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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 9, 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 )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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MASONIC ENTERTAINMENT some very difficult passages! : and her doing at short notice. Melbourne was other expedition and came within SIX -Mr. WlI1lun!: Treutlcr of Ran OalUo, Mrs. W C. ]Howes and MM:: Martha '

style was charming. Melbourne\ ought largely represented, and we appreciate miles of the IlIIl -IIH.kl'l-for pole. He has been spending a day or so In town r. ]Howes of Oak Hill, visited our town 4

SUPPER AND BALL to feel proud of such talented ladles. their pluck and energy in coming >30> experienced and the mystery some Is how bitter ho cold ever weather outlived, this week. Saturday.

0. Mr. W. J. Metcalf, another worthy miles to attend the Masonic entertain' his trip. For 1(1( days tho thermometerwas -The Sweeney averaged over $00.00 Money I Money I t Money t I 11 to) ..sloan

epiescntatiie from :Melbourne here ment. They had a good time and so minus from f>0 to (to degrees, and In 'ertilp for the last ten tripe made In on teal ('state.I'l'ly to Bobbins
did all and the ADVOCATP In ronoln- was not surprising! to Hud that when the Tltiwlllo *
topped forward and recited in a clear ; )eeemlH.r. HnllI\lIl. Fla.
rooll-call came, lu out of the :lwere:
Cocoa to the Fore Again.. A Delightful. audible tone, a "Masonic Ode." Mr. lion, may: say that the committee deserve found to have succumbed to the rigorsof -For rent, first-class furnished room -Ur. M. Souvlolle, of Jacksonville .
i Metoalf did well and the great praise for tho successful manner: in Artie winter.
not Ma- an
Affair That Was Thoroughly Enjoyed. only for lady or gentleman., Board; desired. pent Sunday In town. He came down
but the his which they conducted everything, and The General U handsome
man
Sons a
audience appreciated Apply to Mrs. E. II. Titus. 22* In the Interest of hU land at Shlloh.Mr. "
endeavor. returns thanks for courtesies received atthe probably about SO years of ago and owIng I
The above entertainment, announcedin f hall and elsewhere which duly to his being nearsighted/ wears -It is stated on authority that seven C. "'. Home, of Cincinnati, yes ,
our last issue to take place in Mr. Ed. 10. Miss Bergman, of Indianola, rlth- were spocticles. The rowboat being In readiness I- mndrrd million oranges are exported teltMII real estate man, who owns largo amount

Stiling's new brick building, at Cocoa, er solo; and :Mr.:\ E. A. Chatfleld of Rock- ppreciatvd. to take him on hoard the Sweeney, from Europe. tlr pioperty Mlcco, was In town Wedesd.ty. .. '
country
every jour
last Friday, came off with great eclat, and edge, vlolincello\ were the next called he gave Lieutenant Swift and our city : '
reporter a hearty "Old Lang Sin(\" grip; Advlrci from the pineapple section,
commltteee@11'II. C. J. Schoon- to take In STEAMBOAT COMPETITION-
the upon part the entertainment, and, with! a few pleasant adieu! started specially from Eden nnd A Ankona reportumcrotis -Mr. J. W. White, of Sharpen, who 1,.

maker, A. F. Lapham Wm. IIIndle, F. and they discoursed some sweet music on his journey taking with Stint the teal estate sales at satin: In charge of Mr. Hallentlno's grove, was .
C. Poppell and J. II. Robblnson-must which was loudly encored. hearty congratulations and l best wishesOf very
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nt Ur. Wiley's place nt Mtms Welne.day .
Chapter Three. The Legal Spar the ADVOCATE. We hope to meet factory pi'lees.Mr. ,
have worked hard to insure what the Wiimot
11. :Miss: of City Point followed purchasing trees.Minn t
this orange
famous and
explorer popular: Signal
J. H. Sams of Courtney who
!Uwent was-an undoubted success; and with which ring Drawing to a Close.A ,
a very good recitation Service official: again on Indian Hlver.!
1 Brock who arrived In
line been quite 111 for tho past the or six Jenny ,
those who failed to attend allowed to
was well received by the audience final decree In tile case of the Indian HIS TRIP TO YAW SAYItSAThe Jacksonville
tow from quite sick U
treats weeks was In town\ this, week, feeling ,
of the best of
glide by one very 12. The next on the list was Miss River Steamboat Companyersus tho weather was a perfect Florida much lntter.Postmaster. now rapidly Improving She Is stoppingwith
the season.A Cost Coast (day and he expressed himself delighted i
Florence Hardec one of Rockledge'scharndng Transportation Company was Capt. mid :Mrs.: Chas.. Ilrock. u
-. _T.Atinv__.__ eltoWD PRBSENr_. and popular tirllet/ who made by Judge: Itroome, at chambers at with the trip throuirh the Haulover canal Scrlmgeour asks us to F
young the Hlllslioiougli river and the -For Sale grand piano two
late that all holding keys of square, ,
hour in the the In- leLand last This lathe persons
At an early evening delighted those present by singing in an on Wednesday. beautiful where for a distance
scenery stalls ant order
boxes to hand them In this. cover; perfect ; very
voted guests and their frlendebcgantowend exquisite manner, a song which was case In which the temporary InJunctIon of ten miles, he had a view of tho Oceanon rue requested

.. their way to the hall in large numbers loudly and enthusiastically received. was Issued restraining the Sweeney one aide and tho thousand Islands on week the now !boxes having HI"rived.Mr. I'1I1'RIIlIlIlt.t Immediately. Address. O. ;

and by the, time one of onr literary from landing at the Railroad dock. The on the other and was particularly Winslow Ulsbee who has. beenon W. heliuylor Indianola. !. I.Mr .
13. Miss Minnie Harden sister of the charmed the immense
with the sight of
staff arrived there with a party of friends complaints sought to restrain the defendant numbers of plumed birds and thousands his place at lirantloy for a few weeks, and :Mrs.: Alexander Logan. of
and favorite her
above a general
from the residence of Professor and Mrs. among company permanently from landIng of duck, and thinks this a trip that everyone was called home rather suddenly owing lamllton, Ontario Canada, who have 1'

W. H. Peck, the large: and commodious Hernia, followed with piano-solo, at the Titusvillu\ dock and other who comes to Florida should take. to the death of a sister Ho left here on xien on a trip to Luke Worth returned I'
which did her credit. She has greatly The General made favorable Impression to the end of last work. On Mon-
a town
very train his to
building was nearly filled to overflowing docks which the complainant allege Tuesday morning's on way
improved since we last heard her play inTitusville with all whom he came In contact
and the best positions In the hall-ex- they own at various points on Indian with. Wo trust we will have the Ansonla, Conn. We sympathize with lay they started homewards, stoppingat
and she is
as a pianist beginning -
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cept a reserved space at the east end, to excellent qualities River. The decree ordered that the Injunction pleasure of visit from him again when :Mr:> lllsbee his sad bereavement. St. Augustine and other places on the ,)

near the piano-were taken possession of which possess many displayed this be dissolved and the case dls- .he can stay longer with us. -Mr. and Mrs. Chas. I). Cory and way noitli.We :f.
were fully on oc
by those who were anxious to "take In" nlssed. This was more than the attorneys family, of Boston Mass.. arrived In learn that the "Melbourne" Ho.
casion. Her playing was well received. for the new line had hoped. They and left for Canaveral

town
for- I Monday evening, tel under the management of Mrs. W.iVIUton .
the fun. However, our party were LOCAL NEWS. ,
had little doubt as to lhe temporary injunction Club, Tuesday morning, on board)
tunate in securing the services of one of 14 and 18 on the programme was filled being dissolved, but they were the sloop "Yankee boodle." Mr.:: Ueo.I. Is quite a popular place to stop' F

the Masons-Mr. Wm. Uindle-for our by Mrs. Lorlng who was the nightingale not confident that a final decree wouldbe Root! met them at Enterprise. Mr. at since the above 1 lady has taken It inland ..

guide, who kindly conducted us to the of the evening. She displayed marked reached In the case for several Society. mid Gnerl lonntp In eonnrrtlnn Cory, who Is an Inveterate sportsman fur nlll"thorn'r"lors" would cl..
In her of three months. with Indian lllvvr and Lake Worth "'0- will be able to enjoy himself immenselyon
above-named reserved seats-one of the ability rendering songs;( well to call there when visiting Mot
Several affidavits! were made in the at- lion during |>Mt wwk. Brief. mention ol the grounds belonging to Canaveral
most advantageous places In the hall-to allotted her. She was enthusiastically tempt to bolster up the Injunction. One Interesting Event*| About People Yon Club, for wo are told thoro Is plenty of journe. Mrs. Wilson has the best wishes tk

,enjoy applauded, and compelled to again appear of the documents contains a rather surprising Know, and People You Pon't. Know- there-not mentioning doer Imar of tho ADVOCATE In her now venture.In .

TUB EXTEBTAI3MEST. before the audience. Any further description of the first landing of Picked up by Our Horlittr Kdltor. game possum and other wild animals. Mrs. consequence of falling health, 1
the Sweeney at the railroad dock made Cory Is also said to be an extremely
ecomiums Mrs. Loiing's singing are
In this kind of orchestra-stalls we on by Mr. Loiimler an employee of thecomplainant shot. wish to greatly curtail my business and r
good
Advertisements under this h heading
managed, to while away about two hours, superfluous She did herself and every- company and as It* is a -Our Mr. R. C. Scrim to reduce my stock; offer It for cost.

listening to the various talent displayed one else justice. matter of public record we may give / are ten cents per line per week. postmaster his beautiful :My: grocery stock and furniture will be

by the representatives of Cocoa, Rock- 15. Professor W. H. Peck (so well our readers a portion of Its novel. con- -Get the ADVOCATE at 1>r. Screven's geour-Is as proud over the kept replenished-and sold at greatly reduced
tents In our next Issue. new outfit of lock-boxes etc., as
ledge, Merritt Melbourne Indianola known to Indian River society) was now The Railroad Commission having given Five Cents per copy.Mr. young gentleman who learns he Is a profits. My sales will be for cash

Brantley, City Point and other places on called upon to say something, and In a their decision, and the Circuit Court J. T, Lawton of DcLand was Father for the first time; Tho criticismsof only.-OKU: B. RvMrit, 222.Mr. .

Indian River.Although neat and humorous speech fairly con- having look acted if tho In the matter it begins the to In town Monday.,. our citizens as expressed on Wednesday -:: S. P, rilbbs Melbourne, paid
as monopoly was nearing
the entertainment was hurriedly vulsed the house with laughter. The end of their rope. The Supreme Court -Mr. E. II. Purdy has opened .A hole night, were of all shades-from tho us a visit Wednesday. He reports real

gotten up, It was a credit to both Professor's abilities are so widely known li still open, but If an appeal Is taken to at Seville. sulphurous order up to the adjective estate prospects, for this season, M unusually

promoters and performers. It may not that it is really needless for us to say; that tribunal and an injunction obtained ty'Your subscription to the ADVOCATE used by lovers. We have no doubt this good In the neighborhood of "'-

be out of place to give the programme in anything further than that he acquitted preventing the Sweeney from landing at will In Melbourne. He was In attendance tin: J
combination box
the railroad terminal, tho attorneys for : Is due on receipt of drat ci j>y order kind of : grow
and deserved the
the order In which it was presented to himself right nobly, the new lino will\ urge that the bond for ed. See rules on page 4. favor after more intimate acquaintance the School Hoard. .

the large and enthuslastle'audience, and long, loud and enthusiastic applause lie any damages that might be caused by -Dr. Stewart Caton of New York, In any case, they aro an ornament, to -Two heroes of the regular1 army In t(,'
we shall not have "coals of fire received. the interruption of their right, be fixed I the t'lllrl.llIndian. have 'It
we hope I was In town Tuesday. He registered at the town and a credit to our postmasterThe war just died J.
for a sum sufficient to fully compensatethem
16. This of the New Voik. One Brigadier-General
heaped upon our heads" for so doing. part programme wa was
for any losses; and as this bond the Grand View. E. C. Transportation Co. have
Isaac V. D. U.
Reeve retired H. A. and
of Indianola's and ,
Unfortunately we failed to obtain the filled by one fair I
will be for a very large sum, and as It J. W. of the contracted for the Construction of a largo the other Brigadier- General James JL
names of the songs or pieces recited. charming young ladles, who won golden will be forfeited in case the decision of -Capt. Denny president U. S. Volunteers. The
former
bulkhead to bo built at the present terminus Stokes .
East Coast Canal Co. learn Is In St. ,
Ifroome is affirmed the we ,
opinions from the audience by her delightful Judge by Supreme uatel
from West Point
The as near as we can remember grail ( Military
programme of the City Wharf. The cost of
Court It Is probable they will care- for the
rendering of a solo on the zither Augustine season. Academ/ lit 18'J5: and the latter ten yean
was as follows: fully consider the question before taking construction will be something over '200.
music Silas B. resident after. Capt. Stokes resigned from the
The was extremely sweet and she -Mr. Wright agent
1. "Welcome," the opening address, such,a step. It will be built mostly on the north side army In 111-4:1.: but entered the volunteer
deserved what she got-great applause! for Phoenix Insurance Co., Del.ind, was
by the Rev. R. N. Andrews was delivered Latent The case was appealed to the of. the wharf and partly ou their own service In the late war.

"n in. a manner worthy of the gentleman 17. Dr. W. L. Hughlett, although Supreme Court this inoruiug by com- in town 'Cuellday.Houllo land. The public will have tho free use Saturday's Jacksonville Rlandard

;;.1 who gave it, and was well received by nearly last, was not least on tho pro- pl.unant to rent, from three to ten of it, and tho shabbiest sailboat on the says: "Bartlno's circus, which has been

; gramme, for he made one of those neat rooms, furnished, on Indian River.-Apply out well the steamboats
qtr the audience. fast: Coast, as palatial exhibiting In this city for the past few

{ 2. Opening song "America," was and appropriate little speeches so pecu- GREELEY THE HEROIC ARTIC to A. Hlldreth Indianola, Merrill's of the Indian River Steamboat Co. day., on West Bay street,'collapsed ye"- .
; liarly his own; and the audience by Island, Fla. 21*,
: well rendered by those who took part, If they should condescend to do so- terd.ty. The proformer. were unable to h

among whom, as far we can remember by reiterated applause manifested their EXPLORER IN TITUSVILLE -The steamer Sweeney brought up; may use It as"a landing, and recelvo a receive their pay, and last night the
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were the Misses Ollie Lapham and Kate appreciation.The 425 taxes of oranges (Saturday collected cordial welcome at all time, without band attached to this show was playingup .

Eyer and Messrs. Verbeke, Hindle and programme was as nearly perfectas at points between Coquina and Tltusvllle. money and without price. up and down the streets and! soliciting -

others. possible and did not fail to please An "Adtocntc" Reporter IIiul a -Mr. D. B. Harmon, of Palmyra, N. funds to enable them to get out uftown.

3. Recitation by Miss Markley of and interest everyone-even :Mrs.: Mil Pleasant Chat With Him. Messrs. W. Wilson J. T Hogg and Y., arrived hero Tuesday. He Is a ."-Up to the hour of going to press

Rockledge was listened to-with marked ing's little child began to enjoy the fun J. L. HarrU n came up on the schooner brotlier-lu-law of the late Professor Lent this circuit had not arrived In TitusvilV
chief of the
General A. W.
attention and she proved herself no novice and Indulge In a little Innocent prattle Greeley Queen, from Eau Gallle Wednesday who died at Cocoa some months back It was to appear here today.Mrs. ,
arrived
United Service at
in reciting. peculiar to babies. After the entertain- States Signal Mr. Harrison proved up on his homestead and hall come to Indian River to take John Asplnwall U now erecting
the Indian River Hotel Monday evening.
ment came to an end yesterday. the deceased's. remains back with him house 0
a very pretty two-story on *,
The "Cousin Jedediab; the station
4. operetta, He came to Inspect signal
TilE 8UPPEH -Mr. W. B. Peck, who had a large The Professor was well known, and esteemed north side of the Eau Gallle river. It is
by the Rev, R. X. Andrews and family, here. His stay however, ,,'uahort, and
Was announced and responded to in a omnibus shipped to Tltusville last week In Eau Oallle and Cocoa where to be rented furnished. The house.
was amusing, and caused repeated he boarded the steamer Sweeney Tues
very spirit worthy of the cause. The rush to now has It In running order having received he stayed while on the river. Ife*was a comfortably and nicely equipped with
side-splitting laughter. The his to
outbursts for New
day Smyrna on
table and terrible way two fine horses from his place at and far for
the first was great a consumptive too gone our the exception of household linen and
manner In which the rev. gentleman sang, Washington, D. C.
onslaught was made on the excellentand South Egremont Mass., this week. genial climate to be of any great benefit silver. The house Is to be ready for 00cupaney
his most laughable. While with R. P.
part was conversing Capt.
abundant supply of oysters and -We understand that Mr P.S. Johnston to him. Mr. Harmon left; for Cocoa about January 15th. In addition .

5. Mrs. Hammond next followed witha other good things provided. It was as- Paddison and Lieutenant Swift, on the the traveling auditor of the J., T. A Wednesday, and Informed us how much there is a nice piece of groun4,

humorous recitation entitled, "The tonishing with what rapidity the delicacies City Wharf our reporter Introduced K. W. R'y, Is recovering from the effects Mrs. Lent appreciated the great kindness where vegetables and fruit can be raisedat

.liners," and the style in which it was began to disappear, while some of to him, and found him a gentleman In of the narrow escape he had a short time shown by the people of Indian Rlv option of occupant; also a pump and

given fairly captured the audience and the unfortunate onlookers began to feel the true sense of the word and he was back. We are pleased to learn such I JI er to her Ute husband during his Illness a splendid flow of good water from.

"brought down the house." (We were anxious as to whether there would be most pleasant and affable. This was the case. It I Is everlastingly Impressed upon he artesian well. Situation cannot be .wpassed. -

in danger of having our seat brought enough for the second table. However his first visit to Florida In seventeen -Mrs. II. Q. Hawley and little daughter .-Apply, for terms, direct to Mr*. '

down as well, being in such close prox there was enough for all and plenty to years, and he noted great improvements Jenny arrived town from Atlanta, mind.The report of the purser 'of the John Asplnwall Eau Gallle India*

imity.) The applause she received was spare, and as soon as the cravings of thinner since that time. This was his first visit Georgia, Tuesday evening, and their steamer tweeneyfor the month of December Hirer, Fla. 20 e tt;

most vociferous and we might add thatIt man were appeased, the crowd began to the Indian River country but he In- many friends were /glad to welcome them shows that the growers are f u -Many of our readers win remember

was well merited. to turn their attention to formed us that he was favorably Impressed back again. Mrs. Hawley I oo a visit to filling their promises of liberal support, Lieutenant and lira. Henn, who WeN

6. This was a comet-solo and pianoforte THE BALL. future with period.It, and hoped Were to it not come for again receiving ata her parents-Mr. and Mrs. Hutchlnson. and pre ent. a very satisfactory show cruising on Indian River some time back. '.

accompaniment, by -Mr. and Mrs. Dancing commenced about 11 o'clock, him to Washington -A great many northerners complain Ing. 3,200! boxes of oranges were ship The Lieutenant is a most enthtuLutU
dispatch calling -
a
:E. A. Chatfield, two very accomplish and Indian River's fair maidens and gallant he would have taken a trip downas sadly of the slight cold weather we get, ped via the new line; !M5 ton of miscellaneous yachtsman and owner of the yacht Oaf- ;

musicians from Rockledge, whose talent youth* from far and neartrippedthe far as Lake Worth. He i* a very Interesting In Florida while up North the weather freight were handled, and the etea; and has again come over from Knjf-!:

was much appreciated by the audience. light fantastic unceasingly until and touched Is terribly coliL Even on Saturday ku passenger lid was over 300. The aggre- Urn to arrange for another International
talker
i, Mrs Lockwood of )Melbourne followed about three o'clock a. m. to the Inspiring topics-useful as well as of interest.We upon many. a man named Otcs Wall, a prominent gate earnings for the month were very yacht ",,'e. We glory la hU plirok.

with a recitation. It was so exceedingly music sent forth by the orchestra of I to meet the General citizen", f Wyoming county I'enn., was near 11,400 certainly a most encouragIng Lieutenant and Mrs. luau are expected

good that she received enthuslaatie Prof. Kroeger. The ladies-.ome of were world-renowned pleased Artie Proven to death while returning to his total for th. second month of the on Indian River this season. 'The Jacksonville
the
who is explorer
load home. existence of the new line. It I U eonft-I In :She
applause which was long, whom wore beautiful cOlltumwerepJ'Cllent who went through such terrible privations Metropolis, correcting
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and decidedly genuine; and she was in large numbers; but space forbids In his endeavor to discover the I The property known as the Traffvrt 1! dently believed that the business I Washington for calling him "Ll_-
of on Main street, out near the present month will be much greater than drift Into thornselvee
tfgain called forward to repeat part onr mentioning their names and North Pole. Who not be residence, tenant Glenn an error -
it, which she did in good style. how they were attired.It would proudof lee factory, we are informed has bee that of the past. Very little fruit has' by terming him a "Captain**
such men as Greeley and Stanley? this section to whereas he U only a Lieutenant In ,UtliritUb
from Robbins A Graham by been shipped from up
I have been of purchased
Melbourne voted by all to one
8. Mrs. Chas. H. Stewart of was
I It was in 1881 that General Greeley, Paine of St. Lucie. Is It possible date but It will move freely from thl. Navy. "People wlMJ'lhelllglaM
entertainments James
next a pianoforte-solo and the most delightful ever houses should not th/ow stonee, 4r 1
gave ; .
and with party of 2-5 men, went upon his that the genial hotel keeper of st. Lucie time forth; while vegetable shipments r.. !
I as a pianist she appeared to poetess given on Indian River, we regretted polar discovery, and out of these only swell the total -
life and will soon begin to help
1 many excellent qualities which she fully to see so few Titusville people prawn six remained alive to tell the tale. This Is about to enter upon city re
bachelorhood? success of the new line. jr"; lMcJ C4IItllttud en Page a
; displayed on this occasion. She attacked to witness what Cocoa If capable 01 expedition went farther North than any Bounce

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Tho:' East t DORst AdVOC [B FARMERS', ALLIANCE I'4- NOTE movement yet," continued Dr. Jlctatllo."Ik ..;.: ...,; WASHINGTON NEWS

., to too early, apd inch a movement TELEGRAPH :
I premature. First, we want relief fr m !: .
NEWS OF THE ORDER AND ,ITS the burdens' that depress Agriculture
SECOND SESSION OF
and make slave out of the men wlo THE
TITUSVILLK : FLORIDA.ffhere MEMBERS.
WHAT 18 GOING
\ which FIFTY-FIRST CONGRESS.
produce that ibm people con-
ume. We want to elevate agricultureand BUSY --
. in operation in the South WHAT U BKINO DONK Bf 'THE TAKIOf I l '
,were which will
SUCTIONS FOR THB ADVAKCKMKHT OFTHB secure legislation TUB LAW-MAKER UNCLE BAlft: DOMAIN
: ..1889-00.* many u 1,621,335Ipin. GREAT OJtGUIZATtON.-acnOE throw protection around this most important A SUMMARY or AGAIN AT WOHK:-HOUTINB OF TilE

,41o*. TKOM Tug REFORM VRBSS.The of all ioduitrics in this country." DKNSED FROX the H008B AND SENATE: EACH DAY'S PROCEEDINGS -
Dr. McLiillcn said he found the coloredmen FROM UNCLE SAM'S TERSELY TOLD
The cost of maintaining the police departments --
of the south aroused the question THE CABLE BRINGS. --
all over the United States ia Stato Alliance of Pcnnsylvon'n. agitated by the,Alliance. nnd that thoin- and Eighteen senators, with the vicc-presi-l
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:about fifteen million dollar a year. was recently organized at Hnrrisburg. If ands of them would hereafter voto witb denr, assembled at noon Friday in the
is expected that a rapid growth of the Our thousand girls\ -
the whites on the great issues advocated senate chamber. The chaplain prayed
railroads to order will begin at once, and the Bt-Ut. National Alliance.. "Sectionalismis at Clark's thread mills -
One of the longest electric by : and then, on motion of Mr. Hoar, the
soon rank: among the foremost in the dead '* ho .continued. "The J., Monday morning, .
in session
senate being
process ot construction i i. that between order. negroes spoolers and finishers. adjourned, only

Bottle and Tacoma in Washington. IIfa have organ'ted and thewill no longerbe day, ten minutes. The pro ramme previously
,
% "The Atlantic Const the been
had carried out and the
the willing tools of the bloody shirt arranged ,
forty-two miles long. Minnesota has an Alliance called the hepublicsni and bagger of the chased property at the Zou senate, which had refused to take the
McKinley Bill Killers' carpet stre t and Pennsylvania
Alliance. all
May usual without
louth." Never was the Al'ianrcto holiday recess, adjourned
AccordiDg to the Chicago Herald the the kindly 'fates and all the good men firmly united in Kansaft M'at I in.ton. .gd will erect transat ting any business.
and women in Minnesota assist that Alii. general o1ces.The of
No busfneia. whatever WM hue in
aext House of Representatives will have the present time. The lenders I ,
ance to kill the famous bill
dead thnt
so value of Imports ng the house Friday.Contrary .
who attended the Ocala convention I ;
the largest party majority in the history it can never have, a resurrection in this are States for November I to theie
looking after the senatorial contt'ft,which expectations was a'
T .f the American Congresi. Farmer.world or in any other.-Progreaiti will cccur on the 27th day of January. against $58,994,784 quorum present Monday, and the senate

Every effort possible will be made by the during the same month resumed business.. The session was highly

During the last fifteen years the pa- There is no ground It .for the claim that republicans to re-elect Installs, and this against $93.718,826 in 1 interesting. In the first flare' a discus.'
Alliance Fact alone has put the leaders of the Alii- The Bijou theatre siGn arose over the swearing in of )fr..
.
tolled force of the European principles not de
military leading are clearly I
fined The lace on guard and every movement will\ on/ of the most Shoup, one of the new Idaho senators.
nations has doubled. There are English language could not I' be watched from this dstintiL the bal houses in the entire west and Mr. Shoup:! was, however, s"orn in. Then

sow 11,000,000 men .in Europe; ready to greater more plainly length.express And their Alliance meaning membersare at no lot 1* had. The situation is slniply this: morning, involving a there was a continued discussion on the
Toe Alliance has ninety members, or 000 to $40,000. action of the Idaho legislature In electing:
be called ito th, fliH everywboro united these principles. -
.: .- .. They will ,,'In. upon tevtn more than enough' to elect. There The large dry goods fur- three senators at one time. A few minutcs ->
is no possible way for Ingalls to be reflected Eiscman & Co., at Cou later Senator Aldrich off red his ell>"-

Alias Ilallie Horwitz, of New York, a.' without the Alliance vote.. closed their doors ture rule resolution and asked that it bo

Some of our friends of the press were Assets are reported at $ printed and laid ovi r. lie did not trek
jrho is heiress to half a million dollars, li ;
ice
4 very much afraid the National.Alliance, ties, $200,000. 'Th the senate's action on it, but only wantedit
unusually handsome and very clorcr.. Atan lately in session' at Ocala, Fla., would go: THIRD PARTY TALK. embarrassed and expects printed, and said he would give the

early age she Is said to have won a $5(3( Into polities. Bo quint, brethren. '1 hc Mr. McOrath, president of tho Kansas ness in a few days. democrats twenty-four hours' notice before -

", paz offurcd the Philadelphia Preu word politics baa a wider and better meaning Allianre, in an interview Thursday said, Tho railing up the resolution, and that:
by freight depot
than partisanism; and Alliance men the legislative committee of the Nation II for ended it. The f rce bill WAS next taken.

,for the best story written by a school mean to use it in its widest and best tense Alliance 'will meet in Washington sometime }Saturdu Miami railroad ntorhfThn._ at up, and Mr. Hoar announced that the

girl. In the future.-Progreuite Farmer. in February. "Thirtv-fivo states." Hiildiog; !; debate would continue. vieldincr the -floor
._ he said "will bo- the mec't.ing wns fifteen -
m represented at a to Senator Hiscock, oNo-v York. At
600! feet about 125
by
.**A strange story is told o( a marooned and the third arty movement will ) the conclusion of Hiscock's speech Mr.
of the fire i
A dispatch of Saturday from Topck.i, be of tho be acted ime :
one principal things to
Hoar occupied the time of the senate for
Dutchman. The crow that put him on Kan., says: Jerry Simpson: Farmers' Alii, upon. This movement said Mr. MrGrath, I three carloads of : ," the remainder of the evening, and an-,

ahoro at the same time buried an officer. ince congre,uman-elett, from the seventh "will eventually embrace all labor organizations I The official consul of nounced that he would consume about an .

As soon as they had gone tho man dug Kansas district, is becoming dangerous ia the United Stnty In ftct, Was recently compj'tei f. l hour Tuesday. l'OTEe.
as a candidate in the race for the scat all of them aro committed to it population' 1,574, _
tumbled the now, except er
the coffin out
op corpse made vacant by tho expiration of In gall'3 the 'gVange,' and mo t of the Cgron.gers' crease of 259,000 in five I
launched the coffin as a boat, and, using term. The farmers of tho seventh district are member of tho Farmers' Alli containing tho next :!\ .
tho ecmumsion the
The members of
the lid ... overtook the havo espoused his cause, and now I when with ( on
cannot the
.a paddle, ship, ance. say party will Hamburg, a tbc
location of a yard the Gulf coast
navy on
,
the third and district
tixt1) farmers L-vo
be but it will be done the This is increase of
organized at an
which was becalmed. He was pardoned.The caught the I : the will leave Washington shortly for New
contagion. "
time. I
proper A meeting in Orleans.

of foi The declaration of. .principles) A LATER REPORT. mas day, in the interest : Superintendent Port-r Issued a' bulletin .(
possibilities electricity adopted A Topeka dispatch says: The follow and exiled Hebrews, and
naval use 'have aroused tho interest ol at the national meeting will challenge ing interview with President McGrn'h, and a committee, M. Saturday, showing tho number of
the admiration of candid thinkingman teachers and 'pupils in publlo schools in
every published Monday would indicate that
Gibbon composed of- to
the French Government. A series ol
throughout tho entire nation. Its! the Alliance has, for the present, decidedto nominations, was city many cities of the United States.

lectures, lasting four months, is to be demands are simple, plain, practical, and drop tho third party movement. He movements in behalf of A vigorous effort will be made AS sours

given for tho purpose of instructing entirely within tho provisions of the Con says: "The agitation in tho South over A Chicago dispatch laid as possible to get 1dAY fixed' for
stitution. There is nothing revolution the Lodge bill precludes tho tho consideration of tho land.
possibilityof
naval officers in the theory aud applications It was thought that tho I swamp
ary in their character, and they could be any indepent movement at this time. bill. The bill has very strong support on
A. Kean's bank ,
assets
of Tho various
electricity. systems easily and cheaply administered. The While in Ocala I investigated the conditions \ both sides of I iho house.
but ,
of electric lighting will receive et* convention acted wisely, 'honestly and as thoroughly as my limited stay positprs tue sum has to been be The probability that, soon after the"
attention and will be with moderation. Those demands arc would permit and I came to.tho conclusion .
pedal carefully I upward of $100,000. holiday recess! the committee on rules
limited almost to the three
entirely
studied by four working electricians great that more time was needed. It.will if from 5 to 10 per wi.l report tho Duckery resolution to Investigate -'
land
questions, transportation and cur come about in time, but tho'tima is not I the that certain
creditors will receive charges
of mem--
from each naval port. rency. Upon these it sneaks with no I '
thisycnr. A delegation of Kansas editors
; ben of inteicsted in
,
were a
ures, $270,000.A congress
_. uncertain sound. National Eeonomitt
1 I which has returned from a tour terrible silver mne! and made 'quite a pile of
The Ban Francisco Chronitle that"when through the South hiving made a '
says at money by the use of their advance
Stanley first told the horrible At tho National Alliance and Industrial thorough Investigation the farmers' day by a morning woman and throe knowledge, gained as members of con-

story of'Jameson buying a slave\ girl Union a commission was created to bo move there, found that a large'majority lives. 1 he mother arose gress. Sensational development arc
known as the cotton commission, whoso of southern farmers believe in workingfor o:. expected. _
start fire in the
nnd turning her over to cannibals in or. thoir rerorms within tho Democratic a
duty it is to visit the various cotton ccn- awakened her husband. I -
der that he might have a subject for tore in America and Europe for the pur. party. In Louisiana, for cxamp'c, the an alarm of fire, she rush evat"y"'ill A LOST STEAMER-

\ ketches,the civilized world refused to x>so of adjustment of tare, the uniformityof editors found few advocates of tho third chilare-t, and perished >-
.
'* bales, the covering for cotton to bring party' move. Tho president of the Alliance II .
,
[ believe tho tale. Now, however evl-< Her husband anti one THE THANEHORR WITH FIFTY ? OttE: O*
the. producer and consumer closer togeth. in that State, Thomas B. .tAms; .
deuce has come in from many quarters er, and consider any and all questions secretary of the State board of agriculture A cablegram of BOARD PROBABLY 8VBK.'

fo confirm this story of a white mani' connected with cotton, with a view of I in a conversation with a correspondent Scotland, says:'
advancing the interests of the farmers. who accompanied the Kansas delegation that numbers of men A Baltimore dispatch of Friday says
degeneracy, and there seems no escape Communications may bo addressed to said: "The political condition in countries are offering : Patterson, Ramsey & Co., agents of the

from tho conclusion that one ,of the cither of tho following commissioners: this State precluded the possibility of an Scotch railways. The Y., Johnson line at this port have given up

most refined men in the Ernin relief F. A. Clayton, 218 Gravier Street, New independent move at this time. With us they feel confident that for lost the steamship' Tbanemore, which

to bO level of the 'slave- Orleans: La. ; W. A. Broughton, Madison, it is a battle for white supremacy, and Vacancies created by tho The left Baltimore, Nov. 20'h. for London.
"partyok' '-. .. Ga. ; G F. 0 ait her, Birmingham, Ala. any mov<'ment which will divide the gone out, and express She passed out of the c ne* November27th

.1",[touting .. ...... -.... *** white pcop o politically will not find fa the strike will soon twelve hours ahead of the
-, I vor." The editori found that Mr., Adams The Sunbora County of Atlantic transport liner Maryland upon
A BED-HOT RESOLUTION.
the sentiment generally socket S. D. which Captain Alex LncKhnrst and three
exprssed pretty run by
The United
4 States Minister Resident, The grand council of tho National held by southerners, and for this reason closed its doors Friday men lost their lives the vessel being?

'''WritIDg lr ll1 Copenhagen to the Secre. farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union. they also concluded that it would be impossible county treasurer had forced be put into Philadelphia to make-

:,..,.", of Agriculture, states that Danish passed the following resolution which all to do anything with the new couUy'a money in the repairs. The Thanemore had a cargo
.
.... ., read and the
-- Lllianccmcn should carry out: movement at this time.TRADE ber of merchants are aboard valued at $173.225. and 480 head!
porlc U preferred in other countries ovef I "Whcr s rainy of tho leading journals was city treasurer, and not of cattle. The firms shipping the cattle

that raised in the United States, because I of the land are publishing the mo-t false $300 of the city's funds. were insured against toUl loss. Thirty-

Danish twine are slaughtered earlier than end malicious charges, an.1ln their editorials TOPICS. run on the bank, and the < Tour men comprised the officers and crew,'
Alliancemcn and Alii- in and there also twelve cattlemen
attacking for tho suspension were were onboard.
eurs, bogs usually being fattened and nee measures; therefore be it resolved DUN CO., REPORT IMPROVEMENT IN slow collections.A and .

killed at n year old. In most European by this grand council, that all papers THE SOUTH. of the .

countries a bog weighing 200 pounds is guilty; of such publication be denounced meeting
"'"" R. G. Dun & Co.'s weekly review of jobbers of the A BANK ROBBED.
u our most dangerous enemies, and Unworthy
to those of
preferred greater weight. will' be held in
Business has
of the support of A11lancemen.I trade say: progressed: as
There U also a general belief, adds the I "And also that reporters furnishing well as could be expected in a week near future At the : the BUT THE PERPETRATORS PUB8CED

New York W,rlJ, that American pork itTOO such matter to said papers be likewise broken by a Christmas holiday and 'a meeting, it was AND CAPTURED.
The trade prices 30 cent, but
snow storm. holiday per
great
fat and that it would bo desirable condemned. Three entered the South
more
was remarkably heavy at New York and men have made a stand men Chicago
.. .. '
for table use if it were otherwise. at nearly all other points good, which ilt advance, the avowed National bank. at Chicago. about one
1,.. Mr. Humphrey, of Texas, president of by t no means evidence that the tightnessof fraternal combine is to I I o'clock Monday afternoon. Two of them,
the colored alliance in reply to a the cashier's while
.1 question the market springs from any pi ices at the highest fi engaged attention,
Although the President of the United as to Its membership, said: "\Vo money embarrassment of business or in- at the same time keep it the third slipped through the door and

States by the Constitution made Com- have now 1,200,000, of whom 100,000are duatry.general Foreign trade is very heavy, In hut cut nil importations. coming up behind the cashier dealt hima
adult males. Our statistics show that blow which
knocked senseless.
him
manl er.In-Ohief of the Army and Navy, spite of the causes which were expectedto A Philadelphia the
seven-tenths of the negroes; of the Southare Then the three quickly rifled the bank
his control insure a material decrease The uncertaInty that George F.
lays
over both branches not at all engaged in agriculture.Vo are and dashed in their buggy. Aftera
away
in regard to monetary legislation in bond and
giving
uniform, u the Washington Star point organized in thirty State The bulk of and its possible effect Is still a great ob- From jail. Mr.,Work is chase of seven miles, the r_lice captured '
our membership is in tho South Atlanticand two of the robbers at Fit ieth strectc
out. With the
consent of the Senate he tacle, but even this has n less Disturbing Macon. Ga.. street
distributed follows ;
Gulf at
States : and recovered all the moneY-I'Soot
might take a fresh graduate from West 100,000 in Alabama, 84,000 in Georgia, influence than it hud a week indicate or so ago. tho controller and Several shots were exchanged between,
the south
Point, or even a private from the ranks, 90,000 in South Caroline' 90,000 in Mississippi Reports from Atlanta some con's water, gas and : the po ice and tho fleeing robbers, and lone
Trade at
and make him General of the Army. But 90,000 in Texas 20,000 in Ar. improvement is improve )lr, Work was put in jail the of the latter! was seriously wounded
and cotton moving more satisfactorily,
Congreg; which makes the kansas 60,000 in Louisiana, 50,000 in and Galveston exceed last as was reported, a in the thigh. The third robbt r is still at:
regulations at receipts
Virginia\ 2.5bOO> in Kentucky, OH, 000 in charged with tons vac. .
jpiBal'g! ?ur 1 111\d..u1.:5! fores*, bat Tennessee, 05QQO in North Carolina, anti rear'*. New Orleans reports a fair trud. Dank rf America and the fall ,
larger; receipt of cottod, the cr"p. being Insurance
pattered.
rest company.
(the ,
no conferred"aiyVuca arbitrary pow there estimated at 7,700,000 bales, RUSSIAN HATRED.. '

',upon the Executive In relation 'to theN .*. and good rece.Jlts of sugar and molasses The Masonic Temple I --
I was ruined Christmas A SEW LAW PROMULGATED AaAUWTfTBK*
of tuft Ninth *- pith Throughout the
vy.' Consequently promotion in the The Alliance Congretohal steady prices. is reduced to
building JEWS.
DIIUictf Texas, in a recent convention south the fictitious price maintained last .
latter tervlco run almost invaribly by fol most, with all records of
the
-- Unanimously adopted[ row summer have caused some embarrassment
j Majority, In lime\ of war, however, the tag demands; be.ng: followed by an inevitable decline, since its organization, St. Petersburg, Russia, dispatches' say
the bat the law
tury ago, [ new against the Jews .will
I tho magnitude of the become
U
'Resident may virtually promote .or dis 1. We demand of R. Q. Mill, but known. But more than 3,000,000 crop bale. records of individual be promulgated with the opening of the .

lots* any officer, at will. Congressman, and also of Senator Reagan bare already passed out of the hand of nean to the value of new year. It forbids the ..lling, leasing -

'- -- and Coke to urge the passage aid producer, mainly at fair prices. It Is and IOOOOO-aod relics : : DI or mortgaging to a Jew in any *tat. '

Professor Crull, of Concord College, vote for the demand of the Texas Stale etpecia'Iy encouraging that thus far there replaced. Insurance ( : within the empire; all privileges hereto
at Us last session. fore grant,d to certain Jewish merchantsas .
aggregated on
tfrrt Haute Ind. is cousin of Dr. Alliance adopted baa been 10 little embarrassment and to $95,240
I a 9. We demand that they urge tile J pis- few failure among important manufacturing fitting, $9,000.: & to ownership of real estate are can
Koch, Some yean ago Professor CruU sage of and vote for the sub-treasury bill work recently established in thi A London cablegram of celled: Jewish artisans who -have been

Visited his now distinguished relative in u introduced into the house at Its last section.It Further advice Irom permitted to reside o.itside the Hsbrewr

['kUu..and aapplies this description oi tession. i* by all classes believed that the burning of the steamship pale will have io rttotoa. The misery-
demand of national Congreu consequent upon thai-new. decree e ni
8. We ( our monetary pressure will cease after January Woohoo, in the province the
him
: "Ia personal Dr. Koch be estimated.
appearance to amend our Constitution, that our tit, at le.st for a time, and if *w> di*> show that tbe disaster is bardly Cariatisna-aIdi ig'
i iaof medium size, but with a very broad President and Senator may be elected by turbiog legislation com**. trade may be ous than at first Jews to evaJe regulations are to be pun-

j chest with blue eyes, rather prominent direct vote of the people. expected to revive with vigor. It u a advices received stated 1 khed.

loose, on which a pair of spectacles ... good symptom that instead of increasing consisted of about sixty ..
I TALK WITH DKLEOATES. toward the end of the year, failures with several European THE COTTON MOVEMENT.
constantly' rest, and: has a full beard of A dispatch of Thursday, from Topeka, have become teas important and lea fre supposed to have met I I -

aburn nue. A very high forehead Is cay: The Kinaa delegation to the quent. flames or subsequently by THE NEW ORLEAXI. COTTON RECHANGEFIGURES

I surmounted with hair of a similar lustre National Farmers Alliance convention, Fnilvre for the week number 803. Foi now seems that the ?o* LAST QUARTER.

I and he talks slowly, with a noticeable at Ocala ):'111.. has returned. They all the corresponding week of last year the will amount to over 200, the .
speak ia the warmest terms of the hospitality figures were 863. lives by drowning. last The following is the New Orleans crop
|lisp. There are three brothers and one of the Southern people and are IOn statement frotat.eptember let to December -

luster o( Dr. Koch at present residing encouraged to tenew their organization TEXAS TIN. At BroderickV Patch u. 26th include: Po received",2:1,-

Sin! TBt Loais, and another brother in and work In Kansas. "The call issued settlement, tit infli s oi 428, against 4,070,053 last year over
Iowa. He by John H. Rice for a national confer REPORTED PIxCOYiTRY 'OP ''LABOB DKrOblTO Pa., on Monday, John I : hit land to mills and Canada 609,',,::1.
married Emma Frenz, the ence to organize a third party wa unauthorized ON COLORADO RIVER nan, entered tie salooa he against 531,430} interior stocks la exert

{daughter of a clergyman, and has one by the meeting at Ocala. and Icy, and in presence of for of September 1st, 248 801, against 425-

I cliIdwhoIsweddedto oo, of his asItlstaat the Alliance North and South wilt pj A San Antonio dISpatch of Monday, year-old daughter, Ismle 347; southern mill takings 237.233,
no attention to it." These were the word sy: '.I in has bevn discovered within one ing an infant, shut Mrs. at against 89,400; amount of crop brought
physicians' Professor Crull say of D' L McUUin. editor of TA AUiMM hundred mile from here, A prominent wprking at a wnbtob.in iota sight daring liT days 5,608,654.
I that when ho wa* a guest at the Koch Adtoeatt, official organ of the Kanla civil engineer ha just arrived with the barroom and then ... against 3,253,329; northern spinners

lhausehold the Doctor's brother had no Alliance on his return from the con peclmtna of it. He cay that it ha been bid just come down ab by Ukiag and Canada overland 1,151,264

Jth in hi* aklll and one of them isked vention. lie spot; with earntaeaa and found on the Colorado river, in LUno tuitied and shot a van cir against 1..0 19,203: increase of acock at
u one having authority to speak for the county, south of the Blellinger iron hilL! Hoflok, Hungarian. port and twenty-nio* leading interior
l that h* "" ald not tnut cat Ui organisation ha represented "We The specImens brought here arecasMitUe. l ioatantly klUcJ. No kouihem market* duriog-tho week, 133$83 ,-

care." art not ready to con*'der a third part ttUty deposit are already located. fa* the tracwiT Tirtllo i I agalnat.135 47.
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f KEY{ DR. TALMAGE. alchemy was the mother of chemistry, and and an the church.*; and set the *pftt*. OODCHUCKINO.
because children are brighter than the and all the nation from cellar of rtiOaetiteJcars I have chased fugacious woodchucks ore isle E biFj .

mother you do not despise the mother.It )clear up to the silvery rafter of the many leagues land, +
was the lifelong business of these astrologers starlit dome Frankincens That 6 what!
But vanished in
at always
1&41'''
4 BROOKLYN a
THE- DIVINE'S SCX. to study the stars. Twenty-two hundred we shake out from oar hearts today, so that
DAY' SkRStON.Baldeett : and fifty yean before Christ was barn the nostrils of Christ once crimsoned with round hole In the land;

the wise men knew the precession of the the hemorrhage of the C1'OIIIh"n be flooded And though I've been woodrhucking many fi'i
equinoxes!, and they bad calculated the orbit with the perfume of a world' adoration. times- my itoul-
of and the return of the'comets Professor Frankincense. upon
"The Birth Obrlet" Frankincense lu song and
Smith declares that he'thnks they understood sermon and offertory and handshaking and I have never bagged ntr woodchnck for he

the distance of the sun from the earth. decoration always found his hole. RACINEWIS.
errs
TEXT "Let u. now go unto BttMe- We find in the book of Job that the men of Praise Him mountains and hills valleys ,
Am.-Loke 11., 15. olden time did not suppose the world was flat and seas, and skies and earth and heaven But 'tis fun to go woodchncklnff when a s

Amid a thousand mercies we give( each as some have said, but that he knew, and cyclone with your trumpets, northern light fellow i I. a boy, WOKBOARDMi
other holiday congratulation/ Bv long tbe men of his time knew, the world was with your flaming. ensign, morning with When all muscular exertion is exhilaratingJoy
established custom we exhort each other to globular. The pyramids were built for astrological your castles ot cloud, and evening with your
healthful merriment By gift by Christmas and astronomical study. Then billowing clouds of sunset Do you know ,
tree which blossom and fruit in one night the alchemists spent their live in the study how they use\ to hold the censor In the Though you can't got! near the woodchuck f,.

by early morning surprise, by clusters of; of metals and gases and liquids and solid, olden time, and what it was made off Here o's to touch him with a pain.,
lighted candles by children's procession by and in filling the world's library with their is a metal lan And the handle by whichit And the evanescent rascal always slides Into
sound of instruments sometimes more blatant wonderful discoveries. They were vastly was he! In the inside of this metal

than musical, we wake up the night and pro wise msn who came from the East, and tradition pn were put living: coal, on the top of his hole. Q of

long the day. 1 wish you aU, in the/grandest, says the three wisest came-Casper life a them a perforated cover. In a square How I chased the panting fugitive and raised i.OGLUMHERYARD
man Balthazar: a man of mid box the frankincense
noblest anrt best sense, a merry Christmas. young ; was brought to the
The event commemorate is the gladdest of And Melchior an octogenarian The three temples, This frankincenss was taken out the battlo cry

the centuries. Christ's cradle was as won .L wisest__!__men__oft all the century. They came to and sprinkled over the living coal, and! With a vision right before me ot a chunk of & GlT/TRUCRS *"
derful as His Persuade Mia manger! : than the perforated cover _,, andwest
cross. me of the first ----- ---- woodchuck pie; / WAGOpSjftLL STYLES:
and I am not surprised at the last. The door Soft has always been-the wisest men they were all ready for wopt'ship, then 7\5r7///VO 4
by which He entered was as tremendous as come to Christ, the brainiest men come to the the cover"..lifted from the censer anti from With vision right before me of this culinary fik P'

the door by which He went out. manger. Who was the greatest metaphysicianthis all the other confers and the perfumed smoke goal. *F1
I was last winter at the house where Jesus country ever hall produced Jonathan arose until it hung amid all the folds and Did I reach to grab my woodchuck-and he ni yx \ an/* 1 Nuaofns rwaeav

lived while He was in Africa It was in Edwards the Christian. Who wRIthe greatest dropped amid all the altars, and then rose In vanquished In his hole. LADIE6 CHAISE
Cairo Egypt, the terminus of that terrible astronomer the world Herschel, the neat columns of praise outside or above the r

journey foot which He took when Joseph Christian. Who was tha greatest poet ever temple, rising clear up toward the throne of And I often go woodchucklng have chated 'PATtHT CKAlSCenAKSJI V '
and Mary fled with Him from Bethlehem to produced John Milton, the Christian.Vho God. So we have two censers to-day of ,
him and there-
hero
Egypt to eccapa the massacre of Herod. All was the wisest writer on law? Blackstone, Christmas frankincense. Here is the one
tradition, as well as all history, points out the Christian. Why is It that every college censer of earthly frankincense.On That lank, fugacious woodchuck, like a long
this house in Cairo as the one in which these and university in the land has a chapel They that we put our thanks for the mercies streak through the air, FISH BR9S WAGH G9-

three fugitives Jiveiwhlla in Africa. The must have a place for the wise men to wor- ot the past year, the mercies of all our past For the project 1 have followed, as I neared .
room is nine steps down from the level of ship. Como now, let us understand !In ounces lives! individual\ mercies family mercies, social -
the street. I measured the room and found and by inches this whole matter. In post mercies national mercies, and our hearts the eager goal, RACINE.WIS.
it twenty feet long and seven and a half feet mortem examination the brain of distinguished burning with gratitude sand aloft the incenseof Have made themselves! Invislble.auJ vanished

high There are three shelvmga of rocs:*, one men has bean examined, and I will praise toward the throne of Christ in their hole. -
of which I think was the cradle of our Lord. find the lar produced heaviest! the mightiest Bring on more incense, and higher and high .
There was no window, and .all the brain ever in America, and I will er let the columns of praise ascend. I have chased my hot ambitions through the
must have come from lantern or cradle.light The! ask what that brain thought Christ. Here Let them wreathe all these < pillar meadow, white with flower,
three arrive here from Bethlehem it Is, the brain weighing sixty-three ounces and hover amid all these arches,
having
crossed the awlul desert. the largest brain ever produced in America. and then soar to the throne. But here i* Chased them through the clover blossoms M

On the Mediterranean steamer going from Now let me find what that brain thought of the other censer of heavenly thanksgivingand chased them through tho orchard
Athens to Alexandria I met the eminent Christ In the dying moment that man said: worship. Let them bring all their bovers. '

scholar and theologian; lr.Lansing, who for "Lord, I believe, help Thou mine unbelief. frankincense-the cherubim bring theirs, Chased them the old scrub
thirty-five years bas been a resident of Cairo :, Whatever else I do, Almighty God: receive and the seraphim theirs" and the one hun- through pasturestill a' -
and he told me that he had been all over the, me to Thyself for Christ's sake This nightI dred and forty-four thousand theirs and with weariness of tout, IrV v ,
road that tile three fugitives took from shall be in tbe light: aol joy and blessed all the eternities theirs, and let them I at last have seen them vanish, like a wood- TN E ,

Bethlehem to Egypt. He says it is a desert ness.! "So Dan.el Webster came to the Auger, smoke with perfume on this heavenly censer chuck in his hole. 4
way, and that the forces journey of the Infant I The wise men of the East followed Ly the until the cloud canopies the throne of '
Christ must have been a terrible wise men of the West God. Then I take these two carmr*-the But there's fun in chasing woodchucks; and N
jour
Going from It was in closing December that tIe was censor of earthly frankincense and the censer
ney. up Egypt Dr. Lansing I'll chase the vision lUll, -
met people from Bethlehem born to show that this Is a Christ ot peoplein of heavenly frankincense-and I swing them sQ $ ,
their
swollen and hanging out from, inflammation tongues sharp blast for people under clouded sky, before ths throne, and then I clash them together If it leads me through the dark pine woods,,

elf thirst, and although his had for people with frosted! hopes, for people in one great hallelujah unto Him and up the stony hill; OTKEPT '
party but
one with thermometer below That Is the whom the wise men of the East brought the fe52Wj. on
goatskin of wro. There's that still _
water left, and that was Import. a glorious expectation, rNSISTlYounJ| ; 1JS1 gpg|
ant for themselves he reason He Is so often found among the desti- gold aud the myrrh and the frankincense.
,
11'8.10 moved with in soul
the spectacle of thirst in these tute. You can find Him on any night Blessed be His glorloVis name forever I lingers my P 1

that, though it excited the indignation of coming oil the moors. You can see Him That some day '11 catch that woodchuck, ere STOREKEEPtf3ETTING i Eiwfous UT i Co '

his fellow travelers, he gave water to the any night coming through the dark lanes of The Surgeon Bird. he slides into his hole. '-- Tfi '
trangei Over this dreadful the city. You can see Him putting His _< 11" in Yankee <
route Joseph Fou, Bind :
Two birds nest under vMOU
and Mary! started for this land of hand muter the fainting head in the pauper'scabin. wore building a 1 sHOlYOKEfe a
He remember how the wind whistled window. A sat in YOUII
Egypt. No time to make much preparation. a study gentleman: PITlTlNFTolNT. 'I- FOR .
Herod was alter them, and what were these around the caravansary in Bethlehem that study every day. Ho watched thebirds.
that December and He is in srrapathywith
peasants before an irata king:: ? night, They were building tho neat of
all who in their hear the
Joseph the husband those poverty -
prang op, from his mattress and father in great, one alarm night shutters clatter on a cold night clay. They brought round bit of wet A Greek dressing-Tho sack of Troy.

the beads of sweat on his forehead and his, It was this December Christ that Washing clay in their bills. They stuck these -Lif

whole frame quaking. He had dreamed of ton aud his army worshiped at Valley bits the wall. After they had
massacres of his wife and babe. Forgo, when without blankets they lay upon A sack suit-Tho fight of a discharged -
They must worked for while would
busily a they
down in the December It was this ,
be off. that night right snow. official for reinstatement.Judye. .
away, Mary -
a few thing hastily and Joseph brought put up to Christ that the Pilgrim Fathers aped to perch on tree near by. There they OiTBOFiJUi2.l'd -

the door the beast of burden and helped his when the Mayflower wharfed at would sit and look at the nest. Somo-

wife and child to mount. Why, those loaves Bock and in the year that went by thegraves times they would fly down and tearaway "Her hands were a poem," says a .
of bread are not enough, those bottles digged, were more in number than gushing 'writer. But what i* a*
of "
built. Sometime poem
water will not lastfor such the houses built. Oh, I tell you we want a all that they a part of ." ,'" .
there is no time to get anytbing a long more.way. Out But December Christ not a Christ) for, fair the nest would fall down. Then the without feet ...f........, \ t

and on. Good-by to the dear home they ex- weather, but a Christ for dark days clouded birds would sit and think how to buildit The Inquisitive deaf man doe not con .. -11' .\ t

pect never again to see. Tbair hearts break. with tlckness, and chilling with disappointment better. Right in the middle of their fine his 'hoy("-making to the sunshine. '1" ,

order It does to not make need us that lorry ours to leave be a it.big house in and terrific, and with suffocating wide open with graves.bereavement Not a, work an accident happened. One,of the -Uotto* Travtler.He IS: PREPARED TO DO yO un'b, -

Over the hills and down through the deep springtime Christ not a summer Christ\ not birds stepped on a piece of broken gl.... (at 11:115,1'. M),-"[ declare, the ,.
forge they their an autumnal Christ but a winter Christ It cut her foot badly. But Jilra. : >;, ", \ '
urge way. By Hebron by Oh this suffering and struggling world very lamp i* going out!I" She-"Yes. The "

Gats the, through babe hot sand, under a blistering needs to be hushed and soothed and rocked Bird was a brave little body. Sho lamp seems to have some idea of time." '"'. \ .
sun, the *
crying mother faint
father exhausted. How slowly the days,and the and lull.bled In tbe arms of sympathetic Om- wished to keep on with the work. She -Baser."Solyou. ..
weeks Will the mpoteucet No mother ever with more tenderness did until she was faint and sick
I
pass weary three ever reach keep on were In that wreck,
were
rocker the
her foot the
the Cairo banks Will of the Nile Will they ever see cradle of put a nick child on than Christ comesdown and could not fly up from the ground._ you! What were your sensations when }r
the desert
last they' cross the line ever beyond end which When old at to in, to this invalid world, and lie Then she lay down. She closed her eyes.She your car was telescoped "Oh, I.saw JOB ]PRINTING t

Herod bas no right to their is rocks it into placidity and quietness as He looked very tick. The other bird start'Llhaar .
pursue ,
Joy unbounded .
says "My peace I tive unto you, not a* the I ,.
Free at last! Let them dismountand looked at her anxiously. Then he turned'
feet! Now they resume their with world giveth give I unto;you. Teacher-"How do, you spend Sun
way around and three loud, strange'cries. .
Notice also tile fact which no one seems to gave '
less ,
anxiety. Thry will find a place somewhere day Tommy Tommy- 'I C&n'hpend,
notice-that this Christ wa born among the Soon, .evcrall birds came flying I
for shelter and the earning of,their and the cattle and the horses, and the : it_ at all. Pa makes us keep the dab. .'
bread. Here they are at Cairo, Egypt. sheep about, to' eco what 1.s'the matter Af I ,'\.I!' .
camel in order that He might be an alleviating bath. -Ntw Yorl'lleatd. '
They wind through the crooked little bird with them. II I \
street influence to the whole animal creation. surgeon came trust'I SUCH AS < : .a ''
which are about ten feet wide and The tongue that cut like a tabr 'lit; :
enter the looked like the others but he ,
It means for overdriven, underfed soon .. i
mercy .
humble house where I have been to-day. But Needs watching against abuse '
the terminus of the journey of these three poorly sheltered, galled and maltreated showed he was a surgeon. He brought 'Tia the only weapon: that i keener grow ?M. ,/" :'r -
fugitive was not as humble as their starting animal creation. Hath the Christ who a bit of wet clay la his bill. 110 groundit Tb longer It I* in use. '; :

point at Bethlehem. I( that journey across cruelties compared of Himself the to a dove shooting no care? for Hath the fine with hit own little beak. Then .WalMII(1W" Star., : .:..,.- ,
the desert ended in a cellar ft started from pigeon f 1"t }. I ,j'O\;:\
tbs Christ who compared Himself to a limbno tae .V 'read it nn this htrd'a! sore stiff__ loot Bra luroucar.
a but barn. jEvathinghumble; around that barn, care for the sheep who are tied and con- just|M aeurgconpreade'aplaetcrhe Next f, When birthday' hour ho come again, '.d ; '
everything overhead. Christ's
glorious torted, and with neck over the sharp edge When Yule-tide' time we see, ME HEADS .
advent was in the hostelry called the honsa took in his bills long cornstalk .
of the butcher's cart, or the -cattle train green I trust 0 bravest of brave men, ,
of Chim Ham; the night with diamonded in hot weather from 0 uaha to New York, which lay near. He flew upon a Ha water. ,That, you'll remember me. :

finger of heaven pointing set wide down to the to look! out; the from door with no water-flftaen hundred mile of I pipe under the window. One end of the, ...-Boar. <'' ,
opei
orchestral baton of light dripping the; oratorios agonyfHath I cornstalk was near the. lame bird. She "John," aid Mr. Stingy's wife, "I .11: ., '""

of the Messiah; on lowest doorstep of the Christ whose tax was paid by a took hold of it with her bill, and helped wouldn't buy any more two dollar trousers ".."..., ,'" ,
heaven the minstrels of tied discoursing of fish the coin taken from its mouth no care I' If I I; ,
!
Then not "Th1.lJut
tho too. were "Why :
; heraelf on water-pipe you. .. LETTER '
glory and good will goon after the white- for the tossing flu In the fish market? Hath up HEADSt .
bearded astrologfst.kueel, and from leathern the Christ wbo strung with His own hand the surgeon bird helped he: into the half- pair you bought are the identical : + ,
pouch chink the shekels and from open sacks the nerve of dog and cat no indignation for built nest. Poor :Mrs.' Bird I It was one I sold tbe ragman sit: weeks ago for J ,\ 1tt l .

exhale the frankincense and rustle out the the horrors of vivisection?, Hath the Christ very bard to be sick, and to move Into fifty cents."-JVVui York: Sun ,r : '':"/ ", /. ci1f.... ,
bundles of myrrh. The loosened star the who said "Go to the ant" no watchfulness ,. "f' "
; the hall.built house. What do ,i "What
escaped doxology of celentials; the chill December for the transfixed InsecU?I Hath the Christ you suppose May- a strong, noble face I"
night aHusli with May morn; our who said "Behold: tbe fowls of the air" tbe little surgeon bird did nestf Ethel-"It I* Indeed The faco of '' rtfe.fcJ '

'world a lost star au: another star rushing Himself never beheld the outrages He went to work: acd helped( Sir. Bird Cousin George. A finer fellow never .: :,.t '\1" .; J'J: : BILL B1JADS' :
down the sky that night to beckon the wanderer heaped upon the brute creation wtych flew off home. : "
the than he
finish nest ,
faced dreadful fate.. '
"
home again shall yet make aU nations cannot articulate its grief This Christ a May-"Uraclouil r" 0', ''liil \ 'fri ;:

keep Christmas. came not only, to lift the human race Could the gentleman In his study have Is he dead" Ethel-"Worse. lIe ha I.' ,:I')' \ ,

Are there no new lessons from the story out of its: trouble, but to lift out of been kinder or wiser than that little bird.I'iaayunt. joined a football teaoi."=I'tlUtiurjh ." ." .,. ..,

not yet hackneyed by oft lepeatalf Oh. yen! ping and hardship the animal creation. In ,Bulletin. (
Know in the fll'sat place, it was a side,real ap toe glorious milennial time the child shall ,
pearance that led the way. Why not black lead the lion and play with the cockatrice Tho Smallest Chnrcli. "Can I get! off for the rest of the day see. ) : t'ts t: ,
,
cloud in the shape of a band or finger point- only because brute and reptile shall have no sir?" "Might I ask: why" "I aw going ? t' tl 1JN11tILOP'S-

,in I down to the sacred birth-placer A cloud' more wrongs to avenge. To alleviate the There bu'recently been quite a discussion to see mother-ia-law. and wife off '. : .:," '. ,
the brute creation Christ was my : ,
condition oC
means troub'e, and the world had had trouble In the various religious I -
enough. Why not a shaft of lightning quivering horn in the cattle pen. The first bleat of the paper to the station for a long visit" "Oh, I il :'Hr." -
smallest
and flashing and striking down to the Lamb of Ood heard amid the tired flocks of concerning the location of tho see, a sort of a holiday. You can go 't.,'', _,

,sacred birtb-plac? Lightning means destruction Bethlehem.hepherJs. Tha whit horse of church in the world. The French paper, anti enjoy yourself, certainly."-y/tW a shattering and consuming power,and eternal victory stabled in a barn. aided by the valuable researches of Professor 1'i-tu. '
But notice also in the account the three dilphiu
the world wanted no more destruction. have been getting the
Leiqueraux
But it was a star,and that means joy that Christina presents that are brought to the He could not affor a paper CARDS
means hope, that means good cheer, that monger-gold, frankincense aud myrrh. best of the argument until recently, The price of it made him sick-
means ascendency. A start That weans Uold to Christ-that mean all the afflu- when some one discovered a twenty- But one floe day there came bis way "ti ,,,

creative power, for did not the morning enca of the world surrendered to Hun. For year-old article by Jloncure D. Conway Two men wbo were very "slick." ,.
tars nag together when the portfolio of the lack of monev no more asylums limping on la for March 1870 where that And he paid them a oool ten thousand ';.'
worlds was opened A star I That: means defense their way like the cripple whom they Harptr'i For a worthies gilded brick. .
for did not the stare fight in thalrCOUJ'IH helped< feeling l their slow way like the blind able writer give a description of two! nrsurawarySpirit. 'I"

against Sisera and for the Lml'lpeople' people whom tbey sheltered. Millions of miniature place of worship. The first wheel
"They are making car of
A atari! That brilliant dollar for Christ where there are now piper COMMISSARY! CHECKS >/:
mews continuance ia at Bonchurch. Conway gives the. following now remarked Mrs. she j ;"
Railroad i Hojack
for are not the righteous to shiiie thousands for Christ. own by a* .
as the stars forever and ever' A star That Christian stockhol ters, ant governed by concerning it; looked up from the newspaper.. "Ye,"

means the opening; of eternal 1oy. The daystar Christian directors, and carrying passenger It cannot be ten yard long, and U only replied her husband, "and locomotive, ,

in the heat't. The morning star of the *Peabody.and freight and Abbott at Christian Lawrence, prices.and three or four wide; it bas seven pew and too." "You don't tell me!I" "Certain. } .

Jleclcemer.Th that James George Lenoxes no rarity. Bank of England. four galleries, and might hold twenty 111! Hare you never heard of stationery' .

have been unusual a strange appearance conjunction of night worlds.may As ; Bourse of France, United' btate treasury, person*. There ia still regular preach eugine*?"-IntoOetan.. PAMPHLBTS ;r*
'' all tbe moneyed: institution of the world for here the large of the CIRCULARS AND
the transit of Venus in our time was foretold Gold not top part cougrega- Kind Lady-"If need clothing I
Chrut. Tbe gold for Christ you
by astronomer and astronomers tion being seated outside.;
many years ago the of Joseph and Mary can supply with old suit of I .1' ,
can tell what will be the conjunctionof merely paid way Further in the article he you an my
on same
and the divine fugitive into Egypt but it says,
worlds a thousand year.from now, ao they husband', but they.1be\ about four
of the fact that Christ's in the of Bt. Lawrence .
way Tillage
describing :
was typical $
and inCdel "
can calculate! backward; even astronomers size too big for ".Xever 5
world. The : you. Tramp-
around tM gold
have been compelled to testify shall oa paid all on the Isle of Wight; The Tillage
OM silver for Christ, the jewelsfor mind mum I'll wear 'em. ratherbe
for Christ, ; lid
that about the year 1 there was a very Unusual Nevada and Uoloonla ia notable for Its queer little church the .
Christ. Australia, mistook: for an anglomaniao than
In the heavenj. Tie Chines
appearance for Chnst. The brizht round, beautiful smallest.ia the world. It i* tweoty-nv OB1 ALL KINDS
reCord. of course entirely independent freeze. -Mi* York WttUy. .
of the* Word of God, gives as matter of history jewel of a world sat Ilk a solitaire on the feet long and eleven feet wide, and aboutas
Dark hair,red cheek, those the charm
bosom of Christ war
the 1 there was tall Its walls\ '
that about year a high as a man. are : 3
be in hi Heal" : 'r
saw "
unaccountable in the But I notice that these wise men also shook
and appearance and old.
Saxon
atrange
out from the sacks the myrrh. Th cattle very AnJ obe set about to make his fancy' picture .
heavens.
The location of several other aaial real *
But it have bean a meteor such as you cam and they snuffed at it. They did not ,
may And \do".bcJ the '
won tint of
and I have seen flash to the horison.; I saw eat it because it was bitter. Th pungent gum and unique churches Lu been made public bUdesire possessed *

a few year ago in the northern sky a star redo of Aby*. nia called myrrh brought to since this discussion began. Among But quite trantpowl, her cheek were dark NEATLY AND WITH DISPATCHyft *!
and ai! with such, brilliancy and pre- to the feet ot Chrut. That means bittsrneci .
shoot
bitter other, the church in the stump o a gigantic her hair as rJ a*Ore. .
cis-on; that if 1 bad been on a bill a* hijo; as Bitter betrayal, bitter persecution, < 1 > .
Chltayo Ptie.
that of Bethlehem, on which the s"epuerJ* day of suffering, bitter uigUt of woeMyrrh. red wood tree In some county in ., ,_. --
stood, I could have marked within a abort That.. what they put into Hi cup Oregon, and the famoua "Bell chapel" "A man paid $.1 for a barrel of apple. -, '-
distance the place of the alighting.; The when Hwa* dying Myrrh. That i* whatthey of Moscow, where services are regularly He sold them for (2.50 and tu* rest ol : j*:
of Iowa and the British museum put under ill head in the wtldarn. them his band How much *.
University ha decayed on
: That ia what they strewed Hi held in a large bell, which a piece w ,
stones picked Myrrh.
of meteoric up
in have th*specimens fields, fral118It.1Iung off from other with ail the way from the cattle pen ia BethI I out of the aide, the opening being aed did be luce?"asked the teacher "Ha l

world, leav-nj; a fiery trail un the sky. Bo lehera to th* mausoleum Joeeph'.COQDtI'y as a door.-tit Louit-ReyMie. didn't lose DOthia'." bawled, out a farm We will insert jy 1
that it u not to me at alt improbable the stellar seat. Myrrh. Yearajth*Psalmist-AllThy" Fr'. boy in the cbu "He worked 'em you o.ift: f
That i what
that smell of myrrh. *
nightof
on garment
oI the meteoric appearance TrS/UM.
into cider.-CAie.go
The Orlxlaal Yelecipeie. :
in the up
which we speak. I only care to know tile wise men wrapped swaddling ,
that it wa bright", that it was silvery that clothe of the babe. That ill what the The first ancestor of the bicycle and The Thoughtful UOIteu. The guest well displayed advertisement at _

it flished and swayed and swung and halted Mary* twisted in the shroud of a crucified tricycle the velocipede was born ia sat down, but rose hurriedly with aa ex- .
Christ. The myrrh. Oh, the height, the
with ;joy eelertutl.world as bad though rusbaJ Christ down in without haste depth the length, the breadth of tb ( France in the story day of revolution. 'room of alarm on his face. "I am r. w"
to
tare our
Hi coronet,and the angels of God bad burle4 Kaviour'f: sorrow t Well might UM wise mo The machine was a very clumsy one. afrtU, m &m"he saW, "that I have rates as low as tiisjt-class:

it after Hunt shake out tile myrrh. There were no pedal attached to the tat down on the wrong ehajr." "It' any

The win men of of the East cam*to Cbrbt.TheI' But I notice also from another sack they wheel these were not invented till 18S5. only Tommy' pigeon eggs," replied the 1
frankincense. Clear to ; #
The record were not distinctly foods they says ware that not tb imbecile wit men shake the rater out the of the barn the air 11 filled up with The rider struck each foot ia turn against lady, pleasantly. Don't; mind it, Mr. can afford to do Bates

cami: to Chnst. We say they were the magi perfume, and the loathers ani the camel the ground with force enough to act the Jones; be has plenty more of them."- paper l} =.yti

or they were the aleb.mhzi, or they were driver in the farthest part of tau building two low wheel of the machine rotating Cj_ 2WSmce "' ): ,
ta*astrolegist, and we say it with depreciating inhale it, and it float oat upoa the airunt' '
.-tua oa. Way they were the paassrsby wonder who ia that roughplaeo and by this fatiguing mode of progrea. Tb cumber of marriage I* 'la made known on applica:ion: ,
box pro
scot splendid and maxainoaat: sass of theoantory. could have by aoddcat dropped a attained a considerable poed. f"
They wee the Batoraluta and of alabaster. FraakiBcana*. Teat i* what
th..destfsta They knew all that was th y burned faith cn That* r ta_11M anrUat worship.seer I The forest .f BuaaU an aWed tarov bo&'.. e l'
YmmaetreoMmbwttat astrologywas pla,
known.
the mother of aatroM>*y, .... that ,,-Frwk..That i 18 M III aU thaaaoM*, the arm of i$4, M,000 saga

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-\* THE; EAST COAST ADYOCATE. 4WKKKtT IMPROVEMENTS, AT MIMS. extended warmest kind to every of welcome craft that would felt be that dividends railway on stock companies representing can pay an THEWILKINSON. COTTAGER S:

disposed! to deposit its freight at investment of twenty-five per ('eDtwilli
A ,,01)1I1UL01'ID: TO THE MtTMxOr Few of our renders realize the the railroad dock at Titusville, the balance made up of water,

.. XT or THE WORTH IJfDtAIf SKCTIOKB.ants AKD1AKK magnitude of the improvementswhich which is so closely guarded and ?o is a reasonable and fair demand, ROCK LEDGE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA.

hav been made, within a exclusive in the reception of patronage and we hope they will win. If the
radius of two and half miles of this
a Alliance can accomplish one
at
Office: Washington Avenue, Titusvllle, Mime' station, during the past few One of our present.oldest citizens, who : object, they will have remedied the These Cottages! are Newly Built, Nicely Furnished, and within ten minutes' wn

Indian River, Florida. / years. From a careful inspectionof has studied the advantages of greatest injustice under which the of Telegraph and Postoffice and leading hotels.,

this neighborhood, we find thereare Canaveral for many years, has farming class is made to toil and

very nearly five hundred,, acres the result of sweat and will have rid themselves
FCBLIBHED EVERY FRIDAY.tntend promised to give us Have the steamer land you at GIngras wharf-only three minutes walk from tilt |
set out in groves. The yl'Mlrom his observations .and his opinionsin of the heaviest millstone that

W this acreage, in a few years, will be our next issue.Hundreds weighs them down-and makes a Cottages.

at thfl Tftu Mall Mite alce M Second- something' startling, especiallywhen of wealthy men have mortgage a necessity. To urge
Clans it is remembered that the become Identified with the Indian legislation that will lessen the Rates : Per Day, $2.50 ; per Week, $12.50 ; per Month, $45.

planting has been done almost en. River country during the past few necessity of making a mortgage

tfrely of the famous Turnbull. would be far wise and honorable
TERMS Invariably Advance, years. Our productions have more 5deo-8mo II. H. WILKINSON. Prop.
hammock: lands. Messrs. Jones & trebled in the same time, and the than to attempt to make it
Postal Order or One and Two Cent
By Check Postage stamp. Wiley alone have over one hundred period for action (is ripe. Let us easy to repudiate one after it is -

One Year... ............... ........ ........tlJM acres (in grove. The Indian River decide upon the most practical ,. made, or to prescribe a form which JAMES PRITCHARD, President; W. B. BARNKTT, Vice-President;
Six Months...................................140 Loan and Investment Company point, and go to work and make it the money lender could not acceptas W. M. BROWN, Cashier.
Three Months,................................ JSO have begun clearing and drainage available. security and would not loan his
Single COpy.\...... M operations, and have built a road money upon. INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK
Bent to any Address-In U. 8.or Canada Prepaid across' the Mime pond, and have

made available over a thousand THE ALLIANCE AS LAW ,

L'tlltO.uu..n..n....... WALTKB 8. GRAHAM. I acres of splendid hammock and MAKERS. Lake Worth. (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)

AMoclate-Edltor; Man.pr..c. It.W ALTOI. muck lands ; and it is estimated Authorized capital, $100,000
that there is much and Happy New Year to all. -r-
fully a9 as -.J. Paid up capital, $25,000
rich land within two and a half We notice in a press despatchthat Cool and pleasant.The _- \

opinion We do not of our hold corn ourselves>*pondentn responsible, but we for claim the miles west of railroad as 'there is the Alliance party in Kansasa lowest mercury for this winter -=-.! Average deposits, $100,000

the right to reject any cnmmunlcatlon. in the Turnbull hammock betweenthe state where it has developed wan fifty degrees. ,

Commnnlm.tlon for,, l'ulII..atlnn mnnt tie written railroad and the river. Over great strength-has prepared six The dock. and visitors, tell of pretty rt-' .- T Transacts a General Banking
of the and
plainly on one lue paper only
hands teen new laws to be< submitted to cold weather .
bonld, In every cane, lie accompanied by the seventy-five are employed up your way.
writer' name and address, not necessarily for in in the the legislature which convenes ina Business.
constantly clearing ,
publication, but a*a guarantee of good faith. Mrs. }(. 8. Leonard, of Burlington, Ia.,
neighborhood of Mima,. and the few days. arrived: at Hotel Lake Worth on the 80th,
I development" that is being made is One is a usury law fixing the for the winter. Largest and Oldest Bank on the Rim

ADVERTISING! HATER having the effect of attractingmany rate\ interest at six per cent andprescribing' The good people are getting rather

PER YEAR. new settlers, and stimulating as 'a penalty for its dl Lake Worth. Danceon e 'v' DIRECTORS:
Christmas-day '
One Inch...."..............'10.00 the old residents to go and do like- I violation the forfeiture! of principaland another on New ,Year's at Hotel, at Lake Mr.Worth David J ti of JAa.i'RITCRARDW.R.AARNtITPresident the N.Uonalllank of Jacksonville( ), J.HDlRKEK .

Two Inch,.......................15.00 wise. The shipments from Minis interest. This will have the Brown's; and now a surprise party on .- ,.., Jacksonville Vice-President), W. 8. GRAHAM National and Rank W. H.fit
Three Inch,..."................. 20.nO station, in a few years, will exceed effect of putting a stop to the loaning the 7th, and if it in as pleasant as the > BKOWX.
Four Inch...................... 28.00 those made by the entire countyfive of money in Kansas, and capitalists danceA have beeh, all the people will be CORRESPONDENT'
Five Inch,or Quarter Col.,...... 90.00 will invest their funds in glad to be alive; it promises to be a surprise x :c. ; ..?1. National Sealmarcl Bank National of Jacksonville.Rank of New York and
and
Half Column,.................... M.OO years ago, by cutting a In every sense of the word. :MpPICAL .
Whole Column,.:................100.00 road to the river, a project which more remunerative fields. There r..rITus"rILLE, FL-A-
is being agitated, they will be ableto have been millions of dollars loan The Christmas-tree and picnic, at Hotel
fat Bin Monthi divide the yearly rate by two Lake Worth, wan a decided success.
and add 10 per cent. avail themselves of competition.It ed on Kansas farms at twelve percent The largest picnic ever held here, and

Tor Three Monthi, divide the yearly rate by would be both a surprise and a but the sufferer was the money the nicest table; and, it was agreed' by THE TRUNK JfflE.
four,and add:20 per cent. pleasure to any of our citizens who lender, in many cases. A New England all, the pleasantest place to hold a picnic

txx-al Advertisement, Ten Cent Per Line have the time to spare to go out maiden school teacher, whose body;; and, in his the pleasant proprietor manner welcomed and every made _

leer: Insertion. and look over the neighborhood meagre savings of many years were everyone feel at home. The dance in the

Paid'Heading Matter, not In "Local N._" referred to. loaned to a Kansas farmer who got evening was decided the pleasantestever THE JACKSONVILLE TAMPA AND KEY WEST SYSTEM.
column,Fire Cent Per Line Each Insertion. the money, while the schoolmarm held on the Lake. Mr. Chas. A. ,

legal Advertisement at Legal Rate TO NEW YORK DIRECT.Our got a piece of land that will never Lane others, Mrs.furnished U. D.most Hendrlckson delightful music., and Schedule In Effect NOVEMBER 25, 1890. Central Standard Time.

All the above rates are for one edition perVMkV yield her a cent, but will cause her
hair to become permanently We are all glad to see you taking hold GOING SOtTTH BEAD: DOWN. STATIONS. OOIXO XOBTg .IAD tr.
gray of the Canaveral in earnest, as
,OT" Bill collected monthly. advocacy of Canaveral as a In the effort to keep her taxes uponit it would be more question beneficial to the entire 3 00 101 1110.5 un'Lv...JAcasosvat.E.Ar. 1110 5 pm'I160
pm pm am
Check,etc.,may be made payable to "OrabamOWalton" suitable point for furnishing an paid up.Money .east coast of Florida, than any trans 130 pm 216 pm 1020 am Ar..St Augustine toLY. 4101)01'10:10' : am
outlet for South Florida wherebywe is like any other commodity portation scheme, that has been talkedof I 400 I'm 1161 pm ".......Palatka........" 233 pm 840 am I
ear I'm ".......Ormond......." 842 am
tr Merchant and all other to whom we are could be independent of Jack. -worth Just what it will bring Investment, yet. I believe for the It people would to be build a paying the 1:10: I'm ".......Daytona... ...." 822: amt
.
Indebted will their bill. sonville and Savannah has called I -and if the rate is six cent in t t
oblige u*by presenting per pier provided could not 1210
( we get government 400 pm 1230 pm 1110 am Ly..JAcIUIOfYILLK.. Ar. 130 am pm 7:10: pm
tae let of every month for prompt settlement. forth considerable comment from New England, no level headed aid) and charge wharfage. BesidesIt 800 1'1 S25 Ar..OrCove 8rlnp..LY. 624 11 39 am 1:10: "
100 100 10:11I: ".......l'aIat.. ......." 4211 lOti 1:10: N
I many of our readers throughoutthe Yankee will send it out to Kansas would do more to develop the resourcesof 712 614 N 1142 "........8eyUl........." 306 955 400 "
and from distant pointsas without a higher rate than he can the country than any other scheme on 1M 416 N 1011 pm "...... DeLand........" 100 115 N
AddreM all communication &0EA.8T county, foot to-day. You can depend on the 833 N t07 12M" "....Orang.City Jo..." 149" 113 t... "
well. The people of New Smyr. obtain when he loans it on some support of this entire down Ibis 1110 440 N 130 a' "..y... Sanford......." lIlt, It 766 '" too"
COAST ADVOCATE country $431 "..... Enterprise......" 752 "
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I na claim that they are 'possessedof thing he can see in his own town way and can as far as the Keys. Keep $430 "....TITusvI1.1.s..." 1110 "
TITCIVILLI, FLORIDA.T.O. better facilities for a port than of an established valuer What the subject before the people.LaGrange. t.5o N ".......Ta Y&nlll.......IS 630 N
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Box,222. ;, J 1111'1" 55 "uuuo.l..n.'u... ... 11A. 816 1IO "
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Canaveral, while a prominent citizen !. farmer in Kansas or elsewhere can 121 I. alll ":::: .. ..::::.. 1110-r-" 100 11:10: am
"...... ......
110
515 .J1artow. '00" 820 "
of Eau Gallic claims that an be found, who, if he signed a mortgage 1M 110 N N........Tampa......." 7 M ., 115 "

Tnt famous ordinance in regardto inlet could be made into Indian did not do so voluntarily t103O"1545 am "N.........I'unta Fan Al(ade.Iorda........."" tlIOI"t43 "

River at the foot of Merritts Island If the rate was not satisfactory he .
charging of wharfage at the t t
Mrs. Nance from Texas, lion a visit
,
for less than breakwater did not have to take the 117 pm 1040 am Ly......Pal&tka...... A 11I0 pm 1585 am
foot of Broad street which occasioned money a money. to her mother, Mrs. Rod Smith. Mrs. S. tM N 1120 Ar..Interlachea..Ly 4110 1M "
could be built at Canaveral, and When the farming class 'urge the 330 11118 pm ".... Hawthorne ........ 8M 115 .N
so much excitement last wears a bright, happy look since her 8M 1220 "...... Rochelle........ 830 11118. N
that the largest steamers oould making of law to prevent them arrival.Mias 715 Ii M "....Oalnel\'l11e ......" 315 7 40 N
was daughter's ( 4118 tea N "....Oran.Lake........ It15M
July re-introduced and at rate 118'' 745
re come In and ride at anchor in ab. from borrowing money a
Eva and sister Mrs.Dennis 103 N N........Ocala ........" 1M 700"' "
eetved its first reading and the solute safety; This latter claim it exceeding six per cent, it is an indirect Clapper 7110 359 N "...... L..sburg..4 12mam 6110 "
beautiful 'SIlO 8110 U..... "
-were out through our .i'embera.a..U 1040'
unanimous approval of Council not without merit, for the forma confession on their part 7910 426: ".....Drook.vUie..U 140 N
cemetery Wednesday; also visited Mn. 1011 N........EUat1e.N N
in need of tOtl
tion of the Eau that are a guardianand
peninsula opposite they .
yesterday. Council has been Johnson.Mr. 823 pm "......Tavern....... 108G "
pray. Gallle is of rock, and there is from that they want the State to

nfully conliderlng'ihe matter for twenty-five to thirty feet of waterin take them into its custody. If the C. E. Gerrlsh, of Boston, was out .Dally.at 2:20: P tDaily m daily: between Jacksonville.. 'Sunday and onl Palatka.CONNEenON.,. TraID. leaving Jacksonville a m and PalatA -

six months, and their action can the channel of Banana river at proposed law is passed, in less thana through our settlement Wednesday, soliciting .
A.t Jacksonville with diverting lines North, East and West. At Orange City Junction for
Bardly be called "Hasty and ill-ad- its mouth. If an inlet were once year, thousands of men who advocated shipments of fruit. He called, (range City 8myrna ..fJlliy? Jupiter with J. I. W.Railway for Lake Worth at.Sanford .
cut at this it does look if its will when they and informed us the fruit he handled of YhrfortWnK ,Tarpon l'rlOl" Clearwater and Gulf
Tfoed" this time, point, as passage, with for Winter 'ark. Maitland, eto.; at Tampa with Plant Steamship '
in view of the formation and the find that money cannot be had at ours last year was M fine as my he had for Line ..,.Han.... Punts...Mobile Raess.and St.for James Manatee City and RIver Fan points Alyen.; at Punta Gorda with steamers

depth of the water both inside and six per cent, long for the "good old received. I'uUmaa I'a1ace Buffet. sleeping Can on through fast mall train dally between New York and

Br placing the force bill upon a outside, it could be kept open. times," and wish to be dischargedfrom The sociable given at Mr. Johnson's, Tam -. without For Information change.Iv call on or address M. E.OBUBEH,agent,Titnsvllle Fla.
The first cost of making the cut the guardianship they invoked In honor of Miss Janle's birth-day, reminded JackeonUle. F1a. Q. D. .LCKLRLY, O. P. A.
side track, and securing the 'right foolish one of ye good old times;friends
unless
would be but Uncle they are
pretty heavy, ,
of way on the main line, for their Sam is able to supply the money if enough to hope for the success of from well wishes every and direction presents were for there her;with and INDIAN RIVER STEAMBOAT COMPANY

own pet measure, the silver men of so disposed.A I their sub-treasury scheme which the nice refreshments passed around

t&9 Senate have earned the comttendatidh corporation was formed some provides for securing; a loan from were enjoyed by alL

of the cduntry. The four years ago with the avowed I Uncle Sam at two per cent. The supper given by the Alliance at
of an inlet at the Another law provides that land Mr. Feaster's, New Year's night, was
dexterity they exhibited was remarkable object opening I attended, and the tables groaned
sold foreclosure of
under mortgage lardy
mouth of Banana river ; but after the weight of nice dishes prepared -
and grandma Hoar and securing a special charter and certain shall bring the full amount of the by the deft fingers of the lady memo

Bantam cock Ingalls have met their valuable franchises In the way judgment and costs. It may hap. bers; LaGrange Enola baa our best q a

aperiors. The Kings of Finance of oyster and fishing privileges, it pen that the land is only worth wishes.
hundred dollars and the judgment Lena and Florence Nor
five The Misses
role the world and when cold and was heard of no more. The present
agitation of the question of direct amount to fifteen hundred. wood, of Titusville, were tout several DEPARTUBK:: ARRIVAL OF 8TUKERB.I .
calculating tactics are necessary to Won't the auctioneer have a happy days last week visiting relatives and Steamers leave Tiru8vii.Lz Mel.
communication with the Eastern friends. Mice Lena improved very much I daily, except Sunday at 6:00 a. m., arriving at
success the Demagogue gets left market, by steamer, may stimulatethe time of it in trying to stimulate a while in S. (X last summer. It would bourne at 1 p. m.

every time. incorporators of the company bid for the full amount of the not do to let all the pretty complimentswhich Returning leave Melbourne at 1 p.m., arriving at Titusville about 8 p. m.

referred to and they may endeavorto judgment? How is it proposed to we have get to her ears; it would Leave MKLBOCBXB Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays at 1 p. m., arriving at
,
make her rate. Jupiter at 8 a. m. next morning.
than it
make the land bring more
their scheme.If .
IT is to be regretted that so few develop will is actually worth in the open Mr. Iveft, of Philadelphia, arrived Friday Returning leave JCPITKB Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturday at 12 noon
the inlet at New Smyrna arriving at Melbourne at 7 next .
representatives romTitusville were idea is evening, and with him his friend, a. m. morning.The
market? We the
permit of the entrance of steamersat presume Mr Smith. They left, Monday morning, St. Lucie leaves Titusville about 630: Monday mornings, calling at Rock-
present at the Masonic gathering present, it is possible a line to make the party holding the for a trip down the river as far as ledge and Melbourne on the direct run to Jupiter; on her return trip, Saturdays,
'*Cocoa last Friday night. .From would pay from that point. Now mortgage take the land in full Lake Worth. Mr. Ives has been quite she comes right through to Titusville, arriving here about 8 a. m. Sunday.'
satisfaction of his claim even lick, and we hope he may derive much
the account, which appears in an that navigation is open from the benefit frotn his stay with, us. lie owns W. B. WATSON, Supt.
Indian River via the Haulover to though it may have depreciated here and
other column, those who availed considerable property generally .
New Smyrna, it would be the natural from neglect, abandonment, fire; makes Us a yearly visit.

themselves of the cordial invitation outlet for our products.. But i waste, etc., at least seventy-five per Misses Alblne Egger and Louise ROH- EAST COAST TRANSPORTATION COMPANY.

extended by the hospitable breth. it is a well known fact that the cent since the loan was made. ser were vinlting friends at Cocoa and

ran of Cocoa were very pleasantly charts of the Coast Survey show Another law provides that the Ruckledge last week. They report a
members of the Railroad Commission pleasant time. We were glad to have
Inlet as having a shiftingbar
entertained. The slim Mosquito
attendance
them back home, aa they are missed very
shall be elected the people
by ;
from Titusville can only be attributed ; and a very high authority on much when absent. Mr. Williams, of
the subject claims it would be a and another providing for a 're Rockledge accompanied them home, and /
to the fact that the great far more expensive undertaking to duction of rates for the transportation after spending a pleasant day here, left
of citizens of freight and so next morning to resume hU studies at
majority our are slavesof make the channel at New Smyrna passengers
college, which had been suspended for
business and at this particular permanent than to make the harborat as to yield an annual income of the Christmas holidays.Mr. .
not over six per cenfon the invest
time were trying to strike a balance Canaveral perfect and Mrs. Jacob Feaster were much
Whatever location eventual. ment. These last two laws are ARRIVAL ASD DEPAUTl'BE: OF TOE STEAMER SWEE3ET.fioixo .
for the year just closed. With the may pleased on New Year's Day to receive a
pineapple planter from Melt ourne, ly tie selected as best suited for I, worthy of careful consideration by pleasant rail from their friend, Mr. SOVTH-The Sweeney leave TiTCSnu. about 130: p. m.
Merritts our need we would not presume to the legislature of Florida, and Maurice Goldsmith, of Titusville; and GOING XORTII-Leaves Titugville about 11 a. m.
or vegetable farmer from
but one thing is certain, the should be brought to its attention Professor Jenks, of the Brown University The steamer J. W. Sweeney wl1l1 ave Xew SMTRXA every Monday Wednesdayand
Island, or orange grower from City say; 'of this of Providence, R. I. The Professor at 7 m. at all intermediate
aroused they realize, as by the various Alliances Friday a. stop points, and arrive at ROCKLEDGB
people are ; himself astonished at
Coint, it is different. Crops will expressed quite at 5 p. m.Returning.
did before that an effort State. finding such a settlement and fine groves
never ,
they
grow just as well when the groweri be made to render it impossible The Alliance party seems to be out here. We told him he bad not yet leave ROCKLEDGE every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 7 a. m.
absent for a time. But there must informed that wherehe and arrive at New bmyrna at 5 p. in.
at the question of seen half. He us
controlour badly sea on
are times when the business of the for any corporation to is not stopped at, the settlers did not consider COSSECTIOXS
loans. The Government
merchant cannot be neglected for commerce. It would hardly there were any settlements on In- With A,. A: W. R. It. at New Smyrna, for all points north via Clyde St. Johns
even a brief period without great for another railroad to tap going to go into'the pawnbroker. dian River above Titusville; but he River Line, and Clyde Steanuhip Line.

Injury,and on this ground we hope this territory at present, but withan age business ; and the capitalist found out to the contrary. There were The merchants and shippers of Indiaa River,-who wish to patronize this hue
our Cocoa friends will the outlet on the Coast, our shippers cannot "be forced to loan his moneyat lot of folks nearer the point that gave will, please advise their consignors to mark their good Via Clyde Line care of

non-attendance of excuse citizens of would rid themselves of the monopoly an Unsatisfactory rate. But the our below fine, which fruit, its is notoriety the famous than they Dummit were A. A: W. By. and E. C. T. Co. or via Clyde Line care of E. C. T. Co., Blue Spring

Tftusville who were many conspicuous by and they would have the liveliest "stand'it has taken against payingall grove; and LaGrange 1s nearer the river R. P..PADDISOy, G. F, PADDISOX,

their absence. kind of competition, and the they get for their crops, in order than that celebrated grove .General Manager. Gent Frt. \A PaM .Agi-

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Lumber Glass, HARDWARE Sash; '

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n Company Paints, Oils. U J ., Doors & Blinds.

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Cl"OeitCI.y, 1'iIL.VI11'C, "Wood<< .'.\GllMOllllO: ( COOL NfO.VOM. Order (Tilled same day reoeUed. l'rll'I'IIIt"I\rant l'Il. ; .

1TUSVILLE. FLA.

t itNaaa, Manager. pd tleclutCorrespondence. F., BUJXi: I IS, Titusville, l la.



Palm Beach. Notice. For the benefit of parties II. K. OUISTEAD l'rofessionnl: Cm'dl'l. I(IJ. 1Sanders Co.

wishing to visit l New Smyrna from pointson q ,

Cool weather.Mr. Indian River, tickets will be Hold to The Pioneer Dealer In T1... OAULDKX: iH-nler In .

\\Wt rf<> "o* floW onnrtrn rrfpontble for "parties of live or more on one ticket; .

opinion of our eorrmpondentt.To City,.Mo.and, Mr arrived*. J. W.Due.Merrill 27th., of Kansas for one rare the round trip, till Jan. 31st.G. GENERAL MERCHANDISE, ATTOUNKY-AT-UVW: DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, ,

F. Prddlfion and '
gen. freight pass Tm'BVH.I.K, )1.\.
The schooner Mary B. left for Jackson CROCKRRV,'
Co.
K. C. T.
uP- Correspondents. vllle Dec. 30th. agent Eau Gallie. J AS. T. SANDEIUS;: SADDLKKV: ,

| We 'must ask our enrreHpondent* not There was a picnic and dance at Hotel I keep In Stork Choice variety or STATIONERY: .
i indulge in personalities, or In making Lake Worth ChrUtm.w. Biggest Ilnr:,alii on Indian 111or. ATTOUNKY.AT-LAW, FAMILY MEDICINES,

[iscern>ort of remarks their neighbors.of that Whenever character we we An Ice house U in course of erectionon \ JltorriMKS.:: HAUDWAUE, Will pro Imilt li-<> In of all Florida the Timru i>f the H.'\fnthiiilicml UAltDKX: SEEDS,

jlmll exclude them, and if persisted infe the grounds of E. X. Diinick. Forty acres of, first class orange and CROCKERY: ToIt.ETll"ncus, ETC I'. O. Ho*,Ml.: TITI'STII.iitFt..t. CllmCI olwemum(. '

shall take steps to dispense with the Geo. W. Hunt left on the 3rd for Indian garden land, one-half mile from Minis And will Sell as Low ns the Lowest. Money to Ixwn.IrOKDIt 1 HAY, CORN, MAt'}:. FERTILIZERS, ,

ervices of the party who Indulges his River and other points farther north. station. Part, the prettiest hickory Call and examine Stock 18 FINE PATENT FLOUR.: ,
ste* in the line referred to. my ( M. ROIIBI.VK. WAliril 8. liKVMAM1)011111X8 : ,
]{, R. )(cCNmlrk'" stain yacht, the hammock In this section, balance, very (1UAIIAM, OOOOA, P1.or:1d.n.: ,
"ManadV was launched this week. : rich muck Red null-noil, no marl.
Few Words From Eau Galllc. J. E. EXDEtt & CO.
Miss, Katie Hamilton: returned from Choice building site on a hill in grove ol ATTOUNEYS-AT-iaW,

her holiday trip to open school on the : large oaks and hickories. Equal to any 'VV'' 'n'tohtn.n1J.ors TITVKVII, Hrcvard Co., ."ll'llla.I' C. T. 11EOTOK,
Coast Advocate
'a8t 5th
Inst.
: location at )Korklcdge for natural: Itvnuty.TranopoiUtlon AMIMANUFACTURING 1 .o. Box 2.10.WIIIIIth'tlln. lederin ,

The Star cor tponpent seems to have D. A. .Allen la on his place at Welt hotel, store. school, all llifriinntlpKof th"8o\pnth Oeneml : h
forgotten a few of our resident who are Palm Uocch, where' he will make his : JEWELERS, rimilt and III the Nupn'iim ( on if. H|>wlnl far 1\lIorohnn.c1I.se: '
pleasant society. Plenty of labor, etc., rllltle! for Examining and IvrfrrtliiK Land I : ,
Improving ERn home
.1\11Ie.: Who brought the for the winter.The.OlrilltmlUl t
'ritH villo Titles ( '
: Flu 'nrres'a.ndene nollrltml frtmi CUIni r
close
Ilry dock to this place? W. H. GlcasonI by. Price, 1000. Two years time .. ant anil llrlra to Xpanlhli. llranu. 1l'lhourne, Fla.
believe whlcli has done more for the tree at the went aide If desired. Robbins Graham, Titus- Money tn lemon 1 ....
sell
JolhoiiRO l
lace than anything el l was not mentfoned. Then again, all the everyone. seemed pleased with their prcHents. Watches; netting of Diamond' and other Hats Shoes Clothing; Goods 1 J '

{other Improvements that wo going on Special' Ilar 'nins. Precious toll"". T\K. M. D. t.. GODSON, Dry
[dally; dealing: land, planting out trees, J. W. Ilutton, propilctor of Ralph's Alligator and Hog Tusks Carved and Just Arrived. t'pll'nllltl01l0dll.
shrubs, etc.,tto., by the Mdwrs. Wilson, Hotel, New York, arrived on the Lake Mounted for cane-hcadK, brooches, etc
Illogg, Roescli, Walton;IIarlson, Turner, this week, and will be employed at the Fur Sain by Ituhblnn Il Graham.1st. Shell Jewelry inn te. Sl'KCLVLIST IX OPERATIVE, SUUOI OILS, PAINTS, HARDWARE: LEAD: ', .
eta Give honor to whom honor is due Cocoaiiut Grove In 8, H. HAY 8 new building, opposite
louse this IIl'allon. A small grove of alp trees upon DRUGS. GROCERIES, GIUIN
corner from Pontofllce. CAL A MECHANICAL DENTISTRY
apd not outride the settlement fish ,
I ing for names go to pile In the Eau ,Gallie The Breluford Bros have had their a five acre lot In Turnbull Hammock, Prompt attention to all orders by mal Of all kinds, ; and In fact a full line of

I items of the Star. The 'correnponden front much Improved liy being! leveled one mile north of town. Some of the or oUl\'r\\1,1'. 21 nov Tin-8VlU.E, FI.ORIIIA. ever)thing. Call and examine. 11 .

[may thinkSt a cheap way.of gaining customers to the Ben-wall, and It is now one of the trees are beating ((12 years old). Price I --

,,but he will find in the end it is amlltake. moMt attractive in Palm Beach. 1000. D:: 11. I.. WILLS, T. T7K7"

I FAIR PLAY. The best, dance ever held on Lake 2nd. Forty acres of Turnbull Hammock Eau Gallie Meat Market. PHYSICIAN R..ogOrS,
A SURGEON
Worth was at Mr. David Brown', on DEALER: IN CLOTHING, '
Convention. New Year's Eve. A great many were near Jones Wiley's farm (n e J A graduate of the University of Penn

present, and the Hypoluxo bond furnished of s w i of sec 6,121, r' 35)) at tM.00 per sylvanln, and an experience of twenty; Gents. Furnishing Goods, Shoes, Hats

the music. At four a. m., when the acre. One third cash, balance In five yearn In practice, offers his sonlce tll< Umbrellas '
GE.BOIANA, FLA., Jan., Ii, 1801. party broke up, all united in saying It year at 8 per cent, or will lease for five All kinds of fresh Meat the citizens of Tltu \lllo and vicinity.orricKi Caps, Trunks, Valises, :

I Eat Coat Advocate: wan here.the most enjoyable dance ever held year at 3.50 per acre, per annum, with and Vegetables OVRR J. w. imo ns A ('0. FINE CIGARS, Etc ,
The
only house In town '
At the nwquest of a number of citizen privilege of purchase at above price. An RUE P ELY, chilly of GenU.' Furnishing making Uood a *'po Ou

of Brevtnd Co., we hereby call a mass excellent chance for party of limited. Ice, etc., for Sale. LA Drop in and
convention of those who Advocate oxnmlne my itockand
the Melbourne. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 17rn DIST
prohibition of the traffic In alcoholic means to acquire a fine property FAMILY ORDERS SOLICITED AND compare prior C'aMh cusomereom !
Notary Public for the BUM at L rgo.Ciintnotor mand .
3rd. Choice selections of high hammock every consideration
beverage; to meet at 'Cocoa, Friday, PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. and Ilulliler of over SO jresn to t'ompetlt01'llclRlm a
Jan. 9th, at one oI' lock IP. m., to take ,Weather land, within one mile of Mlm rlcov. Natural Flnlnh a Specialty. cape. confer. *

action to assure representation at the unusually cool. station, In lot to suit, from five acres O. JT. YOUNG, .. MEUIOt'K.NK,,FLA., Call when convenient. First door
State ,:A of ---- ------ -- south
convention to be held at Ocala the party twelve friends sat down to of ADVOCATE offlre.
at $30.00 land
up, : per acre. No better 9 Manniror 1'
14th Inst MI elegant supper at Capt. Hector's Hotel William: : : F"u'toh, JM I
While'It'' Is not the pnrpose of this )[Melbourne, on Monday evening. la the State as to quality, healthful location

of meeting any who to place may any desire obstacle to attend In the way the< Messrs. Fee and XeidiUt are prepar t.e actual or shipping settler facilities. Easy term GEO. ALTREE, done Drayman.Hauling at reasonable. rates. Attends to DIXON & GRAY;*, 1't

Ocala tag to repair the "Elinor" so M to have all departing, and meets all arriv.lag Dealer In
convention It 'I desirable that
some representative, be*assured and to her ready for the work which Is ezpec 4th. Good, high, large size lots, east BROIER AND COMMISSION AGENT, train Drags, ChemIcals Perfumery Toilet

secure it, this action I II thought neces ed. .f Ice Factory, at $40.00 each.18tf Titusville Fla. Order left with G. B. Rumph or at '
ADVOCATE office will receive prompt Articles Fine Soaps Stationery
sary.All Shelving Is all in Mr. Hector's new Agent> for Pianos and Organs Florida attention. ,
who desire the advancement of the ;
tore, and painters are at work. It will Brick and Lime; New Process Gasoline JEWELRY,
cause*f prohibition, pure politics, and be a few GRAND YIEW HOTEL
only days now before opening Stove that cannot explode. .4.. Prosohor, SPECTACLES ABEW1NO :
good government, are cordially Invited
,
to be present. I In. day. Win at all time handle every dUcrlpt- TITU3V1LLE, FLA., MACHINES

C. MAY, Chrm.F. Mrs S. F. Glbbs It adding'stock business Ion of New and Second Hand Furniture. Keep S full supply of Metallic and Guns, Pistols., Sewing Machine and
W.JJunson: Sect. to his otter interests; at least ,we TITUSVILLE, In fact will get anything to supply the Wooden Machinery llepalrexl. Watches, Clock :&,<,
see a cow and calf on his place which wants of the People.Tradesmen's Coffins" Cases and Canketa. and Jewelry a Specially
New'Year'u will do for a beginning. Indian River Fla.I. Soiled btock Disposed of. School Book and School
,
A Supplies
Funeral
Jolty ay Party. Will sell on Commission by private treaty; attended If desired. All or-
Subscription taken
Pineapple lands along the river are be M. MABBETTE, PBOPB. or Public Auction, anything you want den promptly executed, and at reasonable for Newipj at puMUher' prices
tag rapidly bought The rate Embalming done. 8 Books, Magazine, etc. ;
up. exemption to turn Into money.'! ti aj
Eat Coat Advocate: from frosts, of the Prescription carefully compounded at ) <
peninsula, make It Cash advanced on Goods for abso .,
Pardon me this time, If I: take up a particularly attractive to Investors. This II the moat central_ unpn lintel In m town.n __ _, lute sale. P. J'. TTATX, any time, day or night. 1 'i'.r' ; :

little space in your valuable journal. I I Two gentlemen from Asbury Park X. .
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CONTRACTOR
and 1* only one minute' walk front the 6t DUILDER, Druas 'h'I
must tell you what a Jolly time we had J., are on on the river prospecting aac I :
on New Year1 day. 'Capt put his.splendid steam yacht "Ramona"at day *r two and were much pleased with Patent
Medicines
Landing 18
the Estimate furnished '
on application. ,
the disposal of a party of friend; anda place. Jacksonville Florida.The Correspondence and solicited ;f >
Jollier time was never spent, than onboard Mr. W. II. Powell, of Chicago, arrived patronage MUIO f
the "Ramona" on that day. And Saturday and Is quartered at the ..Riverside. EDEN Elegant Perfumery and,, Toilet t Article 1.

read 1 What spread-the spread.eagle Mr. Powell has extensive proper. M. B. ZDvxxx33Loll.pBRICKLAYER .. ,.
No, sir I But we did honor to him ty'Interests in this vicinity and has spent Travelers, corner Bay and Cedar Kept constantly on hand at'J" t. v '# .
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all the same, In the shape of plum-pud several winters here. streets, Jacksonville, Fla. A new brick & PLASTERER ..... ;,:
ding, pies, tarts, sweets of' all kinds, hotel, nearest to all railroad station and ; I
etc., eta The after cabin was pretty The Melbourne present a fine appearance PINEAPPLE steamboat landing Especially adapted 33. Scre ven'1 s, +
well stocked with the good people of lately with nearly every room lightedup to transient buslnes Elegantly fur. Titusvillo, Fla. :g !

Melbourne, at the town wharf; then the at night It must form an attractive Dished room, single or en tuttf. Tablea Work contracted fur DHUG STOKK. Yoh''<
on of
genial Captain order to cad off sight to people who are so unfortunateas good a* the be t. This hotel wu built, any part
gave 'Indian
River.
and to be out sailing these cool nights. furnished and operated as a $1.00 a day 8 Also f' *
make for C. J. Hector1 wharf, where PLANTATION. I the latent Newspapers, Period! "
another party of friends embarked and Oranges are going forward In small house; rate are now reduced to $2.00 a JDO cat, etc X "'
filled the fore cabin. All on board, order Iota, most of the river grower preferring day, while the service I la better than ever. McAllister .J.
were given the pilot to steer for to wait tlU prices are better and not Breakfast from A to 0; lunch from It AC FOIL .
Turkey creek, where we arrived all well place their fruit In competition with T. =1. B.l.ohard: to 230; dinner from 530: to 7SJO.: This .. ',. {:if '
with sharpened appetite Then orders that that must be rushed off, for fear of Eden Indian Hirer Florida. I* the only hotel In Jacksonville serving !I Contractor for ik,1
were given to take Bounding, that we frost. $ regular meals at these hours. All other r Wines & A
:
,might lie at anchor In perfect safety the are at leant one hour later. Use the j Artesian Wells Spirits .
order wa* promptly obeyed, and we Mr. ft. W. Andrews, we are pleased to Traveler omnibus, the ticket live 23! ; ,
brought up in-well, I forget the exact hear, Js recovering from his indisposition HODGES & GODFREY. cent on each person each way. _#
depth-it was either three feet nine and gaining In strength rapidly; and Kan Gallie, Fla. :Basra. ':"
II In better health than '"
InchM.. or nine feet three Inches-and at any time far- Manufacturer of Burton K. Barrs, -- lod-6mu
there we lay as steady as if we were-on the past two years. Mr. Andrew.-ha a' -- 7 ,, :.: I\' e.
shore. Than out all the great many friends on the river who will 10 Proprietor. "
came Yellow
good
nor
hear with pleasure of his Pine Lumber W. N.HENDRY.Dealer CIGARS ETCr, ;
thing Well, I can't tell you all we did recovery. ,

have, but each one thought they weighedsome Mr. Julius Tyler's steamer which has HOUGH .A DBK88EU, In THE FINEST QUALITYf. ''' t6
pounds heavier than when they heeD so long lying at the city wharf Orange Box H wl., .
embarked. After doing Justice to the awaiting repairs, has gone to Eau Gallie Fimlt Vep&abl. C....... $ oo TO d
Inner man, Turkey creek orange grove where the new boiler and engine of the Lumber delivered at any part of Indian River QYkW General Merchandise !'

wa the cry, and then-Oh I What alight Kathleen will be placed aboard of her. on*through bolldlnr bill on of the lading.Rut Gout Anyone would euntenplaUIn do well to Losloy & Itenaker. ; : ,:

Such oranges, as one eoly sees The old boiler, after being repaired, on wrote for pri.-. The KawiulU U iltoatad on toe DRY GOODS, '
on Indian River Mr. Minor was busy trial developed so many weak places that J..?&: K. W. Ity, II milei .....th of falatka.ArenU Families Supplied. ,

with his men packing the golden fruit tKathleen emed unsafe. We hear, the :Cocoa,E. Blillnj; Kau Oalll. Eugene NOTIONS, "
for the frozen orth. will have a new and larger engine Srainerd. *mo,pdSataunia 110MILti '

Then we ran across to Melbourne and boiler, by the aid of which they lllglit, Piitiian co., Fla. MIIU STATIONERY, Titusville Meat Market.
Beach, paid our respect to old Neptune, I Lope to increase her speed. { ,
And then home again, with many thank r .t( Choice Groceries f.
A party of seventeen chartered the ----
to Capt. George and hi* crew, for a very .f.4 IS.! J
pleasant New Year's day. Masonic steamer> Kathleen to convey them to the O :.-; r lei 'ea BUMS, FLA. 3 ALL KI.D* or ...
Among those on board, were Mrs W. entertainment at Cocoa, on the :f .
II. Gleason Mr. and Mrs. Wllsoh Mrs. 2nd Inst, returning next morning after d 1
Ktrawbridge,, Mrs. Carter, Mr. and Mr*. sunrise; tired of course, and chilled by 3 Xf. "W' STVr.'l.'JL'JLJL, Fresh and Salt Meats, Eggs. '

Branch, Mr*. Johason Mr. and Mr*. J. the north wind, but having enjoyed a I CINCINNATI;:. .II Drayman e :
'i ,
O. delightful evening. The program was Oysters Fish Fruit A
Walton Mix Johnson flu Carter, Qulcknt.CfHunartnumt Yegetibles "
rather lengthy but was well received Will attend to all kind of ,
Mia Carson Mia Ruthi Wllnon Dr.Brainerd ; and Pullman Faun Hauling, '. '
,. Messrs. R. Canon, W. M. and the dancing wa a great attraction. .I'i. :: Can thnugh.wltb.-t cnanef, making dire" promptly, cheaply and expedltlously. UI .11:4110.: '
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The recitation by Mrs. Lewis D. Luck io' cuuueitlunla
Gleason and Claude OXK Walton.: or THE FAJOT. wood of "Robe -t 'Lincoln" WM well 1 iii CKNTRAr. 1'MO.V ST LOUIS I Will deliver baggage for passenger CASH yon I-OUtTHY EGGS, VZ $..
delivered and htalt1IYIPl'lauded. LrX/r for arriving or departing on train steam- TABLES ETC.
:oI ::! or z}
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sal the WEMT and with
Tliruugn ear line for
The entertainment given by the Ladles' "" !'" boats. 10 L:. J. IIAVIS 4
Market Iteitew. 1 Manager.
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Guild was attended by a much larger Ire CHICAGO :::TH.WUT. Can be found at the Railway fitatlo ,

number than It :wa thought possible to sS c au' ..U, eY or at my re M nc* In ftoutk TltusvID OUR HEW IMPROVED SIHCE8; #
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= DETROITBUFFALO
Reported by G. 8. Palmer, Wholesale procure. The was gone H :a .. fur
sing or. ... U. S. Mall Carrier ft Isis" ant, wail ww.aniTtat.eo
CommlMftion Merchant in Fruit and Pan through without a hitch anywhere. iisndlb.! : A: a.L a

dace, 100 Reade Street, New York. The hall was beautifully decorated; the O a.. ? .oi .. -
JAXUAJSY :5th, 180L ment booths of supplied useful and with fancy an articles elegant,assprt-which Me,tt... NEW ORLEANS Xotlo .. hereby gives that kl a mactlng of the I r

The market continues to rule firm on sold rapidly. The supper was abundantand Jackwn, Vlckiburg, Point la Mockboki.r. awl utraetun of Ib. Ewt: CUM. I I
: rwuportttlon c.Ankle II. at the
Florida orange Receipt not excessive; excellent; and. as we heard it frequently k ...As TEXAS and". ....f the uld Coiniway wu amcniUd to r.by.la. MM Ny fl4PSi:
all desirable line of fruit selling expressed, it wa the best entertainment i :Ate w ErlT.Peeaeoten followt "Anltt II.of .".......ce The es pUl -
fancy
via this Une are afforded an excellent I Mink ol thU ouuiMaf dull b. ':IUIIUU.IIU ia S (
ever held In Mdbuurne. And w few of Lookout Mountain and lurruondng ... Im fuU. '
$3.00 to 13.25. medium grade $2.73 to pall up k h all bedhlded .. !
out of all it w a* a success financially, Hl.tub.dxuery.S. lou.a...&... /Y'a.ee.erb.. Kochwr.meat y. .
$100: ; russets $2.50 to $2.75; tangerine netting nearly one hundred dollars. We Town Tax Notice. *u/ .u*k ibiJI to .|KUW| by lbs frwiitoiilnd q di
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HOO to$5.00 ma.ndarinlf2.M to $3.50 hear the ladies propose to give-another UtMUd by tlM Secretary, with the Mal of
; ; entertainment either dramatic Notice U hereby gives that the Ion tax bonk C. lUr, S. K. Paw. Agt., Atlanta Oa. the ourpuntluo. CurU&LMW ot stuck way Umurml -WLLLl.tLIUO" lid '
cucumber $1.00 to $2.50.beets $1.50; soon, or are now open fur the payment of &aa_. The D. J. UIU.AXKY, Dir. 1'ass. Agt. Chat- hall by iHdurwncBi, and.....Urn Mneratan PjfUA-.bfl:: +
Iwcp a nand of &be .
musical, fur either of which Melbourne traost.rreand
buoka
will
eluae MtaloLo, :
on 31.1 I
January 'I. ,. .
ton .
peas $3.06 to string bean $L23 orr.adar tit all
$4.00; baa abundance of home talent. We Tn eolleelvr will IM In his oOce tanooga. .k rrtlHitM spun the j'a
an adJbU>lug the !
Muba of the.tirk ...... E-IS UaCK T11At '
,=; tomatoe from $1.50 to $$150 eggplant hope it will be equally<< enjoyed and m puetoffice, daIJ,.,from 11 It .. nv, and tram I to 4 p. D. G. EDWARDS! d. I'. A: T. A., "iUcoc ul UM uwiubmbjp wblvb ut UM record vorvutuiua.Wauca shall be. ....P'?. 00.1 IQ1"n.Z.aut'1JI;. <

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DRIFTING DOWN. ted : Y iflfteenee than the character of the indi f HOUSEHOLD MATTERS.; -
pot came out'on her brown AGUICULTQ1UL.- > '
cheeek sadden
{ yet met his, : dumbness smote "iduallmit.
Goo the ripple and Ou ru he. lightning* flashed undef the
.curly gate- beet the plteotwly. geStiCulating hands 3. Very heavy manuring does not lessen BAKED CA1VK81 ITVBn.
Of tho Jo..lOng of thy thrusbes way of her eye*.
; fell into her lap, and ,the shrank'backinto : r6ductiveness.
Gone. tbe roues In the cloMS of tie garden;and Hero -wiu the opportunity' at last-' the shadow' rones ov INTKHICSTTO nELA'tlitE t> of sods nor muriate Baked calves'liver U a dish that i II
the blushes Coming, It wa true in' no peptic guise, "I-I don't understand said she. FAUSl AND OAKDKN. 4. Neither nitrate tomato only to) be eaten to be appieciated. w
1 Of the iky verbena creeping surrounded .by no attractive circumstance utJt was StrangeMabel declared, .' of potash alone are soil.profitable the liver in cold water and wipe it jT

By the old louth wall and stepping *, but an opportunity all the same. art hour afterward, 'In recountidg the A GOOD AND CHEAP FERTILIZER. manures upon thin setting of stocky plant Cut A long deep hcle id the tide and jn
1 5. Very early
All It* sweetness in the sunshine of the "Louisa, said she, ".1w1ll: sell them whole story to faithful Zuleima "how I and it with a dressing made ofbr'ead crumU.
for Buy a (barrel or bag of finelj ground in the field, even in dark raw
bashes you. minced bacon and onion salt
sleepy summer to
; could ever be so blind I And it's taste
And ever '("It all, in a gold And crimson Ton, Miss Mellcn?" still that he should love 'me so stranger dearly! bone and mix with an equal quantity of: weather augmented easiness and productiveness small piece of buttcr.apd one well-bcatq
pall, "Yes. strong hard wood ashes, wetting,and this season. Sew tie the liver
Why not?
skid Mabel, with Such an idiotic little failure as I've better results egg. or together, 1m,}
Over mignonette grown ,tawny, and o' rITA8IIeII curious, little, dry laugh. "I hod a proved myself! Say, Zuleima,"'do 'you mixing thfl mass gradually with three or 6. Seedlings gave far the top, and bake in a moderate ores,
brown stall in four pails full of water. Use a hoe or than cuttings.
broniing once afanc fair.
Serve
Whllhouldn't think I'm half for basting frequently. with
good him
With a rnstle and a whir, and a sal and I sell tippets and cape and mittens I'll "Certainly I do," said enough Zuleima. shovel for miing, and be sure to have 7. :Trimming the plants ht1y late insumincf gravy and current jelly.\ -JT w J.JWorld. the
solemn stir! out with the materials! thoroughly blended.' The a greatly increased yield.
go the basket this very day. 'Do think"'.. her face gave ., ,
you putting ,
The loaves are drifting down, dear; oh, the Am the prlcfes all marked" very close to the elder sister's "that I action of the alkali on the bone will be 8. A double monstrous flower upona -
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leaves are drifting down I She did not even consult Zuteima, this shall make a good minister's wife?" to dissolve it, forming a soapy compound, young plant is no indication that succeeding BREAKFAST DISHES.
ind the bulk will be increased about wilt
the .
one- flowers same plant
Come the morning gray and chilly, I impetuous"Zuleima, impulsive will be child of one idea. "lIe thinks so,"said Zuleima. '_'Andthat' third. -This mixture is worth more than' be double and produce upon irregular fruits. Fish makes capital breakfast ,,]lih j ,
Come the night serene and sure to oppose the enough."_Saturday Right. flaked tossed In-a littlo'white
stilly. plan," said he. "There'll be thou- double the amount of the bet commercial -, But varieties which habitually bear sauce of
Comes an airy midnight fairy, tracing fern. sand-and-one good and sufficient a reasons Waterloo ,.Bridge. fertilizer, and is excellent for most double flowers ire also the ones which butter, seasoned and served piled 01
and rose and lily Let the lie few croutons fried bread or made iota
why T shouldn't undertake the There any crop. mass a days habitually bear irregular fruits.
On the window panes that gliiten. good are eighteen bridges over the before fall cutlets, or steamed in little molds
Orleans and
using.-NeUl Timtt-Demo weather in
and dark early
work. I will be a'hcroinel!I I will Thames within 9. Cool
practice the boundaries
While in dreama the of London.A served with
children listen ar.chovYlllluce, or in
crat. draw omelets.
fall frosts the leading !!
whatMr. : and early are
To the awing of skates that ring, and shout Rockioghnm preaches: I Where'sthe nineteenth bridge, the largest of all, culture in the Eggs again are excellent. The followi
of all backs to profitable tomato
use
that echo my good resolutions if I and the only one :with a draw,, is dish
shrilly approaching makes a pretty : Have
; muchas very read
avoid these as
haven't the moral to face HAIX BTOBVS ASD POULTBT. North. To dangers ;
And ever, ever still, in the hollow, on the courage an completion near the Tower. some boiling lard and slip into it as
started
I be early
emergency like this? Of the eighteen bridges the ugliest is Diseases that affect fowls in winter are possible plants must many
bill, I I whole as require and let
So she. took the the continuance of and forced rapidly. eggs you them
splint-basket and Lambeth more prevalent during
(some critics it is the .
the roadside say ugliest fat
By where tbe sunflower lifts fry stirring the the whole time
aloft a ruined crown, started bravely out into the raw, chill bridge ever built), and the mosl rainy weather than during a cold period. 10. The essential general points in profitable circular mction. so at
atmosphere of tho November day with a imposing i* Waterloo. Of this bridge Clear, cold weather, when the air is dry, ] tomato culture are these: Careful to keep up a Whet'
LIke the dear old dreams of youth dreams cooked lift them out and
serve on
valiant heart. Canova said: "It is the noblest in the seldom affects poultry unfavorably, and selection and breeding; early sowing; croutons
of honor
tame and truth, of fried bread
"It will be fun she at such times there is or at least occasional, trans spread with cither
Forever assured herself; world.: It l 111 worth coming from Rometo nothing to prevent frequent,
drifting falling down.from us, do tho leave keep bnt nevertheless the two red pots glowed London to see." DupIn, a celebrated turning the hens outside, giving them planting to obtain stocky plants;rich soil, ham or anchovy butter C'itufn.SQUASH won. a bud of

hotter still in her cheeks, and there camea French engineer, called it "a colossal' litter to scratch in and allowing them to well prepared and well tilled. spinach.-Drootlyn ,
Let the summer set in splendor, suspicious fluttering under her belt- monument, worthy'of Sesostris and the keep by healthy exercise; but poultry of 11. There is evidence that rarities of -
Let the summer tribute renJer buckle, when she rang* the bell of the Caesars," The Czar Alexander I. of all kinds suffer from some one or more of tomatoes run out, even.under good cul PIE.
Dridalikebeautybrldelike dutyevery charm nearest house in the humdrum little red- Russia declared it the finest 'work of the various ailments due to exposure to ture. Peel a'llubbard squash, cut in pieces
divine and tender, .' brick row thot she had selected for the masonry in the world." damp weather. Roup is disease that 12. The best market tomatoes appear about two inches square,remove the seeds
To the conquering king,who loudly scene of her first triumphs. Waterloo Bridge connects the Strand seldom puts in an appearance in dry from our tests to be Ignotum Favorite without taking away any of the substance
All in trumpet tones and proudly Madam: ," as tho door opened, not with the mid-Surrey bank of the Thames; weather. The dampness is also fatal to Bay State, Atlantic, and perhaps Ruby of the squash and put it to steam in t
Tell the story of his captive, and her passionate ,, quite three-quarters of an inch, and a it is 13SO feet along, or with its graded chicks during: the winter. Tho best among the red varieties; Beauty, :Mikado colander closely covered in a pot of boiling -
-- surrender purple nose, surmounted by a dirty lace approaches, 2426 feet long. It is built of remedy is shelter, a warm, tight house ; and possibly Potato Leaf among the pink water; or place it in a porcelain
And with the leaves that fall, in a rich and cap, became faintly visible in tho crevice, granite, yet its grace, as well as its and the fowls confined during damp days, or purple varieties; Golden Queen among lined saucepan, without water, and set
royal pall "will you allow me to show you-" strength commends admiration. It rnn- or until the weather becomes clear.- the yellow sorts. it over a gentle fire whore it will soften
O'er the rose heart's crumpled crimson, and "I don't never buy nothing at the slats of nine semi-elliptical n arches,-each Farm and Ftrttide. 13. Among the novelties Rubin'amd slowly without burning, stirring it occasionally

the grass grown dull and brown, door!" shrilly answered the owner of the of 120 feet span, and thirty.five feet Chemin Market are most promising.Corndl .- to prevent burning, or boil
Let the bitterness, the strife, all the ill* of purple nose. high, supported on pier which are thirty OCTAGONAL BUIXS.Tho Unitcriity Agricultural Bulletin it until tender in sufficient water to cover
life 80 Mabel tried the next doorknob.A feet thick at the foundations, dIminIshing advantages of octagonal barns are it.
00 drifting drifting ,down dear! with the spectacled old woman, with a double to twenty feet at the springing of economy: of space, cheapness structure, FAnit AND OA11DHX NOTES. When' the squash ia tender drain it
leave go drifting down I chin and a big1 cameo brooch, bounced the archeg. Each pier is eighty-seven ,, and Stiffness of the frame. As the largest \ beds'with tntil it is quite free from water and rub
-The New York Ledger. suddenly out at her.. i. feet in length, with Gothic cutwatci space is contained within the shortest Mulch your strawberry it through n sieve or a fine colander with
T "Woolen shoulder-capes said! she. points. The bridge was opened on the line in a circle, the nearer the approachto straw. I a wooden spoon or potato masher. Mix
,.W 'al, I dunno., Whatye ask for 'em lecond anniversary of the battle of Waterloo this that can be made gives the most Use gravel on all your walks and keep one quart of the squash so prepared with
PROM DOOBJTO DOOR. Lemmo[ have a look. Mittens Lat I June 18, 1817.-Cotton Herald.A room for the length of wall and surface out of tho mud.Buckwheat one quart of milk, four eggs well beaten,
shouldn't think there'd be no wear to of roof. The frame is put up in the bran, is more nourishingthan one tablespoonful of mixed ground cinnamon -
XT HELBtt] FOBBKBT GRAVES. them things. Ef :je'll leave some of the Remarkable Diamond. ordinary manner, with studs or posts set wheat bran. i ,. mace and ginger:; one teaspoonful
:Mabel Mellen sat pensively before the comforters till my son Zcko comes home A large' diamond was recently found in the sills, the plates are halved together Whore food is cooked for animals of saltand one' cupful of sugar, and use
blazing cannel coal fire, with Pug in her to try 'em on, I might make a sale for in the De Beers Consolidated Mines at at the corners and strengthened with iron there is less waste. | it to fill two large: pie plates lined with a'

lap and two very decided tears in her ye." Kimberly, South Africa, by a native, plates bolted through the timbers. The too in stable good plain pastry. Do not cover the
,oft brown eyes. Her pink Wattoau I "Oh, I couldn't do thatl" gasped says the J lll l,,',', WetLly., If was in two corner rafters are double the size of the causes Standing a horse to long have scratches.a dirty j pies with pastry but grate a little nut-
wrapper wa very becoming, and her pet Mabel. pieces, 'one weighing}- carats and the others, and are bolted to the plates with meg over the top or sprinkle over the.
rose-buetx in tho window was just coming "Oh!I" said tho old woman with a toss other 251 carats* ,The,remarkable feature angle irons. They rest on purline plates, It pays to keep the wheels of your grated :yellow rind of a lemon.-Julia
into bloom: but these facts'were no of her head that had nearly unsettled the of the stone is Its shape as, with the to which they are spiked, and short wagon well covered with a coat of paint.If Gorton! in Chicago Neiei.TOMATO .

consolation. All the same, Mabel was spectacles. "Ain't willin to' trust' me, two; pieces joined, ,it measures two and a rafters may be,used. The centre of, the properly managed during growth a -
very unhappy. eh? Wall, then, I guess ye'd better go half inches long, one inch broad sadthreequarters roof consists a of small octagonal space boar can be used when: eight months old. ]lIB t1E.
'My dear," said the sago elder sister, along." of an inch thick. which may be used for a cupola. The American Shropshire breeders are buy Many popular soups are made from
who was all the mother she had ever And she shut the door in Miss Mellen's It is crystalized more in the form of cattle are ranged on'the outside, the ing the best sheep to be found in Eng tomatoes. One of the most fashionableof

known, "I wouldn't fret about itl"! face.Third ordinary quartz, except that, instead of, stalls being narrower at the head to con- land. I these is tomato bisque, a. new recipefor
Mabel raised the Uquld brown eyes, customer apparent bawled out being hexagonal, it'is of' the11 prisms tic form to the shape of the building, and Give the cow as much ease and comfort which is here given tOne
ringed' around' with dark lashes. froni from, ,the back ,kitchen that form, having only three sides. At one the feeding is all done from the inside at.'possible, but keep the hen at can of tomatoes, or enough fresh
"But I am sure," said she, "that he 'she didn'twantanythlng." end-the base-it has a flat cleavage where the feed is stored and the hay work. ones to equal, that amount; one pint of
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preached, directly at me. JOb', I/>don't The fourth was a tall, sallow-faced plane on the slant, and there is no doubt chutes are made; The hay and grain are j thin sweet, cream, ,one-half teaspoonful
think be should hare'done that!" 'who read :Mabel lecture that to make'it thore stored on the other sides, leaving 'the Millet or Hungarian hay, run through
woman, a on the a perfect crystal, machine is ,of soda, ,one ,generous teaspoonful of
"Nonsense dear I"said Zuleima. I III centre for threshing, etc. This kind of cutting a good feed for,
Y ray propriety of giving up this- gadding. another piece about three-quarter of sugar, one, tablespoonful of minced \
,One of the big round drops, detached bout-the-strccts> business and taking up an inch long that should be added to it, barn' has been' fouod'exceedingly' -con. sheep. onion, one tablespoonful Of corn starch,
itself from the curly lawhej.aad fell," th some creditable work, and which may yet be found in the sort- venient.-ffett York'''Tintei. It does not pay even with a short corn one tablcspoonful of' butter, one-half

a plash, directly Pug's fine, 'sbc f.Jike Tho girl was beginning to feel weak- ng. crop to sell. hogs" before, they are "well pint of boiling water, two tablespoonsful -

nose. kneed and trembling now, the rose- spots At the other end, or top,' it 'comes to "JlUILDI1iQ, .A GRltHHOCIK' :': KLUK. fattened. i of rolled'crackers, pinch of cayenne
"What else would he hare'me' to dot" on her, heek' 'had widened into' a decided a blunt point, and it 'is this piece that JtJsot im'cult'to b rid.a greenhouseflue \ Young leavesfor some reason, are less Pepper, and salt to .taste. Stew the
remonstrated 1lab l'tlltcoualy. "I belong flush all'over her face, and she was, broKen off. It is of a light brown so that tho draft will be satisfactory, liable to injury from spraying than the tomatoes with the water and onion' for

to all the societies,don't it AndI winced before tho-sallow-faced female's color.' To "anyonO not thoroughly ,acquaInted if the mechanic,knows.just how,to. do It; older ones I half an hour, then add sugar, salt and
go to all the services, and I visit every larsh, words as if they had been blows. with rough diamonds it would but unfortunately the'r.'.five few masons'or Never allow your horse to lose 'confidence -' pepper. Heat thin cream in a double

one of tho poor people in ray district. "I haven't sold an article-not one I" appear a pieco of, .brown quartz as thq bricklayers who possess this information in you. To keep iU confidence i*' boiler and add the soda., Rub butter
'Does he want mo' to go to Africa and be murmured }Mabel ruefully viewing the- cleaved or broken, end naturally form. and the result is that the flues'of the half the battle. I I 'and flour to a paste, thlu with a little of

a missionary, I,wonder? 'Or Join 'a'sisterhood I tumbled contents cf her basket. "Oh,* the'base of the quartz formation, as ifit novice smoke and often, ruin the plants. Do not try to 'w\nter\ pig unless yon> the hot cream, and stir, into the double
and wear a horrid black night: dear I And I am 10 tired, and it makes bad grown on the rocks. The coatings The secret of the whole matter consists, can provide them1 with a dry, warm shelter boiler just, as the cream reaches the
capover my hair, and go about ,wlthou, ., me feel 10 ashamed, when those peoplo more like that of tho river diamonds.It first,'in setting the furnace several feet; ;' It will not pay. boiling point. Cook for a few moment
_ peaking to anybody talk so ak 'mel'and, stafo'' so tudely'and is valued at 110000. I below the surface, and second, ia havinga till well thickened. Press tbe tomatoes
"I'm quite sure that jio don' ,want lam the door; in .my face.- But-oh, gradual rise in tho flue from the furnace -; Hogs,are, good in their place but, do through a colander, add the thickened
anythjng! of tho sort,".:'saidoleimar; ] dear, this isn't being a heroine! The Inflexible Will' of Fasten. to 'the point of entrance into the not go to an extreme'and depend Upon 'cream, stir, in 'the, rolled crackers tad

gently With a resolute rallying of her quail- "It is astonishing; what feats a moo can chimney. Whore the [flue is long' tho them alone for'profit.Too serve at once.. I( prepared according to
"I'm ready: ,to. hiako ,nuy ,''sacrifice," ng, spirit, she .ran up the, steps of a perform when impelled by an inflexible earth should be excavated to the depth of much feeding of corn to>> breeding the directions there ia no danger of cur
8ald/1oIabelunconeiously/ tweaking Pug' ruinous wooden house and rang. An will, which nothing; can swerve.from the of five feet, where the furnace is to be hogs inclined to make thoitE feverish.It dling, and the bisque is rich, and delic-
--I wrinkly ears in her enthusiasm until untidy woman bawled at her out of the proposed goal. We'hear of fosters who, placed, and a furnace of arched fire-brick contains too much heat. I j ious. If served at lunch in cups, a tea-
that. much enduring/ beast uttered a )elp witdow: overhead: like Succi, remain for' several weeks fitted with grates, and a tight frame and Lime added to the araeaites for, tbe spoonful of whipped cream on the top of
anguish. "It isn't work that I'm afraid "Wh> don't you pull the bell wire out without taking into their system any sub' doorsshould be firmly] built. The opening purpose of spraying fruit trees tends to each cup renders it more attractive
of. Didn't I wash all the littlo Riley while you're about it?, Don't ye know stance except pure water. In 'India into the flue should rise gradually till it prevent injury to the foliage., Good Uouteletpifig.HOUSEHOLD.
children's faces lat week for the mission there's sick woman i% the house?" _' there, are men who go to oven greater ex. reaches tho surface, and 'thenicontinuo .
school, find mend Job any"Ituttkay's. horrid Almost the same moment the door .' There can be found fasten who rising, though leis rapidy' till it reaches: One is advantage in fattening reasonably
clothes so ho could go to,the anniversary opened."Doa'f. remain for several years without taking the chimney. In no eau shduld it drop early that a better opportunity is afforded HIKTS4Wellventilated
And I'm sure only'want tho sass tho lady, Mariar," said a anything except some grains of rice and an inch, if possible. The elevation need for providing a' good ration.If bedrooms will preventI
chance to bo a heavenly Una, or n gray smooth, oily voice. a little water. Some perform a still more not be much. One inch to tbe foot will proper attention were paid to grow' I I I morning, headaches and lassitude.A .
'nun, or a pilgrimess, or' any of those And a sinister-eyed man projected wonderful feat;, by means of a peculiar be sufficient; ,but th" flue should never ing timber one-half tho timber land i; couple of figs eaten before breakfast
people that give UI their, whole lives for his'disagreeable'visage '.almost ,close to process of auto-hypnotization they sue- be depressed In tho 'least, and it shouldbe might be kept to grow something else. I I make an excellent laxative, especially

_ ,thi_cause of humnaUy,. I'd do anything b lersl ; r ceed: in suspending for the time being as straight and smooth Inside as it is The best sized hog for home use will for children.,
to oelp my jellow creatures-yes anything "Eh- -vToostoa- goods- for- sale-tip- ill the normal functions of active life. possible to get it. weigh from 200, to 233 pounds, and When suffering from overstrained and
-I !" :, r 'its and knit gloves? Just precisely They stupefy, so to speak, the life of the These 'instructions ,are simple, but by should be young animal pushed to this tired eyes bathe them in hot water several -
Mabe's) lips quivered and an Involuntary -' what I'm ".",antin" my dear Oh, yes, body for an assigned period. They subsist following them many dollars and much weight at as early an ago as possible. times a day.A .
tremolo cnmo loto'her voice' I'll buy anything' such a pretty girl, has without solid food and even depive time and annryanre may be saved to the One of the principil: advantages in an I I pinch of soda beat to a foam in
iiuloion gazed Jmiringly: ; at her. to '0111! Set the basket down here, and themselves of those liquid and gaseous florist who, is building! flues withou a incubator is that tho eggs can be set to either molasses or honey will cut the
"I'm jure yon would, uiy darling,"said allow me....'J, elements which form our life. They practical knowledge' of their Construction. ', hatch at any time that is most desirable, phlegm from babies' throats.
he. \nd noxy if you feel inclined fora But Mabel jerked away the basket, of taste no drop of, water and draw, no .-. <*
good walk, you might take a glass of which he fain would have relieved her, breath for several weeks. broody is often disappointing.The I I I I on the nervous system and can be usefully -
jelly arc und to old Betsy Blundcll, in and with burning face and tuinujtuously "Indeed, if we are to believe the pi& will do his best to ranch an employed in insomnia,
Charcoal I street." throbbing breast, 'ran' away down the stories of such notable Europeans a* Dr. Among: the'very 'profitable fmits' to early market. The trouble is, the owner Tacks taken should be
"It's a shame she said to herself, street, never pausing untilthe came so Reyer, the famous German physiologist, which too little attention is genl'rally'sivcn does not know how to make this nat. |I well scalded before from carpets
ama
"(or: auf one to expect that sweet human violently iu contact with an umbrella Dr.' Sierke,'of Vienna, and llaecke),' the is the quince. Quinces will always ural propensity work to its greatest ca being used again
blossom to work any harder than abe coming around the, corner that the bas- naturalist, these Voghis, of whom Ibn bring a good price in the market pability. In Sweden 200 ppund precaution against the moth
doeK 1 do ,wish Mr. Rockinghaui wouldleave ket, 'with its contents, was scatteredover Kaldoua tells, cau pat themselves into a and often very extravagant figures are take the cake. pigs I When acid of any kind gets on'cloth-
ot! preitchiug those hArrowing ser the pavement already wet and deathlike trance, which often lost for obtained for them. Usually the quinces ing, spirits of ammonia will kill it., Apply
mons." muddy with the raw autumn ram. several months," -A'ta York Herald. brought to market are wormy,' knotted It is an error to say that swine shouldbe chloroform to restore the eolor.

Old :3cUy Blundell was as deaf and as "I beg .your pardon," she sobbed, and deformed, but if care is taken and Swine allowed to waUw in the mire. If you set anything' hot on oilcloth,
cross ay ever. It was always a tribulation ,'but-" Elaborate Politeness of the lUnJoo. large, fair fruit obtained, you will have are with partial it to should a clean bed. If and it burns white, drop on a little
provided they fatten
to go and see Dets). Nothing suited "Why, Miss Melleu, what are you running The elaborate politeness of an educated only to name jour, price. They have than if they have to do faster spirits of camphor; rub with, a dry
her, and the element of gratitude was away'from, ?'' cried a deepcheerful Hindoo is something remarkable. Here, often sold for f 2.50 a hundred, and are with mud. without, or cloth.
apparently left out of her nature. )OS8. for instance, is the way a young IlUidoo now retailing at (11 and $3 per bushel. simply j j The toughest fowl can be made eatable
She glared at Mabel as if she were an "Mr. Rockingbam! clerk recently wrote to- his employer: The borers which infest quinces more During the winter every advantage' if put into cold water, plenty of it, and
emissary of the Evil One. I And then Mabel burst out crying. "Most Exalted Sir-It is with the most than any other may be kept out by not should be taken to give the fowls plentyof cooked very slowly from five to 'jf
"Ttat last tea you left tasted smoky It was not until the mittens, capes and habitually devout expressions of my sensitive allowing the bushes to' branch out too fresh air and sunlight whenever the hours. .
snarled she; 'and I'm mortal certain the comforters were all gleaned off the pavement respect tint I approach the clemency near the ground, but should be prunedup condition of the weather wilt permit. Scalding hot water should never be
rice va damagei. I may be poor and returned to their original place, of your masterful position with the like a tree so that one can easily get They wilt'do better confined in stormy poured into dishes which have held milk
UtetlH', but that ain't nn reason 1 should and Mabel was sitting, chilled shivering self-dispraising utterance of my esteem, around them to cut out the borers, and weather, however. until it has been removed by cold
I be p'itoned. Jelly Wal, I s'pose you aDd sobbing at intervals, like a grieved and the also forgo ten-by.myself assurance to kill all gnus and weeds that sprint Herbemont and Delaware grape vines water, '
I may Joaye it, though there ain't much child in front ot the Are in the pastor's that in my own mind I shall be I reed up. Quinces will not bear neglect, and need protection. Lay them down from A clothes be cleansed
noqiithment in such kickshaws. Lou'sy study, that he began to comprehend the from the assumption that I am asking unpardonable if they cannot be attended to after being the trellis and protect a little, adding from the lint wringer that collects can easily the rollers
I she* kind o' complainiu, and maybe true nature of affairs, donations if I assert that I planted they had better not be started. more protection as the season advances '> cloth in on and
Ithe'llcatit." "It' no use trying," said Mabel. "I'm desire a short respite from my exertions: Gqod, clean land i* needed in a Ugh and the cold increases. The ordinary rubbing saturating it a kerosene
"J Louisa sick" not a heroine, and 1 never shall be one. indeed, a fortnigat holiday, as I am suffering state of cultivation; strong, rich loam soil will 'do in addition to straw. over.
N abet turned quickly around ,to.the I 1 thought I was going to do a good from three boils, as per margin. well drained; such laud asia required for Immature potatoes which have not It is a mistake, affirms culinary authority .
[batU-red old couch at the other side of work, but I haven't; I've only made a I have the honorable delight of subscribing large pear and celery culture. Ground been frozen so as to turn soft will ripen to cook corn a* much as moat
|the'room, where pleasant-faced girl' bf fool of myself and spoiled all poor Louisa myself your exalted reverence' servitor bone and wood ashes are 811'excellent in sunshine if picked from the vines. persons do. Long boiling does not make
about: twenty lay, covered with a faded Jlundel's things, and in my heart I'm Janjanbol Panjamjaub." An dressing spread over the ground in the If under glass all the better. They will it tender but hardens it like an egg
"blanket shawl. fuU of envy, haired, malice'and all uncharitableocss American clerk would do very different, fall at the rate of 1000 pounds to the also make a good pickle if red pepper over-boiled.
"Oh, it ain't muc". SIMs }[el1en, 'lIaid I Oh, why did you preach "Please, sir: 1 desire to be absent half a acre.The and onions are used in the combination. Starch Polish-A: piece of stearine,
at me?" attend the funeral of trees should be planted about candle spermacetll or white a* large
----- % n-"only rheumatism. But it crip- that sermon day tomorrow to mj Professor Henry, of the Wisconsin wax
l>lei mesa I cant: move off the couch, 'I. Mabell Preach at you 1" grandmother" Then he would rush otto ] eight feet apart and the space between Agricultural College fed two lots of as a robin's egg will give a nice gfoa
Lml I'd just got a bubhel o' them tippets "I know I'm awfully wicked! sobbed the baseball grounds.--2h d OrleantFieayum. may be used for growing, strawberries one oa corn exclusively and the otheron pigs, A teaspoon of salt to each pint of starch

n:4, capes knitted, aU' ready to carry the airl. "I can't ever be a saint or a _ _ low growing vegetables for the first year a ration of mixed grain, ia which prevents sticking. '
NIlUIi to the doors and sell..* dozen of m-tnukionary, and I'm not fit to come or 4*o. Plenty of manure should be mill-stuff largely When To Revive Old Bilk-WhaI1' silk has I
-ac. church and with other Millions of Monkey U ...ila.i used on the ground yearly.JVV0 Tort predominated. lost its
|'d put all my' money into the n say my prayers killed, the required to breaK the gloss and become limpy it may
teral, and I think they'd 'a Bold weU, ieopleI that car.', do the aimp>et i Monkeys are sacred aniraiU in India UtraU. bones was 435 power pounds for the corn-fed b* restored by ponging with *. solution 'I,

_ used to get up nights and knit ",w, good work I And I know you meant me I I, They are fed and protected and allowed pigs, and 1140 pounds for the other. of half an ounce of gum tragacanth a I
/ter factory hourV i when :you talked about unprofitable *erTUts. to roam at Urge with impunity. Vast TACTS' ABOUT TOOUTOES. This shows that pigs fed on corn alone pint of hot water, i
.'1$ U hard to sell themt" Label and-" I number infest Delhi Agra and other 1. The tomato plant i*quickly suscep are liable to have weak bone and often Every housekeeper knows bow important i
idesly asUd. "'Mabel-dear little Mable--hushl Urge town At Benares they are a per. tible to careful selection, give out. it is to keep the refrigerator
"Ob. oo, miss," Louisa 1 responded Usten to we t' gently urged Mr. Rock. feet plague. In favorable situations they 3 A* elsewhere in the vegitablo king clean. Wash the shelves and ice racks

r. fit'* re4 light, pleasant work. TwouU hagharn. I multiply beyond reckoning and people dom, the character of the plant as a Woodchuck ban the same greeting in soap, ammonia and water. Tiasgor
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a'beea Bothiag but fun for me," "U you're goiag to ecoVl- at me- I the wood U countless hordeo.-JVini whole appear to have more hereditary M oate. but louder and more emphatic. and water will remove every stain frtatbe
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Indiscrlminate lara(I a phs. Remits of AdTettiaing. r SOUTH : ALABAMA NEWS NOTES ,
-- NEWS OF THE I Dr Sage's Catarrh ,Remedy,

FETKNTKFS States' he Union haTe We have seen it stated that the preservation .
make
Never before has tlo thcitricat firmament at cents a bottle, to
coil 50
lDedlcal the
p es admitting; women. There of cow for man's service was
PICKED THER
Bare at least tin colleges exclusively for bera so completely nonplussed as by BRIEF NOTES' OF AN INTER UP HERE AND due ro the superstitious{ or religious veneration up $500. .
the remarkable in Boston of the
THROUGHOUT THE STATE.ThesUtcpnjsout .
success
women, und,over thirty ihat admit both Boston Theatre's current attraction, ESTlNO NATURE. in which that nn'mal was! heM by : One failure to cure would
sexes.DUBIKO. -J.-- the Egyptians, for for the fact
except
one Jcwr the mn attracts toward "Ihe I Soudan." Before' its production !'rrut ITEMS FKOM-ALL I-O1HTS lit Till over $100,000ler\ hat they regarded (lie cow as a holy take the profit from. 4000

the skies and makes clouds of four. in Eugene Tompkins hIs expended over $8,000 lithographs sowrrfknt STATES THAT wILL KNTKRTAtX year at the present rate for feeding) lriaoners. betst probably nil would! have been kill. sales. > '
the
Buen feet of ibo entire admtHng attraction about $iO rd off in time of famine. Wo have -
sen-oceans every TltS JIKADKH: -ACCIDENTS, !TIRE .Trflerson county gets reason to '
nod distributed makers cure
other
matter being Its profess
where-moth, of whith h prrcinitated MBrata FLOODS ETC. Out Of this amount. to bo glud that the cow lint survived.It .
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on land, sjd flows back by rivera three in hundred every town miles and of. Boston.suburb within Aside The Stale printing was awarded Monday *. is estimated that it requires fifteen cold in the head," and even -

into those*. from the extraordinary mi fits of the I M.A.. Dauphin, president of thi to Smith, Alfred! Ct>., of Montgomery. !.1 million cOws to supply the demandfor chronic catarrh, and if' they
IK tome families of highly nervous for The contract January 1st, : milk and its product! in the
or- spectacular drama itself, this ex'ensive Louisiana Lottery Company years, begins fail $500 for their
flotation ('"", a Imvtj ben observed and) I United States.! Filly per ctnt. of the they pay
billing is said to account in no small way ded in New Orleans, Stind ty afternoon,, runs through two yrars.Iberc
where the sllprbtost) touch the skin milk they ttive Is made Into thjrse: nm! } X.confidcncc-
upon for the great BUCCISS being won by the at the age of fifty three. arc no (development( in the ov
butter. It of
causes reddening so that to trace with t1aY. The Mississippi Stile Teachers' Asso- strike of the coal miner, as llvi men takes twenty-seven ponnd Not in newspaper; words *,
the finger nail on the skin in writing ,_. milk to make one pound of butter, and
come *order name results In Icaxina a There I.mor Catarrh la this section of the elation in its filth annual session! con seem dctermided and so do the operators. about t(n pounds of milk to make one but in hard tacit Think of
country than aU other dUeaset put together vencd at Jackson Monday night AbOut Thero will probably be some strp taken und of is much
cheese. There
readab'o! )lH> as it takes to
traciog.- and until tae! la t few year WM suppose*! to 150 teachersrrc in attendance. toward an t'lI1ent. Kverything I is what confidence
Incurable... For doctor ngr food in eight and half of
a
meaty pounds
great: many years
,I* lie lost eighteen years the death pronounced local. disease,and prescribed Ac;t>rdlng to the custom G ,v. Taylor, reported' to ho quiet at tho various min s. milk as one pound of beef. It wOllldrcuiro put that in the papers-and
casualties from tornadoes local "mlde.! ,.Jl4 byoonslantlr falling to
While this avemgea 182 cure with local troatnunt,prononnceil It In. of Tennessee, made Christmas presents to On Tuesday last ihe water works! company about OOO.OdO' fat steers mean it. -
annually. is a largo number curable. Science. has proviso CaUrrlj to V e a a number of convicts in the state penitentiary was able to place water from the weighing. 13,000 pounds each to provide
it docs not : to bo as the.death -*- and therefore rtantresconttltatlonal Its makers believe in the
appear great as coiuitltTitluuaS:! ;treatment.* Hall'i Catarrh in the shtpo of pardons. ahaba rivi into a portion of Dirminsc us with the same amount of nutrition a*

I casualty from lightning. It may tire, manufactured bj F.3. I'helie, 4 Co. The next meeting of the Southern Educational ham, and will son have it full supply. wo get in the annual milk product. Remedy. Isn't it worth a
bo safely assumed, that, dangerous as arc Toledo.Ob.ioi! the onlr constitutional cur held at It is somc'hing which Birminglm u has .
I the in doses Association will be I trial ? Isn't trial preferable
market It li taken Internally
tornadoes they are not so destructive to on long needed anti in this inntmioo, !MICHSt any
fro-n lDdropno a&ea'pnoutul. it acta direct* Chattanooga one week before the meeting Kntltled I* the Br.t.I '
I thunder
life
as storms.I ly npon thfl blood and macoui snrfacrs ct U* Educational Association. the Kljton L nd Company has Rill)- j jllil'd to catarrh ?
of the Nations]
their
I .y.t.m. They offef one hundred dolUr for All are entitled to the best that money
F .
?nor. W NEwMA brother of the fdt waut"Birmilighntn'b .
long
Bead for I ,
I deceased Cardinal Newman is anrca lt fails It cnre. circularsand fcamucl:! Black general merchant of I will buy, so every family should have at once'a
lately test monlali. MdreeaF.J.Cuasgy&Co.TolwloO '
Natchez Miss.: aligned Saturday Preferred -I Rie l'iwcnty-PtrHt street I or After all the mild agencies
,
rumcdr Syrup
l"ijzbi/-flvo! years old aud Las lived as a .... bottle of the beet family ,
the
\ traffic about
.. will ho for
Sold u'Dwulrlt.ta,7 c'> creditors $8,500; total liabilities bridge rrmly
I vegetarian since his sixty-second when Figs cloansa the system when costive or the best. Perhaps they
year. will are:
t'iitf
- timMed at $30,000. Drilton.Kounts' 1st of M:in'h. Thti bridge ,
i The wizard clcctr c genius, Edison, keeps') rre; ltalwtt. bank loses 17,000 completed (70,000. It will l>e one hundred I I bilious. For sale In COa and $1.00 brittle by work more slowly, but they

| his reranrkaHc brain active on a very light 'ills., popular Eantern tilts IS running solWvntlbiuen < aud sixty-five feit long, 40 feet all leading druggist '
trains,conslntin: of beautiful day A fire broke out In the work surely. Dr. -Pierce's
damaging
i tcget ri'. n diet.COatiLAR roaches Pullman nlwninic and dining care very wide and! there will be a choir roadnayof
I eorls inform us that the between Cincinnati, Chicago,New York andBoston. Kennedy house, n large hotel at Cbatta- 83 feet 4 Indies. Thcie will l>o raised I A man's fare Is against him when he ha a Pleasant Pellets are an activt -

! "mines of France and and All train run via Luke ChanUnanadnrinic Congo, Tenn., Friday morning. All the feet wide gin phlm.
Spain especially the season and pamenRora holdinitIbrongh sidewalks on either side about 8 but qrnct and miU.They're -
f the stronger liquors imported from these ticket are privileged to slop off at thisnorldrkmcdrenort. guests were removed without injury. each. I b.,.. been cured of blood poison In Its very agency
from Be sure your tickets read Loss 15,000, covered by insurance._ last stages after doctor t"l1"llo give me roll sugar-coated, easy to 'c
countries
[ arc concoctc largely a ria N.V..L.E.&W.R.R. tOn Siiino time last July a burglar entered "r. I simply" "M>d Dr. Una's Hanaparlllmwblrh
I rank soil of alcohol made from potatoes Friday the extensive fcrtilizci the Catholic church at Montgomery I*the beat blood' mnllolne In the world.- take: never shock nor derange
vestry
Ladles, works of the Edisto Phosphate Company F. l. ..f.la ,..I'1'.I'r/"IOlItIr(7. Va ,
| and beats in Germany. If there are any iron safe in which
d the their
: nines and liquors in this country deserving write It troubled me. describing with any cave.Female Home Complaint treatment. on the banks of the Cooper river the,sacred and opru vesnets used in the reinonIcH Strange: ;say; ij'iit; ; : Ignite a cigar In the system and half : pow-' '

the name of pure, they are doubtless lure[ o rlaln and quick at mall expense.: : about three miles north of CWhstou, in that church are kept. It was found a light wind. :r is in the mild way in which

the brands and products uf our own Cali.lorna Female Partlrulnra Diseases by mall ten sealed cents. ino Mrs.PSRO Dr. Mary book on A. S. 0.) wore damngol to the extent of that u ,hnndsume solid gold chalice \nl-. FOB Impure or thIn Rloo.I"allnr"", Ma- their work is done. Smallest .

: vineyards. St., Atlanta Ua. 1250,000; fully covered by insurance. silver little. Neuralgia, Indigestion, and Klllonitmiui,
Washington stud
Urannon, 15 tied at about 92,500/ cup} Hltti-m--It gives at rentti.making easiest to take.
l\rown'.lron'
take
THB sudden death of favorite New Union has aildrosiod A : cheapest, ,
a I...eWa's Chinese Headache Cure. ItarmIPM The Carpenters' wero missing. No clue to the buritlur old potion feel )oting>-andouiig ,
York cartoonist while walking upon a In effect quick and positive In action letter to the contractors of Chattanooga has ever been found. A few days ito persons strong pleasant to take One a dose. T.wenty-fivecents !

railroad track has called attention to the I rent prepaid rn rrcelpt of Jl ]ier Bottle asking/ an advance of 15 per cent., the valuables were found bulled I lit I ho Itlgb tied-tbe couple that were married Iu I vial. Of all druggists.
from this sort of reckless- ,,dpli r&o..5Wyandote st.KanaNCItyMoMalaria 1. Tbe a
effect
fatality arising to take May carpentersgive stable on the churl premi c The dii-! a balloon. --

rcss. In tho single State of New York, four months notice in order that all covery only deepens the mystery. h

during the year 1889, 284 persons were contracts under way may be completed. United Btatt Marshal Walker has InKtitutcd .

killed outright, and 118 injured while todoing. The decision of the contractors has not suit against Martin H. Sulli\nn FOR FIFJYYEARS.Swiftt

It is said that tho artist who yet been mxde public. of the Sullivan Lumber of IVn- .

lime came to a sad and sudden end, could II believed to be caused by polionau miasma aria. A very important I legal case has come sacola for 4,000,0Ologsof company timber allegedto
tug from low, marshy land,or from deoaylaf vegetable ;:
see humor in everything. Had ho livedto in which the
to light in Sun Antonio
matter, and which, breathed Into the luigi, have been cut by bullivan's cnipbyc"
comment upon such accidents would I enter and poUon the blood. If a healthy conditionof right and title to a largo portion of the off of public lands iu (he counties ofBaldwin Specific S, S, S. hat a record enjoyed by no other

have no doubt remarked that the use of the blood II maintained by taking Hood' Sanaparllla city of Chicago, in the vicinity of Hen- and cambia: in this i-tutc. Thu "

railroad tracks for pedcstrlanism is an one I II much lees liable to,.alarla.d floods nepin {park, is questioned and claimed by logs are, it Urnid, valued at 1000000. I medicine. Considered Wonderful 3. 3.: S.

unhealthful practice. I SarMparllla ha cured many...'.en case of this dUtrewlng heirs in Texas. The history dates back Th o suit grows out of the set .tiro of the Henry V. Smith, of BelmotVt,
,The Home Journal sajs: "It is noticeable alTectlon even In the advanced liaise wh to the time when the Pottawatomie Indians lands belonging to the Mobile and tiirurd I For over Mr. Va., eaya "h.'considers hie PURELyTABLE. ,

of the staturs in our museums of art, I the And terrible If yon chill decide and to fever take prevailed.Hood' BaraaaparlUa Try It. de owotd tho present site Chicago.. Itailroad compmy Manual Walker having I fifty years cure of tcrofula by 8. S. S., one of Vai.E.' ,

supposed to represent the perfect figur.sof sot be Induced to bay any*ubtltute.Hood's I Judge Walter S. Chisholm's last will' been appoint-
ancient men and "women that their Sarsaoarilta was flied Monday in the court of ordi- fOI'reitl'\llnl1t.1l1. and he brings this suit aseuch I ,;t has been had the dIsease of the worst type ANDcuring

feet are disproportionately large, Fvcn I at Savanpnb. Tho eijfirc estate l I' receiver all hie life until he was 22 years ofage
the masculine foot of is smaller than Sold by all druCTtetn. $t| ill: :for St. Prepared oily lusTy ; all IS HARIVV
to-day whole
Chishohu to da with it at and hie youth was em
left
by 0. L HOOD *CO., Apothecarle, I.oweil XI ase to Mrs. At Hillmau, some eight/ miles front '
that of tho ancients, but the feet of women to give bitt.redby It. Or course he had LBS '
she wi bel. She is not required Tot*
show a greater restriction in size as I 100 Doses One Dollar file "rbOeslale. Birmingham! Kiiday night, Jo-cnh sorts of blood all sorts of treatment but nothing TO .HI
bond I incntory. I
-- == = = any or o any brothcr-in-litw. J. ... Uanicl.
---------- > killed his him
permanently
tesult To the art ey
of cramped shoeing. ) benefited
which is a largo one will not be Kir- tho'r
from
returned
Daniel had just troubfe from 8. which cleansed
istic the and proportion of he took S S.
eye, symmetry SomeChildren appraised. The will was made in 1880.A and wearing a mask he I DELI CATS'CHILD.
mingham was polonfromttlesyst.m.and cured
the foot of olden times is to be preferred. .
dispatih of Sunday from Houston had bought to have some fun lie approached a ordinary. him sound and well." -_ ,

:Remarkable Memories. Texas reports ,that there sro now JOOCIMCS the I houtr, and Torpey, nol ;;
9 w__w smallpox In,that city. Tho {infected recognizing IJin, ordered him to stop, I pimple to tie worse types of scrofula and blood poison.THtiifTVtc'irtc .

There, was a Cors'can: boy who could Growing hou>cs have been quurrautincd which he did not do, and, becoming n ) Dears ofi eLiot 4110 UI/I D13E43C3,'41(. ct., 4Tt4J1T.f, 14. ,
rehearse 40,000 worJs, whether sense or and guards placed around them with little alarmed, grabbed a gun and begat -

nonsense, as they were diet ted, and ticirepeat .0 ,Tool!ase strict orders to permit no one to leave firing upon him killing him instantly """"' -

(Ihem in the reversed order withou them Inside of ten days. It is rumored lie thought Iiinlel a robber attempting

making single mistake.A become listless, fretful, without energy that NewUrieanimay quarrantine again. to enter the house. lie la almost (raw
thin and weak. But can for. dc EECHAM'SPAINLESS.
about sixty you Houston. with grief over mi-fortune. Tim!
physician year ago
could repeat the who'e' of "Paradise Lost"without till them and build them up, by the A bill was filed at Chattanooga:' in ceased was about thirty year old\ am

making a mistake, although, hi use of' chancery Monday by Contractor lied- leaves a wife aud five children to mount .

had not riad it for twenty years. mood vs the Knoxville\ Southern und tucir loss. BOX..... ,
Euler the great mathematician, \\hci SCOTT'SEMULSION the :Marietta and North Georgia railroads, Mr. }Fred C. Dunn the well know ..WORTH A GUINEA A '

he became blind could repeat the wbolof <" to recover about f 3,000 allege I to be duo ralln ad contractor wan in Birmlnghan BILIOUS & NERVOUS DISORDERSSuch

yirgil's ".Eucid" and could remember for w oik on the roads. He attaches the a few ds\s ao.: and speaking,: of tin

the first line and the lost line of ever; $300,000 subscribed by Knox county, Chattanooga/ Southern which hu Is In. at Wind and Pain In thf Stomach, Fullness and Selling aftif Mso!.;
individuals.A said "Tht Cold CIIIII..F/u.'ng.of H at, Lou ,'App< of the ,particular edition which hmd andall_ subscriptions made by tercmicg: in building he DitilMH, andOrowtinttt.
page Skin Disturbed
read before bu finished and in use within of BrHtll. Costiveness, Scurvy. I/o ch.i on Me ,
to be
beea accustomed Raleigh dispatch of Saturday says: road will\ Shortness toniattont A,. ;
and Trembling
became b'ind. OF PURE COD LIVER OIL AND Plans are on foot which if carried out, three months Un the Chattsnoogi sleep, frightful Dreams, and all Ntrvoui TWENTY MINUTM.IflOHAH'S .

One kind of retentive memory may bi HYPOPHOSPHITES will result in greatly diminishing' the end thlity-M-ven miles are already UnUh. THE FIRST DOSE WILL OWE RESTORE RILl I'FEMALES IN TO COMfUTt HttU, .

considered as tho result of sheer work, a Of Lime and Hoda. number of convicts who will in the future eel, twenty-live of which are now in oper. fILLS WIM At DIRECTED

determination toward one particular They will take It readily for It Is at- be sent to the penitentiary.' It it ation. On the ClncUIcn end the parl For Sick Headache, Weak Stomach, Impaired,

achievement without reference either to most as palatable as milk. And it proposed by members of the legislature I finished Is twelve miles. 1'hi entire dintanceUtwccn Digestion Constipation, Disordered Liver, etc.,

cultivation or to memory on pther sub should be remembered that AS A PBETENTIVK from a number of counties to give the Oadsdcn and I hattaaoogi the muacqlar .",,.., restorIng lonrlral Co**

jects. This is frequently shown by per OB CfEE or COCCUS OR COLDS counties the benefit of what is known as is bty-scven miles. It will bo a 1II000t l tha..Io'rtCTUMKMIO." brio,In,baCk Itrtngaumliit the ties a/o'ofacpttlti. and arousing wilt 5.II08f6tJD D"' '

ons in human life in regard to th IN BOTH THE OLD AND TOUN8, IT II the county convict syitcm. excel leu t roat\, and there L, no reason HEALTH the_**/.*Av/,./ott/fiereuof lbs BEEcHAIs bum." fr.m.PILLS.HAVE On.THE ur the hMlf.aran- -
AvldtultlMlan.eftr d.IT .Deblllfd I. tet
Bible. UNEQUALLED. The Maverick bank of Sun Antonio why it shouldn't be very proBtublc. 10 the, SS IIIIDICINIIN $ WORLD.r" ....
ANY .. .
.. klr* r &
of iron and f 'IIA M nlB f*K
(
knowi Immense deposits lIu. W
at Stirling There
old ; are 1.
An beggar man : .
its doors Friday morning, C..I'
closed 8e7
TOO WIllS A Texas, .,.. HrMVtffil'g'nmUv. ,. ALLEN CO.. *M swl IL'tlJl1t11IIIJlU"'S
.
when Ibis natural *
.fifty ago as "Blind Alick, afforded rrssOif that baa lasted three coal long the route, and .. 111 On't 1"0101."".tit d..I.l ldo. years BE't' after t heavy run tin .. A.n.ufor .? .""' IIOX. ....T10.. ,., .. 'H
will HIC
R it give ? IUWIII".r ;
.n instance of this. lie knew the wh liof one of tb. rlIntwl *- weeks. Sam Maverick, sole owner ol wealth is developed !: : UJ J
anna** "
the Bible by heart. insomuch that if i i a SMITH a WES8ON: the bank and it* business made an aiuigu- road a larger I business. IWe

sentence was read to him ho could nami vr Irma.maonfaotond Tb no_t small and arm tMStat meat of all his property, real and personal A FINE SHOWING. 'ec\b

the book chapter and verse, or if tin WaoufactuN4lat1IJ ebnto ol all *ipert.*ud44-i
book and verso were named he action H.f.iy Uunmerl and amount to U. IIOL"TII'IIJ'ROOREd. It
chapter T&r1IfI'modoIa. Oonttrnotud fiaUmljroc kt ...!. schi'dule filed in court $ TOE ANNUAL REVIEW OF THR:
could give the exact words. ItT wr. ...Bl steel.oiiWullf Invpwi for work- 000, and assets arc footed at $1,700,000. ,
to test him repeatedverse a mantb p and toRk. ib.y are uDrlyai.d for Sil-Bi
A gentleman t
(srebIIItTadaeeUrIIeV. Li000tb.d.csivMcaeep | The board of mayor and aldermen oi -- -
purposely making one verbal lone Bialicabl* CBl-lrB Imtlallea whitearcofton M ... in view of what they The J1unrljJctur"lLrord publluhe in
not
ami
*ol< for tbownnmln article an Jackson CURE.KLTBUOTaXBa.UWamaSUMa
curracy. Alick hesitated, named thi ouT. unreliable, bill duinroiu. The BVTITH .a deemed the general inefficiency of the thIs' week's issue its aununl review of the THE POSITIVE: S
be found WEHHON R.vohmT* araall umnM upon the ha > FrkeM
Tark.
place where the passage was to rlwttbarra'tnan>*.ddrM awl l data of ptb-oM, police force bus asked the resignation ol industrial progress of tho south for 1800 _ -
.
-
but the time pointed out the vcr sad tuarsuleed p.rf. t IniTrydtall. I* ..
at same are and
entire force which tendered and showing great activity prosperity 'UV Biliousness
lat upon bevies th* ..nuin. articl and If you the as CURE '
ba error. dealer cannot upilr. yon an wd erdw cartful"'BttoaddnMbelow att.ntloa.OiscIl1v.caIsinen. accepted to take effect January 1st. A. : throughout that section. The total assessed liA ,
will noBlT prompt
The same gentleman asked him to repeat ".i I nrieo irni.li1 noon a*. O. Lewis was immediately elected chiel : slue of Iropertylor 181101. nearly Sick Headache

the ninetieth verse of tho le'enthchapter piioaton. SMITH & WESSON, of police. This action of the board was (4,500i'00,000' a gain of $270,000,000 ,

of the book of Numbers. Alicl *-ksntIcOth1ap&ir. r4.rlB.S,,U. Ma*.. precipitated by the failure to suppress over ItiPO\ and of $1,600,000,000 over Mal a ria.
is mailed for 4 oew*
Thlil'tcturFsnelilssi
"There no
almost instantly replied, lawlessness on ChrUtmas eve night.A 1880. The number of national
'uch verse. That chapter has only eighty Another banks in the south is 600, with an aggregate j. F. SMITH A co.,
Mi,.
Jack' disputed : _
'" -VASELINE- on, says
nice verses. increase of "Bile B MM BILE BEAJNS
llaktr
capital of fllO,763.7M. an
to )
is shortly commence
Gassendi had acquired by heart 6,000 investigation of ex-:.'Ute Treasurer Heming.wa"l I during the year of 104 banks and $10.- 265 fc_257_Greenwich SL, N. y. City. ___ _, ,7'S L
Latin and in order to give hit the -S -- : .
verses BIl'.I. MBtniby miJtw 033,000 capital. Ten years ago
WOK A OME.nnLLAB books. 'I I his time the invcktiga BAGGY KNEESI'OllITIY&1yaUUDJua.Iod.1JM4
memory exercise he was in tho habit dailyof will d.ll'.r, free o all ebarga, to say proa M south h id 240< national banks! with u
in' !
from different the Uli a states, all of Ik*foUuwlac arUeUa oar Lion is to lw thorough/ every respect. '
600
reciting verses According H&r Aaibvn*a4*
of e5545514 54
rally 5CM.f Colonel Hemingway and hU friends have total capital $13,4"8,083. b7 ... ..." ......&sad .Mia_ --
languages. OB* two-ouoo boWs of Para Tiollna, Met rkd with the investigation to the report of the United States comjn tioli..r.l U. (' sue Is r- taw* ..... a... ..
OB*two-oa-e bottl of Ttla HMoade U COn never been sat / the net earnings of all S.J. 0 ;1. Y. 71$ w......._ -,..........
Overc.Iag prrJ.dlee.FrrJudlce *Jar at TrliB CoM CTMUB. . ii5 made of his books so far, claimingthat troller of currency
.
.
*
of human nature. A QUkaiVis1J.Cahctioe. a M the kind to unearth southern national banks for the twelvemonths ; 1FT0111t
us Had trait OB Cak of VaMlte*hoap. B .nUrt. iS5 they were not of
pcnou whose mind i. bnt on bin. does him. OB*Cakcof VaMlta Soap.iquMtelr ioBUd.a tbe complicated errors which they till ended November 80, 18UO were SHORTHAND .:.
elf great Injustice bald a sick man. whom OB two-OBBM butt. at Walt yaWilna, MOror of 11))
: or an percent "
average
110,333,793 : .... '
from the effect of bloodpateoD. believe exist f..et.s4. to. c."b ''''''
lire
blood termed. *'! cant.n help prejudice; I ba-e rtwOn on tbe tot.1 capitaLDuring ___ _ _ ... JIOta...5.Ce, iead !to-14 -,,""INI t.... .
lay .
., annual convention of county superintendents ..y.- Fri.., ." WIti..I....
The
triad a half"docuo remvdi*, and they did mno *. a., io Hd. atsa the year 2,499! miles of railroadwere
believe all blood puriflt-n\ are ham. Bd SeSOess M mtnvntlitt ta meefpt Awl of public instruction of
food I
..
fciuubag boaP.It "Do. t.,1"you asked beltete. the all writer.pbclana!"\..., for are uiiiea pear'wsf bMed eap waS Vsagila ear agd orp..pareSea, MUM Mnb yes IA wtif n/r M*B North Carolina me at Ralelzh FridaY. miles built in 18HU.in! the Oioes South earnings against of 2,200 all PJItILYVCGIETA.LI.t5C'orTe". .... PENSIONSsipSIMWASTHMA I .
ressf.aea Morton sS4cM. a. ua.o se
aud only IMaip A resolution was unanimously a4"dUd: ... ......
doctor
have tried Ih different CbbriiB nf C*., -44 $ll* rtt.. M. V.MKCB8 Southern railroads for the first eleven .
crew....... under their treatment. I have requesting the legislature to establish THONOUOHLV KCllABtt.AMOLUTtlV as .r .M4,11_ ,-, ., ... ..s-u s.d PaSMvS='
.
..
.
... "' .u.-
Bud* up tar mind my cane b incurable amitauk regular training schools for male and female months of 1800 were 1100,801,017: tArt.rod .1...- .. ...... ..... ...,.. ... .:; .:zc--e.ist
IneyiUblO Ziowever.the writer who igainst $00.200,570 for iho same time in ,
wua friend .t the rafferinic individual atlaat teachers. A resolution was alto of $10,604,047. Ate av ALL DBUOOISTS.OH. paASTsmt.sr- '

persuaded eucceeded him In overcoming to give Dr.bin John prejndlread Bull'earesp.rtila adopted urging ib the strongest terms. 1889 The, an total increase value of foreighn espoits ..I. HL 8CHEKCK* SON.?PHILADELf!*.PA. M4raM. : wiU mUivU C U E Dtorrvp f >ff

a trial. H. commenced iU use the enactment ol a law requiring compulsory from all southern ports fur the flriteleven .._ .(I.JItaUIU.a.f_ !

with no faith at all.but toocl eftreU soon fol. attendance on the public schools. of was $204,203-: XMAS HEALTHCIFT,1i 1 Murl**'Ur' 'A>ll> I ''' I
months 1800 =
sowed cootlnoaoce brought complete NCUMALb ID9 .
,and IU : il HLL lm 5s *>
relief. Header go thou and do llke.-h.. Hon. W D Simpson, chief justice of BOO an increaseof/ $24,141.010 over the Exerciser w. l..m uiunax tw itau VitM,
__ l't_ the court of South Carolina, died 1880 while the .I Ban,Au. Ciacutaa turn.OOKU ..
supreme correlpondioJlmootlJlof ..-rlbe .... I., .
.
.. CI
] ... ..... in Columbia Friday morn fw A. I* l Coaplil. G .. i'
Tour uncle will prohnMr remember you at his home Increase in the balance of the countrywas UwkpaMBt.. dor. 81.
iCMpbu J
rli1eeat .
.SCtZi5 fuILSsc ISIS
wtwn making his will." "". .t.*ju"t what I'm OIl FREE ing, of heart disease. Judge Simpaon only $4.837,477, the increase atM ills cu. ""' '' Sti..|ih la'tirrfcal ?( C..wls ATLoew tl!"........ -
afraid of. jibe remembers Die. I'll get lv(&. -" oItIp.-."' .. ..aaL..u. with C.It_" w III is cu. Caart of K.U! KIoIIut.1J .,
......... wu elected lieutenant governor uth being five time as great I u. ...... .
--- --- - ... ... 'f. 'U.L > rn ports ., III'*Ice Itamb .tla. Pvltef e 1 cu. __ .. Y,
'sad Stomach I ......._p. 0. trKuL,ua Governor Ilnroptou. On the restoration combined at all other yoited ,, L DOWn.I a Pltr-al l
FOB Drvpep1 ladlKMtlna .... u the gain .U. 0. ha** uU Blf d *-
.Ur L .1'7
41rd.ri.uae Browns loon 1I1t1.... The Beat .,..('0..14S ii.NIt atTr-Sa_ of the state government in 1870 tq demo- States iisei easel.,..M' _"'.12110'.1__ _' 4 OiskslOL mar year.. ... l, .*.
Tonfe, 1(rebuild the.,..lem.clean the Blood ports. _|i e* Ute MU el **ua-
sad atrenotheaa the muctoa A opleud.d(onto 1, I CI1IVIMA.T1i.Ei ride control, be succeeded to the govrrvorship < The production of pig iron for the year andWlklskejrBablUcured

for weak and deuiUlaied pereuo BORE l iiij MONEY I ; ou the election of General Toots up to about 1.060,009 too-.', .gain P I U Mlo.at b Hook!.,ia.ol wu.. i.. Lu. LPTCW(:,,.-a.00.,i....

Favhlotis rBoaODiuhtothe decollete that I oar well Cae5i..s ale 15._4s Iasi&sa1. -L Hampton to the United: States senate and )f 863,000: tons over 1889, of 830.000 O out tttlf.aw par.tlcularatrut a... .... SOMSJ&wS$5t5s4_ _

....a the popular gloves are ODdroaed.VkrenU .. CUk&LI.tsukg.uevais'tLi...4 .JJ,4.jilw.asaTaw before the tb of his term as governor, toss over 1888, and mon than 1,000,000 .MooLleY.M u. j A N UH ;
T.d.ekL; elected chief iuitic AUca."" vflk 104%WUlcuail W :
vwuir.i i wu 1887./ _
: _
over
their chil- ton
be unkind to ,
don't mean to T5.VlhIeIlWii..I.en I ILCOUIS ..i..usihats
diet.but ther are when they fail toooaalooail -J rA.LI any 54.5 'JeeIuia..MeisMAsbse.Lsw.Isn The total production of cotton for the
Uxcea Dr. BnUa \\on DatUoycra.Acre t / K-i has been 43,000,000; bale.
j give j : INlOatioguo The fact; that the Mexican volcanoes wt six Jeary

ta an organ-grinder who i* ao....pirtu & IV MAl, 'RIElt which are e'rtb
lbalbe compel hia nuwkejr to carry a I TIFFIN, OHIO.Aeiiduayoursdjeoa. at; present, leads laterals, boat $3,800,000.000, or an average of' Beet Couftrb Medicine. necomm iMled by PlirslclaiM. t ..t ',
bell-punch. .- .UI $100,000,000 year. Cure* where all else fulls. Pleasant aud *gre ubl to tuetaste. I-
t ., we isaft 'Oil thiaks the New York /: IM, to the newt icarly take it witUoot objection. By ff:
n1'1l stopped free by PH. HULK'SK Gun ,M ropr ol our ba*dIa'III.lr! lIb trat..& tut an earthquake has been felt at the The tODlump(lOa of( cottoa: by southern CtiklrtD
a.vI RUTOU Ne I'M after ttM daysuse. IU>> U8 bU Ut year against ;
allIs was %
trial 'Samiwlch Island
Treatise and S3: of Mexico. Tke
)lar elous rare : SHAKESPEARIANALMANACS City
l lc.4d.Ut*. 1Jr. Kliae.Ca Arch SC. 'h11*..f*. roksne \l so distant frou Mexico that S W8.000 bales\ la 1883, a gala of over 100 ,
tbe 8,917 DeW
Ie-Ye.'Ever$......ia1.fna I FREE. the fact of its activity may sot offer per usnufacturiog cent Daring eoterprUes year, covering: every -

AD"prnoa sending fofmgiiO4 their that Bama DiU awl lead ad- Ad"pu l>r. a l>, BROW K. 11.1'-1' Remedies .Etocb. (eatsuranc to the people of that faritty industry from tack works to b CwcIieuus Tsauwi. RiD Csou
4reoto will recelva
...fon..... l\eIIJ., Lewis .II eo.. bur4y&Mi4ig. I C5n. U Uraud fet. Jersey CIIJ\)/. J. republic. It experienced some memorable It< ,
_\'ItJ'I tremors prior to the preteat eentwy. total during the Ut fife year ,.
Bsck5psf4.bisPt
'sTUDy. naaiog a Las.Csu..I ys
uIflMC .. ,=: : osiseust.... .. .. is-4 .......... 61014 --
Ranch U L dees5.5Q4 .. .. .... ... m- Ieof: .
'ri.ibiqiiiera1.: Farm Luda pan rlL -*. I: a a .--., i.aues 51 .4.lie feaases ,,)f over 17,090 new_cuUrpftaeaCansM I-, .q- ..-...-......._..-..555w. 1aM 5............ r..0-1 ""'-- '
> n a'
.... 51 De.5s
.* MiiBMitri. x.. Texas.a( Kaw o t1l7.l4f. anaa& taI.-', 5iivaes.&so __ II.LI Work will be commenced next spring I 4.. j t. = prn.ouw---. :.SlS4j.Sa JtS tt Isew. 5 ,5smee:.%

ca.hlieassiiue Imnt4 sad:fOld.; Tlul&usC-Map'ISO ,..... I ; : : a.sseisf'a fk noon ys railroad CO connect; Tacoma, hw more miles of rsUroad than -.M- tI 0 b?-:*.Se.5s.Least p5flhis50.. =-..,=' '.....& vssI4 ; ''ili ;;-

_fCei...u; .T\"MI'eo.. &.. b-;)r.Ua I ae., hee.ac WaaaIa..1ta.I.UtW'... rtt Wathugtoo, and JOBMU, Alaska all the 5ew England Stales put Wjtther.



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8 ., ( THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE, FRIDAY, JAN. 9, 1891. .. ..

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LOCAL NEWS. That Fling\ at DUston.


A Reply by Richard-Rnllnirrr, ..ll MoIJ.d.l- .... (JQ-xn O; hJ'>" S i I IIJ CLOTHINC

Conttniifilfrom: Page 1. >hU In the "Tlmea-rnlon." ... :r palrJ =
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-Mr.: and Mm. K. Oraeff, of Reading, The following letter taken from the i =.o t ro ::: N ==''F I :2

Pa., were in town Friday.Mr. Times-t'nion Is written by a Philadelphian .... .... 1-1 ?; o
who Intimately connected nd 1:' ... .. tIS B sfaafr SI-IOES
and Mrs. Turbot, 'of Dayrille N. & ::: fr> HATS
acquainted with Mr. fission Anyone a -en- tn t-P- ,
town yesterday.Mr. I s
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Y., were who is conversant with the facts will e E. ? acD !:::Z: Or a. J > g., 5a.. a JUST RECEIVED

and Mr*. G. Majors, of Butte, voifch for the truth of all the writer ,, (S/S.O/ aE 5 I ef= r-. Sf

Montana, were in town a day or so this claim Hamilton> and the,companies t'j Fd. S' 0 en M g a 0 B iE.?. *.gt t:: !d THE BAZAAR.
asS AT
week. ? *
he represents are the largest land o O.::. = ? ?: *

-Mrs. P. U. S.irkctt, of Heath, came owners and among the heaviest tax-pay.I ; g; 4Q-1?" CBalg; 9gBRge&ifl S!

over MomUy, as she wan feeling .anything era In the state, and It 18 through their ::: .atl'"C/J. ;;: lrJ I I : Slw w

but wllIln health. Influence that many of our'very best citizens >1cr.Ei; c:' !g IO", ttJ m .5! s? l s5 1 0 Sales Every
Special Mondaj
-Mr. Rufus K. ,Sewall, of SviMcasset, were Induced to make Florida their "S! a C -kJ : 0 1 },,

Me., returned on Sunday'* steamer from home. of I:' : r+ f ..4

his trip down the river. "My attention has been called to a : [ z g 8fcfeJ? ...
1:' : J. P. TURNER
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-Dr. and Mrs. Jas E. Baker, of Lancaster statement made by Master Workman ::1 -o"e 0 art C1 : : :; !t CO
Powderly In his speech at Jacksonville g I" ":I = I 4
Pa., have been spending a day oreo :1 ::L., r 0 po A
several weeks ego referring to the large /') :c Ifi ? w' er 3! =
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this week. Their little
in town boy !:::Z: j [
tracts of land held by "alien" a ,O 3: J rJJ B= H = L. :se :c .
owner "
and nurse.. are also with them. g S' (JQ E.1 s'as ,
--- and reflect on the "on"e man In Philadelphia r ... Is.n tIS iTI a I" g se
_BT" Please watch the date on yellow :r ;
head who owns 2,000,000 acres of your slH | Groceries Grain Garden Seed Fertilizer
printed slip at of this paper or Q'gOS"H Hay
lands, which, I think requires. some no- tts s : jI l ,
upon wrapper. Do not allow your subscription M ...
to expire.It tice. .t:7: !=j rn C &fiiJJAIIEH I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of
Having been connected with the Diss 0 { } .
U predicted that a cold wave will ton companies since their organization, /c m 6 c.Z!:: : C tn f 8 Staple ..Ifi4.= l+'nuJ" 'GroceriCN, l'l'Uit

reach us in February; so growers of vegetables It may not be out of place to submit a .. 0 "C tIS [H n i S'tl ffi.d And Food ProdnctH.c+

had better look after their crops. few mild suggestions to the master work- I'M.., tj ,, Of All Kinds. Also My Stock of

Be prepared all ye farmers man, imrticuhirly as no other paper In n _. abBREYARD :f lo o Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal

-Mr. A. P. Ball, of Cocoa, came up to tho state has deemed It of sufficient importance C/J P Ie\\) flitonnd Food and ,V.t.I ,

town yesterday In his recently-purchased to contradict It, with the exception I -
am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively In the above lined
yacht Ile will lit her up in first class of the fair and manly article In .L. Goods.! I buy close, and! w 111 sell close. invite your correspondence and solicit

style, and then take a cruise down the the EAST COAST ADVOCATE, published I COUNTY IIor.uEs, President. your patronage. Very truly,
river at Titusvllle. 1 L. an..ADY."
ALIIEnT A. TAYLOB, SecretaryINDIAN .
-Mr. and Mrs. F. Warner, of North No one would be more surprised than

ampton Mass., who have been on a trip Mr. Hamilton Disston 1 himself at being STATE BANK GEORGE )[. BOBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM,

to Lake Worth, left here for their home considered an "alien" to the interests RIVER Attorney-at-Law. Attorncy-nt-Law.

Monday morning So delighted were of Florida, and the mildest constructionthat ,

they with the lake region, that they In- can be put on the utterances of the .COCOA FLORIDA Robbins & Graham

tend going there again next winter. master workman Is that he did not know REAL ESTATE ,

what he was talking about And this
-Sergeant Ilersey has sold his smart- CAPITAL:
In a man at the head of a vast organlzatlonconxtantly -
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. looking pony to the proprietors of the ; Paid Up, $25OOO.
Canaveral Club. As Bet-oil against called upon to exercise EXCHANGE Real Estate Dealers.
Authorized
his mature judgment on matters of im << $100,000. .
this,loss, he has just been presented withA ,
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portance, seems almost Incredible and,
What think
litter of
of 13
this New Year's pupa present, ye noble sports ye If done for the purpose of gaining favorwith Is Now OPEN and Fully Equipped for COCOA Indian River FLA. ALL KINDS OF PROPERTY BOUGHT, SOLD, AND EXCHANGED.

his audience, rather beneath his : in all its Branches. ,
men. dignity.It Banking Members of Brevard Abstract cf Title Company. .

-:Mr. Arthur B.Fauch, who registered
seems almost unnecessary to rehearse 1IUSINI2SS SOLICITED.
,from Virginia, arrived here Saturday the part which Mr. Disston has Property ol All Kinds Bought, Sold and Titusville Brevard Co. Florida.
evening. He is on the look-out for a Money to Loan on Approved Security. ,
taken in the development of the state of
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place to build a winter residence and Exchanged. P. O. Box, 200.
Florida, from the time In 1881 when he DIRECTORS:
left here for liockledge/ on Monday, wherehe AI.IIF.RT We Buy and Sell All Kinds of Itenl Estate, and are Sole Agent form
and his associates the Florida A. TAYLOR, President
organized
large \list of carefully-selected Properties in all parts of Brevard county.
will for few before
stay a days going Land and Improvement and the Okee- JAMES HOMIER, Vice-President. REtiAiiLR Information furnished as to character, location and value of any Property
further down the river. chobee companies and paid Into the cof- R. I). HOLMES, Cashier. rr- AH inquiries will\ be promptlyand on Indian River.

-In convening with a lady the'other fers of the state $1,000,000 for the 4,000, 11 J. 1\[. SANDERS, J. F. WOOTEN. reliably answered. 11] Our facilities for the transaction of n general Real Estate business are umqualW
and will be made
every effort to give perfect satisfaction to intending Putvbawn
day, she was unpollte enough to say that 000 acres of state lands, of which some who. may favor us with their \patronage.

a horse was like a man-tho way to his will remain subject to state taxation until No Properties listed unless the Title is Perfect.

heart wan through his stomach. We Gabriel blows his silver-lined, cornet. The Clyde Steamship Co. Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring large bodies .{ Low-
Priced Lands r
:.suppose she was under the impression The aforementioned amount does not include Write for Descriptive Catalogue.

that if a hit were put in the homo's the money, expended in the improvement

mouth, she could do anything with him. of of the drainage lands now

. There was a fancy dress ball at the owned by the Okeochobce company.

:Masonic Hall last night. We hear It was None knows better than yourself that, EDWARD STILING

largely attended and was a very pleasant from that time, the progress of the state ,

Affair. Pressure of "business precludedour took its start. Since then every specie

city editor from availing himself of of improvement has developed until Cocoa, Indian River, Florida,

the invitation to be present, so we are Florida stands today one Of the fore- Dealer in

unable to give a lengthened report of the most states In material advancement In 1 r

proceedings the Union. Paints Hardware Stoves Tinware & Agateware

-Mr. C. E. Dakln has purchased from We give full credit to the railroad and ,

Robbins A: Graham a lot on De Soto other corporations who have helped In PLUMBERS' & MILL SUPPLIES OILS, GLASS & PUTTT, TABLE,

.street, immediately opposite the public the good work, but the fact remains thatIt A POCKET CUTLERY BARBED WIRE, WIRE NETTING,
Now York Charleston and Florida Lines.The
school and adjoining the residence of was this money which released the A WIRE CLOTH.

Mr. Weaver. The purchaser will proceed state from the coils of the Vose Judgment -

to erect a house upon it at once for which prevented any attempt at magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed ,
the of his who will the state lands for the
reception family, arrive appropriating to sail as follows :
(I)
as soon as It is ready for occupancy.Mr. purpose of Internal Improvements. Since (ITAlID.\RD TUIK.)

and Mrs. Sheldon, of Chicago; then, hundreds of thousands of acres From New York, From Jacksonville. b
;Mr, L. E. Samuel, of DetroitMrs.; Kuch- have been sold to settlers, a large (fler 29. E. K.) STEAMER Florid'.
er, senr., Mrs. Kucher, junr., and son, Friday itec.mthat3P.n.'CHEROKEE".Thursday. Jan. let. at 8.00 A. ...
Misses Glmrall, of Harrisburg Penn.; amount of money has been paid Into the Monday Doc. :Seth, st 3Wediwiday P. JI..IUlII1SIIL.:, .........l\un1Iay. Jan. 4th. at 10.00 A. x.
."......... Jan. 11th. at 12.IMI Noun.
state for taxes and not Deo. stet eta P. x."Im@UOIi .lueaday
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and )lr. W. Abbott of Louisville treasury .acre
A. KrlOajr. Jan. :M, at 3 P. JI..ALHtlSIII.1X.Thunol1.1). JIUI. 11th, at lao I'. x. '
Ky., arrived In town Tuesday. They has been allowd to go for default for Monday, Jan. 6th, at 3 f. n."YEMASSKE.Sunday: Jan. 11th. at 4.00 A. N. n. ........ 'IIIIII '" m
Jan. 7th, 3 x."CHRUKEE.Tueaday. JIUI. 10th at lI.tllI A. x. -
Weilneaday at P
from Ormond board the steamer
came on non-payment of the same., Not; a single Friday, Jan. ton, at 3 P. JI..I\IUILSUL....... .....Thuru.tay Jan. 15th at 8.00 A. at. Ii If
Georgiana, which in now running between just claim has been left 'unsettled, and Monday Jan. 12th, at 3 P. JII..JlUXl'OI ."...... ....l\uutlay. J.n. lath atll.00 A. H.
that place and Titusvllle in com We mand of Capt. Chas. Stewart; with Mr. the records of the state will show that Friday, Jan. Kith, at 3 P. x."YKMASSEK".Thur.4al; Jl\n. 2'-'lb. at 1.30 P. x. .
Monday, Jan. loth, at 3 P. JI..ClltROKJo.l\un.la. Jan 26th at 400 A. x. DOORS: SASH '
Carl Curtlsa as purser. even at this late day lands are Invariably Wednexlay Jan. lilsl: at 3 P. JI..l'ltlII1SULJo Tuesday Jan. 21th, at 6.00 A. x. : BLINDS, BRIOI3,
released to settlers at minimum prices Friday. Jan alit, at 3 P. is....."1InQrolaT..Tbureday. Jan.. 2mb. at 1.00 A. x. Lime &
-The cost of constructing the large Monday Jan :. >tb, at 3 P. x....."AIAiOStJUIN.Sunday. 'eb. 1st. at eon A. M. Cement'Shingles & Lath.
and substantial bulkhead at the cud of where It Is shown that, by mistake or Wednesday Jan. \IIlb..ta P. x...."YEMAS.. : r'KE.Tuewtay. Feb 3d, at 11.00 A. x. Guns, Ammunition and FishiiiR Tackle of all kinds Goods,Gautt:
Ship
the citizens dock having been assumedby Friday Jan. 30th,at3P.x..... IfEROKJo;.:.".......Tburaday. Jo'eb. nth. at1J.oeNoun: Doors Chandlery
Cook
otherwise, they are entitled to them. Stoves and Ranges, Gasoline Stoves, Coffins and Caskets;
the E. C. T. Co. Whatever amountcan As to the statement that Mr. Disitton New. ARTESIAN WELL PIPE a Specialty. Lawn :Mowers, Ice
be raised by voluntary kubscrlption Cream Freezers
; Brick Lime, Cement and
from the public will be devoted entirelyto owns two million acres, I doubt whether St. Johns River Line. Chimney Pipe; Flags & Bunting?

the repair and strengthening of the he personally owns one-tenth that Table and Pocket Cutlery; Mouldings, Scroll Work, etc., etc.
old portion of the dock, and In putting amount annd even If true, it would only Catalogues cards
sample and size \lists sent free Cwrespondencf
application.
down a good iron track and purchasinganother For Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points on elicited on
benpflt the state, as the taxes are invariably and estimates furnished promptly. 9
car which Is necessary to accommodate the St. JohnsRiver. -
the large amount of freight Increased in the hands of individual -

which is being handled from the town owners. The elegant Iron Side-*heel Steamer
dock. We hope our merchants will respond The Improvements in the Klssinimee "
liberally to the appeal of the com "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE, J. S.
mittee having meritorious matter In valley, the starting of sugar plantations Ca >t. W. A. SHAW, Watson Co.

charge. Subscriptions are earnestly requested the building of the sugar mill at Klsnira- "FR Et'K DE EARY ,

from our down-river friend, mee, and recently the development of .
who will be greatly benefltted by the ex. rice in that section have cost vast Capt. T. W. LUND, Jr.,
tension and proposed improved facilities Ar appointed to tall from JackwrnTille,dally except Saturday, at 3JO p. ui, and from Sanford, .
for handling height The Town Council amounts of money, and thus far proved dally except Sunday, at" 9.a. m. Commission

and the E. C. T. Co. have been more anything but a bonanza in material re- Sov r1iBOUND. SCHEDULE? NORTHBOUXD.
than liberal and It only remains for the turns. But It has drawn the attentionof Read Down. Read U... AND
do Leave 3.30 p. M......................... ....Jacluonrille........ .................. Arrive lies p. M
cltlsens to their duty, in order to secure the and of to that ... ... ............... .... ...
country Europe ..00 p, M..................... ..... .ralatkai. Leave roe p. M:
a duck that will be a credit to our I JO A. M.... ........ ................. AMor ... .... ... .............. 400 p. M
town. section, given employment to a large JI.4HA.M................ .............$tFrancis.. .... .................... M W.45 P. H' FORWARDING MERCHANTS.
number of people, and will in time prove 6.00 A. M...... .. .. ...... .............Bereaford... ........ .. ............... ll.fi A. Mu !
-J. S. Watson & Co. have begun the '.00 A. M. .. .. ... ... ... .... ....Blu. Springs ...... ................... 1UU A. M' t
the wisdom of :Mr. Dilution's confidencein Arrive 8.00 A. H.............. ... ...... ...Sanford... .... .... .. ...... .......... a 11.00 A. JI'
erection of a large warehouse at the new the future of Florida. AU this has 9.1SA. M.... .. ...... .... ........ .....Enterprl e.... .. .. .... .. .. .... .... .... r 990A.M'
terminus of the Citizens' Wharf. The
General Passenger and Ticket Office, 88 W. Bay St., Jacksonville: Dealers in Fertilizers
dimensions of the building will bo:30x75. takeu time money and labor, and I am
The bukiueM of this firm for the present F. M. IRONMONGER Jr. Florida Paueneer Agent.88 We t Bay St.,JackaonviUe, FU.J. ,
of the strain that it
cognizant .
personally (I. PKLOT. Freight A tent,on wharf fool Hegaa Street.Jaelutmville fla.
season has been far beyond their' bright has been physically and mentally on Mr. JOHN IIOWAKU, Florida Frelgbt Agent foot Laura Street Jat)aonvUle. Fla.J. I*. IIender,ion & Co"Poi Garden Seeds'Orallge !
eat; expectations, and bids fair to demand A.LKnLl K. ) Huiivrintendent,foot l.aura Street,JacluonvUle Fla.
every Inch of the they will have Disston whoso pride forbade relinquishing Til K(). spare MARSHALL II. ....t.Traffic.Manager! Bowling linen,New York.
when they get into their new quarters.The the object on which he had set his CLYUK. Boxes &
Arm will also retain the building heart. WM. F'. CLYDE & CO., GenM! Agents., Crates paper.CEMENT .

they now occupy. There certainly should As to the vast manufactory this city It South\Tb.n'... rhlladelphU. a Bowling Green,New York
be plenty of Meld for a large commission
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house at this point, and thus far the over_ which Mr. Diiwton presides, it 1* .- -- --.-.-- -- ----- --- -- PLASTER & HAIR. AGENTS FOR OCALA LJlf

pioneer firm have "filled the bill" with almost folly to speak. No one knows: Agents for the C. F. T. REFRIGERATOR CARS. |
tUfaction; we My unexpected for or should know better than the master
whoever knew commlution merchantfor Goods; lVIattlllEtc.w Will F..ral.hThea Iksired. '
a workman himself, the treatment received Dry Carpets mad aka'they .?properly LOADEU.ICED.B1U
that matter, who could please every.Lady ED. and TRACED to Ie.tIaedow
:; and commission men aa a rule by the employee of the Disston factories We will' Buy all kinds
fail to please their patrons more frequently many of whom have been with him o1csa.1c C3? ZElOtAll.: : will Fruits Vegetables, Furs and Skins ; In f I'f
and In for more general we Buy and Sell anything offered to
come '
and and the affection us. .
abuse than other flans of merchant. thirty forty years We claim to have the Largest Selection in the State. Oar prices compare favorably
The firm referred any to, however-If one and esteem in which the firm Is held by _ith the prices :North. 8pel'lalattention paid to order and correspondence.We Correspondence.solicitea! on any wants you may have.

can judge by the patronage they are receiving Its workmen shared by the numerous Respectfully, j, s. WATSO"Advocate" *
to the Best Grade.
-have come about. near giving citizens of this city among whom Mr. keep from the Cheapest -
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general satisfaction as could be expected Dinston has lived and worked.I Describe your want and the right good will come. -
in a hue of business where the thousand- have gone at some length into this

and-one chances and causes of misunderstanding subject as a matter of justice who which at : ::ohzFurchgott.. cSs Co. Job !
are so liable to occur and they ; should be accorded to a man Printing
least has some claim on the gratitude
deserve
credit for the and enterprise
they have; exhibited energy in trying to '[ and esteem of the citizens of Florida. SAc,: _RoC>1'I V. .T. FLAo HAS A COMPLETE OUTFIT OF NEW TYPE OF THE LATEST /I'

succeed and to please IUCUABD SJLUS6EB. o.:.;-tae r DEMGXS. GIVE US A TRIAL.

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