.I furious. raving and and Perry Simmon, national lecturer;
They came over
feed tho lines have been since the of
Mrs. Ctmuinghaui'n plan: to beginning
went to a real, sure-enough hotel, ordered Ohio homo. told her sho need Willctts, of Kansas; Captain C. A.
where I felt very wayworn and dilapi not go unless she wished; but she is a The Prince do Joiuville i is sail to bo young wolf being assured, the cwo was the proHcnt' season demanding and col. Power, of Indiana; President Polk, and .
dated, and I put Phebo in a genuine gentle creature you know and she went. tho most parsimonious man in l ul'ol'e.' brought from the pasture to tho farm lasting unjust and unreasonable rates on a number of other prominent alliance
livery stable, where so far from sharing They curried on shamefully; the old tats He is enormously rich and is quite ai yard, and for weeks visitors to flio farm oranges and leuipns from Florida basing and third party man were present. After
diffidence she her oats and took ho I is rich. Ho has saw tho strange spectacle of a sheep points* to Now York, Philadelphia and decided
my ate swearing and threatening and Mrs lieddcr I mean as a splcudidmansion a long tlebato it was to gin up
indifferent Paris and ho suckling) a wolf, the wolf: beyond all Baltimore, and asking that they bo com
her rubbing with a contemptuously berating and abusing. They would i In occasionally tho Cincinnati meeting, and inits place
air, which a straggling parvc- I sue Mr. James, they said, for dealing runs into town to give his i personal attcntioa doubt, \ticingitho offspring of tho one manded to de.lsti; also asking.that they hold a conference of dye member: fro fl

nue would have envied, and was saucy 1 with n minor, and they mado tho child I to business matters;nt such times that robbed the sheep other own young. bo required to trans port and lemons each organization at Washington at tome {
and arrogant as possible with the sleek so miserable she finally and : he will not have the fires in tho kitchen Tho wolf throve amazingly on sheep'smilk to the aforesaid points oranges at 85 cents date to bo decided, which 'wilt[ go over
and the foster anti per
city-bredhorsea among whom she found agreed to do anything they wanted SJie lighted, because that would involve too child, formed the strange kind parent of an standard box. the third party question in all Its phase!
herself. met Mr. Jackson over at Squire' Bun.combe'a I much expense; whenever he gets hungry strongest The plan is to hold 10q10 tlnfljn the fall!a
attachment toeueh other which remained At recent of tho board of di-
One member of the Jackson house office and they fixed up a new I ho sends his servant round'the corner for meeting general convention formulate .aplso of
hold in whom I had como to feel u deed in Mr. Heddor'i name, but Mrs. I a bowl of soup, a bit of meat and u crust unbroken! until the death of the sheep a lectors of the Bub-Tropical exposition action, which will be submitted to,the national ;
almost tender interest of bread. His parsimony is proverbial few weeks ago. Was held at tho room of the boardof
warm, my Jackson insisted on having some restrictions ; meeting* of the various organisations
visit Oliuadclla Ollio for the chaff the old 1 about At the wolf grew the unsociability If trade iu Jacksonville nearly tho entire
previous was on the selling of it included in the even gamins man who will probably call a uomlna-
short-a girl of about fifteen, a pleasant, t paper I it as bo totters alon;? the streets. This not the entire suvagencss of its kind board ere present and It was decidedto ting convention in 1802. i
round-faced little thing, with big blue I Ollio took it home, pitiful and discouraged I curious old miser has a nephew who I is manifested itself, and ho was kept securely open the exposition January 15. A "

'eye and a sort of confiding, boyish, but thinking now there wouldat I almost as pcrnurious as he; this is the chained. Although it was Mrs. resolution was adopted giving the colored -
manner, entirely different from tho least be peace Comte do furls, the gentleman who i II Cunningham who saved his life, the j people tho use of tho) entire upstairsof CONDITION OF TRADE
stolid lumpishness or untamable shynessof "The next: day she came hero about I now being feted in tho United Statel.I wolf did not liko her to coma near him, the annex building in which to makean -.
the ordinary Tennessee cracker. Sho noon the most miserable-looking creature I The Combo do Paris is enormously rich but ho early showed tho greatest friendship exhibit, and it I II honed they will DCX co'i nzronT FOR TIM tAT

was the little maid of all work, the only"help" you ever saw. She:; had taste nothing and so is his wife; they have always hada to Farmer Cunningham, who handled tako advantage of the grand opportunityoffered WKXX.R. .
in the house, very faithful and since the day before, and had cried lot of money, vet they can make him as easily as ho would a house to the fullest extent. The secretory -

efficient help too, and, withal, tho jolliest mjch all the time, till her round penny go further than the most prudent dog. Tho old ewe sheep was tho Churn reported continued applications G. Dunk Co.' weekly review sayir ;
little soul in the world ; which fact, pink fare was haggard and white, and housewife. The talk now is that the sheep of the farm, and it was no uncommon for space and privileges. President The business outlook 1* ,more hopefuL ;

in the face of her story as told by Mrs. ,I: her big blue eyes wero red and swollen. Comte and his wife are not going to let sight to see her and the wolf asleep Dillon and Chairman Tallalfcrro, of the But the pact disturbance and continuing:

Jackson, was to mo particularly touch- I made her a cup of coffee and got her their son, tho Due d'Orlcans, marry his side by tide, but there was good reason executive committee, will fix prices and uncertainty... felt in the reduced To .

ig. I fixed up a little, and she told me how cousin, tho daughter of tho Duchess do to believe that no approached on the privileges on space, and arrange other ume of business throughout the country, ,
Her parents were poor country peo things were. Chartrel,becl1nse lorsooth,thc girl has no farm could have within matters of Importance. which, though slightly larger than a :year
ple. There was, of course, a big family, "When she took the deed home her money to speak of. The young people reach of him with sirfety. About a Hllll t'Bcrlllcd. ago, no longer shows material Increase
one girl older than Ollie, and younger mother met her and demanded to know are very much attached to one another, month ago a barn door fell on the ewe Last Saturday Citrus county held Its until recently maintained. The south

children ad libitum, tho house never being what she had viol:. I and the girl is really a pretty, bright and and killed her. It was churning day, filth election on tho removal, or permanent report a fair business In splU of tho

without a poor, little, dirty baby, 'I've had tho deed made out to you,' admirable creatuio. As for the Duo and Cunningham was at.a loss to know. location of tho county site, and, as continuing decline in cotton. 6plrlt
that had to be carried by its mother out said Ollie; 'her' it is.' cl'Orlains, he is not acccur.teJ much by what to do for )power to run the treadmill at all previous elections, no selection was move freely at Savannah, orange at

into ,the field, and laid under a tree or 'What docs Ii say, then; read it,' I those who know hi in. lie Ii called "the that operated hU churns. Finally made; no place receiving a majority Jacksonville, and sugar, molasses and ,
hedge, while she hoed or dug potatoes, said the woman. Ollio read it, and tho I fat boy," aud he appears tu bo lazy, sensuous he thought of the wolf, which Is an unusually of the votes cast, a* in required by law rice at New Orleans, all at good prices. {?
or tended corn, for this was the only moment the mother caught the first hint I and heavy, with u certain distinct largo and powerful one. Ho LcCantoand Manafleld were the only 1 ho tupply of money i* ample for necea- <
kind of work in which Mrs. Hedder was of a restriction sho snatched it from her 1 craving of notoriety tint docs not involve resolved to try the animal an churner, candidates in this race. About .itluat New Orle'lLIl but at other places

skilled. The old man was trifling and hand and screamed, 'That's: the kin' o' I personal danger. It is likely that and put him on the mill. The wolf ob three hundred vote were polled. Ltt'onto money I II light. At the west, colder

worthless beyond expression; he occasionally i paper ye got me, is ill Well, do you I no difficulty will be had in dissuading jested strongly at first, but when the receiving nbout one hundred and teu. weather baa helped trade. Iron production
did a little tinkering work,.or t know what I do with such a paper? I'll him from marrying: his pretty, but poor machine started he submitted, and ran }[ann eld about one hundred. Fort Increased in November, reaching
a little peddling of chickens and what will lo'! and cousin and in him to take off the churning in excellent style. school between of {
eggs I show ye! That's I ; Inducing up. Cooper, neighborhood 183,140! tons on : a grain
butter for some farmer. The oldest girl, the dabbed it in the lire with the daughter of tho Archduke Since then !lie hm' been regularly engaged Inverness and Floral (City received about over. 11,000 ton with loaf

Lometa, familiarly Lorny, was a nuc- "They had scolded, abused and Joseph Austria, the Archduchess ;Mario in running the machine, and he seventyQrovoteea, Olio 1laccl1ecelvt year Cotton manufacture i* lea satisfactory 1. '
looking, good-natured creature, in appearance ,I, threatened her all the rest of the day, Amelia, who will bring an Irumsnsodowry. goes<< to hu work us cheerfully! an animal a fear scattciIng votes. The county leer and some work are suspending

and disposition much like her and she was now come, as they had or. .-[Chicago News. of lib kind.could be expected to. idently not really to settle the! question> : I production. Failure for the week NOn
lather She usually did such poor cooking dered her to do, to havo Mr. Jackson go i as a hrgo I number of rotes were cist sgoinit 200 for the correspondingweek
:as was done, and worked beside her and have the deed made to her mother, Von Moltke's Simplicity. let t every election, not to elect, but to defeat : last year, tJacob' .

mother in the field when they could get. without any restriction, or better to Living Without Sleep. Many of the substantial citizens:

day's work to do. bring the $50 payment back if Mr. "You are very much mistaken," mid are disgusted; with the election farces, i" I
Her people were not, I suppose, abso- James was willing.: She was to fetch Boucicault, late playwright was Moltke once !late in his career, "in coin- and are opposed to petitioning for other Well and the plot of grountfAJrronDclJnll

lutely cruel or unkind to Ollie, as they her clothes and belongings too, and Mru.Hedder anxious to get as rt uch out of life as log to mi-, if you think: ay life will fur. elections for the pi event, while many are it have been sold by the
l 1110
regarded: it; but like nearly all their sort, had s.:.'d she'd have no such ,' possible that during) the last four or five tai.h any of those brilliant descriptions clamoring for a continuation of election Turkish Government the Greek '
when they found that the was smart and i doings; Ollie should be hired out with of bU career ho denied himself' dear to poets and too general public. until choice I III rt-B<,hxl. CHurch for 820.000.

capable and could earn good wages, they : the understanding that her wages wero r years sleep, going to led at two and My life u w poor in episodes that it x "
I i proper
regarded her as a valuable work animal, to be paid directly to her mother. rising at six. The time passed in slumber would be considered quite tedious, and I ;" ]G
and her earnings at their rightful due. 1 1! 'They said it was a scandal and a I he considered wa ted. More rest do not see how my biography lhoul.lcontrln 1N ON E MAII O AOS

When she had been with Mrs. Jackson i I, shame," said Ollie, 'for a child to ba i I! than this he did not lo6f\I: to require. anything but dates." And this E ..,
two or three month, they haviog received land an' asking their parents to wawsaid tool Vet T .4
owning : ) I r Thu other day I read of u man in Lon la earnest, Koenig. t
small sums along as their needs ': live on it. They say I can have the. don who never sleeps, a* wu understand graetz and Sedan are among the "epi 'J}''
demanded, they came and applied for, same sheer as any of the rest when they're the word. lie L* the janitor of a LArge sode*" of his "poor life." fil'
every cent due her up to date, dud aa gone-the same sheer as Lomy' man building to which people resort at all After the AiutrLin campaign of 1800
much more as her employer Wall willing i i i that beats her and don't live with her i,i hour of the twenty-four. ':his ceberus he said; "How beautiful I it i i. that God i

to advance. They were in high feather. ., half the time and never ha earned a volunteered for a double salary to do the should have lit up the evening of a inane' HACIHE.WIS.

Lomy was going to be married to an'': mouthful her. watching day and night, and so he does, life u be has done that of our sovereignand r.

idle, worthless fellow. Ollie knew whata I I 'It'llall be eat up and wasted. I can't lilting in a chair and opening a gate every many of his general!11, too, am now ... -.
scoundrel the fellow was, and that help them any an' 1 can't help myself; time tho bell rings. There L. never a sixty-six years old... and for my duties in "t;:'
nothing* but misery for all concerned there ain't any hope at all. I can see.' I j I longer interval than fifteen minutes, and my estate of life 1 nave had such splendid !' .r,

could result from such a marriage, but : She: turned her despairing! childish face ,: yet he contrives to match sufficient sleep reward as can fall to the lot of few. : :,
she could do nothing in the matter and :I up to me. 'I really wish I was dead,' to serve hint HU health ii good and We have conducted a war of immeamra- t.

dutifully handed out the money. Tawdry laid she, 'there ain't no chance at alL his happiness apparently complete. lie hue importance[ to Prussia, to Germany, ..t,.I
finery was bought, and eggs, butter ,, I was too exasperated; it was time something looks upon liim-ielf as fortunate in having to the world. Ood's merry has rrowned Y f
and sugar procured, from which the ex I I was done. I went and packed up this exacting place, which moat other our honest endeavor with the glories of

went bride constructed cakes. fond :''her things: tidied her up and kent her men would not accept at any price. The victory; and we ciders la the campaign,
into the oven freighted with I,! with Mr. Jackson. across the railroad in amount of sleep is to a considerable degree in spite of the rough battles of our earlier

hopes and deadly possibilities, raised the wagon. I gave her tome money anda I a matter of temperament.-(Baltimore year, may yet toast ourselves to be LOGLUMBERYARD E
like a presidential boom, but collapsed,: letter to a friend of mine in Kentucky: I, \ewi.I seemingly still the. darling of fortune." frGiTVTRUCKS ** ;

as entirely aa the same in an o3 year, asking her to get Ollie a good place in I Chicago{ Post SPRING WAOOt4S.AILSTYI.ES,

and came out a sallow, sad, gluey, sub that btate. The Best Food for a Doj?. ------

stance that to any civilized anatomy "I heard only once from my friend, say- Oyster u Money.In yLNtHyaane
would have only been leu deadly I than In'" Ollie hail a nice place with aa invalid CISAt L. a d
well directed bullets. l.1Jy at some little resort. 31 r. James Too much meat produce disease of "'Chi.holm's Hand Beck: of Commercial / *

They had their wedding, they gorged received the ren the bone in a dog. A* a regular food, Geography( It a statement of
themselves on these and simil.Ties meat on her piece of land-evidently corn meal, boiled into thick mush with the various article. wed as money, and raT.Mt LMAt :bMKC E

and lived, because they were poor and I forwarded by ber employer. broth made of met scraps with small the author says that "in a certain district .
wretched and had nothing to for "The Hedder completely cowed. bones, and then cooled into a nearly .l
nope i were oa Chesapeake Bay oysters are
sad the world did not need them. I 'They never said a word or mad a sign solid mass, seasoned with salt moderately stated to be used as money, aa oyster FISH BR9S WAGN G '

When the last baby was born t her sent aad were very glad toga and live on theland aad pure water for drink, will be Forming the regular subscription for a .
*Sin tot all of Ollie's money with which i which was again Ollie', the old found the moat conducive to health daily newspaper." This statement is RACIN WIS. .

tr'' buy food, eteihing and pro.uioos. and deed standing since Mr. Hedder bad Thi is about the composition of dog mllOrt.llt: if true." American Grocer.
OU.e gate aU willingly ; her kiwi, little destroyed the second one. blllC'Ultl.-lXew[ York Time.

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U THE FAST COAST ADVOCATE. 4ji whole county and State May Co. While their work Is by no breaking out of the civil war it was decided -

those whom fortune has placed ina means complete, and may not be to establish a coaling station there, THE WILKINSON TTAGE S

[ wiiKtr JOURNAL DBVOTKD TU TUB DUIIL-: position to be able to bestow proceeding with the push that and It is a well known fact, that when .

orates Of TUB: IXDIAft MVCB: AIm gifts upon their less fortunate might be wished, yet they have the lighthouse was building, a few years ,

IAX WOBTH- SECTIOKS.Office brother, be moved to exercise the done a vast amount of effective I ago, a government vessel rode safely In ROCK LEDGE INDIAN RIVER FLA.

-- power of conferring happiness upon work since the last legislature got the present.anchorage for over a year. ,

: Washington Avenue, Tltusville, others, and in return may they after them, and the people of Indian These facts go to show that somethingof

Indian River, Florida. fully realize the scriptural truth, River have much cause to be a harbor already exists at Cape Canaveral These Cottages are Newly Built, Nicely Furnished and within ten minutes' walk

that "It is more blessed to -give thankful for the work already done. and with a foundation to begin
than of Telegraph and Postoffice and hotels.
to leading
Without the Hanlover canal open, with, man can perfect and complete the

rtJBUSHED EVERY FRIDAY. In addition to the regular tree and the way to New Smyrna clear, work.

for the Sunday school scholars, in competition would be an impossi The question then arises: Would i It Have the steamer land you at Olngras wharf-only three minutes' walk from the

the several churches, there will be"community" billty. With the injunction now pay? Is there commerce, sufficient to
Entered the TltDR"l1Ie Pontofflcs Cottages.
: trees. Upon these, in force, restraining the "Sweeney" warrant the expenditure of a large sum

TERMS. gift anyone without who may wish to confer a from approaching the only railway of money? Is the neighborhood a populous Rates : Per Day, $2,50 ; per Week, $12.50 ; per Month, $45.
letting their left hand that
taps our river, she would be one, or the country. which would

.know what. their right- -hand, is doing most effectively hntttprl nn. and the naturally be tributary to such an outlet,

B' Check Postal Order, or One and Two Cent can ao so. in tnis way me Indian:Rlver Steamboat Co.: would sufficiently developed to make the utilityof 5dcc-3mo H. H. WILKINSON. Prop

Postage tltamt>l. widow the orphan, and the afflicted follow the example of the trunk the harbor of any considerable im

One Tear......................1.110 can be remembered in a modest lines and put their rates portance? Let look Into the -
high matter.
up us
Ilex Months..................!.OO and take word as 4 JAMES PBITCHABD, President; W. B. BARNETT, Vice-President
way, our for it
a as they please. The work done by All the arguments heretofore in favorof
Three )Months... .*> few dollars W. M. BROWN, Cashier.
Single ................. So worthily bestowed, will the Canal company was a godsend Canaveral, as we have heard them,
gent' to any Address U. 8.or Canada, Prepaid yield the giver more true pleasureand to the E. C. T, Co., and' to every have been of a local character. It has INDIAN

happiness than could possibly citizen of the river who objects to been pointed out that the crops of the RIVER STATE BAM

Editor. TV tTER 8. ORAHAMAssociateEditor be realized in any other way. To monopoly rule. Indian River and South Florida could be )

& Manager.C. If WALTOJT know that you have surprised some moved cheaper and faster via Clnaveralthan (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)
poor unfortunate and caused THE RAILROAD
COMMISSION the routes used at present. It ha Authorized
tears of Joy to start at the realization POWERLESS. been Raid that the hundreds of thousands capital $100,000

We do not hold ourselves refiponnlWe for the that some one has thought oj of tons of phosphate that will be mined ---1- (\ Paid up capital, $25,000
opinions of our correspondents, but we claim .
die right to reject any communication. even them, or to see the face of a i The people delegated to the legis- every year in future, could be shipped i Average deposits $100,000

'ommunlcatlonl for publication mUlt be written child of poverty, whom Santa Claus lature the powers to make laws. via Canaveral, which Is from one to two .
plainly on one Iitle at the palM'r only and usually neglects become rapturous, That the hundred'miles the mines than -r- ;-: -," Transacts
body delegates of nearer General
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.houM, In every cable, be accompanied by the will kindle of in power Banking g
a feeling the
writer name ana address, not nerelRarlly for joy making laws relating to railroadsto Fcrnandina, Jacksonville or Savannah,
but an a guarantee of good filth breast of the coldest
publication man or womanof
the that Business
Railroad Commission That and it would even be cheaper to

the world, and a happiness will body makes a law ; a corporationcomes I ship from points near the Gulf coast, byway ; :.7 fs

ADVERTISING! RATERS{ prevade your mind which only the along and gets an injunction of Canaveral, than to trust to the F x. Largest and Oldest Bank on the River
sense having performed a good restraining the more dangerous
Pita TEAR. deed enforcement of the passage through the '-
can produce. Aside from the law so made if the is Straits of Florida and around the reefs. = i .fit DIRECTORS!
One Inch,.......(...............10.00 pleasure of making others happy- ; injunction t JAs.PRrrrotlnnW.n.nARxKTTpresident
.Two Inch........................ 1S.OO if some of our readers have afterwards dissolved, when'the true It has 'also been pointed out that It ..IlL of the National l Hank of Jacksonville( )), J.R.
Three Inch,...................... 20.00 no confidence facts appear, then the corporation would not be necessary to organize a ? t t. DURKF.K (Vlce-I'reI Four Inch,....................... 28-00 in the existence of such a lifts the matter into the Supreme line of steamers, but that the Mallory's, Jacksonville DROWN. ), W. 8. GBAHAM and W. M.

Five Inch or Quarter Col.,...... 30.00 sentiment-we believe the bestowalof court, where it is pigeon-holed for Clyde's, Morgan's, Ward's and Crom.well's CORUERPONDECrR.r .
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... ........ .... -. ,., aboard 1
Half Column, r. KM gifts upon the poor is a sort of h A ,w < National llnnk of New York and
Whole Column,.................100.00 "casting bread the three years. Thus the will of the ships, which pass in sight of the National flank of Jacksonville. JO
upon waters"Who people, expressed_ through the legis- Cane, could call in for our freight and .rITUSVILL I LA..
For Six Month, divide the yearly rate Dy two knows but yoU yourself or ,
and add 10 I'er cent.. lature and through the Railroad passengers without more than two hours
those you love better than yourself, Commission, is set at naught. This delay. These facts have already been

four For, and Throe add 1\onthl.20 per cent.divide the yearly rate by may not some day be pinched by Is the Titusville dock question in a presented but will bear repetition. A THE TROPICAL
poverty-po and wrett'hed-nnd TRUNK LINE.
Local Advertisements, Ten Cent Per Line nutshell. The legislature, if it fact of national importance, however,
even hungry and that God in his
Each In ertlon. ,
wishes can amend the Railroad that has never been alluded to, is the

Paid Reading Matter not In "Local Newe"columns inscrutable design, may not cause Commission act so as to hedge the geojp'aphleaI8ltuatlon of Cape Canaveral

Five Cent rer Line Each Insertion. your gift to come back to you muchas I rulings of that body against interference in regard to the great marts of the East THE JACKSONVILLE TAMPA AND KEY WEST SYSTEM

you gave it. We may be par and West and ,
Legal Advertisements at Legal Rates. by injunction. We submit to South AmerIca. BUlne

All the above rates are for one edition per doned thought for on interpolating this such a the consideration of such an amendment of Maine, and his powerful following, Schedule in Effect NOVEMBER 25, 1890. Central Standard Time.
week.: Joyous to our senator and representative are riding reciprocity as a hobby. The
when we remind that the truest GOING 80CTK BEAD DOWN STATIONS.
W": Bill collected monthly. you Republican party, having gone too far GOING NORTH READ DP,
religion, and the greatest happinessof t t .
Check,etc., may be made payable to "Orabam the Christmas in its protective policy, wish to atone 300 pm J 00 pmt 8110 am LV..JACICS9NTILLE.Ar. t
&Walton.' festivities consists FLORIDA'S ENTERPRISE.An for the evils of the McKinley bill, by 11:10: 1'11I 218 pot 1020 am.Ar..St, Augustine ..Lv. 580 410 Inn,,It 110 am
in remembering the poor. "In I 400 phi 1166 p)" ......... .. ..... / 2: l'hlI10211 am
y Merchant and all other to whom we are asmuch opening up trade with our Latin American 11117 pm I .........(Irmoni..... (142 m ,
as you did it unto one of I 8211 .4...... :/ a
Indebted will oblige ul by presenting their bill these exchange talks .about Flori neighbors. The money collected I'm .II8).tona... ...." 822 ahl"e'l
least '
the lit of every month for prompt settlement. of my brethren, ye da's great enterprises While we under the provisions of the McKinley 400 I 1240
did it unto me" I'm pDt ant Lv..JACKSONVILLE.: Ar. 630 I am 720
do not wish to belittle the State in bill will be used in subsidizing lines of Sat :: 121 :: 026 :: Ar..GrCove Springs..Lv. 624 1130 pm,, 620 I'ln
Above all don't forget the children 600 200 1026 ".:.,,..I'alatka.....:::. 426 :: 10 411 a.: ::
whose great future we have un- steamers to build up reciprocal trade be- 712 314 1142 "........Kevllle........" 3011 930 Oat "
Address all communication to ; gladden their hearts and 8M 42. 101i I'm "...... IeLand..d' "
questioned 800 "
tween the
confidence as three Americas. And while 83.1 2JII
407 12M" "... .."
EAST COAST ADVOCATE, brighten their faces, for the sake 910 440 ".....OranleCltyJc... 1483'l! ::144 "
J3O" .....
Shakespeare says, we "must be Tampa, Pensacola, Mobile and New Orleans .. Sanford. .. 1111 7M 200 I
f437 ..
of him whose birth ... .
.Jontel1.rl.e.; "
Trrcsviu.1, FLORIDA. you commemorate cruel sometimes to be kind," and will all put on their most seductive t630 ""....TITU8VILJ.E...." 711:1: "0
I:O. Box,222. who said : "Of such is the 1660 .. ". ..., 11311
we feel that the word smiles to the that .. : Tavarel......." 1130 "
get big
"proposed"should plum will fall 662: 'S 24/1"
kingdom of heaven and "Orlando......." IJM 8411 1210 "
surely if _precede .the _word_ enterprises ts. the .nncf which___ _shall_m__ tua__ _ark_ _frirfiinntAas __ ______ 827 "" 32.'S "...Kishimuee....." IJIO I'm" 800 10 1120am
there is anything approaching the 810 11105 ".......Ilartow.. 800" ..
1 TT A. M.Indian it we would talk less about to become the gateway of the immense 8M 810 "........Tal11l'a......;." 7M 813 920 "

River earth unalloyed it is happiness in the of heaven face on what we are "going" to do, and amount of commerce that is sure to tlO fll411 30 am.. .".,.-.'....Fort J'nn". ......Aleade.. .11.....Uq.-.I......", ,.1436.......no.. ..".. .
Lodge, No. 00, Free and seen of a "do I I I
more, results would be far come, we are inclined to think, that t .
Accepted Masons, hold their meetings happy, innocent child on a Christmas more :217 I'm 111411 am 1.1'' ...... J'nlatka.. .... Ar 30
The modest 11I0
satisfactory. and 10
on the FRIDAY on or before Full Moon, ship canal unknown as she is to-day, 2M IJ 20 Ar.... rnterlachen..J.v I'm" am
at 730: p. m., In Masonic hail, In the Indian morning. may be constructed during the Canaveral is on the ground floor, has 3M"330 "" IJ lid I'm ".... Ilawthorne....." 3/1.1 4311/ .. 9113 918 ""
We from 12:10: ". ..
River. State Dank building, Titus- quote memory a few present ,century, and the present natural advantages not possessed by any 715 12 113 "....Gainesville.Uochelle. ....."" :330 245 "q 746 8M "u

vUle.Visiting brethren are cordially invited noble thoughts mind woven whose into verse by some generation may see the Everglades other point in the South, when she an- 11M 41111".. 2ro 102"" ""........Oranj\'el.ake..... (a.ala ............". 2411"1M" 7411""
name have .. 700
transformed into 7311 358 'I ......
to Attend. : an immense sugar nounces herself as for consideration. Leesburg......" 1200 1130 "
(forgotten, which will bear 5880 .. 11110 .....I.cmllert..n......"
readingand "
WALTER S. GRAHAM, W. M. and rice farm, but we are a little Her claims have never been urged, she '1140 82J1 'a..... JlrfMlkavllle..... 940 "
re-reading, each time the skeptical. Think of the Is unknown see ........IIIt1. .......... 10411 "
JOSEPH MENDELL, Secrety. Christmas season rolls around. numerous un-settled; a rough dia- 11211 pm ".......Tavare......." 1030 "
railways that were to tap our river mond, without merchants, or a board of Dally f

-- "Who Wbo crowns brought your you feast to this with mirth wine and and state wit? during the five years Just past. trade; or chamber of commerce to present ka at 2.20 p Dally m ,& excl'ft Sundays.Jacksonville,Sunday and only.1'ulutka.Train leaving Jacksonville 8:30 a m and r Ut-

Your betters, see, beneath you sit, Where is the Alabama, Florida & her claims or lobby in her interests. At Jacksonville with diverging lines CONNECTIUMS
Or bunker, hopeless,at your Rate. North East and West. At Orange City Junction for
Who bade the mud from Lives wheel Atlantic R'y? the road from St. But once her advantages are known- Orange Stanford City with, O.Smyrna It. Railway and Lake Helen; at Jupiter with J. & L. W. Railway for Lake Worth; it
To spurn the ram of Lazarus? Augustine? the Orlando, Oviedo and we publish them in the hope that with South Florida Railway for Winter, Tarpon Springs, Clearwater and Gulf Coast points; and
Come Park
brother In that dust Maltlaml etc.
we'lkneel., at
O Line for West ; Tampa with Plant Steamship
Key ,
Confessing heaven, that ruled it thus. & Lake Jessup, and several others they will meet the eye of capitalists who for Key West, Havana, PuntaRaHsa,and St.for James Manatee City and River Fort points; at Punta Oorda with steamers
Come wealth or want, come good or ill, that were to start from Lakeland, are looking for new worlds to conquer- Pullman without Palace Buffet sleeping Cars on through fut mail train dally between New York lad'Temla

o..Let. old- or.u.yonnic. ., ..._.accent......,.their...UI,:!, part, {nrtnw., Kissimmee. and almost sbe will lead-- --- the--- nrocAlililnn------'--_ fff- For information change.; call on.or address M. E. OcrBER,agent Titus file, Fla.

Who And misses bear it or with who an wins honest the prim heart., every point of prominence in the But you ask: "Surely you would not acksonville, fla. U. D. ACKKRLY, G. F. A.

Uo lose, or conquer, If you can; interior? It is the same way in compare Canaveral wIth New Orleans or
,, But It you fall or if you rine INDIAN
lie each pray God,a gentleman. local affairs. We hear men talk Tampa as a competitor for South Amer- RIVER STEAMBOAT COMPANY.

A gentleman, or old or about being able to make five hundred lean trade?" and we reply that we were

The(Hear sacred kindly chorus with tint my humble was sung lays dollars per acre, from their never more serious our life. AVe ask

The Upon the lint of Christmas days; land, by growing vegetables, and no annual subsidy for a line of steamersto J
shepherds beard It overhead.
The joyful anpols raised it then i yet these same individuals will go aid us. The fleets of the continentpass
Glory to God on high it aidAnd round and borrow
peace on earth to gentlemen.. money within sight of her beach daily.
and fifteen per cent, instead We ask that
Mr sonf:, tare tbl..I.little worth doing > only congress will spend a
I lay the weary |wn aside, with two acres of land what they few hundred thousand dollars to perfectour
7 Ara wish you health, and love, and
As flu the solemn Christmas-tide say they can do, and keeping out harbor; our location will do the rest.W .
As ate the holy Christina birth. of debt. One successful
He this, good friends, our carol still- enterprisein are jour hutulred miles nearer the Bra'tih
For Senator
: Be To peace on earth be peace" on earth actual operation, is more bene- and all South American ports, and all DEPARTCBE &: ARRIVAL OF STEAMERS.i .
men of will.
!ILK CALL, THE PEOPLE'S FRIEND. gentle Icial than a dozen of the grandest Went Indian Islands with the tingle exception 1,_ t_ 'a leave TITUSVJLLE dally, except Sunday. at A>IVn-., iuourue -,-.,. --0 Iln-Ivtn.. .C MO _'U.I..-
schemes that could be conceived: ac i p. m.
of the eastern
OUR local contemporary the portion of than
It: is easy to undertake but to Returning leave Melbourne at 1 p.m., arriving at Titusville
"Star, always a very creditable put Tampa or any other port In the United' about 8 p. m.
paper, has been sending out a sheet the undertaking is another in successful operation State, and we are just at Mar the great Jupiter at MKLBOUBSE 8 a. m. next Mondays morning.Wednesday and Fridays at 1 p. m., arriving at

f ferry $hristmas. (for the last few weeks which easily thing.CANAVERAL'S western and eastern mart a* Tampa. Returning leave JUPITER .
This may be a surprise but look Tuesdays, Thursdays and
on your Saturdays at 12 noon,
eclipses anything issued from its i maps and you will see it is true. Witha arriving at Melbourne at 7 a.m. next morning.

office heretofore. The last two issues ADVANTAGES. short link from Canaveral to Titusville The St. Lucie leaves Titusville about 6:30 :Monday
mornings Rock-
calling at
have been accompanied by from thence a connection can be made edge and :Melbourne on the direct run to Jupiter; on her return trip
This the large supplements containing lots We promised to speak In this Issue of which is almost an air line to Falatka; she comes right through to Titusville, arriving here about 8 a. in. Sunday
being last
from thence
opportunity Georgia Southern
of the advantages which the harbor at Can- and
interesting matter. The ADVOCATE .
that will be offered before the Florida connects with the West, and the W. B. WATSON, Supt.
greatest holiday and festival of the feels the stimulous of havinga averal possesses over all other Florida J., T. &: K. W, proceeds to Jacksonvillewhere

will be but live competitor, and will do its poInts of national Importance The publication all eastern connections are reached.

year brace it, and wish a our friends and em- lest to keep up with the procession. this week of our will paper two days In advance politician Chauncey and:M.financier Depew, the said great in a orator recent EAST COAST TRANSPORTATION COMPANY

necessarily cause us to
readers a MEHET CHRISTMAS. Thereare speech: "Go South young man." He
firesides TUB new route via New curtail our remarks, but realizing, that claimed that the rapid wealth-making
many throughout the Smyrna,
i brevity is the soul wit and JARRIVAL
of that the resources of the West have been absorbedor
county where the weekly visits of is satisfactory to the shippers, ands holiday season will afford an excellent appropriated but that the marvelous

the ADVOCATE: 'are warmly wel9omed. paying the owners of the Swee- opportunity for our readers to South still offered many a royal road, to
During the few months of ney, so that if it should be decided our wealth. The development of Canaveral's

our existence we have had evidences hat the J., T. & K. W. R'y Co.don't ropObition, we present a few facts, wealth, in the way of natural location
and our people can read between the I* one of the openings that exist. If
of kindly feeling from far and want freight, coming from
liner and think: out other advantages her future should be as bright as we
near from up and down the river any other concern than the I. R. S. which our time many will not have suggested, her progress will not

and it Is fit that when all Christendom p. .co.t. ? odr1m.be badly hurt, calling attention to this week.In permit awaken In the jealousy which is so coalman AND DEPABTrBB
FloJida. when OF THE
one Irtoalifv In. 8TEAUEB
is engaged In the bestowal of unless It snouut oe the stockholders --- --- ----.J M a GOING SWEENEY
the first place it must be establish. section exceeds another in its development SOUTU-The Sweeney leaves TiTrsviLLE about
gifts and in of a which p. m.
exchanging kindly concern professes to be ed that nature baa rendered it possible for the realization of what 1* po"- Ooixa NOBTU-Leaves Titusville about 11 a.
greetings, that editor should a common carrier, and is run in ible at Canaveral m.
your for the would be a benefit to The steamer J. W.
bight at Canaveral to be Sweeney will leave
take the opportunity to reciprocatethe the interest of one particular pat. safe used asa all of South Florida. We would be In. and Friday at 7 a. m., stop at all intermediate NEw SMVRXA every :Monday Wednesday
Unless nature has designed points and
kindly welcome his readers ron. so dependentofJacksonvilleand Savannah. at 5 p. m.Returning. at KOCKXEM
lave the contour of the coast, it wouldbe I And what, Indian Riverite would not be leave
bestowed upon his paper and Impossible delighted to see a city spring into ROCKLEDOE every Tuesday, Thursday and m.
for man to construct an ex- and arrive at New Saturday at 7 a.
upon him, by wishing them "a merry THE CANAL COMPANY'S WORK. anchorage, even the stance within the borders of old Bre- Smyrna at 5 p. m.
though national
; and Joyous Christmas." "May van! that would bid fair to become one COXXECTIOX
Happiness treasury were depleted in the effort We of the greatest in the South.In With A. A: VT, n. R. at New
and health Smyrna for all
reign may A good deal of adverse criticism cannot settle this fundamental River Line and Clydes point north via Clyde St John
"peace on earth and question our next Issue w* will show how Steamship Line.
will has
toward been
good vented 1
lately in to
regard to the The
as feasibility of Canaveral. A an appropriation can be secured from merchants and shippers of
men" prevail, and way "sweet the methods of the Florida CoastLine survey by the Government, and the government to construct a harbor of will pleatMTadvitM their consignor Indian to mark River their*ho wi.h to patronize this line

eharity" and "kindly greeting" be Canal A Transportation Co., the same, will be conclusive.reportof Our refuge, and pier at Canaveral with very A. 4: W. Hy. and E. C. T. Co. or Via Clyde Line care goods of E. C.Via T.Cljde Co. Blue Line, care oC
universal among the people of our more familiarly known as the Canal old citizens tell us, that just before the our little citizens.effort and expense on the part of R. P. PADDISMNn Gt r PADDISOX,

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'he F1. T. BUDGE TUtifcJville '
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R. BASSO*, Manager. pd declst :

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Weather-Forecasts. [Special Fort. to the Pierce.Advocate.] to by restrain his absurd the "Sweeney"injunction. from It seems using PAXTON, MATTOX <& CO Professional Card I XTauman'sNewspaper .;J1

rather that he himself
JcriTKR; December 24, 1800. WKDXKXUAT, DE('. 24. strange T\ L. GAULDEX, ,
Mr. Darling is ill at his home. be charged with being a trespasser, "'
At the request of Lieut. Swift, the very CLINCH HAVEN GA.
Mrs. Paine when only1 a few weeks ago he claimedto ATTO UN E -A LAW i ix
chief signal officer will !send the daily was a guest of Mrs Carl- ,
forecasts of the weather for ton, Tuesday have exclusive control over the same TITt"S\'IU.R. FI.J ..\,
These Florida. Mr. Middlebrooks has had quite a serious property. When the true facts are sifted We hate arranged with the INDIAN I Subscription Agency. ITHK '
will be
telegraphed at illness but is slowly recovering. out by the slow process of the law, it RIVER LUMBER CO., of Titunvillo, AS. T. SANDERS,
" once, to all stations between Fin., to h.indlo our Lumber
Titnsville '
Work commenced the '
on new church, will be found, that his company have no ): riONKKR: : AGENCY
and Jupiter; from the signal office here, Monday. We are wailing. anxiously for more right to the exclusive control 011 We have Two Million Foot of Seasoned I ATTORN EY-AT-LAW, ,
, and thence circulated as widely as posBlble Its completion. Lumber in stock, and cut H ilf Million Will prnrtlifi In Hit the Courtu of the Seventh -
J I for the benefit of the Mr. Lagow, former owner of the Edgar the Titusville dock than It has at Melbourne a month. Juhl'llIl (Ircult of f lurlila.r. For terms and sample t-opien IIMret18CIIMI. }
orange grow. House, has moved into his snug little and If they persist In claimingthe : .o. JInx,235. TITCSVILI.EFI.A.
era and vegetable farmers on the Indian cottage on the bank of the river. sole right to land at the dock of J. We can supply any sire or quality of Honey to gown, I II. NAUDLAN, TITI'lVJLU P. O., a'
o) River. They will also be posted at theo I The "Edgar House" has changed our Famous ellow Pine Lumber, knownto '
) postoffice for the information of thepublic. hands. Mr. Ditmer has purchased M. Sanders & Co., at Cocoa, and at that the trade, In any quantity, at short UKtitmx M. KonniN'*. W.utru H. Mmi.VM.IJOUHIXS Itrovard county, .1",. 1 -
and means to make a cncresn of it. It is of J. R. Dlckson & 11 ro., at Rockledge, notice. 14 A GRAHAM,
o I pleasantly situated in night of the beautiful -, and several other places, they may find -- J. M. Sunders Co. | '

Lake Worth.Rain We Indian were River.pleased to see so many out to I 1 themselves pushed into the liver. Sucha J. E. ENDER & CO. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, lJl'nll'l1Iln u

i church, Sunday. After service was over fate would be a fitting rebuke for the TI1't'K\'II.U, IJrcvaid Co., FloiMn.P. j

\) the ones In charge of the Christmas tree dog-in-the-manger policy they have 'L' .a.1ohn.Ln1..orsANti; II. Dot,:still. DRY GOODS NOTIONS 1

and sun in just the right proportion remained behind to practice the Christ. taught the people. It would bo a dose Circuit Will jirartlre and In In the nil)Piiprrme llicrnnntlpnof I'nllrt.'t'l'lnl the Seventh ft, i

to suit all. man carol Mr McCarthy has chargeof of their own medicine. MANUFACTURING JEWELERS elliilea fur Kxamlnliiit and IVrfectlnit| hand CROCKERY: ,
the affairs, and It is bound to be a Tit 11'11 CtrrresaanlomenihItedrrnn.'hdni. SADDLERY: .
'r Bluefish by the bushel and gettingmore success. TitiiHvillo. Flu. ant and I Heirs Id Himnlnh Uratiti.Money ,
plentiful every day. to Uum. I {STATIONERY: : '

Mr. Samuel Barton and family, arrived Jupiter.Special GRAND VIEW HOTEL, Repairing ('f1110 and Complicated FAMILY MEDICINES,

: at their trome.r [ : to thf.idrofate.] Patches; Hotting of Diamonds snot other TKM.. D. I.. DODSON", GARDEN SEEDS. ,
i WEDNESDAY Pieclou Stone ff i CHOICI mtocKitiKs,
Doc. 24,1800. t
r The steamer Lake Worth is running, Uncle John Cleniinson Is building TITUSVILLE, Alligator and! Hog Timks Carved and HAY, CORN, MAPEb'; FERTILIZERS,
and doing better than ever. fine dock for parties in Hobo Sound. I Mounted for rine-l\ei: brootluw, otc SPECIALIST OPERATIVE, SUltUI- FINE PATENT: FLOUR. 'i

I I Tomatoes are ripening on some of the The floating hotel, Hot-kludge, In doing Indian River, Flu. Shell .Ifwiliy nude. Oooon .
In S. II Ray's now huildlng' CAL: MECHANICAL DENTISTRY: F1.orl.d.a.: ",
brisk opposite
vines, and truckers will begin to ship a business for and will sustain Its peat; \ I. M. MABBETTE, PIIOPII. corner from 1'ontoftlee. I,
reputation In
every respect.
Prompt attention to all orders l hy mall TITl'S\"II.r.E. FI.OIUIU. "
Many boxes of
soon.Mr. are being -
- Chas. A. Lano and sinter, Miss warded from here. The season, HO or othl'rwll.lo.. Ulnov: C. J. IIECTOK ::'
This fs the most c\ntrallTlItl'lln town R. 11. I.. WILLS, ,
far has been fine
Lane for all truck Intel'ests. D .
Fanny on the 14th and
Capt. Carlin has painted the Carlin and Is only one minute's walk from the Eau Gallie Denier In "Deneial i1.
stopped at Hotel Lake Woith. House. With green; blinds and other Meat Market. PHYSICIAN1 SUmmON, :
ornaments it is Railway Depot, and close to Steamboat A graduate of the of Pennsylvania :
Court convened last week, but the a beauty, and guests will University -
receive every attention. Landings. 18 and an excellence of twenty Flu. t
'Judge says we don't know how to make ,
There is a general; complaint of lack of year In practice, olVeis bin services .. y
,t business for a court. accommodations for people who would All kinds of fresh Meat tho citizens of TitiiKvlIlo and vicinity. ,"J

When Is the D. I. R. S. B. Co. to put like to rent cottages for the winter. Titusville Meat Market. OFFKK: OVKH: j. w. nnorns ('I'. Hats Shoes
,on the daily service? I think that the Several parties are willing to build if and Vegetables Clothing,,Dry Goods ,
they can obtain land for that
E. C. T. Co. had better help them out Superintendent Shaw, of the purpose.Life Saving LA ELY Just A i'rived. HrI'nrllllOoollll.! ;
Ice ck' for "
down this way. Service, returned from a cruise downto ALL KINDS OF Sale. JUSTICE OF THE PEACli 17TH DIST OILS, PAINTS, HARDWARE, LEAD,

The proprietor of Hotel Lake Worth New River.V hile at the Inlet, one FAMILY ORDERS SOLICITED ANDI'HmIPTC.Y Nntnry Put>lla for the State.1 iJiritc.rontraptnr DRUGS (GROCERIES
of his crew, named Chas. L. Smith dis GRAINOf
Fresh and Salt Meats end llullilcr, nf '
: )
has secured the services of the best cook appeared. Ills whereabouts is unknown, Eggs, ATTENDED TO. Nuiurnl tt Inlxli a Biwvlult inor'Ifljcar. eXI'or.mll'll. all kind; and In fact n full lino of A'

'to be found, and says he will set the best and he is supposed to have: been drowned.Mr. .MKl.llUl'ILNK' :, FLA. CMTJ thing. Call and examine,'' 11
table in tho State.In Smith was from Sanford Daytona, Oysters, Fish, Fruit & Vegetables! o. YOUNG-, ;;.;;.;.;:;;...;. '
and has a sister In St. Augustine. o Mjumtrov. William: : Fu.1oh.;
1873 the ladies of Lake Worth 1\: 1SKASOV.: : T. -vv. R.ogerS
-. , con An Draymim.Hauling ,
ciuueu to nave a nnsimas picnic, and Kxplaimtlon. CASH FOR POULTRY, EGGS, VEO- GEO. ALTREE dune at roiiNnnnblo rnt<*". At. DEALER IN CLOTHING,
they have never since then let a Cluist- Our Hardevillu correspondent, last TABLED, ETC. tendu all departing, and nieeti all iinlvIngtinlnH. -
mas pass without one. This year it will week, said "The Kev. Mr. Curtis, a colored BROKER AND COMMISSION AGENT Gents Furnishing Coeds, Shoes, Hats, ,.
clergyman, belonging to an association 10 i:. J. DAVIS, Manager. ,
Orders left with (}. It. Riimph or at
be held-on the grounds of Hotel Lake Caps Umbrellas Valises
whose Trunks
chief object Is to Instruct TitiiHvillo, Flu. ADVOCATE>: ofllco will rccclvo prompt ,
Worth., and if it should prove to be unpleasant their colored brethren how they were attention. FINE CIGARS Etc.
the proprietor will allow the defrauded of their rights, is visiting this II. R. OLMSTEAD: Agent for Pianos and Organs; Florida The only louse In town
We hick and Lime; New Process Gasoline making n pe-
place. learn that the
Rev Mr.
of the hotel A. Frosohor tally of (lent .
use dining rooms, and will Stove that cannot explode. FuinlHhlngCoodH.
Curtis is
a highly respected white gentleman The Pioneer Dealer In
endeavor to make it pleasant for the and had we known the facts in the Will at all tiiiien handle every dlncript- TITUSVILLE, FLA., Drop In and examine my !!stock and
I young people if they wish to dance. case, we would not have allowd this to Ion of New and Second Hand Furniture. Kcrps a full miplv| of Mctnllio and I compare pilcuH. Cash ciiKtoinerii com .
have In fan will nut ni.vtl.l.-....... tn. ..,,,."Iv .Ln... Wooden mand every consideration competitor '.
_appeared.! In the previous !issue, p --- -- --- -1' '''
our juaurange correspondent spoke ol wants of the People.Tradesmen's CoflliiM, Cases anil CnHk.tH. I'IIIII!: to('Imfnr.----..

Melbourne."Merry Mr. curtis as having visited that neighborhood Eau Gallie. Soiled Stocks Disposed of. Funeral attended If dculieil.! All <>r- Call when convrnlrnt. First. door
and being much respected by WlllsI.ll on Commission hy private treaty tiers promptly executed, and I at reasonable south of ADVOCATE oltke. '
Christmas" to all subscribers the people in that section, and having I keep in Stock a Cholc0 variety of or Public Auction, anything you want rate Embalming done. 2
turn Into
been entertained at the residence of Mr. money.
of the ADVOCATE. Johnson, and also by Mr. Clmppell at GROCERIES, HARDWARE, lute Cash sale.advanced on flood for abno- I*. T. _TnryCONTRACTOR DIXON & GRAY
The/'Melbourne" is now open to the his home. We are very sorry the unjust CROCKERY, TOILET ARTICLES, ETC ,
public and we hope will be well filled statement should have appeared In our & BUILDER Iiealun in
through the season. Items and can only say in justificationof And will Sell' as Low as the Lowest. Drugs, Chemicals, Perfumery, 'Toilet
its appearance, that we supposed Call and examine my Stock. 18 THE TRAVELERS TittiHvillo, FIn.
Many inquiries are received for Articles
pine- there were two clergymen the Fine Soaps Stationery
by name ,
lands Estimate furnished )
apple several sales have been of on applieat1.i.Corresp
Curtis at Hardeeville
white and
made which we are requested not to one colored. Tne ADVOCATE, one will never Jacksonville, Florida.The duleuco and patronage hollcltecl.Mino JEWELRY, I

specify at present. intentionally refer improperly to any EDEN 1 1IW SPECTACLES ASEWING ,

The differences which formerly existed one, or Injure their feelings, and we hope :. 13. 33ilTXl\oll: )fAC INES.GIIII" .
between the north and south sides are we will be pardoned for the error referred Travelers, corner Day and Cedar I'lufoU, Sewing Machine and r
amicably adjusted and all are working to, which crept in,* unnoticed.F. streets, Jacksonville, "'. A now brick BRICKLAYER Machinery Repaired. Wfttclicn, Clock
In harmony. I PINEAPPLE hotel, nearottt to all railroad station and & PLASTERER, and Jewelry a Specialty. '
steamboat landings. J<; pt'l'lallyadapted School hooks and School Suppll .
Dr. C. D. Stickney" of Mass., is a guestat I). Sackett to transient business. Elegantly furnished TitiiHVallo. Fla. Subscriptions taken at publUher's\ prices l. '

the "Riverside, having come to see Died at Ids home, at Heath, yesterday.The rooms, single or fit nuttf. Tableas 1 Work contracted for for' Newspapers, Books, Magazine, eto. .
his friends Dr. A. E. on any part of
Lyman and family. deceased was one of the oldest residents gOlIlali the bent. This hotel was built,
Dr. S. in enjoying the lovely weather to of this section and had spent PLANTATION. furnished and operated as a $'.00 a day Indian lUver. 8J0 Pri'Hcrlptlon time carefully compounded at i
the any day or night. 1
utmost. in into house rates
many years bringing bearing a ; are now reduced to $2.00 a r
We are sorry to hear that Mrs. S. F fine grove. He was a progressive settler, day, while the service Is better than ever. t McAllister .
Gibbs is not buite HO well for two days and made a success of numerous agri- T. 1;. IFllolifVXca.S: : Breakfast from (i to 0; lunch from 11 Sl0 Drugs, /
past. Mr. Gibbs is able to occupy his cultural experiments, and production to 2:. position as freight agent here again. of honey was greater than that of any Eden, Indian River, Florida. $ Is the only hotel In Jacksonville serving y 4' Contractor for Patent Medicines .
other citizen in the county.. Mr. Sackettwas regular meals at these hour All others I
Among the freight brought up by the a Pennsylvanian by birth. His disease are at least one hour ttr. Use the Artesian Wells ,
"Sebastian" one day last week, were was of a complicated character, involving HODGES & GODFREY Travelers omnibus, the tickets save 23 f i Elegant Perfumery ud Toilet IrticlesKept
nearly one hundred crates of
pineapples, the heart and kidneys. Ills body cents on each person each way.
besides egg-plants, tomatoes, snap-beans. will be interred at ,
Lagrange, to-day. Eau Gallic, Flu.W. .
oranges, green turtle aud fish. Manufacturers of Burton K. Barrs, -iMI411n0 constantly on hand at '

Major C. E. Graves was over from Melbourne -Mrs. J. W. Rogers who has been seriously Yellow Pine Lumber 10 J" B. Screven's
beach, for several days, last week. ill for several days, we learn Is Improving HENDRY '
The Major is so in love with the pure to-day. ,
air and other attractions of Melbourne 1 ROUOH DRESSED, DKUO 8TORR.AUo j
beach, that his visit -Brevard county cases were acted up- Orange Doll Head, Dealer In
are a noticeable
on by the U. S. Court, at Jacksonville, Fruit Vegetable CraUa. II UCR
rarity. on Monday, as follows: "A motion to Lumber delivered at any part of Indian Riveron General Merchandise the latest Newspapers, Periodi-
Messrs. Ben Soog and Gep. R. Crump strike out plea of defendant and amend-- lug through building kill on of the 1a Kant<1Inl{Coat. Anyone would contCTnilat-do well : cal., etc. 3 '
returned Saturday, from a trip to the ment thereto from the file in the case of write rIt-e.. The BawiulU U iltuateil on toe
Inlet, where they enjoyed some fine sport Fred T. Tayler vs. S. Ryder et aL, submitted J.,T.ill; K.. W. R,..t mile* south of t'slatka.RA DRY GOODS, FOR
with the tarpon, capturing among the by counsel, was granted by the entaCam'R'BillingFludaIIMo i n
rest, one weighing 157 pounds. The court, and defendant given twenty days pa 94 110 NOTIONS,
party; returned with Capt. Canova on to file an.wer-On motion of H. Bisbee, Satsuma lights, Putnnn co., Fla.3 Wines & Spirits
the/launch "Egret." Le Roy D. Ball "was, appointed as com MILES a MMES STATIONERY, ,

Wild ducks have become so tame since missioner at Tallahassee to take tests ..... a Choice Groceries
mony in the case of Charles W. Home :.0: ,
they are not disturbed or shot at, that o :
vs. C. A. and K. T. Smith. :Beers .
they venture very close to the wharves }1 + Ed d l\1IIH, FLA. fiDi ,

and the shore., By standing quietly, they Hector versus I. It. S. II. Co.C. d 1

sometime come within a short distanceof J. Hector, of Melbourne, has Instituted It -!<:.CaTi T. W. sMITII, CIGARS ETC.,
and when the ,
a person, feeding, greater -
part of a flock will be diving at once. a suit in ejectment against the In- d J CINCINNATI ah.nte.t a.sl "ayinnn,
dian River Steamboat Co. i0 OF TIlE FINEST QUALITY
Mr. Hector ,
On Saturday last Alec Goode caught two ni : Uulck.it.Couiiiartuvnt Will attend to all kind of Hauling,
contends that have Y
in his cast-net, at one throw. they no authority to r, bL F h' and Pullman Palac' sleeping' OO TO
land at the wharf they ire now using, ... t i Can through without change, making Oiroctconnect : promptly cheaply and espeditloualy.
Messrs. Frank Sheen and Edward Wal- and which by the way, they have been I O 8='= I Ii luula Will deliver baggage for & Itenakcr.Famlllei
tham, civil engineers, with two clored claiming exclusive control over. Theplaintid .1 wr g CK>TRA r. toy ST. LOUIS I paa erlgenarriylng Losloy .
tt :i r" Ul/r: fur or departing on train or steamboat
men and a number of horses and mules, contends that the wharf is on
the whole party under the guidance of I his private property, and that the defendant -< ati 3 ; and tin WEST and with Through car line* for *. Supplied.

of Mr. Livingston, of Sebastian, passed has no authority from him, or 8. CHICAGOTJI.WDT.: :: Ca- be found at the Railway Stationor
through here Sunday, rn route to T1tu from anyone elite in portion to grant It, H ; !6i i M tae with thr.wgh ear at my residence In South TUusrllle. OUR NEW IMPROVED SINGER
villa and Orlando. The party were no to use the wharf in question. tar fur DETROITBUFFALO U. ,., Aar.
j S. Mall Carrier. c VII.8"U.0.00
unfortunate. to break the axle of theircarriage This "will be a celebrated case, aa the O 0 ""iMT&r: : d fyr MP1I4tJg

I and some of them went up by wharf in litigation has always been -c.3JU Only one change of cant.rdlan.NEW
steamer from Sebastian. The above 'looked upon, by the Melbournites, as a T. M. DOBSON & COMPY
I named gentlemen have been engaged in public dock. If the founder of Melbourne :..,.... ) ORLEANS, E I
running levels for a drainage company, prevails in his suit, and be can jw1u_ JIII'Uotl.lckel"U'Ir., fulnu I. ii
In which Major Marks, of Orlando, is eject the I. R. 8. B. Co., he will aLto be "O TEXAS :'ow'esT.! Wilmington N. C. :
largely Interested. The object is to reclaim able to refuse the privilege of landing .. !
via tbla II. afforded
Paiuenrir are anerileut n.
and drain thoroughly an immense to all comers. The spirit of exclusiveness t I few of Luofcoul Mountain and unround Make a Specialty of !
body of sugar land, lying,near the head which ha been manifested lately THE ADVOCATE tag lll.tvrlc _tle1'.
of the Sebastian river. A fall of four or in regard to landings on the river( I* nota -
five feet to the mile can be secured, creditable one, but the defendant in Oranges.
which fie amply sufficient for the purpose. the present case cannot be blamed, havIng Job Printing H. C. RAT, S. E. Pax. Agt., Atlanta, Oa.V. -.WfL..IIL6..J. :;9t PJff.Lt .

i This tt. said, not to be the Disston company had the action of the defendant com DepartmentIs J. )1..un.1Jlv. P4M. Agt., CUt- Consignment elicited. Satisfaction ITQ CURED. ; 1 ;j
; but a new concern, entirely independent pany.lo regard to the Titunvilla dock, tanooga. LAaQK rXluWJTTUC..
, of the Okeechobee drainage before him a* an example. This 1* one Ready to do Your Work D. G. EDWARDS, G. 1". 4 T. A., Guaranteed and Prompt Returns tar&AUT.?..w.i |> wt:
company of the dock which Mason Young sought CINCINNATI O. Made. 11IoI4 *G0.g R-aftXBl J

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,. boast of the Ida cC1I ct the Arabian, and'the suppo;!.
t/HRBE, CHRISTMAS. CHIMES: ; doe needlework for an art la Dot- SOMEWHAT STRANGE. mal who mapprobabl1 poss fhe tock came from
place the wijnaewTa to the rim-bank.. At session of one of the longest beard lathe tion is that qriginally :
t. ton. Such work itl'1) ,I only wish you for Effle,and Clara, God know what world. This remarkable beard measured tome thoroughbreds that swam ashore
could lee It I"he added.with enthusiasm their fate be but OFEVtP.Y.DAY under from some wrecked teasel What is
Hearken I how the Christmas chime may ; am going thereat '.ACCIDE from the chin was slightly
sublime "There one landscape on black satin- once with Wilson and a lot of the L1 five feet in length and wa of remarkable most remarkable about them J* that they

singe on earth twain its song with i lake, and trees, and swans, and a yellow III.t1ghbol'l, to see what tan be done." ______ FIt thickness; Professor Virchow examined trot and pace fast and are possessed of
"Be those weary feed In the
unset remarkable endurance; Spring
gleaming through tree-trunks. and found
His he hairs
voice shook
clutched the
:; at a of longest ,
Wander through the vfllac| e street I It brought fifty dollar; but it was an chair-back to steady himself as he spoke Queer Episodes and Thrilling Adventures that they were each split at the crrf. you can purchase A'good pony for $25

Doonare closed against the stranger, order, and I don think they paid her ten and then he rushed ,away. Which Show that Truth Is. I This goes to contradict the gencYal idea and upward. The colts are not gelded
Bee the Child, the meek and lowly for it." Mrs. Darrow hastened after him"unarvel" Stranger than Fiction.: that when hair splits at the end it is a an* stallions predominate When the
Christ, the mighty, the all-holy dollars weather Is bad and, the waves inundatethe
"Fifty I-for that baldness.
straggly, she cried "Harvey Is sign of coming
Ipfeeping cradled in a tnanger." my son, THE following Interesting story pub. island'Bcores of tho little fellows are
gprawly Kensington vtorkl I I don't believe listen to me I" lished the Paris in York street,
wonderful New
among and
Ping your joy, Chriitmas chime! itl"! Is that swept into the water are lost..-
Let us keep the Christmas time. said lln. Darrow, bluntly. "Mother, heaven's take don't keepme one of the Hungarian papers "Duringa the Bowery, there Is an rltRbhAbmentwhore [Washington,Letter: "
Be the loaf of plenty doled, "And Effie does translation for a !I" said he, in deep, hoarse tone of de journey from Cologne to Paris the they mend your shoes while you
bookseller Of course they pay her a spair. Baroness Rothschild *;as robbed of a wait. A placard at the door says that
Be the poor men'eheert Christmas consoled.time. miserable pittance, because she it merelya "But, Harvey, dinner Is ready" casket containing jewels yalued at 80,* the daily papers may be found inside for Fact About the Pecaru

Thus we keep tbe woman; but I don't know of anyone "Mother: do you suppose I care to 000 francs The Baroness reported the the benefit; of customers, and that all -

n. that work any harder than those two live if Effie Haven?* blue eyes are,closedto loss to the police, who readily captured work is done promptly. Another placard The pecan is a nut of the future, and
Hearken t still the Chrktmas chime girl*." tho light of day!" he uttered. "Don't tho thief in London with tho casket in says that shoes to wear will be furnishedto the Southern planters who aro settingout

Slogs on earth IU song snblimel "I suppose they could live with their hold me-let me got I She was the one his possession. He described himself as patrons who prefer not to wait wpilethelr ) great orchards of pecan trees will

"Wondering shepherds see the night relations" observed Mr*. Darrow. I woman in all the world that I loved, and James Pitt, an American physican, who own are being repaired. In the now reap big fortunes few years hence.
Flooded with celestial light "On sufferance! They are too independent now-" was travelling through Europe engagedin window two men work vigorously ; other There is one man in Florida who has a

Wondering hear the angel message; for that! They would rather "Harvey: the study of hypnotism. He haa a men aro briskly at work within ; and It grove of 4,000 pecan trees of fine varieties .

Come and let us kneel before Him, starve than live oncoldll.givencharlty." It was' another voice this time-a soft, large sum of money and lette s of creditin is not unusual to see on the edge of the nearly all of them grafted six

Let us find Him and adore Him. "It Deem to me :you know a great deal tremulous voice, like the coo of a dove-- his possession which gave color to his scene of bustling activity customers years old and seven to eight feet high.

Peace on earth this. child doth presage." about their business!l" said Mrs. Darrow, and Effie Haven herself, running out of claim that to steal.he was When wealthy asked and to had explainhow no calmly reading the newspapers When they get to bearing we will havea

Sing your Joy, 0 Christmas chime, I, with a slight shrug of her shoulders. the kitchen with a scarlet shawl thrown reason he had got hold of the jewels ho THE French navy now comprises 20 big thing. A grown pecan tree will

Let us keep the Christmas time. And Harvey was silent once more. over her head, stood smiling before said that being the only in the first-class ironclads first-class cruisers, produce two barrels of nuts yearly, and
Let all strife and hatred cease "I want some o' them big red apples railway besides the passenger Baroness he 11 armor-plated coastguard ships, 1 first- those nuts will sell at $15 a barrel whole
out of the littlest bin in the barn-cellar 1" him."Clara is coupe class armored 4 second class sale. That will\ mean an income for the
Kindness live,good will and peace. there, too, she said, coloring -' entered into conversation with her upon gunboat,
Thus we keep the Chrlstmu time. said Mrs. Darrow,briskly. "The Northern under the intense rapture and relief of hypnotism. The Baroness armor-plated gunboats 0 battery cruisers proprietor of the grove I refer to of con

HI. Spy apples, you know, Harvey." of his gaze. "We are quite safe, declare that she had no faith in 0 first-class cruisers, 13 second-class siderable more than $100,000' a well year.
"Yes, mother," he answered, quietly. only-" tism and cheerfully offered hlpno.! cruisers, 14 third-class cruisers, 4 torpedo Seedling pecans may turn out very ,
Hearken)still the Christmas chime Is to graft. Plantations .
first-class despatchboats but the only sure
14 way
"I've calculated to serve a pretty nice "I meant it for a surprise for subject of experiment. Pitt declared cruisers,
Sings on earth its song subllmel you, 25 second-class despatch boats, 5 of pecans are being started numerously -
dinner laid the ;
housekeeper com Harvey, said Mrs. Darrow thnt he readily succeeded in hypnotizing
"Eg rI1 the Magi sped third-class boats 15: transport in Georgia, Alabama, Texas,
placently. "Nobody shall have it to her breath and laying her hapd caress tho Baroness, and while in that con despatch In California
the wondrous star-beam led boats 8 torpedo despatch Louisiana and Mississippi,
By that the Darrows let Christmas I dition under his despatch ,
lay Day ingly on Effie's shoulder. "I went being completely con-
to cultivated -
Gold and myrrh and incenseoffer. boats 16 boats 32 shallops, 4 tor. they are just beginning
trol among other he ordered her gun ,
go by properly observing it.There' over there myself early this things
morning and 104 in orchards of from 100 to
Ha He the boats for the high seas
brings most, nlghest pedo ,
yes to hand him her jewel casket which she
roast turkey and chicken pies, while you were at church, and brought There are about fifty
boats. 200 acres.
Draweth unto God the highest.Who torpedo
forthwith did. lie retained the
and cranberry sauco and gOod, old- thorn both back with me. They were to jewels different varieties of pecans thatI
a heart of love doth proffer." fashioned currant jelly, and mince and I visit me till after the New Year's party; just fr>r the purpose of teaching her a AMOXO the measures devised by the know of. The finest specimensnow
Ring your joy, 0 Christmas chime I and and lesson, intending to return the jewels on ministry of the interior of Russia to prevent .
pumpkin pies, a suet pudding I but now there's no telling how long I produced come from the neighborhood
.Let us keep the Christmas time; I his arrival in London. This story, incredible the destructive fires in villages and
apple dumplings, and-Oh, I can't be. shall keep them. I did so want to see of Ocean Springs, Miss Of
Love shall be the law to bind M it seem, was verified by tho small towns is a law making it compulsory -
gin to tell you what all!1" your face when you saw them first, and course, you know that the pecan ia
Baroness and Pitt released from
was have two
In one band all humankind. "And all this for us two!" I've seen it"-with a smile and a lob.'Wlln't for every house-owner to purely an American nut; it only growson
Ha !is tall and
Thus we keep the Christmas time.T11ECIIRLSTMASMISTLETOE. custody. a exceedingly rows of trees planted around his house. the
I've asked continent. In West Indies
of it
"Why, compacy, course, kind of her! whisperedEffie handsome this ,
I man. will be furnished
The of these trees
Harvey aid Mrs. Darrow, lifting her with the roses coming and goingon : settings( however, they are trying to introduce it.
eyebrow in an injured way. "There's her cheeks, and downcast eyes. : IN some reminiscences of tho great Herman I I by the government, but the to cost tho Before very long we shall doubtless export
of transportation will i>o charged
your lather's Uncle Khhu, and Mrs. "Don't go to the snow-slide," laid I specialist, Dr. Theodore Potter, of and tho house- large quantities of pecans.
Bracebrook-" Mrs. Darrow. "There's""no harm done I Indianapolis, says: "Koch's demonstration -i respective municipalities, Hickory nuts are beginning to bo cultivated
BT HELEN FORREST ORATES. will bn held responsible for the
of tubercle bacillus in owners wIld
1883 was a ro- of tho shag-
I also.
"And tho usual round of relations I but can be undone when Christmas
Day markabic! of farts and remains today i proper rearing and care of the some. and fine and start.
UR first Christmas array barks nre very big ,
suppose, to eat your good things, and is past and gone. Come back to the ,
Eve in a canal.boaU"! then criticise cookery: afterward!" Christmas' dinner now. Effie make untouched. When I was working TnnF.B! young soldiers near Warsaw ing with them, crops of excellent quality

.,-/ said Clara Haven, ."Well, Mr your Bracebrook is hard to him come!I" in Berlin, in 1888, there was in his hy ., returned from a debauch with blood on ought to be obtained. We have received
% gicnic institute the eighty-second genera. their clothes and the statement that they of hickory nuts t.hatBod to grow
( laughing.: "Oh deports
there's that said
no denying Effie at him shyly.
please, glanced tion of culture of this which
a West
Effie did pure germ prop. i had beaten omo one they did not know. in a certain region of the
think, should you ever Mr Darro"And Aunt Lois can't eat "He will come," said she. agated from tho first culture in 1881.! In At the same time a sergeant in their are six inches in diameter, but the trees

t / this we?" come chicken pie unless it's mado arter that And he came. the report received from the institutelast i regiment was sound murdered, and tbo that bore them were all cut down a few
1 "It isn't canal- week, I sue that this has now been three soldiers were tried, convicted and years ago. I believe, this to be nn exag
";' a n carried to tho ono-hundred-ind-twcnty-: I shot within twenty-four hours. The geration. Possibly the nuts describedwere
6" j boat:: jit's a cottagel"cried secon t generation; Yet it is ftlll ,viru i next day another soldier surrendered as as much as three inches in diameter.

L indignant Effio. lent. Koch, in 1881, discovered the essential the murderer. I[ myself have seen them as much as two
d:; "And if you didn't cause of consumption, and pave and a half inches. It is in tho Wabash
r ;rj tell them, nobody the absolute diagnostic sign. I have r.Ai.Ti.HOKE reports the strangest rail valley of Indiana that the biggest hickory '
? would ever know it records of over a thousand examinations : way accident, says the St. Louis Republic. nuts grow.-Washington[ atnr.:
'-:6.:: : was made out of tho showing that the presence of the bacillus A man about forty years old was ,

s old boat that went a- means the presence of the disease, and I recently taken to the :Maryland University -
.shore- in tho freshet a year ago." fite rtr.ia. It ii these things which hava Hospital, where on examination[ itwas A Visit to a Coal Mine ,

"Backed the rocks said stimulated Koch: and others to peek a discovered that ho had sprained his
up against right ankle and broken two ribs Ho
TJlara. "With a chimney constructedout specific cure. A visit to a coal mine is a decided
r :z said that there was some offensive odorin
of an old stove-pipo, and exactly two C THE Hertfordshire (Canada) Standard the car, and that ho leaped from the novelty.with Tho darkness waf and dirt and the together
tho dripping
/ that inclined
rooms in It. pays a matrimonially young train to avoid.
"Two rooms ore enough," said Effie, farmer, who 11/es in an isolated district ever present dangers, are calculated to
still valorously espousing the cause of tho with a colony of his own sex, wroto to TitF.iiK is a>man iu St. Louis, Mich., deter timid people from entering the
'cottage. "What should we do with a friend in New York to select ai suitable who, in order to overcome the opium shaft. Those who have made the jour-
habit advised to smoke cloves with through the various possums of a
thai two !" : girl and send her out to him. An attractive was ney
more rooms the fact that we' damsel was sent to him,, and he tobacco in liu pipe. It certainly did mine, and have witnessed the modus
'But to-bo-sure pay [ was so pleased with her that he invited abolish the hankering after both opium operand! therein, consider themselves
no rent is a great advantage, added his friends to meet her tho night before and tobacco, but it has left him a clove repaid for all the discomforts exper-

\, *Clara. "I don't think, if it came to that, the wedding. One of tho party was so victim, and now he smokes only cloves, a i4nccd on the trip. The deepest shaftin

that knybody could collect, rent for a OLD CANAL BOAT. struck with admiration that ho offered pound a day, nod it is rapidly drying up Pennsylvania is in a mine near Potts-

. 'canal-" $39 for his interest in the maiden,.which his system.A ville, 1,710 feet. Some of the mind galleries -
"Clara, hush I" sold Effie. "And just old Connecticut receipt.and your father' Of all the Christmas guests that day at he accepted, and another man led her rAnilEnot Sumncr county, Kan., has run horizontally underground from

ceo bow lovely those autumn leaves are Uncle Elihu has to be dreadful careful Mrs. Darrow's hospitable board, Effie to the altar next day. The farmer at become a raving maniac by reason of the the shaft, following the veins fos a mile
against the white curtain! And doesn't about his digestion!1" she pensively and Clara Haven were the fairest and once wrote for another girl, and one was whistling of locomotives through his and a half. The coal is''found, in veinsof

the fire blaze up beautifully And see added.' the sweetest. quickly dispatched. This timo he' was farm. Ho has been placed in the asylumand various thickness, between layers of

what lovely red trail of light the sunsetleaves "}Iotherl"! laid Harvey,.euddenly. "Mother," laid Harvey following her offered a, bonus of $T3 besides his out his condition is said to \be most pitiful rough slate, tho top layer being known.
against,the snow I" "Yes!" N out to the kitchen afterward, "how canI lay, and another man took the prize A ns he crouches in terror from every among miners as the roof and tho bottom
"I could copy that, I am sure, if only She paused with the lid of the spice thank you for this Was there ever third time he wrote and a third timw a noise, under hallucinationthub it is a as the floor. Tho arekept in

It would not fade away so quickly["cried box in her hacd. such mother a* you are!" young maiden arrived, but, thought be. train of cars. shape by timbers, of which large quantities -

Clara, her eyes.kindling with aU an "Why can't you ask the girls from the K>h, child," faltered she, "don't yon' sought with) offers, ho refused to port AMONG curious Parisian professionsare are used, and were it not for these In
artist's enthusiasm. "Qh, Ewe I" old canal boat!" burst out Harvey. know that my chief wish in life i* that with her, and was speedily marricdl artificial ear and nose maker! .pvayer- supports of the the mines galleries air ire collapse.blown inconstantly

"There it goes!I" cried Effie, dropping "They have no relatives near here to invite :youi may be happy Bring her home A, B-APPEIMOOKIXO, well-dressed man makers, leg-Rtrctchcrs, salad-mixers, moot by fans pure which sometimes

her outstretched hand as if it had beenan them to Christmas dinner. Theyare here tQo live whenever she will consent, about twenty-six years of age, and a knockers-up and. fourteenth meet The produce: perfect gale, through the gal-

enchanter's wand. 'The sun is down so solitary I"! and her sister, too. They'll be better handsome, distinguished-looking ludy latter class, are much in demand in Paristo lerLeA. This is the only preventive ef

-the crimson track is gone. Come, I Mrs. Darrow bit her lip. satisfied/ together, and they are weet, presented themselves the town clerk's meet tho awkwardness of having thirteen [Commercial Advertiser.
Clara, get out the books and the dictionary "You never dictated to me afore who lovely girls as ever lived." office ia. Old Lyme, Conn., asking'for guests to dinner.FiiAMcBF.8i.ut gu.L-

; we must, work, even though it is to invite on Christmas. Day 1" said she, a And the kiss that her son give her marriage license. They gave their a blind'el1itOl'"- at Salt Remain) of a Great Mastodon.
,Christmas Eve., Hush I there is some one little shortly. was a.rich reward for the battle she had names a& Andrew J. Hartwofi and. Lillian Lake City, is soon to have a remarkable

coming up the path from the river. ISpn "I don't dictate now, mother. herself the sacrifices she. had made in Summer The license was granted operation performed his It will
called minister mastodon found at
and then the couple on a The skeleton of a.
hear the sound of footsteps / I iccrr-t. .
be the of rabbits'
grinding Only- transplanting eyes-and
who mavried them Hartwell handedthe miles west of St Thomas
iligate forty ,
'ou the snow, "My table U full," she went on. :. "Thoir lives were saved by my asking I connecting then, with the optic nen'cs. ,
minister a new |20 bill, remarking Canada is on exhibition in that town.
Then came a ,tap on tho door, and "And I haint no notion of altering my them here," she mused. "When I went that he would like to imy a fee of $.">. I This operation has been successful ia a I The area, of the grave where the mon
Effie, Haven sprang to open it. Harvey arrangements." I, there with that idea ia my mind, I was The minister returned the $13 ia change.The number of cases. ster's bones were found. thirty-five by

Darrow.stood there, both arms full of Harvey itood a moment, looking out following the leading of the Lord I" sacM day the same couple went I' twanty-one feet. The bones were scattered

dark green, 'ossyleavel. of the window. The next diy Clara and Effie went through the marriage form in Niybrook, Butch Windmills.. over it, one joint fitting into the
"Mistletoe I Oh, Mr. Darrow!cried "Very well, mother," said he, "this back acres the frozen river to look at Old Baybiook, Westbrook and Clinton, other in a bed of gray marl about six

the girl. Is the last time that I shall ask any such the stupendous ruin wrought by the paying ia each cone a new $20 bill andreceiving feet below the surface.. Oven! the marl faa
"I found It down In the Black Woods," favor of you!I" and he went quietly out snowslideThe old home was a $f5 in return. All of. the You scarcely can stand anywhere- thick layer of black,, loamy soil. The

Bald' the young farmer, his bright eyes of the room. crushed and shapeless wreck, and Clara I ministers soon ascertained that the fO: Holland without seeing from. one to length of the animal, gauged, by the

sparkling back an answer signal to tbe Mrs. Darrow looked after him with shuddered o& she gazed. bULl were excellent counterfeits,. and !. twenty winJII1il1I1any\ of them, are rnuuiirenieutsof the bones already found,'
gladness ol Ettle's face.. "There was an troubled eyes. "Effie," aid she, "think what a each, of them was out $10.; built in the Term of a two-story tower, and lowing:': for those that have not yet .

old dead tree all garlanded with it, and "It's mortal queer," laid she, "what dreadful death we should have died if1'e Two I'fttsburgers have entered,into a 1 I the second story being smaller than the been discovered, is, from,the point of tha
!I first, with a balcony a: itsbase ben
I knew you would like some. Mother notions boys take when they get to be had not gone with Harvey Darrow'smother novel kind of partnership. Mr. A, lot which it until the nostril to the root of the tail, about
tapes tap-like
don't think ChrUtmai' is Christmas without Harvey's age! And }hose girls living in !" hi right lets iu the lute war urn). helms t| top is reached. High up. near the roof twenty-two feet. This b greater than that
j of the celebrated Mastodon
mistletoe. Her folks were English, an old canal boat, too, when, they are But Effie, loaning lightly on Harvey'sarm been put to the expense of buying '>ne i the great axijuts from the walL; anti to gigaateus
discovered N. in the
you know, and she, still clings, to their Squire Dua,'* niece and :Mr, Marvin' was watching the men as, with Sloe more than ho hud any use' fut" all 1 this arc fastened: two prodigious arms, near ewburg, Yt
+ of : and the skeleton
traditions Here-let trie hang some daughters, just home from boarding. spade and pickaxe, they strove to clear these twenty-five years or more Mr. B. I[ formed somewhat like ladders, bearing summer whole is 1845 aud as than a

over the mantle and above the doorway school But he did look awful put out, away the blocks of ice 'rand drifts of l()+t hi*left leg at Gettysburg, alu! has great sheets of canvas, whose business is that, larger havo been more found complete in Kentucky .

Is that right and there kiu't no better son than Harvey IIno",.. been throwing away the left shoe of: every to catch thu-mischief-makurand set him any Ohio Missouri '
"How thoughtful it was of him to re- when all's come and 'gone. I'm "Here* some green stuff I" shouted pal he has bought in tho last quarter of at work. These trills stand like huze American.. California, or'
member!" said Clam, when the door most sorry- But there! it ain't DOuse Darwin Hall, as his mattock: pierced a a century. They have aetiusuntcdfor giants guarding tho country. Their
w.i closed onco more, ana the footsteps cryin arter spilled milk, and it'* wall of snow. "By jingo 1 ef it ain't years but only lately did it occur to bodies are generally cf a.dark red; and
Bounded again, crisp and hollow in the high time the loaf-cake went into the mistletoe I", them to compare of notes M to in shoe aboDes*. Tho has their heads, or roots" are niodo to turu General Booth of the Salvation Army.
lreet.ln; air,.down the steep bank that oven. Harvey always likes frosted cake Effle stooped and picked up a sprig of ungodly eeaavtl money shoes this way sad that, according to- the di- -
: now. They buy a painut
led to the'river. with a sprig o' mistletoe stuck in the the still fresh verdure, put it in her at a time, and Mr. A. wears th'-left and rection of the wind. Thai round eye- General Booth,. the lead+ of the Salvation .

flY 01," said Effie, busying herself with middle. I'm glad I happened to think bosom. T Mr. IS. the right shoo. Up to- date the window always staring. Altogether watch Army, is regarded by Mr. Stead,

one or two polished mbtletoe.leave. that of it." "The mistletoe-the blessed Christ only trouble has been that }h. H. has in they 1'et'l1to direction.be keeping Sometimes a vigilant the editor of the Pall :Mall Gazette, as.

had fallen to the floor, "it Is something Christmas Day came, ushered in bya mas mistletoe that you brought, Harvey worn out his half of the she> leather: I stand every cl1 t rt'll : they one of the greatest executive and organizing ,

to be remembered on Christmas Eve I1'! keen wind, a sky as blue as lapis-lazuli, I" she whispered. "This is ,all I quicker than hU partner. alone, like silent sentinel together;sometimes sometimes minds of the work lIe has mad
While burrow his healthful seasonable feel. t from the old home!I" I the Salvation Army throughout the
lUrvey kept on and a bitter, care ) keep
like ranks
TUE Grazhdanin, a St. )'etenhurgd. long rows of soldier You see world, a powerful factor toward the
way across the steely, gleaming surfaceof ing of frost in the air. II, calls attention to the first that although I them rfeing from the midst of factory civilization: of the race. The Army
the hard-frozen: Delaware River- Grand-uncle Elihu, looking like one corporal punishment wai abol buildings, by the vettages, on the polders reaches men and women whom the
through the snow-mantled gorges to arosy of tbe Pharaoh's mummies, arrived in apreKaphaelite An Inappropriate Christmas Frtseat. Loh'dby the government Una agii, the )olden are lakes punt>ed dry church and all other reforming agencies
little farm-house that nestled be. sort of sleigh drawn by village Aldermen (Starshina) and autocrats and turned into farms); on the ;wharves; have regarded as unreachable General

aeath, a knot of mopster maple trees, I an old gray horse.. Mrs. Bracebrookwas of small town inflict chastisementwith by the rivers; along the canals; on the Booth has kept the organization and

with its casements shing red welcome already on tbe scene. So was Aunt the rod on their constituents on the dykes; in the cities-everywhere! Holland discipline of this vast army, scattered

"Here's your Christmas mistletoe slightest provocation. It produces an wouldn't b* Holland without its throughout the world up to
mother! he cried, cheerfully. "!lbke'' hot'Cousin Joseph and his fat wife sat contentedly authentic order issued by such an Alder. windmills, any more than it could be the very higheat.tandard. lie is obeyed

the most of it, for the old tree U rotten on either side of the tire, and man in the Government Tulla requiring Holland \ its-Dykes and its Dutch M implicitly as was ever General Grant

at the heart, and I don't think it will Deacon Hall and his daughter Joanna all the peasants of ha village to pay moeu.t.iebul"{,: when. he was. .. at the bend of the Federal.
last many more years." came straight from the church, where I their taxes on a certaia day "in default armies AU -his' family are otlicers in

Mrs. Darrow came out of her kitchen, the parson had tacked an additional lf4vr)4\ G of which they would receive fifty lashes Queer People of Chincoteague. the army, and all inherit, to a great decree

with a big pewter spoon in one hand and quarter of an hour ,,on his sermon in celebration z I ;-2 each. Throughout Finland, however, the organizing and executive abil.
spice'box in she other of the occasion. y /x the same custom is practised. Citizensof island ity of their father.-[Yankee Blade.
is little
the lower classes falling to please their a about one hundred .
"It ain't as much as usual, is it Harvey And Harvey was coming slowly up official tied and lashed. and fifty miles down the Potomac --
*" said she,, critically surveying the from the barn, where be had been seeingto are up called Chiicoteugue. This island\ is inhabited Horace Greeley'a Schoolhouse. .

vagrant, black-grrea heap. '?ears to the comforts of Uncle Elihu's horse and Ox the plantation of John II, Roberts j by a strange race of people anda -

tao as if it was rather a scant lot." Deacon Hall' rheumatic pony, when a near Kobcrtsville, S. C., there is a tree race of the greatest ponies in the world. In the village of West Haven Vt. in
"I left a little of it at \he old canal neighbor came hurriedly across the hill that docs r>. loach the ground by six I I The people of the island ts>h and grow the Champlain Valley, still stands, ,the

boat," said Harvey reddening under his and spoke to him in excited accents. \ i Yy feet A pine sappling, cut down at wane oysters anti arc a hardy, primitive race, old schoolhouse where
mother' keen glance. "Clara and "Harvey, Harvey! called his mother, period unknown to the oldest inhabitant who fear God and attend strictly to their began the education which continue

Eupheraia, you know-" I\ from the ore door, "Dinner is ready! lodged in the limb of an and adjacent limb gradually tree.- business. Hundreds of these wonderful through life. The desk where he sat i*
of tree
comments Mr !" The growth pooiitt roam the island living in the ,
'Humph curtly ,, Come around it until it became still pointed: out by admiring citizens of
Darrow. I| lUrvey Dirrow.strode Into the midst imbedded. Drawing its life summer on the rank, -oare; grass. In the village and tho initials of his came

"And they lead such a solitary, uatriended '.,ot the little festive groop with a pale tompktely the it and presents a ( the wiuter they subsist on seaweed and "II. G.," were cut there when he little
from tree
life," added 'the young mlll.I I'. face and haggard startled eyes. luxurious appcannft.11, grows trace of the j| in the spring are mere frames in consequence thought they would \become historical,

"and they work so hard!I" I I Have you heard what has happened!" Too Bad, from which it was cut has long of the duL These ponies arc and be borne by. thousands named for
tump unlike
!" been snow-slide any ponies in the world. Theyare him and thus future
"Humph again spoke the old laJ, said he. "There has a since perpetuating to
"Girls with such white hands cant do | on Barren Mountain. The old canal. "Hullo, Billie, Merry Xmu. What diaapreared.TIUUiTLT about IS to 1- hands high, nearly generation a name otherwise kept im.
much hard work I guess0 ; boat U buried in snow ant} ice, and the did you get!" Professor \"irehowt Beriiu all sorrels or bay, anti ate AM UadM aortal by it's owner's service to lot fel

'But you dos know, mother? Clue a rocki and uprooted trees are hurled all "Got left. pcnn&a1' hat brought to his notice a and neatly; liraUJ. TL y kit the best: lowmeniloeton! Cultivator



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JOKER'S BUDGETS ,. '1TMtSSIO BBOOABS IN TAUaiEB.. ,*. Hero is the recipe for Leinfay: One Au'lmmewe Fana., The people at the \V orId'

Brtggs-That crcrcisthg mnchta* it I'1' heaping tea*r onful of salt in a quart of Dispensary of Buffalo, N. Y:'
cold water. To this'add three gills of In the '
extreme southwest of
really quite an ornament to your room. Philosophical Tramp And Mefldl- pearl grits wash la' one water. Place comer have a stock-taking time onc
lies the
YARNS BY FUNNY Griggs-Yes; that is what I got it for. largest producing
MEN' OF THE PRESS. -[Puck. cants of Morocco. saucepan on slow fire, and boil twenty in the world, measuring 100 mile north a year and what do you thin!

minutes, stirringr frequently to prevent and south, and twenty-five miles east and do ? Count the numbe
-- EAMtY OBTAI ED. Contrast the shivering, badgered existence lumps and scorching. When done it will west. It is owned and operated by a they

4 A Strong Hint-Ruffled and Yet Count Von Dnntone-Your enormously of the English beggar with the be IOn,not watery.and of a jelly-like con syndicate of northern capitalUts. The of bottles that've been returned

Amiable-Altogether Too High- wealthy American aristocracy has, alas, I pleasant lifo of a Moorish member of tho listen('). Eaten hot, with butter, it is 1,800,000 acre the tract were purchased by the men and womci

His Room Better Than no titles. I craft. For tho ninth part. of ft penny excellent. We always have with it meat. in 1893 from the State of Louisiana and
Hit Pierce'SGolden
Com- Miss Bronson-That's true; but thenwe which the fractional copper c6inage: of eggs or fish. from the Unitrd States government. ; who say that Dr.

pany, etc., etc.A can buy what few we need, you know. his country supplies him in the shape of Are Y.. I. Need fAre At.thot time it waR a vast prating land Medical Discovery or

BTROXO: m:: T. -{Life. blanquios, one'! hundred and fifty to the you In need of good ad vice J Po yon for the cattle of the few dealrrs of the Dr. Pierce's Favorite '-
franc, the beggar of Morocco can keep Salter from palpitation of the heart hare roil neighborhood ovtr 0rOO hUll of Imlf. Prescrij
fire.They wero roosting chestnuts In the LORD KOODLEBT AT ROVE. his rag: of soul and body very comfortably pell roil frequently* dlEjInew get;\ do tired foil without fool llstle oanneorex.ertlonf **.. and do. wild horses nail, cattle b.ing, hcrron. tion didn't do what- they said I

"What ridiculous games you have for together for the day. lo you *uffer from raumatlm! Now this immense I tract I i-i divided into it would do.
"I am going to call that chestnut by your towns-Conshohocken, Wcehaw- The sunshine alone represents meat and neuralgia, and other mytrrlou* sail unaccountable convenient stations
backache and In limbs and pasture or ranches,
,jour name, ken, Hobokcn -they are perfectly drink and clothes and to that pain '
coppers joint and bone* Do you feet nervoii; arc i, existing every six miles. Tho fencing And how do
"Why asked he. laughable," said Lord Noodleby. fortunate individual. No inexorable >01111e.pleoe at ntght and do your dream alone cost in the of 50- many you

won't"Because"it seems to be Cracked: and "Yes, our nomenclature is queer," "peeler" bid him move on, for there Is disturb heart beat your unevenly Are yon,aometlme excitable and hardly does beatIn )our. 000. The Southern neighborhood Pacific railway runs f think they havq, to countJ

pop. returned Hick "I suppose,"he added, no statute in his land to proclaim beg at all and at other time thumping like aaenuine for thirty-six miles through the farm. One in ten ? Not one in yfwr'
But he did.-[Boston Traveller. "your lordship lives most of the time"in ging a misdemeanor. There is so much Do yon worry over little things, An The has three .
London." not your 1r.ldu's disordered and year liver Inac company steamboats operating hundred I -
comfort in tho sunshine that ho docs '
RCFPLteD, AND TET AMIABLE. tive Are you troubled with Indlgeetlon audoonotlAU..n' on the waters of their estates, of
"Oh, no, Indeed. I'm almost alwaysat feel impelled to create an artificial Are you annoyed by any urinary which there 800 miles
"Was Elizabeth an amiable !" castle ditIhc'uItfl lo yon want to be cnred of alls urn are over navigable. remedies-
queen my at Pokcstogy-on-the-llikc warmth within him at the bar of tho near- Here are two
weakening ailments? Then Dr.John Ball They hate also an Icehouse bank
ue s a a
"Yes I think ,
so. -[New York Sun.DOMESTIC. est house of call when has pausedto
Charity Kanwtpariria.' It will make you strong and shipyard and a rice mill. one the Golden Medical Discovery : -
'In all
the I
pictures ever saw of her drop a penny in his greasy bat. perfect In trcry part.
the appeared to be somewhat ruffled." ECONOMY.: Xor for that matter has he for regulating and ja.
any greasychapeau ;
Daughter-Pa remembcr'you toldice Why I Ie a debt like !coffee Becauao the oon* A riea.la ....
you in hand for the reception ofpenn.orthsof tr It I* willed the lees grounds there are for the liver and purify
Of health and vigorating
HIGH. to save all the pieces of string front from complaint. rlrength and ot ealMlaod
compassion passers-by;
Miss Bilkins-Does your friend the store packages and wind them into a and let this be recorded to his credit! that I LAt>rta needing a "tonta or children wha comfort follow the tide of Syrup of Figs, ing the blood ; the other thej

tenor, ever reach high Clilr. ball Economical Plio-Yell dear. Did to whatever depth of poverty ho may by ,Bitter..building It U pleasant up, should to take take, cure Brown'Malaria Irom,' a* It act In harmony with nature to effectually hope of weakly womanhood"

Basso I my reduced ho sinks to tho indignityof Indlgeatlon.BUtouRneM clean the when costive bill
Well, yes, occasionally} never and Liver CoinplalDt system or and they've been sold
but when ho does it I is sucli: you 7 cast-off clothing. Make* the blood rich and pur ons ForaalelnfiOo! and bottles all
a very high i $1.00 by COrlf
"sea" that he is completely swamped by Daughter-Every bit, and it makes the Much more Saxon than Moor, in appearance -: The great secret of popularity I II to make INldlnc drunlllt.. years, sold by the million

It,-{Ba7.ar. cutest little ball ypu ever saw. Now I'm at rate, is tho red-haired everyone MtlsHwl with himielf, flnt and afterward --- tics sold under a JosiKvt
going to knit a bandy little bag to put it blind beggar lad who is generally to be *tall.flcd with you. There I II an organ-grinder who I I. *o nuaplrlonathathe ;

HIS KOOM BETTER THAN HIS COMPACT.: in. Give me a dollar and fifty cents for .seen hurrying and blundering at a reck. I(offered from nervous at'blanI pain, bell-punch. compel hi* monkey to carry a guarantee and not one in fivc'hundred

:MIss Giltodgc-You seem to be glad, zephyr, please.A less speed through tho crowded streets, and undermining wa*ileeplew at conntllullon.night. My dlrae Lr. Hull's w** can say :

papa, that Mr, Litewate, has gone west, PAISFCL MEMORY.: going nowhere in pacticular at a head. 8araaparllla restored my mo to health and I now work MART or penoni household are(eare broken Drown down from Iron over Bit.

and yet you said you liked him much "Grindstone, were evet a candidate long pace, which, if ho enjoyed the ache eolor sound and dreamless Bleep and .my ten rebuild the .,.t.m, aid dlgeitlon re- "It was not the medicine for'me .
you and laMltnde
better than all of other suitors. uso of his ho would dare pain trouble* m uoDlOre. moT ."11"_ of bile, and cure tualarla. A
eyes, hardly I
my for office asked his friend. Barton Whetllna' II. ..oel.A splendid toalo for women and chtldr.u. !I"
Giltcdgc, pore-You misunderstood "Yes, I went through a campaignonce attempt. It has been suggested, nol I
me,_ my dear. When vou asked my as nanditIate"repliet1 Grindstone, without some show of probability, that him.fool always find a greater fool to admire The great art to love your enemy ennui!*innever ;
_ And-is there '
ho derives his locks and Saxon losing might of man In him. any
opinion I said: "I liked him far and look of his face carroty
as a pain flitted across ,
Hew Girl JHade
away the best." I do.-I New York "but I lived it down, Kiljordan face from some fo-e1ather of hill of : EuiTon-I am tempted to alTO my exKrlence Thonoand of mother bless the name of pr. why you should! be the one.r 1

World.: lived it.down."Chicago[ Tribune. English birth, who in tho good piraticaldays for the benefit of other I ,ent |1 to John Hull for Inventing hi. I'I'I..hrlltc..lllr. And supposing are what
may havo fallen into tho hands { ,,& Jn., Columbus. 0., and received Hnll'i\ Worm Dratroyrm. t'hlldren lcao for you 1 ,
IT WAS ALL RIGHT. a lIne machlnn for plating with gold allvcr them and thry never fall to do goud.
ooon KOR BOTH. of Moorish son-rovers, turned icnegadc and nickel. The plating done*o nine every i do you lose ? Absolutely

New Minister (to young: lady whom he Peddler-What's that air bird in the to save his life, and completed his domestication person want work done. I Rot all the knlre It frequently turn out that the queen of nothing I .

Raw kissing a middle-aged nun)-Is that cage, ma'am by taking unto himself a the fork andJ."elrv: .m I can the plnte.flrn week I made In J4.W one diamond. 1*A knave of hearta. .
; -- --- '
----- -- --- ---
man a relative of yours? ,Farmer's Wife-That's a bald eagle. Moslem woman to wife. This boy has month I "f'tlttj clear profit. My brother w W r--tnnnnrEItQI -.., a. TH.

Young Lady (just engaged to the mid Ieddler-Yo don't say! Better try A picked up a trifle of pigeon-English and mnke SIO to$ J..r day nelllnn plnte Any .AGJN'1'B WA"TlI[ 9R

dle-aged man)-Ho is my "popper," sir. bottle of my hair-restorer, ma'am. It's turns it tq account in supplicating alms: one firm can for do circular a:* much by writing to the above 'thn"tCHRONIC e W'.AR: oxoxtarsip

good for man or bcast.J: "Givco penny to povcro blindo! If ho Yours truly .
THE WINDY WEATIICn. overhears you conversing in English in LucY. V. Bin ncr. COUGH NOW! j

weather's I DOMESTIC PEtCE. tho street ho fastens himself on you, Ladle*, _
Windy For It you do not It become .
< Hough on girls Old Doctor-How do you get along lays hold of you by whatever article of It troubled with any Female Complaint r'oi' L.NswpveN.may hrrof oonumptle. ..,.. '
t Who wear artiFicial !. with your husband now, Mrs. :Maguirut attire ho can clutch, and will on no account write me. State..a.... Cure: orrtaln and quick. ttenmtil Itrttlilland II...11.. i Trrm low. Particular and proof of cure there I* nothing like
<; curls; Mrs. )11guireYcry nicely, thank ye. let go till you have paid a ransom by mail mated. Hook on tVniale UlMae six .
lIe's dcad.-New York Weekly. for your lijerty. rents pontage. Mr*. Dr. Mary A. Brannou '
For when brcotcs Then there is your holy beggar-your Wanhlngton: 8t" Atlanta, Ua. SCOTT'SFMULSION "

Rudely blow, I ANOTHER TESTIMONIAL. mendicant saint: or santo," who being llew'a Tkla t Sm i U tbrnU-s.,.I_

Imitation "Is marriage a failure atllictod with paralysis of imbecility\ "'offer One lludred Lollr.rewsrd for ,I .kI..rto.ievy."!." hi* *..*>.
Locks must go. "Well," responded! Mrs. X. thoughtfully conceives himself thcrcfoio ono of the any case ot catarrn that etnnut be cured by e.. -XelV l"kIDIU.U'll'alarrh Cu.. tea valoh U>*r. .
York Journal.
"I think husbands are nicer thau chosen children of Allah, and levies his ... J. Cnttr Co., J'rop'.. Toledo. O. k**%... *n.h av
A TACTFCL HOSTESS. cats but not so nice us pugs.IEpoch.toML'LIMENTART. [ tax upon your piety rather than your We. toe undiralgned. have known Y J. (net<..*.<1*.|
charity. It is no matter to him that you l'hi She-Our friend Miss Dawson i h : perfectly honorable In all business IranMcliona. eunaosuTIOlt.
un.. owe no allegiance to Mahomet; on tho and financially able to carry ont any okllgatluurnadebyttiFlrUriu. BOOK. vita
well to-day. with contrary ho to make a particular .as7 ..inIS.'
Briggs-I've crow to pick appears|
He--Yes, she overexerted herself last got a WMIT TUUAX. Wuuleule Prugirblt, To!.. Of Pnro Cod Lirer Oil and mat Illuilra-
Watts. I intend to find out what he merit of fleecing "Christian dogs"of : do, 0.WALDISO.. as....TktrakMiTr
nijrht. meant by calling me small potatoes. their blanquios. "Nmtot": says ho KIKNAN A MARVIK, Wholesale HYPOPHO8PHITC8or k... a> '
She How ? I 1)ruggists.Toledo, O. ..n topaUr.
invited six Bragjrs-There ain't no harm in that.It by way of introduction, tupping him- Hair*Catarrh Cure I I. taken Internally, actIng Xjin** ...a *_u_ bm,5lO.UPSHI.tb.Sonth.riltaIStta'UPI'iLi.tY ,
He She dinner
persons to !isxcally a compliment this year to bo self ou tho breast, "unit pcccta-giveomo directly upon lb. bond and rauuuut ur. It I II almnt a* paUtalil a* milk far Jcwr" Mny year*kaveywe* Ueef .
and as not one of them was on speak.Ing called kind of ltoe'-Iludianllp'[ 1 Panto!" and iu further corroboration fac*.of the ivtUin. 'letlmonlali Rent free. betier. 111olb.r _,.alllKl Kmulelun. the ", .11110.. enc ...rt!. reee a.td ., .ke
terms with any of the others, sho had any Price 76c. per bottle voId by all dru'trl.La. A wuuderlul n..I1f'l'O\\uc.r, 41..... 01 SaleS of the viea>.drale Soldier of beads nudduu- .
olis Journal. produces a string -- U III'...... by tkoe wke fenskt with l.ky.MaaH '
to entertain each one separately and ut dies them before your eyes. Erie KaTTwity.Tht : JohMtoa,...........Jictiaa. mil Lifc.1,
the same time.-[Munscy'a Weekly. on, :MISERY! There is roofed street in Tangier popular Eastern Line I Is running solid I*the MUM fat which U.y *o 4Hpntly asS'
a tiny vrctlbuled train, consisting uf beautiful lay "....1, k.'" d. will\ D."" crow 1_ fig
I believe Fanny is making!: mo an which lies eiist and west, so that it coaches. Pullman sleeping and dining oar, Scoffs Emulsion krlllKt fiery plelnrM .llaleyDda4 .eerrow
OF VITAL IMPORTANCE.He said the I New York and 1.. told.bvtl Sllwl with biatoilita.l4.14
afghan, youth. was calling admits the sun into its recesses during between (Cincinnati Chicago, a *wMily
.. ...
via Lake ef Ike treat .1.\b.' U
-It's rather embarrassing, dear, there last night and she was working on certain hours only when his heat is mod. during Button. the All train season run, and paMenovr Cuautniiqna holding TiI..re poor Imitation. Oe (/>.g.suh.si. sal ta.Koria., Her I I.a book for the .I..tIit.t[.
for me to kiss you when your grand. it, but she wouldn't tell mo who or what crate. through ticket are privileged. to.top off at this CJeafe4.nte. to r...U to III.. the vivid M .

mother is here in the room. it was for." Here, as into a harbor of refuge, drift world-famed via N,Y..L. Eo"recort.W. It.lie H.sure your ticket reud For Coughs 0 Colds tkraWtOltll AIo._.....>ln*War. and.T tall..l.e r ..0.. "el I.Ute MUfcWk.1.1t lf)

She-Never mind that, love. She i Is "She tolj me. It is for you, but it is the beggarly remnants of decayed men ('ikuntlD,deer to U......" of*"r *''wkeKl

blind in 'one eye.lloSayaro not an"'dghlln. It'.one of a pair of car dicants, and coiling themselves up with. FlT8tnpped IltnToniiH.free No by Flu PH. after KLINE'tint OKBATXriiTr (lays n....I II>.>I.llclB.Ilk* were"the 5urvJ 0r17 of. *>*K*.l*win tat I".l ..

you sure wo are on the tabs. in their jelabs! only leaving their feet "*... Mar\'l'JuUll'lIr. Treatise and $:1 trial teeter, Iou II>.ro bom*. Tbt It SMI ...witklai -
right side f-[Epoch. sticking out in some chosen blot of sun. tuttle Ir.... Dr. Kline. Ml\ Arch tit.. I'lifla.. l'... DR. SCHENCK'S the reua el Try e*.,It I I.published. a'tat LOWranmor '
NOT APPRECIATED. ,.. UI.n.lt.uiaea. BAIIDMMI TOu"r .
MADE: HIM SICK. shine, sleep away the memory of their Timber, Mineral Farm T.andssnd lUm'tie* ...nuvUllUtllll'UTaD u o BLMAITU ocrtflOLDONuY ,.
Father-Did you break this vase I woes; and if it do not olfuud you to In MlMiourl. Kansas, TeXas and Arkauiuu, : BYCUISOHIPTIOM. .
St. Paul Mau (on railway train)-I Johnny--Yes, father; I can't lie. stand beside ouo of these kackfuls of bought and aold. Tyler* Co.. Kansas Cltjr.Mo. PULMONICSYRUP. A* Ih.d.m .i tot Ibis ou rtvoam .oe-jwlliA
Aoo *.. ..., ff M fa. will ke Ja,....
just makes mo sick to see the cheap wit Father-Indeed! Well\!, you won't be tho frint /
narrowly .
humanity pro lie Yen Ever NpeeaJalef ass pplloUoa tot*.>B lM*.r y Bamm ,all
that's /gottcu &*I about St. Paul and Minneapolis able to sit either when I am done with truding feet, und you will nee the toes Any penonMudlniru* their name ami, ad. wheMlre M*et a*Af eaU*he.J4. writofu.lens*
just as if there was a deadly you. Come along: to tho woodshed. and shut from time to time, like dress will receive Information that will lead aa4 quloklr .*our eholo of .Mrrttoiro
rivalry between them. [New York Herald. open to a fortune. ileni. Lewis Co., Security : II I.plw.nl to tk.tail tailrioM o. W. jpit-MNanAM rubiis err
tne claws of lobsters, in the excessive: But evalala of
Building K.D..a City Mo. *J a nirllcl.
II w.., lad it.. New
Stranger-Well, Isn't thero any? enjoyment of tho warmth and tho St. Paul Man Bless heart A QUESTION OF DEAFNESS.Hunter !Ae W*'*CblueM Headache Cure. Harm.IrMln Mb.BMtOonia III lota""III. I
your ; Ton
siesta. WINE A
Can it bo that effect quick and poiltlve In action World. .'urSa ..byall I>"'|(. ..,
not a particle. Each place is contributory possible you Suddenly, provoked at last out of all t'rDp..ld KFVOl.TKIt.rnrchu:
to tho other, and we all recognIze are getting deaf patience, one of the sleepers wakes and Adeler&Co..KSWyandoUet.KaniiaCltyMoOklabomaUulde: : ( J.H. Uohenck sod ... C.r.J.* Philadelphia.B.U.N> on. of th* ..!.- I2J. ii!
it. No feeling on the subject at all, sir Wyckes-Yes; I proposed to a girl Dr. IrakMl HMI/H a Wr.HHO.1trau. :
nits in a fury of resentment,
last week. up plunges hook.MapMitl; any whets Tb.pIIe.t mall arm. ir w ti
never was. Couldn't be, of course, his hand down deep into the fold of his nrecelntofMcu.'t'>l.rCo..KaiuLMClty.Mo.) .var "' d and the
Hunter-What has that to do with it ? BORE WELLS---1\AUIO! 5,14 rh.Ho. of all .ipcrla.tb .
sensible know. You ,
among people, you ragged robe, and after a brief but determined -- I i4aautalor.d lOodlb.iland54.k. sin.ti.ovduubl. .
, are on to St. Paul I )resume. i WyckesShe lent mo a deaf ear, and I oar Will"...101"-S ara th*mnnmuni.1 IeUnu. Manly ..sznmrrl' sad
your way ) resistance on tho purt of the flea, .5I'aaiLI'iiaS.VLitk.ydO0IE .,. :.::r... (iousthwtod ... :;\
Stranger-No, I am going Minneapo : forgot to return it. drugs it out iu triumph and having flung Life Is Misery : ", ..UI( soil fl, wramubi .Ipvl., oirstuliy tn.ij.7u't
PieriS.Y ao.hlp ins alec tl.y unrieui -
lis, to settle there. PEUSIKI.AOE IN HIE ANIMAL KIN000'f.'lIumnhl" it away from him, subside again into his 1 aWOKIl5R h.r r IN 111 Mfrll.slurs lf I (crab ll5pamaeeer' ,,are,,,. Vetl\::"" ';"P'*"1valby.lb.
St. Paul Man-Minneapolis? *Whatdo and I lWr. VAIL) Any iii., tuwlin cases. msul.ai.i., f..r..... I_ .I ablea
doze. ., ... ,
he rage to U UHISS.ilUuulw.LOCUIS !.f sold or gonuin. .rtIr '
you want to bury yourself in that miser. sneered tho ass as encountered Te Ihoaiud*ol i.opl I. who isis th. taluS atIn # .ovouIa Cataioauo' :I.on. .. but danwrona. The'lhitW1t'w .
able little hole for'- wYork the zebra. "You look like an tblr klood. Th. &C....... .......a by tb* draidfulnaalnf & NYMAN, .J i KI4IN .IIa'I't: pr. ar.ru .Un, uo. lb.to
[ Weekly.A I
escaped; convict." Origin of the Barlngs. aura sad otb'r m.alfMUtlan.of tbU di., .... TiffiN. OHlO.J,.. FREE all.1 Mawllaflrra'tBaiiM.aildnw*r* ..araaleeil i.rf..ukldatM To nary diuTIT pf Mtnl!..*
MATTER OP JIEGRCT. retorted the zebra "But are b.uad d."plio. TIt re U no .....djr vqual to l.l upon basing th. f.nnia. ., ao.1 I/ roar
"l'ossibly, Buod'i BVwMrtlU I... fcroful salt.b."...sod....., desist.... r.nn,supply you *. fnUr *ra|to*>lifn
would take loran ass." II SI.000 REWARD will nur.1'. iirainpl *a4 .*rt/uj .tunllom.Uo.1011. .
no one ever me .. P:
Dashaway-Do mind tobacco (oral of blood diMM W.know th>t It IIM B d the 'riJT| 01* nails.n| prlnne f"rql.h'i
'smoke Mrs. Bingo? Two centuries ago there lived at Bremen MtwMt auM and It will b...nl all who g i,.U a tilt i The....... reward will be paid for proof efhe SMITh & WESSON! 'I.
.. ( *IIM uf a better LI MI MI XT b.nIltOHAKT' ,
Mrs. Bingo-Oh, not at all. I am not in Germany, a pastor of the Luther. A book e.BtaiolacMat.toBt.1e..tI. aABOtlNO QlT: or *bou.r ty-MMtloa this. pei.,. Mprl.tflelJ. "'a... -
like some other women. Thero was old "One thing, Mrs. Bellows, I know an Church named Frau/ Baring, or Bucr- N. B. If yoa b.n d.cid.d to boy Hue I'.8.rMp-> Wonu h.iusdylbau MEKCHANI'I WOXK
said Bellows. the ministers of his rill*d.But h ladaeti to Uk..,", b.;. TAJLZTi. oldvvTw>....
Mrs. Summit; a whiff of tobacco smoke myself ing. In those days JOJlN
would drive her out of the room quick as "That's the trouble with yon Mr. order might bo men of great learning, Hood's Sarsaparllla I Mmhant't ilonug.OrlinZ am OU' ,.Co., -VASELINE-

wink. Bellows you know too many low people. but their circumstances were at the best .
Luekpnrl If Y.. S. A.
." New York Herald. John Sold,all drfsiua. Hi.J.for H Pr.pa.doijby .
Dashaway ( wish I had -[ moderate. His son, Baring. wentto ,
Low.ll __ -- POR A
thlur..htCu11y-I V.L HOOD 8 VO. OhlE.DOLLAftflhILa..ubias.a
known that was calling on her England and established himself as a w. oil)
daughter. WITH Till'IIN 1IUR. clothmakcr near Exeter: in Devonshire. 100 Doses One Dollar WHEN YOU VISIT ATLANTA, Ui.ally UoH-d j..oboJi ktalea, aU pf Ike foUowla artJob*.I

"My love is like the red, red rose," From the ranks of the cloth drapers and --- --- ---- - ..u.. Nice at IIM/K'M JKW. Om.Iwo-oaao.bottle of fmre TaMlfaM, Ueta

A nncTE. lie sang. She did not like tho air; the linen drapers quite as often svi from THE MEAT UDU8H IEMEDY.BEECHAM'S ..:.:;.r.IRY HTOKK, 73 Whitehall Mlraet.x 0..Iwo-ouno buttle ef TaMlhM roBwda.. li "

Mr. N"eIVed-What kind of pudding: is for others: now his music flows. among tho goldsmiths, the merchants PILLS J rj/t"< block and ljuvttt I'rlert in tin City.VSoclety OoSatotVshIa..4dCreea.*Cite of VaMllne CampkoTUe, ."V. IS"OB $5

that I You see his love had auburn hair.- and bankers were then recruited. John Embl m. a Specialty. 011 Cake ef TaoIlM Soap Biuowtail, ..Z le

Sirs. Sewed (archly). Guess. It has [Washington Post. Baring's son, }Francis! born in 1740, was For BUiou ail Henou Dlzorden"Worth fend RIB %Ua and gel a lulidJol.1 I'lo t.fny L..i OmIlW0-4uSoeIbo4Ps1'(5MmY.m4ig Vai.Of Vawllaoll4Mp.iq amtsdso M<**

something to do with the place honey. sent at an early age to learn the "art a Othe. a Box" bit sold Order )ou belong to. ; C

moons are often passed in. HER MIStAKE."how trade and iqyhtcry of a merchant, and for 25- Cents BAGGY 'O'lTIVKI.VKKMIUItW Orbr orfa .Wusps..p i4qli a.Udig mS Si pVmtHtu '

)Ir. N.-Ah, yes; a pudding. Very do you tell when there is any before he died he made himself, by consent BT .ALL DnrCiGIMTkl. KNEES Greey| pant stretcher t ma*W- CM MA Sei5$S.*per.ss'.4 urvnfunMu to a.a.i4* fro.is .

indeed. in this stone?" asked the first merchant in the world. 110wa. hIars.f AiuliwM sod sitar
good, Quite appropriate.Mrs. gold funny-looking d.|)M4 by .ud.nl at T
.. .. s.Ustc2Aksiu.
N. (I1l.:1rfully-1 m-racant a the dear girl who was being shown a director iu the Honorable East: India (.Joli..5.H b.t'.. aI(II "'bpn4.odnusi<.* *w la 1'iar and,owN ...<|own Kite.* WM. ladsJg Lba..br..ib PMMw at,Mf tie.. 44 Hialo Mi..no N.* JM V.
,c-c-cottage pudding.-[New York Her around the mint by an official. Company then one of the highest ReEuiLi; ; J. OlU'"1 Y. Ilk WuliwiUm MtraM, lluMoa.SHORfHANDjyJT -.

aId. "Why, we smelt it," lie replied. rewards to which a merchant iiLcr

Holding it to her pretty little nose, might hope to attain; for a time ho was AT HOME il ..Ba.a'tHUad Law UuM. ... It. % :lJ'd. UBc1IR!
ho remarked very innocently: "Why the great company':* chairman; for twen School of Lawtt&uAS .. ..... \ CONSINING pJ'f
Sprague Correspondence ... ." ..... I:. .b. iiTn.w-rtbMti $Mctoatu ii1Oy VURNITUMC.
Two professional: blind beggars. melt it. too, but I don't see anything; ty-two years ho sat in Parliament thena "_ brat.."II..... I reed II 10 ._.r.u .uSbI.g. AI; 'fo.. .. --S 1u.Oo- (
"I say Bill what makes me that disgusted about it to-Why, what are you laughIng far more exclusive body than it has be. & ...Z'&Xi&: & ..:,.UV'Cii'.. I'r. .. .15 \W blba4hO.- ,*11.145.05. ci I f _

with this biz I could chuck it up at?"-[Boston Traveller C'omelnder the extended miffragu; ia179'J Billl IRONFENCESIXTY L, a..

any day it, that bcin' supposed( to have IHKl E1.AI.S."Vhy : he was made a baronet; in 1810 he PENSIONSo'r.tPENSION 1. I TVUS real \\WNEEL
lost the use of our heycs we can't kick THE died. But his first title to honor i ill that : := .1 1 CEMETERY LAWN

when some bloke goes and drops a bogus do you bark at the moon?" be founded the house of Baring: His 11 It..... h.,.0..b.-,sad..a.......'.'.',,.'-a,'.-.'.,. I I I I CAtALOGUE FREt we,..n at u..P..ee 4 tt.A cr
coin inter tho 'at and then prancesoff asked the Tomcat. lOllS were the first Baring Brothers.- 'r.nI. a. .una............_ a t:. .I J.W.RICE.aTUHTa.CJl. 0.4:::.M.S dta.17.IC" iiii,' .TjI;

lookin vartuous, like as if he'd gone "Poor thing," answered the watchdog [New York Tribune. .....5MP luS Usia.4ou.a IPIC'C. HISS.. ....
chng JI/ l.d
tea .am p..a4.
u' done a Inset of charity,"--{J ucle.:: as he jingled hU chain; "haven't you CiTAR _...'J VK'! I ... $4,.au..a.--"hL..
ever heard that the moon exert: an influ- QtDmA
HEEDLESS 8TTE. enc, on the tied." Why Called Strawberries ? A XMAS HEALTH CIFT I

The picnic-that memory of days that A (Ex.rol. r Complete) 9B)
I b BBT or AL CiKvua f...,
are gone- Writers on the straw berry assume that Kooui Pot"Aa Ideal Cpl.. '
": (
How dear were the pleasures it gave us! A Good Word for Wigs. its name ia derived from the use of straw a C..pl M .J..I. baeeiop.M.! iit!
Though whenever we went we regrettedthe THE: POSITIVE: CURE. n III.* jorta. ..... 4k 5tIe.(... I*
aLout.the plants, to keep the earth from Pbv.icaIC.hlss.. ." sOfti.wc.Ckarse\.3..I.
fun, "The,bald heads ought to wear wig* stilling the Itvrrie This has been proved .- ELY BKOTBItlt M WJLOT* BUHewTorfcTblt J'r\c.eoocta.- )'I1.Ia'... Uiimb BVlai. *, Hulletf' M eta I I L
We couldn't help going to save us. Ad. '''0. C. OUWO Vucal A ;.-. iJ
used to do in old
or periwig as they untenable from the fact that there is no .. ,
CuUu JMX4 Mean
Biliousness | fAlot
And the youth (that immortal) who sits tmes! In Europe and even in this terna evidence from ancient authors on gardening mC J9

in the pie the learned barber. "A fine that straw used to a I'B&bii
tr1. sajs : wu any extent: Sick Headache .
The custard so placid and sunny, wig would improve their appearance and that could associate the berry with it, U P 1Ua..I pain M took of wlta r."

He feels like and knows that he looks make them look far younger than they and especially from the fact that tho I Malaria.8ILE I _ t ,. 'y.wt
like rtotur*,Paaai slia,naJled for 4 eenU. -lLw.\\
a guy. do with bare pates. Wig can be made name was evidently existent among; the A"......0___ Ollww Wtl'WbUebaU 8&
lIe laughs:: but he doesn't feel funny. to fit any bead very neatly and to look English peasantry long before the plant .I J. P. SMITH A CO., "'rv II". Sooa.ksoiga4aue.

The stricken is laid as well as the natural hair. They were had garden culture for Its fruits. Now Maker* of MBO- Bean*," BEANS HOME flJa.tk(, 5I5W5.5 p114"' ", ,

One orange-peel mi es the car ho'supinely pursuing ;. worn by the bald-headed Egyptian and the Kug. tntion i* that it might have been 255 fc_ 237.Grect.lcb 8U N. y. cite. I !'*...''._(;.II.laucat... tJiallt M.. 1iu.4aI-S b.* :?:

0, he step*on the corn of some fairpcrid tomans, and ia later times by aid-heads called strew or stray berry, from the I[ 1 ..-.tile> ..... fsU,_
maid all over ,Europe well as by our bald- habit of strewing itself over large tracts doe.. iiig (I S. Ih ea1
; ; < 0s.Ie .ibecaat.swb
headed tere America.. the medium of its
forefathers Theycan through I
And she angrily asks what he's dolns.Ha runners. 01_ .IL ..m"dl__
be made natural hair silk and of .I..t SWf4 U.ILUI01i.UAII.V.
or Pobsibly some one some day will upset .
bunds to the sexton who parses the Uedk-ioe. Recommend PbnicUn 51 )l.y;
Ee t Cough by .
color to suit the weoU'er I advise these sage .urm IItL It i i'l at Itiut clear
any 7
plate Cure* where ail eUa fulln* fleanont a ud agrecitblo to Er. W.kave said Blf 0 *rBuy
you as your scalpjos lost its lock to get from the use nl the word ia this voncee- 7SW5504 U Sam
A chip when he meant to give money, I CmWrto tak It objection. By druCION bM ..
On occasions like this it is needles ta a fine wig, and you will soon see how lion that the straw la strawberry meant I l ( =avTHE tae -

state you will Uu admired by the ladies," said something ia the past different from what I ; istuimmm 11 m N: cais. 11...DYC ib.

Ho laughs but be doesn't feel fuony. tbe learned barber to a bald beadrI Wit take it to mean iu Out tin*.-(New tail. .. 111.RoldbLs.umvsia
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INDIAN RIVER NARROWS But on the went side of this marsh

there Is. a strip ol 'cabbage hammock, ::c
--. and behind It a belt of pine land of the -, & H f'J 8 ;i CLOTHING
*:; B IJjfn
finest the soil rich B .
The traveller who knows no more of quality, of which Is a a ::r p

the Narrows than what he has seen from loam approaching the nature of clay In tS'O s HCO !;j &'
of boat in panning throngh, is Its retentiveness This belt is under. : g; & p
the deck a M..i' ced
sure to have can-led away very erroneous laid throughout by a stratum of a peculiar : '-' ;;! .iE: tt == g eM M HATS SI-IOES

ImpresMonft. The scenery is picturesque kind of limestone rock. A large g S c. & ,
portion of this belt is United States land CI D Q PFuB :1x i.ii
enough; the wide expanse of the river (Is x: : a JUST RECEIVED
main channels and most of it has been entered by home [ ( cr.y:
two by
broken into numerous ".

between evergreen being: sometimes Islands wide, the and passages deep steaders.Near Duck Point Mr. King Is at workon o.., CO 0 0 c r-::.>. B J o: F:1: : :; Fz.5 == AT THE :BAZA.AEl.:

grove and garden. So is Mr. W. : # oc.C'e : "
enough for sailboat of some size to ; Mh1r4W t71 _M O O rda
heat through. But the evergreen Is the KltchlnR. Near J. T. Gray's place Mr. == ".'.. .. ..en. ", : : 0 II
evergreen of mangroves: ; they not only Weir has taken up a homestead], and Is =: 'I K i".11 d :O ; S (j) 0 Sales
to back his dH a m Special Every Monday
ready al1comei'll.
!supply all the verdure of the many isles vegetables against :: irJJ w p ,
= Wb '
South of him Is
Mr. Robert
and Islets, but they also fringe both e1 r+ : : U
5 o
Ayres, who Is also a bee-keeper. Near m&.l=I
main river '""
the '
shores effectually
shutting out from the eye all that lies him Mr. A. VanValkenburgh. I r Doom; 2&CI !II> =.. :' .:! :1'' !""!' J. P. TURNER & COGroceries

behind, except that on the cast shore the South of the latter, but outside the ;: So e; sn :' j HM
heads of cabbage trees and in Narrows, are Messrs. bless, Bass, Hughes e :r: rA+ s.1tJ"fdt -:::
plumed ; :
Gifford and Wllollsey. And further UJ a n -. S .' :::BRA: :: Y
the distance, on the west shore, the o S' oq ;; =: H E. L. ,
south still by a mile or so Is the valuable [ rnA COOBI: si' g5" I
branches of trees show r
spreading pine t:: :: ;
them. property of Mr. Baugh. o raf !; 5e: Ii tv '+ Garden Seed
above :i Grain Hay Fertilizer.
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waters of the Narrows affords excellent It' ... .., g ; ,
Again, the signs of habitation are few tj "IS LI ,
>and far between Here and there a few fishing. There are miles of oys- a ;: fI dmOCD .05tig ,... .00... ;:' I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of
ter beds which only need Intelligent man .Ic. (j) 0 ::
yards of the mangrove front have been ipulation to become very remunerative.Deer r m _&1 8 StJiple Ac Fancy Groceries, Fruit

cut away, and a house or two may be may be had for the seeking, and t CD o m And Food ProductsOf

Been, but the general Impression left on when our hunters grow tired of venison ttj..,. g J" All Kinds. Also My Stock of *

the mind of the passer-by is that the they find variety in an occasional bait of I M: 0- _-e. s Grain Hay Bran .Cotton Seed Meal
tide of Immigration has found nothing beAr-meat. Ducks frequent the marshon C .B HPBREYARD 0 ) ,
here to arrest it, and has flowed steadily .en I I\ Ground Food and "'heat.I .
the side and curlews
west and
by to more favored spots. quail am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively in the above line of
are plentiful. Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I invite your correspondence and solicit
It will, therefore, IK a surprise to Surf-fishing has not hitherto received COUNTY JAMES HOLMES, President. your patronage. Very truly,
to ]learn that behind the 4 33. I,. BI3A1 )Y.
many mangrovesthat any attention, but that it would amply ALBERT A. TAYLOR, Secretary.
fringe-and only fringe- the peninsula repay the sportsman has been shown by

to the east of the river there l lean the splendid hauls both with pole and STATE. BANK GEORGE M. ROBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM,

almost unbroken stretch-ten miles net which have been recently made by' INDIAN RIVER Attorney-at-Law': Attorney-at-Law.

long-of cabbage and oak hammock, Keeper Wingood of the Bethel Creek

equalling In beauty and fertility the House of Refuge. COCOA, FLORIDA Robbins & Graham

bust hammocks In the county. Hero the There Is no Government land to be REAL ESTATE ,

cabbage palmetto is to be found in per. had in the Narrows except on the westside CAPITAL:

ructlon, growing so collely,11 to makean where also some good'Canal lands Paid Up, $2 $,000.

unbroken shade; while diversity Is may be obtained. Land in the East side Authorized EXCHANGE Real Estate Dealers.
alforded by largo oaks, mulberries of hammock may be obtained at prices $1OOOOO. ,

considerable size, bay and, occasionally, ranging from $10 to $100 per acre accord-
Is Now OPEN and for
hardwoods of tropical varieties. Then Ing to location. If there is no droughtthis Fully Equipped COCOA Indian River FLA. ALL KINDS OF PROPERTY BOUGHT, SOLD, AND EXCHANGED.

.arnellll of Old Ocean-the peninsula winter such AS we had last year, the Banking in all its Branches. C
Members of Brcvard Abstract of Title
from mile to of mile Company.
.ranges a quarter a district will make a record for itself In
la width\ ] -makes the climate at all times BUSINESS SOLICITED.

lclight/ul; while the' wide, salt river, demand Money to Loan on Approved Security. Property of All Kinds Bought, Sold and. Titusville, Brcvard Co., Florida.

with its chain of mangrove l Islet'sfor, lands.IJlggest .
DIRECTORS Exchanged. P. O. Box, 2;;0.
wind-breaks, acts as an effectual barrier :
frosts.' Bargain on Indian River. AI.HKUT A. TAYLOR, President. We Buy niul Sell All Kinds: of neal Estate, and are Sole Agents for a
against: ]large list of carefully-selected Properties in all parts of Brevard county.
JAMKS HOLMES Vice-president.
The soil of this belt of hammock varies All Inquiries will be promptlyand RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, location and value of any Pro
Forty acres of first class and '
orange R. B. HOLMES, Cashier. perty,on Indian River
Is to there Is
consherably-that say, garden land, one-half mile from Mlms 11 J. M. SANDERS, J. K. WOOTEs': reliably answered. 11 Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are unequalledand
good soil and better soil. Some of 1 It Is effort will be made to satisfaction to
station. Part, the prettiest hickory every give perfect intending Purchasmwho
exceedingly] rich, and la suited for favor with their .
any may us patronage.No
hammock In this section, balance,
kind of culture, from orange and sugar- very Properties listed unless the Title Is Perfect.Special _
rich muck. Red suh-Holl, no marl. The Clyde Steamship attention to Colonies and
nine downwards. Some of It is less given Syndicates desiring large bodies of Low-
Choice building site on a hill in grove of Priced Lands.
suited to mango and cane, but on it Write for
large oaks and hickories. Equal to any Descriptive Catalogue.
lemons, limes and bananas will thrive, location at Rocklodgo for natural beauty. New York, Charleston and Florida Lines.
while the grape-vino wild and
grows Transportation, hotel, stores, school,

flourishes.' pleasant society. Plenty of labor, etc., magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed EDWARD STILING
Nearly all of it Is suitable for truck
close by. Price, $1,000. Two years time to sail as follows :
/arming; and to this, as the speediest if desired. Robbins &: Graham, Titus .
means of making a livelihood, nearly all ville, or U. Roberts, Mlms. 10* From New York From JarkiinnTtlle.Florida. I Cocoa Indian River Florida
the Narrows' settlers are now turning (1'Ier20. E. ]t.) STEAMER ,

their: attention. Special Bargains. Wednesday, !\OOY. 2nth, lit 3 r, 1I..AUJQXQlrIX.TtuIA'lay. Dt>c. 2,1. at 8.30 A. M. Dealer In
Friday, Nov.2that3: P.II..Y.IA SSEF: :."........Thursday. lIeo. 4tb. at le a. x.
""Settlers! It will be said, "why not Monday, 11t>C. Int. atS P. M"CIIEIuKEF.snnday: 1 leO, 'Ith, at 1200 Nam.
For Sale by Ilobbln A Graham. Wednesday o. 3.1. at3 P. 5.1WLAWAItE.Tuesday. ll o.Jth, at 1.30 5, Paints Hardware Stoves Tinware &
hall-a dozun houses can be seen from the Friday Dec. nth, at 3 P.5.1\EMINOLF.ThursIav. ]kc. 11th, at 2.30 r. M, Agateware
river!" True but of that 1st. A small grove of 800 trees upona Monday, Iwo "that3... M..IUOlllTOI14, ..,.......lIu tlny. lleo. lath at IIJO A. M. ,
: ; long long Wednesday Deo. loth, at 3 P. M."AlAiONQtIN..Tueerhty. ]k4). Jtlth, at 7'00 A. M.
stretch 'of hammock every foot belongsto five acre lot In Turnbull Hammock, Friday, Deo. 12th, at 3 P. JI..YKMAI\\; ........Thul"lulay, Ika. Idtb, at 9.30 A. M. PLUMBERS' A MILL SUPPLIES, OILS, GLASS & YUTTY, TABLE
Monday, ]k0.16that3p.M.'IIEiUKEE".......Sunday, 1kc 210t. at 19.WNon, &
private owners, and most of then are one mile north of town. Some of the Wednesday, Dee. I1th.at3 P. JI..I\EII1"0./.' ........ 'rues..ay. ] 251, .t 1.30 P. M. POCKET CUTLERY BARBED WIRE, WIRE NETTING,
resident Most of the l Isolated trees are bearing ((12 years old). Price Friday, Deo. luth, at 3 P. ..... () .......... tlay, Uec. lath, at 2.30 P. JI & WIRE CLOTH.tT' .
are Monday Uec.2'.lll. at3 P. 5.M'AIA1ONQIIIN.Sunday, }ltIo. 28th, at 11111 A, M'
upon the homesteads, and out of $1000. Wednesday, Duo. 24th at 3 P. 5."YEMASSEK.Tuesday. 1ko. :Bah, at 6n A M''
Friday, Deo. :liUth! at 3 P.5'IiEIuKEI. "........Tbur.ttuy, Jan. bt, at 8,00 AS
view. 2nd. Forty acres of Turnbull Hammock !Monday l>eo. :liiith, at 3 P, ........I\EII1"0...:.. .........flun ay. Jan. 4th. at 10,00 A. II'
near Jones &: Wiley's farm, (net Wednesday, Deo. 31st at3 P. 5..1ltOQUO1S.Tueaday, Jao. bth. at 12,00 Noon: vi ,
There are a few small settlements
of s w i of sec 5, t 21, r 35) at $3JS.OO per New. .
at Orchid antI LaHocho's island. Thereare
acre. One third cash, balance In five I
already three postofficos-Orchid, St. Johns River Line. w
years at 8 per cent, or will lease for five
Enos and Narrows; and there Is a demand
years at $3.50 per acre, per annum, with
for a fourth.. For Sanford Enterprise and Intermediate Points Q
privilege of purchase at above price. An ,. on
Major Dawson, of Narrows, keeps astore excellent chance for party of limited the St. JohnsRiver. "
. for the convenience of his nelghl .
means to acquire a fine property.3rd.
>ors, and l Is most courteous and obliging. Choice selections of high ham- The elegant Iron Shle-wbeell\teamer. -
Major's homestead-Is
mock land, within one mile of Mlms ,
making a record garden truck. station, in lots to suit, from five acres A. SHAW, sass, BLXNJ; :>S, $B.XOK,
Enos has a fine future before It in the up, at $30.00 per acre. No better land 'F DE BABY," Limo & Cement, Shingles & Lath.

matter of groves and gardens, and Its in the State as to quality, healthful location Capt. T. W. LUND, Jr., Guns, Ammunition and Fishing Tackle of all kinds. Ship Chandlery Goods,Gauze
front is luld out In sites for winter residences' or shipping facilities. Easy terms Are appointed to sail froui'Jacksonville dally except, dally except Sunday. Saturday, at 9. a. m.SOUTHBOUND. .at 3JO p. m., and from Sanford, Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasoline Stoves, Coffins and Caskets;

to actual settlers.4th. ARTESIAN WELL PIPE a Specialty. Lawn Mowers, Ice
SCHEDULENORTHBOUND. Cream Freezers Brick, Lime Cement
; and
Near it Mr. E. L. Gray, an old and respected Good, high, large size lots, east stead Down Head Up. Chimney &

settler has long ago demon tra- of Ice Factory, at $40.00 each.e18tf LaaveSJO" 8.00 p, u...... .................... ....Jacksonville 1'alatka ..............................Leave.Arrive 11.45 List p. M.. Table and Pocket Cutlery Pipe; Mouldings; Flags ; ,Bunting Scroll Work; etc., etc. '
what can be done with bananas.Mr. 1.10 A.P. M M:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::..Astor.:'.:::::::'.:'.::::::::w.:::::: a.oo p.p. : Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free on application. Correspondence
LOCAL NEWS. 2.4.14. M........ ...'..... ....,.... ...St. ..rano'......... .................... 12.4. P. JI' solicited and estimates furnished 9
C. C. CurtUs' place on Pine Island (6.00 A. H........ ........ ....<... ....lieresforil............................ 11.4.1 A. JI'; promptly. .
Is beautiful. The 6.00 A. N. Springs. .......................... 11.00 A. JI'Arrlve
rapidly becoming .OII A. M............ ..................Sanford.. .... ........ .............. 9.00 A. II'
pretty and most appropriately named ... 8.13 A. M..........*........... .. .. ...Enterprise............ ........ .... .... *' 11.30 A. JI'
settlement of Orchid is steadily improv Continued from Page 1. General Passenger and Ticket Off ice, 88 W Bay St., Jacksonville:

ing. Its enterprising founder,"Mr. Fors- -Next Sunday l la the fourth Sundayin F. M. IllONMONOEH!: Jr. Florida TasMtnerr" Agent M West Bay St.' ,Jacksonville Fla. J. S. Watson Co.
J.It. FKI.OT. Freight Agent on wharf foot 1Logan Street.Jacksonville, Fla. i
ter, has given it an artesian well with a Advent.Mr. JOHN L. HOWAUU. Florida Freight| Agent foot Laura Street, Jacksonville.Fla.
fine tlow of water which will the J. A.LKSL1K.: SuiKTintendant, fout lAura Street JacksonrUle Fla.T1IKO. ,
ensure R. II. Little of New York
was U.IUIK.!: TraHto Manager,6 Howling Green New York.
success of Its little community of experienced in town Saturday M AUMH ALL H. CLYDE.Asst.Trafllo Manager t Bowling Green New York.

fanners. -Mr. }o'. r. Haasler, of Averill gave WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Gen'l Agents., Commission

Eastward of Major Dawson't, Mr. R. our office a call on Monday. It South Whanrw, Philadelphia.. 0 Bowling Green,New York.
Burton, a retired English army officer, ANDx
-Two more steamer have been char-
has gone extensively Into gardening

operations. The beautiful Island knownas tered to to take England cargoes from of Florida the port phosphate of- FORWARDING MERCHANTS

La Roches' has been occupied and Is Fernandlna. Dry Goods Carpets Matting Etc. !

being rapidly brought under cultivationby ,
several families from Middle Florida. -Mr. John L. Howard, the Florida
Further south Mr. Louis Stoeckel has freight agent of the Clyde Lyne, arrived "WJiolosevlo ct: ZlotAll. Dealers in Fertilizers

caught the Infection and is laying out here on Monday. He stopped in town We claim to have the Largest Selection in the State. Our prices compare favor. ,

his place In garden truck, while just yesterday, and today he started for his ably with the prices North. Special attention paid to.orders and correspondence. P. IICllCI'fii901l As Oo's Garden Seeds

north of Dawson's Mr. Keiffer's Intelligent place at St Luele today.Mr. We keep from the Cheapest to the Best Grade.

induktry has been repaid by an assured -: Budinot PrItchard arrived in Describe your wants and the right goods will come. Orange Boxes (Crates & paper.
success. town Saturday evening, from the Huntsville ,

Transportation facilities are excellent, (Ala.) Military Acadamy, to spend :Eoh i1 F-urchgott cSs Co. ,
as the steamers pass daily, and the onlyserious the Christmas holidays with his parents PLASTER & HAIR. AGENTS FOR OCALA LIMB{

drawdack with which the firmer lie Is looking remarkably well, which J'.A.C iSONVILLE, FLA. Agents for the C. F. T. REFRIGERATOR CARS. I i

has to contend Is the tendency of goes a lone way to prove that the place OclT-Smo
Will FumUh Can When D..lr 4
of th'rainfall to expend itself on the where he has been at school agrees with d. and M that the,are properly LOADED.ICED.W
< boat. OrUndo RtcorJ.Mr ED. and TRACED to Destination. ..
west side of the river. Artesian wells him. by a passing -Palatka. from her position undoubtedly i

and windmills will ultimately overcome -Judge J. D. Beggs and Mr. Percy -: J, M. Lee proprietor of the could control the entire up river We will will Buy all kinds of Fruits, Vegetables, Furs and Skins; in fact

this difficulty. Jackson returned last night from Juno, Waukesha hotel at Waukesha Wla., and trade, and this country now improving, we Buy and Sell anything offered to us.

The west side of the river i* even lew the county seat of Dade county, where Hotel Indian River at Rockledge Fla., is certainly worth looking after. By a Correspondence solicited on any wants you may have.

known than the Peninsula From Duck they have been attending court for sometime with Mrs. Lee, child and nurse, accompanied recent arrangement between the Clyde Respectfully J. .S. WATSON* CO

Point a tract of marsh varying la width past. They report that while tn by Miss Q. L. Grant, of' St Augustine and the W. A A. R. R. from Beresfordto .--J

from a hundred yard to half a mile route down the Indian river to Juno In r* mutt to the Hotel Indian roVe New Smyrna, thence South on the

stretches along for many miles except rounding a bend In the river, the heavy I er, have been stopping at the EverettMr. Halifax and Indian rivers by the new "Advocate" Job Officf

just opposite Hole-ln-th Wall where It wind grounded the boat on an oyster Lee U one of the best known hotel with steamboat the exception line we of have about practically twenty, Printing

i* broken by-lgr. J, T. Gray's holding bed, where they were compelled to stay men In the United States and a catererof miles, an all-water line to Lake Worth. HAS A
a rich muck hammock. .63 hours, until assistance was rendered no mean ability.-Itetropolii. Palatka Herald. COMPLETE OUTFIT OF NEW TYPE OF TilE LATEST ,


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