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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: January 2, 1891
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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manner in which she got up the bills of delivered a fine address, and was well re to Maine, think of Christmas? It was offer was accepted by that estimable time since Its organization; wiped out IU. i
fare. Mrs. W. B. Peck, Mrs. Geo. A. ceived. Next on the programme was a so large that very .few, besides the distributors lady. When that elegant little yacht entire Indebtedness a few months ago q
Peck, Mrs. Hart, and the Misses Ida recitation "Jolly Old Santa Claus," by could Kef"into the room with glided away front Mr. Casper's wharf, An Electric Light Company has been or ,
Beard, Helen Cannan and Mary Mullen Miss Eliza; English, a little girl of four It. and It bore a heavy crop of presents. she had on board, her master, Mr. Chns ganlzcd on a substantial basis, and will ,'. a
worked like Trojans to turn the dining- years of age. She was received with All had a chance to see the tree before It Merrill, his fclfe. his mother, and his bo In active operation in a few weeks., ,
a Indian River. Interesting Events : room into a little fairy palace; and we great applause, coming forward a second was despoiled of its pretty fruit. Such younger brother henry, the pilot, Henry The City Wharf Is being extended In a ". f
are confident everyone appreciated their time. The audience was so pleased with lot of well-behaved: children as Casper, and his mother; Mr. McMillanand substantial manner to the channel and "
That Occurred untiring efforts to impart to the hotel the recitations of the "little dot" that all trooped around that tree are seldom soon family; Mr. Mathers and wife, and a the matter\ of providing fire protection, U "'1 '1

the picturesque and Christmas-like ap- sang the grand old Coronation. Next anywhere. The very youngest ones slept certain melancholy individual whose assuming definite Ihnl\{ .
pearance that it presented on. tills festive was a reading by Miss Markley, the pop- through It all-twelve babies asleep none name It Is not necessary to mention here. eting steamboat line has boon s' '
Titusvllle. occasion. ular Rockledge teacher, who ably sustained room-just think of It. The launch was to pick up people at time organized mainly through the enterprise! !
her reputation as an accomplished\ On each side of the hall-way was a various landing stages along the way. of citizens of Tit lilY 1110, and Is In successful *.
Christmas Day on Indian River and THE GRAND VIKW. reader and elocutionist. Mrs. Loring, a room sufficiently large for one Ret to It would be Impossible to give a list of operation, having opened the long. '
Lake Worth section was a beautiful day, We understand that Host Mabbettedid guest of the Rockledge hotel, then sung dance In, besides accommodating quite a all who were there that night, as It would looked-for up-rivor route, and given Ti- I
nd one long to be remembered, the sun his guests: and friends justice on a beautiful solo, at the close of which number of spectators. The violinists fill a column In the ADVOCATE. Mr. tusvlllo, as well M down-river points 45
in all Its and Christmas Day, by supplying them with she was presented with a beautiful bouquet occupied the hall. The Smith brothers' Stewm"t's largo house was filled to over competition the matter of transportslion. t
hiDing glory! everyone apingdelighted a dinner of a. most rrrhercha description. : by the ladles of Cocoa; continued orchestra, of Sebastian, was engaged to flowing. MOSRLKY. A Loan and Trust Company with

over the warmth of BAILING PARTIES. applause induced her to re-appear later: tho music, but on account of the I abundant capital, Is being organized
the weather on this occasion, while our Several on. Next was a recitation by Miss light, head wind did not arrive until halfan and Mr. Young tolls us lie is going to
orthern friends were keeping watch sailing parties were out Christmas Maud Hardce, of Rockledge, which was hour after the dancing commenced.Mr. !. have a first-class hotel to ornament the
the weather and delightful
much-needed Day, warm well delivered and greeted with ap Preston McMillan and another gent City Point. river front of his property before another
ver their fires. breeze being very tempting.: plause. Next was "Rook of Ages," leman, whose name the reporter did not Christmas passed very pleasantly to season. A lumber company' hall bees
Everything passed of satisfactorily, One of the principle yachts sailing on recited by Miss Gilbrath,, of Cocoa, pet, volunteered their services until the tho people of our neighborhood. Sumo organized and has panned beyond the
|and the people on the East Const seemed the river in the afternoon was Mr. E. B.Wager's which was well received. The literary band arrived. Mr. Corbet, a young Georgia attended the Christmas tree at Cocoa: In experimental stage. But enough; Wa

to enjoy the day. In many homes the Wager Mrs.sloop[ Dennis Naiade,Mrs.with'E.Mrs.B. Josie part concluded, the Sunday School Superintendent violinist, bus joined the Smith bro the Methodist. church, which was beautifully will I not attempt to enumerate the manyenterprises ,,
Wager, the medals thers' orchestra and is valuable decorated. The weather was warm '
presented gold quite a of substantial character }
children had Christmas trees and also Miss Eva Clapper Mr. and Mrs. J. O. a
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to the successful pupils and the $"> prize addition to that popular string and delightful. that have boon successfully launched
Walton and Claude of Eau Gallie already
bung up their: stockings; before day- Mr. J. W. son Mr.( C. II. Walton), to the successful teacher "God be with band. Charley m, who usually within tho 'past few Months. Sufficient k
break they were hustling around to find board.Huntington Mr., Ellis you 'till we meet again" was then sung dances early, and dances: often, did not has been said to show that 181)0 has been,
out whether Santa Claus had paid them etc.usual, on was in command. Wager, as by the congregation. Mr. Chatfleld, of "sail In" with customary enthusiasm.He THE NEW YEAR. i year full of progress; for Titusvllle, and
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Rockledge rendered valuable aid to the told the that ho
I the and left them reporter was gettingtoo everything tends to prove that the new
a visit during night a TilE FOX IICNT. music with hU cornet, and his wife with old to dance. Too bad. Ho Is a year, If we can judgo by It. opening ;
I Christmas box; while some of the older On Christmas morning, about ten the organ. Miss Florrie Hanleo presided little past thirty as most every one on signs, will>e even more prosperous.

I boy and girls, who failed to hangout o'clock, about one hundred persons as our organist, assisted Gould Miss the River knows. and A GlanceAt While the paper for the past few
I theft stockings, were reached by other gathered together to witness a. fox hunt. Ollie Lapham, Mr. and Mrs. Miss There was a certain ancient mariner Retrospective Prospective. weeks have boon full of failures and business .
Several remembered the The fox was carried in a box to Wash Loring, Mr. and Mrs. C'hattleld, Mr. Ver- there that evening who wasn't too old to disasters, we find It mmecrntmry to
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means. beke and the Missus Hardee Eyer and dance. The "Hennlt" doesn't mention record In this '
ington avenue, and there allowed to escape a single ono community a +
{churches, many receiving handsome presents into the scrub a just before the Lapham, composed of the choir, which any names, for the very good reason, that the Old Year .& Hopes for the to the credit, or rather discredit of the t.
I which made the eyes of old and hounds arrived. After a soul-Inspiring led tl.e singing. Old Santa Clans came ho is threatened with vengeance most Now. dead your e
I young glisten with joy and their countenances and exciting chase of about an hour, the next in the person of Mr. Gabriel Gin- dire by the Captain If he says anything Up and down the liver similar condition t?
beam with such smiles that dogs nard up a tree, where he grass, of Rocklcdge,. who played his partto about him in the ADVOCATE.: This old It Is customary as wo enter a now yearto of prosperity prevails. Tho pineapple -
was captured and brought hack in triumph perfection and to tho great delight of navigator, who b -way Is an excellent contemplate time one we have just Industry has awakened Interest
cast a radiancy of light and genuine to the Indian River Hotel, unin- tho little folks. The presents. were then dancer, was bon on thu banks of closed as It fades from our vision, and fur and I wldo, and the acreage !has been <

I good humor around that was pleasant to jured, and he is now held In durancevile distributed, and the meeting closed un- the Clyde more than fifty years ago. His profit which the mistakes and experiences nearly doubled during the past twelve
showing that the giving and re- awaiting the next hunt. Amongthe til next Christmas-Eve. parents belonged to that venerable with It almundod. Almost every mouths. On Merrills Island, and In the
notice : Thanks due to : church known the "old kirk Individual who thinks at all has felt himself .
mounted hunters were Messrs. Lewis, are our Episcopal as consequently Narrows, the vegetable !grower has not (
I ccivlng of the presents was thoroughly Hutchlnson Mersey,tune Smith Yard friends for the use of their church chairs, he was brought up "In the unc- Impelled during the past few days to bt'elIdlQ, and the next few months will
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I enjoyed by both sides. McCabe and others. and to Captain Paddlsoii for making a ture and admonition of the Lord," and allow his thoughts to wander along the witness tho shipment of such a
The evening, like the day, turned out special trip with the Sweeney to bring taught to keep thu "Saw bath." All kinds channels we have taken, and only the of produce in this lino, that the super sy
DCCK AND QUAIL 6IIOOTINO:: the from and of amusements were and dancingwas breast of each one can tell how "
I delightful and the moon-which was people Rockledge Coquina, wrong, many ority of our soil and climate In this particular
Was largely indulged in by the various which crowd helped to make, u the a most hcnlous 1111Now It is hopes they cherished have died with the pursuit, will become as proverbial ;
full-shone forth in all her brilliancy; hunters, who were very successful in largest assembly every gathered tin Co- strange that the boy did not love to live departing year Many an eye will become as our unpiiralullud facilities for tho culture 3 t
BO much so, that many were enabled to their expeditions. coa. Wishing the ADVOCATE a Happy In such a holy atmosphere. But It is a moist as they call certain sad of citrus fruits. The orange crop
I read by its :powerful and silvery light. Now Year, I sign myself "Observer." fact-he didnt-and before he had finished scenes In which they were actors during for the post year ban been largo and the
few of the at- ( the course at the Latin school, ho 1800; while tho faces of others will prices probably more satisfactory! than ,
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following were a Cocoa. slipped oft and wont to ..01For the brighten as they recall the realization of were ever obtained before. Taken as a
| tractions of.the Christmas season: last fifteen or twenty years he has been ambitions, projects hopes and longings whole, 1WK) has boon exceedingly kindto
THE' METHODIST CHUltCH The bright and joyful Christmas festivities LnGrnngc. sailing a sloop-rigged dry-goods and which were mere dreams year ago. the Indian River country. Providence
with Its stories of Santa Claus, Quite a party boarded a large sailboat grocery store on these East Florida la Each individual will recall according has smiled upon tho efforts of our people
crowded Christmas Eve
Was quite on which have been so full of interest to the Christmas their destination Now mind ly as Providence willed it the chapters
those who to witness the festi morning, goons. you, no names are and In taking a retrospect, wo have
by came introduced little folk, have passed once more. being Grand Old Ocean. The weatherwas mentlonell-the "Hermit" doesn't wantto of the dead year with joy or sorrow, or much to bo thankful for. in conclusion
vities. The programme was a Never has our community had so muchto as mild as If it were spring, and the fly back into the saw-palmetto' thicket perhaps with a mingling of both so even- I we have only to hope that tho prosperitywe
who took in it and
credit to those part ; say and do to help enliven this boll- sailing! up to the new canal fine. There and hide whenever the trading sloop, ly balanced, that while they have muchto now enjoy may continue and that
of
the Christmas tree was a source joy day season. Nearly all of our merchant was no trouble /going through, but after "Agnes," drops anchor before his solitary regret, they can also recall much to our prospect\ of un nnparaluliotl season
to the little ones. The church was prettily carried stocks of Christmas goods: which getting Into the lagoon their was some door. be thankful url; and to each heart we of activity! may bo realized, and to wish,
the
and the of
decorated bedecked, with sight filled largo the they were fortunate enough to disposeof difficulty going across, and the party did The authors say, that it Is against the leave its own particular thoughts whilewe our readers, o .nand all, "A lUrpr AoPuusrEiiouH
tree
presents, ; and the Christmas trees have been not get: to the beach until after dark; principles of the reviewers to read a book glance at the history of our community NEw: YEAIL"LOCAL .
little children's hearts with profoundjoy. loaded with nice presents. By a fortunate before whole. the last half of .
but fair Luna put on her brightest colors writing their criticisms upon it, as a During
Among those on the programmewho arrangement this year, Cocoa, Rock- and shone out in all her splendor, enhancing and the artists complain: that the art the past year the development of Titus
delighted the audience were: The ledge and Merritt had entertainments on the beauty all around. All enjoyed critics don't know how to paint. The ville has been extremely satisfactory. NEWS. :
Misses Lillie Turner, Lennie Ender, different evenings, resulting in a succession the moonlight walk on the beach "Hermit" doesn't know how to dance, The ADVOCATE only came Into existence t :.,
Carrie Gruber, Clara Vanlandingham, of the most enjoyable occasions ever and returned late to the boat, where all but he considers himself competent to during the month of August, and we :{
Master Leolin Mathison and others. gotten up in this section, each varying was made comfortable for the night.: criticise the art. When all the dancers will not make an attempt to glance back Boclotjr and Oanernl Ooujp In connectloB, \ I..,. }

rBESBYTEIUAN CHUKCH. somewhat, though collectively furnish The party Intended returning next day move with natural grace and case, when ward beyond the date of our birth. The with Indian Itlvvr and tobc Worth MM--', ,rJ.
A large crowd gathered at this churchto ing entertainment. for all classes.At but wind and weather prevented; and as every motion shows that they are full of appearance of our paper seemed to be U.".during past ...k. Ilrlef mention oflnt ,
celebrate Christmas. The church MerrittThe they were well prepared for such an em- happiness, it is a pleasure to see them the signal for the beginning of a era of .rr.tln. r.unt.1| About Iopl Yea k:
they all returned Saturday, In dance. But when they hesitate an Instant which began with our career,
decorations were profuse, and the whole entertainment consisted of a myr ergency, progress Kuow a.t I'mipl You Don't Know ,It
entertainment was one of the best we tle tree beautifully decorated and lit up high spirits, and report a perfect time. at each! "call" as if they didn't and has continued unabated ever since. I'lrkcd up by Our .....1.1' Killtor.
have ever seen at any church festival in with candles, a nice recitations Some of the party had never seen the realize at first what was expected of Immediately after we began! making alterations .
; supper games and to them their will them then In with In the building we for .
Titusville. Santa Claim's ocean, trip never jump more rigor occupy ,
appearance music etc. The
down the chimney was a grand success, writer has, speeches never spent, a more, pleasant be forgotten. than gracefulness, It Is not so pleasingto the reception of our outfit, the spirit of qAtivertlsementsundur this headIng ,. .
and made the children scream with delight Indian River than these a sensitive spectator. The critic has Improvement became apparent. Our aro ten cents per line per week. '
evening: on among
this being the first Santa Claus large, warm-hearted, generous people. seen people going through the forms of contemporary-the Ktar-began the erection -Mr. Goo. Pnddlsoii stopped ashore : -.i, :'t
with such stiffness such of new office down town and
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dancing an .
the little folks had ever seen come forth, of the of Merritt a .
The hospitality people At Tropic.The '
Christmas Day to Join the family tlrcle.1
loaded with presents, from a chimney, : reminds one of the old Southern style; inelastic step, and such a "to-bo-or-not- Mr. Ray the erection of the large storehouse | : .
although they I had many times read of certainly know how to make one sound of revelry was heard at the to-be" expression of countenance that occupied' by Messrs. Belcher & -Get the AOVOCATB at Dr. Hcroveu's. ,'I S .j'
such an occurrence. Everything was I, feel they at home and happy. house of Stewart that night. "The he has felt constrained to slip away from Geiger! and also the building In which Five Cents .
well done and ably carried out. The following house of Stewart-what intensely In- the gloomy prospect, and go down Into J. E. Ender" Co. have their jewelry per copy. ,
took part In the entertainment: At llocklcclgo teresting suggestions that name brings the \ he could be alone store. Mr. B. Young-through his agent -lonell I Money! t )Money I II f to' 'l

The Misses Carrie Gruber, Jeannette and' The entertainment consisted of a very up. But this was the house of James with the janitor, and weep. No, that's Mr. Rollins-txtgan the development of loan on real estate. Apply to llobblnsifc J

Annie Faddlson, Charlotte Spencer, pretty tree, recitations, music and an Stewart. Now don't get this name con- not so-the janitors Michigan do not his extensive property In North Titus Graham Titusvlllo Fla. \ \ it .
Maggie Martin, Annie Gruber, Ethel interesting lecture by the Rev. Mr. fused with that of the James Stewart always bring/ out the little brown jug vllle by opening avenues to the river and "
Humph, May Mabbette, Lizzie English, late a missionary to South AfricaThe that the translators of the bible addressed from its hiding place in the coal bin contracted for the erection of the substantial -Tho vestibule trains will commence z
Lena Norwood, Susie Gladwin, Florence tree was neatly docoratod and well with such humblo servility when they when the relrterllntervlew them. The and commodious residence now running from New York tu Tampa about "
Norwood, Frankie Eaton, Georgia Jones, laden with presents, and everything meekly besought him to accept the result critic has seen a girl get whirled out of occupied by Captain and Mrs. Charles Jan. 13, 1801.\ '
May Blake Frankie Gruber Kate Singleton passed off pleasantly. After the exercises of their labors. "Most high and place, get confused get an Brock. '
etc, I |lat the church, the audience (or a mighty James," is the way they com- nudge from a lady get more confuse In the few weeks that followed, Messrs -Mr, ft. F. Thomas wife and sister ,::1
part of it) repaired to the Town-hall, mence their humble plea. Then they get touched on the shoulder by a gentleman Crabb, Walker, lUnson and several from Jiurbervllh, are at Dr. Dodson'* on J.I,
EPISCOPAL CUURCII. whore dancing was enjoyed until "the call him "most dread sovereign," and In who would kindly show her the others began build comfortable homes, visit to spend the holidays f Ii'
Before seven o'clock, Friday evening, sun began to illuminate the Oriental the course of their petition he is alludedto way, get confounded, and finally when and E. II. Rice continued the Improve- a "
every seat in the above church was filled horizon." ButCocoa as "that sanctified person," then as her partner pulled her back into place, ment of his property. Ur. J. M. Dixon Captain and Mrs. John Carey of \ ,
by an eager throng who were anxious to we read on we come to "with all humility turn upon him a reproachful l''A tu limit and Engineer: Fitzgerald decided to keep Eau Uallle. gave us a pleasant call yes
witness the Christmas festivities. The Holds the Palm. we present to your majesty" No, It look, and burst Into tears. up with tho procession, and made preparations returned homo \J
church was gaily decorated with flowers It is generally conceded that the wasn't that James Stewart, but another; The prettiest dancer at Mr. Stewart's to provide themselves with terday. They to-day t.
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palms, moss, evergreens, etc., and the Christmas-Eve entertainment at the an unassuming citizen of Tropic or of that night was a young Miss from Hartland good commodious residences; while Mr. B. A. Bravo has been ill during 4\
Christmas tree Methodist church the most elabor- who knows which-for he lives the river. She S. II. not to be outdone his old )
large spruce-pine was a was Brantly- just across was Ray- by the pant week, but we are pleased to *. J + ,
pretty sight festooned with its many ate affair ever gotten up on Indian on that debatable ground somewhere about thirteen years old. Her name the neighbor, Dr, IJIl0n-l.rocltid",1 to do note she Is much better. --, '
presents for young and old. The Rev. River. Mr. Chas. Vcrbcke, of Brantley, midway between those two places. The reporter neglected to get. She was as likewise.All now '
B. F. Brown delivered a very able ad- whose reputation as a decorator, is well fact is.the Indian River is so dotted, on graceful an antelope; her whole pretty over town the spirit of Improvement I Capt. J. Minot, and Mr. henry I.t {
dress appropriate to the occasion; the : established, assisted by a willing band of both sides, with post offices, the mail self seemed full of music, and her heart was apparent, aud scarcely a week Mitchell of Anhbury, N. J., arrived hero + ,
choir sang several Christmas carols; and citizens literally lined the church with steamers stagger along that great estuary I seemed full of happiness. has passed since lat August which has "'"
the distribution of presents then COm- evergreens. The hide walls, up to the like drunken men. Firecrackers, Chinese But how did that great company get not seen the beginning of some substan Tuesday .. "' ;
menced. After all had received their ceiling were covered with palm leaves lanterns, and the younger Mrs. Mer- there Christmas eve? They came In tlal structure. -Dr. R. C. Hukhlnson, spent a /ew-: 'f t :
presents, the benediction was pronounced -I and the rafters were beautifully festooned rill complaining of mosquitoes I Well boats of course. The Indian River is Among the business men who enlarged of the Christmas holidays bI'Jackwnvl1e. 't',
and the proceedings having terminated -I with bay leaves and moss, and hung now, was'nt It the Fourth of July after the best highway in the world. The their stores might be mentioned here ''
all wended their way homewards here and there with oranges. Amongthe all? There were only a very few mosquitoes Hodgson brothers say, they did not quite Messrs. J. I' Turner" Co., GukUmltbBros returning Monday evening. : ,
with full hands and glad hearts. evergreen was a bunch of holly with and those few paid most of their depopulate Eau Callie; never-the-less and boron A Feuter. These Capt. John Zellers, with his. schooner '
Service was held Christmas morningat its red berries, sent from beautiful; and attention to the lady just referred to, as they brought a large crowd over on their firms made such alterations and addition Manatee, has returned tu Indian River <.r
the church and fair kind friends contributed tlow this is her first winter In Florida. Her steamer, Charley Bolton beat up againsta that they more than doubled their space. "
a
Episcopal very from his northern _
of beau- who has wind with his the "North Several other small business houses trillnOUd .,/, w :
congregation attended to hear the,Rev. ers. The tree was a spruce-pine young brother-in-law Henry, light sloop, were .
u. F. Brown preach his Christmas sermon tiful shape and in bloom, and was cover just arrived from the north, made no Star." He brought quite a party from erected, and Mr. F. T Budge has now in to rent, from three to ten t : ,

which was considered extremelygood ed with bright ornaments and tinsel. complaint, as he baa acquired a soldierly Malabar-Mr. Creech, and family, among course of construction, and almost complete rooms, furnished, on Indian River.-Apply *>- ;
The church was brilliantly lighted with stoicism at the military academy of the rest. There was a large fleet of boats one of the most substantial and '"
listened it.
}by: those wlfo to to A. Hildretb Indlanola MerrittVIsland ::1
its new lamps and Chinese lanterns, and Kansas. Bat there wasn't an overcoat, anchored off Mr. Stewart s landing. The commodious brick store buildings that :
"ilMr.
THC: INDIAN BITEB HOTEL. presented a fine appearance. It. is estimated nor a mitten, nor a muff, nor an arctic prettiest of them all and the best by far can be found In South Florida. Fla. SI* -. ." '\ >:
and *.00 worthof in the crowd and the doors and in Mr. Merrill's naphtha This is a hasty of a few of .
Quite a large number sat down to a that between $400 gaiter, every way, was summary and Mrs. Baer and son of ChVv. ; ';
most sumptuous repast in the dining- presents were on and around the tree. windows were all open. Still the almanac launch, the "Kansas City." She seems the many Improvements that have been .t.
room of the above hotel on Christmas The music was fine, and the' literary said that It was Christmas-time and if to belong to those you-press-tbe-button- made In Titusvllle during the past six ago arrived here 8aturda"nlng, and ; .' 0"1 :rare
Day. All the delicacies of the season feature of the entertainment was of high that could not be relied upon,the Christmas and-we-uo-the-rest class of contrivances, months; while the prospect for a continuance I stopping over for a few days at' the :7- 111
were provided by Host W. B, Peck, and order. tree ought to be satisfactory evi- and she flashes through the water like a of even greater activity in this Indian laver HotoL -"* '- "
the festive board fairly groaned under The exercises opened by singing "Joy dence that it was the holiday season. silver-scaled tarpon. Mr Merrill Invited line Is unquestioned. It Is almost certain t
the many good and tasty things brought to the World; the Lord has Come." But no-a tree, such as was there that the people of Tropic to go to the Christmas that several more brick stores will -Mr, and Mrs. J. O. Walton and son
II. Shares. would the festivities his boat He didn'tgo. be erected In the near future In the vicinity I of Kau hare been '
forth, which were done ample justice to After this, prayer by Mr. P. night- prove quite contraryto on Claud Qallief spends
b1 the guests and their friend The After a few words of welcome by the anyone from beyond the northern eon- Whether he stayed at borne to keep of the Indian River State Bank, Ing the Christmas holidays In town"
Miss Penn of of It had smooth bark "mine host" or whether which elegant structure, by-the-way,was
theft-Mr. S. W. Hart-came in for agood School: Superintendent, fines Florida. as Casper company, returned home Ho '
share of well-merited praise for the Indianola, was introduced and sang and was u symmetrical as a well-trained Mr. Casper stayed to keep his guest Itself completed daring tho early part of They on al'.team;"
excellent manner in which everything beautiful Christmas song, which WM cherry tree and its leaves had very much company,will never be known. With an the year which has just closed. er. '
*as prepared and served up. Mrs. (}eo. loudly applauded. Next came the annual the shape, and the smell when crushed, unwonted bunt of gallantry the reporter Our streets have had more work done --- \
*- Peck also had several words of commendation oration by Master Charles Baldwin, of those of the peach. Now, would ae offered to accompany the senior Mrs. upon them during 1WK than In any previous .,
passed upon her for the neat one of the Sunday School puplla. II I tree like that make anyone, from Georgia Merrill, and with unfeigned thanks Ms year, and the town for the first V local CflRlmlUfJ oqVj' t. '.': '

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The new French tariff imposes duties could 1 taken. 01 crtJf the democrat

t .a over 1000 articles. CONVENTION The last lay of the Convention was a. : WASHINGTON NEWS 'I'want jn" all long fH'ciw a+ It bij possibleto

!,I busy one, receiving reportsfrom the ya get, but tho republicans are against
committees. A resolution to recommend -
rious
than Christmas: ami
New
: = IIn.lIt nil, more
Jay Gould, in'a letter to ,the New to the governor of each state to appoint ? SECOND SESSION OF THE Veal's day Honovrr. the chances favor

'I1TCS\1U.F. : FWRtnA. York Sun, says the Western rate wars MEET AT A8HEVILLE FOR a committee of five from their FIFTY-FIRST CONGRESS. a comwromi1. probably .. week. '

.... "- r iii costing the railroads DELIBERATION. states to act in conjunction with another --

t The new French tariff imposes duties 122,400,000 a committee to be known as the committee THE: LAW-MAKEltS OF CSCLE SAM'S DOMAIN TELEGRAPH AND CABLE
World's Fair The
of the was adopted.
'Wi over 1000 articles. year.The -- ,-- 'J'1DI OVTHLASD BOOMED 18 A FITTIKaHOICB report of the committee on legislation! AGAIN At *"ORK-ROCT1SE: OK THE

Austrian Minister of Public Instruction rOR THE THRIFTT IMMIGRANT '!We rcccgnize the necessity of IIOC!B AND SENATE-EACH DAT'S rnoCEEDtMJS -
}= ,eEitERAt REPORT or' Till sayst TOt.D.
Michael Davitt, the Home Rule agitsV1 requests masters of public Taw: CONVENTION, PROCEEDINGSOF unity cf action by the southern states TERSELY-- WHAT 18 GOING ON'IN THE

tor, laysirelaodbaa$150,000,0001auv: schools to cultivate a taste for athletic '" .--- here represented! and that it can best The house, after a long discussion, BUSY, WORLD.
banks. be accomplished by a concerted system Wednesday --- --
lags Among their boys. passed the rcuppoftl( 'nmcnt bill :
therefore requested
are
THB FOnCB BILL ALLUDED TO. ot.lrgislation, you afternoon. Neatly every.member of A SUMMARY OF OUTSIDE AFFAIRS! COS-
for the
law
provide by appointmentand
Henry M. Stanley has not forgotten The death rate among the Indians who A sensation "was caused by the intro to maintenance of a commissioner' of the Ucur delegation, except Mr. DENSER FROM NEWSY DISPATCHES

Us journalistic training, writes the At. aim to live like white people is three auction of this resolution, fathered by immigration, whoso duty it shall be to Blount vutcd against it, because York the re- FROM UNCLE SAM'S DOMAIN AND WHAT
W. II. Malone, of Alabama: board pub leans icfu!cd to grant New a TUE CABLE BRINOS.
lanta Comtitution. His letters books, times that of those who continue to liveaacmI.wild Whereas, It is the sense of this convention form a in of southern the immigration of recount, which would have given that
buicau promoting great cause --
'interviews and lectures all show the genius life. The Pawnee tribe has that all sectional animosities between southern and the city another member. The bill is the
lost the North and the South should immigration upbuildingof one providing for 350 member It w-ll The cruiser Newark, on Monday, went
cf man of tho highest more men by lung troubles in the our common soutbl,nd." The reportof
newspaper
official .
ecas.J, that the agitation of sectional probably pus the senate without difficult to sea on her trip.Th
last ten than lost in battle dur the finance committee' vag read and
order of talent. Few men of acticn have years they tends retard ,
: questions to the general It recommends that the vIn Indianapolis car works were s 'Id
equaled him in his mastery of the pen. .ing the previous thirty. prosperity the whole country; therefore adopted.committee appoint a delegationto executive the home, on Thursday! thu bill Thursday to a syndicate of creditors for
wn passed for the construction of u $52,600.
the of the SUtes to ,
Four boys all under Resolved, That we deprecate as unwise request governors bridge acr.'ss Duck river by the county of The Toronto Can. council hn
One of the humors of the campaign twenty years of call on the legislatures of the States for hour city *
are of and impolitic the present! agitation. financial aid, and that an appropriationof Humphrey, Teun. The morning decided that hereafter street cars shall
age Captains steamers the Mississippi
which has floated into on
Washington is of New
a In congress of what is known as the national (25,000 from each 'State! be asked for expired!, and Mr. Farquhar, not be run on Sunday.
"dodger" Issued by the Gentile party in River. A New Orleans steamboat election law, df force bill, and do of full exhibition York, moved that the homo proceed to
the
purpose making a S. A. Kean, doing a banking business-
8at) Lake City, Utab. It looks like an owner says Any boy who can hereby this bill protest into law.against the enactment of at the Columbian exposition. The committee the place consideration the American of merchant the senate marine bill on to under the name of 8. A. Kcan & Co., at

i eight-page circular about six by ten talk and write can Captain a steamboatas No sooner had the secretary read the on manufactures recommended an equality with that of other nations.: Chicago, made an assignment Thursday

Inches in size.! The title page bears the well. a man. The pilot and engineertake resolution than a howl was raised that that all of persons manufacturing contemplating interests the! begin.be invited After considerable argument, the motion morning, assets end liabilities not stated.

all the the inter-state convention held ning and Mr. Farquhar took the Berlin Monday report that
Inscription What HOD. has done responsibility. was to to correspond with the officials of prevailed newspapers
and in favor of the bill and 80,000 Russian Jews are expected to
promote immigration, that politics floor to argue arrive -
routine
Much ,
the bureau.
in important
Bait Lake The
for Congress. rest of ,
should have no part in its deliberations.The occupied the remainder of the afternoon at Hamburg soon, and that arrangements -
,the pages are-blank. I A story told of an African savage by a resolution was tabled. business war transacted looking to the advancement session. When the committee rose the are being made there to send themto
of the Southern Immigration
recent explorer is an amusing specimenof The following resolution from North bureau and the convention adjourned. house adjourned. Brazil

A writer in the New York Tribune barbaric humor. At one time a savage Carolina was introduced: The naval appropriation bill was completed The British ship Magnet left Ports

brought a fish that was We deplore the proposed legislation BUSINESS OUTLOOK. Friday by the house committee on mouth Monday for the coast of Galway,
ttleads for national country roads. His abominatly where it retards the prosperous conditionof naval Affairs! and will be reported to the loaded with meal and potatoes, together'

',argument & that better roads are needed stale. "White men don't eat fish that the Southern states, and which tendsto REPORT OF PAST WEEK'S: BUSINESS BY house at once. Only one new ship is with a quantity of government stores.

in the country than the counties and smell like that," was the criticism. "But," hinder the flow of' capital into the DUN CO. provided for. This is to be a triple- She is sent by the government to relieve

if answered the savage "you don't eat the Southern states.Referred screw protected cruiser, like what is. distress in certain sections of Ireland.
towna that the National
provide; GOTtrnment smell." to the committee on resolu' 1C. O. Dun <& Go's review of trade for known to naval officers as cruiser No. 12. The secretary of the navy has directed

would take charge of the matterwe tions. week ending Friday, December 10th, It is to be 7,3,50 tons displacement, with- that the contract for the construction of
should, hare such better roads and The following resolutions were introduced out armament, and the limit of cost is
Business continues for the
large
,
Bays the New'York World: The loss says: the timber dry dock at Port Royal, S. C.,
It. J. Boone of fixed .
by Durham N. C., but there is loss of at $2,730,000.Neither
a perceptible be
therefore that the National Government season, awarded to Justin McCarthy, of Wash
of the British cruiser Serpent is of inter. and referred to the committee: confidence. The to be: house of congress considered a
causes
appear ington at he
$418,915 provided
aught to take charge of the matter. Resolved That the between the and the chancesare accepts
eat to naval men here. The Yorktown war 1. The prospect of important momctsry holiday rcccM Saturday, the department's ,modifications of his
sections is ended and all bitter there will be than two
the Concord and the of remembrances legislation, the effects of which are not no more or plans.
Bennington our
The of thereof are forgotten. foreseen. 2. failures three days adjournment for Christmas.In .
Washington Frequent
correspondence clearly
own navy are boats of the same typo ai Resolved, That on the maps of the and difficulties in making collec the Senate, on Wednesday, Mr Owen Brothers, agents of the Atlantic
the New York Prat contains information the Serpent, which was severely criticised world and in southern hearts the United tions.greater 8. Less satisfactory conditions in Hoar, asked unanimous consent that Friday mills, at Providence, R. I., made an assignment

that the seal catch in Behring Sea before the disaster overtook her. Remedy States is one nation, bound together by some large branches of industry. Probably at 3 o'clock 1'. m., debate on the Thursday. Tho liabilities are
under the Government contract has only every tie of commercial Interests and of more people are affected as ti business election bill should be clonsidered as large, but tho mills will continue runningas
any defects that may exist in our brotherly love.Resolved often I closed. This wan met by a chorus of objections usual under the management of Stephen
been : thl"ear. The undertakings, unconsciously,
21,000 contractors O. Metcalf. The failure will be a serious
boaU. That we, citizens of the by the uncertainty about financial legislation from the democrats and the request -
are limited t. a catch of 60,000. The southern part of this, the grandest nation and its effects than by any other fell through. The senate resumed one. The cause is stringency in the

poaching by sea and land is shown to A railroad president is quoted by the I the world ever saw, extend to our brothersin causes. consideration of the' election bill, Mr. money market.A .

I seriously threaten the entire seal life New York Star as saying that the 1890\ the north and west the right band of Foreign influences are not now disturb Dolph continuing his speech of Tuesday. convention of representatives) from
; fellowship, and invite them to come and lu:,:. L-irge amounts of gold are arriving, He was followed by Messrs., Morgan, the Farmers' Alliance of the seventh
about Pribylov Island. We have at the panIc was not a railroad panic, as was make their homes among us, and aid us though tbe exchange baa now so advanced Gibson, Kenna, Reagan and Butler, who Kansas congressional district met at

'same time statistics from Canada which that of 1884. It was a financial crisis, in developing the richest country in nat. as to prevent shipments, having made strong speeches against the meas Wichita Saturday, to tako action upon
ural resources and the most favored in | uro. Mr. Hoar again endeavored to extract tho election of,a successor to Senator In-
1 show that Canadian sealers caught up pure and ,simple. In 1884 there was risen 2 cents this week, and the Bank oj
climate and location of any section on the England lost $3,270,000 in gold ,without from democratic senators the men galls in the senate. A resolution was
ward of 18,000( seals in the Behrlng general distrust in railroads and their face of the earth: chaagiogiterate. Export of I productsfor : tion of some specific time-any time, no adopted instructing all tho Farmers' Alliance .

region or within 3000( ( as many a* theAmericans. managers. Now the distrust is of the Resolved, That we hereby issue a call the two weeks of December: from I matter when-for taking a vote on the members of the legislature from

Tho seal''question U, surely financial condition of the country and for 600,000( sturdy sons of toil and b0O,- New York, show a gain of 8 )lcr' cent pending bill.! ,, Mr. Gordon remarked that the seventh district to vote against In-

growing serious. the world. The railroads themselves 000 manufacturers of the north and west over last year, and the total last December the senate was only on the theshold of galls and work for his defeat.

to make their homely'' with us and to joinin was hardly over surpassed. Though debate on tho bill. There were quite a A dispatch from Jonesvillc, Wis.,
-, were never in a stronger position than the development of this land of ours. imports continuo heavy, they are greatly number of senators on both sides of tho says: The struggle for Wisconsin tobacco -

I The check girls at' the Valley street they are today.It Resolved, That we recognize no polit I exceeded by exports at present, and iu senate who desired to speak upon it. The has begun by a descent upon the mars

'bleachery in Providence K. I., have a ical cast, no political welt, no political November more than 20,000,000, al. senate then adjourned.On ket of many eastern dealers. All last
has always been a joke states the north and no political south; that undera though in that month the exports of cotton Thursday, immediately after the week the demand for lent was sharp, but
serious grievance, according to the common banner and in a common brcadstulTs, provisions, cattle ando approval of the journal, tho senate, on Thursday, prices rose with a jump from
Washington Star, against their unfeeling St. 'Louis Star Sayinyi, that mules will country, we pledge:; ourselves to every 1 showed decrease of $5,083,744, or 7 motion of Mr. Hale, went Into secret sea- 8 to 10 and even 13 'cntll. Sales have

, Employer. This grievance is nothing get fat on wood shavings but it has been honest effort to the upbuilding of this per cent'from last year. Tho exports of slon, which lasted but a few moments.In been heavy. No such excitement has

less than the fact that loft for some experimental agriculturist nation, of which the south is the most cotton thus ,far this month exceed Iu. tyenr' its regular order n bill came up to terminate been seen I m tho market since 1885.
an unfeeling, un- the reduction in numbers of the
favored nature nnd nature's God.
by nn ,
at Elonswalde Germany to A dispatch from Crugers N. Y.,
sayst
,
romantic,soulless, misanthropic employer prove, by THE EXECUTIVE' COMMITTEE. is a heavy decrease in grain caused byspeculative engineer corps of the navy, and was Conductor' Fred Harris and Brakeman.
has had the audacity of putting a stop actual experiment, that cattle will thriveon prices. passed. The bill providing that the tariff
of train the
The following executive committee Harry Evans, a freight on
exclusive diet of the south is fair act shall not be held to impede or impair
t* their flirtations.with young men across an compressed saw was chosen : ,Trade at at most points tho force of treaties between tho Hudson river railway, met with. horrible .

the way by painting the windows of the dust. There is hopo for the backwoodsman Alabama-J. C, Keith, Anniston. retorting with considered healthy at New dull United States and another country was death Friday morning. Mr. Evans-
cotton
and mountain boomer Arkansas John J. Hot Orleans, larger receipts; lost his life while trying to save the con
after all. If Sumpter,
called and tho
: rooms In which they worked I The girls I ,at Memphis, but more confident at Little up phccd on calendar. roof'
ductor who had
I slipped on tho icy
cows can be kept fat on wood alone no Spring ', Tho election bill was then taken
declared tolerated Hock slightly improved at Montgomery; ,
could have :
, they any Florida William Davidson, Jackson and Mr. Coke addressed of the car and was rolling off. Ho grabbedthe
amount of harvest failure can annibiliato and good at Nashville; less confident at up conductor and both rolled tho
other kind of painting but one, and with rill e. Jacksonville and Atlunti tho senate in opposition to it. to
rising anger; and elevated noses they in- tho frontier farmer who settles on timber Georgia-W. L. Olessn'-r, Amcricin.' of ,cotton at are large. accumulations Money He wns followed by Messrs. Collum and ground in each other's embrace.A .

'digaantly left the promises, swearing- land. But it will be well to await further Kentucky-E. Popo Johnson, Frank is very close at all points.In Bates who also spoke in opposition to the wreck occurred on the Volley branch
details before it lin. the markets the measure. The election bill was then laid of the Baltimore & Ohio road, about two
indulging general speculative tendency
re
beg'pardon, vowIng-never to return until Louisiana-T. W. Poole New Orleans.
has generally been downwur.l, and the aside informally: and several bills were miles north of llarrisonburg, Va, Thurs
again accorded what they claim.(, a joicings.In )(Mississippi Captain Bam Brown. markets are all hesitating, feeling that taken "I'| and passed. Among them were day evening. Tho southbound train,
prerogative of their sex ------- Maryland-Henry A1vorJ, Maryland monetary legislation may indefinitely house bills for public buildings at Rome, drawn by three engines, run into a snow

the American universities and colleges Agricultural college. alter the nituation. Hence, largely increased ($25,000): and Keidsville, Mo., (125,000): drift and was derailed. Two of the en.
wherein military science and tacticsare North Carolina-P. M. Wilson, Wins immediate supplies of money by After a short executive session, the senate gines were thrown from the track and

ft The experiment of the Washington now taught by officers of the regular ton.South tho imports of gold anti treasury diubunomenU adjourned. demolished, while the third wan thrown
po'itofflce in mounting mail collectors detailed for that 5011 Carolina-N. R. Duncan Spartanburg. have lets effect than might bu ex- Senator: Stewart, of Nevada, one of the across the track. Six |JCl'&Qus.! all rail-
army purpose free coinage silver men of the senate, road employes, were injured.A .
Failures of the week number
en bicycles has proven, successful, announces ,Texas 8. J. T. Johnson Corsirnrm. )pecle
students over fifteen of attended ,
years age created u sensation in the force bill The west
, U03, compared with 308 for the same time camp Quebec dispatch says:
the New Orleans TimetDtmocrat.After infantry drills during tho lost scholasticyear Tennessee-Major II. M. Aikcu, Knox'-' last week. Friday afternoon by making a speech in bound Halifax, express train 'went

several months' trial with rented and 811 attended artillery drills. ville. which be come out plainly and emphatically through a bridge at that place shortly before
W. B. Hale
Virginia-G. Rocky RUBE'S CAPTOR agaist tho force bill. Mr. Faulkner The train
noon Thursday. entire ,
ttutchlnw the office has purchwi, outright
, : .
The the
New York Telegrain
training alleges Mount.
----- offered an amendment, of which he had except the baggage car and engine went
ft number of bicycles of uniform is beneficial from an athletic as West Virginia-C. F. Moore, Hunter' IS PAID ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS OF THE given notice the other day, being a substitute down. A number of passengers were,

pattern. A regular system of bicycle well as an educational point ,of viewaml villo. REWARD MONET.A for section 14, HI to the appointment killed, and others injured. No particulars -
,
, TUB RAILROAD QUESTION. of three election: canvasser lor the ns to the number of killed and injured
collections has been Bicycles
arranged. there is'much to be said in favor of the
A state, upon application therefor. but it is said the were'
'! The committee appointed to make sug- Birmingham dispatch says: par, cars
'liave almost entirely displaced the one- recommendation made by the instrctors gcstions to correct grievances met aud tial payment and settlement of the reward lie had thIS floor to speak upon, it but smashed to pieces.

horse carts for collections except in the that every institution favored with an considered railroad business, and made, offered for the late train robber, yielded to Mr. Stewart, who madean
Rube Burrows was'mvlo Friday. J. D. argument against the hilL on THE. RECORD BROKEN.
suburbs and In the heart of the business detail should make drill the following report: ,
army military Tho committee begs leave to report''' Carter, the man who killed Burrows, met the ground that: an attempt to execute
section, where the collections are too compulsory for all male students of unanimously that it endorsee the plan the officers of the Southern Express I it in the south would be disastrous to SCCCI COMPLETES ins, REMARKABLB FAST

heavy for the wheelmen. Not all the proper ago who are physically sound. adopted by the railways of selling what Company this city, to arrange a settlement both races. The fact that this was the OF FORTY-FIVE DATS.

work of collection however is done by are called "home seekers" and land ex. of the reward. The amount offered first opeu opposition to the bill on tho
the and three rail part of a republican senator caused the Signor Sued the Italian faster who
and by company
tickets to express
mounted men for on certain of their the tunnel under the 'Hudson union promote encourage
Work on closest attention
to be to Mr. Stew
paid
Immigration, and recommends that a road companies jointly was 12,000. Of began a fast forty-five days at New Yorkon
trips the regular letter-carriors collect as i River between Now York City and committee of three bo appointed by the this amount Carter was paid 11,000, and art's speech on both sides of the chamber.At November 5th, a 8:10 clock ended
they But with collectors the officials will consult John the close of his speech, Mr. Hoar rose his Cast at 8:23 o'clock night
go. as compared Jersey City, N. J., is being) pushed forward southern interstate immigration conven- express Saturday
and McDuffie who assisted in the capture of and said that ho would not now reply to fhe little bundle of sinews and
on loot, the mounted men are much the without interruption. The tion to apply to the several paMener nerves,
money before the balance. it, but ho wished to have: put has
traffic associations for an extension of Burrows, they pay upon nuscles accomplished what no one
more valuable. It has been the experience for the enterprise seems to be forthcoming the sale of such tickets at as low n rate The United States government's rewardof record the provisions of thu force bill to ever did, or even attempted. Other
at the Washington that the various state rewards which reference: ; had !been made: and [asters have food
postoffico as fast aa required, and the directorsare and at as frequent dates as can be se (1,000 and gone forty days without ,
of have not been paid. J. D. Carter who which bad passed the houses iu 1873, lut they were so weak: they could not sitip.
two men on wheels can do the work of in good spirits. No new mechanical cured. As far as the practice scalping I -
or ticket brokerage makes the sale of killed Burrows, is a cripple for life from Mr. Faulkner's amendment was then Dr. Tanner could not sit up after
three men on foot. The new system is a difficulties have arisen, declares the wound ho received during taken up and discussed by senators,
the
such tickets on numerous dates and from tho effects of many she tenth day and could nit write his
success and has evidently come to stay. Trenton (N. J.). llI4rioali. and thu prospect many points at low rates hazardous to the the fightHis left arm la uaralricd. bat no vote was taken. game after the fifteenth day, but SuccL

is, that the tunnel' 'will be completed transportation lines selling such tickets, o Saturday was a field day iu the senate. has: scorned the idea of weakening a'l
Birds in Church. Senator Spooner took the Boor in favorof through the weeks lie now
and diverts the use of such tickets from Canary weary
Penny savings institutions are to bo within three or four years. There the force bill, and made an extensive suffered
their original purposes the committee re- weighs 104} pounds, having a
established in Boston on a plan essentially was fear a few years ago that the leakageof commens that this convention memoralize The people of the Knickerbocker A\e- preroration. Ho was followed by Senator loss of 42} pound His first food was sv

the same as the British> Postal Sn- water into the tunnel would seriously congress to prohibit scalping or ticket nuo Methodist Episcopal Church Brook In galls. Altogether the day wan, cup of cocoa.A .

Inks Bank. The purpose is to afford the inconvenience the workmen, but additional brokerage by an amendment to the inter lyn, N. Y., have resorted to something perhaps, the most interesting one in the NEWSPAPER SUED.A .
state commerce act, as recommended by absolutely rew. The edifice was openedon & :\ service-the commencement of the
poor a convenient means of saving small power has been supplied for the the interstate commerce commission in Sunday lost, and when the congregation force bill discussion. 'I be bill will probably ,

suras. No interest will be paid, as the furnishing of compressed air, and the its fourth annual "'lo>rt. That we further entered the building they found live be laid asido early next week: fur the DEFEATED CANDIDATE WASTS $43,000-
that each state delegation canaries in as many bright! new wire tiouncial measure. FOR INJURY TO 1118 REFUTATION
Income from such inveitments as can be danger in this respect is obviated. recommend
line -
this convention cages hanging: In a straight across
, made will not be larger than the expense ---- the action to of this convention bring to: the centre of the auditorium about fifteen MTEa. Myron Van Auken republican candidate -

|of land ling the funds. The benefits to Judge Henderson U. Somervil1 ,or the the attention of the connas103a1rep-\ feet above the bead: *of tie w'r..hil| The prctident.ou Thursday, nominated for district attorney in Oneida.
f be derived Court of Alabama addressed resentative of their respective Slates, er*. The birds twittered and fang all county, New York, in lbW!| and who-
frem the system are largelyore Supreme to be postmaster: :Morgan N Russell, at beaten has now
the morning services, but none was by a large majority;
meeting of the New York and ask theirco-operationin securing the through Tuskegec Ala., anti Frederick B. Fay, at
'than the that saved. important suit
money can be Also that th- Kecme.l to object to them. Even the brought against the Uiieu Aterterr
proposed legislation. ,
I That i* not likely in any case to grow into Medico-Le,1 Society recently on. the same State delegations ak: the legislature priT.: ..lu'r appeared to forget their chirp- Union Spring the following, Ala. I.ominlitl..ns The senate: l'ostma confirmed alleging\ ; that each of twenty-two edito-

the "The True Test of the Legal Culpability of their several States. to instruct inilsrlng the delivery of his tvnnou. risk damaged him fl.OOO making $22.000 ,-
a sum sufficient to more thaa tide ter*>-Duncan Jordan, CuthU-rt Go. ; in all. Ho also that be n
Timo-Democrat, charge!
depositor over some short period of misfortune Of the 'Criminal Insane'." He said that their representative: in centres* ti> uact |Nsw" cleans J. G. Gutlin Darlington Cumtbouae, damaged;, $10,000 additional by his defeat

The 'inculcation of the habit of a silent resolution was going on that the commerce legislation co.-umi-sion ou'lin-d by the interstate A PAIxPCL & '. S.: C., and Phillip GerUch, Orangcburg, accompished by publication, and

sating is the Important thing. It develops contest being waged over the subject was The report brought on a discussion! 'Oriiulstone, were you ever a candidate ti,C.Mr.. Sherman reported to the senate In claims all, for$10,000 injury besides to his, professional making $43,000, rep-

thrift, and is the surest way of the same old fight of science against the participated la by the representativesfrom for office asked his friend. from the fiuanco committee, Thursday utatioo. The C/kercer opposed Van An-
nearly State. Pin illy the re- Yes 1'cnt through a campaign
every
checking pauperism. The' person whleares prejudice of error and ignorance. The port was adopted. once at a, candidate"relied Grindstone morning, the financial bill agreed upon ken's election on the ground that it was
wards of insane crowded "by the Republican caucus Wednesday sought by gamblers: an-J the wont classof
to save has learuel the brat lessonof hospital aro AJUQKR CniLToVg REPORT as a lack of pain flittcu across hu face, .
with inmates who lived it KUjordan night, and it was recommitted tl> the the CUT. ______
luceAll the that are capable of distinguishing "but I down --
knowledge can F. B. Chiltoa, Austin, Tex. general
Tribaoe.THS finance committee.! The only change of
be gained from schools and colleges U right from wrong, and who yet manager of the southern interstate commerce lived I; down.Chkao[ consequence mado la the measure wan the A CANAL OVRFLOWS

not, to the person who must be self-de through the influence of brain disease convention theu made his reportAt KoitHwtkt mount*t poi! eassht.in; bmiutioa on bank having a capital of AiD ONt HUBORED-PEOPLE>BOWKaD5 -A.
tho af eruoon'section, Colonel Wad- duBculty in prve.itin MauUu cattle not more th m 50,000 of the operationthe
pendent worth as much at knowledge of are rendered powerless to choose the one IOOM <' AXKKICAX HOKBOR.
b's ui semxttof
dell si'.bmitd
: a splendid! report from from eotenns laudiuWriUII'J: provision, reducing to 1,000 the
bow to save and the habit of doing it. and refrain from the other He, with oumtilttco, knowing thu vat importanceof food. Over 5UW beat an Luowa W be la rtrment of deposit! of -
aDd tL. police bar compulsory requ A dispa'ch of Sunday from Bncaos-
the Stlk River region
It i* the foundation of all fortunes. It is Dr. Roy of England regarded the true immigration which. was received witheuthashutic been busily cucag*! in driven !them awnj bo ads with the treasury. Ayers says: A disaster ha occurred at.

the best safeguard against intemperance test to bo ill the word power. 'Has t.h8 aoclauao.Th from Canadian qtwranbe ranches JutricU.are kbort Is The question of a holiday recess came Cordova, where the canal baa bunt U-

and defendant In criminal the appear that. UxaMoaUiM up in Thursday's republican caucus. A embankmenta and destroyed hundreds of
immorality. Throughout: the world a cam power to remainder of the aftern>.}n was occupied et 111I1.1...
ten-day. tease was proposed but was home*. One hundred live are reportedlost.
it.win be fouad that U those countries distinguish right from wrong and the by a prolonged speech by Mr.
fatenfor
than laughed at. The senators were almost General Roes minister of the
James )ld nzie of the miles of railroad
where there frugality!, there is alw theUgheit rower to adhere to the right and avoid wurkI'I fair comnIsa, Kentucky' one of Kansas has more unanimously of the opinion that no recess has gooo to tie sees
average of taofUty.r the wrong f* 0I'ra. aU the New EnjUad States put together at al% more than two or" three, dwy measures ef relief

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A EACH WITH ROBBERS..JoAQQjN was Urit known by the name of "St no. SOMEWHAT STRANGE. I effort to swallow the body. Crane pulledthe A JronVcj
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walr Jackson" which he received at the hen out of the snake's mouth tad Opl"ano.'When Finest' Parlor Marble Caaoa.In .

\ battle of Bull Hun. General George II.McClcllan killed the snake. Tho hen Wad perfectly an animal in time Zoological ..an artleJe'la ScribnciV on the

t )tkLll1t' 1tELATEs AN 'was railed "Little )hc." ACCIDENTS AND INCIDENTS OPF.VKHVDAY limp and seemed to be dazed, but in a Garden gets thoroughly acquainted "Grand Canon of the Colorado," IL 11.

"1ChEltlliSCt:, General Ge&rge II. Thomas was called MFK. few moment she tevlellt and when with visitors who, perhaps, make frequent Stanton says
"The Hock of Chickamajga.'' became tome new eggs had been placed! in the
she call, and Is on friendly terms This of the Marble, Canon
r.l'llaed bJ' of his courage and firmness in that bloody nest resumed her duties as though part ,
While Three' O"clM'l'Alln<< battle. General Joseph Hooker was admiringly Queer Episodes and Thrlllln Adventures nothing unusual had occurred. with thorn, it makes! known Its satisfaction from Point Retreat for thirty-five

Carrying $tnoln In Gold called! "Fighting;; Joe," a name Which Show that Truth iStranger hone of the Western provinces of in various way when tho familiar mile down to tho Little Colorado, 1*
How the
Poet got out of& Tight which needs no explanation. GeneralW. than Fiction.A Russia i during long-continued droughts faces appear. by far tho most beautiful and inter-,
Place. 8. Hancock was called! "The White the Magistrate convene and a "plowingof
Horseman of Gettysburg," because he WHITER in the New York Star nay I the water" is officially ordered. After There is no animal In tho collection: cIting Canon wo have yet passed

Joaquin Miller, the" rode a large white horse in that famous Can a man become intoxicated on chew an early morning procession I the more highly prized than I. "Signor through. At Point Retreat tho marble .
of
"poet the Si-
ems" describes in :St.: Nicholas a thrill- battle General William T. Sherman is inggumt friend of mine I can not believe that he it, know yet a women and girls are drummed together IJclllni," known to tho common run walls stand perpendicularly 800 feet +
admiringly called "Uncle General assures me in tho
Ing West adventure in his which he had in the Far Philip 11. Sheridan was Hilly.called "Lit a fellow who docs it. The man in question act of afternoon"water plowing.for the'' purxwo This| consistsin of the of the public as tho "singing monkey"In from the water' edgewhUo the sandstone -

4'I was lying youth ice-bound He says nt; Lewiston tie PhiL" General John A. Logan was is the superintendent<< of ono of the tho tearing up of tho bottom of a no way Is tho title a misnomer, for above benches back in ..r\o.c.

Idaho. Men wanted to send below called "The Black! Eagle of Illinois." big breweries of New York. lie does nearby stream by means of a plow pulled the comical-looking little fellow can and cliffs to 2,500 feet high. Jest below y
drink
money not of kind not
General Kilpitrick: called liquor any even half-clnd
was by and led the
women by
to their friend or familcsj I merchants ((New York Dispatch. his own beer.: He can tell tho Quality or largest and dame in the sing a song almost-as prettily aa a can. this (the canon i* narrowest, o l
strongest Tillage.
letters, anticipating the great rush, must the brewing by tho color and smell. Oncein The recent performance of this ary bird, and U Is not unlike the warb- being but a little over 800 feet from A

get Wall Would through,! go?the Could snow I to goi Walla AGED INDIANS. hilarious while in, however somo ho feels The like feeling getting is has served to bring it to the ceremony atteuybn'- llnzs of tho feathered songsters, chimer wall to wall. At we goon, the mar- _

The snow was deep. The trails, over likely to come upon way.him on the Fourth or of a curious world. Head Keeper Byrne took party of ble rapidly rises till it stands la per

open and monotonous mountains, were Bemr-rkabla, Longevity of the Datives July or some similar occasion of holiday; N\\nso a race-horse in New Zealand friends around tho other day directly peadtcular cliffs 700 to 800 feet high,

the drifted fulL Could any living) man face of Southern California. I or rejoicing.When I was made the occasion! of a grand ceremony after ho had sent tho lions and tigers colored with all tho tints of ''the rainbow t
drifting snow and find his way to ho feels that way, so my friend lately in the Otngo district The
Walla _Walla t At that the merchants fays, and ho ought to know, our superintendent opcr invited many guests to assemblein on a jolly drunk, and gavo them a but mostly red. ,

had tried to hire Indians to undertakethe The early inhabitants of Southern Cal- buys'a largo box of soraO pccv the dining-hall of n neighboring hotel, rare treat in vocalism Members of In many places toward the top It t*

trip'and deliver their letters. Not ifornia, according to tho statement of liar cart of chewing gum and makes a and the colt was ridden into thodiotcl, tho party were directed to go into the honeycombed with caves, arches, and
one could be found to go. When the :Mr. II. II. Bancroft and other reports, job, of it. Ho does not attempt to do where a little child named! the buddingracer
storm abated a little, the men who kept wero found to be living in Spartan conditions anything else for the timo being.. Ho devotes pouring champagne over ill head monkey house and take a stand in a grottoes, with hero and hero a natural

the ferry across the Shoshonee lliver as to temperance and training himself to that chewing gum., Ono while the assembly cheered vociferously. certain corner. Directly after till! nppearnnco bridge loft from one crag toanotherover

scraped off the snow, nnd cutting down and in a highly moral condition, in consequence cake of it after another disapiicars. He The colt, however, objected to the of Mr. Byrne was tho signs' somo duo wash, making a grotesque .

the upbeaved blocks of ice made it possible of which they had uncommon chews all tho sweetness out of the gum proceedings He plunged about so that for 1non'l '
exhibition. All tho and wonderful
to cross with a horse. physical. endurance and contempt for and then throws it away. When ho has he upset the table, scattering all the picture a. our k

At first I meant to carry only letters. luxury. This training in abstinence and masticated about four or five' dozen oC preparations\ for tho feast and gave a so- monkeys tho cage, big and little, little boats glide along this quIet portion '

But having finally consented to take a hardship, with temperance in diet, combined the wafers ho is the possessor of what vcro kick in the face to one of tho chief with ono exception, began to scamper of tho river, so many hundred'' '

little gold for one merchant, I soon found with tho climate to produce tho the boys call "abeautiful jag." At leas guests. about and chase ono another in wild feet bolow.

should lose friends if I did not take astonishing longevity to l-o found here. so my friend says. There was a friend ot! TUB temple of the W. C. '1'. U? being Their At the foot of thoso- cllfl' in
know *
gold for others. Tho result that 1 Contrary to the customs of most other gleo. joy no bounds. many
was mine once who assured me that he had erected at Chicago i is to cost f 100,DUO)
had to take gold worth nearly ten thousand tribes of Indians, their aged were tho seen nn oyster which had been taught to and to bo thirteen storied in height. Tho J, Tho ono exception: was tho grave places aro fountains of pure sparkling -

dollars.A care of the community. Dr. W. A. play tho piano. 1 did not believe him, magnificent audience room on tho first and gifted "Signor Itollinl." Ho stood water gushing from tho rock-In

few mufflcd-up friends came downto Winder of San Diego, is quoted as say I just because he was my friend.' Your floor will bo known as Willnrd Hall, iu erect and walked to the front In slow ono place, Yassoy's Paradise, I several
tho river bank to see me off. It was ing that in a visit to El 1 Cajon Valley own friends will some times tell you honor of tim President of the society a

a great event. For two weeks we had some thirty years ago ho was taken to whopping big yarns. Tho one who tells and will bo lined with marble, upon and unspeakably comical manner. hundred feet up tho wall-and dropping

not had a line from the outer world. And house in which the aged persons were me tho chewing gum story ayers by tho which will bo inscribed tho names of When closo to the liars of tho cage he among shrubbery, form, and )

meantime the civil war was raging in all cared for. There were half a dozen Great !:: that it Is positively noblewomen, and memorial window and threw back his head much aCtor tho flowers, sane of which oven at this.
its terrible fury. As I set out that bleak who had reached an extreme age. Somo true. In proof it ho pointed out tho busts of the women who have lived and
and icy morning, after I had mounted my were unablo to move their bony frame brewery to mo. labored for tho C\II"O: of temperance will manner of tho old-tlmo choir leader Limo of thin year are found in bloom. .

plunging pony I saw in the crowd several being seemingly anchylosed. They were AN Americas Gas form its decorations.Miss and began to sing. The song did notlast .
faces that I did not like. There old, wrinkled and blear-eyed ; their ( ) correspondent 01
was Dave English, who was hung on that skin was hanging in leathery folds about the Hobo,l>Democrat tells this cow story I Lxtin.v BcnNS of )Martiusvillc long but what there Wall of It was IIIHh Ii Mann.

pot with several of his followers, not their withered limbs; some had hair us I saw my Durham cow Juno do a thing Iud, is probably tho only woman in the really I musical. It consisted of 1low' The struggle of childhood with ,

forty days later; there was Poona Helm, white as snow, and had seen some seven tho other day that had I been simply United States whose natural hair ha attained vans and ended with a long trill that l'nOIl\"lIlOUII terms U illustrated in tho>>

hung in Montana; Cherokee lob! killedin score of years; others still able to told of it I should have set down lIB a n length of seven feet. It is very easily reached high "C." of '
tremendous Nothing case n llvo-year-old Tlogn boy
Millcr8bur h ; and also Canada .Too. crawl, but so aged as to be unable to falsehood. Juno is tho gen heavy and of n light brown color. The .
This last lived with somo low Indians a stand, went slowly about on their hands tlest of creatures and my children often lady is well known in that city and could induce tho haughty signer to roupoiul who was recently visiting an aunt In

little way down the river. So when he and knees the limbs !being attenuatedand take advantage of her good nature to the truth of the statement is attestedto to an encore When tho last tho country.

rode ahead of me I was rather glad than withered. The organs of special tease her them, though touch, of course her. I On have the forbidden by imny: of her friends, Tho lady is note died away ho turned toward a .Tuck, take this mng into ''the dIn. tingroom
otherwise; for 1 felt that he would not sense had in many nearly lost-1111 activity to occasion 5 feet inches high, nnd when standing .
go far. I kept watch of him, ho ever. some generations back. Somo had I speak of my little Minnie, ixjred erect her hair reaches tho floor and form little bit of a monkey and began to anal put! it on the ,.buffet.

And when I saw that he skulked around lost tho use of their limbs for more thana 5, had followed me into the milking a trail almost two feet in length pull him about In a perfectly ulinnie- said ids aunt ono afternoon. Jack

under the hill as if he were going home decade ore generation but the pen, and while I was busy with the loss manner and ended marched ;
; organsof other to A M,MI INF. curiosity Is on exhibition nt by robbinghim bravely olf, though evidently
began -
cows Juno
plague unseen
and then finally got buck into tho trail, life and tho "great sympathetic" still Astoria It consists of of
by mo. All at once I was startled by Oregon. an ordinary savory I'Clluut.l'hiladol.phil' mysll Oot!.
I knew there was trouble ahead. kept their automatic functions not
up seaweed some twenty feet in
But the "llubicon" was now behind. recognizing tho fact, and surprisingly and hearing tho child about scream out Minnie in affright length, and nt tho lower end the clusterof Ledger.Limit "I know what buflbt is, auntie<< ," ho
lay impetuous home was plunging in tho indifferent to it, that tho rest of the turning;: taw caught w remarked ho back it's
the cow's horns. first idea loots hnvo a firm bold of an nggrr u. n II canto ) "why,
on My
now and I was soon tearing throughthe body had ceased to be of any use a generation up was naturally that tho gentle creature tion of marine shells several pounds in of tho FnrlhN: Population. tho sideboard."
,storm up tho hill. Once fairly on or moro in tho 1111. t. Dr. Pal- These shells ,
weight. by
Become
nro occupied n the
had rebelled at last and nbout to recent meeting of tho
was
The next at tho breakfast
my way I looked back below. Dave mer has a photograph (which I havo curious inhabitant that has II beak Iliut morning rfti
toss her tormentor I started, in British
English and Boone Helm were bidding seen) of a squaw whom ho estimates to for tho pair but ,before so I could a reach run resembles a chicken', only it in divided Association at Leeds, Mr. 'table fried mush was served

good-by to two mounted cowboys nt be ono hundred and twenty-six years them Juno had, carefully l borne tho child icrpcndieulaily instead of horizontally\ llavcnstciu made somo interesting remark "Auntie,. what is mush?" asked
the ferry-house. Ten minutes later I old. When ho visited her ho her
as saw on tho cnrlh'i imputation. Ho
to the barred which I had closedon .
gate, CAIRO III., boys are doing a whole Jack.
looked back through the blinding snow, put six watemelons in a blanket, tie IdIrIR
I saw that these two desperate fellows It up and carry it en her back for two entering the pen to keep the other sale business in spiirron The birds pointed out limo ,various areas on tho ")[ullhP Why, mush la I mnsb,"war

were following me. miles. Ho is familiar with Indian cuss cows in, and deposited- her screaming make II roost in nn old chimney In an world's surface which woro uninhabited tho reply ff
at tho of her voice but unhurt ,
top quite abandoned house Tho bo\s have
True there criminal toms and and careful : to-
was nothing in history a cross- and said tho area of tho land "
tho other side and then Oh'
convinced on quitcly returned cured a net, und after tho birds to f
that. The two highwaymen had a rightto examination him that her information go
to her feeding. roost nt night they the net within the limit. fit for the growth of Then later
ride behind me if they wished And of old customs was not obtained spread overthe a moment he murmcrcdl!

Canada Joe had just as good a right to by tradition. She was conversant A LF.TTEICrom Hondout, N Y., aaysiChnunccy chimney's top. Every; morning they r cereal wag 40,350,000' square miles- "Buffet II i sideboard {,mush it musht ys'

ride ahead of me. But to bo on a horse with tribal habits she had seen Snyder, who lives on a road have from .10 to 200 a narrow., for which namely, cultivable, 28,209,000 square wonder what ham 1 is't- %

deep iu the blinding snow and loaded practised, such as tho cremation of the leading to the Overlook Mountain, for hey get 11} cents per head bounty. milei ; steppe, 13,901,000 mile [Philadelphia

down with gold was bad enough. To dead, which tho mission fathers had smite time has missed sheep have the Indians to (flock. After tho recent fall of he and desert, 4,180,000 square miles. .
a desperado blocking the narrow compelled relinquish. snow tag near Columbus, Ind., has a |peculiarand 't. '',
trail before you with his two friends behind .She had seen the Indians punished by SAW the tracks of a largo wildcat in one distinguishing( family\ murk running The population of the area iu 1890 Photographic Map 'of the Sky. ? : ,

you was fearful I II the fathers with floggings for persisting of his fields. That night, accompaniedby through three gcneiuiions. At a reunionof was 1,467,600,000, and tho population All over the world on moonlit nightie ';:
had two six-shooters close at hand in the practice of cremation.At his big bulldog! and armed with a/gun twenty-seven which represented itf ,
persons
in tho ;year 2072: A. I). should the astronomer are busily preparing a .
under the bearskin flap of my saddle-bag the mission of San Tomas, in Snyder lay in wRit for tho sheep-killer. tho three generations, nineteen :,
where the gold 'was. I kept my left Lower California, is still living an In- Near midnight the wildcat made its appearance. tad six: toes on each foot.I present Increase In the population be photographic map of tho sky, It will, 4 ;

hand in my pocket where lay a small diana photograph of whom Dr. Ilemon- In an instant dog and wildcat Is( maintained, would be 6,094,000,000. be a stupendous work of tome XOOO,

'six-shooter warm and ready Once as dino shows), bent and wrinkle, whose were engnged in conflict. Tho cat c Habcrsham Park Oa., a curious lie bad calculated the ibis. kheeti,, and will exhibit startinot
grapevine. About five feet from tho populationwas many
the drifting and blinding snow broke ago is computed at one hundred and was a big one, with claws at sharp as
away up the mountain I saw Canada Joe forty years. Although blind and naked needles, and when Snyder neared the ground; from a largo live oak there protrudes tho number the earth could before noted. 'tky photography,

with his head bent down in the storm ho I is still active, and daily goes down combatants tho snow was red with their n grapevine. about one inch iniiuraeter. feed If they wcro content with a 1* practically a new discovery and
till the beach and the beds of the blood. Tho wildcat hud the The tree in perfectly solid,
I pushing on ahead of mo at a safe along advantage reasonable Increase In their promises for the astronomical
al1d no root. to the ho present more
of the und raised his gmpeviuo can
distanoe. A tew moments after as I creeks search of drift-wood.makingit dog, Snyder gun *
crossed and climbed the farther bank of his daily task to gather and carry to and brought it down with full force upon seen. allowance and did not develop into science than almost ,any mechanical '

'an ugly canon, the two robbers came camp a fagot of wood.-[Harper'* the skull of tho cat. The animal reeled A UKRNEVAI.D (Dune County, Wls.) voracious alii mill.. Of course, that discovery which hat preceded It. A

close enough to hail me. One of them Magazine. and appeared dazed for a moment. man swallowed a large darning needle depended upon whether tho earth' "map" exposure shows only the itara'' W Wvisible
held up a bottle. They evidently intended Then it sprang upon Snydcr' shoulder And went to a doctor to hate it removed.
to overtake mo if they could, Largest Farm in the World.In and drove its claws deep into his flesh. The doctor made him sneeze and on the surface wa properly cultivated.Extraordinary to the naked eye, or.through a

and profess to bo friendly This I must The dog was up in timo and grappledwith third attempt tho needle came and stuck weak glass, but aa the plate remains t

not allow. I urged my ambitious horseto the extreme southwest corner of tho cat, and then there was a rough Into a pin cushion on tho doctor's table : Deathl.1'lphlnltone exposed more and still more stars contlnuo -

his, best But to my dismay as I Louisiana says Spare Moments, lies the and tumble fight. Snyder rained blow A WiLLiAUxroKT/ Mich.) man whose- : died of a broken; heart to make their
hastened up a narrow pass I found that I largest producing farm in the world. after blow upon the cat's head with his appearance upomU.
was\ not far behind Canada Joe. This Measuring one hundred miles north and gun barrel until the animal Will killed.\ well willow ran had dry found that the roots of a over limo result of the battlo of Plod- Exposure for four or more hour,
distance of
low-browed black fellow WAS reported to south, and twenty-five miles east and Both Snyder and his bulldog paid dearly four feet coiled grown a tho bottom twenty in den with such extremely sensitive plate' '
west, it is owned and operated by a syndicate for their Tho former hud up on a
be the worst man in all that country. victory. a solid Tho Kmperor: Frederick III and his
mans and were carrying all thu as are now perfected, hat disclosedcountless '
And that was saying he was bad in of Northern capitalists. The deep wound in his shoulder, while tho >
deed.I 1,500,000 acres of the tract wero pur dog wo wounded in a dozen places. water into the foliage. son, Maximilian I., both died front / celestial bodies which even f jff :"

was IB a tight place now, and hud to chased in 1883: from the State of Louisiana The wildcat weighed .*.., A TOXKMAHON at Jiuckjcn, Germany, eating too heartily! of melon. the largest telescope baa never ''

think fast. My first plan was to ride and from the United States Gov. and was the largest of its species, ever made a bet that he could get his nails Nalonlln, (ho Spanish theologian, reached- [Times-Democrat. 't P J
'j 1 1x
forward and face this man before the ernment. killed in the Catskilli. trimmed and pared by a passing train. died because ho accused 'w ,
others came UI). But I was really afraid At that time it was a vast grazing land The mason lost tho bet and all-hit finger wa by tho
I. for the cattle of the few dealers of the "Tii severest pain I ever experiencedin lope of having falsified! a In
of him. It seemed much easier task to passage The Black tea
a battle" said United States Senator ____ .___. a Stagnant Toad.
turn rnd kill the neighborhood over 30,000 head of half St. Aiigiisthio.
two and
rear men get The
Cockrell, who was wounded three times, Hydrographical Department of
wild horses and cattle thereon.
was back'to abandoned: town. almost But, nol 1 No! All this Now this immense tract being U divided into "was caused by a bullet that did not hit Babylon and It. Walls. It Is said that after Malherbe, tho thu Itusnlan Navy 1m sent a gunboatto

as soon as thoughtof. couvcnient pasture stations or*ranches me at all. 1 was riding'at the head of great French writer, had been dead the Black
In those explore Boa
days even the most des|>crate from Udg.sato / ,
when under Tho of built In
my regiment it passed' city Babylon was the
my
had certain existing every six miles. The fencing over an hour, he raised the
rights which their surviving drapery
alono in the of $:\10- I chin with a whistle and a slash like a form of square; it was surrounded bya Constantinople, and from llutum to
friends would cost neighborhood ,
but enforce.I few 000. The land U best adapted for rice, ., saber stroke. It stung rue like a red-hot I wall fifty-five miles long, and this wall amid reproved ono of tho watcher. for Sevastopol. The vessel ws oonvinandtid >
was now a hundred yard and cotton. All iron, and I thought it had cut my throat, was throughout its entire extent 330: feet using a word that was Lordly pure
behind Canada Joe So far as I could sugar, com cultivating I by Oupts. Br/ludlerand: Wran-
( but on putting hand it only in or two-thirds as high as the
is done steam up my height French.Angelcil.
the robbers ditching, etc., by .
find out power.A
and
were closing in on gel, a scientific report hat been
had and
caught a lot whiskers that been Washington monument, 87 feet .
half mile wide is taken ,
me. But we had ridden over the. and tract an engine say is placed a on each, side. cut off. There was no blood and no thick. It was constructed of burnt a Milanese actor, wa so prepared l1yt. Andriisoff, who com* 1
of the
roughest few part miles of the road and were within The engines are portable and operatea lurm. I was shot through the arm and brick, and half a dozen four-horse char. overcome by the c-nlhuslustlo reception pared the Black Sea to a stagnant '
a high
plateau
so through both legs in the same battle lots could be driven abreast along Its accorded him
top hU
cab attached to four and on flr.t
wind e ploughs, appearance
that the was tearing in a gale. pond having a maximum depth of 1
circuit -
almost breakiug the bones, but none of these the entire of the city Outride ,
under this
arrangement thirty acres a In Naples that he died
and the of
drifting now blinded day with only tho labor of elfin hurt half as much as the bullet that of this mighty wall was an enrirclintr literally Joy 200 fathoms where the water of the
are crone
over
me.Suddenly three men. Harrowing planting and did not hit me. In tact while my right ditch of corresponding width ind depth,; before the conclusion of th) evening' Mediterranean rn'nglei with that of
I had a new thought;: Way became benumbed I did I the from which used
leg suddenly clay dug was to entertainment.
other cultivation is done in like
a man the river which flow
Into (
lot take to the left, gain the plateau by t.
There is not horse not suspect till half an hour afterwardthat build the wall Also there was an inner ,
a new route, and let these bloodthirsty ner.the entire mingle draught a bullet had gone through my left wall, not so thick as the outer one IL -

robbers close their net without having on Of course, place.horses are used for the leg, too. The boys discovered it when though in itself an impassable barrier a o" idE
me inside f I rose !in my saddle with excitement off. It had foe. the midst of A
herders of cattle: of which there are 16,. they were carrying me not against any Through
at the idea, and striking spurs 000 head. The Southern Pacific Hallway pained me in the least. 1 didn't know the town the river Euphrates flowed, its ,
to brave horse 1 was soon climbingup /
my it was touched. banks on either side strengthened against
miles
runs for thirty-six through the
thegrandual at Ah! r
slope a gallop. floods or the invasion of hostile
but I was glad! Gallop! gallop! gallop. farm. The company have three steamboats JACOB S. Hiu>EDBAXDof Indianapolis by similar gigantic walls of brick.troop Oa
operating: on the water of their either has wonderful horse the horse
I seemed to hear many hones! Turningmy ;: ; a or the west bank of the stream was thepataco
estates o which there are 300 mile has wonderful Mr. Hildebrand
head suddenly over my shoulder I a owner
the the
tit king terrace on whichit
navigable. They have also an icehouse relates that the animal
from
two hundred was missing
aw my pursuers not a yards stood measuring eight miles in circum RACIHE.WIS.
a bank, a shipyard and a rice mill. the stable the other and aftera
behind me. They shouted 1 I was now morning ference. The palace of the old of
on the high plateau and the snow was long search, was found at the block Babylon was on the opposite klnf'the

Dot so deep. Gallop gallop! gallop! Japanese Student at Tale. smith shop some distance away whither river, its own terrace only four miles
Canada Joe-thank beaten!-was he had gone of his own accord. The
away round about, and the two wrre.connected
to the right, and fast behind. Gal hone had walked into the blacksmith
falling The death of a !promising young Ja;. by a superb ornamental bridge.Wash: ( -
lop! gallop! gallop! I was gaining;: on anete graduate of Vale, remote from his shop, and, taking bis accustomed place, ington Star:! i
held one foot. The smith looked at "
the robbers and they knew it. Fainter kindred is irsxpressib'y! Tanchyiawas up -
the foot held and found that the shoe
and fainter came their curse and their up
one of toe most agreeable of the A Good Liniment
shout was off. The hone was shod and re.tu. *

And then; Whiz! Crack! Thud! constantly-increasing students attracted contingent to Yale of origin-Jap. .ned to the stable. A telt-rhone message -

I looked back and saw that they both I anese the kindness of friends of the institution acquainted Sir. with 4 very good liniment for ordinary
had thrown themselves from their ally by the facts, and when he took some friend* purposes Li mixture of sweet oil and
fcad- and held by the success attained LOGLUMBERYARD
die and were taking deliberate aim. of the A to the stable to show them the wonder ammonia. Stronger one ire made with & t9iTYTRucrts-*

But to no purpose. Not one shot these by many have foreigner been remark* a ful bnrse, the animal held up the foojwhich turpentine or alcohol u the ba U. Thus SPRING WABONSjHLSTYLES.f .
rule men
touched me or my horse, and I reached ably able young",'eU' r.d, and manly fellow., hl been shod M a guarantee of a solution of camphor In alcohol is a
good faith. mild liniment alcohol and tincture of
the first station and, finally rode into in the law of selection ;
by
explained part
Walk Walla! with my precious burden which operates to seed the best, sifted J. It CBAKE; a farmer, living four Spanish fly iu proportion of oae-tenth is Musorn LADIg e CrlAUC,
Turpentine alone 1* use f
safe and sound. by competitive examination orb) bign mile north of l Springville: Ala., went to; a stronger one.
ful but is more effective when mixed
n n. i birth. and gradually Yale is his barn a few mornings and founda ,
Quietly ago of fATCNt CMA1SK KAXB V
with creosote and two
vi equal
Nickname of Officer part
small the of black snake in hens TUetoak
in a nest.
playing no part uplifting large i ins of sweet oil. This II useful for all
Japan. The death of Tanchyia adds the had already swallowed eighteen
kflid of sprains and U well rubbed in
Among the officers of the civil war tie of sorrowful interest to the relation hens egg and was trying to wallow the with the band. ,The friction often a* FISH BRS G9
mal be mentioned General Robert E- that bind the elm-embowered e&mlAU to htrn. The head and neck of the hen bad uxful as the liniment in effecting a WAGSH g

Lee who was familiarly called 'Tactebo the distant tie in the radllc.-Ne. already Uuuppeaml down the rtptilo's i cu .-{New Voik Time RAClNEW1S.
Vert" General Thomas J. Jackson Haven Palladium.. throat, and It WM maklag a desperate ,

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iOCaioe The last day of the convention was a WASHINGTON NEWS,
East t Coast o want jn-tns long rm-H as It ba possibleto
busy one, receiving[ reports.from the various but the republican are against
get
committees. A resolution to recommend
nt i>U, more tlntu Christmas and New
to.the governor of each state to appoint SECOND, SESSION OF THE Yeai'sdayn.any Iloworrr. the chances favor
TTTCSV1LL1 : FLORIDA. committee of five from their CONGRESS.
a FIFTY-FIRST compromise, prohnldv .. week *
a
fe states to act in conjunction with another --
French tariff impose doff committee to be knoWn M the committee
new tSCl-E SAM'fl DOMAIN TELEGRAPH AND CABLE.
OF
THE: LAW-HAKF.nS
S'he World's Fair The
of the was adopted.
1000 article. AOUN At 'ORK-BOtTJo OF THB
report of the committee on legislation
: EACH DAT'S! PRO-
DOUaE AND SENATE
"' :"Michael: Davilt, the Home Rule agiti.J t sllYs unity: cf'action"We rcccgnize by the the southern necessity states of tEEDICOS TERSELY TOLD. WHAT IS GOING ON IN THE

[ ,tort says Ireland$150,000,000 in SAT- here represented and that it can best The house, after-;-long! discussion, BUSY WORLD.

logs banks. ; be accomplished by a concerted system passed the renpporti ;'timent bill Wednesday --:--
ot.legislation, therefore you are requested
= : afternoon. Xwiily every.member of A SUMMARY OF OUTSIDE AFFAIRS COS-
law for the
to'provide by appointmentand
Henry M. Stanley has not forgotten maintenance of a commissioner' of the Georgia delegation, except Mr. DEN flED FROM NEWSY DISPATCHES

tis journalistic training, writes the At. immigration, whom duty it shall be to Blount voted npninst it, liecauie' York the re- FROM UNCLE RAM'S DOMAIN AND WHAT
New a
refused to
pub leans grant THE CABLE '
lanta Corutilutlon. His letters book form a board of southern immigration that BRINOS.
recount, which would have given
in the of
bureau cause
promoting
:Interview and lectures all show the a great city another member. The bill is the /
ge.
and the
Southern immigration upbuilding It w-ll The cruiser Newark on Monday
one providing for 350 member went
,ninscf newspaper man of the highest of our common southland." The reportof
difficulty to her official
probably the seaate without sea on trip.
order talent. Few men of action hare ; the finance committee was read and pass
.
The Indianapolis car works were s ld
It recommends that the
etjnaled him in his mastery of the pen. ; adopted.committee appoint a delegationto executive In the !house, on Thursday, the! bill Thursday to a syndicate of creditors for
wa pulsed for the construction of u $;;2,500.
request the governors of the States to
One of the humors of the campaign call on tho legislatures of the States for bridge Rcr>ss Duck river by the county of The Toronto, Can., city council ha*

which has floated into is financial aid, and that an appropriation Humphrey, Tenn.' The morning hour decided that hereafter street ours shall
Washington
a and Mr. of New
of .2.5,000 from each 'State be asked forth expired Farquhar, not be run on Sunday.
'dodger" issued by the Gentile party in York, moved that the house proceed to
purpose of making a full exhibitionat .8. A. Kean, doing a banking business
the consideration of the senate bill to
Salt Lake City, Utab. It looks like an the Columbian exposition. The committee the American merchant marine on under the name of 8. A. Kean A Co., at

eight-page circular, about six by ten on manufactures; recommended an place equality with that of other nations.! Chicago, made an assignment Thursday

Inches in size. The title page bears the as that all of persons manufacturing contemplating interests the beginning be invited After considerable argument: the motion morning, assets and liabilities not stated.

inscription J What lion. has done to correspond with the officials of prevailed and Mr. Farquhar took the Berlin newspapers Monday report that
in favor of the bill and 80,000 Russian Jews are expected
floor arrive
to -
argue
for Bait Lake in Congress. The rest of the bureau. Much important, routine
of the afternoon at and that
occupied the remainder Hamburg soon, arrangements -
business war transacted looking to the advancement
the page are-blank. of the Southern Immigration session. When the committee rose the are being made there to send themto

-----'" bureau and the convention adjourned. house adjourned. Brazil.
'* A writer in, the New York Tribune of The naval appropriation bill was completed The British ship Magnet left Ports
Friday by the home committee on mouth Monday for the coast of Galway
BUSINESS OUTLOOK.REPORT ,
pleads for national country roads. His
i naval Affairs/ and will be reported to the loaded with meal and potatoes, together
argument ii that better roads are needed 07 FAST WEE It'S DUllNESS BT house at once. Only one new ship is with a quantity of government stores.

in the country than the counties and DUN CO. provided for. This is to bo a triple. She is sent by the government to relieve
screw protected cruiser, like what is. distress in certain sections of Ireland.
towns that if the National GOTcrnment .
proTide; '
R G. Dun & Co's. review of trade for I' known to naval officers as cruiser No. 12.
The secretary of the navy has directed
would take charge of the matterwe It is be with-
to 7,3,10 tons displacement
,
week ending Friday, December 10th, that the contract for the construction of
should have such better roads, and says: Business continues large for the out armament, and ithe limit of cost is the timber dry dock at Port Royal, S. 0.,

therefore that the National Government 'of season, but there is a perceptible loss of fixed at (2,750,000.Neither be awarded to Justin McCarthy, of Washington
take of the confidence. The causes appear to be: house of congress considered a at (418,015, provided be accepts
ought to charge matter.
and the chancesare
est holiday recess Saturday
1. The of ,
prospect important mometary the department's .modifications of his
the legislation, the effects of which are not there will be no more than two or plans.
The Washington correspondence of clearly foreseen. 2. Frequent failures three days adjournment for Christmas.
In the Senate on Wednesday, Mr Owen Brothers, agents of the Atlantic
and difficulties in making collec ,
the York Prut contains information greater
New mills at Providence R. I. made
the tions. 8. Less satisfactory conditions in Hoar, asked unanimous consent that Friday an assignment -
1 that the seal catch in Behring Sea some large branches of industry. Probably at 3 o'clock p. m., debate on the Thursday. Tho liabilities are

under the Government contract has only more people are affected a* ti business election bill should be considered as large but tho mills will continue running
closed This was met by a chorus of objections as usual under tho management of Stephen
been often
21,000 this year. The contractors I by the undertakings uncertainty, about financial unconsciously legislation I from the democrats and tho request I'I'I O. Metcalf. The failure will be a seriousone.

are limited to a catch of 60,000. The and its effects than by any other fell through. The senate resumed The cause is stringency In tho-

poaching by sea and land is shown to causes consideration of the election bill, Mr. money market.A .

seriously threaten the entire seal life Foreign influences are not now disturb Dolph continuing his speech of Tuesday. convention of representatives from
ing. L'irge amounts of gold are arriving, lie was followed by Messrs. Morgan, the Farmers' Alliance of the seventh
bout Pribylov Island. We have at the though tile exchange baa now so advanced Gibson, Kenna, Reagan and Butler, who Kansas congressional district met at

same time statistics from Canada which as to prevent shipments, having made strong speeches Against the meas Wichita Saturday, to take action upon

'show that Canadian sealers caught upward risen 2 cents this week, and the Bank of ure. )Ir. Hoar again endeavored to extract tho election of, a successor to Senator In-
from democratic senators the men in the senate. A resolution
England lost $3,270,000 In gold without galls was
of in the
18,000.seall. Bearing changing its rate. Export of productsfor lion of some specific time-any time, no adopted instructing all tho Farmers' Alliance
region, or within 3000 as many ai tho the two weeks of December, from matter when-for taking a vote on the members of the legislature from

Americans. Tho stal'-qucstIoa is. surely New York, show n gnlu of 8 per cent pending bill.. Sir Gordon remarked that the seventh district to vote against In-
growing serious. the over last year, and I ho total last December the senate was only on the theshold of galls and work for his defeat.A .

was hardly over surpassed. Though debate on tho bill. There were quite a dispatch from Jonesville, Wig.,
Imports continue heavy, they are greatly number of senators on both sides of the says: The struggle for Wisconsin tobacco -
The check girls at. the Valley street exceeded by exports at present, and iu senate who desired to speak upon it. The has begun by a descent: upon the mar-

bleachery in Providence, It. I., have a November more than |20,000,000, although senate then adjourned.On ket of many eastern dealers. All last
in that month the exports of cot Thursday, immediately after the week the demand for leaf was sharp, but
serious to tho
grievance, according St. Ion, brcadstuffs, provisions, cattle ando approval of tho journal, the senate, on Thursday, prices rose with a jump from
Washington Star, against their unfeeling thawed a decrease $5,083,744, or 7 motion of Mr Hale, went into secret session 8 to 10 and even 12 rent Sales hare
.impl yer. This grievance is nothing get per cent.from last year. Tho exports of which lasted but a few moments. been heavy. No such excitement has

less than the fact that an unfeeling, unromantic left cotton thai far this month exceed last In its regular order a bill came up to ter been seen in tho market since 1885.
'und'aho of but there minate the reduction in numbers of the
year'g: provision,
at A dispatch from Crtigers N. Y., :
sayst
,soulless, misanthropic employer of the and
!: is a heavy decrease in grain caused by engineer corps navy, was Conductor Fred
Harm and Brakcman
lias had the audacity of putting a atop speculative prices. pissed. The bill providing that the tar
Harry Evans, of n freight train on the
te their flirtations.with men across on ,Trade at the south isfairat most pointsrepurting. iff act shall not bo held to impede or Im-
young Hudson river railway, met with a horns
considered New pair the force of treaties between the
the way by painting the windows of the healthy lit United States and another ble death Friday morning. Mr. Evans
f'A with dullat country was
Orleans, larger cotton receipts;
lost his life while trying to save the con
rooms in which they worked I The girls Memphis, but moro confident at Little called up and phccd on tho calendar.
ductor roof
who had on the icy
declared they could have tolerated any Hock, slightly improved at Montgomery Tho election bill was then taken of the cnrand was robing off. He grabbedthe
and :Mr. Coko addressed
and good at Nashville less confident at up,
other kind of but and with ; the
painting one, the senate in it. conductor and both rolled to
Jacksonville, and at Atlunti accumu opposition to
rising anger and elevated noses they in. tho bilious of cotton are large. Money lie was followed by le88rs. Collum and ground In each other's embnicc.

:dlgsantly left tho promIses, ..wearlngbet is very close at all points. Batestho also spoke in opposition to the A wreck occurred on the Valley branchof
In the speculative markets the tendency measure. The election bill was then laid the Baltimore & Ohio road, about two
pardon, vowing' never to return un has generally been dowuwurl, and the aside informally: and several bills were miles north of Harrlsonburf, Vat Thurs

til again accorded what they claim .is a markets are all hesitating, feeling that taken up and passed.' Among them were day evening. The southbound train

prerogative of their sex.f monetary legislation may indefinitely house bills for public buildings at Home, drawn by three engines, ran into a snow
alter the situation Hence, largely increased i $25,000)), and Koidsville, Mo., ($25,000). drift and was derailed. Two of the engines
immediate supplies of money by I After a short executive session, the senate were thrown from the track and
The experiment of the Washington are tho import of gold anu treasury disbursement adjourned. demolished, while the third was thrown

poUofflce la mounting mail collectors *, have lets effect thau might bo execlod. senator:; Stewart of Nevada, one of the across the track. Six persons, all railroad

.n bicycles has proven successful, announces | ]> Failures of the week: number free coinage silver men of the senate, employee were injured.
the New Orleans Ttrnes.A werat. 1103, compared, with 306 for the same tlmo fronted A sensation in the force bill camp A Quebec dispatch says The westbound
\ last week. Friday afternoon by ranking a speech in Halifax, express train went
After several meatW trial with rented which he out and
come plainly emphatically through a bridge at that placo shortly be-

|.. tat hLnci the offlco has purchwd out The : RUBE'S CAPTOR ogaist the force bill. Mr. Faulkner fore noon Thursday. The entire train,
offered an amendment of which he had
--'- except the baggage car and engine, went
number of bicycle of uniform '
right ,,' i IS PAID ONE THOUSAND DOLLAES /F THE given notice the other day, being: a substitute down. A number of passengers were
pattern. A regular system of bicycle I REWARD MOXKT. for section 14, at to the appoint. killed, and others injured. No particulars -

collections has been arranged. Bicycles !: ment of threo election canvasser lot the ns to the cumber of killed and in

( A Birmingham dispatch says: A par state, upon application therefor. jured, but it is said the cars were-
have almost entirely displaced the one tial payment and settlement of the reward He had the floor to speak upon, it but smashed to pieces.

bone cart for collections, except: in the that offered for the late train robber, yielded to Mr. Stewart, who madean

suburbs and in the heart of the business Rube Burrows, was'mvlo Friday. J. D. argument against the bilL on THE. RECORD BROKEN.
'' Carter, the man who killed Burrows, met the ground that: an attempt to executeit -
section where the collections are too '
the officers of the Southern Express in the south would be disastrous to SUCCI COMPLETES III8 REMAnKABLK PASTOr
heavy for the wheelmen. Not all the Company in this city, to arrange a settlement both races. The fact that this was the FORTY-FIvE!: DAYS.

work: of collection, however, is done by of the reward. The amount offered first open opposition to the bill on the

mounted men, for on certain of their by the express company and three rail- ,. part of a republican senator caused the Signor Succi, the Italian faster, who
road companies jointly was $2,500. Of closest attention to be paid to :Mr. Stew began a fast forty-five days at New Yorkon
trips the regular letter-carriers collect as son this amount Carter was paid 1,000, and art's speech on both sides of the chamber. November 5th, a 6:10 o'clock, ended

they go. But as compared with collectorson the express officials will consult John At the close of his speech, Mr, Hoar rose his fast at 8:23 o'clock Saturday "night

loot, the mounted men are much the McDuffie, who assisted in the capture of and said that he would not now reply to fhe little bundle of nerves, sinews and
Burrows, before they pay the balance. it, but hu wished to have put upon .Muscles has accomplished what no one
more nlu ble. It bas been the experience for The United States government's reward I record the provisions of the force bill to aver did, or even attempted. Other

at the Washington postofHce that tug cf $1,000 and the various state rewards which reference: had been made, and tasters have gone forty days without food.

two men on wheels can do the work of i are have not been paid. J. D. Carter, who which bad passed the house in 187o. Put they were so weak they could not sit
three foot. The is killed Burrows, is a cripple for life from Mr. Faulkner's amendment wait then lp. Dr. Tanner could not sit up after
men en
new a
system the effects of the wound ho received dur- taken up and discussed by many senators, the tenth day and could mt write his
,success and hu evidently come to slay. 'I Incr the fightFIi. left arm la paralyzed. bat no vote was taken. lame after the fifteenth day, but Succi.
Saturday was a field day in the senate. has scorned the idea of 'weakening all

Canary Birds in Church. Senator Spooner took the floor in favorof through the weary weeks> lie now
Penny savings institutions to be
are
the force bill, and made an extensive weighs 104} pounds, having suffered alotu
established in Boston on a plan essentially was ; The people of tho Knickerbocker Ave preroration. lie was followed by Sena. of 42} pound mil first food :was ft

the same as the British Postal Saving of nuo Methodist Episcopal Church Brook tor lag all*. Altogether the day was, cup of cocoa. ._. _
Bank. The is to afford tho lyn, N. Y., have resorted to something perhaps the most interesting one in the
purpose absolutely rew. The edifice was openedon senate service-the commencement of the A NEWSPAPER SUED.
poor a convenient means of saving small Sunday last and when the congregation force bill discussion. 'I be bill will probably .

sums. No interest will be paid, as the entered the building they found live be laid aside early next week for the A DEFEATED CANDIDATE WANTS (43,000-

Income from such inveitmenta at can bee canaries in w many bright, new wire financial measure. FOR 1N4UIIT TO Ills EEFL'TATION
cages hanging in a straight; line acroaltbo -
made will not be larger than the expense centre of tbe auditorium, about fit "UTtII. Myron Van Auken, republican candidate

|of handling the funds. The benefit to teen feet above the head: of the wcrshipers. The iJcntou for district attorney in Oneida
Sbe derived frem the The bird twittered and sang all pr Thursday, nominatedto county, New York, in lbM!| and who-
system are largely be pobUna-stcra Morgan b. Hu.sell, at
was beaten baa now'brought
through the morning services, but none by a large majority
i!fore bQ the money that can be saved. secmc:l to object to them. Even the Tuskegee, \ &., and Frederick B. Fay, at suit against" the Ctifti Observer*

iff) is not likely in any case to grow into rr\'b.r appeared to forget their chirp- Union Springs the following, Ala. t-ominations The senate: 1'obt-confirmed alleging that each of twenty-two editorials -

a sum sufficient to than tide the in* f'iring: the delivery of his si-rrnou. damaged him $JooO, making $93,-
more itiaster*- Duncan Jordan, CuthUrt Gu. ; is
|.N fV depositor nr some short period of mis of : J. G. Gutlin, Dariiogtoa Com t house, damaged (10,000 additional by his de

fortune. The Inculcation' of the habit of a A PAISrtl. MEUORT.'Clriu4stnne. & C., and 1'hillip Gerlach, Orungcburg, feat, ucoomp fished by publications, and.

saving is the Important thing. It develops : were you ever a candidate 5. C. *claim $10,000 besides, making 'UO/>"
Mr. Sherman reported to the senate n all, for injury to his professional, reputation.
asked, his friend.
thrift and is the surest of the for oleic!
way ; from the tiuance committee, ThuM.&Ymorning The 6&tTv opposed Van An-
'
Yes 1 went through a campaign
checking pauperism. The person who once a. a, riiudidute."replied Grindstone he financial bill agreed upon ken's election on tbe ground that it waft

learns to save has learned the first lessonof ,, a* a luck oX pain flitteu across his face, by thu Republican caucus Wednesday sought by gamblers and the wont class
.
success All the knowledge that can "but 1 lived it down, KUjordan night, and it was recommitted to the of the ouv.A _._
finance committee.! The only change of
Tribane.Tat
be lived it down.IChiewgo[ CANAL OVRFLOWS
gained from school and la
colleges consequence made ia the measure was the -
riot, to the who be selt.de.peRle t bavin limitation banks having a
parson must: Nor.3we.II1OUU t. polio are ; on eapitalofno LED ONE BCHDREO FtCPLR DROWHSD-A
acme didk-ulty in prevent in: Montiua cattle \ thin $50,000 of the
t, worth as much at knowledge of are : search inure operation SOUTH AMKklCAS HORROR.
territory lu
: from uteriDZ Canadian
the provision, reducing to $1,000 the
how to save and the habit of doing it. and of tOO : River region and the pones hay.been compulsory requ rement of deposit of A dispa'ch: of Sunday from Bneaoa-
It Li the foundation of all fortunes. It b Dr. than bonds with the
busily e a' *g 4 ia ilnvuix away treasury. Ayers, says: A disaster baa occurred at
the best safeguard against intemperance test from the
and immorality Throughout Uat worldit I
win be Uuad that. In those countries ten-day recess wu proposed, but was houses. One hundred lives are Tepwtttlit
miles of railroad the laughed at. The senators were almost General Roes minklar of the late-
where there h frugality, there, also theJUgheat ? ] : Kansas has more t cther.r unanimously of the opinion that no recess j rior has goo to tie seen to iuperiatseidmesiwea

average of morality. the j all the ;New England States put at alL tnore ttan! two or three dale of relief.



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A RACE WITH ROBBERS.MtLLKlV was beat known t by the name of "Stono. SOMEWHAT STRANGE. I effort to swallow tile Sod 1- Crane pulled A iuonlfj
wall Jackson '' which he received at the the hen out of tho snake' mouth and :Soprano. Tke Finest Part of Marble C..oa.
,
--.. battle of Bull Kun. General George U. -- killed the make. Tho hen wail perfectly When an animal in the Zoological j.,an article In SeribnerV on tha. '

'JOAQCIN nEIA TES AXbjr McClcllan was called "Little :Mac" ACCIDENTS AND INCIDENTS OP limp and seemed to be dazed, but in a Garden gets! thoroughly acquaintedwith "Grand Canon of the Colorado," B.tt.

i1xCEflislCl., General Gcbrge II. Thomas! was called EVKHY-DAY LIFE few moments she revived and when visitor who, perhaps, make frequent Stanton says
"The Hock of Chickamauga."because some new eggs had been placed in the
pursued of his courage and firmness i in that bloody nest she resumed her duties as though calls, and Is on friendly terms This part of the Marble Canoh,

Threo' De pcrailo battle. General Joseph Hooker was admiringly Queer Episode and Thrilling Adventure nothing unusual had occurred. with thorn, It makes! known it* satisfaction from Point Retreat for thirty-five

While How Carrying $toooo In Gold called "Fighting Joe," a name Which Show that Truth If Is one of the Western provinces of In various way when the familiar mile down to the Little Colorado toby

the Poet got out of a Tight which needs no explanation GeneralW. Stranger than Fiction. Russia during long-continued droughts, facet appear. far the most beautiful and Inter:
,Place. S. Hancock was culled "The White tho 'Magistrate convenes and a "plowingof
Horseman of Gettysburg." because he A WHITER in tho New York Star nays the water'1 is officially ordered. After There Is no animal In tho collectionmore eating canon we have yet passed]

Joaquin Miller, the "poet of rode a large white horso in that famous Can a man become intoxicated on chewing an early morning procession the highly prized than it "Signor1e1l1nl through. At Point Retreat tho marble .

," describes in :St. Nicholas a the thrillIng Sierras battle. General William T. Sherman is friend,: gum of?mine I can not believe that he it, know yet a' women and girls aro drummed togetherin ," known to tho common run walls stand perpendicularly 800 feet,
assures me
admiringly called Gen-
adventure which ho had iu the Far "Uncle Billy. fellow who does I tho afternoon for the pnrx| >!so of the of the public as tho "ringing from the watcrt tgo whllo the sand
West in his eral Philip H. :Sheridan:: was called "Lit- a it. The man in question act of "water plowing.*' This consistsin monkey e< ,
youth. He
"I was lying ice-bound:aye at: tie Phil." General John A. Logan was! I is the superintendent of one of the tho tearing up 1" of tho bottom of a In no way Is the title a misnomer, for stone above benches back in '.\..;..e8and -

Idaho. Men wanted to send Lewiston be. called "The Black Eagle of Illinois." big breweries of New York. He does near-by stream by means of aplowpullod tho comical-looking little fellow can cliffs to 2,500 feet high. Jc ( below
money General not drink liquor of kind not even
low to their friends or fainllos; merchants :I [New York Kilp-itrick Dispatch.was called "Kill.- his own beer He can any tell tho, quality of by largest half-clad and women dame and in led the by the sing a song nlmost'as prettily as a can. this the canon it narrowest, ,

: letter, anticipating the great ruin, must the brewing by the color and smell. Oncein The recent performance strongest of this vlllasre. ary bird, and It Is not unlike tho warb- being but a littlo over 800 feet from

get through the snow to Walla awhile, however, ho feels like getting has served it ceremony llnffs of the feathered either. wall to wall. At goon the
Walla. Would,! go? Could I go? AGED INDIANS. hilarious in some feeling is to bring to the nttrutf songsters, we mar- ,
wayThe
The snow was deep. The trails, over likely to come upon him on the Fourth of of a curious world. Head Keeper Byrne took party off bin rapidly rIses till it stands in per' t '

open and monotonous mountains, were Remarkable Longevity of the I ca. July or some similar occasion of holidayor N\MHio a racc-hnrso: in New Zealandwas i ends( around tho other day directly pendlcular cliffs 700 to 800 feet high,

drifted full. Could any living! man face tlve of Southern California rejoicing.When made the occasion of a grand ('cremo.I after ho bad cent tho lions and tigerson colored with all tho tints of 'the rain.
the
drifting snow and find his way to ho feels that way, so my friend I nv lately in the Otago district The
Walla Wall ? ,At brat the merchant Fays, and he ought to know, our superintendent I ovyjier; invited many guest to assemblein a jolly drunk, and gave them bow, but mostly red.

had tried to hire' Indians to undertake The early inhabitants of Southern California buys a large box rf somo peculiar : thedining-hall of a neighboring hotel, rare treat In rocnlism. Members of In many places toward the top It U ; ,

the trip; and deliver their letters. Not according to the, statement of art of chewing gum, and makes a and the colt was ridden Into tho.hotel, the party were directed to go Into tho honeycombed with caves, arches, and
one could bo found to go. When the Mr. 11. II. Bancroft and other reports, : job of it. Ho docs not attempt to do where a little child named the budding !
storm abated a little the wero found to be in monkey house and lake a stand In a grottoes, with hero and there n natural ,
who
men kept living Spartan con anything else for the time being., Ho devotes racer, pouring champagne over iti head, .
the ferry across the Shoshonee fiver ditions as to temperance and training, himself to that chewing gum., One while the assembly cheered vociferously.The certain corner. Diicctly after tho appearance bridge loft from one crag another .

raped off the snow, nnd cutting down and in a highly moral condition, in consequence cake of it alter another disappears. lie colt, however, objected to the of Mr. Byrne val tho ttgna'' over some sldowash, making a grotesque ,-
the upheaved blocks of ice mado it pos- of which they had uncommon chews all the sweetness out of tho gum proceedings, Ho plunged about so that for
1no'l
exhibition. and
All tho wonderful i
Bible to cross with a horse. physical, endurance and contempt for and then throws it away. When he has he upset tho table, scattering all the picture a* out ,,fi.

At first I meant to carry only letters. luxury. This training in abstinence and masticated about four or five dozen of preparations for tho feast and gave a ovcro monkeys In the cage, big and little, littlo boats glide along this quiet portion -' ..

But having finally consented to take a hardship, with temperance in diet, combined tho wafers ho is the possessor of what kick in tho face to one of the chief with ono exception, began to scamper of tho river, to many hundred '

little gold for one merchant, I soon found with tho climate to produce the the boys call "abcautiful jag." At leastso guests. about and chino 0110 another in wild feet below.At '

I should lose friends if I did not take astonishing longevity to l-o found here. my friend say There was a friend of Tun temple of tho W. C. '1'. 17 being! Tbolr tho foot of those- cliff In
gold for others. The result 1 Contrary to the customs of glee. joy know no bounds. many
was that most other mine once who assured me that he had erected at Chicago is to cost f 100,000
had to take gold worth nearly ten thou. tribes of Indians, their aged were tho seen an oyster which had been taught to and to bo thirteen stories in height. The,, Tho ono exception wa tho grave places, are fountains of pure, spark

sand dollars. care of the community. Dr. W. A. play tho piano. I did not belle va him, magnificent audience room on tho first and gifted "Slgnor llolllnl." Ho stood ling water gushing from tho rock-Ia

A few mufflcd-up friends came downto Winder, of Ban Diego, is quoted as say just because he was my friend' Your floor will bo known as Willard Hall, iu erect and walked to the front in slow. ono place, Vasiey's Paradise, several'
the riTcr bank to see me off. It ing that in a visit to El Cajon a
wns Valley own friends will some times tell you honor of tho President of the society,
a great nent. For two weeks we had some thirty years ago ho was taken to whopping big yarns. Tho one who tells and will be lined with marble, upon| and unspeakably 'ol11ll'al manner. hundred foot up tho alt-and dropping .

not had a line from the outer world. And a house in which the aged persons were me the chewing gum story avers by tho which will bo inscribed tho names of When cloio to the bars of tho cusro he among shrubbery, form, and )

meantime the civil war was raging in all cared for. There were half a dozen Great : that it is! positivelytrue. noblewomen, and memorial windows and threw back his bead, much after tho flowers! some of which oven at this
its terriblo fury. As I set out that bleak who had reached an extreme Some proof
age. In it ho pointed out the busts ot tho women who have lived and
and icy tnoruiug, after I had mounted my were unable to move, their bony frame brewery to mo. labored for tho cui: o of tompcranco will manner of the old-tlmo choir leader time of tho year are found In bloom.

plunging pony I aw in the crowd several being seemingly anchylosed. They wero form its decorations. nnd began to ting. The song did not ,
AN Americus of
On.
faces that I did not like. There old, wrinkled, and blear-eyed their ( ) correspondent
; tho Globe Democrat, tells this cow story Miss rAtTII"ntnxO of Martinsvillc ]lat long but what there wa of It was lush lit 1I1oMh.
was Dave English, who was hung on that skin was hanging in leathery folds about ,
pot with several of his followers, not their withered limbs; some had hair us I saw my Durham cow Juno do a thing Ind., is probably the only woman in tho really musical. It consisted of n few Thu struggle of childhood with

forty days later; there was Boone Helm, white as snow, and had seen some seven tho other day that had I been simply United Mates:: whose natural hair has attained nun and ended with a long trill that synonymous lerms is Illustrated in the

hung in Montana: ; Cherokee Hob, killedin score of years; others, still able to told of it I should have set down as a a length of seven feet. It is very easily reached high "C." of.
Nothing cato n flvo-yonr-oKl Tloga
boy
Millersburgh; and also Canada Joe. crawl, but so aged as to be unable to tremendous falsehood. Juno is tho gentlest heavy, and of n light brown color. The
This last lived with some low Indians a stand, went slowly about on their hands of creatures, and my children often lady is well known in that city, and could induce tho haughty signor to re- who was recently visiting an aunt In

little way down tho river. So when he and knees, the limbs being attenuated take advantage of her good nature to tho truth of tho statement i is attestedto spend to an encore When tho last tho country. ,
'rode ahead of antI withered. tease her, though, of course, I have for by ninny of her friends. Tho lady i.Ii is
me I was rather glad than The organs of special 'bidden them touch her. On tho unto died away ho turned toward a ",Ja'k, tnkn this mug into ''the din.
otherwise; for 1 felt that he would not sense had in nearly lost'nil activity to occasion feet inches high, and when standing
go far.. I kept watch of him, however. some generations many back. Some had I speak of my littlo Minnie, aged erect her hair rent-he tho floor and formsa little bit of monkey and began to In -I'OQm and put it on Iho buffet"'

And when I saw that he skulked around lost the use of their limbs for more than 5, had followed mo Into the milking trail almost two feet in length.A pull him about In a perfectly shameless aid! hU aunt ono Afternoon. Jack

under the hill, as if he were going home, a decade or a generation; but tho organsof other pen, and, whilo I to was busy Juno with the MMUNB curiosity is oil exhibition nt manner, and ended by robbing marched bravely otr, though 'evidently
cows, began plague tin-
and then finally got buck into the trail, life and tho "great sympathetic" still; All lit I startled Astoria, Oregon. It consists of au ordinary him of n savory 1'0Iulut-I'hllaI101. :
seen by mo. once was! by mystified.t
I knew there was trouble ahead. kept up their automatic functions, not seaweed fret in
But the "Hubicon" was now behind. recognizing tha fact, and surprisingly hearing and the child about scream out Minnie'in affright, length, and at tho some lower twenty end tho clusterof phlu Ledger "I know what built i.1 auntie," lio s

My impetuous horse was plunging in the indifferent to it, that the rest of tho turning saw caughtup remarked ho back W.tho
the cow's horns. first l idea roots Lava a linn hold of an aggregation as canto ) "why, *
on My
now and I was soon tearing through body had ceased to be of any use a generation was naturally that tho gentle creature of marine shells several pounds in Limit of the KarthN: Population. Ktoboard." rk .
,the storm up tho hill. Onco fairly on or more in the pa t. Dr. Palmer weilYht. These shells
nro occupied a Before
Iho
had rebelled at hat I, ana about to by recent meeting of the
was 'rh;> next morning at tho breakfast
my way I looked back below. Dave has a photograph (which I have curious! inhabitant that has a bcuktint
toss her tormentor I started in British
English and Boone Helm were bidding seen) of a squaw whom he estimates to for tho pair, but ,before so I could a reach run resembles a chicken's, only it is divided Association at Leeds, Mr. tablo fried<< ninth was served. p

good-by to two mounted cowboys at be one hundred and twenty-six years them Juno had carefully borne the child perpendicularly instead of horizontally I'aventtoln mado BOIIIO interesting remarks "Auntie. what Is mush?" asked
the ferry-house. Ten minutes later I old. When ho visited her ho saw her ,
as on tho earth's lie
to the barred which I had closed population. Jack.
.
gate, CAIRO, III., boys are doing n wholesale
looked back through the blinding snow, put six watcmclons in a blanket, tie
I saw that these two desperate fellows it up, and carry it en her back for two on entering the pen to keep the other business: In sparrow The birds pointed out Die various, areas on tho ccMu hP Why, mush it mtish," was, k

were following me. miles. He is familiar with Indian customs cows in, and deposited her screamingat make roost in an old chimney In an world's surface which wore uninhabited tho reply e60h1"
tho top of her voico, but quite unhurt, abandoned house Tho bore havo
True, there was nothing criminal in and history and a careful cross- no-; and said the area of tho land
convinced on tho other side, and then quitcly returned cured a net, and after tho iiirds to I
that. The two highwaymen had a right examination him that her information go
to her feeding. roost at night they tho net over within, tho limits fit for the growth of Then moment later lie !
to rido behind me if they wished. And of old customs was not obtained spread a murmorecli i

Canada Joe had just as good a right to by tradition. She was conversant A LETTER from Handout, N V., says: tho htmney top. }:very morning they cereals was 40,350,000 square mllct- "Buffet Is tldeboard ;,inuili It mush '
ride ahead of But be with tribal habits she had who lives road have from fiO to 200 s Kiwrrowt, for which cultivable
me. to on a horse I seen Chaunccy Snyder, on a namely, 28,209,000 square wonder what ham
deep in the blinding snow and loaded practised, such as the cremation of the leading to the Overlook Mountain, for they get 1} cents per head bounty.A miles; steppe, 13,901,000 miles 1sPhiladelphiaPress. "
down with bad dead which the mission fathers had time has missed from his square ; .
gold was enough. To some sheep KAMII.V of the name of Moore, liv. and s
have a desperado blocking the narrow compelled the Indians to relinquish. flock. After tho recent fall of snow he ing near Columbus, Ind., has a peculiarand desert, 4,160,000 square miles. i
trail before you with his two friends behind She had seen the Indians punished by saw the tracks of a largo wildcat in one distinguiiiliiiig family mark running Tbo population of the area In 1890 Photographic Map ''of the Sky.

you was fearful 1 1I the fathers with floggings for persisting of his fields. That night, accompaniedby through three generations. At a reunionof wa 1,467,600,000, and the population All over Iho world on moonlit iilghU ,/fl
had two six-shooters close at hand in the practice of cremation.At his big bulldog and armed with gun, twenty-seven which represented '
persons
in tho astronomer
under the bearskin flap of my saddle-bag the mission of San Tomas, In Snyder lay in wait for the sheep-killer. the three generations, nineteen year 2072 A. I)., should the are busily preparing a '

where tho gold was. I kept my left Lower California, is still living an In. Near midnight tho wildcat made its pinsurance. had six toes on each footIN present increase in the population bo photographic map of the iky.. It will, ,

hand in my pocket where lay a small diana photograph of whom 1>1'. Iicmon- In an Instant dog and wildcat maintained, would be 9-iOOOOOO. be a stupendous work of some 2000fcheett. ,
six-shooter and dino shows bent and wrinkle whose in conflict. Tho cat Ifabersham Park, Ga., !II a curious
warm ready. Once as ), were engaged
He and
had will
calculated that thlt exhibit ltartnot
About five feet from tho populationwas many
grapevine.
,the and is at hundred and was with claws
drifting blinding snow broke age computed one a big one, as sharp as
away up the mountain, I saw Canada Joe forty years. Although blind and naked, needles, and when Snyder: neared the ground, from a largo live oak, there pro tho number the earth could before noted. 'Sky photography, "

with his head bent down in the storm ho is still active, and daily goes down combatants the snow was rod with their trudes a grapevine| about one inch In feed if they were content with a 1* practically a new discovery, and

till pushing on ahead of mo at a safe the beach and along the beds of the blood. Tho wildcat hud the advantageof diameter, The tree is perfectly solid, I reasonable increase In their present promises, more for the agronomical
distance. A tew moments after, as I creeks in search of drift.woodmaklngithis the dog, und Snyder raised his gun and no roots to the grapoviuo can be ,
crossed and climbed the farther bank of daily task to gather and carry to and brought it down with full force ecu. allowance and did not develop Into tcicnce than alinott any mechanical e

an ugly canon, the two robbers came camp a fagot of wood.-[Harper'* the skull of the cat. The animal reeled I A nKnSEV Al.D (Done County, Wis.) voracious anlmnlt. Of course, that discovery which )hat preceded it. A

close enough; to hail me. One of them Magazine and appeared- dazed for a moment. man swallowed a large darning needle depended upon whether the earth' "map" exposure shows only the tam
held up a- bottle. They evidently in Then it sprang upon Snydcr' shoulder and went to a doctor to hate It removed.
tended to overtake me if they could, Largest Farm in the World. and drove its claw deep into his ilcsh. Tho doctor made him sneeze, und on the surface was properly cultivated. ylilble! to the naked eye, or, through a. j

and profess to be friendly. This I must Tho dog was up in time and grappledwith third attempt tho needle came and tuck weak glass, but at the plate remain*

not allow. I urged my ambitious horseto In the extreme southwest corner of the cat, and then there wan a rough into a pin cushion, on the doctor' .table, Kxtraordlnary: Deaths exposed more and till more tan con

his, beat. But, to ,my dismay, as I Louisiana, says Spare Moments, lies the and tumble light. Snyder rained blow A Wrt.LIAxral'ellT Mich..) man whose Klpbluitone died of a broken heart tlnuo to make their su
largest producing farm in the world. after blow the head appearance upon
battened up a narrow pass I found that I upon cat' with his
was not far behind Canada Joe. This Measuring one hundred miles north and gun barrel until the animal wo killed. well ran dry found that tho roots of a over tho result of the battlo of FJod- it. Exposure for lout or more boons ''
low browed black south, and twenty-five miles cost and Both and his willow had grown, a distance of twenty-
fellow was reported to Snyder bulldog paid dearly with such extremely sensitive
four plate.
feet coiled
thu bottom in den.Tho
on
be the worst man in all that country. west, it is owned and operated by a syndicate for their victory. The former had a up a Emperor Frederick HI and bit
solid, mass and were carrying all tho ai are now perfected, hat dllclolOtJ'
And that was saying he was bad in. of Northern capitalists The deep wound in his shoulder, while the ,
deed.I 1,500,000 acres of the tract wero pur dog wo wounded in a dozen places water into the foliage. ton, Maximilian 1., both died from counties celestial bodies which enD"7,Sf.' s

was in a tight place now, atd had to chased in 1883 from the State of Louisiana The wildcat weighed thfrty-four pound*, A BTOXEMAHOX at liuckjcn, Germany! eating too bvartily! of melon. the largest telescope Iran never ,

think fast. My first plan was to ride and from the United States Goy and was the largest of its species ever made a bet that he could get his null Nalonlln, ,the Hpanlth theologian, reached[TlmeDeraocraU..
forward and face this man before the ernment. killed in the Catskill trimmed and \pared by a pasting train, died because ho t t
others came up. But I was really afraid At that time it was a vast grazing laud The mason lost the bet and nil lily tin. was accused by the 1.
for the cattle of the few dealers of the "Tun severest pain I ever experiencedin popo of having falsified a In
of himIt seemed much easier task to ger>>, passage The Black tea
a battle," said United State Senator ... ____ .___ Stagnant Pond
turn rnd kill neighborhood, over 30,000 head of half Si. \ .
the Ullnltlnc.It
two rear men and get Tho v
Cockrell, who was wounded three times, Hydrographlcal Department: of
wild horses and
cattle being thereon.
back to town. But, nol 1'01! All this caused bullet did and Its Wall It said that after .Mai her be the
was abandoned almost Now this immense tract is divided into was by a that not hit Babylon the Russian Navy hal tent a gunboatto
as soon as thought me at all. I was riding'at the head of. great }French writer had Leon dead
convenient stations or'ranchcs ,
of. In those pasture explore the Black Sea from
days the
even most desperate Ude.ua, v,
when it under The of Babylon built In the
regiment passed city wu
had certain existing every six miles. The fencing my my over an hour, he raised the
rights which their surviving draperyand
friends would alono cost in the neighborhood of $50,- thin with a whistle and a slash like a'' form of square; it was surrounded by to Constantinople, and from Datum to

1 but enforce.few 000. The land is best adapted for rice, saber stroke. It slung me like a red-hot ,I a wall fifty-five mile long, and thU wall reproved ono of the watchers for Kcbantopol. The vessel was commanded N
was now a hundred yards and cotton. All iron, and I thought it had cut my throat, was throughout its entire extent 350 feet using a word that was Lardly pure .
behind Canada Joe. So far as I could sugar, corn cultivating, by Oupt Bplndlerand Wran-
etc. is done gleam but on putting up my hand it only in height, or two-third as high as the French.Angelci.
ditching, by .
find out the robhers're in power.A I and clentlflo
closing gel
on a report baa been
caught a lot of whisker that bad been Washington monument, and 87 feet
tract half mile wide is taken
a ,
me. But we had ridden over the and an engine say is placed on each side. cut off. There was no blood and no thick It was constructed of burnt 'I. a Milanese actor, was so prepared by 51. Andriuoff who compared

roughest part of the road and were within The and lurm. I WM shot through tbe arm and I brick, and half a dozen four-hone chariot overcome by the entbiulutllo reception the Black Sea to
few mile of the engines are portable, operatea a stagnant
a high
plateau, so
through both leg in the tame battle could bo driven abreast>> along its top IICCQl'tletllllll1
cab'o attached to four and I ou hit lint]
that the wind w as tearing in a gale, ploughs circuit appearanceIn pond having a maximum depth of 1,.
almost under this breaking the tones, but none of these the entire of the city. OuUldo
and the arrangement thirty acres a Naples that bo died
drifting know blinded day are over with only tho labor of clip hurt half us much as the bullet that of this mighty wall was an encircling literally of joy 200 fathoms where the water of the

me.Suddenly I had I three men.gone Harrowing, planting and did not hit me. In tact, while my right ditch of corresponding width and depth, before the conclusion of tin ennlo;:'. Mediterranean ra'uglet with that of
a new thought Way
leg became suddenly benumbed I did the dug from which wu used to ell tertlliu ole nt.
other cultivation U done in like,
the rlrer
tot take to the left the a man the which dow 'Into It.
gain plateau by
till half hour build wall. Also there inner
There is horseon not suspect an afterwardthat << wa an
ner. not a single draught
a new route, and let these bloodthirsty
the entire a bullet had gone through my left .'all. not *o thick a* the outer one -
robbers close their net without having Of course, place.bones ore used for the leg, too. The boys discovered it when though in itself an Impassable barrier I fN o" f MOak.o
me inside ? I rose in my saddle with excitement off. It had ft the midst of ..
herders of cattle, of which there are 16,. they were carrying me not against any Through G
at the idea, and striking spurs 000 head. The Southern Pacific Railway pained me in the least. I didn't know the town the river Euphrates flowed, its
to my brave horse I was soon climbing touched. bunk either tide!
for miles the it was on strengthened against
runs thirty-six through
up thegrandual slope| at a gtillop. Ah! flood or the invasion of hostile troopsby
but I wo glad! Gallop! gallop! gallop.I I farm. The company have three steamboats JACOB S. IIitoeBBASO.of Indianapolis, similar gigantic will of brick. On
I operating on the waters of their either has wonderful hone the horse
seemed to hear many horses! Turning a or rV
bunk
the west of the stream the
: estates, ot which there are 300 mile hat wonderful Mr. Hildebrand ww
,
head shoulder I a owner I
suddenly
over
my ray of the king, the terrace which
aw two not hundred navigable. They have also an icehouse, relate that the animal was mining from palace on a
my pursuers a yards it stood measuring: eight mile in circum HACINE.WIS. I'
-
behind me. They shouted I I was nowon a bank, a shipyard and a rice mill. the stable the other morning, anal, after ference. The pauceof the old of f fLOGLUMBER'ARD

the high plateau and the snow was a long search, was found at the black JUbjloa wu OD the ppoite, klnfl the

not to deep. Gallop! gallop! gallop! Japanese Student at Yale. smith hop some distance away, whither river, its own terrace only four mile
Canada Joe-thank beaten! he bad gone of his own accord. The
-was 81
away round about, and the two were.('onnected
to the right and faat falling behind. Gal- hone had walked into the blacksmith
The death of a promising young Jfcp- by a luperbornau&utatlorillge.-Wa.th.(
lop! gallop gallop! I was on shop, and, taking his accustomed place, &t
;gaining InCH graduate of Vale, remote from hi* ington .r, '
held one foot. The smith looked at j
the robbers and they knew it. Fainter in up
kindred i-sxpressib'y: Tanchyiawas
the font held and found that the shoe
and fainter came their curse and their one of the most agreeable of the up A Good Liniment.S
boat. was off. The hone was shod and re-

And then; Whix! Crack! Thud! constantly-increasing: students attracted contingent to Yale; of originally Jap. tu.ued to the stable. A telephone metMge -

I looked back and taw that they both anese the kindness of friends of the institution acquainted Mr. llildetrind with very good liniment for ordinary
I flail thrown themstlves from their sad by and held by the attained the facts, and when he took some friend purposes k mixture of sweet oil and
dies and were taking deliberate aim. of the success A to the stable to how them the wonder ammonia. Stronger one we made with a- @ITYTRUCZS -e

But to no purpose. Not one abut rule these by many men have foreigner been remark.* a ful bone the animal held up the foot turpentine or alcohol a*the .....Lt. Tb me or horse and I reachedthe young which 1aI been shod u a guarantee of s solution i>l camphor In alcohol U a
touched my ably able, well rid, md manly fellow,
good faith. mild liniment alcohol and tincture of
first station and rode into
finally, in the law of selection .
by MtsNT
explained part
Walla Walla, with my precious burden, which operate to send the best, lifted J. It CHASE, a farmer, living four (gpaoifch tly io proportion of one-tenth i II / tius4rNS I.ADIIe Crul4c.ATtat .
t>ne. Turpentine along U useful ,
afe. and sound. by competitive examination or by hip mile north of Springrille, Ala., went to a stronger
but i 11 more effective when mixed
+ *- crud Yale is his barn a few morning and founda ,
birth. Quietly ago 'ItAU&
aRAfea
wally with of creosote and two
v> equal part
:Nickname of Officer
mall of black snake in a hen' neat. The
playing no part lajjje
are of swat oil. This i* useful for all
-
The death of Tanchyia add the make had already wallowed eighteen "
Japan.
and i well rubbed
kinds of in
ipralni,
Among the officers of the civil war tie of sorrowful interest to the relations bea' egg and w u trying to swallow the
with the band. The friction I* often a* FISHBRS WAGSH( !! G9
may be mentioned General Robert E, that bind the elm.embowered campus to ba. The bead] end neck of the hen Lad uMful a* the Uninuat in eteettag a \zZt7;

Lee,"who va familiarly called '-facieHo the distant isle in the Pacific.-(Xew already tlksupeared down the reptile's cu?.-(New YOlk Time RAOINE.WIS.
\crt." Central Thomas J. Jackson Haven Palladium. throat, and it WM making a desperate

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:.. THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE. ... FLORIDA CENSUS. act governing the powers of the the county treasury. This delegation THE WILKINSON COTTAGES]
of
Railroad Commission be placed in consisting A representative

WEMtT: amNA1.-WtTOTBD: TO t*" DETIOPRtaT : L- According to the census report, the hands of the best men in the from the Underwriters and a man J
A
Florida's of increase next legislature for careful amend delegated by the people of this
OP TRI J5PIAH MVER: AID percentage INDIAN RIVER FLA.
LARK:WORTH KRTTIOXII. during the last decade was greater ment, and let its present defects be section, with proper credentials, ROCK LEDGE, ,

than that of any other State in the thoroughly remedied. In our neigh- would proceed to visit the great

Office: Washington Avenue Tltusrllle, Union-being 44.88. Kansas came bor State, Georgia, the Railroad port of New York, and show the These Cottage are Newly Built, Nicely Furnished, and within ten minutes' xad,
Indian River Florida. next with 42. Nevada has a bad Commission has been in existence steamship lines, whose fleets pass
,
case of die-back according to the many years and is not without our Cape almost daily, the great of Telegraph and Postoffice and leading hotels.'

report, being lowest on the list, power to enforce its mandates, and advantage of having a breakwater

TtfLISfED EVERY FRIDAY. with a decrease of 28.81. Severalof the laws on the subject have been constructed, which would furnish Have the steamer land you at Gingras wharf-only three minutes' walk from tiCottages ,j

the States show a lows, and amended from year to year, as circumstances a harbor of refuge for their vessels

Maine nearest nothing in the way demanded. Perhapsthe and tend to save them from de- S

Joterec1 at the Tltimvllle Poktfice M Second- of gaining, her increase being one same laws in force there, mightbe struction, when one of those exceptional -
CI&M 111.11 per cent and a fraction. The show copied with advantage by our gales, which occasional! Rates! Per Day, $2.50 ; per Week, $tz.50 ; per Month $45.

ing Florida makes should be a surprise own law-makers. It' is our earnest visit our coast, sweeps down upon

TERMS, Invariably Adrane, when we take into aecount hope that our next legislature will them. With this argument urged 5dcc-3mo H. II. WILKINSON. Prop.
the disasters have the matter attention them, it would be an easy
By Check. Foetal Order, or One and Two Cent we had.; notablythe give special upon
ItmUge BUmp. epidemic and the freeze. and if they can make the Railroad matter to have the New York

One Tear,.....u..o..I.... ......", ........$1JSO Commission an effective factor for Chamber of Commerce memorialize JAMES PRO-CHARD, President; W. B. BARNETT, Vice-Presldent;

fill Monthi,...................................1A THE DELESPINE GRANT. good, to do so ; if not, to say o- Congress to do the work, and the W. M. BROWN, Cashier. ,
Three Months,...................e....wu... .60 its abolishment. Our powerful delegation from New York
single Copy r.................................. 110 by has said that where Supr'meCourt rates would use its influence in the mat. INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK
,
Bent to any Addrens In U. B. or Canada,PrepaidEditor The apparent impossibility of
the of the Grantto are prescribed which are so low ter when it came up for action ,
owners Delespine
A visit could then be made
.................... VTAtTKB 8. OftAHAMAsuoclateEdltor adjust their several interests that a corporation is precludedfrom by our (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)
New Orleans and to
delegation to
earning it amountsto
a
& Manager,....C.II.WALTO amicably is a great detriment to confiscation of profit property, and is Galveston on a similar errand, and Authorized capital, $100,0001'
the ,
growth could of our be arrived town. at If and an a violation of the United States we believe, by using the same arguments Paid up capital, ,$26,000
agreement
,
constitution. This is correct. But the business men of those 3 Average deposits
$100,000
We do oftonrlcorrenpnnlenta butbwe claim this vast body of land be placed w
cities would also memorialize Con.
allowed -
olln'lon. very high rates will have to be -
I'
.
communication.Communications the market it would
the right to reject any upon give
and thus insure for Floridathe
if some of our roads are expected gress,
forrmlillontlon mnst he written more impetus to our growth than Transacts a General BankiDj I
co-operation of the delegations --
to'earn dividends when -
plainly on one Mile of the paper only, and other one achievement that we LL
nhinild, In every case, IKJ accompanied liy thewriter' any remember that their stock has been from Louisiana and Texas as well Business.
necensarllrfopublication Could! be devised. Five
name and address not years ago
,but u a guarantee of good faith. we were told that the whole matter heavily watered, and that in orderto as New York. A trip with the 1l

would be settled inside of three pay a profit, they must earn same object in view could be madeto Largest and Oldest Bank on the River I IDIRECTORSi
Havana and perhaps to Vera
from an actual investment of one
months and within the few
ADVEKTISIJ HATES past million dollars Cruz and by urging the advantage
dividends ,
days 'we have been assured that enough to pay :
Tea YKAII. the result would be arrivedat on six or seven millions ; and of such action upon the owners of i 'Ix JAB.rnra'nAanW.n.BARxrrrvsidtnt'r (

One Inch..............110.00 in same the same time. We have If there is any confiscation, it is the shipping that plies between -* or KVIIKFK the National(Vlre-I'reMilent" Hank of Jackpnnv National'ille hank), J.II nf.

Two Inch.... 15-00 only of water, or fictitious property, those cities and the United States, '- .litcknnnvllle), W. S. GRAHAM and W. ..
heard the of wolf often
Three Inch,... 20.00 cry so actual we believe they would be glad to HKOWN.
not an bvnaJiJe investment.Now .
CORRESPONDENTS.Bealmarit .
that rather But
Four Inch,... 2A.OO we are skeptical.
that it looks as if the urge the matter, through their lEgatIons ,: National Hank of New>; York .nd
30.00 corpor- *
Five Inch, or Quartered., we do hope, for the sake of ourpromisieg ec .N- National Hank of.Jacksonville. a)
Half Column...... 65.00 town and its future ations were greater than the State, at Washington, upon the
Whole Column,..... that this last pros-be or, to put it more plainly as if the State.Department, while Mr.BlameIs rl"IrL"USVILLE, r1LA...
perity, report may .
For SI* Months divide' the early rate by two well founded. State was powerless to keep them at this time very eager to do all

and add 10 per cent.. within bounds, the Alliance idea, in his power to promote commerce

For Three Months, divide the yearly rate by of having "Uncle Sam" take hold and good feeling between the United THE TROPICAL TRUNK LINE.THE' .

four,and add 20 per cent. THE TARIFF QUESTION.The of and manage all transportation !States: and our southern neigh-

Local Advertisements., Ten Cents Per Line lines, seems to be forced upon our bors. With a harbor at Canaveral,

Each: Insertion. consideration of the tariff careful consideration, and it is the mails for the Bahamas oouh
pos
raid Reading Matter, not In "Local ?ewe" via JACKSONVILLE TAMPA AND KEY WEST ,SYSTEM.
rolumns, Five Cents 1'er Line Each Insertion. Is an exceedingly treacherous and sible such a solution may be the go Canaveral ; and it would bea ,

dangerous subject. Tile defeat of only way out of the difficulty. favorite tourist route. The only
Rates. Schedule in Effect NOVEMBER 25 1890. Central Standard Time.
Legal Advertisements at Legal Grover Cleveland was attributedto line running to these Islands at ,

All the above rates are for one edition per his outspoken views on this subject present, is from New York, and a
week. HOW TO SECURE AN APPRO- GOING SOUTH READ DOWN. STATIONS (10INO NORTH READ VP.
| by the Republican press of letter. to reach Nassau from Flori-

IV mil collected monthly. the: nation and many of the best PRIATION FOR CANAVE da, at present, must go to New 30 0 pot 100 pml 8 /10 e aml.v..JAcK: loNVILLF..Ar.10/e 1'10,1110, t am .
be made to "Graham and thence its 830 215 11120 r. ..tit Anltl1l1t1ne ..Lv. 410 1'10 1020 am
destination I'm
Check,etc.,may payable Democratic journals admitted thisas Yo.rk. to .
RAL'S HARBOR. 400 pm 1186 pm 0 .......Palatka........" 233 pin 840 am
& Walton. the true cause of his failure to traveling two thousand miles out 51\71'1U s'.......OnI11)11.1....... 842.111
620 pal ".......))aytona......." 82'J am
tr Merchants and all others to whom we are secure a second term.' The opposition of its way. Nassau is only a few S .
Indebted will oblige us presenting their bill. In our recent issues we have endeavored hours i 'I t t
accepting this view, decided, run from Canaveral. 400 pin 1230 pm 1130 am'Lv..JAI'KIIOJII\ILLJI' : Ar. 630 am 1240 pm 120 pm
.. ..
the let of every month for prompt settlement to to our readers 500 121 P211 Ar..OrCnveS'pringa..Lv. 1124 U3\lam 620
that the people, having given their prove After the plan, mapped out 800 209 .t 10211 to ......I'alatk........" 42.1' 104 1120 "
verdict in favor of tariff that the harbor at Canaveral is of above, was carried out, it would 112 314 114:1: "........I'tJVl1Ie.! ......." 305 9311 400 "
high vast importance to the Indian River 8M 42.1' 1MI'm "...... el..anc\... ..,." 8110 2111 "
Address all communications to should be gratified, and made hasteto perhaps be necessary for our people 833 407 12M" "....(range City Jo..." 14! 83'J 24-1 "
country and South Florida, and to send 1110 4411 130 "...... \anfor.I........" 115 1M to 200 'I
EAST COAST ADVOCATE, accord satisfaction to what I a man to Washington to foI37 ".. .. nterprl.o......" 1112 "
that its improvement is a matter of the of State t630 "...TITI.SVJLLE...." 830 "
seemed the desire urge upon Secretary
TrrusvitLB FLORIDA. popular by passing national interest. We think t6/1O/ ".......Taval' ll......." 1130 "
r.O.Box,222. the McKinley! bill. And whatIs we and Congress the merit of the pro 111\2 2411 a' ".......Orlando....... 11M l.m 8" 1210 "
have given good reasons for the 827 325 i'Kleshnuteet....." 1110 8011 1120.10
the result? Though it may seema ject'and use his personal efforts in 8111 51S ".......Ilarto......... 6410" 1120 "
the fact remains grounds we have taken, and all advocating the passage of an appropriation 8M 810 ".......Tanipa........" 755 8111 "
paradox
yet
that remains is to keep the matter tll" am ".... FortJea..e.. ....." t.311 "
F.A.M. that the supporters of a high tariffare and if this is properly tI030" ".....J.llnm (Ior.I".... t1201 .
before readers and not let it .
Indian River Lodge, No. 00, Free and as badly snowed under, in fact lapse into our oblivion,, as so managed, we have ,no' doubt, with 217 pm 1040.111 t Lv....... atatka...... Ar III0pUlIOM.m t
Accepted Masons hold their meetings more completely overwhelmed, than many apparently the delegation already referred to pledg. 255 1141) Ar.... lterlachen..Lv .30 955 "
practical undertakingshave ed for the 330 1111II1'10 "....1 awthorne ......" 3M ," 918 "
the FRIDAY before Full Moon measure, that it would be
on on or were the advocates of tariff reformat 3M 12211 .. "...... Rwhelle..J' 330 8M. "
at 730: p. m., in Masonic Hall, in the In- the last presidential election. done in the past, but to show acted upon favorably and without delay. 715 12M" "....Gaine.vllle......" 24 74J "
dian River State Bank building Titus how be realized.A 4511 100J II ".... Orange Lake....." 248 7411 "
How the subject will be handledin our hopes may The appropriation needed would be very 11M 8I 203 "........ lcala... ...." 1M 700 "
favorite method of "..,... .... .."
ville.Visiting furthering small in comparison to the great good 730 3M Isbnr!: 1200 am 1130 "
/ brethren are cordially Invitedto future it is difficult to say ; but '1:8110: 11110 "......l.emhert..n......" 1040 "
attend. both parties will be carefulin matters of public interest is to getup that would result from its expenditure; '940 .. 8:11I: ..,.Brooksville., ..." 940 ..
very host of 11011 "........Eu.tI......... IO" "
WALTER S. GRAHAM W. M. making their platforms. The a petition signed by a and the expense, involved in carryingout 525 pm "......Tavarell......" 1030 "
JOSEPH MENDELL, Secroty. Republican is in such a posi- citizens and send it to our repre- the program we suggest, would abio ---- -- --
.
party sentatives In and after Dally. tDaily )!. TRnnday only. Train leaving Jacksonville 8.30 a m and Falata -
ion that it is well nigh Impossiblefor Congress, be very Insignificant when we consider at 2 M p in daily between Jacksonville and Palatka.

it to shape its policy as to avoid the spasmodic effort is made, to let what an impetus it would give to the de- Jacksonville with diverging lines North COXKKCTIOXSAt Kant and We t. At Orange City Junction for
defeat. It dare not abandon its the matter rest and soon become velopment of this section. Five hundred Orange City Sm rna and Lake Helen; at Jupiter with J.& L. W. Railway for Lake Worth; at
A mile Sanford with (). B. Railway for Oakland Tarpon Spring, Clearwater and Gulf Count points; and
n protective policy lest Pennsylvaniaand forgotten. petition a long dollars, If we select a man who would be with South Florida Railway for Winter lark Maltland etc.; at Tampa with riant Bteamriilp
will not secure an appropriationfor economical in his Line for Key Went, Havana, Molille and for Manatee River points; at Punta Gorda with steamers
0' other protective strongholds traveling exvenses.wout.l for Key Went Havana Punta Kama 8t.James City and Fort M>ers. .
should desert the G. O. P., while improving the harbor at Cana- be sufficient for him to cover the Tampa Pullman without Palace change.Uuffet sleeping Cars on through.fast mail train dally between Xew York and

Its failure to abandon the positionit veral. If we rely upon a petition the ground we have designated; and we II.For Information,call on or address M.E. GRDBEB agent.Titnsvllle, Fla.
now occupies on the tariff question doing the work, our generation will are confident the Board of Underwriters Jacksonville, Fla. o. i>. ACKERLY Q. P. A.

will surely lose the great State : pass away and the, bight of Cana. would pay the expense of a delegate to
veral will remain nature made INDIAN RIVER
as and assist him STEAMBOAT COMPANY
of New York. Its position is an accompany our delegate
and is continuing to make it, by in his efforts. This
unenviable one, and will call forth amount we believe
her slow process ; and in the mean- could be raised
all the ability of its skillful and by voluntary contribution
time the citizensof
astute leaders to hold together suf. more progressive among our people; if not, we believe the
other localities such Char-
ficient States to even make the as County Commissioners would receive the
Igtte Harbor, Turtle Harbor, etc., unanimous of t.
next presidential campaign an interesting approval our tax-payers if
will aid develop
one. Perhaps Blaine may secure government to they were to appropriate a sum sufficientfor 1
their natural I "
I
play his reciprocity cards so as to advantages, the purpose. The sum of five hundred 3'
and Canaveral will remain
win him many supporters through. as an dollars, appropriated in this way,
: example of "what might have would do ten times the obtained'
out the nation, but the skillful good we
diplomatist and astute political been. from the appropriation of fifteen hun i DEPARTt'RE A ARRIVAL OF STEAMERS.

For Senator: chieftain will scarcely ever grace The subject has thus far been dred dollars for the Sub-Tropical, a year Steamers leave TmrsviLLE daily, except Sunday at 0:00 a. m., arriving at Mel-

the presidential chair. Grover handled in a very practical man- ago, and it would be for the purpose of bourne at 1 p. m.
WILK CALL THE PEOPLE'S FRIEND
Cleveland ought to be on hand ner. The legislature of Florida by forwarding a measure, which, if success Returning leave Melbourne at 1 p.m., arriving at Titusville about 8 p. m.

-- ----------- when Benjamin steps down and unanimous vote, at its last session, ful, would increase the roll of taxable Leave MELBOURNE Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays at 1 p. m., memorialized Congress to constructa Jupiter at 8 a. m. next morning.
out. At all events it will be aemocat. property Brevard county, so rapidly,
IT is reported from Washingtonthat breakwater and harbor of refugeat Returning leave JUPITER Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 12 noon,
chief signal officer Greelywill ) Canaveral. This memorial is that within five years the county would arriving at Melbourne at 7 a. m. next morning.The .

visit us shortly to investigatethe now on file in the office of the secretary get its investment back again a hundred st. Lucie leaves Titusville about 0:30: Monday mornings, calling at Rock-

signal service in this section. THE RAILROAD COMMISSION.The of state at Washington and fold. Now that the subject ban been edge and Melbourne on the direct run to Jupiter; on her return trip, Saturday,

We hope the head of the weather there it will remain unless ,it is placed squarely before our readers we he comes right through to Titusville, arriving here about 8 a. m. Sunday.

department will not attempt to im receiver of the Florida brought before the attention of would like to have its practlbllity freely W. B. WATSOX, Supt.
discussed, and if It meets with popular
prove our weather supply. We are Southern railway company having Congress. How to bring it before
approval, we are ready to do our utmost
perfectly satisfied with the superb been ordered by the Railroad Com- that body, and to secure their
to forward the
undertaking. EAST COAST COMPANY.
article we are getting at present mission not to charge over five favorable action, is the questionwe TRANSPORTATION

and want well enough left alone, cents a mile for passengers in the shall endeavor to solve. Dig Laud Sale. .

Charlotte Harbor division of his The Board of Underwriters, represented

The St. Augustine began her road, ignores their order, and has by Capt. Thos. Eels, of

regular schedule on the up-river been supported in his position by a Jacksonville, I am informed, are in A the large neighborhood sale of Brevard of the county Sebastian land

route yesterday Her down trips decree issued out of the U. S. deeply interested in this project. river baa been made by the State to a

will be made on Tuesdays, Thursdays Courts. It will be highly irritatingto They may well be, for over ten syndicate of Orlando capitalists as l1 YI .
and Saturdays ; and as the our people to learn that it is millions of dollars worth of property shown by' the following telegraph to the *-s r*= 2Sw

Sweeney runs south on Mondays, getting to be an every day occur. has been lost on the Florida hraea-t TALLAHASSEE" on: Fla., December r Y .

"Wednesdays and Fridays, the two rence to have the rulings of the coast during the past ten years, 29th.-The trustees of the Internal ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TilE STEAMER SWEENEY.

lines will furnish a daily serviceas Railroad Commission made of noiFeet. one half of which might have been Improvement fund sold today to C, E. Goixo SOUTU-The bweeney leaves TITUSVILLE about liJO

far north as New Smyrna. It It will be folly to continue averted if there had been a break. Cecil, Willis Palmer Mathew R. Marks GOING XORTII-Leave* Titusville about 11 a. m. p. m.
is the existence of that body from water and harbor of refuge at Can. and other 112.000 acre of over-flowed
thou. ,
confidently expected that lands in Brevard county at 50 cent per The steamer J. W. Sweeney will leave XEW: SMYRNA: every Monday Wednesday
sands of tourists will reach Indian whom we hoped so much, if theyare averal. More than one vessel has and Friday at 7 a. m., stop at all Intermediate points, and arrive at ROCKLEDGKt5

River via the Halifax River routes impotent. We may as well reached the present bight and rid. acre.The purchasers agree to expend within at p. D1.Returning.

who would not come and see us if save the expense of maintainingthe den out the gale in safety even in six yearn, in addition to the purchase leave ROCKLEDGE every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 7 a. m.

it were not for the opening of these Commission if it is powerless its present imperfect condition.The money, $50,000 for the reclaimation and and arrive at New Smyrna at 5 p. m.

up-river routes. We understandthat If the State has not the power to Board of Underwriters, we be- drainage of the lands Bond U given CONNECTIONS

the St. Augustine will be used control the action of transportation lieve, would furnish a man and de- for the carrying out of this contract and River With Line A &and W. R. R. at New Smyrna for all points north via Clvdea St. Johns

| exclusively as a passenger boat. companies whose lines are wholly fray his expense, to go with one In caw of any failure to comply with the The Clyde and Steamship Line

[ This is necessitated by the great within its territory, we might aswell selected by the people of this section same they agree" to forfeit all rights and will please merchant advise their shippers consignors of Indian to mark River their who goals wish Via to Clyde patronize Line this care line of

length of her run which will be face the fact at once and give whose expenses would be defrayed privilege, and In case of forfeiture will .\. & W. Ry. and E. C. T. Co. or VU Cljde Line care of E. C. T. Co., Blue Spring

from Ormond to Rockledge and up the fight. But if our legislature either by voluntary sub have to take state Und at $1 per acre in R. P. PADDISOX, G. F. PADDISOX

F returning on alternate days. baa the power, then, we say, let the scription or by appropriation from payment of the amount paid In. General an&ger. U uL Frt &, row. Agtt


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Lumber' Glass, HARDWARE Sash,


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Cl.oclCl.J--: lJl" nl.e, Wood Sc O.l oliue Coo: NfOVOM.Onlernil

TITUSVILLE. FLA. T. BUDGE, Titusville, ''Fln

JR. RAN O"' Manager pd declst
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HMMH MM l B BMI HB!

The dance at Mr. Feaster', Friday Jurist. With the young blood which Pioferlsioltnl Cardn.y I ;
Uai-galii on Indian PAXTON IATTOX& CO XTauman'sNewspaper
Biggest ltl\cr.
evening, was attended by many and although Judges Mabry and Taylor will bring to ,

the music was rather scarce, all the Supreme bench it Is to I be hoped ) L, GAULDEN,

Forty acres of first class orange and seemed to enjoy themselves very much. they will succeed In catching up the CLINCH HAVEN GA.Wehave .
[ land one-half mile from .
Mlms
garden ATTORN AT LAW
,
There was a little misunderstanding crowded docket which is at present :

I station. Tart, the prettiest hickory about the music and the gentleman: and three years behind. TITfSVIU.K, FIA.IAS. Subscription Agency *
I hammock to thin section, balance very : arranged with the INDIAN
[rich muck. Red sub-noil, no marl. lady who so kindly furnished what we -Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins and : RIVER LUMUEH I CO. of TltusUlUFin. ,. T. SANDERS, ,

had, have the thanks of the host and Mrs. W. M. Rrown, who have been on a''. ., to handle our Lumber. TIIK HONKER: : AGENCY.:
I Choice building site on a hill in grove of
hostess "M well as the guests. trip to Rockledge: returned yesterday.
I large oaks and hl koliell. Equal to any We have Two Million Feet of Seasoned ATTORNF.Y.AT-I.AW, ,h
Quite a party of young folks took a Lumber In stark, and cut Half a Million Will tirnotlor In ill the ('""rill IIf the Seventh i
I location at Kockledge for natural beauty. a month. Judicial ( In'nit nf K lurlila.V. For terms and sample copies! addressCI1A8. '
stroll through the hammock few GRAND VIEW HOTEL
hotel a day Ibis IU.K Flit
I Transportation stores school, U. ,235. TITW ,
I pleasant society. Plenty of labor, etc., ago.:\ They went out to the railroad We can supply nay size or quality of Honey to l.iwn. 1 II. :NAUMAX[ TITt.' \"IJ,1.IC I'. 0.,. t

through the avenue In front of Mr. JakeFeastcr's our Famous Yellow Pine Lumber know Ilrcvard county, Fla. 1,
I close by. Trice $1,000. Two years timeIf TITUSVILLE to the trade, In nny quantity ut short iKotinK: M. nonniMi. WAITER linUIAM ) i,
place, the track to Mr.Mime' : .
I desired. Robbins Graham Titu up notice. 14 >OUUINS A GRAHAM r.
packing house, nod then Into the | J. M. Sanders Co. ..
vllle or II. RobertA, Mlms. 10* Indian River Fin.I. ,
,
hammock. They) found nice oranges ATTORNEtS-AT-LAW
,
Dealers In ,
Special Bargains. turnips cane, etc., to refresh themselves M. MAUUETTE, PUOPH. J.E.ENDEll&CO.AM ., TiTfHVit.i.K, llroard! Co., Floildii.r. '

with, and returned much pleaded will {TLLtOhlllalZOrl9t' .(1.11,11,ZRO. DRY GOODS NOTIONS

For Sale by Bobbin & Graham. the fine !gardens of preen peas nap- Mill |'r\ctlce In nil timermrotlesof the Seventh ,
This Is the most c'ntralltntclln town, (Irvnlt end In the Snin| >nian 1st. A small grove of S lot growing so nicely. A very handsome and IH only one minute's walk from the MANUFACTURING\ JEWELERS, CiinrKiHinilenif\ milli'Itod Tnnn Clalin- hADDLERY: '
in Turnbull
five acre ILimmuck ants and Hi-Ira to HjiKiiloh ()Ir.'tll. o
one mile north of town. Homo of the hunch of ferns and autumn leaves was Railway Depot and close to Steamboat TitiiHvlllis Fla Money to iaan. t STATIONERY, A'1'i

old Price hung in the hall at Uncle Jake's as atrophy 1XUtl' FAMILY MEDICINES
trees are \Bearing ((12 years ) Landings. ,
the palling: of Fino cold rompllontwWatchus 1: of pleasant walk. -- GARDEN": SHEDS-
11000.2nd. ; setting: nf Diamonds) ; njidothiPitt T\R. M. D. I,. DOD.SON:; 'd'
,
Forty acres of Turnbull Hammock We were more than pleased to meet < 'tons\ =Mom'H. : CHOICE duocnitiKs: rls'IiAY

near Jones & Wiley's farm,' (n e i 1 our young friend Mr. Ed. Minis, and see khnlilern Notice, I* liercliv unit given IHifOtorn that of lit S HIM trep'lnitof last limn t Alligator and Hog Tusks Cllrwlll1n.l (CORN: MAPKS': .. FERTILIZERS. .

of s w i of sect, t 21, r a.)) at t:J:>.00/ pe him looking so well. Ho is on a visit this Trasportatlant'tnupanyArthielLaf| | the 11}'. Mnitntc'd for c-aiic-honds; bloodies, etc. SPECIALIST IN OITRATIVE: M1UOI-: FINK PATENT: FLOUR.Ooooo .
Inn*<>t 1III'I'ahl'IIIIII'a'l was amended to read 11\l'1I .J"'Hlr mado.\
acre. One third cash, balance In five parrot, )[r. and Mrs. 15. J. Minus, oMinis w follows: "Artli 11.)of sus'k, fto. -1'hiuaiiItnl In S. II. Itty s now bulldinjr, opposite CAL A .MECHANICAL DENT1STRV, : ,, F1.0rl.d.n: "
will lean for five after aWmo of several rtnck of ttiH eomanyShall ho 8-1I1OoMIOII< to :
years at 8 per cent, or nu 3'eal'lI.don't 1'81".11111| | In full. The I'RI.lt..I| stark Mmlllh he corner from PostofiU-e. ,
TlTt.II\'IJ.I.I HdUIDV.pK.
with know how but llr.llllio 3m, nlinrpD of\lMInO> 'h. J JU'n\ >rHflcnto attention to all orders mull :
years at $3.50 per acre, per annum, just many: long, < cm Piumpt by
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nf Htix-k .shall. rt): privilege of purchase at above price. An enough for his fihnd who knew him sod attexuiil ty the tlt'I'I'tIMrY, with the seal nt or :21nov 11. L. WILLS ,

excellent chance for party of limited well when a boy, to have to )look a longtime : tic: riirjMirntlnii. crtlll.nteit of llto"k limy he Dealer In General
transferred liy Inilnn-pnifiit, and the F'erstaryskull
means to acquire a fine property before they recognized him, and keep a rpcoril of the iwiio transferred Eau Gallie Heat Market PHYSICIAN:; : & .SURGEON!: :
and mirreiiilcr of all mork rertillfule* the MorohAndisollclbonrue
upon)
some had to bo told who he was. lIe RtnbK nf. the stock IxKik, whli. .h n-conl shall IK A Rrndunte IIf the ITiilvi-mlty' of IVnnHjlvani -
ham-nook speaks in flattering terms of the many pvlilcnre of the memlx'rnhlp of the poriilcnco of twenty I )n. {
WALTEU 8. URAIIAM, Socrvtary. years In prnotlc-v, tillers his services tot
,statl.on.ln lots to suit, from live acre improvements which hive taken place -
citizens and
the of Tltim>ille\ \lilnity.OFMCR .
Yip at $30.00 per ncio. Xo better hint since his ll visit.. We can well underStand All kinds of fresh Mea y1,
.
,
Market. :: OVER J. \\ IKKIHIH <() Hats Shoes
in the State as to quality healthful loca. how much Mrs. )Mlms and Miss 1 Titusville Meat and Clothing, Dry Goods

tlon or shipping facilities. Easy terms heckle enjoy his return, by the bright Vegetables LA RUE!: P KLY, lust Arrived SpendidCools.

to actual settlers. smile and proud air they wear when In. Ice etc. for Sale.
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JUSTICE: OF yilB PEACE 17TH D1STNoUry PAINTS HARDWARE, LEAD
4th. Good, high, largo,.Jo lots, eAst troduclng him to their friends who have ALL KINDS OF ,
FAMILY OHDEISS: SOLICITED ANI)) luMlo for the State at Ij rge.Pnntinrtor DRUGS: Giocr.iiKs: : ; GRAI.V
of Ico Factory at $40.00 c C'h. *18t t known him since he was a little boy. and IliilUlcr nf over in jean'
Welcome back Ed. among us. May Fresh and Salt Meats, Eggs, PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. Natural .tnlhli a Specialty.MELnuI'ItNI.| 1'11'1Jerlelll'tl. Of all kliusand In fact u full lino of n

.:, tL\ cvi-rj'thing. Call and examine. U
Point.Mrs. visit he one continued ,
plcasuieand .
City your .
O. JT. YOUNG ---- -
,
Fish Fruit &
when you leave us again for your Oysters Vegetables, William: F''toh
0 ,
Munniroi.
T. W.
4
C. L. Faber and daughter Mis Kentucky home may gnu carry pleasant IN HF.AHOX. Dl'aYU1HII.Haullnlf R.ogerS,

Rena, are visiting lends. at LaGrange memories with you, sufficient to soon CASH FOR POULTRY, EGGS VEG- GEO. ALTREE clone at rt'imoniible rnton. At. DEALER: IN CLOTHINtl, ,
recall again. leads all departing, and meets all unlv-
and Mima. you
Gents.
TAIILES: ETC. Furnishing Coeds
,
Shoes .Hats
BROKER AND COMMISSION AGENT hug tinliM.OrdurH ,
Some of our young folks expect to at. 10 13. J. DAVIS, Manager.II. ,, left with O. I). Humph or at Caps Umbrellas! Trunks Valises
tend'the Masonic entertainment at Cocoa PreJjrhtia 1J. C. T. Co. TitiiHvillo, Fla. Anvcit'ATK oftlce will receive prompt ,
altllnllIn.A.! FINE C10ARS: Etc
Friday night. It. OLMSTEAD Agent for Pianos and Organs; Florid,t The house
The new line has experienced some Brick only In town making a &po-
and Lime :New Process Oasolln
,call and ; / Frosohor
Sunday
Jack Frost gave us a dally of (| trouble in getting freight properly Stove that cannot explode.
and traces of his foot- The Pioneer Dealer In TITUSVILLE Fr.A.
Monday nights v Drop In nnd examine
routed, and a large amount of freight, Will /at all times handle every disrrlp my stock anti'Cumpllre
steps are to be seen among the gardens Ion of New and I Second Hand FurnitureIn Keeps a full supply of Mutalllo and prices lash cuntoitujrs com
marked vLi the E. C. has been
T. Co.
,
GENERAL MERCHANDISE WoodouCoflliM maud consideration
of this neighborhood. fact will |get anything to supply the every eumpetitora.claim .
,
dllIveredy\ connecting lines to the J.. wants of the People.Tradesmen's CUKCH and Caskets to confer

Miss Minnie Joyner spent Christmaswith T. & K. W. R'y at Jacksonville. This Eau Gallie. Soiled Stocks Disposed ot. Funerals attended If dpHlrod. All or Call' when ('011 Vl'1I Il-nt. First door
friends at Merritt, and attended the diversion Will sell on Commission by private treat dory south j
from the designated route has y promptly executed, and I at reasonable of AUVOCATK: ofllco.
ball at Rockledge Christmas night. She or Public Auction, anything you want; rates. Embalming done :IP.
not been Intentional on the part of the I keep In Stock a Choice variety of

'enjoyed both her visit and the ball very lines bringing the consignments to Jacksonville GROCERIES HARDWARE to Cash turn Into advanced money.on Goods for absolute T.CONTRACTOR. T-TALL DIXON & CRAY

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much. ,
but was caused purely throughthe sale. ,
Mr. and Mrs. A. Faber family and sister negligence of certain employees, and CROCKERY,TOILET ARTICLES ETC & BUILDER, Ueilen in

Miss M. Joyner, ,pent Sunday In And will Soil as Low as the Lowest Drugs Chemicals Perfumery Toilet
that the
from the fact heretofore J., T. THE TRAVELERS TitUHvillo Fla. ,
New Smyrna. They passed a most delightful A K. W. R'y company received all Indian Call and examine my Stock.: 18 Articles Fine Soaps Stationery r
old friends and making Estimates furnished ,
day visiting River freights, having a monoply of this on Application. .. i
Florida. Corrt'Mpondunco and patronage sollclt and their sincere Jacksonville ,
new ones, express section, and continued to receive it alter WinoM.

thanks to Capt., Paddison and officers of: the new line came Into existence through; ] EDEN : !: 4 MACHLKESGuns ., A411NEWINU

the steamer Sweeney who did all in force of habit Complaints having been The Travelers corner Bay and Cedar D. I3unnoil, ristvtN, Sewing MitcIJneii 'ant' 4 .

,their power to make the trip .pleasant made to the 0. S. S. Co. and S. F. 9. w. streets Jacksonville, Fla. A now brick Machinery Uvpnlred.' \VuUlic, Clock .' ""S,

and agreeable; and also to the kindly R'y, and to the Clydes by certain ship- PINEAPPLE hotel, nearest to all railroad stations and BRICKLAYER & PLASTERER, and Jewelry a Spevlalty. ,

people of Smyrna, who made their short pers and by the officers of the E. C; T. steamboat landings. Especially adapted School Uooks and School Snppllu
stay them most enjoyable.Mrs. to transient business. Elegantly: furnished rl'itu villo, Flu. Subscriptions taken at publisher's prices ",
among have been
Co.
satisfactory replies re
n"mll. single or rn mitt, Table Work contracted for for Newspapers, looks Magazines'etc.Prescription .
on part of .
D. Sheldon and Mrs. n. C. CasBidey any '
ceived that the best. This hotel built
containing assurances care all good a. was Indian River. !
with their friends, Miss Finley, will be observed in future in the delivery: PLANTATION furnished and operated as a M.OO a day 8 any time, day *or carefully night. compounded' at I i.4'' ,;;:

Mrs. Standing: and Miss Fox, all of New of freight to the new>line, and expressing house; rates are now reduced to 2.00 a t) "
day, while the service In better titan ever Jno. McAllister Qt.
.Smyrna, passed down our pleasant riveron confidence that there will be no reason ; f'I/
T. 33. H-lolicvrds Breakfast from 0 to U; lunch from HSU Drugs, ,\
the steamer Sneeney last Friday as for similar complaints in future. to 230; dinner from fiSJO: to 1:$0. This .i ,

far as Rockledge. They enjoyed the trip We publish the letter of Mr. Eger, gen- Eden, Indian River, Florida. { Is the only hotel In Jac-ksonvllle serving Contractor for Patent Medicines '
much. The picturesque walks oi regular meals at these bourn. All others ,
very eral traffic manager of the Clydes in full"Geo.
fine flower- are at least one hour Utcr. Use the Artesian Wells
Hatch's
Rockledge and Mr. F. PaJli.oJl-Ealt Coat Tran.portation Travelers omnibus, the tickets save 25 f ( Elegant Perfumery and Toilet AlUcIes.Kt"I.t
yard at City Point they were especially Company. Titutiiltt: HODGES & GODFREY cents on each person each way. S t Id 2Taut ,
.charmed with. We hope they will come I Gallic, Fla.
DEAR SIB:-Enclosed beg to return Manufacturers of constantly on Land at '
again and see more of our Indian River Burton K. Barrs, 151431110we
you papers relative to matter shipment, '
Country. Yellow Pine Lumber 10 J. 33.
I'roprletor.
Screven's
100 bdls paper consigned A. L. Hatch A HENDRY

LaGrange. Son, City Point, Fla., which, throughmost ROUGH *, DRESSED, imuo fa

extraordinary carelessness of all Orange Boa II.*.... Dealer In STOKU.

Treczie Feaster found a gentleman's concerned was delivered to the J., T.:& l"ra't" Vegetable Crate, nULcES CE
lnmberdelivered at any part of Indian River General Merchandise Also the latest Newspaper, Period I-
very nice glove supposed to have been K. W., Instead of carrying by our own on through bill of Ijullnic. Anyone conteuiplatOK Cain' etc. 2 x
the Lest COM, would do well ,
dropped on the night of the dance, which line via Blue Spring, and your boat from write{ building fur price on The Sawmill.iltusUMl no the to

the owner can have by calling at the there.: It appears Philadelphia office, JT.* K. W. Itjr,a mile south of I"alatkJI. DRY GOODS FOlt .

house Jt is buckskin light tan color. Where this shipment originated, omitted Jnlaerd.Arenui Cocoa,K. Stung) Emu Oallle(Uuo, Eugene.|>u 94 110 NOTIONS
:
School opened Monday morning with to give routing' ; New York billing department Satsuma Illghts, I'litnan co., 1.'la. Wines & Spirits 1i:
STATIONERY '
-almost .a perfect attendance; and all in absence of routing listed MILES MILES r.

hard for without routing any hue from Jackson "l: "> Choice
have settled down to study i .. Groceries,
three more months. The teaehar and ville; the clerk In Jacksonville without 3 M : :Beers

scholars say they spent avery pleasant thinking, turned it over to the J., T, A itfJi 2i MMIH, TLA.Drayman. G ,
K. W. We regret exceedingly that this
week of hotklays and feel fresh for their rn: T. 'OV' S1\1 wrL
blunder should have occurred, but issued c:.. CIGARS ETO:
"< some time ago such instructions. : as we CINCINNATI d ,
mist have been a day of riding :1 OF TILE FINEST '"'
QUALITY
Tuesday feel satisfied will prevent repetition of a :i gukkeit. Will attend to all kind of Hauling, It'
for most every one, as there was a '":: <1 /10a ("oa,,>artull'at aDd Pullman I'a1ar.. Ske inK CO TO *'
the blunder, such as the one in question, fan tumuKb without clung, making 1I1nIc& promptly, cheaply and expeditiously /
team passing, either north or south, and which occurred before It was found 0 w :1 cunwwtluon rJ '
: Will deliver baggage for &
: Itoiiakor..
about every fifteen minutes all day long, ::J CENTRAL tQN OT"l.LHr LOUIS passenger Loslcy II't-
necessary to issue additional instructionsand ..; f't '" for O 1 arriving or departing on train or steain-
and think it plan a* a .I !
wa* a good Q"
we I hope you will have no cause for -<1 and the WEST sail with Tbrougb car lines for oat*. Families Supplied

more lovely day could not be imagined. complaint such as the one to question 'd epMKgOaN CHICAGO I a.'MIRTH h 'WEST, Can be found at the Railway Stationor ':tr

Mrs. Gardner, and two children arrived hereafter. It is not only your own line :i al0 with thro DETROITBUFFALO at my residence In South Tltuevi ie. OUR HEW IMPROVED SmSElTMI ;', "ii-

J not long since, from Georgia, on and the Atlantic & Western but also a = "rt8.i: Ih.si ,;;"4 "otn"tn U. S. Mail Carrier. 6 .M A Hat, role _TVlf.ONUT...... ..

a visit to her son, Mr G. B. Gardner.We our own line which was deprived of = and the rto M ,

understand, if the is pleased, she revenue In this case, simply through the / Only on*change of can T M. DOBSON & COMPY .
i ,
H ::ISOI NEW ORLEANS .P
Meddles ,
;
she will
will stay permanently. Hope stupidity of some of our qerks. .d I II gf
.. '" :Jackson; Icfciburf, Puint.la
like how the can well help a "
ua-don't see Yours truly, a =
I aa TEXAS 'ndth WilmingtOD N C. : :m ,
It-and remain. THEO. G. EQf. T. M." tALwr.Paa.ngen *
rU this line are afforded an ex. i 1
The nice basket of snap-beans brought New sole MUent view of I>I''|UMI( MuonUla and.urr _
118 by Joe Warren were fine. We were THE ADVOCATEJob historic _DC
glad to hear that the aUght frosts we Florida Oranges.

have been having for the last few nights It. F. Taylor, of Gainesville has been S. C. lUr, S. K. I'HllIi. Agt., Atlanta, Ga.I WILLETL&SO.1PHt 4.ProCURED. 1'

haven't hurt his. fine patch of beans In appointed Justice of.the Supreme,court: I Ito Printing DepartmentIs ). J. MILI.AXV, IJ v. 1'**. Agt, Chat- COw.1gnmeDt.; l solicited. Satisfaction I ,.:.h

the least He U getting in Titusvilltf so fill the vacancy bauaed by the resignation tanooga.D. ,RGj TRIAL
G EDWARDS G. P. & T. A. Guaranteed and Prompt Returns "100..1'A. WH'T sxU1t
,
Mitchell. The new ,
and the of Judge to do Your Work. toNOaa.
for
we learn,, $140 a crate, wax Ready ANY Gn rwOO..e1.
IU3. Judge is. said to be an able and active CINCINNATI, O. Made. IW.L QlUiAL; LG,. *O t.tavul A,....'iii." .,,, t


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'L .-- TO PREVENT :BALDNKSS. -

,NAVAL CADETS; the smallest number of men who Ute THE JOKERS' BUDGET. JTOt FOOLHARDT. -
his
the attempt* said Pierre Levy of "Itastus, does the alligator open A Sage Barber' Unique Idea Upon
at the Leland Hotel the other:day. month up or down?" the Subject.
'BY
TURNING our OFFICERS :FOR two will be the officers anderew,, JESTS AND YARNS PRESs'ITJITNT, "I dunno, boss; I ain't never waited to 'The preservation of the hair and the

UNCLE SAM'S WAVY.HW the journey will be made or at least MEN OF THE see." prevention of baldness is a matter to

in balloon. Not an ordinary MVlSd AND DTIKO.Sanso which I have given considerable atten

Cadet. Enter the Naval Academy the. ; but one supplied with parapher Their :Figures-An Impressive Old Brown lived lonz, but his tion and thought," said a barber not far
and gases calculated to obviate Cfttastrophe-VA Ma- from the World office, the other
-A day.
Green Youngster and Come from the sudden Warning last were spent in a poorhouse.
dangers inseparable years
died "And ,I have come to the conclusionthat
Oat Officers Daily Routine of of id atmospheric pressures. The chiavelian Despot Etc., Etc.: Itodd-Then he lived' long and all the patent tonics that were ever

Drills and Studies. the will leave in May for Spitzenbcrgen NEw FIGURES. short, eh? compounded by my craft are not half as

o' In July they will, so soon M a wind Jork I telt. who< what .)faud makes VERY tlKEtT.i good as a few simple and natural me.
in the early part of May in the direction and ,
Every year right prom
which mike1
uncle Is dies :a chijd( can and use. It
his
there appear in the city of Annapolis, very a several days' continuation comes quite a figure in society. "Charley growls because
Md., a number of lads about seventeen and fly toward the pole, Which Tom-Yes. When I see her at a so close." is, of course! impossible to prevent baldness
with her dude admirers she reminds mad If his .undo where it is hereditary, but it ('Bn.
,years of age who are evidently strangersto believe they will be able to make In party "He'd get pretty .bewarded olL.
that ancient city. They are to be met days. Scientists'\ look upon the me of a million. were to open his window and look about however
In the ttrccU going to their school, or, with favor and pronounce it the Jack-? for some fresh heir, just the 1I4 10." "The hair, like every other portSa of
t Tom-She is one followed by half a the human frame, if uncarcd for will m
in the feasible
be congregated neighbor- proposed.Chicago Post.
can ACen ;
ties HER LAMP WAS BURSntQ. to waste and eventually drop out. This
hood of their boarding houseBut : dozen nothings.[ aur.
wherever they may be their talk i III all Of 'Ten I Bl. bHaMl R MMH HMaMHMB M "Why burn your lamp so late, my friend, is due to n splitting of the ends of the
The of IMPRESSIVE WARSrXO.
.books or of the approaching examinationi. to King Slam's/ Barge. AN Into the dawning day?" hair, so that the interior oil duct, which

Theo arc the candidates who the Teacher-Thomas, I saw you laugh "Because," quoth the girl graduate, nourishes the hair, is exposed and the
in Slant Is
royal barge a
the Union portentous just now. What were 'you thinking dude won't natural nourishment of the hair runs to
have come from all parts of to Its lower part is an immense This go away.
the head
overflows
about waste, upon forming
before the Kxamininjr: Board for
appear and rather flat boat, turning up at 'about A Fin LIKE DRAWN dandruff which impedes the
admission to the Naval Academy. The Tommy! -I was just, thinking growth of
ends that these reared
tho so are many believe the hair just as much as the tares
examinations! which are not severe, arc above the water. and something. Mrs. A.-Docs your husband among
confined to the subjects of grammar, on fashioned Strangely' Teacher' You have no business think- in corporal punishment in the household wheaL The best means to prevent this is
these
arithmetic are towering ing during school hours. Don't let it a strengthening of the hair, and this
and ?
spelling, a )
geography, presenting to view such wonders
limited portion of nlgcbra. colossal dolphin covered with gild occur again.-{[Texas Sittings.; Mrs. B.-Only to a certain point. can be cosily accomplished by Crequent
with the children but cuttirjg and the use of alt and
who lies ,
The candidate successfully possesto multi-colored crocodile or glitter 'A CATASTBOPHE. always whipping
these studies appears before a board of time all red and he thinks tho dust should bo got out of water and a little vaseline. Have you
medIcal naval surgeons, and if he is five dragon the, benches, green fore and gold.aft are Lord Runnymcdc-Aw-Miss Twum- tho carpet by moral suasion.-[Chicago ever noticed what bushy hair seafaring
physically sound becomes, after taking halC-' I the dressed in bull, I fawncy now you wcjcct my suit Post. men have I followed tho sea for a num-
paddlers -
the oath of allegiance to the United even of the, gor because you have no wank. That is ber of years; I don't remember ever hav-
costumes colors
brightest a inconsistent for an American A MEAN VILLAGER. ing seen a bald sailor. It is because
,States a part of that machine which was past red predominating and from the verwy you
let in motion in 1845: by the lIon. George 11 of the hull rises the; pavilion of know. I fawncied an American girl Mrs. Doublehouse-Jake, our darter their hair is in constant contact with the
Bancroft the Secretary of the Navy. busy a sort of pagoda with four corners would fawncy herself my equal, and tell wants a cabinet organ. invigorating salt air and is often wet
The summer months are preparatory for of ,a vered or inlaid with colored everybody my birth Wits a mere accident, Mr.\ : Doublehouse-Wall, I'll fit her with salt water. A good tonic of saltwater
which later know. I don't like those new neighbors should contain a teaspoonful of
the academic1 year, opens / and gilded in tinsel, hung you one.
and the new cadets under tho direction curtains festooned with real bliss Trumbull-oh no, Lord Runny- of ours fcr a cent. -[Good News. salt to a tumbler of water, and should be
of a detail of officers are drilled in tho each artificial bright flowers, and surmounted mode, I wouldn't disparage your birth in applied to the hair two or three times a
manual t>f arms and initiated into some one or more of the peaked emblems the least. I don't think it was n mere ALASI TES. week. The effect at tho end of a month
of the mysteries of their chosen profession are Inside is a sort of chamber accident-it was a regular catastrophe.Life. .- Strive: as we may, w c never can will bo surprising. If tho hair is
,,, big are old-fashioned wea [ Tell who are happy, who forlorn; thoroughly washed once a week with
On _October 1 the cadets of tho upper !: some palace placed guards in gala dress, A MACIItAVEI.tAS DESPOT. The cutest little shoe of tan castile soap and tho scalp rubbed with
lass return from their yearly leave and May hide a very painful corn. vaseline, the hair will not only cease to
perhaps spmo courtiers or officers of Hampton-Oh, yes; my wife always
tho work Of the term begins. Tho first, does whatever I want her to. -IYenowlno's[ News. fall out and the dandruff disappear, but
second and third classes of the cadetsare ho of these wife will actually thicken. Having once got
monsters will carry a Chnlkley-How is it that your PROOF AGAINST TIME.:
quartered in a largo four-story build. structure with a throne at the obeys bet husband so implicitly and woodin the hair in good condition, vigorous dry
lag at, the northwestern portion of the held' upon which his Majesty will\ sit if mine doesn't f .* She-They have discovered some brushing and a resort occasionally to the
yard, and the fourth class in what is } comes out to honor tho procession Ii\mpton-Well, I always urge my Egypt which is said to be 4,000 years treatment I have described will keep it
"the old the old. I wonder whit kind it is? so. Bal/ac: the French novelist, was a
known
as quarters" near his presence. Other less preten- wife to do what I disappro\e of. of
He (impcrtiirbably)-Chestnut, stickler for nnd
I gymnasium.The will great brushing rubbing
royal barges carry only a large
roams in tho quarters open out draped with tho royal standard, A CHARUIKO GIRL. course.-[W&shington Star. the hair, and claimed to have warded pit

Into wide corridors and are each occupied pect looking at a distance rather like a lie(just introduced)-Perfectly char WITDEm G. baldness for a long time though he inherited
by two cadets. The furniture of f there taken off the back of some gi ming night. I hate seldom seen the I it from both father nnd mother.
,the is and attempts fond of I Sanso-I make it a point to learn It is alarming how prevalent baldness is
room ertl'cmellslmple no elephant and lifted into the canoe. stars look BO bright. Are you
at decoration are permitted. One On of the great size of these levia astronomy? something from everybody I meet. among young men, and I attribute it entirely -
loom resembles another in every particular the and tho smallness of the paddles, She-N-o; I have never studied it. Kodd-Ah! You must boa recluse. to tho stiff Derby hat now in

;;, and all its arrangements ore pre. travel at a very good pace, driven lie-Yon dote on botany, I presume TUB JUDGE'S EIIROR. vogue. The hat impedes the circulationof
scribed with exactness. Always at cer that short, sharp strokes of multitu She-I never studied that, either. the blood on the crown of tho head
tale fixed times, an inspecting officer men on each side. lie-Do J'ol1like geology Magistrate {surveying the prisonerAhl )- and thus shuts off from the hair a large
makes his appearance in the rooms, procession of half a dozen such gi Slip-I don't kuow anything about it. a plain drunk, I see. portion of its nourishment. The soft
whereupon tho cadets rise and stand at tho follow ono another, and followed in He-Ah! You are au enthusiast on Prisoner (with dignity-No Had shin but; hat is far the best.-[New,York World.to .
attention while tho official takes note of At turn by smaller but capacious bar 0110 or mOle of the arts, no doubt fancy drunk, shir. noshing go between ndvtsSuperstitions
the condition of the room, and if there year : belonging to the chief princes and music, painting, sculpture, wood-carving champagne, shir.-[Judge.

be apparent any infringement of the regulations tho makes a grand spectacle on this cr reponssu work RATHER HARD ON HIM.fr. of Marriage.The .

ho enters n report against one of a ; river, and rivals probably tho She-I don't know a thing about any Fuller to Clarence (four years old)
tho cadets. As the cadets take turns in glories attained on our own riv of them. I'm a perfect ignoramus. -Why, Clarence, how much you look Romans deemed it an ill omen to
being responsible for the good order of the water pageants of mediaeval He-Angelic creature! Will you bo like your father. meet certain animals while ou the way

their room it is the one in charge who is .-[Murray's. Magazine.. my wife?-|New York Weekly. Clarence (resignedly Yes, sir. to have the wedding ceremony pro.

reported for any disorder, even thoughit A SPOT ON TUB BUN. Everybody says that, but I don't think nounced. A hare, dog, cat, lizard or
may have been caused by tho other scale The Dream of Two Old Tars I deserve it. serpent were extremely unlucky animalsto
cadet A "I say, old chap, you and I are deuced meet upon such occasions.: A wolf

The ,dally routine of a cadet's life at and In Ce.1ifornlltwo old sailors, good friends and our friendship would REVENGE IS SWEET. toad, ox or horse were lucky. In Greece
tho Naval Academy is as follows:Every with Sykos and Charles McLean, are bo most satisfying were it not for ono San so-I says old man, don't venture tho groom is sprinkled with water on
week day morning ho is awakened at six preparations to circumnavigate thing." on that ice. Iou will break it. leaving home to meet his future bride.
O'clock by tho notes of the bugle ringing mark globe in a twenty-two-foot boat. "And what may that be, you chronic Stoutly--That will be but just. The The bride must visit the oven in com
through tho corridors. There is no time that i'f" course will be down the Gulf of grumbler?" ice broke me lost summer. pany with her father and mother if she
allowed for a second nap, for in three- at tho along tho Mexican and South "Why, we borrow from each other so would have a happy married.life.
quarters of au hour he must present him ing coast,round Cape of Good Hope persistently that we can never raise a cent In France, during the Middle Ages, a
,self morning roll call(, with clothes St. Iloque, across the Atlantic to between us."-[Puck. t An Ancient Mine. ring woven from straw, or one madeof
neatly brushed and shoes well blackened, below Leone, thence east along the TAKEN. 4 horseshoe nails, was placed on tho
and In that time ho has to make his they I coast to Great Britain. They "In every house, Miss Powetson,"laid An 'old copper mine, which was bride's finger at the conclusion of the
toilet and his bed and sweep out his return through the Meditteranean, young Mr. Haybcnslaw, with some hesi- worked by the Dutch colonists about marriage rite. The couple also stood in
room: At a quarter before seven o'clock them Canal, Indian Ocean and China tation, "there is a spare room. It is kept two centuries ago, was rediscovered at a ring eve or six feet in diameter, madeof
the call for morning roll call is sounded and by the Illusion coast to Alas for the use of some honored guest. In Bloomfield, N. Y., a few days ago. Tho mistletoe or straw.
: and the cadets assemble in ranks on the thence home. They have built every heart, too"-and he laid his hand : mine, is divided into three parts, or In China a.girl who Is partaking of
'broad walk In front of the quarters in, effort own boat of Mackinaw type, with impulsively on his own-"thereisaspare I caves, the largest of which is 100 feet the last meal she is to eat in her father's
good Weather, or in the corridor of the to a ribs: water-tight lockers, three room-" long and thirty feet wide. An iron house previous to her marriage, sits at'
wain floor when the weather is bad. with and' center-board. Three months' "And we find one, too, in so many shovel, a number of wedges drills, hammers : the table with her father and brothers
'_Thfl bn'.Ulion' of cadets is divided into side, will be taken along and tho headsl"! she murmured. and other tools used by miners only; but she must not eat over one-half
four companies or divisions, officered vered expect tu be 'gone nearly three "Miss I'owelson-Ireno!" tho young were found in the caves. A quaint pipe, of tho bowl of rice set before her, otherwise
by+ members the first class chosen is at McLean ill..a Scotchman and has man exclaimed, choking down a large which probably belonged to ono 0 her departure will be followed by
with spcaiol'reference to their fitness for a whaler seven years. The trip is and expansive lump of rising sighs, "In early miners, was picked up. There continued scarcity in the domicile she is
'the)sitlon. After tho companies are ment day dream and he has been saving my heart there is a spare room sacredly were also found drinking horns and a caving.
mustered at the morning formation the to carry out his purpose. set apart for you- number of bones. It is not known In Scotland:! it was formerly particularly =
ranks are opened, and while tho conduct I river's enough, ho met Sykes, who ill "Only one, Mr. Hsybcnslaw she whether the bones are those of man or ominous to meet a funeral while on
fOICrt.of the preceding day is being i educated Englishman who ran asked dreamily. beast.A, .- the way to be joined in wedlock The
real by the cadet adjutant of tho battalion one to sea, whose "fad" has also been "Do not mock me, Irene Powcison 1 It vein of copper was uncovered, and bride or groom was certain to die soon,
, ,,the officer in charge passes slowly pling around the globe and who has shall be a whole suite if you like. More mining e.\i>ert pronounces it a valuable as the sex of the person being taken to
down the rigid ranks, scrutinizing every many' a thorough study of navigation to than that) You shall have tho entire find. The ore has been assayed, the graveyard was male or female. Tho
cadet. Woo be to that unlucky one end. Tho two men with the same premises if you'll only say so, and if that and according to the report of the assaycr Swedish bride seeks to catch a glimpse
who, lingering too long in his dreams, from mot on an Arizona cattle ranch isn't enough we'll tear down and build it contains $7.50 worth of gold, of the groom before he sees her, hoping
failed, to, brush _his clothes, or who mas a care 4p fire and made mutual bigger." $!1.10 worth of silver and sixty-two percent thereby to gain the future mastery. Sho
trusted to tho tightly buttoned blouse to slona. They pooled their capital, "This spare room-this suite of rooms, of copper, worth $1,0 a ton. Tho also places her foot before his while the
hide lack of necktie, for he will hear his their the boat, and are partners for life Arthur," said tho maiden, softly, "that vein has not been traced for any great ceremony b being performed and sits
nkmo given to tho officer the day, why, them, { Orleans Picayune. you are speaking of-how-how are they distance, but an expert who has examined down first. While the words are being
i with pencil and note book, follows to furnished?" it says that it will develop said she stands near the groom, so that
closely after the inspecting officer, and and of Metropolitan Clergymen. "In' first,class modern style, Irene," richly. in the future no one will come between
the: next morning:; hit name with othora [ replied the young man, with u businesslike : It is said that the Dutch while work them.

will. appear upon tho conduct report. York following information regarding ring in his voice. "Uncle Bullion iag,ho mines were required by the English I In Brittany if the wife hopes to rule
All offenses and infractions of the regulations of the of died lust week" to pay a royalty ot forty cents on she must take care that the ring, when
classified) and with of some clergymen Arthur" the the dollar, which was so exorbitant that placed her
are : carry York and Brooklyn is believed to 4Sny no more, whispered upon finger, shall slip at once
them according to their class, a certain i Dr. Dix of old lovely girl, as she pillowed Hr rich the work hud to be abandoned. The to its place: ; without stopping at the large
number of demerit; and when a cadet !,,' The : Morgan, blond head on the young imn's heart and property was owned 200 jcars ago:; by tho second joint.In .
and his
fins received It certain number of de- ': Gently has $13.000 U year as- listened to the wild thump thump! that Cadmus family. It afterward passed Russia the bride must not eat of the
merits ho (Uliablo to dismissal. !: ubled f ),OOO; Dr. liuutingtou: and rector resounded through:; its spare chambers, into the possession of the Wei Id family, wedding cake unless she wishes to lose
I (Church hat *1 .OOO a
4 When the inspecting officer has fin- | incut the rental of which is worth $5,000 "I'll take them!"-[Chicago:' Tribune. w ho held it through several generations her husband's love. If a dog; belonging
ishcd.hta rounds the ranks are closed, !i her until seven years ago, when the Glen to the family of the bride should howl
ADd by companies c.tdeU are marched i: Sho ; Dr. (lre >r, of St. Bartholomew's, A CAUTIOUS 1NVKSTOK. Ridge Qarry Company bought it.- on tho day of the wedding or the day
to breakfast. Thu 1 I bound $19,000, and being wealthy no. "I on what I have (San Francisco Chronicle. to the
mess urrlngemenharc of it for himself Dr. can see a profit previous event, he must be shot by
excellent Tho though crew nothing ; fur said investor who had I the father of the
fund simple, of St. Thomas's has 't OOO bought so an I bride and no one else
Sa abundant abd well conked und tho that Uiilnsford., of St. has; spent the afternoon driving about the Crocodile Nests and Eggs and, beside that, with a bullet made
incrca-c lu with .which Georges, with real estate man and who from silver
rapid weight country a a rupee.-St, Louis Repub-
and like Dr. Greer it all :
many of tho fourth tl.is are credited was : gives had bought a number of tracts of good !' Some habits of crocodiles have been lic.
Lived tvideiirc th't' it is nutritious.Ample well A dozen Episcopal parishes pay laud near a booming city; "but what lately described by Mr. Voeltzknow.
4,000 to '$,OOO, and the bishop could raise that!" had Traveling \Vituluii.l be obtained Steel
time i* allowed ut all the meals. a man on They in An .
There u .o hurrying and got until tho $15,000. Among tho Pres-:. pulled up in front of a piece of land so January last seventy-nine new-laid eggs
Dr. Hall draws $13,500 -
last cadet li,U fiuUhcd does the officer in The ; stony that it looked as though it would of the animal, from a nest which was
give the order to rise. 1'rajtrsaro ,', ; Dr. Taylor, $13.000.: Rev I clear It."Itaiso. Bona, a tributary of the Ooi. The spot umtia river at Vancouver British Columbia
aid by the chapluiu in the mem lollafter \ .i lie Collycr Unitarian, has $10,000. on it!" said the real estate had been cleared of plants in a circle of I will be a mammoth concern. It
\ o receives $13,000 from his con about six diameter will be 0,000 feet from the
Washingtonto
were
renUfast. .I man. "Why, he can raise ou the next paces apparently by
At lmlf-|" t. seven o'clock the sick wits and double his income in lit man that comes."-[New York Sun.A by the crocodile having wheeled around the Oregon shore It will be double
-call is Bounded ,,on the bugle; and then | a boat and the lecture field. Dr. Ab- several times. Here and there a few tracked, with a roadway on top for
,,1I000e wLo Lave real or imaginary ills I then 'u paid $8,000. The pastor of the PAU\1>0", branches hud been laid, but there was no teams, and will be erected upon pneumatic
\pe&eot themselves! at the tick quarter and Methodist church has $3,000: and San Baseball men are paradoxical nest-building proper. The socallednest piers. The pivoted pier, or draw
\and their name are placed' upon the sickor of an elegant parsonage, and the fellows. lay quite open to the sun (only a pier! will support a draw which will

excised list, as the ewe may be. | him bishop receives iOOO.-At- Uodd-Why do you say lot couple of poor bushes at one part). The give an opening of 200 feet space on
At eight o'clock begin tile work of :I A Constitution., Sanso When tht'yrt! striking theyare eggs lay in four pits dug in the hard. either side for vessels to pass, and the
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the day, for then the .tu'ly hours and in and when they strike they are dry ground, about two feet obliquely span immediately south of the draw span
J, rccitatioM commence. The day is divided log ; Baby in the World. out. down. Including eggs broken in digging will be 375: feet. The whole structure
|< for this purpose iuU three periods of "My AXOTI1KU HORROli! out the total seems to have been is to be of steel, built ten feet above the
two hours each, two of which are in the \ and Mrs. Theobold M. Donaldson eighty-five to ninety. According to the high water of 1870! and forty feet above
noraing gel ono in the ttCtcrnoou. The me. Hook, Md., claims the small A seedy old tramp at Cape May, native the crocodile, having selected low water.
order of studies it sit arranged: that each ho', in the country. At its birth it Turned in for a snooze in the bay and prepared a spot>> makes a pit in it On account of the sandy formation it
cadet hsi our re-ilatioa ia each period. I'm scarcely a pound and now, at But his nose, being bright, that day and lay about twenty to twen will be necessary to go down eighty feet
The r-uuuudvr of the period U given to age of four months, its weight is Caused the hay to ignite ty-five eggs in it, which it covers with below low water to get a firm founda-
study anal the cadets are required to remain four pound>> An ordinary cigar And there was the Dickens tu pall I IA I I dirt. Next day it makes a second pit tion. There it rests on a foundation of

in (their rooms fit these lives 'I'!na i* sufficiently large for the baby to BUI.L's as:taox. i: and so oa. From the commencement it coarse gravel similar to that upon which
Rich ch... i.. divid'-l int" section for vative a nap in. It i* perfectly formed in remains in the nuit, and it sleeps there the great bridges across the Missouri
the p ,rjMH of recitation, the number ineactr particular and the physicians "John, said the broker's wife, "the' !, till the hatching of the young, which ap river are built. This gigantic structure
i\(,tH'M depending upon the size* of ,I A will live, with proper care. Mr. paper says the 'Stock Market" Staggers. pear in about two months, when the will cost over 31,000,000 and employ
tin cta. auJI Hie numLer: of instructor I says Mrs. DonaMson are both healthy What makes"it stagger? heavy rain period sets in. The egg- hundreds of men in its erection. It will
la thai >tardy which the recitations the robust and have four other stout ccause. returned John ruefully, laying; occur only once in the year, about be January, 1892, before the car can
auuut to it,< upon uia'te. The section U iu>ullyo healthy children. They feel very "nearly all"the stocks have taken a drop the end of January or beginning: of February pass over it. The company is pushing/
sun 11 thtit an I instructor has no I of their little babv, which has too much. -[New York herald The animal which M Yoeltzkow its bridge and also its road as fast as

diifi'iiltytn gi-. lug iulivl.liwl attention the talk of the neighborhood tor TUB: wur or" IT. d disturbed! and saw drop into the water, money and its present perfected plans
around. Hundred of persons seemed to be the crocodiius vulgaris will permit. They have now between
to each of <: member In each section so
\
"I like the noreb of Besant and Rice
one < lib:" .... l?elI 1L',} a> It* leader: \ and wend visited their home and admired live. the kind that; common in cast Africa.-{[Christian Ad there and Kalama: over two thousandmen
be ti*, charge of110 kcttiou while And little one. Some curiosity seekers they'll stick." They're : vocate.A and one thousand five hundred
been among: the callers and an teams at work.-[The Columbian.
aud rortiatloa .
marching V> ?row tho the "
4Yes like TOrso walked bis
Baltimore is ; pitch. man us sleep recently
: of a museum trying to -
order will _
and nonilo for Us
ball u r>* good
at Slatervill
arrangements with Mr. aud firs "like pitchr"Of Ga, and when b* .
at and thrtviuti Conduct The i room section the cadets bavmsr Hand arrived at I{, dog : *Ou to place the little one OB ex course; because they bi-tuea"Judge. awoke be found himself at a grindstone n. palE debtor Franc*. tbs int 6
Sta ; .1arpeail1: his knife. the wadJ. b ntiuuteJ atIf
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a temperature of forty;cant degree'} thaTorage rorULn SCIENCE.: legal Paragraphs. Theatres and Cloves
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cent. .z i Ia el.fCntrials -
per was I' '
where the milk was dilnM with -. kj ilssiaafhat dented a flreprooipaste. ;1 'A tot with a leal runs tea years Eugrnt" Tompkins, manager o< the'

H[ TOPICS OP INTEREST< RELATIVI an equal weight of cold water and set Jc : 4 AC"irjle l oman can wilt her,r"l'erIY" ; Boston'Ihratre, Boston, is winning the i

H TO; FARM AND GAKDEN.H the air the cent. of rat as *he Meases. ftiondship and admiration (>f every lath
open average per
A of terra cottA Wing : At the end of th .
species inthceu'tureacity. e.
porous
in six trials The father is entitled to thc
I the skim milk was 1.28. In &A" rule
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ia Into use. fist second and third acts of 'the
rapidly coming
rAitsmrs FOR cows. where milk was diluted with twenty and custody of his minor children. "
H I fifty cent of cold water the < It is the latest theory that the elec. Two bo I Soiu1 i)\ the big melodramatic: lucecs .,
average actions
of
While parsnips are considered valuable per ejectment may which his b.cen crowding tlQ) anihomij yt
is duo to the j. (
<
of thunderstorms
food for cow, they are not so good asagtt per cent of fat in the skim milk was tricity brought for the same: tract of land. U\J3lon p!\j house for nine weeks ana ii I tr
1.24. In ten trials where milk was diluted friction of water drops on ice. "
beeta, which contain one half more ; There J is no exemption against n judgment booked for as many morlan, in- InoJlJl'Iht
sugar. But u parsnips can be more with ,ten to 100 per cent of its The most abiding results ef sunstroke for the conversion of property I Ktantancous! photograph or the audi

asily grown, and M they are easily kept own weight of hot water the average per are all referable to impaired functional The willow tan convey no title to tb tnco, Is taken(., revealing tho faces o

through the winter and are not injuredby cent. of fat in the skim silk was 1.11... energy of the cercbro-spinal system. land \\liich belonged tq/her husband. the male members enstgiil in n general\ .

moderate frosts it In two trials where milk was set in deep invention of the I for elate. the ;
may be more desir Before the telescopean Prior lon is suQicleut to suppoi l lan slHiupede a photographs < ,1tG. t
able to grow them than the beets. They] cans without dilution, in running water object upon the moons surface fifty action pone for the unlawful deiaimr\ cU&d. are then displayed iu prominent llacnln Help yourttffif i I

are certainly the second best roots for at sixty to sixty-three degrees, the average miles in diameter could not be seen. the Hub, where they silently, but cloqticntly you're a suffering woman,. with

feeding cows, anq very much better than per cent. of fat in the skim milk was In teaspoonful of human blood he tell their little tale. It is sig the medicine that's been prepared f
every railroads must
suits
turnips ,of kind. A of .89. In two trials whero milk was set in Damage against uillcnnt that while the audiences an Picrco'a
any peck the there are about 15,000,000.000 red corpuscles brought: thin! twehe months from th especially to help yon-Dr.
roots cut In slices be shallow pace at sixty to sixty-four degrees growing; steadily larger with each DUCCPSsive '
may given twice a but only 30,000,000 white injury sustained.It Favorite Prescrf ption. It will do It
the cent. of fat in the performance of tho production, the
day-JTork Titnct. average per e
others fail. For all the discuses
skim milk was .43. In one trial where ones. is malicious mischief to injure a don, number of men who ao out between the where

THE: SCRUB MUST milk was set in shallow pans and one- Evolutionists have got so far in their though a dog, in the proper .sense of th acts is growing beautifully less. peculiar to the .ox-drasrsrlntr-'

GO. third of its weight in water, at 120 degrees studies as often to indicate with confidence term, is not lroI1l'I'ty. --- down pains,displacements,ana thir J'r 1

Circumstances have conspired against I. added, the per cent. of fat in the the origin of cettain genera as It is a criminal offense to hunt on Pun. I'AIUS! a homo for the homeless or weaknesses, it's positive tamed .

the scrub, and he must go. Over-pro. skim milk was .75. well as species. day, and to shoot along or across th the world. It is tho most cosmopolitan It means a new life, and a long!r

auction has unmasked him, and without Setting in shallow pan without the The horrible infant mortality of many public road at any time. city on earth ; a city of mon and women one, for CTcry. delicate woman. D a

a buyer or friend he Is plainly seen in his addition of water gave much better results districts ia not accounted for solely by Mechanics wnive their liens by giving] who love tho world!, and and clasp wealth.her with every case for which It's recommended .
!
undesirableness.for the market The farmer hereafter who raises! than any other system except deep neglect of sanitary precautions, but is up the possession of the property upon the arms of art, pleasure I it gives satisfaction. IV

hones with his brother farmers, will ii setting in ice water. The churn test largely due to tho low diet of the mother! Which the lien attached.A TUB human mind has been called a tl!. guaranteed to do so, or tho money'I I

common other who showed an actual loss in butter by the and children. promise to pay the debt of snothe vine puzzle that requires years of expert is refunded.It .
raise products at find that
be will succeed in proportion a profit, the skill use of the dilution process; of 1.9J Dirk-haired persons have a better is void unless it is in writing and expresses once before we can begin to find out.Jrnrritl improves digestion, invigoralb* -'

pounds per 100 pounds of milk as com- chance in the for existence the consideration. -- --- dli-
and, intelligence he put into his work. great struggle the system, enriches the blood, h ,
will not bo pared with deep setting, ice water.Xeu .- than those of the opposite complex. Suits for lands sold at tax sales must ( Debility.One of the den pits aches' and z ,
Competition soon very sharp by one the great general*
"up at the top," and the nearer he ap. Tort World. ion, except in contageous diseases, where be brought within five years, except hare panxid. awnjr but ther Is one genera his blonds where infants whol.. e.frwlthiiOeneral Debility I I.
I preaches that enviable position, the are comparatively exempt. are concerned. name lie Isnorropeiterof persons or of sat( and nervousness, and builds np both.

I greater degree of success he may hopeto FARM AND' OABDEX XOTK3. The best pictures so far taken of the Suit before> justices of the peace must'. or of, sex lie impure. on the young off and victor In at flesh and strength. It is a legitimate !. '
old
defendant unfair fluht with age, romes
be of the
_attain.-.Farm and Firttitt Prune after the leaves fall. moon shows that parallel walls, whose brought in the precinct lie I I.eonstsntlybetllingagainst rood health mecliclnt-not a bevcra '
tops are no more than 200 yards or so inwidth or in the precint where thu contract- and bid rtellghl 1* to make mankind mleer alcohol inebriate
Warm,' dry hen-houes will prevent and which than "was made. able. hiss weapons ara lADle back, an achlnildo Contains no to ;:
are not more e.
weak Inactive liver poor dlg"*
TRANSPLANTING BVEnOllKENS. kidney no or to sour .or
rcup. 1000 or 1200 yards apart, are plainly Tho contracts of infants are voidabl tlnD.non."lmll.Uon of food extreme nervovi syrup sugar
Evergreen trees like pines and ., uul''rtI&ll..ltude.' short breath. un' ferment In tho stomach and cam
spruce Build icehouses on slopes where they] visible. and not void, and a ratification after th nee
he I I. not tiho
natural fatigue", etc. However .
hemlocks, are successfully transplanted will have natural drainage. The web of the is secreted Infant becomes of age makes his contracts feared. He easily dlnarmed br a use oDr. distress. As peculiar In its marvelous
spider by 'I
of the this results In- its t
almost any season year; when good. John Buir MamaimrllU. When remedial as
Never feed your cows when you are certain glands as a thick, viscous liquid, remedy. Is uned to counteract tb. attarke01
is not frozen. dont be j
the The Therefore
ground milking. One thing at a time. and into the air through The half blood inherits equally with Mrneral Debllltjr, h* I is mad-to retreat rverlima ] composition. ; ,
percentage of loss is less if they be setout passes organsknown the whole blood unless tho inhcritanc' In fact Uener th'bilityend Dr.Bnlnhamaparlllarannot t put off with some worthies compound
In very cold weather provide shelter as spinneret, several groups of Iw In the seine *system .t!
in the than when
spring transplanted for the cows at night. which are shunted on the under side of tomes from the ancestor not of kin to''I the cam time 'Iry It, and you will soon gel easily, but dishonestly, recommended
at other seasons. In the spring is the the abdomen. the half blood.If i .. to be "just as good.*
most natural time for transplanting the how is the water supply for the win. : .
;
Interest i Is i
"rnI"nt head
more than 8 per rent A man Is, Hike a pnhls! pre'vent. *
plant is in its most dormant condition, terl Wells all right Pumps in working Uranus is a major planet. It was dli- charged upon a loan, tho tender under i a him going too. ter.
order covered W. Her ehel in 1781. Its -
and thus the removal is attended with by of loses all tho interest,
plea ,
usury, eared and eradicated. from thus -VASELINE-S
to the most promising results. In the spring With farm work, the real fact can mean distance from the sun i is close upon whether paid or no paid. .nlen MALARIA by Brown's Iron Hitter, which en,

time the young trees get a firmer rooting only be learned by successive experiment 2,000,000,000 miles, the period of Us One Vitncis! to deed is suflloicnt except riches the blood, tone the nerves, aid dlietlon. .
a ,. In general
Act like charm on '.OIlR
before the upper growth begins. If setout carefully carried out. revolution eighty-four years aud the real in cases where the grantor is unable 111 hiallti, giving a new energy" and itrengtb., Yon A ONK.nnLlAK JIll.. .. ..*..* .., ...-
diameter 31,000 miles. w* will dllr.r.Ire.ol all eharfM .o**y per sea L
in the fall, the young trees an Give each cow a name and call her and to write his name, sod then two w itnesses --- -- union the Ult'd nut*, aU of IN following arikjlo", ttulljr ,1
,weakened and Strange lo my, no man ever guts tight : .....".
are often deprived of Thirty-four the first experiment who write their names arc re u -t
years ago
she wilt know her and can .
soon habit
name come u* lit loose In hi .
of *
0. twivauno* bolll* Pnr VtMtlM tOs. *
their sap and juices by the evaporation to or obey you when in the 'ard. with telescopes at a high altitudewas quired. .tw mne heath of VaMllM IMmad k M"
induced by leaves and twigs, before the ) made at Teneriffe by }' llul Smythfar : for ten will FiTartopp'"d free hy nil. Kt.INK'S OHRAIKrHVMKiwTOHKH. On. Jar of T..lino Cold. ",...., If.' ,
Adverse possession years first ilay'ivne. iTke B"
Straw scattered on .a bare knoll in a No Hut after One of Tulln Oampber lea ;
.
roots take a fresh hold upon the soil 1 up on tho lava-covered Ride of Teydc, color of title, and twenty years without, Marvelouarure Treatise and M trluUiltle One ft nf Taielin *a.p, nBepMl, ".
meadow will operate as a mulch and soot ..hn..I.II. Ott.('.".lit"..&,1..*...., eia,.ter e57 w.JI.
Actual with of his residence and I Ur. Kiln Ml Arch at..
4 contact thu soil through, natural of to it, and the account successful gives a good title to laud, except when "e. On* two-...- ",,",.* 1>C Wkli. V* '11I.' .
! growth is absolutely essential ti cause a good crop grass grow on observations above the clouds Infant, and married women, under the afflicted wild sore eye use Dr. learn Thnnlp -... '

! bringing the functions of the newly Bet A fertilizer applied this year may be In forms a part of every astronomical: li- law before 1887/:! were interested. ,nn'" E'e.wster.Dnlgglale.ell: MiVi: |wr teeth. Or for pMfiiot(Mm*.* any**HO*. .<*M. .* ft It.*...**'.

tree into action. In Now England the a'more available condition next and bet. brary.In When laborer hires for an entire yea: MHiHMf-.... OH HO HII**0o Hf fc* fMrawli4 f A -..ofVaNH.Hooe' J1.a.NAniinh *tMHM

frost is usually out of the ground, and ter suited to the second crop than to the tho hottest climates the animals arc at a given pricunnd quits the employment wOS =.aaM 6emuM MMI sett.e.. > "q
vMolk
I aiw Hllh
tatiWy fw the land in a fit condition for transplant. first.Give : found most to approach man, and those voluntarily before the expiration of thi I t.....br...l. Mf>. (,*.. -J4 Hlele Us.} M. Y.

ing from about the first to the middle oWay. colts plenty of exercise at all I in such great zoological division posses rear, and without the fault or consent of R UP G

.-Courier-Journal. times of year. A colt raised in the stable the organization the most complex and ills employer, ho can reecho no "wages.If S For Coughs 0 Colds

or a small yard is sure to be soft or lazy the faculties most developed ; while iu n puny agrees to complete n contract yx like
Th.r. I ii lie UxlMn'
HOME-MADE BCPEKl'nosrHATES. or both. the polat regions are found! only beings for work or Ubor. within a certain tun '

A late bulletin of the Maryland\ Agri. Feed your hogs clover hay regularlyand occupying a rank but little elevated in Mid full aud the other paity receives ofuses DR. SCHENCK'S .

'cultural, Experiment Station gives a plan they will keep in good health all the zoological scrict. thu IJrl'pettlln Its ineonipletecoodi-.

,for making domestic superphosphates winter, even if they are kept in rather Birds stand between beasts and reptiles linn, l ho ('oiitriu'lor can recover the nameable ULMONIC.

front the animal bones* that nccumtnulaU close quarters. but are widely distinct from both. value of his labor. i v -* -7;

about the farm. It is aa follows: Give a little salt in cow feed ; it will All beasts possess, as we possess, warm A note \\itliout iHI nl Is Pitted in six i:. / "

Crush the bones as thoroughly as possible keep the bowels regular, while if you blood, but the blood of a bird ill warmer gears{ and u note with simply u' nrnliili I If f'; SYRUP. Il

and provide a barrel of fresh- give a small quantity once a week it U still, and thus birds differ greatly front nit the \\onls l "W lIIl-.* my hood\ inn s f I lilt pluDt t* tk*tute aaA

,burned limo and three barrels of strong,, apt to act like physic. reptiles, iu spite of their possessing! certain sCIII l," \U in liiw u note without a ace'ahilrfl t ,. I 0'la diM not eoaiala. a nnlel ftuplunaraayihlnflnfnrfcMM k
note with the nonU. "Wit urn I It- ,.
unleached bard-wood ashes for every not only interesting but structural characters in common with l.lhn tOeaik&iTl 1.10.1.ttiM "
Quails are Lund nnd real und with n') seal attilehrd,1in -
barrel of crushed bone. Uce as a base,, I that cold-blooJed clans. my J 'gi Id. Far SH by el I t>nif itela' G
uftful to the farmer, as they live largely ; luwaMiihd note Price, tl.no pur. bolll Dr. Hoheaak1. Vault ..
or mixing hearth, a tight floor, or a level on grubs and other insects,and we should By count and estimate, it is said thata : %i llnniHiuiiilua end II* (Jure) nillx. free. JkUrmi
layer of loamy soil about six inches OIMI5 1rtJOYt9 Dr. J. D.lloh.nok: 3 Bon. PhUa4llptUao 4 y i
try to save them from annihilation. shrimp would every year produce about nrmlntm. (<..'! be t urtdRr I -
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thick. Upon this spread a barrel ol 6800 8800 lobster local amillrttlonn, nil they run not rrnrl' Both the method and results when
eggs a prawn, a t'
ashes in similar Then in It will be necessary) soon to feed more thedtera..IIwrtlannf tbc ".'. 'I'hurel.ueli I j A XMAS HEALTH GIFT l'
a layer. a or less dry, feed, and the better plan is to 21,000, a flounder, 133,407, a mackerel, DDK way locnre, iloalue. .u, unil tbaL I. by con_ Syrup of Figs la taken; it Is pleasant (Exerciser Complete ernIe '
thinner layer half a barrel o( bone caunvU bIn
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454,651 a herring, 36,960, a cod itllutioiml ne"lea. and to the taste and acts
scatter through tho bone to fill the I make the change gradually as sudden liillamnl ruintlllan of the tnuroui llnmir ur refreshing Rear ar Au. Ci cuu Fn*. ,
changes of feed are often detrimental. 4,686,760, a, ling, 10,21U23, The the t..u.lacbt.n'I'ub. When' tbls tube tret. gt'nllyyet promptly! on the Kiddejs, ItoncM for"An Idfil Co' ipl,..l spaces, and spread upon it half a barrelof swarm of enemies to which tbo offish I UnAIDed inu h.T.. it ruintillnx tonnil or ImperFM A fMBpkl 1'1>rol..1 1Mwtnpnwnt," 55s ,
eggs Liver and Bowela cleanses the .
lime pulverized but not slacked. On Leaves and hay chaff make excellent ,( hmrluc. Biiil whim It !1. antrolyci.aed: ers- III. torte. llilik a Sutnilh la l c
are exposed renders necessity the In lit. remit, uml mattes the luflara coMa head. I'hr.lc.1 C.I. ...," III. Chart of
and IMufneiw tem effectually, dispels M "w eta r
this spread a second barrel of ashes litter for floors, by throwing grain production of a much larger numbci million can iw tnktm out and this t Inlxi restored ft lib lor Dumb n.lle. 'eel
Wet this pile gradually with a sprinkler, among it the fowls are kept busy scratch to Iu norinkl condition' bMrlni will h. aches and fevers and cures habitual Ad. INO. I. DlWOt Pull.rp.! ,.(: 5I ,
than are hatched and come to maturity, destroyed forever; nine row ant of ten arrnuW < Cultv Klraal, nit Muon St.
them constipation. of Figs I iq the ChlcajS
about of water This exercise keeps healthy. .. Syrup
using ten gallons or ing. otherwise any species must soon become by raUrrb. wliith U nolUlnit bat u InRuiiKxl .

enough to moisten all but have none run .' Don't forget to put up some nice extinct.A w. ...lIIllvo conditional Un.lh..III\the mucous\ cur...r..._for .nirMt only remedy or its kind ever produced -- -- -

out. Add, in like manner, a half barrelof second clover., The pigs would enjoy >t l) .f IIOHS e'au.,1 I Ujr ruturrb tbitt wirannnt pleasing to the taste and I acceptable SI,000 REWARD !

bone, a half barrel of lime, a barrel of tome next winter. If you have a good farmer of over twenty :year* practical cure by tuklnic hats! lnUrrb Cure, ,. to the stomach prompt in Tk. ....." ,.w.M will bt Jd fnr jtraot .!

ashes, and ten gallons more of water. silo, silage will take bo place of clover experience writes to in the New Bureau South: of Wale., Australia .t...il for circular F'.J.Capssvkl'o.Tuldn,0.fold :frur. its action and truly beneficial in ItaclI'ecu Ih.MEHUHANT'SOAKOir.l t ol hllr f,,..MX.id. "
Agriculture .
Over all scatter about one bushel of land by druvitmU.' T) tout. prepared only from the roost Worm H.m.dr A"TABLETS. ''. WOUC
hay.Fuel of that colony that tho system of --- --- eoid.v.rrwb.re.. ;
plaster, and cover the entire pile with given to the stove in the barn in wheat growing ho has pursued baa insured Th.clIIJlshml.g/ resents H kin nnd run'th.othcrway.butwhrn healthy and agreeable substances, JUIIN' llOOaK. .**>y. ,"

dry loam. Examine the pile once a the barn or poultry-house will save the his against rust lie works t tYdiRrrunt.they lit \laM M)Mini'. Peen Ha many excellent qualities commend HncbsorsGargling, 00 0*.- i
xnwtl.
week, and add water, if needed, to keep more expensive fuel given to the cows the land in crops hot weather burns oil the ba ie | n.__ ._______.. It to all and have made it 1.port. N. T.. U.'; A.
all moist but not wet. In four or five "Dnn't halllt in my iklrU and rry "". Pall
horses, sheep aad poultry in the shape of stubble immediately after harvest, plows nmimin, lo her ptwvUli mid pals looklnii little, the most popular remedy known. -
weeks shovel over and thoroughly mix, food. deep steep the seed wheat in a solution rlr''. Ah I snottier If >'ou would. ulva. It t..1 l>r. Syrup of Figs is for sale In 60o KJIMG COTTON
with soil '. \ It would unnii !
moisten and pile again cover Worm Drmrnxm
and leave two how have you settled the manure of vitriol and arsenic, dries it with wood swell, and contfiitly plar with Its bloikt ..0.1! nnd il bottles by all leading drug.

and three a little weokllong'cr.more plaster If, pieces of bone questionl Going to let it leach all ashes before sowing and uses only half a bra' -.. gists. Any reliable druggist who Buy or tell your Cotton ik JONES "'

or sift them winter and be where the spring rains bushel per acre of seed. It will be seen All IhrM who paw through. tin door to lue'e. may not have it on hand will pro Cotton Scale. 't
then remain ucdecomposed: .. lint It lalmled 'puiili.
will
in add will waft the goodness out of it into the that the system tends to destroy the :* -- -- --- cure it promptly for any one who k BUT KIT.
out to use next compost, or morel
of the rust-fungus in the soil and BROWN'S Iron Bittern(rar. Dyspepilt, M*. Do .
limo and ashes and give further ditch. spores wishes to try it. not accept $605.T0l1 Una. .44r .
quick 1&,.... bllloiuiOBM .u,1 Ue"or l \tiebtldy.lire.
time. Clean the cow' udder well before you also in the seed. Strength' sides. 1I1..UIIII..UO.... IU. nervecrM *- ,any substitute. OT JINOHAMTOir
.. tNut tnnlo fur Nomine- N. Y. t
to milk. Do it with a dry clothor pp tlt* Tb
attempt klottun, weak women and lUIUron. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. -
TREATMENT!: OF BOXES. brush. Avoid water for'this purpose, English WaluuU and Almondi. -- IAN fUMC/'CO. CAL !
U..U not W unmy YOU VISIT I ATLANTA
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knows she >rt>tly
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stations and, if necessary, let the water be warm, If utter told her .... tovwttu, a,. mw rout N., WHEN ,
One of the experiment give so-called walnut U beginning girl
and then dry the udder perfectly. The English ._- -- --.- ... Kail In Ntp a! lll.Ulf JBW.
the following as to treating bones on the to be raised on an extensive scale lathe I with the world knew haw flOOd a remedy 'PtMITIYELY Det/Y.DILD _KIJIV "TOUK. 73 WfcllBa4l'r..*.
farm: 1. Bones put into a well-kept, Don't waste the hay. Feed little and : United Statej and the cultivation D.. Hull'.K r iii>'rlll.. In formmural debility' B&GGY KNEES l Laryut Stotk and lowest J'riett t\* City.
wben I Iru .
rather than much twice a day aDd IUl. >'>* )- Jtn v mo MrcoKiu CreeljPaotStretctier
moistened manure pile will themselves often. promises! also to be a largo industry fntho weak and my .hmltb win fallluir I .nj,>" t4 l> .._..lot.. t78ocl Emblem.) a 8polsUty.<... r
gradually decay and disappear, enrichingthe and have a good share of it left and very distant future. Mvlelru nuts, \\It. for the flnt time In )enr. *.-J/r.. J. Uloude. A4 i-.IW<'l>.M, }r..h,9.01.. .lm.l ..J twin. .. *e.UJ* Nan".).......t. Fend ui. |t.SO aod |(vt a Bolld Gold Pl 1..c.f\ f

manure to that extent. 2. Raw bones wasted because trampled upon or is they should be called, are grown ( I'urtimuuth' O wb."I"it. J. OBftly."til.dI.W.I...ia'r, <.>Mr..e. ........ any Urdrr >UU U>loiiK Iu.- ----- -- +

may be bodily buried in the soil around breathed upon till the stock will not cat In Spain and I'ortugU I and especially on Annrllrl0niifarnllr:: ; should be wlthoot-- CJI' \

the trees; if placed at a sufficient depth, it. the; island of Madeira. The nuts reach m.rrisgeta-n itheir. lt

beyond the reach of the sulnu er' heat Do not be too frugal in the use of the ibis country through British hands, and Ladlre. t tN

and drought the rootlets will cluster harrow before putting in the crop. It it ia for this reason that they are known write M troublwl MMlr with....acv Cure Female..,rtall.Complnlnt unit quick.,, fDl .>>h \

around each piece and in the course of a not only eradicates weeds, but improves here as English walnuts. The trees grow "Ivrnwlow.me. I'artlmilan nml proof* of cum 1

few years consume it entirely. But it the seed-bed. By killing the weeds it :md bear excellently ia this country. I It y mall ..... )1),.Ketniilo Mury A.ItiMuuw llraunou six. .4A $ A I

will not do to have, these root cluster gives your crop a week' time more start know of one in this city, on Eleventh rearep.ada.e.14 WebLlngion M.. AtlauU. I In.1iat INSTANTLY.; l A

broken up by cultivation every season. of them. street near !I. But it is in California I' RELIEVES .

3. Bones may be packed in moist wood Do not allow the chicks to crowd too the: business of raising them has arrived P Mtlonsr":>\ *tro"k a.k..il. a rOil gmtlenuu inont Iu ofearinveler.. __ KLYJJUUTULUS.: U_runa>_Yt, NewTork._:. Pans lO' -

ashes, best mixed with a l 1'ttle' quicklime;; closely on the roosts. They should hive it importance. In the southern part of "Tii* sun." wa the rrply. ern. Nvu, --' CURE QIIlousnetey;,

the mass kept moist but never dripping.In rooms for their own, use where the old: that State, particularly ia the neighbor. Ttratwr. illij.r.\l. Farm Land and TUnrliM. I rlIw.

a few months the hardest bones will birds do not rool:. They should also hood of Los Angeles, thousands' of ton In MlMwarl. Kanoiui, 'r"..*Kai and.uUly.Uu Arkenes'Iaught : a Sick Headache,
and xild. .t'J kr* OL. >*< ,'
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be reduced to a fine mush, which is as have more food than the adults, and be of the finest varieties are produced by '-

effectual as superphosphate. "Concen given a large grass range.. great plantations originally; started from |)a \'.. Kurt .."u.I... f TbJa'ur...f';"" a:., 'DAU"Uor.OllIla. M a I a r I ae

trated lye" and soil may be used insteadof By the way, do you mean to bank up iced. in New Mexico, Arizona and south- lrt Any. will prwa receive ttnilluif Uforuiation ui their Hint name will and Imloafnrtuni ad. : J. F. SMITH CO.,

ashes. In this process the nitrogen of the house this winter If you do, please west Texas Madeira nuts do excellently > *. Hroj !,eels l A (Jo.. hw'urlty ? Maker of "DUe !k....,** BILE BEA

the bones is lost going off in the form of. leave places that may be easily Opened aliO.! They must have rich land. building, Kama.. -*.-City.- -lie.1r.11'ahlneer -. I. 255& 257 Creeawlch st.. N. Y. City. ___ r:_
ammonia, the odor of which is very perceptible the cold California U also producing almond on Iledaelu Cure. Harm.

: in the tank used. For neitherof every weather.day,Fresh if possible air is, just during as healthfulin an immense scale. One man in that State liMln raLhf rtferl. quUk"n nrrlpt and pueltlv,'.t'I |In.r.l rtlr'*>. j PENSIONS ana PEllsioN sJU J S ORTEIHIID.! TOILEAD:!,I f

Feat .
these processes should the bones be the winter in the summer. ias nearly two square wiles planted with Adele r&l.i..&=. VY'yn burnt. The burning of bones is an unqualified the tree of this niX Almonds grow at --- ,. :n.W:: :== : t..ln'. "b\' : ... 1 AdJ1.
Any machinery that is past usefulness brseil ulI'. I......a tureliUloua sad Reavt.narim. lit ,I W Ma.111I"hh Rw6:: : \. ;
detriment to their effectiveness veil in California u anywhere and they MtlTU. I'lfir1-trenn -
.. ..._,_ I Ct4JiJ&
will take less and look much better __
room ? HEW LAW
which be undone by the use of will drive nut the foreign : whlekgHablt.

sulphuric can acid.only 4. Bones steamed for sorted if knocked and to laid pieces by for the future bolts and ue,nuts the product eventually altogether. They will& not do a.nu.DWa'itvr.tt.O :! ..."".wawC enl any'If wlivr>.Mr*. .0'p U 3 H utd', slot mlo.a& I luxik..._of.i.u.-<*r* -PHSIO-( i S Appl(..! un.ilia'.' B.ria,\\lA".J, II, "" 1Fout .. ,

three or four hours in a boiler under a and the well east of the Rockies, and our supply l/neleen.rut YNLl:. Allref MIS Y W..I..,. l. D.P. .

pressure of thirty-five to fifty pounds, wood work used for kindling, or the future will be drawn entirely from & .\Ntta.: :: It""", ..* 08&*_ (:1..1.", D.."u.n t.q... ,
Qld iron sold or piled away in come cor- Save the Bovs I ....... tJ1f1
can, after drying, be readily crushed in California, though it may be that south- '

an ordinary barley-crushing mill, and aer.Ventilation for animals! vest Texas will prove tillable fur their t4 .... ik* girl*-ffoai ikair (taleai eaSerlat TELEGRAPHY AND SHORTHAND i iI O.a,i. =eil7 Ntfe ;
convenient for is a* necessary also. ItotutL n du.a.
thus be rendered more rultlvation marl 1.AUIN/1Mcilsof.MOCTlt.l'.td.mu 'd .
hum' wr ralaal vcBer lunt *ar M U* I II: -
tae Practically very little ot the nitrogen is for man. In bee-hive there are work. The bazbl l nut will before long be Introluced byll.lylbtMa..od'.5saapsrtay .. ybo.asdaar feu.l'UI'l'ItLLI'/fY.ABECIeM..lgUa.:<< : a.wtr r....... -: y;

; (glue) of the bones need be thus lost. tn whose business it i* to keep the aircirculatlnr largely as a commercial product. ....... ar* *.4> *kbly kip/ sat Uwu it4.. .fev : Vn. ....* W_.. B.I* *.E... .t/.Y bye w. bars. oi4 a4 Jig-II a.b4....
through the hiv See that ia this dtII4n. _bask luaeun vf wi UM BILL I wu.a>, lee.Ifra.a..llnep.rr.. ritetll.lnlea lpa ar..yean. ,. l
Bottan CalUpalor.THAT ; There are now million of acres .. ... rt" u> **. 11I&I.
ilf 1 ihM l u /l.
there; is plenty of freak air around winter. of wild hazel brush, which stet Moat {Htriaer kM da*. f / Owls. II tar iautL sun.u.'..,"'..'...I..>.a ttrot Mere+'.... ''''''''u'''' > ..
It will not do to shut country .* STW METHOD OT CZAR BAIBISO. stored hive La a shrub as high as jour bead. MC. a4 tHaltt eel tariftm ear Wd, sew. Lea aloe. add by .0""" .....
the method of cream lives up fa an unventilated cellar. The hazel out U a (pecli!* belonging to -.I.It......*.h| mt ...,. *(***(-.. >ke* iHjIYA'R&/' WW..*
To new "U".a4lO : :
compare ." ; . . ,
raising by dilution with watereither hot The Iloudins are not only ornamentalbut the same genus a. the filbert. As tot luau t.nod* keriajwrill* J&. Kcuf teara.bu& I ..Uule/w.17 JlZAGRICULTURAL. A. N. U. .J'ih1.no.U30..

uiefuL They are easily raised, he latter we get all our filberts from w. Y4Hood's --- ID.ll:ut FUK 'A1A..;.u1..wI..Th aa. ,
or cold, with the ordinary one of setting very Pl"'C. ..f. ImWCl\lU6&. 4...... III 4trt.la. Yu{
Ia deep can of Ice water, experiment plump; and of good size. They are very England, where their cultivation gone Sarsaparllla. (4114 Ua Uu 1kU uGlw few.yuAl., '

were made at the Cornell University Station jvely when hatched and grow quickly. into largely. The County ICent'produces s..dbl all ds..I .*. (1: dllurn ...ra4I/ tI

with the following summary: of re Some like them better than the Lag. 100,000 ton of filbert annually. They l>C.L Dow a t*. lweU\, HIM I

lUlu as to the percentage of fat left in horn, as they have na big comb to freeze; grow well in the region of Puget Bound, 100 Doses One Dollar

the skim milk: their "top-not" protect. them ia cold' md I am BOW importing plants and Mnd- -. w r"-- I 1& U 811 1. 0' .wbka .11I&I1 partJew U at. w1ho 't
la eleven trial where the milk was act weather and give: them n add but very jog them up then for treat.Wg4iry&dafilar. HoUEYTUa..w ....-.u-..., -C.e.s...........lies.nets. -.. t aaarl4 YrYeP.ntunt OPe. ...... by drvnt.u w ...., II,pep .

ia the Cooley creamer with to water at tttnctiv sppearsaee.c.a. ; .". C.l..sail: sew .... ........ .. I.C .4zss.. .Eo T. Jtua&.11Jl" Wtrf1t" re.







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8 THE EAST COA&ADVOCATE, FRIDAY; JAtf 2, 1891.
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LOCAL NEWS. -Mr.' J. U.: tlntton, of Malone, N. J., i

was-Mr In ,town and Wednesday.Mrs. ,' OQ x 0:1 W M u 8 M CLOTHING

Continued from Page 1. Chas. J. Warner, of m 7 ad .oo 1

--Capt. W. D. Watson spent Christ Northampton, Mass., have been spending : = iz.; I.r.I tj
a few daY8In.town. ;1 0 t4iy
-. main
Jacksonville with his 6
in man
tnas y ee
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....Messrs t d na 2. E? 00
friends. Dixon & Gray are now e: SU. tI = f' ... ...* HATS SHOES
Messrs. C:; E. Gerrish and F. E. sending out a Journal entitled, "Titus- y "-;:gc. M We mm ,

Richardson, of Boston, arrived here vllle Drug Journal." d N 2: OCD ? S&if a JUST RECEIVED

Tuesday.Mrs. -Mr. U. D. llendrickson, of Lake I hi 5 | !. | .

Sackett and her son, Glen, who Worth, was in town Wednesday, and ; Y'g' 0, totr 0a f1I io'IS: 3SZf: :: AT THE :EZ1&2 R.
has been stopping In town since last gave our office a call 8. 'y

week, returned to Heath Wednesday. -Mr. J.V.. Huntington, who ,has a= Em: N .I.I M ffi6S : tov :!

TO-NIGHT.. Grand Masonic enter been spending the Christmas holidays = g.W Dc LIJ | 02. | 0

tainment at Cocoa. In order that some town, returned to his place at Aurantlaon CICI ft M s'i.aCJ E: 0 H.r'il.2s .=. ::. c e 1W Special Sales Every Monday
(U r
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of our staff may attend, we publish little Wednesday morning. ; r8 lfl.F It t' i fc ,

earlier today.Mr. Capt. and Mrs. John Carey, Capt. II =: gOao S

II. L. Yard, of Trenton, N. J., A. Bennett, Geo. G. Gleason, Harry ; Co IS: z a; CI0 :( .. t Jl'rJJ.I'll'.PO.tr': i ",::I.. a!:">!' Eki J. P. TURNER & COGroceries
Hodgson Eugene Brainerd of Eau Gal- E ; 5'2 .
now occupies a position as bookkeeperwith ; r+ 00" ? g
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lie ft
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the well-known commission firm of were town this week. :c (\ '111" rJJ. :ts. '
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J. S. Watson A; Co. Messrs. Jno. L. Williamson and F. rJJ .. ; 'ft:II{ OQ-. L .: 9 g: Jo rJJ =: H E. L. :se.AC .,
o e.
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::JrDysubscrlblng $l./O/ per annum C. Forte, of Boston arrived here Monday, t: 1i' .. rJJ :r CDlrJ op =o.-c: p: pC

for the ADVOCATE, it will only cost you. and started for a trip. to Lake Worth (-O) ij'C0.2; .raw. f ; Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer.
.
I Wednesday. ...t ,.spi !
Three Cent Per Week, Pottage Included, 'g ;a- r = H .... .n. my '< s 21 ,
,:;: oon =:
to any part of the United States. This -Mr. and Mrs. Fred. F Taylor, of a ; c1 SU '. a. .rJJOi C r=: Mo al I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of
p.
'small sum will not ruin you. Grand Rapids, Mich., arrived here on '
io p CDC" da bI J 5 8 Staple Ac FzLncy" Groceries, H3Vuit
-Mr; G: B. Cory, of Boston, Ma s., Tuesday evening's train, and left for Cocoa .. () "0 CD J.I d ..- S't1 m And Food ProductsOf
who Is connected with the wealthy Canaveral next day. We were pleased to note IS: M. =a. .ii
how well they looked. S L'J All Kinds. Also My Stock of
Club, In expected here to-morrow n _. eo.
-Capt. Jno. L. Howard, general tiig M M N :' 8 Grain Bran Cotton Seed Meal
evening. Messrs. Heed and Fish are on I 53 "" Hay, ,
freight of the line (U )
agent Clyde who has ic
htm. \
hand to meet N m Ground Food and Wlient.
-This (Friday) evening there will bea been on_a.trip to Us place at St Lucie, I I am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively in the above lino of
returned to Jacksonville Monday morn- Goods. I buy clone, and will sell close. I Invite your correspondence and solicit
and In
Masonic entertainment supper Ing. BREYARD COUNTY JAMES HOLMES, President. your patronage. Very truly,
Billing's New Brick building, at Cocoa, IL I,. Bn.ADY.
Messrs. Albert and Ed. ALBERTA. TAYLOR, Secretary.
Magruder, of ,
We understand there Is to be a ball afterwards
Rockledgo, were In town this week. Mr.
forward
and many are looking f to Ed. Magruder had been on a trip purchasing STATE BANK GEORGE M. ROBBINS, 'WALTER S. GRAHAM,
spending a very pleasant evening.We a pair of horses. Mr. Albert INDIAN RIVER Attorney-at-Law. "" Attorney-at-Law..

are In receipt of the second number Magruder informed us ho has suspended

of the Southern Touritt, a newspaper well-driving until spring COCOA, FLORIDA Robbins & Graham
published in Jacksonville by Messrs. REAL ESTATE
?
-Mr. Chas. Tilden, Miss C. A. Tilden
Frank &; WagstalT. It Is a very good CAPITAL:
and Mrs. A. B.: Campbell, of St. Louis,
paper, and recommend It to our readers.Mr. Mo., arrived in town on Monday evening's Paid Up, $2 ,OOO. ''I
Will Jeffcrs who arrived here EXCHANGE Real Estate Dealers.
| train, and have been stopping at Authorized, $100,000.
from Washington, D. C., last week, Is the Indian: River Hotel until yesterday, ,

BOW snugly ensconced at the Hotel Indian when they left for down the river. Is Now OPEN and Fully Equipped for
,River, Rocklodge, as clerk and telegraph COCOA Indian River FLA. ALL KINDS OF PROPERTY BOUGHT, SOLD, AND EXCHANGED.
-:Miss Daisy A. Peck, a popular ,
very in
operator, position which ho has Banking all its Branches.
In :Members of
young lady Atlanta and Charlestown Brovard Abstract of Title CompanyTitusvillc -
held for the past two or three wInters
society( circles, arrived: on the Iroquois BUSINESS SOLICITED.
Xotlce. For the benefit of parties this of All Kinds Sold and
morning and will spend the holidays Property Bought Brevard Co. Florida.
wishing to visit New Smyrna from pointson with friends In this city.-Jackson Money to Loan on, Security.. ,
River tickets will bo sold to'parties Exchanged. P. O. Box 250.;
Indian ville. Metropolis, Miss Daisy Peck arrived DIRECTORS: .
of five or more on one ticket," In town Saturday evening, and left ALBERT>A. TATI.OH, President. We Buy and Sell .All Kinds of Real Estate, and are Sole Agents for a
the round till Jan. 31st. large; list of carefully-selected Properties In all parts of Brovard county..
for one fare trip, for the home of her parents at Cocoa JAMES, HOLMES, Vlce-Prosldent.;
and :PAll inquiries will bo promptly RELIABLE Information furnished. as to character, location and value of any Property
-G. F. Prddlson, gen. freight pass Monday R. B. HOLMES, Cashier. on Indian River.

agent E C. T. Co. -Mrs. C. II. Watson, who has been 11 J. M. SANDERS, J. F. WOOTE.V. and reliably answered. 11 Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are unequalledand

-Mrs, John Asplnwall Is now erecting spending the Christmas holidays with every effort will be made to give perfect satisfaction to intending Purchaserswho
may favor us with their patronage.No .
A very pretty two-story house on the Mrs. W. B. Watson and other
relativesIn Properties listed unless the Title Is Perfect.
north side! of the Eau: Gallic liver. It is Jacksonville, returned here Monday The Clyde Steamship Co.: Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring large. bodies of Low-

to be rented furnished. The house is evening, brimming over with the delightful Priced Lands.
Write for
comfortably and nicely equipped with Descriptive Catalogue.
things she had seen in the metropolis
the exception of household linen and during her sojourn there. Mrs. W. New York, Charleston and Florida Lines.

silver. The house Is to lio ready for occupancy B. Watson left for Ackworth, Georgia, -

about January: 15th. In addl. this week, for the purpose of placing The magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed EDWARD STILING

Lion, there Is a nice piece of ground, Frank at College. to sail as follows : ,
where vegetables and fruit can be raised
Mayor :M. R. Marks returned last (8TA.NDAHD TIKE.)
at option of occupant also a anda Cocoa Indian River Florida
; pump From New York, From JackuniiTllIe.
evening from his hunting trip, in com ,
splendid How of good water from an (l'ierl9.: }; It.) STEAMER Florida. ,
Situation cannot be i pany with a party of gentlemen, having Frl'lay, Dec. 2Iltb,at 3 V, X.....'.OHEROKEE\.Thuraday, Jan. let, at 8,00 A. M. ... Dealer In
artesian well. surpassed. been twelve days. The St. John's Monday, l>oo. Zlitli> ,at 3 P. II..I'\KAUXOLK. .........l'\lIntlay. Jan. 4th, at 10,00 A. 11.Oth .
.-Apply, for terms, direct to Mrs. gone Wednesday, IXMJ. Slut, at a P. 1I..lItlKlUOI : ............ Jan. at I'-.IK Noon.
river was headed from Orlando, return- Friday Jan. 2 John Asplnwall, Eau Gallic, Indian Monday, Jan. Bill,at 3 P. ......"YEMA8SEE,".........Rnnday, Jan. 11th, at 4,00 A. M. Agateware
via Titus ville and the Indian ,
ing river, ,
Wednesday Jan. 7th,at 8 P. 1I.'H.UOKK..Tu..day. Jan. 13th at one A. M.
Jliver, Fla. 20 4t and traversing about 230 miles through Friday, Jan. Uth,at 3 P. 1I..SKMINOL.t. .........TbUr8d"r. Jan. 15th, at 8.00 A. M. PLUMBERS' & MILL SUPPLIES, OILS, GLASS & PUTTY TABLE
Monday Jan. 12that3P.M.: .... 1RtMlJOIS ..........Sunday/ Jan. 18th, at 11,00 A.10. .
Commencing Thursday, January 1, the woods in teams. Several deer were Wednesday. Jan. Uth,at 3 P. M."AIAIONtlgr".Tuesday, Jan. 20th, at 12-oo Noon & POCKET CUTLERY, BARBED WIRE WIRE NETTING,
1801, the steamer St. Augustine, of the killed, and any quantity of ducks and Monday Friday, Jan.Jan. IHth mh,at at3P.M.3 P. M."YEMASSEE.Thurs......CHEUOIOEt..flunday.: ay, Jan.Jan. 2'lth., at at 1.30 400 A.P. M.M.26tb & WIRE CLOTH.
Indian River Steamboat company's line, other small game. The trip is reported Wednesday. Jan. 21nt at 3 P. ........REMISOLKI ....,...Tuesday, Jan. 27th, at 6.00 A, M.
Friday, Jan. !7ld, at 3 P.II..IRlKlIIOI8..1'hur8llay.. Jan. Zirto, at 7.00 A. M.
will run between Ormond, Daytona, Ti- as a very enjoyable one.-Orlando Rec Monday Jan :liiitu,at 8 P.II"'AI.OONlltTIN..Rllnda,. Feb. 1st at 9.00 A. M.
Wednesday. Jan VHth at 3 P. ........YEAlAR .:.:,".....,,Tuesday. Feb. 3d, at 11.00 A. 11.5th .
tusvllle and Rockledge as follows: ord. Friday, Jan. 30th,at 3 P. M."C11ERUKEE..Thursday, Feb. at U.oo Noon.

Leaving Ormond 7 a. m. Tuesdays, -Quite a .fleet of steamers arrived New.
Thursdays and Saturdays; returning, I here Tuesday, to undergo an inspectionby I tllaQt"itpCq(+17INr[;iu3Rgw -y b

leave Rockledgo 7 a. m. Mondays, Wednesdays the government inspectors, who were St. Johns River Line. .v

and Fridays; using about eleven expected here Tuesday. Falling to arrive 0H

hours for the trip and touching at all Tuesday or Wednesday, many returned For Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points on

intermediate landings on signal. This home with their steamers, sadly the St. JohnsRiver.The Pi
will make a new and attractive route for complaining of the loss of time and expense
the Florida tourist from Jacksonville to waiting around so long. The In- elegant Iron Side-wheel Steamers

,to Jlypoluxo. a distance of over 300 poctors, we glean, arrived Tuesday "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE,"
miles, covered by the East Const lines, night, and commenced examining the Capt. W. A. SHAW, IDOOH.S:: S.A.SEJ: :, LXNDS, B::LXCIK, 4

Indian River Steamboat company, Jupiter steamers that remained yesterday. JRKIJ'K: DE BABY," Lime & Cement, Shingles & Lath. .v. ,

A Lake Worth railway, and Lake -Sergeant Hersey's menagerie ia in Capt. T. W. LUND, Jr., Guns, Ammunition and Fishing Tackle of all kinds. Ship Chandlery Goods.Gauze" I
Worth steamere.TimesUnion, Are appointed to sail from Jacksonville, daily except Saturday at 3JO p. m., and from. Sanford Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasoline Stoves, Coffins and Caskets; !
creasing. Ho now has a bear wild cat dally except Sunday, at 8. a.m. ARTESIAN WELL PIPE a Specialty. Lawn Mowers, Ice
-The guests at the Wilkinson Cotta- and a fox in charge. The fox did duty, 80UTH OL'JiD. SCHEDULE. KORTHPOUND. Cream Freezers; Brick, Lime, Cement and
gel, Rockledge-the garden spot of Florida Christmas Day, and will, probably, give Head Down. Read Up. Chimney Pipe; Flags; & Bunting;
Leave 3.30 p. M............................Jacksonville! ... .......................Arrive 11.49 p. M. I Table and Pocket Cutlery; Mouldings, Scroll Work, etc. etc.
,
-since the season opened, are as the hounds another chase ere long. The i 8.00 p. M...................,............1-ulntka.. ...........................Leave 7.00 p. M. Catalogues, cards and size lists sent free
follows Mr. and Mrs E. A. Osborne last week Merrltt's 1.30 M Astor 200 P. M sample on application. Correspondence
1: cat was captured on : 2.45: A.A. N::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::8t: Francis::::::::::::::::::::::::::: U.4JI P. M' .solicited and estimates furnished promptly. 9
of Middletown, N. J; :Mr. and Mrs. Island, and la still very fierce.-Since the 6.00 A. N......Ikiroford. ... ......................... 11.4.1 A. M'
8.00 A. H. ... .......................lllue Springs.......................... 1IOOA. M'
Harbison, of Texas; Mrs. Meets, Mrs. W above was in type the fox has disappeared ArrlveSOO A. n.,..,..... .. .,.......... Sanford ........................... 8.00 A. M'
U. Sheldon, Misses Abbie and Ray Sheldon and up to the time of going to pressno 9.15 A. M..4.. .:..............Enterprise........................... 8.30. A. M'
and Master Willie Sheldon, of Hut.Luid tidings have been gleaned as to his General Passenger and Ticket Office, 88 W. Bay St., Jacksonville: J. S. Watson

. Vermont; Mr. and Mrs A. N. whereabouts. J.F.O.M.I'KLOT i ltoNMONG Freight EIt Agent.Jr.. Florida on wharf rammnjrpr foot llngau Agent Street 88 West.Jacksonville Hay St.,Jacksonville,.'Ia. Fla. i Co.

Clark, of Hartford Conn; Mr. and Mrs. John Fitzgerald into JOHN L. HOWARD,Florida Freight Agent,foot Laura Street Jacksonville.Fla.J. ,
-Captain came .A.LESLI K, Superintendent foot Laura Street Jacksonville 11*.
George Clark, two sons and daughters, the city this morning from the Suwan- TH ICO. of Coun Rev and Mrs. J. Collins Odgers M.lit MI ALL II. CL\UK.Aut.TralUo Manager 6 Bo ling Green New York.
; river and shaking hands Commission
nee country was
,of England; :Mr. Charles Clark, of Conn; with his numerous friends on Bay street WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Gen'l. Agents.,

Mr, J, Brent Dold, of Harrlsonburg says the Metropolis of Wednesday. Cap- U, South Wharves,rUlUdelphLa. 0 Bowling draw New York- AM

Ya.. Miss Minerva Markley, of Philadelphia tain John is in charge of the Suwannee

Pa. Mr and Mrs. Osborno have river steamboat Bell of' the Suwannee,
been stopping at the above place since plying between New Bradford and Cedar FORWARDING MERCHANTS.

Nov. 28th and intend going to BIscayne Key, and is here looking after a new boiler Dry Goods Carpets Matting Etc. l ,

Bay shortly to look after their manufacturing for her. Mr. II. B. Plant invited him ,

interests.Prof. to go to New London, Conn., and bring llolosalo cfe: n.c'taJ.1.: Dealers in Fertilizers

-: Jenks, of the Brown University the steamer Margaret to Florida to ply We claim to have the Largest Selection in the State. Our prices compare favor- ,

of Providence, It. L, was In town In the water there, but he said he preferred ably with the prices Xorth Special attention paid to orders and correspondence. P. I-IeiicIerisoii. Oo'. Oni-deii Seeds, 1

j yesterday, and took a drive with Mr. this portion of Tampa and will We keep from the Cheapest to the Dost Grade.
who takes for the present stick to the river celebra- &
Young pleasure In showing Orange Boxes (Crates[
I visitors around town and explaining his ted in verse and song. Describe your wants and the right good will come. paper.CEMENT .

I proposed Improvement in north TitusJvillo. -The -, C/& St. Augustine correspondent I: ::ohI: F-o-rcligrott' : ds Co.
PLASTER & HAIR.
AGENTS
FOR LIME
The Professor, in the afternoon, gets an item iu regard to J. OCALA

I was driven out in the country by Mr. M Lee, of Rockledge, badly mixed as J. 1.CKSONVILLE: : FLA. Agents for the C. F. T. REFRIGERATOR CARS.Will .

[Maurice Goldsmith and spent the eveing follows: "Mr. J., M. Leol'roprlo1orol OcIT-3mo
FuraUh can When Desired. and
that
with his old friend Captain J. B. the Indian River hotel, Tituville, spent I ED. and TRACED see to they Uwtiutlom.are property LOADED ICED lULL-

Smith, of New Bedford; who i. stopping Ut night at the Alcazar and left for his the nerves on the lips In the neighbor We will
-Mrs. J. of all kinds
S. Curtiss Chicago, arrived Buy of Fruits, Vegetables Furs
11 TitnsvlUe for the present. Messrs. hotel this morning. Mr. Lee is very In town last week, and started fur hood of the nose Sneesing may be stop- we will Buy and Sell anything offered to and Skins; in fat
Jenkf and Smith members of the of the and will be in us.
| were hopeful season lied by the same mechanism. Pressingin
the Narrows Friday Mrs. Carl C. Curtiss
; Correspondence solicited
.h CommUikm together some twenty readiness on January 10. The steamers accompanied her the neighborhood of the ear, right in on any wants you may have.

( ears ago, and were also companions Ine I. will begin regular trips on the Indian I' front of the ear, may stop coughing. It Respectfully. J, S. WATSON & CO"Advocate"

expedition under the charge of 17of.ami. i river from Daytona on January 1. The During the cold snaps from the ill so also of hiccoughing but much less ---_ r

The professor is one of the fac- popular hotel man referred to is proprietor north, we often hear a deal of coughing *o than for sneezing or coughing. Pressing .

|its of Brown university, and spends of the "Hotel Indian River" of Rock. and sneezing but Dr. Brown-Sequanl, : very hard on the top of the mouth Job Printing OfficeHAS

veral ;month every winter at Oakodgo ledge and W B. Peck i* the gentlemanwho In one of his lecture with reference to a : 1* also a means of stopping coughing ,

i opposite I+Micco, with Mr. Latham. runs the Indian River Hotel at check olllDee&ing. coughing, etc., says: I and many say the will has immence A

to leave for that point this morning. Tttusville,'! i Coughing can be stopped pressing on ,, power. COMPLETi.' DESIGXS.OUTFIT OF GIVE NEW US TYPE A TRIAL.OF TUB LATEST

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