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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 30, 1891
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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KOTICKS.' -The Signal Service thermometer reg. -Capt. C. F. Fischer and his schooner -Mr. D. I. Gaulden has been spend- -Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Richard, of Chl- Sow Ktco for Wild Ducks. i ,

: Istered 74 degrees In the shade yester yacht Ellie, returned to town Saturday.Mr. lug a few days at Eau Oallie.Mr. ago, were In town yesterday.Mr. s l
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day. I .' and Mrs. D. B. Paxton, of -- O. L. Grldley, of Minneapolis, J. E. Bradley, of New York, A Hint to Mrmbori of the Canaveral Club.

E Divine serrlca every Sunday t morning at 11. -Mrs. D. Strickler and Miss L. Stnck-'Clinch Haven, Ga., have been spending was In town Tuesday.Mr. was in town this week. Wo submit the following for
I Rev B.F. Drown will officiate the second and
1 o'clock.,urth Sunday*-morning at 11 and evening at ler, of New York, Penn.; and Miss Bridler a day or so in town. J. II. Dudley, of Macon, Ga., Since the wind veered round from consideration by the Canaveral .' .' tr'Chub. j w

1 Sunday School at a o'clock p. m. of Fabrlplla, Fla., were in town n -Stop at the "Melbouino House" was a visitor to town this week. the cold tuartl.'re have been having This association! owns about f e ,

I Holy Communion second Sunday In the short time this week, before leaving for when you visit Melbourne. Fishing, -Mr. S. E. Carpenter, of Boston, onto lovely days this week.
onth. other points down the river five thousand acres of land, which,, ?
and
Rev. B. F. Knows, Rector. shooting sailing. lass., was visitor. to town Wednesday. Rumor says there will soon bo a i
-Messrs. Clarkson and Rockwell, of -For Sale grand piano two change in the schedule of the J. T. A hey have acquired to be used! by 1
square, -Money t Money I I Money t t II t to ; '
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PRESBYTERIAN CIIURCH.rreachlnlf Jacksonville, chartered the sloop Magic tools and cover; pcifect order; very loan on real estate. Apply to Bobbins&: K. W. Railway. the members for ,duck shooting. ,, t t' ,

[I, m. Sabbath every School Sabbath at 8.30 at 11 a.a.m.m.Prayer and 7 last week, and one day they shot eighty cheap if sold Immediately. Address, G. Graham, Tltusville, Fla. Purser C. II. Watson, who has recovered It scents to us, if the following ar-I : f ''e

Reeling Wednesday evening at T 30. ducks. Capt. Ed. Titus was In com W. Indlanola.t.. f.
every
Schuyler, -Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Fitzgerald and from his late illness, Is now on title has any value, no better field\ !t
Rev J.NO. Fuv 1'antor. mand of the .
yacht.Mr. -Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Wilson, of Rtd- family arc now snugly rnsconsed their i the St.: Augustine, running between Tit. could be found titan that possessed ,: 't "

and Mrs. F. W. Bacon, of Dalton ley Park, Pa. arrived In town Sunday I usville and Oimond.
,
I and ncatlooklnlreMltlence..
BAPTIST CHURCH. snug hy the club ; their holding being
I Preaching every 4th Sunday at 11 a. m. and' Ga., are stopping in town, having morning, and after taking a drive Mr. and Mrs. John A. Stevens of -Fur sale, 1,1>QO acres of land fronting I .
I of marshes low lands
pj p. m. Sunday school every Sunday at 4 p. 11rarer \ anived here on Monday through the country started next day composed ,
four mike Indian River In South
meeting every Thursday at VA P,m. New York, who have been down the on mud Huts shallow bayous etc.
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House to rent from three to ten for Rockledge. They started back to "
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address
Rev A. D.COHKK,Pastor. river returned homewards onVednesday's lIreva l. For Information, W. i
on a trip, find extends ten miles along the .
rooms, furnished, on Indian River.-Ap- 'hlladelphla. on Monday night's train. train. A. B.uigh, Tltnsville, I'h2"t.f.. 'i: "
Atlantic bench with width t
ocean a
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CATHOLIC CHURCH. ply to A. Hildretli, Indianola, Merritt's -We are just, in receipt of a letter
-About fifty ladles and gentlemen
cabin launch of four miles. ;
-The SOft.
I Dclphino,
Mace and Sermon at 10f o'clock am. Sunday Island Fla. 21* yf
Maeonlo ball. from our estemed friends Mr. and Mrs. have visited the ADVVCATK: office this
at
omlng Is for charter, by the hour or day, for Tho Florida Anrlfiiltitritt recommends f ,
Rev.J. F. BOYLE, Rector. :Mr. II. A. Kellam, of the firm of Falk- Baxter, of Ottawa, Canada, who spent any point on Indian lUvcr.-Address, B.R' week for the purpose! o( viewing tho aloe the sowing of rice for wild ducks, and :

ncr, Kellam &: Moore, manufacturing 80 many pleasant months in our. tovyi. Jerome, Rockledge, Fla. 24t.f.Mr. which Is. in bloom. goes. on to say "it will paywoll to ini- 4

opticians, Atlanta, Ga., gave us a pleasant Mr Baxter Is the chief of the government prove marshes, low-lands, ponds and 1 '
LOCAL N wS. call yesterday.We finance department, at the above place. II. A. Hodges, the lumber merchant -Wanted, some good budded oranges itream of water that have mud bottoms :
of Satsuma Heights, was In town .rccs. State variety, ago of bud, size, by sowing duck's rice (Klxanla aquatic t
understand that Mr. L. R. Decker We are pleased to learn both are well. Indian lee water oats It Is annual i
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this week and reported bus- price, etc. Address, J. O. Walton, Eau ) an '
1\ day or so I
Society and General Gonulp In connection Is doing a big business in IIarriman, Cottage containing 7 rooms, suitablefor Gallle, Indian River, Fla. + will spread all over marsh land!, and don Iff'i
(ness as being very !good. Horses and cattle cat Its
not illo out.
with Indian RIver and Lake Worth .flcI for two families also
I Tenn. AJ present he has contracts ; single rooms, to 1 t
-Mr. and Mrs. Louis F. Williams of of leaves
luxuriant
Indian River Steamboat Co. growth as freely AS
-The
I dons daring pant week. Brief mention of house. let with fine cistern house
thirteen stores and one dwelling ; finely situated and It is excellent for
1 Vow York, have left town. Mr. WII- rountf augnr-cano, i
Interacting Event*; About People 1 ouKnow and East Coast Transportation Co. are
We are glad to hear It, friend Decker. and in first class order; first door fattening stock of all kinds, fed either ,
him
and People You Don't Know- business in I hams who had! his bird dog with Iff'f
now doing a large passengers The seed
west of J. M. Sander's store block green or cured. are absolutely
I Picked by Oar Society Editor. If have ; one
Antimlgralne.
Dp -Try you has been for few days
quail shooting a ,
from steamboat landing Brcvard Avenue and freight. The winter travel has fairy sure to grow, flourish and return a generous i
headache use Anti migraine. Antimigraine commenced. and met with good success. heavy and Is always sure (
Advertisements under this headng Cocoa. 'Enquire of M. Gould Del- Yleltli '
will cnre your headache. Anti- Johnston tho forage crop ant yields so heavily,
-Mr. P. S. popular
are ten cents per line per week. migraine the great cure for headache anoy Avenue, Cocoa, Fla. 242& Jiy" By subscribing >1.RO per annum so abundantly, so surely, so continually 4 .
for the ADVOCATE, It will only cost you traveling auditor of tho J., T. A K. W. as wild duck's rl,8.vIM rice always :.
-Get the ADVOCATE at Dr. Scieveu's. Use Antlmigraine and stop your head -Mr. Geo. Envoy, of Tropic, the hap- r
Three Cents Per Wrrl, upstage Included, Railway, made flying trip to Tltusvlllom does well In pond and streams.' It
Ive Cents per copy. ache. See advt. on page 5. 251 py father of another bouncing boy, gaveus United This Wednesday. He just had time to say should bo planted !In August and September .
of the States.
to part I !
call this week. any broadcast from the shores
lIe
a reports thingsat or
-Capt. Mercier gave: us a peep in on -At the Presbyterian Sunday School, 1'Ilow-do-you-do" to a few friends, and
mall sum will not ruin you. From boat, In one to eight feet of water j
uesday, and we were pleased to see him last Sabbath, Mr. M. E. Weaver was elected Tropic as being very satisfactory. started oft on tho train again. mud bottom. It
having a every
No* frost touched his for -Rev. Mr. Huntington and daughter, grows t
looking so well.: Superintendent In place of Mr. G. B. vegetable crop, Lieut. Swift went to Cocoa last rapidly. As an attraction for wild fowlit
which he Is anticipating big prices this of Hartford, Conn., expect to leave for be l
and John R. cannot
who declined Mr. equaled. ;
Rumph, ; I.
-Mr. Ja Thompson, of Indianola, season. We are glad to learn some escaped Florida on Monday next, and may be Monday- and opened- a telegraph/ office at< 1

as in town Tuesday,' and reported Walker, was elected Assistant-Superin the frost.Warranty looked for about the 7th prox. They that point, much to the gratification of

hinge in the above neighborhood as bong tendent In place of Mr. Weaver, promo- are respectively father and,eider of Mr.J. the people there at. The office Is located ,Canal Connecting the St. Johns 1 .1

In flourishing condition.Mr. \ ted. W Iluntlngton. In the store of Mr. Edward Stlllng, "

H. J.'Tiffin, of Montreal,. Cana- -Mr. and Mrs. J. B. McDonald, who -Mrs. S. W. Curtis, stepmother oi one of Cocoa's popular merchants.A What a Jacksonville, Paper Has to Bay'm t

la valuable land at have been on a trip down the river, returned the Subject. P v
: who owns some Satisfaction and Quit-Claim Mrs. 8.,D. Geiger, who has been on a ,- beautiful 14-room residence and I

'ourtney, arrived In Jacksonville yester- here Tuesday, and gave our officea Deeds for Sale at the ADVOCATE pffice. trip to New Zealand and Honolulu ground, within 60, miles of New York In several recent issues we have ': I

lay, on his way to Indian River. pleasant calL They started for New Wedding s**__ Cards (Sandwich Islands), returned here on City, will IM exchanged for Florida land. endeavored to point out the advantages '

-Mrs. W. S.
among the sick ones during the is the energetic special agent of the 1 receive a share of your B. having spent a very pleasant time while valuable hind on Long Island. All entirely way of a harljor, and have shown ',,_ '
sat week. We to see her about Hartford Fire Insurance Co., and has :SoI Job Work-envelopes, t!; free from encumbranco of ,
hope { } away, and attended court at Honolulu.A. any that by the construction of ,a pier '
his office in Atlanta, Ga. a letter-heads,note-heads, ?w
gain soon. kind. Address, J. B. Albert, Tltusville, at that point the Indian River
bill-heads, statements, J. Brunbach and wife, J. G. Leln- .
-The attention of our readers is Florida. 25* would be of
and Ernest independent
-Messrs. John McAllister ,or anything else. back and wife, A. S. Lelnbach, wife and country
alyor",of Eau Gallie, placed their auto- drawn to the new advt. of the Seville daughter J. A. Strohecker and wife, J. -Ir. and Mrs. Luther Jones, of Now Jacksonville and Savannah. .oUf. t

phs on the Indian River Hotel regis- Poultry Farm, at the top of page 6. This V H. Printz,and wife, II. S. Hartman and York, who have been stopping in town remarks are already attracting attention ",'t:; t

r Tuesday.Mr. firm, under the management of Mr. P wife Wm. Leltherser and wife and A. D. for a week or two, left for Rockledge and the Jacksonville /papers _

J. C. Norwood was in town yes- S. Johnston, is doing quite a large business1 ,-Stop at the Titusville Meat Market, Brunbach, all of Reading, Pa., who have yesterday. They have spent several appear to bo alive to the dan}'}' ...}

erday, under compulsion, for he said throughout Florida. Anyone wantIng on Washington Avenue, when you come been on a trip to Jupiter and Lake winters In California, the south of Europe ger of losing the trade of our pro-

hat neither the St Lucie nor St. Augusine anything'In the poultry or egg line to town. Fresh eggs, chickens, vegetables Worth, arrived in town on Wednesday and also In Algiers, Africa; and ductlve section, as will be Been by t '

would land him at City Point. He would do well to write the manager. are now trying Florida by way of a the following article taken from a "
beef, pork sausages, Tennesoo but night, and took the train for Jackson- .
anaged to get home to-day. -The new brick store of Mr. Frank ter, etc. E. J. Davis, manager,' 24tf. vine yesterday, on their way north I change. They left for Rocklodgo yesterday recent issue of the Jacksonville ; t
is almost ready for afternoon. While paying our officea Tribune: Y
Budge occupancy.
-There is no doubt but that there are whom had the to \ t ,
-Dr. Horace Berry, we said a sporting man \
Florida at than It has an ornamental front of cast and "Fencing, call, they said they would visa Eau "Action needed. The people of the k .; !1
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present
ore people of in Jacksonville the railway ,
while he
pleasure meeting our city editor, was on the '
galvanized iron. This week the plasterershave Gallle later on. Indian River country are agitating
ver atone time before. They do not been busily engaged putting the about four years ago, was in town the wharf, "is one of the most enjoyable -The body of Robert McCollougb, of question of building a pier at Canaveral .
lake a"show, as formerly, for the reason end of last week. He is representingthe of sports." Maybe It Is; but still long enough for ocean, steamers to touch f
with Moss
hard finish the inside. This store Turnbull, who In company f
on
hat scattered all over the and connect the pier and Banana lUvwr i ,
they are
Antimlgralne Co., and gave us a there are liable to be exceptions. For
tate.. Even the line of the Pen- will be a credit to Tltusville when everything Thompson, started, Sunday week, for with two miles of railroad, and by this .
along pleasant call while in town. instance If It the City Park that t '
were .
the entire trade of the rich t
Is in and it Is up fixed in proper Mr. Vann's place at Clifton, on Moe.quite means bring the
acola and Atlantic ;Railroad ,there area I, -Mr. C. P. Horton, president of Canaveral lad to be fenced, and one had to split Lagoon, was recovered Saturday) and growing Indian River country to

number of tourists; and among them order. Club, and Mr. R. C. Heaton, of the rails, we are under the Impressionthat last, entangled or lashed to the rigging) Canaveral pier', where it Is claimed dally i 4
ulte a percentage who are looking for -Dr and Mrs. Graham, with! the remains arrived there would be a deal of "kicking"In connection can be had with New' York .
here their
Boston
Monday, on of the sailboat We are told the body and other northern seaport It Is claim
homes. There are ten places in South of Mr. Kemp S. Graham, arrived way to the above Club, for the purposeof the sport was recovered near Black Point. Parties ed that seventy-five thousand dollars )

Florida now where a year or two ago safely in Philadelphia at two o'clock p. hunting. They started for their destination -We received an invitation from Mrs have been hunting for the body of would put the scheme In operation. One ,..i
there were none. Tampa has next in last Thursday. The funeral-atten of the argument advanced in favor of 4' '
m. Tuesday morning.In W. H. Peck of Cocoa to attend a to this date
,
Moss Thompson.-but up we i.
number to St Augustine, while the ded by the relatives and many friends- this enterprise \I., that It would male .t t )
a'; I consequence of failing health, 1 I "Phantom Party" on Tuesday night. have not heard of Its being recovered. the Indian River country independent ol -
is rival to Indian
West Coast powerful took Dr. Graham intended
place on Friday.
I wish to greatly curtail my business and Pressure of business precluded our at- Our LaGrange correspondent refers to Jacksonville. .
and Halifax rivers. At, obscure points leaving New York on Monday would tend to do haft 1f
to reduce stock offer it for cost tending. As there was to be dancing, the above sad accident. "That so, we ."'
all around the coast are camping and and we expect him in Titusville this my ; well no doubt, and this I is just where action ',
boating parties, and even the Everglades afternoon. I I II My grocery stock and furniture will be music, and other amusements, as as -The Ice cream, cake and oyster festival l I. needed. Thin Indian .River: country ,; ,

are being invaded. The people are certainly I I II kept replenished-and sold at greatly reduced refreshments, we have no doubt that In connection with the Episcopal rich and productive and Is rapidly becoming r

I -The bear, which has been a great profits. My sales will be for cash those who were present spent a very; church, took place, Wednesday evening wore so. Its trade, naturally IJs"come
here but like the darkey's frisky I II
source of attraction to visitors at the only.-GEO. B. RCMPH. 22*. enjoyable evening. Everything was free. In the building owned by Capt Jas. to, and through Jacksonville; but
pig, hard to count-Palatka Herald. I here Is a desire Intimated to divert that t
' of the Indian River hotel for some months -The woman who sweetly tells old Mrs. Peck is just the lady to carry out Pritehard, on Main street, and was fairly trade from I Its natural channel to *s.. '
chief
Swift
Lieut Jas. A. past, was removed yesterday afternoon bachelors that they ought to get married, these enjoyable little social parties successfully. well attended by the residents of our other, and one that we cannot help t*

U. 8. Signal Service in this section, was I to the place of the owner, Mr. J. M. Lee, that they may get some one to keep town as well as by strangers. In add!. think, would not be so satisfactory am
nominated on the Oth lD lt. by President other method of transportation to *n4
Lieutenant of Cavalry, to of Rockledge. A great many regret their clothes in order and look after their -Mr. L. Furchgott, of the firm of Non to the refreshments referred to from thin region,I to and by the way ol .

HArrison as and Is Bruin's departure, as he was a great pet. comfort generally, Is the same womam Kohn, Furchgott A Co., Jacksonville, above there was candy enogu to pleasethe Jacksonville, could, and should be madov f'

rank from Nov. 1st, 1878, assignedto Mr. Hersey, the late owner, was in who lies in a hammock, wrapped In aLice accompanied by his wife, arrived in town most fastidious and beautiful flowers These people doubtless think they have t
the 7th Cavalry-the famous fighting charge of the bear while on its trip to a grievance which should be looked lnt of would make t
shawl and a novel, while her husband Sunday morning. This was the firs that the sight many;
regiment of that arm of the service, and and the trade of this region secured fur
which took such a prominent part in the the steamer. struggles with a button, a needle, trip they had ever made to Indian River a northerner's eye glisten with delight Jacksonvilla beyond the peradventure fit "* '

noted -Mr. and Mrs. Philip Walter, of Jack. and a desire for profanity up In the bathroom During the afternoon. they took a drive The large room was decorated by Mrs a doubt We believe that there in on* '
recent Indian outbreak the most
sonville, paid our town a visit on Sun- says the Orlando Record. _with other friend -into the suburbs Wetmore and :Miss Katie Pritchard, way that our city can make tale raluabl. 'c
being the action. at Wounded Knee creek, I and growing trade, and that I. for oar
in which It lost two officers and a number day; started for Rockledge Monday Colds still seem to be going around to see the orange groves and view the while some of the other ladle bad aneatldreaa.ed Board of Trade to take the lead In .eon. ,

of killed as well as quite a morning; and returned home the same our town. A man who called at our of- country, and left, on the steamer Swee fancy stall In the southeast nectlng the St. John's with the India 4 '

number men wounded. ,This noted regiment evening, on the ten o'clock train. Mr flee to subscribe for the ADVOCATE:, ap ney, next day for Rockledge While at. corner of the building. The affair River by a canaL The plan Is feasibly, .t'l.
Walter is clerk of the United States Rockledge they received a telegram I was quite a success, and the takings the distance 1s short, and the amount ct
to have fair kind of cold
Is stationed at Fort Riley, Kansas. peared a very capital required would be very small .
Court, at Jacksonville, and we were his that their little child was quite. amounted to 40.W. Th fancy booth '
Lleut. Punsell who was stationed at In his bead, and while pouring out stating when compared to the great benefit
TUusvOle has been pleased to meet him while in town. wrath against the germs that are still 111 with cold and fever, so they returned was In charge of Mesdames Robbins and would do to the Indian Hirer country *
assigned -
some time ago, stationed in They joined a party in a country. drive 'going around, looking for victims, he home Immediately,Instead of taking the Budge; the candy stand was attended. by and to the future prosperity of our elt). 1 .
13th
tothe Infantry, afternoon. Worth which Intended Mrs. and Miss Mabbette; Ice cream, cake By a canal of this kind Jacksonville
Sunday dad cedsns ad depressed to Lake they '
the Indian Territory These changes, said: I bab no dont a trip would be given water trauaportatl--. I
including a number of others, are made Notice. For the benefit of parties I tibe would show dad about did We hope they found the little one much and oysters. by Mesdames Wetmore, with all point on Indian Banana 8&..',-g>,' +

pursuant to the Act of Congress tranaferring wishing to visit New Smyrna from pointson persod out of ebery den are au'berlngfrob better on their return. Mrs. Furchgot Fischer, Brown, Prichard and Decker; Luele and Halifax rivers. This Is *a 3

theWeather Bureau and telegraph Indian River, tickets will be.old to a biserable, DUty code in de ed. will chaperon the young lady dancers in grab bag, by Miss Daisy Swift; while the Important matter, and one that should J
the Kiraess waitresses as near as we can remember, not be neglected if Jacksonvlllel em*
dance at ,
lines to the Agricultural department "parties of five or more on one ticket," Sneezy thing to catch, a code U. He the Japanese Larsen onus to be Florida's metropolis til t ,
Parkhnrst
Although this appointment be for one fare the round trip, till Jan. 31st' then commenced to cough and sneeze which Is being rehearsed for the Sub- were the Misses Egger, must be continually on the alert end t
may very .
satisfactory to Lleut. Swift and family Titusville to Rockledge for 85c. The( to his heart's content, and as the tears Tropical. We were pleased to meet Mr Hale and Prichard; and Mesdames look after. her Interests. and see to it 1
trickled down his weather-beaten but and Mrs. Furcbgott while in town, and Burns and Harris. There was some that everything poudble 1s done, aot .
our townspeople will be sorry to lose boat train no longer stop at Tituivffle dance afterwards but at the only to secure her present trade, but to. t
of
Indian talk
* will not be long ere they a
them would find it mach pleasant countenance, we went on with hope It pay and To do acUon.. k
station
The ADVOCATE wishes the Lie at. so passengers I extend enlarge |It. so ,
editor left there no
every success in his new field of labor. more convenient to take the steamer our work, and gave him time to "work River another visit; but they had time our city was constant action. 1* necessary talk and t

Lieut Swift and wife have made Sweeney at the Town Wharf.-O. F on" his "code." Warm weather set 10 better bring the baby along next time, sign of Itjy revolutions will not do It we sea
many -
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friend during the time they have resided Paddison, gent freight and pass agent, Wednesday, so probably the "codes"wU1 so that they may make a longer stay In Local Canned. on Fagt S.I .talking are acting. and to passing our detriment.resolutions** otbtm J

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OVER ALABAMA.Various I
:' Coast ,Advocaio.I ana These figures aDd declare I Urn
Tk8'' RazL decrepit patients. ousted and tbe president Dan rid Co.'s Report for Past
4 facts are very encouraging for those who he will not resign unless the AliUnco Week. t
believe In the rational treatment of criminals demands it, and h want
) FLORIDA.TbV Things That are Hap- as well as of the insane, for it is NEWS OF THE ORDER FROM to large know what tbe ju
TrnisvlLLE. s pening Around Us. coming to be well understood that crime ALL SECTIONS. committee Is going to do aiwut it. trade says: How far the situation and
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which, while they are not yet classified at once by the executive council coinage bill by the senate is as yet mainly

,,Statistical Institute of Rome'MnonBcei W. P. Thompson mayor of Tnskegee, in Hut of forms of mental alienation, are Items of Interest to Alliancemen of queste that i body President HcOrath wasr : a matter of conjecture. Reports of the
cent of after a sickness of three four allied to them aid of trade at different
r that sixty-three per only or undoubtedly closely aiiMtpd to brine before thn commit- state points reflect
.
&n' Italians Are unable to read orAn days with la grlppd, died lost Thursday.Half must one day be entered among them. vO Everywhere.The an affidavit front Congressman Turner, mainly on the situation prior to that

the people of that town are reported t. ChleMt. Senator Berry and Congressman Perkins, vote, and show an improvement in the

'wTIW: sick with la grippe. The commissioners from Alabama to Owinnett County Alliance met a exonerating him from any collusion with volume of business\ easier money markets

English' company has made, a Upon receiving the report of the post- the World's fair at Chicago, the lady few weeks ago and began the ground the Republican leaders. The president and a more cheering outlook.
office Inspectors of their managers and their alternates have issued this The railway situation is better and
of the Is!. Investigation work of a $15,000 guano factory. either bad not attempted to secure
proposal to. the legislature Into tbe trouble'at the following address: detective brighter Europe does not
Catherine, Ala., Post- % or has been unable to do so. A prospects now
and of Nassau to lay a cable to the master General Wanamakerbas abolishedthe To His The Alliancemen of Texas are pushIngabead was then employed to investigate his appear to be selling American. securitiesto .

'coast of Florida if an annual subsidy postofBce at that place. Governor Excellency, Thomas O. Jones in the matter of a new cotton record for the last three months, and it a largo extent.
La has and the General Assembly of factory. It has been located at committee which baa INCREASED' EXPORTS.
U granted it. grippe had Birmingham and district the State of Alabama bagging was his report
:
its Marble Falls. alliance president's temporary Exports of merchandise heavily exceed:
at mercy. In the city there were Alabama resulted in the
is
known
many thousands of case, but fornutely to possess more undeveloped ... disgrace. He is charged with imports value. At New York, fot
From a comparison .the registersof resources than almost any is still at with thus far the increase in
they were of the milder type. The malady other in The Alliance Exposition open having had frequent consultations January exportsover
state the union.
measurements made for army pur is said to make one dream of suicide. or when The day has Ocala, Fla., and President R. F. Rodgers Republican leaden and having made expcnditures last year had been $1,400,000 or

poses it appears that American soldiers some more desperate deed. now revealed come to all these nations.resources The can be also at the head of the State Alliance, from the a liance funds which about 12 per cent, while imports here

are, oo the whole, as well developed as Gtdsden is congratulating herself on exposition provided World'sColombian for by is giving it his ,personal s attention. were not in the line of his duties as pres show a decline of $2.DOGMG. or about
of
15
cent. Preliminary
-those who fill the ranks of European her The chances bill now for in securing free provides delivery.that hundredth act of congress, celebrating of the the four An Alliance co-opperctive store is to be ident. V per of cotton, breadstuffs reports, provisions exports ,

.armies congress anniversary discovery opened at Ocala, Fla., as .00n8l$111.000. cattle and petroleum in December showan
to get free delivery the postofBce of America ELIGIBILITY IH TDK ALLIANCE.
gross by Christopher Columbus in
the needed capital stock is fully sub aggregate of $74,184,440, against
receipts must be over $3,00Gad.den'. the of in the lettei pre
in
city Chicago state of Illi- is President Livingiton a long
scribed. One-third of the amount cedent. Hence it that the
The'tax commission that excess
the
proves will reach nearly $0,000 per annum. no.'s: offers to Alabama such an opportunity to the sub-Alliances and Alliancemen regnrdin appears
in hand. of in December in!
was large
.City of Berlin has now 200 millionaires Alabamians will appreciate the honor to advertise our untold mineral already ... eligibility question, among spite exports of the decline in the movement very of

In Its population, being 21 mOt"ethan conferred upon Bliss Julia Tutwiler by and agricultural wealth and other advantages Out ia Kansas and some other of the other tinge, says: breadstuffs, which higher prices tend to
the International Association of Teachersin as will not made duty at Macon by
at the beginning of the presentyear perhaps occur again western states, the Alliances are confidentthat "It was my prolong.
selecting her to read a pafjcr on "Fe- in tho next century. Alliance the State Alliance to bring to your notice
singing campaign song, FLUCTUATIONS IK PRICES.
and tfo more than In 1880. male Education in the South" at the The World's Columbian exposition had no little to do with the great victories that there were members in the order who
meeting of the association in Toronto promises to be without a parallel in the the fanners. were not eligible when received. The For the pact week, with wheat 1 per

The German army is so badly pro- next June. history of civilization. It; will be both won by same convention required of me in the cent. higher, corn and oats practically

.Tided with officers that the Emperor Governor Jones has issued a proclamation international and universal. All the nations Buncombe County'sAlliance has arranged event that such members were not dismissed unchanged and cotton wheat thrce-sixteentni
reward of the of the earth will vie with one another the to suspend the Alliance to which higher, the exports of have been
offering a $400 for ar- schedule of with ,
a prices ,
has issued ordinance by which the about half last of
an of year's flout
in sending their of all the attached. Please find here the only ;
rest and' delivery( to the sheriff in the displays tobacco warehousemen of Asheville N. they are '
number will\ be increased during the jail of Bibb county of the party or various results of human skill, thoughtand C., and the warehouse committee makean eligibility clause as amended by the last less than a quarter and of corn only one-

next few years and the term of instruction parties who murdered R. II. Jones, imagination. Millions of dollars will earnest appeal to the members of the State and National convention held in eighth, while the exports of cotton showa

in the military academies sheriff of-Jackson parish, Louisiana, at be expended in- the, grand enterprise.Not order to recognize this action as binding August and December, 1890: 'No.,person considerable decrease for increase the week in, in spite of Pork the

Randolph, Bibb county. only the federal government of the them until the experiment has been shall be admitted as a member of receipts.
Will be shortened United upon has not changed but lard and hogs are
but each of the
States white
one this over
order except a
person
tried and drawn by
be
The Farmers' Alliance of the northern fully not to away
lower. Oil is | cent lower. and the
several have already'contributed who is believer in
states sixteen of a
drummers for other years age,
of Lauderdale have declared "oily-tongued
There is no truth in the alleged destruction portion county lavishly, or will so contribute to the end markets." the existence of a Supreme Being and speculative markets are generally rather
and her
a boycott against Florence that the and 6f the than six weak outside of those above mentioned.
of Pyramids for building government people has resided in tbe state more :
merchants. The grievances is United States shall not be ashamed of and is either farmer or silver\ bullion has acted curiously. Haying
material The real facts that the founded by Tho Alliance is all right in principle months : let a
; are upon some measures passed their risen to 48t before the
this
monumental enterprise.The farm laborer 2d mechanic pence passage
Carolina ; a country ;
the Gold North
the board of aldermen to tho federal says Leaf, of ;
loose the base protect bill it fell to
stones accumulated at Is of the silver 48f on Friday
government, as well 3d 4th a country
butchers who the only danger in sight is in its being a country preacher; ,
a heavy special license
'ire being removed,to lay base the lowest from the pay butchers end farmers. known, baa nobly done its part. Tho led into wrong paths Of designing men school teacher; 5th, a country doctor; after the vote, and shows a weakness
country
similar to that observed in the stock
city of Chicago and its men of wealth and 6th editor editors of a who
courses and display the Pyramids The matter is simpley a retaliatory one. who have only self-interest at heart. an or paper
enterprise have as nobly responded to for self- support all national demands and tbe demands market. .
There is crime in
no combining
io greater advanage.It The recent meeting of the Bibb Alliance the actinn of the parent government at protection and in doing this the farmersdo of the State Alliance under whose REPORTS FROM THE!: CITIES.
held at Antioch church near Cen- Washington. Many of tho states have he live that
that jurisdiction may provided from other cities show that
not necessarily they are antagonistic Reports ,
is said Australia is leading treville is reported to have been the most prove
that also the
now done same. One southern state, I to the rights of any other hon no sub-Alliance shall initiate an editor until Friday the situation and ontlook
the civilized world. have harmonious meeting ever held in. the Texas proposes appropriating$1,000,000 until the President and secretary -
; They est man. The trouble with them is that County had been improving and a feeling of
county. Not a negative vote was cast to be devoted to a fitting display of the shall indorse and the State Trade
adopted the elght-hodr law, settled they have not been more self-assertive in greater confidence prevailed.' is.
on any question. The Ocala platform was growth and development of the Lone President application. Provided and
the past. approve improving? at Louisville, Memphis
the railroad problem, and have secured enthusiastically indorsed. The Alliance Star State. .' further the State Presidentmay Jacksonville only fair at New Orleans,

an. honest ballot, And the world is men of the county are thoroughly unitedon What says Alabama through her execu- Tho success of the*Farmers' Alliance suspend any editor from membership but increasingly active at Baltimore

looking to Australia for new ideas in'reforms. all questions. President Adams was tive and general assemply Can we Is in the education of the masses of the for using or permitting his paper to where the value of the manufactured
present and made a two hours' speech afford to be penurious? Beneath our I be used against the Alliance until the
This education will lead them in 1890 about :
people. products was $150,000-
Who aski the Western Rc-
( with open doors on the first day. of the mountains lie hidden more wealth than into a desire for more independence of next meeting of tho State Alliance when 000. The markets have
cbrder would have of it. session, which was' received with much dreamel of in tho wildest money grown
thought was ever imag desire said Alliance re-instate or expel him
life; and that will force them to may easier and banks arc able to help customers -
en thu asm. inations of men. Thousands of acres of demand a change in the condition of the from the order again.; "If any one shall more liberally but at the east the

,Japan:excels.in acrobats and Din One of Birmingham's attorneys suggests the best coal-thousands of acres of tbe government which has brought them to apply for membership under section one, Difficulty of making commercial loans
as a remedy for clearing the over. finest ore-the of which tho world and it shall be known to the committeeof
,dostan, .In' beast tamers, but China I equal their present depressed and oppressed has not entirely ceased though money on
crowded courts "that a court with thecountycourt I has never known to say nothing of our condition. The education of the peoplewill investigation that he has other In- call is very abundant. At the west and

.stands unrivalled. for slolght-of-hand criminal jurisdiction might forests of timber lands and agricultural be the death of class legislation and terests that do not harmonize with the south, all money markets are easier,

tricksters of' tho mysterious and incomprehensible be created whose judge should receive a I' resources. Shall wo not now seize the the birth of equal rights to all. objects of the order, it shall be the dutyof though rates ate not lower and caution

kind. The magicians salary. The probate judge cannot perform opportunity this exposition affords to the committee to report adversely to in regard to the character of loans is

'Of the' to the duties of the county court, for bring the nations of the civilized earth to Shall the Alliancemen of America <. his admission; and it shall further be the more frequently noted. .

Flowery Kingdom seem it will require the whole of his time. A our very doors I We are left no optionin free citizens of what ought to be a free duty of the sub-Alliance to reject his Failures during the week number SCO; ,

.form' a special guild and transmit court with this jurisdiction would easily this matter. We must do it, and we country assert their rights and obtain application." for a corresponding period of last year

their,trade secrets from generation to keep up with the legitimate misdemeanorcases cannot afford to let them get ahead of us justice. Will they stand like true men, **. the figures were SOS.KOCH'S.

generation.The and being a relief,to the criminaland in this race for material prosperity and and do their duty, demanding equal ALLIANCE LECTURERS FOR GEORGIA.

circuit courts, would greatly aid in increased population. The plan being rights equal laws and justice! Shall they The leaders of the Farmers' Alliance in SECRET
the business of these courts 'other States is to
facilitating adopted by create by
demand a new civilization and a new
feat of the mails from Georgia are determined to make their
carrying by giving more time for jury trial. State law a board of State commissioners
system of finance and equality of laws,
organization as perfect as possible and to Given to the
Been
Has at Last
New York to London in seven days and to make to
an appropriation subject
At last tho Georgia Pacific the new the high character of this end alliance lecturers have been -
has Jut been performed, and already Misslssippf'gateway, will be opened. On the control of the governor, to be used in citizenship, which they deserve; or shall to visit each congressional dis appointed World.The .

there Is talk, of reducing tho time to February it will extend its train service making such a display as will be an they degenerate into tho conditions of trict. These officers are to be instructedby long talked of secret of tho in-

from Greenville to Huntington, SIUs., hoaor and a credit to the State. tenants and serfs. the state lecturer and their duties even gredients entering into the composition \
six will not be .
days. People satisfied The first of this will be to .
Immediately acrois from Arkansas City use money defined by a resolution. The following of Professor Koch's famous lymph was

'however, believes the Chicago Herald, where connection will be made with the construct the Administrative building The following telegram from Londonto is the official record of tho action of the published to the world at large Thuis-

," 'until a pneumatlo. tube is laid across St. Louis, Iron mountain and Southern to !be placed upon the grounds for the the New York Herald is important, committee: day. After a long and exhaustive detailof

the Atlantic which'w111 the, mailbags railway,(Gould'uy.tem) and by this union use of the State. This building cannot showing what tho London Times think The executive committee of the State how ho arrived at the principle and ,'
carry of these two great systems one of the cost less than 10000. The director- of the Farmers' Alliance and the third Alliance with the president have curative effects of the remedy in his experiments

from one continent to ,the otherIn \ strongest and most important southern general of the great exposition has cometo party movement in America: for lecturers for the slate' as follows arranged : with guinea pigs and subsequently

an hour ftrC?. routes will be formed thus bringing Arkansas the conclusion that an inferior building "The Times commenting on JI. Leon First congressional district, W. A. human beings the doctor says:

Texas, and the great west and will not meet the requirement of so Say's Ciiticism of American finances and Wilson and Wimberly. "The remedy which is used in the new
direct relations grand a display and that some standard the of the Farmers' consists of extract
Chief Forest Master kessler lately northwest into most with programme Alliance Second congressional district W. A. treatment glycerine
Birmingham and the southeast. of excellence ought be established. The says: Wilson and Wimberly. derived from a pure cultivation of tuber

declared in Berlin'that the present rate In order to have Alabama properly site for the exposlton has been selected 'It Is probable that old party ties in Third congressional district B. Williams cle bacili. Into the simplr extract there

of forest destruction would exhaust represented at the, World's Fair at Chicago and located on the most beautiful parka America will for some time to come pre Bnd W. C, Wilson. naturally passes from the tubercular batik

the good sized timber of the United a bill has been introduced in the in the city on the shore of Lake Michigan vent the distinct emergence of a third Fourth congressional district, B. Williams beside an effective substance, all
senate providing an appropriation of and embracing an area of nearly one party with a programme such as that of and'W. C. Wilson. other matter soluble in CO per cent of

I States in 40 years. At the present $100,000. Among other, things the billprovides thousand acres.. While these parks are tbo Farmers' Alliance. But the new Fifth congressional district, W. S. glycerine. Consequently it containsa

time toted covers only 11 per cent. of for eight commissioners one all beautiful there are yet some spots pvrty will make influence felt in both Copeland A. P. Farrow and,Palmer. certain quantity of mineral calls coloring
State. more desirable than others for the location the older organizations. It would be a Sixth congressional district substances and oth r unknown extractive *
the United while 26 per, cent. from each congressional district, to be W. 8.
of the Administrative building. Let mistake underrate the significance of Some of these substances -
the Four of the Copeland, A. P, Farrow and Palmer. matter.
by
appointed governor.
German is covered.The'
,of the
Empire so
> Alabama be the first to choose a
among the movement. Seventh can be removed from it toUrablyeasy.
commissioners shall be practical farmers : congressional district W. S.
'. great waste means not only loss of and tbe pay of each member shall\ be four location for her building and she will ... Copeland A. P. Farrow and Palmer. The effective substance is insoluble

wealth, but deterioration of cllmatlo dollars a day and legitimate expenses, score a point gained in advance.As It is reported that an auxiliary to the Eighth congressional district, C. E. in absolute alcohol. It can be pre-
you are well aware, congress in the Farmers' Alliance has been organized in it not indeed -
conditions and fertility of the soil. while they aro actually engaged in their Ellington and W. E. Bhackelford. cipitated by though
act creating this great international exposition southwestern the of whichis condition but
duties. The commission shall elect one Kansas object Ninth congressional district Copeland in a pure ,
two men whose duty it shall be to recognizes woman. a factor in mutual protection from loan und investment Farrow and Palmer. still combined with other extract-

Some stir has recently been causedIn or canvass the state and get up >a state ex- the common weal of the country, and companies. There has been a Tenth congressional district. C. E- ive matter which is likewise insoluble in

Scotch educational circles by a pro hibit. Tee pay of the man or men shall provides for the appointment of a boardof growing inclination to have something Ellington and W. E.: Shackelford. alcohol. The coloring matter may also
lady managers, who will have special done among the alliancemembers to And action be rendering it possible to ob
prevent removed
'petal to try to enliven the deadly dullness be fixed by the commission subject to the by prompt they will begin
approval of the charge of all work pertaining to their boarof de. tho foreclosure of mortgages and their work about the Oth of February.'J tain from tho extract 1& colorless, dry substance -

of the ancient languages by In- Tb.governor.Mtrlka !. Off. partment. Therefore Alabama's subsequent sale of farms on account of here lecturers will receive their instructions containing the effective principle

troducing,a system of conversational The strike ia over and the least said lady managers and their alternates the non-payment of interest and this from the state lecturer in Atlantaon and in a much more concentrated form

| /Instruction. Professor Blackle has perhaps the soonest mended. Whoeverwas hereby join with Alabama commissionersto feeling has become so intense that it has a day named by him as agreed upon by than the original glycerine solutions.For .

the miners have concluded to the World's Columbian exposition and at last resulted in the formation of this the president and executive committee.The application in practice this purification
plunged into the subject with his usu right, their alternates in a request to you as advantage -
the The old organization, the members of which are state has been parceled out so as to of glycerine extract offers no.
al nerve, and characteristically offers vail.yield It struggle.was a long and determined wages pre- governor to place properly before the gen bound by oath to go to the assistance of give the brotherhood in every section of because the substances so elminatcd

to write a suitable handbook of dialogues struggle. Everybody was pinched for eral assembly on its convening with the such subject any member who ia in danger of losing the state the advantage of an early oppor. are unessential for human organism. The
matter of this address, hi through the action of tunity to hear their lectures. The of purification would make the
property presi- progress
but look sudden parties
if 100 teachers will promise to ready money, everybody a the of "
and enforced lesson in recommendations as importance holding mortgage Already this dent and lion. M. V. Calvin will assist cost of the remedy unnecessarily nigh.

use It. The professor has for some and after all, nobody economy is worse the issues involved may seem to demand; movement has extended over the entire these lecturers whenever necessary or There is a distinct disappointment over

time indulged in oral instruction ofIds'pupils off ,in perhaps the long run.. Blocton led off and and they respectfully but earnelltlyappeato sucn southwestern part of the state, and when called for by the brethren. The the defective character of his statement
following suit. At the general assembly to enact a members have twice signalized their president and executive committee earnestly regarding the composition of the lymph,
in Greek. other are
places and mines of the Sloes law and make such sn appropriation as readiness to aid a distressed brother. request the brethren to attend the especially the studied reticence concern
Brookside Cardiff
will secure to the state of Alabama at the in of production. -
and Steel the miners helda appointments their counties and determine ing some paris of the process
Iron
Thirty years ago Denver, CoL, consisted meeting company a few days ago and decided World's Columbian exposition no second Brethren of the Farmers' Alliance; suppose to do their full duty in the future Experts in analysis say that his
moM
place in the great sisterhood of soverign mate this that effort i build declaration that the remedy is glycerine
of ft miners' camp and one togo back to work: Carbon' Hill we a year of practical remembering our to
resumed. At Blue Creek the American states. progress in Alliance matters. We cannot ,up the order in Georgia and establish the extract reveals nothing, while the description -
saloon it is talking about the has already
now
; OSOABR.HCNDLET, j C om.Wn.LUK stand still and ifwe members, well e grounded in the necessity of the lymph which follows seem
in during the strike on a .lippery'Mllslde,
time in the near future when it will be negroes brought FREDERICK G, BROXBERO. { objects, principles and platforms ot purposely evasive and obscure.
held their places, and the whites are returning do not ro forward we will certainly '
8. HuLI
a bigger city than Chicago. It covers to the still unoccupied.The j A1ternatea. slip back. There are no matters of politics the order. Let us begin the new year with
places 1. WERTII
GQ1'TBOLD 1
increased zeal and knowledge and IT IS YOUNG NOW
an area of fifteen miles square, or 225 furnaces will begin to start up prettysoon IIATTIa TOKET Hvrnxt i that need interfere with us this year brother his and every
performing duty
square miles, and has a population and the strike will be a memory, AvaA M. FoeDrc 1SllLlII Lady1.grs. and the we may keep perfectly tbe next cool congress, trustingto to retain our fair name as a State organiza thereby But Exp-ects"t; Do Great
Wrk.
nearly 1(0,000. It has an unusually According Dr.to Drr"the recent report of Dr. LoMIE: 1.TALLr1.A WUTD SMITE, }I Alternatee. give the country such relief. we eek. In tion.the lecturers If they accept their appointments, Things in the Future.
named above
will meet the
large number of splendid buildings, Alabama the meantime let us make our homes
Bryce superintendent of the State lecturer in the office Charleston is to have an oil refinery, !
secretary's
and its prosperity is of the most solid State Insane asylum, to the legislatureIt more home-like and our farms more flil m. Atlanta, Go., on January 27th, to which may in time compete with the
shown that during the year ending ANOTHER'CALL like. We will never get any reliif by their get great trust. The organization has been
character. Its citizens point to the outfit necessary for their work. ,
with September, 1800 1,050 patient, growling but we must help" ourselves and perfected and.officers elected. The capital ,
Each appointee will receive
I fact that many Eastern capitalists are service and attendance of Convention try to put in every hour advantageously.Keep as compen stock of the company which for the
Third sation the diem fixed
Party the last
For a per by State .
making permanent investments it as 150 employee and assisUa, were cared Issued the social and agricultural features Alliance for the State lecturer. :. present is to be $23,000, will be taken by '

evidence that its growth is not of ft for at an expense of about $130,000 of the order prominently before brethren FELIX CORPCT Chairman twenty-four smaller cotton seed oil mills
which deducting $14,000 the amount A Topeka, Kansas, dispatch of Saturday ple Let u, encourage our lame A. F. POPE in the state. It' is expected that next .
mushroom character.The Two hundred and fifty delegates who are dragging along behind, and let of
received during the year from 45: paying says: I. J. STEFHESS year several of the smaller oil mills
who have been attending the citi- us begin by enthusing ourselves. We is
patient, and dividing the remainder pro A W. Georgia will join the company which
population of England is very rata, makes the cost of maintenance per zens' alliance coarentioa in this city really have much to be thankful for. Ivery Ex., Committee.L. to be known. then Mutual Oil Refinery
.
.
i largely cities, u may be expected bead per annum about $117 which however have completed call for an national organization convention and issued to I -aa.Ton>x BAWTEB in Florid Farmtrf AUiTHB V, LIVINGSTON, Pre*. Company.___ ___ ____
includes'19,000 fo>new buildings, a a :
The committee the
from its industries adopted following
enormous manufacturing -
[
Kitchen furniture and heating apparatus.This be held at Cincinnati between March 10th resolution DOCTORS PUZZLED
But it sounds rather strangely gratifying result is due to the and 20th to organize a third party. e i : -
very Resolved, That the duties of the State
IX KASSAS.
I to be told acknowledges the Bos- fut that more than 90 per cent of the The call issued at the Ocala conventionwas TROUBLE and Assistant State lecturers be confined Over the Case of a Badly Bro
considered and the date A Topeka, Kansas, dispatch of Monday
I ton/ Cultivator, that the rural or agriI woman patients and 75 per cent of the therefore premature,The organization The war which wa begun on to the necessities for, and object of, our ken Skull.A .
changed. says
I cultural England is ,very sparsely men are usefully and beneficially abol-em- was,is intended, to give the Knights of Frank McGrath president of the Farmers I I order, exemplification of the secret work, Pittsburg dispatch of Monday says:
Dr. BrIce having long ago the of Oca'a and
State The
explanation Alliance COM of ,bo
letter had Henry BUnkenahip
I and other industrial: organuatioM Alliance as soon as the Turner
lobed
populated Yet this appears to be the all restraints and restrictions upon Labor platforms and was struck
on the hud In row
and a drunken
been ha broken out
anew
the
published,
people'smovement.
of
I fact. Enormous land and allowing them the an opportunity joining I: the insur-ioce promulgate
tracts of fertile the unfortunates exerciseof National organizers were threatens to play havoc with nil caucus i feature lately on Saturday is arousing great interest in

(are held for game preserves and in utmost latitude for and the mental free faculties. appointed as follows: 0. A. agreements. The judiciary committeewhich I I by this State Alliance. the medical profession Bis assail sat

(forest, and support comparatively few their pbvsical of experience, he is convinced Powell. Terra Haute, Ind.; Ralph Beaumont investigated McGrath' alleged: i| SHE WAS TLKED.He cut a slits from BUntensblp's skull three
After ten yean L. Le- connection with the Turner letter, bus, I by four inches ia size, and some of the
D. C. tin
[people. When these "acres are made of the utility of this plan and '.J.- WssMcgton, ; than week' deliberation -I always pay as I go. brain matter escaped. The physician at
N. after
[available for cultivation the farm products tem,'the percentage The of recoveries of deathslast being Lessee Wood, Wichita.Wichita Tbe and name Captain of the 8. or. decided more to request the pre.ideot'arestuatiou I when She (yawningWell are paying, attentions how is it that first said the cue was hopeless, lie has
percentage ya
and farm population of EnglandIII about forty. which is large, butth.1a gauicatioa was changed to the Citizens and the president bill fully never got you recovered conaciosenessspadis'improving
was
seven ateadilr
year decided that he will sUv till be U forced
largely increase. ; accounted for by the prevalence of NatiooU Industrial Alliance; .


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WASHINGTON D. C. placed at half-mast on the day of llisto- ANDiNOTESCONDENSED fa connection with the murder of John ms. ., '

rian Bancroft's funeral NEWS Shecdy, one week ago. McKarland, a ? .jjt

The secretary of the navy .has asked colored barber, was the first inspect, and et-0 1't.':}} ';.

the house that an apprortatfon of $300- he on Sunday, made a,. confession, acknowledging .

NEWS NOTES AND ITEMS FROM 000 be made in addition to the amount FROM TELEGRAPHAND the killing, and implicating 1i
the wife of tho murdered man and hoi 'll
for the constructionof :
already appropriated ; ;
THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. a dry dock at Port Boys), S. 0. CABLE. supposed lovers. All are in jail. McFar- ; 1J i 11
land declares that Mrs. Shecdy to
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is ;
Senator Teller reported as saying
pay him $1,500 to make with hw RACINE.WIS. 'I" :'II
Proceedings of the Second Session that at least ten republican senators would Epitome of Incidents that Hap- husband. Sheedy was away resident, 1" ,I
vote with the democrats against a Rag J"f. .,-
of the 51st quite wealthy .
Congress. rUle, and further, that there is no possible pen from Day to Day.
--- chance of the force bill passing the
,
SENATORS SELECTED. 'tI"
IP aATK. senate. Latest advices say that there is no sign '
At 6 o'clock Saturday evening the force The senate free coinage bill is now in of a settlement of the strike in Scotland.The ... .
The Different State
bill was laid aside infqrnially and the the hands of the house committee on Bank of Downy" at Downs, Mitchell LegislaturesName .f '
senate adjourned. after a continous session coinage \vel hti and 'measures, And that Kas. closed its doors Tuesday. Their Men. ,
of thirty hours, since coon Friday. committee will report it to.the house in county, have been At Albany, N.Y., both branches of f

There was practically no excitement, until some) thnpc in a few days. It Is the general Several dynamite cartridges officials the legislature voted' tor United States ,l I.?
2 oclock Saturday morning, wben opinion that the bill will pass the exploded under the residences of senator at noon Tuesday. The ballot resulted "
,
Senator Sanders, of Washington, surprised house by a good majority.At of Leghorn. : Hill 03; E\arl, 33;. In the LOG LUMBERYARD GuVTRUCKS .' 11. r
a
the Republican senators by ankh.g that present there are forty-four republican All the roads throughout Austria are senate the vote stood: Hill, 18; Evarts, r1 l 'i. _
the roll be culled to see if a quorum was senators in Washington, or one less more or less blocked with snow, causing 10. SPRING WAOOjVSeeAL1S7YlES. r .:

present. lie said he had been delegated than a quorum, supposing that tho republicans considerable delay. At Denver, Col., the democrats in caucus f ea a ** ''xr

by his party to'remain on hand, but who are numbered with them, The weather in Europe continue 'rcry Tuesday, agreed to the nomination\ taATtNT I' ; ;

be wanted company, and therefore asked attend and vote on the force bill: Whetherthey severe, and much suffering is reported of Judge Caldvtell Ycameu for United HUna1N/T LADIES CHAISE.fATINT .

that the absent senators be tent for. vote for or against the bill and' its among the poor people. States senator. t -; "

However, a quorum could not be gotten, supporting propositions' an important Governor Hovey has been nominated The democratic majority: the Indianapolis CHA1SKBKAKC '" r. ,:

although the scrgcnnt-at-arms was sent out question.' Their rote, ono way or the as a candidate for the United ;States senate legislature, in caucus Tuesday, ,. ',
to bring in absentee. All the republicans other are desired to make a quorum, in by the Republicans of Indiana. night, nominated Daniel W.JYborhocs to

who were found asleep around the build easel it is decided to call up the cloture The first annual dinner of the Confed- succeed himself as United States senator FISH BR9S WAGBHCQ.RACINE.WIS. .
ing came in, but a few of the democrats resolution. The nomination was by acclamation. !
erate Veteran of New York came
declined to have their disturbed has camp At the caucus of the republicans at
naps Postmaster General Wanamaker an :
oil at the New York hotel Monday night j
and refused to comply with the order. agent of the postoffice department in Olympia, Wash., Tuesday night, Squire
Senator Butler, of South Carolina, was Europe examining: the various pneumetic John C. Hall, of the big law firm ol was nominated for United States senator. :
one of the number. The sergeant-at- tube systems of transmitting mail matter Hall & Rogers, San Francisco, has confessed The following United States senatorial ,f

arms reported his refusal to the senate, and dispatches from one to another partof to embezzlement of a large amount. elections were held Tuesday, in additionto i s t

but no action upon it was taken. As it large cities. It is his object first to Leonard Perrin, 'a wealthy New Lon- those reported above:

wag DO quorum could be gotten together connect: the capitol and white house and don, Wisl:, man, has been convicted of Arkan Legislature voting separately # YtCU
until ten o'clock Saturday morning-the all the departments of the government by complicity in the Harley bank robbery of ; total vote, Jones 106, others 17.

senate, however, remained in session, these tubes, and then to establish systems 1889 Oregon Separate: ballots; Mitchell reelected c

Senator Faulkner retaining the floor but of this kind for transmitting mail in all The sale of the Blackville, Newberry ; vote: Mitchell 03, Goldsmith,

not speaking. The day was spent chiefly the large cities. and Alston railroad! to the East Shore democrat, 23.ColoradoSeparato: .

in speechmaking and short debates upon The silver pool investigating committee Terminal has been confirmed by the stock ballots; Teller reelected b
amendments. During the afternoon Mr. i held a preliminary session Friday holders. ; total vote not yet at hand. 'f '
Aldrich gave notice that on Tuesday he Illinois-Separate voting; senate, Pal- ti asy [ C
for the of
I morning purpose arranging a The works of tho Standard Metal Manufacturing -
would ask the senate to the 24 Oglesby 27. louse! Palmer 77,
proceed to i plan of proceedure. The session was Company and Balding Electric mer ,
consideration of the resolution to 73 Strcctcr 3. As no one can
changethe Oglcsby ,
secret, but future meetings will be with Motor Company, at Chicago, were destroyed
didate received In both hOUSI'
roles of the senate. a majority ,
doors. The committee adjourned by fire TuesdaysThe
The final struggle over the force bill after open to issue for there was no election.
directing subpoenas
did not commence Monday, as was anticipated. democratic legislative caucus at New Hampshire-Separate balloting;
and the two
Stevens Apperson, Washington
There was, however, some very correspondents of the Glob>e-Democrat Harrisburg, Pa., Mondaynight, nominated Gallinger 103, Sinclair, Democrat, 103, OtKEPT S1fSTORES '
sharp and significant skirmishing overVicePresident ex-Lieutenant Governor Onauncey scattering 2.MissouriSeparate. ,, $HEARSer
which made the SV
paper_ original charge, F. Black candidate for senator. INSI
Morton's decision last as a balloting; Vest 130,
ppillN
Friday that an appeal from a decision on Barring the wrangle in the house on Parntll has published in The Freeman's I Hcadlcy, republican, 39, Jones, labor, 8. YouR"j TLa 1 YYG
a non.debatnble question was itself not Monday, absolutety nothing was done. Journal,' the usual summon to the Irish. Connecticut-Republicans in both

debatable. The senate met at 11 o'clocka. The democrats have all buiincs blocked, members parliament, asking them to branches voted for Platt; tho Democrats oi- t ; gox210, {: '

m., and the journal of Friday was approved awaiting the result of the force bill fightin attend the re-opening of parliament.The i scattered. A Democratic caucus was ,,, ETTING TH M.r, .

after .considerable wrangling, the senate. An attempt Reed will McKinley directors of the world's fair hive held at night to select a candidate. %;., FOR YOU.'' ..'i OLYOK Mss a w
which lasted till 12 o'clock. At 1 o'clock bo made by Speaker : postponed the threatened abandonmentof Pennsylvania Voting separately(Cameron

the elections bill was taken up as unfinished and Cannon. More lively scenes aro the lake front side, pending negotiations 144, Black 02, scattering: 8; and
in the house and senate in the i
business, and Mr. George took the promised now in progvessand supposed to be three Democrats absent not voting.In .
floor.: lie yielded to Mr. Hoar, who sent next few days to have the house adopt a the North Carolina legislature Tuesday 4C

to the clerk's desk and had read a letterto rule to cut filibustering on the part of final.A Lincoln Neb. aay. Ex- Mr. Lucas, of the senate, nominated A SHOW OF TIN

himself from Postmaster Randolph, of democrats.At dispatch : Z. B. Vance, and }lr.Waiser, of Davidson, 1
Anniston, Ala., denying the statement the adjournment of the house Fri Governor Thayer, who has been suffering nominated, on behalf of the Republicans, Manufactured In America1y,

made a few days ago by Mr. Jones, of day evening the District of Columbia appropriation the from political nervous complication prostration, brought in the legislature on by Jeter Pritchnrd.. The result of tho ballot Americans. ,

Arkansas, to the effect that Mr. Carno- bill was no further advanced became maniac.A was: Vance 40; Pritchard 7. In the --
chan-the writer of an article in than ever, and the !house is still on the on Sunday, a raving house Vance was nominated by )lr. buckets and
Tin pail
first The democratic dispatch from Albany, N. Y., says: Hendricki sauce pans, *,
a paper published at Littlo Rock, paragraph. mem- Crier of Mccklcnbrrg.:, Mr. other household article. made of tin as -
'Ark., which Mr. Hoar had brought for bers of the appropriation committee are Governor David B. Hill was unanimously nominated )fr. Pritchard. Tho vote }

ward-had gone to Little Rock from Cincinnati reported as saying{ that no business wouldbe nominated for United States senator by was: Vance 1:111: Pritchard 13.ALABAMA'S well as table square of the;plates house of tin committee, covered on a
transacted while the election bill was tho democratic caucus Monday. Tho republican -- long
and stating that Mr. Carnochanhad
and means the last days of the week.
nominated William M. wills
church in Annistonfor pending and that perhaps the republicans caucus POPULATION.
been rector of a Niedrcnhuuj of Missouri i
have to consider how would Evarts. Representative _
four or five and was a Virginianand might they --
years was in the room most of the time, and ht
a strict party Democrat. Mr. George like an extra session of congress. Dispatches of Tuesday from London The Census Office Gives the Figures explained to all inquiries the reason for

: then went on with hia speech, beginningwith / The Washington Star of Tuesday says lay: Thanks to thaw, which now appears o by Counties. the changed appearance of tho room.
the statement of political method* the announcement in on Atlanta telegram to have come to stay, the thousands of The tins are samples of those which are
of apportionment in Connecticut com concerning the observance of Leu's birth- unemployed people of London are resuming Following are the census offices returns
turned out day at the works
pared with Mississippi lIe again yieldedthe day that "the 'postoffico kept regular work which was interrupted ,by tho of the }popu 'lion of Alabama by counties: being every American
I in St. Louis and are wholly of
110 MILES
lt0! : : Baldwin Bar
'.' cold weather. AutaujiH, ( ; 0,041;
:floor to Mr. WalthalL A lengthly holiday hours, has attracted considerable manufacture. Tho original work: was CINCINNATI
coloquy ensued between Mr. Walthall and attention, at the postoffico depart. By a decision of the :Missouri supreme bour, 3. ,7"2; Bibb, 13,834: ; Blouut 21- done in the steel mills of Chattanooga, t and
Bullock Butler Quickest
Mr. Hawley on the negro suffrage ques- ment, and inquiry developed the fact court tho ordinance ceding twenty square 027\ ; 27,003; 20,707; and the trimming in St. Louis. Comportment and Pullman Palace 1t4
tion. Mr. George resumed the floor and that no request had been received from miles to Kansas City has been declared Calhoun 83,833; Chambers 20,310; The plant has only recently been established
Cherokee : Chilton l4 549 Choctaw Sleeping Cars through without change;
20,450; ; -
explained and justified his own action in the Atlanta postmaster for permission to null and void, and this will cause great and is now turning out about 800
15 making direct connectionInCENTHALUNIONOT =y
regard to the suffrage clause in the constitution close his office on that day. Consequently trouble to the city, as all votes cast, all 17,320; Clarke, 22,024 : Clay, ,- cases tin plate a day. The ore comes

I of Mississippi. After having Postmaster Lewis wi'l probably be called taxes paid, etc., are illegal.A 703; Cleburno, 13,218; Coffee, 12,170; from the Dutch Islands, and the price of DEPOT forCHICAGO O I LOUIS ;f
Colbert, 20,189; Conecuh 14,094 ; Coost,, { :
five hours he yielded the floor to explain.The t
spoken concluded hia upon Boston, Mass,, dispatch says: 13,000; Coviogton, 7,030: ; Creushaw,, the manufactured article is about the And the WEST, and with Through,carlines ti
without having speech, United States supreme court on Faocuil hall, floorand gallery was packedat Dale same as when imported. for jNORTiIWEST
15,423 Cullman, 13.439; 17,223 _
and the senate at 6 o'clock.p. m., went ; ;
handed down affirm-
Monday, an opinion noon Tuesday with substantial businessmen Dallas 40,330 DeKalb and he 'r
into executive session and soon afterwards of the circuit court of i ; 21,100; SUGGESTIONMade ,
ing the judgment of Boston, gathered at the call of Elmore 21,732 Escambia; 8,000 AN INPORTANT .
i ; ;
adjourned till Tuesday noon. United States for the eastern districtof
the Mayor Matthews, to formally protest also with
through
The big fight over the cloture rule, writ of Etowa, 21,028; Fayettc, 12,823:; I
Virginia, directing that a against the free coinage of silver Franklin, 10,681 ; Geneva, 10,000 By West Virginia's Gov- lines 'o'UtlnUlIDIlLtAI
;
in the senate Tuesday, was -
expected prevented
and another day was claimed by habeas corpus convicted be granted Norfolk to of William via The Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Greene, 22,007; Hale, 27,301Henry, ernor In His Message.A n and Points( in Canada
Hebjnan in a
the democratic opposition. The first law. Railway Company' freight drpot, at 24,847; Jackson, 03,020; Jefferson, Charleston, W. Va., dispatch of
lation of the State meat inspection
skirmish of the day opened at 2 o'clock.Mr. This is one of what is known HS the Montclair, N. J., burned Tuesday, morn- 88,001 ; Lamnr, 14,187; Lauderdale, Thursday says t The governor's message Only
: Aldrichhad! just called up the cloture "dressed beel" arising out of State ing. Four Pullman and two passenger 23,730; lawrence, 20,723; Lee, 28,004]; to the legislature contains this paragraph to t
rulewithout objection. Senator IIarris.of cases for its coaches, seven freight cars and a considerable Limestone, 21,201; Lowndes, 31,330;; There is pending in congress a measure Meridian, ( } ,
legislation, having bojectthe quantity of freight were destroyed. Macon 18,430 Madison.( 38,119 Ma- Jackson,
Tennessee, was making a point of order restriction of the sale of ; ; intended to extend federal controlto
k 'vote of 14 to 13 the senate at Lincoln 33,005: Marion, 11,847 Marshall, I forbear discussing
against it, that the proper advance notice meats by firms located outide the By rengo ; ; congressional elections. TEXAS
had not been given of a motion or reso- state in which meals are offered for sale. Neb., Saturday, passed a resolution 18,033: ; Mobile, 01,587; Monroe, 18,000;; at length thU most dangerous :

lution to change the rules, when the hour The statutes of Virginia make it an offense recognizing James E. Boyd as governor, Montgomery, 00,172 Morgan, 24,080; and objectionable measure, believing its Passenger ., 1

of 2 o'clock arrived. Then, under the to offer for sale fresh meat slaughtered without prejudice to the powers contest. Perry 20,832; Pickens, 22,470; Pike, passage improbable in the present state excellent view

rules, it was the duty of the vice presi more than 100 miles from the place of This is the tint action in cither branch of 24,423; Randolph, 17,210; Russell, 24,. of sentiment throughout the country. surrounding

dent to lay the election bill before sale unless first Inspected a provision the legislature which recognized Boyd as 093; St. Clair, 17,853; Snelbv. 20,880;; Should itf become a law, however I would
,
the senate, anJ.according to the for which is made on the petition of not gcrvernor. Sumter, 20,074; Talladega, 29,840 ; Tallapoosa strongly/ recommend.a change of date for a:: c. UAY, i

republican programme, Mr.Aid- less than twenty' persons; the compensation -. Further details of the destruction 23,400; Tuscaloosa, 31,852;; holding state and county elections, in lants, da. i

rich moved that the cloture rule to the inspector to be one cent Ii wrought by a severe eartbquake in Algeria; Walker, 10,078; Washington, 7,033; order to remove them front the danger of I). J. 1
be retained before the senate until pound. It was contended that this law reported on the 13th instant, have been Wilcox, 30,810; Winston 0,553 ; state, 'federal interference." Chattanooga. i

disposed of. At the same moment, how was an interference with interstate commerce received. The towns of Goureya and total, 1,013,017, D. 0,
.
ever, Senator George, of Mississippi, and, therefore, unconstitutionaland Villebourg were practically destroyed by PISTOL'S A Great Prison At Night.As +
claimed that he had the right of the void. The court, in an opinion by the shock, and forty persons were killed A WORK. ,

:floor to conclude his remarks on the force Judge Ilarlan, sustains this contention. by the falling 'walls. one ruuhe*.by Sing Sing in a Cuu. : : :

bill, begun a week ago and resumed Mon and affirms the judgment* of the lower Both houses of the Connecticut Icgitla- The City Attorney of Chatta- tral Hudson train a glance can be had of THE

day.- Mr George refused to yield' to court ordering Rt-bman's. release turn met Monday, and the crisis developed nooga Kills His Soninlaw.A the main prbou building. At night

anyone, and as the vice-president had no by the senate lust week in inaugurating horrible tragedy occurred in Chattanooga rows of lights can be seen, lights that

power to take him off the floor, he held EXONERATED. State officers is likely\ tQ come to a Sunday morning 8. 31. Fugett, illumine the long galleries upon which

it until nearly 0 o'clock, discussing the bead. George Bulkely has warned persons cashier of the South Chattanooga Baying are the cells in which the convicts sleep,

:Mississippi cons'itution. Mr: George was who have taken office in advance, bank, was shot and killed by his and the thought at onco arises that the The Travelers

then completely exhausted, and, at the The Outcome of Charges Againstan and perhaps force will be used.A father-in-law, Judge J. A. Warder, whois big building is alive with moving streets, )
of Mr. Gorman droppedinto
request finally
with loaded rifles
the of figures, keepers hotel nearest to
Alliance President. special, of Monday, from Denver city attorney Chattanooga. Mr. ,
his.! seat, being barely able to stand. each gallery on the alert for
is about guarding/ steamboat
that the of Alamoaa Fugett a young man twenty
states Col. has
He had spoken continuously for four i A later dispatch from Topeka, Kansas, city outbreak. After 11 o'clock not a
of and 'successful any to traustebt
fire. age, a popular,
been almost years
hours. Then Senator Aldrich moved to : destroyed by Most f
The executive committed of theFarmers' sound U beard. The "all right" bell is
says; business who with: bis wife Dlnhod
the buildings in town were of wood, and man, were rooms, ;
take the cloture rule. Senator Gor-
up Alliance, investigating the connection sounded at 0:20: night, the day
with the Warder is every the
living Judge as good a
when the fire started wind judge.
made objection and the rule was a high was
man no of President McGrath with tho are bv a few night
of the best known In Tennes keepers replaced furnished and
The flames one lawyers ;
apparently taken up by unanimous con noted Turner letter made its report Tuesday blowing. spread rapidly, and men tho convicts are locked ia their
,
For six be United States house rates I t .
Main end see years was I ; are
from to
street end. The
sent. Having gotten !it before the senate, night, immediately after adjourn. swept district attorney for the middle district cell, iron entrance doors take tho place day, while the 11!
loss is
:Messrs. Hoar and Aldrich moved to ment of the Alliance caucus. The report 1'eryhe&1'1.The of Tennessee. The in the of the wooden ones during the day, and I Hrrakfast from 0 i
judge was
adjourn, and the cloture rule was made contained the signature of all the com funeral of George Bancroft, the babit of coming home under the influence the prison U. closed for the nigh Even : to 2:ZO dinner M"J:
; :
the order for Wednesday, instead of the mittee and completely exonerated )Ic- eminent historian, anther and diplomat of liquor and abusing his wife and daughter to the warden's residence, where dinner I I* the only hotel ,

force bill. Indeed, the cloture rule resolution Grath from any improper connection with took place at St. John's Episcopal church who appealed to Mr.: Fugett for served at 0, the influence of the quiet regular meals at :

displaced the force bill. the letter. Van B. rather state lecturer at Washington Tuesday President tection. The )killing was the result of pro one extends, and about V o'clock everyoneis are at least
made In it Harrison and a large number of dlstio- With (
the report public. giving out these quarrels. :Mr. Fugett was almost asleep or apparently so. 1,039 Travelers' '
noes to the newspaper men, he grew eloquentand gushed men of letters, senators, repreicntatires ,instantly killed while Judge Warder was' people in that vast inclosure not a sound cents each ,
A scene of intense excitement occurredin said: : and friends were present. The 'shot in two places. One ball penetrated u beard except the tread of the night way

the house Tuesday morning. The "I acted as prosecuting attorney in the remains were taken to Bancroft's homo his. breast at the right other 'guard or the bulkheads.-New river
democrats have been obstructing the matter, and conducted the case againstMr. In Worcester, where they were Interred took off the index nlprlelathe hand. against the ( York

business of the body for several dajsun- McGrath. We found not one iota of beside the grave of his wife. Duran the melee, Mrs. Fugett, who is World. 10 J
bill had. evidence against him, but, on the con A of --- -- -
til action on the force was dispatch Monday the only child of Judge Warder was shot OUR NEW

Under the leadership of Mills, an attack trary, his official character has proved to stations on the Council Bluffs division cl is the right thigh, a very dangerous A Bewitching African Pigmy. HIOH 1 All III,? :
was made on the journal knd when it be as white as snow and as unsullied as : the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul wound His domestic affairs were always I '
had been read, roll calls and all, the the ether of heaven. His vindication is railway, !in Iowa have been closed because supposed to have been the happiest. The declared that McKinley had de- full and complete," the towns' people boycotted the affair Henry JL Btanler.in his article on the j :
speaker created a great sensation, and opinions In "We
African tk'rlbner'.sayu
manded the previous question on its new agents employed ia the places of seems to be general tha*it was the have seen Pigmies orae_. few-who might be I zwo tl | !
Mills instantly strikers. Superintendent; Collins the
was of drunk.TENNESSEE'S .
approval. says result a crazy I
said to bo well formed. Tho little plump I
on his feet.and. a I FATAL EXPLOSION. new men were unable to get meals 01 .- with I .u ** I
scene of wild disorder! ensued. The clerk lodging in either place and that the citizens NEW GOVERNOR beauty raider we MW Ugarrowwa little li

commenced calling the roll, but his voice I A Hotel Blown Up by NaturalGas. did their beat to make life a burden ivory creature thirty-three-was a inches bewitching hijjb.: It is I' IA *5 ) f

was drowned in the shouts, groans and I for them. Takes up The Reins Dropped by jMMtibta! that this beauty wa due to perfect I
of the
hisses that issued from all parts excited I i i The first great disaster that Findlay, The directors of the Richmond and Bob Taylor.John health and the good food with which __ WJLI.US
chamber. Mills made an angry, i Ohio hu ever experienced from the use Danville Piedmont Air-Line* system of the wa fed by the Arab. Hia wa certainly ,
,
speech charging the speaker and his .a I I of natural gsa occurred shortly before 8 railroad, have decided to make a change P. Buchanan was formally in a /gem worth seeing, and aa calm I. :

tellites with fraud and usurpation. Illswild !I o'clock Sunday afternoon, in the Hotel i in the management, to take effect upotthe ducted into the office of governor! of and self-possessed a* a Hell-bred lady. EITS.
gestures could. be seen, but his voice Tennessee Moad'j, in the pretence of doatt-d bar and .
i Marvin. The force of the explosion was : lat of February Major Peyton Randolph Artists would have on .
was drowned in the roar snd tumult flame of who is fully 8,000 people. The general assembly, sculptor would have pall goodly sums. BALL CHUlICAL eo.
that it blew out a ignited now general bat
so great manager, the ___ _
1 that obtained on all sides. A hundred justices of supreme court and all H.
, !I sad no fire followed the awful\ been made third vice president of the for .ub a tnlokturu model. him was I
t excited men were on their feet, readyto ; ruin which gas the shock caused. Tba city Richmond and Danville.and )Ir. William btate officer were la attendance. Governor young just at the dawn '>( womauho" st, A XMAS
fight, when the sergeant at-araia, with in U. Green Dtendent Is Taylor's retiring address was brief and her youth and girlish innocence (Exerciser
was rocked as _f an earthquake by now IUJIri: to I be
the floor full of wit. II then closed briefly "
on but ,
bu ponderous mace, appeared the concussion and all the windows on general manager. The Georgia Pacific wade her simply harming. Is eser N And
disorder. John
quelled the introduced bU Hon.
and with difficulty & successor, Boom All
demolished while the will alto be under Mr. Green'
The call the approval of the journal, i the square were manage.meat. I P. Buchanan who poke briefly also. ft CwapUtt! ,.
on I wreck: of the hotel building: was all but THE authorit-i MonU Carlo are said tt }o UIa ,...era."l : .
thea proceeded without interruption. wallet killed Upon c1ol.Ing. Governor Buchanan was teriouiiy alarmed by tint attacks of theI'arWoui FiinfciUCiiliw" *,"
complete. Three girls were A diipotca of Sunday, from LJeaoln. sworn In by Chief Ju-tice Turney, of the |>r.u and "tbf trowing dam a rutthroughout l to lite lor tan* :
'. sorts. I outright, and about a dcoea other per, Neb., MTS: Three arrests have Unmade supreme court, and reception followed Europe for tM supprtsvicn ot At.JttQ. '. :
whom will .It- *
of probably the 11
The president ordered all the flag on son.ajaredsome within tin pt twenty-fen! boui ia the governors office pmWD,place

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.* THE EAST COAST ADYOCATE. 4- ANOTHER: evening paper ha been fruit and vegetables ;, 691,250 pine use of such power; and yet suchis WILKINSON COTTAGES SE
started in Jacksonville-the Even apples and 10,600 pounds of turtle ; i the caseFew people realize THE S

A WEEKIV JOCWAAL DEVOTED TO TUX DErtLorl1ENT ing Teleq wn. Surely the newspaper while the in-freight amounted to that many of the laws most vitally ,
or Taa UmIAK an'D AND business must be a paying 2,282 tons. As the young grovesof affecting their property and persons .
l tfr LAEE: WORTH DECnOSS. concern in the metropolis, or so oranges and bananas, and the that is, their liberty to move ROCK LEDGE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA.

many would not venture into it. pineapple plantations, come into about from place to place, and to Dre

Avenue Titusville Perhaps Jacksonville is a good bearing year by year the commerceof transport their property over the
Office: Washington Built Nicely Furnished, and within ten minutes'
Indian River, Florida. stand for newspapers, like London, the river will be greatly in- public highways of the country, These Cottages are Newly a]> 1

where a MK: Passmore Edwards creased are not made by a legislature of of Telegraph and Postoffice and leading hotels.
bought the London Evening 'Echo The report reviews the work of their chosen representatives, but I

rCBUSHED: :EVERY FBIDAT. from Baron Grant for $90,000, and the East Coast Canal Co., and by railroad magnates exercisingthis the steamer land IHave at OIngras wharf-only three minute walk from
you Ord3flja
sold it to the Carnegie syndicatefor shows the necessity for deepeningand power under the guise of Rules tfo.

$350,000, paid a fine of $20,000 widening its cuts. It then and Traffic Regulations. Yet so it Cottage. ''
>fettered at Ule Tltnnvllle Pontofflce M SecondClM rather'than complete the sale ; soldit points out that this company; hasa is, and thus does plutocracy hold '
Mali Matter.
the next year to the same syndi charter from the State giving it sway. Rates :; Per Day $2.50 ; per Week, $12.50 ; per Month, $45.

cate for $375,000, and bought it authority to collect tolls for the But the people have been awakening -

TERMS, Invariably In Advance, back again in two years for $500, use of its channels ; and it is recommended to this, and Senator Call has II. H. WILKINSON.

B* Check Foetal Order, or One and Two Cent 000. Mr. Edwards now wants that the State make been urging them to free them- 5dec-3mo Prop.
I'oglage Stamps. $700,000 for the Echo. The net arrangements with the company selves from such bondage, and .1

,One year,............................ ..........lJiOMs profits for the past four years have by which this right may be surrendered hence the fight against Call. The JAMES'' PuitcnARD, President; W. B. BAKSKTT, Vice-President; theto
Months.i..........,......................1-00 been $50,000 per annum. before the United States issue is whether the magnates shall! W..M. Knows, Cashier
Three Month,................................ .80 shall
flligle Copy,.......................>.........., Bo undertakes the improvement of the rule the people, or the people
Bent to any Addrem In U. 8. or Canada, Prepaid DURING peat week we have river. The Engineer says upon rule themselves well in the INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK
had quite a few callers to see our this point : "As I have been givento matter of transportation of their t

!:Editor..................:. WALTER B. GRAHAM. aloe in bloom. One northern gentleman understand that it is not the property, as in other property under the Laws of the State of Florida.) J lip
advised us to try to get the intention of the company to attempt rights. The people have established (Incorporated di'
Aiioclate-Editor& Manager.C. n.W ALTOf.:
Maluva tree, of Central India, to collect tolls between Ti a Railroad Commission and ,. Authorized capital, $100,000 Bll:

which he called bassia lattfolia tusville and Jupiter, and as its the magnates see in it their master, S '" Paid up capital, $25,000 we

We do not hold nureelve*renpnnitlble for the not a bad name, by-the-way. He further improvement would en- and they are fighting it. Senator ---- \N p Average deposits, $100,000 eel tai
It the opinions right of to our reject com any pondenU communication., but we claim says it bears flowers, which are hance the value of the lands of the Call has exposed their"corruption

be written now being exported to Englandand company, it is probable that this' and tyranny to the people, and .;.. .::
Communications for publication mint .
plainly on one Mile of the paper only, and other parts of Europe for their could be promptly done." they see in him still further curbing _- Transacts a General Banking .
Itotild, In every cane, be accompanied the which said to It is estimated that and him.
writers name and aiklrrnn, not necetisarlly for sugar, of they are a continuous they are fighting 1r Business
publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. contain more than half their channel five feet deep at low water, Call stands for the right of the 't
weight. The tree he stated and at least rule themselves lIe '
resembles seventy-five feet wide people to CO
and Oldest
the oak (we forgot to ask in the straight 'reaches, and a stands for the pure Democracy. It Largest Bank on the River an

ADVERTISING A4TESs the kind), and a single specimen greater width in the turns, mightbe l is the fight of the Republic against : fif DIRECTORS- ui

PER Y EAB., (. sometimes bears a ton of flowers.It made by the Government, by Plutocracy. And the people are A..FRITCIARDIV.B.DARN IJ President( .Iii
One Inch/.......;,,,*10.00 may be ,all very well to plant utilizing the wprk of the Canal with Call.FUTURE. of the National Hank of Jacksonville) J.H. fa
Two Inch,........................ 15.00 this kind of tree where there is for DITRKEK (Ice-rrenldcnt National llnnk of
iThreelnch,..............:....... 20.00 avery Company, $44,000. it liKOW.V.Jacknonvlile), W.. S. GRAHAM and W. M. rI,
Four Inch,.,....................25.00 I high fence ; but, with the The river is strongly recommended OF THE E. C. T. CO. CORRESPONDENTS. '' PI
Five Inch,or Quarter Col.,...,.. 30.oo' many young ladies in this town as worthy of improvementby Seaboard! National Hank of New York sod cl
Half Column,.................... 65.00 with a "sweet tooth," we question the United States. National Hank of Jacksonville. 20
...... .........100.00 Some doubt has been to '
Whole Column, ? whether it would pay to grow the We do not understand from the expressed as r.rIr.rUSVILLE, J.. LA.

For Blx Month, divide the yearly rate by two bassia lattfolia in the ABVOCATK report, that the work of the Canal whether the East Coast Transportation .J

and add 10 per cent.. garden. Company, inmaking its cuts fromSt. Company Is destined to have a permanent -
Tor Three Month, divide the yearly rate by into the Halifax
four,and add 20 per cent. Augustine existence; and the opinion has been THE TROPICAL TRUNK LINE. E:
THE weather on Indian River river, or from Jupiter into Lake
Local Advertisement, Ten Cents Per Line voiced in some Quarters, to the effect,
Each Insertion. this winter has been much colder Worth, and along to Biscayne pay,
that after struggling for a few monthsit
raid Beading Matter, not In "Local News" than for some years past, and this should be interrupted, but simply and p
will succumb to the inevitable d
columns,Five Cents Per Line Each Insertion. extreme cold seems to prevail all that the company relinquish its THE JACKSONVILLE TAMPA AND KEY .WEST SYSTEM
the north and right to charge tolls in the give up the fight in which it is engaged IC
legal Advertisement at Legal Hates. over throughout open ,
Europe. There is an old saying reach from Titusville to Jupiter .against the monopoly. This view may Schedule in Effect JANUARY 11, 1891 Central Standard Time '}

Notice.Kotice that we have to go from home to Inlet. There is little doubt but be correct, and it would be of little consequence '1\
OOINO SOUTH BEAD DOW* STATIONS. OOINO SOUTH BEAD UPPt
I* hereby given that the undersigned. find the news, and such is the case that the company will do this if the stockholders of the E. C. a t C t t
are about to form a Corporation under thegen.eral in this'instance, for that respectable freely, as it would cost more to 7411 pm 1230 pm 830 am L".JACKIIOorYILLB.. AI' 83/1 am IHO pm 120 I'm
of Florida .
laws of the State .
Incorporation T, Co: were to assure the public in the 1040 1100 102J! Ar..1'alatka..Lv. 42J lOti am 62J "
'M follow t "The Corporation shall be known.. and widely-circulated journalthe collect tolls over the open river 1223 am 3H IIt1 ... ..fevllle........" 306" 93d 406 "
the Indian River Lumber Co., and iu principal than the tolls would come to. strongest terms that their line had come 4311 1131'111 .I.IeLan'I. ;." 800" 11111 "
of business will be Titusvllle, Ha. The Savannah JVew -ytells its
place 1103 400 1020 H 4..OrangeCityJo..." 811II 1144 "
nature of the business to be transacted II the readers-"That on Wednesday It is to be hoped that this'matterwill to stay. This mere assurance would not 11M 440 H 1M "......IRntor.I........" 149 1M 1100" .
and of lumber and other merchandise .
selling
buying 900 'S 310 "...TITUSViLLE...." 1111 1130 11140 "
erecting and operating sawmills anderecting frost was visible as far as Jupiter, be adjusted at once, so that Inspire confidence or settle the question. toIO! ".....Tavare"......" 1000 I'DI 1130 }
huildlng wharves and -ands and at Titusville the thermometer I the recommendations of the engineers assertions t0311 ". .. Fort l\Ieade......" ..
of Real Estate lands,
Abrpmlng If mere were, effective, the .I ,1000' 'a.....l'unta Oorda...." 4110 pin "
and operating Telegraph andTele Indian indicated 34 degrees below zero." as to the improvement'of the x453 1120 ".....Interlachen......" 130 aM.. M30 "
lines; running sail and team louts on matter would have been settled long "7 718 12M "..., OalnenllIe....." 748 248 ,
utter for freighting purposes,and to do a general Holy Moses Did anyone on Indian river may be carried out by the -11M 1103 "........Ocala.. ....." 100am 1M pm II IIt
Mock building of Company and contracting Is to be 2S,000.00 bu*lnMs., divided Capital River ever hear such a fallacious Government.A ago; for they were made at the very beginning 7 311 .. 3118 .. "......Brooksville... ...." 1130 I'm 1200 DIt940 '
am 8211 ". .. ...." 1140 am "
into 2JO shares okfloo.OO eacb. Stock subscribed statement eminate from of operations,'before the sittingof
a news.
for,must be paloI'in full before Issuing stock }
for certificates the conduct but of the business company as may soon be a*organized ten paper before? Upon enquiry at TIRESOME TIRADE.For the Railroad Commission at Titusville, Dally Dally except ) only. Train leaving Jacksonville 8 JO a wand PalAt-
per
sent of capital stock of corporation has been our. Signal Service office, we find and have been made at frequent intervals ka at 5 Mrt m are daily between Jacksonville and Palatka, and carry parlor cars between Jacksonville -

porate paid In.existence- The company on Feb.shall lit,commence 1891, or as IU soon con their thermometer registers correctly months past almost the entire constantly ever since. and Titusville. ,.'i .:: 1 I
thereafter as its articles of association and by- and ,upon the day named Whether these assertions are well
fetwi are filed with the Secretary of State, and editorial space of the Tallahassee INDIAN RIVER STEAMBOAT COMPANY. I
certificate of due Incorporation issued. The indicated 34 above zero. Such Floridian has been devotedto founded or not we can only conjecture;
tmn of said corporation shall be twenty years. careless statements these shouldnot
and
as each who is interested the
one in
'The business of the company will be conductedby a harsh and drastic tirade Ir
a, president, .vlce-nrasluent, treasurer and pass uncorrected, as they are subject has a perfect right to form his 1111x.C .
shall also against Senator Call and his
eoratary,who bold the position of so-
general manager,and a board of directors to be misleading In the extreme.IT called the T mu. Union own opinion and is just as competent to
annual of stock-hold organ
elected at the meeting the
es to be held the 1st of February of each year. Every speech, act and vote of the peculate on the subject as we are our.
The highest!! amount of Indebtedness or liability be a little tiresome to the selves. One thing all will admit, that if r ,
time may senator has been assailed in detail
a which the corporation can at any subject ,
Itself,shall not exceed; PAXTON.the capital stock. Town Council to be again remindedof and by a course of reasoning, peculiar the E. C. T. Co. should fail to establish

WALTER OOODTOAR.ROBKBT : their neglect of the City Park, to the Floridian, shown to itself on a permanent basis-and to be

RAMSON. but we consider it a matter of so be clearly wrong; If Call has any permanent it must prove profitable within
much importance that we would redeeming qualities in his character a reasonable time-It will be many ,1
Ins first American union flag like to see Council take some de or political record the Flori. years before any other company will undertake Steamers and leave TITUSVILLK dally, except Sunday at 330 p. m., for Rockledge, "
Jupiter
way landings. Returning, leave Jupiter 12 noon, arrive TitusviUe
was unfurled on January 1st, 1776, cisive action in the matter at their dian does not know of them. 'Wit to combat the monopoly which 10:30next a. m. .t

over the camp at Cambridge. It next meeting. It is to the interestof less, shallow, monotonous abuse of controls the commerce of Indian Riverat Leave Titusville daily, except Sunday, 6:00 a. m. for Rocklodge, Melbourne and
bad thirteen stripes of white and the town that this subject shouldbe Call has been served up to the present. The new line has thus far way landings. Returning leave Melbourne 1KX p. m., arrive Titusville 7 p. m.

red, and retained the British cross ventilated,for our northern visit. readers of the Floridian's editorials been managed with the greatest prudenceand Above make direct connection at Titusville with trains of J., T.: &; K. W. System. J

In one corner. ors really have nowhere to go whilein -if they have any readers- economy. Their boat is of greater Halifax River Route.
town state of affairs that hasa speed and capacity.than any of the fleetof .
a that
until might well be Leave Ormond l
paper
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturnays 7.OO a. m., arrive Rockledge
_tendency to, drive them_to_ _other Indited as a common scold. All the monopoly. It is exceptionallywell 730p.m.Leave .
A NEW the YORK other gentleman while, in conversation places. The donation of this beautiful newspapers are prone to lapse moreor fitted for the transportation businessof Rockledge Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays 7:00 a. m., arriving Ormond '
day, referring piece of hammock on Main less into shrewish habits when Indian River. The new company has 7:30 p. m.Connecting. ,

to our hotel kitchens, said : street was, we understand, contributed affairs do not shape themselves to on its pay roll no unnecessary officials at Titusville with J., T. &; K. W., and at Daytona or Ormond withJ.
"You should just have a peep at conditional 'on the town's meet their views, but we believe or employees. Its capital l is ample for ., St. A. &; II. R. R'y. o. D. ACKERLT

Mr. Vanderbilt's kitchen ; it would fencing it in, underbrushing it, that few people _enjoy such Jfaultfindlne. its present needs, and the litigation, W.Superintendent.B. WATSOX, GenII Jacksonville Pass. Agent.Fla.
please an aesthetic soul. Not only and making it an attractive placeof and that a little clever which circumstances over which it had ,

is the floor of marble, but also the resort for our townspeople and sarcasm or good-natured ridiculeis no control forced upon it, has been con-

helves, tables and sinks. The visitors. That a place of this kindis much more' acceptable and ef. ducted skillfully and yet inexpensively.It EAST COAST TRANSPORTATION COMPANY.

ceilings and walls are lined with needed all admit. For an outlayof fective. And then again, why has the guaranteed and written sup-

cream-enamelled tiles, 'and all the $100 or $ft>0 the necessary work such tireless abuse of Call. Cer. port of many large shippers, and the "

cooking"utensils are of silver-lined could be accomplished, and a deedto tainly the reasons for it are not moral support and sympathy of almost
copper. This may do very well the Park secured. If the matteris those assigned by the Florulian. the entire river. It has been in existencefor

for Vanderbilt, but at present Ti. delayed much longer, the donors It is obvious that this paper is over six months; has run its steamer

tusville don't boast of Vanderbilts may think the town does not desire simply trying to pick flaws in Call regularly for three months, and its busIness

nor such kitchens. their gift, and withdraw it. Now and his record, and that the faultsit is at present more than paying

let something be done. discovers in him each week, are expenses, In spite of the unjust discrimination

SOME sage has remarked that not the occasion of, but rather the by which it is handicapped, but
which, we are confident, will soon be ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE STEAMER
result of its SWEENEY.: :
and fools take colds enmity- "
only beggars
-the beggar because he cannot GOVERNMENT AID FOR THE What. then is the. occasion. ol discontinued, if not voluntarily, by the GOING SOUTH-The Sweeney leaves TITUSVILLE about 1:30 p. m.
INDIAN RIVER. is strong arm of the law. Goisa NORTH-Leaves Titusville about 11 a. m.
dress properly and the fool because these attacks? The answer .
These are a few facts upon which our The steamer J. W. Sweeney will leave NEW Wednesday
SMYRNA
has had Monday
fie will not. We have always had simply, that Senator Call every ,
and Friday at 7 a. m., stop at all
intermediate
base
readers their
can conjectures and points, and arrive at ROCKLKDOK&t
our doubts as to the sageness of Through the courtesy of Mr. W. the honesty and courage to oppose I p. m.Returning.
this M. Black Captain U. S. Engineers the railroads of the State in their draw their own conclusions. The line
observation, and we are not leave Rock I.E1x1E every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at.7 a. m.
at the of
prepared to be classed as either stationed at St. Augustine, we are attempts to monopolize its public was organized suggestion our and arrive at New Smyrna at 5 p. m.
beggar or fool notwithstanding our in receipt of the report by the En. lands." It would have been easy shippers; the steamer was purchasedwith CONNECTIONS t

recent attack of influenza. Now gineer Department, of a prelimin. for him to have purchased their a full reliance upon their assurancesof : With A. &; W. R. R. at New Smyrna, for all points north via Clydes St. Johns
that the germ, theory has been developed ary examination of the Indian support by being false to his con. support Failure would be ignominious River Line, and Clydes' Steamship Line.

it seems that the taking River, with recommendation that stituents, but because he was a to both the line and the people; and The merchants and shippers of Indian River, who wish to patronize this line
the Government man-and honest and fearless as we look at it, neither the new line or will please advise their consignors to mark their goods Via Clyde Line, care of
be an
of the grippe does not depend it improved by ,
upon A. &; W. Ry. and E. C. T. Co.
dress, but on our ability to dodge referred to the Committee oh Rivers one-not subservient to corporate its patrons can afford for a single momentto R. or Via Clyde Line care of E. C. T. Co., Blue Sprlne

these little microbes. Very few and Harbors on the 12th inst. power. These would-be masters of acknowledge the existence of such a P. PADDISON General o F. P4.DDISOV,
word as fail and we don't think they Manager. Gent Frt. & Pass. Agt
,have dodged them successfully in The report states that on ac. the people they were created to ; -
Titusvllle (not even the ADVOCATE count of the lowlands of the .upper serve, have given the word "to will.

fctaff), and those who have so far St. John's and Okeechobee region, down Call," and this is the motive MELBOURNE HOUSE
escaped will, doubtless, have to the section is cut off from the gen. power which grinds out these mo- For Sale.A GRAND VIEW HOTEL

take their turn with the rest in a eral railroad system of the State, not ous tirades in the Floridianand very desirable cottage in North Titusville ,

short time, notwithstanding their which touches it only at Titusville, other anti-Call papers.It situated on an extra large lot, MELBOURNE
boasting of having dodged these and that the Indian River is the seems odd that in a Republic, suitable for gardening. Good location TITUSVILLE,
microbes. In Jacksonville and only highway available for the where the theory of government is and neighborhood. Also 40 acres of Within 3 Miles of the Atlantic.
of the rule of the through land with house and Indian River: Fla.
throughout Southern Georgia peo. products of the fertile strip high people young orange grove I

,pie have been attacked by the land which forms the East Coastof their duly elected representatives and other tropical fruits, near LaGrange, Good Shooting Fishing : I. M. MABBETTE PROPS.
thousands and many of the cases, Florida, between Titusville and that some of the most important and 2} miles from Titusville. Both of Sailing -

we learn, are proving fatal. Thuswe Key Biscayne, a distance of over powers of legislation have been these fine properties will be offered
have this consolation, that 200 miles. delegated to officials of the great cheap for the next 30 days. For prices This U the most central Hotel In town,

whatever we suffer here in South The commerce of the river for transportation lines-to railroad and terms apply to J. B. Terry, South- FIRST-CLASS TABLE 4 APPOINT and U only one minute' walk from the

Florida, it is always worse to the the six months of 1888 is shown to magnates-in no sufficient degree old, X. Y., or to Jones A Atkinson, attorneys MENTS. Railway Depot, and close to Steamboat

aorth of us; be 102,822, crates and barrels oftom accountable to the people for their at Titusville, Fla. 23-10t Transient Rates, $2 per Day. Landings. 13



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SEVILLE' POULTRY FARM .: :'<

'FE.ANX T. EUDGE. is\ .ti.

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SEVILLE, FLA.

Glass Sash ,,
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Dressed Poultry of Every Description HARDWARE n '

Paints, Oils. Doors & Blinds. .. 5' '

EGOS :FANCY
FRESH STOCK. "

HOTEL TRADE A (SPECIALTY. Crockery, TiiiAViireVood.. CC GI solinc Cool & roves. Orders filled same dny received. Prices gua anteetl. : I \.\
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Orders by wire filled same day received. F. T. BUDGIt!, Titusville, Fla. -1 ): ..

Write for particulars and prices. : ;M&-1 I ;,J",

jqjan3mo, P. 8. JOHNSTON, Man.ger.Correspondence. D. B. PAXTON, Presldt. W. GOODYEAR Vlce-Presdt. '? f
Jupiter. full load, and the four mules seemed l to II. It. OLMSTEAD, ',. .: yt
feel the load very much while haulingup .

a sandy hill. The Pioneer Dealer in INDIAN RIVER LUMBER, ; .
[Spf'cial to theAdrocate.] : ,
A gentleman, whose name we failed to : ,
THURSDAY EVEXISO, Jan. 20th. GENERAL MERCHANDISE .
get, passed through our place with avery ,
',
We do not hold ourtehet rejtfxintlle \ ,
Large quantities of fish
are being
the opinions tf our corrcpom.ttnt' shipped. handsome range-the Home Com- Eau Gallie. CO1L[P.l'iNY, .. S ; ? I 'J
fort orders from who
; taking many were \ "
Lieut. Henri, II. M. :N., has been In In need of new stove They will,be de- SQ5OOO. ': j\'
I keep In Stock Choice variety of Capital ;' a -
To Correspondents.We : ;,
r town for some days, but sailed a short livered in the course of a week or so. \ \ <

must ask our correspondents not time ago for points south. Many of our matron's hearts will be GROCERIES, HARDWARE, TITUSVILLE FLA. .' ',. : {

to Indulge; In personalities, or in making; Previous reports of front doing so made light In the possession of a stoveon CROCKERY, TOILET ARTICLES$, ETC : "j' ;
sport of their neighbors. Whenever we ,' r
discern remarks of that character we much damage in this section was misleading. which they can lreplUe'a fine meal And will Sell as Low as the Lowest. COMPLETE: STUCK OF "

shall-exclude them, and if persisted in There was nothing very seriously with so little trouble.A Call ami examine my Stock. 18 :< I b: t
and Skiff Lumber ;
House Boat
p
l'
we shall take stops to dispense with the injured. very sad accident happened Sunday, ': 11
services Of the party who Indulges his ,
tastes in the line referred to. Admiral F. D. Hughes, with two the 18th inxt. Messrs. M. Thompsonand J. E. ENDER & CO. Brick Lime Cement Fire-Brick :
,
launches, has been in harbor for some Robert McCullough, two of Turn- .

days.. It is rumored that one of the bull's citizens started for Mr. Vann's '" n tohxn.nb.o1.SASIJ: Mouldings Lath and Shingles ,

The Late Boat Accident. launches has been purchased by patties place, on time new cnnul, in a small boat. rJ"

I at Rockledge. which carried very large sail; as the MANUFACTURING JEWELERS, Brackets, Pickets, Turned Work ,; : ,

"Witness's" communication on the Three menofwarSIlClt: south yes- wind was very squally, they were capsized Titusvillo, Fla. DEEoixsos JT'rctna.ocaL to Order : 'Ei!i

-collision between the steamer St. Luoie terday about noon. They were supposed and both were drowned. Both r ...__ -- -- __ ._ R. HANSON, Manager ; : ,
and the sailboat is, in our opinion ten to have been part of the squadron of were good sailors and humors, and Repniiing of Kino and Complicated ',i. -

unfair criticism of Captain Lee's hand- evolution, bound for the West Coast of why thc accident should have happened Watched; selling of Diamonds; and other ProfoHMioiml GnvdH.T J. M. Sanders 5 Co. ';

ling of the steamer. It is a wellknownfact I Florida, where there 4s to be a kind of no one will ever know. It was quite Precious :Mourn. ,

that steamboats Should give the naval drilL cold, and some think. In loosening ropes Alligator and Holt.TuRks Carved and. ) L. OAULDEN, Dcaloiii In '+'. :.
Mounted for no-howls, brooches, etc.Shell : '
.
right of way to sailboats:; but we are not Vegetables are being brought In, but and mast in order to right the boat, they Jewelry made. DRY GOODS

prepared, to discuss the matter, so decline the :New York prices are so attractivefive must have become numb; but, as I said, In S. H. Hay s new building, oppositecorner ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, NOTIONS ,
the communication with thanks.A tills! is all a sin'mine. }[r. Thom pson's from PoNtoflioe. TlTr VlM.K, FLA. -
and six dollars for beans-that it is body ban not yet been recovered; he I Prompt\ attention to all orders by mail CROCKERY, ... ,. ,
a hard matter for the hotels to get I or otherw IAC. 21nov AS. T. SANDERS, SADDLERY, : +
leaves wife who Is almost distracted J
a
'
Word from the Night Watch supplied. More money in shipping; so STATIONERY,
with and little Mr. Mo '
grief, one girl.
man. sayeth the truckman. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, FAMILY MEDICINES,
Cullough was just twenty-one a few HODGES & GODFREY Will prartlrti In all the (Court of the Seventh GARDEN SEEDS. ,' '
Lots of travel, .sail boats, naphtha months ago; was raised here, and all Juiliulal Circuit of Florida. '
East CoolItd oratf: launches and fine weather are abiding who knew him, respected him. Ills untimely Manufacturers of r.O. Jlux.235. TITrBVlLLE, KLA. CIIOIC13 GROCERIES,
Sir Allow in valnsCble with and old timers Money to Loan tIBOIUIK HAY, CORN, MAPEb1: FERTILIZERS, .
us
me space your now, we are death has cast
a gloom over our .
tv thank those who have aided tin happy the remark of Yellow Pine Lumber FINE PATENT FLOUR. t
paper notwithstanding a little community; his body was recovered ( : ..HIIIIMNH. WALTKHS.: GHAIIAM.HOBltlNS '
defraying the expense of a night watch, tourist, yesterday, that the country was Saturday, and burled In the cemetery at .'( GRAHAM, OOOOA, F10r:1d.: + {

,and tp notify them' and the citizens of all light if the people were only civilized. this place. The sorrowing wife and child Ortiuge llox HOI'OII Head*.DHKHSGD, '

Titusville that I cannot serve them as What a philosopher our stranger friend and all relatives and friends have our Fruit Vegetable Cratm. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, T. W. Rogers, I

night watch after Febuary: 1st.a.L must be.About. deepest sympathy in this their sad ''be Lumber thmueh delivenslatanypartnf bill of ladlnit. Anyone Indian eontemIdatInRbuilding Riveron TiTt'BVii.r.K, Ilrevard Co., Florida. DEALER IN CLOTHING, .41\::\ t
on the Eaut Cowl, would do well to r.o. iiox,MO.
J. BROWN. twenty-five redskins came in reavement. May God give them strength write ,, situated the Gents. "' 1 I
for).rlo The 8awiulll on Will pnwtlre In all theonuntleinf the Seventh Furnishing Goods, Shoes, Hats, ;;
from the swamps last week, bringing' to boar up under so great an affliction. J.,T. & K. W.R1.,II mile south of lliUtka. Circuit and In the Stgfrume'nurt. S.eclalf.. -
Agenti I ('IICOII,E. Billing; Ran OallleKiicene duties for Examining and 1'erfi'otliiK Land Caps Umbrellas Trunks Valises
Information Wanted. about two hundred 'gator skins, all of Ilralnerd. which sold to in and Heir to HMuilh| Irani. FINE CIGARS Etc.
were parties town. Hlghtx, 1'iitnnn ca., Fla. ,
IXPIAXOLA Jan. 27th. With a pocket rattling with coin, and an ,Special Bargain. Money W Loan. 1 I The only house In town making.a ape .
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abnormal clalty of Gentt. Furnishing Goodi. 1 ,
quantity of "tangle leg" big
East Coast Advocate: Injun departed for his happy' hunting That fine business lot on Broad street, Advertise in this Paper. T\R. )[. D. I* DODSON: / Drop In and examine my stock, and ;4. "' ;
'Sir-Will you please allow me a small grounds. just west of Indian River Lumber CO'Boffice. G compare pi'IceCaiih cuatomen command -, 111'r
consideration competitors-
epace in your paper to ask a few questions Fronts 00 feet on railway. Large every ,
Lieut. J. A..Swift in charge of the SPECIALIST IN OPERATIVE, SURGICAL claim confer..
of the.Indian River Steamboat'Ca, Government telegraph line from Titus- building now occupied J. S. Watson GEO. ALTREE, Call when convenient. First door
'which I hope some of the officials will be tt Co. Price $1,000.00. Very easy terms. A MECHANICAL DENTISTRY, ij
oath of ADVOCATE office
'kind enough to answer ville to Jupiter, paid Jupiter Signal BOBBINS & GIIAIIAM.Eau BROKER AID COMMISSION AGENT
office a visit a short time ago on a trip TlTUBVItXE FLORIDA.
[The correspondent forgot to add of inspection. The Lieut brought his TitUBvillo, Fla. DIXON & GRAY;; "

name to this communication, and we do family with him, that they might see Gallie. Agent for PianoH'and Organs; Florida TAR. B. L. WILLS, ;\
not know from ,whom it came. Please Brick and Limo; New Process Gasoline Dealer In +
read rules on page 4.-ED. ADVOCATE.] this wonderful country. All expressed stove that cannot explode. PHYSICIAN A SURGEON, Drugs, Chemicals, Perfumery, Toilet! ': '
themselves as delighted with tills Will at all times handle every dlscrlpt- A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania
section., Mrs. Wilson, Ruthie Wilson and Mr. Ion of New and Second: Hand Furniture.In and an experience twenty Articles, Fine Soaps, Stationery, ',\ '
Hector Mr. and Mrs. J. O. ,
visiting
The and -St. were '
Steamers Sweeney : ,
fact will gut anything to supply the years In .practice offers Ills services to ", \ 1! "
Walton tills week.
Augustine. wants of the reople.TradeRmen's8olled. the citizens of Titusville and vicinity JEWELRY, < If 1' '
For Pierce. SPECTACLES ftSEWING ,
Mr. Jim Hogg; Is busy planting large; Stocks Disposed of. orricic OVKR J. w. nofiicnn A l'(). MACHINES. f'
Will sell on Commission by private treatyor
palmetto trees to form an avenue from
A Little Incident Connected Therewith. Public Auction anything you want Gun, Ptitoli, Sewing Machine and ,
his wharf to his house. RUE P ELY, a
OAK HILL, Jan. 23rd. [Special to lilt Advocate.] t* turn Into money. LA Machinery Repaired watches, Clock... "f s
Mr J. L. Harrison is going Into the Cash advanood! on Goods for absolute JUSTICE OF TIlE PEACE 17TH DIST and Jewelry Specialty \ k
Jan. 30th.
.EaB' Coast Advocate: FRIDAY, culture extensive scale sale. School '
pineapple on an Notary Itibllo for the SUM at Large. Books and School Supplied !
DEAR Sras-A very exciting and interesting St. Lucie and Fort Pierce will\ soon We wish him luck. Contractor and Builder of over SO years' experience Subscriptions taken at publUher1 price i;

scene occurred here to-day, boast of a tennis-club. ; On Tuesday the yacht "Psyche," on SS_ S Natural Flnl.h Hpeulalty. for Newspapers, Books, Magazines, etc. .' .

during the heavy wind that baa prevailed There are good prospects of a large board were Mrs. Campbell, Miss Allan, Q MELBOURNE FLA. Prescriptions carefully compounded' at J4.'< "
i' w any time, day or night. 1 "
all day. The steamer St. Augustine, tomatoe crop, both at this place and ten I Miss reannean, Misses DuBose, Dr. Du- tf .
Bose, Rev. Mr. Manning, Messrs Charles w :111:1aD1: : Pu.'toh
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while to Oak ,
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attempting go tilrough.the mile creek. Allan, William Campbell and GaskellDnBose I Drugs ,0 ,,7;,

Hill cut, stuck bard and fast when about Married at the residence of the bride's after paying Gov. and Mrs. :a ....Ii J done DraYU1nn.JIaullng at reasonable. rates. Attends I -\1, : '

half way through, going south.Shortly parents, Miss Ella Bell, to Capt. Frank Gleason a pleasant visit entered the o = all departing, and meets all arriving Patent
Eau Gallie river, aid paid all their other Medicines$
after,, the steamer .. W. Black, of Tampa, Fla. tAt : .o ;:: trains. [
friends the same compliment. We wish
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t\weeney was seen approaching on hernorthbound addition to his hand- the Psyche's visits were more frequent.The a. Orders left with G. B. Rumph or at
Mr. J.
Tyler's 2 and
Toilet
trip; as she got near the L LI ADVOCATE office will receive prompt Elegant Perfumery Articles \

caaal the wind aeemed to Increase, and some residence Is nearly completed, and Treutler House never looked gayer et b f.., attention.
Improves tho looks of the place greatly.Mr. than it did on Wednesday eveninglast Kept constantly on band Kb 'r
blew almost As the channel Is
a gxle.1 Thos. Paine, of St. Lucie, has beenon ; another of the most enjoyable par- .., 8GH .4.. Frosohor, (
narrow, and there being quite a numberof ties took place on ,that evening. The iSg. TITUSVILLE, FIJI., J. 33. Screven's :V r
eoral rocks near the south entrance of the tick list during the past week, kind host and hostess did all in their hp w99p Keeps a full Metallic and ; .

the canal, it was thought impossible for but his many friends are glad to see him power to make it one of the best partiesof o w Wooden DRUG 8TO11E. ''." ,,\111' ,
the season. Also great praise is due .ti;; .
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about once more.
the two steamers to pus in the canal. to Mr. Howe, one of the Boston string -8..ti Collins, Cases and Conkets. *

The excitement raa high aa to what the Work la going on very rapidly on band, who was in attendance; dancing i y '8; 80 Funerals! attended If desired. AU or Also the latest Newspapers, PerlodU'''::.i4fl
Sweeney would do, but to the surprise Senator Matt. Quay' house at St. Lucie.A singing and cards being the order of the I ? !: u.. tiers promptly executed, and at reason cab, etc. a lit '

of everybody she pounded the beacon large force of hands are at work, and evening. During Interval the guests I: I .. '-:u:: able rates. Embalming done. 2 J \I1{ .' i
were kept well supplied with refreshments t I' 1
and entered the canal The question .it will soon be completed.! etc. P. J. 7rATc.: FOR ,

then, with the spectators, was, which There have been quite a number of : '
boat would have to back out. Excite Indians In this place during the past EDEN CONTRACTOR & BUILDER 'Wines! & Spirits US'I
C. J. HECTOR
ment ran higher and Uglier as the Swee- week; they have ]just returned from a Titusvillo, Fla. ,

ney neared the St. Augustine, and a collision hunt, and have brought plumes, deer Dealer In GeneralMeroa Estimates furnished on application.

seemed jnevltable; but to the sur- skids, eta PINEAPPLE Correspondence and patronage solicited. 'Beers -

prise of everyone she passed by without A. Bell's sugar mill, at ten mile creek, :ndiso fame I ; S i

seemingly touching anything, and con- eight miles from here, is running at full Melbourne, Fla. '
M.: XX.BRICKLAYER. I3t'-'e11 ETC. ?* '
CIGARS i
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tinued on her course, leaving the St. ttlast Houston A BelTs steam saw-mill ,
t
Augustine aground. Is running every day and turning out PLANTATION. & PLASTERER OF THE FINEST QUALITY, :, ,,

This incident has settled two points: some fine lumber. Hats, Shoes, Clothing, Dry Goods oo TO -

first, that these boats can pass in the Just Arrived. Splendid Goods. T. '33. :ITLloliarc3.s: Titusvillo, Fla. ,.'; r

'canals,to and this that hoal-water the Sweeney work,well havingon adapted LaGrange.Mrs. OILS, PAINTS, HARDWARE, LEAD, Eden Indian Hirer, Florida. & Indian Work River.contracted for on any part 8 of Losloy & Rcnakor ;;
DRUGS GROCERIES GRAINOf
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the trip quite a large cargo of oranges, all kinds; and In fact a full line of Notice. Famllle Supplied. ., t
and showing in the hands of those veteran E. L. Brady and sister,Miss Daisy everything. Call and examine. 11 Jno. J 110'
Notice I.hereby given that at a meetinguf l' McAllister
water-dogs C. Caasidey and R. A. Parkhurst of Titusville, spent Wednesday Htwkhubhin and Iriiweton the Kwt: Cuut ,
with relatives at this pl Tnniortatl Company,Article 11. ..f the Hylaw. .
ce.
Sheldon that she will always get there.SPECTATOR. e
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TitusYille Meat Market. of the said Company war amended to road -5- r Contractor for .
We were sorry to bear of the illness of M follow i Ankle 11.of>t "ck,eU>.-The capital "
shock of thl.company shell be e2eOW.00be to
Mrs. J. E. Brady and several members of paid up in full. The capital stock shall be
divided Into:**>.ba,.*of S1UV.M each. Each certlflcau Artesian Wells
-Mrs. II. R. Olmstead, of Eau Gallic, her family, and hope, ere this, they are of atruk shall be signed by Ute Ft .lcient I' i, ,
was in town the first of the week. well again. ALL KI3TOS OF and ailMted by the Secretary with the aeal of
the corporation. Certificate of stock may be
Lau Gallie, Fla.pdtfmo.
Rev. W. N Chaudoin left not long Fresh and Salt Meats Eggs transferred by Indonemeot and the !Secretary '
Biggest Indian River. .hall keep a record of the Inane tnuuferred
,
Bargain on since for Pensacola, to attend the Baptist and luireudor. of all clock certlncatee um the '
tube of the tork bnok, vbli'h record shell be ,jI"
and Convention to be held there. He will be Oysters, Fish, Fruit & Vegetables, .Tl iene of the nunnbenhlp of the corporation.WLTC W. HENDRY
first class
Forty acres of orange absent about a week. 8. OaiH*_,Secretary '
garden land on -half mile from Mims ISC iJ: SOIf.
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A large attendance of the La Dealer In :
station. Part, the prettiest hickory Grange very Enola Alliance was held Saturday CASH FOR POULTRY, EGGS, VEO- V, "\7V7*. SDZTII: : (j 11t
hammock in this section, balance, very ; ,
in the ball upstairs of Mr. Feaater'shouse TABLES ETC. Drayman, General Merchandise ..
rich muck. Bed .ub- oll, no marl. .
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Choice building site On a hill in grove of ; quite a large delegation from Ifr K. J. DAVIS, Manager. Will attend to all kinds of Hauling,
Titusville visited us and a most Interest- and DRY GOODS, '
promptly cheaply expeditlously.
large oaks and hickories. Equal to any THE ADVOCATE r t
meeting it WE The next meetingwill Town Tax Notice. ;,
location at Rockledge for natural beauty. ing Will deliver baggage for passengers NOTIONS, i

Transportation, hotel, stores, school, be the second Saturday In February. Notice II hereby riven-that the Town tax bonks arriving or departing on train or steamboat STATIONERY :

pleasant Plenty of labor, etc., The lumber from Dr. Dixon'a old are BOW open tut lha pa/inent of &a... The *. Job Printing Department '
society.
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boob will cluee on BaturdViy January 31 t 1M.
dose by. Price, 11,000. Two years time house in Titusville passed here on Wednesday The eollMitor wID be ,. bla office. adjuiolaf the Can be found at the Railway Station Choice Groceries, I

if desired. Bobbins A Graham, Titus- bound for Mr. S. F. Gray's place .......,may,truce a to 11 a. .., and from a W 4 p. or at my residence South Titusville. Is Ready to do Your Wort ,

rifle, or H. Roberts, Mims. 23e in Mims. The large log-cart.tad on It a :fi-v. B. A.CLSCLC, collector. U. S. Mall Carrier. 5 :3IUIM, FLA. 5 .

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the question of issuing scrip force ] ready tot the tea. The benevolent Udy said, -
FLORIDA'S BUDGET our ret're l ."HoW*it that yon have the kettle ready for
energetic wide-awake business men to go legal : tea when you had no tea in 'L:1r
, / down in their pockets and bear the entire tion. And the daughter In the home th.hul :

burden themselves while. others.reap er would have m*:pat the kettle on the fire t A (
> Of jews) ,Notes and Pointed most of the benefits. Press DIVINE SUN and when I said 'What is the use of doing 1I
: ; 1 to. when we have nothing In the bourn? the
I Paragraphs. '1'.. Peacacet M......(. Old "Mr child, God will provide. Thirty
A Washington dispatch The that He has already provided roe .
says: year to
; 'The Interstate hooting match, In Pen- monument to the Confederate dead ol bers, through all my pain and heple and ;

tacola, has'been .fixed definitely lot Feb- Pensacola, Flo, which is being erectedby .M.." He will not leave me to Itan He tktl., .
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.tnar* J4. will send us help, though we not sea how. b
Mr Manning in this city, is rearing been all the for _
We have waiting day some.thing %
An"Ice factory will be built at Punta llie is lE : vl .
completion design simple n. 18. "Com- to corns but until we saw you we -
d rda; end will.bo in operation within a character, but massive and well-propor knew not how it wo to com''' Such.thing- '
few weeks. tioned.; It will have an inscription on Text I > persuasive is this the world may call coincidence, but'I. call

A postoffico has been established at each of its four sides one a tribute to them : and seventy tem almighty deliverance, and though
I the It not of them, they are occurring:
Scripture
axul von he
Juno Dade with Ada L. Jenkins
county I the Bible situ hour every day and parUol '
4W postmaster. w ho fell in the struggle, Another to the The I Into Noah's eery 11 .: .

':Rev 8nm Jones will be in Jacksonville memory of Jeffeison Davis; and another 1 other gate of the Chm. "Come" appHei to those wh.. '
will doubt will be A tribute to the services of StephenA. pure ; I text, inviting; the need solace will amount to nothing unles it ei /' ;
And bare
February 10th no Mallory, United States senator and bank ark of A Saviour's be uttered by some one who hA experiencedthat
-Very large audiences. the A word of four solace. That spread responsibility
is
of the Confederate It 1--
Phosphate hunter are till in tho field secretary navy. An I of words, and of giving this Gospel call among A C'm1. kZ.i.Ih'readlbgovertboIitsrnry. .
intended that these inscriptions shall be of English rocabu- Those who have lost .
-around Lakeland and that it of ."_
rumor says coude ited of southern sentiment gold It
expressions is an ocean into consoledby religion in that trial are the
will only be a abort time until work will as gathered from suggestions offered river of meaning. ones to invite those who have failed in.bUJ .: :

be commenced on some of the beds In by ladies of the South. That beckons. ness. Those who have lost their ,....
that section. passage hath that word been consoled by religion are the oaesto.ln.- .
Christian E.de.y.r.The *and sometime vita those who are in health. Those
the poor items of
The skin business a big thing at Kisattnmee. Christian Enleavor convention prays, sometime It who have had the '

One dealer alone bought recently which met in Orlando was an enthusiastic the destroys. It sound soled in those b.ment.ud.blca. ,' me, wt.Itound'not'muctolntertl! '

800 or 800 alligator hides, 1,200 pounds meeting. A. N. Adams presidentof and from the serag sympathies with those who hay.lo' fatheror .'' article heade&. "Jenica' Drear"
deer skins 152 otter skins And 768 of heaven and the mother companion or or Imag.
coon ;
the local society, delivered the address o frenc.
kin about said and accrescent What multitude of us are alive i Inejray: urpr t.fd.lumde up wit
representing 1200. of
; welcome. Delegates were present debts _oC most of the In good health,and buoyant In this life, who m u .
When tho road between South Jack.onvIlIe from Archer, Apopka, Anona, Clear Wa-. of the future. would have been broken down or"dead long Pleasant Bellet vJeks being

,* and Mandarin, some twelve ter Harbor, Chuluota, :Maytona,' Eustis any it so that all ago but for the sustaining and cheering helpof at great : I
miles finished, it will be one of the (Methodist and Presbyterian), Kissimmee, deposit In its cadences, or our holy religion) Bo we say "Comer!* d terlD' try themj aadj.to my great

best in/ the country. It Is nearly completed Lake Helen, Ocala Orlando, Tangerine, ted lars : in woe its one of time syllable.and The well i* not dry. The buckets are not fonndpmpt'reletan! by their

S now, and a stage line has already Tavarcs, Temple Mills, Upsala, Winter or *either for tmnty. The spply" not xhulteitf Taw*. ue
been established; Park and Winter Haven, Palatka and charge; II just as mercy ud from such, Plerce's Pellets
It Is Clear Lake. When the convention any and haul In the soothing power f G* before the first often caret etck, in an hour.
n6w said that alligator meat, properly was lion word al grave was dug, tear heche.
so great
smoked, makes fine halibut, or at called together for business, each society be able to reach the first he broken, or the s They are gentlir 0 actively
least cannot be told from this fish. It is represented made a report of its condition. let down the fath- the first fortune' vanished. cthartc According ton dz of doso.
hiutod Orlando is the largest Bee. try to measure Those of us who have felt the consolatory >_ pleaa.laxativetalla one each
*lsp 'that many of us have eaten an society rep
of "An tie together all the power of have a right to peak.ot For-adults, four act
Alligator under this name. One thing ii resented, with 183 members. Upsala is region h'.O.relrD.
the on board I will of our and say "Comer ,
as' painless
.certain, and it is a well known fact that the youngest, having been organ'zedDecember : its All the Wha.dismal work of condoleDO' the catartIc
legal power Cause n the.saurian.served. in this manner to dogs 22. After the reports the following law Is In that word .- when i attempt. I.! Liver Pill grIping
'Will curt tno mange.A officers were elected for the ensuIng A and commandatory The plaster they do stick. The : Smallest Cheapest
:year: President F. A. Curtiss, of The imperative broken bone unde their bandage do not Easiest to take. ForClstlpaUon,
'correspondent at Daytona vided knit. 'A lost In the snowstormon Indigestion and Bill6ui- Attacks
says Orlando vicc-pretidents mood when we was > they
F. E. Nettleton
6ne-half of the ; of the far West Night coming
Probably orange crop has Sec Impressed. They a prairie have no equal.
been shipped from this section, and good of Lake Helen, W. F. Lyman, of for in & be driven. 00, and after he was almost frantio from not at tho Chemical Laboratory
prices realized. The effects of l last wint Winter Park, E.-N. Mills, of Orlando, be of A homes; at A friend knowing which way to go, his sleigh struck JInufactured WORLD'SDISPENSART
Miss Maria Fletcher, of Orlando, E. It. opened, but an at a rut of another sleigh, and held"I will
<< freeze is largely obliterated. New, Wharton of Winter Haven nor would land the follow this rut, and It will out to MEDICAL AsSOCIATION, No.. CG3 Main

vigorous growth has made up for the D. W.. Johnston, ; secretary, shall be theological *emii safety." He hastened on until he heard the Street Buffalo, N. Y. _
of
loss, and the trees are looking remarkAbly Tavares; corresponding value. three J'Ml'Iln bells of the preceding hor but, coming up' -- ---
well and promise much for the com secretary and treasury, Raymond them into be found that that ma also lost, and
ing'year. Alden, of Winter Park. These, with lila so short A I*tbe tendency of those who arethnscoik.
Walter Strange,. of Palatka constitutethe priated candidates for the freed In the forest or o t. moon, they'
.7Ata] meeting a few evenings ago at executive committee. A number of not right emphasis were both moving in a the runnel., 00
Armory nail, in Ocala, Senator E. II. delegates to the national convention at of the ; : that cue word I t one lost sleigh '11''&following t run I roi'
Hammond act baa socb efficiency I the other lost sleigh round 1't!'
behalf 01' tht1 o
on rnd
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Democracy Minneapolis were selected.Two and I woman who has I it occurred to them to look OES!
tho
of Orange county, presented to Judge J. ..
people to quit the star, which was peeping through th*
L. Bryan, of the county executive com- Wonder. other went through A night and by the direction oC that star ,
.tnittec, a fine set of tablo silver in a,neat, Mr. Ralp Phelps, who lives! in South of persecutions got home aga. Those who.follow the ." '
.plush cose, as a reminder of the Jacksonville has a curious tale to tell- month or thirty years be vice of in tune of perplexity-artla : t I.75
they have for services rendered nppre'dationi and if anybody can explain it he will be pealed. a triumph,of grace a fearful round; for it Is one bewde .' ',
word ""Cotn" lOW following another bewildered .
'-by. him during the post campaign. more than thankful, for the phenomenon Beer In many cases only those who han in such time got their '

Old St.,Marks is developing regular puzzles him and his neighbors not a for in "Come" to eye on the morning tar of our Christian .. :. S 175
"boom little. About two years ago Mr Phelps' tificates effect at all. Just faith can find their out, or. be-strong
-one of the substantial kind. daughter was on a visit to him. One able for the statistics, enough to lead war an all persuasive p4Ia
Messrs. Frank iWiIliamS, J. L. Hall and day she gathered some sweet burrs States fraud ia drunken invitation
others are .to have there gum ia vie of *some Christian \
running in a and or "But" ay one "you
them effectively
hort while a saw mill, which will manufacture -already dry- arranged legal you the accurate telling nato 'Coma' yet you do p
in a white stone china platter- tell us how to That
public many have been come. charge shall not
a large quantity of yellow pine 01 the ordinary tableware material. They Sec. ,. ." "Come and be true on this occasion. Come believing I
,And other kinds of lumber, and the Gra have remained on a tablo in tho some for at thjk Ivory bar. Come repenting! Come praying After all
ham Lumber company 'is constructing: win at tibIa that doing for six thousand
gam W. L DOUGLAS
position ever since. A few days ceive ;
there a large shingle: mill, which it is said ago with me this year; sometimes thugh patriarchs and .
-will turn out some one was examining them and discovered cates with me and sometime through prophets, and. at. lost S3 SHOE
2OOOOOOlhlnglel per week. that the platter had been afectcd bullion oa Christianity." through the culmination all tragedies-on. CENt'lK"
,Tho following is from Argyle: The somehow by tho burrs and had of bad amuse Golgtha can any one think that God i "U.UU livnulntt : -.., '
w .IyiI.h
'usual c Jm' of this community has beenbroken'by'a alien to pieces. here it was. preservIng ia A IiI bout your coming Will a, 8 .00 I.Dd.I\V.lt. A Ana celt Shoe no-.
of excitement its A York." in this vast outlay construct a.mansion tor-hi*eon 4"" ,.
ripple over original shape, but broken into A who are down and lay out park white with statues,. and 84.30 Ueadear- Welt, la. the,standard drm.
phosphate, A man claiming to be an hundred pieces. The enamel had all twenty thousand creeuwith and a1l.a-sparkle with. 1 Hhoa at a popular price..
',xpert in phosphate matters, and from : been eaten away, and the ware appearedto Rivers word "Come. fountains .folig not alloW .ton to liven -330Pollccm.elCbe.I.! especially. adapted'

the phosphate belt of Florida, has been bo crumbling into loose mass. The whose husband had the hO walk i the parks- Haa.Ood 0.10.mael r Congress..Button and Lace.

'prospecting in this vicinity for some platter had never been disturbed nor had drlafc and she then luilt hou Gospel m.royandwIll He- 83.OO w *.Id,at.thlpapular L.dle. oo ..d-.ewed'

dayvand says he find good reason to believe anything fallen on it. "Mr. Phelps thinks Eng known.'I wo hjeband.' rained*,And and Government entrance at to His children-build life Will saying A. 89.30 a. UamgBla.ttoaa fbaLatdlee very, Isanfwde-popular.

it tr here. lie has gathered specimens there must be some chemical property in locrea io A maadlln and Btation* all gt.t. and boat tll .paur 1..4 a.me..Lal.. far iMleers.
,from various localities, but is reticent the gum burr which eats its way into the of : the corner of th. can hover unhurt lik C oye ai .uu rtan t..lle.for style with etc.name
.. M to their value. tone material. On Mr. Phelps' farm parts Oirond 1*. 'Jinx wakeup; est surge, and then.wben thelifeboat h A I.aa.local agent cannot supply you.o
you."' Aad the reached the wreck of a.sh1p.inth.ong sand dlrant.to.factory enclosing advertised price or
TLktest report. of the'condition of the here.are two or three natural paint quar- heavy that husbandl allow tne drowning to stize take a postal for order blanka.
my th.UteUnor
'.. .orange market throughout the country ries. They produce a material which sections with klmf It the boat for the Ibora.ln.safety- 8 al U. W. L. DOU4JL.AR, Brek..., Maaa.

say that it does not improve. The supply needs only the addition of oil to make a between that the clear eye) provide the cost of.'Hla onlp- u

exceeds the demand,' confidence is paint of the very best quality. In its cut off married What slnation eacapefor sinking world .
turn A deaf ear to the that from -VASELINE-
that has turned cry
broken, and prices are low and declining. natural state it is in two color*-a deep snow. tiger claws off the brke' omp

Shipments are falling off, and it is likely red and a stone gray. There is money in the folds of evil "But"you say,"''e -*o.many things- ,
thAt the prevailing glut will clear away It undoubtedly, and Mr. Phelps wants to stream. Give me back I beUevs.and.so.macthingsine.shape V*>T* A *<.rV 4.BjLjalt BI.'. sent ni.by aua
In the course of a few days. It is possible know if there is a paint trust which he severe -whom I stood at a creed that. I hascato.adopt that,I we tba will dsllnr, feaa-af an. to any parson b>,
am kept back." No Dol! DB4U-4 8.aUi ft the foUowIug arMMa,oar*
however that prices will be slow in can get into. above Give millions him of back others to but two tbthgs.-nainejy,,You ne bUn. nJ toa

reaching their, normal standard, owing The Frets A..*rImUn.The the came into the WO.to.I.1 t C O.1.P T.I. .. te

4x the fl'08ted.fruit. going in and the meeting of the State Press Associa- The port done to much you are one of u "I do.relieve ,, One Jar 05 Vaarllne CaM Cream.. Pm. ..
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both of those things!I" OnacikaoC Vaaatlna'Canphorloa, 10
enormous importations arraying in the ion at Ocala was a grand success in by ice. to-day." Are you relieve the with. aLt your heart y rY. Ona fake o Vaanlln*Soap, Dnnt" U*

:great seaboard markets. I very particular. President Core's an- ports. alarmed, you say when"I I Why, then, you ,passed from death into oC""V-. .>.**

The tightness of 'the money market nual address was a thoughtful and suggestive at not be ready to if e. Why} .,you sees aoaor a daughter ..1' 1.Vu. -
caused the of He referred to the heart is of the Lord Almighty. Why.than yon 1.1
.by temporary suspension paper. won- ; my not heir u alMois SVNOiI..
an or an. heiress of (
-
Baring pros., of London, was tho cause lerful phosphate discovery in the state Ing the then and have it will from an inheritance m ,p.r.esd.d Ie..wo.pt.

of the collapse of the phospale deal of and spoke also of the gag libel law now damaged Christ Is the who use died in de dive led Hallelujah l, until! lone _.d;:g5'::a v___.rJI" _

I. Whittaker, of Homeland, with a London on our statute books, and tho necessity through wait the farther of God, whj do.yoia & rome and 11c ,._" M" iwOorfcm wafelk feu.lUUt. .reo N._If..
"u.
syndicate. This collapse will not of amending: tho same. The great good tioje, you are down. coronet Princess of the L Almighty, I Mf.C.1I. 1&

.result -in. inaction at Homeland for Mr. he association can do for its members by heavy I I remember that why into do yea not mount YO th"ne' Pass
Whittaker completed{ their belonging to the nication called the Princess up tlalgbt Your boat auhore
now nearly negotiations organization was tl aboard why do 1'01 go ashore? Just
with a powerful syndicate of referred to and the necessity for main- the wo an awful Feet doW you will feel under them you

capitalists, and it is anticipated that the taming uniform advertising rates. He asters from the shore the Rock Age
mills at Uomeland will soon be grinding disparaged flaming broad-side spasmodic stock he had a big boat I challenge Ulnl for one Instance Ia
"ads but favore'l continuous of not hold an-' which a.man in th right spirit appealed
Away merrily, worked by a Company at adver- bold of the oar the salvation of Gospel and did not f
Kansas City, Mo. ising. He spoke hopefully of immigra- hundreds help It. Man alive! are you going to lot all the

The post office at Key West was robbed tion and of the necessity for it for the THE out, "Oh, that I:: year I your life go away with you withoutyour

one night recently. The thieves made alIg tale's continued prosperity. He said that God, I am not hvlg this great peace, this glorious
he present fund was entirely inadequate promise room hope blgbt expectancy? Are you go
blew
hauL the safe and The
'They open of
Get in; get inl I toletbe pearl great price lie the
-secured r '100 in silver sad if the state was to reap good results, dust feet because
f money-gold, Room In the heart you you are to io PURELY VEGETABLE. ) :=
And greenbacks-f 123 worth of postage It must be increased. If Florida ex in heaven. len proud to stoop down and THOROUGHLY RELJAStE.! I. : .t
pected to and she must ad. A up Will you wear the chain of evil _
tamps belonging to the Marco post office, grow prosper my text to those hat ABSOLUTELY SAFE. ) .S' '
.And all the contents of twenty-four registered urtise, and that liberally, too. Every most comfort. If any with when near stroke by you is the hammer that eou .c.,. 0
one the
other state had done so and her was of life, I have not snap sacke' yo FOR SALE BY DftUQGISTS.
lett.\ which arrived during the cot certainly sty in the of sin ber i* a I ALl
among pin
'day.. In addition to this public property money back A hundred fold, and he Instanced 132 most case It was pet key unlock your iacarcera- I DR J.H.SCHENCK*SON, PHILADELPHIA PA.,
they took,$110 in cash, and $350 worth the case of California tie favored a till they reached Jon? Ifa not I As the one word "Come" ,
a two-mill tux foi that they have reached las sometimes brought many souiato
of lewalry'bclonging to the purpose Chi
postmaster I will I
the
brother been try experiment of pilling DROPSY
and said that the of Flori In perplexities,
and $12 in cash belonging to Miss Bates newspapers mountain and then
These were almost sending:dow n on
the postmaster's assistant could do their reader no greater service and turn the tncha of power many of thane aYaI I
than by educating them up to this neccsity piece of to tell which have "Cornea." "Come thou and all thy house TREATED FREE.
The produce\ department of the Fsrmen and then the legislators would grant to Sir -the Into the ark;" "Come unto Me who Po.lllvrb Cured with Tractable Rrnedles
AllianCe exchange in New York: has it. lIe advocated a lire state editorial which consplcuitiee prosperi or the lb and are heavy laden and 1"a1e give you I 11 a,.cured bupelwui__bjr.nd.o..,.. 0.pOI jranouuaed -

been placed! in charge of John II. New. excursion, with a car filled with F.orida moved ;you have enough ; "Come, for all things are now ready""The OIPlO.disappear; ia ton d.... 1._ twu>*raa.
ton -SU Washington street. Mr. Oswald wide of other the Spirit and the Brida cay 'Come,' >mpu>m. r.mowd. fend haS book tMtimo.nials
in Juno nut to an an ut 'nluua Ten dire* tnalroeol
products, go thronjh and tot him that heareth ny "Come' uiurai cntea.
Wilson in his circular ; loose from their lt freabymati. Urounriier trial. psed KM. in amPS
< president, says ; Alabama, Tennessee, .Mississippi and thegrain flesh that you can him, that is athirst come." \pa,pu.u..1)1..H.Caiga *b..Ailanta.ua.KIWGlDOfTON.
Mr Newton has been connected with fields of the Ivorthwcst; not aleadhead of I of others is to get une stroke or pne boll in A towe maybe '

the prodncq; since 1805 and, is excursion,' but a live, I They: think your sweet, but A score of bell tune and !

thorough?) familiar 'with the markets, wide-awake, paying one. Col. It. the skin i Five hundred rllhtlTlrt fill and the skillfully heavens with music one
and;this insures to our friends and but goal of success: cme Buy w sell Cotton
patrons F. Rogers, president of thu Farm.era' four hundred alo clt And no one who has heard your i
that their produce will be properly' Alliance, heartily comm'nded nounced It would take ebe in the towers of Amster I onJON

handled. lIe has every facility for con. President Gore's admirable address and that if of the wrongs.out. dam or Ghe' Copenhasau can forg' i !
tho.'business with would have them. Now it to BUT BEST.
ducting experienced come upon teems me that GOS.TO
salesmen and is prepared to give your especially the increased immigration tax tient's .. Tb warm Sabbath hour all heaven is chiming and t I' $ urn address
ation, and he was hopeful that he prea. life a swamp voice of departed friends and kindred ring I I O BrSGHAMTOa,
shipments every possible advantage. ent legislature would do the handsome cry. doW sky saying "Corner1 The angel BIGHAMTON. N. Y.PENSIONS .

Fully a thousand people were in Ocala hlng; : by that bureau and the state reapA sufficient classes never fell, banding from Ipphi >
on the occasion of the "Blue and Gray" rich reward. Major Fairbanks, of Fer- of maintenance. To throne, are cbtD Cower! Ye Grant PENSION BinSORTHAND.
.
who had towers of of
the nothing he tower I
Col. John M Martin was chief e"w.
reunion.
nandina said that oce of A committeeof
as
of IsP
while
(or a family prophets, tower of 3eI1,
and his aids Moore of knights Ape evangelist _____ _
marshal Col.
were, the state press two years ago to urge until children are *, tower of the the Lord God ...' _asS "a..a
Lake City, Capt. II. C. Wright, CoL the legislature to create this bureau, he the started in the and the Lamb a chiming. ''Comer! Com I .ilU.L&aes t Ira.*42. a esw 7.L.seams,
Parr and Major, Lancaster Oen. J. J. thanked Mr. Rogers and Mr. Dunn for all the rivalries Pardon for all, and peace for a and heaven I -

Dickison commanded the vete ans. Ills their hearty co-operation in creating and legislation of crops With, for When all who Russia will 0 one of her great wart i TOU WilT

ntf rna 8. W, Atkins. The procession securing the entering wedge which gave and bare and the suffering WA soldier had long LEARN
b .. ..,.
wan a flue and imp<*lng one. (The editors' only the present tax, but which, to make in, Is mighty and bitter, and they were the .cata- o d.MU4.4 W read Diicln.ua'U-It eosta. shorthand pun I. *
association formed part of it.) it effective, must be increased. lIe spokeof hundred and end of the strife. fc.Q.UruAtan. P.lt$S..LUCMC.G5.

Director-General Long was master of the former members who opposed it, hene. who bye One day a meg in great excitementran
What
all the
ceremonies who introduced the speaker we among army shouting BAGGY KHEESSSR
; but trusted they saw and comprehendedthe A in life, "Peace I Peace The sentinel on tK
o !
President It. F. Rogers, of the Farmers'Alliance wants and necessities of the state in solace of asked "Who peace" And m Adept b uad.au at Barrard Amhenl sad ether

exposition, who welcomed the that direction more clearly now, and died at I we employ the soldier turned lay hospital mt and Cullia a, also b, pro.<-o snifiinmniM saaa ma..
tate press and tho veterans of the blue would do better. He referred to the noon. a eternity to asked the"Who says peace?" a up a "Srft.ijj0 B. J. G& X.YV* for 71f ysshlnjtffa 700r Iowa.amil BosliMii]W _W
who down .
men
And the demanded dition b ecfet o th uan wel' -
gray press of the state an4 of the qWo"Wh IYI peace! ''th* vi g T UD I'. Booka.pi -
The articles of incorporation of the that they teach the people the Importance was to p messenger ''1 Cu a reaa.ittlp. Arithmetic ttburvoaad,at*.
re MAiL7 *
; Florida met Manufacturing company, to <.f immigration legislation. Three committees gave out, p.ae.u T' la1 LotIoroa4S.i taucat.41 by CUomara >
be \oCted. at Kusimwee, have been pub- were appointed-one each on thetresident'a Cog Ito t going home. That meant tha w *over. &.1. .I la I r .
I in and the through I a 5>o morewoUand no more long marche sad ty-
fished. The Leader says : Elsewhere 1 address, immigration the Lord' 111 =
messengers
[ this issue "*ill b* fuun.1 .the articles of proposed excursion, and the libel law. good o ahovl m o S mov tr.th these great encampments I ee a Iiv .pA.I"I"..

incorporation of the much talked of rice '1 he delegates elected to the National ago. It all the an cry "Peace btwe earth o fea.5..e QIU t4 IUV1I.
mill; also,A proclamation of Mayor Wat- Press association are Charles W. DaCosta, and exigency no one Pu Ww and want t $seest.

I ton biibmitting to the people th*; question :Mrs. Lucie Vannevar, C. 11. Pendleton, upon to ago In Peace Lord_ yI! repenting you ask I, ant"Who apardoning -- nra. m.we have y&a'.*11..f.

whether the expense of obtaining this S It. :Basbett and Frank E. Hum until A 7t humbe home tay peace!I answer, "Christ our Qng de L

industry shall be paid by taxation which Quincy was selected for the next Annual nounced had given out, claI it." "My p I give unto youf c. IY

will distribute the cost upon all alike and meeting of the State 'PreM association. disease, tea a "Peace" of God p a understandiaj. I : oat'1l1fNSL.. '

tuake U Almost unfeU, or by 4utest1o;: Captain J. It Johnston was elected to malady I kst u t Ore Everlasting I .8.

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r HYPNOTISM. b. hM simply deceived AYD CCBIOCS BRIEFSDAILY I Walt .un.. WkU. The Judge was Witty:
SOUTHERN
\ ate fad? time for K I It bett.r 1 than ---.J'
you want to experiment II you wilt not at one err the prop.r Mr. Justice Mauie o.ce' iddreasra '

What an Adept Says of Its must not be undeceived."-[ were first copper-bottom! I *taut remedy doctor to sari restore you can't roar lire health end watt then try until it. phenomenon of innocence in A B11\ i' .- "

Mail. OCCURRENCES IN THE Doctor* make a mistake qalte often awl doctor frock in the followiog.worels ':r '
Mysteries., symptoms Instead of disease A patient complaint counsel tk1nk'I ;
of mysterious ache and pains,ileeplem- oner at the barf your
Japanese Interiors. Burns was the son of a SUNNY SOUTHLAND net, Kloomy t"rebodlnvlIer\'Ous disquietude innocent, I nk you Innocent, 1)11jury ?
etc. Jle Is Riven a liniment for his 'ChM. a the
Thf Subject Must Believe He The houses: that the ---- -- narcortio for his sleeplessness' ,whisky make of out own countr'meu.ln
him cheerful. and IIUI:vomlra or other poison erclso of cud i common' sense as they t$ >
is Losing His Will Power1. CB occupy we, it goes without eel weighing five pounds con Curtailed into Interesting and to quiet his nerve. Verily the last condition scss! which docs not seem to be mucR

I I"llypnotlsm" as neat and wondrously poison enough.to kill ten men. Newsy Paragraphs.The of fall that Into man the U whisky worse than or opium first.habit How and many te- have found you guilty, and it remainthat :

themselves main con Armed Invalid until death bring i I should pass upon :you the sentence' .
as a phenomenon is i ; almost always generally travel by threes -- relief. Yon don't neeil, such Huff. You need of the law. That sentence Is that you W

cot a fraud but a fact," said Professor I prises, with movable and are always chattering. Alabama legislature assembled an merely alterative.assist nature You need In regaining a remedy tier that eqnlllbrtum. will- kept in imprisonment for one day; and y

Sandwich. "It is produced by the i boxes and glides, :with first king's speech from Ux Tuer.du. strengthen. Yon the need natural a remedy function that will of assist the" body.and that day was 3'osterd.10U may now fo t

subject operated upon and not by the of all shapes and is said to have been by Henry The Covington and Macon railroad now You need remedy that will ao.lat the dive about jour business." .,
uses its own depot in Macon. tlon and assimilation of food you eat, a remedy
hypnotist. The subject, in other closets. Everything is ] that I* easy and kind to the stomach One of Gould's Schemes.
The North Carolina Phosphate company's kidney and liver.
clean Such a remedy I* !Jr. Hull's I.'
word hypnotizes himself. A I even among the Saraapartlla. Try It and yrm will then Bet -
,: hypnotist bit a fine horse at Ma works near \\ilmington, were
well In of doctor and is said Gould anticipating ad.
of spite erroneous treat'menC It that
,
: apparent simplicity, burned Saturday. The insurance is $'
has ,
occult
no mysterious
power Fla., and in thirty minutes tk* verso legislation from Nebraska tfii
which other people do not possess. I among the richest. Alone the beast died. 500. A man who I I.always talking about men and winter, has arranged to send all bj ','
the ancestors, where sticks of The formal order for the transfer of measure*-the tailor. through traffic around this, State vik
Any one can hypnotize tome people, is of the most wonder the southern department of tho Edison .,
burn, is gilded, lacquered, one FOB Dyspepsia, Indirection o Denver and the Kansas branch connecting
aio one can hynotize others. The whole organized of all animals, and .. General Electric Company from New Orleans disorder*, on* Brown'* Iron an.Rl ha Host with the Missouri Pacific and.K ns'*
is nishcd like, a pagoda with to Atlanta WAS issued Tuesday. Tonln, tfreballds the system,cleans the Blood Y
subjective. *
onatter purely the whole of its organization is and itrenctlieiii the Buuole*. A splendid took City. Then he proposes to contest th t
"Hypnotism begins and ends with lanterns. The grand jury at Chattanooga, Tenn., for weak and debilitated persona. right of a State legislature to regulate 1
Everywhere else a to facilitate flight. on Tuesday, returned an indictment of swept the Union Pacific because it is charter* L .

ihe person hypnotized. The sole work ness-a bareness all the more the match in Baltimore, on Oct.< murder in the first degree against JudgeJ. race Taken by.by cyclone.Pb.lrlan.lnformed storm-a, of exig by the federal government -,< JV (raa6rMt Ji. '
of the hypnotist is to deceive the A. Warder who shot hi son-in-law + N,
person and white if the dwelling 1885 John Watkins assisted Journal .. t i eIyjjJPOFfl
be' last Sunday. me that I van tb"at.nt'd j
to Tho
hypnotized. subject elegance. No embroidered with paraly! or apopleiy. I suffered
most be induced to believe that he is ; off-bearers and 'a wheeler, In the Alabama state senate, on Tuesday terribly with pain on the rleht side of my
sometimes transparent I .922 bricks in 55 minutes. a bill to make an appropriation for head especially when I would read or write
actualJy.tollng' will through and on rising to my fret would become<< perfectly
power of strung beads and sta an exhibit of Alabama's resources at the blind and had to hold to something to prevent
the work of the operator. That is all one with a fondness for world's fair was laid on the table to await my falling. I am happy tossy that Hull's $ }
never furniture it is on has entirely relieved My
any ; has discovered that the me.
there is to it. When I try to mesmerise average the fate of the election bill. appetite I. good and for the first time In Along "

a patient the only problem before or on little lacquer pedestals 175 hogsheads of liquids The city council of Americu, by a vote while, LouirrUit 1 enjoy. Ky.my dinner*.-JUr. It. C.firers .

I essary objects or vases of the course of his lifetime. of 4 to 3, decided to elect a commission _
is this How I convince this
we can placed. To the mistress of of business men, aided by an auditor, to If a girl know she I I. pretty It I*not becauseany
person that ho is no longer a free luxury consists in the of the new French battle ships overhaul the accounts of the city, whichare other girl told her eo. ;

agent? How can I get him to believe very named Carnot, in honor of the reported to be in confusion. Fonlmpureof thin Blood Weakness, Ma
cleanliness, which is one of laria. Neuralgia Indigestion and lllllousnesn,
that ho can no longer control his actions of the republic. Another is A Nashville dispatch says: Saturday take. Brown** iron Uitten-lt give strength *
testable qualities of tho a the was Governor Taylor's last day in office. making old persons feel ronng-and young c '
name "Janrcquibcrry.
? .
person strong; pleasant to take.When >
ple. Eighteen men were pardoned, making
"There are various ways to go It is everywhere the custom 1685, when the protestant chapel sixty r the past two weeks, and nearly you will Suit the girl and boy Industriously

about this, and different methods will was condemned to bo dl- 800 for the four years of his administra p.rlor-.t an apple bee.

succeed best with .different subjects. before entering a house, and the bell thereof was pub- tion.The D..r.... Can't be Cured '
equals] the whiteness of North Carolina legislature on By local application*, an they rt-.not reach
Certain conditions in the subject are whipped for having assisted thedlceased portion\ ot the ear. There la oniy" di; _
upon which one never walks Monday, passed the bill authorizing the one way to our deafness., and that Is by constitutional .
absolutely necessary, however. No fine socks with divided with its tongue. governor to drive tho oyster pirates out of remedies. Deafnes caused ban >2 OPI5 ENJOYS II.!
Inflamed condition of the mucous llnluf <
'man can be hypnotized against his wood-work itself is white Duke of Beaufort upon one oc North Carolina waters, and the governor the iu.taohlAn'l"ube.Vb"n: this tube ,el. Both the method and results .when ;
is asking the loan of cannon for that Inflamed you liar rumbling sound or I in.
will. It is not necessary that ho be a painted nor varnished picked up a brace of grouse pur- perfect hearlng.and when It 1*entirely closed, Syrup of Figs is taken) it ia pleasant
believer in hypnotism honest pose. Iteafnes the result and unlPIII the Inflammation and refreshing to the taste, and ante '
; an scep solo ornamentation, among had canoned and killed each Fire broke out in the foundry of Golden can be taken out and this tube r*. .
the Kidneys.Liver .
stored normal hearing will be gently yet promptly on ?
to Its condition
tic makes a first-class subject. But the of true taste, the in midair, and colliding is not Bros., at Columbus, Ga., Monday night, destroyed forever) nine case out of ten are and Bowels, cleanses the sjs- $ $
,subject must bo open to conviction, and spread rapidly. Considerable valuab'e caused by catarrh blob I I. nothing but an In. colds headaches
of the occurrence. tern effectually, dispels
young pine. \ flamsd condition of the mucous nrfaoea.
because machinery was destroyed. The total We will One Hundred Dollars for habitual 1
my success depends entirely give any and fevers and cures
of compliment to a bridal cou loss is estimated at $30,000, on which ease of Deafness(caused bye.l"rrhl) that we
upon his ultimate belief in the fact 'Hearth ] train at Buena Vis. there is insurance of about (13,000. cannot cur by taking Hall's Catarrh Curs constipation. Syrup of Figs ia, the"
M-oney. was stopped
Send for olrcnUrs, tree.F. only! remedy of iU kind ever. produced
that hypnotism exists and that he him. boasts of .J.C'esat&Co.Toledo, (XSold
Chattanooga now bridge
tax a
Hearth-money was a ., and this action averted a pleasing to the'taute and acceptable j
self is to become my prisoner. hearth "in all houses across the Tennessee river, It is shortly by druggist, 74 cents '' In
paying accident which could not have -- --- to the stomach prompt
"No man can hypnotize a subject to be opened'' for trutUc. Tho entire Illinois ha one hundred. and twenty-fire its action and beneficial & its)
and poor. It was always avoido had: the train on. truly
gone length of the bridge is 2,870 feet. There tariff reform club
who sets his mind doggedly against popular; under the name of first town erected are three spans of 210 feet each, time of effects, prepared only from the, most
trading on Heed's Calendar for 1801. Its
being hypnotized. ,A goad operator, 820 feet each, and 780 feet of iron trestle. healthy and agreeable substances,
money" it dated as a tax coast Lubcc founded To convey briefly an Idea of the roagnltnd commend it
was excellent
however, can very easily pick out the time of the Norman conquest. D. 1140 and became Independ. The Seventh Day Adventists are go- we'lo will make say this that enormous theditlunforleal1.auUWl many to all aud have qualities made it*the 'most f
ing to build, somewhere in tho south, a the labor of
best subjects to operate Goner number require of ty people
upon. age or fuage, vulgarly called any sovereign except tho Car great school. Tho location will be decided tea printing presses and various other popular remedy known. j'
ally speaking persons of nervous temperaments Adventists of At. machinery ffr seventy day, manufacturingat Syrup of Figs la for sale In COo ,
according to now
farthings were soon.
in the thirteenth century. very the rato < ),uuo Calendar perdsfIIt
are most easily influenced. I day Book paid by custom lanta are making a strong pull and a pull Is superfluous for us to I praise. Ihe Calendar and $1 bottles by all leading drug; '
Having a number of volunteers upon Baker, presumably of Boston, altogether to have the school built there. for JMll when so many kind words are.poken gist. Any reliable druggist vko" '"
chimney in a house. of cooked beans in uaniimousllyvpranounoed the lend. not have it on hand trill pro-j
the those pounds Damage suits amounting to (273,000: almost may
I weed out
platform, soon Black Pi'incc after his somest Calendar we have yet Issued. -wnv
minutes at a tourney under the have been filed against the CumberlandGap The subject represent three children playing cure it promptly for any one '
whom I think least likely to prove the French, imposed a tax of Construction Company, at Knoxville, tnuslual Instruments, and the positions, wishes to try it. Do not accept aaj '
of Grand .
good subjects, and then commence hearth in his French a Army encamp. Tenn. The suits are the result of the expressions,coloring picture.and general But to fin be ab make substitute. "
on every a most charming apprediated
''work upon the others. at Touawauda, N. Y., lit April, memorable Flat Creek wreck in 1880, In It roust be."0. Ask your druggist for CALIFORNIA FIG' SYRUP '! Q, '
which six of Knoxvillo's leading citizens Hood'* $Harsapartll Calendar, or send sli
"I do not always pursue the same ions.A cents In stamp for on. copy, or ten cents for SAC FHAHOI800 CAL. 1
tax of two shillings few such were killed. two, to O. L Luod.U Co., Lowell Mars Nrwroatt a.v.
are common-sense tours qur. AT. ,
course.' Very frequently I follow this hearth first received the is For the second time in the history of -- --- _,-_ .. ...- t_ ,

plan I insist upon silence in the Parliament in the reign of C ot his as'"e'el'y man "tho archi Georgit, Lee's birthday was observed asa Any person Ilo Yon sending Ever. UA.Hpecnlaiet their name and. ail. "

room-absolute quiet. Tho subjects own fortune. Appius legal holiday, on Monday the 10th. drew will receive Information that will lend P
Second by, the statute 13 Jtoman censor, used it ia a The day was fittingly observed at Atlanta, to a fortune. Bunt, Lewi & Co., Hoiurlty AugustFlower" ;
face a bright gaslight footlights or a Kansas City Mo. I
Building
Charles II., chapter 10 ( t't delivered by him 450 years be Savannah, Columbus Macon, Griffin and -
chandelier. They are instructed to posed for the puppose of other towns and. cities throughout the Worm medicine I The very name put a bad
Christian mouth union her mother ha
era. taste In child's
close their eyes and to shut them closeto !king's debt's, and settled on State. been kind and given her l>r. Dull'. Worm !>...- .k

press the eyelids together hard. during his life. The return man swallowed a large \ The large wholesale grocery establishment troyen. These llttlo candle taste good. a

Under such conditions a minute seems needle and went to a doctor to of 11. C. Neeble Co., at Helms, Ala., I A man, deserted by hi. friends,I leapt to have y
number of fire-hearths in Failed Monday morning. The liabilitieswill an sll-Yune fouling com over him at time. -
ten minutes to the I slowly it removed.Tho doctor made -. The Hon. W. Fennimore is the
subjects. wail first made by the parish run past $233,000: ; asset probably FVTR slopped free by Pn. KUNR'II Our,. J. lj
walk about them, occasionally touching but from the of and on the third attempt the bitlf. The stock on hand amounted to :Ntnv ItrxTouiB.: No Flu after llrst day'. Sheriff of Kent Co., Dd., 'and lives
unpopularity
their heads with my hands. The it was, suspected that ho came and stuck into a cushion $33,000, which was transferred to four tattle 1I1.rvelnu.l'lIree.free. l>r. Kllue Kll treatise Arch 8t.and. I'hlla.JM: ,trial 1',... at Dover, the County Scat and Capital .. 4
doctor's table. endorsers. of the State. The sheriff is a
subjects are hypnotizing themselves, tIed these returns to keep The Southern Passenger Association A simple but Ingenious Kay Presa. Portable, gentleman fifty-nine years bf age,

After holding their eyes closely shut his neighbors. 'Ibis chimney Park, Ga., is a curl. bat made a reduction on second-claw, manufactured Mss. 8 by ton U. U.of Curie hey ,will Rlansl pay Altnrii for It. and this is what he says ; 1'I have

for half a minute the sole thought of hearth-money became so About five feet from tickets from Dalton, Ga., Homo, Ga., Freight, IA per Still. mil..*. Write for circular. used your August Flowec for,Several -

all is,,'Well, what is all this coming to odious to the poor during the from a largo live oak, Tenn Chattanooga the feeder and for Atlanta all to Memphis in Texas., lie Wa's Chinese Headathe Cure. Harm- years in tny family and briny '
points 1..ln .effect quick and positive In action "own and found it does me
In the end? Then they commence to of Charles II. and James' II., protrudes a grapevine about one This icduction goes luto effect on Feb- rent prepaid e.n receipt of II |"'r UillU i use, *

watch for the slightest new sensation was abolished soon after (the diameter. The tree is perfect ruary 1st, and was mado to meet a reduction Adelrr4CuJtiWyandolt.: st..KansasCIIyMo! more good than any other rem dy. *
I have been troubled with what I i
of any kind whatever."If tho statute 1 William and and no roots to the grapevine by the Memphis and Charleston] Timber Mineral Farm Lands and Itanches
by .
road between Chattanooga and Memphis, In Missouri Kansas Texas: and Arkan a "call Sick Headache. A pain comes
they experience anything new it 10 seen. ought and sold T)ler&: Co.,Kanaa Clty.Mo.OklahomaOulde .
see. 1, chapter (1689) which also take effect on the 1st. -- "in the back part of,my head first,

is set down as the first manifestation Moments. waif tho first to sign the Mr. John B. Glover, of Marietta, was, Hook and Map'lItan"b".. and then soon a general headache;;

of mysterious hypnotic power. At I of the United States, after on Monday, Marietta temporary receiver receipt of-aueU.1'yler-- *._UwKauaaa- --,- CUy.Uu.: "until I become' sick and vomit

this stage I have frequently scared What Free Coinage Is. of the and Itorth GeorgiA If afflicted with sore eye us*Dr. Isaac Thomp "At times, too, I have 'a fullness
followed order of ..
signatures son'Eye-water.UrugglsU .11.1:1.10..1' bottle
railroad. Mr. Glover 1s now, and bus after after eating
eating,a pressure ;
subjects into complete surrender by While several gentlemen '
beginning with the East. The been since its completion, the superintendent BgwHAY'aPilLsactlike: ; magic on a Weak at the pit of the stomach, and ,

:making quick passes with' my hands Ing at the :Markham yesterday signer was Franklin, age{ of the road, and his appointment Rtoiiuu_ I' soumeca,when; food seemed to rise

before their closed eyes. My hands (hem asked concerning tho years, the youngest Nicho was satisfactory! to all parties at in. up in my throat and mouth. When
terest. His bond was placed at 20000.
being between the light and the "free is Cause ofRheumatism this if I take '
the term coinage" as twenty-five years of age This cine promises some interesting developments "I feel coming on a ,

,patient, shadows dance about over his heard nowadays. An and a strong fight is looked little August Flower it relieves t;
Richmond
of Va. ha
;
eyelids, and the active imagination mining man explained as for when the question of a permanent me, and is the best remedy I have

;' doe the rest. "Free means that the into possession of a revolution receiver comes up, which will be on Jan- An acid which tIUU In sour milk sad eider,called ever taken for it.tor this reason
coinage in the shape of General Dan. uary Slit, u the numerous creditors are lactic add Is believed bjr pb/slclau to be Ue causeotrbeuotatUm. "I take it and recommend it to i
'After holding the eyelids tightly ment should coin silver as it opposed to the road being placed in the Aeeiunulallnc ta the 1>Mood H attacks for .
: mess chest, which I. eat! .._ others as a great remedy Dys"pepsia '
the Sttfoua tissues la the Joints, and
closed for a minute they always havea free of charge. Thero are bands of a permanent receiver.A &c." 4, .
What to seeded Is ,
as bftlug 125 years old. The afoalslac palaa. a nnedy to
tendency to stick together when the coinage mints in the United I autnUIu tb*arid,and to so.1..1I..1ebe kidneys G. G. GREEN Sole Manufacturer '-
made of pine heavily ribbed ;
first is made to the BIG BANK FAILURE. and U...that all waste will be carried off. WecaakonesUr
attempt open eyes.I They are located at San
,. and Is closed by an old. eeonuMad Hood's SsnsparllU for u..ePurr Woodbury N Jersey JL,
increase this by placing my hands Sew Orleans, Carson City and II has. cured others of rksttmaUaui cud K
lock. The American National of Kansas AND.. SHORTHAND f
above the subject's eyes and pullingthe delphia. Any man who Goes Under.The wuteur.you. I TELEGRAPHY .MOVT11. v..t.._

scalp backward from the eyes, at gold to any one of those Deceitful of all Snakes. City Hood's OarsaoarlllaSoM rre..l'oeVII6: LUUENBBEI........!.,U... I
Ameracn{ National bank, of Kansas by ell dr'M>**a. Ill six for|,. Pr.,...only --- n--n---- |
the same time warning him to keep receive the gold in the shape II. B. Vaughan, in a re City, was taken charge of Monday by bjr C.L HOOD*CO, Apothecaries Lowell Mass.OO .,"A'a,"ll r.i'''0...........,.,.""'......

them closed. My action of itself Silver: is not recognized on hi. journey in Eastern Persia, K. E. Marshall national bank examinerfor | Doses One Dollar ,I (!., 'r.._' &UA.1.ItIe".i.!.u.a..u.--r.....flt'L. T t

would open his eyes, and to' keep his basis and this is what th3 in the "Proceedings of the the State of Missouri. The capital :-LLY'8 I'D.AM BALM- ewe tb. "....
stock of the bank is $123,000. No statement .. }aIa awl JsassiMI.a. Italalb.
eyes closed he exerts considerable demand. Geographical Society," re of liabilities or assets can be ob l.e.M. ...r, .u...y....... '1'.... sad smell. .... c.,..

force. Then I suddenly release] my "There are facts I can learn that among the animals' seen tained. Duriog the early part of last rN ..tJ

hold, his eyelid become fairly glued look at a $20 gold piece." snakes which "used to climb week it became known to members of the ) t

together, and I say sharply 'You can't the gentleman] "and those and hitching their tails around the Kansas American City National clearing bank house was that in e s

open your eyes!i' lIe makes one spasmodic mint where the coin was would stick their bodies ont need of atniitance. A meeting of the .he.Is s g W e JloMrll4.-I'e a' once or u fIto ur A atrial a toJwl ,i

attempt to do it and gives up and the initials of the man of a withered branch and association was called, at which resolution IOII.-Jnu taIU.t>,sass 21I sacs WadMM.M.1CURE .. w. ai f

completely. the die. If yon don't know motionless for hours My was adopted assuring the bank that "' Biliousness ; .
assistance. would
"Sometimes he succeeds in slowly to look for the marks It is a said that they were waiting be upon rendered a proper to showing the amount of $1,000,000or iliA A ,

opening his eyes, bnt before be has task, but the person who to come and perch on them, more. An investigating committee it1 Sick Headache,

time to see that I am wrong I say, secret must have a new coin and they would immediately strike reported to a meeting of the association Malaria.
that the collaterals offered by the American TW r/cGnePass!slM,mailed for I oeuU.J. .
v'Now open them,' and they fly wide pair of eyes!"-[Denver New. If this be authentic, it ascribes National bunk were not such as the F. SMITH A CO., ;

()pen. I have only to say quietly. of consciousness to the rep jiukiof the association would accept. ***," BILE BENS

'Pretty near, that time; now close All Broken Up. may be referred to the psy This decision made the failure of the 255 & 257e:::1-:: ., N. Y. City. I:


your scheme eyes Is worked again.again Then, and the it generally whole. church A Lowell of which young she woman is not a Independent.. tot con.lder.Uon.-New bank examiner the bank's Inevitable thereupon nffaira., and The assumed the stockholders national chare bank of of t;: l\lqr\ C ir! p 1A\\{ a "


wins. If not I try someone else. attendant and was politely ) ... the bank are all eastern men. Be Blaine is said to bold $:OOOO of the w 5. %..h-w. .,Y.e 1..d t .$.4 aM aIe..Y.rw4A x
A Lift. -r.: :=. ;
.
be after .
Bat after the subject once gives up, a. pew. Soon a man sue '' Tat.a..h.tRd. ...
,..... ........ .........
is completely at All and immediately (briskly] )Tickets! stock. HH_ .A.t.1.S.ual..a..r.__ e. _Wr..... __-... "_-W-WI.-a. ....a.b.p.ass.s.im. even I..II."
your mercy. you CMMajanmnnBIPIHe ...
appearance T_ 1.wr.Nr. CMI.aelraa cNINU'. e9.. tie..' ..._.
have if if she (bultatinly-Aln' got DO sets br aU L.rJ M.wtw .IU.&J.I'M_ ... -.
to do is to act as you were upon the visitor as were THE GOVERNOR IS MAD. YUle -. 1

thoroughly In earnest, ,and that you welcomed intruder. He -- PIMt'Jt. "'KKUtur. lU-lkf 1* iouiuxlMM.'ATAIUU1.-IW.L. A true: U Easiest vertsta to. Uae.'ur sCotdls

never bad the slightest doubt about self with the air of a (hastily)-Where are you Because of the False Report of sash liars 4! U bN toO 11II1&14I.

your power to control his actions abaci continued to stare at the fair ? His Insanity. f aa. r t

: ntely. In the most insolent manner. (lel.ureJ-To the next sta A Lincoln! :Neb., dispatch of Tuesday

"You can make him do anythingyou Embarrassed beyond says; Governor Thayer, Jut evening, expressed It 1. Y l8ntment of whMD, a to Lb. .
great indignation over what he DOILrI1L J'I1t'e"Wr. yaiateurseatbymatt :
s.ldbyd""
'desire-sing, dance, whistle] or young lady felt impelled to (lhaq.11)-Tweut cents. termed the false and malicious report scot ..w.... tT, lUzKLTmK, Warren. Pa.Howt. tB _

stand ou hi. bead-but go to him tie apology, which she did la the (coolly)-Ain't got no out concerning his mental coadlilon. lie to Lone MadiroA4df -Lan-ol'l' --- wtdsluyt..kit.wtuoW $

next day and tell him just what t' am Ing terms: II i a trifle weak but will apparently be in Ll.gair.1 1. V I-U-M--i.. at home *
few Mia. Book el phty."
his uul health after days' rete.JIia 0-
and an of hypnotists "Excuse sir do (aenreJ-You1' get r iu
telling you now army me, you !
mind does not appear affected: in (be TACOIIA "J:Iwfr.YlbM..a1Ir. ,W00U4Y.M.IA.AII :
could not hypnotize him again; this pie-Lowell Citizen. the next station.-(Good News. slightest degree. ass-1 i1 "''''w' -. .lMAIA, lass. I ..&a.ti4Io OJUce> W&WiuktaJi.UAt




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-pur fishermen shipped 126 barrels of -"
'S' LOCAL NEWS.
( flub from Titusvillo on Monday.Dr. Mtn '
w
--I Wills nays lIe I.l kept : ( a i S b1 CLOTHING

. .' Continued from Page 1. attending to people suffering & It
Q.o H J. :t
colds.. !
-1>r. and Mrs W. C. Tyree, of Kan- ; a r /D&gg

las City, were In town yesterday -We were pleased to nee ;! 5
atJ
.-Mr. Jan. Sanders left for bis uncle's Oruber around again after iQ 711 j' g M M1 HATS SHOES

Lome at Cocoa this week, owing to the illness.A. M "' I :::1 gM 8. ,

Illness of Mil brother. ){r. Sanders re spirit of improvement lit ::'rJ", ., JUST RECEIVED

lumed last night, and says his brothers Captali Lund, who will build IrI '

ranch better. south of J. W. Rogers &: Co. csa 1lJ F ; ij AT THE BAZAAR.: :

-In future, servlses at the Presbyter* -Miss L. Tfiurmond, of 8s 0 p4E.0 1 0IO
fan church'will be held at 1,1 a. m. and Va., Is stopping"with her aunt tlsQ J it 5 ):' 1t'10 ryj:::: 0cn ""

17 p.- in. instead of 7:.1O, until further no- II. Wilkinson, Rockledge, .. '* ltt:1o 0M t:1ws
w t Q
tlcc. lat week. M 1 1r'I Special Sales Every Monday.J.

Captain Lee has a tame 'coon and. -Mrs. S. M. Jones and ; era JE F g, t i ; M .
owl on board the St. Lucie. The owl is family have been quite ill :! 1t ."'rJJo eaS 1

quite a rat-catcher, for Wednesday night colds.! We are pleased to o. ( s- 8L '[ !;, r; P. TURNER & CO .
it caught three rats on board., much better. tl :SrJJ! g

-The steamers of the Indian River ')Ir. Fleishman and Mrs. |: : {j} 9J- '" f g'1E ? J JP"'O

'Steamboat Co. were In the hands of' the and daughter, friends of )fr. ( m :: H E. L. se D
Government Inspectors Tuesday, and Treutler, of Eau Gallle, are &::lEI I-rI ri ,

their boilers, etc., ,underwent a successful this afternoon's train. : ( S3 n' Ii ; g c::gf It... I Groceries Grain Garden Seed Fertilizer.
examination.Mr. !: F>> ." ;0 m m (! Hay
-Some members of the = H .. a ,
J. B. Albert, of New York, is In Co. have been busy this,week ; .Q.o .rJJ "p'.. oo Mo: ()' I call the Attention of tho People of Indian River to my Stock of

town again. having returned from his to the dynamo and other < {j} t:1 ,, j [ 8 Staple U'aney Groceries, F iMiit
trip down the river. lie will, probably, arrived here on Monday.Mr. .. ..
remain with us for some time. Mr. Albert Charles of MM m And Food ProductsOf
Goodyear
Iii
All Kinds. Also My Stock of
ts staying at the Grand View. was In town a couple of days _. C1
Miss,Lena Johnson, of Melbourne, lIe brought his naphtha '_S M N :i 8 Grain, Hay Bran, CottonSeed Meal,

I accompanied by her uncle, started for inspection. Last night be I r .Q I<<\)) Ground Food and Wheat.I .

Jacksonville yesterday. Miss Lena said Sanford. am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively in the above line of
they may go',further north, but would -The steamer Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I Invite your correspondence and solicit
endeavor to "take In" all the amusements Sweeney was COUNTY JAMES HOLMES, President your patronage. Very truly,
of hours behind time her
on 33. I,. !an.ADY.
ere her return. New Smyrna to this place on' ALBERT A. T A YJ.OII, Secretary.,

....:airs R. C. Scrlmgeour, our postmaster day, in consequence of a heavy WALTER
BANK GEORGE M. ROBBINS, S. GRAHAM,
,'has been having a neat-looking house freight.Mrs.. INDIAN RIVERREAL Attorney-at-Law. Attorney-at-Law.
erected on his land in the suburbs. It IsJor ..W. S. Trimble and ,

the UHO of his men who are attending ter, Miss B nnle, of Atlanta,
Robbins & Graham
,
1 io hIs orange grove. Mr. Weaver had and niece of Mr. J. C. Norwood, ESTATE i .
the contract. Point, are spending a few I

-111118. Laura Lortmter loft here for him. : t,

Jacksonville, yesterday, on a visit of a Real Estate Dealers.
-Mr. Henry Titus Is going EXCHANGE
few weeks to her sister and brother-in- $100,000. ,
this week with a happy '(
law )fr. and Mrs F. M. Ironmonger.. *
his face, owing to the fact that
No doubt her many Jacksonville friends presented him with a Equipped for. COCOA Indian River FLA. ALL KINDS OF PROPERTY BOUGHT, SOLD, AND EXCHANGED.
will be to her and make ,
glad see again, its Branches
girl last week. We were told it I
Members of Brevard Abstract of Title
Company.
her while in the
It pleasant. for metropo-.
prettiest baby In town. .
lis. .
-Mrs.' Spencer and daughter Charlotte -Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Conner, Property ot All Kinds Bought, Sold and Titusville Brevard, Co., Florida.
Security. ,
attended the Phantom Party at the ton, N. J., are expected'here:
Exchanged. P. O. Box, 250.: ,
residence of Professor and Mrs. W. II. noon. They come to Indian :
We Buy and Sell All Kinds of Real Estate, and are Sole Agents for a '
Peck, at Cocoa, on Tuesday, and repor.ted winter, and their many friends large list of carefully-selected Properties in all parts of Brevard county.
I a most enjoyable time by all present. glad to.meet them again. Mr. RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, location and value of any Property
The phantoms caused a deal of amusement is an Inveterate sportsman, and Cashier. Q All inquiries will be promptlyand on Indian River. .
dressed In their sheets and pillow excellent shot with gun or rifle. J. F. WOOTEX. reliably answered. 11 Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are unequalled
and every effort will be made to give perfect satisfaction to intending Purchaserswho
cases.Tuesday's -Mr. Wm. Jarvls, of Cocoa, may favor us with their patronage. -
Jacksonville Metropolis, town Wednesday, on his way to No Properties listed unless the Title is Perfect.
,'a4 i the following to our last week's local ville, where his eyes were to be Steamship Co. Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates Joshing large bodies of Low.,
Priced Lands.
.''on'' CoL Titus: "Col. Titus
onceteritde
color-blindness before
filling a Write for Descriptive Catalogue.
: in Jacksonville, and was known as mate on one of the
I;'to jbyuiy of our older citizens. Mrs. Tlj'tuSjwbo Steamboat Co.'s steamers lIe

: now resides at Titusville, was on the early train this morning.Mr. .
:* $aughter of the late General Edward EDWARD STILING
Hijiiins and sister II. L. Yard, book-keeper ,
[ a of Mr. C. Hopkins,
Frank Solee and J. S. Watson, had a narrow
4 r Mrs. D. P. Smith,
bonville. losing his gold watch and chain i'T' Cocoa, Indian River, Florida,

"-Dr. and Mrs. J. E.' Baker and little day afternoon. While washing
the watch and chain fell Into Dealer in
I son,'returned from their trip to Jupiter

i and,Lake Worth ,on Wednesday. They house He was and not dashing long In off closing for Mr. Paints Hardware Stoves Tinware & Agateware
report a very pleasant time while In the ,
who with the aid of rake
| Lake Worth section-fishing, etc. It is a PLUMBERS' fe: MILL SUPPLIES, OILS, GLASS &: PUTTY, TABLE
recovered the articles much to
needless to mention all the sport they &: POCKET CUTLERY, BARBED WIRE.'WIRE NETTING,
light of Mr. Yard. Charleston and Florida Lines. '
J bad, or what Mrs. Baker ,shot. They : &: WIRE CLOTH.
j gave our office a pleasant call while in -The ladles met at the

[,town; and expect to start for Rockledgothis church, according to Steamships of this Line are ap

afternoon. They hope to visit Eau Friday evening last, for the as follows :

Gallle shortly organizing a W. C. T. Union (STANDARD TIME.:) ;
-:We have Just received an invitationto town. At the meeting, inter alia From Jacksonville.
attend a party to be held at the Melbourne decided to invite the president : STEAMER Florida. o
M."CREROKEE"!: : ....... Jan. let, at
P. Thursday 8,00 A.M.
I House, Melbourne, on Wednes- above Union, whose home Is in : P. ......'.BEMINOLE.*........Sunday Jan. 4th, at 10,00A.M. 0
[ day evening next, but we regret our"In- W. T., to visit this section, and p.P. .M..M'ALeiONQIJIN.Thureday..... .IRWUOlS..Toeaday.. Jan.Jan. Bth 8th,. at at 12,00 1,30 Noon r. M.
iblhity to be present. If our business organizing a branch of the P. M."YEMASSEE.Sunday. Jan.llthat 4,00 A. M.'

lueps on Increasing in the next four perance Union. This lady P.. JHEROKEI.Tue8day.........SEMINOUS,".........Thursday,, Jan.Jan. Kith 15th,, at at 8.00 6.00 A.A.]M'M
months as it has In the past, we shall now in Florida.A ] : P.II..IROQUOIS..Sunday. Jan. ')8tb. at 11,00 A. j\['
: ....! Jan. 20th, at 12-00 Noon'
.ALGONQUIN/.Tueaday.
have to give up going to parties, and ......."YluAtASSEE! ........Thursday, Jan. 22th, at 1.30 p. M'
dispatch from New : P. ...... '= Jan. lath at sue A. M'
,"buckle down" to business. The party The American schooner Maggie ......"CItERUKEE7'.Sunday.SEMlNO.l! ...,....Tuesday, Jan. 27th, at 6.00 A. M* DOORS, SASH, :BLINDS, BRIGS,
........IRI.JqUOI8..Tbuntday, Jan. ath, at 7.00.... M'
Li to be given by Mrs. W. Wilson and Lime &
is bulitined as lost, with all ....!"ALGONQUIN,"......Sunday, Feb. 1st, at 9.00 A. j\[' Cement, Shingles & Lath.
all who will, have doubt ...... Feb. 3d, at 11.00... '
go, we no en- board, somewhere either off the .CJlEltOK.EE..Tbur8lUy"YEMAS9EE.Tuesday, Feb. Dth, at 12.00 Noon M* Guns, Ammunition and Fishing Tackle of all kinds. Ship Chandlery Goods,Gauze
,joy it thoroughly.We Florida, or among the West Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasoline Stoves, Coffins and Caskets;
ARTESIAN WELL PIPE Lawn
a Specialty. Mowers, Ice
call attention to.the advertisement
-SInce the above was In type a Cream Freezers; Brick, Lime, Cement and .
of the Indian River Lumber Company dispatch from New York this Johns River Line; Chimney Pipe; Flags &: Bunting; .4
on the top of page b.- The business says: The English steamship Table and Pocket Cutlery; Mouldings, Scroll Work, etc., etc.

heretofore commenced and managed by dack which arrived here from the and Intermediate Points on Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free on application. Correspondencesolicited
Mr. R. Ranson has been and estimates furnished promptly. 9
incorporatedwith ward Islands, brought as the St. JohnsRlver.i
a sufficient capital to meet the Capt. Johnson, his wife and
i wants of the river trade, and a stock four seamen of the American The elegant Iron Je-wheel Steamers

1 commensurate with the demand will 'be Maggie E. Gray of Baltimore, J'ACKSONVILLE," J. S. Watson
put In Immediately. The business will was wrecked at Little Cayman Capt. W. A. SHAW, i Co.

I remain under the same management, cember 28th. The Maggie E. DE BAR," ,

with Mr. Wade Harris as yard foreman, Cardenas on November 23, -T. W. LUND, Jr.,
I
I and )Ir. C. E, Dakin, bookkeeper.Mr. Port Cayman to load guano ,dally except Saturday at 3JO p. m., and from Sanford, C01'nn1.ission
dally except Sunday, at t.a.m.
Will Roe ch, of Eau Gallic, was more. A big storm came on I

j in town yesterday. He came up to meet vessel was forced to weigh her SCHEDULE. NORTHBOUND.Read Up. I AND

his father and mother, who arrived from and put to sea. The storm .............Jacksonville..........................Arrive 11.45 p. M.
................Falatka............................Leave 7.00...'M.1
Wisconsin on the afternoon train. Mr. and Capt. Johnson decided to ...... ..............tor.....,......................_ S.OOP. M. 1
Roe ch said the Mississippi! was frozen make Little Cayman, sixty miles .... ...............St. Francis...................?....... 12.4: p. M. FORWARDING MERCHANTS.
...............Beresford ........................... 11.41... M. *
when left Monday, and ,when he got He arrived at the port in safety ..............Blue Sprtngi........................... 11.00 A. M.
................Sanford.... ..00 A. M.
to Titusville he thought It pretty warm. on board a needed quantity of ...............:Enterprise. ........................... 9.30 A. M
This is Lilt first trip south since the war, beef and pork. Then the vessel and Ticket Office 88 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. Dealers l in Fertilizers

j and he was surprised at the rapid strides back for Grand Cayman. The Jr.. Florida Passenger Agent,88 West Bay St..JacksonfllU,Fla. ,

I Atlanta and other' southern towns had : had by that; time worked Itself ,on Freight wharf Agent foot llogau,foot Laura Street Street JacksooTllte Jacksonville.,FU. Fla. P. Henderson & Co'sardoii Seeds,
I made since that time. They left for Eau highest possible pitch, and for ,foot laura Street JacksonrUle FU.

Gallle on the steamer St. Lucie yesterday the Gray tried to make .Grand : !:M&najoer.llllowllAg.Aut.( Traffic Mxtmuer Green S Bowling New York.Green,New York. &
'Orange Boxes (Crates
I afternoon. where she intended to finish bet & CO., Gen'l Agents., paper. .

-i-"Woman' curse, the ordinary nerIvous On the morning of December the B Bowline Green,New York

headache, brought home almost vessel struck at; the entrance to CEMENT, PLASTER &; HAIR. AGENTS FOR OCALA. LIME
always as one of the acquisitions of a DUe getting wedged in between I -
Agents for the C. F. T. REFRIGERATOR CARS.
day's shopping, can be greatly relieved mouse rocks. The captain,
and generally cured by a very simple daughter and the first mate put Carpets 1Y.EattillgEtc. Will FurnUh Car When Deelred. and see that they are properly LO.IDEDICEDBILL-
remedy," said a physician to a New small boat leaving the remainder El, and TRACED to Destination.

i York Ttltyram reporter "Simply soak srew, a steward and two We will Buy all kinds of Fruits, Vegetables, Furs and Skins i in fact
1 a sponge in water as hot as it can be board the vessel, there being no dt> n.e'tn1.1. we will Buy and Sell anything offered to us.

I bourne, and apply to the back of the moda ion In the lifeboat to Largest Selection In the State. Our prices compare favor Correspondence solicited on any wants you may have.

nook. Repeat this many times also applying off. These three men hung to the \ Special attention paid to orders and correspondence. Respectfully, J. S. WATSON & CO1

.the sponge behind the ears and for 3 days and finally saved ; to the Best; Grade.

n the tightly drawn muscle and by throwing the bight of a line the right goods will come.
aerves which have caused so much mis- pinnacle of an enormous rock
f1t will be felt to relax and the pain rests within few feet of the : : TiaxcIfcLgrott: 6s Co., "Advocate" Job Printing Office

Prickly disappear. It doe not cost any this way they managed to get;

ng Try it the next time you. bare acadache The men saved nothing and are 01'i V" .T. FT.A. ILLS A COMPLETE OUTFIT OF NEW' TYPE OF THE LATEST

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