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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: January 23, 1891
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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NOTICES. LOCAL NEWS.Society -Mr. J. W. lluntlngton has been nick -Mr. Wm. Jarvis, of Cocoa, was In -Miss L. Donegan, of Dublin, Ireland, -Mr. A. A. Stewart lain Jacksonville, : t I

In bed a day or so this week. town, Tuesday: placed her autograph on the register at attending the session of the Grand Lo<]go ;

EPISCOPAL CHURCH. -Miss L. Forbes, of Providence c R. L, -Mr. W. Palmer Hoxlc, of'Philadel the Grand View, Tuesday. F. A A. M. .: \ ; ,:,,N t
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Divine Rev. B.service F. Brown every will Sunday officiate the morning second at and 11. with Indian and General Ulver and Oomlp Lake In Worth Connection upc- was in town Monday. phia, arrived here esterday.Mr. -Cupr. C. F. Fischer, with his trim- -In reply to numerous application, : "'/, ,

fourth o'clock.Sundays-morning at 11 and evening at done during piut week. Brief mention nf -Money I Money J I Money J III! I to Schonnmaker, of Cocoa, was In looking yacht, Elllo, left hero for Hock. for bark numbers of the ADVOCATE,.,w' ,

I Sunday School at 3 o'clock p. m. Interesting Kvrnts; About People Von loan on real estate. Apply to Bobbins town Wednesday ledgo 1 last: SaturdayPostmaster take this means of informing our readers ':, .

Communion second Know, and People Ion l on't Know Graham Field of Indlanola who that they arc all disposed of. t f" '
Holy. Sunday In the Picked up by Our Society Editor. Tltusville, Fla. -For rent, a first-class furnished room Itnlt'llummer ,.

Rev. B. F. Buowv, Rector. -The Indian River Guards hate received for lady or !gentleman., Board if desired. I 1M Buffeting from a bad cold! was In town our railway won anxious ';it,

dvcitlscmeuts under this heading : their uniforms, and they are quite Apply to :Mrs.: E. II. Titus. 22- Tuesday.Dr. to prove to the Railroad Commission "

PRESBYTERIAN CHTRCII. proud of them. Stewart Paton (., friend of Mr.W. that It hid Its end at the station In Tttusvllle ,
: are ten cents per line per week. Lieut. J. A. Swift and faintly have 1

p.Preaching m. Sabbath every School Sabbath at K.30 at 11 a.m.a. m. I'rayermeeting an.I' -Get the ADVOCATE at Dr. Screven's.Five House to rent, fl't)1Ithreo to ten returned to town from their trip to B. Peck), from New York, was In ; this winter one might suppose ''
every Wednesday evening at 1:30. furnished Indian town Monday, on his way down the i thl.'rtI'RII no station short of the end .f '
Cents per rooms, on Blvrr.-Apply Jnpiter.Mr.
Rev. Jfo. Foy, Pastor. copy. the wharf. } t'
-33T, Please watch the date on yellow to A. Ilildicth, Imlianola, Merritt's and Mrs. John 11. Cohns of river. '
benefit
of parties'
tho
Island Fla. For sale l.OtX of land frontingfour Notice. For
21Mr. Chicago stayed here short time acres
BAPTIST CHURCH printed slip at head of this paper or over a
wishing to visit New from points j4 :
Preaching every 4th Sundiv at It a. m. and upon wiapper. Do not allow subscription S. E. Osborn and wife, of Minneapolis Tuesday on their return north. miles on Indian River, In South / Smyrna
TM p. m. Sunday school every'Sltnt1ay at 4 p. m your Brevaid. For Information address VV.A. on Indian River, tickets will be sold to
Prayer meeting every Thursday at 7H P."'. to expire.Mr. left here on the noon train, Tuesday -Mr. and Mrs. Luther Jones, of New ticket, l
Titusvllle }'Ia\. 24*t.f. "parties of five or more on one
Rev. A. D.COHK.X,Pastor. been down therln.r. Baugh, ,
having on a hip
York auived In and
town
II. S. Williams, of Rockledgo, yesterday, for ono faro the rOl1ul.hili, till Jan. OlsL
-Ur. and Mrs. J. E. Baker and little
will the Indian hotel for
at River
CATHOLIC CHURCH was In town Tuesday, and gave our of. stop a Tltusvlllo to Rocklodgo for 830. The
Messrs.:: A. M. Scott and time. son Htartttl,, Wednesday, on the strainer '
O. S. Conch
fice a pleasant call. boat trains at Tltusvirin
Man and Sermon at injj o'clock a.m. Sunday no longer stop
morning at Masonic hall. -Mr. F. L. Moore and wife, of Iloston, of Charleston, who have been down the -Mr. S. O. VanLnndingham; In the St. RI.hllItllfor Jupiter ml. Lake station, so passengers would find It much

Rev.J. O'BoLE, Rector. Mass, registered at the Grand View on river on a pleasure trip, returned home happy father of a fine baby gill, that Worth, and may return Sunday.In more convenient to take the iteamorSweeney = .

Monday.Mr. this week. made Its appeaianeo at his home last consequence of falling health, I at tho Town Wharf.-O. ,K.' ,

STATE OFFICERS..' Jesse, E:. Burtz, one of the firm -Dame Rumor says that the great Saturday.The wish to greatly curtail my business and I Paddlson, gent freight and puss, agent" ;'
Governor-ErancU Fleming. to reduce stock offer It for cost.
EnglltiU Beuedlctino monk-Father Ignatius cabin launch my ; East t'o.ist Transportation Co. .
SOft
Delphlno, : ;
Secretary of State-John L. Crawford. of the Times Publishing Co., Palatka, stock and furniture will bo t
-who has been creating some excitement Is for charter the hour day for My grocery
Comptroller-W.D. Bloxam. was In town Sunday, visiting his rela by or @
Treasurer=Frank J.Pona.AttomeyoeneralW. north by his preaching, Is expected any point on Indian IIver.-A.lclresll, B kept ft.'pll.nlllhec1-antl sold at greatly reduced 'i
tives. Contlnufd ,
,\'ollts. My sales will bo for cash oral on Rage S. '
11.Lamar. on Indian River this winter W. Jerome, Rockludge, Fla. 24-t.f.
Commissioner of Agriculture B. Womb- -For Sale, a square, grand piano, two only.-Oko. B. Ull H'U. 22: *.
_n. -Stop at the Titusvllle Meat Market, -Mr. nod Mr*. Louis F. Williams, of
stools and order
Superintendent Public Instruction J. cover; perfect ; very on Washington Avenue when -Miss Eva Clapper and Mrs. Dennis, AN EXCITING SCENE '
if sold Address G. you come New York, returned from their trip to >
Russell. cheap immediately. sisters of Mrs Joule Wager left here for ,
to town. Fresh chickens ,
eggs, vegetables Lake Worth Mr. WII.lIamsln.ll1lgl..llu
region jesteiday.
AdJutant-General-Davld Lang. W. Indl-mola. -t. f.
Schuyler :
ON INDIAN RIVER.
Melrose N. Y. Monday night. They
on
beef etc. E. J. Davis ,
State Chemist-IT.Robinson. sausages, all the sport possible
-:Mr.: and Mrs. S. II. Ray and family received a' telegram to the effect that
Board of Daniel
State Health-R.P. ,president manager. 24at.f.Mr. while down the river. Mr. Williams will (t
J.P.Wall W. K. Hyer. left for Jacksonville Tuesday, and from their sister, Mrs. Schwartz, was very 111,
I ,State Health Officer-J.Y.Porter. and Mrs. 1[. Allen, and Mr. and hunt In this section for a time. Tho Indian River Steamboat''
there they will go t6 Quincy, Florida, antI consequently they started oft to attend .
:Samuel United Paiico.States Senators WUkini Call anpon for a short stay. On their return they Mrs. Jas. Ronan and daughter, of Trenton jy- By subscribing $1.50 per annum to her. Co.'s Steamer St. Luole! In Iu\' 1 !

Members of Congreae-R. II.M.Davidson and expect to move into their new house. N. J., friends of Mr. D. S. Hutchinson for the ADVOCATE, it will only cost you An will bo held In the Collision with a .'
iF.8.Goodrioh. :: arrived hero Wednesday, and have Tirt Cents' l'er Jl'1't1'o tnflt IntMed, oyster supper'
State Senator-Gardner 8. Harilee. i -We aro requested to state that the od Huckaby A Budge building on Main St. -
gone a trip to the tourists' Mecca- to any part of the United States. This
Representative In the Legislature for Brevard town tax books are no' open in the Lake Worth. on the evening of Wednesday, Jan. 28th Narrow Escape of Four. Sportsmen :
eonnt1-H.t".Atklnson. small sum will not ruin you. ,
Council room, next door to postofllce, 1801 under the auspices of the Ladles An took place on Indian ,
exciting scene
-The steamer Sweeney brought down Rev. B. F. Brown will hold
The nor-
and the Marshal those who church. There
requests Guild of St. Gabriel's
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Distances by Steamer from Tltus the largest load of freight carriedon River, Saturday morning about 10:30.: A
ever Gabrlel'lelmrch.
25th Inst.
vice on Sunday at St
have not their town taxes to cake and home
yet paid will also be Ice cream and of four comprising Dr.
Indian River last Friday and It Instated party sportsmen, <
villa to In the
; Sermon. morning on
forward and them without who desire It.
come made for those
pay candy
U. ;
J. E. Baker J. W. II. tx.
Miles.Hardeevllle that owing to being so deeply "Confirmation"; and In the evening a Huntlngton
.. .. ..; ... .... 12 further delay.Mr. laden she was beaten on the trip down lecture will be "Creed." All -A visit to the place of Mr. J. W, Homey and C. J. Clune, on board the : c
Courtney .... .. .. .... .... .. 14 given on made the
and Mrs. Morton, their little Huntington, at Aurantia, was Signal Service sailboat, started for the
Sharpes, ... .. .. ... .. .. 17 by the steamer St. Sebastl.m. : denominations are cordially Invited. f
first of the week and It noticed that side of Indian Klver the *
brother was east sportsman's
and Mrs. Morton's 4.
City Point,.. .. .. .. .. . 18 daughter, -In consoqueno of the death of Mr. .
Indianola,... .... .. ... .. 20 have been spending a few days In town II. C. Vance the editor and senior ilr. Jno. W. Ensign, of Huntington, his improvements are still going ahead. paradise-for the purpose of Indulging

Merritt, .. ... .. ... '" 22 this week, having come over from Heath, member'of Vt.; Mr. J. Lee Ensign, of Chattanooga, Ills buildings-residence, stable, coach In duck shooting, the boat being 'f I '

'Cocoa .. .... .r... .. 21JIardee' in their yacht, on Monday. Their yachtnow the firm of Vance Beebo & Ad- Tenn.I Miss Delia McDowell and Mrs. house etc.-are located a very charm- In charge of Sergeant Ilersey. ,
8, .. .... .. .. .. .. .. 25Rockledge. ams, proprietors of the Orlando Jirrord,
S. F. Caul of Toledo Ohio Mr. and oaks
29Coqulna carries 00 yards of canvas, insteadof it has been decided to offer the ; ing spot, surrounded by mighty While making for their destination p-
plant
of old. Their friends Mrs. Rutherford, of Newaby, Ind.; arrived pines palmettoes, cedars, magnolias and the Indian River Steamboat Cola steamer "-
45 were
.. .. ... .. .. .. 20 as many material and goodwill for sale at a low "
Georgtana .. .. . . 81 pleased to see them in town. In town Wednesday other trees. His U mile ditch, with a St. Lucia, In command of Capt., Win. #

Brantley,.. .. ... ... .... .. 37 figureMr. -Mr. J. P. Turner has returned from depth and width of 4 ft., drains the land Lee-which was on her return'trip from s
'Tropic. .... .... ... ... ... 42 -There was no meeting of the Titusville Geo. F. Ensey Is a happy man and his avenue-about the
Georgia, where he went to attend the admirably; a Jupiter to Tltusville-was lighted In ; ,

Eau Melbourne.. .... ... .... .. .. 53 60 Town Council of yesterday of, the owing to this week, Mrs. Ensey having on Wed- funeral of his mother. We understandthat mile and a half In length-running to distance As she drew near her destination

.... .... 68 absence from town some mem nesday presented him with a New Tear's Mrs. Turner was about to visit her Indian River, Is as pretty and picturesque -the railway wharf-the, sailboat

Malabar, :... .... .... .... 60 bers. Dr. Graham Is in Philadelphia, present, in the shape of a bouncing baby son, In Titusville, when she was seized a spot as you will find anywhere In and I. It. Steamboat Company' steamer

,88Sebastian. attending the funeral of his brother; Mr. boy. We are pleased to chronicle the with the grippe, and departed this life this section. This place Is situated on collided, partly swamping the boat and '

Orchid, ..... ... .... ... .... 80 Bay is attending of the the Ancient meeting Order of the of fact' that both mother and child are doing after a short illness. the north half of the Garvin grant, and nearly throwing the occupants Into the,,, v'

Enos, ... .... ...*. .... .... .. 83 Grand Lodge as well as can be expected.: -The attention of our readers Is Mr. Huntington may be termed the pioneer river. They, however, grasped, the 4.
Narrows .... ... .... ... 89 Freemasons in Jacksonville; and Capt. .
,. -Cottage containing 7 rooms, suitable drawn to the advt:/of the Melbourne of that part of the country. Capital steamer like drowning men do strawi.
,8t. Lucie, ... ... .. .. .... .109 Fischer has gone down the river. Thus, for two families; also single rooms, to ntjw and thrift has been the motive and managed to climb aboard,minus two
Fort Pierce, ... ... .... ...100 It will be seen, only two councillors remain House, Me.Uurne\ on page 0. It is a energy .
Ankona, .. .. .. .. ... ..... ltd let, with fine cistern; house finely situ*; place we can fully recommend to anyone power at the above place, and Mr. guns which went Into the river.

Eden, ,.. .. .. .. ; .. .. .. .. .123 in town to-day ted and In first clans ,order; flrstnUopr wishing to be near the Atlantic Ocean, Huntington must have worked like a The sportsmen state that they were on

Waveland .. ... .... .... ..130 '-Mr. and'Mrs. Chas. B. Cory, little west of J. !f.,Sander's'store; one block and also to those who are fond of fish Trojan-amidst all the various obstacleshe their proper course, and would, have ,

Jupiter .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .154 daughter and nurse returned from their from steamboat landing, Brevard Avenue ing, shooting and sailing. The rates are has had to contend with-to accomplish passed the stern of the St Lucle In safety

LAKE WORTH INLET TO trip to Enterprise Friday evening.' 'Mr. Cocoa. Enquire of M. Gould, Del- within the reach of most people. From what he has. We noticed also, had she not suddenly been swung

New River,.'.... .. .. ... .... 67 Cory had some very fair 'quail shooting anoy Avenue, Cocoa, Fla. 242Messrs. those who have stopped there we learn that about 25 acres of the hammock has round for the purpose of making her
Narrows .... .... .... .. 80Cape )
Cut bagging'about 29 the first underbrushed well as a nice usual berth at the wharf that
been as
Florida .. 00 while away, J. M. Lee &; IJro's Hotel In- that the table Is supplied with the best railway ; .
Soldiers Key. .... ,.'r. 9ISIJ ], day. 'Mr.. J.: M; Lee's bear was an object dian River, at Rockledge, is now in full the market affords. pelce of land being grubbed ready for the steamer was In the wrong, It boles

,.. Elliotts Key, .. ., .,. .jv. .i.lftl' interest to them Sunday. Mr. and Mr*. swing, and a large number of guests are -We were glad to see our Sheriff-Mr. vegetable growing. The place is well the duty of steamboats to keep clear, ,
Key!Larger..1.1..Ill Cory took several Instantaneous photographs daily arriving there. The following able worth a visit. of all sailing craftand that It was culpable
Key West,.-.;;.;.... ..:. ,... .241 Jas. E. Bowman-peep Into our office on Let
his the of
of him while going through staff of assistants are on hand: A. 8. Tuesday. He has recovered from his -Mr. S. B. Wright, of DeLand, the negligence upon part Capt. :t

various antics on a tree, in a tub and on Lee, office manager; N. T. Powell, cash- recent severe Illness and is out again. Insurance agent who visited our town for not keeping a proper look-out' <\

King Kalakaua's Remains. his pole. The steamer Canaveral, with ier; J. B. Baker, steward; Will Jeffers, The prevailing Influenza, of which he and office recently, and who has done sailboats that maybe crossing, or ta stony .

Mr. and Mrs. on board, was timedto has been way In their track. They there.was !
Cory telegraph operator; Frank S. Stout, chef had a severe attack, is said to differ most of the Insurance which say \.
SAH FKANCISCO, CAI, January 21.- leave here, for Canaveral Club, at 7:SO de cuisine; Wm. II. Alexander, headwaiter from the very grippe, In that it leaves Its effected In Titusvllle, met with a severe hardly any breeze at the time, and that'..." a..
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The body of the late King Kalakaua was yesterday morning, blIt was 8:S5 be- ; John D. Maghee, parlor man; victims In no worse condition than when loss by fire, himself, hut week; as the tthey were uncertain as to which aide of

embalmed last night, and to-day the remains fore she got a fair start. H. W. Crittenden, private book-keeper; It found them. The Sheriff Informed us following clipping from the Yoluala their boat the steamer would pass

were placed in a metal casket and -The Indian River Sunday School J. C. Walker, assistant clerk; ,and Mrs.I ha had been In bed about ten days, and County Record describes the occurence: On the other band, Captain Lee say* '
to the
hermetically aealed and conveyed Association will bold convention in the E. L. Grout, housekeeper.Dr. during that time his avoirdupois had "About eleven o'clock on Saturday he did all In his power to avoid an accident '

mortuary chapel Trinity church, whereIt the Methodist Church, at Cocoa, on Tuesday Walter 8. Graham and mother been reduced by twenty pounds.Sir morning last the fine residence propertyof Immediately upon observing the
detail from
will be guarded by a Feb. left here for Philadelphia the Mr. Silas B. Wright, In the western and he had witnesses to bU
forces here the the 17th day of next. Every on noon II. Coventry, Messrs. S. Janlon, boat, prove
United States
Time. Union. army The remains will says not lie school connected with the association train, Saturday, having in charge the remains H. V. Jones and A. Stopwood, four Englishmen part of the city, was discovered on fire. statement; that he did not consider juir '

it requested to send two delegates. An of the late Mr. Kemp S. Graham, registered at the Indian River Before much assistance could get there blame was attached to him;t. that there o
in state and will not be shown to the ,
all-day meeting is desired. We would, who died here last week. The Doctor Hotel from Orlando, on Friday last. the whole of the roof of the house was was a pole and oars on board the jail--' '- s

pabUe. therefore, ask our friends in the neigh- expects to be back In Titusville about the ADVOCATE a short call eveloped In flames, and with the excep boat, and had those In the boat used then "

At one o'clock on Thursday afternoon, borhood to bring their lunch baskets. the 30th Inst, but his mother will re They gave and said lion of portion of the furniture from they could have kept clear: of the steamer ;
while in town, they were on a
will be held at Trin-
the funeral services
Rev. Wm. Shaw, Mr. F. E. Nettleton main In Philadelphia. Mrs. Graham and arrived here In the lower rooms everything went up in under the circumstances. Ha said be
church and the remains will then be hunting trip, having a ,
ity and other distinguished workers will be family have the heartfelt sympathy of sailboat which they bad engaged at New smoke. The fire originated In the gar had saved fourteen lives front ft watery ; ,

escorted by United States troops Sec present An interesting programmewill our townspeople In their sad bereave. Smyrna., They left for the Banana river ret, where old books and papers bad been grave, and he WM pleased to say there
National
ond Brigade, Second California be arranged for the occasion. The ment. The loss of her youngest son wasa aU returned here laid snide, it Is supposed that a spark were no lives lost on this occasion.

Guards, and various Masonic bodies to public generally are cordially invited.W. sad blow to Mrs. Graham, but we trust next day. They had bad a yesterday from the chimney or rats had got bold The accident was witnessed by largn

the wharf where they will be officially L. Hughlet, President.Mrs. she will bear it with Christian fortitude. saying down they the Indian River very as of a match and from which the fire star number of people ashore and afloat, and
received by Rear Admiral Brown, and pleasant trip ted. The residence cat $2,700, and was I excitement

conveyed on board the flagship Charleston John Aspinwall Is now erectinga Marshal Circle a good sort of fellow far as the south end of Merritt's Island, protected by insurance of 13,000. The great There has been prevailed.some talk of an set on
house on the in his way-found what Is vulgarly and then up Banana River. far as the
which came over from Mare Island very pretty two-story furniture was Insured also, but Mr. the Indian River Steamboat Co. '
i Gallie It Li termed "mare's nest" on Saturday. Thousand Islands, where they bad very against ;
I yesterday. north side of the Eau river. a Wright sustains a loss of about ./,OO over but was Injured althongb
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The Charleston will sail for Honolulu to be rented furnished The bouse Is With martial tread and: genial smile, be fair duck shooting. One night they and above all insurance They were left as nobody of V .
bad narrow being cru
I I and nicely equipped with entered the ADVOCATE office, and quietly cooked and managed "stow away" six they a escape
at four o'clock on Thursday afternoon. comfortably without a borne sail but little clothingand ed under the wheel-and the most vale
I Colonels McFarlin and Baker, and the the exception of household linen and read the law with reference to the summoning teen duck between them; sor It Is very furniture, and the loss would have able of the two recovered we think'
silver. The house Is to be ready for occupancy of jurors. Having carefully followed evident they did not lose their appetiteson guns
attendants will -
'king's personal accompany been severe bad there been no protect It much the wiser plan to let the ,cutter
about January 13th In addition out his lawful injunction, be the trip. Although they saw the
the remains.Mr. the That
ion insurance on property.
by and thankful
rest where It Is, be the: affair
there Is a nice piece of ground, pointed to the name of "II. Walton," as track of a panther, they did not return afternoon Mr. W, and family moved into did not terminate seriously
of New be raised of those who had been drawnto with Its hide, as they were not preparedto more
and Mrs. F. M. Lohen, where vegetables and fruit can being one the Munn residence east of the Carroll than U did. 4 7

York, arrived in Tltusville this week. at option of occupant; also a pump anda serve on the Grand Jury. After encounter such large game with duck ton, where they will remain for the pre The principle loser by the accident> 3s
flow of good water from an pointing out the fact that there was nopeJ'llOn shot. They left fur Sanford on laatnight'
-Ur. J. E. Ender U another tradesman splendid sent. At the alarm of flre Mr. Wright Dr. Baker who had charge of )I". TX &
well. Situation cannot be surpassed. of that name connected with the train, on their way to Orlando, ,
added to the sick list In consequenceOf artesian was in the office of Hamlia 4 Stewart, Uutchlnsun's ,4
IUA-whlb s lrremahM
the prevailing influenza which baa .-Apply, for terms, direct to Mr*. ADVOCATE, he apologized for his error' and expect to return here In March, and arrived Just la time to see his beau- '
held possession of TKusvUlo for some John Aspinwall, Eau Gallic Indian and left the office a little wiser than better equipped to tackle any wild animal tiful property entirely enveloped Inv at the bottom of the river. Tu- gun It*
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\, \11' :H ast:: Coast AdvocaiB.d WASHINGTON. D. to fnot* ,"oi.1t of silver.would'The bo overwhelm-speech at.:.; ;SOUTHERN, BRIEFS ADDRESS, TO AttlANCBMEH ,'. !I NEWS AND.NOTES. ?

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d 'mJvt'r; ; ,. : Fl..ontDA. .... DAILY OCCURRENCES IN THE State
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_, President Adam, of the AND CABLE. >.
c, THE
.. NATIONAL ,
: ., ; ', NOTES. SUNNY SOUTHLAND Farmers' Alliance, issues the following ,
FEARFUL WEATHER of Tuesday : It address In The Ailimet Herald:

: Proceedings of the Second that the fight say on the appears force To the Allianccmen of Alabama Dent Epitome of Incidents that Hap t
,"v Which is in be Curtailed Into Interesting and. Brethren-I feel that I would be recreantto .
( Being Experienced resumed
the
:,, of the as soon as alive r loot pen from Day to Day. .
Ion 51st and to duty were
European States. ed ot. Newsy Paragraphs. the Alliance my :
Sjr
,v -- of state ill in -- to nay a word or two just at this time. '
/tjxraaon, eatncgrani ot, rriaay says: correspond states # .
other
[fI* flow' the seventh week of the prevaoca rice-president laid before the the Spanish minister in regard Arrangement have been made for a It has been said that all that londay1 dispatches asp The Scotch
reform
ot frost throughout the United ate on Saturday, the' protest of alleged outrages perpetrated on regular service of steamer between have done more in the grand land of ours are giving way at all, rf!

: !IWld mt' with no signs of abatement three members of the Idaho missionaries in the.Caroline Chattanooga and St. Louis. is now going on all over this! .! points. I
< '
,; tIi.8eTerlt, of'the weather. For du- against aljowing Mr. DuboU to than our own. It is true that some The Zetland Balford, fund, raised for *
t seat Referred to the deportment The grand lodge of Mason, of North the states! are ahead of us as 10 the number of the suffering of Ireland
:of the frost period this Is the committee en has a* yet taken the relief poor _
test winter of.the,century, and In leges and election Mr. Sherman, in regard to Commander Reiter' Carolina, met at Raleigh Tuesday evenIng of Alliancemcn elected to office; but of, now amount to $100,000. "
? in lea 104th annual convocation ahead ,
;' p 'of severity,, the winters of 1818 the committee on foreign his conduct In the Barrundia my brethren, reforms do not go and The failure of E. Ilornbosthe, broker, ..
.;:'" and 18U alone exceeded it. The Thames ported a bill to amend the act of investigated by.a court of in* It is announced that the French government light and knowledge. Religious was announced on the Stock Exchange, f'
low Richmond remains partially frozen, ry 1889, incorporating the has abolished the office of political liberty was not given to the peo at New York Monday. 1

I 11* >covered with ice floes, "blch are Canal Company (authorizing the business! in the house of repre French vice consul at Charleston, 8. C. pie until the people understood full well strike, in the shoe manufactories .,

ipedlng navigation. Numerous deaths. bond guaranteed by the United on Tuesday defeated a rosolu- A Raleigh, N. C., dispatch says: Sen- the cause of their religious and mistakes political The at long Rochester has ended. The .\
U.' resulted from the extreme cold, placed on the calendar and with that officers on detailed ator Zebulon Vance was re-nominated for oppression, and I hold that the employees

feral of them at the very gates of the companying report ordered printed. which they are paid, shall not United State senator Monday night.in that some of our brethren have made in are returning towork.I
.Workhouses, where groups of poor peotole senate then resumed 'consideration salaries. tho Democratic caucus voting through all the elections up to the A gang of five safe blowers was caught !

were waiting for shelter finance bill, (or hf the antl- Uve The itcamer Sylvan Grove was destroyed present time will be advantageous/ to our by the police of Chicago Saturday night"

'. f'Midland newspapers declare that th us- bill,_as Mr. Sherman termed it in the house appropriation bill was by fire on the wharf at Wilmington cause. The great body of the people- One of the gang Is an old professional {>
and
e of persons in that region are In a motion) and Mr. Morgan continued The Saturday placed ],T. C., Saturday morning. Insurance, L e., the working people-are aroused, The advisory board of railroad presidents \4

.t idltlon of seml-starration, many labor speech begun by him Friday in then taken army in appropriation committee $20,000; loss, probably the tame. and they will never sleep until the wrongs has decided agreement for "
of I
idle without fire of the free coinage amendment. up that are now perpetrated upon the people the association up elected officer
being compulsorily The international and show ,

4 food of local Tho board mayors are of directing cities, with an the or- Mr.Morgan Dawes yielded presented the floor the, temporarily of the treasury laid be. opened at Charleston pet,S. C., Tuesday poultry and arem-ade-right.T I hear aliiancemen cry out that the alliance In the lower house of the Illinois leg ,.

: ilzcd :'distribution, of bread and coal port on the bill to carry out, in part house, Saturday morning a rec. promises to be a great success. There has been defeated in her fight for islature, on Tuesday, a resolution was 1
the free '
provisions of the for tn appropriation of are over 2,000 entries of poultry and 167 and for United States senator passed endorsing coinage of \
; '1'' id are ttartioff relive kitchen; still they act to divide the governor '
til to reach most of the cases of distress, Indian reservation and, and in to put electric ,wires in certain dogs. and therefore the alliance is ruined. silver (,
'f Tbo cossta of Belgium Holland and to a question by Mr. Edmunds; now being constructed. Dr. G. A. Tennison, vice-president of: Now, my brethren, let me inform you The picture '/The Angelus," that h 'i i

it orth' Germany are blocked with ice. In explanation. He said that the at Atlanta and Augusta, tho Mississippi State' Farmet Alliance, hat: yon are very much mistaken in all been on exhibition in this country -s

{Scheldt river,. navigation is nearly at a Mon of which Gen. Crook was the named in the list on Tuesday, assumed tho presidencymade this. In the first place the alliance was tome time, was shipped to lave Saturday .>v

|t&ndatilon account of ice. At the nprth'German promised the Sioux Indians; in the Windom on Monday, sent vacant by the death of Ron R. C. not defeated for governor by a majority morning. (

t :' port of .Cuxhaven, twenty-nine of negotiation, to use its of representatives a letter Patty, congressman. I vote. The way the alliance was' defeated Chief Thurson, of tho railway telegraph .} '
steamships are ice-bouhd.t Washington for the redress of tinl{ estimates of appropriations A dispatch of Tuesday from Hardee- I Is too well known to the tote for me to operators baa issued an Appeal for money ,

vAn: Antwerp 10,000 workmen haven grievances. The commission $6,074,003, returend by the vine, S. O., says: Albeit Jones, who was I devote any time or space discussion for the striking operators on the Chicago, '.

'. thrown out ott employment, owing ly met forty representative Sioux of the government reported by the Stat board of health to of that question. Suffice it to say that Ind St. Paul road. }.

d unuilu&lIy'Myere weather. The misery from the reservation where the the service of the fiscal year have had a case of smallpox, is dead.' No the farmers will not be defeated in, the The list of railroads that are parties to ;'

a 1 lined among tha poorer classes in conscience outbreak occurred, to see to it that 80, 1801, for prior years. other cases have been reported.The same manner any more, and, as to the the new Western Traffic Association :1.

f% is widespread\ and intense. The assurances were carried out. The largest items are: For the de Secretary of State issued a com- United States senator, we did not make does not include the Chicago, St. Paul ;

of dynamite Is about to bo tried to committees of both houses were also of justice, $1,651,038; the navy mission Saturday to the State Publishing the fight in tim .. Wo were too latenottoo and Kansas City, nor the Chicago and ,

: the ice. at Copenhagen, where eat, and all being together, tho bill $1,507,807; treasury, $ 26.- Company, of Columbia, 8. C. Its objectis : late if all the farmers of the general Alton road. t.. "'.

". Brat steamship lie ice-bound. been prepared to carry out : to publish a daily eight-page paper in assembly could have viewed the questionas Judge Pratt, in New York, va- i*
J- At Berlin the temperature Is at sixteen assurance as the Indians interstate commerce com- Columbia.' The capital stock is $30,000. some of us did. cated the order appointing a receiver ;
'
'''Fahrenheit. In tho northern them. The conference report was Monday But, my brethren, we have some good
/degrees practically agreed to Governor Fowle's '
and directs
/ regarding for the trust Saturday
; message ,
1 {tart of Italy snow began to fall Wednesday to, and Mr. Morgan resumed his the senate bill modify! the plundering of the oyster beds in the and true men that are not educated yet, that the sugar company be handed over to the ,1

-, mod did riot cease till Friday. The. During an intermission the pension section of the Inter- northeastern sounds, caused considerable but they are being educated, and if we reorganization committee. .
\ inhabitants of that region are suffering propriation bill and the bill act so as to permit the debate in the North Carolina legislature do not become too impatient these I
such weather being entirely unknown ing $300,000 for a public of traffic. The brothers will lOon stand with us in all A Washington dispatch of Tuesday .
f fCutely, : phrase Tuesday. Governor Fowle asks for$Hi-, ,
: l* 'to them,, and it is feared that Providence, R. I. reported the bill has not been definitely 000 with which to provide the armed that is just and right Our cause is just, says: Tho doctors havo just held a consultation "",

,i 'tmmbcra of( people have perished In the I placed on the calendar, Mr, on, but it is expected that at force. and the interest of the farmers and workingmen over Senator Hearst of Califor- ,
t tormyA concluded at 4 o'clock, and the bill meeting all the details will be of this country is one and the nag, and have pronounced his case hops- *, "
.' ;. ;! that laid aside and a message from the the ordered A Jackson. Miss., special says: In the same. less. Cancer of the stomach is the cause ,.
from Vienna to be made
) report
'Dispatches say cotnl -
city court the railroad
,aunicatton l with points south of that city dent was read, forwarding Monday, commission Read our tenth declaration: A cablegram of Monday from Paris, "
jt"v tho legislative assembly of Oklahoma secured judgment against the Alabama "We labor' for the education of our : : Though only 141,000,000 francs :
and all
says
\ .I* greatly impeded, on railways Windom on Tuesday sent and Vicksburg railroad' for
,centering there tho movement of trains tho relief of destitute people of that of $5,000 class in the science of economic govern were required the terms of the new
representatives with Ia- for failure of tho
\ to bulletins
) company post -
tory. Referred to the committe ment in a strictly
\t< ,lafmrtlftUy suspended.if on non-partisan spirit. loan, the enormous sum of 2,340,000,000francs
letter from of the arrival
i a and of trains
propriations. The senate adjourned.In departure Brethren, let us remember that we are was deposited by subscriptions
,m:SPAiN AND, FBANCE. of internal revenue, as required bylaw.Attachments to labor '
ibor
labor
the house for the education of
'%J f ; on Monday, Mr. ; ,
A London of
,'A telegram from Madrid reports heavy of Arkansas, offcrred an I certain amendments to the amounting to $22,000 our class. We are not to be so ready to Baron Ilirsh is dispatch' Monday says: .
for cxtcn-
!Dow-(al1sln Spain and says that oommu- the Dockcry resolution providing for I to tax on tobacco The com- were run against Brown & Sharp, whole- qucstion the motives of a brother, but we sire negotiating an t '
) Jewish settlement in Palestine for the
: :DlcaUon with all of is says that owing to active com., sale and retail dealers in
$ provinces Spain appointment of a spacial dry goods and should point out his mistakes, and a good
benefit of
y \ several thousand Jews now ,
difficult. five members to inquire into all the ) circles the necessity groceries Columbus,Mlss., Monday. The nan will repent when ho is made to see driven .""
\k.T :It also reports the prevalence of In- and circumstances connected with movement on the part of manu- assetof the firm are about $32,90X( Poor his error. being by persecution from Russia.

,\ fc ttnscly cold weather In Valencia, where silver pools in which the senators and the present advantages of collections and the stringency of the "We labor to suppress; nil personal, A cablegram from Paris say: Several v*

orange groves hare been swept by the representatives are alleged to be etc., Le recommends that sec money market caused the trouble. local and sectional prejudices." persons I were drowned in thfe Seine Tucs- |S

\.. ;,l.atoan, entailing heavy losses. ested; also as to the alleged purchase relating labels and notice on Figures from the census office at Brethren, wo must not, in our zeal for day. The river has been frozen over with '.

if. A.violent, storni accompanied by hail4and sale of.silver prior to and since the amended'by an addition there- I Washington show that tho asssessed valve the cause, forget the principles upon only thin ice in the centre. In spite of .t

snow, and extending a long distance sago of the act of July 14, 1800, giving the manufacturer I of real and personal property of which our grand order was founded, and, warnings a number of persons went too
#/a a :In the land is reported from Algiers. The ing the names of persons of branding or printing as colored, people in sixteen cities of Virginia we should remember that it takes time fa out, tho ice broke and several were it\

.1;}> report I* coupled with the assurance that ,. selling the same and who are the caution label required are $3,234,542. The sixteen cities to educate, and our. people began. their d.owne ,.

nothing ,liko such severity of weather twelve million ounces of silver all boxes of cigars. probably represent fully one-half of the education only about four years ago.. So, A Washington dispatch of Tuesday ,,

""i 'tree ever known in that region before. which the United States is now aub,1 wealth, of the- colored. people ot the I say that considering the brief t'mo; that say: Tho Colorado men with the silver t

;, i Ad vice*, from Paris say that the Seine purchase. Mr. Rogers' amendment OF ,TRADE. whole state. we have been. in school we have made brick, who were refused free coinage at .

:" ? I*blocked with ice near Rouen and that agreed to, and the resolution as ,. The town of Gold ville, on the Colum wonderful progreefh The people have the Philadelphia mint, and appealed to :

5 .the Baone in frozen" above Lyon. Telegrams was agreed to. Mr. Rockwell ; Co.'s Business Review for bia, New erry and Laurens railroad, in, been thirty years- Retting into their present the director of the mint, bays carrried .,

{ from Arras and Mimes say that the diplomatic aud consular the Past Week. Lauren*,county, 8. C., was almost totally cond.itl.onandolf they can get 4 .., ranch suffering Is being caused at these bill, and it wa placed upon the t destroyed by' fire Monday. There was- bondage la twenty ;yearswe should feel DO better result.
.
i-.f." ...places by the intensely cold weather, and Tbe house then, after some sparring & ColT weekly review of an explosion,of powder that injured several proud, and there is hope of freedom, this :i A Minneapolis, Minn., special of Tues ;
\ !'i-that::anumber of persons have been the limitation of the general : 'The year opens with the ex: people.. The place has just been side of five years. day says the telegraph operators employed <

t ."/vfonnd" ',frozen to' death.TIIE'TREACIZBROUS:. which was finally fixed at ono hour (in the money market, built since tho new road was opened, Brethren, our homes, cur wives, our by the Chicago o, Milwaukee and St. Pant

"w..;," half, went into a committee of the resulting from annual and has.flourished in that tl me. children, and American liberty depends ; road have agreed to strike, the company
for further consideration of army which have beed larger upon the success of the principles for having declined to rescind order for a
At the an
Dispatches Monday : request
ICE. The hopeful feeling in most say which the Alliance is ,
priations. contending. redaction of salaries Chief Thur ton ,
/ of Hon. tho
Evans
,
Clay
: : r In the senate, on Monday, among of trade continues also, and, the 'of wan ho agreed to have full tests secretary made When I hear of&. farms* that refuses toooperate has issued a circular asking contributions t

,'I' ., 'Wne: > People Find a document presented and referred,' is improved. The legis ot the steel produced by the basic \ with the Alliance in her struj- from all telegraphers in aid the strikers
Watery with proocseat
) is regarded by many gle for homu and for I o
Grave. liberty
$ petitions and memorial am reminded -
very many >-, and the situation in the Chattanooga, for the purpose of ascertaining of tbe that Representative Barker, of Cleveland,
: Further dispatches from Paris,' received for and some against tho Conger lard ; cotton industries is not satisfac, its fitness foeheavy:; ordinance.The asked of hi*followers question "Will our also Savior 0h0. a Republican, created a sensation

; Tuesday, regarding the Seine horror, also two petition in favor of the c of some products in both law gives Secretary Proctor author! away'."' andi' one of}, them ye go house Monday by offering a resolution
1 0ays The Seine, with the exception of right bill; At""SI, o'clock the finance further reduced and many ty> to make such test, and, they will be "Lord tawhom shall answered, severely condeming the govern
thou
the center; of the river; has been frdzen came up, Mr. Allen of Washington, .stopped for a time. The cur. oonductey by the chief of ordinance the words of eternal life we!" gf\ hast ment's administration of Indiad affairs,
ly entitled the floor. :
to Mr. Platt
8'ovorfor'somQ.ttme'put.' Tuesday the ing erediu..wblch tbe monetary I A Raleigh dispatch says An appeal L would ask our brother farmers and calling upon Ohio's representativesin
:r, ,:whole rtvcr,wat covered over with ice, an explanation a* to why he had not', 11 causes, is, therefore, severely : to the supreme court of the United States whom will they look foe help,and for t congress to secure the transfer of, Indian -

1 .;. '';t the middle,of theatream, however, being cording to notice which he gave **a*i%q'her.bra hea of bus:. in the suit of Utilizer and.Toaks, of Now lief if not to',yourselvesYou..have looked le. affairs from the department interior

hidden by what the police judged to bet Friday to the, moved to take up lie the had bill i& becomJngrl; + awt every day York, against the state of South.ClU'o.IIna to the politicians for thirty years, and to the war department.An .

;.'; dangerously thin Ice. Consequently, the ing that tbere copyright would be of "" obstacle to prosperity Is, allutar which was' deoidodr adversely to, when you,oak for relict they tell that adjourned meeting of the Chamber
*.- ,$':withoritlcs forbade the peoplo to attempt no urgency the debasement of the plaintiff by the state supreme court, was you.do understand YOU Tour of Commerce of New York City, ,was
bill ,
bate the finance but the
J.T to cross the river, and the police were in on of that bill anxious uee violent contractions, thE 'perfdcted Monday. The case, involvesUO,000"ftiAd'is cotton may go down to yourel.less than, held Monday morning to receive the
s Alntruote4,tvf enforce.the order. In spite charge wn I' foreign investments, a col $ to get payment for iron the cost cent report of the cmitt on finance and
It bo
debate should continued. of
.ot this a pumbcr venturesome men/ands upon and, disaster ,which will furnished the Chatham. Railway Com. in,like prdUcton., are thig currency on pending legislation in
first
the after
and ou
txtys: utterly disregarding the warningcry.of very bill opportunity of he every branch of trade and pany. I 1 I you shpeid.not ; The Lord on the finances of the countf.
finance was disposed ( mak i much conge
'. the'police and of crowds of people would ask the senate to consider 4.new.biil.passed.by the last: logisla-hav money on ,,., taw that was not unanimous.
,who were watching them, attempted to copyright bill. )Ir. Paddock manufacture the shrinkage of ture, has been agitating the peoplo ot we have boon so indo pt and lazy that were opposed to the free coinage of
cross tho Seineon tho Ice when in the gave strained con. and have. silver.
; tice on the other hand, that without severely many Rome; Ga., good deal jately, especially we produced el'ugi fq raaka qurrselves *
,
,middle of the5 stream, the Ice gave way gard to the copyright bill, or any pries of goods have been,low, the city council. It provides- for : poorer! one'tf'ora'of' ". A cablegram from Cork, say;, The
;land JirecipH&tud the crowd of people in- bill he would at the first reductions have been made the Duration of the office,of recorder and truth in the ovr-proucton theory, except state of destitution into Which the poor
,
.', '' to the frrfllnl water. In spite ot efforts ask,the senate to take the past week in bleached cotton. combinea4hat office with.that of city' at- that wo, :, t working people people of some portions of Ireland*are
up pure
\ :to:rescue 4herat though a number of bill. Mr. Allen then addressed the trade from different cities are torney, making one man both judge and have pauo too many millionaires. ,.Iuoge can be judged by

J ,wejpdrawn. from the river, nine, ate in advocacy of Mr. Stev\'art'* tttflatttced by reviews of last city aUornejc, which.is,.of course,. impos years ago one these ay the representatives thJact.th,
'pmpP BN'j4< to have been but generally indicate aible.. The eounciL I..io in millionaires would o
: :: own ment to the finance bilL Mr. Berry size a. quandary; have ben a curiosity, families living 1 Cloyne district waited.
JJ"i !! addressed the senate in support of of traffic in progress foe fact, the passage of the' uct was asurpriseto and now we can elnt them by the upon the board of earnestly ,
ft. with marked improvement them. thousands and
Stewart' amendment. Mr. at th same time the begged for assistance They
monetary pressure, abated, At from Rome .Ga. great body of the people stated that for had
;- k1wi0TIdR' OUTBREAK. made an argument in favor of A dispatch Tuesday are growing some time past they !
.. amendment which was limply, he :&, the leather and shoe trades says;. :Mr. N. B. Griffin has made quite a pore every year,, still we are told that been starving and living almost/entirely
..ht" .- It proposition for the free coinage of and retail purchases are confined valuable discovery on his place near: that too much. I is truly an overproducton v.p tuip

Indians. Threaten to Avenge ver and the restoration of silver to up size: Wool ia in little city. He has found vein of lead and of these money god that th the wife of the Pine Ridge

the Lynching of a'Boy. monetary functions Mr. Allison Some uneasiness is seen regard-. silver combined-about 50 per cent silver.It ,; people are mahu;. r can see' but Indian agent who has just been

'A dispatch of Tuesday from Coulee the floor and the ,bill was laid in tobacco, but better col.I it cut in two by the Oostanaula river, remely: for th present state 0 depres.on fo alleged cowardice, arnved removed
I paints. Higher cotton pro- and at that is fourteen feet wide by "nd is more
point tha -
City, Wash., says There is an Indian After a short executive session the the money more City Monday afternoon. She indignantly
,outbreak threatened at Ruby City On adjourned.The tt'r activity throughout fifteen thick. Mr. Griffin has refused an mousy to the people, without th denies tbe stories of her husband' cow-i'
New
and Sugar and rice receipt at ofltt of $50,000 by a Chattanooga party. intervention of national baa and and Rush.
January 6th an Indian: lad was lynched senate was packed market th .dic arts that he went to
!he is
uestioo
when
I ,by'a mob at that place, and the redskins with people Tuesday to hear : good. money less stringent, He says he wouldn't take $100,000.( for it. and,ls will ue- mOl'e' yule, at the outset, in the interest of th
the are .
country of silver t
threaten Inaugurategeneral! massacrese IngalU speak on silver Senator favor Then ij an old Indian legend a money money king settlers. Bhesajs it became necessary
collections
of are more
The; coyernmcnt,bas sent arms and amI man bud the floor first, however, operations continue mind in that vicinity, The people- ay answer, if they will. to call for troops, but a there w.**.no

munition to the place, and the troops spoke three hours and shut Mr. inactive. The foiwigm trad A San Antonio dispatch of Saturday bo, let a unit until this, with communication with the outside world,
Ulta.
*have been ordered to hold themselves in out completely. Ingall will, favorable showing says: It is expected that a regular boom in many questions, are answered in except by telephone, he went to Rush-

readiness for.active dutl.j' get in his speech Wednesday. It is last, exports while there ii Coahuila, Mexic-i, mining properties will the interest Q the people. Fraternally yule so as to U the telegraph
I over year, .
I r---- he .will take occasion to attack : in import The week'i set in within the Best sixty days, and the & M. ADAMS, A dispatch of Monday from leadoa
Cleveland Iogalla is for owners of thlt low grade fluxing ore President A. : Throughout cold
r- 373 for the correspond S. F. .IYI England intensely
; ., AGAINST; HANGING WOMEN. coinage, The Stewart free of hut ; tho failures wm Mina will berths one, chiefly benefitted A weather continues to prevail la addi-
in all year The occasion of the boom will be. the
-- amendment will probability > dense
... A Society Formed in England by a two-thirls majority Mr. ______ ___ opening of tike four smelting establishment TO CULTIVATE RAMIE. ton ben fog are more general now., bat In there the

t to Prevent It. made the most lively speech of the HEAVY BONDS at Monterey, which will soon begin Hebrides, or Western Island, the temperature
Plans
lie was surprised at the attitude of buying and storing ore against the on Foot to Crow the Plant registered 50 degree. The continent -
A society ha been formed in England in of their furnace In Texas.
Democratic senators on tbe subject of Ex-Senator Wallace's blowing i* still suffering from snowstormsso
nf
advocate thd capital puubh-
to tepcal' read to them a portion of Mr. Tho immense sawmill d the Tunis and A Galveston dispatch of severe that several express trains
.l' ,mentlor women. Prejudice 1m gained liver letter to A, J. Warner and Assignees. (Perpcll Lumber Company near Norfolk, Following the'organization, SnndaYIYI a stock tween Hamburg, Cologne, Berlin b

new force owing to the reports regarding for before his inauguration in relation to dispatch Sunday from Clear- Va., was burned Sunday, It was the company to utilize the land adjacent to \iennaaresnoned up. The mail have
::. the recent hanging of Mrs. Pearcy says; The bond of the a- Galveston been
.. and the Utter' child. silver question. largest Mill in that section of the country, fo the culture of ramie and considerably delayed throughout
kilting Mrs. Hogg Ingalls made hU promised ex-Senator: Wallace, approved and had a capacity of 100,000 feet per other fibrous plants, a meeting has been Europe
It la Mid to have been a cruel and bungling Wednesday morning and as is his by Judge Furst and ordered day, and fur some time had been work- held and a committee selected to forma A Berlin
'' dispatch of
been Sunday sayss
execution, and reporter having more than met all expectation the sum of $1.G 3OOO. The ing almost up to the limit. It was fur- late a prospectus of the enterprise, which received from German hospitals
'debarred, the officials have been able to spoke for absolute. free coinage and : show an aggregate of $900,000. nUhtd with all the latest improvement, was done later. Four parties have each Rpm to the Koch Dr.

S : conceal the real fact from tbe public. ported the amendment of Stewart, are to be deducted recorded and was complete U every respect The donated 100 acre of land adapted to the Stuttgart reey.
,
-' pledged I assets which are about in time will be between Konigher
.. Nevada. Ilia speech was low to the company impose, Galveston and Houston in the treatment
,, THE: CZAR'S BOODLE the moment bejiad finished the leaving $333,000: free assets. heavy, though the actual loss, which i* Subscriptions to the stock will be taken of diseases of luceu the and
of hit life. lie warned the senate bly three fold the amount of about $50,000, U thought to be fullycovered for small amount, thus making interest Professor Ziemseen, elelia d core
*' If, fce said lie could with debt.. The personal debt of by insurance.Is in the enterprise include a large number that by the of the MInch l

j Will be Deposited in the Various do so. the house of about $"00,000. including the of prue offering an of people of the city. About $7,500 will fected the complete u cure of three patient
.
chief and unsecured. The ap-- I way be the
Banks. tathes and the amount required to in the
European meet the of
The
and
i stands at the head. expenditures early stage
the teat of had been of real estate to be sold English\ paper of the first phthsi thtrphe.nt.
: that power wife with an endow year, and will suffering in
of Saturday *
cablegram says
A.l,QU<}on of U $331,300. which are inducement u a prttty the
the west upon of
the east to over cost
.
erred from is machinery for decortiing. who Koch
dlatributlll1hlrrmlUlou are
has I The lady hplal undergoing the
Busstaa government Hw inent ot $300 er.
claims per
The far about $300,000. labor
that grand and all the
banks'otvuiwu Allegbanie. comprising for her incident are
pound among the i* appraised at shoal to to selected by the editor the eJpnS treatmeot reported to be progressing
from the British 1 to undertaking
of poa .
country have tblt acre of
centers on and. she Is then to
Earope4B money This incUd his interest, beauty,
the Gulf of Mexico, to the land. The demand for this
bulk to who will material isunlimited.
P&CT of the choice of of ten gentlemen
$t. The keeping and including the southeastern gulf. :{ *,)a 3,300 acres of coal one her if such be Experiment with the ramieplant Tux satire prodetekrnM bt to Daatttrr.ff& .
with banking beforehand to
deposit one marry
foreign the ClearBeh Creek agree eosin
of the the demand of to in Texas year we.
the &
since the Bar.taglaitut4 lIe\ trousseau U prove ability of the
choice. A wedding
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going to be Is to be to be J' '
to be heard. in restored, the Church of God on earth and A big turtle afforded the usual amusement
.c'---.I' ; c6fcsecrated to in heaven is to rejoice over your coming, lot then and boys in front of a
It 'IRS, rlCtOb01'iL "I't' m* of useful "Other rteep have! Thlch, are not of this Madison street restaurant. An on.
AY ) t Ing to be sur fold. If this is not the Gospel: I do, not ,
.\ and de know what the Gospel Is. It can scale any looker raised up his voice and said hi
l burial when height it can fathom any depth, it can compass would bet a dollar that no one in the
"oCebt
pttgfectt sUs words will be any infinity. I think one reason why crowd could tell the process by which a
in the there are not more people Raved is w* do
,f .---r ; of His saints-" not swing the door wide enough open. turtle is killed. Whether no one knew
S "Oth" ? to begin to- Now there is only one class of person in or whether the crowd had been caught RACIHE.WIS.
Tzrr
: sheep 111/1\1 are not of this house about whom I have any despondency in the Baring Brothers1! whirl, is not .
of IM/oIA"-John, 16. and that is those who have been hearing
known, but the bet remained The
There Is Bo monopoly In )' Shepherd the Gospel for perhaps twenty thirty, open.,
ti grace of God is not a nice sheep among forty yean.. Their outward life 1* moral, man lowered it to a half, and it still
fenced off all for ourselves. Christianity. but they tell )"Oufrankly they do not love the remained "on the table." After
park, at which we Took reject Chris Lord Jesus Christhavejnot trusted Him, have he had departed another man, A
4.' gateway, wishing we might it was not been born again by the spirit of God. little fellow without overcoator
the flower and look at priwch, or They are Gospel hardened. The Gospel has any
;, tatnary. It is A father's ', "Life of no more effect upon them than the, shining shirt collar, sail! "If I had I
are ban to let down and gat some of the moon on the city pavement Thee had any stud I would have taken that '
la my boyhood dsys, % Or it may be publicans! and the harlots go into th king bet. I am a professional turtlo killer,
choolhouse where I went, were dls- dom of God before they. They went through, 0QJ
(j apple orchard of great % glUted with some of them, the revival of 1857 when 600,. The business!! a profession! and isn'tpicked
+ very lame man who did who pro 000 souls were brought to God. Some ot them up in a day. Now I will explain
Z apple, and they went to and went through great' revivals in individual to you gentlemen how to kill a turtle. I Los, LUMBER ARD & @ITiTRUC S *.
{' bushels. Sometimes the and you churches.! Still unpardoned. unblessed, un know none of you could do it after I SPRlNG WA QONSj ALL STYLES* ;,
In the Rlnfulness of a nature of the Chris saved. They were merelylplCtatora. Gospel
f a our first parents, who fell if that's red hardened After awhile we will hear that tell you, but I want to show you that tho
l temptation, would climb i they are lckand; then that they an': dead, i duffer who bluffed tho 'crowd doesn't 1AT.NT
take some of these to reject and then that they died without any hope. I know it all. Sect Now pay attention. / NuaorNS
ing the fact that there me you do Gospel hardened!I. T LADIES CHAISE
First turtle to stick '
going to waste,the owner ; Bible i* the But I turn from all such with a thrillof persuade your
reckless of making his are many hope to those who are not Gospel hard out his head, and when he does you cut CKAIfaBRAKC r, '
take after these lads and do not think ened. Some of you have not heard perhaps, his throat. It he gets obstinate and refuses : ,
44 tbOM apples or Til set the although you five sermons in five year This whole lub- to stick out his head it be
S,.. Now there are Christians! : You & has hem a novelty to you for some time. may '
guard over the Church of of the Bible sect are not Gospel hardened; you know you necessary to grab the head with a pair of FISH BR9S WAB9N GBRACINE.WIS. .
., a rough and nnsympathetie earlier part are not Gospel hardened. The whole subject strong nippers, and hold tho Lead between .
outsider It is a there are comes freshly to your mind. I hear some soul them until the throat is cut. ,
o. have do not bas "0h wasted life Oh the bitter .' '
God would like to all saying: my
Then cut tho muscles that connect
and take the richest and the ,, regard to past I Oh, the grave 1 stumbled overt! you
the more they take the you Whither shall I fly The future Is so dark, so the body with the shell, and leave the
But there are those who come to dark, so very dark I God help me P turtle to die. Now, how' many of you
and sever* nature would grant Oh, I am so glad for that last tttterancel! can tell me how long that will take
1 God and AIl the time afraid be a joy for That was a prayer, and as soon' a* you be-
get these apples when they any of your, gin to pray that turns all heaven this way, None. Of course not. You don'tknow.
to tare them. an accom and God step In, and He beat back the Well, about twenty-four hours.
any idea that them, hounds of temptation to their kennel, and There is a good deal of the human
nrlou eight months of lIe throws all around the pursued soul the about turtle. It likes to tho'
a hang on,
I heard
favor. I covert of His
have all a pardoning mercy.
you hallowed influences your life, been. accommoda. something fall. What was It? It was the turtle does. If I had had the stuff I

whole side of the Lord's you you will give bars around the sheepfold. the ban of the Could have won that bet." A phi Ian. e

yourself out so nobody else you will not fence around the aheepfold. The Heavenly : throplc man in the crowd, who said he
to Shepherd let them fall, and the hunted sheep "
You will have to haul in
there will cornea I it does not 'of the mountain come bounding in, some was fond of turtle soup, tipped the man THE Q ;
the table and on both great sides ; doe., receive with fleece torn of the brambles, and other 1 quarter, and passed ou.-Chleajo Tritune. .
not going to have this with feet lame from the dogs, but boundingin. -
r "Other sheep have I which had bean Thank God I "Other sheephav I which ,
told." to are not of this fold"Godforbid
McDonald the came from you, that any of you should bar*the Elephants fund of Fliifrr.

Scotch hills a, great flock of I my am lamentation of the dying nobleman who had Strange as it may seem, the elephant r OT KEPT '

j has four Or' five thousand ; 'fifty people," all every, and opportunity who wrote or( salvation dictated, but these rejected words is passionately fond of finery, and delights INSI gYSTORES East aKOSNEARSornvutN
Borne are browsing on the any confi receive this final state will to see himself docked out with
"Before you my .
on the hills, some are in the medicines ORPRiiTOREKEEPE
in the One "will not be determined. I am throwing & gorgeous trappings. The native Princes YOUR Ii -W
are shudder
yard. day you SEND1p0SF T
and tremble and for ;
over to McDonald and says: to myself, for eternity, of India are very particular in choosing
i bare thirty I have' "I have no the important Issue. Oh, my friend, with Dox2l0-{ ; s
iheep. their state elephants, and will givo )
what horror do recall the hours of.vanitywe VU*
be ..t. ETTING ((
them. "Oh no18:11: ; any wasted but I have a fabulous for animal that exactly:: YOULYE
fournrflvethousandti'' You take it. have together; splendid sums an ;HOLYOKE) Miss .+
ron, "you are mistaken. I sick' in sin., passage to I die in state and meets the somewhat fanciful standards FOR .

them. There are thirty." sometimes! languish' on under soft thcEVe.: : canopy.pillow, 'and 1.01 am expiring they have erected. For these they have -n r.,r
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Donald, "do you suppose that come surges respectfully attended by my servants and made cloths of silk so heavily embroidered -
I ,I have that almost
have the
sheep on My dependants sigh, my sisters with that two
struck physicians. gold man are
in the valleys, ranging and
where. Other have I you not try weep, my father bend beneath a load ofyears hardly able to lift them.
sheep and irrief.. But oh..' which of these J J11
this fold. anodyne, this = ; An instant of elephantine
amusing
will answer my summon at the high tribunal :
60 Christ comes. Here I, faith in it." ? And which of these will bail me from pride In his own gorgeousness is nar OFFICE .
Christians and there is OUR
a
the arrest of death While some flattering which !
let me in- rated by Baker The elephant
tians; here is a Methodist ?I 1 interment, I
I Presbyterian fold, here is a Christ, the may panegyric be hearing*pronounced my just condemnation my at a usually led tho state procession!! ot'a \11

is a Lutheran fold, and we you say will"I aprenetrlbmuL Adieu'1" Rajah being sick, the magnificent trappings .. \
now,
statistics, and we think we
His power I were placed on one which had, up .
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how many Christians there .i '
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how many there are in Him to I Revolutionary Widows. to that time, occupied only a subordinate ". l1lJI.i,

many in all these my word of cleu-for The last Revolutionary 'soldier died place. The animal, delighted with its :" ,", ,":, ,r '. :il (

gregate them, and we think be and But the Revolutionary finery, showed its glee by so many little 9'iS J ,:
an intelligent and an ; may years years ago. YOu'it! : 3t
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and kicks of that PREPARED TO DO :
be squeaks pleasure
Christ comes and He says: ; speaking widows are still with us. Twenty ,. ..
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counted them right. There give you venerable women whose. husbands "fit" general attention was attracted to it. \ I \" ', !
you have never seen, those ; morbid on Not long after another state procession 9 '., 'i '
carried
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to take tho for American independence are \ I
heard. I have ; ,
Jjai*never My "
was formed and the previous wearer of \' 1
to take tho the rolls. It is amazing .
the all the pension f
earth on
parftpf such as upon the gold cloths being restored to health, ..... ; :::
sea,on alt l the continents, in how the widows of soldiers hold on. At .
ainuand fa all the valleys. ; as the recent time Uncle Sam ia dUburs- took his accustomed place and trappings, '. :. : 1 i
|hat these few sheep yon : ; as Isaac the old soldiers of when the now degraded beast Imagining ; :
$ to 1
; rt Boyle, I ing 38,841 a year t.
allffi*sheep I have There told"y JOB PRINTING
titude that DO man can ; metaphysi I the war of 1812. But tho widows of Jthe perhaps' that he was bclug defrauded ;

sheep have f'which are not of I old soldiers of the war of 1812 are djawt '-' of his promotion, was, with ti
.Christ in my text talks of -they nyyer 1 863 great difficulty, restrained from attackM \ f'J !
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ffflRof
pensions! hta snug | ;
corolpnand 1.'r g4 i I .
ill Q Gent1lee as confidently < aownT? )gJ h.Cca4} rof the paraUe.-AVw Turk .
an o..er we get
neD
bad already bun conrcitei. I, jsas; annually. n ,
the idea that His people wW the par- the :Mexican war we find the survivors a fovrnetls.. .- '... r r ', I ek. I' .
Irs ot the eartb from all out and they little the best of it. They draw $1,728 I ';,. ..,/ .' .. .., '" ( .",'
from all all the peo Lantern Symbols of Rank. ,1. SUCH A s' "
cToultAHCSJ, Hh v
beep have which are not of *. Now I 027 a year. The Mexican War widows ,' $ ,.: '.h'.. ,tjjjr--; ,
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of The distinctions of.rank which exists ? M V
In.:the first place I remark clergy got 695051. But the widows, aro ,,jtf;:, fa.(. ": .
BhfjJherd will find many or to laymen.at this It creeping up on the survivors. It will be European countries give rise to many -, .,. I ." 'J, ''!;
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tbo 8 who are at present against the only a few years until tho !Mexican War troubles which, though they may seem \.wt ; : ; !
different kinds of ,
There are to me widows will be drawing more pension rather amusing as well as trivial to us, ill. ,;
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will find church
tames a
:lChrisaans.:you Everything have endear money than the survivors. That is the are in reality quite serious to the persons 'I' ;"

church reminds you of those of, men as these who way thIS pension laws work out. At tho concerned in them. In Stuttgart, yean NOTE HEADS, I. '' : ; il
from which by chemical others' who Pension Office this iJ well understood. ego, there existed a curious custom welch I .

|greenness and they are and cold the and verdure white You see I It is explained in a few words. The old 1s not yet entirely abolished, and, in fact, .t. ; '

.beautiful and finished. AU skeptic.scoffed pensioners marry young wives and leave atilt florlshes quite vigorously in some < ''.',...')!" ,.I' ["
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.glass case put over them. was that them their blessings and pensions. The part of Germany and Switzerland. This t 'J..
;the Babbath has only to world, but I of the Civil War will reach was the use! of !lanterns of different varieties ., ,. .1 .. ,-
feather and brush off the pensioners ftwhich at the LETTER READ ,-i*', ,, .. ),
and sizes night
cumulated in the last six their maximum in numbers eight or ten b ., : 5. J' ,
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'end then they are as cold and divinity the exist of years from now if:: here are no more pension rank of the party could be easily distinguished. .' I ,' r 'dlMt: a" .. ':. ,")' :

delicate al before. of laws enacted. But the widows' list ./ .," ;'. ,; .j' '
'tln hed sermons, finished existence, for of The lanterns were carried by the servants .
architecture, finished will keep on growing a quarter a tt1s .'" J N I, ,
I have been sent escort their mistresses
there who were to -
from
is like now
i Another church & century. Fifty year "
sound of drum and fife about doubt It.and I will not bo a Grand Army man living. home from places of amusement, :;

to cants Here the,is"Come Lord's the bath army.in in and which, get We land of desert the Republic Seventy-five/will years still be from reimbursing now' a grateful widows and Royal they Opera made house the ,square where In most front of cf the the., ;. 'i.rr BILL HEADS$, : "t :

cleansed,here is the helmet land. I for what their husbands suffered at entertainment were then give, quiteplctore.quo :
head here the.. me nothing with their lights bobbingup ; t !
jour are about the Gettysburg and Chickamauga: Women f.g\ l#! :
f ot over your feet, here is and down direction. '
in
not know 'are'yet ta be born who will become every itj
von word are von to put are to over take your in your the joy, widows of old soldiers and draw pensions The differences between some of those { -'/ I :

flghtttt battle with., Quit and.) 1 in am Jesus not for their husbands' services in the war of18615r lanterns were slight, but they had to be ,, /' .. "' .:. :ENVELOPES 'ff'ffr'. ,
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men. strictly observed, or trouble arose The i
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Christian hundred order of rank-as set forth in the "rank o
"It i> now ten, fifteen years There are today over one, "'...,' ": '
the habit,the regular habitot I hear Chris. thousand widows on the pension rolls. list," was something Ircm which they 'f; 'J
I know all about your case. thought number 400,000. Thesefigures could never swetve. Some had lanterns h 1a.
of forty or The pensioners
tell you something that will / run out I will be reversed in twenty- enre. of tin, some of brass; some bad wax: { Jii
the first and that is that :
become ;the Cord's cheep.) the depth i Ninety-eight thousand widows draw: $12a lights, and others tallow; even the number '. DJ f.
were out of lights was prescribed for each I' '
pthat impossible; you tha track month. La t year the Civil War pensioners *
case thing; yon of that don't kind.know bow I know far amid the I drew $71,877,619. The Civil separate class or rank.-Youth'i Com

'case. I bar been up and for the lost 'I, War widows drew $19,006,857, more panion. !
iI know why some of you do oul. i thin: one-fourth of the magnificent total. P \ .
the delirium Good and Bad Effects of Sea Air. t \

>Christian. I go further seryice and make: integrity. They WlUAingtoUtlr." The conversation in a little gathering COMMISSARY CHECKS :; Y : 1i:
: to and '
ment in regard you,
to
on a recent evening pawed
: M au uptown
:: foot only to become the lords An Old Fable Kent Asunder. :
the bat of
ire going to become the the effect of sea air on various things, :

,,-;...;. !Ihour. God is going to call heart<< about How "These stories of mothers throwing including, of course, tobacco. One man
.,.,. iHis spirit; you are.going to back a man their child re a Into the Ganges is all a told the rather curious fact that ale It

!touch old of for Christ.these wbu Tins are sermon\ give you the 'fake,' "say returned mUsionary "I often sent from England on a sea voyagato pmIlLm.'I:

,reached to them hundreds you at what never saw it done, or any one who India and back, and Its flavor much CIRCULARS AND .
back. :Four
time The sermon that I do I claimed to have seen it done, or, in fact improved thereby. Another man remarked :
ling, to chiefly for those who .? Boausa say ever heard there of its being done It : ,
selves outrider, but who- Now ia and America that I f J'
fa th. house, and the chief think fig is only England "A person who bas always lived in "; '
!the Christian people her a man ever beard of it. Children are loved this country doesn't know what good tea
tea time, l'
!Way for those who are not *, four huu- there just u much as they ate hero. really is. No matter how tightly boxes t :

attend upon Christian & hundred :Motherhood is honored more. of tea are closed before being shippedhere '

k en.When Mars the Rock steamer, why did Atlantic that i* a great "The story of men throwing themselves from China, the sea air always OIT ALL KINDS, '\
of God who
of the Gospel, of whom we of iniquity. Into the Ganges ia fits of religious manages to get at the leaf and causes its 't 'JII!

cot in the lifeboat? Why comirat;but frenzy is another fairy tale. It probably /flavor to, deteriorate materially. Any '

.:- and look after flannel the passengers around washed of originated from the fact that at one who has drunk: tea io Russia which '

! 'f';' <\I, wrapping fires for them, and they artf be- the great festival held where the Ganges has been transported overland appreciates '1' : ,

. :\.. There was plenty of & who feels emerges from the mountains into the the damage dose by the sea air. WITH DISPATCH. .
,r :; ( ahor for those who had I plain, called the 'Gate of God,' in tho In England also, tea that come from NEATLY AND ; _
'Ahl' that brave man knew .oa, although that down to tha river to .
i other who would take care crowd press Chins over Europe) and has to undergo ,t.'U, .,

t' ''J. *., b said, "Man theiileboatl of then Tem is bathe it happened formerly that some only a brief sea voyage i f. prized much -- -. .. ____nO ----- -. ------ -' _.q -
I ; ... lads, pull away I Yonder is the tem were pushed or crowded into the stream more highly than that which make the : :r _

f ., ,' .. .WomaD freeing in the although it by accident and swept away. The Government entire journey in a ah.Ip.YilT.. sr
away r' I see the oar &
{ but Oo caD now takes precautions to pre Tr bIlIU. t
strong pull of the oarsmen. confidence ;
a ,' tip to the wreck. The. : that the vent such casualties. That such things
f drop* into the wave-alas trust la God! might easily happen you can see for A Fallible,Sort of Test t '." *

\ and aahN"There out is to a man sea. But yet off, and the yourself when I tell you that I saw at Until recently a grocer who does business Subscribe for This Paper I fal

z. t ., cars figging.: Putt away, my : : circlua' have have cast the great festival in 1661 over 2,000,000 at Bay City, Mich., has tested the llllll .< ... f..d: asB*...a.fs (rv iW4y. J

, /Khey come up and h* ; you off, and people there according to the Government egg: offered him by lhakin:. Under
"" e then Aye minute and we firatcry for estimate, at one time. Whol10\& this rule the other day he rejected about l
.. ;, Steady I steady Now fin to that ditch this festival celebrate 'tow i i .l
ILeapl Thank God bets remember that was to half the "hen fruit" offered him by an ) !
Vb, what
'r. Gissaved.' awl gracious! the completed 1': 80 tber are man now zodiac the the farmer
the
OHM who. of through next morning tame appeared.
They have mad a shipwreck: they could heavens, and that the ceremonial of with another lot and the shaking test PA Y'l !
eonwont to save them, "T
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WBU
coca if !
', ; wept off before we can the to Gospel bathing ia the river was to be performed failed to rattle a single egg. But the ;:

,: "t.IMn are other still haaii carry to* at a sign from the priests that grocer was rattled later on when a lady .. .

,-',. there into among this tile lifeboat slippery! Sow ,, and yoa the court of the constellations was tent back a basket, saying she wanted ,

}.i for Leap heay.l This hour som << .. /saved because and completed, you will wonder that such raw eggs and not boiled one*. The _I v .1 ,

.' ;s",.'jag to b*saved.. Far away u*
-,: :.rgoiBZtoUbroa2htniKli.Ui Your tosi- taatCAayg 1111& cua -
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THE EAST COAST FBIDAT JAN. 13 1S9L
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f' -f. THE EAST COIST ADYOCATL 4- GROW SUGAR. to expedite business before the-capital- and close *eTratlc aDd ordinary '-rHE-- WILKINSON COTTAGES--

y' -- -. Supreme Court of this State, they Intelligence,win W rewarded with

I A WKKM.V JOTB'AL M'tflM TO TRR Dna. The frost of last week was quite will' neglect one of the most crying bountiful harvest, sad these, wisely ,

rBBTerms'rjrMA atvcsi an injurious to tender vegetables and and necessary acts that could be marketed, bring srat ests It Is not our INDIAN FLA

LABS WOBTSI(CCTKniS.A : is another reminder that we cannot considered. The docket at presentis Intention to go Into the tH
ir ; rely upon'their culture in this im- about four years behind and instead theories. Simply to give svm facts and V

1 Office: W Mngton Avenue, TItusvine, mediate vicinity with certainty of of any hope of catching up, some evidence, that will guide those These Cottages are Newly Built Nicely Furnished, and within ten minute 1talk!)

.'y Indian River, Florid, success. The orange, cabbage, onIon we are Informed, that its business standing ready to turret in something

etc, are safe crops, but beans, continues to accumulate more ra. and not certain what It win be. of Telegraph and Postoffice and lending hotel.

: 6. tomatoes, and the less hardy classof pidly than it ran receive attention. : One of the bent evidence* at band In

mulU1D nuT FBIDAT. products, are a rather risky The delay which is caused in obtaining I favor of pineapple culture Is the eagerneos Hr the steamer land you at Glngras wharf-only tree minutes' walk from th,!

4? slit""' e r source of profit.Agriculture a decision from the Supreme with which men of means and intelligence

on a large scale, with Court and the expense involved with large experience In other Cottage

', cost ra at the "c.mI1e Mail Matter.FootorBe* u Bcco4- business methods to the undertaking is so grear, that many a lines, are baying ap our land and em-
CUM govern Month
Week $tI,50 $45.dermo :
fei: would be far more pro- 'sufferer will submit to an injustice barking In the culture of pine. la addition Rates : Per Day, $2.50 ; per ; per .

; fitable than the individual and rather than undertake the burdenof to Ibis. If the figure of hut year's

d : n..., brmrUfcly .. A4m e, feeble plans usually adopted. The suspense and expense involvedby realisation were given, no other industry : H. H. WILKINSON. Prop.

i't> Cheek. Portal over, M Owe..)Two Cent cultivation of sugar on our cheap an appeaL Something Is radically of like size could bear comparison with ,

rootage 6t.alp.. marsh lands, in plantations of from wrong when such a condition this In profit or In' pronpect.: The out. '

One Teat.................... ........ ..........I.11tlIS one hundred to one thousand acres of affairs is prencnted. Delay is look for this *eaons' crop Is most flattering JAMES PBircitABD, President; W. B. nAn ETT, Ylce-President;
yaaur....................................1.. almost as bad as the miscarriageof and W. M. Bnowx, Cashier.
better
of with means of transportation -
operated by men means, or by
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+' Vim Month,...... .. .lit
I corporations, would be a very profitable Justice. Our people would revolt and wider distribution! of the
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Dot ta aay AddraM ta C. S.or Ccnxla,Frepttld i and certain crop, paying It. if our Judiciary were purchasable crop, tbe horizon of the pineapple grow. INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

promoters handsome incomes ; and ; they would not submit to er is clear. The past Is safe anti cheerIng ,

Editor; ,.... WAITW 8. O: nAlt. by the employment of a large forceof such an outrage-and yet, where the) future Is hopeful--and that (Incorporated' under the Laws of the State of Florida.)
Lrocfu.Edlta&hlnuger.C.ILWALron. labor, would stimulate the does the difference lie as to the hope rests on a sure and safe foundation.Of .

growth and development of the effect produced? It matters littleto one thing we are certain, there is a Authorized capital, $100,000.C

country. The Kissimmee valley the sufferer whether his failureto stronger demand, and higher price, for : :: :: -\c.' up capital, $25,000

'. M W<.Iou. do ant o( oar bold eonmpondeau onreslveere.prmemleforme, bat we cUlm will make a fine sugar field, but receive Justice is caused by purchase pineapple\ lands, than any other with ::: _, Average deposits, $100,000
If death
or delay. ends his
the rlfbt to reject snj communication. the priaries of Brevard county are which we are acquainted.

superior; and the syrup from the suspense, while waiting for it, is There is much conflict of opinion as to General
writ- he better served than if it hadbeen r- Transacts a Banking
Indian River section is said to have any the exact boundaries of the pineapple
boold. !. e cane. be eenrnptutlcd by the
ery
writer's BUM and addre.not neccMMlly for a'pecullar flavor that would makeIt openly denied him by a corrupt :, region. Without exprewrfng any opinion ; Business.
yobUcaUoa,but a*a guaranty. of good f alto.ADTERTMUWG as famous and as much sought Judiciary during bill lifetime? about other place, we feel cure that

after as our oranges. Sugar will Let us take an example of what Is one can plant with safety between Fort a Largest and Oldest Bank on the River

s BATES be King of this East Coast, and going on in our State every day. Pierce and Jupiter, including the St.

some day, South Florida will fur. Some worthy citizen has his grove Lucie rifer region. At Ankona, Eden, DIRECTORS

6' PEa 31AL nish the bulk of the country's sup injured to the extent of say a Jensen, Waveland, and to some extent "' J.U.1'RITC"RAkD,W.D. nARYETTl( >,re liltDt
One Inch,..............,.........10. The in this thousand dollars by a fire caused lobe Sound y. of the National liana of Ja<'tonnville) J.H.
Twolneb........................KM ply. bounty product, the on largeplantations can be lIi'RlliF.B'IceI're.ldena National n.o"Ji c,(
of
by negligence JarkKonrUle W. 8. UBAHA and .
G. Three Inch...................... M.OOBM recently voted by Congress, makesits a railway com found. These are all In .a condition of ) W. M.IIR1IWX.
J"oarlDeb.....................:. culture more inviting than ever. pany; he brings suit for damagesin expansion and growth, and the observer t COBRERPOXDEXTB.fuat .
FIT Inch,or Quarter Col....... 30M With reference ,to sugar lands, the Circuit Court, and upon receiving will find it worth while to examine and >nar } Half Column.......,........... KM the Florida a verdict! in his favor, the The settlers these 1'i.tlnnalllank' of JackimnTllle. 20
Wool Column.................WMH. Aaricultvritt says: case is appealed the salaried compare. at places rrIFrUSVILLE: I LA.. 0
possibilities In by
"The of sugar making court investigation. and gladly: welcome
,3 KMT Ms Month,divide.the' yearly rate by two Florida have received much attention of attorney of the defendant com the seeker after knowledge- In this- branchof -
utAadd 10 par cent.Tor late years and the business has long Is-and the
pany-It always plain
J Florida fruit
Three Month, dltlito the yearly rate by since passed the experimental stage. The tiff is told by his that he growing; The pineapple
attorney THE TROPICAL TRUNK LINE.
q fur,and add SO" per yet reclaimed lands of the Dlsston company region is booming. Go and see
have produced remarkable yields of cane, will have to charge a fee of at least
AdTCTtloetoenU, Tea Cent Per Line
G' Kaeh local InMrUoo., and the work at St. Cloud have produced $100, to represent him before the Special Bargain.
from that cane the finest samples Supreme Court, and that a decision
hid Reading )Matter not In "Local New*" of sugar, far ahead of any produced elae- will not be reached inside of four THE JACKSONVILLE TAMPA AND KEY WEST SYSTEM
;. olomiM,rive Cent Per LJue Each Insertion. where. In the quantity to be obtained That fine business lot on Broad street, ,
Legal: Adrertlaemenu at Legal Bate from the cane and In the quality it has years. This is news to his client, just..restof Indian Hirer Lumber Co's
._ Schedule in Effect XOYEVBER 25 1890. Central Standard.Tlme.
.
been demonstrated that Florida can beat and even if be can raise a hundred office. Fronts 60 feet ,
on railway. Large
(UM above rate an for one dltkni per the world. There being land enough in dollars to satisfy his attorney, he
the State to produce all the sugar re decide to his loss building now occupied by J. S. Watson M'17o IIOI"1'R READ D01I1I. 8TATIOX8. OO'YG JlORTH RSAD tiP.
pocket
7 J3T Blue eoUected nxmthly.Cbeetf quired for home consumption, it follows" may 4 Co. Price $1,600.00. Very easy terms. t t 'tJ
rather than continue
his
necessarily that It I* only a question of litigationfor ROBBISS A GRAHAM. M pm' /ill atn LT..JACXII01C\'ILLE.Ar.! IIill pm 11 M
!
,eto.,may be made payable to "Graham time when the State will be remarkable four and abandon his 130 m' rib put10 cm Ar..St AIIIIII.tlne ..Lv. 41111'0,1020 am ;
u ,
years ..
tl &Walt.oa.." 400 pm 1166 I'm ... ...I&I.tl......." :J 33 40 am
:
iy."a.d for the quantity of the sugar exported case. If he does proceed with it, 667 "...,...Ormlll"...... \ 1'01'1' am .
OT'" Merchant and all other to whom we are a* It I* now for Its fruit. it be remanded, and after Biggest Bargain on Indian River. 520: pmt .........Imytnna......." amt
may ,
their bill The facts connected with this Industryare -t t
IwSebUd will oblige n*by preeentlng i 'I i i
C2It lit of every month for prompt MtttomcDt. among the most Important of those passing through the lower Courtgo Forty acre of first class and 410 1101 pm.. 12311 121 pm.. 620 130 am.. LT..JAcllillOC\'n.L1Ii.. Ar. 1124 130 am.. 124/1 1139am JIm .20 720 pm"
orange r..GtCoveSirings..Lv.
.. which should be made known and published up to the Supreme Court again, land 100 200 .. 11125 ........l'lll.u.......:. 425 104.1 11110 "
In every account of the resource and it is probable death will term. garden one-half mile from Mimi 712 314 114:1: ".. .....t\e.III........." 106 1130 4110 "
of Florida. In that diversifying of our station. Part, the prettiest hickoryhammock 1M 425 tOIl pm "......JeLand........" 600 216 "
,AddrM all communication to inate his suspense before the case 133" 4111" 12M" "....Orange lltyJo., .." 149" 13'J" ::144"
i industries In which I* to be found the is in this section, balance, very ale 440" 130" ........ Ranloftl........" 1111" 7M :200 "
:EAST COAST ADVOCATE, solidification of our prosperity this possibility finally concluded. This is one rich muck. Red sub-soil marL t4S7 .... I'..... F.nteryortoe......" 711:1: ..
of what be found no 1100 114.1 t310 .TJTL'8VILLE...." 1130 1240 1000'ill "
of the future should have promInent sample can on
a ..
4t. TOTITXLU, J'J.oam.A. Choice building site on a hill in of e ,,/ I' .......Tavern......." 1130 "
r.o.Box.ia.. place, and would-be settler and the docket from every county of grove 1112 .. 2M .. ".....'..Orlando......;. 111pm I4IS 1210 "
Investor should be made familiar. with the State. It is there large oaks and hickories. Equal to any 127 325 ".... KI..lmnlee. ....... II 10 500 't 1120 am
only one- "...... ..
SIO tie .II"rto.... .." 800" 1120 "
all the detail location at for natural
are hundreds of others. Rockledge beauty. 1M 110 .. .....Tampa......." 7 M" 1111 "
A* far a* the future I II visible to mortal Transportation, hotel, stores, school tll41S am .. Fort 1\1..e.. ....." t435 ..
Tax: Masonic fraternity held ken, it appear that in this sugar making The removal of a defective tax .,030" "....I'untl 60rd...... t1201 "
their grand annual meeting in there 1* a source of wealth and deed-which should be easily done pleasant society. Plenty of labor, etc., t I t
to Florida equal to that to be produce close by. Price 1000. Two years timeif :lt1 pm.. 1040 am Lv....... Palatka......Ar 1110 pm 10M amt
the
-must same lingeringcourse M ilr0 Ar..Interlacbeo..Lv "
;. Jacksonville this week., This body by our phosphate mining or our fruit pursue and be the desired. Robbins A Graham, Titus- 330 11116 pm .H..wthorne ......" 430 1M .11 1111II "
Is the most cosmopolitan raising. Our boards of trade, our real subjected to vllle or H. Roberts Hlms. 23* 3M 1220 .. "...... Rnrhelle..I' 130 1M "
probably ,
"... .
estate men, and all engaged or Interested "laws' delay. 715 12M Oalne..lIIe .." 248 'I4IS "
Its 451 10'1 ".... 1Ak....." "
continent. Orange 248 148
r i grand lodge on the in inducing Immigration should bear The judicial system of our State, 11M" 3 113" "........Oc.la........" 111II" 1110"
'membership are made of settlers this fact In mind, and It should be madea and of the highest Court Eau GallIe Town election. .730 1116 ". ...LH..ul1t......" U00am 1130 "
up prominent feature In all especially }811O 1wI: "......l'emhertf.n......" 104/1 "
in the State who came more prospectuses i should receive the attention of the 5946 125 "..... D."lIIe.. ...:. .40 "
Sunny and account detailing the resources i i At the election held here on the 13th 11011 "Euetia. ......" 1041S "
from all of the Union and of the State. next legislature, and an effective b28pm ".......Tevaree......... 1030 "
parts Inst, the following were elected to
The lands of the Dlsston are be to correct
company remedy applied any .
nations. The ""L1, tDalJ7.f TfP' 8..n"1I. Wundajronly. Train leaving JacksonylU.530timandralat-
the Council
Town
from European serve on :
made this connection
in
many prominent now, ka .
t defects or evils that may exist. at S:M p m daily between JaikaonvUle .ndl&l.tka.Co'OIF.rT10JC'.
.t tie extend. around the because on those lands and at the works Mayor Wm. Treutler. '
C1 mystic at fit. Cloud the facts have been demonstrated It rests with the press of the Stateto At JIC'Uon.1I1e. with diverging fines Nortb East and W",. At Orange City Junction fur
and It. influence force this matter the Clerk A Collector, W. II. n. Gleason. Orange City. IImYma and like Helen; Jupiter with J.. L. W.Railway for Lake Worth; at
widespread legislature
globe, a* being substantial and undoubted upon S.
Aldermen H. M. Prince J. McAllister Sanford with O. Railway for Oakland.Tarpon 1I"rtnp" ,Clearwater and Gulf Coast points; IIId
,
But the same fact can as and will with South Florida Railway for Winter Ferk. Maltland, llte..m.blp
for is felt in "all the ends of we hope they keepit etc.; at Tampa with PlaDt
good
J. T. A. Bennett C. J. Line for Key West Hanna, KohUe and for Manatee River
readily be demonstrated on other lands. Ilogg, Young. points; at 1'UA\a Gorda with steamers
constantly in the foregroundand for Key Wret. Hann. P"n.u Ria' 8t-James City and Fort Myer
,the earth. Lake county has large bodies of lands as earnestly its action. It Marshal A. Collector, W. R. Roesch. Pullman PalaL-e liutrea UwPlK Can on through fait mail train daily betll'eeDI'ew.and
5kt weU adapted to sugar raising a* any that urge Assessor Eugene Brainerd. Tam without eb.ojrl.
have been reclaimed by the energy and is within the province of the pressto For Information call on or address M.E. GBCBEB, agent Tiro.vlUe. Fla.

Ir a large photograph were taken capital of Hamilton Dlsston, and a for point out necessary legislation, He Inherited Title and Wealth. ackaonyte: Fla._ G. 1>. IfKEHLV, O. P. A.

of the river In front of our town tune awaits him who develop that fact" and on the subject in hand there

r the abundance of ducks can be no division as to .its ne INDIAN RIVER STEAMBOAT COMPANY,
flowing Jan. heir
DATT05, Ky., 20.-The to
; I and coots that startle and delight THE LAWS' DELAY. cessity. the title of Earl of Tyron and Immense

the tourist as he views the scene estate. thereto accruing in Ireland, has

.I for the, first time, and copies distributed Shakespeare makes the melan- The Pineapple Region and its been found here in a direct descendant of r

choly Dane, in the oft quoted soliloquy Prospects.With the noble family. The estates which
ft: throughout the large hotels
"to be or not to be," to speakof are valued at $0,000,000 were con ticat.

L, of the country, It 'would haves "the whips and scorns of time," the tide of emigration strongly ed in 1791 for 100 years. The representative

tendency to corroborate the apparently "the oppressors wrong," utfa l lawf directed to the Indian River country, of England are now here investigating -

incredible stories our pa- delay The immortal bard considered the question naturally arises, what field hit claims.-Standard.

-l ybrs are wont to'ehronlcle in regard "the laws' delay" as an nil of agriculture offers the most attraction DEPARTURE & ARRIVAL OF STEAMERS.

Indian River which might be classed with the and profitable Inducements for the energies For Sale. Steamers leave TITCBVILLE daily, except Sunday at 60 a. m., arriving at Mel- i
;. tf| their: abundance on oppressors wrong, and the insolence and capital of the prospective: set A very desirable cottage in :North TI. bourne at 1 p. m.

o and we could show them in evidence of office. tlers. tusville, situated on *!n extra large lot, Returning leave Melbourne at 1 p.m., arriving at Titusville about 8 1'. m.

when we tell the story to An able writer in a recent num. Put experience has demonstrated that suitable for gardening. Good location Leave MELBOCBXE Mondays, Wednesday and Friday at 1 p. m., arriving at

: Incredulous hearers during ourflits ber of the Atlantic JfwttMy says, the only safety In fruit.raising lies In a and neighborhood. Also 40 acres of Jupiter at 8 a. m. next morning.

to other states. Mr? C. B. in reference to the Supreme Courtof location below the frost line. land with house and young orange grove arriving Returning at Melbourne leave JITITEB at 7 a. Tuesdays m. next morning.The Thursday. and ,Saturdays at 12 noon,
the United States : "The present We must admit this fact to be beyond and other tropical fruits, near LaGrange,
c.r Cory managed to take a view'of condition of the Federal judiciary controversy. With Nature and climatefor and 2} miles from Titusville. Both of ledge and St. Lucie Melbourne leave on TitusviUe the direct about 630 to Monday mornings, calling at Rock-
run
Jupiter; on her return trip Saturdays,
them the first of the week. system is fast assuming the proportions us, who can be against us? these fine properties will be offered she comes right through to TitugvlUe, arriving here about 8 a. m. Sunday

: of a National disgrace We have four great classes of productiveness cheap for the next SO days. For prices
W. B. WATSON, Supt.
'y BAD cold. are the rule at present I For the removal of this reproach, In Brevard Co. namely, oranges, and terms apply to J. B. Terry, South-

--eome call them the grippe. What. two successive Presidents, repre. lemons, pineapples and vegetables. old, X. Y., or to Jones &: Atkinson attorneys

IA ever it is going around, the germs senting different political parties, While all are honorable and profitable, at Titusville, Fla. 23-10t EAST COAST TRANSPORTATION COMPANY

have taken quite a hold of many of have urged legislation ; the Supreme we wish to say that the Industry of ,

our citizens. Sneezing and cough. Court, through its members, which we write, though new and comparatively Market Review.

Ing Is in general order, so that has appealed for it ; three attorney unknown Is developing vast Reported by G. S. Palmer, Wholesale
something has evidently grippedour generals have recommended It ; the sources of profit, and Is forging ahead ata Commission Merchant in Fruit and Pro
duce 104 Reade Street, Ntw York.JAEVSay .
,
have rate that is surprising to those who
residents. That it is an epidemic bar associations petitionedfor
suitors have sent know but little about this Industry. 19, 1891.
we have no doubt. If it I.r is it, and the up

: .mjlld case of grippe, people should their despairing cry against the One of the strong points of pineapple Receipts of new Southern vegetablesvery .

Beware of exposing themselves too intolerable delay of Justice." growing Is its capacity for expansion light, and, prices decidedly higher. rr,

Congress has neglected its constitutional this plant Is so wonderfully prolific. String bean from $3.00 to$4.50 per crate;

covered. duty in not taking some The Increase Is magical and when oncelltartecfthe pea $2.50 to *4.00; beet $L50 to $1.75; ARRIVAL ASD DfcPAKTCBE or THE: STEAM : 8WEEXET.

every twenty-four or 'thirty-six action to remedy the evil referredto. grower needs but to judiciously cucumber $2.50: to $3.50; egg plant. Goixo SOCTU-The Sweeney leaves TITUSVILLE about 1:30 p. m.

hours is said to break up most Some method should be de. put out his Increase to satUfy his $3.00 to $0.00 per barrel; tomatoes $4.00 Gouco NOBTH-Leaves Titusville about 11 a. m.

-- .. light cases. During the past week vlsed whereby Justice could be highest ambition for growth. to $3.00 per crate. The steamer J. W. S"eene, will leave :SEW SH'YRSA. every Monday/Wednesday

or so we notice that Sheriff Bow. reached without the ;years of delay Most fruit-growing Is slow' and expensive Oranges In liberal supply, and prices at and o Friday p. m.anSent. at 7 a. m., stop at all intermediate points, and arrive at ROCJUJUMJB

at be- -pineapple growing Is rapid. ruling lower fancy bright $2.50 to
t nan, Mrs. Geo. M. Bobbins, Mr. that are necessary present ; leave RoKLEDoK
M. E. Gruber, Mrs. Simonson, Dr, fore litigants can get a decision Most fruit trees and plants have numerous $3.00; russet $:l.25 to $2.50; tangerine Yew bm.J1'Da at 5 every p: m.Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at a. m.

H. C. Uutchlnson, Mr. and Mrs. C. from the court of last appeal. and destructive insect enemies $3.50 to $4.50; mandarin $2.00 to $2.50. COXSECTIOX8: :
r Mr While the Supreme Court of the pineapple plants have no known Insect AU oranges not in danger of frost, advise '
; II. Watson, Mrs. H. Q. Hawley, Une.ld'ciydeV at :Sew SnlYrna: fur '*>">* north via <** St. Johns
" >
: P. J. Hall, some of the ADVOCATE nation is far from satisfactory, enemies. holding until next month. River Steamship Line I

staff, and others, have helped to those oft many of the states are in The handling and propagation of most The merchant and shipper of Indian River, who wish to '
well the number suffering from a similar, if not worse, condition, fruits requires special: training and -Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Butler and Mr. will please advise their cUD J lgnon to mark their good. Via cFydTScanTof

these mean little germs that are and that of Florida is one of the knowledge, but little of either is essential W. Crawford, of New York, were visitor A. A: W. Ry. and E. C. T. Co. or Via Clyde Line ere of E. C. T. Co., Blue Springs.R

traveling around the country seeking most laggard of all. If our next to success In the pineapple business. to town this. week. 1'heleU for Rock- P. PADDISOX: G. F. PADDISOV. .

for victims to pqunce upon. legislature does not take some step The proper kind of land, energy, some ledge, on steamer Sweeney, Monday. General Manager Gent. }'rt.. .t Pwi. Agt.

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Lumber Glass, HARDWARE Sasli, : i M
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Paints, Oils. Doors & Blinds. ; .

Company .
tOVON.Orders filled same day reoolved. I'riC guaranteed. # t
Crockery 1Ciir\Vnrc! "Wood. Ac QttHOlillO Court S \ .

' ; TITU VILLE, FLA. F. T.! BUDGE, Titusville, Fla. % ',

RA; 'oir, Manager pd 1 declatCorrespondence. --- 1 'i i'l
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Can It be wondered at, that we hAVe : Surely this Is a democratic country I But H. OLMSTEAD Profetatonal/ Cut'd'l. I|IJ. M. Sanders Co. ,. '
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reached the limit of our endurance? We be it remembered, the term "democratic"Is II'1: .
have a lovely walk meandering alongthe not used here in the restricted sense The Pioneer Dealer In T\ OAULDEN, Dealers In 1

ours shores of beautiful river Mlth In which it Is used In American politics.MOSKLKV. :
a
our DRY GOODS r
t. NOTIONS.
Ire do not hold /lees rrrpnntbte GENERAL MERCHANDISE ATTORN E\-.\T.r A w, : t
and
superb water view to the east, orange ,
he opinions of our con*;>omf<',it ;
groves, loaded with fruit, In plain TnrsviLLE, Ff.A.JAS. CROCKERY, ,, i1t[ .
; v
-Mr. II. C. Lackland, who arrh'ed ,
sight, to the west. And here I proposeto Eau Gallic.I T. SANDERS SADDLERY, .t t. "1\
Correspondents. hero from St. Charles Mo. Is still in ,
zTo ,
draw the line. is STATIONERY .t
My place conspicuously / :
and derived much keep In Stock Choice variety of
town he has a
We must ask our correspondents not posted, and trespassers will get In says ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, FAMILY MEDICINES, } A'I- '; :. f
( [to Indulge In personalities, or in making trouble who defy the warning. benefit to his health since he has been GROCERIES, HARDWARE, will prartlro In all the Court* of the SeventhJudret.i HARDEN SEEDS. ,:'. .t' :
of their neighbors. Whenever we .1
here. l'In'urt of Florida.r
J [port remarks of that character II. S. WILLIAM. CROCKERY, TOILET ARTICLES, ETC CHOICI: OUOCKHIES, ': "," V ''; VV f
[discern 1'eJ.hall o. Dox,ass.: Tiivaviux:, FI.I. V
exclude them, and If persisted In -We are In receipt of a report upon And will tell ait Low as the Lowest. Money to I.oan. 1 HAY, CORN, MAPEV }FERTILIZERS., ; ; ,;
shall take to dispense with the the Indian River from Capt. Wm. M. ;t"
|we steps FINE I'ATENT FLOUR. : <. f I ,
That Little Steam Sloop From Cnll and examine Stock. 13 ),;
00 services of the party who Indulges his Black, of the Corps of Engineers, St. my OKOIIIIK: : M. Ronmtn. WALTKHS.: OIUIIAM.OOBIUNS OOOOCl F1.orl.d.a. t
00 [tastes in the line referred to. Way Down In Maine.To Augustine, and will\ have something to & GRAHAM, : '. '

00 say on the subject In another Issue.. J. E. ENDER & CO. 1L .
us Western school boys our Atlantic ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, ,
C. J.
Trespassing on Ornngp Grot'es. sea board ran north and south. Maine -William A. Caldwell, principal of a'tch.an.a1.E.orsAS' : : TITVSVIU.K:, Brevard 1 Co., Floilda. HECTOR,

n og was way up north and Florida was way the deaf, dumb and blind institution, : r.n. But,too. Dealer In GeneralMelbourne I jt aj t'd

End CoaAdrofatf( : down south. But to E.vstefn people- St. Augustine,: spent list night at the MANUFACTURING JEWELERS, WIIII'rarlhoeln'nit and In the therountlenof Supreme l'onrt. the Special SeventhTin fa- Moro] seV V '
Our thanks are due for your timely Philadelphia people for Instancewhenthey Boyd house, says the Palitka: HeraM rllltlm fur Kxamlnliift and Perfecting I-ami

editorial "Trespassing on Groves" in were, going to New York, they lIe Is on his return trip with two students Tittisvillo. Fin. Titles*and CorreniMimlrm-e Heir Spanish] solicited Uranta. from Claimant Tla. ", 4

rerDt your Issue of the 16th. I am pleased to I poke'of going east, and New Yorkers a boy and phi, from the extreme Repnhlng of Fine-and Complicated Money to, I/oan. 1 "

tee the ADVOCATE take suoh a practicaland going to Boston, thought of It as going south-west corner of Brevord county, Watches; netting of Diamonds and other Hats Shoes .

common sence view of a subjectthat "down east," and Boston people, in their about fifteen miles from Fort Drum. Ito Precious MoncH. T\R. 11(. 1). L. DOOSON IgCS Clothing, Dry Goods ,

" is assuming such serious proportions minds, were going "down east" wheal has born nearly tendtys: making the Alligator and Hog Tusks Carved and Just Arrived. Splendid Goods.
H.of Mounted for cnne-heads brooches etc.
among the orange growers of our they went to Maine. And when they trip and has some lively Incidents to le- OILS V )
PAINTS HARDWARE
M. Shell made. LEAD.
Jewelry SPECIALIST IN OPERATIVE SURGICAL .
section. There are some here, I regretto got there, they hadn't come to the late. The point from where he left the In S. H. Ray s now building, opposite DRUGS '
say who would apparently get down "jumping oft" place yet, for they still river, Fort Pierce, Is nearly thirty miles corner from PontolHcc. & MECHANICAL DENTISTRY, GROCERIES: GRAINOf f
''l mlE othcrw Ue. Slnov TITI'SV iLIX, FLORIDA. everything. Call and examine. 11
or '
who never weary of uttering loud wordsof thought of going: to the Provinces. But the way through the woods without a ,

- welcome; and who are ever ready to the "down" part of it perplexed us sign of a road or human habitation. The R. R. L. WILLS,

censure any fruit grower who is not Westerners more, and seemed more contrary father of the children Is a cattleman and Advertise in this Paper. D V V RcgorS, i

willing to open wide his grove, withouta to the common usages of geographers Is fairly well fixed. His nearest neigh- PHYSICIAN A: SURGEON, :DEALER IN CLOTHING

word of protest, to the crowd of gen than the "going east." It seemedso bor lived some five miles off. He and A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania Gents. '
who without asking furnished about' all the and an experience of twenty furnIshIng Goods, Shoes, Hits, ,
tlemanly highwaymen, much snore natural to us to call it this neighbor .
HODGES & GODFREY in practice, offers his. services to "
years
permission, walk In and help them. "going up." Well, the sailors are to pupils for the public school, the teacher the citizens of Titusvllle and vicinity. Caps, Umbrellas, Trunks, Valises : ,

E r. wires _to the fruit, and who by their blame for that part of it; the Gulf of which boarded with him, and walkedto Manufacturers of I OFFICE: OVER J. w. HOOK us ('0. FINE CIGARS, Etc. i

lordly way, and the look of Indignant Stream ran north-east, and so when they and from the school house each day, i The only house In town making a ape- ;

surprise they assume, if a protest i Is were running with It, they were going some three miles. Mr. Caldwell went Yellow Pine Lumber LA RUE P ELY, clalty of Jonts.,FIll nlnhlng Goods. .. or

made, would have us bellcave that they "down orut." with him the day he was there. The Drop In and examine my stock, and .
JUSTICE::; OF THE PEACE 17TH DIST compare ices. Cash
neon DRKHARI, } customers .com I
are granting us a favor by so doing. Now the lion. E. M. Gpodall from neighbor mentioned furnishes ten pupils. Orange Box II... That class of our citizens, however, as a "way down east"-that Is to say, from The Seminole Indians live near, and Fruit Vrrtbt Crate. Contractor and Builder of over 30 rears' exporlenve. claim to confer. ,
rule, have no groves of their own toInvite has of his several were seen. The children are accompanied Lumber delivered& any ral1 of Indian River Natural Finish a Specialty. Call when convenient. First door
Sanfocd, Maine- spent part on through bill of Imllnft. Anyone rontempUtIMK JIKMIUURNK, FLA. .
trespassers and their loud wel- also with a married sister bnllulnir on the fcjwl Coant would do well to I south of
ADVOCATE
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winters, for several.years" past, In cruising write for .rl.ra. The Sawntnlle situated on,.th. I ;
I come of liberal hospitality Is' made at( on these East Florida lagoons, in his who is making the trip to keep them J.,T. A K. W. Hy.,(mum couth (if l s I tka.Atcenu William: : :7-u.tola; 1 w
the expence of others. The time has makesIt satisfied and to see the Institute. Theyare i Coco,E. Billing j I Eau Gillie Eugene Drayman. DIXON
pretty steam yacht. lie always Bnlnenl. emo.pd & GRAY '
been-when our visitors were few- In' more than ordinarily bright and seem Hauling done at reasonable rates Attends .
anchor two
a point to a day or Sat uma IHghtx, Putnnn co., Fin. t
and I understand where and all departing and meets all arriving Dealer In l
when I was pleased to see them, "Moscley's" cove, that lovely harbor at to they are going ,
have treated them with as much are In good IIplrits.F.A.M. trains. Drags, Chemicals, Perfumery ToUet'L
think I the southern extremity of Merritts (a- GEO. ALTREE, Orders left with G. B. Rumph or at \ ,,1
courtesy, and with as cordial hospitality, land. Quite an Intimate acquaintancehas ADVOCATE: office will receive prompt Articles, Fine Soaps, Stationery, -

both as to time la showing them over sprung up between him and the BROKER AND COMMISSION AGENT, attention. JEWELRY, t' .

my grounds, and In liberality with my "hermit," and now that old recluse Is Indian River Lodge, No. 00, Free and TittiHville, Fla. .4. Prosohor, SPECTACLES ASEWING V '
but
fruit, as any one on the river, going to "give him away" to the readersof Accepted Masons, hold their meetingson Agent for Pianos and Organs; Florida TITUSVILLE, FLA., MACHINES ,'
that .time! has passed. To repay my the ADVOCATE.Mr. :. the FRIDAY on or before Full Moon, Brick and Lime; New I'rocellGasoline. Keeps a full :Metallic and Guns, pistols, Sewing: Machine and V
hospitality, I have had these same tourists : .-Goodall has been a member of the at 1:30 p. m., In Masonic: Hall, In the In- Stove that cannot explode. Wooden Machinery Repaired. atches, Clock
sticks out of the heartof dian River State Bank building Titus- Will at all times every dlscript- and Jewelry a Specialty c.
cut walking
house of representatives 'of his state; ville. hand Coffins, Cases and Caskets.
School
Ion of New and and Furniture.In Books and School Supplies.V
have
my finest bearing trees; they has been a member of the governor's Visiting brethren are cordially Invited fact will get anything to supply the Funerals attended If doidrod. All orders Subscriptions taken at publisher' prices

helped themselves to the orangesnotfrom council, and a state senator. lie Is In to attend. wants of the People.Tradesmen's promptly executed, and at reasonable for Newspapers, Hooks, Magazines, eto.,, .
the ground-but off the trees and the "7 sar'." district; and as he Is chairman WALTEB S. GRAHAM, W. M, Soiled Mocks Disposed of. rates. Embalming done. 9CONTRACTOR Prescriptions carefully compounded aft ,. ? 1

the finest ones as a rule at that. They of the Republican committee, had JOSEPH MEKDKLL, Secrety. 'Will sell on Commission by private treatyor P. J'. --z anytime, day or night. ., t j 4 .
within Public Auction anything you want ,. '
clusters
have cut off the largest
the
much to do with rolling up great
to turn Into
reach, and on one occasion one of them majorities for Mr. Reed. The speakerof HOUSE Cash advanced money.on Goods for absolute & BUILDER mr'uge, ,, ', ,

cooly ordered a workman to bring him the house is called by his political MELBOURNE sale. Titusvillo, Fin. '

a ladder so be could cut a cluster beyondhis opponents, an unmitigated tyrant; and Estimates furnished on application. Patent Medicines,: :,

reach. The ladles-I say It with Senator Quay Is called a most unprincipled MELBOURNE.Within Correspondence and patronage solicited. '
shame-would break off branches of politician. This Is all done in 0 I ease Elegant Perfumery and Toilet Articles -
3 Miles of the Atlantic. +' ,_
blossoms and without so much as !
all and the But how
public speeches press. iS
M. :::13. ::13'.01.1:
"by your leave.:* Is It when their denunciators talk of s. s Kept constantly on hand aft M fe.. t

They crowd our packing houses, get- them to their personal friends? Senator Good Shooting Fishing Sailing ea ol BRICKLAYER & PLASTERER I J. 33. : .. "r i

ting In the way of the workmen, ask Quay comes down here every winter 'S111 I. ScrevensJJDHUO ;

scores of questions, some of them a absurd and very naturally falls In with his old Pt I 8.or:. Titusville, Fla. 8TOIIE. H.<* %'>
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and nearly all prompted by Idle curiosity, Washington acquaintance Chas. Dohrity FIRST-CLASS TABLE Jk APPOINT- m ;! Work contracted for on any part of ,,gak *
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and give us to understand that they con- M. C., a red hot Democrat when he lion MENTS. : Indian River. 8 Also the latest Newspaper, Period- ',* *
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alder 'us a set of semi-barbarians at the stump. :Mr. Dohrity takes pride +' sf ij5e cals> etc. >, I" #- .. f ,'
the least, If we do not drop everythingand and pleasure in entertaining him. A Transient Rates, $2 per Day. ono, McAllister '. ',1.

devote our entire time to their Democrat up on Mosquito lagoon askedour H 1i8} u0q FOR '

pleasure. representative how It was that he t : Contractor for
One of the greatest nuisances of all, Is and that "political scoundrel1' were on GRAND VIEW HOTEL o 1 ;; tF, t "
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the newly-fledged Nlmrod with his brand such good terms. Mr. Dohrity said: e Artesian Wells Wines &: Spirits : F rtsl

new Winchester. Although most of the "Quay Ia all right; Quay Is a good fellow TITUSVILLE a"5 'f ,) ; ,

conspicuously And if Reed" should S rs
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lands In Rockledge are so "tyrant 7 ,' Eau Gallle Fla.
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posted yet they pay no attention to the come down here, :Mr. Dohrity and Mr. Indian River Fla. e Au pd-Omo :Beers k

fact, but keep up a usllade that at times Hardee and all other' representative ,; ,' i

1 remind an old soldier like myself of a Democrats would say: "Keed Is all I. :M. MABBETTE, PBOPB. and W. N. HENDRY CIGARS ETC.' TOP ,; ;

skirmish line before the real battle com- right; he is a good fellow; all we have Queen ,

mences. Even the Sabbath day has no against Reed is, he Is a Republican." This,1 Is the most central Hotel In town, Dealer In THE FINEST QUALITY, '.p.. ', .*- J'. f

respect for some of them, and every Sun- :Mr. Phillips, of East :Melbourne, had a and is only one minute's walk from the General Merchandise oo TO' ': .
day morning for three weeks past, I brother who was a classmate of Mr. Crescent RoutesCINCINNATI }: ''''
and close to Steamboat ,
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Railway Depot &
Rennker.
from he Losloy .
have heard loud reports repeat- Reed's at college; and this public way of

Ing rifle or the breech-loading shot-gun. introducing Mr. Goodall to :Mr Phillips Landings. 18 DRY GOODS Families Supplied. ;

Only a few days ago one of these I Is taken for the reason that It Is not Sb rteei'sndgeptluke NOTIONS,

sportsmen ((1)) stopped Immediately In likely that there will be an opportunity THE TRAVELERS $.
Compartment and Pullman ralac fUaeuInc STATIONERY,
front of my house and fired sevt'rallhots this season to Introduce them In any Car through without change making direct Titusville Meat HarM.

at some harmless ducks near the shore, other way. Jacksonville, Florida. connection la CENTRAL ION Choice Groceries,
and when I protestyd against It, I was Mr. Goodall i I. president of the San- UKrXIT fur ST LOUIS I y

cooly Informed that his landlord had ford :Mills, where a large proportion of and the WEST and with Through ear lines for MIMS, FLA. 0Drayman ,ALL KINDS 0., .'

told him he ould hunt and shoot where- the plush, with which the railway The Travelers, corner Bay and Cedar CHICAGO "EOR:: TH.WE81' !

ever he pleased.A coaches of this country are upholstered hotel streets, nearest Jacksonville to all railroad Fla. A station new brick and also with tbr"ii loss ear(urBUFFALO DETROIT T. "''Q''" S MX TEr: Fresh and Salt Meats, Eggs, _I

party trespassing on my river front I is manufactured. Those beautiful Imitation steamboat landings. Especially adaptedto aDd arttertSE ,

told me, with the coolest of impudence, fur caniage robes-for which transient business. Elegantly fur- Only ono haage of ears Will attend to all kinds of Hauling, Oysters, Fish, Fruit 44V Yegetiblas V ) -
Is down here-are manufactured nl hed rooms single or en tuttt. Table ,
there
no use
and .
I ezpedltlously.Will
there cheaply
that he had as much right as at his mills. Before he commenced al good as the best. This hotel was built, Merhfan, NEW ORLEANS, promptly IEAIWN.CASH .
had. Such Insolence, fortunately In furnished and operated.. a 1.00 a day Jukton, Ykkjburf Points In deUver-baggage for passenger '
seldom met with, and can only emlnate making them they were all Im- house; rates are now reduced to 2.00; a TEXAS and the arriving or departing on train or steam FOR POULTRY EGGS, VEGe'TABLESETC. 'f
and rowdy. ported from EngUnJ, and selling for day while the service hi better than ever. .
from the blackguard boats.
piece an soon as he got his Into Breakfast from 6 to 0; lunch from 11:30 Passengers via this line are afforded an u K. J. DAVIS Manager. a
$72.00 a ; 19
Mountain sndeurrouodiiig
of Lmtkout -
In fact the meet view Can be found at the Railway Station
One would suppose, by to 230 dinner from 530 to TOO. This
down$32.00.. ; liUtorio ;
the market, they dropped Lcovrjr. In Tttusvllle. tAi
residence South
we are treated that we had no Is the only hotel In Jacksonville serving or at my
way The That looks very much as If the English regular meal at these) hours. All others U. S. Mall Carrier. 5
right they were bound to respect. monopolies had been making |40.00 or are at least one hour later. Ua the S. C. RAY, S. E. r..... Agt./ Atlanta, Ga. EDEN ::<; ; V 3
firing of the hammock referred to In more out of every carriage robe they sold Travelers omnibus, the tickets save 23 D. J. :MiaLAszr: Ulv. Pass Agt., Chat- Notice. 1
your editorial, U apologized for by the cents on each person each way. tanooga.D. 3. .
to people. If we were on the eve of Notice Is hereby rive that at a meeting of the
class of our citizens above referred to, an our G. EDWARDS, G. P. A T. A., Stockholders and Ire fors of the Eat Count
an election it wouldn't do to say this, K. Barrs Transportation ('(Jmpao,...11k.II. of the Bylaw .
being ''a thoughtless &Ct." Perhaps it the ADVOCATEcould Button CINCINNATI. O. *of the laid Company war amended to PINEAPPLE -
and It Isn't likely that reeplstack
a* follow t : II.of ,eta-The
was-but if a heavy wind had sprang 10 Proprietor. thisArttcla '
be induced to print it. Ital ttotk of ,(ball .. |:JOOuu.OO to
up from the north as It is likely to da be paid op la fall. Tu ea stark shall be .: ,,
Governor Bagley, of Michigan, has one THE ADVOCATE d"I"." into*n ahare of ,IUUMo eat h. Kaen i.r.
at any moment, the probabilities are, manufactories In Town Tax Notice. tincate of Hock hall be signed bjr Ibe'Ideu' '
have destroyed, of the largest tobacco and attested b,the Secretory, with the Mal of PLANTATION L; j
that same fire would at Detroit. He employs the corporation. Certificate of stock s.sy be ;
thousands of dollars worth of property. this country, Xotlc I*hereby gives that the Ton tax bonk Job Printing DepartmentIs traiufwred bjr indorsement, sad the Seer
hundreds of men, and they all call him are BOW open for the payment of Uira. The ball .keep a record of tbe lieu
The proper place for a person who wouldbe book will i lose on ItatunUy January JIM. 1KM. aod.urre ...& upon UM
"John." Mr, Goodall brings down some The collector will be In Ids ubkw., adjoining tai tub*of the stock book.which record ball be T. 33. :El.l.oharClS: :
guilty of such ''a thoughtless act"In U I of his men every winter, and I notice poetofflc_ daily.OU .,from to II a. m., and from I to 4 p. Ready to do Your Work. .....wu\e: of the inemuennip of the corporation. Eden Indian Rlier Flartdah::.'
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a lunatic asylum; if done maliciously that most of them call him 6'Eroeat." : B. A,Vuu.lt: collector. WAi/rca K.UAAJJAM,Becrvta/y. ..
in the p J tentlar1.

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'.4 THE '' EAST COAST ADVOCATE, FRIDAY, JAN. 23, 1891. --- --

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':( ', ':" \ : THE EAST COAST ADYOCATE. 4- GROW SUGAR. fo expedite business' before the capital, and close observation, and ordinary WILKINSON COTTAGES : f
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; Supreme Court of this will be rewarded with THE
.t.} ," '' _. State they intelligence, ;
i p f"f.'t" :' ;::f: ;,r'.,:' ,. .1 .&&IU't oJOnUL lI..onlI: t'O 'TRa D1t1LFti The frost of lest week was quite will neglect one of the most cryingand bountiful harvests, and these, wisely J

', ;:;;,I"a .:" OralPTOVTtlt' IKOIAB MT. AK]> injurious to tender vegetables and necessary acts that 'could be marketed, bring succem. It Is.not our I INDIAN FLA
RIVER
:j.Ant 19 i!:, 1AM WOBTH SBCTIOK. is another reminder that we cannot considered. The docket at presentis Intention to go Into 'the discussion of ROCK LEDGE, ,

; I !' :;<- >" -- rely upon'thelr culture in this immediate about four years behind and Instead theories. Simply to give some facts and V
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',5-0V;'. Offlce: :Washington Avenue, Tltusvllle, vicinity with certainty of of any hope of catching up, some evidence, that will guide those These Cottage are Newly Built, Nicely Furnished, and within ten minutes' trap
f'I.&'V Indian River, Florida. success. The orange, cabbage, on. we are informed, that its business standing ready to invest in somethingand

-::...'.:I. : ': ; .' ion, etc., are safe crops, but beans. continues to accumulate more ra not certain what it will be. of Telegraph and Fostoffice and leading hotels. I
"" tomatoes class pidly than it ran receive attention. One of the best evidences at hand In
,},..,\t :.{..I: M, .i4 and the less hardy ,
,"1i.'hj.. ..;''.. ,,,"'.. rtrBLlSUZD EVERT FmnAY. of products, are a rather risky The delay which is caused in ob- favor of pineapple culture Is the eager. Have the steamer land you at Glngrai wharf-only three minutes' walk from tie'

';'('.. '. ; ,,' -- source of profit taining a decision from the Supreme ness with which men of means and Intelligence .

;;' .. t .;. Pototomce Agriculture on a large scale, with Court and the expense involved with large experience In other Cottages

/ .. ; ._ '" .Xntond: at th.CUM Tttanrlllc Mall Matter. M Second- business methods to govern the undertaking is so grear, that many a lines, are buying up our lands and embarking .
If \ .", art ', sufferer will submit to Rates : Per Day $2.50 ; per Week, $12.50 ; per Month, $45.
.t,; ,:"", ,,1dj' :, -.:.. would be far more profitable an injusticerather In the culture of pines. In addition ,
f ..i d _; than the individual and than undertake the burdenof to thin, if the figure of taut: year's "
fJ 1';. r t /1 TERMS Invariably la Atlvniee, feeble suspense and expense involvedby realization
," .r. plans usually adopted. The were given, no other Industryof Sdec-3mo H. H. WILKINSON. Prop
r .'. ". JJ* Check Foetal Order! or One and Two Cent cultivation of sugar on our cheap an appeal. Something )Is radically like size could bear comparison with 1
... ": ;.../, ,IOUK Stamps.On wrong :when such condition ,. -
a
y marsh lands, in plantations of from this In profit or In' proapect. The outlook -
?V 1' r ; Yeat....."... .. .........1.110 one hundred to one thousand acres, of affairs is presented. Delay is for this season's crop Is most ,flattering JAMES PBITCWABD, President; W. B. BAKNKTT, Vlcc-Piesldcntj;
gtt Month,....1.00M' : almost bad Vf. M. Biiowx Cashier.
'I as as the ,
." r + Three Month,....... ..... .110 operated by men of means, or by miscarriageof and with better means of trans
,;t Uigl Copy,..... 60,4l corporations, would be a very profitable Justice. Our people would revolt portation and wider distribution of the
Bent to any Address U. 8. or Canada,Prepaid and certain crop paying its if our judiciary were purchasable crop, the horizon of the pineapple grow INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

+ "r promoters handsome incomes ; and ; they would not submit to er Is clear. The past Is safe and cheerIng j

Editor: ,..... WAfn* 8. GUR .JI. by the employment of a large forceof such an outrage-and yet, where the future Is hopeful-and that (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.) hi h

( Aaoocaate ldntor & Manager.C. II.WALTON labor, would stimulate the does the difference lie as to the hope rests on a sure and safe foundation.Of .

growth and development of the effect produced? It matters littleto one thing we are certain, there is a -1'. Authorized capital, $100,000Paid

It 5i, country. The Kissimmee valleywill the sufferer whether his failureto stronger demand, and higher prices for -.f. (\C": up capital, $25,000 ta'
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.i "yf', n' a minion We do not of our hold correspondent onnwlre re pon, but Ib1o we for claim the make a fine sugar field, but receive justice is caused by purchase pineapple land, than any other with Average deposits, $100,000

the right to reject any communication. the priaries of Brevard county are or delay. If death ends his which we are acquainted. = sun'I

!'., Commnnlcatloni for publication most be wrlttm superior; and the syrup from the suspense, while waiting for it, is There Is much conflict of opinion as to Transacts General
plainly on one aide of the paper only,and Indian River section is said to have he any better served than if It had the exact boundaries of the pineapple a Banking
c.
be accompanied by the
,honld. In every case Ea
vrlter'i name and Idresi, not necenaarlly for a'peculiar flavor that would makeIt been openly denied him by a corrupt region. Without expressing any opin- Business
publication, but ai a guarantee of good faith, Judiciary during his lifetime? -
famous and much ion
l'' .- as as sought about other places we feel sure that

..' after as our oranges. Sugar will Let__ L us take. an example, of what is one can plant with safety between Fort w, Largest and Oldest Bank on the River ya

r. ADVERTISING BATES) be King of this East Coast, and I I going on in our !state: every day.Some Pierce and Jupiter, including the St. ? -

L ,." PEnTEA1. some day, South Florida will fur worthy citizen has his grove Lucie river region. At Ankona, Eden, I DIRECTORS: 'I'
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nish the bulk of the injured to the extent of a 7r 'I ""
country's sup say Jensen Wareland, and to some extenton JAa.PRITeHARDWD.fARNETT'teeklen:! (
One Inch,.tlOOO in thousand dollars by a fire caused of the National Bank of kronvllle), J.Has tl.
The this
ply. hobo Sound
bounty product, largeplantations can be .
't TwoIncb.M,..... 15.00 ( National stank << ti
the
Jacksonville
; ,'i j. Three Inch..... 2000 recently voted by Congress, makes by negligence of a railway company found. These are alllna, condition of llKOWV. ), W. 8. GRAHAM and W. .M.

? Four Inch.... 2500riTC its culture more inviting than ever. ; he brings suit for damagesin expansion and growth, and the observer OORBESrONDEST 5'

Inch,or Quarter Col.,. 30.00 With reference to sugar lands, the Circuit Court, and upon receiving will find it worth while to examine and y Seaboard National flank of New York and ti
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t ; Half Column,...... 65.00 the a verdict in his favor the National hank of Jacksonville.. 20 e'
Florida ,
i Agricidturi : The settlers at theile'placell
says compare.
+ .* : : WIIol.COlumn.IOO.OO case is the salaried rrIrrUsVILLE :FLA.. ,.
."' "The possibilities of sugar making In appealed by court Investigation, and gladly welcomethe ,
Tor ft* Month, divide the yearly rate by two Florida have received much attention of attorney of the defendant, com __ 0''
seeker after knowledge In this branchof
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and.add 10 per cent late ;years and the business has long pany-it always is-and the C
1 Tor Three Month, divide the yearly rate by since passed the experimental stage. The tiff is told by his that plain.he Florida fruit growing; The pineapple
four,and add M per cent. reclaimed lands of the DIsston company attorney region Is booming. Go and see THE TROPICAL TRUNK ]fSL

.Coca AdTcrtliemenU, Ten Cent Per Line have produced remarkable yields of cane, will have to charge' fee of at least
1
Xach Insertion.. and the works at St. Cloud have produced $100 to represent him before the Special Bargain.That tI
1 from that the finest I
cane samples Supreme Court and that decision
Paid Heading Matter, not In "Local New" of sugar, far ahead of any; produced else- will not be reached, inside a of four THE JACKSONVILLE TAMPA AND KEY WEST SYSTEM
c ,damn,Fir Cent Per Line Each Ineertion.i where. In the quantity to be obtained fine business lot on Broad street, ;,
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Legal.Advertisement at Legal Rate. from the cane and In the quality It has years. This is news to his client, just-west of Indian River Lumber Co's
i been demonstrated that Florida can beat and even if he can raise a hundred Schedule in Effect NOVEMBER 25, 1890. Central Standard,Time.Milto .
{I4 All UM aboT rate are for one edition per the world. There being land enough in dollars to satisfy his attorney, he office. Fronts 60 feet on railway. Large FI
week.
the State to produce all the sugar required building now occupied by J. S. Watson ( :! HOPTH READ D01I'II' STATIONS. OOIMO> KORTH READ Cf.
decide to'pocket his loss ra
V ... Bill collected monthly. for home consumption It follow may 4 Co. Price 160000. Very easy terms. '
necessarily that it is only a question of rather than continue his litigationfor ra 1000 pm'116o'
; ; BOBBINS k GRAHAM pm' rm' 8 M.m Lv..JA'KII01f\'ILLB.Ar.1I1IO / am
Check,etc., be made payable to "Graham !
may time when the State will be as remarkable four years, and abandon his 1130 1'm I 11I1.m loin um Ar..St AIIllllhtlne ..LT. 410 .m'102O' and I
Walton.." tOOI"n 11118 U1 ".......I'alatk........." 133 m Sto.m .
for the quantity of the sugar exported case. If he does proceed with it, II liT 4......Ormmnd......" 8t' am i
y' far* Merchant and all other to whom we are as it is now for its fruit it be remanded and after Biggest Bargain on Indian River. San pml I ".......IkrTona..0' l2'l.m i
Indebted will oblige a*by presenting their bill The facts connected with this Industryare may t
the lt of every month for prompt settlement amorg the most important of those passing through the lower Courtgo 400 pm,1230 rm $Ru: .1 L".JArKIICI"II.LR., Ar. 930 am1240" rm 720 pm t
Forty acre of first class orange and 5a 121 tl2B Ar..ttCove Springs..L 112t 1139.m 820 1
the
which mould be made known and to Supreme Court
r pub up again, ".....
800 109 10211 ..Palatka......." t211 1043 620 "
4 / lished in every account of the resourcesof and it is probable death will term. garden land. one-half mile from Minis 712 31t 1\4:01: ".. .....!Ie.llle........" 300 138 too "
ys Florida. In that diversifying of our station Part, the prettiest hickory 8M" t2ll" IO rm ".....1leland........" 100" 1111" .'
inate
,Address communication to his I
all
suspense before the 'case 133 tOT" 12M" "....Orange City JO..." It9 113:1: Itt "
Industries In which Is to be found
the
is concluded. This is hammock In this section, balance, very 110 44'1 130" ".....Manford........" 1111 7118 100 I
r : BAST COAST ADVOCATE, solidification of our prosperity this possibility finally one rich muck. Red luh- oll marl. ttaT "......nterprl104l.: ....." 762 "
of the future should have a prom. sample of what can be found on no 1100 1143 1310 "...TITUSViLLE..." 630 I2to 1000 "
TTTVITIU.X, FLOWDA. Choice building site on a hill In of I t8110 .1. ....Tavaretl......." 1130 "
inent and would-be settler and grove "
place the .
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docket
P. from
O.Box,222. of
every county 11112 ItA 4... :.Orlando. 1I11. 80 1210"
,' investor should. be made familiar. with the State. It is only onethereare large oak and hickories. Equal to any 677 326 "...Kls.lnlnlee..N 1110 rm" 5o0'! II 20 am
all the detail location at Rockledge for natural beauty. I'D 11111 ".......Jlartuw........" 800 120 "
hundreds of others. SM 810 "......Tampa......." 7118" 616 "
As far a the future I Is visible to mortal
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Tan Masonic fraternity held Transportation, hotel stores, school, tie, am a'.... Yun IIleaele........ tt3ll .
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ken it that this The removal of defective tax
appear in sugar making a 11030' ".....1'unta Hortl...." 11201'1S
'S there Is a source of wealth and pleasant society. Plenty of labor, etc., .
tfieir grand annual meeting in deed-which should be easily done t I -
to Florida equal to that to be produce the close by. Price, 1000. Two year timeIf 117 pm.. 1040 am LT....... I'alatk...... Ar 1110 pm 1030 am
Jacksonrille this week. This -must pursue same lingering aM 1120 "
body Ar..Interlaehen.Lv a'
t30 'M
by our phosphate mining or our fruit and be thelaws' desired Robbing & Graham, Tltus- aJO 1116 pm a.....hawthorne ......" a lit .IIJ "
to
; fa probably the most cosmopolitan raising. Our boards of trade, our real course, subjected. ville, or B. Roberto, MIm. 23* aM" 1220 ".....R..helle......" aJO 556 "
estate men, and all engaged or InterestedIn delay." 7111 1256 ".... O.lnenllle....." :245 70 .4
,. ; ,4 inducing Immigration bear The
.. JudiclalsystE'm of our State, loa "........Oc.1a.. ..... "
t' 1M 700
''memSerihip are made up of settlers this fact In mind, and it should be madea and especially of the highest Court Eau Gallle Town Election.At 730 .' 311II .. U......Leesburg......" 12oo.m 1130 "
more prominent feature In all 1560 11110 "....lemhrrton..a. 10to "
prospectuses
In the,Sunny State, who came and should receive the attention of the Is lo" 1211 "..... Krookevllle..N\ .to "
accounts detailing the resources "......... .. ..
the election held here on the 13th 11M :u.tI......... 100
from all parts of the Union, and of the State. next legislature, and an effective 62Spm ".......Tavern........a 1030 "
The lands of the DIsston int, the following were elected to
company are remedy be applied to correct
,' 1 from' many European nations. The made prominent in this connection now, i defects or evils that may exist.any serve on the Town Council: k..t-Dall 1:20,. P,Rally III ,enert! Sun.I.Jacksonville,.. 1Sunday and only.1'aUtka.Train leaving JackwnrlUel JO a in and Palat-

.t Mystic tie extends .around the because on those lands and at the worksat Mayor, Wm. Treutler. I, XMIETTICKUI
It rests with the of the Stateto
St. Cloud the facts have been demonstrated press At JlI'kllOu.1l1e with dl.errlnlf: lines North EMt end WHt. At Onnp City Jnnctlon fur
globe and its widespread influence this Clerk ft Collector, W. II. H. Gleason. Orange City Smyrna and lake Helen at Jupiter with J.
a* being substantial and un force matter upon the legislature ; & L.W.Rahway for Lske Worth; at
for good is felt in "all the ends of doubted. But the same facts can a* and we hope they will keepit Aldermen H. M. Prince, J. McAllister ; with Sanford South with Florida O. D. Railway Railway for for Oakland Winter Tarpon Park Springs ftaltfaiid, Clearwater, ew.; at Tampa and Gulf with Cuaat I'IaDtteam lolntll;.and blp
readily be demonstrated on other lands. constantly in the J. T. Ilogg, A. Bennett C. J. Young. Une for Key Went, Havana,Mobile and for Manatee River point; at Punta Oorda with steamerS
foregroundand
tile earth. for Key We t, ann.. Punta Rama St.James
City and Fort
Lake ha bodies of lands Myer
county large as Marshal & Collector W. R. Roesch.
Pullman
its action. sleeping Can on fast and
earnestly urge It fcha"et through mall train dally between New York
: well adapted to sugar raising a* any that
,,1 have been reclaimed by the energy and is within the province of the pressto Assessor, Eugene Brainerd. Tail. J For Information,call on or address M.E.OBUBER, agent,TituivlUe. Fla.O. .
IT a large photograph were taken capital of Hamilton Disston and a for- point out necessary legislation, ria. D. CKKRLY. 0. P. A.

Ii of the, river in front of our town tune awaits him who develops that fact." and on the subject in hand there He Inherited Title and Wealth.

i towing the abundance of ducks can be no division as to .its ne. INDIAN RIVER STEAMBOAT COMPANY.
C DAYTON, Ky., Jan. 20.-The heir to
r and coots that startle and delight THE LAWS' DELAY. cesslty. the title of Earl of Tyron and Immense

the tourist as he views the scene 1 estates thereto accruing in Ireland, has

for the, first time, and copies distributed Shakespeare makes the melancholy The Pineapple Region and its been found here in a direct descendant of r

throughout the large hotels Dane, in the oft quoted soliloquy Prospects.With the noble family. The estates whichare ,

"to be or not to be," to speakof valued at $0,000,000 were conticat-

of the country, it 'would have "the whips and scorns of time," the tide of emigration strongly ed in 1701' for 100 years. The representatives 1 r + r. 7

d. a tti tendency''to corroborate the apparently "the oppressors wrong," "the /ate*' directed to the Indian River country of England are now here Investigating

> incredible stories our pa delay The immortal bard considered I the question naturally arises, what field his rlalma.Standord.For .

wont chronicle in regard "the laws' delay" as an evil of agriculture offers the mot attractionand DEPARTURE &: ARRIVAL OF 8TKAMKR8.
.their which be classed with the profitable inducement for the energies I Sale. I
might Steamers leave TITUSVILLE
abundance Indian daily, except at Mel
:: on River, Sunday at 8:00: a. m., arriving
oppressors wrong, and the Injo- and capital of tho prospective! set A very desirable cottage in North Tltusvllle bourne at 1 p. m.
s, ind we could show them in evidence lence of office. tlers. situated extra lot Returning leave Melbourne at 1
M on aa large p.m., arriving at Titusville about 8 p. m.
A when we tell the story to'Incredulou's An able writer in a recent num. Past experience has demonstrated that suitable for gardening. Good location Leave MELBOURNE Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays at 1 p. m., arriving at
the Atlantic the in fruiUraisIng lies in a Also '40 Jupiter at 8 a. m. next morning.
hearers during our ber of JfontMy says, only safety and neighborhood. acres of

4 ,- vI'Its'to other 8t tes. Mr? C. B. in reference to the Supreme Courtof location below the frost line. land with house and young orange grove arriving Returning at Melbourne leave JUPITEB at 7 Tuesdays, Thursdays and .Saturdays at 12 noon,
the United States : "The present We must admit this fact to be beyond and other tropical fruits, near LaGrange, a. m. next morning.
take view'of The St. Lucie leave
to
Cory managed a With Nature and climatefor TltulVllle about 6:30: Monday mornings, calling at Rock-
condition of the Federal judiciary controversy. and 21 mile from Titusville. Both of ledge and Melbourne
them the first of the week. on the direct' run to Jupiter her Saturday,
system is fast assuming the pro us, who can be against us? these fine properties will be offered she comes right through to TItugville, arriving here; on about return 8 a. m.trip Sundays, ;
y ... portions of a National disgrace. We have four great clause of produCe cheap for the next 30 days. For prices

r ,. BAD colds are the rule at present For the removal of this reproach, tireness in Brevard Co. namely, oranges, and term's apply to J. IX Terry, South- W. B. WATSON, Supt.

-flome call them the grippe. Whatever two successive Presidents, repre. lemon., pineapples and vegetables. old, N. Y., or to Jones A Atkinson, attorneys

it is going around, the germs senting different political parties, While all are honorable and profitable, at Titusville, Fla. 23-10t EAST COAST TRANSPORTATION

s have taken quite a hold of many of have urged legislation ; the Supreme we wish to say that the industry of COMPANY

our citizens. Sneezing and cough. Court, through its members which we write, though new and com- Market Review.

IDS is in general order, so that has appealed for it ; three attorney paratlvely unknown-is developing vast Reported by G. S. Palmer Wholesale I

,. something has evidently gripped generals have '
1 eur residents. That it is an epidemic bar associations have petitionedfor rate that I. surprising to those who 166 Reade Street, Ntw York.JASUABY .

we have no doubt. If it is. it, and the suitors have sent up know but little about this Industry.One 19, 1891.

I t B.mjUd case of grippe, people should I their despairing cry against the of the strong point of pineapple Receipts of new Southern vegetablesvery

beware of exposing themselves too intolerable delay of Justice." growing In its capacity for expansionthis light, and price decidedly higher. .

much until they have fully re Congress has neglected its constitutional plant Is fto wonderfully prolific. String bean from $3.00 to$..50 per crate;

covered. Doses of quinine-given duty In not taking some The increase) 1* magical and when onceltarted'the peas $2.50 to $.OO; beet $1.50 to $1.73: ; ARRIVAL A1ID DEPARTURE OF THE STEADIER 8WEEXEV.

very twenty-four or 'thirty-six action to remedy the. evil referredto. grower needs but to judiciously cucumbers $2.50; to $3.50 egg plant Golan SocTB-The !Sweeney leaves TITVSVILLE about 130: m.

hours is said to break up most Some method should be devised put out his increase to satisfy his $3.00 to $4100 per barrel; tomatoes $4.00 Ootxo XOBTH-Leaves Titusville about 11 a. m. p.

-. light cases. During the past week whereby Justice could breached highest ambitioa for growth. to $3.00 per crate. Friday J. m S""eeney will leave Saw SIlYBY.4. MondaWedneaday

ergo we notice that Sheriff Bow. without the years of delay I Most fruit-growing Is slow and expensive Oranges In liberal supply, and prices aU and 7 a. ., top at aU Intermediate points, and a' F stLYDOZ

nan, Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins, Mr. that are necessary at present before -pineapple growing is rapid. ruling lower; fancy bright $2.50 to. p. m.P.eturnlng leave
nOCKLEDGE
If. E. Gruber, Mrs. Simonson, Dr litigants can get a decision Most fruit trees and plant have numerous 3.00: ; russet $2.25 to $3.50; tangerine and arrive at Yew Smyrna at 5 every m.Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 'I .. 111.

H. C. Hutchinson, Mr. and Mrs. C. from the court of last appeal. and destructive insect enemies- $3.50 to $4.50; mandarin $2.00 to i50.:! p

IT.; Watson, Mrs. II. Q. Hawley, Mr, While the Supreme Court pf the pineapple plants have BO known insect All orange n.ot la danger of frost, advise With A..t W. P.. R. at New Smrma CONNECTIONS:for all

\ P. J. .Hall, some of the ADVOCATE nation is far from satisfactory, enemies. holding until next month. River Line, and Clydeli' Steamship Line. lwiuts: north via Clydee st. Johns

staff, and others, have helped to those ofvmany of the states are in The handling and propagation of most The merchant and shipper of Indian River, who wish line
well! the number suffering from a similar, if not worse, condition, fruits requires special training and -Mr. and Mr. J. D. Butler and Mr will please advise their eOn> S""" to mark their good Via to patronize Une this care of
Clyde
these mean, little germs that are and that of Florida is one of the knowledge, but little of either is essential W. Crawford of New York, were visitor A. A W R1. and L. C. T. Co. or Via Clj'de Line tare of E. C. T. Co., Blue Springs

graveling around the country seekIng most laggard of all. If our next to success In the pineapple business. to town this week. They left for Rock- R. P. PADDIS.O.V, G. F.

'- for victims to pqunce upon. legislature does not take some step The proper Had of land, energy, some ledge, on steamer Sweeney, Monday. General Manager. PADmsovta: Agt

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RASSOIC' Manager. p
. ----- Can it be wondered at, that we have Surely this Is a democratic country! But ii:. R. OLMSTEAD, Professional Ciutln.T I J. M. Sanders Co. ,' *Jlti :'

reached the limit of our endurance? We be it remembered, the term "democratic"Is i :

---- have a lovely walk meandering along not used here In the restricted sense The Pioneer Dealer In ) L. OAUU>F.N, Dealers in t i i t ,:
the shores of beautiful river with in which it Is used in American polities!, .
I HV tin not hold mnrlrtt renpontbh fore our a MOSELKT.Mr. GENERAL MERCHANDISE ATTOUN EY.\T.LA W, DRY GOODS NOTIONS ;; .j
and
superb water view to the cant, orange !
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opinions of our c reJondenG. )
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TrrraviLLB, FLA.
groves, loaded with fruit, in plain CROCKERY, 4 {
-: II. C. Lackland, who arrived
sight, to the west. And here I proposeto Eau Gallie. SADDLERY, il
jy To Correspondents.We here from St. Charles, MOot Is 1'.l11ln JAS. T. SANDERS, (j:It' f
draw the line. Is STATIONERY
My place conspicuously .
town and he ban derived much I keep In Stock a Choice variety ofGROCERIES :
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must auk'our correspondents noto posted, and trespassers will get in says ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, FAMILY MEDICINES, ,;$i\ ; '
in in benefit to his health since he has been RIARDEN {
personalities HARDWARE
or making
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Indulge '
trouble who defy the warning.II. Will practice In nil the Cnurt of the Pevrntli ( SEEDS. r

Iliiicern port of their remarks neighbor of that Whenever character we S. WILLIAM here CROCKERY,TOILET TlCLES, ETC Judicial r. O. n"1I.flroult. :333.of Florida.TITt'SVILi.F,11$. CHOICE OltOCKHIES, ,".::,.. :

ball exclude them, and if persisted in -We are In receipt of a report upon And will Sell as Low aa the Lowest. Money to Lan 1 IIAY, CORN MAPEV }'EUTILIZERSf;: ; ',: ,' t
take to dispense with the the Indian River from Capt. Wm. M.
Iwe shall steps { FINE PATENT FLOUR. : &tOOOOA
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That Little Steam Sloop From Call and examine Stock. 18
(services of the party who indulge his Black, of the Corps of Engineers, St. my Nouns M. RnnniKH. WAI/TUR S. GIUIIAM.TUOBIUXS ?'I
(tastes in the line referred to. 'Way Down in Maine.To Augustine, and will have something to & GRAHAM, F1.orl.Cla.: : ,
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say on the subject in another issue. J. E. ENDER & CO. b
I us Western school boys our Atlan- A ATTORNEYS T.I.A W,

Trespassing OH Ornngp Groves. tic pea board ran north and south. Maine William A. Caldwell, principal of ""O'V'' a.tch.D:1n1J..cra: : TIT'VSVIM.K:, Brevard Co., Florida. C. J. HECTOR, '

was way up north and Florida was way the deaf, dumb mid blind institution, AJliI'IIANUFACTURIKG '. O. Dux,250. Dealer In General" sti

East Coas.4dotntr{ : down south. But to Eastetn people- St. Augustine, spent last: night at the JEWELERS Will praetlee In all theconntlenof the Seventh
Circuit and In the Supreme Court. 111'811\11.- nlrcrohand.l.se'
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Our thanks are due for your timely Philadelphia people for Instance! -when Boyd house, says the Palatka: 11 rl11.l. rllltlfR fur Examining and Perfecting land t ;
'rith ,'il1e. Fla. Tltlcn. (''''"'''I.n.t"n.loltl'.1\ from Claimant
editorial "Trespassing! on Groves" in they were, going to New York, they lIe is on his return trip with two students and Heirs t... Spanish Grants Melbourne, Fla. ,'.' 1 '

your issue of the 16th. I am pleased to poke of going east, and New Yorkers a boy and girl, from the extreme Repairing of Fine and Complicated Money to. txmn. 1TK. ,... a At

sec the ADVOCATE! take such a practical going to Boston, thought of it as going south-west corner of Brevard county, Watches; setting of Diamonds and other Hats Shoes Goods'I j

and common senco view: of a subject "down east," and Boston people, in their about fifteen miles from Fort Drum. Ho Precious! Stone M. I). L. DODSOX, Clothing, Dry

that is assuming such serious proportions minds, were going "down east" wlicji has bern nearly tenli.ys; making the Alligator and Hog Tusks Carved and Just Arrived. Splendid Goods.

among the orange growers of our they went to Maine. And when they trip and has some lively Incidents to re- Mounted for cnnc-hoadi' brooches, etc. OILS' ,
PAINTS HARDWARE
Shell made. : LEAD
Jewelry SPECIALIST IX OPERATIVE SURGICAL ,
section. There are some here, I regretto got there, they hadn't come to the late. The point from where he left the In S. II. Rays new building, opposite DRUOS

say who would apparently get down "jumping oft" place yet, for they still river, Fort Pierce, Is nearly thirty milesto corner from PontolHce. & MECHANICAL DENTISTRY, GROCERIES, GRAINOf
on their knees to the army of tourist;; spoke of going "down cast" when they where he had to go and that nearly all Prompt attention to all orders by mall all kinds; and In fact a full line of ;

who never weary of uttering' loud wordsof thought of going to the Provinces. But the way through the woods without\ a or otherwise. Slnov I Trrrs\'ILt.E? FLORIDA. everything Call and.examine. It 1 1J.

welcome; and who are ever ready to the "dowu"part of It perplexed us sign of a road or human habitation. The B. I. WILLS' ;
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censure any fruit grower who is not Westerners more, and seemed more con father of the children Is a cattleman and Advertise in this Piper. Dlt uT. :t=I.Ogersp' s

willing to open wide his grove, without trary to the common usages of geographers Is fairly well fixeIlls! nearest neigh- PHYSICIAN A SURGEON, DEALER IN CLOTHING,

a word of protest, to the crowd of gentlemanly than the "going east. It seemed bor lived some five miles off. lie and A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania Gents
highwaymen, who without asking I, so much more natural to us to call it this neighbor furnished about' all the ; and an experience of twentyyears Furnishing Goods, Shoes, Hits .

| permission, walk in and help themselves I "going up." Well, the sailors are to pupils for the public school, the teacherof HODGES & GODFREY, the citizens In practice of Tltusvllle, offers and his vicinity.services to Caps, Umbrellas, Trunks, Yallses; ? I

to, the fruit, and who by their blame tor that part of it; the Gulf; which boarded with him, and walked Manufacturers of OFFICK! : OVER J. w. IIOORRH a ('0. FINE: CIGARS, Etc. ''

lordly way, and tM look of Indignant Stream ran north-east, and so when they to and from the school house each day, The only house In town making a specialty 'k

}. surprise they assume, if a protest is were running with it, they were going some three miles. Mr. Caldwel\ went Yellow Pine Lumber LA RUE r ELY of Gonts. Fill nliihlug Goals if

made, would have us belleave that they "down .ea t." with him the day he was there. The Drop In and examine my, stock, and ,
a' famishes ten novoitOntnn a DRltllllltD, JUSTICE OF TilE PEACE 17TH DIST compare prices. Cash customer .command ", 9 '
doing. mentioned
are granting us favor by so Now the lion E. M. Gpodall from neighbor pupils. Box Ilrad. Notary Fuldlo for the State at large.Contractor every consideration competitor, 1., e
That class of our citizens, however, as a "way down east"-that is to say, from The Seminole Indians live near, and Fruit A V e r.t.bl. Cratcn. and milder of over 30 yean' expe claim to confer .
of their i own to several were seen. The children are accompanied Lumber delivered at .n.part of Indian Riveron rience. Natural .Finish Specialty.MELIIUURNK Call .d
have when
role no groves convenient.
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Sanford, Maine-has spent part of his through bill of luting. Anyone ni|>Utiug First door
invite trespassers, And their loud wel also with a married sister building: on the Last Coast would :well to q ,_. q', FLA.- ,-,- .' south of ADVOCATE office. "
winters, for several years past, in cruising writ for iirlcen. Thel'awmlll1.I rltnated an.the :: e
come of liberal hospitality Is' made at on these East Florida lagoons, in his who Is making the trip to keep them J.,T. A K.W.Itr..f mllei south of 1'alstka.A w;11.1.l.nD:1: : : I'utoh, 3 !, t
the expence of others. The time has makesit satisfied and to see the institute. Theyare cent*i Cocoa E. Billing j Eau O.l1Ie. EugeneBralne"l. Drayman.Hauling DIXON
pretty steam yacht. He always ) eino.pd & GRAY t t1lealer.
been-when our visitors! were' few- a point to anchor a day or two hr"Moseley'a" more than ordinarily bright and seem Satsuma Highta, Putnnn co., Fin, done at reasonable! rates. Attends I ,
when I was pleased to see them, and I cove, that lovely harbor at to understand where tlicy are going and all departing, and meets all arriving In I +

think I have treated them with as much Is- are In good spirits. train : Drags, Chemicals, Perfumery, Toilet I
the southern extremity of Merrltts GEO. ALTREE, Orders left with G. B. Rumph or at '.'
courtesy, and with as cordial hospitality, land. Quite an intimate acquaintancehas ADVOCATE office will receive prompt Articles, Fine Soaps, Stationery i
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in showing them over F.A. M.Indian BROKER lID COMMISSION AGENT attention. i '
both as to time sprung up between him and the ,, i JEWELRY, ,

my grounds and In liberality river with but my "hermit," and now that old recluse is River Lodge, No. 00, Free and TitiiHville, Fla. A. Frosoh.cr: SPECTACLES AHEWING :

fruit, 'aa any one on the going to "give him away" to the readers Accepted Masons, hold their meetings Agent for Pianos and Organs; Florida TITUSVILLE, FLA., MACHINES, tr
that time has passed. To repay my of the ADVOCATE. on the FRIDAY on or before Full Moon, Brick and Lime; New Process. Gasoline Keeps a full Metallic and Guns, Pistols, Sewing Machine and! :j
hospitality, I have had these same tourists Mr.Goodall has been a member of the at 730 p. m., In Masonic Hall, in the In- Stove that cannot explode.: Wooden Machinery Repaired. Watches, Clock
sticks out of the heart dian River State Bank building, Titus- Will at all times dlscript- and Jewelry a Specialty:! ,
cut walking house of representatives his state;; hand every Coffin, Cases and Cowkels. i
Ion of New and and Furniture. School Books and School:! Supplies
of ray finest bearing trees; they have has been a .member of the governor's ville.Visiting brethren are cordially invitedto In fact will get anything to supply the Funerals attended if desired. All orders Subscriptions taken at publisher prices #

helped themselves to the orangesnotfrom council and a state senator He is in attend. wants of the People.Tradesmen's I I promptly executed, and at reasonable for Newspapers, Books, Magazines, etc, I
the ground-but off the tree, and the "7 lar'." district; and as he Is chairman WALTER S. GRAHAM, W. M.Josaru Soiled Stocks Disposed of. rates. Embalming done. :2 Prescriptions carefully compounded aft -

the finest ones as a rule at that They of the Republican committee, had : MKXDELL, Secrety. Will sell on Commission by private treatyor A any time, day or night ., I J",Of.
P. J'. :13: T.L: .
c:1ultel'llII'ltbin Public Auction, anything you,want w, Y
have cut off the largest
much to do with rolling up the great
to turn Into ,
money. .
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reach and on one occasion one of them majorities for Mr. Reed. The speaker Cash advanced on Goods for abso- CONTRACTOR & BUILDER DrugS,
HOUSE 1
cooly ordered a workman to bring him of the house is called by his political MELBOURNE lute sale. Titusvillo, Fla. ; i
ladder be could cut a cluster beyond Patent Medicines :
a so opponents, an unmitigated tyrant; and :'
Estimates furnished on application. t
his reach. The ladles-I say it with MELBOURNE.Within I; 1
Senator Quay is called a most unprincipled Correspondence and patronage solicited.
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shame-would break off branches of politician. This Is all done In o 9-ttao Elegant Perfumery and Toilet Articles "
[ 3 Miles of the Atlantic. :, ;
blossoms, and.all. without so much as public speeches and the press. But how d Pod f rs
M. D. D'1I rt.C1.1.
"by your leave. Is it when their denunciators talk of Kept constantly on hand At "" < i
ry lap J k's
They crowd our packing houses getting them to their personal friends Senator Good Shooting Fishing Sailing. BRICKLAYER & PLASTERER J. 11' .i.
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in the way of the workmen, ask Quay comes down here every winter, t Screven'stfDIIUO :;:

scores of questions, some of them absurd and very naturally falls in with his old i'ii'" Titusvillo, Fla. = .*' '"Z'h

and nearly all prompted by idle curiosity, Washington acquaintance Chas. Dohrity, FIRST-CLASS TABLE 3k: APPOINT o I a jt&: : Work contracted for on any part of 8TOIIE. ?*' 4 : 1
and give us to understand that they consider M. C., a red hot Democrat when he is on ;I )t ttI Indian River. 8Jno..McAlllster Also the latest : '
MENTS. Newspapers, Period* ; "" .
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us a set of semi-barbarians at the stump. Mr. Dohrity takes pride e ,g1. cats, etc. ,. a' t l

the least, if we do not drop everythingand and pleasure in entertaining him. A Transient Rates $2 per Day. I lsw1i1. ':

devote our entire time to theirpleJY1ure. Democrat up on Mosquito lagoon asked 1i1. b:ii8jo FOR : ; i

our representative how it was that he t f Contractor forgf
One of the greatest nuisances of all, Is and that "political scoundrel" were on GRAND VIEW HOTEL 9pM

the newly-fledged Xlmrod with his brand such good terms. Mr. Dohrity said: t, .g28.i Artesian Wells Wines Spirits ;::

new Winchester. Although most of the "Quay all right\; Quay is a good fellow TITUSVILLE S i I gf t tS1, '

conspicuously And if Reed" should ,
lands in Rockledge are so "tyrant fs
::1-:= + r Eau Gallie, Fla.pdflmo.
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posted, yet they pay no attention to the come down here, Mr. Dohrity and Mr. Indian River, Fla. "' :Beers .

fact, but keep up a fusilade that at times Ilardee and all other representative ,
remind an old soldier like myself of a Democrats would say: "Reed is all I. :M. MABBETTE, Poors. and W. N. HENDRY CIGARS ;

skirmish line before the real battle com- right; he is a good fellow; all we have Queen ETO/s

mences. Even the Sabbath day has no against Reed is, he is a Republican." This,Is the most central Hotel in town, Dealer In THE FINEST QUALITY, '; l:;;.' d I

respect for some of them, and every Sun- Mr. Phillips, of East Melbourne, had a and is only one minute's walk from the OO TO' ,I ,, ,
Merchandise
day morning for three weeks past, I brother who was'a class-mate of Mr. Crescent Route. General ,K '
Railway Depot, and close to Steamboat & ,
Losloy Ronakor. '
have heard loud reports from Jhe repeating Reed's at college; and this public way of _

rifle or the breech-loading shot-gun. introducing Mr. Goodall to Mr. Phillips Landings.: 18 DRY GOODS, Families Supplied. ;

Only a few days ago one of these Is taken for the reason that it Is not CINCINNATIitnlukeit.. NOTIONS, f

sportsmen (?) stopped immediately in likely that there will be an opportunity THE TRAVELERS "
Compartment and Pullman riles fUeeiilnc STATIONERY
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front of my house and fired several shots this season to introduce them in any Can through without change, making direct TitusYille Meat Market. ;
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ducks the shore, other connection : .
at harmless near way. Florida.The Choice Groceries
some Jacksonville
In CLNTRAL ION .
and when I proteatyd against it, I was Mr. Goodall i ill president of the Sanford DLi IyT fur ST. LOUIS t '

cooly informed that his landlord had Mills, where a large proportion of and the WEST and with Through car HUM for MIMS, FLA. bz. ,ALL KIHDtt Or ', '

told him he could hunt and shoot where- the plush, with which the railway Travelers corner Bay and Cedar CHICAGO'"XORTH-WEST,

ever he pleased.A coaches of this country are upholstered, hotel streets, nearest, Jacksonville to all ,railroad Fla. A station new brick and also with through lienn ear for DETROITBUFFALO w. SJKXerEr, Fresh and Salt Meats, Eggs, i ,
is manufactured. Those beautiful imitation I '
part trespassing on my river front steamboat landings. Especially adaptedto 'aarn'dnth.lnKLTd'Only Drayman,

told me, with the coolest of impudence, fur carriage robes-for which transient business. Elegantly furnished one change of can Will attend to all kinds of Hauling, Oysters Fish, Fruit A Vegetables, ,- .' ,
there is no use down here-are manufactured rooms, single or en luitf. Table I
there I cheaply and expedltlously.
that he had as much right tut ORLEANS promptly, .
NEW IKAJOIT.CASH
at his mill*. Before he commenced as good as the best. This hotel was built, Mercian jy > ,
had. Such Insolence, fortunately, isfceldom furnished and operated as a $:J.OO a day jackwia, Vlckiburg, folnu la Will deliver -baggage for passengers '
met with, and can only emanate making them they were all Im- house; rates are now reduced to t2.00 a TEXAS the arriving or departing on train or steam- FOR POULTRY, EGGS, EG.'
and rpwdy. ported from England, and selling for day, while the service U better than ever. wand I'f.Paueoen TABLES, ETC. r -
from the blackguard boats.
I he his into Breakfast from 6 to 8 lunch from 11:50 via this caw are afforded an excellent i
u got ; .
$72.00 a piece; an soon and 19 E..1. DAVIS, Kanasrer.
Lookout Mountain surround.Ing
view of
the be found at the Railway Statloa
Can
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in by
One would suppose, to 230 dinner from 5:30 to 730.: Thisis .
dropped down to 133.00: ; llliturie _Del')'
the market,they
residence In South Titusvllle.
at
way we are treated, that we had no the only hotel in Jacksonville serving or my 1
bound to respect. The That looks very much* if the English regular meals at these hours. All others U. S. Mall Carrier. 5 ;
right stay were monopolist had been making |40.00 or are at least one hour later. Usa the 8. C. RAY, S. E. Faiw. Agt., Atlanta, Ga. EDEN -
firing of the hammock, referred to in more out of every carriage robe they sold Traveler omnibus, the tickets save 25 D. J. MirUAaEr, Div. Pus. Agt., Chat- Notice. t

your editorial is apologized for by the to people. If we were on the eve of cents on each person each way. tanooga.D. Koth* U hereby dYeD that at a meeting of theS4ekbukiers
class of our citizens above referred to, as our O. EDWARDS, G. P. 4 T. A., and: iHrectore of the Eut Coat yq
an election, It wouldn't do to laY this, Burton K. Barrs Traaipurtatioa Company,Article 11. of to* My-
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being ''a thoughtless act. Perhaps itwa the ADVOCATE CINCINNATI. O. bows of the aaid Company WM amended to read PINEAPPLE.-. I
and it isn't likely that 1/1 .
wind had u follows t "A rtkl U.of stock eta -The eap- i
*-but if a heavy sprung 10 I'roprletoi.Towll .
could be induced to print It. tttl stock of Ibis eonpaay shall U t'JOfutIM to
up from the north, as it is likely to do be paid up In fall. The capital stock shall be 1,!, ,.
Governor Bagley, of Michigan has one THE ADVOCATEJob divided into 200 thane of SiuUJW eacb. EacbeertincaM -,
at any moment, the probabilities are, manufactories in Tax Notice. of tuck stud be aliened ty Ib*Pmidentand { 1
would have debtro'edthou.aandll of the largest tobacco attested by tbe ftorretary. with the sal of pLANTATIOHgOF ; A
that same fire at Detroit. He employs the rporatioa. Certiflcalee of stock nay betransferred
of dollar worth, of property.The this country, Notice U hereby gives that the Town tax bnnka DepartmentIs by iBdonontent, and the gecnttaryaball '
hundreds of men, and they all call him are now open fur the pairnicnt at taxee. TIM Printing keep a record of the bow transferred "
proper place for a person who would books will I-IOM.*u Baturdajr,January Slut 1891. and aurreudcr of all stock certificate upon the 3D. Riohari1 1.
down T.
"John." Mr. Goodall brings some The collector will lw la bU office, adjoining the Hub of tbe itoik book which record ball be : f IEdens
be guilty of such "a thoughtless act" 1* of his men every winter, and I notice ....10/11.,..,from u> II .. m., and fruut to4 p. Ready to do Your Work. evident of tbe m iul f.hJp of tbe contention. Indian Rlfer forlda.r'li:
in a lunatic asylum; if done maliciously, adaily. W J..r"8.UAAJHAM, Secretary. ,
that most of them call him t'Ernet. i-4t B. .L Clk" collector. .' "
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lItlo, one h.d.M,1*.generally, tved. '1-One end of WOMAN'SVORLD. I10 well known- as-scarcely to need & I Iseriptlon
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FEORIDA'3 BUDGET: few d.I. : : the log to be removed in fastened on a and, really'belongs t ft.
corded though''soft I Iparatlvely
i weaves,
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market end U"tlTowecl
"crotch and the other
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-- The to drag on the pfround.: A "crolca"i PLEASANT MTKBATCBE FOR Indistinct.: _
Iff* er NewlY Notes and, Pointed be put a vehicle made from the fork of k tree. FEMININE READERS. Satin regence ha a stin surfaci uj I

: Paragraphs. will A beam I* fastened across it for the log ._ flatted ap. Satin duchesse 'ha'I I
aged to rest on. The point of tie'crotch is PRAMATOT.. feed other satin effects, I
mHm M M l M .Mfc .MVolusia WIDOW Of A FAMOUS is fashionable
L << trimmed in such way that it turns up regence very. in Par I
; papers Mw. Tom Tayler, growing in fnor'he. It I
the of It looks ha an
. Jike runner a sleigh,
;: uidqi-et.eteniacbooI. when like capitalA. tilt, is one of the finest amateur pianist distinct line and f chiefly used now I Ihandsome
completed a large
4 : of Citra have sold very i old small and (
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gangster Chinman be In London. very Satin 1
A log or stick of timber can UnJ4.
their grove for 100000. E. | quite feeble, but it is quite wonderful toe also past ma"eie
dna crotch im-. I
transported ,onwr places
- ? :' There are rumors ia Gainesville of the W. ; ; passable!to sleighs.The her hobble p.croqsa' drawing-room to the best wearing materials ever 0!

. establishment. there of a large factory. cult Jefferson, i skidways and saw mill are almost the piano and a moment later charm and Satin, pure and simple, haa ben wO'e tot I
The Methodist conference selected i villa, T- !invariably on the banks of streams or bewitch everybody by the sad, sweet and long in the trade not to bo well kno {\
Tampa a* the place of the next eatoo.I '. and small lakes, much to- the .disgust of almost timid melodies she will play. Her Pean de sole is a soft and 1

The annual meeting of the Florida lor fishermen, as the sawdust makes it impossible eyes are .o weak that she could not read weave, having a doll finish, luppl I
?; ,Fresi)" Association convened at Ocal keenah. ; for fish to live in the water. the music if it was on the rest and so she always taken well in Paris, but has h I Ia

Wednesday. kulla, J. ; The skid ways are so selected that logs plays from memory, or else improvises, limited sale here, thoug1 the cheaper I
Bartow has new Irish potatoes and will : can readily be rolled from them into the taking her own mood for the theme. good make excen lDing. Tale I

: soon have all kinds of Il'etIh. ,"egetablee f pf F. R. ; water in the spring and formed into Ckicayo Pott. is one of the oldest weave I
.. home growing.' Liberty ; rafU. The logs are kept from drifting present i only used as alining. This I* I Ia
There were heavy frosts and' Ice for White; ; : by booms made of pieces of timber MIS* nraxrao'a poon nrrtB SHOT. perfectly smooth ,weave and of seven)
11.,.successive mornings atBronsoa Jut Live fastened together by chains. On some Saturday at twilight, while a house- gde.. Rhadamc and rzma hi* I
week something very unusual for that E. Live ; of the inland lakes tugs have been builtto warming was in progress at !Thomas 0. disappeared from Clan-
section Pixton; ; tow the rafts to the mills, and the McAdani'i farm house on the Nooksack ten.
''Governor Fleming ha appointed 1(. lumber barges from the mill to the rail- a tremendous splashing *as heaid in the Florence and Marceline silks wen
. 1I Seagrave Adams justice of the peace-for mony, E. ; way stations. brook near by. All rushed to the stream, used years ago for linings where then
I 4 Sandford prtcinct In place of JUitice gins; The bill of fare In the lumber shantiesis where a cougar was found eating a fine was no strain, they being the BOret of
Sivine. -deceased. I vlile, L not of a character to tempt the appe- salmon he had just caught. The men silks and transparent. D show

A shooting affray occurred at Pember City berts: tite of an epicure. Salt pork, potatoes without alarming the peat cat, went for satin, faille, regence, velvet, armure tad
$' tD. in which John Rose (colored) Ihot 8. beans biscuits, hot scones of bread, their guns, and when about to fire heard many other effects classed under the
and killed two negroes and seriously Lake black-strap molasses, and tea or coffee, the crack of a rifle, and the cougar leaped general name of brocades.
: wounded three others. F. form the staple articles of food. The high in the air and fell in the brook The terms Pekin, shot glace, etc.,

I* grippe has been'raging for the past Waldo, ; cook is not expected to be a chef, but if dead. A bullet had passed through the ply to different effects produced in IP

_ month in Bonifay, and, while; It has been agent. his dishes do not suit the tastes of the left ear into the neck and ruptured the weaving, njot.the -actual weave itself.
of a most malignant type, it ha proved Oalae men he is apt to be mercilessly criticised. spinal cord. Hiss Maud Burning had Chinese and Japanese silks form a department
fatal only Jn about one instance. eat-fried, boiled or cold-is served done the deed from the second-story window unto themselves, numbering
The hunter and trappers are meeting supplied at every meal. Many of the men are ,' at a distance of 175 yards.- All many' dozens. These are' '
with success, and are bringing large quantities .and I accustomed to mix molasses with the joined hands and circled to the left, with weaves seen and read of, though other
of furs and skin to the Kusimmce :M. Mann i pork gravy when dining; but this is an the lion and the lamb in the centre. It sometimes, like the mushrooms, ''sprisgup
1. market. One merchant bought fl, OO T. J. acquired taste. The bill of fare varies is only a few days ago that Miss Durning in a night."
""worth from them. Mason; ; \ but slightly from the beginning of the killed a huge bear that is now being -

The steamer HeWes' of tho Morgan, wood season to the end, but as long ai the stuffed.-Wkalcem Reteilb. VASHIOX KOTES.
I< New Orleans and Texas Pacific Railway Citra, E., men have plenty of good strong food to Fans with folding handles are sometimes
'and Steamship company has been secured Anthony ; eat they do not complain. sax's ITB..uI OAT.CAPTAm HOW. seen.
Mr. JL B. Plant B. Ley; The laundry-work in the woods Is of Linwood Dela- ICups
by president, for the dar Gro,. Mrs. Clara Locke, of for cloaks are studded
opera
Port Tampa and Jamaica trade. T. ; the most primitive character, as mightbe ware County, Penn., has just been grant.
; 1 .MrJLmtiu Lopez one of the oldest ,T. Bishop M. !; expected. Each man is usually his ed a captain's license, the first ever given BCnel.
citizens:of St. Augustine, died a few own washerwoman. Sunday, a* a rule, to a woman in that State. She went Feather plush is a novel garniture o

,. oJ days ago at his home in that city. The E. fit i* washing and mending day. A the before the United States inspectors ,of the autumn. '
deceased was 64 years of age,>, and was F.;Pasco ; clothing worn 11_ of the coarsest and steam vessels at Philadelphia on Tuead'ay.There There is a craze among collectors lot
: highly respected and greatly loved by the aide, W. ; strongest kind, the .mending'"doesn't was, says the Record, a flutter of old tapestries. ,
,, people of St. Augustine.The amount to much, and the laundry-work excitement. When the physician pro Black broadcloth trimmed with gold
South Florida sanitarium, located C. ; is equally light. Stockings and underclothing duced his apparatus for colorblindnesshe braid is striking.,
: at Sanford, is an enterprise, or institution, N. R. Are about all that ever find discovered that the nautical aspirant Decollete bodices are edged with a narrow
,
I of which the people f.Sanford are Green : : : their"way into the wash-tubs, and their before him could distinguish even more band of ostrich feathers ''
: justly proud. The propneton have, at a Phillips; immersions are by no means frequent.It delicate differences in shades of color
cost: of nearly $29,000, erected, and furnished Putnam, often happens that half a dozen than he himself, and found that he was Velvet calf is exceedingly popular forladiea'
the building in perfect style. Augustine : camps are under the control of one dealer. I playing the role of the hunter who was hand bags and purses.

: The DeLand city council ha decided Fullwood; In such cases men and teams are employed hunted by the tiger: In a little while Style are very picturesque and ins..
Jo experiment in the DeLeon Spring shell, lusia, A.. In supplying his different shanties with Mrs. Locke had the qualifying certificatein terials and trimmings very rich.
")_ ; and has made a contract with the DeLeon II. provisions., Food, for both, men and, her pocket. She answered the questions Among the latest accessories to even '
1-t Spring company to lay sidewalks'of shell Tilusvillo horses is transported from I the towns to regarding the rules of navigation lug dress are floral muffs and rufij.
in certain'portion* of the city at .a price L. Rast the woods on sleighs and carioles throughout -, so well that the inspectors declared that The most "English" riding boots Ire''
not .to exceed '20 cents Orlando the winter. The small dealers
per running are they never examined a man who answered
made half to lace and half to button.
: foot.The Orlando, : in the habit'of sending out for supplies them so correctly. Mrs. Locke's husband -'
Tavare, Orlando, and Atlantic ) ; and the mail every few weeks. is a civil engineer employed by the Torchon lace is coming in again ass
railroad fa'ad' ertlaed for sale under a E.'Penny; The gangs are made up of men of all Government, and has charge of the improvements trimming, for sachets, toilet slips, etc.
'S foreclosure.of' mortgage, wherein W. nationalities and it is not unfreqnently in the Delaware River and The most unique screen of the day iiAIIA
Bayard' Cutting, trustee of the city of lor; ; the case that three or four languages are Bay. I __v thAt____ _tiaa_ thA_. jtnHinAfc_____ nrnamlnhUnn.
: Sew Yor1r;." complainant. The sale is W. A. :, spoken in one shanty. In the French Buttons, large and small, and hand ,
Hi to takd,place! : on the. first }(Monday :February Lake meyer;W. ; camps at Quebec, a priest visit the wood HOW BCBVAK WOMEN DRESS. some frogs are more used than for some
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4' Meadows at regular intervals during the winter and time.
; V. J. Sbipman, receiver of the land ler){ ; attends to the spiritual wants of the men; In Burmah the poorer classes usually
; : office Gainesville, says there are over ; but among the English.speaking lumber wear but one garment, consisting of a Cunning little ptn-cushions take the
City, ,W. ; I single piece of colored cotton cloth about form of mussels and come with chains at-
r ,O00,000acres of hind in the state yet men religious duties do not receive much
:subject to homestead, also that the past Parker; attention. It is not unusual, however, yard and a halt wide, of such a length tached. -
jear ha been the-busiest the office haa church.'f; in theca camns to find a roiiirh vomicr that it can be wound around the chest or Costume of cloth for carriage wear
ever known. Over 13,000 settlers have Water lltruok.E.; woodsman spending- -a-couple of<>hours-of waist and fall to the feet. The 'women have, many of them, a vest of white,
"proven up." numerary., ; a Sunday afternoon spelling out the texts bind this strip of cloth tightly around with I lace jabot.

1 ;'Dr Hayes, In his speech, before the Florida of the Bible that a pious mother placedin the bust under the arm,,. leaving the The handsomest trimmings used at the.
:( Uethodist conference, on the relation', Moore, hisbag of necessities before he left shoulder and neck bare, and the opening present moment are metallic embroideries
the Methodist Episcopal church, South, Chandler, home.-Uarper',- Wcelly. folds of the dress are at the front. The heightened by jewels.
to the'work of evangelizing the negro, Advocate. ... barefooted beauties have from infancy A in consists of'
novelty ,
paid a glowing tribute to. the fidelity of Tampa been taught to walk in such a way that trimmings
,the slaves Boy Carpet.Wearers. kick the yoke and sleeves to match of black velvet -
during tbe wa; showed the irajportance Tampa ; they naturally dress inward with
4 of his elevation to this country Pierce; The shawl and. carpet"* 'of'India 1&.e'. the heels as they go along, and thus avoid studded with tiny steel ban.
I AS well a* to the uplifting of his race in R. O. long been famous for their color.' Their' any exposure of person. The higher Drapings around the extreme' bottom
Africa, and reminded the church of what erary; popularity partly due to the brilliancy classes of women have a short silk or cot.' of the skirt and the top of the waist
: : is.had; ,idone in the put for the slaves. mission, J. and permanence of the dyes ooiptoy, and ton sacquo which covers the shouldersand characterize some evening gowns.
: :The Sub-Tropical i* booming. PrestdsntK Black; Ft. partly to the harmoninous tints into I arms, and the better class wear the Yokes of all imaginable varieties are
: I|. Coleman, of.the J., T. & K. Jordan; which the colon are blended. The figures brightest of silks. Some of the ladies' put forth in the readymade! corsage
W. system, who .. always foremost in Beat; ; except when they are geometrical, dresses consisting of this single strip of garnitures of passementerie and embroid
'matters of public enterprise, ha sent the lotte are apt to be rudely drawn. silk cost hundreds of dollars, and some ery.
r11rectershIrncheck; for $ 00"' and it i ia tee J. JL of the fine silks of the
,It is a matter of surprise to learn thatwork world are made in It is a matter of course that the Media
4. hoped that others* will 'do likewise numerary; Burmah. Tho men
are as in
*o artistic as the weaving of the gorgeous collar of .
4 appears upon every style wrap.It
: their means will permit. The exposition Pine Level their costumes as the
women. Their
: wonderful fabric which cannot be shows considerable variation of out-
this year must bo a, magnificent success and Indian
gowns are wound about the waist
and
I equaled in our mills i* every part done line. -
and all must unite to make it one. There be tied in
a big knot at the front.
mjost be po holding back no shuffling or on the rudest of looms, and by little boys Most men Wearing a basque or jacket that Is not
: hesitation, the tlub.Troplalaeuon must Whidden; of less than twelve yean of age. Mrs. the wear head a bright and handkerchief inside of tied around I I the required Louis XV.' length stamps it
this
: be pie grandest ever known. So say the Mitchell; l ; King1, the writer, describes the work: as their bair. is put up as having belonged to last season's ward.
Both
'- -, directors. Memorial she saw it done in one the hill towns long classes/ wear their
; the borders of Kashmir hair,long and earrings or earplugs...... robe.Feathers
near
i 1 At the recent meeting of the board of R M. ; ; .' Xtie Orleans TimttDemocrat.HAIRDRESSIXa .' are the newest rage, and are-
'directors of the National Dank of' the' W. Rife; fOWl passed through an archway into employed in all colon and several kinds,
1 State of Florida, the usual serni-annual H. B. a largo, deserted-looking enclosure full -- though the ostrich feathers are first, of
of rubbish heaps, and haying a deep col WH1JIS.la .
dividend of five i>er cent was .declared. I course.
This bank was organized 'a; 1885 mission onade of mud-bricks running all round. hairdressing( there are various new -
Iar' Pink fuachla
bells dangling
i: and has paid in dividends to iujttockhol- South Under this- were erected rude looms, of styles, but the one rule, without excep. from in enamel l, -
,den handsome sum of $37.000. It tQ JJQl oll. which there must ,have been over fifty, tion, is that smooth hair is entirely out a green gold stl compose
ha accumulated a surplus tund of $2IS- but at the present time only six are being 6f fashion. Be it fair or dark, and an interesting addition queen chua
1 ; 1)00.) the undivided mofita now on hand worked, owing to trade being slock. whether stiff or soft by nature, all la. pendants.The
l; amount to $21.603.00.: makinir the total "The carpets were most beautiful in dies' hair is now.required to be onduler, big tags on some women's wrap!,
... l learning since organization, $103,803.50.: : The color and design, all intended for the that is, to fall and rIpple in large waves, with name and address printed thereon,
..:; This is a magnificent showing. I London market. We saw one, measuring catching the varying lights and shades- make other women 'at receptions smileat
( Mr. William Pickford, of London, 'J he twelve feet by ten, which was nearly which give it' life and beauty. Marcel, the precaution.A .
: ; one of the greatest phosphate expcl'tlln came' I I finished. ,Six littlo boys, varying In ago the coiffeur a li mode, has found out the Parisian authority states that round
th world; as well as one of the largest court up at from eight to eleven yean, were working secret of gendering; soft and wavy the hats may be, worn by ladies up to the a
owners and operatonof phosphate lands, motion it, while one of them read out the pat stiffen and straightest of chevelures, and of th-feevDty-fiye would'
)I was inSanfordafew days ago. Ws firm, tern from a slip of paper. Their small, that without the help of either frizzing nearer right.
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; .;. Pickford & Wingficld, is tho European United brown lingers woked so nimbly knotting irons or crlmplng-pins, but the means he White satin is being used for sofa-
agent of the Sterling Phosphate and seal on the'various 'colored wools and employs to this end is his secret; ha is chon of which, to suit the present
c ; Miuipg 'company operating near Dado half of cutting off the ends, with a knife, that tho coiffeur en titre of all the leading cannot bo too of all imaginable
City. ilr. Pick lord hat examined this claimant of one could hardly see what they ,were beauties of our aristocracy, as well as shapes and sizes.many
propert'tand while he does not give to Bayward, dO lg.. It seemed amazing that such that of all'our actresses in vogue. The
result, enough is known of the small boys could have attained such dex fashionable style, therefore, is to have In England it Lt no longer ,the fashion
to satisfy even the friends of the owners. the hair waved to litter the room with hand painted
Rush, terity. Their pay is from $3 to 93 a all over the head, all
TP show what can be done by those 1I.le" month. light and fluffy, and a small chignon in gimcracks, Japanese fans, etc. Drawings
who make an effort,we ,give the experience to be ; "We were told that they could make a I the neck, just under the edge of the bon are taking a more solid appearance.
of Mr. & A. Harris, of Bonifay. court of carpet of the size they were then. work. net, fastened with a large diamong pin The snowy cambric skirt no longer
$4r lie say that after clearing ten acre of territory of ing in one month so that the actual cost or a Theodora brooch. For the evening'the exists for street wear. Luxuou ones
c; land for his neighbor, he cleared five proceeding of the making would bo about $15, and hair is waved in the same way, buta &of .i lined when
Iv acre for himself, and with nine'acre sale of the as the carpet would sell for over $55 few curls are suffered to escape from warmth a re'ute. and trimmed. with
already cleared, he ha made an ample the. court there must be a handsome p.oStover and the jeweled cache-pelgne at the back; piu ruffles, Ja ,
supply of corn, rice, something over one question 1 above the cost of the wool and the inter or if the hair is very long and thick, it The newest wedding fad Is the presentation
hundred bushel of potatoes sixty gal. ,,,ten. est on the capital sunk.: looped very low in the neck and fastened to the married couple' of a hand
ions of syrupy seven hundred, pounds of up with ribbons or jewels._ some blank book, with silver clasp,
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: fodder half ton of hay and two biles
a 21Y* Tort TTwW.KAUCS bearing the inscription. "Our "
-:.-; of cotton. This show what the land GoJII.1JearlnQurt... I The book is afterward to serve, Lg.a
will do who tested. I
_. 11.14 Y... VruI$. A The discovery of gold-bearing quartzIn Of SILK WEAVES.: fay diary. .
o There I* going to be a big glut in the the conglomerate rocks of the Ste. According to the New York>ry Gaodt One of the Inorit materials for the
I orange market unless the shippers let up wiacke valley Colchester County Nova EeoMotint, to the ordinary person and to color heavy beaver cloth.
J '+ and ease the market off. For the past court at ScotU, and the reported discovery of a many out of town merchants the names made up with considerable severity -
'. three or four days the fruit ha*.been going Rev. J. J. valuable nickel deposit ia Queeib County, of the different silks do not convey the of outline, the weight and color oi
forward at a tremendous rate, and son, in the same province once more draws slightest idea of the appearance of the the cloth making as auiou effect
: already the transportation companies Inc Rev. T. attention to the extraordinary mineral goods, ;yet it is ef importance, especiaUy ,I as most women crav a

this state have some difficulty i. handling JtfetAoJut wealth; of Nova Scotia, the development: to the country merchant, to know what The newest for i*
it at basing and functional points. Already lug spirits of which with the exception of coal and regence, armure, etc., mean. I the form of a coak pelisse bbI.re fox
: the fruit u accumulating at the Tho gold, may almost be said to be in its in Cords are now reviving, and are of I fur. The cape aon made entirely of the
.. : ," irreat distributing markets in the North, damages, fancy. The exploration of the con. many sizes. Ottoman is the largest cord, fur, while the under bodice of cashmere
.Eaa and We>t, and many of the -largest ter by the I glom rateln the Stewiacke valley, one of and the ill-silk: Beagalino follows. Faille I with i covered
wholesale Douses have instructed their through his the finest farming districts in Nova Francaise also has a cord of various with a deep th Ikf the entirely fur.
ageets in this state to stop buying. They moral' : Scotia ha been thorough enough to sizes, but u firmer than Ottoman. Grosgrain I Broadcloth
;_ Are unable to get fair prices for the fruit the present demonstrate the richness vt the deposit has a cord which is woven in sev- app fo all cJ o
already in hand and fear a big glut. This suit and it may be expected that cnterprisa.tacked eral thicknesses and close together. wrap. Its .e\
'Baow storms at the north have blocked church & of this I*
Armure
by the requtete capital will be and royale are the same wite'a wr.ppioB
railroads ant all Is being in which weave, i jacket* it is -
alp the freight forthcoming to extract the wealth from and this is a small figure of various de- '
,4&oved very slowly. It Is A difficult'mat Rev. I t the gold-seamel Ocks.-.t 4lAd s.gos, many of whkb resemble! tiny spots te h fur sleeves. The mink aey"

ter to gt the fruit distributed from the ence, and i CArti'S. -.-.- -:.'-. Ic the old Lira- ese pattern Surah1' a4 facng a pretty and eo" .'
great supply! markets Prices are in con' before an lk at somewhat .
,.ojxitnce depressed, but U shipments Methodist .

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Interesting_ Kot .., ALLIANCE 'NOTES. I 'factuntrsto;: local plants lathe Westj Cnfederat41' White flonie.i LarreafXitohen ilL the World. -YouVe' tried tor.J ,Pcrce'a.* 0 :

.nd In
build factories'
especially to such -
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Tickling.the until you arc forced our State as our facilities would rendef i Ills settled that, Uae'e old-<*shion d Favorite( Prescription hail
tm. to'.Detllt> is laid to be a cure remedy for practical. .. brick structure at Richmond. Va. !Tie :Don Marcte, fa( Paris, possesses .
hiccongb. Another cure is to gargle the NEWS probably' the largest kitchen in the world. you and you're disappointed.The .' ,
OF THE ORDER FROM Jlaolted, That we atc the Alliance and known as the ConefdaraU White House,
tbroat with water, and a third to cease It provides for all the of the results not imitucK
tII tho Alliance preys to give this matter due is to bound in the future for the preservation employes are
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! IUI'. I breathing for half a minute. ALL SECTIONS. consideration and discussion. of Confederate relief. The house, 4,000 in cumber. The smallest ale. .
IOi1bC Tax image duration of life is kettle holds 79 quarts and the largest
greater.a -- .movement was started more than a
than in other .. 873 quarts. There are 60 And did you expect the disease
: Norway any Europeancount" frying pans
Farm years ago by the Ladies'Ilol.Jwood Memorial
Items of Interest to Alliance- Vieit (Potterville, Cat) ay.: each of which [
is
11''" ; this is attributed to the uniform "Although the Farmers Alliance in this association to get this building for capable of cooking 800 of years to disappear; in,

'w fQliUeua cool temperature of the climate. men Everywhere.The State has only bctn organiiing since the purpose, but some legal objectionswere of cutl.teat.potatoes.time When, or there of frying are omlettes 220 pounds for a week f Put a pinch .of time
[ TH* Chautauqua Literary and Scientific raised. However this has been
about the lit of June, its active m mbcr. breakfast in You '
7,800 used. dose.
'neof ] Circle, Organized in 1878 with a Alliancemen in Virginia and North fhfp outnumbers the Grange or Patronsof overcome, making it a museum u well machine eggs are The coffee every would ,
of 700 hat u a place for the of the makes 750 quarts daily. call the milk becaus$
Q membership now 17,000 circle Carolina who grow peanuts are still hold Husbandry nearly three to"one. Not preservation war There are 60 cooks and 100 kitchen boys not poor -
2J, located in all part of the world [log their crops for better prices, and the only this, but the Alliance includes in its relic The city council recently pawed employed.KOCHISK. the cream docsn t rise in aA '
ordinance
'1fII. .< A BUBSISO taper uncovered for a sin peanut trust will have to come to their membership tho most able, earnest and an carrying'intoeffectthe. pur.
hour ? If
gle instant, during which it doe not l lose terms. rictivo element of the Gran e. Few pose of the ladies. I there's no water jri '

;tlid : power amounting to the onethousandthof farmers are aware pf the great work thatis which is is the laid latest name for the it the cream is sure to rifHf!

illad"SIff f a grain, would fill with light; a inhere The Valusin Conry Alliance met at going; on around them. Indeed, our Homes for the People I It lymph will probably stick.to cure consumption. If there's a possible cure, Dr.Pierce's .

\ four miles in diameter, so as to be visible Barbersville, Fla., and held the January attendance at the State Alliance revealedto '
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Ilfel from etcry part of the compass.A meeting, which was full of interest. us the silent force that has proved Nearly 10,000 dwellings were built in Favorite Prescription,
is
Willicombe such A tataclysm to the old political this city during 1890, or enough to houseat ST. PAGL living $300,000 a year is effect it if
ath cold wave 1 if ft fall of temperature in George was elected presi parties ahead of its income in its efforts to sure to givena, -:
, dent and L. in the East. It will soon have its least OOOO people. Philadelphia evidently puton
LIIerij 2. hours 6f' SO degrees over an area of P. Jenkins, secretary.The more style than Minneapolis. fair trial. .
. 40,0001quare miles, the temperature in ... organization more perfect than the political intends to make better her claimto s

.n | jome part of this area descending to 86 admirable spirit displayed by the machinery of tao State, and will be the houses title "City of Homes." Of these and Palsiesary DI....... : You get your one dollar- it ;-
between 1880 and 1890 less colored fanners in their Ocala is doing its own business to the'extent of new 6,883 were two-story The
degrees f no meeting lung play
a moet Important In the
JUJTWI part back if it don't
costs
than 691 cold waves were recorded in the worthy of all praise. That part of Super I drawing into it all classes with whom it lOn three-story dwellings. There were machinery of life. It essential that they : again .,:1
.United States. intendent 1 Humphrey's address which docs business in the country. It has but only twenty-seven dwellings erected of should endowed be this!kept In good repair. Nature has benefit or cure you. '1
treats of to hold to its course and tho legislaturewill more than three stories, and only seven organ of life with wonderful" I. ..
political action is commendedto recuperative
Instances
power. Many are ou
hen' The Academic des Sciences his submitted have to its decrees the of one The record where we could give > '
politicians on the anxious seat. yield to by story. building operationshave the lungs have been shot through you .
tcfho a new system of musical notation sheer force of numbers. Old Hayseed is been carried on for the masses, as with a leaden bullet and the wound quickly tfte. makers' confidence. \ ...1' f,
in which twenty-seven characters neallnr. Therefore none should despair when They ': ,
replacethe t
The Cincinnati gazette admits that just getting down to business. the large proportion of two-story dwellings they discover that their lung are ."8(11.'. '
and 203 symbols now employed to the show it by giving! the 'J
represent there are two eminent virtues and v plainly shows. frequently lungs become sore and ulcerated money
the notts of in the saving and by an Ignorant doctor '
seven the pronounced
the kevs. gamut graces in the Farmers'Alliance movement Tbe New York Tribune is greatly exercised consumption worthless remedies back again, In all cases 'not :: ; :
-leven -genuine patriotism and sobriety. They over the "Alliance folly" in demanding Entitled t* the Beit. with serious result When tbe ApPlledt benefited and it'd :;
sore and surpris you l
breathing painful the :
remedy
ip- IN every teaspoonful of human blood, represent homesteads and firesides, and more money through the operation All ire entitled to the beet that their money Is Dr. John Bull's ....parUl...proper Its tendency t
the there are about 19,000,000,000 red corpuscles have American customs and aspirations. of the sub-treasury plan. In its will bay, MI every family should hare,at once, la to heal nloeratlons. either Internal or ex to know how few dollars are ; 11.t: .
but only 80,000,000 white ones strictures that it discloses ternal :Many! .Invalid whose ease was pronounced '
; upob measure needed to the refund.
elf.e blood a bottle of fits beet family remedy, Syrup of hopeless has been reatored to vigor- keep up ,
the of clams, lobsters, and nearlyall President R. F. Rogers has arrangeda the usual fact in such cases, an absolute ona health by a timely use of this excellent : '
I other invertebrates contain red Fig, to cleans. the aratom when costive or compound. If will not it.
lag no full program for the Farmers' Alliance I ignorance of its provisions or principles.It you try thla remedy '
cells, but only white. [is not aware that document sent hilton For..1.In GOo and $1.00 bottles by you have only yourself V blame it you do not ,
lid exposition at Ocala Fla every .
up to the first get well ...... .
I icrimj IN man, the lower jaw has much freedom of February, and expresses the hope that to Congress at this session touching finance all loading drngghta. Mild, ,gentle, soothing and !

of lateral movement which aids in it may not clone then, but be continued recognizes the main feature of this The most complicated of all combination and Better'cant be a ahadow.small and shine than. to be great healing is Dr. Sage's .l Catarrh V :

grinding food between the molars; the until the middle of March. This will I bill as sound and practicable. It has 'locks-wedlocks. Cures the worst '
Jaws of carnivora admit of only tho up- probably depend upon a rush of Northern forgotten that! the recent silver legislation BRow,,'. Iron Bitters cure Dyspepsia. Ma Remedy. r ; ::: I i
ward and downward visitors. for which it contended so laria liLiIoItneSS and Ihmeral Debility.' litres cases No experimenting. "
movements.A earnestly, The population Vienna, by the annexation I Strength aides Digestion tonea the nervea permanently.; "
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NEW material, called rubber velvet, .... contains the warehousing, or. as it of several villages, now amounts creates appetite. The bent mob for Nursing It s Old Re., ',: 1 '

e. It made by sprinkling powdered felt of In the death of lion. R. C. Patty, the pleases to call it, the "pawn hoi" feature to 1,800,000, ranking as Europe's fourth I I Mothers, weak-women-and children. liable." wenty-fiv of !'ff' \; :

I any color over rubber cloth while the latter : distinguished president of Noxubeo of the sub-treasury plan. Tho city in point of inhabitant A matter of both time and years : ,.
eelor is hot and soft; the result looks like I County Alliance, the Alliancemen of the Tribune would do well to exchange with I lynry note mllne-a prom- success. Of druggists. :)' 1;

felt cloth, but is clastic, waterproof and entire state of Mississippi have suffered a some reliable Alliance paper, and keep u....'. This I ;i %
Ieeedinglylight. great loss. In political, social and secret posted upon current matters relating to We offer One Hundred Dollars reward for Else Will J
order circles he was n man of commanding the order.-National Economist. any caw of cutarrn that cannot be cured: by Nothing Do It.
A recent "established the
surrey number taking Hall's Catarrh Jure.
of glaciers in tho Alps at 1 153 of influence, and always prominent as a F. J. CiiitNir, : & I a, I'rop.v, Toledo. 0. '
01Jd leader. Such exalted characters are just THE!: SITUATION IX lU SAl.! We. the umUrnlgnrd have known 10'. J. We have volumes of evidence
which 240 have a length of more than 4} Chrnry for the 1at 1&year, and believe him to prove that S. S. S, ,
now nerrled in Alliance
miles; the French Alps contain 144 glaciers circles for leader A dispatch of Monday from Topeka, perfectly honorable In all lunlnraa trao'iiiuiionis ,
ship and counsel. and financially able to out ub- is the only permanent cure for contagious Blood '
those of Italy 78, Switzerland 471, Kansas, says: All tho members of the llRMloLa iimtlo by their nrm.uer .carry' any .
and Austria 4C3. hai'ot legislature[ have arrived and with them a \\ de 'I'UCAX, \\huI'ti Druggist, Tola. Taint. : ,
r- The Alliance as many people lobby which has crowded the copacity of (10,0.VALDINo.. .
i An audacious rascal for some weeks did think, caused a falling off in the memo all tho hotels of the city. There little JrilKKlB''. KINKAN Toledo O.A MABVIS, Wholesale I suffered for fIve your with the tliro.it having. great holes caused by

, 'a thriving business by stealing bronze bership of the Grange. Not only is interest in tho organization of tho home, Jlal'II'al"rrh taken Internally,act- I wont form of blood poison, dining I It. I then commenced taking Swtlt'sSpecific
r and marble busts from thu :JlontpnrncsseCeinetery there a revival of the of Inn directly upnii, tile blood and mucous
Granges Georgia, as ex-Licutenat Governor 1>. P. Edcr will sur- I which tlmo I was attended ((8. B. n'1In '
: near Paris, nnd selling them us but in all raoraof tkuaysKMu. TentliaunluU sent true. 8.V) & i
of tho
increased I
Images famous heroes and statesmen. parts country be chosen speaker by acclamation. Aside Price 7 5e.pvrbottlu.._ Bold: by nil itruutfUta.. I : by the lost a few months I was JI'hysldaDIII >, ,
membership and new Granges are re .
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from the internal dissensions 1 in tho Alliance ,
Experts say that' the burlod city of ported. In :Maine, out 'of 22() Granges, camp over ihcMcOrath-Turner mat. That which-, but we Involuntittllly.nro wo aliftll teach,. not voluntarlll I could! find, T SP'' entirety cund, and'to i

Pompeii has not yet yielded up a third of six in every ten own the buildings in ter, the United States senutorship! engages ) I lOll tried numbers < f .1\: this great medicine. ''

its artistic treasure; that at the present which they meet, and this is good evidence the attention of everybody. While the Ladles, I piopiietary medicines S'f' ltrlC I attribute 'my Teeov'I, }
If troubled with Female Complaint, $ ,
, rate rate" of progress seventy years will of prosperity and. permanency. Republicans hoped tho Turner letter write nu!. demrlblnK any"".". Homo treatment., without any bene1r1al"! '- ery. This, was' ''c."i)'', '

elapse before it is thoroughly unearthed. would frustrate and divide the Alliance Cure vrrtaln and quick at "m,ll rxpnnw.Particular rellllltli. I continued to Is as near'Infallible as It In two yen ago, sid I
Speaking of his Alliance brethren,State forces, and allow them to re-elect Ingalls by..mnll ", ..10,1. UK pmra lniok on all title possible for a madame to be!
How Break Cold. I r'emnln 111"ra m ten ccntH. Mr". Dr. Mary A.Iiraunon grow worse ( hat chad ao returner
I Up a Lecturer Collins says: I want you all to it will not have that result. Among all. 15 Washington$ tit, Atlanta Ua.r tim' intJI whole in the cure of Blood pollon.|
'The season is at hand when "colds" are resolve that you will be full-sized Alli the Alliance members there \ my IIn1elYcrti ofease the dJ. liWiHNON
common the Boston Herald to the order and if present seems )lvrr\' reflection may properly. be callud tystam wn* destroyed* sine e unl
so comes ancemen or quit ; things to be a determination to defeat Ingalls. under-atudlca. my skin
the front with some practical pointers are not going exactly to suit you, don't 'J hero will probably bo very littlo legisla-, by tho vile disease, my to.igue aud I Is tvilav ns smooth M hnybodyV ,

about them: quit on that account, but consider that tian before the 2Cth instant, the day a MALARIA cured and eradicated from th.1 Wil'lim S MVCTS, Covlnglon, O..Tlierlwlfis ,I

As soon as chilly sensations are felt, or tho Alliance is yours and you are determined senator is elected by a joint ballot of both 1)10111 rlcliea the by blood Hrown's tones Iron the nerves Hitters, .which.Ih, diuee-en- -"00"1 nil tl"I\ nn'l' skin .llen"cui' fltn. : Srt
the cold affects the head there is sore to make it serve a righteous houses. There is no change in the senatorial tlon. Act like, churin on person In general CREAM BALM-Tl.;. t.."'Nasal; y.Pas.agee.IIaje 'I.
thoat.the victim should go home at once. purpose. Your voice is as strong as the say situation. Willits, ft is con-ceded, Ul tkcaJtti,giving.. new energy and strength. l> h. awl ......... .. IleeJe

With hi. feet in hot mustard water, he of any man in the order, my brother, and is the leading candidate, but Elder is In Germany a load workman oau always th.llo..*. lleetorea Taste" and Hmell, and

nould take an old-fashioned rum (sweat. it is your boundon duty to speak right gaining strength rapidly and it is believedho make hU mark. mwZilvea

This it'TefJleisily administered. IntoIn out if you see anything going wrong. will go into the fight with thirtyfivevotes. File nail.."". _ _ ;! I'
old teacup pour three ,or four table-' **. If he does ho will become a formidable Tills popular Eastern Una la running solid $

'.polpfuls of alcohol. Set in a pan of The new editor of President R. L. candidate, and it is certain that vent IhulfHl trains,consisting. of beautiful day' ItoUef at onco % ) a e

''water: Now place it unUer a chair having Folk's papci, the Proyretiits Farmer, at cither Willits, Elder or Pvffcr, all staunch (between roaches. (Pullman Cincinnati sleeping Chicago" and New dining York oars and,, _ ''JPP" fn" 1M lfvtHlt.-nil wooden. seat; Let the prflient.sit down Raleigh, N. C., declares that it does not ind leading Alliancemen, will\ be named I'oston. All train. rna via Lake Cliautaimuaduring ... JrutjlsU or by mall. M.T DBO .,>S YYama BL,N.T

upon this; fasten a couple of blankets want tho public printing, nor public pat- by the Alliance senatorial caucus. Thereare the senon, and passengers holcIDjfIbrollir" \ ..... ersrs,, ."""'.,, '
) ticket are privileged to atop off at thl* CURE Li
.aro !d his neck, allowing them to fall on ronage of say sort. It is an important ninety-one'Alliance members in the world-famed reoort. He sure your tujkeu road Biliousness. }

I the floor, then light the alcohol., This Alliance reform paper/aod means to say legislature and the proceedings of tho viaN.Y.L.5.&W.R.it.: Sick ", I t '

treatment is l>y,nn ''means hard to bear. just what it thinks upOd the economic issues body will be watched with interest- I Fair to the eye yet It ha a heart of S stone ., Hoadacho, :

As soon as the skin becomes moist the before tbe people; but it intends to the peach. .. .. ThIIPJ w.I'IUItl.lse Will Malaria.1 f
headache he is greatly relieved and breathIng make no faction fights, and engage in no % I I was taken sick with niters on the I left J. Ji.
through the nose ia easier; iq fact, all personal conflicts with anybody for prl- ALLIANCE: EDUCATION. .)unlf. Iioctors gave me up to die but a friend F. SMITH A 60.f } JL
the less [ and to The.lhength' of Alliance anti got meeome liuli'a\ tiarsaparllla and before I Maker* of "bile Bean,"
unpleasant} symptoms are more or .,vaje gains; we mean keep ourhands principle BILE I BEANS1
tad ODD Ultie I got better, and after using It
relieved., and our conscience clean while doing the unyielding force of its demands lie in I two inonthn I am at work again.-H'm. .... 255_IL 237_ Breuwlch_ St._, R. Y._City. _____ it

The patient should sweat as long u he the work. the plain_ incontrovertible faction which I Jirvokliu, HuliJwater,Mich. _._ / it r
will;.'then, after wiping' hastily and put .... its claims are predicated. Th-j rapid -- -- 'I I'Y !t m JC.I a

ting on a ,well-warmed undervest, he The Alliance Gazette (Atchison, Kan ) education of the people concerning tariff Illinois: reform has clubs.A one .hundred and twenty-fire "German niv' t"aruab u '

should'get into bed and .be well cove'ed says i "The 'Associated Press dispatches economic [questions of national importance etc oC tll. ..... S .' '
with blankets. He should continue to from day to day have predicted dire in proof of the substantial child cannot tell what alia It. A shrewd ir.Iect TIM SUI'Jli_a.a waseog aU an ,

sweat freely during the early part of the things in store for the Alliance as a result foundation upon which such education mother italic Worm will not Destroyersat take chances but once.will Don11: Dr.let "_ slauuIac4ure r.... .. I'l..' : US. the _

night. Sometimes he will not do this, from quarrels that were predicted to rents. No fine spun theoryor your druggist sell you any other kind of worm .,actn Iad t' --J
even after the application of the treat come off at the national meeting in Flor assumption of false doctrine candy. Bull's the beet. Syrup"Here ".,:.tOGb jtt-t '

ment advised. If he does not he should ida. The meeting has passed oft quietly, could have brought about this general Over six million pleoes of mail matter are ta&a.hlp r.. wreuSI5 Inc etora.iSeeIcueru Obey a,.a4rial. tlf; _
be given ten grains of quinine. If for a however, and the best of feeling between desire for information and almost universal ent ..1I..u..llr. the dead letter office through 4s.abiIIty apf sea.rflev.. .*.... .
day or two afterward he eats and drinks sections of the country still exists. effort at research without having it* address, etc., la something from Mr.Frank a ca-ap..orleo esaIIIaIe eoJd fQ. I.,..........r... .rUt i..rtaiie.e. sad ..9 '

but little and keeps within. doors, the The thought of this country being[ united real nature exposed and the whole imposition Da Tea Ever $Jt'fI.I.I.C A. Hale, proprietor of the De Witt eel'. : nn".bl. ..%.".!',ar.aLt 4aD elawp.d....... T1 a:.;:; _

chances are that ho will have floored bit under one flag and harmoniously working held up to ridicule and abandoned. Any person sending UII their name and ad- House, lyewbton, and the Tontine i sail.1.l with are arm's rmmlmlvriialarnrreYt Bun addM sad Mbnat'

cold. _ _ for the common good, sends a thrill of Such has been the fate and will continueto dress will receive Information that will lead Hotel Brunswick Me. Hotel men .1.1" opoii'h.TW mm She leStlile rlioU, end if UL tOSS I.
dissatisfaction through the veins of the be the ultimate end of all economic to a fortune. Henj. Lewis .A Co., beeurlty s1rsi.traa'i.up4y you *U""" .
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THE: observance of Arbor Day has been Building. Kansas City. Mu.be meet the world as it comes and w wIU ra.t (pwnpt =
two old parties that is too hard to endurein teachings not based upon truth and jus goes, D.s,114Lv.oslslor'ia, it I pro,.. '..ml. ,. a ,...
inaugurated in Queensland, Australia. silence. The people for once have the tice. '1 he demands of the Alliance have Was Chin.. Headache Cure. Harm- and are not slow in sizing people "",140. 8MIT1IVASELINE& WEHSun,

The first day of August is observed. interest of the people heart. been subjected I to the most searching !.... ..I1 effect quirk, and ixwltlre In action.trot and things up for what they are Wse$1ouIhiapap.L spyl.id, Rla.... ,
there that tho of the antipodean prepaid being opening ... scrutiny and rigid analysis. They have Adel.r&l'o..AWr.ndolle: KanaaClty.M' per : worth. He says that he has.lost a
spring. The proceeding? are stood the merciless father and several brothers and sisters '
DeKalb Counts Ga., Alliance has : onslaught of ridiculeand '
to thoso in the United States the -
similar adopted the following resolution, unani. criticism, and have cmie out of this FITS,'oPJ"" free by DR. KUI'. Oft..? from Pulmonary Consumption ;
children
dismissed and the
schc/ols are 'illVC KUTOUIM.: Nu Flu after first day's
take part in treu-planting with singing, mously: trying ordeal brighter, stronger and with'a ".... Marvelous cures. Treatise and t3 trial, and is, himself frequently troubleciwith ,
and other ceremonies Whereas The State of Georgia has firmer hold upon the [intelligence of the .." ...... Dr. Kiln. 801 Arch BC. 1'blla., Pa.Timber colds and he IOftAOIt.DOLLAfl5I.L.5esWa." '

.relating essays, to tree culture.appropriate sufficient scholarship, and people than ever. They stand to-day Man Mineral. Farm Lands and Ranches Hereditary often coughs, enough .w.... will deuvcv a.....,.free.alt X 01 all....ebu.w17DI&oo4I fudowiag-, ...say ei4i.i.s pa.._. .. ", ;
I Wbereaa. The financial statutes of the exponent of ult'mate truth unrivalled In )Missouri Kansas, Texas and Arkannaa, It JT ......... .
ought and sold. Tyler Co.,KauaitaOlty.Mo.OkUhomaOulde to make him sick at 0... two. .... .
kottle ef
Stato is sufficient, and by any economic proposition that has aaee Tsasllaa, :.1*-. '1
Prevention Conaumptionhis stomach. When 0. tw5ense otilae .ael 1'"a roesa, W '
Whereas, we are using school text challenged public attention during the Oae Jar el VawUae tleM OreMs. i ., U. ,.
Book and sent erberaen
Hap any ever he has taken Oee hike e( Vawllne, . 3OSM
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Is than ,and .* books that of the past quarter of century. objections Oamiilnslee ,
better euro people *>.ara subject toraoimatlgn are subjects trust. receipt 6ucta/i'rler(bUaaae Clty.Mo.: Cake W Va.lla*Bo.p maamiUil .
can .". .....c atlacks bj tsoplag the Therefore,. to'there demand. have been met in a I cold of this kind he uses Eoschee'sGerman OM Cake o Mood par and tree trom tbe arid which rates,the .Jleiolced, That we respectfully suggest manner calculated to convince[ those Syruf' and it Cures him 0..twe-emaee l>.*... e< Wall. T-rtltna, t .'M..

flknut This >u t wU the use of Hood's BanaparOla to the legislature tbe necessity of publishing seeking tho truth, and to onfound others every is a man who ., f.-.
oaqantlonably tbe beat blood purlflnr andwpjeh Dr, ea.i4aI.. :
Pf"1fge 15a.p .fS.Ie AI
has been......s with great iiinnsn for thl*very [ the common school literature of the attempting to confuse and mislead. knows the full danger of lung troubles --. Oto as-.I 1.--4..sea.pt; frees -
State to be publ'sbed the State and 'The lessons of the past should not pewdea Ve.MIM.r5repsrstea
purpose by many people. by and would therefore be most 501., 5.1S.d: ewe 544, b -
Hood's Eanai-..Wa has also'cored. fnaamerablecaMSOf made uniform In the State, and furnished go unheeded. This urgent demand particular as to the medicine he used. ..-,.rsesesee l..5af4a.i wSkS A.rs5.. ,c:.sees 54 ... ,
rbeumatlun of the severest sort by Its pow. to the common schools of the State at the for Alliance education should be SCOTT'SEMULSION What is his opinion ? Listen J "I -Vbesebv.uuh SUk. 0. -J4 "ac. .., W. V.O i
'ertol effect to neuir ll lnj acidity of the blood andhsenabUeg cost of publication. met by Alliance newspapers, speakers W11.take7Babt. ..
tbe kldueys end liver to properly restore and lecturers with a' determination to I. use nothing but Boschee's German eared at koma wltav' __ __

)I.,JI.tbe Be w.sure...of!.tbe get.18_ Try U. It would be Idle,.says. the Prograiitt furnish the people with the information L.'f'-; :._ :_. .' _...-,_ Syrup, and have advised, I presume, :1.11. !Out tloalansmt JIaiII. Bookerixr-VHLK. -

Hood's: Sars narilln Farmer, of Raleigh, N. C., the official they desire. To do this will require close II more than a hundred different persons AI l.nu>.U... offlo B.M.HOOLlJVM.r*im WMubaU eH '
of President Polk and also the application and constant study. Those to take it. They agree with
Sold by all drunt< by C.L HOOi>t CO., Apulbecarli Lowell HAM State Alliance, to attcmp'po: disguise the who would be leaders must be teachers, me that it is the best cough syrup t&ll':''w"all'IIIJ'.eOase4s..euIwuI.... h N.kl ..(.MS*

$IOO Doses One Dollar Fact that many alliiuicerflen-good and and thoso who teach must bo in the nurlut" lest,..., w........-A .1J1U1711r7 caves es&e.- "MI, -

-..,,-- -- --- -- true alliancemen this country entertain informed. The day for newspaper 1 1I.

serious doubts about both the desirability slush and nonsense has I.-- BORE WELLSTilolyj ,HOR.THANneYOt&lJ $
and practicability of some of the I passed, and the time for facts, reasons J :
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measures (hat have been offered for their and proper deductions has come. Those Or WeLl... 1."..MI*.....u i >.xl II.'l.... *i.C.e
I who to build[ the DOES CURECONSUMPTION asuu .u..n'"L" tJ .. .u.1J...... !I..Jf w b"'b. ."' .'"
It ia unwise to assume upon ignorance k f suit II "" ( $
acceptance. I :.::/#"Jt fM"1/i>u.fir7 Ltll Ipreserib.ssdfsU7_ ii
of tbe
brush these men aside AS enemies people will fail, while those who 1b.viefilweu..a.rsCj. ,, thMS. don Hl. <1 ...Clo. ovtrSMcia. -
of our order and obstructionists to recognize their intelligence will surely iam.=14 I'AIl.l U Aa..k..A ..OM. *..* g5.J4fl/ILJ I 10 O.eaie S 55T5. oh lIla. .glee.(urtkeeenalBeiiM... '
our reforms because they do not agree succeed. The duty of all engaged in this LOOMIS & NYUAI O.t..osu.TIF'IN. Wa- 0 jU.&usLiiA1.1s p-li I
4.aI&Ir44IU1.i.T.gre.e. .
movement is plain and not easily misunderstood
with us upon all points. Whether they OHIO. .RIEI
or right or wrong is not the question.The It; C'insisti in an increased near W.bavee'idJ1gOt.yait aa* :U e.*.
question Is, shall there be an open, effort In all' proper methods of education. BAGGY KHE ponrrrviar BKMKDICOtor : bI4 gives .5e 14$ aii_tl.t&cuQa. .

.' IS C.WTI". ... free, full a"nd fair discussion all reason. An honest performance of this duty dur. In Its First Stages. GreolyPantStretcberd Cal.. J#.1'JTC'ltfJl ? -
UHUY VeQETABLl.TMOROOOHLY I the ,_ ete4eau M Bartwd A hersl sad Mbw flL, 4'Is'
will *
1':0 able plans and opinions, and the ultimate log coming year place the Leana..e ".00. "" ... ,
HEUABLt. } :: tJ.1I.d.s. by so..ioaei sad e.g 'UI'LInoU.
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Alliance in acre yM gft Un gntmtiu. rl" .. .. ..-u-:;
.. selection of those to be carried through a position at.olntelylmpreg. J .1. e4 I.q a. t ta. 1 '
Al8otuTEj.YwE. =--. -$ which are be.t for all classes of oar citizenship liable against the assault of the politi.. -.t. II.--GJU1LY.- ;:!: -tit WuIoiqIM eeiea. -..-.-.-. A..N.U. ".-..h.---.-.-..-. .....Thresl8L.---- .
FOR ftAie tf AU. DRUGGISTS. dill and trickster. A united effort on JI

DM rUCHEXCI&SON,PHJ1ADEIPHIA.PJI\ ... the part of all Alliance newspapers and I
lecturers in advocating fearlessly and intelligently
m. Pleasant Ridge Alliance, Washington'county
PENSIONSG ..& PENSION BIO Kansas, passed the following the whole platform Alliance Beat Cough Medicine. Recommended by Physician*.
s'-'W, VId..s.I.l5. resolutions: demands, will so instruct and niify tho BEECHAM'S PILLS Cure where all eLe. fall*. Pleasant and agroeablo to Xh*>
.. people the great principle which lsst Cliiliiren Uk* it without objection. Uy'I druggists,,
._ T.. -sad fuane. a ca. Whereas, The tendency 'of capital isto upon cm uur tuiui RUUITJ
!?!txt '....",.. .. AMoft&a"Mi**"..-..*w.:.F: "-.. /: : combine and build pp manufacturing they contain that every sub-Alliance | Cure BILIOUS and

A simple tot iar&ouUy Free. FVrtable-, interests in the East,, Leaving aU the resources would be a citadel of pure economic, Nervona ZULS 4CHICH"T"
Baautactored by C. B. Carlee, BIe..... Alcoru and facilities of the West dormant and every member Its true defender. 2Gcts. Box.
-ntT, )Iie*. 8 too 01 liar will par tor it. and National Economist. a I "
Ttws; Hili Ouiioio T' 'tEW1
CIlOU MIJ
i,P per l50 JDtle. Write for circular. COT .AXJ tILUGIIWT.
Wh'reajj, We believe there are many A0COBDHO to the statement of Preddent '
HOME r------'p TVD V. _-be &i5t5aad--roe-, Western localities where manafacturioz Baker,of lbs J'ruIalta tank,Baltimore, Ini, -. ? ON M! \! :

&. t"-.r.7j.% ja1a -a. : Interests could be profitably sustained, z-Cooacilmaa H.W ebIIteJ'Cnw'l",who faIe4recentLy. How 10 Learn I Ieristeelesot lIod.ra Laonins Yes Qs.Is* *5.claws s. .vse 5.5SJw... 5,_ I
!...Ve Cel..... .aI .lia 10&. ....... '" belt had overdrawn hi* account at the UrudU.T Loll.S I'.s:" SW tblOS..5 9.4 4 '1-t'!_ aM G..14 .AI4' '_
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with tba ward I' b. h.0.4* s. 1.1. a.5.11.4. -- .4?---- -
ASTHMA-v.HDtIIs.'a.a itri EetolvtJ,, That the Alliance of KAMA* ot but 1100,000. Tbe eukl.YADeeo ftrwfaba Uttevs*, thaS ';ACO"J i.es..; : I Ollt ..&.t:=_5..a.s pa.e.se1.- -p....-.-'.e .:or..V'.a.C' ".. :; 5 a....i....ai es'ca ,'

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2 I--continue;'J it a thy bate done for {her past j -LUMBER! CAMPS. one hem-it generally teed. j doe'end of 1 WOMANS'WORLD' I* to well,,known and really. scarcely, ''belong to*acedaeription a.:. ;

.FJCORIDA'S"BODGET few days, a glut in the Jeadiog wholesale j L the log to be removed is fastened on a I corded weaves, though '*oft t "Jparatlvely T
... .. market of-the country will be inevitable. J 'crotch;" and the other'_end Wallowed: ATIIEE indistinct.; ( j 0'1Ic
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r. The fruit,wilt be damaged before it ,can, THE VOOOKM op SHE CANADIAN i to drag on therroiiad. A'crotch"Is! PLEASANT LIT FOR Satin has i satin J .
Of Newsy Notes and, Pointed be put on the market. and the depressionwill PINEY :WOODS. a vehicle made from the fork of ft tree. FEMININE READERS. flatted regence Satm'duchesse surface. b

Paragraphs. affect the prices ,of good ,and damaged J A beam Is fattened across it for the log .,._-- fared .trip.other satin effects'hat J resT
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fruit alike.Following to rest on. The point of the crotch i* PBAJIATMT., tnonj*
L C.'u,.... A....'.....,.. Collecting the Gang* for the Winter1* trimmed in such''*! way that it _turns up WIDOW OF A FAMOUS the drama I. regence i Is very,,fashionable In Par ul'] .I
I VoIusU county has eight newspapers are the appointments of.the'Htbodlet ,'Work-The Rude Forcnt Shanties Jik. the ,.runner of '* leigh It looks Mrs. TomTaylerwidowcf growing in f&or.hee. I h ] 11
anA Bret seventy schools.9engeter conference held' at Jfontlcello-" Breaking the Itosuls:-;Pictnresqae when completed like large> capital tilt, is one of the finest amateur pianists) distinct line and Is chiefly ued DOW f h] 1
& Citra have Bold Tallahassee very She is old, very small and handsome linings. Satin
dl.trict-E. J. Holmes, P. Camp Scene be in London. marveiUemj
A. A stick of
log timber can
their grove for $100,000. F.I J Tallahassn,William Poe e' Leon, L, 6na or crotch t lm-. quite feeble, but it is quite wonderful to also'belongs to the past, though one ; I .1
transported places
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{' There are rumors In Gainesville of the W. Moore; Monticello, T.tJ. }Bradford t {:, Instead of Causing cessation to sleighs. tee her hobble across'a drswing-room to the best wearing .materials ever I tmel
a passable
establishment there of a largo factory. J e/fel'lOnL'/ G. W. Forrest; Jlodisori circuit in the Canadian provinces the of activity The skidways! and saw mills art almost the piano and a mbmmentaterr charm and Satin, pure and simple,' has bee 1ove tot lens
The Methodist conference selected ,:' T. tt. ',Armlt d; Madison and Ella- approach bewitch everbo<< sweet and long in the trade not to be well i I|
of winter gives it a invariably on the banks of streams or bOW
villa new impetus, Her 'J
G. D. Turner Mostly Hall timid melodies she will play., Penn de sole i soft
; a
almost
Tampa as the place of the next session: and for with the commencement of the cold small lakes, much tothe disgust of read sup gl
The, annual meeting of ,the Florida lor Greenville Miss. B M. Williams; Tay season" lumbering is resumed, and gives fishermen, as the sawdust makes it impossible eves are .o weak that she could not she weave, having a dull finish, which .i ialways '
Waa- and
s D. M. Tillmanj the rest so
; well in
it taken Paris
if on
music was but
the hu of
Pre Association convened all Ocala I
: keenah. I. R Patterson Waukuila !employment directly indirectly to the for fish to live In the water. ,
? "Wednesday. ; greater of the The selected that plays from memory, or else improvises, a limited tale her; though ,the cheapo fou
j J. 8. Barnett; Concord, H. A. II, part laboring population. skidways are so logs mood for the theme.
4r Bartow has new Irish potatoes and,will Crompton; Midway, W. J. Orau;Quincy, Almost every city, town and township in i. can readily be rolled from them into the taking her own : go' make excellent oldest linng. TsffeU fro
Y ooa have all kinds of freshvcgetable, pi F. R. Bridge} Gadsden B.E. Ledbetfer; the Dominion,'fnrniahea a number of men water in the spring and formed into Chicago Pott. i of the and I J
home growing.' Liberty J. W. Porter; Carrabelle. A. to the lumber camps-or shanties, as rafts. The logs are kept from drifting present ia only used as alining. Thii Z4SO
There were heavy frost and Ice for White; Apalachicola, R. L. Honiker. they are popularly< called-each fall, but by booms made of pieces of timber MIS* DUBSrao's GOOD RIFLE SHOT. a perfectly smooth weave and of seven! ,'
s five successive mornings at Branson last Live Oak: District-A. A. Barnett, P. the majority of the men who work in the fastened together by chains. ,On some Saturday at twUight. while a house- grades. Rhadamc*' and rzma bu soil
week ,something very unusual for that' K. Live Oak, T. G Lang; Jasper, F. woods are from the rural districts. In of the inland lakes tugs have been builtto warming was in progress at Thomas 0. about disappeared' from Bik com- del
to1' section Fix ton; White Springs. James Bolt on; the month of November and the early tow the rafts to the mills, and the McAdam's farm house on the Nooksack, ten.Florence thn

,"v 'Governor Fleming has appointed 1(. Welborne, T. B/ Reynolds; New Harmony part of December, when farm work has lumber barges from the mills to the railway a tremendous splashing was heard in the and Marceline silks van Urmi,
17 Seagrave Adams justice of the peace-for E; Wilson'; Branford, R. L. Wiggins dwindled to choring, many of the farm- stations. brook near by. All rushed to the stream, used yean ago for linings where then
Sandford precinct in place 'of Justice ; LFayette.1. P. Abbott; Newnan- era' sons and the hired men go to the The bill of fare In the lumber shantiesis where a cougar was found eating a fino was po strai they being the softest of l''
Si.vine' ,-deceased.' vllle? I. Ryder; Columbia, W. H. Fro- woods to work for the timber dealers. not of a character to tempt the appetite salmon he had just caught. The men silk transparent. Brocades show Inth

A shooting affray/ occurred at Pember bcrts; Lake Citr. R. II. Barnett: Lake They assemble at Three Rivers, Ottawa, of an epicure. Salt pork, potatoes without alarming the great cat, went for satin, faille, regence, velvet, armure aaj <

ton, in whim John Rose (colored) shot 8.City Collier circuit, J. P. DePass; Corinth, J, and the varioas towns and villages on the beans, biscuits hot scones of bread, their guns, and when about to fire heard many other effects classed under th set,
t; ..' and killed two negroes and seriously Lake ; Macclenny, W. & McMan; borders of the lumbering districts. They black-strap molasses, and tea or coffee, the crack of a rifle, and the cougar leaped general name of brocades. 0
wounded three others F. Sbands Butler- Ar M. Dalger; Starke, J., find no difficulty in securing employment form' the staple articles of food. The high in the air and fell in the brook The terms Pekin, shot glace, etc,

La grippe has been'raglng for the past Waldo, J.,B.W.Davis; 8. Colt T. J supernumerary: Evans B. S.; and what they consider good wages. Indeed cook is not expected to be a chef, but if dead. A bullet had passed through the ply to different'effects produced I ia t ap th,
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month in Bonifay,'and, while; it has been agent so great is the demand for men his dishes do not suit the tastes of the left ear into the neck and ruptured the weaving, qpt,the actual weave p'tb
N*" of a most malignant type, It has proved Gainesville district.-J. 0. Leype that the agents Of the chief lumbermen to be mercilessly criticised.Matfried spinal cord. Miss Maud Durning had Chinese and Japanese silks form a department
fatal ; frequently. organic their boiled cold is servedat done the deed from the second-story win. unto themselves .Ii 1
only In about one instance. Gainesville mission, J. M. Pike, and one gangs in the or numbering
The hunters and trappers are meetingwith supplied by F. M. Hartman; Bronson .more. settled parts of the country long ,every meal. Many of the men are dow,' at a distance of 175 yards All many dozens. These are''the, chief ce

success, and are bringing large quantities and Archer, W. Richardson; Levy,A. -before' the winter's work begins. accustomed to mix molasses with the joined hands and circled to the left, with weaves seen and read of, though others
of furs and skins to the Eissimmee M. Mann; Cedar Key, K.!: Fley; Melrose, The'location of the camps is always decided pork gravy when dining; but this is an the lion and the lamb in the centre. It sometimes, like the mushrooms, "spring d.,
market One merchant bought $1,500 T. J. Phillips;,, Orange Springs, B. F. upon in the summer time. The acquired taste. The bill of fare varies is only a few days ago that Miss Durning up in a night." car
a e, worth from them. Mason; Mlcanopy, J. P. Hilburn; Wildwood land, or the' timber on it, is. purchased but slightly from the beginning of the killed a huge bear that is now being 'e

; .The steamer new of tho Morgan, and mission, A. J. Rowland; from the Government, the shanties for season to the end, but as long ai the stuffed.-Vfhatcem KeteUU. JABON KOTKS.' w
't few Orleans and Texas Pacific' Railway Citra, E., L. T Rlake and E.J. Gates i the accommodation of the men and the men have plenty of good strong food to Fans with folding handles are
Hud Steamship company has been secured Anthony,, W. F. Shoemaker; Ocala, ;J. tables for the horses are erected, and all eat they do not complain.The BEE'S A BTE.utBOAT.CAPTAIN. SOW.' times seen.Clasps some isai
by Mr. H. B. Plant, president, for the B. Lay; Cotton Plant, O. W. Inman;.Ce' other necessary arrangements for the season laundry-work in the woods is of Mrs. Clara Locke, of Linwood, Delaware for are studded, aib,
4' Port Tampa and Jamaica trade. dar Grove, O. 8. Clariday; Wild wood, made long before it opens. the most primitive character, as mightbe County, Penn., has just been grant.adacaptain's I with stones. opera cloak

f 'MrIgnatiusLopez, one of the 'oldest ,T.T. Bishop:M. White.' Buinter, ,8. Scott, Mann field, The shanties are usually large rectangular expected. Each man is usually Ms license, the first ever givento Feather is novel ICe
dtizen ,,of St. Augustine, died a few Jacksonville buildings, one story high, built own washerwoman. Sunday, as a rule, a woman in that State. She went< plush a garniture of
days ago at his home in that city. Th E. St. district-T. J. Nixon, P. of unhewn logs, and roughly chinked is washing and mending day. As the before the United States inspectors of the autumn.
deceased ; Paul'.l. B. Anderson; La Villa, with slabs of wood moss and clothing is of the coarsest and There is a craze collectors Jot' b
was 84 years of age,; and was F. Pasco and 0., F, Blackburn Riverside clay..They worn steam vessels at Philadelphia on Tuesday among
, ,highly respected and greatly loved by the W. JT., Dowell Duval J. II.;, are seldom, if ,ever, divided Into rooms. strongest kind, the .mendin,''doelu't There was, says the Record, a flutter of: old tapestries. v
of St. ; Rigg; As a rule, these rough structures finished amount to much and the i
people Augustine Fernandina F. E. Shlpp Callahan C. are laundryworkis excitement. When the physician pro- Black broadcloth trimmed with gold
t
t The South Florida sanitarium located C. ; Ferry; and Hillinrd, with planks and boards, but in the equally light. Stockings and underclothing duced his apparatus for colorblindnesshe braid is striking.Decollete i
\ Sanford is an lamer more remote localities the roofs are are about all that ever findtheit'waylnto discovered that the nautical aspirant
enterprise, or institution N. 13. ; Mandarin, F. N. C. Ends ; bodices are edged with* nar .
of which the people ofSanford are Green Cove and Middicburgh, II. F. made i of' bark *r clapboards, and ,the the wash-tubs, and their I before him'could distinguish even more row band of ostrich feathen. "'
The proprietors have, at a Phillips 1 Palatka, J. A. Castelj West floors of rough slabs of wood.' ''When Immersions are by no means frequent.It delicate differences in shades of color 'I
cost ofpnearly $20,000, erected and fur. Putnam, supplied by W. :A. Lower; St. completed, they are warm, but very deficient often happens that half a dozen than he himself, and found that he was VelTt calf i exceedingly popular' 10 J(
nursed the building in perfect style., Augustine, A, D. Penny Moultrie, C. A. from a sanitary point of view. camps are under the control of one dealer. I playing the role of the hunter who was ladies' hand bags and purses. I
The DeLand city council has decided Fullwood; Fruitland, 8.' S. Gasque; Vo- Ventilation i* never thought of, and, thedifficulty'of In such cases men and teams are employedIn hunted by the tiger; In a little while Styles are very picturesque and on-,
io experiment in the DeLeon Spring shell, lusia, A..O. Iliscock; Halifax river, M. : placing windows in the log supplying his different shanties with ) .. Locke had the qualifying certificate tennis and trimmings very rich.
and baa made a contract with the DeLeon II. Outland; Sanford, T. W. Tomkins; walls Is so great that the rough and provisions., Food,. for both, men and. in her pocket. She answered the questions Among the latest accessories to em- 1 1j j
Spring company to lay sidewalks of shell TIt uvtllo, C. 8. Byrd;" Indian River, J. ready carpenters, are averse to putting in ores is transported from tile town to regarding the rules of navigation: lag dress are floral muffs and rufii. ,
in certain-portions of the city at ,a price L. Rost more than are absolutely nee essary. The the woods on sleighs and carioles through. so well that the inspectors declared that The most "English" riding boots are ,1
not ,to 'exceed 20 cents Orlando district W. F. beds bunks out the winter. The small dealers ;
or constructed
per running Norton. P. E. ; are along are they: never examined a man who answered made half to lace and half to button.
foot. Orlando, J. F. Marshal, G. L. Taylor,, the walls, and in large shanties there are in the habit'of sending out for suppliesand them so correctly. Mrs. Locke's husband .'
Oviedo and Geneva. twe tiers of them. the mail few weeks. Torchon lace is coming in again ass
"The Tavares, Orlando and Atlantic supernumerary; They are usually rough every is a civil engineer employed by the
railroad is'advertised for ,sale under''a E.'Penny; Maitland, E. K. Whidden; boxes made of planks or poles, and supported The gangs are made up of men of all Government, and has charge of the improvements trimg for sachets, toilet slips, etc. ,
foreclosure of mortgage, wherein W. Kissimmco, H. Hice; Osecola, J. R. Tay "by ,occasional posts and pins nationalities, and it is not unfrequently in the Delaware River and The most unique screen of the day it
Bayard Cutting, trustee of the city of lor; Apopka, J. Ii.'D. McRae; Altoona, driven Into auger-holes' the walls. 'Income the cue that three or four languages are Bay. one that has the. cabinet ornamentation.Buttons '
JTew: York,.!* complainant. The sale I* W. A. Brown; Umatilla, W. H. Stein-- shanties ticks are supplied but in spoken In oce shanty. In the ,French large and and handsome .> .
,to t&luJJrace! on the first Monday in February meyer; Leesburg, II. E. Partridge; Lady many of them such luxuries are unknown, camps at Quebec, a priest visits the woodsat frogs more .mal for some
Like HOW BURMAn WOMEN a ; thn
W. C. Colliers Talaha, 8. G.Ieadow. DRESS.
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and the bunks are simply filled with regular intervals during the winter and time.
V.,J. Sbipman, receiver of the land } .; Stewart' Chapel l, W, W. Law- loose straw, over which a coarse blanketor attends to the spiritual wants of the men; In Burnish the poorer classes ,usuallywear '
ler; Brooksville ,G W. Sellers; Floral but one garment consisting of Cunning little pta-euebione take. the
office Gainesville, say there are over ( piece of canvas has been stretched to ,but among the English-speaking lumbermen a
City W. B. Alexander Pasco of mussels and with chains at
; W. II. single piece of colored cotton cloth about for come
9,000,000 acre of land in the state yet protect the sleepers. A plentiful supply religious duties do not receive much
,subject to homestead, also that the past Per;Dada City and Lakeland, A. E. of heavy blankets and quilts completes attention. It is not unusual, however, yard and a half wide, of such a length tached.
year hat been the-busiest the office has Householder; Lakeland mission'; T. II.81strunkHillsboro their equipment. in these camps to find a rough young that it can be wound around the chest or Costume of cloth for carriage wear
ever' known. Over settler have ; ,.B. T. Pope; Clear waist and fall to the feet. The 'women of them a vest of white,
12,000 Wattr II. Mile D. In one end of each shanty the cook woodsman spending a couple of hours ofa 0 hoe, many ,
"proven up." nume'rary.vE. J. Rogers, super a most importAt,but much-abused Sunday afternoon spelling out the texts bind this strip of cloth tightly around with a lace jabot.

Dry, Hayes, in his speech before the Florida .Conference cone e-T. W. )ndividual-has-.his quarters. number of the Bible that a pious mother placedin the bust under the arms (leaving the The handsomest trimmings used at the,
Methodist conference on the relation of. Moore, president; T. Griffith, E. G. of packing boxes in which shelves have his.bag of necessities before he left shoulders and neck bare, and the! opening present moment are metallic. embroideriesheightened ,
the Methodist Episcopal church South been his home.-Harper't' folds of the dress are at the front. The
Chandler, professors; Florida Chrittia arranged serve as pantry A WuklV.IF by jewels. !
to the work of evangelizing the negro Advocate. Josephu Anderson, editor. .tove,fitted to,bear a great deal of rough barefooted beauties have from infancy A novelty in trimming consists of\
paid a glowing tribute to. the fidelity of Tampa district-a F. Phillip, P. E.- usage, and to accommodate a large number been taught to walk in such a way thai yoke and sleeves to match of black velvet -;;
,the slave during the wa; showed the Inn Tampa and mission, J, C. Sale; R. E. of unattractive pots and kettles, is Boy Carpet .Wearers. they naturally kick the dress inward with studded with steel ban.Drnpings .
portance,Of his elevation to this 'country Pierce; Plant City, L A. Vernon Aida, in the centre of his'aomaln, and aroundit The shawls. and; carpets of'India have the heels as they yo along, and thus avoid tiny
a* well a* to the uplifting of his race in R. O. Weir', G. J. Kennelly, supernumerary are arranged his collection of pork long been famous for their"color.- 'Their' any exposure of person. The higher around the extreme' bottom
Africa, and reminded the church of what ; Bartow B. K. Thrower;. Bartow and flour barrel., bean and potato bags popularity II partly due to the brilliancy classes of women have a short silk or cot. of the skirt and the top of the waist.characterize ,
it had done in the past for the slave mission, J. 8. \Vaten; Ft. Green, S. B. and the various supplies necessary to and permanence of the dyes ojiploy, and ton sacquo which covers the shouldersand some evening gowns.
/The SnJ>.Troptcal, i* booming. Presi Black; Ft. Meade and Homeland, W. a members of big craft.' In some of the partly to the harmoninous tints into arms, and the better class wear tho Yokes of all imaginable varieties any
dent'R. IT. Coleman of the J. T. & K. Jordan Arcadia. A. W. J. : brightest of silks. Some of the forth in
; French-Canadian shanties the cook has which the colors are blended. The figures ladies' put the ready i made corsage'
W system who is always foremost in Beat Wauchula 'J. 3?. Jones Charlotte dresses consisting of this of
; ; an open fireplace, with a crane swingingover except when they are geometrical, single strip of garnitures passementerie and embroidery.
matter Of public enterprise, has sent tho harbor, T, M. Strickland;' Man. it, instead of a Itove,bu such placesare are apt to be rudely drawn.It silk cost hundreds of dollars, and some .
director his check for $ OO" and it ia tee, ,J, M. Sweat, E. F. Gatel, super very rare now.. Is a matter of surprise to learn that of the fine silks of the world are made inurmah. It is a matter of course that the Media

hoped; that other wlll"do likewise nomerary; Palmetto, H. s. Miler; The first plentiful fall of snow is always work so artistic as the weaving of the The men are as gorgeous in collar appears upon every style of wrap.
their mean will permit; The exposition Pine Level A. 0. Brown II. Meyers their costumes the
; as
women. Their
attended by a great deal of .activity wonderful fabrics which: cannot be shows considerable variation of out
this year must be a magnificent success, and Indian mission, II. B. Frasee, one to gowns are wound about tho waist I
it marks the'real of the in mills is done and
and all must unite to make it one. There be supplied by G. W. Gatewood; Cnloosahatchee .. as opening equaled our every part tied in a big knot at the front. line.Wearing
must be no holding bock no shuffling or and Chockoluskee, W. J. J. season. The roads are, then "broken,** on the rudest of looms, and by little boysof Most men a basque or jacket that I not
wear a bright handkerchief
the tlub Whidden and the "swamping out* commence less than twelve years of age. Mrs. tied around the required Louis XV.' length
hesitation -Tropicsl season must ; Key West, first church, G, W< the head and inside of Itlmp
be {he grandest ever known. So say the Mitchell; Sparks chapel l, D. A. Cole ;' The choppers and sawyers have already King, the writer, describes the work: as their bair. Both this is put up a having belonged to last
director Memorial chapel, J. II. Vann; Key Largo, been in the woods for some time, preparing she saw it done in one the hill towns hair long and classes wear their robe. '
R. M. Evans to be W. a supply of logs to be hauled to the near the borders of Kashmir; ,,long earrings or earplugs._
At the recent meeting of the board of ; one supplied by f 2Vew Orleans Tilll *.Deanocrat.RArnDnEastxo Feathers are the newest rage, and are
'director of the National Bank of the W Rife; Key West and Cuba mission, skidways or saw-mills, as tho case may f'We passed through an archway into employed in all color and several kind
State of Florida, the usual seml-annual II. B. Someillan, Camoya. be, but the teamsters Leon begin to press a largo, deserted-looking enclosure full -- though the ostrich leather,are first,
dividend of five per cent was ,--declared.. Tran t"rred.-F. M. Moore to Indian on their heels: of rubbish heaps, and haying a deep col. WHIM3. course.
mission conference M. to The of the roads is onade of mud bricks all round. In hairdressing there .
This bank was organized May 5, 1883, A. Phillip task breaking an running are various new
and baa paid in dividends to itastockholden South Georgia conference, D. V. Priceto exceedingly disagreeable one. It is done Under this were erected rude looms, of styles, but the one rule, without excep-- Pink fuha bl in enamel l, dangling

the handsome sum of $ 7.000. It '. Ilolflon conference._ n" ___ by traveling over the route selected and which there must ,have been over fifty, lion; is that smooth hair is entirely out stalk ,compose chaia
ba accumulated a surplus Lund of $25- ----' roughly cleared for the transportation of but at the present<< time only six are being of fashion. Ba it fair or dark and an interesting addition to queen

bOO, the undivided profit now on hand IN COURT. logs, so as to pack the loose ,snow and worked, owing to trade being slack. whether stiff or soft by nature all la pendants.The
amount to $31.603.00. making the total -- open the miry spots. ''Oxett ro preferred "The carpets were most beautiful in dies' hair' is now required to be onduler, big tags on some women's wraps
earning since organization, $103,303.50. The Behring Sea Dispute To Be for thil'work; as they'aro less apt to color and design, all intended for the that is, to fall and ripple in large waves with name and address printed thereon,

'This is a magnificent showing. Judicially Determined. plunge wildly in the soft places; but London market. We saw one, measuring catching the varying lights and shades' make other women 'at receptions, smileat

Mr. William Pickford, of London, 1 he sealeries controversycame horses attached to a rough sleigh calleda' : twelve feet by ten, which was nearly which give it. life and beauty Marcel, the precaution.
of the Behring sea 'used. finished. Six little boys varying in the coiffeur a It; mode ha found A Parisian round
one greatest phosphate experts in in the United States pang or' jumper are generally age out the authority states that
the;world, as well a* one of the largest court up at Washington on Monday supreme on a When a road is properly' broken, it from eight to eleven years, were working secret of tendering soft and wavy the hats may '1 worn by ladies up to the age,
,owner and operator*of phosphate lands, motion which has in view the judicial dotermination freezes to a ,great depth, and becomes it, while one of them read out the pat. stiffest and straightest of chevelures, and of thirty.five-seventy-five would bar
was in Sanford a few days ago II:* firm, of the dispute between tho firm enough to bear tho heaviest loads tern from a slip of paper. Their small, that without the help of either frizzing. been nearer right.

Pickford & Wingfield, is tho European United States and Great Britain over the In each shanty.thero are usually from brown fingers worked so nimbly, knotting irons or crimping-pins, but the means he White satin is being used for sofa
agent of the Sterling Phosphate and seal fisheries. Joseph II. Choate, in behalf fifteen to forty men under one head boss. on tne'various 'colored wools and employs to this end is his secret; he is cushions, of which, to, suit the present
Mlnlpg company operating, near Dado of Thomas Henry Cooper, owner and This boss directs all the work, hires tho cutting off: the ends, with a knife, that the coiffeur en litre of all the leading there cannot be too of imaginable -
City. Mr. Pickford baa examined this claimant of the British schooner W. P. men, and dismisses those whom he finds one could hardly ace what they were beauties of our aristocracy, as well as fa shapes and size*many. a.
propertrl and while he doe not give to Sayward, which was seized: in the water incompetent The men are divided into doing. It seemed amazing that such that of all'our actresses in vogue. The
0 the result, enough i. knownto of the Behring sea by the revenue cutter small gangs, each of which is governedby small boys could have attained: such dex fashioaable style, therefore, is to have In England it I no longer the fashion
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satisfy even the friend of tho owners.To Rush, petitioned the court for leave to a sub-boss, whose duty it is to see they terity. Their pay is from $3 to 3 a the hair waved all over the head, all to litter the room with hand painted
show what can be done by those file a petition for a writ of prohibitionto do the work: allotted to them. The choppers month. light and fluffy, and a small chignon in gimcrk Japanese fans, etc. Drwngs -
who make an eftort,we ,give the experience be directed to the judge of the district select the trees considered suitable, "We were told< that they could make a the neck, just under the edge of the bonnet are taking a more solid appeaancThe
of Mr.' E. A. Harris, of Bonifay. court of the United States in and for the and "knocks" them. When a tree has carpet of the size they were then work fastened with a large diamon* pinor snowy cambric skirt no longer
lie wy that after clearing ten acres of territory of Alaska, restraining him from been decided upon, they proceed to make ing in one month, so that the actual cost a Theodora brooch. For the evening extllor street wear. Luxurious ont
land''' for his neighbor, he cleared five proceeding with the condemnation and a bed for it. This bed consists of brush cube muting! would ba about 913, andas I the hair is waved in the same way, buta J .i Ue with flannel when
acres for himself, and with nine acre sale of the vessel. The object ia to have and small trees so disposed that the tree the carpet would sell fur over' $63: few curls are suffered to escape from warmth a requisite, and trimmed with
already cleared, he ha made an ample the court take up and pass upon the to be used will fall upon it. The bed there must be a handsome p.ofitover and the jeweled cache-peigne at the back; pink ruffles, lace, etc
apply hundred of bushel corn, rice, nething over one question of the jurisdiction of these helps to break the force of the trees fall above the cost of the wool and the inter or if the hair is very long and thick, it The newest wedding fad 1 the presenation -

of syrup, seven of potatoes hundred ixty pound gallon of waters. ---,-- ---- and keeps it from splitting, and also pre. est on the capital sunk." is looped very low in the neck and fastened to the married couple' of a hand
and vents it from sinking into the snow, so up with ribbons or Jewels._ some blank book, .Uvr
fodder a half ton of bay, two bites clp
PREACHERS AT OUTS. A'I" r/ri World. bearing the
that the hewers as the case inscription.
of cotton. This shows what the land. sawyers or GoJd-BeartaT jiurt. uO.U
will do when tested.. maybe, can get at it readily. If the The book i afterward t se as a
n... Y..r Fr.U. A Damage Suit Which Involve tees is to be used for lumber the sawyers The discovery of gold-bearing quartzin HAKES OF SlUt WEAVES.According family diary. .

There i* going to be a big glut in the' $45,000. follow the choppers and cut it into the conglomerate rocks of the Ste. to the New York Dry Goods One of the fnorit materials for the
orange market unless the shlpptrs up Declarations were filed in the circuit logs of the required length. The logs wiacke valley Colchester County,Nova Economist, to the ordinary person and to colored jackets heavy beaver I
and ease the market off. For the past court at Chattanooga, on Tuesday, by are then marked, so that the owners will Scotia", and the reported discovery of a many out of town merchants the names This i made up with considerable co lV' I
three or four days the fruit ban been going Rev. J. J. Hanker and Rev. J. J. Sampson be able to keep track of them at the skid- valuable nickel deposit in Queens County of the different silks do not convey the ity of outUe, the weight and color
forward at a tremendous rate and Method minister; against ways railways they are sometimes called in the same province once more draws slightest idea of the appearance of the the clth mating as effect
already the transportation compantes in Rev. T. C. Carter, editor of The -or mills. The camp's mark is usually attention to the extraordinary mineral goods, yet it is cf importance, especially a* mOt women audoQ a

thi*state have some difficulty ia handling MeikodUt Advocate and one of the lead. a number of peculiar backs made on the wealth of Nova Scotia, the development: to the country merchant, to know what The newest cloak for babies are lathe
it at bating and junctions! point Already ing spirit of Methodism In the couth. tide of each log with an axe. It the tree of which, with the exception of coal and regence, inure, etc., mean. I form of a short of white fox
the fruit It accumulating at the Tho complainants seek to recover $45,000 b to be used for square timber the choppers gold, may almost be said to be in its infancy. Cords are now reviving, and are of' fur. The cape it made pelisse qf the
entirely
great distributing market in the North, damage, alleging defamation of character &1'$followed by the score-backers The exploration of the con. many sizes. Ottoman is the largest cord, fur, while the under of cashmere
:East and West, and many-of the largest by the editor, who made his detente" and hewers. glomerate in the Steirfacke valley one of and the all-sllk Bengaline follows. Faille with flit bodice* covered
wholesale houses have instructed their through his paper! against chuhea of immoral When the logs lave been trimmedand the finest farming districts in Nova Francaise also has a cord of various 'I with a skirt entirely
deep of the
agents in this state to top buying. Theyare conduct preferred against him by cut to the requited length or tho 'I Scotia, has been thorough enough to sizes but i* firmer than Ottoman. Oros douc fur.
unable to get fair price for the fruit the present rcUtors of the bill in court. timber finished, the "...ampiag demonstrate tha richness of the deposit grain has a cord which is woven in I app for all classes of
already hand, and leu. big glut. This suit i* the sequel to the recent out"square Swamping out" is the and it may be expected that enterprise thicknetces and close together sevortl wrap Its u prhap.the newest
begins.
Snow storms at the north have blocked church trial of the minister involved, the backed the requisite capital will be Armure and royale the i & of thin *. 1
the work of hauling by are
the railroads ant I in which all the parties were exonerated, term applied to same weave, jacket it I faced and
41P all freight being the roads where they can be forthcoming to extract the wealth froa and this is a small figure of various I I with fur e
wved before tbo Methodist conference logs to de
< very slowly. It is a difficult mat- Rev Carter baa fur sleeve The mink IIeevea
rock.-s .P aad.a signs, of wbiet tea
ter to get the fruit distributed from the and Rev*. Manktr and Sampson loaded on the sleighs and takes to themills I the goU-seamei many resemble ti r'pots i! facing and
great kupply markets. Price are in con. before ala eccle: .iatical council of the or aki4wiT For wampi z out I C$Mlis!... .. --- --- lilt/; the old bW' eye pattern. Surah lucking albeit a pretty dUl.eoW

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-- j.resthghtas.--:- NOTES. I 'faotimnto locals {,lau tll In the :W Cnf'ederatt'White Ho..... LsXitehn in the World YouVe tried Dr. ,Pierce'

and especially to build such factories la -
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1.VIeeo. Tickling, Hose until you are fomtd'o oar State as our facilities would render ,- It is settled that, Ald-feshioned favorite Prescriptionthav&

.. lutfsw, is said to be a lure remedy for practical.Kttohed. brick structure, at Richmond,. V*,, The Bon. lf arche, la Porli, poesease.probably and you're disappointed. : _
Another U the largest kitchen In the world.It you
Iccoogh. cure to gargle the NEWS OF THE That the Alliance and known ns the Conefderala White house
ORDER FROM
we aX}
and praTldM for all the of the I The results not immecK.
Kbrott third are
with water a to employe '
cense
the Alliance pros to give this matter doe ,is to be-used in the future for the preservation '
5I" breathing for half a minute. ALL SECTIONS. consideration and discussion. of Confederate relic The home, 4,000 In number. The .maUeit ale. :

W THE: average duration of life is movement was started more than a kettle holds 75/ quarts, and the largest '
onglh. greater -- And did the disease
375 .
There SO expect
5 quart are frying pans, you
'laC a Norway this tb1in attributed la any other European Items of Interest to Alliance- Farm 'kM (Potterville, Cat,) says: years ago by the Ladlca'Uolywood Henr each of which U capable of cooking 800 of'years to disappear' in
country; is to the uniform "Although thu Farmers Alliance in this orial Association to get this building for
cutlets at time
a of 220
or frying poundsof
'fit tool temperature of the climate. men Everywhere.The State has only been organizing since the purpo-e, but some legal objection potatoes. When, there are omlettea for d week Put a pinch ,of time

Hem I. TaB Chftutsuqua Literary and Sclen- about the let of June, its active membership were raised. However, this has been breakfast 7,800 egg are used. The coffee in every dose. You would .
ie Itifio Circle organized in 1878 with ( outnumbers the l'atrons overcome, making it a museum a* well
c f a Allirmcemen Virginia and North Grange or machine make 750 quarts daily.
' membership of 700, has now 17,000 cirEcles Carolina who grow peanuts are still boldIng of Husbandry nearly three to"'Onl.'. Not a* a place for the preservation of the war There are 60 cooks and 100 kitchen boll not call the milk poor becausj

Joc&t04ln all parts of the world their crops for better prices, and the only this, but the Alliance includes in its relics. The city council recently passedan employed. the cream doesn t rise in an '

TO.t I I A BUBSIKO: taper uncovered for a sintgt peanut trust will have to come to their membership the most able, earnest and ordinance of the ladies.earryingintoeffectthe' purpose hour ? there's no water !iri

\ instant, during which it docs not lose terms. active element of the Grange. Few KOCHTKB: is the latest name for the
it the is to rij J
I power amounting to the thousandth ... farmers art aware pf the great work thatis lymph which is said to cure consumption. cream sure

hail J of a grain, would fill with light a sphere The Valusin County Alliance met at going on around them. Indeed our Houses for the People. It will probably stick. If there's a possible cure, Dr.

1pt I four miles in diameter so as to be visible Barbersville, Fin., and held the January attendance at the State Alliance revealedto Pierce's Favorite Prescriptiod, .

eta I from every part of the compass. meeting, which was full of interest. us the silent force that has provedsuch Nearly 10,000 dwellings were built In ST. PAuL is living $ OO.OOO a
cataclysm to the old political this city during 1800 or enough to houseat year is sure to effect it if given a
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parties
ill I A cold wave is a fall of temperature in George Willicombe was elected president ahead of its income in its efforts to put '
in the It have iU least OOOO people. Philadelphia evidently
and P. L. Jenkins East will soon fair trial. '
Ji 124 hours of 20 degrees over an area of secretary. organization more perfect than the political intends to make better her claimto on more style than Minneapolis. ,

elt'em! 160,000 square miles, the temperature in V and will be the title "City of Homes." Of these dollar,
of tae State You it
machinery
The one
admirable the ... get
''hl some part of this area descending to 86 spirit displayed by and Falaieaary DI.e. your
, degrees f between 1880 and 1890 no less colored fanners in their Ocala meeting is doing its own business to the extent of new houses, 0,883 were two-story The tang play a most Important part In the costs back again if it don't
drawlug into it all classes with whom it 1,047 three-story dwellings. There were
worthy of all That of I machinery life. It Is essential that they
thin 691 cold waves recorded in the praise. part Superintendent
were erected of should be kept In god repair. Nature has benefit
1 address which docs business in the country. It has but only twenty-seven dwellings or cure you.
I Humphrey's endowed this
United States. organ of life with wonderful
treats of political action is commendedto to hold to its course and the legislaturewill more than three stories, and only seven recuperative rowe Many Instances are on '
' I 1 The Academic des Sciences has submitted politicians the anxious have to yield to its decrees by the of one story. The building operationshave rword where the lunira hare been shot through We wish we could give you 4

oil a new system of musical notation on seat. sheer force of numbers. Old Hayseed Is been carried on for the masses, as "with'".IIIIIf.a leaden Therefore bullet none and should the wound despair quickly when the makers' confidence. They
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'' in which twenty-seven characters replacethe The Cincinnati Oaxettt 'admits that just getting down to business. the large proportion of two-story dwell they discover that their lunge are affected. show it the .' .
0Vt 203 symbols now employed to represent ings plainly shows. Frequently the lungs become sore aDd ulcerated by giving money .
there are two eminent virtues and saving and by an Ignorant doctor pronounced I
the seven not is of the gamut In the graces in the Farmers'Alliance movement The New York Tribunt is greatly exercised consumption and worthless remedies applied\ back again, in all cases not.

tb.p. even keys. -genuine patriotism and sobriety. They over the "Alliance folly" in demanding Entitled t. the Best. sore with and serious breathing rmulta.. painful When the the proper tongs remedy ted l benefited, and it'd surprise you'to '

IK every teaspoonful of human blood, represent homesteads and firesides, and more money through the operation All are entitled to the beet that their money Is Dr. John Hull's tiarsaparilla. Its tendency know how few dollars
l\\ there about red of the In its Is to heal ulceratlons either Internal. or external. are :;
are 15,000,000,000 corpuscles have American customs and aspirations. sub-treasury plan. will boy, no every family should have.at once, '
If. I but only 80,000,000 white ones; *.. strictures upoh that measure it discloses a bottle of the best family remedy, Syrup of Many hopeless an has Invalid been whose restored. cao to was vigorous pronounced needed to keep up the refund. ;'2

ieid- the blood of clams, lobsters, and nearly President R. F. Rogers has arrangeda the usual fact in such cases, an absolute health by a timely nm of this excellent
the when costive or
Figs to cleanse
system If will not this remedyyou
compound. you try
all other invertebrates contain no red full for the Farmers' Alliance i ignorance of its provisions or principles.It .
program hoveonl yourself V> blame U you do not -
billons. For sale In DOa and $1.00 bottles,
cells, but only white. exposition at Ocala, F.la.up to the first is not aware that every document sent get welU -. ...--. Mild gentle soothing and

71 IN man, the lower jaw has much freedom of February and expresses the hope thatit to Congress at this session touching flnnnco all leading drngglats. Heller be small and shine than to be great Dr., Catarrh

of lateral movement which aids in may not close then, but be continued recognizes the main feature of this The moot complicated of all combination and cast a shadow.BROWN'S healing is Sage's ,\ '

grinding food between tho molars; the until the middle of March. This will bill as sound and practicable. It has locks-wedlocks. Remedy. Cures the worst t t
Jaws of carnivora admit of tho probably depend a rush of North forgotten that the recent silver legislation Iron Bitten cures Dyspepsia Ma.
only upward upon larla, Uillounnenand Itoneral llttbllt,. Ulres cases No experimenting.
and downward movements.A ern visitors., for which it contended so earnestly, The population of Vienna, by tho annexation btrength, aides Digestion tones the nerves permanently. '

material called rubber velvet ... contains the warehousing or. as it of several villages, now tmount creams appetite. The best tnnlo for Nursing It's Old Re-, ;
mew Mothers, weak
women and children.
j is made by sprinkling powdered felt of In the death of Hon. R. C. Patty, the pleases to call it' the "pawn shop" feature to 1,800,000, ranking as Europe's fourth I liable." Twenty-five years of t

e.I *ny color over rubber cloth while the latter distinguished president of Noxubeo of the sub-trensurv plan. The city in point of inhabitant A mutter of both time and money-a prom- Of "
Tribune would do well to .exchange with I .. success. druggists.
County Alliance the Allianccmcn of the snry note.
is hot and soft the result looks like unit _______n __ _
felt cloth but is elastic and entiro state of Mississippi have suffered a some reliable Alliance paper, keep How's Thief --

uceeding1llight., waterproof great loss. In political, social and secret posted upon current matters relating to We Offer One Hundred Dollars reward for Nothing Else Will Do It.
order circles he was a man of command. the order.-Nationa'l Economist. anyciMt of cutiurh tint cauCuS. be cured by 1
takJnff Hall's Catarrh Cure.F.
A recent survey'established the number -
ing influence, and always prominent ns a J. CIIKMICT: : A I o., 1'rop.v, Toledo. O.
of glaciers in tho Alps at 1,155, of leader. Such exalted characters are just TUB!: SITUATION IJT KA:>!SAB. We the \In.le..llfn h vu knonn. 10'. J.Chenry We have volumes of evidence to prove that S. S. S.
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which 240 have n length of more than 4} for the tail 16 yearn and believe him
now nenled in Alliance circles for leadership A dispatch of Monday from Topekn, perfectly I honorable In .bunlnnu. trao'..,,,.
miles; the French Alps contain 144 glaciers is the only for Blood
and,counsel. Kansas : All the members of the lions, financially able to carry out any obligation permanent cure contagious .
says
those of Italy 78, Switzerland 471, Incite by tlirlrttrm.UT .
and Austria 462. 55 legislature have arrived and with them a >\ Jt TUCAX, ''hole,.le Druggist, Toledo Taint.
The Alliance has not, as many people lobby which has crowded the capacity of O.WALDINO.
" An audacious rascnl for some weeks did think, caused a falling off in the membership all the hotels of the city. There is little VrIlJJclsle,1'lIludo., KINKAR O.A IeayutVlolealo I suffered for l1yoyurt with the I t1iro.it having great holes cau led"bl

'a thriving business by stealing bronzo of the Grange. Not only is interest in the organization of the home! Jlal"ll'alarrhurelll: I taken Internally,act. worst form of blood, poison, timing: I it. I then commencedtakIngSwbt's(

r and marble busts from the Moutpnrnesse there a revival the Oranges Georgia, as cx-Licutcnat Governor P. P. Edcr: will ln/ directly ib..'upon)'SI"'u the. TestluiunluU Mood and mucous Mint frue.l"rlce surfaorsof -. wb\eta\ limo I was at. Spetflo (S. S. B.);-and

Cemetery near Paris, nnd selling them ns but in all parts of the country increased be chosen speaker by acclamation. Aside TSc.per. Lultli Bold by all_drugging, tin :etl by tile lest, In a toy months .1 was I
Images famous heroes and statesmen. membership and new Granges are re- from the internal dissensions in tho Alliance -
not voltUntarll lhysldnns I OJulol flntl, entirely cured and'to P
shall .
which tench
Tlmt we are we i ,
that' the buriod of ported. In Maine out 'of 22!) Oranges ." S P
Experts say city camp over the JlcGrath-Turner mat ))', but Involunlnrlllr.! antI tiled numbers c tpiopiletary 1 this groat medldn do l
Pompeii has not yet yielded up a third of six in every ten own the buildings in ter, the United States seniitorship engages "'"\ c
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its artistic treasure; that at the present which they meet, and this is good evidence tho attention of everybody. While the If troubled with I.nillc l'ml1C'ompIAtnt., metlielnosMlthout S IPIC I attrlbut. my erov.ery. .

rate rate of progress seventy'years will of prosperity and permanency. Republicans hoped the Turner l letter write mi.. ilnwriblnK uny cnse.! Homo tnmlinvnt.Cur nay benefIcial! 'rhl wali' ..Itr, '

elapse before it is thoroughly unearthed. **" would frustrate and divide tho Alliance orrtatn awl quirk M rtnmH rxpnnrii. rellulH.! I uontlnlll'Cl to III! ftS near Infallible as It Ifl.two yeats ago; .nd J

Speaking of his Alliance brethren,State forces, and allow them to re-elect Ingalls, Particulars Kcmnlo DlwKw by mI\Us..nt."I.ten rrnt*. Nra.pnira)Jr. Mary lunik nil A. grow worse nil Iblll) pOlllble for a med'olne to be.base had no returnertiun'

How Break Up a Cold. Lecturer Collins says: I want you all to it will not have that result Among all Urannon: Washington .,;t., Atlanta, Ua.Divert' I nUl my wliolo'l the cure of Blood pol.on ,nlo11'ect. ot the dis- L ,
'The' Is at hand when "colds" resolve that will be full-sized Alii- \
season are you the Alliance members present there seemsto cnlltxl .
rcllerllon may pror.erljr be ..y.t311wu eatroyetl 8\0: Ilm'e, nn:! my.klDby
common, so the Boston Herald comes to anccmea or quit the order; and if thingsare be a determination to defeat Ingalls. nndcr-studle '
the front' with some practical pointers not going' exactly to suit you, don't 'I 1 hero will probably bo very little legisla- I tho vile\ disea'o, my to.lgue awl I I Wil"hm la t-day S am smooth as anrbod1\; "

about them: quit on that account, but consider that tian before the 26th instant, tho day a MALARIA rnred and erinlloattd from the Werl, CI'lnglo1, ii.
i iretoio by Hrowu'a Iron Bitten. which enriches 1'00"10111110,1 IInollkln ,lIea'cs fltn. fhe tl1\lft. A I
: tlrt'l'llIo
Co. tl"n
I As peon as chilly sensations are felt, or the Alliance is yours and you are determined senator is elected by a joint ballot of both the blood tones the nerves. aid dltfo*- !" ti.
the cold affects the head there is sore to make it serve a righteous houses. There is no change in the senatorial tlnn. Act*like, a charm on persona In general --- -ELY'S CREAM BALM-..... tb.i5asai ftlWKHHOM
Ui health,giving aud 1\.I'IIUIr"- .. ...
now Sails .ia-.J.,1..aU.
energy I'e.sags.Aiiay. II.
th/ootj-the victim should go home at once. purpose. Your voice is as strong as the say situation. Willits, it is conceded, 5h. er55. Restores T..te a.d IIm.n. amA curse
With his feet in hot mustard water, he of any man in the order, my brother, and is the leading candidate, but Elder is In Germany a gixxl workman can always

sftould take an old-fashioned rum {sweat. it is your boundon duly to speak right gaining strength rapidly and it is believed make hU mark. 44ly

This la, very 'ei ily administered. IntoIn out if you see anything. going wrong. he win go into the fight with thirty-five Krie llnllwnr.Thl .

oM teacup pour three ,or four table-' **. votes. If he does ho will become a form. *JItIi'lItA'CAIIIf'm Line la running nolMvrtlliuleA __ ___ ____ ____ __ ___ __ 1'sss.
spd 4tuls! of alcohol. Set in a pan of The new editor of President R. L. idable candidate, and it is certain that train" coiinlstlnif of beautiful dayroaches. Uvel toe e at ODOO or (AltLln e. .
'water; Now it under chair havinga Polk's the Proffretiitt Farmer at either Willits Elder Pullman sleeping and dining ear,, Inle 'M J4'IrlIe.11ulto'". ..U_....
;place a papel, or Pciler staunch between (Cincinnati Chicago, New York and >nuga.Josbyma1 J ZL1SiEO&sWsmabkN. .
:wooden seat.Let the potient.sit down Raleigh,'N. C., declares that it does not ind leading Alliancemen, will bo named Cotton. All trains run via Lake Ubautamiuaduring .. .
;i- .,,
the season, and holding SI.'
upon this; fasten a couple of blankets want the public printing nor public pat- by the Alliance senatorial caucus. Thereare through ticket are privileged passengers to stop off at this .r.t. CURE Blllousnces ;

,arou d his neck, allowing them to fall on ronage of ..ysort. It is an important ninety.one'Amance members in the world-famed rexort. He pure your tlokeu road A m. .
the floor This Alliance reform to ,via N. Y.. L. K.: AV.. H. H. .
then the alcohol.
light paperand means say legislature and the proceedings of the Sick Headache i.

treatment is by,no means hard to bear.' just what it thinks upon the economic Issues body will be watched with Interest. I Fair to the eye yet It has a heart of stone 1Jf '!' a, J ;

As soon as the skin becomes moist the before the people; but it intends to Si's the peach. ._- I This Ploturt,Panel ilje,*)| : for(of Malaria. .: -

headache be is greatly relieved and breath make no faction fights, and engage in no t was taken tick with ulcers on the left J. F. SMITH A dO. .1:.
ing through the nose is easier; in fact, all personal conflicts with anybody for pri- ALLIASCE EDUCATION. Jung. Doctors gave me up to die, but a friend ,
!Juli'. and before I Makers of fel. to
the unpleasant symptoms are more or less .vae gains; and we mean to keep our The.strength'of Alliance principle and got aced me ono some bottle I got tiarsaparllla better and after using It I 257 Gr ..wlc st1. BILE BEANS.:
fc. Y.
relieved., hands and our conscience clean while do- the unyielding force of its demands) in two months I am at work again.IFm. A.lirvvklni I _285 City. _ ,. .
The patient should sweat as long as he ing the work. the plain, incontrovertable facts on which Culdwater,Mich. -.----------;? -. 1& -

:will* then, after wiping hastily and putting '* .f. its claims are predicated. Th j rapid, Illinois hat one-hundred and twenty-fire I'-Y ? !Wd I ,

on a well-warmed undervest he The Alliance GautU (Atchison, Kan ) education of the people concerning tariff reform club*. "German ulIvOttziais7ui.
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should get into bed and be well covered says I "The Associated Press dispatchesfrom economic (questions of national importance ..= tl1.. 1C
with- blankets. lie should continue to day to day have predicted dire in proof of the substantialfoundation' A child cannot tell what alls It. A shrewd ="..r. t.. sra .
mother will not take chances but will try Dr. e Ir ass *5. .
sweat freely during the early part of the things in store for the Alliance as a result upon which such education Bull's Worm Destroyers'at once. Don let C.1 bok.s

night. Sometimes he will not do this, from quarrels that were predicted to rents. No fine spun theoryor your drnKglst sell you any other kind of worm. =t"CWdOllb 10 oe1l.. id-ll_ .a._..rt It.Jf. .....

even after the application of the treatment I come off at the national meeting in Flor. assumption of false doctrine cand)'. Bull's the best. Syrup"Here f.........,..... Ia. s .I D.u.oc..t. ; rooI. 1 ,
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a.lp.maehlpsn =.r
advised. If he does not he should ida. The meeting has passed off quietly, could have brought about this general Over six mllllop pieces of mall matter are : .1'1 stock.' I a.7

be given ten grains of quinine. If for a however, and the best of feeling between desire for information and almost universal lent annually to the dead letter offloe through op 45r5511117sfae..es NsaII. ..pI. ;:.isboS.pgr..j Ifite .
Carelessness In their address, etc., a w
'day or two afterward he eats and drinks all sections of the country still exists. effort at research without having its ia something; from Mr.Frank :,:'Unrrilahi.. pold rut. ..&e'"r.TI: ::. ,..

but little and 'keeps within doorj, the .The thuught of this country being united real nature exposed and the whole Imp 5). Tee Ever ftpsesl.is f A. Hale, proprietor of the De Witt > knotnn ...:3"&aDl yb.D...

chances are that ho will have floored his under one flag and harmoniously working sition held up'to ridicule and abandoned Any person sending us their name and ad. House, Lewiston, and the Tontine and psi U with a.. cuar.s.d anus Dan, sddM porrics aa laet14.t< dab.. .4'p4.U.'L.

cold.. for the: common good, sends a thrill of Such hall been the fate and will continue : draB will receive Information that will lead Hotel, Brunswick Me. Hotel men. .I.i. b.vtnt Ille lsaula. inlet.. a.4'11"reen
_ lo a fortune. HenJ. Lewis A Uo., becurlty sp.iarrsqn.aupIy 'OIl $5 5rd.5 ..;I55sddiu...
dissatisfaction throUgh the veins of the to be the ultimate end of all economic Building, Kansas City 3d.;. meet the world as it comes and goes *low wUi reatv. prompt me eae.fi ._"- ,
:THE observance of Arbor Day has been not boned truth and Psiori4lvosslnvni s." price. f.irni.ui.4! us .. .
two old parties that is too hard to endure teachings upon jus and not slow in sizing* puealuiI. 4
Australia. are people SMITH & 1VEH L
inaugurated in Queensland, in silence. The people for once have the tice. 'I he demands of the Alliance have lIe Was Chinese Headache Cnre. Harm.
The of is observed and things for what they are W'.mteathi.psl*,. uprt.t4, II aW .
first day August interest of the heart. been subjected to the most searching bps In effect quirk and positive In action. up
there that being the opening of the antipodean people... scrutiny and rigid analysis. They have Adelt tent prepsld rACo..ft3Wyandott!en rtcelpt M of..KansasClty.MoFITS SI per. bottle worth. lIe says that he has lost a "'

spring. 'The proceeding are DeEalb Count Ga., Alliance.- has stood the merciless: onslaught of ridicule father and several brothers and sisters -VASELINE-

similar schools to are those dismissed la the and United the States children, the adopted the following.resolution, unanimously and criticism, and have' come out of this (topped free. Ku by Flu DR. after KUKE'first OltRATFmvKltKnTouEH. < from Pulmonary Consumption ;

; trying ordeal brighter, stronger; and witha ".... Marvelous cures. Treatise and f:! trial, and himself. frequently troubledwith
take part in trco-pUntiog with singing, AVhereas. The State of Georgia has firmer hold upon the intelligence of the lC.III.ree. Dr. Kline. 881 Arch: tit... 1'blla., 1'... colds and he FOR A B.DOLLAH ..t.1._... by Mat
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essays, and other appropriate ceremonies w. will .11. .. Cn..< aU rbazeaa lo aay p.rio. !M
relating to tree culture. sufficient scholarship, and people than ever. They stand to-day as Timber. Mineral. Farm Lands and Ranch* Hereditary often coughs enough DM UallM-4 kutM. aU ot U4 foiinwlu. arilaW* ar m. .
Whereof The financial statute of the an exponent of ult'mate truth unrivalled In Missouri, )(an..... Texas and Arkanjaa. to make him sick at tulip PMlfc economic that lought and sold. T'ler"Co.,Kansas o.inySIo. cal IwoomaM bottle.< Lire TaMllaa, s ,I4... -
ha
I State is sufficient, and by any proposition Consumptlonhis stomach. When VM SwO.un.e tatU el TMM! rorua* M: ;

Prevention I Whereas, we are using school textbooks challenged public attention during the Okiahoma0uldeBook&nd Mapesata.y where ever he has taken a OM Oa.ierVas.Useu.Id0reaa.0.55 M VaMllna Cuapboi., s., .. e II.,11..

Is better tbaa ClInt,and people _"..n subject to I that are subjects of the trust. past quarter of a century. All objection on r.celptot 6UcLa.'l'Ie*00.,1la.Citi.tla.SCOTT'S cold of this kind o.e Call. 01 Ta..llMk<>ap. aa*......, ... ? ...
he Boschee'sGerman ..
uses O case of r MllM
.... to'there demand. have been met in soap iqilaiuir esgedi'gee
rbeumatlim can &n. attacks b) twplat the Therefore, a Iws-eamoc twtM(TWalU faMJOiMk .5..
and it
him
Mood pore and tree trom the arid whloa eaases.theJlsnssn .Ketolced, That we respectfully suggestto manner calculated to convince those S.ruf' cures -
.- This lUtgwU the use of Hood's banspsrOla seeking tho truth and to confound others every is a man who '
the the of iS
legislature necessity publish OrW,r _. 'e.e....... rit ;:HM
tuqnestlonably the beet blood purlflar and ing the common school literature of the attempting to confuse and mislead. knows the full danger of lung troubles .*... 000 as.eeaaS be p.ream.kd I.a.s. frs. :
which has bed tuwd with rest iiitmeM fur Ibis o p.urd.a.... ....
( very 1"----""
pntvess try many P""I>IJIood'I *. State, to be published by the State and I The lessons of the past should not and would therefore be mostparticul'ar 1abOIW wtA ear-. ...._ _" tAersfrss wai .

Canai..rllla. has sl*> rured Innumerable made uniform in the State, and furnished go unheeded. This urgent demandfor as to the medicine he used. i VhCsbr.uuh_. --imN.Sea Cit.. 0.....A5A 44 Ms Slal.IUIM''.PN.ea&L V.Uau4Wldzb.yabjj .
CSMSof rbeumaUun of the smmt sort by Its pow. to the common schools of the State at the Alliance education should be What is his opinion ? Listen 1 "I ,0U

erfal effect la ntouiJUlnj acidity' of the blood,and cost of publication. met by Alliance new inn pen, speakers use nothing but Boschee'a German at wliaBoot .
aoaui -
si enabllnc the klducys sad Ilvur to properly rtaoT. *- and lecturer with a' determination to .. :ef .
er-
I/".a.the Be w.sun..of l.Ihv get'11_ Try\&. Itwould be Jdla,. says* the Progreuitt furnish the people with the information ,'1' :. : : Syrup and have advised, I presume., jgeur.d..seas reuL: ,

H od's SnrsanarUIn Farmer, of Raleigh, N. C., the official they desire. To do this will require close more than a hundred different persons Allant..U.. Ufflo.UXHWUt OOLf.lY.W.D.haaB: .
to take it. with
Bold by' all drunMs. $1; six for.,. rranaradoalyS organ of President Polk and also the application and constant study. Those They agree lLlI waqiviaso_a isautltW.111, C.....
/C.t H>J01>i CO., ApuUMcarln, Lowell, ..... State Alliance to attemp'po disguise the who would be leaders must be teachers, me that it is the best cough syrup "il"J'H.!: ........
IOO Doses One Dollar fact that many alliancemen-good and and those who teach must be EMULSION in the rwrkst"


, ----,.- - --- -. true alliancemen this country entertain informed. The day for newspaper 1 11jM SHOIfTHA-ND. iflW*

serious doubts about both the desirability slush and nonsense has !>.- -_. .-- BORE WELLSIHAUW LEARN:

and practicability of some of the passed, and the time for facts, reason I I.uuu biMl'5d. ...." loot C,..'&.HI'. 11_.... $55. 3
and proper deductions ha come. Those Oar Well Mxklus a r. I lk.m'l 5......osus as. read ....* __poe _\1... .j...
have been offered for their .
measures that DOES CUREcONSUMPTION ? CVa.PL5.SCfCISSIVLI tniDdoDIt5 ,K.OMfl.bM.s.Pt. .,..!I' W..II ..
who assume to build the Ignoranceof : WIll1aad iiI ;
upon
acceptance. It is unwise to ..uGIIITf'N: Pkltur., tii I t.ertb. mad faily_
brush these men aside as enemies the people will fail, while those who lb.VIsJsItW.IMWSeCISII' fuJi do.. Hit U ...Ike o.tf

of our order and obstructionists to recognize! their intelligence will surely .10<*MUM**SIS.ttm*!..ijaeaOT &;titj Cupipis.4DtN a oC_'hit 1".lur....tie...eenala_

succeed. The duty of all engaged in this O. It"
our reforms because they do not agree LOOMIS & NYUU, JjjCaS.IozueTIFFIH. _. .m. II.UlUB.AH.a.w.Vii.'Y.
with us upon all points. Whether theyor movement is plain and not easily misunderstood OHlO.ed' PRill ars W. bar' Mid Ma O la.
is not the It consist in an increased -- -- -- ...
right or wronsr question.The CkesliiiOL r7.rs.rjt5::
effort in all' methods of education.An ro.TIY&LY BIUUDIID r. i
is shall there be proper BnuGTKHEES
question an
open :
In its First GreeIiPant6trtcherAd ] &tDTCJf.. .
Stages (0.
honest performance of this duty during cli.'
full tfnd fair discussion all
VSEIY VtOETABH. J8 Cvrn". Boor. free reasonable ._ by eMdMiU M 0v* , ) plans and opinions and the ultimate the coming year will place the C UM, slw y MWmlnnil ant b THOROUGHLY RELIABLE. V' ::;= ::: Alliance in Ht Cars ymt gri VH gn Uu.BEECHAM'S t. II : ss. ia !_. MM }*3;:Ii
ABSOLUTELY SAFE. J I"'$.. election of those to 1 be carried through. a position absolutely impregnable I ET7. QKJCa-lt?,"71* W. pm.. ... Mn>t BuM-. N. J7.. ... ,.......... ..... **. IBt.t :
:, the assault the .. ___
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which are be.t for all classes of our citi. against II''_---- v -----------
FOB SALE IV ALl ORUOGJSTS. zenship clan and trickster. A united effort on

DILL H.ECHEKCK A SON PHILADELPHIA.P A. ... the part of all Alliance newspapers and I' T'1 ;
lecturers in advocating fearlessly and intelligently -
Alliance
Pleasant Ridge
Washington
G 1':&PE county Kansas passed the following the whole platform Alliance Li flecommendedbyPbians.Iieal
PENSIONS ,,
demands, will so instruct and unify the PILLS
Is Passed.___ resolutions: CldreZi tek. is without objection. Li duggl.t..
... people upon the great principle which HUT EJULISI KMIIU
r- -sad S Ub.i Whereas The tendency of capital is TU
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'mI15m.ao ) "'" .
.m ear that .
toeo.,; 's".. III.ftUo... _:.r _.. a._.. to combine and build op PWlurjlct thing they contain every .ubAUiancowould | Cure BILIOUS and

A simple bat iB-nalaan; ; ; Hay-Free*. Portable, interests in the East, leaving all the resources and be a member citadel of Its pure true defender.economic, Nervous JIt.".

Butnntactejred by C. B. Cnrler Rlenal Alcorneo and facilities of the West dor. every 25cts. a Box. '
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nty, MIB.. 8 ton of liay wUl pay for It. mant, and, National Economist_ X icwemrs lir'U8H. lou DiAlItJItD MD 4! '
0. A.LL DRVoaUIT t/ *fa>av *
rrs0b.t. P pel' I50 mu. Write for circular.C
wh-reas, We believe there are many ACCOKMXO &;;tin statement of President *
TV IS!: -m. =- Western localities where manufacturing Baker,of&he franklin: Bank.Baltimore, lad.H. -. rtuuNRomnta \ Th.
HDJUJ.I .,--&MI"- \ ky Kali.naal aaa reaiaai% -_ btterekU could be profitably sustained{ --coa.ac4l .WatMtcrCrowl....who felted Row lo Learn Hodtrn LannirtsW .-. .Las atrum .TrwntiruTW Iak, r,4 a,_ '

*. (Ai..... 44* >Ui. 5... -... K.A8THMA V. be it recently with had overdrawn kim account at tM 5e. *. r.a (flags... KaruAslerts ,'I- I' r.- S.LMI.s.,.. .5. .iear.m 54...*b. t.mJ.e 1.5.a..5_a.4 biaS. Jea.4 5..m Is D-----i'.4 ass..==-

V.?Lrrs: .. JLLU ,E oluJ, That the Alliance of JUaaa of tank 9100,000.the 1'u eul m-ddeo u'1"&DCIo believes upward hat UCOJIUJ:.. ttitti ARt or ........55=p.m.s-ei er pseea..a-.:=:::e&. 5.mist.e Sar eeaserl..Mu.l..dl.s. .5 i. 5'.Srsema ht....aI.elms'S. -i".
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lIeCfli.m. -- MMM. I *
:i r1a"itit tILM.W.FREE should use its Influence to induce m&4u- CasUer Oar.Jaar.wa* hypqpUstcL e.m .-i1 .aIMje4 v*. <*..X I. hW ;::... ta .....- ..IUU>>&. 'sj.tv.x-

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.' FRIDAY JAtf. 23, 1891. ..
:r. THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE, ----
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!:j /" LOCAL
../ I heavily on x b:1 'Id
Jr' !m i CLOTHINdHATS
j : l.It They also ::t OQ W1---
ConllnnrJ 1. a y
: from fogf T g
.....' L1J ', :: ::
:-Jlr*. J. H. ttolllns ha In some places o.a.na ggmt'
.?, 0 &
little dam it C l-l ?;
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Orlando.The It
\ .7' t7:: 1 !:II! prr SHOES
:,\ d; .' ladle of Titusville are tender veget o : :: a .- fr, ,
,' r; >1 t'4 t: 8. ,
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',te will remove all ::;
..
cd to meet at the Presbyterian CD RECEIVED
"a.t ::L ilw9R JUST
this Friday evening for the [ cc "'I I5CF
r ( ) i :

(s'.t organizing Union. 1'11111111 a "Woman's a I Kane,nearly Pa., has ten IIj g.ag..O:I .r/) g 0( c::>> 1lJ IrI i3 = := .ij =GOQ: !!;1J: AT THE :BAZAAR :

"
xrp : net for the Church, but the Beach, and g := Q. !!
"; and Ben'.eva Z. .>1 (II '1 0- ym
; at large.Ur... Hons of : plant "ne g.: .. MH .. .. tI; tI bgba3 t:1:: a. :; r Q t:1 0hf ::
Robt.
( [ :
to 3. "; ; Iw Sales Every
MondaJ
n tucky, Is in town, having Mr. W. II. A C ... ; CGm Special
v, Wednesday.The largest bass, so r ",, id Ito
Mr. E":: ,, 5i .
Henry
; ,: Ceo.- II. steamer Reed and Canaveral Engineer, } ; 201bs. 6; --e a tI"0 gOO. (i ,. !:!I' J' a '[ J. ,P. TURNER & COGroceries

hard, made a trip down the : :: >g 1 r... f'2 F" rJJ: : ItrJJ.ret ::1

of Canaveral' Banana Club Itlvcr, last for Friday plants;, for the Whiting next rJJ o z 8.S' aq x =a.z= i1 v e 8.i tJIr1( :: H -E. L. :: 3RrA.RY: .,

was the first steamer that had Henry to t:"" ? h-I : .p"e. aon !: m
tered frpm the north end, it at Melbourne S ; ,17 =.. 0.. :: (II .... Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer
i'"arO-H gy
little) excitement among the me with pIne- H w" 'gt' ,

-It la amusing to hear the a POt') t+ .ee... "::2'Wrn t:: ... I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of

of our townspeople as the Detroit, are o:1 g 1fLg a:I It'y8 Staple Sc :niiey Grocei'icM Fruit
=z= C
"nln passes by the station, The Doctor IDb m And Food Products

to the end of the wharf before and has SM.. :I ., L1J .... Of All Kinds: Also My Stock of
As far as we can learn, however, the passengers on this train have I cooler than 0CD WC :1F Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal,
E3
m
tickets to down-river points, I en ic) Ground Food and \Pheat.
not good'to layover at Titusville. becoming quite I I am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively the above !lined!
close' and will sell close. I invite correspondence solicit
animals, etc., Goods. I buy your and
BREVARD JAMES HOLMEH, President. your patronage. Very truly,
had, or dis COUNTY 313. I,. :BRADY.
Eau Gallie.We and foxes, Af.BF.itT A. T A yt.oR, Secretary.
fox, a live -
GEORGE M. BOBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM,
STATE
BANK
( ) rattlesnake .
are pleased to say that Mrs. I INDIAN RIVER Attorney-at-Law. Attorney-at-Lair.
will be here the end of the week. ,

Mr. and Mrs. W. Wilson were the to settle Sebastian all COCOA, FLORIDA, Robbins & Graham .

their grove on Monday, and. the Improve- REAL ESTATE ,
few friends. / CAPITAL:
as the Flem
Capt. Carey.ha* his new will be re Paid Up, $2r,OOO. ,

his house nearly tinfolied. The and that it Authorized.. JRIOO.OOO. EXCHANGE Real Estate Dealers.
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working bunion his place.It before next -

has been very gay here lately Is Now OPEN and Fully Equipped for COCOA) Indian River FLA ALL KINDS OF PROPERTY BOUGHT, SOLD, AND EXCHANGED.
pers and parties being the order a delightful ,
day. On the evening of the Oth from Mel- Banking in all its Branches Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Company.

Mr. William Treutler, proprietor Wednesday BUSINESS SOLICITED.

Eau G.illle Hotel, threw open his rather too Property of All Kinds Bought Sold and Titusvillc Brevard Co. Florida. '
ful )house to a large? number of the wide ver- Money to Loan on Approved Security ,
do honor to the Exchanged. P. O. Box, 250.:
to
anniversary the dancers, DIRECTORS: ,
After a splendid We'Buy and Sell All Kinds of Ilenl Estate and.are.Sole Agents fore
"birth-day. the utmost. ALBERT A. TAYLOR President.
large list of <'rarefully-Kclectcd> in all parts of Brevard county .
music, dancing and singing, attend on ac JAMES HOLMES, Vice-President. KELIAIILK Information furnished as to character, location and value of any Property "
and cigars ad libitum during the R.. B. HOLMES, Cashier. All inquiries will be promptlyand on Indian River. ,

vale, kept the guests plea In bloom In 11 J. M. SANDKIW, J. F. WOOTKN. reliably answered. 11 Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are unequalled
ployed until ,tv late hour, when and every effort will be made to Rive perfect satisfaction to intending PurchaMn
Is the who may favor us with their patronage.No .
wishing their host many happy River. Mrs. Properties listed unless the Title is Perfect. ,'

of the day. In bloom on The Clyde Steamship Co. Priced Special Lands attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desl1'lngarge bodies.of low-,

On the 10th, Mr. and Mrs. John avenue.-Up-[ Write for Descriptive Catalogue. ,'

"wall entertained a few friends at .. Eley's aloe ._ ._. -- f
And a very pleasant evening was 'ours, so the

Tuesday the 13th Inst, being : L. Sullivan- EDWARD ;
to date.
"Wm. Treutler's birth-day, the up STILING

gentlemen gave her a surprise :.

a very jolly evening was spent In p4 Cocoa Indian River Florida
--clng, singing, etc. The kind ,

.abo received some beautiful V'J Dealer in ; 1

-of flowers. Among those who a, welcome( t! 'JIJ. Paints Hardware
Tinware &
the surprise party were, the wife on Saturday. Stoves Agate areI,
'Gleason ;
Capt. and Mrs. Carey,
was down PLUMBERS' A MILL SUPPLIES TABLX
OILS
GLASS A PUTTY
,
:Mrs: J. Bassett, Mr. and Mrs. John number '
Capt and Mrs. Jones ). ? a & POCKET. CUTLERY, BARBED WIRE, WIRE NETTING,
". ] tt am time. New York, Charleston and Florida Lines.The & SPIRE CLOTH.
Betlaett, lttr;ranIrs. T.'G.
their two
Mrs. Sheppard, Mrs. J. W Green,
and Ethel- magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed -
JMzzee Bassett, Mis Lena> .
Mrs. J. N. tq sail as follows :
(Melbourne,) Miss R. Jones, m
Doctor has
(ITUDAAD TIML)
Jones; Messrs. Willie Gleason,
Mima,who From New York. From Jacksonville.
Gleason, Frank Turner, R. R. (tier 28,E.R.) STEAMER Florida.

.Eugene Bralnard, John McAllister, ; are happy Friday Deo. Wth,st 3 P, x....."CHEROKEE." ....Thursday, Jan. tAt, at 8,00 A. ..
Monda,.. Itoo. 2Btli,at S p. ......'BEM1NOLV .........Sunday, Jan. 4th, at 10,00 A. MWednesday
Seelman, R. R. Elliott, Helena, ; Deo. 31nt, as 3 P. .......'IKOQUOIS, .........Tueaday Jan. 6th, at 12,00: Moon o.p'
r'I
Geo. II..Clark, Rochester, N. Y.; frame up for Friday Jan. M. at 3 P. .AUSqutN..Tbunda, Jan. fth, at 1,30 p. .*'
In front of Monday Jan. 6th,at 3 P. *....."YEMASSEERundsy.: Jan. llth at ..00 A. x .
Howe, Meddell, Mass. Wedn"ilday.'Jan. Ttb,at 3 P, x."eMEKOKEE.Tuesday, Jan. 13th at e.oo s. M*
nearly oppo- Friday Jan. 9th,at 8 P. x."SEMLNOLE.Thursday. : Jan. 15th, at 8.00 A. M'
Wednesday being the birth-day Monday. Jan. 12th,at 3 P. ........IRQqUOIiI.l..Sund...,, Jan.' 18th, at 11,00 A. M'
suspicious Wednesday Jan. 14th at 3 P. ..... Jan. 20th, at Li-00: Noon'
John Daly, a few friends dropped houses. Friday ; Jan Ittth at 3 P. ......"YKMA8SEE/.ALUONl.lt.1N'/.Tullllday......... ; Jan. nth, at 1.30 p. .' --......
up Monday, Jan. mb,at 3 P. ......"('HEUOYj- ."?......Sunday, Jan. lath at 4 00 A. x' 3300H.S
SASEI aa.xoK
wish him "many happpy returns ( one, and It Wednesday; Jan. 21st sty P. M..... .SEMINOLEl..Tue.day. Jan. 27th, at 6.00 A. M* : :, :SEINES: : i
day." John was found firing Friday Jan. 23d, at 3 P. ......"IROQroiS, .........Thursday, Jan. 2ttth at 7.00 A. .' Lime &
; about large Monday Jan, 2tltb.at 3 P. ....!"ALflONQUIN,"......Sunday, Feb. lat, at 11.00 A. )!II' Cement, Shingles & Lath.
was questioned as to whether he ; f Wednesday; Jan. IWth,at 3 P. x....."YEMARStj.Tuesday!. Feb. 3d, at 11.08 A. M* Guns, Ammunition and Fishing Tackle of all kinds. Ship Chandlery Goods,Gills,
Feb. Bth, at li.OO: Noon'ew.
Friday; Jan. 30th at 3 P. x."CHEROKEs..Thursday; .
cooking the "turkey" for the of Titus- Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasoline Stoves, Coffins and Caskets;
reply was: "No, gentlemen, Lam .. ARTESIAN WELL PIPE a Specialty. Lawn Mowers, Ice
to make It a little wanner for you, our place, St. Johns River Line. Cream Freezers; Brick Lime Cement and 1l
than Mime on Chimney Pipe; Flags. & Bunting;
out, (the weather being a d canvasing Table and Pocket Cutlery;'Mouldings, Scroll Work, etc., etc. I
chilly outside at the time.) The Catalogues sample cards and size lists sent Correspondence )
free
'by Talmage. For Sanford, Enterprise. and Intermediate Points on solicited on application,
and estimates Y
VM steaming up, glasses for that the St. JohnsRlver. furnished promptly.
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mon and sugar stood on the table; her success. :

asked the good hostess for the ; The elegant Iron Side-wheel Steamers 1
then in went the water-of Ray, of TI. "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE "
hammock ,
thing elite; but when the second We are glad A. SHAW, J. S. Watson Co

WM:"norther"stowed had away changed, they all to *" promin- "FREr'K DE EARY," ,

around us, Capt. T. W. LUND, Jr.,
John la building a pretty little We Are appointed to taU from Jacluonrtlle, daily except Saturday at 3.30 p. m., and from Sanford, ', t
his better half, about which we will success. dally; except Sunday, at 9.a.m. Commission t

more to say when it is christened.Too BOCTHBOUXD. SCHEDULE. NORTHBOUND.Read .

[ late for our hut Issue.] Kansas City, COAT Read 3JO Down.p. M.............................JacksonrUla..........................Arrhre 11.45 I'p.P. x. AND i
of fertilizer *> 4.00 P. .................................talatka.............,................Leave 7.00 p. x ,
1 JO A. M.................................Astor............. ................ 2.00 p. x'
Melbourne. soon as pos- 1.45.. II............................Bt. Franco........................... U: .''- p. x'. FORWARDING MERCHANTS
all for M BOOA. x.r.................Hereford............................ 11.43 A. !
.. .,00... .............................lIlu. Bering.Arrive&oo ............................ 11.00.. x'
will haul and A. x.............................BMiford .........................,. ...00... X'
Sis-hand euchre the first aiS.. *..............,......... ......teryrlee............................. 11.30... *'
:be ,an attraction these parties cool evenings.Wild to see this, General Passenger and Ticket Office, 88 W. Bay St., Jacksonville: Dealers in Fertilizers
.
will be. F.M. IRONMONGER Jr.. Florida J'aIIenK"r AgnJl2'SclSXvlJ&'wi? "'1111"* ,
ducks J.O. K"nt.on wbuf.foot h
tame in the
are so
JOHN !. Htf\VAHIt, )' rida Freight Agent,tout Lean Street Jacksonville.Fla.J. P. Henderson & Co's Seeds
that they will hardly move out of cemetery A.LESLIK, Superintendent foot Laura Street Jacksoorllle. Garden
and we of- Til!':."G.KUKlt.: Traltto ..aw&I..llIowlln< wsy, ; ILL. U.CLYDE.As.'.TnJtto Manager Bowling Ureen,New York.

Lumber U on the ground for a to passers sleep in.by", WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Gen'l Agents., Orange Boxes, Crates & 'PPCEMENT *.
fortable little frame house
on Dr. II Sooth Wharves,Philadelphia. *Howling Green New York.

I man' pre-emption Banana River.A we think pines PLASTER & HAIR. AGENTS FOR OCALA ICE .

large flock of gannet passed
or two were Agents for the C. F. T. REFRIGERATOR CARS.
I Tuesday, bt"ind south. We hope
I do not precede another cold wave. Dry Goods Carpets Matting Etc.ntLolosAle Will FurnishCar.Wh. Desired sad...that|they....pfoptlj W.&DED.ICED.1UJ.I.e
whistles of ED, and TRACED to D *Unatlon.w.2irSUy .
,
A few tourists in to
drop see us at the all kinds of in '*ct
Fruits
Skin
Vegetables Furs and ;
nota.ll.We .
laionally, and several strangers have The cue of "" t3 : Sell anything offered ,
|ly arrived and settled for the winter. add those claim to have the Largest Selection in the State. Our prices compare favor Correspondence solicited to us.

Mr. Hector's new store Is finished now pass, ably with the prices North. Special attention paid to orders and correspondence.We on any wants you may have. .t C01

1 being filled rapidly with new very quiet. keep from the Cheapest to the Best Grade. Respectfully J. S. W"Advocafe"loFPrinting --_
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fine line of dry goods and c1l> the through Describe your wants and the right goods will come.
-ell M groceries.: Is won fol-

Pineapples are still on sale at down the :Kohn., I'uxohgott ds Co., Office
branch'* store. Egg plant and so on all
; 1'I I I .T .";' :F'LA.Oe11Jme :: .
pew turnip and snap-beans are in o'clock at .A.O IO V COMPLETE OUTFIT OF NEW TYPE OF THE LATEST

it also. goes out DESIGNS. GIVE US A TRIAL.



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