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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: February 6, 1891
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Indian River advocate

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Vol.: :1.. TITUSVILLE, Indian Rl FLA.., FRIDAY, FEB. 6, 1891. No. 26-: '. 4:. t J". ::1' S':

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CHURCH NOTICES. I -Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Plumb, of Stock- r -WillIam Futch, ono of our draymen, -Mr. O. Glllesple\ of Montreal, Canada -Mr, Ja*. Smith, of Fan Gallle, Is -We were pleased to see Mr*. 'Simony:':. ,\tii l ; .

bridge, Mann., friends of Mr. and Mrs. Is recovering from a severe attack of was In town Wednesday.Mr. now employed by the Indian River son out again after her late Illness.Rev. .' ,;'- t .: t :hI

EI'I""'COP AL CHURCH. W.,l3. Peck, arrived here Saturday? ; and La Grippe. and Mrs. II. Watton, of Clifton, Steamboat Co. G. W. Vansickle, of Winter ." (

Divine service every Sunday morning at 11., are spending a few day in town. -Mrs. M. Watson, of Tonlca, I1L, arrived Intro Wen spending a couple of days in -Mr. I1n.Ir' Barnett, of Trenton Park, will preach at the Presbyterian. .f \

fourth Rev.B.Sunday F.Brown morning will ofllcUta at 11 the and second evening anti at Parties wishing a first class articleof hero Monday, and left for Lake town this week. N. J., arrived In town Monday, and church on Sunday next-morning at 11. { ;

7M o'clock. pure guava jcllio will do well to call I Worth next day. S3T* By subscribing *l.ro( per annum started for Lake Worth next day, and evening at '1:.,,0. j
Sunday School at 3 o'clock m. .
Holy Otmmunlon Becoiid p.Sunday In the on or. address Mrs. Sarah M. Allen, I I -Mr. and Mrs. C.' F. Wing of New for the AnvocATE:, It will only cost you Money I lMoneyt I II! Money I tit to -.1. beautiful 14-room residence and .1 ,

tnonuu Rev.- B. F. BBOWJJ, Rector. Georgians, Fla. 204t Bedford Mans., wero new arrivals' to Tlirrr t'tnhYr llVrl, }\ tngr IncImM' loan on real estate. Apply to Robbins ground', within (00 miles of New York, : f; \

-Service at St. Gabriel's Episcopal town Monday to any part of tho United States. This .! Graham. Tltunl1le. ,-111\. 8 City will bo exchanged for Florida\ bract, ". '

church on Sunday morning at 11 o'clock; I\llium will not ruin ',- nnyingf' "" rritta-uit.inuv"- lust bo Indian 1U Also some 'r tt t tI
on er.
rRESBYTERIAS CHURCH. -Mr. C. B. Taylor and wife, of Cambridge you. I terTChM- Thou art In the presence pt thlna eai t

Preaching every Rabtiath at 11 a.w. and 754 evening, at 730._ Rev. B. F. Brown will Mass., placed their autographson : There will be private fancy dress king, who can destroy thy bo.ly. bur i I luabte land on Long Island. AU en-' ,' '. t r.
p. m. Sabbath School at 9 JO a. ni. lraer officiate. Bat think thee, Huch,:: Latlmcr, that them ai ,
meeting every Wednesday evening at 7:30.: the Indian River Hotel register! this bull at the residence" of I'1'0r. and Mrs. )| ",and pretence of the King of heaven and t rely free from encumbrance of any ,i ", ,..f I

Rev. J.NO. For, Pastor. -The attention of our readers called week. ) '. II. Peck, Cocoa, on the 2.Uh: inst., to osely who can destroy bnu body; and" soul,... i.Mud.' Address, J. B. Albert, Tltujyllle. !' .; \fat'
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to the new advt. of }[essr8. Faulkner, -- a :T* \
-For Sale, a square, grand piano, two which we are pleased to acknowledge a -S\ antod(, some good I budded .
Kellam & Moore
Preaching every BAPTIST 4th CHURCH.Sunday at 11 a. m. and of Atlanta, ,Oa.manufacturing, which will be opticians foundon stools' and cover; perfect order' ; very personal Invitation. trees. :Stato: variety, ago of bud, sire, Eugene P. Bosanquot, a wealthy ... '1 j

TX p.m. Sunday school every Sunday at 4 p. in cheap if sold immediately. Address, G. -Stop at the Titusvillo Moat Market, price, etc. Address, J. O. Walton, Fat: young Englishman, from London, was : \ .

Prayer meeting every ThurmUy at 1% p.m. our fifth page. W. Schuyler, Indianola .t. f. 'on Washington Avenue, when you come Uallie, Indian River Fla.Mr. 0 bitten on the leg by a rattlesnake Sun- "' .r: rnr
Rev.A. V. COIIEX Pxstv4CATt1UtiC
Our Chief editor-Dr. Walter' S.
1, Graham-returned- from Philadelphia -It is doubtful whether La Grippe I to town. Fresh eggs, chickens, vegetables -I \ F. C. Allen, of Geol1tlnnlgRVtl day morning, about 10 o'clock while '" p ,} : ..
Saturday '
beef pork Tennosee but call Tuesday lie i hunting In A hammock near Daytona, ;,
. CHURCH. will leave enough able-bodied men in sausages our office a pleasant .
. funeralof
attended the
where ho
friend
Mace and Sermon at 10)j o'clock a.m. Sunday the county to act as jurors next week ter, etc. E. J. Davis, manager. lt.f. came up with tho remains of a Mr. If. accompanied by his Evelyn Wai*
his whose lemaina he took
at Manonlo hall. brother, | ker of London. Every effort was mallet I
morning ,
who died
I and court have to adjoin Theie'B money In pineapple) culture, D. :Smith, of Philadelphia, '
Rey.JF.OiiovLr., Rector. may I
save hi!* life, several eminent physl- w
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---------- north.Capt.. Roy Me. Fadden is now ready -Mr. L. M. Travor, of Trenton, N. J., and' no one mare fully rciUUea ibis than from consumption.llovmo clams being constantly In attendance..
three ten ,
of the to rent, from \to
for the season with his schooneryachtQueen arrived in town Monday, and left next Mr. lIt S. Kencdy, who has one -
Distances by Steamer from Titus, and who furnished, on Indian Rivcr.-Ai- Coming within no short a. time after the
and has taken his at for Lake Worth which p'lce lie lion largest pineries this section, rooms, '
quarters day
up Indlanob Merritt'eIsland sail death of our late friend, Mr. Willie 1 wr ;
\llle to York to A. Hlldreth, ,
New ply
MHOS. Ruckledge. The Queen is fitted up bet been In the habit of vUlthig every winter : has a contract to supply a 21'Mr Adams' of Montreal, Canada, who was i t'

lIarJeevlle! .... It" ..., ,. I ter than ever, and she will take pleasure during the past five years. firm with all the He apples he from can produceat twenty. -: ,.Fla.and Mrs. F, M. Ironmonger: killed by a rattlesnake at Melbourne, (t' a t

Courtney .. ,, , 14 parties anywhere between Titusville and\ '-For sale, 1,000 acres of land fronting 1.00 each. ships week. Mr. and Mis. B. B. Pope and Miss Laura has cast quite gloom over the neIgh.. a'
Sharpen .. ... 17 five to fifty of his. fine apples per ;
Key West. I four miles ou Indian River, in South started for Tampa yesterday to hoi'hood of Daytona and 8t, Augustine If. it
City Point, ,, ..... IS -Orlando Kfcwil. Lorlinler
( Imuanol.o.. It v. 20 Advertising gives character1 and Brevard. For information, address W. attend tho ball at the opening of tho and, In fact, all along tho East Co,"!. ,

Merrltt, .. ... 22Cneon. standing to a finn. Go into any community A. laugh TltUBvillo Fla. JM.t.f. -Mr. S. F. Gray, of DIxon J: Cray groat TomplDt111Iotel.. Mr Bosnnqnct! and\ his true Mend, Mr,,

... ..,. .... ,. 24 as an entire stranger, and pick up LulUt Us been" clearing J' has been quite 111 for tho. past week, Walker, weN well-known, having spent t',, 1' '
-Capt. and Mrs S. Munn and daughter
the complaint but Mr.
Hardee's 25 ,
.u..u..u with prevailing we : -
the papers published there. Look for greater part of the! o\Hcm: In I A" ruIIUne. )
Bocklodge, ... .... 20 and planting banana, cabbage palm- team Is now Improving! though not of Montreal, Canada, arrived here on 4'gtit G
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20 their largest advertisers and you In- Lund House Both these gentlemen went to St.'Angii<< i
Coquina, .. :. ettoes, etc., around the ; the rapidity that might be wished.. Friday last, and left, on tho Sweeney,
Georgiana, ... 31Brantley variably depend upon the fact that you and now lie hAS started building a store with tlno early In the season and, rda! j 4
37Tropic Mr. (I"oDe of tho lending spirits In same day, for Rocklodge. Mr. Munn "'
,. have found the most reliable firms in Gray their head-quarters at the AJcazitfl ; i
,. i ... .. 42 Pa on Washington avenue. the Electric Llg .t Company, and now has not been here for about two years, ., rand
that community,-Reading ( ) Eagle. terod Into the social life of the'( ,
Eau: Gallie.... ... CO -Mr. W. L. Horn and wife, and Mrs. that the plant Is ready for erection, he and noticed the many Improvements In tt u
. 53 Mrs.Sackett had her trim little by their pleasant manner* wt t t 11
Melbourne .... In
Southgan, of Nashville, Tenn., were would like to be able to be .obi hand 1 and Titusville during his absence. They all '
Tillman .. .. ... 08 lauuch over this week, and it runs exceedingly returned from favorites. They wore both tni t t
Malabar 00 town 'Monday, having assist In superintending its erection. gave the AI>VOCATK: a pleasant call Yet '
d
well. She will it between the St. Augustine olul4 i
run gun
Mioco ;.. ,. 63 their trip down the liver. They left, -James Knight, the keeper of Can while in town.A t .J lt,
Titusville and Heath where she has a great Interest in the sports a j
Sebastian,..Jt. 73 same day, for fields. anew. averal light house, and a resident of rumor of burglars has been 4.
80 beautiful She she is urea of the country. They w : ,,1
Orchid. orange grove. says and $:1
time
'. .. -It III i sold the Indian education problem that Important settlement, was In town around our town for some past, 'h,1
Knew . S) willing to take a partner in the grove, for some time guest of Mr. H
fill the this week and judging from the way he this lead Mrs. Bravo to borrow a pistolto !
Narrow,. and wilt also give a fine building lot to is somewhat complicated by ting at his country place on the i.
St. Lucie, .t .. .. ..1W( that of the brightest was loaded with packages when we saw protect herself. On Tuesday evening, fxas.
who will erect a club-house in discovery .some .' )Ir. Bosanquet was struck by th.;" f. Pi .
... .10il anyone wel'e .
Fort Pierce. his to the city dock, about nine o'clock, the neighbor i \j
of the CarlUlo school have him making way above .
this excellent hunting neighborhood.The graduates rattler on the Inside of the leg Just
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,110den. home It Is safe to that arousal by hearing the report of a pistol '
his return say '
schooners Einely "])" and Bessie recently been on the war path, painted on the ankle, whilo\ hunting In the ham

Waveland .. .. ,. "..130 "U" of the Lake Worth and Jackson- as hideously and howling for, blood 'as the merchants of our town lost nothing and upon Inquiry, Mrs"Brovo told mock which skirts the western edge' of ::

Juplter..o.1 ,.,'"PO ..J54: ville Transportation company, are in loudly as the most ignorant D&vage In by the coming of Jim to town, and there them she' !saw a man's face at the window UI'1tonllie was carried on the shoulders ? t r
for A she he was trying to
of hU family lacking presumed
LAKE WORTH I.ET'TO' port loading for Lake Worth with lum- their tribe. Is no danger of' his friend to Daytona where i

New River. ...r. ,,. .., ..,,,67 ber and assorted cargo. This line Is doing Commodore Caldwell II. Colt, of anything to eat or to wear during the force his waX"JD.be". tack deadly aim, assistance was procured and liquor was, t 4obtainud.
.80 but failed 'to strike tho object, which
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Cnt months.
Narrows next few
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traffic betweenour board the yacht At- Mr. Walker In the meantime
sloop
Cape Florida.,..:. .,. 00 a very heavy freight Hartford, on made Alt( ,In",double quick time. Mr. .
Soldier Key,'?. ,.? 1O city.and the lake. The vessels are ala, passed down the coast Monday, Bravo I* the wife of the popular Captain endeavored to drive the poison from the ,

Elliott Key' .<......:.100 well appointed and ,sea worthy-good having left St. Augustine Saturday. Bravo commander, of the St. Sebastian.Mr. wound by sucking it, and In so doingwa 0

e Key Largo,.IllKey sailing making the run In from one anda A Mr. Campbell Boyd, of England, was "Warranty, Satisfaction and Quit-Claim Inoculated by reason of a tore on

West,.... & half to two and a half days.-.Standard. also on board. They are making a trip Deeds, Lease, etc., for Sale at the ADVOCATE John F. Flannery, of Omaha bill Up, and narrowly escaped ''serious i

-We are pleased to acknowledge an around to the tarpon grounds-Charlotte : Nebraska, who arrived in Tltutvllle a consequence he became partly parallzed'; j ,

invitation from Capt. and Mrs. C. II. Harbor, where Lieut. and Mrs.,/Henn office.Wedding r..- Cards few weeks ago, has decided to make his 'owing to It, but la considered out'' of "

LOCAL NEWS. Brock to attend the celebration of the have gone-and expect to haYe 'sood We shall be pleased to"| permanent home In Brevard county. lIe i danger A special train from St. Aug-*.' F ,

twentieth year of their married life, I fishing sport in that part of Florida- }.,. t"' ': receive a share of your purchased, through Robbins A Graham, ustlne brought Dr. Fremont Smith to' '

which Is termed a "China Wedding." ,.... !CJ Job Work-.-envelopes,} It the excellently-situated property known his aid, but all help was unavailing, and '
Society and General Goulp In connection -Sloop yacht, Vixen, for sale; 28ft. A {letter-heads,note-beads, as the "Vann place," at Clifton, which j' 11.'t.
residence In died at 12.40 midnight Mr. Uosanquet -
at their he :
with Indian River and Lake Worth cations It is to take place
beam 2ft. draft. Fastest bill-heads statements, ::
long, 12ft. 'p :t has a large frontage on Mosquito Lagoon wi
week. Brief mention ol friend of Mr. Trevor
Spenoer
dart..t North Titusville this (Friday) evening. [ else. jii' was a ,
afloat of her class. Winner of q or anything the Haul-
Interacting Event About People TonKnow The above are well known and have yacht -.-... just north of, and adjoining civil engineer of the East Coast Canal
and People You Don't Know- twenty seven races. Complete outfit. canal. The purchaser expects to .
over
friends Jacksonville and on the and Transportation Co., who was at the
Picked op by Our Society Editor. many New sails. Cedar tender. Hardwood h take possession at once, and make extensive I I.
St. John's River as well as In this sect- Lead ballast. Indian River Hotel on Wednesday ,
cabin. Sleep four. improvements on the property,,
By Advertisements under this heading Ion. The ADVOCATE wishes them every Water tanks. Ire box and everythingthe -Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Crook, of Clifton, and he will reside there. Mr. Flannery -A Correspondent say*J "Editor'ofv'EAST ',t {!r, ,

are fen cents per line per week. happlne l'and; may they live" to celebrate best. Will be sold cheap If sold be- were in town :Monday and Tuesday. ha been .a locomotive engineer for many COAST ADVOCATE, duck are teem-1 I t 6

their "Golden Wedding. We re- 1801. Can be seen at Travelers' Hotel when Ing In our neighborhood and a* we get
fore March lit, I Stop at the and Is still a member of Division
the ADVOCATE at Dr. Screven' inabili to be present, owing : years, to dinner at time. l tl
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gret our y .
A.Get Rockledge. Address, "Vixen, box 23, you go Jacksonville. Everything first 183 of Locomotive Engineer of Omaha, some tony company =
per copy. to' a touch of the "all-prevailing. 20ltMr. advt. 8. 8 we naturally have duck ,on the dinner
their
Rockledge, Fla. class. See on page Nebraska, but say he U tired of the
-By: Please watch the date on yellow -Mr. and Mrs. W. 8. Conner, of Trenton table but the trouble Is, how to earye'' < a'
Herman ,Fischer, son of Capt.C. -We had the pleasure of a call from wear and tear of the old life, and of the ;
printed slip at head of this paper or N. J., who were expected here last them. Some of them are- tough northern 'aj1
F. Fischer, of this pl.e, has been Mr. and Mrs. Win. T. Seaton, of New blizzard that infest his former home,
wrapper. Do not allow your subscription Friday afternoon, arrived the following ducks; do you think U would be' J
upon :
appointed, by Supt. W. B. Watson, to Orleans, Friday afternoon but. It was and has decided to enjoy the balance of
to expire. day, having come by way of Ormond on good form to put my knee on the tableto
the position of commander of the steam their first visit to the Indian liver coun- his life 'mid the balmy breeze and
board the St. Augu tlne. They were them No sir It I Is not good
James Pritchard we learn, has pleased with It. of Florida. lIe Is at carve ,
;Mrs. er White, which commenced, Monday try, and appeared quite bright sunshine ,
around Saturday evening, giving a knee the table
been a sufferer from the grippe duringthe I morning, to carry the mall etc., to all Mr. Seaton i III president of the American present, domiciled at the Lund house form to place your upon ,
hand-shake to their old trlenda, duck If
carving a even
hearty when are ,
put week, but is now mueh better. points on Merrill's Island, while the W L. C. Color Works New Orleans. -Engineer E. B. Fitzgerald met with you j
to them In Florida beautiful tourl.ta'MIICCaI.ako
who were pleased see do reside In the
-:Miss Amelia Scobie, sister of Mr. i: again. Mr. Conner was out duck shootIng Georgiana took the west side between They left here Friday afternoon, on a very painful accident to his right eye you Worth; while Itl-, the f

IL. W.,. .Scobie.. who arrived here a short In here and Melbourne. We congratulateyou board the steamer Sweeney, for Rock- on Friday evening 'about five o'clock.
-- this week and brought quite a height of Ill-breeding to facetiously .remark ,j 0'j
time ago, is still in town stopping with number. Herman, upon your promotion.The ledge, where they expected to remain ) While one of the engineers on board the that wish bad an axe" s. it
you
:Mr. and Mrs. Scobie. Saturday's Timti-Union gives the White seems to be a kind of first for a few days before going to Tampa. steamer White was chipping at a pieceof There are several you ways of caning a dutk

in Ti- stepping-stone to the better-class boatsof They returned Monday, and left, same Iron, which Engineer Fitzgerald was
-The maximum temperature maximum temperature en Friday as The most successful way to treat one (La
the Indian River Steamboat Co. for the Gulf Coast. holding, a chip of It flew Into the ball of
.tusvUle, on Sunday, was.83 degree. If 60 degrees In Titusville, while Jacksonville day, to call the attention of those at the table
excruciating l-
,that Is not as good as summer weather Is credited with a warmth of 70 and -Reader, the greatest aid you can -Mr, J. M. Lee's bear had a narrow hi. eye near the pupil Immediately, causing started to something outside (If you were at
He
north, we are surprised. Jupiter 78 degrees. Great Britain I give your newspaper i'II your job printIng escape of meeting a watery grave while agony.and called In the aid of Dr. R. B. Hotel Indian. River, Rockledge, you 4

-Captain Bravo Informs as that the Jacksonville must be moving south. ; U you do not feel able to run an advertisement being shipped from "titusvilU to Rock- home, could draw attention t<>Mr. J. )L Lee' '
who of a magnet, succeeded
mean
water has been lower this week on Indian There appears to only be a differ- surely you can afford to ledge on Thursday last, Serjeant Kersey Wilson, by small piece of the bear), and, when every head U turned, '
In extracting
River than it has been during the pastten. ance Of two degrees between Jacksonville give the newspaper your cards, dodgers, took the bear on board the steamer St. from the At this quickly grab the bird In both hand and (

yean. and Jupiter ou the above day while bill-heads, letter-heads and envelope to LucIe with the Intention of accompany foreign body Mr. Fitzgerald was eye. unable to rip it up Into piece of the required *.11e.It I'

-Secretary Noble has appointed J. L. Titusville seems to have been 10 degrees print. The newspaper man needs It, lug it to Rockledge, but as he was In- point stand, further operation; but in the is I said this method of serving duck .

Cutler, of Fort :Myers Fla., vice Ben. colder than Jacksonville. Upon inquiryat and It helps him pay his printer for set formed that Bruin was perfectly safe evening any he started for Jacksonville on has been adopted by some of our leading

to visit our Signal Service office, we find the ting up the thousand and one free notice and could be handled by those on board, I society bachelors on Indian River and "
deceased special agent most
Schubb the his to one of the expert ocui '
74 degrees and town without he returned home. However after way splendid satisfaction. _T, .
the Seminole Indians In Florida, for the maximum temperature wu he give you your i i lists Dr. Calhoun,of Atlanta who Is,we has given ?
their condition in Titusville on the above day. cream getting at much ai a "Thank:. You" steamer had started some distance down make the runt double sure, It U beet to y
of investigating learn afraid )lr. Fitzgeraldwill
to
purpose them. But don't and give It to Indian River the bear became excited, regret hire.a nlggar boy to get a couple of dogs
and finding suitable lands, if possible, -The earnings.of the steamer Sweeneyfor fur go and fell lure his eye Engineer Fitzgerald 1*
have averaged I the printer or job printing office awayIn got the collar-snap unfastened under the dining-room and, at .a given
over
for homesteads for them. the past ten days Immediately a brother of (!aapt.. J, W. and Jno. Fitzgerald
other town that can give i overboard. A cry was signal from start them fighting.
and it is a well-known fact some you you
-Notice. For the benefit of parties (80 per day, overboard and the ,both of whom are well known and
such return I* expending neither raised of "Bear This was never known to fall to thawthe
in
to move BO I
has not begun
that fruit yet In Jacksonville and on
wishing to visit New Smyrna from pointson possi highly respected
hove-to M quickly
time nor brains la trying to help steamer was attention of the guests long enough
of the ,
Some money
Indian Rivet tickets will be sold to good shape. orange grow. lowered and manned the St. John's River. The ADVOCATE '
The time ble. A boat was the tough duck to be .If
build town. for all ,
is may
not begun to ship. It you up your
have yef"mueh
yet the accident a*
''parties of five or more on one ticket ers Wm. Lee and Herman Fischer deplores '
diem for come when a newspaper can live simply by Captains however, you allow your curiosity to get t
that the
till Feb. 28th claimed per expenses Fitzgerald I fa well known to us.
round Engineer
"for one fare the trip, succeeded in securing
who eventually and leave the table-
the above steamboat are not upon the revenue from advertising and returned this the better of you to ,..j
running Fitzgerald
Boat train no longer stop at Titusville but ordinary the chain and collar-snap together again Engineer the fight.- case U bopole; and )
begins no see yonr
$45 day. If this Is true It nbscriptons; newspaper but will have to back to
would find It much quite per morning, go
station, so passenger board his bearshlp, LakeWorth
tbO
on leave
can exist without and bringing then advise' to
look If there was room for two 10 any ordinary city submit to we you
more convenient to take the steamer to a* his Immersion beyond Atlanta In .a short time and
derived from the worse for section for field anew at .
Job none
Indian River after the auxiliary support your
of steamer on removal of hi* Injured
lines for
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the Town Wharf. Single operation
Sweeney at slight cooling down. He was an "T 3*
fare from TUusvUIa to Rockledge, 85c on all, In spite of the very, inconvenient printing. Therefore, U yon want good afterwards a landed at Mr. J. M. Lee's eye. This U advised M absolutely earliest convenience.. J"

the steamer Sweeney.-G. F. FaddUon route the new line U compelled to take newspaper one that can still further where he will delight the numerous necessary to preserve !Abe one which .U -

genl. freight and pus. agent, East Coast at present, and in spite of the discrimination help you and yotu town, give It your place, of the IIoUl Indian Blnr.t uninjured. |7- Local CuHtutueJ on Page bI

portaUOD"C tf it his thus far been subjected to. Job primti.g-.I/i "'

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:i : Do'East Advocaf Western Railroad Company Last,:.: rtel4. AND ,
Coasl NEWS NOTESCONDENSED
4 A'A.J Opeliksv they purciiftfed whirh'1,100 they Wished bales ot shipped cotton la to -."* n i I tt

w Various. Things '' ,Colttml,ns to be, compressed, where 'they *- i'>-, v
TTTUSVItLE.. : FLORIDA. : mat are Hap-. have a force of men employed to handle FROM TELEGRAPH
penlng Around Us.' their cotton and "
1 properly .Biple it/>The ,
.:!) ..' road refused to receive it for Al.D CABLE.
shipment, as ,
-;: ton 14,000 horees are annually_ .. '
ff "The Lee they have a contract with:tbe Opelika t'S
"t_ *Paris, and half as many'sch ia Us* has ben Light Infantry, ol Opel ka, compress not Jo receive any cotton at HACIHE.WIS.

feaVn i and,Vienna. .k Dackson at reorganized the be, d ,of,with the''Captain J.;D. Ope UK a unites compressed there: This Epitome. of Incidents that Happen -
company prevented the shipment the cot from' to iC il''l
I A number or'I ) ofl :on for Day Day. ,
meromtl
tlons signed fled- several days, but everything has been
Ark Indian warrior who can dad e sitrs :' have been forwarded to Montgomery satisfacior,ly' ,adjusted a, d the
10 favor ** ,the cotton The savings! bank of Wichita Kan.
modified ,
i pee day for five successive days, bt16 Henry school forwarded to.Columbus to be compressed. lu.peaded.'j.l1.esd..,. .

_ des i whooping and howling half the Ala..ed 8e..i.il.. .
The The Belgian court hat into
census bureau issued gone mourning
in the of the De. on Saturday The Shelby cuui.ty Farmers Alliance Prince BauJouin.Kankauka
g&t, ought, opinion a the for .
'T'SVu1 populatIon' of the held a two any' tes-ion at Calera
it ftw Prat, to be made to cam hissea state by races 1 he tot'it gcod de il of business was irau>acieo.and A a i paper mill. Appleton,

i living. by using the hoe or the ax. population i is given 1,813,017 880,898 resolution was unanimously adopt d opposing "'Is", was destroyed by fire Saturday.
whites .
are
681,481'colored. 700 Indians the bill now pending before the Loss 175000. tAn
and 40 Colnamen. legislature. to increase the jurisdiction of avanlanche at Floresta, Italy, LOGLUMBERYARD & eITY'TRUCI S

f, The Minuter of Education of Ger- The Alliance exchange estimates that the county court of 8hel y. They also Tuesday destroyed eleven houses and SPRING WAGONSes t-r>w..

Insists that all schoolhousos ought during the current season, it will sell paand a resolution unanimously asking killed nineteen persons.
any bOOOvtons\ of commerci d I fertilizer. The the legislature to submit for ratification The sixteenth annual convention of the
rATLNT
be thoroughly aired bj leaving the entire consumption of the state ,will go ,by the people an amendment to the con National Marine Engineers' BeneScialas NUOnIN T LADIES CHAISE.

11 lava: open Iron four o'clock ia tie i vet 100,000 tons. This is an increase stitution the state authorizing local .dation met Monday in Washington.!

toornIag tilt school-lime, and after more than 100 per cent in tea',carl. taxation for educational purpos .. 1 heyalno'lppdllted Volcanic
sturbances In the sea, between PATENT CHAISE BRAKE. VH lL
The iwo 'a of six of
; committee
i retool hours till duck, or even &night, Frenchmen who mysteriously : Genoa and Spezzia, have culminated
disappeared from Birmingham their best men to locate or establish at
f tf this can be safely done. ago at the tame time the $24,000 some days least one high school in the county in a submarine volcanic eruption.

-- ing to'one of them was stolen have belong.n ,t where their boys can receive a collegi.to There is very. little hope of arbitrating FISH BRS WAGQNRACINEWIS G9
the strike in the
i' Tha latest been found. Detectives are .tln education at less expense than now. Monongahela valley,
discovery concerning tonI at workon
the The from the different hlch has so paralyzed business in that .
o bat primaries
iso have
found no trace of reports
that excellent ,,
be section.A .
can manufactured
soap the missing men or money. showed the organization! to be in a .

out of it.,, A cereal that will.yield The Moulton Valley Oil and Gas healthy, prosperous condition. cablegram announces the death at

qgar and soap, as well. food for man organized less' months com A.ftl. tth. Free Bill. Cologne Tuesday of Dr. Nicolaus August

and beast, and fuel on an emergency, tar agoJI I ave been at last rewarded, or their Resolutions of thanks have been tendered Ott Death., inventor resulted of th* Otto gas engine.
from heart failure. Dr.
erUlnly t for which mankind labor and money spent and their faith, by the general ass mbly of
a gift Otto about
was of
: fifty-five
and a twenty five barrel oil well is Alabama "to the general assembly years age.
..ht to be devoutly thankful. pouring out its rich treasures six miles dally .. ,Illinois for its refusal to,, table or reler aJjjt Both houses of the Wiscon in legislature

._ ___ resolution ,on Tuesday voted for
f.' "" "" -W- expressing condemnation separately

Tea culture, which used to be theleading -The steamer .Abe so-called force bill now pending .United States senator. Ex Secretary of
M Sweeney was a cou' 1
'PldWr nations the Interior Vitas received !
II I con res'. The resolu- a major y
'industry In the Fukhlea prov T of hours behind time on her trip fr omLs proceed to say thatChicago! is "one over Spooner, who at present holds the

paces ia China, it beginning to gtvaplace r TaA Now Smyrna to this place on Wed the great wonders and marvels ofMtAcricaa scat.A

to tho growing of rice, opium and Bin 81 tr.Illi'l't': 'J "'irlio"in r &il'uUIJrrA growth, which would: lie dispatch of Monday from Chili says TtlE 04 tt a I
The largtly i inciensed by the success of the that the rebels have mbarded, Coronet
capital is to be .
tatoes. ,The tea crops have' been to not less than $100, "
000 and Columbian exposition. Yet the general and that several were killed and
not more than \ persons
certain, lately, and the market 10Er $30,000,000. assembly of Alabama could t ntertan! no wounded. Government troops are trying

: that thousands of tevgrowers hare section Heavy of rains the fell all over the middle proposition to take part in said exposition to surround the insurgents in Coquimbo

state Wednesday, doing co long as the, force bill was being district.A .
reduced to want. conaiderable damage to the railroads., A pushed in conpress; and "our thinks '' g BY STORES
land strike of sheep butcher was inaugnracd ABOSHEARSernvct
big slide
occurred ST
the
on Kansas tendered to all UON
are hereby our members INStisT
Russian 'periodical directs atten- City road, and the completion of the new f in congress for their' i- at the Chicago! stock :yards -
oppo YOURSTOREKEEPE'
I Briarfluld, Blocton nnd Tuesday. Out of 140 expert sheep
(Bon to.the fact that a discovery of baUlos Birmingham toad tlon to a measure which we regard as butchers, employed by Armour, Swift SENDIOUS ,
was
greatly delayed by washouts and land
detrimental
American und
to
liberty, Wd
wu made some two thousand slides. ask the conservative and business men of and Morris about two-thirds are DotworkiD THEM Ot*7"i ** DOX c'u'' '*""" '
ETTING
,greari, ago by !I. Terentius Pero.hirtS.even The senate has passed a bill to n peal tne north- to use their- influence- to secure .., ,:-* HOLYOKEMA5S.
'i'{ before Christ he an act to make an annual appropriation 'the defeat of the to-called force bill, The body of Benjamin II. Campbell 'I- FOR YOU ? =

,years for the benefit of the State Agricultural which is partisan in Its nature unprecedented millionaire president of the Chicago Sire

poke,In his rerun rusticarum of "111. Soo'ety, approved February. 22, 1887. in American politics, and inexcusable and Lock company, who ,mysteriously' ;
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visible little creatures that: in swampy This tak e away the $5,000given annually for want and luck of necessity; that Novem er

Regions fill the air and, being breathed to the state fair at Birmingham. So the the governor of the state of Alabama is 28th fast was found in tho Chicago river ALABAMA'S POPULATION.The .

Into the human organism cause state fair, If the bill passes the house, hereby nquestid to forwurd forthwith Wednesday morning.A .
sororoIllnesses. wilt lose $ ,OOO a year. cop es of t is resolu ion to both speaker dispatch of Saturday from Berlin Census omco Gives the Fig C

Friday night If r. T. T. Brannon of and president of the two houses of the states that a terrible disaster has occurred ures by Counties.

Longview, lost his barn and contents by general al' mbll <.f Illinois and a copy at Hibernia colliery, at Getsenkircheu.
,"When Rome foil," soliloquizes! the fire. Tho entire of corn fodder to be lent to each of our diet nguished Forty men were killed and thirty were Following are the census offices returnsof

blew York TT,rU, "1U wealth was in the and cotton seed,crop with live bales, of cot federal enators." The resolui! ions were severely injured by the explosion which the popu tion of Alabama by counties:
ton, were consumxd also two horses, adopted by the house, aDd s nt to the took place in one of the pits. Autauxa, 13.33U: ; Baldwin, 9,041; Har
fcandt of about two percent of its popu- hour, 35,744; Bibb, 13,834 Blouut, 21OU7
I one cow and one ho,, badly burned and senate, which also adopted them. Resolutions were adopted in bo'b ; ,-
lwhe)1) the Greek Republic war will probably die. A wagon and all the branches of the Nebr>sKa legislature ; Bullock, 27,003; Butler, 20,797,

ltd by the barbarians tho ownen stock of farming Implements were de FALLING INTO LINE. Tuesday morning approving the action Calhoun, 83,833; Chambers, 20,319;
,! stroyed. of the United State senate in laying Cherokee 20.45U; Chiltori, 14,549; Choctaw Y fl
eta Its wealth were hardly one per cent of a IdJ the cloture rule. All of tho Independents !. 17.820; Clarke, 22,024; Clay, 15703 ,-
,the:number', citizens. What of the The state board of public printing, at No Appropriations If the Force with throe exceptions: voted ; Cleburne, 18,218; Coffee, 12,170;
,
North American Republic, where about, :Montgomery, has awarded the Daily Bill Passes.A with the democrats. Colbert, 20,180; Jonecuh, 14,3:1Coolt: ,
News, an afternoon paper of Uirming-'' Trenton N. J. 15,900 Covington 7.SJ6: Cre
d.ispatcIIAY': The ; : ; shaw
jive per'Cent. are .millionaires and theraulproietarlans bam, the state patronage. Under the' A Washington dispatch says: The < -
senate, Tuesday morning; concurred in storm 15,423jCulIman; 18,439; Dale, 17,225;
living from hand tl law the question of the largest circular tho resolution adopted by the house last Sunday morning w is very severe Dallas, 49.350; UeKalb, 21,100;

thl'. tion in tha state is the controlling Influ'' week denouncing the federal election I baa here resulte, was much I 1111 the worse complete farther north and Elmoro, 21,732; Escambia, 8C60j; CINCINNATI Shot:eat:I.rS:

ence. Ibis II'the first Instance in Ala. bill, and asking Now J rsey cong essmen of service prostrat on Etowa, 2J.020; Fayetie, 12,823: ;
north of
1.:i:Tho rarity with which one meets with bama's history thbt the contract has been to opiose, the fame. A resolution of. The telegraph Western Un i la Baltimore. Franklin, 10,081 1 ; Geneva, 10.0UO; Quickest.
on
awarded a paper not published at the fered that New J. withhold system completely Greene, 22.007 Hats C mpartment and Pullman Palace
rsey the appropriations ; 27,501; Henry, s
Hebrews. la the German has often wrecked most of the distance
army state capital or to an afternoon'paper.In from the world's fair if the Baltimore, and New between 24,847; Jackson, 53,020; Jefferson, 8'ceping Cars. through witbou change, '
been'a matter wonder," remarks the the course of an argument in defenseof election bill passes congress was adoptedby i York.A 8+',501 ; Lunar, 14,187; Lauderdale, making direct conn clionIOCENTHALUNI0NST '

', !&Uaj9 Ueralt "Tho, fact of tbettsjcarcity a bill co make it unlawful for hogs to the nn rnbl,. 1'Ie vote on the resolution Topeka disp"tch"yu When the 23.730; Tawrence, 20,723( ; Lee, 28,004; LOUIS
run at large In beat 23 Limestone l party announcement of Ingall's defeat was Limestone 21.201 Lowndes I
la the ranks is not but county was a one ; 31,550; ,
explained Repr sentative Lane, on Saturday, statedon ;; WEST VIRGINIA ALSO.Tb' made in the boust Tuesday a shout went Macon, 18,4311; Madison. 3',1I9; Jla- And the WEST, and with Through car
curiously cOIl rme1 by the official the floor of the house that it would up from the alliunreinen that will never rengo, 83.095; Marine 11,847; Marshall, line forCHICAGO

_:Agures cow, forthcoming! from which' II require In that beat fencing to the value Tuetdny" West, after Virginia acrimonious legislature d scusaion, .on .I be forgotten and handerchiefs in Kansas. Hats, coats, 18,,,a5; Mobile 01,587; Monroe, 18,900; and "NORTHWEST

of III ,OOO to keep out of the fields hogs papers were thrown Montgomery, 08,173; Morgan, 24,089 ,.
that with
Hebrew ;
appears Germany a worth $153. 'i base rather pius-d, by a vote of 40 to 20, a resolution into the air, and shout after shout went Perry 29,833; Pickens. 22,470 Pike also wan through carlines
t of 600,000 touts has startling figuresare that in case of the of the federal in honor of the alliance ; DETROIT
population as many more or lee 4 true of ,scores of beats passage up great victory. 21.423; Randolph, 17,219; Russell, 24. for
Tlebrow bankers as if their co-religion throughout tbe giate. world's election fair bill, the state will' make no I General Manager Tucker, of the Chic- 093; St. Clair, 17.35J: ; Suelbv, 20,880( ; BUFFALO Dnd PUlUta in Clluada.

lets numbered 12,003,000.( The percentage Information that comes from good authority appropriation. ago and Erie on Saturday, announced Sumter, 29,074; Talladega: 29.340 ; Tal- and the East.
ILLINOIS SPEAKS OCT. the settlement of he strike IlIpo> ( Oofy of curs
Is to the effect that the Macon on that road. eo, 23,481; Tuscaloosa, 81,832; imu rhtnpe
.of U.bre..lawlenll equal to a III. In By the terms Jf ralo Dispatcher Walker 10,078 to .
and Birmingham road will be pushed on A Springfield. dispatch says; agreement ; Washington, 7,033; NEW ORLEANS
proportion 10,003,003( ( of the Christian from LaUtange Birmingham immediately the house, on Tuesday, a resolution instructing Scott, is not to be re-inststed or Wilcox, 80.81VIDltoD, 0,032; lute Meridian i ,

population,:while the number of the company| having already male the senators from Illinois to vote re-employed but all the other emplores total, 1,013,017. Jackson, 'Vfcbuburarl'utotsta
to be allowed to AND TUB
against the federal election bill was passed are sumo work. One -
I, :Eel'raw soldiers turns out to be as small all necessary financial arrangements. As minor officer to whom the conductors TEXAS .
is well known, the Kansas is behind l 1'1 a strict party vote-77 to 73. Mr. THE CHILIAN REVOLT. XV 33 & 'I'
City
aa it should be if there were 01l11113, Oa tho M. & II. The building of the r,,ad Springer, on behalf of the democrats, objected resigned. Passengers via this line are aff>rded an

Children; of Israel ia our midst." means another through line to Savannah gave notice that if the senators from II i i- The commissioner of Indian affairs bee The Insurgents Having Things excellent view of Lookout Mountain and

and la the biggest thing now in prospectfor tots should vote for the federal electionbill received a telegram from Special Indian Their Own surrounding Historic .Scenery
t) -- Birmingham. the democrats in the state legislature Anent Lewis at P ne Ridge, stating that Way. -

Perhaps there U at present no mort wou'd not vote a dolar! in aid of theworld's the delegation of Slut chiefs, who" will Advices jrom Buenoes Ayres received S. C. RAY a, E. Pass. Atlanta .
Tho striking; of a twenty-five barrel oil fair. visit Washington, will consist of Young- Prid 'y morning, stated that information Agt,
Interesting .field for the ethnologist, ob. well in Moulton val'ey, forty miles from Man-Afraid oMlu-Hone Standing Elk had reached that city from Chili that Ok

,serves the Chicago Mat, than that at- Florence baa renewed the interest there PEFFER IS THE MAN Little Wound, Fire ,Thunder, Two, i Valparaiso, Iqutque, Coquimbo and Pica D. J. JIULLANEY, Div. Pass. Agt. ,

forded by eastern Asia and the territory ia bori'ig lor oil, and several companies Strikes, Big Road, He-Doc. High Hawk, I remain in a state of blockade.: The inmrgents ChatUnnoiraD.
0. EDWARD O. P. & T. A.,,
secured ,
options on large: tracts of land also
.f the Sclav. Tho Russian character is To Succeed Ingalls as Senator High Pipe, Chump and Lewis Shaug are represented to be masters -
List year, but have never developed. One From Kansas. as interpreters.A of the situation. Tarapaca has been CINCINNATI O. ,
.dilly becoming more familiar to us company( has secured options on 8,0(10, and t of seized by the revolutionists. In Valparaiso

,through the spread of the natioaal litera Is raising $10,000 to bore for oil, a few A Topeka di.patch@ay.: At high noon dispatch 'Iho Saturday from, LitchfleM nil the states' containing or sup- THE TRAVELERS
miles from the the two bodies of the Kansaslegislature 1IIiDD..8ay.: mystery surrounding ,
city. Expert geologists Tuesday, pored[ to contain arm aDd ammunition
ture. But tho of it theodder the suicide December 4th of
more we see L.
found and voted fur henry
have indication
every for oil aid met separately: were gutted by the revolutionists. The Jacksonville Florida.The
It stories come be ballot resulting Brenham, of the bank of Stevens &; Co., .
Strange in section
grows. gas that the same formationas United States senutor. 1 ''iWwink, ins sod revolutionists will permit the port of
is solved. Ivent
'
daily from the Ilusslan press; of peasants that of Moulton valley. as follows in the house: Peffer : was Valparaiso to be opened to commeice on
his
andDlulr. its took own life rather
bill ninety-six Ingalls; twenty-five, president condition that the consuls observe -
The in foreign
irho flog themselves In of now pending the legis ature
repentance; straight democrat four. In the I tliau meet his credito s. What was done Travelers, corner Bay and Cedar
neutral
a attitude. Ihe
people who trade wives; of natives who workmen's to provide against has the created pvrnisbment somewhat of senate Piffer received tour votes Elder with the money is not known. The generally\ maintains throughout opinion Chili streets. Jatkwiville, Fla. A new brick

plot against monarchy: and secretly be.tiers' of a stir among wages! the. 'rttiil merchants of one and Ingalls thirty, .. Two republican ; liabilities. of the institution lire about that unless President Balmaceda speedily hotel, nearest t) all railroad stations! and

in it. Au eminent pole recently Blrmiu hnm. So much intercut have state senators voted, for Peffer. $150,000, and there is not $10,000 to py resigns the entire armed feme of ChiJ steamboat landings. Especially adapted
the depo.itors.Dispatches t<> trl\I1lie.t biisme. Elegantly furnished
th-y taken in i it that a movement was inaugurate The went magnificent ia will rise
advertised that for fifty cents he would I them a few days since their defeat. As each vote iu the house of Sunday say: Drmo- InaurrectioT room; single or en suite. Table

tell a'powder, which, when put in warm to make known among; their opposition to too for Ingalls was announced, a perfect I yell cr.tic me,ula-M of'ih I'gtt.ature at Al- ai pool as thu beat This hotel was built,

water, would breed chicks. And the Jefferson representatives Montgomery, followed, and it was not allowed to die buny assert that New York will, 1lIIin Lost Arts and Sciences. fu uisbed and operated as a J.UO a day
out till the packed floor, lobbies and glleriA hue with other states, and will decline to house; rates ant now reduced to $:3,00 a
if the defeat f the
and not
money poured in by thousands. Tie to s cure, d while the service is than .
butter r.Ur..akfut
bill at least the of Jifferson were exhausted. This delayed the appropriate money bur the w"rIJ'.I..ir An old historian thus speaks of the iy, ev
gradual\ exposition of this simple mindeJ, from its oper.Uol1.Under exception. ballot but gave the. republicans an vI'-| it the tune bill po ses. the bill before earl textile and other arts; from 0 to 0; luurh from 11:30(

gullible but artful and partly insincero county rnrtunity to how th ir superb| ueive. the legislature apiTopriatrs 1230,00'), "The text!la and other arts which t02tO.diDal'rfrpmG:30to 7:30. This
the provisions of the new reapportionment Ingalls is defeated, and ale the work but it has'not yet been reported. It will nourished In Egypt previous to the Jew.lab ia the only hotel in Jack ooville serving
people ii one -of the nit Litcrestiuj bill which passed the sen- regular meats at these hours. All other
done since the election has not resulted be held back bur the present and a resolution dispensation awl in which the Flair ;
studies of the tiraa. tie last week, Jtll. tIOU has six repreIt'ntdlvel in the changing of an adverse n to in Ids directing New York senators andrequlAtlug Tao);. took so lively an interest would are at least one hour l INter. Use the

Montgomery four. Mobile and favor her members to oppose the undoubtedly hate reached even a higher Travelers' omnibus, the tickets save SScents
____
Dallas three each Harbour, Bullock. force bill will be pasted by the assembly at state of perfection than they did had each way.BURTON. .
The'telerallb.operators have issue s Calhoun, Clark, Chamber, Hale, ILnry, LOOKS SUSPICIOUS. once. they been allowed to continue under

circular calling attention to the fact that' Jackson, Lee, Lauderdale, Lowndea such favorable circumstances; but after K. BARRS

many railroad accidents are caused by Madison, Marvngo, Morgan, Perry Tike, Mysterious Death of the Heir to the subjugation of the nation by Cum.bjses 10 Proprietor.OUR .
UusMtll, Suiutcr, Talladega, lalapoosa, Belgium's Throne. M'GRATH EXONERATED. 52-j years before our Saviour, the
the inefficiency and carelessness of ualer- '1 U4kaloosaand Wilcox, IWO repre.enta- Prince Baudouin nephew of King arts and sciences, under a foreign yoke, NEW IMPROVED SINGER
paid Thi! circular in Uvea each all the other' counties having | disappeared, or rather ceaxctl to !be in-
telegMpaers. .
: qnej- Leoiwld, and heir to the throne of Belgium The Outcome Charges! Againstan HIGH AKU.THIS TTLC..ONLY. eae.OO t}
tion Justly observes, admits the Sag one each. As is welt known, the county is dead. He died in Brussels at Alliance President.A d igeuous iu Ejryrt. The Ptoleruie. in. t7 fit
of Jefferson gains four members under ., deed, encouraged; them: but under their Z r
f .
The iu e ;
Trancisco CirjnW :a o'clock Friday q Kansas
that morning. from
men later Tpeka ,
or women the new apportionment dispatch: reigns the arts were chiefly controlled
i /
to have, been an stttjW J!I C/J.:
oath is : :
upon whose skill and attention the lives Steel 11'11I1000 be manufactured in Biroiogham -* broncbiil allowed The death of the princ- all}'; The executive committee of tileF.meh' by the Umians. The Egyptians: bad s Ii .'I.. ,
of the x
invents
Alliance rating connection
!
et hundreds of a Urge scute. Tbe success of degenerated from the knowied t of their NW Ii-
should
people depend rOe on hu c.ullClJ a trt'mlt"doUl svn ceive a fair for their work the experiments made with various basicprocekes creates consternation in Brussels. There made its Tuesday they : ..
compensation! has convinced local capitalists, I the noted Turner kitty report themselves no longer uuder>tood."_ : -i 1'z r
.
and that thirty dollars\ a month, the flat steel can bj made from the iron ores are all sorts was of entirely tumora'ciiiulutin unaware that as the nigh', imuie-iiutely after adjournment Dry[ hoods Chronicle -W ceca II' ." _0
public of the Alliance Threport
caucus.
amount frequently paid to railroad telegraphers ot that district aud they are bow willing: prince was IlL contained the signature of all the committee P zWILLEiTS

is not sufficient to secure even to put money into the business, She I and completely exouerateJ )Ie- A WIFE'S SECOXD: IIWI L 6. co.. PHU.b--p
it I ned MAD.
to
has been THE GOVERNOR IS
i> ent legislature pet
re -
a moderato! >> and Grain from nay UlIrol\CrcouDtdiOD with s'Js tour wife back home nowt"Well ,
competent; person, incorporate two big tetl complies now CURED. r':' : :::f
the letter. Van B. I'raitier, Ute lecturer she b and she Un't. Shc'a
by paying such ,low wages te_ railroad: organized. Jly a basic proie now in Because of the False Report ot EITS LU.C& TRIAL IIOTTLL
made the repast| public. Ia gig it oil balk but not at home. 6he'alxn livingat .I: ,, DUN7SUtUZ .
are temptiu Pfovtdence it use it U Ul:eyed *titl can bo wide there ,
: Perhaps His Insanity. to the newspaper wen Le grew eloquent the drossoi&ker's 1a.ttll.-llarper'[ i; Gn.Po.iO.c..dAs pia5.
would be cheaper than at any other poiut in America. i j Eazar. BAU.CIiU1CAL r.o..3860 f... sutIvaP1iiaPa.A .
and Hid
idea
a Tr.esdayi f'
good when: an accident ; ,
The two rouipinta are headed by A Lincoln, Neb., dispatch! of
acted in the WISE MOM:
recurs oa a railroad," suggests the lol'l.llruD manufacturers of wealth and says: Governor 1 h yer. list evening, ex-1 I "I as prosecuting: attorney A AX. XMAS HEALTH CIFT

G&mfcb, "to see how far the i operator exiriew and Ihrl wean t uaiuess. At |ire,3f4 grad ikuizuatton over what he matter. McGratU., and cou-'ucted W'found the net castf on.a iota kim<>>lMr. f "I might remark'** said the young (Exerciser Complete $S)
ko.t two hire *tevt plants wilt lx erected termed tie fais.. and ma iciuu report seat man who-bad met <"ith persistent anc; Is Bw w Au. CIIaII.oUI Pont
wasresponuble for it and ascertain the evidence vyaintt him lu' on the contrary
,
during the year.Ueasrs out concerning bi mental i-oudi joa. lieU repeated refusals, 'that you ate 'H Boont Far"A. Ideal Ca.plrz ea.
amount of wage paid him, TheJnforwa- of Nest a trifle -eik, Iwt will apparently be in hilt omclil' character: has proved' to of the wisest young women I ever met." a t'.gpley t1..ia1 Dcw.--t. .
Bros.,
Harrington be a* whiti at snow and &it uo"u lied a* RUU sass 'fl.aki a Sang Jo IeI
tion gained might help the jury to deter. Point 0., uv, succ* ii M W obtaining lib thud health after a few days' re>t- tiwethrrof heaven His "lI1tJka '"WhjP. I = c.k.m."M tile ..en.Ckon u..c atA
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WASHINGTON D.EI SOUTHERN I sad the ricked oaf tumbled e of .MI Woe toS /tbl ... .
Korea.After S.I
dead l For "in that .J .1 t. the, ., at ...
lI.gath'e'teatlmon, :Monday before kino of the I .
C.-
the committee in ventilating Crnnmli OBOOKtiTN> )WINE? atm_ go 0 to learn that 1' I bare else to learn tram the radjeot u ?
DAILY OCCURRENCES IN THE tWngontb* had better the >wtrnctt NOTES AND loner Baum the committee closed laver DAY 8KHMOXEoihject wl.ma r. 0
ITEMS ,
,JEWS FROITHE' ] aa HI*. D'm Wnturpret t Jf who donpUe wn h*>very sodden D
NATIONAL i tigation and adjourned.The SUNNY SOUTHLAND'' fy the handwriting O the waa. I" ,of mirth clb to the bl'
a
CAPITAL. secretary of the treasury Rent a let. foollshnm expect a minister of t 0 point wl. that arm Wet
i "WonQereof33abylon"Ttxrt rl to preach swan things that w Boddenlyalntoci ;
er to In whlh he requested UD.K'
Tuesday '
congress ,
trf the ,
Tonngmra, alwaya, **
and Illettb.plcba wht
:Proceedings of the Second Sea I an nppropr,aiion of $13,000 lor Curtailed Into Interesting sear preach y tlht' Shall 1 who depiM God and the laws 0-
tics log a, ;paratus e evator and for Newsy Paragraphs. Of h Vtnt ittg\t Btlibnttat von of 0 laman It' Bhal How wultstthedeluqut Do yon ,,
eloa of the Gist Congress. I painting the Interior walls of the Atl:1ntacustom tfte king of Vu CAoideaiu, s/ain."-DanhT. 1 I tell you ot the woe O rN ha it cam through)a long northeast storm, a
house ---- ., 30. I ROComplUhedf you ayi 't miUM tat people lo ,before w.I w
-- that was
from
BKHATK. 1 he house republican, and particular!;, An spp'ication was filed at Chattanooga After the sight of Babylon hud been Itthera meaaag I* any handwriting came O.1 wall.wl. coming bright, that ca1; Ip the watanj

the Pmntylvania. ulIcanlel&\ out lu tdll> morning to wind up the lectmt' two million of men were employer l th I"Accept of Christ and b .ed' that beauty cat enthroned on the cilia, when s'
of in rei
The event Saturday the senat McDowell Wagon Company's a1Ia for the construction of the wall and urine)- a art many otbl suddenly the and the la' +
was the speech of Senator Stewart, of raped at Cameron's! vote on the force bill Partnership trouble is the cause. l'l.l pal works. Th.walls of the city wr alxtj but that I*the mewage, and to ttp, I ain tank Ilk hev.* t the a U stdahed
r Nevada, in which he scored both (be I and telegraphed to Harrisburg to have mile In circumference They were nor Jeers never flattered those t who Hepcbe. clear over the Andes eWmal"yaa '
'
cloture rule and the force bill severeyCom'ug Tbe first annual exhibition of the rounded by a trench, out of which had bee U* said to thm wrong
wll the P'onsyl"nllh'jlisll1ture, pass a reso Ca'ol na Pet Stock find Poultry Auociation dug the material for the construction of thi war In His sight "Ytgenarchon The Red ttoa wa divided. T Et
from a republican the speech lutioh condemning his comse. and the South Caroline Kennel As city. There wr tw nty-nve gate ot solid of viperM ye whlted ne.pulche.rt t t era** it, .could
probably have some effect against thpa bl"lllllon each aide of the square city. Between how can ye tacapa the damnation of had J'Ut thronch. Wbero 'r
c'mtiou at Ureenvllle holl II.
bill. Aldrich As an experiment to teat the cost of combined began two tower Paul the g. Ohl,
* vote on the cloture rule in the aft rnnon, free delivery of mail in small towns, 1 ucoday. up Into the heavens. From each of tile twin wa not ready to hear pr. What It 18 A'pavementottingedshellsandpearlaandae
'but ,t tbe democrats Postmaster General ,Wanamaker has or. Tho stock bO'd era of the Tennessee and ty-fiva rates on either side a street ran subject did ha taker Did ha '1 ly '
< course objected. straight through to thegate on the other side. are a good man, a One a of water -eolfcl,
dcred ad experimental free delivery in i i a Coosn railroad, which is now o ned bj], vf man elLbllldetog' wall
force till in the
The fight senate wa
; so that there were fifty streets, each fifteei isle miner h great
ended Monday. The bill was kille,I b1; half dozen towns. Hephslbab: ; Rich- tbe N .shi t le, Cliattan"og( and St.: Louis, miles long, which gave to the city an apposranoe nee to a rOt .llf rllbtu.; tm. boat of th b Fwa' *

a rote of 83 to 84. Senator Morgan, of iiiond county, Ga., is on the list. Thtr met in annual ses.ion at Huntsville, AIL,, of wonderful regularity.The perance toa man who .the victim of b and blow Egylln'tmpt of victory! After '
Alabama had the floor and was c ground, and between them war gardens and who wa* we must alwayi soall be But the wail '
tinning bis speech, commenced on Saturday The democratic senators are delightaat dispatch from Wheeling, W. Va,, shrubbery. From housetop tn boun/top declare tberoe ag that hepuros to come to tremble d8ye I The vflU) b .!' i"

when according toe the prear the action of tl-e Alabama, Arkansa, says: The Red men, a nand of regulars. bridges! swan?, ovtr which the Inhabitant Daniel must read it a* It la, A minister log waters! 9'b. shriek of drowning mel ,t T. .t l.\
ranged programme which Gorman lia J and 1 1 ennessee legislature, in passing resolutions af er b ing quiet for a long t me, have were accustomed to p... A branch of th preached before Jam** L of Enllnd who Th lwmmlnc ot toe war .In v. ," "

mapped out, Senator Wolcott of Colo sgH oat appropriations for thworld's again! shown their peculiar snccies of authority. Euphratea went through the city which walame VI. of Scotland. the Ibo strewing of ,great had ,, .
a bridged marvelous structure was thro wo, did take The king w¬e 1 al over the on ot the tea, or pitched by the : t
rtan, asked for tbe floor for a motion, fair, if the force bill becomes i a uesdny! night thirty disguised and world unsettled battered,bmbwf
under which a tunnel cat To keep the for hl being wa v*on th* beaoh-a ,S I t
,and.whea, the Alabamian yielded, he law. They hope that every .touthen men took John Barb and Jam a Dallart river from overflowing lbs city tn time ol In his What did the mlnl.r wavenc InJ Ithlme wrack! Hnidenly dec ,
moved that the senate lay aside thi state will\ do likewise. from their homes in \Virt county, tied fresher, great lake was arranged to catch about to man who wa of Eng O.ball hour before
pending resolution and pr ceed to thconsideration .The n publicans wl'o were to act will them to trees and beat them unmercifully 'I the surplus In which the water wa kept u I lad and JaraetVI.of Scotland II* took hue bve I Destroyed, and,without ,_,
the in the fore Oscar Keller of the band has beer In a raxervolr until t.lme of drought, when lorbl text James 1.. 61 "H. that wareretb \l
tho bill democrats the
of one
apportionment roe on ,
the which Y I'
It WI sent streaming down over the thirsty I a wave ot Ma, driven with th I am just totting forth a fact yow
This turn ot affairs was totally unsui bill were all on land except Scnnto arns'ed. I A pa Ice stood at each end ot the wind and toataJ. han noticed as w.I.I. Anantan come C ;
petted l 1'1 the force bill republicans. Aid (Stanford:! of f alifotnix! who was nbscn The following bill was Introduced in Euphrates bridg one place a mile and Hugh Latlmer offenal the king by a sermon the nys, "Did +
rich imniidiately raised a point of order. without a pair, and Senator Ingalls. of the North Con.ina! linisla'ure Sututdaj thrre- ua the other be preached, and the king sail, 'Hnqh cell apte, *o much* H.se ys, "JT**.* a '
palace seven and a bait m' in circumference coma and apolozisa." "I will," I It w'1 a Deidl a* quick a*thill a
ruled out whtn be move< Kansas, who was however paired with enthusiastic Lthru'f. le 1p j
The point was and pasted unanimously amidst The wire of Nebucbadneitar, having Lattmar. Ho the day wa appointed I hi coma in. "Did. yon sell ;
to lay the motion on the table. Then the a republican against the bill. applause: "Tho general assembly t ken brought up among the mouotn ol and the king's eh.pl..lul of land lor*o "Yea. It was a Itaf
roll call was ordered. 1 he republican I Although the silver pool Investigating of North Caroilna do enact that the 19tu\ Media, roved not stand it in fat country lord and nul.and the an i and quick as muohr t.b'Ie was dead. Uod's Judgment ,;

lent pages In all directions to summon I I committee: have been in session nearlj day of January the bitthdat of the peerless of Babylon, and so to pleaaa bar rebucbad- women country, for Hush Ltmr are wbo del Him'ant* tr

absentees, and in less time than it take every day recently, Senator Cameron hoi Robert "E. Lee, shall in each'and high nesur built bal In a the mountain midst of four the huod sayings was to ap.lga lin, 'tthlol 111 l'mO tlfl I defy The Him.destroying They ee went. through. Em"D v

to tell it,' word had gone: all over the been the only fish caught in their dray every year bolt-a'ter.' be a publ c boll 'ay. This mountain was surrounded by terraces Thou art in the presence 'bOI earthly suppoe that any of the people knew

capitol that the senate was voting on the net. But even he, it teems, was not ir This act shall IHJ in force from and crier. for the support ot which ah. king, who can destroy thy b. ha wa coming Did they hear the flay
fore bill. Ever; one rushed for the sen. the po..l. lie speculated on the outaid< latification.." were ICt On the top of tb ( think thee, Hugh Latlmer, that thou art 11 ..01 hU great wing No! aol! 8uddaniyua
ate. 'The scene on the floor was one of after bill had laid; then a lavtrof ret and pnnC of the King ot heaven and oat expnctdly.bearn.. '
the passed A sensation created at \nch-stcr phoot
congress. was
bitumen; then two rows of bricks can destroy bith body and soul HkUlad sportsmen do not like t a
the most Intense excitement. Every senator The silver bill is I still in the bands af; in Coffee county Tebn., Tueidiiv, by the Cmente than thick sheets upon fire." Then le Pcb wlL appallingdirectness bird standing on a sprig near It they
wai on his feet moving around nervously the coinage committee, but there II a arrest of ex-Tru+tee B. F. Lean on a "blch toll was ploce/l. The earth hen at are skilled they pride themwlvc on taking
u the roll call was proceeded vrith unless is acted of embezzlement. Loan retired deposited was so deep that the largest trees Another lesson tbat come us. There Is It on the win* and they wait till it .t, sy '
prubab lily, 01 charge
strong bad anchor their difference between the opening of the old and h*
room to the great Death i*an lo"e I'
Senator Canuron's name wai
When Al
before the end of tbo neck that an attempt December 1-t, after a four-year term, rt. Youn It .prtama l
",, with the glory of tbe flowery tropics 'PIf' out banquet of sin and Its oo < m.D, take men very 1 a
he voted .
reached o, '''will be made to disci' ftM: the and shortly afterwards r> moved to Al at that tremendous night until It ban j ou nad 10ke in upon banquet In the love to take them on the wing.
democrats. Then Jones, of Nevada,voted committee from its further consideration,. bums' It is alleged) that the'shortage seemed to one bio"1 though the clouds: first few bnal you would have shad you Are theraany he.who are unprepared fa* '
with the democrats; then Stewart anc and bring the matter directly before thi wm discovered nearly n month nip, and were all In b. the very sky leaned had been .Ie there, and could tit at the the eternal world Ar then any her wise, "
Teller, and Woshburn and Wolcott. The house. that thu amount is nearly $0,000. Mr. on the shoulder of the cedar. At the top an feaat. "Oh I crondeur of Belitnuir'afeaxtr han b living without Oat and without 's
: constructed which drew the would have said; but you look In you had better
water
Allison of engine was you hope me say yon th'
roll call being completed' I Lean was of gaud ocial. ttanjinj;, and ol from the Euphrates, tar below, and made II at the of the banquet, and your blood accept l the t, lest rod-/
Iowa, announced that ho was paired THEY ARE FREE. cxco.lcnt character. I snout up amid this garden of the skies. All curdle. ca. horror 'she Kin; of Terror, deftly your last chance b* gone. The lung r u
with Senator lagallg. This meant a tie The Ll\okotltmlluotalo has I his tOIiea.Us wile I I think she must have has then a ghastlier banquet; will cease to breathe, the heart wi stop
If,all the absini senators were paired bu' property been I.I the wine, ant, dylar groans are the music. i The time will come when you go[ D" ;}
In an Instant U was announced that Senator Cross and White, The ExBankers b en sold.! The ded was nmiie at Chat I plase.ID of this rlty stool also the Bin has ma le tUe.f a king In the earth. It mol to the office, or t the store, or to the
not Aldricl Pardoned.A tanoog.i a'lIr.11I1. The |>roperty sold include temple of liolua. Ole of iu towers was OD& has crowned itself. It has spread a banqiat.It I hop. Nothing will b left but ltb andJudgment
: Stanford'was paired. the Lookout Lund the and invite! *ailtheworld to coma It baa and ObI Uoit j
Company, eighth of a mile high, on th* top of an I a.t
insisted that ho was, but Senator Stewart Raleigh di patch says: In March, : and Lookout Railroad Company whicn gave the I hung in It*binquetlng hall the spoils all Ibis hour It there be one Jn preesnawho 1
that bo he would 1888 Charles E. Cross and Samuel 0. Chattanooga I obnatrl. ulonoml'n and banner ff all It far from Christ'
announced were present lintel an, been; at great a kingdoms the Dato". baa wander.t away
Hud Lookout grt aJTlt.J. 1
,Tote gainst the motion, and after a fevmoments Waite icsp ctivrly president and cashier tiie Company ( rulJ easily talc with stars. has gathered from all mu.lo It b".trewnl though be may not have beard the call oC,
parleying the vote was an of the St.tu National Ban, of Kaleigh, Tbo famous Point part and Lulah lake lire helpbt.tmple was lul Of cut s and statues aut from IU wealth, the "an 1 the lon ao.arcbe tine Uoapel for maoyaerltvlt hnuo. ,
included in the de.il. Tho New England of One Image wel, And yet how often la to com and b 11. Sow .
The refused to fled to Canada, taking with lh m $ O-
pounced 84 to 85. Sfpate and hour horrible U lIe and! stronghold of f
,
part[ s who buy nee wealthy. Ch tta' thousand Babylonish talent* which wouldbe up Fle to the GOl I
table the motion and a mighty yell went 000 of funds which thev had received over the ,etion of tho tqual to tUtv-ttvo million dollars. All this Ever and anon there I*a handwriting on the acpto time now i* of M *< lli I i
reju'eca
Up f torn the galleries.: 1 he direct vote from other banks by express just previous deal fangs comp will bo turned by day; but now night was abut to comedown wait A king falls. A great culprit is ar '
to fako the apportionment bill wa! to departure. The bu' k had for as liver $1OJO,000 on Babylon. The bar t s o rested. Tha knees ofwiokedneuknockadto. Good night, myyo\lo' frlondil UI1Ym
up loose in the city.BUSINESS. hundred and fifty towers began to tether Uot'. like an armed bout, have guarded by Bl
then taken and resulted in 85 yeas to JW some time been in bad condition, and Tbe Euphrates on, touched lengthen.bjr the break In upon jU'llfnent.ban'uet and that nightI ly.lej you awake morning rr I

nays, and tho vice president announcedthat the case became of notional notoriety. OUTLOOK. Dery top.endors ot role UID; tun, and gates I Uoii'aauor, the the ChalleanyHero itronst andwelll BiitoUartthouaii! r
the senate bad decide ;1 ito They were tried at Raleigh I. 1888, and -- of Iras* burnlshf and gLttiii-ing, open** I'aln.: of Godr Is this thy last night on I, e'1,

take up the apportionment bill convictid.: They appealed fl st to tbe Review of Trade For Past Week and shut lke of 1""e The banging I.I a young man who says: "I cannot BhoulrUttboube awallDe In toe and tn r 1 't
what, J.
Borne one rushed over to the house with state supremo court, whiih affirmed thedctis'ou gardens Babylon, the heavy OJ way they make such a fur about the In something, thou hanBwritingontn '
and -
the news. The clerk of that body was of the superior court, and then By Dunn & Co. dew, began to pour from starlit inxlcatingcup. Why I It is nblaratlnll be shadow fl*Mtlnt wall,In and toe you room feel, that a yver .'"t'

calling the roll on some l1libu8h.rioRmoUoD to the United States lu utter court, Dunn & Co.'s weekly review of trade around.dripping The leaf I street fragrauc and* for many mile were better makes,me feel fuel better.well. I cannot can se* why,people lad hour I.I com.and, thweoea fainting at. ,''

when Mr. Rogers rushed in and upon the grou .d ilthu appeal says: The new year opens encour ingy) lighted for dance and lt io an auan.promonare have mien a prejudice against It." A few the heart, In tb.lmb'and'would'*' abe

yelled; ,")Ir. Speaker I want to an- that us officers of a nail final bank January settlements have p ,igaud with less The tbeatr and galleries of art years pass on. and w.' .. up and find catching th*breath-then the text, "U, .'
Bounce tbat the senate has just defeated they were only anv-nable to disturbance in trade than was expecte I I. wraith pomp an grandeur of the city to himself in the clutches ot an evil 1,11 but an echo ot the word king of tot-

the force bill." It came like a clap olthnndtr the federal laws 'I hey lost tbe case in and the d> mend for goods now appears, rare .n In t'Of of riot godless an.livatsaU which be tries" &. break but cannot help ;mtf. h that Chaldean.night, slain.wa -, b, "f

to every one in the house. The the United Hates supreme court, tad, on the whole, considerable<< larger than mirth, were end mingle xreM every, and ;sp.en'Jl't cill teems out a* though Uol GOf. not bear his Hearth* Invitation of the OOpl Thtramiy ;
j democrats applauded for fully two mtautea were soon after rcsentenced to bard. lab.ion I that of a ye ir ago 1 he financial anxieties wickedness. outr.1 t do sad In an agony ot b I ly and soul h* be torn one In this whom 1 1 1ihail '
throwing books and papers high the public roods of the county. Very I when havo occupied so much attention their mightiest: deeds of kinK pc prayer cries out: It blteth Ilk* a .rpnt and it never spttk again, aI te.fo let It' 'F

towards tbe ceiling In jojous enthusiasm earnest efforts to secure pardons hive for for weeks past a.o< almost entirely A royal feast to-nightst the king's palace t itlngeth like an adde." & it was bll the word ot the Gospel,an 10 11
1 closet:
The senate met at noon Tuesday and sometime lx'en in progress On'l bursdaj removed and the h atthy and vigor us Rushing toUUred with up to the iate;are chaot. up at the.start 1* a! low blck It was at tll oon lat upl I Iner. that,thlriteth with which I Com*y* to "do ".And,

C the journal of Thursday (covering the their devoted wives, accompanied by a I trade of the great and rapidly growing wd drawn by fire eyed bor.* from lojar- "They ar:*blln t ," says be let bin that hath no money com, bur win*, ,

proceeding of Thursday, Friday Saturday number of prominent men, called upon na'ion begins to exert its natural influ nab that rear and in the grasp of the no.la go out and.for myself whether al lad milk without IO'YI all 'wl&b' n

and Monday) wa read and approved. i Governor Fowle, and presented petitions eoCIt ban I teen notoworthy throughoutthe ebalote.while athouaand lorus nlimonat, I tb wil tbloJ are a" II* opens the rate prlo."Cm* ta" 1e a0 ,.
The credontlaU of Stanford and Irby ai for pardon beating thousands of signatures. recent financial troubles that the droned In all the splendors of I a ..: lfe. H. gore In. A sinful sprite wear he"ylle a" ,would o
ofigate Hh her red Oh I 18
color
him .
ant *
tb. blending her
emerald, meet walL IY
California and South Among the signers were !Senators centers o: trade have I hoes comparatively Syrian wa"e
tiatora-elect from western and the chasteness of coral, tba wand, and It I.I all IHmtalt *o ve your -
'l.hantmentoy 1 mae .
Marc h Ransom and Vance all the mem- free from disturbance aol cannot rind Hlmeaad that ':
nearly
Carolina for the term beginning umber glory of tiyrlan purple, the teem as if the angel U'pr.1 01' not ,
J, 1801, were presented, read and place d ben of the legislature and the ju<)fie, or apprehension and nov princely embroideries brought from afar by phials ot perfume in the atop b* hav never pr.ye before when, or have knelt

on file. Those of Stanford were criti jury and solicitor in the superior court. the energy/ and growth of I ha west has araala across the desert, and by alp trout walk on hi finds the blll bmlal'mor. prayed at sine mithar1 day kn you lure W-
in Tha the .trdons. and effect in the trade ail arshiah acronth aea.Opeu with foliage th town your U
granted
form larger
creed hoer as unsatisfactory governor p their
by ,
might saying
wide the gate and let th*guest corns resonant with the lading watr. Oh I what night you pray
the undertaking to commission made a hearty endorsement upon the papers stronger coufMnce in the eastern con and b* sets! But that ji
governor In. Tbe cup barer. aralUreadr. a charming, a*I wilted en* plea
him. instead of simply certifying to his in the cose. mercial centers. In the South we Aral .cambrllo.*rustla ro. .Iofullvrte "lanlp .) meetehlm a sin; .,.teat a". 1'0.>4 was eked for aU .
election. Among the petitions presentedand Improving business at New Orleans fa\ aDd to the carol of the rauMol See the rl"l the waa.1 and all the Lame 91 bll I ax*ea* I* **
referred was one by Mr. Frye, in favor THE CASE DECIDED receipts of coit.m an I a strong market of the #jeircUl Lift the balolr. F.I the mchantment I gin Tb i* full of o e co., I /.

, of having potatoes received by tbe for sugar) with ample! supplies 01 money; Cap the cymbal trumpt ?mean. The fruit turns to Mb**. But if ron cannot think of to long a pry. ',
with and All the leave of the are
Let tb bt go by song b..r loke I will a shorter pra/
government and treasury' certificates In the Behring' Sea Matter--- a& L uUville trade ojieiis well, and the jvatlon; and let tie Bsbyloninh tongue be tonjues of biasing .rJt Tbe a"lot I Uat say.Uod Ct"OI, mtroifol m*a'*iiK Y J

sued thereon at the rate of $1 per bushel, Adverse to Petition. monetary sitimti improves; at Jack- Misled that will say, "Ob, Klug Delibazsnr (ouatain fall book pool, err Or, if you cannot thin* &o Joss: a>. '
It was referred to the finance committee. tonville a ,RflOd trade Is>noted and at lave forever! rith corruption. Tie luring aoug become jryer a* 1 will yon a ltl shorter ,
)Ir, Plumb offered a resolution which Tho Uehring acne case was taken up Baltimore ininu ncturers.. and Jobbers are Ah I nr friend*, it was not any*common authUr. host spirit gather about him and in* that tbat rT'.>rJ, *,orLerlshr
Was agreed to-providing that until Tuesday in tbe United States suprrrr.ecourt. well ahead, of lust' year and there Is a banquet to which tbeae great peuple ram; ''eel' for his be'rt and boa him oa I"with'Hall U. Or If that be tO long a prayer
ot tbe bal sent their richest brotberIU.U.I bal nJ word. Just too4 an*
AU bl..t' "lrlt not utter a
otherwise ordered the senate shall meet pursuant to an order made by tho large: increase in the shoe leather and parts that ertl. Bracket and chando- rl..togetout. U* door rou ivlDonnflary I *

daily at 11 o'clock am.eudthat morning chief justice. The courtroom was filled iiido' businetii. Boston notes very firm .Ian flashed their light upon tanker J* of chore h* eotre and tries to It back, V ,' ,

business shall continue for one hour 001,. with spectators. 'I he United St tea was prices for wool 1 and antes of 8,0JO,000 ,urnlUed gold. Fruits, rip and Ituclou'.ln ut the against him and In the Stones Kbontd,his P'aegti. '

On motion of Mr. Paddock, the house represented by Attorney Gem rat Miller [pounds, and more activity in w olen blkel ot silver, entwine wlt leaves, iar ot thstebuttingd'sor b* bvar the of words CbU ''
bill to provide for the adjudication and ind Solicitor General Tuft, and the g v- ioods. 1 he building trndo at PhUIIlelpbl" from royal Vue. t'Abi bUht \Bolaiiaszar Bin bright tb, 'The farmer lives In t strong house, hit
emerald and with slain. rosy
ridged
payment of claims arising from Indian rnroent if Great Britain by Jo eih| If.Chonte is disturbed by tho demand of' ta maid traceries wits! tided with flute U'ul. dun It end darn a op nlgut I are good and around his lands h.

depredations- was taken up by unanimous of New York and Culdcroii bricklayers for shorter hours, and of car hrasbeU from loreat ot distant land I I learn further from this sui"'jJt that D thnmetlme crop a fence writes a surveyor. II* xfi

consent, in the morning hour Mr. Blair Carlisle.: Vice President )Morton Representative pesters for larger wages, but at Pitubu'g IVine l/rousr from the royal vat, foaaitngIn breaks la upjn a banquet Why ml'aOI ta cultivate every square'' foot*of

Hating that there was an understanding Grcenha'gu' a I/I&'n Butler, of somewhat more activity! .. seen in iroc, I the decanters and lubullng In the cual- IM bent gu dowel. to tie prUou that in Uabvlonfrbare like .be ground within his bounds, but set- .
Mii-sai'hu and Mr. Btockda'e' of ia rather dull and flCc.I I eel. Tuft of c* *U ant Ir.ukllef..J.aWn were pap.! tbJ w\ul t ,At '
.. that alter the terraintttion of the apportionment ett3k though glass: tome their sweetnen from wall a table.Jorgecus died. I luppot ." laM tom are bU bounds well duflncd. ;
bill thu bill for the adjustment Mississippi, were among! tho auditors.L'alderou tories temporarily cloned. The Iron trade is tanner* unfolding In ni trees haT women In torture In that e ty would ivory toroer of the property a atoo."houll. .

of counts of government ,workman udder Carlisle opened for Great Britain .itiffsned by the large(
the eixbt-hour law woult b* taken After cons dcrable argument on both : The market for brcadstulf has with tee perfume ct haDlac gar- >*Uc time when Datb the breaks > many place these stones mis*.
sides the genenl 1 in his and wheat has advanced lens. Founta.nn rUinj up from lolOur. I. daihW t the t.p-top pitch a r
the argument
up. Mr. Paddock stated that committee attorney seen stronger W* hue often Men the and when the are .
till: ,
the ,
I of to at og .oCC cruoko.
on Indian alto r. hud reported a (opposed the In' lion for leave to file jc| corn 1 cent end oats fc; while lard or ntralnof Ivory in jat crytuil and pearl. blatUMofnlKbty iam. thing baD'let.*1 Her Ic I a younx manuttcoiuefrooioollegi. which U the case, th .

substitute for tbe house b 11; that the petition fur a writ of prohibition on lull Turk are a shade lower. Coffee Is 13 ."lmon.aklDi down fro n nlcbrsln the H* U kind. H* Uliving. toundary generally art to locate.

number of claims filed in the interior department the following grounds: ents |is r IIH tK>un First That the court has no and oil Sic Idols ot wondenul work ir cue spring be may ?"rom properly
was 1 %39, aggregating an supreme igo on small dealiugi, higherut subdued omplre
arises when lan l
> <
amount of 14,313,600 and that, after tbe power in any case to issue a, writ of pro. cotto'. is 1 lower, sal a having reachwlnearly itindln-r, ou pedestals of prllU stones. owar t wbb-b many A mm Ll Itrul'giD' er: considerable dispute
for year Op8D btor.Mi Instance the coo-
lifting priest of the department the bibition to the Bilks c' urt. bet-awe it is UOOOU bale, and receipts and Embrolalrl tlrooplni pliers: uf cedar, and wlnrrw.drifting It* U .. ""pror..i thl law. II sold. Now, la many stated ID

amount had been reduced to $1,318,000.! lot a district court of the Unite I State., exports! both riceeding last ,tllr'. for this on floor wrappmi Inlal with Ivory and igst Music, frleot chess him. Kmuirnt m.-n,uOo\rai' topt. of t parcel of land at th

At :2 o'clock (and while Mr. Alien was king merely' a territorial court. He week. The stock: market is compira.Ively ninjllng the thrum of and the clash dee cannot be. found within tbe line '

speaking) the bill was laid aside and tbeapportionment irgued further that tho question of juris- steady, though waiting for Iheout- of cymb and the blast ot npet (n one After a while you may ii. hi sanding down, and the real ,c.U4 of tb*

bill wa taken up as 'Jun-. diction of the Alaska court which the come of threatened western Irgia atioo. that went rippling a'on? n the United ttt.Mnat, moving .roubU bi the Indeflnlta location of wrwn. -
petitioner' seek to present cannot beaiaej : has tb*wall and breathing among the Ialra copular a .* : his elogae.ct a* *
the president agreement .
fhished business"-thequeatioa being on railway
md down tbe corridor, mood In whirl wlal. B' m* Irrh'
)Ir. Davi! amendment tu increase the on the record of the admiralty proceedings Dot vet bean perfected!, but ia still rte tog pull olatbOo banqueters.ibaslznal ao..th Ian rel*Urwearly.art Afever a 01 bir D.lrll'a' When a tract n( land lie at a gird s' '

.J. total nuchb r of representatives from 830aa on 'file with the supreme co irt, jarded with much confidence. ., ., ane tu* lord. and a rel cbirloan''lasithe llstance beyond the city limit the owner ,
in the house bill) to 800 and Iwcaune the face of these proceedings Failures of the' week number 881; for !adla, tb* mighty wen a. omen of the lk Vatuer al mother sand b/ not trouble himself in tii .ls*I'

? giving( proposed an addltion.l mem er to each of bow jurisdiction in the Alas in "
md after sentence such cases he ; .
", were_883. every on his cap, and drink t the 'IbeU bUot tUoujbt awl inirta and In fact, be frequently Irlu '
: ujnied, prohibition "will not issue. A MINE HORROR. Itnt"Ob. Kiog Da. .for- .iloqaeno are slat; *xttugul_h* jI'tho- apportionment bill, the senate proceeded la concluding his argument he held Jtre.d < cf eau are lotb iron the brow. of water. And then, after a
executive business and at S:13 hat, co ceding all the facts averred in royal e1 th* up:irtad ehalic, riilon U Ron Jn the inqmtlW ) and LIJ o
to Is extended ,
he petition the question of the jurisdic- Terrible Explosion and Fifty is azaln. ant and again they are emp MW tbi on a l rg.scale ,era, the city V *!L
o'clock I'. m. adjourned until Wednesdayat tied. A a from the placet Tirroaldlgniry lllu tratl.-tU. last war ia thi oountrr. througJ the countrwna tM *
11 clock a. m. ion of the Alaskan court depends upon People Dead.A to tatt rsl Pour out morewlne f'' Our whole nation bat been ltlo" a national nOd veyor ro streets and avenues.'d
the ext"nt of the dominion of the United U tbs, welder uiDiiio, rwee.r "
Given more
terrible mine explosion occurred at banquet-nmta IUt.1 w.r brought ud the plan of
Farms are
States in Bebrinir lea.AN about lord, car'aleogle What wa there grew It O ou tub
nocsR.Tuesday the mammoth works of the 'I. C. Frick Jme. LJ t pat Tu
d.ler bills. invention wa toer our division are ylu
morpio, after some mUcel1 Coke Co. Pitt-bur. 1'.. At the mam' There comes In the visa wag, ratt' river must tura the new wbarl and ragetbe.sraugenbutti.i ground II I arag. wn account
laneon routine business, the house went ABUNDANCE OF LYMPHn moth mine, 'luetday inorniog, between hiccough,and the slavering Up and the guffaw *. Wbat warm far but of indefinite boundary 'lines

'committee of tbe whole on the military sixty nd eighty mlnm were at work: at c-l IU lu.'b. liunUoj; from lb O trader hUI bring them fro the Arotlc. landed small area .1'1propretoral

-; academ1lpproprla'loll bill. In the gen. [ New York-A Sanitarium to tho; time Eighteen:: : bodies have so far bps of rfl& bl.bt': WIt Jl but vur W I mnslobatit montcwMptaea Nor doe it

: .i; oral debate which followed the recent, be Established. been taken out. It is believed ,that at wblJamlngKngwUhlt al Ial "lb.rbt l/ue rightfully bIOD:of i _to_ local 1
hunt! tprcat must sing Wbl lie lath* power ,
the1 fo 11u" el .lr.or
Indiun trouble in Dakota formed least flue botn killed. wall? .
,r fifty I IUTE& the
\V bat i* that ( muttwaklaourMaate when b bat data
of Bun *
A New York dwp-itcu lay I original uponwhich
L abject of )iicus4iou, and also the elec. uyuTho Is It a spirit? 1* it a iifcaotofiir I i G baBqut rescuing f tamale 1 Imf D
'ti ,n bill Of the latter, )Ir. Wheeler of supply of lymph in the city baa bo- Out of the tUck I:aev. of the &a mtd and from tea t To pep to base b eaulol.-1 ai* ,
,'' kid that its would' some so .plentiful recently that not only Mr. II. C. Fritk, owner of the Mam- linger of fiery terror tremble through the UN aw. and the 1.
Alabama
I passage t1 ,
of ail of the lave all tbe Urge himplula bee able 1 in the
iresult prostration tecur. enough of the fluid to on : expo>ion, hu b ea In almuroniUntcuinmunlcatiin a* tbirfub it would I thwi. wlt orchards up 0 U table U b
.
wLLh. waa downing:; up >n ibe carry flame, the 1 p' ... '
prosperity but various : with his sharp t pof engraveon pltIDCti fNt tout wlt 1" Itattiesuk.6kfe XrU!
I of the south. Mr, tipiuola, of ioveatigotions, physicians ntireotativi doom of the king "ta moaie Mop 'a. that able cl yeomanry ofNew J .
people New York was in pursuit of the "force" ire cuutf mplating he establishment of a at the pit slate< tbo ixploaion. golS fal s from the nwreleae gp Tl JaPlr. and lu..rol o Frank II. FoUel of Wt, Loki City r;
which Hr. Frick i Carolinian from the
great Sanitarium in the tubercul ported esday morning thnll. There a Main,
:I ;bill when be wa* interrupted by ilr. jatieats will be tnaUid Local pbysiiu that lot Lad privy a Information t', I beffret thousand voiced abria i of horror. L>t lknlelLi and the western eougrut from tb* Utah, sent a D gift to a c&llmal
Blan'l with that Mr. Spinola } 1 and were all broUsrroLroth.re ia U a necktie, 4
a request that hour mread that sieX. .e of Oregon w* CiDcnoat. I tt.
to 103
in tbe an boil.
i, to him male motion to ;i hare faith e.oulb: curativeeffects up early tCbtlo .V'ei he the at BulJealy the k '.
should yield to a I.. U. j a 1' U t the patttre, mat.rja
of the lymph to invest their tnon- lad U areiuovul fRllla thy.hf,. 'Jhrto : & I
"force* bi I the tabio. Mr. and found waotuij. reded. skin uf
on a
the used
lay being
do :yin a schema w..kh will make its ad- were in nit 100 men working in the mine the who two What mniat thoe* mound thrown op at tI r..n. w '
that b wou'd not so, ta
replied skin has and
Spinal etLctasl It the time of the aaldeot-that nine of )eawh Ay. b ce'.T.re
it bu ,
bill nutrition. more t an to city Ckamui.tht.t GetfI T.
that the
Living; apprehensive force ret lcn. It Is the intention of the item isciped with their U"ca. BOOMS i>f toot a';nniaZS l7 11. carouutl amend CIa B' ul I loft and 8 o;
that
be 1
de d. Until Into
tamed
was not quite ia ia and saw the sodthrown ph.lciaDlln charge of the sanitarium to I Jam were badly injured, The rat, 191 1 near tb* f*et of tan C on cat l horn r H bat a J.talr Ilun beth Th* tie ("Nlla pretty 00.

.lIill paced it and grave benediction d&C Charge only for attendance and suchxpeaua urn. were either .billed outright or were .]>*Jac*stairs. Matwer* Daub bar<& fiald gBtlie-t w.U tbe war of t>heavy th queer which it ismade '

upon a ; u ordinarily occur. The MiffoCfttcd by terrible after damp. The a shuusnl JaUYW duor toat y tracer Why tboa river &f-I ad I ornainut IppJQc u> .
believe that
:;..' 'rcd.. he would not conducted nine w.. fire at and tai d o th ;lake* God was sear! only by th*
.. out of the way. tb.l unitarium will be on exact y on midnight probably ap otlt, tor I 8 want k lt o b'baodw1.li wall 1 blghtod acu .
measure further debate was the committee rose tho sates princlpld" tooM ,hlch gor all let recovrr d-about fifty iniumb 'ben M uuUiiBg t. tore .. t bust welgw.j.a.W6J 1 e\t ea alit rattl. I a |4A.U

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k* THE-T EAST----COAST ADVOCATE.* +- THE stand taken\ by Senator being rapidly ascertained, and it TAGS S $Y]
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Cameron of Pennsylvania, againstthe will soon be PO thoroughly under

force bill has stirred up a stood that the ordinary medical ,
a A WEBKLT: 3t"U."co1T.lI TO TTIB J>KT :Ioi'HK.sT hornets of his handle it without : !
A.inI.ARE nest among many man can danger
KP'fHK 11UTA* Bivrn
WHTU secrioxs.bfficc former political friends lIe Is and with precise results. Hereto FLA, 1ESSi

-_.- now designated as a traitor ; has fore the use of the lymph has been I
been burned in effigy at Pitteburg; confined to localities where the :
Wwliln-rloM Avenue, Titiisvlllo,, ten minutes'! wall!
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and an attempt has boon made to best results could hardly have been 7111
River Florida.
Indian force him to resign. Such action expected. Florida will no doubt 'I' .

will ,not only tend to cniiee Don prove a most excellent field for attaining I

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Cameron to hold firmer' than ever unequalled result. from .' walk. from the )
to the position he has taken, but the uee of the lymph. For when ryletS

it Is possible' his manhood may the remedy is assisted by proper

Entered at tlic Taxi- l /\ '**urge M ccondTERMS. impel him to manifest his independence climatic surroundings, as they exist n3tnITlK<
Mall DL( when his vote is badly fn our sunny state, a cure will : ; ; Month, $45.

needed,on other strict party questions be effected with much greater rapidity i C (

ably In Adr_, before the present session of in canes that are curable .
Congress is over. While his actionin under ordinary circumstances ; and : Prop.
One and Two Cent
or
]By Cheek, 1'01I0..1"JvwWge Stninps. voting against the force bill it is possible that it mny be successful : d/

Ono Tea',... ............... *..... .........flJW8U may not be in line with the viewsof in some subjects whose ; Vice-President; I the ofjnAl ("'
MClnlllll,...................... ..............I-(* many of the political! leaders in condition would be hopeless without :
Threw Nid1ie.u..on..b.l.l.. fio Pennsylvania who are slaves of the the influence of our balmy air !
,>&*%}& C*.py........i...................,....... oO administration, we believe that the to assist the action of the lymph. BANK ]
A.lo1ressln U. 8. or Canada,Prepaid
Bent to
any people of that great state, who had
the good tense to sit down on the f c.mu.
Editor.........,.......... WAI.TPB B. GBAHAM.AssociateEditor methods of the notorious Quay, THE J., T. & K. W. PASSENGER ( .)

& Manner.C. H.W ALTO. will approve the action of Senator SERVICE. capital, $100,000 theStean()t:

Cameron.A $25,000

We *> not hold ourselves recponMMe for the While the action of the J., T. A : s, $100,000 'of Utel

tile opinion right of to our reject correspondents any communication.lint we claim SCREW LOOSE SOMEWHERE. I K. W. R'y system, in Its effort to iheof eaJu&t

ComnmntciUlons for publication must I*written i retain a monopoly of the trans. General Banking ; Ii
plainly on one Mile of tlmpaper' only,and The publication in our issue of 'portation business on the East I'ho
tlie
In COM.' It accompanied by raptalocrtJ8
writer's Khoiild namo every and address,ni>t necessarily for the 16th ult., entitled "A Screw Coast-and particularly of the Indian ,
publication but as a guarantee of good faith. Loose Somewhere," has called forth River and Lake Worth sections ;

Indignant queries from the mail has called forth determined st Bank on the Rlier :"keep'ttVitl

ADVERTISING RATES agent on the lower river route, and reeietence against such a policy by ,..

from the Jupiter postmaster, as to the residents of the territory mentioned votheAi
FEn YEA*
he .of we cannot fail to acknowledge ,\V.D. KTTVrei.Mnt( !
One Inch.1...........*IO.00 ; Identity our correspondent and the efforts of Jacksonville' ), J. H. year,
..... ...... We, do not think we are justified, appreciate National Bank of
Two Inch........... .e. IB-OO < 8. OB AH AM and W. X. \comp
Three huh, ,...........,.........: SO. Four IltIIt,....................... 2"0 If the officials mentioned will fur. the; energetic and efficient managerof : .
Five Inch or Quartered.,...... 30.00 nish us with satisfactory evidence the passenger department of ( : Bank or New York and p0S8 !
iraltroliinin...................S MOO the system referred to in directingthe Jacksonville 20 time ;
Whole Column,...............4..100.00/ that an injustice has been done .. her.t
them, and show us wherein it can attention of the traveling public
For HI* Monlhs'divldo the yearly rato by two be remedied by the disclosure of to the unparalleled attractions hea':

anil add 10 pur* flIt. our correspondent's name, we, shall of this famous section. The gent. (! > seat
For THrcc J>.'''IM, divide tlio yearly rate' It y leman referred to is constantly LINE, TlJ
take in it
four and add :atIK.r cent. pleasure making known. ,
us i s
devising some new and novel
'Tra1 Advertisements Ton Cents rer Line .
Tech Insertion. method of advertising the Indian pljrl"I
,
raid Raiding Matter, nut H "Local Xe",." THE WORLD'S FAIR. River and Lake Worth country, [ WEST SYSTEM. thefttO d!

.columns,Five ('cntal'.r Lino Koch: tn ertlllll. and with such extreme liberalityand

,:legal: Advcirtlwnicnts at legal Kate*. The Idea of giving,World's Fair, good judgment, that no other l d Time. W
to be held at cold portion of the State is half so well
All the above rate are for one edition pci Chicago, a con
week. shoulder; in order to aid In defeat handled in this respect. We noticeIn O NORTH BEAD. Vt. oth

ry Bills collected. mnuthly.C Ing the force bill was contempt able.Chlcago'made the Times- ITnion that Mr. Aek- I : i a 920 t JI{
122111'11I am
hard erly has advertised for one hundred t 10110 810 "
am
to
a fight ee.
Check eta.,DIn)' be undo pnjable to "Graliau
A Walton:' cure the site, and succeeded and and fifty thousand tarpon scale; 1311 am
for the South to have vented its It is probably his intention to. pA e : .. 715 [1
Merchant and all others to whom we an
KIT: them souvenirs for fre t t in 1
'lndlbtecI1l'1II I their bllli Indignation her as unique
oblige us by pro/ciitlnu upon comparatively 3240 1m 1211l'm
..
|the let of eVIJt'lIIollth for prompt Bcttlemvnt. Innocent head would have been a distribution. Aside from the legitimate : II 39 am" 528 620 ," we

petty revenge unworthy the chival efforts put forth by Mr. : 8311 4M .". wa@'I

9ue Spirit that Is said "to prevail; Ackerly himself in the matter of ) 800 832 "" 216 244 ".
'Address all communications to sensible advertising, his pr8ona1'popularity 1M 200 "
throughout Dixie. The more '
: 1112" 210"
EAST COAST ADVOCATE, course to have pursued, ;even I ii among the newspaper men of the weather'r. 11311 as. 1240 "
state is such that it is always a 11311 "
TITUev1J.LItFLORIDA.. the force bill had become a law,, : / 1411 1207 pm
t' 0.lloz.2 2.'F pleasure when ,an opportunity offers 8011." 1115 .In ,
would have been to make a
{ supreme : 84ft a ToJ
the informed .
to keep public .00 N
effort to bring the blush of shameto .
A. M.Indian the cheeks of our would-be of any improvement he.may design 1
for their comfort or benefit. .-
t. duOUI
rulers, by showing such a marvel .
aIn
No. 00 Free and The railway service to Indian 1110 rm 10311 .
River Lodge, ous exhibition of our progress and : 430 'a 865 O
Accepted MaHons, hold their meetings resources that they would. have River' at present, and the steamboat :! all4 a30 "a. .18 618 al N ycte
on the FRIDAY on or before Full Moon, system and schedule now in : 241 I' 6Mf "
.at : ., In Masonic Hall, in the Indian been apalled and ashamed when 243 a' 14.1 ae
Aver State Dank building, Titus- they realized what kind of a coup operation on our famous stream, 1M a. 143 JOI
a "
yille. try they had thrown into disorderand as far as it relates to passenger 4ft am II 100 30" tel
Visiting brethren are cordially Invited confusion by their Iniquitous traffic, is far ahead of that enjoyedby 11441 a tr:

to attend. legislation. We could: not afford any other portion of the State. : : :.. ... I 1041\ "" 11a:
WALTER S. GRAHAM, W. M. facts for which we are
to ignore thA World's Fair under These are 8 JO a m and Falat nil
JOSEPH MESDELL: Secrety. : ready to give due credit, and acknowledge all
any circumstances, and the legislature -
notwithstanding our &: 1
of Florida cannot be too liberal -fib
unalterable and positive disgustfor : fib
ONt week from to-morrow will when it gets ready to make an ,
and
the undignified narrow 1
Bo Saint;) Valentino's day on which appropriation.THE ,
occasion Uncle Sam's postal service unjust system of trickery, and tem : 1 lid

I 'jtlll,be rushe'd .In the delivery of all porary expedient, which the syg. (
TELEGRAM. has adopted in its
sorts of remembrances from the EVENING tern referred to ctI
j scented th missive efforts to retain a monopoly of the U 'w
elaborate po
of the lover-which will delight The Evening Telegram is the transportation business of the East VIm

tHe beautiful maiden-to the hideous name of a new afternoon daily Coast. \

absurdities which will be sent which has made its appearance in

i to'rouse the ire' of the mother-in- Jacksonville. This latest journalistic FAILURE OF THE FORCE BILL IIh

I ii", the dude, the bore, etc., etc. venture is launched by the : arriving at Melbourne
Titusville 7KX: m.
"Florida Publishing Company, : p. 11D
is also the proprietorof election bill which : Jupiter 0.00a.m., 11a
Federal
WREN Mrs. Titus and other citizens which concern The at Titusville 1030:
the Time Union. The new paper has caused so mach uneasiness
Titusville were so
of gener-
j their land to the starts out with many advan throughout the country for many west. At Orange City a
| on s in donating over its competitors, and will months has finally been laid awayso / J. *: L. W. It')' for Lake t
,
tages
| Railway Company a few years ago, and Gulf Coast point*; a
circulation that its persistent Line
have no doubt acquire a large effectively with Plant Steamship
I
could hardly anticipated the will Oorda with steamers I
no
rapidly. Using same and advocates
would very supporters
the
expected come when that the existence day of outfit with which the T ilea. U+ion longer )hope to resuscitate it. It mail train daily between ).

is published its publication necessitates had become generally known as .
tusvillo would be ignored so ut- :; 1
scarcely any investmentof the "Force Bill" on account of the : D. ACKERLT,
as it is at present, as far as which Gen.}......Agent. .1
and having advantageof harsh provisions
capital ; extremely
of trains at our town .
stoppage .f'J
the unequalled facilities enjoyedby It contained providing for its enforcement
is concerned. ,Is it not
Rail. the! Time,. Uiiion for procuring ; and more recently .
while the
that
strange, full telegraphic news. The Even. might well have been called the "
Company claim they have no ing Telegram will probably take "Force Bill" on account of the pereistancy .
end of the lock and I
at the ,
,
the lead at once as an afternoon with which it was forced :

the town depot is their should termin-rush paper, if its staff possesses average upon the senate by those having it

1, that the trains ability' and makes half an effort in charge, in spite of the protestof ,
terminal and
last their alleged and yet it does not strike us as even the great majority of the ./
[stop at a point where' they claim xactly square for a morning Journal Bepublidan press against its obnoxious -

b re is no depot" ? "Consistancy just because it possesses the features, and in the face

bou art a jewel. power to do eo-to step outside of of resolutions adverse to its pass. : \\ -

its legitimate field, and attempt to age by the legislatures of several p. m.
IXOAIXS, of Kansas, has met with crush the Metropolis., which has strongly Republican states. ;

teat at the hands of the Farmers been Struggling eo manfully for We have felt for several months ; Monday Wednesday

lIance. The fight was one for success, to the wall and wipe it out and so expressed ourselves on numerous helve at BOCKLEDGK

rlnciples more than of men, for of existence. There i* not roan occasions, that this measure Saturday_ at 7 a. BU I ,

b political enemies of the de. for two evening papers in Jack. was doomed to defeat, and yet :
senator will admit that he sonville. there was always'an element of

'e one of the most brilliant and uncertainty and uneasiness as longas via Clyde St...John

_brainy men in the country. The KOCHINE IN FLORIDA. it remained under considerationby to patronize this line
he took in regard that it has
position finally the senate; and now Clyde Line rare of
jto the force bill, while it was some. finally been disposed of there is T. Co., Blue Spring

hat of the "death-d-repent. The discovery of a remedy for great satisfaction in the fact that >DIbO ,

ice" order, will cause the South I tuberculosis, by Professor Koch, the struggle is actually over. Money ; Frt A!: 1'.... dgta_
feel less exultant at the retire- has excited universal interest which has been witheld from -

ent pf one who was so fond of throughout the whole world for fields of investment in the South the
on
inning the slumbering flames of the past three !months and now as long as this outrageous measure

b'ctionaliam by his burning rhetor- that it has been the subject of ex.of remained under consideration will on the

Senator-elect Peffer successor periment by medical scientists be placed at once and the marvel.

Ingalls, is said to be the most numerous nationalities for many ous progress of,the South, which for .
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hie and conservative Alliance man weeks we are able to say that it has been to a certain extent impeded .

Sat could have been selected to Inestimable value to suffering will proceed with greater

present his -party in the U. t S; humanity. IU exact sphere and Is strides than ever. In contern- : .
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i [WILE POULTRY FARM, -I FE..A..NX T_ E-crDGE.: 1. ;;7'If : :


SEVILLE, FLA.


Jressed Poultry -of Every, Description. Glass, HARDWARE: Sash, ; ,

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Jkhe; Paints> Oils. u Dccrs & Blinds.1 :, C

fRESH LOOS, FANCY STOCK. I.

Onlers filled same day: received. Prices guaranteed.
GnsoUllC Cool StOVeS.
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HOTEL TRADE A SPECIALTY Cil'Oekel'yvrrill: ,vill'el'VOO(1


)rulers by wire filled same day received. F. T. BUDGE, Titusville, Fla. .i

Write for particulars and prices _.- 0

ammo P. ft. JOHNSTON, !Manager.Correspondence. LaGrange Article of Association and Uyof II. It OLMSTEAD D. B. PAXTON, Presldt. W. GOODYEAR, VIce-Presdt.

Laws the Iiulinn River ,
Rev. W. N. Chaudoln returned from
the Baptist Convention at Pensacola Lumber Company. The Pioneer Dealer In INDIAN RIVER LUMBER

List Wednesday: quite feehle, and as yet These Article! rHtnwwih, that the '1I1.14>ralltne.1 -

ha* not improved but very little; though; !{tether for have the henhy purpose amHlaieil loriulnitacorporatloii.under tlieniwhe to. GENERAL MERCHANDISE -: : .
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If'* do not hold onrtrlvn rrapom 6fe for not at all well while /gone he says he enjoyed the general Incorporation at.t a*containedIntluiptci "I" ., r IOOJ.lP.A.JSrY .
the convention much. vl MiCuulan': bi iK...t ot luc Lawsof } 1'.'
very
\\tht opinion of our correspnndeut.Information *. ; Hnrlila, and chapter :3729! law ot 13?!, and Eau Gallic.I :
Mr. Frcnsley and Wrm Chiudoin chapter WOT of Uie law of low amendatory
: enjoyed _
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thereof.AKTICLR Q OO. ;
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[ the commny: of Miss Jennie Sails keep In Stock a Choice variety of Capital, I'
Orpanliatlon and management.The '
"Wnntcd. very regretted much her while return Mr. C.home was Saturday{' they name of thl corporation ball lie the Indian, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, : :( :fjj: ;
ns Ilhrr i.uuter'ougiany, and its domicile shall TITUSVILLE FLf'OMI'I.ETE \ : : : ,
one so amiable, kind and gentle is missed he TltnNTllle Mretanl (;o., Fla. Its meuil>er liip CROCKERYTOILET ARTICLES, ETC "..\.,. .,;, ,.
hall consist of the Inrorporaton, and all other -- .. -' <" .
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much! when
East Count : so gone. I t .
hone name appear an nohlern of It* capdtalstuck And will bell as Low as the Lowest. STOCK OF \ '' .
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Mrs. Jacob Feaster brought some of upon the Iwok of the company thenianawnipnt .1
TO11 Capt. w. B. Watson! or 'some ) the other Officials of the Indian Rfeer the flowers from her old place, and all to a lawn of three of the or company more director shall .be, ail lntrntd stall be Call and examine my Stock 18 House Boat and Skiff Lumber J

were busy, Saturday, In setting them detenulued each year at the annual nv tlnc! of .
Steamboat Co. please explain why ve>ne out at her aew homo. She says she has the *t'. 4
of each and e>ety J ear. Hut I'J'e lir,,nl of director J. E. ENDER & CO. Brick Lime Cement Fire-Brick > ,
of their steamers are allowed to laM on been move: for her flowers ever since tar the tint year dish nmilxt of the under :1.

ihe cast side of the river when weVavo she We hole she will succeedIn planed Ineerperawlw, any twv 'if whom shall. -'
making them live. 'on.tituto a qnoniiu tor the transaction of li". -vv n"tchD1.n1E.ers: Mouldings Lath and Shingles
;Just as good water and landings ao any I lne.*. MfetinicH of the dl.wrII shall IK held "
In a recent letter from Mrs. Jerome on the let lay ol February of each year, tiiimedlatelv A'IinMANUFACTURING' r
the other Aide. One 'ff the
of those on Pickets Turned Work. .
Brackets
Twlchell, of Kansas t'itv she writes tile after the adjournment! of the annualrooiktiolder'nneetliiK. .
said it took them no kmg to Meeting! or the Ixiiird JEWELERS, t
captains winter there in most delightful; not any way 1", held at any Its,,.,on rail of either pre.lilcnt DETotxsos 2Tx>AXXXOc3.: to Order. "
crcma; but this Is a poor excuse, as they real cold weather, no ice gathered yet. or piHral-munaer,on due iiotii of time Titnnville, Fla.Rcpnhlng \

keep'the middle of the river from Titusville We are glad to hear this as In many ; and ot plane the of board.meeting VaoBurle being/ then.* In to the.-..cb loam member of ____ _____ __u.. .. .. ._.._ __ 11. -HANSON- l\lnnngor._:'

and 'are as near our shorn as the other places the winter has been very direi-tor way be filled l>>. the board for the uu- of Kino and Complicated
severe--so the papers say. expired term. The tliivctor shall apt>olnt, Diamonds and other ProfoHHional Cards.
Watches setting of
votlier. from among their own number a president, ; J. :M. Sanders | Co.
Mr. R. Butler of the firm of ,
Harry t ire-pr! '.Ilent, treasurer and a secretary, who Precious Stones.Alligator .
And why, in the busiest past of the Holmes Scott, New York commissionmerelltmts shall alMi act ..cr..mallltll"r' and stall and Hog Tusks Carved and Destine in '

year, do they put the mall, slov and Incompatible culled on u last Monday and prescribe. their dutlea and till tacit compenxatiou. :Mounted fur cane-heads, brooches, etc JL.. GAULDEN, .

left a mice calender of '01, and a new Shell made. G GCitO'KERY
steamer 'Oeorgiana! carry ARTirtB II.-Of capital .t..1 Tile railtAlrtock Jewelry DRY GOODS NOTIONS t ,
mail, freight; and piuwengeis ? fit Is Impossible stencil We think the house Is well represented of thecompanv shall e (JS.nnii,MI, dhlded In S. II. Ray new building\ opposite ATTORNEV-AT-IAW, ,
<< and fortunate: In having sopleasnnt Into 2AU KhnruB, of (UN).ixieukh. HUH'k Hiiln for her to make the run on tor luuf't lie paid for In full before the U...lnc I attention to all orders by mall I .
a gentleman: soliciting shljvmentff t
of the stock certificates, but the may '
time; she has not the lower to enable ; this is our second visit from him. Le urcaulzt-d fur the conduct of Imtdiiuaii'IIII.ny) an loon or other"1110. 21nov T. SANDERS SADDLKIIY:

her to make any ''headway :s alnst the [Andrew Trosrher han received two an HI i,en.im.uui of thus capital luck, line been STATIOSEIIY
pahl lu. True directors IruI..e fur limuliiK
heavy north Triads that prarull this tons of fertilizer which he intends put .tin,k etrlpt M nulwoHliern may, who have not fully I 'A TTORSEY.A T.I.\W, FAMILY MEDICINES, ",

season. ting on his grove right; away; we think I'ahllll their ubncrliitloniii; but the holder of. HODGES & GODFREY Will prarttcA In nil the Courts of the Povf nth OAltDKX SKEDS( *' r.
therein no handsomer grove than )Ir.: pooh serl the shall not Iwentltlud to tote at 1II.'t!' Judicial I'Irmiltof Horldu.' '
This is that ha ,Wen asked Inn of utorkhnlden, Each: lertlUcate of cnoici: oitocinir.8, '
a question Fs, and he believes feeding his /grove stuck slmll lie tinned by pronlilent and MU Manufacturers of I'. O. aka,2M. Tm-HVH-LE, KLA.Monrjr :
I 'ns so often, we Brave grown tired.of re well md It will 'Increase his hank nocount retary of the corporation anti attested' with Its to Ixian. 1 HAY, COIJK, MAl'KS': FERTILIZERS

plying with the very unsatisfactory he has. realized! : very good! pricesfor corl"'r..te..at. and Certlllcatv may Iw tnumferred of ruick shall by endorocment henonaseeeeablo Yellow Pine Lumber AVALTKH&. ORAIUM.IIOBBINS FINE PATENT FL tlKOooon I ;
OKOIUIE ItoiMii'
Ins fruit and still ban some left.Sunday the xerrvtarv rhRll tile M. F1or:1da. i
don'tknow
"I and 'wouldlike to know ie. such l: : j r
record of Unue and trauntttr of all certificate A GUAHAM,
the real reason. was a perfect day; the fresh *upon. the stubs o( the t'k book, which ItOriUt A DRKHHKII, r
pure breeze Just strong enough; to be t'fIC..r.lllbali he evidence of the memlwrohlp of Orange IM Until, : {
We do not ask them /make regular pleasant, the bright sunshine, people the corporation. rrult A Vegetable Cr t<-.. ATTORN EYS-AT-LAW, aW.. R.Ogers, !

stops here, but only when passengers riding and walking by, out to enjoy the ARTICLE:III.-Of finance. TIle director hull Lumber' ilrllvereil' at any partnf Indian Hl\er TITt'M\'UI.II:1: Brovard Co., Kloildn.r. DEALER IN CLOTIUXO, t, +
lutvepouerto borrow to lie secured hywori.tt"ie. bill nf 'ollteRlII.1-- f
on ludlnii. Anyone
money thrnnpli
In the old and 1
come in on tholUO train, and have no fine weather afternoon .u. 1It111.2co. 1 l
,debenture bond' or other approvedcredit 1IIIl1oullII11IC, on thus East Conut would do well to
other of getting here that day. young wending their way to Sabhath expedient, and to hypothecate the capl-. write for jirleeus. The Sawmill\In ultimUHl on theJ. Will iirartlra In all thnnmntlranf the\eventh Gents. FornlsMnj Coeds, Shoes, Hats," i 1''
way school, all combined to make It as I salt t..l.llrol'erlIInd franchise of the corporation, .,T. & K. W. Ky.,9 miles Miuth of I'aUtka. Circuit Hint In the supreme| Court. H|..>rlsl' f arllltics '
Jan. 27th. 11:>1IUANOLA. a perfect Sahlmth day; may we all enjoy i to secure ft* indehtednoK; but the hlghc-ot! Agents ('tIC''', E. Billing| }:au (Uallle Eugene for Examining' and IVrfnctlnn land Caps, Umbrellas, ranks, Valises, r. .;
amount of Induhtedne to which tho BralnenL 61110, >d Titles ('orflMI""IlI"'" millcltdil from Claim
mnnv more of the -sam kind; wlkli we Nun can at any time subject itself ahalio '| ante and heirs ui Spanish) Iranti.. FINE CIOAU8, Etc.; 'r I
coultl share with those who are having exceed two-third the l'.apltal.tlM k, The generalmiinnKPr SnbiuJ111IIIfChtlt, Piitimn co., Fla.
[The above earrespomlrtt having sent) such cold weather. hall at the annual meeting of the Money to I..an. 1 t The only liouno In town making ipo : .

in name In accordance e laity of (Ipntn. Funil Mng (}ool\\*. :s
'Mr. O, B. (lirdner has fertilized and fixed by the director, vuliralt account of the .
we publish the communication whichwas wofked over the Belle T.nllillorove/ bolonging liiihlut of the company,and general account Advertise in this Paper. T\R. M. D. L. Drop In nnd examine my stock:, andcompare .,
DODSOXCjgSi .
of Its finance hall be kept by him at the Mace / pilcpn. Cnah Cll"tctDlerl'com,
omitted from onrlast issue. En. to Mr. Jerome Twlchell of ..
] > one of the company for the Inspection of 0011.
Kapsas City's busy merchants, and it holden. mend every coimldorntlon competitors' I

looks fine. Ills Kentucky grove has AHTK'LEIV: -Of general Imidnex. The gen- SPECIALIST IN OPERATIVE, SURGI. claim to rnn/cr. I
The Sad Heath' Itobt. :Mc- been worked out too, and is admired l y eral nature of the Ixmliiiw to lie tree"aure the company hull lie tho buying and telling (if CAL & MECHANICAL DENTISTRY,
OaUongb. many who pans. lumber, and other nivrchaixllite, erecting and BROKER AND COMMISSION AGENT : south of ADVOCATK office. '
"The ladles of Sanford Baptist church operating. saw-nttUuu, building wharves and traiuroaiU ,
acquiring and dlnpoMng. of real eitut.I TITt'BVJLLE, FIMUDA.TR. "
freniflerft mane a very handsome satin log cabin and thol"r land, erecting and operating teto- Titnvillo, Fla.Agent .
DIXON GRAY4
To Ihf thrFarmert'.t11iaarr & r
of quilt last year, which they sent to the graph and telephone line, running tall anditeam .,
LaGrange Fla.: Convention to lie sold for Missions, 'and boat on ,than River for freighting! sun.trwting :' for Pianos and Organs; Florida II. L. WILLS, .
poles, and to da a gaueral building and Brick and Lime; New Process (I 311011 no aalura. In
RESPECTED fcrn-ItSiecomes .ad brought nearly *5000.) It was then presented builneM. PHYKICIAN SURGEON Toilet-;
my to Rev. Mr.'Chnudoln, the hires!. I The companv ball commence It* c..rIM'tAte| !' Stove that cannot explode. Drugs, Chemicals, Perfumery,
duty, at the nequpflt of the brothers of dent, an a token of 'their respect BIK e liteuce on the lint day..f Kebrnary.II haul' Will at nil times handle every dlsrrlpt- A graduate of the University of I>('nn. ', .

our :Order at TUnsviUe, to present to loving appreciation<< -of Ms services as or and a.by-law.anon rhereaftera am filed w Ilk Ira the articles.nocretary: anaoclaiioa'of Hate Ion of New and Second Hand Furniture sylvania, and an experience: of twenty; Articles, Fine Soaps, Stationery, ;

;you our sincere! regret&t the sudden awl their president forwo-many years. 3tr. sad a certlltaate of due incorporation, liuHied. In fact will get anything to supply, .the years lu practice, offers his services tithe JEWELRY1, ; \\': t
Chaudoin knows wellliow to value the shall run for the term of :to yean from date wants of the People.Tradesmen's citizens of Titusvlllo and I vicinity. "
terrible death of Robert McCot of In SPF.CTAfLES ANEW1NO : :
young 11I'ul1"ratlllll. Soiled Stocks Disposed/ of.
!gift, and he is prnnil'to show it to his OFFICK: OVKK J. w, itoriKiis A co.T MACHINES. i
lough. The peculiar*'circumstances attending ARTICLE! V.-'Of amendment. These article.and Will soil on Commission by private treaty;

his.deoeiuu) t&ad invested fkt ad-re ..by-law of the* ray*UH.lie k praMiut amrnded at on any vote imwtlug! of three.Situ. 'ol or Public Auction, anything you wantto RUE P ELY, Guns, Pistols, Mowing Machine and '

with mournful interest andhas ,kholden called In conformity with Uw..r turn Into money. .} Machinery. Repaired. Watches, Clock
tragedy a p its by-law.;and a iua>i-rlty of the nutitaaillnjtt Cash advanced on Goods for absolute and Jewelry. a Mpeclnlty, .
cast entire shall oiQHtltuu quorum at any >*Ik. JUSTICE: OF THE PEACE 17m ,DIST
a gloom over oar commu
sale.EDEN. 4
MELBOURNE HOUSE. holder'* inevtlngWITNESH Notary fubllo for the RUU at Large. School Hooks and (School Supplies.
nity. Be- went f.rtli: .in the morning In taken ut
our hand and teal til MO: >Ov all the pride and strength of his youthful January.'IX 1SH1. rli>uce. atural l Flnlub a HJNH'laity. for Newspapers, hooks, Magazines, eto

manhood h the of his 3IELBOURNE.WhIiIn HlltReI and" JIll, ruttl" MY.LJJOUlL.'iX, FIJI. Prescriptions carefully compounded *t
'etiger, pursuit are me 'kn"WI"1: \ j : EAL. ) __ ______.h._ ._ ____. ___
business affair,-and, nlfcrf how soon the K.hi. l p any time, day or night 1,

bright waters off IndiarJRlver were Lwlt- 3 :Mtloi'of the :Atlantic. before me acknowledged thin 24, II.....11'I Waltpr o..1)etoa'. Iijotg William: : : : 1F1.ltoh: .

Ing over his liitAeosGorpue.. Such a sudden C.U.Macni>kT,>ot', 1'ub. (RKAL J .Druyrnuii.Hauling Dr'U.g : :
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termination of bin ;youthful careercause Signed and aeknow'ledged I IGrlert Raoa.n. I'1sa j done at reasonable rates. Attends '

us, who se jet'living! to realize Good Shooting, Ftiiiing, Sailing. U.bforemetkis2er.Jan.9l M Kubbia.N fy 1Mb.) ,.gAtp all departing, and meets all arrive Patent Medicines '

=: tog trains. ,
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with fearful force *od. D. n Paxton,l*resl.lenl.Vdflertiaalyear a Orders left with G. D. Rumph or at
very uncertain ttmioe-of life, and the Vlc.I're.ldent ADVOCATK office will receive promp Elegant Perfumery and Toilet Articles :
mutuabillty of *S} eacSUy affairs. TTh T-CLASS TABLE: : APPOINT Itobm UanMin Seu'y & then. %LnniK r. 1t =c attention.

Robert McCorftugb earnest, faithful MENTS.TraiHlent .II 1EM Kept constantly on hand at
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Notice.Xntl..e W Proscher
and industrious, alit Lid fair to take : Bates, jam per ''D.. AUp *
I* hereby given that the unulerdgned = :; !:: TITUSVILLE, FI.A., J B. Screven'g
high rank among ear ,-elf-made men. are about ... form a<'orjMiratlon under tbe general r w 0110 ... .
Ineor)">ril ui law. of the ante wf riorida, 1 = Keeps a full .uf'plf'of Metallic and '" y t .
He belonged to that lurgc, but unrecognized a* follow i "TlirOurloratlouahdliekruavgau f ;j Wooden .
GRAND VIEW o DRUG HTOlti:. .
of the wcufld's heroes who 'HOTE4TITU.SVILLE the Indian Hirer Lumber t'"., and It* principal "
arniy place of linniMC will be TlUuvlUe Kl*. The ,oa iNt Collins, Cases and CuHket
accept their lot in life-without complaint, nature of the 0011_.* to lie trammeled tlie. 0 .e Funerals attended If desired. AH orders Also the latent Newspapers, Period t4
buying an.llM'lIlDII'Ot: lumber anil other merchandise
and strive to perform whatever comes to =: executed' and at 2
erecting and operating *aw<4ulll* '5 promptly reason cain, etc.
their hand to do, with: All their might bnlhling: wharves and tram-road,auiulrlng and .Q"'-= able rates. Embalming done. aJP. I '. I p =
illniMMtlug of Keal Kitate! and tiimier lamia
and skill., Permit ItA, then as brothersIn Indian River, Fla. erecting and operating Telegraph Telephone rouWines
line running nail and steam boat on :Jadlan T. TTAXJCj
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the to tender
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same cause
you, (I. )(. MAD ETTE, IPBOPH.This : Hirer for freighting: purpone.and to do a general -
his sorrowing relative and friends, our bulluingandseutractingbusnear.Ca1dWStock CONTRACTOR & BUILDER,
of C!ompanT i* to be f:t,0iOjun, dlndwl & Spirits:
sincerest and most heartfelt sympathyin !into:&bare*of f tu M each. Stock subscribed .r.
this sad and .Jut, must be a1JtOI'1A full before, l ulngtinkcenlttcate TituHvillo, Fla.
bereavement; permit us, .teethe most central .tel in town *: b>.t the wminany may be organised ; i
.also, to hope that in a better world than ,far the conductof ImAneu coon .. tea per Estimates furnished on application.
and Is only one minute's walk from the .each of capital atockof corporation ..... been PINEAPPLE Correspondence and patronago solid te.
ours, his soul has found that eternal ,,10"1.110. The company shall commence lt*.eor- :Ssert.f
peace which Is only; to be feund In that Railway fitpot, and close .to steamboat 'porate!exlatenoe ou ....... lit, liwl, or .. Mao. 10uloivr. ,
thereafter. Ita article of aMoclallon and 4>ylw
ihright Land beyond the pen Landings. 18 .are flied with the.Secretary of State, and 33. Xlvuuaoll.BRICKLAYER
certificate of due Im-irporatlon tuned. the CIGARS 3STO. .
Sincerely yours, term of laid. corporation hall be twenty year. PLANTATION. .
HOWEL'TITt"II, The buvlnen of the company will be conducfxl & PLASTERER OF TUB FINEST QUALITY :
C. .J- IIECTOK by k pnudilent rice- 'eaidenl. treaaorer aadaeorrtary #
.. Sec. Titusville Fanner1 Alliance. who hall alao bold. tile positionof I
co
Dealer In General gen ral manager and a board of director U> be T. 3D. 2TLlolao.r: TitiiHVillo, Fla. TO .. ...... ; '
elected at the annual meeting of the its k-buU- I
en to lie held the lit of eiiruary of each ,._. Eden Indian Riser Florida. ] Work contracted fur on any part of Losley & Rcnakcr.
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Market Review. :MorohanWseM(9bourne: : The Khet amount of laidehtedoea. or liability Indian River 8Jno.
to wkuch the corporation ran,at any tliua aiilvWt
Reported by G. S. Palmer, WholesaleCo.axnl88on Fla. Itself. ihall not exceed K. the capital itock. Notice. Famllle.8ul'plletL ,
< Merchant !in Fruit and Produce f>. B. PAXTOX.WALTEH "
i<*>i' EAK.Uourrr Xutlee U given that at s iiMetlngof Ilse McAllister
10(1 Reade Street, Ntw York. OA>MIX, ( : "bne"r ulmiton of the Ka t Cuut ;

FuHKi-Ami. 1801. : Hats Shoes Coeds Tr u |iirtit/.oujpaiiy,Ankle U. ut the Ity-
Clothing Dry
lawcnf the said iVmiuiity wa amended to read
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Receipts of oranges, to-day, how a.. PERFECTED a* follow t Article 1L of Cock,tTne cai>. L Contractor for
itch lUx'k of IhU ... le
Just AnlveiL Splendid Guoda. .v'paaJ.ba1J Frio ester to t
falling off, and aggregate only a few CRYSTAL LENSES Iw paid np la full. 'n.. eaiiltal stock ball be a
thousand boxes. We trust, a reaction OILS, PAINTS, HARDWARE, LEAD .. divided tea:.0"(hare*of tlQUJM s eh. Kacb eerttncate Artesian Wells r
DRUGS"GBOCERIES Tea. i. of stock hall be signed by tue r'rwiUkintu ,
from the prevailing depression of prices GRAIN itpi y rrar W Alvtya. Of all kinds; and Jn fact a full line of tk corporation. inayjoon follow. Choice bright fruit, eve1'.tWolCall and exalting UTitnsville by lad/_nient. and U.. Heeretaryittatil Kan Gallic, Fla.
keep a record of the IWIM transferred 1MI- mo T NEVER f AIL%
in at f2.50! selected sizes
Hues telling ; i
*.4 surrender at all stuck *rtlMcat e ups tie
$2.'j ', coarse fruit from $1.73 to $2.00; .... .of the stuck bouk. which record tball be

russets* selected sizes, $$2.50; mixed J Meat Market. : T1 ci1ilroc of the mewbunblp H.(Uatift of the,eorporuiuu.WALTCH Secretary. W. N. HENDRY

counts in lines, $2.00 to $2.23; tangerines : ( /t

HOO to $:i.00; mandarins $2.50 to 'T. T. S.L.II.., Dealer In TRY IT 5g i

$3.00; grape fruit $3.30 to $5,00 a barrel. ALL KUO or -

.f Florida vegetables Dray man, General Merchandise
Receipts new very
Fresh and Salt Meats Eggs Will attend to all kind of ILtuUog
light and present price extreme, especially -
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J. E. IIXDEU & CO.
string beans, choice selling promptly, cheaply and expeditloiuly. DRY GOODS,
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from $3.50 to $6.50; cucumbers $3.00 to Oysters, Fish, Fruit 4 Vegetables, liar exclusive sale of these celebrated Will deliver baggage for passengers NOTION!, THE ADVOCATE .y

$3.00 per crate; beets $1.23 to $1.73; IS SKABOJT. Chute In TltuivlDe.FACLKXEB. arriving or departing on train or steam'boats. STATIOXEBV

tomatoes from $1.73 to $3.00; onions, KELLAM MOOBK, Job Printing Department

Bermuda, $2.50( per crate; green peas CASH FOR POULTRY, EGGS, VEG- The only Manufacturing Optician lathe Can be found at the Railway Station Choice Groceries

demand $&00 TABLES, ETC. South Atlanta Ga. Peddlers or at my residence in South Titiuvllle. ,
arriving, but in ; egg plant are Is Ready to do Your Work. .
to $&00 per barrel 19 E. J. DAVIS, Manager."fe not supplied with these gooda. OfeUkno U. S. Mall Carrier 5 9II3IH, FLA. 0

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'1 be 'Lowly." never,' feel absolutely: removed THE JUGGERNAUT matter to talk about -
,. ,. It Is a Very easy; .
*1 mw eel tsnret wreath," the reed, ill danger," said pnbnqne, ''\1bt1Ia 18,000 or $0,000 horse power but few Milton was the ion of a moss?
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"No Dstenlog JirorW bangs on to/ word, blU It chasing me. Tfccn know, : what it meant or the terlvener. ,, ,
.,Die LWtialnIla by me II led, Facts. About a Great Hindoo persons real so I'Io.e
.. :Jfo nations by my deeds are stirred.fn enormous force that it exe U. A New York; man has A coMestltt' ) I

nctther! duallng, rich or grand| ,, Dubuque tit by the window Religious Festival The new White Star Line .steamships 10)000 sermons., ,j t. It-I
itaiong the lowly ranks I stand. and drovo up and stopped -
for instance, or the InmanLino's It wonld take a freight train I Italnlng ..tmpd .
''r the street. Dnbuqno a e:. .
H>nod Cud tarn no empire's tate; lighted The Car Used Is the Largest York from
Kr do men battle for my sml.el the clerk gave him to comfort Vehicle In the World. City of New develop thirty-five cart to tranipo I 11I

.Vo orf upon my mandates wait, : ,bile waiting, .and watched, the 18,000 to 20,000 horse power. They $1,000,000 In 'pennies. ] A +

Icasnotoveasctsslytel \ per. He must have twelve boilers and seventy-two The curricle or doubled-liorso j steers'la
narrowly. make no two.
Tht>sjrcttlii ring not with my ntmoj cell Juggernaut Is variously pronouncedas turnaces w'orked with forced draught. 'the
'I MQ a stranger onto (ame.Aod Presently a little hand hold Jnmergntha and Jag- wheel, cart, is being considerably rt I Ivlved thA
a Jaggernatb, Assuming that the engines will require
in London.
white handkerchief! Was
yet my heart II"gallll the day, 'i placed annatha, tho last being tlio Sanscrit 18 pounds of steam per horse ft"1tors
Vf reside Joy are dear to me; opening in the door. It was and root of the words Miss Lotlila Calhoun, who is em
ed probable many of feed water
hour then 160 tons
gladly go my humble war! carriage. Bat ho sntoked all of per ploye in the United: States Troasnry ,iltoa
construction
of the
+ Hill I have heard a truth to bo- Ing same general must be pumped into the boilers every
was iu no hurry. Let It a EJ
get at Washington, is able to
.1'batIt'ter sweet Is fame at best, which signify "Lord of tho World; hour and 160 tons of steam will pass com '
( darker. ,The carriage waited and faau
E TbeJotrtyaretLe. .. happiest.' the really one of the nams of Vishnu, through the engines at the same time j 85,000' coins a day; j .bate
waited. At last it
-[Susie)[. Eett. was quite the second of the Hindoo triad. Seven there was one bran '
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11 ill god In twenty-four hours the feed water years ago 'porb.t.
y Juggernaut, betides being the name band iu tho Salvation' army. It tru >tt
will amount to 3,840 tons, occupying
will see Mr. Jameson later, said
,;rOE Pl1BUQU) ESOAPE.Joe > to the clerk. "Or!' tell him of the Idol representing YUhnn, is 188,240 cubic feet. This amount of composed of a father and his sons :

of ) 1 to him." also the name of a town or city in the water would fill a length of ''493 feet Since then 8,550 other bands have bees 'clot .

Dubuquo was a daring thief I ing 1 'he went across to tho carriage. Province Orissa in Bengal, British of ft canal, 40 .feet wide. and :formed.Of i

p' bat ho was In jail at last. He wai was opened and lie stepped India, the city having taken its name 7 feet deep. Taking the condensing all birds, the condor mounts tit hoe
charged with a robbery of considerable 'I'll 'I from Juggernaut's car and idol enshrined obi
pretty girl w waiting. water at thirty times the feed highest into the atmosphere flunk 'tiOJ

moment-$11,000-and this ,(and hI.el..4Ing to thick and thin,," ho said within Its walls. The ground water it will amount to 4,800 tons per boldt do'cribes, flight of this bH! 1 II

u a thief were such auto In.: took her in hit. arms and kissed upon which tho t \1'aIs built is 'con- hour, or 116,200 tons ia twenfyfourhonrsor'for in the Andes to be at least'20,000 feel 1to l

taro-Titina long term if convicted. As they passed the Jail(a few siJcred holy and is held by the community a six-day transatlantic run above tile level of tho seA taP

t .Honey was wasted llko water in Ills Just on, Dubuque said, half u common property, no tribute not less than 691,200 tons! or 24,883,. Jingo codfish was found alive in ko

defense. The' best legal talent warteroeght : "I must look after ih'ot 'Rock being exacted from any resident, other 000 cubic feet. This amount of water bedded in a hollow log in a luilldaa -J

to his succor. A great trial the : "'' I than that ho perform certain rites in tank 295 feet .
cubical on
man. would fill a at Mnrtlndalo. Cal. It twain ia st ,
look place, somo ties woro told, and the > ho kissed t tho pretty girl ngnln.: and, about'tho temple, thus proving the side-a tank into which the Roman t small hole when a little fish and was ffeil
flair WAS conducted with AU the ae. himself Hindoo and firm believer in ]
Dubnqno had escaped.-[Kansas a a Catholic Cathedral, steeples and all, unable to find its way out again and
,ccseorlos of a htgbprlccd legal tableau.
Vishnu in his manifold form
or the Times building could bo put grew In the log. 'ila
1 Dubuque was,, convicted and sen- $ The city of Juggernaut has about i

faced to ton yoartin! .the penitentiary.'The Dlamonl Stories. 60,000 inhabitants, but as there Is a and completely coveted up.Is not less In- During the season which baa Jail .

cup: went to the Supreme Com t "'' stories' connected with the till.. religious festival held there once every Tho coal consumption closed, tho mountain palaces of the tl<

6n epf(eal, ball being fixed at $25.000. of Iho various great diamond month, tho population conatant'y teresting. Four hundred tons a day! late! King of Bavaria have been visited 07

s 'Tho bait would have boon furnished of Hid world aro all of moot within its borders fall! but llttlo shirt are burned on tho 20,000-horse power by 80,000 persons, and the amount.. fe

la cat but it was decided: to try interest, bnt they have been of 1CO,000. Tho principal street of pressure. This fur; would fill 400 wagons.It ceived from them In admission feet itsti
requires its ,combustion 8.600 has exceeded $60,000.A .
'other'moans.. put often that I presume you aro the city runs north and south for 2 3-4 of 222-

r| Tim ,I.renowned. "Mollto Matches' i .. with them. You remember miles!-both sides being formed by an 836,000 tons of air cubic, occupying foci.( It a space is Impossibleto Williamsport (Mich.).man when 1i

wflotOaoo: adorns Inspector Byrnrs'aolJoctlon the i Dutch farmer In south Africa almost unbroken line of Hindoo temples such that well ran dry found that tho roots ol
I these in shape
In New York, was a stranger'some bright peb- all of which are overshadowedby put figures a willow had grown a distance of 'I
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Dubuquo's! staunch friend. Thnro was 1 tho < I which his children played' the great Temple of Juggernaut, reader they may bit bo enough grasped has by been the average cited to twenty-four feet, coiled np on the bot. at a.t

.alaoDubuquo'a wife. Sho was pretty, let .. the ,stranger honestly told which stands at the southern extremityof torn in a solid mast and were carrying .
show nevertheless that tho circulating -
,bravo and' hopeful. Dubuquo was a that he ,suspected ,them to be the main street. and fan, engines of such all tho water into the foliage.: .tm

'4P>od jrlwner and behaved welL Theofflocrs with : which subsequently provnJ 'The "great temple" rises ton height pumps New The form of oath binding ''on On
ships are a hard-working lot.-[ t
; liked him, anJ ho was gl'tUl od'JQany'l1 : tho case, so that tho .poor man of nearly 800 feet,'and is surmountedby York Times. Mohammedan conscience is to make

erU s. They watched him very rich: Also, I dare say,' a bronze covered dome, time point thi Koran rest on the head: while the :

'narrowly, however, and when ho took tho incident of tho poor of which reaches 160 feet higher. Tho OllTCS.! oath is administered. But if the Ko-

his exercise each day Ida cell was Tho ,' of Golconda In India, who, wall which surrounds this glgnntlo,! pagoda The olive tree in its wild state is a ran is skillfully held just above the ,

carolled.,, In his garden a beautiful stone, is a square with sides C50 feet In thorny shrub or small tree, but when head the form is not valiJ and Hit ,

i .It,was decided, to release Dnbnquo from for enough to provide himself length; is l 18 foot thick at the bottom cultivated becomes a tree 20( to 40 feet oath not binding.In .

'.breaking Into too! Jail: from tho out- his ,competence: incidentally open- and nearly 40 feet high. Besides the high with no thorns. It lives to a tho vast majority of luminous

,tide. No effort was made to supply I his whole country a source of great pagoda iu honor of Juggernaut, good age. Tho leaves resemble those animals with which we are acquainted,

I 'Dubaqno with tools or weapons; as ha but tho inclosure contains temples and of a willow; the flowers are small and the phosphorescent,light Is useful only
jlnew. his cell was daily ransacked.ami a poor African woman, yon white and in cluster as
: Idols dedicated to dozens of the other grow grapesdo inns search for the
'.o Informed: tliem. So tho ouUIdotolximo tho who In July, 1853, found in the Hindoo deitpaAll ( and the fruit Is greenish, whitish, in guiding one sex ,
the
and this is cast
other probably
evolved and sot in of Bagagem, Brazil, the Star of violet and black in color and ,
'was, execution. of tho idols are monstrous In design even gen with deep-sea fish as well as with
-a pure white gem of 254 oval in It is
and frightful looking in erally shape. producedIn
,-h sheriff/ !. becamo. vaguely 1m- All tho great diamonds have allpellr- terrestrial creatures.
that old: olive
ance. That to Krishna: (another name great profusion, so an
:protftgd;! w'illi a sense of danger. He historic connected with becomes valuable The method by which the sole
to its
tree
J for Juggernaut) is painted blue and very '
itMlwod to take Dubuquo to the J.enl- still Tho Kohlnoor was Iho cause has a face hideous in theextreme.. owner. Olive oil is much used u anti searches for food it peculiar. lit

;' 4.tcntlAry to await the high Court's findin for thousands of years According to Hindoo legend Krishna: article of food in the countries in taps the sandy bottom with his, head,

;. '1'(IQ' _dlll'not even toll l its deputies nnhoard-of cruelties, was killed by a hunter. Ill bones which it Is produced, and to a smaller guided apparently by scent only;

< or turnto ., He would start tho next came as the, death of many princes. extent in oilier countries. Pickled when the tactile filament find some
were found under tree and brought
afternoon at 2 o'cfock. When Du- jail. anecdote part of the story olives aro much liked by most thing edible ho immediately seizes II
before King In rlldyumna, who was very
buquo/a pretty wlfo camo lo, see him 3'I' famous Saucy Diamond,''which directed by one of the god to form an people, thong to many they are dla- "with a vigorous and sudden snap of

.n,. the,day,before the. proposed alai br the Baron of\ Saucy to Image of Jaganath (perhaps agreeable! at tint. the lower half of the jaws, where the I
tol Jogger-
;'tor the State prison the Sheriff, who Henry IV. I Among tho Greeks the olive was teeth are situated, bnt never snaps at
"I iiuut;;: S" John W. Wright's "Idol
;,; os kindly 1 and felt tome degree! of gem was entrusted to servant. Worshippers of India," page 355)and sacred to Minerva, the goddess of anything not first localized by his feel .1.1era.

I 'Sympathy, for the faithful creature, he ? were dangerous then in France, place Kibbna's bones insldo.Visvakarma wisdom; it was also the emblem of He eats marine worms, shrimps

Asked her'whether she meant. to .visit to messenger was assassinated by a divine architect and puiity. A crown of olive twigs was awl very small shellfish..

(Dubuque tiie next day. '. It was only after a long; sculptor, undertook to make the Im- the highest honor that could be be* Hats for Western Cowboys.,

.h J,, UO;rtaluly '' the said. the mnrder wi discovered stowed upon'' "a Greek citizen. An
Inner age, but, being hurried by the king, Arthur C. Wheeler at his factory ia
v'Tlio.officer:\ reflootod.a moment while condolences on limo iubjcc'tVe o ollvo branch. was also the symbol of
off u ii So I
Tho left s anger. Jaganoth was Norwalk, Conn., Is filling an order for ,
tho girl1.watohod him.; She knew Into tho to the baron vu .tho loss of )left without hands or feet. In compensation peace, and the vanquished who' came I some unique and picturesque looking

Instant some move was afoot. At (Jewel l'tbe baron replied: Brahma gave the image to beg for peace bore bllvo branchesIn straw hats for Mexican gre....ers and
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last he told aro very much'In error, g:nl1e- their hands
and ). It bo
son by
a seen
tug eyes may cowboys. Time hats are of white strair. .
-'O'" mc:.as early as 11.45 -and take4lnaor.wtth ..... since the, body of my servant: this legend that'it was oilglnally on 1 he American olive is remarkable The crown of them is seven inches

., Joe., I'm. going to give open outer recovered, 1 know where to account of the saintly bones within It for tho ,hardness of its wood. It i high and tapers to a conlca\ point likea

:ililm: A, good dinner tomorrow." stant diamond." .In fact when tho that tho Image was venerated found as far north as Viiglnlo. Its lady's thimble. Tbo flat ;brim is six

.1 i. Vory well, I'll come," said tho sure was dl-Inlerrcd the diamond.was Besides Krishna or Juggernaut, two fruit is fit for mo and its .- arfragrant inches wide and around, the upper
and wont in to Dubuquo and it had been swallowed by the Detroit Free Preis.
girl, [ :: ; others of the idols aro provided with [ edge is sewed a silver braid that is aaInrhiu
straightway told him tho whole cou- secure it.-[Washington Star. .
immense cars or chariots.. The Car width. The ban') k :a heavy

I VMsallou. clolc of Juggernaut is thought to be the The Capital of Costa Blea eord interwoven with, threads of silver'
Good Deeds. Tho capital of Costa Rica San"Jose
Wants to be hero to din. | ,
you largest wheeled vehicle that has it
; the yet and ou the left side of tho er \Vn' a
: Chauncey M.- Dopow, so ii situated between the rivers Aguilarand
te1rs' 'said' Dubuque reflectively."You ,
been mu1eln the world. It is 31 1-2 large many-hucd star of metal and
ces .goshlpcrs tell, gives every year Torres,with an altitude of 4,600
at :3 I In tho after
como
generally Iu feet square at the base and 45 1-2 feet glass. The hats weigh over a pound
uon.n or fuor'lle' College scholar feet, which, with its latitude, insures
Iu height iriounted on 16 wheels, each apiece and will be sold at retail for $t
T4enro: laical knitted his brows who to deserving young mon whom an equable, agreeable temperature the
6 I-} feet In diameter. Onto each
and :thought hard whllo tho girl"Tlio He ( \ to inert or hoar ,bout. year round. The streets aro laid with and $5 ellch.Mexlcan.nd.
year, at the great annual March festival Western come
ncated. Vanderbilt does many: great regularity; and the hout-es have cowboys
"said Juggernaut, mounted on tho apex to Connecticut for of their -
sheriff I Is onto something, thll'J : deeds so unosten-- all thoM com;orte and conveniences of many peculiar

Dubuquc at hut, "and U going to his \ ; and secretly thai of his stately car, is taken to a house civilized countries which are so set. trappings.' No: long ago Hopkins -

-nuko mo.suf somewhere. Lot molock'at with hoar: about them. Dr. Grecr' about one and a half miles in the ooun- dom fonud iu Central American k Alter, the pistol makers of Nor

he the iry, where a female image supposedto wich received a special order for
minute
this paper on I faithful lieutenant and make* it cities. An abundance of water permits ,
I'letid1p one o'( tha several withwhich I Io find out tho pressing be waiting to become hs! bride. a dally flushing of sewer, which ome' heavy long-range cowboy / -
h't The removal of tho chariot. from the
bar
', his cell was furnished. of tho deserving poor. Every h required by law The people are volvers. The weapons bad long

""That's. it,", ho said after a mo. rods Mr. Vuadcrbllt aends the merry shrine to the country house being a indebted to ho Spanish priests for rcls, were of 6C-calibre, were mounted

:!meut' 'reading, "llu'i planning totatolue way jester, Marshall P. Wilder, a procceedlng holy lu the extreme, 110 their system of water 'Wo:ks, which in gold and silver and cost from $50

to \ho Ton Tho train stalls way check to ply him for the en- animals are used for drawing: the is extremely simple, yet Just tho thing to $75 apiece. It was intended that

,a' t p. 1"i lug ho Las given In the lodg- chariot. men, women and children appropriate to the country. A few they should be able to bore a boilthrough
the permitted to perform such
c being
only
IUiluk80. toosaid the girl. of-the poor. Few know miles up stream a sufficient amount of : a man mile away.NeeYork

*" )1(0"<<.wual ,I"mVO do? Shull I notify Mr. Vanderbilt pays the plixr righteous trrvices. water: Is diverted into a masonry Sur:. .
ho On this occasion either five or seven
; Matches and the men?" inspires the fun. Then, every aqueduct which leads to the highest A Land of Eternal Earthquakes.
are attached to the front of the
"'Xo.H sold Dubuque. "I have never knows of the grand scheme Mr. ropes point of the city, from where by At Auilqua or old Guatemala, are
: middle been
the one having
.attempted &I\t tMng so far and just lot !. 1tt has on foot to etect nn im car, smaller ducts, it is distributed every the ruins of the old capital, destroyed
twisted from hair cat from the heads
the boys'wurk; but I've been thinking bulldli-g for the benefit of the house. The ovo:flow arrangement. long ago by earthquake. here yon
devotees. It
of female was a long
:.alUhotlmoand I'vogot a plan I bo- man somewhat like tho one described a wooden float which when pushed up find the most equable climate in the
cherished belief in Christian countries
llcve will work. I know a way out l Besant as "The People's by excess of water allows the surplusto world, the temperature almost never
sacrificed them
that pilgrims
of tils jail,and a place to hide within ."-[New York I1cral1'0 {!. many pass off through waste pipes to the varylug. Here, too, the earth keepsup
selves these gralla days by falling
noon
fitly yards of It. That is, I think I end before thecar; and allowing the sewer With nothing but Ignorant a continual quaking, and scarcelyan

do; It won't cost much to test it any.bow. the \ Can't Be Old but One ." prone their native labor, mud bricks and sun hour parses but a slight shock Is
wheels to
over
pondrous pass
." Ho very old people were talking burned pipe, great credit Is due thee felt. The ancient ruins' show alp of

Ills {'ian* wore very e"nlte and wore day about the delights of old ago. bodies.It is.probable that the accounts of old priests for their admirablyadaptedwaterways. I past grandeur and are the rema'ns of

to bo acted upon at once. That afternoon use ," said one, "wo got the best of these self sacrificeshave been too .-[New York Times. the buildings and dwellings of wealthypeople.

alto made second vl.lt to Du him At our house all the highly colored, and that the great 1 ss [ U Is said that the country

bvqae and gave Win a thin cloth cap 'relt bits of steak, the nicest mor- life such occasions when Remembering the Unfortunate. round the old capital has been grrado-
of
w""oubeing detected and also around the pieces of upon Mother-Well, Johnny did you dispose .
| of chicken, largest : thousands of frantic devotees are coi a.ly sinking, inch by Inch. for ages,
tar of India rubber about a [ saved out for me." "Yes," I from of the ten pennies 1 gave you forcharity bnt this docs not prevent it from being
ploy gated together, conies more .
] foot long and an inch and a half In i the other a"at our louse I have CI iJohuuy occupied
.
[ ha I accident than flout desire to start for -Yes, ma. I gave two pennies
diameter. comfortable room la the The Guatemalan's propensity for
ed heaveD from directly underneath the to a boy who had no
CJI could knock a cow down with the easiest chair, and the warm parents, gambling is something wonderful: /and
wheels of the holy c:,.-[Su Louis lo with
three a buy only ono leg and
*! up at the carried swell
[that old Dubuque, and never flreplace. "And every games on In the
Republic.It the other five to Joue
-I(leave: mark Il's boiler than faud- I I looks"' at UI kindly and re'peci-, Tommy *. clubs you see fortunes change hands

elf" ," "To bo sure. But, |A, John, is estimated that too 200,000 Mother-To Tummy Jonesl I Why ia an evening. The favorite garnet
Tho gM\ \ also proff-red him a rhtot. : Jersey lie has parents and books and clothes
Jait I to ihlnk-" "What, bushels of cranberries whichNew KM "para pinto," played with dice,

,K1t1 them, Joe, if they ,try to slop puo "\Ve can't be. old but once'I" will send to market :will realize to and everything be needs. and the great American game *fpoker.

I you," and her oJ'ea lighted. with autltl. I ... York &* the farmers a round million of dollars. Johnny Yes, bat Ua cau't wLUUa,. .-[Suu Frauelscbo Cro""

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TVten FLORIDA'S! BUDGET they protested against the recent advance peculiar r

pin disease I he esamidewlttsayformofblond certainly appreciates tree .JIIII...- .ta interstate rates oq orange, sd la the cncc to Dr.;, PIerce -. Gold (
I' BQway cot t tgree now that thy. I& ebon d beremvtnbrred.. howerer, that other strawberry shippers ask for lower A good rule for following Is never to !

'a if titt rape d lima.of the steam locomotive. amaorry traeerrapathy tor yon does," bat not the roDsInt sympathy In saying malt, be"1 Of Newsy Notes and 'Pointed rate strawberries.. 1 he Florida commission herd unreal foe*. There are always Medical, Discovery: ill,, tBaV "

is* been about reached. shown. In a material w.,.. Either set or reoommendaremedf is also Infoined that uno her enough enemies at one's elbow without unlike sarsaparillas and ,othcf i' '

Ofte police court la New York 1m< three trne.vmmthr.Vhen tIIa"the'will fair Skin......Is Thin dlsflip U Paragraphs.A complaint has been made direct by certain reaching forward to grasp those Teseived blood medicines which f' i

C34pod Mar* dp eel of ISO cases-to. average nrril hy blotch and.the complexion' btemtab- straw,tt1 shippers. In consideration for the future. When men bid you beware bite

' tf a minute and a half to each'I.ue. ed ly pimples\lDleldlqlorM, foils and of the great saving in labor and expense take DO foolhardy risks, but plumb said to be good for the J; i,

"A union rurlarrelwi break ont on lb.perron, when the reward of $160 is offered for tbe to parties interested I he ('()tnml.- the depths f, and no tyro's in March : and th
passenger depot will be bloou Impurities Impair the diRMtlre' fn net leita, apprehension of Lewis who yonrre accept April May, $
meted I la. St. Louis it \M when he urinary organs how sins or decay,: Jenkins sloncrs, a few days ago requested the interstate word for undertow and tides. Those M ,
cost, murdered December -
when the longs weak and tbe whole W S. Dliteo at Baldwin Discovery works'tJaUJ
grow sretero ,
ta tt,000,000 tad will be. one of the largest feels achy and feeble, when tile arvoiit* 8 commerce commission to appoint who cling to span never learn to swim ,
era fa the world. fal.. when n to enema a burden sad rsAteao 1890. an investigation of these several matters and It ia < DIy by striking cut (caries-ly well all tht year ,vun4 and( ;

muff box palatal then will It be tree. sympathy to recommend > A party of forty nettles and projectorswill : to be held in Jacksonville. Advices have one ever catches the secret of kcep'ig; : in all of blood-taint of'
A containing three gold to the sufferer a OM or Or. Jobs cases
leave Bayard, 0., for Florida on been the head above water. Illuttrattd Amerloan
recetvtd them -
Ball's informing that unless
f! unearthed in Sanaparllla, for fast no sure as d.jr.
was the excavation matter ;
rings their
er> I light: followsdarknese will this remedy rid February 10. The party will be In something now unforeseen occurs to render humors no what
for an annex to.the Kites works at Hamflton him of his afflictions nod rrtore him pound.. charge of Mr n. II. Aultfsthcr Over the __ i m ,_ .
it impracticable the interstate com nature.
'rJkmuj ObisEdward recast enloyabls betltb.-Afonc/iCTttr N.... I In ancient town ( name or }
Eat Tennessee route. coerce commission will proceed to Jack Tepe-Kcrmcne, an D '

Parson Westoa, the< once James Gordon Brnnrtt la tlie most sper It is reported from an au'horitatlre sonvillo for the of taking testimony i the Crime, a platina coin has been found It's the clue/,st blood-! '
famous pedestrian fa 61 of but driver of a fonrin-hand In the world.Lxcra purpose bearing the image of Antlochui of Syria t
yean age naval source that tbe "white squadron"will and making an investigation. II I :
sold
who died B. 0164. The coin Is the purifier through drug .
mile
walk of
be regard a fifty little. 1mportaoo8 aeedlaf a tome or chJUren was spend the months of February and rvpo.ted. Ftk
rail want kvUdlac up,fhoold take Dro..'. Iron only one of its kind known to exist, and gists.
< IUe... It .. I>leaaaattoto4eonree Malaria, March in Tampa bay. It will be a big "0... Market." '
w., During the lint twenty-ait railroad ,IndlveetioaJiUlouinees and U.Jomplala' thin for aod all Florida for this reason Its value is inestimable. '
year saakestksfcloo! : Tampa i The Orange and Vegt table Auction Whyt Because it's sold l
flab aati aara.ntlnols
''Da with 8,000 mile of truck hare Recent news was received at the I company some time ago predicted that Ratified' ] ie Iks B.... & and K

'ei become &insolvent; mortgages. were fore. .t.telq ka,the the Union.I treatest. railroad 'mU....of state prison headquarters that thirty. unless the growers ceased snipping, there All art entitled to the best that their money on a peculiar / *, you .

cloud on twenty-tour. any three convicts aid held Idle In the barracks would be a glut in all the centres, and it : only pay for the good yott"
will bay, family should have,at once,
A Pullman palace car recently passed think It a pity It any one who nffrs from of the tto camp in Pasco county for advito'1 *l of its customers oho could. so every

the from St LouU to New York, which w& a b'ood dlneaee will does make not them know sound that Dr.and Ball'sStreaparllla well. the,, lack of Ruarda. Work ia seriously possibly do so to I old balk their fruit. I a bottle of Us best family remedy, Syrup of get.Can

chartered especially for the. transporta- It cured me after I thought my case Incurable. retarded ia conccqueo.ee. sufficient number of the grower did Tics, to cleanse the system when costive you ask mole ?l

car... 'doa vt too valuable dogs. -& X, Tftomaa. ffortnUt, Fa. The Orange Belt railway has recently not he-d this advice, and the glut came bilious rw sale la Mo and $1.00 ,bottles by M Golden Medical Disco 1 '

la 1706 a stage coach went from Yorkto Bancroft the historian, was at one time added a west coast accommodation train as predicted and has, owing continued all leading. dnnglsta. >( J

ii Loud n, England, 'in four days. In minister to Germany._ to its regular complement making the heavy shipments and unfavorable wcathrr Motto of the bald-headed man-There (Is always try is a concentratedvep". '.. 0,1. .

1890 a railroad makes the Journey in five STATS or OBIO,Crrr Totaoo,I run from Tarpon Springs to 8t' Petersburg at the North, been the most disastrousever room at the top. i table extract, put 'up in, larg i .: '+t
koura. and forty-two minute LVOAS l uirtr, f"1 in the morniug, and returning In occurring at this season of the year. i
. Fauna CHSHur makes oath that ..I. f Asrr Dense*are broken dun rr.. erer. bottles'contains no alcoh :
The sdvices received the olt
The fashion for me to wear wedding the senior pat tar or the Arm of k. i. CH CKTde the evening. This is a great Improvement by company Verb sr kesueaoM.... Brown's Iron BIU ,; I
itegs t.I greatly on the Increase in Bog- COH does baluM la the U ty of Taiedo in transportation .service eoabllojtpuseDgen show that the lowest prices have been I errs rebnlkle too system, ai.ls dls'Mtloa. reHoveeezoeKf to inebriate, no syrup of, t ::
0a (011 lit, aDd"tale aforesaid,and that said Urn and reached and from the market I of bile, sal ours malaria.; A t'
to to now on "
,,bad Heretofore the English hare pro. will pay the suai of One Unndre i Dollar fore.cb run over Tampa splenilM: tuoio for _a.. sad ebndr a. sugar to derange digestion! i:
_tested to consider It affectation.Mr. an.1 ererr raae of C"T".." that cannot back the same day. will improve. From the first of F bru.
an I be cured by the. be of II"LL'.lIATARa"l1TRL Owing to tbe ,but down at ary good fruit will bring fancy prices Edward Everett the rrr al orator and is pleasant to the taste, and t.. t. '
l'd -
Gladstone does not smoke, and taunt J. cnsnir. patriot.died January >5tb.l! 6.
, Flora but those who can hold later will be well .
Sworn before me and .utaaorlhed in rarpraeaoe factory belonging<< to the South equally good for adults oil i ;
iUUkea tobacco In every form He has thla eth day o1.Decemmbb.D.,1Rr Gas and Electric Light at paid for doing DO. Yet, while this company It ta CI'IIe' to n..K'ot symptoms .f worm In I
,
a profound contempt for ems t attire and company always advises the aa to the a uhlld. ManretMrsorrpilrptlo AU ran H children it : .
{--J Orlando, some weeks ego, and the poor grower traced to t. "
this do when
source you duty
a profound dislike for new clothes. NnI I'\&bIfI. market, just as tt believes it to be, it Is your f ;
tU'f quality of gas furnished for some time you gin It Dr.: Hull's Worm 1Iaetl'O,. .. It The "Discovery cures t
The shows the Catarrh Cnrr la taken mien ally and fair tbd the will the child.
not to An
Japanese census population grower can
1 act. directly on the blood and mao" 'arfaoe previous, the city fathers have dec'aredthe presume
Skin and Scrofuloi 'i i .1{
of the Sunrise be 40 realist for his fruit thr Scalp 1.1 :
J Kingdowa 10 ,- of the s>stem. Head tor tettlmonlalsjfree. contract forfeited, and tho finance more ugh any FranoU Scott He of the Atar ,

078,08i. with an excess of males over F. J. Cn& rr A Co. Toledo, 0. committee) has been instructed to makea other channel. "Home market" always sled Baser,died January tlth.1543.Da Ppun-: affections, as Eczema TctterJ ,:Y:, : "

females about four hundred thousund. Vf SeW by brujMlsls Ito new contract for lighting the streets. secures for its customers tho best IJoulilleprices. Yea Ever fI..I.'" Salt-rheum, Fever-soreSIWhitor;' ] "

I The Fishing society, of Denma'k, haY. 'lb. business activity of tho thriving _, Any pron MDdlni u. their name and nl. disease ',
l
offered reward for seal killed A. ETCTReady Ticket. drew will receive iDformatlon but will lead Swellings, Hip joint
lag a I
every gulf coast town, Clear Water Harbor, .
A VIOLENT STORM. to tortDD. H nJ. L.wl Co., M
tDrity '
Thousand Mite Books at S rents mile.
the extermination of these animals In per and kindred ailments !
Good to a Thousand Points. Thousand mile continues unabated. The alliance exchange HnlUlagKaiuaUUr.Uo. .; ': J ,L
Danish waters is only a question of time, took are now fold by the Cincinnati Hamilton baa built, and will in a short white I ;
& Uayton R. K. at the rate of$20.: and see Snow and Sleet Play Havoc in
The latest statistics that there into of the handsomest f
show
are cvptvd on all div,.ions of the C., II. A D. sad move one places, New York Is Your Child Sick. ;
11Sijf lepers' in Bengal, 13,044 in Mandras nfteen other roads, reaching a tboamndor a two-story building 28 by 70 feet, and a City.
aid 13,843 ia Bombay The lepers in more point The purchase of on. of these warehouse 23 by GO feet of one story. :Men 7 re d it patches from New York
;
books the not only
the native states are not included In theso cheap mileage riding but assures an ever-rrady passenger ticket. They 'I he upper story of tho main building will city sny The storm which set in at 11

totala.An. will be good for pomace between Cincinnati., contain a handsome Masonic ball, besides o'clock Sunday night and rontiued until G. S. S. NEVER WITHOUT IT. It ISperfectly : '
Indianapolis, Chicago tt. Louis,Toledo llQff .
eight for offices etc. Monday noon was the severest of thi '
organization& modeled after the Salamanca. Ft Wayne Peoria Ann Arbor rooms )
American Chautauqua Literal and Scientific CadlllHC ()Jicb.) and Innumerable other Considerable rout'no' bu>>'DHa was doneat lesson thus far. About I x inches of givesstrength About three years ago my UUU boy '! ,
point. The following made will accept them snow fell, and it was of a clinging kind tbre old was confined to his bed I r !
circle has been organized in Great between all stations:Buffalo&Bnntb wrstern, the recent F orida stale encampment years "
Britain un'dir the name of the National l hlc.ftoA Erle and N.Y.. I'. A O. Divisions of the Grand Army of the Republic, held that fi.stiocd Itsilf to everything it with what the doctors pronounced (Inflammatory h harmless, 'I
or the Erie R'y. Dayton& Union Dayton, Ft. t ucbcd trees until rheumatism In hie left leg.
; / the loading they were spowerful
Home at St. to condition j
union. Augustine pertaining health
Heading .
r Iva Flint & Pen )l tte.
rqn Ha of yet so '
thorn of their fell complained severe pulse all tbetime 1
or
French have discovered Ft. Wayne, Cincinnati & Louisville, Grand of the Grand Army in Florida, and branches ) pmsirstewith
surveyors Trunk httwren T)"tro t and liuffxlo IndianapolK discussed that will tend to their trunks snapped off us though and extending to kls nipa. 1 tried ,. ,
matters '
northwest of Suez the bed of an ancient l>c..tnr A Western Laki. Erie AVext- were they hud been mere and clinging ..reral remedies. bat they did him BO
twigs
', canal running for mil '8 in the direction crn. Louisville, New A bany A Chlcngo Terre further unite tho already fraternal feeling A neighbor whose little eon
Hanta A Peoria, lo!...lo. Ann Arbor and existing between the Union veterans to tho electric wires until they guru wo\ vigor I bad bean afflicted the same as to t
of the Ucd sea, which it seems to have Northern ldchl'ln.lI..lIn.. A Lake Erie under the and broke In all way
and their br there If tbe One of pressure
gray. recommended 8. B. 8. After taking
connected with tiie Mediterranean.The and Viinditlla Lme lor continuous uwge between '
Cinolnn.tl and Hu Louis.Ladles I tbe important mat'crs considered was the dlritttons,' or until the poles on w hit b to weak two bottles my (title boy was completely cleansothe r '
King of Samoa is determined that appointment of a committee consisting of they were strung, breaking under the cured, and has been walking .

Us subjects shall, be sober if not free. Post Commanders Dunne and Thompson enormous weight,. fell across the and one aad a quarter miles to school every system

Ibe following order Is his own proclsma-- write If troubled mI..describing with any case.Female Home Complaint treatment. and Chaplain 1'uine w th a view of elllAbILihlnlt streets and against houses, bl.cklnj! day alnc I keep 8.8. B. In my i'

lion and breach of which ia to be visited and quick at small' hook_ a soldiers' home in FloiiJit.R. all traQlc on the former and threatening delicate house al1 tee time, and would act M of all
Pertleulnrolby
heavy penult et: "No sp rituous, vinous, mull sealed. 100 P"M on death and destruction to the latter and without It a OaiiHiaa: ,
Female Dlwaxea ten rent Mrs. Dr. Mary A. B. Bee, Jacksonville, is tho possessor children. ,Ealtoa. aa. I Impurities.BOOKS
*r fermented liquors or intoxicating Brannon, IS Wtsblngton BU Atlanta Oa. vniualilu relics of the their inmates. At daylight MonJwj !
drinks whatever shall be sold, given or of some very morning the work of destruction h.d i
\YVsChlnree Headache Cure. Harm- Revolutionary war. '''bo articles a duel ON BLOOD AND SKIN DISBASRl .....
bartered l
offered
be
to bought or hI any commenced and it continued until the
,his In (fleet, quick rand positive In action. of which is :
native Samoan or Pac: Llandor resident: fn receipt of Jl Ir cottaAiehiLC'u.t bearing on thc.butt a plate snow fill ceased at noon, whm! wrecks ol THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta. Co.
la Samoa." : \ )". I. .t"K.D..Olt.Mo the iuitiitU> "J.'W.'O.:; a three-: tit-csund telegrupepelt were tote foundon I 4 pr

Farm .and Ranches edged sword, hollow ground, with'a silver street while irregular festoon -
,
T'mbrr. every
An Idea For Boys. In Missouri Kansan, TV:*us and ...rkan..... hilt Kiid rpoise' leututr scabbard, of wire were bangii, on every !bund and DR. SCHENCK'SSEAW
I ouLU and sold. Tyler A Co..Kansas Oity.Mo. and a royal palm cane, having a held of "German t r
detuhed lengths were strung on ever
:what makes a boy popular Manliness, OklabomaGaldeti.btadM.paentaaywhn5 cat vtd buck born. 'I''hey were tbo propertyof .Id wl&lk. No such work of devastationhas } K3>P E
en receipt of 4ucU.Ty A OoKana'taly.Ito. General Gudsen nu tfiiccr on the st tl
Ueztkiah the
II y* Butterwortb. During I ecu known since the great blizzardof
war how fthoola and coll*'ges fo lows dpop'ar --=0 of Washington.! 'J be articles have been Man h, 1880, and it is a queMion ili ,
banded down until now they are the l
boys Th. se young leaders were i hit memorable storm was more seriou Syrup"For
the *whoso hearts could be property of Mr. Bee, who is a descendant I, Pelfth.Cue
manly iioys ChildrenEnjoy in its effects upon telejtnph |Poles and a 'e
trusted. The1 boy who respects his c of General O" aen. wires of the city.: Early: In tbe morning DVSPEPSLA'1y

mother leadership in him. Tile boy Very rich deposits of phosphate of all telegraphic and telephonic canoe ctlou* children a mediA .

'who ia careful of his slater is a knight. 4 AhYA7 kinds and grades exist in Bradford coun- "era bruki n and while Ibe snow old not Cough cine should be abso- Aie.11 1I1..aI'..lMraVIT "
will vilate his word It has hard and soft rock: In its i, -rt OrnIt M UkMrii**,
The
boy who never ty. offer a bar to railroad prank, the prostrate lutely reliable. .omkoraM*., *r. Htnglkmttg f"
and who will g pledge his honor It. soulhwe' -tern part from Worthington poles and fallen wires prevented running and Croup A'I' HwMol, MS M** k*
to his 'own h' art and change ,); Springs to Ft. White and tbo richest tare on many streets and even clr< mother must be able Ui.wlUi trot k.Mll(.all

act, will have the confidence if deposits of bone, pul.b e and soft phosphate v.ted railroad trains were competed to Medicine her her faith to it as to all roo.lol. rrt<-.,-.to..IUI1.ll.ulp..bolUfc Dr.p.aa.1/.abab1rlWfree.. to

his fellows. The boy who defends the along( the New river, with good move cautiously, and were often brought Bible. It must mm..Buuk M Li.(* LI'M....1__.. tress
< .Of.I.tCMINCK a SOX.PallodalrMJAii.'' .
weak will one day become hero among tr.nspor ation facilities and easy to mine. to a stop by wires list I had fallen across contain nothing violent uncertain

the strong./ The boy who will never SCOTT'S Every little creek runulng into the New the tracks. Tbe police and ttro departments or dangerous. It must be standardIn .
BORE WELLS I
It
hart the feelings of any one will one day river is full of pebble and bone phosphate, were e-potUl tuffs:reri. All wire material and manufacture. It .J MONEY

fled himself in the atmosphere of universal and the adjacent lands are ,full of soft connections between the various pollie must be plain and eimple to admin OarW
sympathy "I know not," once phosphate! running! up in quality' to 8.1 ttat,oos and I bo central office were broken ister and to take. ;..UA JL..u. '.rA.wee' M-1n4" .
pleasant .
Mid the gieat Governor Andre*, "wh.t EMULSION per cent. Coprolita or petrified dung and recourse w.s had to messengers.Tbe ; easy aWCKESTVR Th.F r N: *1.I""" .

record of sin may await me in another mixed with bone Jn beds to ten feet deep same me y be said of the telegraph, I. The child must like it It must be MIM W VAIL M l .)k*A tfluMMhLOOUIS > :iM.ifaukM '. '
in action immediate
world: {'but this I do know I never yet break through the surface. telephone and electrical Hybt\ companies( prompt giving & lUlU Oat,IOau. ,

despised a man because be was 'poor, because of pure Cei| Llv.r 011 with Hype A new compl cation with regard to the all of which had ihelr full effective force relief, as ,childrens troubles FRtat e t

he wul ignorant, or because be was phosphites of Lime and Soda Is poll tax: prerequisite has arisen in San. engaged,l all day. Many quarters of the come quick, grow fast, and end Tlf"". OHIO. i

." Shall I tell you how to become almost Children as enjoy palatable) It rather as than milk. ford. The lax books for 1800\ were opened city were wrapped" in Cimmerian darkness : fatally or otherwise in a very abort AGGYNNEES'OS"T"f"'Y

a popular boy I will Be too manly otherwise. A MARVELLOUS FLESH October 1, 1S90. but taxes ca-mot bet col.. Mond\ ly evening, but for the fortu- time. It must not only relieve quick SJ. 1Boll.

mod generous and unselfish to seek to bepopul PRODUCER It Is Indeed, and the letted !by injunction till after February,. sate circumstance that the moon is nearly but bring them around quick, as Ad.Ytcl Neg..wra .1 ArkwM ., t
T; be the soul of honor and love Jlttle lads and lassies. who take cold 1891. '1 ho law requires the payment of full and supplies, in part, the lack of children chafe and fret and spoil rli" It'. "r.-Is Ian -.. .t tne

41tloen better than yourself, and people ssslly cough, that mar might bs fortified prove serious aualnat, by a poll tax for two fears p ovious aa a prerequisite electric lights, none of which were their constitutions under long con- II. 0 .f.Y 1r..61.wi'M taw.r..a T

will give you' their hearts an i delight to taking Scott's Emulsion after their I t., voting at any general, specialor working In any portion of the t ity ex' finement. It must do its work in
wake you happy. That ia what makes a meals' during the wlnt.r season.Jimrarv .. municipal election.! I he Sanford election cepting In tome sections in the Harlem S"iiliH; g

toy popular.-Ifome Journal .f tt&UUuttm*mud Imltatlfnt. being held in 1801, the quo,tion is. district. The Western Union Is badly moderate doses. A large quantity t

must the poll tax for 181)0\ be paid before crippled by the storm, all the wires being or medicine in a child is not desira E'
.
-- I aN tIDY
A Nice, Quiet City. voting Opinion from a legal; source is. down, but three, those being on the ble. It must'not interfere with the doris pnwgM I&lf a .. ta.f1.iia. ., -sare..rt. q'/

-- that the tax is c rtaiuly not due till February western circuit connecting Albany child's'spirits, appetite or general re k .Ass, .iwtk.er.itlufp't .

First Dnimmer'-The new clock in the -VASELINE- 1, and perhaps DOt-till October! 1, Rochester, Buffalo and Chicniro. Detail health These things suit old as t M kw.ra II.riuv: D.
_... ..
public building in Philadelphia will run and that no one can be prevented from of'the great storm are difficult to oltain, well as young folks, and make Bo- .r/wyga 'V. ..... 11I1. itg.. O lea r..

a whole year a ithout stopping./ ... voting for nou-paymeut of a tax which U so many of the wires being down. schee's German Syrup the favorite ill/eiNlea ...,. .. II .. ;
Second Drummer-You don't mean i von A o!R E.DOI.LA a nii.i. iM ay...sue at\: .. IN".t, .1 LarOIM. -
we wra.11.vfra.aW hrMl Maeyp. rIM not due. lar\Iollo
runt ou mean go. Nothing tuna inrhiladeip I Val t slats aU of U*foUnwUc wttok*,_ or.. I-atefel............. family medicine._
Jewelers' Circular. rally packe i Col. 8. B. who died recently FATAL COLLISION, .a*...**** .au-y....*, ;
*
...... TUomjwon
O-Iw'eeo.home>f Pure T .11.4 H OIlE 1'wauwlp AriUiiaMM, tatur.........!._ TAY MN '..00. addblksptsta i I
OM,_.i' .......of v_' Fix Lake of Florida's ,
c *** IS at lhy111 01 e ......... koAO.. (!in.
ITiTCBE produces the light given by Opt Oocjv, .of.er Ta TM.It.U..Cold e Cui.rnmi.IwrlM., .. ..; .. .. u M*- earliest settler. tie was boru ill Ib-nu- In Which two Soldiers and Many ..vaat'e C./l rasa cue 41 lira M. Atoaa un_ II.ins(. A. N.. 0.......................?/!.., ."..

.the firefly! at about one four-hundredth OM Cak*.at TM |>M K>.p, Momtx., ,10"OM neyV.. Vs., on November 2Uth, 1813 i Horses are Killed. -
.
':'' ipart of the cost of the every: expended| ..Cat Iwo..r( f TM.IIM,i v--ii t Soap i-l VTHIi xqvMtirly TMilliii WMUOi, M* lie\ served lu the Beininule war as colonel, A Kan. UUi.atch Par- -
Topck ,
11&|( Ibe candle flume, and at an liieignlti- and at its close moved to iiiddlrtturgb, oculars ill collision between aajrs ECHA ,

cant fraction of the cost -electric light, Or-p. ...__asp a..yls.M/di ef ka pro.pw.A .. .'I&., which place be founded. lie turrit and a a special bearing truo'IMllaeDge"tr.lq ( a Ir-tm
ecmlumlc..lliht! devisod.rnV'toppMl OM.e e.swMM pan..d.d,.w.M Awwpwrd s'Jill
yet mercantile
er the mos: 'U on there he Urgent IHUK '
_
""ft I v- Pine HUge, which occurred I Tunda1'n.
._... ___ _. '
.4W u..a wtUM in Florid until the lute w.r when
ness ,
free br Da.-Kuss's Gilt.ATVEUTB ....,.,_ MtoMo MUo*Me MMe yea WMilfc. -1 ...in on the Union Pacific railway at PILLS
: t.rvwrlowrarrN.: Trn.ties and & daf'. Lb.'br..b fca.
.Vl) ..... I ir. Klin.m An'h Nt.P tt Ia.. Pu itl7l 01'EISI01 BID all Mudiaon his pcsatssious.and from. lie thence afterward to Columbia movedto have been received: Leie. ..The WORTH! A GUINEA A :BOX. **!

PENSIONS special waa carry in; shout 400 IOLlI'n.part ,
Cause ofRheumatism (rlfscd=:: : county, early in the y-ar 1800, where be of the Seventh caralrao<] battery For BILIOUS & NERVOUS DISORDERS SACK

0.4.. I .woad an carried on l.rge/ funning interests. He t 1 light artillery.: b.u .d fur Fort Itily. 0 i11n
..int. wuni acrna.SHQBTHflND.ip.I::."!.l -1: moved to Lake City iu 1872, and in connection the train consisted of ai-rea passenger Sick Headache, Weak Stomach, Impaired ,
with A.. B. Hart tatab-
dipt.
and twenty-four freight: cars foaled with
caltodiMUe YOU WAIT lobed the immense sa* and ginning hones ana several pieces of artillery and Digestion, Constipation, Disordered Liver, eta,
acid.ak*..-la tour aWl: aa4 chter.
A.
MIIII. II tolled .kTP.>r.....take laecaaMOkramMlm. to ...t. wo 4'". ._w"i...;'sb.rt..ad LEARN Mood M mill succesoutly run by be them! for so smmuoltloa, hauled by two large eogloea. ACTING LIKE MAGIC on the vital organs, strengthening the
Jn-i-nilr"-i (a* bloat K atk be -..e.-' ....1&-.aowa.s.aibty Af,I... many Jean Personally, was a loanboth Three engines aDd several cars .ra a comiletewreik. muscular and arousing rosebud of health
system,
a.aunebw. M..1 abr.W beloved sad revered.
...... sinus ttwMa la Ike Jotau. MIl eaoMsjnVhi tl.A.Lae.ti. Many of the auldirra were withlbshht Frame.Btteham'i .
.
aala* What to ..d.l I* a ......., I* FlerUa ..el...... seriously! and at least( two fatally, lo. The whole physical Energy 1

...-. ..Ibe add... to M......... Ike Udn./ Florida 1tIe.... to exert fascination on jur d. Tb dead 10 lar as can tw aecer- Pills, taken at directed,. will RESTORE
w revs tIaM ell wear.W lie c.rvlM elL w._ UMan4WbJIb'lI&blta1lUra4 all become her votaries lUAUS to coaifftti bealth.SOLD .
U:::: who once Mr. veined, err, Sergeant rrborti-at' buttrryE
.----.III o4'. nafi.,.rill. caw ta
aoa
b lUtbboue's BY ALL DRUGGISTS./
nwa..uri.S.. IS Bt. Oeorgrt jcoofeMiuns in artillery; Private Hell, tr 101' a, Berrahiarairy. -
....-' kkMcandoUMnaCW APasla.ua.vdk>e lui>4 Wblicball Outing for January a case In point. Among *tb. wour.ded Price. 25 cents per Box.

earn 7.u.Hood's CtM'WiM; : i.xiMf taut.IOO.. "i was," be aay, "but one of the army ajiUbi Oudfrey, troop 1), Seventh cavalry """* nt,b7 DOL J1CUJf: 11. Kalnt, Lu..lb.,Pagtasl.L n

,- Sarsaoarllln %_ .M VAie.A ,.'..,"$**MB* ..... 1_'". sew migrants when first my pilgrim sups nod ten 'nli( le4 meo.: The conductor ... /L .sir C vt. ..,.Ir-.fe.. ('....... "",. wcede&leyC.a.aa. EuSrJ.ra ;
wended Floridawsrd in its .wepar'drwre/M e.'-.keep t raw.J'"4 _II Mtw'.... _.Is.w
ass iii.> n<|Ma, HjaUforn rrepared ealy '-- -'-- -- seeking to lit the military train Is bed re- Y.wN..

..0.&.JWUO a oil Atwu.urd, f.wedl.M.ao& ILlIw"'U'IIt1r..IO. _MMark*_u> anvw'tH.. .-.LIM7satkKwA .. me unknown, but will vouched for, ip 'D.ibl>i f r the: a>rodent, aa be was yw.aypri..TlrlM.aMttw. a4pp.w' 1"rrr.age.
Do_ Dollar : LjaLua-iSaJUdu.LUU.lvi7 l.1'I. st-enery, its balmy air and endless varieties uooliig on the train's time. A nA 8ALM-n.- tile ioal
OO
| e* One express
of that divrnlon and .,All.,. t ei. awl lag.i.uad.., .... ,.A1ilIIb.
sports enjoyment Liege number of cavalry: horses: ,ere .a..p, k..t.... ........ .... _u. .... c.... -TAR '
which the frigid and boisterous killed. GrM ti'

North cannot after ( .
e e ylt-ld thanksgiving
O
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day boa set tbe seal to the close of even THE Jot A w /

Best Cough Medicine. Recommended by PbrsicUns, the Indian summer '(we. by degreti: WILL REFUND o

Cores where all else fails Pleasant and uereeabl* to the that its claims upon me evinced th m- Ulvra jlIlU .t oare tufted II r l\; 11t

taste. Children take it without objection. By drmiggiau. selves Yearly I came away with lingering The Deluded Exodusters to be .". ., G oalr..Mla AitOd.lw rklp as .rs... t o
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ELY Waste M.Y.
ua JMwgjaIIwlll. Woo
step sad slow, and ev.r M the season Reimbursed.A !
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e naswd my periods c.f sbaeaee short- Washington dirpaUh of Tuesday w.'ue'C LiRE .

.. raeuaad my periods of en joy meat length SITS: The Coniro Emigration companjsdvertbua iiA. Dltio 20ness." 1

-- -"' CtslUlrre ....... Rte Ceosi; D.auaas /iii' ends FIm" casual awd, lUnerantdsliier their willingness to return shemoney Sick Headache ,
with the lOren,"s I beeim for tickets Z. ,
4 --'tS ansd to the parties remitting '

'P ERW RO'1M 1tIsi .ta| worshiper, and Florida stow bolds tit Africa by their .e, a te. .Thepo t- n.tal'lc a nr..hlM,.. .4w.esotsJ. > Malaria.BILE .' .

yete5N.aaaa..clausal. r./'treat.t..AWr ..Wntw.d.swlW. unllipuU-d sway aa my winter's ,!u '- fc'.T...ay.a.. Dw..d. =/w.fIo4- 44d.r A.aa t aDd when the is obtained F. SMITH co., '1.
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" Indianola. -Mr. S. II. Ray and family, returned

from their trip Jacksonville and.elsewhere :x: ,:s ,hi UJ .I.
v"d We Are sorry to hear of the illness of on Wednesday 'Sam" looks ;t (W ""': S i hi CLOTH

Mrs. John Field. better than we have ever known him to :T
Miss Allle Martin has been on the nick look before, and all the family looked as HoI '-=a. lr.I tI3 gel5
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list for the past week. If they had been benefited by their trip. CD h G K
Work In going on Tory rapidly on S. J. It appears that the key to their residence : I 3i II = g- o a HATS SHOES

Field's house; a large force of hands are bad been left with )fro James Sanders a tII/ lG Hit..a. .

,at work and It will soon be completed. during their absence, but the custodian I Bgf .5* O Jp. JUST RJ'.tEIVEDAT

D*. Hill And wife also Mr. and Mrs of this open sesame was out of town'. i fll O 9s ;;

null, of New York, have arrived and when the family procession arrived"at. :2s: 0 en W = "'CI : -F !d TSIC: Z1 f
liavd taken rooms in the Klldreth cot his office, on their return. From the extreme C I G'a ..rE: F aa .fill 1eI11 .

tago until their house I* completed. dexterity Mr. Ray exhibited In w s: i D. : 3. .."I>> O r._ *,1 1y \
2 E: W eDM It
O'ir tillage is rapidly Improving and effecting an entrance through one of his p H a. g. ; ot:1: rr
bids fair to become a bcautlf nl little city windows'no one could have been blamedIf f M !. o :z 1t''Ii Q 0H Special Sales Every Monda

in the near future. All day long the, they had taken him for an expert- : f 2B C (U i [ [ iih },

sound of the hammer and saw can be I burglar. ____ ____-____ = : JtE '1J:1 -

heard., The mysterfoutt disappearance of Sammy Melbourne.Warm |: o: Ei | c Q sn-=::a. fi 0 nil : J. P. TURNER &. CO

Sanders canned an excitementIn :liS. : .
quite weather, almost equal to summer. rf ,
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that our he midst has,been but we found are. at glad last to and hear is s jil'si8 .: m H E. L. :ae.:: ..:O- -
Visitors are becoming more numerous.
home, Again. OIIHCRVKH.: The steamers are crowded every trip : fgisIM IJ 'g.P I mRP

with through passengers. I r i= :i1J Groceries Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilize!
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Sheriff Bowman stopped for a few P i" 3 po. y af4 I call,the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of
minutes, Monday night, summoning : O j f l+ CS-rooei'ieN f f
Fp Ac
jaW Staple niicy Fruit ]
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Cont.illltdjrom Page 1. jurors for the grand and petit juries for C .. .. '
next term at court. !: S' 0.1'ltg 0) And Food ProductsOf
-Mr. W. M. Davis. of New York, WAIl 11.ro. M g All Kinds Also :My Stock of. I
A very pleasant affair was the hop at .
in town Wednesday.lIon. e: '
the Riverside last Friday evening. The o =; I toI:) !5. Grain Hay Bran Cotton 'Seed Meal
G. S. Ifordee has assumed the CDS idBREVARD ,
Oxford was danced the 'tl1'lIt I c\))
presidency of the Drevard County State for. time f/ o Ground Food and Wheat.
Sank of Cocoa. herd Melbourne can bo.\8t of some fine I 'a .1 am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively the above llnerfl 1 1Guodll.
dancers who can "catch on" to any new I buy close, and will sell cloao. Invite your correspondence and solid) I
-Rev. G.V.. Vflnidckle, of Winter patronage. Very truly .
JAMES HOLMES, President your
dance in a hurry. The muslo was exceptionally COUNTY
Park gave our office a pleasant call 3D. L. :BRADY.j
I fine. Mrs. E. M. Campbell, ALBERT A. TAYLOR, pcretal'). ------
Wednesday.
of this place, and Mrs. Clark, of Chicago,
-Man'led, at the residence of Rev. kindly presided at the piano.La STATE BAM GEORGE M, ROBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM, -.

Jno. Foy, in this town, on Tuesday eve? Grippe has visited most of the INDIAN RIVER Attorney-at-Law. Attorney-at-Law.
Ding, Mr.; Jesse J. Tucker to Mrs. Rachel .
residents here and has been '
lately at
Revels. Rev. :Mr. Fey officiated. COCOA FLORIDA
Robbins & Graham
work in the colored settlement. Few ,
y -Mr. Wm. M. Currer and wife, and have escaped the plague, and some have 1- REAL ESTATE ,

Robt. M. Currer, of Chicago, wore now been quite ill. Like yellow fever, the CAPITAL:

or Ivnls in town Wednesday, and started colored people seemed exempt at first, PaM Up, $25,000.

down the,river the same dAY. only to be more severely attacked at Authorized, 100000. EXCHANGE Real Estate Dealers.

-J. P. Blake, the efficient town clerk, ask / ,

still continue terionsly 111.and confinedto Shipments of fruit have been discontinued Is Now OrEN and Equipped for
I Fully
his bed, but Is MIevcd by hie physi COCOA Indian River FLA ALL KINDS OF PROPERTY BOUGHT, SOLD, AND EXCn \GED.
until the arrival of the owners of. ,
clan, Dr. Wilson, to be slowly improving. the grove at Turkey oreek, who are expected I Banking in all its Benches. Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Company

-'Mr. Jno. T. McDowell, of the Tropical daily BUSINESS SOLICITED.Honey .

Hotel, Rorklcdge, was in. town Capt. J. Wilder and Mr. J. Bdscoe, of Property or All Kinds Bought, Sold and i Titusville R14 Yard Co. Florida. :
and buslncx ] to Loan on Approved Security ,
Tuesday, reports as being Valkaria, were in town Tuesday evening; .,.
very flourishing In the above locality.Mr. up in the Captain's new cat-rigged boat. DIRECTORS: Exchanged i P. O. Box, 250.

R. S. Cutchree and wild! U.' faOtltclirco She is a beauty, and as she started on ALBERT A. TATI-OH, President I- large We list Buy of and Sell All Kinds of neat Estate, and'are Sole Agents tof I* 1 v,
carefully-selected Properties in all parts of Brevard county.
and the Misses May and Alice tye return trip, close hauled, site fairly JAMES HOLMES, VicePresIdent.R. RELIABLE Information mulshed as to character'location and value of any Property
Cutcliree, of Chicago, arrived in town iloW B. HOLMES'Cashier. All Inquiries will\ be promptlyand on Indian River. .. \
Wednesday! nnd started for other points The Melbourne has had a good number 11 J. M. SAJfDEiw, J. F. WOOTKX. reliably answered. 11 Our facilities( for the transaction\ of a general Real F!tate business are unequalled
and effort ill be made to satisfaction
down river every give perfect to intending Purchaser
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of gucsU, lately from all points of who may favor us with! their }, tnJllalte.No .
-L. C. Oliver has been 'dangerously I the compass. I Properties listed unless the Title is Perfect. .

ill for the past week, with the grippe; On Wednesday eVtWMg: Mr. ftikt Sfru The Clyde Steamship Co. Priced Special Land attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring large bodies of Low"

hU c.-o having developed nheftmonlej Wilson will entertain a party1 ef friends Wrlto for Descriptive Catalogue.

symptoms Dr. Wills, who has charge of at the Melbourne hotel. ,- -
the ease, hopes; to report him" out of Mr. Hector's new store is now opened

.danger to-day.: Later, we hear,,,he i. ready for business/ and gets a fair share .
.pronounced out danger. of trado. EDWARD, STILING

-It was reported In TltusvllleJ; Monday Among the recent arrivals are Mrs. ,

; and Tuesday, that Mr. Will Sanders Clark and her daughter, Miss Ellis, of \ Cocoa Indian ::1
River Florida
the IOn of Mr. W. R. Sanders, county Chicago. They have rented the Thomas 5
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'assessor, wan dead. This report was cottage for the balance of the season. Dealer in I

afterwards contradicted, and last night Mr. IT* H,Powell\ was made happy by

ve received word that he was aUve, but the ,arrival Monday evening of his Paints Hardware Stoves T nware & Agateware ,
'In a critical condition.I mother, sister and son, from Chicago, to r ,

.-The Sweeney came along with abound remain-throaglr several months. PLUMBERS' & MILL SUPPLIES, OILS, GLASS & PUTTY, TABLEA 1
atch-up-tost-tlme The Ladles' Guild have concluded to POCKET CUTLERY:, BARBED WIRE, WIRE NETTING,
appearance NoW' York Charleston and Florida Lines.
yesterday. the had a very heavy load appropriate the uads r ". Tcd by them A WIRE CLOTH I

'of freight aboard, and was also obliged for repairing and repainting the rectory II.I.
.to leave three carloads behind at New and church. Painting the church has The magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed ; .,

usmytax Her- delay- was caused by get- begun. The chancel will be varnished to. sail as follows : m J.Ir ,

tong Aground on an oyster bank near and a lectern and desk: of Florida pine (.TAaaeanrtax.) b 'UJ.f ii
1''''_' T.-' added. From:New York: From Jackaoi 1fJ1o J
'P" ,,y.ru ..- '" (ller 20,K.U.) STEAMER Florida. i> 0
Mr. S. F. Gibbs has sold a tract of
-Mrs. W. II. Peck, of Cocoa, made a Friday. Dear.28th,at 3 r. r."CHEnoKxa.Thursday. Jan. 1st, at 8no A. M.Jan. I,
pineapple land on the east shore to Mr. Monday, llec.39tb. at 3 P. ......"8KM1NOLE.1': ........Bnnday 4th, at 10,00 A. M. o < sIOOR15
flying trip to Tltusvllle and return on Wednesday, IJeo.31st, see P. ..,....IKOQUOlS.*.........Tnea.lay., Jaw eth, at 12,00 Noon. q !
Wilson of The tract ad. n
She the ADVOCATE Lee Chicago. Friday, Jan. 3d, aC8 P. a....+HNl.1lJlN.Tbuntlay, Jan. 8th, at 1.JO 1'. *.
Tuesday. gave I a joins the property of Mr. Hine, of tbfe Monday, J.... 5th,at S P. N.: J.... Hth, at .,110 A. M. m .
pleasant call while In town and we were Wednesday, Jan. '7th,at 3 P. ......"CJnaOJuEt..Tu..day, Jan. 13th, at V 00 A. M' flI .
Inter-Ocean, Chicago, not far from Haggler's Friday. Jan. rata P. ...... EM1MLE.Thursday, Jan. 18th, at 8.00 A. M I
pleaded to note how well ahe looked. Monday. Jan. Wkly at 3 P. ..,....."lKugiTOia/.n..Hunday, Jan IHth, at 11,00 A. M' II
Haven. Wednesday, Jan. 14th,at 3 P. ......"AL..ONyUlN..r..Tu, Jan. 20th at U-00 Noon' --- .
has friends Indian -' i
Mrs. rack :
many on ......
The funeral of Mr. A. Boltoo, of Mala Friday, Jan. leihste P. .YEMAII8v.l1.Tbunday.J..2ltb.atl.30: p. *
River, who gladly welcome her whore- Monday, Jan. ma,at 3 P. Y..ICHER1)KEli7".Sunday.!' Jan. 25th, at 4 00 A. M* :: SASEr :BLcsrcS: BnxOK .
: i
bar, took place last Wednesday. Mr. Wednesday, Jan. Jut, at 3 p. st....."HKMIXOLE/:/ .,...Tueaday, Jan. %1\h. at '.00 A. M* '
ever she1 goes.TfRecently. Friday Jan. M,at S p. ......"UttHjnms/1......Thursday Jan., 29th at 7.00 A. .' Lime & Cement
Bolton was a charter member of BrevardLodge MondAy ..Jan.Jan.. 2IItb.atl P. ....,o"AUHJ>oUJK,".Sunday, Feb. 1st, at 9.00 A. WWednesday Shingles & Lath. !
a community-principally 113 F. A. M's, and well known 28thrat P. K....."MS.MA88KE Tuesday Feb. 3d, at 11JW A. *' Guns, Ammunition! and Fishing Tackle of all kinds. Ship Chandlery Goods,Gauze
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t4."CIiI"CJU.KOKKK.Thunday, Feb. Kb at 1250: soon
colored-between Outeen and Enterprise, and highly respected all along the river. Friday! Jan. 3Oth..atl vNew. Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges Gasoline Stoves, Coffins and Caskets;

'were desirous of having a postofflce es- The services were attended by a large ARTESIAN Cream WELL Freezers PIPE; Brick a Specialty, Lime, Cement Lawn Mowers and Ice.

tablisbud, but were at loss to know number of friends and neighbors. The St. Johns River Line. Chimney Pipe; Flags & Bunting;
what to name it. Mr. W E. Dale, our deceased was burled with Masonic; honors Table and Pocket Cutlery; Mouldings, Scroll Work, etc., etc. ,

postal clerk, suggested Garfield and at For Sanford Enterprise and Intermediate Points on Catalogues sample cards and size lists sent free on application. Correspondencesolicited
once It was eagerly adopted. Mr. Dale We are sorry to hear that Mayor Stewart the St. JohnsRlver. and estimates furnished promptly. !0

notified Mrs. Garfield, at Mentor, 0., of has met with affliction in the deathof

the fact,'and a few days; ago received avery his brother John who died suddenly The elegant Iron aide-wheel Steamer

pleasant letter in response, as also at Daytona,of inflammation of the lungs. CITY OF JACKSOI ZTILZ.E," J. S. Watson
did Mr S. A. Donald, through whom the Our heartfelt symyathies are extendedto SHAW s Co.

community sent, express prepaid, a brother Stewart in his affliction. The "FAEID'K DE BABY," ,

choice box of oranges telegram, announcing the sad news, was Capt. T. 'V. LUND, Jr., .
-We had an opportunity of Inspect received on returning from the furneral An appointed to sail tram Jacksonville,dally exceut Saturday at Sao p. m., tat from Sxaford COn'ln-1ission
dally except Sunday,at&a.in.
leg one of the stock certificates of the of Mr. Bolton, and too late to enable

Titusvllle Electric Light company It Mr. Stewart to reach Daytona la time SOUTHBOUND.Bead Down. SCHEDULE. Ito nead TggLND Up. AND

U very good looking stock, and we hope for the funeral.Mr. Lave JJO p. ...... .....................JactoonTllle..............._.........-arrlre 11 45 P- at.OOP. .
long the holders thereof be J. A. Ammons, of the firm of '. M.,...."..........................ralatka,.................._.......,.lave.. JM plisl ".
ero may enabled .. .. ... .. Astor ... ......"... '.I>>r. .. I
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to add to their bank account from Tucker: Ammons, Attorneys of Gainesville e Si.i; ..cii"i!!; ...iirii..'rBti'ranciiv.r.! ...i'r...."............. W4sri M. FORWARDING MERCHANTS. *
a BJWAlat... .. .............. .. ..Bereaford............................. 114S.A.M.
the dividends they shall receive. Capt. Fla., and formerly chief clerk in ... S-Ootin........................ ...Blue pring.......................... 11 l>A..M. i .
been ... ............................ Sanford .................... .....,. aAU A. !i
Pdtchaid is devoting his best energies the U. S. Land office, has spendingsome Arrive.. '.16.00 A. M M.............................Euterprtre ....................?........ u ..... *. Mt; I"
in pushing the erection of the building time in thU vicinity with his bride. General Passenger and Ticket Office, 88 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. Dealers in Fertilizers !

for use by the Company. His first For a week put they have been the F. M.IRONMONC1KB Florida Fasaenfrer Agent M west Bay gfc,Jacksonville,Fla. ,
and Mrs. F, P. Hauler, at .-.O. PKLOT. }' ;; nigent,on wharf,loot togas Street,jaououTiue.Fla.Jacksonville..
of Mr.
Lieutenant S. F. unable
Gray, being as guests JOHN L. ,f yet to bo about, not having recovered Hauler's Haven, enjoying the sea air, ... A.LfcSLl dkSuperel.ndeDfUlik, Street,JartwnvtU.Fla.KK'Trafno .

from on encounter with Major La Grippe. duck shooting, etc. Mr. Ammons secured TH MARSHALL 10:0.G. EG U.!: :CLYUE; Manager....*...Traftlo 6 rtomlfng Manager Orvea.ft UttwliuK:iNewTuric.Lean,New Yerk.: Orange' Boxes Crates &: ?
of the man-of-war paper.
-The body of Mose Thompson,who- a fine specimen d feet WM. P. CLYDE & CO.'Genfl Agents., ,
bird measuring
with RoLL McCollough-was drowned hawk or frigate 1* South Wharves. Philadelphia. B Howling 6re n.New York.
111 Inches from tip to tip of 1U extended CEMENT, PLASTER k IIAIR. AGENTS LIME
at the? head of Indian River a short time -- I FOR OCALA
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ago was discovered by Capt. Ed. Titus, wings. Agents for the C, F. T. REFRIGERATOR CARS.
just ,east of :Aurant ,. last Saturday. Owing to the low water In the Canal :
channel the steam Etc Win FurnUa Can Whoa Dft....... and_that they.r* WADYDICED.BILLED -
Alter five foot Goods properly
securing the body by means of a Company's Dry Carpets Matting and TRACED to Dmttlnatlua. .
rope and heavy weight, Captain Titus era have been very much delayed. Was ,
that the company We will Buy all kinds of Fruits, Vegetable., Furs and Skins; JA fact
not the agreement
returned
to Titiuville After
getting aeUtance *-
rib :E1.e'ta.:11.
channel w b.c leBn.1o ; : we will Buy and Sell anything offered to us. ;
he started off again about nine should make and maintain such a ;$
We claim to have the Largest Selection In the State. Our price compare favorably I solicited
forfeit all rights, Correspondence on any wants have.
o'clock Saturday evening, in his sloop for two years or. you may ,
awl
Mag, to recover the remains, returningnext etc.' Since they have received the with the price North. Special attention paid to order' correspondence. Respectfully, J. S. WATSON"* CO'"Advocate"

day about twelve o'clock. Mr. patents for the lands earned (f) from We keep from the Cheapest to the Beat Grade. > -=1

Andrew Froscher was on hand with a Halifax to Jupiter'(u we are told) how Describe your wants and tU right good will come.

coffin, ready to receive the body which will the making\ of the channel throughthe Job Office
vyas taken to LaGrange to be interred. most difficult part of the whole turnout :Kohc., Z .ULXcli.grott ds Co., Printing

The AI>TOCAT condoles 'with the re1a- 'W. Dave been told that at one '
jives of these ,unfortunate young men I point about 18 inches. only can be 1 Joundat eTQa SO \F ..T.FT.A..I DAS. A COMPLETE DESIGNS.OUTFIT OF UIYJS NEW US TYPE A TKUL.fI' OF .TUE: LATEST

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:;- :- -)Jr. S. n. Ray and family, leturnod
Indianola.
f(, from their trip Jacksonville and.elsewhere :x 'hi fIJOQ Ii CLOTH

.We Are sorry to hoar of the illness ol on Wednesday "Sam" looks I! a tn
John Fields. better than we have ever known him to ct :7a

.VIM; Allle Martin has been on the nick look before, and all the family looked as ;:; C) lrJ.I'llg !' irr ,

lit for the past week. if they had been benefited by their trip. <*
;; tIo M HATS SHOES 1
It that the to their residence
|Work Is going on very rapidly on S. J. appears key ,
had been left with Mr. James Sander Q. I'll a H ,
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force of hands *
|ells house; a large are tD 0 iM r: 3 JUST RF.tEIVKDSpecial.
work and It will\ soon be completed. during their absence, but the custodianof 2 [ es S 5 x Bf
11).*. Hill And wife also Mr. And )[n. this open sesame was out of town 0 ... lit ;; l

Inl":, of New York, have arrived andav" when the family procession arrived'at ell :"pJIJ goO' .en- F ; ram Fi tn AT TS: AZAA1\
I taken rooms In the ITildretli cot his office, on their return. From the extreme p "g 3
dplo'p
Mr. Ray exhibited in ::: \
dexterity
ago until tholr house In completed. o e: cn. MaLl
effecting an entrance through one of his = .. ctt1:; M e
O'ir village\ Is rapidly improving and windows'no one could have been blamed 1 x M "a.rn G: !. ;0 o Sales Every load
Idll fair to become a beautiful little cityla CD .., rn : = }
If they had taken him for an expert A C !:Ii (Ue ,
the near future. All clay long the !
[sound of the hammer and saw can be burglar. ____________ I = 5 2ga. iFfi.6l f fo I -

[heard.. Melbourne.Warm C1 a ct J. P. TURNER &. CO V
q 0 Ac : CI ltt i ;
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The mysterlouft disappearance of Sammy 5 '" f'2 ,
f Sanders canned quite an excitement weather, almost equal to sum. ;l rf FeE: --

in our midst, but we are glad to hear tier 8sao::51 q' CD fi I Ig ) .: s m :: H E. L. RRAR-Y: ,
.. e. tI
that he has been found at last ,and Is alii dp Q =:
Visitors becoming more numerous. p
home again. OBSERVER. The steamers are are crowded every trip t: r ct; :n:ren M re. 5 r tomot hF3 Groceries Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer

with through passengers. H: K '" w H S P g z. 4J I \

LOCAL NEWS. Sheriff Bowman stopped for a few tiff, 'Z $.. a. ''. 2 I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of foij. i ;

minutes, Monday night summoning t. c1 c. nv .rn [ 8 Staple Ac U'liiiey CS-roceview, Fruit f :

Continued from Page /. jurors for the grand and petit juries for ,It CD x 1.1 ldI :; raH I And Food Products i HI'
next term of court. ; lOon
-Mr. W. M. Davis, of New York, wa 8., ", LIJ I'lltI Of All Kinds. Also My Stock of.
A pleasant affair was the hop at IN Ia I- Ite .
very s : Seed
Cotton Meal
In town Wednesday. Grain Bran
the Riverside last Friday evening. The as =:; !II I'll H 8. Hay, ,
-lion. O. S. Hardee has. assumed the Oxford wl\e. (da.nced lot the first'timeher ( .S o itt\) Ground Food and 'Wheat. rr
presidency of the Brevard County State I 'e I am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively in the above lined<< p. ,
Hank of Cocoa. *. Melbourne can boast of some fine Goods.. I buy close, and will sell close. I Invite your correspondence. and solicit 1\1et'
dancers who can "catch on" to any new Very truly, ,
patronage.
-Rev. O. W. Vannlckle, of Winter dance in a hurry. The.music was exceptionally BREVARD COUNTY HOLMES, President your :me L. BR dDY. '

Park, gave our office a pleasant call fine. Mrs. E. M. Campbell, ALBERT A. TAYLOR, Secretary. -- -' r

Wednesday of this place, and Mrs. Clark, of Chicago, GEORGE M. ROBBLXS, WALTER S. GRAHAM,
-Alarried, at the residence of Rev. kindly presided, at the piano.La STATE BAM INDIAN RIVER Attorney-atrLaw Attorney-at-Law.,

Jno. Foy, in this town, on Tuesday evening Grippe has visited most of the. ,
Mr. Jesse J. Tucker to Mrs. Rach and has been at I II "
residents here, lately l & Graham
el Revels. Rev. Mr. officiated. I COCOA FLORIDA. Robbins ;
Foy. work in the colored settlement. Few REAL ESTATE I .
y -Mr.: Wm. M. Cnrrer and wife, and have escaped the plague, and some have ,-

Robt. M. Currer, of Chicago, were now been quite ill. Like yellow fever, the CAPITAL:
:
er:ivixls in town Wednesday, and started colored people seemed exempt at first Pnlcl Up, 23000. Real Estate Dealers ;

down the river the same day. only to be more severely attacked at Authorized $100,000 EXCHANGE, ,

-,7. P. Blake,. the efficient town clerk, last / -

atlllemtinues seriously hand, confined Shipments of fruit have been discontinued la Now OPEN and Fully Equipped tot COCOA Indian River FLA. ALL KINDS OF PROPERTY BOUGHT, SOLD, AND' EXCllA GED.
to hIM bed, but Is believed by bin physl until the arrival of the owners of "
Banking in all its Branches Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Company
clan: Dr. Wilson, to be slowly Improving. the grove at Turkey oreek, who are expected ;

-Ir. Jno. T. McDowell, of the Tropical dally. BUSINESS SOLICITED.

Hotel, Rocklcdge, was In town Capt. J. Wilder and Mr. J. Briscoe, of Property of All Kinds Bought, Sold and Titusville, Brevard Co. Florida.
,
to loan
Honey on Approved Security. "
And business" as being ''""
Tuesday in
reports Valkaria, were town Tuesday evening; Exchanged.. P. O. Box, 2:;0. .
very flourishing In the above locality.Mr. up In the Captain's new cat-rigged boat. DIRECTORS: We Buy and Sell All Kinds of It&tf EstAte, And.are Sole Agents fat 1 ] ,, ',,
-: R. S. Cutchree and \vl/e!, E.' JTCutclircc She is a beauty, and as she started ont ALBERT A. TAYLOR, President T large Hat of carefully-Holcctod Properties in all parts of Brerard county. c ,

and the Misses May and Alice e return trip, close hauled, she fairly1eW JAMES HOLMES, Vice-President. RELIABLK Information furnished as to chl\racte\'loeatlon and value of any Property .
I rar- All inquiries will be promptly on Indian River. .
I R. B. IIOLMES,'CI\RMer.
Cutcliree, of Chicago! arrived in town Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real F tate business are unequalled ; '"
}Wednesday and started for other 11 J. M. SANDEKS, J. F. WOOTEN. and reliably answered. 11 satisfaction Purcliaimn '
points The Melbourne has had a good mini I and every effort will be made to give perfect to intending .
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down river next day.L. ter of guests lately from all points of who may favor us with their patiimage. ;
'I No Properties listed unless the Title is Perfect. ,
.'C, Oliver has been IxngcKrasl the compass.On The Co. Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring large bodies of Low-
111 for the past week, with the grippe Wednesday evtWMg' : Mr. ftftt ifrg Clyde Steamship Priced Lands. :

bift OHO having developed nhe'ultonw1D'l'tomll. Wilson will entertain a part/ ef filtmdi Write for Descriptive Catalogue.

,Dr. Wills, who has charge of at the Melbourne hotel. ,

.the ease, hopes to report ,him'out flf Mr. Hector's new store Is ftow opened Z

..danger to-day. Later, wo hear, he 1 1.pronounced ready for business! and gets a fair shan EDWARD STILING Z'I:

out of danger (f trade. w ,

-It was reported In THusvllle; Monday Among the recent arrivals are Mrs... .. '.

and Tuesday, that Mr. Will Sander Clark and her' daughter, Miss Ellis, pi \ Cocoa, Indian River, Florida, ;

I the IOn of Mr. W. It. Sanders, counts Chicago They have rented the Thomas < .
:assessor, wan dead. This report was cottage'for the balance of the season Dealer in

'afterwards contradicted, and last night Mr. IT* II, Powell was made happy by. ; {
Paints Hardware Stoves Tinware &
'We,received word that he was alive, bulla the arrival, Monday evening, of his : Agateware, :,
a critical condition.I mother, sister and son,from Chicago, to
'PLUMBERS' &: MILL SUPPLIES, OILS: GLASS &; PUTTY, TABLEd
.-The Sweeney came along with a remain-through1 several months. : POCKET CUTLERY:, BARBED WIRE, WIRE NETTING, j

bound-to-catch-up-lost-time appearance The Ladle Guild have received,concluded them to New York Charleston and Florida Lines. .t WIRE CLOTH. ,I
appropriate the funds by Ir
yesterday. She had a very heavy load II
for repairing and repainting the rectory .* 4s I
'of freight aboard and was also
obliged mships
to leave three car-loads behind at New and church. Pointing the church has The magnificent of this Line are ap- 1.1 :

iSmyrax Her delay was caused by getting begun. The chancel will, be varnished pointed to. sail as follows : (J) "I) ;
I bank and a lectern and desk of Florida pine (.HTAHDABDTIMK.) .... : Ji'o
Aground on an oyster near From Jack. niev > '
on
York;:
added. From New : ..
'1'u"...'..ru tiand.Mrs. (Pier:..19.K.IL) BTEAMER Florida. dlri
Mr. S. F, Glbbs has sold a tract of ,at 3 .......--CHKROKEB.Thur, Jan. lit, at 8,00 A. X.
W. II. Peck, of Cocoa, made afl'lnlt' pineapple land on the east shore to Mr. Monday Friday. De IXxTr r.29U 88th>. at 3 r P.. .......tflKMIXO1.!! .........Sunday, Jan., 4th, at 10,00 A. M. < I
to Titusvllle and return on Wednesday Peo.SHt, t8 P. M.'ImXtUOIS. ..........Ttteeday. Jan. 6th, at 12,00 NOOD'Friday. i ,-'
trip Lee Wilson, of Chicago. The tract adjoins : Jaa. *: 'tj'J .A.LUONQUIN..1bunda, Jan. 8th, at L O p. M.Jan. .
Tuendjy. She the, ADVOCATE a tth, P. w."YEMASSEE.Suaday: llth, at .4,00 A. M. m' .i1
gave
of the
nine Monday
Mr. .
the property of Jan. 1th,at 3 r. ....,, .CH.a01UEt..Tu..daY.. Jan. 13th I'i.oo A. M.Jan. fi ;
pleasant: call while in town, and we were Inter-Ocean, Chicago, not far from Hass- Wedocwday Friday. Jan 0th,.at 3 r. ....."SEMIXOLE.Thursday. ISth, at 8.00 A. M '
to note how well she looked. Monday Jan. lab at 3 r.M.._..MIIUMlTOUtA..........Sunday' Jan. '"tho at 11,00 A. M' 1ir0.
pleaded ler's Haven. Wednesday Jan Hub at 8 P. !".AU.OXQUL'lTwo.day., Jan. :20th at 1.1'00 Moon' --- -.. 1

Mrs. Pock has many friends on Indian The funeral of Mr. A. Bolton, of Main Friday Monday Jan Jan. 16th 19U.,,at at 8 3 r r.. w.'YEMASMEEf..Thuro w...,,..KUC".r..Bunday: ,y, Jan.Jan. 20th!:l.Ith., at at 1.11P.4 00 A.. *M.' ::DooRS, SASa:: :, B>cnvnls, BB.XOK, I .;j
:River, who gladly welcome her where- bar took place last Wednesday. Mr. Wednesday Jan. Jut at 3 p. ......."HKMIXOLE,'*..Tuesday, Jan. 7th, at '00 A. N*
!Khlrat3 P. w.1mWOia.Tbunday. Jan. 20th at 7.00 A. n Lime & Cement Shingles & Lath. : .
Friday Jars .iGUIIIII
ever abegoea..Recently Bolton was a charter member of Brevard Beth,at 3 p. ..... inday. Feb. lat. at 9.00 A. M'Fob.
Monday Wednesday Jan Jan. 28tnat 3 p. ...."AUIONQULN.f Tue.dy. 3d, at 1UH A. M* Ammunition and Fishing Tackle of all kinds. Ship Chandlery Goods,Gauze '.
and well knows
a communityprincipallycolorelbetween Lodge 113 F. A. M's, Feb. Mb, at UJM Noon '
Friday, Jan.JOtb..a' r. w."CHEfwKDh..Tnumday. Doors Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasoline Stoves, Coffins and Caskets;
Osteen and Enterprise, and highly respected all along the river. Mew.. ARTESIAN WELL PIPE a Specialty Lawn Mowers, Ice.
'were desirous of having a postofflce established The services were attended by a large Cream Freezers; Brick, Lime Cement and
but were at loss to know number of friends and neighbors. The St. Johns River Line. Chimney Pipe; Flags &; Bunting;
Table and Pocket Cutlery Mouldings, Scroll Work, etc., etc.
;
it. W. E. Dale our with Masonic honors I
what to name Mr deceased was burled .
Catalogues sample cards and size lists sent free on application. Correspondence
postal clerk, suggested Garfield, and at For Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points on .lolicited and estimates furnished promptly. *
ones it was eagerly adopted. Mr. Dale I We are sorry to hear that Mayor Stewart the St. JohnsRlver. ,
notified Mrs. Garfield, at Mentor, 0., of has met with affliction in the deathof

the fact,'and a few days ago received avery his brother John, who died suddenlyat Tn elegant Iron Side-wheel Steamers'CITY

pleasant letter In response, as also Daytona,of inflammation of the lungs. OFJACKSONVILLE, J. Watson Co.

did Mr. S. A. Donald, through whom the Our heartfelt symyathles are ,extendedto .A. SHAW,
community sent, express prepaid a brother Stewart In his\ affliction. The e'FFiEO'K: DE EARY," ,

choice box of oranges.We telegram, announcing the sad news, was Capt. T. W. LUND, Jr., .

had an opportunity of Inspecting received on returning from the furneralof Are appointed to tall from.Jacksonville dally except daily except Sunday Saturday, at 5.$.m.at 3Ji p. m., aaai from Suaford Con 1i ssion
one of tho stock certificates of the Mr. Bolton, and too late to enable .

Titusvllle\ Electric Light Company. It Mr. Stewart to reach Daytona In time SOUTHBOUND.Head Down.Laave SCHEDULE. 250BTIIBUCND.ReaUUp.. AND

Is very good looking stock, and we hope for the funeraL S.SO p. w...Jacksonville... .......__... .....Arrive 11.4&PM....
....._. .. .. .Leave loop.
ero long the holders thereof may be enabled Mr. J. A. Ammons, of the firm of u" 1.00 p. M.... ..falatka.Astor.. ..........,............. .. J.(Mr p. w. FORWARDING MERCHANTS '
Attorneys, of Gainesville toM A.M.............Bt. Francil. ............................ II 143: r. at. K *
to add to their bank account from Tucker: Ammons, H43A.A.. M.Hermfordt ......_.................... II 1I..A. w. 1 '
Fla. and formerly chief clerk in ".. 8.00 w. .......Blue Spring.......................... II II.OOA. M ,
fchall \ .
the dividends they receive. Capt. '.00 A. M .Banfunl ........................... ..OO.A. II'
Pritchaid is devoting his beat energiesIn the U. S. Land office, has been spending Arrive.. B.15A.M 8.00 A.. M... Enterprise............................ 9.2OA.ri. Dealers in Fertilizers !
pushing the erection of the building some time in this vicinity with his bride. General Passenger and Ticket Office 88 W. Bay St.. JacksonvflleT : ,

for UIIO by the Company. JIll first For a week past they have been the .M. I RON MONO KB,....... Florida I'ueeD Agent 88 Wett Bay St.,Jacksonville J'&.
Fla.
and Mrs. F, P. Haaaler, atU&8IIler' J.O. fK:LOT, Freight gent,on wharf foot Uogaa burnt JacksooviUe. E Ileiitlei'woii Ac Co's Secda,
Lieutenant, S. F, Gray being unable as guests of Mr. JOHN L. Ilow&RD.Florida FreiKht Agent foot Laura Street. ,Jacksonville.. Fla. GSI.den
to bo about not having recovered Haven, enjoying the sea air, J.A.LK3LI: .8UlM'riDteD.IeoC.looC Laura' Mreel Jafkaon New York.MAUSUALL 1ne,1'la.THEO. "
yet EGl'R.TraWo Manager Ko lmi{lirveu.
from au encounter with Major La Grippe. duck shooting, etc. Mr. Ammons secured U. : II.LYRE,A...,.TraJtio 5ia"atrer,b Bwwlin, Ureen New York. Orange Boxes Crates &: paper;

-The body of Mow Thompson,who- a fine specimen of the man-of-war WM. P. CLYDE & CO./GenM Agents., ,

with Robt McCollough was drowned _hawk_ or frigate bird' measuring 0 feet 1* South Wharves, FhlUdflphU. 511ow11.tGr.e.,1\w York. '
UNEAgents
111 Inches from tip to tip of Its extended CEMENT PLASTER k IIAIR. AGENTS FOR OCALA ,
at the head of Indian River a short time
wings. for the C. F. T. REFRIGERATOR CARS.
Ed. Titus
ago, was discovered by Capt. ,
just ,east of Aurantla last Saturday. Owing to the low water in the CanalCompany's & Etc Till FurnUfc Can When DIiwd, ud MM UuU they are properly LOADED. ICJBD.BH&:
After securing the body by means of a five foot channel the steam Was Dry Goods Carpets Matting ED, and TRACED to De.tta.0on.We .

rope and heavy weight, Captain Titus era have been very much delayed. will Buy all kinds of Fruits, Vegetables Furs and Sklasj JA fact

returned to Titusville. After getting... not the agreement that the companyshould' -vv ho1esa1e tjt:: DELotetll.: : re will Buy and Sell anything offered to us. *;&*.

sistance, he started off again, about nine make and maintain forfeit such all a rights channel -, We claim to have the Largest Selection in the State. Our prices compare favorably Correspondence solicited on any wants you may have. <*&

o'clock Saturday evening In his sloop for two years or. received the I' with the price North. Special attention paid to order and correspondence. Respectfully J. S. WATSON; COt
have
Since they '
Magic to recover the remains returning etc.' ==
next day about twelve o'clock. Mr. patent for the binds earned (?) from We keep from the Cheapest to the Beat Grade. .

Andrew Froacher was on hand with a Halifax to Jupiter'(as we are told) how Describe your wants and the right goods will come. [

coffin, ready to receive the body, which will the making of the channel throughthe dti Co. "Advocate" Job Printing Office
whole turnout E"\:1.rchgott
of the
was taken to LaGrange to bo interred most difficult part :=o-U, ,

The AUVOCJLTK: C0 dolc 'with the xelft- ? 'W have been told that at one .a.CJ'F-C&O V.i i .T.'ESi F'.L:: HAS, A COMPLETE OUTFIT OF NEW TYPE OF TUB LATEST '

tires of these unfortunate young men, point about IS Inches. only can be found Oc1T.wW 1T DESIGNS. GIVE US A TRIAL. -

who met such au untimely end. > at mean tide. f

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