East Coast advocate
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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: October 31, 1890
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071720
oclc - 34175701
notis - AKR0019
lccn - sn 96027112
System ID: UF00079908:00116
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Succeeded by: Indian River advocate

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Vlt.LE rOSTOFFICK: .....- DIIIKCTOKVOBNCRAL 0 -The only all-year hotel "The Travelers -Mr. E. P. Branch, of Melbourne, was -Mr. Jas. Sanders returned Wednesday -Service at Methodist church Sunday -Mr, Henry Droyer lies been laid'upr ,

tiKt.ITEnVtn ," Jacksonville. Hates reduced In town yesterday. from his trip down tho river. "lev. J. X. Jones will preach.Mr. for ft few days, with A bail foot. )having. ,' "

from 8 a.in. tier $2 a day. Brown \ -Mr. P. J. Xcvlus,. of Merritt, just been bitten centipede.. '* '
mail anti\ except -Rev. B. F. will hold service II. E.Eycr, of COcoa,.retnrned by scorpion or < ;

e distribution 9 a.m.when of train or j steamer onSundaysto la lute ontoy -Mr. A, E. ileyser, of Oak Lawn, at the Episcopal, church, Cocoa, next ltJel'tOclln on us Wednesday.tMr. home from his northern trip WednesdayMian -Wo are pleased to loam that our \,10.
evening. 19MOSEV > to town Sunday tie 2nd of Nov.; ami at Titus- and Mrs Thrall and Mr. J. A.
came up on Friday, and started York late townsman, Mr. II. Q. Ifawley has ,
ville on the Otlt. Hossett, of Xew registered ,
Millivolt of Cocoa I'fton this ,
OKDEA OITICB tor Jacksonville the : morning'stpain
next day. been doing remarkably well In the mown
on front 8 a.m.until p.m.gEOt5TEaEnLEttena. -3. S. Watson &; Co. have just rc'elvcd : on week's visit to Ostcon. at the Grand View Tuesday.Our j .
$1,000 Reward given to persons spelling tutu region Georgia, and 1 has acquired.' ,
carload of orange wraps, and -Best, best, boat. Fertilizers fertilzers County Surveyor gave this office ..
ullvcred f 8 a" until 8 the most words, u.iiig the letters in mineral property thieve which Is likeljr to
m. in.
rpm p. will sell them away down. Try us. fOl'tlllzel's-atwny on hand nt J. short eall yesterday.Mr. :
our> name. Write for particulars.unbar's .- provo of groat'valuo before spring. "Sir.: / ,. '
-Mr.: E. D. Raney has been ordered to S. Watson & tV, Titusvillo. I and' Mrs. S. M. Lorimier nnd V
) oflloo will bo located at Atlanta
the North! 0:15: p.m. System Iron Tonic Co., Cleveland ilawley's '$ ,
i the nth4 to 12 p. m. Ohio., 7-5t change his position from the station hero -For Sale, parlor: set, six pieces, family have moved into the Rico building luring tho winter : ,} '. \ .
to the Jacksonville office. Imported silk plush in set "
bEt'ARTUIlE..boun.t.c10ses or separate. *
-We understand that all the -To the trustees and vestrymen1 of \ ,
at b'A a.iu.. eggplants Apply to Mrs. E. 1.( Titus. Don't bo disappointed)
-Mr.. II. A. llotlgcs, of Satsuma by planting '
boand.-ly" > grown at LaGrange, that the struggling churches of tho Indian ,
a m.C. ,. brought such good prIces were shipped Heights, has been in town a couple of '-Mr. S. A. I\ltelling, of Sebastian, old needs, but buy Peter llendemon & liver anti Lake Worth country wo would. .
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'RUI'JEflVR J. lays, attending to his lumber business.J. lea.been spending a few days In town Co.'sfresh seed from J. rf. Watson & Co. for tho financial
i et?.I860. Postmaster. through S. Watson &; Co. suggest a plan: relieving "

-We understand that the efforts of S. Watson &; Co. have received this week, having come up on some busnoP8 IJme,lime, line Cement, cement, stringency, which proved very snooess t t
Rev. J. N. Jones have been crowned with some fine cypress ladders for gathering matters, rcnicnt. Plaster and hair. "Wo are headquarters ful' on the o(cBllo1,111\ we saw' it,used. r. ,'

; tfRKSBYTEniAN CHURCH. success the past week, and the debt rangcs. -J. S. Watson & Co. are agents for for tho above and would like The regular: deacon was nick, and ft merajer .

Mat'every fdhath! at 11 a, m. and '7 hanging\ over the Methodist church has -Mr. Edward Staling, one of Cocoa's the Moyer patent orange box head, and you to write us for" prices before placing of ft. rather Irreverent and mlschfov1oils ,:. + 'a
Saultath Bcbonl 9JO
F at a.m. Prayer '' would like to give prices before orders elsewhere. J..Watson turn was npIolntelteMon\ pro tern., .
fig every WednosiLiy evening at TuTO.Hev. been discharged. prominent 'merchants, was In town you you your S
Jso. For, Pastor. TuesdayMr. bUT other kinds. .t Co., TitusUlle. ell as It wore. When the Unto arrived for '
Messrs. C. M. Oriste and
C. E. Davis,
BAITiST-CHURCH. of Sunbury, Ohio, arrived in town Mon- P, E. Peck, of New Haven,, Ct., -Mrs. Smith Turner and Miss Lucas: -It is rumored that a transportation taking up the collection the new deacon "

rain;? every 4th Sunday at 11 a. m. and day. Mr. Oristo spent last winter here, rrfveJ In town on Monday's train, and Baltimore, Md., arrived lu'town on Mon- man will bo married next month to a seemed to bo under the Iniprossto'i that'ils ,
m.. Sunday school every Sunday at 4 p. m will train and left for down tho river nextday. ofllco was that of a tax collector, and > t
and his friends spend the winter on Indian Liver lady formerly of this city, but
F,meeting every Thursday at 1% p.m. wore pleased to seo him young proceeded to collect accordingly. Everypew
Rev. A. D. Con ex,1'astor. back> again -Our apPl'entico-Hkltard Gladwin .... now of South 1'loildiwJacksonville Jffropolif.
was visited and tho deacon refused .
Reed Is of an ingenious turn of mind. Helms -Tho new advt. of Mr. Walter How- .-We are glad; tho wedding will .
-Mr. Oeo. II. secretary and to until he had collected tho '
invented for land, the special agent! of tho Mutual take place In Tltusvlllo, so that wo may
just copy-holder our fore-
ant: F.neon it 10'o'clock a. m. Sunday manager of the Club on the ocean beach, tax Pearl buttons and punched coins a
bg at Masonic! hall. started man's use.Mr.'A.. Life Insurance Co., will bo found on give them jubilee. Tho ADVOCATE
over again on Monday. He appears wero politely but firmly refused, and tho
> Rev. Father OT.ovLfc,Pastor. 6. will be proud to congratulate them when
to bo kept pretty busy looking V. AVinanH, of Eden, who has page fiver of a penny piece\ received a scornful

after the Club's affairs. been north since July, left hero for his -Mrs. Robt. Alexander, of Thomas- the event comes oft at tho Presbyterian look of reproach, which Informed all his '
METHODIST CHURCH. vlllo. Ga., who ha lent visiting herbrother church next month. Wo arc not ixt
biD!;every 1st and third Sundays, at 11 -The Baptist church, in its confer place down tho river on Wednesday'ssteamer. Capt. Sharpe, started from heroin liberty to publish their names In this neighbor of, hits. penurlouBnoss. Those
and T |K m. Sunday Srhoid every Sunday enco on Sunday last, passed a resolution Tuesday morning's train on her way who had thoughtlessly come. 'out to *
I pm.,. All are cordially invited to attend. making: it an offence subject to diHci}>- -Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE to Qnitman, to attend l to her father who ssue, but wo suppose the young ladywill church without currency, hastily wrote, .
J. N.J01fRl'lL.: tor. maybe ,
line for any of their members to frequent Is 111. not object to our stating that the '
saloons where intoxicating drinks are left with Mr. L, C. Hughlett by will take the out their promissory notes and deposited I"w+
place Tuesday
wedding on #
sold and drank; or to sign petitions to ho residents of Cocoa and vicinity, -The Llbboy family will give concert 18th of November them In tho hat, A doath-liko still' t ,;i.

jOQALNEWS.: license the s l11o. They desire to place which will bo placed promptly on our Rt City Point school house on Thursday ness hod CIlIl11l111on the congregation

i themselves right on this subject before list. nll\lt\ Nov fitli. Admittance 50 eta; -Dr. Walter S. Graham, wife mid! son during thin ceremony, and a sigh of'ru. .1

the people. .. children under 12 years, free. All are Johnnie, accompanied by his mother and lief burst forth from them at its closo.
Ity and -ucral Gossip In connectionIt. -Mr. and Mrs. Julius Tyler of New
Mr. and
Mrs. J. Ball
II whose
Invited to be present to have a pleasant sick brother, arrived hero from Philadelphia It IK said ,
[ .Indian River and lake Worth ec- Haven Conn. arrived in town to havo.beon the most successful
homo is near Jersey City N. J. arrived Tuesday
during week. lirlef mention of time. Monday evening. They left Now .' '
n I past collection over taken up In the city although 'r
after two in town started
hero on Monday train theirway' spending days ,
reefing Events About ,People You evening's on York board the Clyde steamer Algonquin
C. B. Month who i is on tho has '
-Mr. tew
for Fort Pierce Mr. is treasurer building a 11011'01pro never, o-
ow, and People Yon Don't Know- to spend the winter at Cocoa. They '
week arrived In Jacksonville

nice residence at Tropic, stated oft with Wednesday received 1 a second appointment. J' ,
ked up by Our Society Kdltor. spent last winter there, and appeared of the Florida Canning Co. a big load of lumber Tuesday morning, Sunday, And made, a pleasant trip ',

quite charmed with that neighborhood. -Our Baptist friends were hard at which was shipped to him l by tho Indian down tho St. Johns River on their way : Localt Continued on 1'dljs<< 8t ; ",

Advertisements under this head- They went down the river on Tuesday's work yesterday grubbing the lot they recently River Merrill Lumber returned Co.to, town of Tltusvlllo.tho same eve-Mr. to; Titnsvillo. Although ''part of the t'..rt"b'; :;' .:',;""t- "

re:ten cents per line per week. steamer.Mr. purchased, and expect to erect a ling. ocean passage was rather rough, every' (

Jet' the,ADVOCATE at Dr. Screven's. J. Augustine Smith, the Florida good, building for worship. It is said Messrs.' G. T. Spencer (civil engineerof thing; pasHed oft satisfactorily, and the A NEW LINE OF STEAMERS, .',

j Cents per copy. representative of the Royal Baking Pow- this; edifice will bo an ornament to the East Coast Canal Co)., and a friend- I Doctor's sick brother-Mr. Kemp S. "j III, t ". St

der Co., of Wall street, New York, gave town. Graham-arrived in 'town an well-and .
the Grand
By subscribing $1.50 per annum Mr. E. Walker- at 1nlat'andthe
the ADVOCATE, it will only cost you our office a call last Friday. He wentto -We hoar that the wife and sister of View Monday, and; took a: trip to the In fact much l(1tter-tl1al1 we expected to Hctwevit Indian River [ ,t' '.

|< Ctnti Per Week, Postage Included, Cocoa and Rockledgo Saturday mornIng )fr. W, P, Underwood, of Now Smyrna, Haulover Tuesday for tho purpose of inspecting see him; especially after tho long'and IlaliuiutiN. ;, ,

ay part of the United States. This returning the same evening. lIe who had a naphtha launch on the river tho work dono by tho dredges.The tedious journey. They report many lit. .

31 i will not ruin left for Sanford Monday, on his way to last winter, were thrown out of nbuggy; tie curtCHies shown them on board! the ,
Hum you. train's lateness on Tuesday; was Another Anticipated boom on the
Tnmpa. and other parts of Florida.We one having her leg broken and the other Algonquin by her Jovial and ever-obliging f
to tho accident to tho South Flo-
|Money. t Money I I Money I I M I to owing : rowerltlver. :,-
are in receipt of the initial number her collar-bone. rida Railway engine, which jumped tho commander Captain Joseph !!elCoo. Waahingtor ;;
i estate. Apply to Robbing& i McConvIHa of
on real Major
of tho Florida -Mr. C. II. Watson returned track two miles north of Orlando, takIng The Algonquin brought the largest number
: Gazetteer a magazine Sunday *
mTltusville : ig contemplating tho erection of wharf
Fla. a
,, the bag ago car with it and turning jf
devoted to the industrial interests and from his trip to Jupiter to examine his of passengers to Jacksonville thin ," t
n. 6. M. Lorlmlel' and daughter, over. Fireman WhldJcri was killed, hU on tho property of his syndicate, tllI'i;: .
development of Florida. It Is land but when he got there to do little his season, viz., 104. She started from Now
returned from their visit tosonville a neatly a lead being severed from body by tho Indian River Inlet. It Is probable t1 ny: ,* .., .
i gotten-up pamphlet, published monthlyat business, he could not 'find tho exact wheels- and tho engineer WIt badly York with tho big passenger list of 103. .
Monday evening. mull steamer will bo put on lo'pljjlri) $I, <7'jl, ,
Palatka, by C. )(. Gardner. We do position of his place, owing to tho stakes trained.traIn at tho Rov.time.S. F. Govo was on the -The Ite.... A. D. Cohen, suspectingthat : twoen Nassau and tho Inlet in tbo.Doar t .

Messrs. Huntington, Hersey, Lewis, not know if it is Republican: in politics, having been burned. Charles had a useless some audacious night-prowler intended future, as the run can be made between; .' -
laker and Jones out on a deert -Mr. P S. llutchinson, owner of the ,
were '
but it savors a little of it. journey.Mrs. oil his hen
to sponge a living these I"Jlntliln 13 hours bY'lteameri'.AL' ,
Saturday last, and returned with a Indian River Hotel, who writes us from ; .
-A member of one the largest real estate Carr, of Jacksonville, who has roots and nests-having missed for some groat many people who| came, to Indian .
fine ono which the guests, of the fardvillo, N. J., nays: "We have just
firms in the world,who owns property been spending about three weeks with days past sundry eggs-determined: to River would avail themselves ot.1 this : '
iian River Hotel did ample justice tong tad a cold rain storm; and the wonthey .
on Indian River, has this to say! of the her daughter-in-law, at Hartland, while very 'head him of!" it possible. After persevering route to visit Nassau, which Is A city ot.
this week. la disagreeable to who
ADVOCATE;'''T o ADVOCATE is at hand, her son, )fr, Chas Convene, was down very anyone In his plan, and patiently awaiting about 10,000 Inhabitants. At present :
baa 11 veil in Florida and know what a difference -
Who lays our town is not on a and reads as 'bush.' In matter ant appearance the river, returned homo this morn- results-for Mr. Cohen has had many communication between the United. '
Look around readers there is in the climate. There
j>m? you, ; '
lumber fording it Is so commendable that it ng. We acknowledge a pleasant call ileopless nights Owing to tho continuousegg States and this Important city is only by "
can see
erever you go you are several near mo who expect to take .
] purposes piled on lots upon should be heartily welcomed whereverour from her yesterday.The the Clyde line steamers shortly. Mr. plllJring-bo was gratified! In discovering monthly steamer from Now York.' ',

ch houses are to be built, and paint- beautiful river has well-wishers. necessity existing on the river yesterday morning a very The running of a steamer from,Jupiter
Andrew K. Rowan and Dr. R. C. Hutch-
;and repairing going on generally.Mr. Very truly yours, Jno. L.'Day, Chicago." for' another lumber yard has been amply bison will leave for Florida! the first large mrrra civetta, which had evident to this British possession would, nt/ ,',.

.fit Geo. Rathbone, of Rose St., -Capt. E. E. Vail returned from his demonstrated by the success of the Indian week in November; Mr. Wm. B. Peck also ly Imbibed too much of tho doss prepare doubt, Lot very much appreciated bfB + ,

BW York, hag just .shipped a codar trip to Jacksonville and St. Augustine River Lumber Company. Although ed for him. We certainly think the residents tourists owing to the short sea trip, and ,
pat down to Eden, where he has anoth- expects to start from New York on r
Between Mr. Tibbals and Mr Rath-- Saturday, having ordered tho pumps only a little over a month in existence, thQ 6th of November, and will be in Ti- of Tltusvlllo owe tho rev gen Unman many would avail themselves of the opportunity -, .

Ine they will have a fleet of six boats that are to assist in raising the steamer hey have sold and delivered a good tusville on the 10th or llth to take possession a vote of thanks for,thus perfuming of visiting other pL1Ce..t1loP ', .
}Eden this winter. Mr. Rathbone and a greater portion of our town with- Bahamas besides Nassau and tbo.' "
iiockledge.. He started for Jupiter Mon many carloads of lumber, and so far of the Indian River Hotel when ; } again :

j d ijly will leaves remain for at Florida Eden until in December May. day morning to attend to the above have been able to fill all orders within a ho will do everything In his power to out charge.,. There is scarcely need for trip from Jacksonville Palatka,Orlando .

further fumigating against contagious Sanford and other towns In Florida could :.
business without delay, so that this few days after receiving them. They report make it pleasant for all his guest*-both e
We are informed that a mail service diseases for the odor reached the ADVOCATE be made St
by with
floating hotel will be in readiness to receive business good old and new ones that feel disposed to so quickly connecting
i been established from Eden to Jen- office. Perhaps. Mr Cohen of the) Indian
: may the through steamers River
the numerous winter visitors who "
-The Llbbey famlly-compo of Mr. him. The on
: patronize present guests,
En, two and one-half miles, and ,back have passed with a little of last night's Steamboat Co. or East Coast Transport. .
are expected to arrive on the lower river ,
and Mrs. and and
scedule of not Llbbey son daughtergave the strength of this, need not fear ox- '
i times a week, by a ibis season. exploit clinging to his clothes. tuition Co, ':
a concert at the Presbyterian church >ub.ion.
time each
cee ling one service hour running discontinued in to -The ladles of St. Oab lers Guild are .. to a large assembly, who received them "Rattlesnake was the alarmingcry -Mrs. Harold E. Trower, who has The Bahamas, where this ,new'mall ,

|ensen ay. Special Brevard county, from-Eden. industriously at work trying to raise$125: and their entertainment very enthusias that startled the quiet Inhabitants of just returned (with her husband) from teamer I Unexpected to run to,are n chain'f. ,
Inlands to
to buy a bell for their church. They tically. Our crowded columns this week North Titusville Saturday afternoon. It her honeymoon trip to England, arrived of belonging England.lytngf i

-Florida Facts printed, a neatlygotten'page' at St. Francis up, have at present raised about onetenthof does not permit us to review the entertainment appear that Mkia Sepa hale while lookIng here on Monday's train, on a visit td her between 21 degrees 43-27 degree 31,N. ;

paper, the amount by needle-work etc. but at length last but the back I'rof. and Mrs. W. II. Peck at lat. and"1:140: minutes-70 degrees$ minutes ,
ijs: "We are pleased to add to our X night, as out of doorway, saw a huge parents x
list the EAST COAST ADVOCATE. It is we understand that the ladles are getting they perform again to-night we shall be rattlesnake quite close at hand. She Cocoa and will return' with her two W. long, The group consists of <

,n interesting paper, well edited and tired of thin slow and tiresome process, able to give them a notice in our next immediately. raised an alarm, which children to Jacksonville. She gave our about 20 Inhabited and an ImmenWnumber '. ,
Tinted and deserves success, Judging of Islets and rocks x
of the ADVOCATE'Shead' and contemplate a raid upon our towns issue brought her father on the scene. lie at society editor a glowing description of comprising
rom tne iris apperance full to overflowing, and has people with a subscription paper before -The steamer St. Sebastian arrived] once procured a pistol and took "deadly her travels, with which she was delighted. an area of about 0,704 square Dille.;' and'a

a striking appearance. long. We hope they will find everyoneat here on Saturday about noon, looking a* aim" at It, but the pistol mlnaod fire. We were very happy to welcomeMrs. population nf about 00,000. The princlpsl ,

Florida is represented on the stand- home and in a liberal frame of mind neat, clean and trim as our genial friend, Mr. Frank Budge then appeared, and Trower on her return! to Titusville, islands are New Providence (con

ling committees of the World's Columbian when they come round-all eager to lenda Capt. Brock could make her. Everything managed to put a few bullets through and were pleased to note-from what taming[ the capital, Nassau)! St. Salvador .

follows: Executive committee, helping hand towards so good a cause. is in first-class order, and we have the reptile's body, which also received a she stated to us-that her prospects of a Great Abaco, Great Uaharaa, Long.

Joseph Hint; eommttee on agriculture, -We have often heard of the short no doubt she will this season be as popular load from a shotgun thus ending the joyous and prosperous married life were Island, Eluuthera, MsyaguanaHarbor.."'.'" "
and Afldros
B. Turnbull; committee on horticulture courtships and sudden marriages on In- as she was last, and command a big career of his inakeshlp. During all this very bright Indeed. She thinks she has Island, Great Inagua *Island -'-'. -

and floriculture, R. Turnbull; committeeon dian River, but Maine puts In a claim for business. By-the-way, the Captain is commotion the dinner was on the cookIng one of the very best husbands in the *. ;:: ,; '

clarification, J. Hirst; commitee on the shortest courtship on record, and looking much better than when he was range, and by the time the cook got State. The Tiu14-n kes says; "That St. Salvador was the first lantAdlaskcovered bat', 1...
Columbus in
here last and it strike he Is to It the best of genial gentleman, Harold E. Trower by U9'J."f In
commewe, B. Turnbull. the claim is worthcon ldering. Deacon us getting back to attend part an surrendered Spin
better-looking than ever Mr. S. C. excellent dinner was cremated, and proprietor of the wholesale liquor establishment the Bahamas were to
-, The arrival of the train at the station Marvin one day mounted his hone with
but at the of Versailles bended
on Friday night last, caused a great only a sheep akin for a saddle, and riding Quarterman the purser, come to Indian ended Its way up the flue In smoke. registered under the name of peace were". .

'deal of amusement among the crowd in front of the house where Betty River with a good record, and we are Well, It doe not occur every day, *o Mr. Wanklyn & Co., Is again at his place of over to England. <;.

awaiting it, owing to the fact that the Lee lived, called to her to come out to glad to welcome him and Capt. Brock to HaW had to put up with what he could business, ready to extend a hearty welcome The climate is well known to be, nala-' :

passenger coach,became detached, and the gate. She made her appearance, the Indian River country. Capt. Brock: get on that special occasion, and all on to all callers. Mr Trower has just brioui, and in the winter r.. fbited by1.. '

. remained some distance up the line and without any preliminaries he told took charge of the St. Lade Monday, onto account of that 60ft. rattler MI Sepa returned from England where hs took great many from the North and EJ gGiuJ.

i However, after a little delay the train her that the Lord had sent him there to run to Jupiter in place of Capt. Bravo IJale, In company' with flu Katie his lovely bride to meet his relatives, We are under the Impression that U

I returned for it and brought it in, amidst marry her. Betty, with a court y replied who says he Ii busy on his farm. Mr Pritchard, gave one of our reporter a and be has rented the Bowes cottage, In Major McConvllle's. scheme for connecting I

t ,the applause of the crowd who had as : "The Lord'a will be done. Quarterman and Capt. Bravo gave our thrilling description of this reptile and South Jacksonville where he will buildup Indian lover Inlet with the Bihamas fJi

*Ambled to witness the train's arrival.Jb And It was. office a pleasant can Monday. U rattle a permanent home" carried out, U will meet wlti-]' ittccvi&! 4 !
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00 NEWS OP' THE ::811UlUfGBAJr.. WHAT 18 GOING ON IN THE engineat the EaTING NATURE.
ORDER AND ITS The boiler of A shifting
'FT.nnmA. MEMBER'S.WHAT BUSY WORLD. & LAughlin, about -
1rflv1LIr A dispatch of Tuesday from ftin fornsc. of Jones
Birming I'a., exploded ITEMS FRO){ ALf room '
ham south of Pittsburg, mrrr nt rn,
says: A (uwengel'traln on the Kansas three miles
is SEIKO DOKE! iy THB YAKIOCB City, Memphis and Birmingham rail OtTSIDB shortly r:..... .
SECTIONS:! TOn THE ADVANCEMENT O? way. wbch left here at o'clock tonI,hr, WHAT : mftVThc lScGnV pIeces of the 11- FIKEJ,
THK GREAT ORGANIZATION.-1EO18LA- westbound, went Out leaving a sleeperand FROM C1CCLR SAM'S DOMAIN ASD Fer- FLOODS, ETC.
-- TICK, JWrB" B.TC. the conductor in the depot. Disco THE CAL BRIK8S. lag boiler struck and injured.Joseph -'

UP HERE AND THEBB ring that fact, some six miles out of -- rin and John Cla-k, employee at th.lur.nace. the* sbville, N. C., Fctnslb college 'a M
THROUGHOUT THE STATE. The Farmer' AUianet (Cuba KIMU town, the engineer began backing into Mount Etna is }In a state of eruption. Flatley's body was distance blown of fifty damaged by fire Wednesday to the fUm
note! 'Farmers' Alliance Birmingham. At Thomas's furnace, Amount of silver purchased by the Monongahela a of 10000.

The Atlanta and Florida Air Llno.road are springing up all over the newspapers State of three miles out of town the backing treasury department Wednesday, 813,000 ards. Oil Company gave the Mrs. C. II. Olm'tend, of Savannah, and

-- is now open for travel. Nebraska. Kansas doesn't seem to bo train met an out-going fJ''kh*, train and ounces. The Standard tho north-western oil fields Mrs. W. II. Fclton Cartcmille. hav
Every train from the north now brings the only State in the Union that 1s thoroughly there was a terrible collision. Several The total population of South Dakota producers Wednesday mornIngby been appointed lady matmgtM from

in ft lot Of visitors to Florida. awake to their own interest." and passenger number in the wounded.rear coach were killed is 327,848, aft increase in ten years of another again black reducing eye Buckeye oil 21 centson Georgia of the World's Fair in Chicago.
t Peento peach, leConte )pear and Japan *-* to Those woundedwere 229.580. the barrel, the price now being 80 MOM thnn 60,000 copies of the "Life

plum trees are blooming around Panama Alliance The Fre Lanes (Ashland, 111.) is the five dead brought are reported Birmingham.to be under Four the of The troubles between the ship owners cents. This is the third drop in buying of Jifferson Davis," by Mrs. Davis, bars

Park. paper for several surrounding wre k, but the names are not and employes at. Liverpool will probablybo figures within as many weeks. The feeling been sold by subscription. Mrs. Davia
counties. yet ascer
3. Gambrcll has been appointed It says: "It is good wages talned. a lockout. is one of great unrest will receive a handsome royalty on each
postmaster that makes business Gnd _____________ __ among operators
un that sold.
prosperous j >
r at Homosassa, Citrus county, vice der the The funeral of Justice Miller, of the and it- is freely predicted copy

,R. H. Jones, resigned. thorough present organization competive the system the FRANCE'S TARIFF BILL United States supreme court, took placein the price will reach the old figure of 15 The Presbyterian synod of North Coro-

The shipments of iced fish from Tarpon the only means which workers is Keokuk, la., Saturday. cents a barrel before Christmas. lina convened in its seventy-seventh BQ-

,Springs and all along the coast are in be maintained."by good wages can ADMITS COTTON RAW SILK AIm WOOL Advices of Wednesday from the villageof The Missouri nod Arkansas division of nual session at Wilmington on Wednes-

creasing daily, and tho amount shipped as TREE-OF DUTT. St. Anne des Monte, Quebec, reporttwo the St. Louis Arkans' and Texas rail day. The attendance of delegates and

If limited tho amount of ice that feet of the there. commonly known as the visitors was very large.
f only by At a convention of the Farmer's Mutual A Paris dispatch : M. Roche min snow on ground road company
the fishermen can obtaIn.Representa'tJve. Benefit Association of the State of later of commerce,says introduced in, the The commissioner of pensions on Monday "Cotton Belt," extending from Bir4'1PoInt A shipment of seven hundred tons of

of tho English syndicate Illinois, in Springfield( Wednesday, the chamber of deputies, Monday, general appointed eighty-four clerks at $1,000 Me., opposite Cairo, toTexarkann, coal was made from Lftmberh's Point,
who have purchased the Augusta, following resolution was adopted : "We customs tariff bill. It provides a maxi per annum each, through the civil service. Ark., was sold public auction und>'r a Va., to London, Monday, the first ship

''Tallahassee and GnU railroad report that favor the J passage of the Paddock bill, mum tariff applicable to products imported Captain Sir Richard Francis Burton, decree of the federal court, given last ment of steamer coal ever made from the

---f the rails have already been ordered to but oppose any measure of taxation such from countries not conceding well known for his explorations in Africa July to the Mercantile Trust Company, ol South to Europe. .

complete the road to the Ocklocknee a* tho Conger compound lard bill which commercial advantages to France, and ft and other countries, died in London New York. It was purchased by the Louis reorganization The case of Dr. James Woodrow deposed

4 ..lirer.air.. _. is class legislation, taxing, one I industry minimum.. tariff .reserved for. countries.! Monday. committee, General for teaching "evolution," came up
of the former company -
-- for the benefit Fitzgerald, president
John urort was married a few days of another. consenting to customs regulations. It is Secretary Windom has written a letterto for again a few days ago in the Charleston
bidder $6,000,000.
since in Walton county to lIEs :Mary 55 calculated to benefit French trades Agricultural President Palmer, of the world's exposition being the Presbytery n.the. _doctor's. applicationfor

Wallace. )fro Croft is a bachelor who The Territorial Tople (Purcell, Indian product figuring exclusively in which he says the salaries of membership. The application

has arrived at the ago of 68 years wIth. Ter.) says: "All have now had an opportunity in the maximum class will not be- Considered the officers have been placed at too high BUSINESS OUTLOOK. denied by a vote of 6 to 17.

out yielding to Cupid's wiles, and Misi to read the Constitution and in any arrangement with the a figure. Books of subscription to the Opclika,
Wallace is laws of the Industrial Union in these the materials DCHJJ' co., KEPOUT GREAT 1MTIIOVE-
a well-preserved lady of 70. power Among raw those There is that syndicate Ala., waterworks company were openedon
columns and satisfy themselves as to its will be from which indispensable a rumor a MKST IN ALL DIIIECTIOS8.
There is considerable inquiry among object and methods. exempt duty ire headed by the Rothchilds, has purchased the 21st instant. Three companiesare
Its demands
northern and western people about Cedar are to the great manufacturers. The a majority of the stock of the National applying for the franchise, and the
just and for the review of R. G. Dunn &
most The
Key. Some want to move there and are temperate part, products thus admitted free include raw Bank of Mexico. establishment of this important enterprise
fully in line with the policy of those who In all directions the busness
silks and wools.raw hides and raw cotton. Co., says: to be
seeking employment want board seems a certainty
; for yean have fought the battles of the Dispatches from South Dakota state outlook improves and the recent enor-
for the winter; still others wish to purchase that three ol l Bankers of the state ol Tennessee to
the for
people. Rightly managed, as wo are crops of Brown county, moui increase circulation, notwithstanding ,
property, both improved and unlinproved. satisfied that it will be under the efficient MRS. CLEVELAND years, have been failures and the people the money markets, are growing tho number of seventy-five, representingabout

l leadership given in the Territory, are absolutely without food. stringent. Exports have become remarkably $200,000,000 of capital convenedin
A party of about twenty-five members this istdestiocd to become an important TARTS Tilt: :MACHINERY OF ALADAM.'sSTATE The Press club of Chicago has extended large, and domestic trade is Memphis Wednesday morning for the

''of the American Gas Light association, branch of the army in the war between FAIB AIm EXPOSITION IX MOTION. an invitation to ex-President such that the exchanges outside of New purpose of forming an association for tho

which, recently finished its annual convention the people and the monopolists." The Alabama state-fair and exposition Cleveland to speak at the auditorium York exceeded last week's by 155 per protection of the banking interests.

in Savannah, before returning homemade a's i, was at under the auspices of the club. cent. Trade i, strong everywhere. The The annual meeting of stockholders of
opened Birmingham
flying trip to Jacksonville and The Proffreitttt Farmer (Mt. Vernon, most favorable conditions., Monday The, under The navy department has decided tc output of cotton is increasing. The the Baltimore and Ohio railroad via, held
I, t. Augustine on a tour of inspection. HI.) has the following: "We are not try was tot in motion by Mr*. Grover award the contract for furnishing the shoe trade is brisk. The supply of in Baltimore Tuesday. All the old directors
gas men come from all over tho country ing to organize a party. We are not car Cleveland from Lennox, Mass. She forgincs for the batteries of the new leather equals consumption. Almost all were re-elected, with the excep-

lag a cent'about party. We are organizing touched button in the telegraph office battleships to the Bethlehem Iron Worksof trade is good in Philadelphia. Throughout tion of George G. Scott, of New York,

"Tho sponge business, as a distinctive relief, and we shall have to overthrow there at 12 o'clock, and in a moment the Bethlehem, Pa. the west trade is fair to good. At who is succeeded by Decatur Axtcll, of

business for Cedar Key, is slowly coming the bosses before we can get it. machinery wo in 'motion. The attendance St. Louis trade is strong. At Savannah Richmond, Va.
Tho sultan of Zanzibar has surrenderedto
to tho surface. She is most admirably Those voters who imagine a few scheming trade is brisk. '
at the The of the has
: opening was large. German for markshis secretary treasury

located with reference to the sponge fields politicians about the county towns ?, 4,000,000 sovereign The increase in the output of pig iron awarded a gold life-saving medal to
:and markets, and should have a rapid increase .. are "the parties," will be offended, but The New Mahdl. East African rights over const which that portion is leased of to the in September, according to The Iron Thomas M. Webb, of Wilmington, :N.

in the number of vessels engaged those who recognize In political parties a German East African Jig ft report, was 44 per cent, and the C., for rescuing Miss J. J. Hayes and
In the business. Those in the work are grand aggregation of honest people for Company. weekly output, 170.203 tons, was 13.0 Hiss Irene Jackson from at

,doing splendidly.An the public good, will gladly aid in kick- Much indignation is expressed in Dispatches from Paris say: The city per cent larger than a year ago. Yet Wrightsvillo Beach N. C.drowning in

English syndicate has closed a con- ing the wire pullers and tricksters overboard France over the,fact that Samadoo, the is horrified nt what seems to be a suicide. four more Virginia furnaces are to begin last. August

tract with the Florida Central and Pen and freeing the parties from such so-called West of Africa Mahdi. who recently epidemic. For some time past as manyas work within a few weeks, with a capacity -
insular railroad for a lease of 230 fruit hurtful incumbrancc" made a treaty of friendship with twelve to eighteen suicides have been of 3,500 tons weekly. Of the textile The Presbyterian synod of South Car

and vegetable cars for a period of seven 55* the English followed up by purchasing reported daily. On Sunday the total industries the increasing demand for cot olina, in session at Yorkville, has

years at a stipulated sum month. The Farmerf Alliance (Jacksonville, from tho British large quantity of gunsand was eleven.A ton and wool bears witness, though the unanimously adopted the report of the
The contract for the building of the 230( Fla.,) 88111 'It is most encouraging to cartridges, and thereupon proceededto passenger train on the Kcokuk: and production of print cloths at prices i* intcroynodical committee favoring the

(cars has been awarded to Blame Bros of note tho great interest and activity manifested attack the French.Notwithstanding Western railroad, Monday, struck a held unprofitable.The establishment of a Presbyterian university -

Green Cove Spring./ in all the counties in getting up hU guns ho got the I wagon at a toad crossing, three miles number of hogs packed at the in one of the south Atlantic states.A .

The Anclote and Rock Island creditable exhibits for the Alliance Exposition worst of the fight his favo'Ito commander east of Cetreville, la. Three occupants west from March 1st to October 1st was special agent of the interior department

located at Sponge has at Ocala." Savas Pasha, being killed in a hand- of the wagon, Isaac Drown,wire and son, 7,965,000, aga'nst 3,020,000 lost year, an for tho collection of census statistics -
company Tarpon Springs It has also the following: "The Alliance to-hand fight with French lieutenant were instantly killed. increase of nearly 35 per cent. regarding tobacco, says he finds

begun operations.all their They have from now received in Florida has been quite modest in Senegalese troops. Samudos is now engaged The census bureau, on Monday, announced Speculation in wheat has made further that North Carolina is this year leadingall

}Vest, and are fitting equipment out their various Key Its demands for men in the present campaign in rousing tho people of the Western the following populations: progress this week, the price rising 1} the sixteen states in which tobacco is
has been content to have the dom. Soudan for an attack on the French. in the increase of the
Tcssel and sending them the to ; State of Oregon. 812,400; increase, 137- cents on small ales. But exports are : grown, acreage,
on gulf
inant party make the selections. Wouldit He is said to be as peculiar an individual value of the and in the
the reef gathering fast 722; per cent, 78.80. State of Wisconsin practically stopped; in September only average product
as as they
can get crews together.sponges be immodest in the Alliance to put ina as the original Mahdi, who caused (corrected), 1,083,697; increase, 368,. : 895,259: bushels, against 2,223,104 last quality of the tobacco.
so much trouble to the British in
claim for a "full blood" for the United Egypt. SO1). 27.99 cent. went from Atlantic The
or per year ports. Corn also : freight depot of the Mobile and
,Governor Fleming has appointed 11ev.D. States senate That's the battle field and Born in the kingdom of Bornu his
Original stores in all goes abpad but little, havIng adva.ct.4!! Iirmin:1am;: railway at MobilC'l 11'11&tQ:1lr '
If. Bryan chaplain of the state prison we want Roman there." mother was a Nubian slave of an Arab package reopened Ia..i
James '(cit of ElJa..iUe.zto public for trader. parts of Kansas Saturday under the decision {- dtpg! 9 Jtt only 1'n wWls } d c1ryed j 'Y oe
:) ash
oats hive rises 00ita. nul lli
H 'tJnrt 'l
of the United States court at Topeka: ][ 110.00 U LUidUl Filty Quat-
ue state at large, unaries u. .ncwoii' : no- His father took good care of him, and -
The officers of the Farmers' Alliance of on Friday that the old law movement of cotton is extraordinarily Icr kegs of powder exploded blowing
tary public for Lake couuty, E. A. Black- a* he grew up he became imbued with prohibition ,
contaff notary public for the state at large Alabama held a meeting at Birmingham the idea that it was his mission to restore was inoperative against original packages large in September, 207,000,000 pounds, out the brisk walls, two carloads of Jute

and J. II. IIoso inspector of timber and Wednesday night, which was largely d.,- the sumpremacy of the prophet in West notwithstanding the recent act of against 170,000,000 pounds last year, and bagging and seventy-nine rolls of white

lumber for Liberty county. yoted to a discussion of the state laws ern Africa The King of Bornu, noticing congress. in October thus far there is a large increase paper consigned to The Register were destroyed. .

governing railroads and the power of tho that tho ambitious The Ohio house helped by yielding in price of The loss on'freight is
man was
on Saturday morning
,What is known as the Panel | eatmate
Orange railroad commission.
A of I.lIS ceut this week.
comparison ordered him be after Exports of provis at fifteen or twenty thousand
"Box has been in to decapitated a a stormy session, refused to pass the dollars.
company, organized rates several roads ions
freight on was made are also in
Orlando by Messrs. G. W. Papot, A. O. with the rates In Georgia and the rate other ambitious youths. Samudoo senate compromise bill, giving the government $1118610 very value September Phosphate finds and pholphlt property
Branhsm and E. A. Pearce for the was warned by a friend, said to havo power to remove members of the 13,707,645 around Ocala, taken
pur. in Alabama were found to bo higher. It last and this also
pose of manufacturing the box sentiment of the been one of the Sultan's, and lien to Sen Cincinnati board of improvements, and year, continues: prices on new life since the successful negotiation .
orange that
was meeting being steady.
recently invented by the first named egal. There he curbed his fanaticism providing for a new board, with an election of the hard rock phosphate property
should have
railroad law The
a similarto new tariff has caused
A with Under Christian protection until the disturbances next April.A an advance in Citrus county to Me,
eman of
plant a capacity the in in representing
one Georgia, and that the powerof in prices of some kinds of goods wh'ch! Raatz
Bornu tempted him to re- ,
,600 boxes per day will be established. the commissioner should be enlarged.A Washington dispatch says: A. B. together with the rise resulting from the a wealthy Grmauy.

The for which committee was appointed to turn.The Mullctt, formerly supervising architect partial failure of syndicate. The new deal mke pay
crop report September, prepare a dissatisfied element him crops, has moved
up ment of cash
of (25,000
the treasury, suicided Monday night. and a royalty of 11
include bill the desired the
report forty counties out making changes, which general level of prices
lender and
at a made himself master materially, ton the
of the foot follows will be submitted to the next Ho designed the New York postoffico I leAS than per company agreeing to mine-
forty-five, up a* : legislature of the country, displaying! too little military though 1 per cent on all commodities 175,000 tons
building and the in for the of
building Washington per year term
Long cotton, 87 per cent; short cotton. for passage. ability. The king of Bornu was one slice October 2. tl
.79'{ sugar cane, lul; sweet potatoes, 103; a.- of his prisoners and Samudoo sat downto used jointly by the state, war and navy Failures number 103 compared with yea >

rice 63J field peas, 00 j peanuts 08; hay A letter in'the Southern All mc, Farmer his first dinner in the royal palace with departments. the corresponding week of last year of A Floience, Ala., special of Wednesday -
'100 tobacco 00) 63 lemons The members of the Window Glass 182. says: Much excitement
: ; oranges, ; signed "Georgitsn"bas the following: the monarch's head on a plate before prevailsover
63; limes. 04; grapefruit, 07; pineap To judge the Alliance movement correctly him. lIe is now master of a considerable JIIlLnuracturerl' Association, who held a the discovery of natural gas, seven

pleat 83; bananas, 73, and guavas 88. and to form a just estimate of the haw of West Africa, and the British preliminary meeting in Chicago several CANNOT BE GRANTED. miles from this city, by H. O. Weller

Property: in the vicinity of Green Cove influence it may be able to exert throughout have been glad to purchase his friendihlu weeks ago, convene 1 again \Vednesdny, and months others. I has been known fo
and elected
Springs: is booming on every hand. The the country, wo should consider the -4 San Francisco Chronicle officers. It'os decided PETITION OF TOBACCO UEHCIIANTS TO past g existed in this sec
that tion and
the offices of the ,
great phosphate beds in that general company TUB!: TREASURY DEPARTMENT. several surveys have been made
(Clay:) county four great pr ociple* which form the shall be In for this
are turning out the. products beyondthe foundation upon which it has erected Hi i :History of the Potato. Pittsburg. and purpose Prominent geologists
most sanguine expectations of therporatiolls. political edifice. To state them briefly Tue bar of the Supreme court of the Application has been made to the eper have relied forcibly oa indi

Large improvements and in their final analysis, they are: There never was a time in the historyof United States held a .meeting in Wash treasury department by importers whq cati been
extensions of, railroads are being, made. First: The overthrow of sectionalism. America, since it was inhabited by ington Monday and appointed a commit had tobacco in the bonded warehouses accomplished.The .

Steamboats and barge are being built Second; A reduction of taxation to white people, when the potato was not teu to prepare resolutions commemorative prior to the pa nge of the act of October Mississippi constitutional conven-

to facilitate the transportation In this the needs of government economically cultivated, a* it was introduced into Virginia of the services of the late Justice 1st, 1890, for pcrm'ssion: to with lion adopted an ordInanc Saturday ex

; grand product of the country administered. before it was cultivated in Ireland, Miller, and the meeting then adjourneduntil draw the same at the weights ss ascer tending the terms the present state

A enterprise i* soon to commence Third: State and interstate control and and it was In cultivation there in 1S84 December 6th. tained at the time of said withdrawals. eflic'ers where installed in

operation at McClcnny that will be of regulation of railroads. when Sir Walter Raleigh supplied the A convention of railroad clerks of the These applications are based on the and whose terms would have January last,,

immense advantage to the farming indus Fourth: A sound, stable and flexible send to the farmer on his estate in that United States will be held in Cleveland second proviso of section 50 of the tariff January 1894 to expired in

tt). Tho building is erected and the currency, based upon the :great staple Uland. To call it the Irish potato ii Ohio., on October 29th, fee the purposeof act, which prescribes that "when duties was done in order, to January allow,the 1800. This of

machinery on the ground for a rice mill. crop and issued by the general govern. therefore a misnomer. It was broughtto organizing the National Association of are based on the weight of the merchan. the county and district tr

There is a large area of lands in tho meue In accordance with laws of supply North America from Chili and Peru by Railroad Clerks. Delegates ate expected dire deposited in any public or private elected b
vicinity that is especially suitable for upland and demand. the Spaniards, and was first cultivated in from Boston, Troy Buffalo, Kansas City bonded warehouse, said duties shall be state officers January, so,that to expire with the

rice, and it said that fifty bushels of .*. Europe by these people. The Jerusalem St. Louis, Cairo III, Detroit and several levied and collected upon the weight of all be for four hereafter they will

rice per acre is no uncommon crop. The The following notice has been sent out artichoke was pot in use before the potato points in Texas.A such merchandise" at the time of iu withdraws same electe years and at th

lack of facilities for preparing it for home to the county and sub-Alliances of Georgia as it was introduced into Europe from Paris dispatch says: In an inter- !. Assistant Secretary Spauldine The tme -
for the has South America only in 1873, but it was view William says that after a careful consideration of Mississippi constitutional conven
use or market heretofore prohibited I by President Peek, of the State Ex. Monday O'Brien declaredthat tion
probably used in Brazil as a substitute the matter the department is proceeded Tuesday morning to th-
the cultivation of this cereal to I change; he attached no importance to the reports of the
any considerable extent Now the bar. "It was decided in the meeting of the for the potato long before that time. of rivalry said to exist between opinion that such applications cannot be consideration of the rjport. of the committee

rier i* removed, and a large acreage will Board of Directors of the State Exchange No other known tuber was used for the. the Irish societies in the United States. granted visa inasmuch as under the first pro on corporatons. which wa

be planted tho coming leuon.r" on September 83d 1890, that it would be ame purpose as the potato before its introduction Such reports,he said,were always set afloat ;' of said section special privilege is adopted. tnt reads .
into is conferred
far known
\ '' he cenius bureau Washington advisable for each County or Sub-Alli Europeso as on the eve of the departure of an Irish upon merchandise which like follows: "CorratiOtllhl1ll be
and there Oatmeal tobacco ii
."announce population of the second ance to elect from their ranks the best probably was uone. mission to that country. subject to increased duties under only which
lorida business man to act a* trade agent in peas and barley were used iu various ways under the new tariff act, of allowing* it to from time to time altered repealed.
the or
enumeration district as follows: for food before the potato wo known in At a meeting of local board of directors bo withdrawji for at The b

Calhoua county', 1,071. an increase 91; making their purchase from the State that IuropSew[ York Times. of the world's fair at Chicazo. time prior to Fcbnurv. consumption tot... >.....*. ....,_ any*,._ niter! legislature or amend Ihl have the power t
Columbia.,13.344. an Increase of 3,233; Exchange! especially! fertilizers, and Wednesday night, it w.s ordered that payment- of the ----a ir-'" LUll Any charter or cirnors-
the Exchange would pay sucn agent so the and duty at the lower rates Lions now existing and amendable and
Escambia, 20,007 an increase of 7,041; work of filling piling the lake prescribed
frankUn,8,271. a decrease of 1,480; cents per tou oa each sale of fertilizers, Doctoring the Druj litore*. front should begin as soon as tho by old taritl'ICtS.. any that may hereaiter bo created, whenever -

Gftdsden 11,873, an increase of 291; this being one-half the commission/ contracts can be let, About sixty acres DICKINSON'S( in their opnicm it miyboforthe.

Hamilton, 8,477 ao. increase of 1,033; allowed by the companies for such sales, There b a new way of doctoring In of submerged laud will bo used. $ OOOOO -PROGRAM. public interest t do so, provided how-
Holmes. 4.8SU: an increase of 2,160 to be paid when fertilizer are settled for the city" write a pharmaceutist. "1 will be provided for the purpose. ELABORATE FLU FOB THE the ever, no injustice shall be done t

Jackson, 17,492 Increase 8,120; Jefferson Of course the goods are to be sold atmanufacturers' don't mean that there are new remedies Tuesday morning every window glass OF TUE WORLD'S riia BCII.DI.NO.Secretary DEDICATION. ) eurp".dion and no charter for any

13,690, decrease 360; Lafayette prices. The County or and treatments. There are young doctors factory Findlay Ohio went into the \ | cOfllr.iion for pecuniary JFWI
3.C09, increase. 8,441 Leon decrease Bub-Alliauc ill at liberty to pay such business is such has >hal 'I ;gruutetl fo looker iwriutl than: ,
; 17,735. I whose not aj warrants an neiv trust which been organize to Dickinson of the World' U .
it .
t 1,937Liberty\ 1,449, increase 87; agent whatever amount Such may office, and they go about liVe doctor in control the production and sale of window Columbian exposition, has .i.etJ.uill "" -
services worth. prepared
: H4 M4dison,4,283dom 610; ftmta Rosa, think his are the olden times, from pillar to post. glass. This trust embraces all the elaborate plan for the exercUcs and an .
1 V 7,948, increase 1,303: ; Suwannre, IO. OJ, agent would bo expected to be held Take it in this store, example. I know window glass houses in the United States monies for the dedication of the cere.'
for the execution
increase 8,844; Taylor, 2.J 2. decrease responsible proper of four younsj doctors who come in here west of Pittsburg with the tingle exception fair building on October 12, 1892. MEMORIAL'
business wellas The
all contracts as
157; Waknlla 8,109. increase 380 Walton papers, at different and meet plan has
; noun patient of that at Selina 0., which is owned revived the endorsement EXERCISE TO H"
'. 4,81), increase 010; Washington,- collections of note and money due the Then the doctors go from here to other by Findlay parties. each member of the committee and of BE HI AT CHICAGO p

416, increase :3,337: ; t.otsllOP the district, Exchange, or merehantile companlee.FAc1I drug stores, so that by the time the day A Washington dispatch of Wednesday doubtless be ado tell. Jlr. Dickinson will JOY'hBE
would be wake
I required to -
if 107,817 18.15 per cent increase. The agent U over they have traveled a good to
many A
that Assistant General give, on the Chicago
discharge Attorney Ty- ground
the says and
I f population of P nsacoa! is 11,7 1..q iu- bond to of the his Exchange duties, which proper amount- miles The patient they see do not pay flee, at New Orleans, in a letter to theN the buildings, agn-at interstate and in-in The dispatch* of Tuesday says:
criusof 4.900| 1a1Ldissao,2Ui3au1n. much individually they can't afford it. "national: commemorate on
; has deckled military November
w postmaster that llth
would be determined by the Exchange. i encampment and the death
crease cf ";SU, But they are kick and must be healed, band tournament of Spies, Fisci-
such tx the advertisement in Fraak.: Leslie'*-relative lIe woult have er, Engel and
advisable for to the
It i* agent << I
I who
--- -- and they are not the sort of people whogo UCrciSCI Pln. banged
-- to the dUtnbutk a of begin ou the first in that 'er
and when prize depend. city
elected a* coon as practicable Monday In
A MaN OP] to hospitals. It i* a good thing for ent the sale of I October and conclud" few grain year a"o. Th pro
rsrcs. European premium a Outlined
lit all convenient for agents to point upon day after .1 visit
the sick who can't afford to have doctors October 12th. icld
nrnmeabonds render that The t te
Tt'IlCj1r"'Wllao: tall you name the to Atlanta and familiarize themselvrt newspaper plan suggested Me
the house
to it U for lJickio.iQO
come ; a thing believes
vvaanai;' with their duties, as well as to get fu1L.posted } doctors who are not able to unmailable.An aU the crack will bring together M. &hul of New i 1 h

Towm.J (trcr4 back seot>_lcaa, tell with the workingt of the Ex" office young rent, and it It. good thing; for pay tbt Ottawa dispatch of Monday says: the finest ban4 military organizations and Germ Ifr York i

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,,HAPPINESS.. The soldiers were off In another part"of\ "(bent my whole, ttlnd to the gone; J BUDtiET OF? FUN. blob oUt,,,hand Interspersed with lad :THX SONG AT THE OPKN, 00rirl.

,l *haU'be happy- So I told my heart the country, and Jack's home was left la and tried to lay tome trap sot the Rajah's mountains 44 scarlet lakes. in" door '
I Jiffy mlghbor alt bet open' ,
summer a helpless condition men. After little maneuvering:,X me
Lpoa I"1 shalt be JDOI'JIJnClllanla Happy thou shalt year ago, "The result was that one day we were ceeded/ In taking two of his bishops, one AK C A arn-Awe rATTKXT. Under the fcaves of the locust tree
thy JlUMOnotTS E9 FROM And the Joy of life grows men and mor* ,
i p&rt snrrounded, and after a brave defensewe castle, and both of his knights; but the Little Wlnfijld-"My mumps fed ever
Of mirth and eastings ia the treat world' were captured by a party of natives, reckless queen was still hedging ma in VARIOUS SOUROES. so much better. Do you know any real,. For th. song she sings to ma f fThe
and carried hundred miles I on side herself in song she sings is too&wlth wings
t r t ebow; away a or so every ,putting positions nice tunes!
ahalt hare health and wealth high into the interior. After out capture I i where I could easily have taken her if The Scrt'nade-Cannot Live on BreadAloneConsiderateFortnnate Dr. Bemis-"Why, no. I don't know And the blasts may. bMtud the flood
fame and praise did not get another glimpse of Jack's it had not been a question of life one note from another." may pour, '
Thyplaoe shall bewlth; those who sit above wife for long: time, and I felt consider. or death with her. Evelyn's face was Uxperlentia: Docot-A Rank Little Winfield-"Well, you'd better But tha skies! are blue in the sonj sha, # .

hoa shatt have sunshine on the dullest ; ably worried about her fate. I was carried pale and anxious as she watched ma play, Donation, Eto., Eta practice up. Papa said last night that sing* '
days; before Rajah or native Prince and Itried to give her a reassuring smile ho As shellts In her open door.
And best at all, my heart, thou ebalt have your bill was so large, was going to
lore.} who had rebelled against the British now and then. But the saw how difficultit It Is sad to think that when he sang let you whistle for it."-Frank LuU.'.. XT neighbor's cottage actors tha way
ns, In the morning of my days, I spako I rule. The Rajah was a great chess was for me to avoid taking her off the 'Beneath the peaceful stars, Is cosily boilded of straws and strings
Unto my beat and gladly it replied: player and he had been indulging in his chess-board and having her executed so And the wild wood with the echoes rang WELCOME HOME.: Of sticks and feathers and lore and.clay; e

Tha world Is all before us; we can make favorite game before I was brought into that I could win the game and thus fare That From papa his was entrancing.tho one who bars,heard I Duchess of Burrowwitx (to attendant) And the beautiful song shapings;
Joy for ourselves, a his presence. The chess-board was my own life. The lover's call I angled ''
never-ebbing tide. midnight "Who knocks at the castle gales at But never a nest tho1 aver ,
jo'we set out my heart; and I, In mirth, standing before him, while a member of "The Rajah, seeIng my difficulty, lOon While she, his love, caught; not a word, this unseemly hour" Could hold her heart's divine outpour,, -
To seek: for happiness-npon the earth. his court was studying out the problemof became reckless in his playing with his But slept on thro-New It all. York Herald. Attendant (excitedly)-"It is thy eon.He And Heaven bends down to the low. '
checkmating the Rajah's king. In other pieces. I studied to take advan brings with him an American wife brown next "
gave health and wealth; and we were fact, the Prince's men 'were cornered, tage of his folly. I suddenly saw an advantage CONSIDERATE. with a purse large enough to pay all the A.she sings In her open door
glad and the game seemed to be lost. I had that his reckless playing had Jack "I would to the debts."
,Thus, for a season,waiting joys to Steighlate- go family I wonder oft as I hoar her ling
taken I worked it
come always a lively interest in chess, given me, and up carefully.I Duchess with emotion "Admit
very centre of the earth to please you. ( )- my "
od gave us fame and praise,-little sad and when I saw; the predicament in made a more: he fell into the trap with Miss "MyltUenelghborhaveyoanooaree .
Bored-"You needn't so far son and tho purse.lell orb lV'uHy.
We were, my heart and I, amid the humf which the Rajah had gotten his men, I the very next move. Two or three swift as that. Just go. ,. A cherry ripe and a moth awing ,
homo.Epoch.Exr'ERixiTIA -
\01ceatauding us, till one more dear began to study the positions of the pieces moves followedand the Rajah's king was go Are all her dainty fare.
Than all the rest, spake gentle words and while the rest of the prisoners were be. checkmated."It Eta BIO TROUT A 1couTnruL."But Fain would I do some service true 1 +
iwet- ing examined.: so astonished the native Fiinco : DOCET Tom dear, where is the. big For the song that has blast ma o'er and r

eta we grew Jubilant with right good cheer; "Well that ho jumped to his feet and made a "What was it the toronaut said when trout you said you caught o'er
And happiness came on with flying feet, | ,and in'my eagerness I forgot'my circle or two around his head with a he fell out of tho balloon and struck the "Oh, that one I Why-yes, of course But Heaven does all that love can do .'i oar
position, when I discovered an ave earth with the usual dull thud I"' -well I took that trout and it looked '
near-but passed. Alas! my heart of heavy sword. But he was a man of his For the bird at the open door.
and I, nue I escape, for the nearly checkmated word; and after looking at'the chessboard "He remarked that this was a hard so good I cooked it and ate it on tho -Ma TT. Benbarn, in Indeptn'dtnt.( .
,king stepped forward and made
a "
world. tfeto Tort Sun. And of Maude I
j We could not hold the radiant wanderer with a minute or two to convince him spot. speaking eating, ,
move ,Rajah's bishop. The
that dinner. I
fast, self there was no cheating, he turned to wish you'd hurry up
court player looked at me in astonishment ,
One rose-touch of her lips In fleeting by for a moment and then movedone me and told me that I had played well. CANNOT LIVE o t BREAD ALOJTE. haven't had a mouthful to-day. PITH ANDPOINT.A .

Was onn-one precious look-the first of his I,followed it with In reward of my good playing I was to Young,Me Watty-"My beloved Angelina And then :Maude for the first time a !

'the last another move pawns., and, in less than up fifteen hare my liberty, along with the remaining let me be your bread winner aU doubted her husband's veracity.-liarpcr't state coatrolod by a ring-Mar. t

..She wm return, we said, with love' new minutes I had his king checkmated. I white chess-men on the board. These through life." JJaiar. riago '

birth; I clapped my hands in triumph then, and consisted of the queen, Jack's wife, aud Angelina-"I want a man who can -- preferred creditor-One who never I
there must be happiness for us on earth. : on looking up saw the Rajah watching) three English soldiers. win a little pie.."-We,t SAore.PoRTIINATE. A DREADED ruBSIBIT.rTT. presents his bill.-Texai Siftlngi. .

I We lost fair health, my heart and I, and fell mo closely. Ho had been an interested liTho Kajah wu true to his word, and She-"I've nearl.worrled myself sick In a cat fight the victor generally wins
Bore that afternoon we were conducted oat of through fear that tho difficulty about MJT*
f sick; were sorrowful, found dreary spectator of the game. by a scratch.-PMladeJfKla Ttma.
ways. "That game of chess saved my life tho Rajah's territory, and started safelyon Mrs. Pancake (to tramp)-"And have Alaskan" seals will lead to war with Eng We are troubled by house-flies (in lum-: "

I We lost our wealth, and none drew near to for a short time. I was sent to prison, our way to Calcutta. The rebellion, you any children!" land. in winter flies. '
had been there and the Ho-"You art too IIns tivelYlYDpa. mer; snow -WMlnjto*, kIlateAet.
h. tell but not condemned death. The next quelled Englishwere Tramp-"No, mum. I '
[ r" Of comfort waiting ns in better days day, and in fact every day for several again in power. When'wo reached Mrs. Pancake (with a sIgh of relief)- thetic, my dear. I might not go to the .
I Cot where is happiness Alack 1 we find weeks, I was brought out of tho prison the( city we had no difficulty( in finding "Thut's lucky for them."-Lift. front if we had a war." I I Before a'gIrl is married she is pen. i)
Jack who the She-"I wasn't thinking of that, but slve. After marriage she is epeas ...
n She U not ours to beckon.M we list; and commanded to play chess with the was nearly desperate over -
<7*have no maglo spell wherewith tobind Prince. He was 'far from being a poor loss of his wife. A BANK: DONATION. you ,see if war does come military,blue Statesman. '
.. This rare, bright visitant to earth. We player; but after I had:aet kin several "You can easily imarino the meeting jjumpaoy-"iJioDson, it u Bald that'gi sthat become the fashionable color and" Wa suppose a nose may bo said to be '
.m! eed times 'I felt confident' that I could beat that took place between them; and it ia ft blinds the eye.'" suits my complexion: so poorly. broke when it hasn't got a scent.-Uinghamton }
needless to that I their ideal and I believe it since Chieagt Pott.FLKCTJUO. Leader.A .
: The royal road happiness; bnt lot him. From policy's sake, h'oworer.I1et say was Blobson-"Yes, ,
.,i tkunetblng- .. is saved_ us from. the wrack of him win most of the 'games; which hero ever afterwards. They heaped all I smoked that cigar! you gave.; mo lost man is not only known by the com.
all; seemed to please him immensely. This sorts of kindness upon me, and made me evening."Burlington Frit Prut. roll TEns. pony ho keeps, but by the cigars ho gives, ri

tVe. have"content, though doubtful blessings sort of thing went on for a long time, really ashamed of myself. Every Christ. Tom (at tho club-"Jack, you lire an away.-Somtnittt Journal., .' S
>.r go, until I began to got restless and anxious mat I am now reminded of that game THE FAHTIIEn THE BETTER. electrical expert. Your sister adores I The trouble with tho milkman' that ,
And peace entwines our crosses great and to learn what my fate was to be. I be. with living chessmen and of Jack aud his Tom-"Fred wants to borrow five dol. you, and I adore your sister. She laughs I he Is not willing to let 'well enough

i, I small. gan to look around 'to discover some wife, by receiving some elaborate present lars of you, Jack." at mo for my ignoranco of tho science.: I alone.-Vt'vthlngton; llatc1l t. t
We, learn, my heart and I, the world's true means of escape; but the prison was from India. The present, though, thatI Jack-"\Yhnt docs he want it fort" Give mo some! pointers." (
worth, guarded! so carefully that my chances valuo the most highly, is small ivory Tom-"He's going away." Jl\ck-IIWelll"' The waves sro about tho only thing i .
And seek for happiness-but not on earth. were very poor. chessboard with pieces in exact imitationof Jack-"doing away? Good. Hero'sten.Epoch. Tom-"What's a volt?" that enjoy the sands of seashore, resort '

/t All the Tear Hound "One day I was cal1e ?into the Rajah'spresence those living chessmen who played In Jack-"Pressure." gratis.-Chicago lilt r.OC 4*. 'v

earlier in the day than common, that memorable: game. Whenever I play Tom-"What's an ampere?" Teacher-"FredJyi how ir tho earth
THE LIVING and I instinctively felt that I was going' with it I think of that critical timo in VERY: rilODABtE. Jack-"Quantity." divided Freddy-"Between ..them ,+ t'
p OHESS-ME1V there to learn my fate. I was led into my life when there war only a straw First I made Tom-"What's an ohm!" that's got it and thom that wants !it.'?-*
Burglar-"Say, a great '
between and death..Dmaorut' Jack "Resistance." London lit-BUt. ,,
another of the mo fI
of! part royal quarters, a place haul last night. Got u pile of booty 1"
f BY OEOHOE E. WALSH. that I had never entered before. I was Magazine. Second Ditto-"That so? What did Tom (same evening in the parlor- I :Ma-"Why did you thrash Tommy to)
; "This game reminds me of a great conducted between two lines of soldiers, crack?" "Lucy, dearest, why this ohm to tha brutally?" Bobby-"I wu ,playin' 1
ehes -gamo that I once played," said the until a spacious balcony,whore tile Rajahwas Maklnr Canes nnd Umbrella Handle. you First Burglar-"A shoo store.- volt of my hand? Do you not realize tho I wua per lice man, an* I had to do it or I

Captain, as he Checkmated his oppo. I sitting was reached. The balcony The art of making walking-sticks and Lawrence Ameriean. ampere,ray love!" spoil the game."-Epoch. > ,

ient'.king, and drew back his chair to overlooked ft great courtyard, which was umbrella handles has been greatly developed Lucy (rapturously)-"My: own I I am lie (looking at the clock)-"Bless me,,

begin a story. "It was the great game thronged with people and native soldiers. duriQg tho last forty years. Form. POOR DOT PROUD. yours."_Pittdiurg BuU tin,. how time flies I I had no Idea ft was 10
of tny life<< ," ho continued, "and I shall In the centre of the courtyard was a erly, only a fow native woods and some "Will assist old late." She (yawning"Bett r late thin,, '
never, forget it. In fact, we were play. large vacant space 1 divided up into large I foreign species were used for these pur Tramp who-has seen you better days" an THE DOCTOR'S MISTAKE.: never."-Ttxai Siftingi. .
ing with living chess-men. You don't squares of altcratiog black and white I poses. There is now hardly any limit to man If old Dr. Todd, of the R- Modileal I
I "Would like a little workl"TrampuNo Sophia (engaged to Angelo yesterday) t
believe it, eh? WeU, just listen to my marble. It was, in fact a huge chess. the material that can be turned to account you College, where he is one of tho most _"Oh don't "
miss the of are going Angelo
and. board laid out in the most for the under consideration ; memory learned and valuable lecturers has you ,
lory, "ou'llthink such playing as costly way. purpose better days prevents me from doing a pot you've only been here thirteen hours, ant '
this mere'fooling." "As a great lover of the game, I in. / nnd manufacturers keep a keen any hobby, is it "emphysema." The doctor
manual laborl"-MIlIUtV'1 Wtelly. scorns so lonely without youl"Lift.'
K We had been playing for nearly two stinctly uttered an exclamation: of surprise lookout for new sources of material and has a theory that directly conflicts with

tours, and the Captain's skill had won. aid pleasure. My position was such novelties in sticks and fashion. The cultivation A DELICATE KECOQ5ITI02T.Lcgalcap the beliefs of nearly all of tho other emi How I'm wise lure and we'clall good be the happier world tar would, be, t

,, His love for the game of chess was only that I could see every one of the sixty- of sticks for the market has nont practitioners of the world. lie holds If heaven had but created u* s
second to,his love for his profession, and four squares. While I was still looking, been taken up as a business at some -"A client addressed me that all players upon wind instruments As wise and good as wa think wa are { :
his life as a soldier had given him plentyof the crowd at ono side fell back, and four places in continental Europe, and special familiarly this morning: aa "Old Hone." havn disc-nod lungs. The affection so -.Mumry.bliss : ,
1 opportunities to gratify his passion in elephants, two draped with black and attention is often paid to making the i Brcefcr-"Had he just paid his bill" contracted ho calls "emphysema." Twice Frostlquo-"Beautiful children

this particular; two with white, entered, and took their rocta grow into shapely forms for the "Yes; why?" a year he lectures learnedly on emphysema invariably become ugly 'as they/ grow

t I" 'You remember I spent a couple years places at the four corners of the strange handles. A London manufacturing establishment "Perhaps it was his way of telling you He has even been hoard to remark older." Miss Caustlquo.-"What 'a

In India, when a young fellow, and dur chess-board. Small castle-shapedstruc- the floor space of which that you were a splendid charger."-.. V i that through this malady, discovered beautiful child you must have been I"- }
Ingthattime Imet with many ad ventures ture were on their backs, which made nearly covers nn acre, have extensive Tort Sun. i by hh n ell, his name will bo handed Mun, v. j I"
that none of you have ever heard. Although them look like the castles of the chess. storehouses filled: with native and foreign down to tho future ages. As we now Mrs Gummey-"Edison says that no
I have seen considerable service board. Then came in the knights, two sticks, from which stock is drawn as it THE TAILOR'S OFFER.: peak of "Brlght's disease," so will fu. experiment which he has tried at nightever

since thenand some hard worltond fighting horsemen; on white steeds, and two on is wanted, for the shops. These, as they "Hypnotism is a great thing.: I can turo generations refor to "Todd's dlsease. *- failed." Oummey-"Then be never

,!think, on the whole, that these two black. These also took their proper positions grow, are often very crooked, and have hypnotize any one; and what I desire ." One day a tall, code verouilook. tried to walk his baby to sleep! ,"-.J7ii.'
years were the most exciting of my on the chess-board. Fools, or to be straightened. A heap of sand is the subject to do, he does" lug individual entered Dr. Todd's clinio. York Sun. .

life. We were on the constant go, clowsthen took the places of the bishops, provided on the top of a very hot stove, ",'3ee here, professor," said the little i A glanco sufficed to show that the pa. Old Mr. 0rump" You seem to be

then, and if wo weren't hunting men, which is the custom in the Oriental into which the: sticks are plunged, and tailor, "I'll give you ten per cent on all I tient was in tho last stages of consump. fond of sweet things, Dobb,.". Bobby
ewe were hunting wild beasts in the jun.files. countries. Two wero Hindoos, and the kept till they have become pliable. "The tho collections you can hypnotize out of tion. _"Yes, pa, but I suppose I'U'be fond

other two were captured Englishmen.Then workman then takes the crooked.. uO' stick_ ____ my customcr.Bua "What li your occupation" inquired of my bitters when I'm a* old u you."
t My friend Captain Rawden was an eight Hindoo soldiers took the while it is still hot and inserts it in a the doctor. "," Siftinfft.{ ; ;
officer of the aide and notch cut in a stout board, placed at an Msb OF DILL. "I in band wheezed
I English stationed at Calcutta at places pawns on one A DIFFERENT play a hoarsely Aunt Theo-''Tommy! Pm surprised,
'.....the time he invited me to visit him. He eight English soldiers were placed in a anglo inclined from him, where he Hoggs-"Say, Ilardup has a hundred .ho poor sufferer. forgot Bible 'so cklsl'Now)
.; had just taken a wife in that far-off row on the opposite side. The two kings bends and strains it. When it has be. dollar bill this morning." "Aha exclaimed Dr. Todd, turningto you when the rain your descended and smote th, JWl'
aud in lied entered, one a white man, and the como perfectly straight it is thrown downto tho class "what have I often told
Country, they were living happily Gobbs-"Ho has I A one dollar bill so earth for forty days, what wu it called I
'r. A neat little short distance of other a Hindoo, and both richly dressedin cool, after which it becomes rigid and Moro have fine
place a out Is more than he usually has. Did he get you, gentlemen wo] a Tommy ( "Mud -&cad.
promptly)- ;
.; the city. lIe wanted me to come out magnificent robes. The two queens permanent in its lines. Heat is an important it changed case of emphysema." Then followed a *
see him,. and, above all, to select a followed, carried in on sedan chairs. One element in this matter, and pro. Boggs-"No; he's around trying to long dissertation on the effects produced "W A1I1. .DT LITTLE. ')
;wife from the was a Hindoo maiden, and the other- duces different effects on the several the Man wants a great deal bare below; :
ladies that
, { among English get money to pay it, -Tvl2o Bladt. upon lungs by continually blowing a lie. always cries for more.
. ,were living there at the time. Jack always well, one glance was sufficient-was kinds of wood, the degree of heat necessary wind instrument., The class listened The_ ,man who wanted llttla h
took a fatherly interest me in,this Evelyn, Jack's wife! to straighten one kind of stick being A BAD OMErr.Laura"Mamma with great attention. They were not ex. Died<< long before the war.
;way, but unfortunately his plans never "The whole matter was getting pretty often sufficient to spoil another kind. ,Mr. JInxley Bald last aptly convinced, but they could not help -Bostwt C".rl, "
worked: out well. interesting by this time, and I felt myself The same power which makes a crooked that I reminded him of his first admitting that the doctor for once win Stern Father the Girl-"I 'saw you
I worked to feverish heat. The stick straight is applied to make a night Ids* ray daughter u I passed the awhile
I- "Well, to make a long story short, I up a wife. I wonder if that is indication making a strong: argument. When parlor
went; out to Calcutta one year, and found chessmen were all living ones, and they straight one crooa.ed.; so we find that the that ho intends to any?" latter had finished he turned triumphantly ago, and I Young to know I
everything just as my friend represented were in position ready for the players.The rigid stems of bamboos, partridge canes, Mrs. propose think not dear.When to the consumptive musician and don't like it." {smacking
,t. 'It was a delightful place for hunting, I I Rajah then told me that I had but'' and all the various kind of sticks that she Figg-"I was living,I do not, thick asked, patronizingly his lips)-"You may not, but ,I 'do."-
chance for life. If I in are required to be curled or twisted, are tuey Epos '
and we did some pretty rough riding. one my won passed a day without a fight."-TerrtIfoutt "What wind instrument 4o you play, E
ever the country and through the jungles this game of chess I could have my liberty I by the application of heat made'to assume E.zpreu. sir?" Young Stajlate-"Dear' me, Mist'

(m pursuit of game. I managed to secure and also that of the white Queen, if I almost any kind of shape or form. __ "The bats drum,"wheezed the gentlotnna. Amy, I'm afraid there's t robber ia the

my first man-eater shortly after I arrived, I saved her. Thus we often see ladies' sun-shade han. SUCCEEDED AT LAST. .-CAlaayo Herald, house. Do you hear that lIoll..upstnlnl"Amy"Don' ,
and several other tough customers. Jack "My heart jumped into my throat, so dies twisted and even tied into double t be alarmed, Mr. Stay late. 7 ,
roamed over the country with me when. to speak, and began to study out the knots. By far the largest number of Fenderson-"Had awfully bard luck Shoes Blacked by Electricity. That's the cook getting up to prepare '

ever he could get away from his duty, game, determined to make it the gameof sticks used are those known u natural this evening. Tried with all my mightto Many are the uses to which electricity breakfast It's early yet/,'-Llg"l.A. i
life. I felt confident than sticks-that is, sapliogs of trees or say something agreeable, but couldn'tdo
and together we succeeded in having a my more will be applied within the next few years; rAixnn nura r
pretty lively time. Jack's wife was a ever that I could defeat the Rijah, andso climbing plants, when the roots have it somehow; so I" bid them good many of them unheard of and many of II teems it ought not to be tree
pretty, piquant-looking lady, the daughter I summoned all my courage to steadymy sufficient! character to form handles or night and went home. them now deemed improbable A few But ju.t..certain M you'ra been, r+
nerves. knots. These are always more in demand FOJJS-And so you old. succeed in Th.smaller yon may g<4 your iborn;
officer who had would have
of old no
man supposedthat
an English
than sticks cut from solid wood. The saying something agreeable at last I years ago Ilia bigger you may grow your oora.Ch .
died in tho East Indian service. She "The play soon began. The Rajah finished sometimes mounted congratulate my boy."-CAaMw.MOSET the day would come when electricity o Jtrat ..
'took a great friendly interest in me, and had the first move; and one of his pawns, with cages metals are stores such you- would be harnessed to a shoe brush and "Have you any paper COllU1f..ked. "
L returned her feelings with interest.When or English soldiers he having chosen precious as onyx used for the plebeian task of shining; man, as he entered a Chicago furnishing
marbles stones :MACISO :MADE: EAST.
jasper even precious At'ltore.
not would the whites, came out two I boots. Yet on Clark street, near the "
[ we were hunting we squares. "No, sir, replied tho clerk, ,
ivory and horns of all I made $5:
spend hours listening Evelyn's. playing followed with one of my Hindoo soldiers. Monthly. kinds.PopularScima : very easily county building, there is a narrow basement affably; "we don't keep them: You sea ",
or singing, which was truly delightful After three or four moves there was an this morning.Howl where for five cents you can han nearly all our visitors from Bt. Louia VOaon.
recreation. exchange of pawns. The two soldiers Bimeral- your boots blocked: by electricity.[ This bring their collars with them.-Zahn
(/")[utua1 friendship thus grew apace, were carried out, and in sight of every California Prune Orchards.1 "I saw Jaysmith coming, and I said: electrical brush is like a big lamp cleaner ..

and we all three began to look ahead andregret one they were executed. This bloodthirsty There are several prune orchards east 'Hello, old boy, you're the man' "I wantto In its shape and is fastened to a wir A CTJHOWO W.AUU" "

the time of our parting. My duty act unsettled my nerves so that I of town that are really a sight to behold. see. Lend me $5: for a week." whIch carries the electrical current Tb You raofcoM' you can lecture. _
. called me back: to America in a fewfnonths could hardly collect my thoughts; but So heavily loaded are the trees that aU 'You didn't get it, did you? operator applies the blacking sad then Th girl U you choose fax -
,and I was almost as loath to leave when I was informed that the Hindoo their limbs are bent to the ground, in. "No; but I prevented" him from ask. presses his foot on a button. The brush Cot tbty'U ma.Uoat gum

.'. M they were to have me go.' Jack vainly soldiers were traitors condemned to terlapping with each other, so that the log me for a loan. revolves so rapidly that in >a very short Just the same as thajrai4 to.rQh4oagp, .

Implored me to enter into business in Calcutta death, and that the English soldier had whole ground between and around them time the shine is secured. Tho sensation roots \.to
and take up my permanent abode likewise been sentenced to execution, I is a mass of fruit, so to speak. In a one. HE: WAS A trrrtE: OFF of the Irtish passing over the foot is TloJick-"Do you bOW',that- 1 tbje

!there; but I told him that I had other partly recovered my composure. acre orchard up there the trees are badly Old Gentleman-"You haven't been a pcullar: one, but Dot objectionable. I I country hundred and has coined "more million than silver thrts dollars '

J ties and interests to draw me away; yet I "The game then proceeded. The broken down, which is more. pity because quarreling with that young man. who The conspiclous feature of the affair! is since 17681"10rty.l ae ) dont
should have almost decided to stay with white queen of the Rijah soon began to its crop has been sold on an estimate calls on you have you, Julia?" the noise that it makes white revolvingover I I f believe it" lfojacc.i i

jtham longer, if an incident had not occurred make great havoc with my black men, of fifteen tons, at 930 per ton, or Julia-"Why, no, pa; why do you the foot. railway train raising : when"Why I "Because cie.'V theyara *
which made me rather tired of and it seemed necessary to take her if I $150 for the one acre. This crop was ask me such a'JDe.Uonl" over a culvert could not be much mOll so scarce InttT'Oeean.try to borrow' ,,ell
India. intended to wm. Then the terrible contracted for early in the season. Another Old Gentleman-"I noticed that he 1ml'rwlve-CAwg Pott. II -Chicago '

|V"Qne day rumors came in that there thought that if I took her she would be acre of prunes, adjoining this one, has kept away somewhat lately. lie has A child has been cent to congratulate
was trouble with the Hindoos. They executed the same as the rest of the living is equally heavily loaded. Just across only' been here six: times this week so How Babbitt Inmate. i bis grandmother on her blrtluUy'

;were risings In various parts of the conn chess-men made the cold sweat stand the street is a seven-acre prune orchard f ar."-Ibtton Herald. ..., The avenge life of a rabbit ii put at ,; "Grandmamma! be exclaims; "may you .
fry, and the British residents began totremble out on my forehead. I could not sentence which was sold last winter for $i50 per .f' about nine years. The doe may have' live until tie end of your days". e"Alin" '
for their lives. Jack u Captainin Jack's wife to the executioner's acre. The crop .this yew has been nun OF BITKS, BUT xo run. '* young eight times a year, averaging I replied the old woman resignedly

the army had to leave his home to word, not even U I lost the game and bought at an average of about $-00 pas 'Been fishing\ } eight each time. Tha first litter is pro. "at my age, I can" scarcely expect 4

belp quell the rebellions i, of course my life with it. The Rajah seemed to acre. Such are some of the advantagesand ,"Yep." 'I. duced when but four months old. Th toUnalongu that. -Zto/ :Unit.

wax left t* protect his home and wife. understand this and he moved hit queen profits of fruit raising this year in "Catch anything progression based on these figures lead -.

(Then was little or no disturbance aroundCalcutta around recklessly among my men, taking this valley, and from henceforth it is soft "Nope." J to astounding nauIfJ.: For three yean i In London, recently Urge collie dog ,
at the time, LIlt the insurgents pawn after pawn. The game became to say similar experience will reward 'Get any bites!" i ; the possible progeny of two rabbits hat sired a girl's life by teUioff her draw "

soon rose up around us on every aide, doubly difficult for I felt that I could the fortunate owner of a well cared loa "Well, look at me." been calculated at over 13,000,000, aoj anti swinging bar aside Just M she .&&t'

,. until we were completely hemmed in. not take the Rajah's atrongest piece. U prune orchard -Zt moan(cat) Tiaut, ttows map of ,various couatrlt. oa.,I for siren jean at 1,500,000,009. i about being run down. : by a hart."40". 'fl'oW
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-- the trouhled waters' Inquired when,the pay car was tilt

THE EAST COAST iDYOCATE. 4-, General Bullockf eo there 'can be keynote of Vhlch was progress. renege ; In'fact they ale already poured and M oil the'upon colored brothers dropped around. The Judge cleared Ms i th Iii't I '

<* noquestion, Of his election this We hope to see them assume the doing 80.Space. back into reclining postures the speechof and looked lI f>pea Dgly at Cbal

time reins with a firm hand and adopt forbids special mention of proceeded. Walsteln, who sharply reproved the
DBVOTtn TO: ?H BVM the .
wxxaLforfYAL at Jones'
Jl, the courtesies received turbers of Judge eloquenoe
orient or TUB tsrwAS KIVBII AXOLAKI the magic word "progress" as their many announced that he had ,
hands of official with The Judge incident, however, had a depressing
watchword. We believe the
cannot every and
WOBTtt SECTIONS. DOCTOR Wtteoir has accepted the for many years',
.... in contact but we been Republican the Judge, who after repeal
-- honorable office of Mayor for an. they will disappoint UP, and fail whom we came had a tender spot In his on
make the wish to acknowledge particularly I had always portion 6f his speech In an !
Titusville, other Let 'good citizen to many }improvementswhich At this etot(
Washington Avenue, year. every the colored people.
Office: heart for
the courteous the loose threads
our town lacks badly. It our appreciation of pick up of lis|
his in so
Florida. support efforts! uphold. citizens of color
Indian of the newer
received at the hands of point some ment sat down with
ing and enforcing the town Is scarcely possible that the noxious treatment but Governor the >

ordinances. It is no more than influence that has eo long hung over Traffic Manager T. G. Egef, Superintendent j began to look Incredulous, and assured i that he knew that they were all fore] 7li
to the ,
I't'BLI8DED EVERY FBIDAT. our duty, and the encouragement of their deliberations) Rnd'rJoggC'd d. R. Leslie, F. M.Ironmonger Gleason came rescue personal knowledge tale Watson, and they would all i 11.

the people is like incense to a wor their offorts will continue to exer- the Fla. Pass. Agt.: them that to his own had been an active tho satisfaction of lIe lng him trig] T

I, thy official. ercise its baneful influence. It is and particularly to the most pop the Judge antly elected on the 27th.
old time
:tenured at their Mail Tontofflco u Second- believed that in future .it will be ular captain of the fleet-Captain i Republican worker in the good The meeting then adjourned
Matter.TERMS of the newest boat succeeding the war, and be was going to lad
McKee ,
confined to a circle where it will Joseph ter the last citizen had made
CAPTAIN WATSON is too sensible that he thought he was a pretty life ,,
have the
like companionship and mingle Algonquin.Town say had
to take his defeat as evidence of with good Republican yetI} when the Judge, and the janitor carefully locked t r n
Invariably Advance, an atmosphere of its own door
any personal dislike of our people glancing nervously at the open windows, your T
grade. We this Election.
drop remark ofl a
)J1 Check PostM Order, or One and Two Cent toward him. Capt. Fischer of the' of interrupted him and went on with his [ down stairs' and made his ep
note We
refer that '
warning. to
Postage Stamps. ---
through a lower window with ] miteAlt
old Pioneer Line beat the tt
One Tear,........,.............'1.110 super. spirit of opposition that has per The vote for the several candidates speech. veracious report of the (
SU Months.....,...""".1.00 intendent of the I. R. S. h. Co. on vaded our community in the past, was as follows: Mayor: Wilson, 129. He said that the election of new councilmen prpceodinga.

Three Month,......... .... JSO principle. It was not a contest that has opposed and belittled all Aldermen: S. It. JUy, 110; W. S. Gra was a matter of the greatest '

lngle Cop...........................,........ Bo between the men ; it was David ham, 105; C. E. Fischer, 60; W. B. moment tnat if Titusville ever expected Notice
progressive measures. During the John (03 ; : of Dissolution.
\\'atllon.6.'. Marshal: : Myers, }
In tl. B.or
Bent to any Address- against Goliah, and the successful past two years this spirit has hung T. W. Smith, 64. Clerk and Treasurer to amount to anything it must have partnership heretofore cxlutj

candidate was on the side of right, over the deliberations of Council J. P. make, 132. Assessor: S. F. Oray, competition; that competition was the TIlE Edward !! \\Ea

,.................... WAVIER B. OttAilAM. Justice and freedom. He was the like a deadly miasm, choking the 133. Messrs Ray, Graham and Fischer life of trade; that It would reduce the A. Taylor, cnniprlt-ing the Stiling firm of&Stili"AI;., *
& Managcr.C. D..U.TON. representative of the own. were elected\ as Aldeamen, to serve twoyeal"l'l. Taylor ha* till day lien dissolved bv am [of
BOclate-KUItor property honest spontaneous intentions of '. freights on all goods to this point, so consent, Albert A. Taylor -witlidravlne,

ers', taxpayers and freemen of the men who work for the good of that Tltusville would become a wholesale Eclwar.ISIUlni'll'lII\\continue name; the lI'm bU.luf collect, mnI

hold selves resprmsfble forth Titusville. Titusville, chilling their ardor and Politics nt Titusvillc.The town, and the wages of the colored reoelpt for all accounts due the olUBrm.," suf
We do not will assume liabilities.
opinion* of our corre pondcnU, bat we claimWe retarding their efforts to such an people would go up. lie said also that (Signed) EDWARD Smew .
right to reject any communication. 'TITUBVI1.LE has spoken. She of ALBERT A I
extent that two of the best men we Colored Brethren Hold a Meeting he was In favor of the ownership Cocoa Fla., Oct.8th, 1800.1nster's coim

Commnnlcatlonn on one for aide nnliilcatlon of the paper mnrt only be written and- told the county, last-:Monday, that ever had on the board have with and Ar Addrmwml by Judge Jone_ Broad street being settled at once, and ,

plainly CM l* accompanied ny the she was not a part 'and parcel of drawn, and positively decline to of the Pro- he wanted the town to have: the street, fbytn
Fall and Accurate Report
? mm, not neOOllol\rll1 fflfrrlSr1'i'nani'e"and"ad'dre tHo Sale.
J.T. & K. \V. Someof [
| system. inhale the effluvia railroad that
of good faith. referred to under and not the company;
but II a guarantee l Reporter.
credJnK > an "Ajlvorate"
pohllcatlon the friends of the shattered mo y Under and by virtue of a decree
: favor of y
claim that has any The Learning that the colored citizens of therefore he was in putting forelosure and sale rendered by the ju4>|
nopoly property worst feature about this baneful Titusville would hold a meeting at the Capt. Watson on the town council of of the Circuit Court of the Seventh 3Mctal as

ADVERTISING. HATES: depreciated 50 per cent on accountof influence is that it emanates from consider Titusville and he believed all his hearers Circuit of Florida, sitting In chancm I Iat
''''' Odd Fellow's hall In Ethiopia to )
PEa the action of our citizens at the whence chambers', for the county,of Brovnnll
,YfcAB. we might expect a purer agreed with !him. Here the Governoron :
would take it the town
the part they dated the 2nd of
town election. Our day August A.
One Inch.......1.................10.00 opinion may current-most noticeably from election, the ADVOCATE, always on the top of the hogshead began to have a In a certain cause wherein, Anton D.II'J
Two Inch......'....;:............. 111.00 not be worth much, but we have a men in high positions. Wo hope to nervous tremor, whether from cold or Pitts is complainant and Alfred n. Tntl D
alert for news sent a spiclal reporter
........... 20.00< feeling in our bones that Titusville ,
Three Inch that the new government will let benefit suppressed laughter: our reporter was ford and Jessie D. Trafford et al are fel .T
.. .... 2GtMJ" take down the speeches for the
.. had better outlook than '
Four Inch. never a their I Mill sell at
best fondants public
their his tails outcry hi
Judgment govern unable to determine, but coat ,
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Five Inch or QuarterCol., 80.00 she has to-day? and some of our deliberations without of our readers. front of the Court House door of Titi |
M-00, regardingthe played rat-a-tat on top of our hen:td, ,
ItaU Coluum. residents are on the look out for The reporter arrived somewhat ahead vllle, Brovard county, Florida, on tit I
Whole Column,., 100.00 criticisms that have which as we are very ticklish, was hare first Monday in October during the It.I
bargains in well located town of the crowd, but passed the time in
For Six Month,divide the yearly rate by two any heretofore received too much rec to endure in silence gal hours of sale, for cash, to the hig: [.I
property that may offer. pleasant conversation with Chairman bidder the !
And Mid 10 per cent. I ognition. est following described realestatJ
The then went to that if
Walstcln, Hon. J. F. Gorey, Ex-Senator Judge on say to.wlt: I IA tit
Month, divide the yearly rate by
For Three T. Eaufala and other notables Capt. Watson was! elected he was going; tract of land shown on the
tour,and add 20 per cent. i Tnic article of Robt. Ranson in Angellcus map of I
he The Clyde until of feet on the to build a sea wall and street all along Robbing & Graham's addition to TI11II-
local Advertisement, Ten Cents Per Line I "Star" of the 23rd ult. is SC1'Vice. shuffling many 11C
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villa as lot twenty-eight said lot
the river front at the of the haring
Each Insertion straight goods and unanswerable.We stairs announced tho arrival of the audi expense frontage: of sixty feet on Maine street I
not In "Local New*" actual As the tail of the procession filedIn railroad company and the colored peo-
Paid Heading Matter, can say from observation ence. and running back a depth of eighty. I
columns,Five Cents Per Line Each Insertion and comparison that the trip When an editor returns from a tho light blow out, and one of the ple would have plenty of work. At this eight feet; said map of Robbins &; Gra | t

Legal Advertisement at Legal Rates. from Sanford to Titusville is more trip by land or water his readersare newcomers announced that his Honor, point some colored disciplesiho were ham's addition is now on record in terClerk's I .r

to invalid usually regaled with a rose- Judge Jones add his Excellency Gov. not alive to the proprieties of the occasion office of Brevard county, or to I t
for edition trying, especially an
one per I
All the above rates are much of above described property u
week. coming here in search of health, tinted picture of his experience.If Glcason, were on the stairs and could or the dignity of the speaker, will be Kiiflirlnnt to s.itlHfv until decree I

"jy: Dills collected monthly. than the whole trip from New Yorkto by steamer, his vocabulary is not find their way up in the darkness.Our and costs of sale.! -Purchasers' top, ;j
exhausted in searching for adJec- had attributed the noise in for titles.
Sanford. His criticisms the reporter
Check,etc., be made payable to "Graham
A Walton.. may management of the railroad are tives in praise of every officer, and the vicinity of tho staircase! to rats, but C. J. HECTOR, J. P. TniXEn, '

unanswerable of the furnishings of the Craft ; hearing that it proceeded from these Special Master.
because their truth
tr Merchants and all others to whom we are Dealer in Generalrderoha.n. RoHBIXS; & GltAHASI,
Indebted will oblige us by presenting their bills cannot be denied. One of the best everything, from the captain'sroom distinguished citizens hastily took refugein Solicitors for Complainant.

the let of every month for prompt settlement railroad men in the country, when to the stewardess' earringsis hogshead( which stood la one corner : .:lse This sale is postponed until Monday,

he heard that Mason Young was described in detail and receives of the room, evidently used by the Odd Melbourne l ]a. the fourth day of November, A. D. 1800,

to manage the railroad company, words of praise. Fellows in their Initiation ceremonies. the same being the first Monday in the
Address all communication to The truth is) the poor fellow has three inches of water
after tho somewhat forced resignation There were two or month.

EAST COAST ADVOCATE of :Mr. ,Jack, said that "his i pass, and he feels it incumbentupon In the bottom, and our reporter was Hats, Shoes, Clothing, Dry GoodsJust J. P. TensER,

FLORIDA. himself to compliment with. stlllful.tller embarasscd to 0-5t Special Master.
TITUBVILLE pompous corpulency" was ,aboutas by having Arrived. Splendid Goods.
aonaxtrl. well fitted to manage a railroad out stint the line that happened to scrooch down very close to It, but those

:: as "sheol" was adapted for a pow extend to him a (deserved courtesy. who remember the basket feat iu the Dr. OILS, PAINTS, HARDWARE, LEAD, THE TRAVELERS

der warehouse! it was the burnIng To read his narrative one would of Alcantara will believe that wo shortly DRUGS, GROCERIES, GRAINOf ,

r' qf lake the Calvanists claim it to think he had passed through scenes became very comfortable in the hogsI I all kinds; anA in fact a full line of

be. of splendor only eqi/aled by those hoiul. Our reporter would not have everything. Call and examine. 11LHpf Jacksonville, Florida.

described in the Arabian Nights, gone to all this trouble but for fear that

Pull Tog tlter. and that he was the distinguished his visible presence might be a damperto The Travelers corner Bay and Cedar IJ

center of attraction ; while, as a Judge Jones, and reporters are proverbially :; '--" streets Jacksonville Fla. A new brick

I matter of fact, his room was far diffident about, thrusting hotel, nearest to all railroad stations and

Florida is entering upon the from the best 'probably and even themselves whore they are not wanted. o H frit: <:...:|= steamboat landings. Especially adapted

most prosperous season we have the waiters, it may be, were negligent I All this took much less time than it ...,. ...,. ": transient: business. Elegantly furnished
,c => rooms, single: or en anise Table l las
A v had for and the Indian in their attention to him and 6&-i
many years, docs to write It, and by the time we a.o, good as the best. This hotel was built,
River country is attracting perhaps that seedy looking Individual were comfortably settled the lamp was 1 =>' furnished and operated as a $ .OO a day

much attention. The politicalfires whom the passengers look- relighted And the Judge and Ex-Governor H g:i! ? ;n:; ..4O- house rates are now reduced to $2.00 a

have about gone out, and it ed upon with curious if not pity- mado their In of P N : day, while tho service better than ever
appearance charge a ;r ,
Cpp breakfast from 6 to 0 lunch from 11 u0:
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behooves our citizens to go to ing eyes, was our knight of the colored brother who had been sent to g t'4 / to: 230; dinner from b:90 to 7:30. This

work and develop their interests quill. When we stumble upon explain the Intricacies of the stairway. vi J.I :- 'g I" is the only hotel In Jacksonville sen'ing

here. It will not be a difficult such an article as we have described After a general handshaking the Judgesat .IJ Ji 0 regular meals at these hours.' All others -

matter, if we put our shoulders to -and it is not a rarity-it down on a bench near our hogshead o mmxs7' ". :' are at least one hour later. Use the '

the wheel and all pull together to makes us weary. to ... if 0 r-\ Travelers omnibus, the ticket, save 25
and muttered something about '" cents on each each
For Senator: make this point a wholesale dis- It was our pleasure recently to closing: tho windows, and wondered if H ... m :, UI t- person way.

center. Our location make the from Sanford f1J r:
tributing trip to the Odd Fellows didn't have Burton K. Barrs
curtains as ,
ISM CALL, THE PEOPLE'S FRIEND. and tho present start we have is New York over tho Clyde lino. We ) o g go N. '-J
in the could be 10
being upper story people .1 () Proprletor.
more than half the battle were not supplied with an editor's easily seen from down town. While the P :

pass, and shall not attempt to do n A "= : o. tr.:2U'Q : :
reporter was noting down the Judge's o
DEMOCRATIC TICKET in their C. y Eau Gallie Meat
Justice Market.
Up-Zliver Trade.The
soliloquy, to his utter dismay, the Governor SU:
service and steamers. ...
superb ". ..
who had found a loose piece of (
Like good wine it needs no bush.A O Q
For Comptroller of State: board, placed It on top of our hogshea'lanlproceede.l e
E. C. T; Co. will begin their few years ago not a single regular j ctct O
WILLIAM D. BLOXHAM. to mount. The reporter
regular service between Rockledgeand steamer entered the port of expected a stump speech and began to ... m u etu All kinds of'fresh Meat
New Smyrna next' Monday Jacksonville ; to-day three of the ,
be anxious about the Governor'sequilibrium
For Justice of tho Supreme Court: morning. The greater part of the finest ships that ply the coast very u.n F+ OO-- Vegetables,
if he should get excited
MILTON n. :M DRY, stock in the people's line is owned make their graceful way in and but this fear soon vanished as the Gov.ernor' ; & S m e Ice, etc., for Sale.

by men who have the interests of out of her harbor every week and L' ::IS C1O.
posterior and not his feet
at heart and Interested land their crowds of delighted 2 '- F.UfILY ORDERS SOLICITED AND
For Representative-First District: pas. occupied the board, while his coat tails Q i
the of our to scatter over the State PROMPTLY
BTEPIIEN'R. MALLORY. development sengers ; r-J ATTENDED TO.
hung down Inside. Now, a new difficulty I-GO
We to this and the shipper can take advan- 0
suggest a means 1
arose. The Governor had so adjusted O. J. YOUNG;
end that merchants insert tage of the best ransportation I '" 41 n":
our :
For Representative-Second District; himself as to entirely cutoff the few !D
their advertisements in the New lines from any part, of the State: V 1 0 Manager.
ROBERT BULLOCK. flickering rays that had enabled us so _
that they have 165; came in on the -
Smyrna now --'- ---
papers passengers ----
far to jot down In our note book the
communication with Algonquin last Sunday morning
preliminary proceedings, and as our Instructions
river points there is no good reason 60 of whom embarked on the Cityof TN OR MOltji
from the ADVOCATE had beento I
why they should not get ,consider Jacksonville for South Florida 0
For State Representative' : able trade from that section. We points ; and the freight that was sacrifice everything to accuracy we eta r
II. F, ATKINSON.For were greatly troubled at the prospect of
also suggest to the owners of the loaded at New York on Wednesday
having to trust to a rather treacherous
Sweeney that they sell cheap excur. arrived in Jacksonville on Sundayat memory In recounting the great events

Clerk Circuit Court; sion tickets from New Smyrna and 9 a. m., and was shipped up the that were about to transpire.

A. A. STEWART. intermediate points on semimonthly river the same day at 3:30 p. in., RACINE.WTS. 3

dates eo that people wishing to and arrived at Sanford the follow The meeting had been sharply rappedto

For Sheriff come down to Titusville can do so, ing morning before 8 o'clock. The order by Chairman WaLteln; a short

J. E. BOWMAN.For ; and have something left to spend merchants of Sanford are delighted and eloquent prayer had been uttered by

when they get here. We also suggest and claim the Clyde river service the Hon. I. S. Gorey, acting as chaplain,
at the end of which a sonorous amenwas '
that those who contemplate beats the J., T. it K. W. Uy. hoard to proceed from Judge: Jones,

Collector of Taxes: getting dances or entertainmentsfix on an average of about 48 hoursin while a grunt, that was not an amen,

:E. W. HALL. it so they will occur on the delivering New York freights.The proceeded from the Governor above usi'

same date as the excursions from Clydes are not riders. Theyare when your reporter who had been I
working at a plug which stopped the
For Tax Assessor: up-river points, so that the people after the business of Florida Bung hole of the hogshead, succeeded up

W. R; SANDERS who may wish to come here to of the whole !State: and not any in dislodging It, and it dropped on the

trade may take a little pleasure at particular section or railrowd.They lluur. We thought we had never hearda LOGLUMBER\'ARD $ eIT'fTRUCRSSPRi -.
the time. this want the haul from Jacksonville small piece of wood make as much NG
,. eanur By studying WAGo/VSnt ALL.SZYLES.aucailsa .
For Treasurer: tF. noise, but apparently it attracted no
H. KAY subject our people can make it I to New York; they are not one' attention except the Governor's,

; pleasant for -up-river people tocome anxious to oppose local transportation who was proceeding to say something MTNT
here and spend a night at companies, and they will not beginning with "wha what," when the ; LADIES'
For County Solicitor chairman thinking that Parson Jefferson :: ,
our hotels and trade at our stores. enter into the petty intrigues so
J. T. SANDERS. who tat near, waa trying to make a '
-- common in Florida. They are after speech, sharply called for order, and informed rsausxenatse:
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Fro ress. the ocean haul and we believe him that he didn't want any

IJET Democratic Toter In that the people of Florida appreciate Baptist talk in that meeting. The Baptists -
| j every then began to get on their feet and FISHBR9SWAG9HG5-
[ ** the county come out next Tuesday The new town government was their efforts and are ready to trouble seemed imminent, when Judge !

U and help swell the majority of elected upon a square issue, the support them with abundant, pat. Jones arose and extending his arms, RAC/NEWIS'. '


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Ii. BAXSOS, Manager. pd d001RtCorresporydence. ___ __ !
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ed a position as letter carrier, but sum before It is completed. INDIAN RIVER STEAMBOAT'COMPANY. Professional Ca rdiv. I Nauman's

resigned at the end of the second day It is quite probable that tho expenditure -

after assuming! his duties, giving as a of so much money at this place will T\ OAULDEN, ,
Wt do not hohi ounelie rerponable for reason for his resignation! tle unexpected enable the proprietors of Canaveral City Newspaper ;

tAt optMont of our corropondtnli.s amount of walking required of him. Ills and the projected railroad and iron ATT011NEY-AT-L.VW, 1 1 '

position was anything but a bed of roses. pier there to interest capitalists In their TlTt'SVlLLK, n .\. x Subscription Agency..x d

Few occupations are as easy as they appear project, and build up an important city DEl'AIITcm & AR1UVAL OF STEAMERS AS. T. SANDERS,

s Alderman C. F. Fischer Returns on the surface, and abstract makingis on the Bight! > Steamers leave Titusville daily, except .T THE; I'1ON1'eElt AGENCY.Fur .

Thanks. no exception to the general nIle. This U the only loop water harbor on Sunday at:5::!0 a. m arriving at Melbourne ATTOnNF.r-AT-LA\V: ,

As to the clerk's certificate to our tho East :Florida coast; and, with a at 1 p. m. Returning leave Melbourne at Will practice Circuit In of all KlorlJu.Uonnit the Courts. of tile PovciithJuilloliU teunu and sample copies mtdrcM xid

I East Coast AJrocalr!: search, nve can only say that Mr. Stewart breakwater along tho shoals which make 1 p.m., arriving at Tltu!\lllo about 7 I' 0. 1U.X,23S./ TITl'SVII.tE, (LA. CitAs.Ii.NAUMANTrrCsvn.l.aP.0., "
hasn't the proper facilities for making off in a southeasterly direction from tho p. m. Money to Loan 1 Krovard county, }<'I\: ., I "
SIRS Allow the medium
me through ,
abstracts lie 1m confidence (in our ability Cape, would bo safe in all weathers. Leave Melbourne Mondays: Wednesday
E of the ADVOCATE to sincerely thank ( : v. Konm ,
1 many; friends for their kind and liberal and facilities for making them With regular transportation from Ti- and Fridays at 1 p. m. arriving at Jupiter It(UU1XS & G1UHAM, 1\[. Sanders Co., }
properly, and he has never objected to at 8 next mornihg. Returning
a. m
\support of me at the poll on Monday. tusviile to tho Bight, and an iron pier Dealers
certifying to our search, and we don'tbe1le'e leave Jupiter Tuesdays Thursdays and ATTOUNEVS-AT-LAW ,
The municipal office of All1erman- and breakwater there, Canavaral City ,
| coming as IV did, Unsolicited nnd no un- he would refuse the search of. would become tho shipping point for all Saturdays: at 13 noon, arriving at Melbourne TITUS VILUC, Urovanl Co., I'lolida: DRY GOODS NOTIONS ,1'
all the anyone else 'Jf they were as well prepared I South Florida freight. It would also i at 7 a. nunext morning. r. o.liox,2.V. ,
oxpectc ly-Is more appreciated and as careful ,In making their abstracts Will pmi-tlco nil flip count loo nf UO, Seventh CROCKERY,
by met; and the confidence Imposed I become a coiling station for our now The St. Luclo leaves TituH\lllo about Circuit and In the anpreroenert. Six-olul fu '
as tho del-signed. most of tho southern harbors 0:30 at Hock- duties l for KxftnilnliiK an,1 1-rrfrrtlnir lend l SADDLERY, .
trust Will not be misplaced. navy, as : Monday mornings, calling Title VirnwimnilKni-a oll..IItIfrum Claim-
I, Again thanking the many voter who We have nothing further to say on the are too shallow for our war ships, and\ ledge and Melbourne on the direct run ants and Heirs to Kj>iuilih Haunts STATIONERY, '

? assisted In my election, subject. Mr. Wooten or anyono else the run from Charleston to Key West is to Jupltorjon; her retumtitp, Saturdays,, Money] to Loan. 1 FAMILY MEDICINES: u"

I am, your most obedient servant, may say what they please about our bus much too great in case it becomes necessary -site comos right through, to Titusville! GARDEN SB&DS.cuoicn : f

C. F. FISCHER.Titnsville iness. We try to give value received tour to guard the Florida roast,or watch arriving hero about 7 a. m. Sunday: 111t. M. D. L. DODSON, fjitociniiiw: t

Oct. 20th. customers, and as we stated In our the movements of a foreign navy In the HAY, CORN, MArES' FERTILIZERS: t
former article, we much prefer to spend West India inlands.:
time in other brau-jh of bus SPECIALIST IN OPERATIVE, SURGICAL Oooon F10l.Id.n.: .
:The Abstract Company Repliesto our some It is said that survey of Canaveral: ,
[ ness.. If there is so much money in abstract Bight was mado before the war with a GEO. ALTREE, A: MECHANICAL DENTISTRY,

Mr. Wooten. ; making; if it Is an enriching; view of establishing a naval station BROKER AND COMMISSION AGENT :
,, HODGSONGeneral .
nopoly, why not have competition l' there, but the plans were interrupted ,

i East Coast Advocate: The 'field is open: Tho county I'ecorcls'are by the civil conflict. Titusvillo, Fla. HUE P ELY,

; )', ,f"ning to the letter'of Mr. Wooten public property and we are confl Agent for Pianos: and Organs; Florida LA 1f

?, In your last issue, we have: to say that dent tho county clerk will not pursue LImo water is good for chilblains. Prick and that I.Inll'j cannot; New Process Gasoline JUSTICE: OK THE PEACE ITrit DIST Merchants,

the tactics of the I. II. S. B. Co. or J., Stove explode. :Notary I'ubllo for the State at largo.Cinitrai ,
like him we thought we wero throng A piece of zino put on the live coals in Will at all times handle every dUrript
with making explanations of % publiccharacter. T. & K. W. Ry. Co. toward anyone who the stove will clean out tho stove pipe. Ion of New and Second Hand Furnttuic' Natural'tor and Finish llnllilrr n of 9pvclalty.SIEi.IIOURNE]over.10.years' exin). Eau Qfillie, !Pla.,

[ Ills statements aro so Inaccurate may aspire, to organize a competing ab- Cool rain water and soda will remove In tact will get anything to supply the : FLA. INDIAN RIVER FLA.
wants of the People. '
however, that wo cannot lot company. machine from washable fabrics. ,
grease Tradesmen's Soiled Stocks Disposed! of. PLAIN SEWING NEEDLEWORK AND
silence lest tho Very respectfully, Groceries, Fancy Fruits\, Choice Teas,
them in public
pass Tho juice of raw onions applied to tho Will Roll on Commission by private treatyor
"t should take such action on our part aa an TIIE IIiucvAKD: AusntACT OF TITLE Co. stings of Insects will destroy the poison. Pulillo Auction,.anything you want EMBROIDERY. Colleen, Spices; FlIlIlll'roductl\.

'.'admission of the truth of his remarks. to turn into money. ANNIE SIMMONS otters bar DRY OOODS.
Nothing is better than turpentine for Cash advanced on Goods .for absolute MKS.' in the lino
Mr. Wooten is probably honest In hiK Cocoa.Job ahovo to the
:opinions.' Less than five years 'ago wK the banishment of carpet worms, buffalo sale.HODGES. Ladies: of Tltumlllo.! Prices moderato Steam or Sail floats for Charter by the '

thought as ho docs, and while we were moths nnilinsects. Promjit attuntion.HOIIMI Day, Week or Month. '

H-',residents of Orlando, denounced (though [ printing neatly executed at the Alum, dissolved in water and appliedto & GODFREY Main street, near_n _nee__Factory__ 0Fixtola. "

B not In print) the Orango County Ab- of ADVOCATE the latest office style]Everything, and a ben steall with a feather, will exterminate William: ; ; ., a". W. :E=l..OgerS, f "

HE stract Company and its methods. Since town bud-bugs. Manufacturers of Drnyman. DEALER IN CLOTHING, a'

E,. that time, however, we have had somHEexperience Wednesdays Among:; many Judge other visitors M. S. Jones in of Yellow Pine Lumber Hauling all departing done at rxmnorublo, and meets ratos.nil airlv-Attends Gents. Furnishing Goods, Shoes, Hats, 1.
and have
in abstract-making, Titus llo. Master's Sale. lag! trains.

HE- had reasons to change our opinions' II. C. Eyer returned from his visit tlmler and by virtue of A decree of foreclosureand noron IJRE8"ID!: Orders loft with O. B. Humph ort Caps, Umbrellas, Trunk's, Valises,

HE Perhaps the time may come when MrHi north Wednesday, expressing himself as sale rendered lir tlia.Imlpj of the Circuit Orange Bus Meade Fruit & "Kotabl Crale AI>VOCATK olTlco will receive prompt FINE CIO A1S, Etc ,'I \.
Court of theeventh JIIlh'lall'lrcult of Florida,
;.:Wooten will experience a similar chang well pleased with his visit Bluing In Chancery,at rliamlwrti,for the county Lnmlerdellveredatanypart" of Indian River! attention. The only how rn In town making: a 'po- t
HE of mind. None but those who have The St. Sebastian towed ,the scow of ltravard.hued the 28th day of Octolier, A. It. on throe ;h bill nf lading. Anyone rnnteinplatna chatty of uontN Furni>thlng Goods.
would dn well .4.. Froaohor
14:H), In a certain canoe wherein Lucln'la Tuttle \ lUllilin| on the last Coast to ,
Hi gone through the vale of disappoiiirnoulHF Loxahatchee down to this place last It oi>mi>lalnnnt and J. 1). M.iodnnell and Maude write for iirli-en. The Sawmill situated on the TITUSVILLE FLA. Drop In and examine my stock, and .
Tuesday, and proceeded on her way to 1) Maodonell, hid wife 11.C. Carter and Lucira J..T.iV K. W. icy.,9 miles south of ralatka.ARontu compute pilcci. Cash custnmum com., <
and trials and the toil and sweat nccesIB Carter his wife; and Charlie Miller are defendants Keeps a full supply of Mctalllo and
Eau Gallic where she will bo further i :Cocoa,E. Stlllng; Eau Oalllo Eugene nand every CIJDHIt.lcl'l1tlop"ooml1otltor, Tr.
; will mil at mildlo outcry. In front of the
nary,to transform a piece of uncultivated repaired. Tho Loxahatcheo is unloading Court-house door ot TltuM Ilia, lirovurd county, Dralncrd. 8mo.i Wooden claim; to confer '
HE. land Into an orange grove can toll anything lumber here for E. Staling Florida, on the first Monday In IHtcenihcr A, I). SUtsllIlUIII htR, I"taan eo., Fin Collins, Cures niul Ca.skctK. Call when convenient- 'First door
IH'Jti. durlne the legal hours of sale, for cash, to
B about the cost of acquiring such a Mrs H. E. Trower arrived last Tuos I the highest f: Milder, the followlng-doicribed real Funerals attended if desired All orders south of AIIVOOATK ofllco. '
HE' desirable and when ask and is her Prof. estate, to-wit promptly executed, and at reasonable -
property, day, visiting parents, I In the town of Tltunrllle, beginning, ou the
and Mrs. W. II. Peck. Mis. Trower nee of maul and Lemon street thence EDEN rates. Embalming done. 2IP.
Hi $2 per box for fruit It must be very irritating corner ; running
Mrs. Shaeffer, was married: in Charleston east aloud: the Hide of Drool street 40-1O: DIXON & QUAY:
HE to be told that they aro robbinHE' last September and since has been feet; thence south A3:JoIn feet; thence went 4V.S3! : O*. :S.4.LL ,
feet to the cant Hide of Lemon street j thencenorth iHmleri In'
tho consumer. Many of our reader her husband's old homo in En. side '
visiting along the east < of Lemonatre't59.21):
HI know full well what wide gulf lies boHJ gUml. Her two little daughters have feet to sultdlvlslon beginning, Mid lot being In CONTRACTOR & BUILDER, Drugs, Chemicals, Perfumery, Toilet
the new of block 4, of the town of PINEAPPLE
tween the bare land and the bearing been in Cocoa. nearly two months Tltunvllle. 8, much of the abovedvucrUHxlpmiierty TituBvillo, Fla. Articles Fine Soaps Stationary
will be wild an In miffli lent to satisfy ,
Hf friend does that A. P. Ball and wife recent arrival
To our are :
grove. say, aid decree, amounting to fl1l.M:: and the costs Estimates fiirnlnhed
H| "the abstract book and the time of in town, stopping at the Peck House of Bale proceeding on application. JEWELRY, '
They spent List winter here, and were so J. P. TURNER, CorroHponduiice and patronage HolUltod.9Oluo bPECTAOLESJ ..IsEWING ;
H[ the clerk making the abstract to Special Master.Ronnixg pLANTATION. ;
much pleased that they could not'rellistthe GRAIIIM, / MACniNZS":, ti
HI transfer" are the only expenses Is very temptations offered to return; either bolluitor for complainant. JUt 1VX. X3. X3Xl.XX33.Oll Guns, PUtolH, Sewing Marhincii ami; '
H| ,wide of the mark. The cost of the book this or else Mr. B. got some Indian liver : : Machinery Ufpalrud.Vatclics, Clocks'

Hj, Is like the cost of land on which the sand in his shoes, c tc., and had to,com Master's Sale. T. 33. Rl.ohnrd.a: BRICKLAYER & PLASTERER and Jewelry Specialty. r .:

Hi grove is to be planted, and the making back. Eden, Indian River, Florida. ',.jj School Iook and School SnppK'cd. ,
Under and by virtue of a decree of foreplomire
( of the abstract is like the picking of the The basket party, conducted under and dale rendered bytUeJudceof the Circuit Crt. TitUHvillo Fla. Subscriptions taken at 1ubllllhcr"1IrlcOll '
the auspices of the Y P. S. C. E., of of the 7th Judicial Circuit of norMa,til and for fur Newitpaiiun, Books, Magazines, etc.Prescriptions ,
v crop. No account i|( made of the yean this place, came of last Tuesday evening Itrevard county, sitting in l'hanceryatchant. KNOX the Painter Work contracted for on any part of .1"il
compoundbdatany .
HJ of work required to post up the books: as announced, ut. the residence of DiUughlett. bore, In Orlando, Florida< dated the 2Hth day of Indian River 8Wells carefully
October, A. 1> 1H'(), in a certain cause wherein time, day or night i 13Dnj.se
H| ,to abstract the county records-all the It was tho social event of thseason. J. H. Terry it complainant and Mary E. Nor.wood Will do and Ai.r KINDS of PAINTING I
The elaborate and William 8. Norwoc.dxre defenduntu, any -
programme arranged -
B' sales liens fore-
deeds, mortgages, tax wan not fully carried out, the 111'11111011 at public outcry,In front of the Courthouse such an House and Sign Work, Jno.' McAllister ,
and door In Titmrllle, in the county and ; ,
mji .closures, land proceedings probate
crowd assembling so late. An unusual State aforesaid on the Ont Monday in l>eCHiubcr Graining In Distemper or Oil
K 'files ever recorded In the county. Wecan't crowd was present and everyone seemed A. I). 1DJO, the name being the lint day Colors '
Ik pleased with the whole affair. thereof, for cub, to the hlgheiit Iddder, during ; Paper Hanging or Contractor for Patent Medltine's.I ,
to highly
get a competent man ketp up the lei""5i bouraof tale,all the following bind,ly Stencil Work, Antiqueand I
B the books for less than $;)0 per month, The balloting was larger than expected, ing and being in the said county of brevard and
and the boys surely "shelled out" for State of Florida< and deitcribed an follow: Mosaic Glass Artesian Perfumery and Toilet Articles
B and we assure our friend that our In- their respective candidates each To-wlti The N W K of the N K X of section Stain. fit,, ,
eagerto 32, towtinhlp HI, south of range 35 east. containing )
H come from making abstracts Is less than elect his favorite lady. 213 vote 40 acrei,or ao much thereof a. will he Biiflicient Special attention to Natural Wood Kept constantly on Land at "
that. If we had orders for all we could were cast, with the following result: to advertising. together with ami Fluixh.All 4t liui Oallle, Fla.

,make it would be otherwise, but we Miss T. M. Harrison, of Cocoa; Miss M of tltlc-B.male and a'Urcbaaer' to' pay for articles of Furniture made: to look pddmoTr ) J. B. Screve 'a
B. Wilkinson, of Ruckledge; and Miss SEWARD F. GRAY a* well as new Estimates I and work 4
sometimes! run a whole month without Ollie Lapham, of :Merritt, being elected 8iecUU Muter. done anywhere on Indian River. M. DOBSON & COMPY
m receiving a single Order. the "Bello" of the evening from their! JOXK CouipUiiuant't* ATKISSOV aollcllori. 12-St Office on the ladder, TITUBVILLK, FLA. DRUG HTOUU.

K that other counties might respective homes. The whole ticket ,v. n. KNOX. J
Thinking was elected by large majorities. While Wilmington N C Also tho latent Newspapers, PeriodU
better than our own, we call etc. '
pay a revenue the "lx>y were excitedly working their Master's Sale. Fon a

asked the Yolusia county Abstractor scheme, the ladies were secretly plan- Under and by virtue of a decree of foreclosure Make of
f about his business, and were Informed ning a surprise for them, and) when the and .male rendered by the Jndge'{ of the Circuit Specialty
result of the vote wa made known It Court of the Seventh Ju that their income last year was $1,400and state of Florida Brerard county. sitting In Wines & Spirits Florida
was found out that they had taken a (['hancery, dated the:2 Ith day of uutoher A. li, Oranges.
of this amount $1,200 went to pay vote for the most popular young man in HIM at Clumber* In Orlando, in a certain cause Ak
the clerk and the other $200 was eaten the house Dr. L. T. Daniel was the herein 1::.S. \\1"1 and W.L.Tbouuu are com-
plabianu,and N.C. Bryan, H. II. .and J. F. Consignments ollcltml. Satisfaction
up by bills for office rent, stationery, lucky gentleman, and was presented Coachman are uVfemlantu, I will sell al tmblloDutcry Beers Bank
with a beautiful little silk: badge, bearIng in front of rite (;.uurt-houae roar, in Ti.tueville Guaranteed and Prompt Returns:
etc. all legitimate items of ex- 9
postage, a thermometer. The thermometerjoke ilrerard county Florida on the first
from Rockledge Monday In December A. i). I**. the same being. Made. 92uiow.N.HENDRY ,
If gentleman
pense. was thoroughly appreciated by the the Scat day thereof during the bal boors o? CIGARS ETC.OF .
I ')new: what he was talking about we are Dr.ho seemed much pleased with the< tale, for sash, to the highest bidder,all the fol- Titusville, Florida.
and the honor. The crowd lowlOg land l yang and bring In the Bald county
t view surprise FINEST
satisfied he would take a different of Hrevard and State of Florida, and deribe THE QUALITY,
I of the matter and we believe that if :Mr. dispersed about 12 o'clockTho neat u follows, towit. ISCOHI'OBATBH: VnDKtt: THE: LAW Or' "
sum of $it.5 was: taken in, and the society The S E V of the N E 5( section 12. township GO TO
i Wooten should ever embark in the business will probably realize $35. n south of range 34 Ka st, tontalninr40acre., Dealer In TUB: HfATE OF FlXlUiOA. '

I of abstract making, and get behind will>r au be much suffiUnut of the to ahoY satisfy-deauribed said decree property and th* Losloy & Kcnakcr.Famine ] uthorlzKl Capital,. $.100,000l'aldull

hid costs bf Bale furcluuier to pay for title. General Merchandise Capital! .
I the scenes, there are few things in Canaveral City.. 123,000,
BEWA&O F. OUAV. Supplied '
I career that he would be more ashamed ElJOVM U.-u.i.l- Hater. A leuoral Dank. .....1.... Tru iM.'UilJAUKH
| of or regret more deeply than the injustice Ss ATcnmnv.Complainant'* Solicitor. JU& Florid Hotel JCwl Hook and DRY GOODS,
Th. Yew Light Hou-Coiutruction 01Tram.a7'80.OOO
I he baa unintentionally done,us, in State Ouhle. NOTIONS, I'IUTC'Jf.ulDl'rea1dent; '
I his article, without either motive or Appropriated.The The moat complete, thorough and W. U. lUiWKrr; vprc.ldentj

r profit; for to an honorable man there Is Light House engineer hate beenIn WHO WILL DISPUTE IT ? handi-omely! gotten up publication ever STATIONERY, W. M.Prill-hard U8o\r"f Caibler. -
attempted the State. Directors: James W D.
i nothing more humiliating than to realize correspondence lately with the proprietors Tbi work U now being compiled, and Choice Groceries, nuruett J. II. Durkee \y. t*, Graham
"' that he has done anyone an injustice, of Canaveral City relative to U entirely out of the line of publication and W. M. Ilrown.Krrrjr .

even though the fact that he baa beenguilty the building of a wharf on their property) Life Insurance ii no longer an experi- Issued heretofore and claiming to lie 3II3IH: )"'14A. 0 : Ks>vnr Cou.Utont with I CoeservsUve
BIght'of Canaveral and the rui le<. The bulk of matter never pub\ 11..1... .t......... ,
of such conduct is confined to his at the contraction ment, but a provision which no sensible
li hed before 200 pages, oonveulent T. 'VVe sMI TJJ: Correspondents : Seaboard National
the ,
own breast.If of tramways through man will neglect. From it he is always size small clear type, Morocco binding, Bank, New York; N tloni l, Ilaok ofJwkaonvllle.
Mr. Woolen would take the troubleto streets of the town site to be used in the bound to receive more than he gives bynvesting published annually and the only weak Druymau, .

examlneour books when in TitusviUe erection of the new light house. I, in the giving; a complete Lit of hotels, line of Will attend to all kinds of Hauling, .

house U to be erected in the travel poctoftice, Industries, counties promptly, cheaply and expedltiou ly.
and realize the amount of labor expended The light THE
and officers, btate oflicen and court, ADVOCATE
in bringing our system of abstractingnp northwest end of the town, on land reserved Mutual Life Insurance CO. btate military divisions companies and Will deliver baggage for passenger : "

(o 1U present standard, we are confident by the Government for that officer, churches societies schools and arriving or departing on train or steam

the scales would fan from hU eyes. nrpose. The first appropriation of ASSETS, 136000000. inatatutlons! of every king Ready for boats. Job Printing Department "L'
Order receivednow.
October t 1i00.
"We know of a political pet in a certain 80,000 was made by the last Congress, W. H. HOWLAJD delivery. Price by mail, Uo pot paid. Can be found at the Railway Statioa e

,1arge'dtT, who desired an appointment but it II probable that it will cost the Special Agent, AdJrew, "Hotel Red Book and State or at my residence In South Titusville. Is Ready to do ( : ';: s sr

,-ji and after waiting several month receiv- Government two or three times this Titusville, Fla. 12-Imo Guide," box 202, bt. Augustine, FU. I U. S. Mall Carrier. S YQ.ltWorl<' !. ,


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-4 i k THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE", FRIDAY OCT. 81, 1890._ ---
--. ------ the troubled, waters, Inquired when the pay car
THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE. 4- General Bullocks to there sn'bno. keynote of Vhieh 'was pr grslI. nonage; In"' fast they are already and poured as oil the upon colored brothers dropped around The Judge cleat d his i i

4 que tion. of ,his election this We hope to see them assume! the doing 80.Space. hack Into reclining postures, the speechof and looked appealingly at Chan ,

time reins with a firm hand and adopt forbids special mention of the evening proceeded. Welsteln, who sharply reproved the j
'ltJEIILI01)'KJUL: : Da10TID: TO Tea nux" received at turbers of Judge Jones'
the magic word "progress" as their many announced that he had ,
Ort has the hands of official with The Judge Incident, however had a
watchword. every
J.AK1 WOBTH SECTWXS, DOCTOR the We cannot believe for many years, antI jon
--.L.. honorable office of Mayor for an- they will disappoint!!I. and fail whom we came in contact, but we been a Republican had a tender spot In his the Judge, who after reIJea: !f
make tbe wish to acknowledge particularlyour had always portion of his speech in an
: other citizen to improvements this et'fot
Let many At
Avcnnc Titusville year. every good ; colored people.
Washington the
Office: of the courteous heart for the loose threads!
which Iris appreciation pickup of
our town hiss
support his efforts In uphold so badly. citizens of color -
Indian ]flyer;Florida of the newer
the hands of point some sat down
received at mont with
scarcely possible that the noxious treatment finally the
ing and enforcing the town Incredulous but Goveino finis!\
ordinances. It is no more than influence that has so long hung over Traffic Manager T. G. Eger, Superintendent began to look and assured that he knew that they mere all fore
to the rescue,
their deliberations J. R. Leslie, F. M. Gleason came : tain Watson, and they would
and clogged aU
CBLISnED EVERY FRIDAY our duty, and the encouragement of his personal knowledge ]I b!
the people is like incense to a worthy their offorts will continue to exec'ercise Ironmonger, the Fin Pass. Agt. them that to own active the satisfaction pf seeing him trllI1n It
had been an I !
official. its baneful influence. It is and particularly to the most pop the Judge ; I antly elected on the 27th. -

: believed that in futureit will be ular captain of the fleet-Captain Republican worker In the good old times The meeting then adjourned
of the newest boat, succeeding the war, and he was going to and ,
confined to a circle where it will Joseph McKee, tcr the last citizen had made
CAPTAIN WATSON is too sensible that he thought he was a pretty hit t
have like companionship and min the Algonquin say had
and the
janitor carefully
to take his defeat as evidence of with good Republican yet; when the Judge, locked
gle an atmosphere of its own door
dislike of at the window, your reporter groped his t|
any personal our people nervously open
We this Election. t
grade. drop remark on a Town
roe or One and Two Cent with his down stairs, and made his cjl
2J1 Chock bet age 8ta 1l'.. toward him. Capt. Fischer, of the note of warning. We refer: to that Interrupted him and went on through lower window with e
old Pioneer Line beat the several this m
(me Tear...,................................'IM super spirit of opposition that has per Tho' vote for candidates speech.He veracious report of the
SU Months,..u.,1.W intendent of the I. K. S. B. Co. on vaded our community in the past, was M follows: Mayor: Wilson, 120. said that the election of new councilmen prpcecdings.

Three Months.'. .*> principle. It was not a contest that has opposed and belittled all Aldermen: S. II. Pay: 110; W. S. Graham was a matter of the greatest
..... Ba 105; C. E. FiHcher, 60; W. B.
Copy. between the men ; it was David tnat If Titusville ever expected
Single progressive'measures. During the Co momentj; Notice of Dissolution.
WatlOn,6.>. Marshal: John Myers, J
Addresi in U. 8. or Canada,Prepaid
Bent to any against Goliah, and the successful past two years this spirit has hung; T. W. smIth, 64. Clerk and Treasurer: to amount to anything it must have partnership heretofore

Candidate was on the side of right, over the deliberations of Council .1. P. Blake, 132. Assessor: S. F. Gray competition; that competition was the TIlE! Edward Staling &ezittt!!

jTjItor,...,....*.. WAITER 8. GftAiUM. justice and freedom. lie was the like a deadly miasm, choking the 13J.: Messrs Rav, Oraham and Fischer life of trade; that It would reduce the A. Taylor, comjirlf1nr firm of Stain A, ]
...C. II.\{'ALTOS.we of the were elected as Aldeamen, to serve two Taylor, has till. lIa..ln dlmnli ed h'lI> ,
daeoelate-Edier& Manager, representative property own- honest spontaneous intentions of freights on all goods to this point, so con.eut. Albert A. 'Taj lor wltlulrawint..all I

ers, taxpayers and freemen of the men who work for the good of I years. that Titusville would become a wholesale the Edward old stand 8tlllnlt In his will own continue name01 the lii cii.,-

do not hold ourselves responsible for the Titusville. Titusville chilling their ardor and Politics at'Tltwn.lt1e.The town, and tIle wages of the colored will receipt assume for liabilities.all accounts due the old fifDI'"

opinions of our correspondenta, tint we claim retarding their efforts to such an people would go up. He said also that (Signed) EDWARD Smrtn
tie right to reject any communication. 'TITUSVILLE.has spoken. She extent that two of the best he' In favor of the ownership of ALBERT T.\\1.oI.I
written men we Colored Brethren Hold ii Meeting, Cocoa,Fla., Oct. 8th, 1890.Master's .
Communications publication mnst be i told the county last'1\Ionday. that settled and
on one side of the paper only,and ever had on the board havewith and Are Addressed by Judge Jon*- Broad street being at once,
IIhllnlI plainly, In every caw, lie accompanied by the she was not a part and parcel of drawn, and positively decline to Foil and Accurate Hi-port of the I'meeedinga he wanted the town to have tho street, -
address, not neces.arl for the) J. tT. fe K. W. Some I Sale.
publication,buds a guarantee of good faith, system. inhale the efiuv referred to udder by an "Ad oc ate" Reporter. and not the railroad ctunpany; that
Under and by virtue of
of the friends of the shattered monopoly lavo"Pof a decree circumstances. In
The therefore he putting
any Learning that the, colored citizens of was forclosure and sale rendered by the judrl
claim that has
property worst feature about this baneful Titusville would hold a meeting at the Capt. Watson on tho town council of of the Circuit Court of the Seventh Jed|

ADVERTISING_l RATES. : depreciated 60 per cent. on accountof influence is that It emanates from Odd Fellow's hall In Ethiopia to consider Titusvillc, and he believed all his hearers clal Circuit of Florida, sitting in chancery]I
rza the action of our citizens at the whence at chambers, for the countYof Brenril
YEAH. we might expect a purer agreed with him. Here the Governoron : !
.. tho part they would take It the town dated the 2nd of I
town election. Our day August, A. D.lIn '
.. .........110,00 opinion may current-most noticeably from top of the hogshead began to have a /!
One Inch. i. election, the ADVOCATE, always on the a certain cause wherein Amon
Two Inch....:..".:............. 111.00 not be worth much, but we have a men in high positions. We hope clal to nervous tremor, whether from cold or Pitts Is complainant and Alfred II. Tnfl I 1|

Three Inch................,.. 20.00 feeling in our bones that Titusville that the new' government will let alert for news, sent a spt reporter suppressed laughter our reporter was ford and Jessie D. Trafford et al are df I
............. 2lI.0If had better outlook than take down the speeches for the benefit
Four Inch, never a their best, Judgment govern their unable to determine, but his coat tails fondants, I Mill sell at public outcry hi
FIve Inch,or quartetCol.. 80.00 she has to-day and some of our deliberations of our readers. front of the Court House door of Titwl
.... 6500 without regardingthe played a rat-a-tat on top of'our head,
Half Column. aheadof vlllo Brevard Florida tbtl
somewhat county
residents are on the look out for The reporter arrived on
Whole Column.....100.00For blatant criticisms: that have which, as wo are very ticklish, was hardto first! Monday in October, during the tl
the time in
the crowd but
I bargains in well located town passed
Six Months, divide the yearly rate by two any heretofore received too much rec- endure in silence. gal hours of sale, for cash, to the lilgtl
And add 10 per cent.. 'property that may offer. ognition. pleasant conversation with Chairman est bidder, the following described real]
Walstcln, lIon. J. F. Gorey, Ex-Senator The Judge then went on to say that If estate to-wit: I IA

four For,and Three add Months 20 per cent., divide the yearly rate.by THE article of Robt. Hanson in Angellcus T. E.iufah and other notables Capt. Watson was elected he was goingto tract of land shown on the map oft

the The Clyde Service. until of feet on the build a sea wall and street all along Robbins & Graham's addition to Titus
Local AdvertlemnentefTen Cents Per Line "Star" of the 23rd ult. is shuffling many
tho river front at the of the villa as lot twenty-eight, said lot liavinj I Ia
Each Insertion. stairs announced tho arrival of tho audi- expense
straight goods and unanswerable.We I
frontage of sixty feet on Maine street
Paid Reading :Matter, not In "Local News" can say from actual observa- ence. As tho tail of the procession filed railroad company, and the colored people and running back a depth of eighty.!

Columns,Five Cents Per Line Each Insertion. tion and comparison that the trip When an editor returns from a In, tho light blew out, and one of the would have plenty of work. At this eight feet; said map of Robbins it Gt> I

Legal Advertisement at Legal Rates. from Sanford to Titusville is more trip by land, or water his readersare newcomers announced that his Honor, point some colored disciples who were ham's addition Is now on record in theClcrk's 1

to invalid usually regaled with a rose- Judge Jones arid his Excellency Gov. not alive to the proprieties of the occasion office of Brevard county, or 101
for edition trying, especially an
All the above rate are one per I much of above described property ail
week. coming here in search of health, tinted picture of his experience. Glcason, were on the stairs and could or the dignity of the speaker, will be sufficient to satisfy said deem I

Qr:: Bllli collected monthly. than the whole trip from New Yorkto If by steamer, his vocabulary i is not find their way up in tho darkness. and costs of sale, Purchasers to pit '
exhausted in searching for adjec- Our had attributed the noise in for titles. '
Sanford. His criticisms the reporter
"Graham on
Check,etc., be made payable to
,A Walton" may management: of the railroad arc tives in praise of every officer, and tho vicinity of the staircase! to rats, but C. J. HECTOR, J. 1'. TCKXEII,

unanswerable of the furnishings of the craft ; hearing that it proceeded from these Special Master.
because their truth
|:7* Merchants and all other to whom we are Dealer in General ROIl ltys &: GitAHAM,
Indebted will oblige ns by presenting their bills cannot be denied. One of the best everything, from the captain'sroom distinguished citizens hastily took refuge Solicitors for Complainant.This .

the let of every month for prompt settlement. railroad men in the country, when to the stewardess' earringsis la a hogshead which stood In one corner r..aerohand:1se1Iclbourne: : sale is postponed until Monday I

he heard that :Mason Young was described In detail and receives of the room, evidently used by tho Odd Fla. the fourth day of November, A. D. 18UO,

to manage the railroad company, words of praise. Fellows in their Initiation ceremonies. the same being the first Monday in,the |
Address all communications to after the somewhat forced resignation The truth is| the poor fellow has There were two or three inches of water month.

EAST COAST ADVOCATE of Mr. Jack, said that "his a pass, and he feels it incumbentupon In tho bottom, and our reporter was Hats, Shoes, Clothing, Dry Goods J. P. TUBNER' ,

TITDSTILLK FLORIDA. pompous corpulency" was about himself to compliment without still further embarasscd by having toserooch 0-5t Special Master.
r.0.Box,822.' Just Arrived. Splendid Goods.
: stint the line that happened to
as well fitted to manage n railroad down very close to it, but those

= as "sheol" was adapted for a pow- extend to him a deserved courtesy.To who remember the basket feat I in the Dr. OILS, PAINTS, HARDWARE, LEAD THE TRAVELERS

der warehouse it was the burning read his narrative one would of Alcantara will believe that wo shortly DRUGS, GROCERIES, GRAIN ,

lake the Calvanists claim it to think he had passed through scenes became very comfortable in the hogs 'Of all kinds; anti in fact a fall line of

ri be" of splendor only equaled by those head. Our reporter would not have everything. Call and examine. IiH.:1 Jacksonville, Florida.

described in the Arabian Nights, gone to all this trouble but for fear that:

Pull and that he was the distinguishedcenter his visible! bo
Together. presence might a damperto Tho Travelers Cedar
corner Bay and
of attraction ; while, as a Judge Jones, and reporters are pro- S : ::: streets, Jacksonville, Fla. A new brick

matter of fact, his room was far verbially UlfHdent about thrusting oq hotel, nearest to all railroad stations and

Florida is entering upon the from the best probably, and even themselves whore they aro not wanted. 0 ::' : ; steamboat landings. Especially adapted

most prosperous season we have the waiters it may be, were negligent All this took much loss time than it 15 '" ,2:; to transient business. Elegantly furnished

had for many years, and the Indian !- in their attention to him, and docs to write it, and by the time we JY'-I"- t as good rooms as the,best.single This or rn hotel uite.was Table built,

River country is attracting perhaps that seedy looking indi- were comfortably settled tho lamp was Q :>' <:> furnished and operated a $3.00 a day

much attention. Tho politicalfires vidual, whom the passengers look relighted And the Judge and Ex-Govei H :II = ;; house; rates are now reduced to $2.00 I
i: m
have about gone out, and it ed upon with curious, if not pity- p p <:> day, while the service is better than ever.
made their in of ;
appearance charge a ::P; ,--. .
Breakfast from 0 to 0 lunch from 11:0::
behooves citizens to to Ing of the 0 ( ....-. ;
our was our knight
go y1'c ..
colored brother who had been sent to to 2S10: ; dinner from 5S50: to TSJO.: This
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work and develop their interests quill. When we stumble upon explain the Intricacies of tho stairway. r': P -- Is the only hotel in Jacksonville serving

here. It will not be a difficult such an article as we have described After a general handshaking tho Judgesat hj ; ... 0 V regular meals at these hours. All others

matter, if we put our shoulders to -and it is not a rarity-it. down bench O ( ... .rrg Nt are at least one hour later. Use theTraveling '
on a near our hogshead '-.t
the wheel and all makes rJ)0 omnibus the tickets save 25
pull together to us
weary .
and muttered something about =' :>' -' !?. cents on each person each way.
For Senator: make this point wholesale distributing It was our pleasure recently to closing: the windows, and wondered if "' ( "
center. Our location make the trip from Sanford to H oa t: Burton K. Barrs
the Odd Fellows didn't have curtains, as .. ,
WHK CALL, THE PEOPLE'S FRIEND, and the present start we have is New York over the Clyde lino. We o & g8.
being In the upper story people could be ct:: 10
0-0: > Proprietor.
than half the battle.UpjRiver not with editor's .,
more were supplied an 0 ... ---.10.-
---- easily seen from down town. Whilo the JY ;0 '
and shall not to do c:: Q. = __
pass, attempt o
reporter was noting down the Judge's t"I & --
justice in their Eau Gallie Meat Market.
Trade.The describing magnificent soliloquy, to his utter dismay the Governor ITT0 8 ::. rJ
service and steamers. u'i ...
who had found a loose piece of .11> (
Like good wine it needs no bush.A O 0
For Comptroller of State: hoard placed it on top of our hogshead a -
E. C. T; Co. will begin their few years ago not a single regu- O _
WILLIAM D. BLOXHAM. and proceeded to mount. Tho reporter lIjctct o
All kinds of
regular service between Rockledge' lar steamer entered the port of expected a stump speech and began to 1 ftJ.I fresh Meat

and New next' Jacksonville to-day three of the ",, tI
Smyrna Monday ; =
be very anxious about the Governor'sequilibrium ....... and
For Justice of tho Supreme Court: morning. The greater part of the finest ships that ply the coast : n Vegetables,
if he should excited
;MILTON H. MA RY. stock in the people's line is owned make their graceful way in and but this fear soon vanished as the Govornor's ; & g m. tS:; Ice, etc., for Sale.

by men who have the interests of out of her harbor every week and t1 'ry Q _-.
posterior and not his feet
For Representative-First District: Titus ille at heart, and are inter. land their crowds of delighted pas. occupied the board, while his coat tails, 0 ii FAMILY ORDERS SOLICITED, AND

STEPHEN, MALLORY. stedfn the development of our sengers to scatter over the State; t=zj: PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
hung down inside. Now, a new difficulty ::. (
town. Wo suggest a means to this and the shipper can take advantage e 0 e rPV -
arose. The Governor had so adjusted O. YOUNG;
end; that merchants insert of the best t ransportatlon I g ":
c:: >
For Representative-Second District: himself as to entirely cut off the few K
their advertisements in the New lines from any part of the State: Manager.RACIHE.WTS. .
ROBERT BULLOCK. tUckering rays that had enabled us so _
Smyrna papers now that they have 165 passengers came in on the ---- .
far to jot down In our note book the
regular communication with up- Algonquin last Sunday morning,
preliminary proceedings, and instructions
TICKET.- river points there is no good reason GO of whom embarked on the Cityof as our T OM MOtQ O ,
from ADVOCATE had beento
why they should not get consider Jacksonville for South Florida tr
For State Representative: sacrifice everything to accuracy, we alt rw
able trade from that section. We points ; and the freight that was
H, F. ATKINSON were greatly troubled the prospect of
e( also suggest to the owners of the loaded at New York on Wednesday
having to trust to a rather treacherous
Sweeney that they sell cheap excursion arrived in Jacksonville on Sunday
memory in recounting the great events
For Clerk Circuit Court: tickets from New Smyrna and at 9 a. m., and was shipped up the that were about to transpire.

A. A. STEWART. intermediate points on semimonthly river the same day at 3:30 p. m.,

dates so that people wishing to and arrived at Sanford the follow Tbe meeting had been sharply rappedto '

For Sheriff: come down to Titusville can do so, ing morning before 8 o'clock. The order by Chairman Walbtein; a short

J. E. BOWMAN and have something left to spend merchants of Sanford are delighted and eloquent prayer had been uttered by

when they get here. We also sug- and claim the Clyde river service the lion. I. S. Corey, acting as chaplain,
at the end of which a
gest that those who contemplate beats the J., T. & K W. Ry. was heard to proceed from Judge Jones amen,

For Collector of Taxes: getting dances or entertainments on an average of about 48 hours while a grunt that was not an amen,

E. W. HALL. fix it so they will occur on the in delivering New York freights.The proceeded from the Governor above us, +

.. same date as the excursions from Clydes are not tritlers. Theyare when your reporter, who had been ,
working at a plug which stopped the
For TAX Assessor: up-river points so that the people after the business of Floridaof Bung) hole of the hogshead, succeeded up

W. :K. SANDERS, who may wish to come here to the whole State, and not any in dislodging it, and it dropped on the

trade may take a little pleasure at particular section or railroad. tluur. We thought we had never hearda LOGLUMBERIARD & eITYTRUc1 S
For Treasurer: -. ,-: the samtrtiml.Dy studying this They want the haul from Jackson. noise small but piece apparently of wood it make attracted aa much no SPRING.IKAGONSeIALLSTYLES.yy .

S.: II. It.\Y. subject our people can make it villa to New York ; they are not one's attention except the Governor's,

pleasant for -up-river people to anxious to oppose local transportation who was proceeding to say something PATENT
For County Solicitor come here and spend a night at companies, and they will not beginning with "wha.. what," when the altla LADIES' CHAISE.FISHBR9SWAGSHG9.

our hotels and trade at our stores. enter into the petty intrigues so chairman, thinking that Parson Jefferson :
J. T. SANDERS. w ho tat I
near was trying to make a
-- ----- common in Florida. They are after speech, sharply called for order and in- .JVinrYT cOAU[BnAg 'i l
Progress.The the ocean haul and we believe formed him that he didn't want any

LIT every Democratic voter in that the people of Florida appreciate Baptist talk in that meeting. The BaptUu '

the county come out next Tuesday new town government was their efforts, and are ready to trouble then seemed began imminent to get on,their when feet Judge, and .

and help swell the majority off elected upon a square issue the support them with abundant, pat. Jones arose and extending hU arms, RACINEWIS. '


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Indian- River .' ; :<:: '.: FE..A..NX T_ :;s-crDGE., *- :**, if Vw tivgii Hf',, l _


Lumber Glass e Sash : ;:


Paints Oils. ( { b. Doors & Blinds

Company ,

Cook JStOVOH.Orders filled "sanio day received. Prices gU \rnntl'ell. '
Ci'Oekei'y'"\T'll1.es "Wood Sc : :
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TITUSVILLE, FLA. F. T. BUDGE, Titusville, Wln.ed '

fit.HANSON, Manager. pd dcclstCorrespondence. :

'. tl....,

a position as letter carrier, but sum before It is completed.It INDIAN RIVER STEAMBOAT Professional: Gsuils.TV I NaU1Uan'S .

resigned at the end of the second day; is quite probable that the expenditure ,

after assuming his duties, giving as a of so much money at this place will COMPANY GAULDEN, h

: iri do not hold ounelrrt retponeble for reason for his resignation,the unexpected enable\ tho proprietors of Canaveral City Newspaper

I At opinions of our corre pomlenis.I amount of walking required of him. Hi and the projected railroad and iron ATT01UNEY-AT-LAW,
but bed of roses. in their i I TITt'tn-U.U, FIA. Subscription *
position was anything a pier there to interest capitalists Agency..

Few occupations are as easy as they appear project, and build up an important cityon DErARTCnK A ARRIVAL OF STEAMERS. TAS. T. SANDERS,

I Alderman C. F, Fischer Returns on the surface, and abstract makingis the Bight.! -, Steamers leave Titusville dally, except TIIK 1'IONI Eit AGKNCV. ,

Thanks. no exception to the general rule. I This is the only deep water harbor" on Sunday ht Ij:30 a. m arriving at Melbourneat ATTOUNKV-AT-LAW, ,

As to the clerk's certificate to our the East Florida coast; and, with a 1 p. in. Returning leave Melbourne at Will praotlo Circuit* In of all Florida the"Court (,f the SeventhJuiltfial For terms and sample! copies ivltlress"

I East Coast AJcocaifi search, we can only say that Mr. Stewart breakwater along the shoals which make 1 p.m., arriving at Tltusvlllo about 7 '.o.Ilox,235. TITSVILLEFf.A. .\ It. NAUMAJ?, Tm-Mrn.l.K' : P. 0., R

hasn't the proper facilities for making oft in a southeasterly direction from the p. in. Money, to Torn IIEolme DrlwaJ'd county, Fla. -, 1
Stna Allow the medium ,
me through
abstracts lie has confidence in our ability Cape, would be safe in all weathers. Leave Melbourne Mondays\ Wednesday
of the ADVOCATE to sincerely thank ( ': : M. Ronmxn. W.TlI\: .011\11 HI,
!| many friends for, their kind and ]libcra my and facilities for making them With regular transportation from Tltusvillo and Fridays at 1 p. m. riving at Jupiter 1tOUBINS & OUAHAM, M. Sanders Co., ;

properly, and he has never objected to to tho Bight, and an Iron pier at 8 a. m. next mornlhg. Returning;
of the Dealers
|support mo poll on Monday. .
certifying to our search: and we don't leave Jupiter Tuesdays, Thursdays anl' ATTOUNEYS-AT-LAW
The municipal office of Alderman and breakwater there, Canaveral City ,
ifc did Unsolicited and i believe ho would refuse the search of would become the shipping:; point for nl Saturdays at 12 noon, arriving at Mel TITUSVII.LK, Brovnrd Co., rlm'ltia. DRY GOODS NOTIONS
\ coming as so tin .
anyone else if they were as well prepared South Florida freight. It would also bourne at 7 a. n .next morning.The P. o. itox.aw. ,, .
f expectodly all the more appreciated and as careful in making their abstracts Will praotli-n In all tlicconntlwiof the gflvrnthIroult CROCKERY,
by me; and the confidence Imposed I become a coiling: station for our nov St. Luclo leaves TltusUllo about <'\ and In the Suprcnio<:niirt.. SiM-olnl fa.
as the undersigned.We most of the southern harbors! 0:30 at Rock- rllltlo for KxamlnliiR and l-rrfertlnir Ij.nilTltlra. SADDLERY, \
|trust will not he misplaced. navy, AS Monday: mornings, calling ('''''"'''I".I"n.IInlll'ltod from Claimant
Again thanking the many voters who have nothing further to say on the are too shallow for our war ships, and lodge and Melbourne on the (direct run and heirs to Spanish Umnt*. STATIONERY, ; 't

i assisted in my election, subject. Mr. Wooten or anyone else the run from Charleston to Key West III to Jupltcrjon; her rctumtitp, Saturdays, )limey to Loan. 1jyl. FAMILY MEDICINES, '

1 am, your most obedient servant, may say what they please about our bus much too great In case it becomes necessary oho comes right through to Tilumillo, OAUDEJf) SfifcDS : ,

C. :E'. Ftscnan.Titusville iness. We try to give value received tour to guard the Florida coast, or watch arriving here about 7 a. m. Sunday. \ )[. D. L. DODSON, : ciioici3 (GitocKiiiKs,
customers, and ase stated in our tho movements of foreign navy in the HAY, CORN, JtAPEV FERTILIZERS, :
Oct. 20th.! W, II. WATSON
former article, we much prefer to spend West India islands.It M1

our time in some other branch of bus \A\ said that a survey of Canaveral: SPECIALIST IN OPERATIVE, SURGICAL Ooooo, F1orldn.HODGSON ; I i
Abstract Company Repliesto -
| ness.. If theio Is so much money in abstract Bight was made before the war with 1\ GEO. ALTREE, &: MECHANICAL! DENTISTRY,

Mr. Wooten. making; if it is an enriching monopoly view of establishing a naval station BROKER AND COMMISSION AGENT :
why not have competition 11 there, but the plans were Interrupted } ,

> East Coast Advocate: The field is open: The county record by the.civil conflict. Titusvillo, Flu. RUE P ELY,

deferring to the letter,of Mr. Wooten are public property: and we are confident Agent for Pianos and Organs; Florida: I..J H

In your last Issue, we have to say that the county clerk will not pursue Limo water {Is good for chilblain Brick and that Lime cannot; New Process Gasoline; JUSTICE PF THE PEACE 17m DIST General Merchants,,
Stove explode.
the tactics of the I. R. S. II. Co. or J., Notary Public for the State at Ijtrgo.Cnntrai .
( like him we thought we were through! A piece of zinc put on the live coals In Will at all times handle every dlscrlpt- I ,
[with, making explanations of a public T. & K. W. Ry Co. tow ard anyone who the stove will clean out the stove pipe. ion of New and Second Hand Furniture.In rtcnvo. Natural tor and Fluid lliillilKrnf"R""I'I<y.JIIKtnoURSJo over M.years' ex m>- Eau G nllie, Fla., ,

[character. Ills statements are so inaccurate may aspire to organize a competing abstract Cool rain water and soda will remove fact vt ill got anything to supply the :, FLA. INDIAN RIVER FLA.Fancy "
wants of the People.Tiadesmen's ,
however, that we cannot let company. machine from washable fabrics.
grease Soiled Storks Disposed of. PLAIN SEWING NEEDLEWORK AND
|them pass in silence, lest the public Very respectfully, Tho juice of raw onions applied to tin Will sell on Com mission by private treatyor Grocel'II', Fruits, Choice Teas,
j',(should take such action on our part as an THE BREVAKD ABSTRACT OP TITLE Co stings of Insects will destroy tho poison Public Auction"-nnythlng you want EMBROIDERY. Coffees, Spices; Fowl 1'roduuts, cto. i1

>admission of the truth of his remarks. to turn into money, ANNE SIMMONS offers! her DRY GOODS. .';
Is better than turpentine for: Cash advanced on Goods for abso- MRS.
& Mr. Wooten is probably honest in his Cocoa.Job Nothing ()'\'Ices in the abovo lino to tho -
the banishment of carpet worms buffalo lute sale Ladies of) Tltusvlllo. Prices moderato .
:',opinions. Lens than five years ago wo Steam or Sail Boats for Charter by the

,, he does and while we were moths and Insects. Prompt attention. Day, Week or Month, ,
thought as .
executed at the tonne, Main tllr.... near Ice Factory 0William I '.
;,residents_of Orlando, denounced(thoughnot [ printing neatly Alum, dissolved in water and applied HODGES & GODFREY

in print) the Orango County Ab- ADVOCATE of the latest office.stylo.]Everything new, and to a beadstead with a feather, will extcrroinate Manufacturers of : : : Futch, or. "W. Rogers, i ,

stract Company and its methods. Since bed- ugB. IDrnymnti. DEALER IN CLOTHING,
Among:; many other visitors in towWednesdaywas clone at !
hauling reasonable
rates. Attends
that time, however, we have had some Judge M. S. Jones, of Yellow Pine Lumber all departing, and meets nil arriving Gents. Furnishing Goods, Shoes Hats,
and have
experience in abstract-making, Tltusville.II. Master's Sale. trains.

; had reasons to change our opinions. C. Eyer returned from his visit Under and by virtue of a decree of forerlnaur no coir A PRESSED, Orders loft with O. n. Humph ornADVOCATK Caps, Umbrellas, Trunks, Valises,

Perhaps the time may come when Mr north Wednesday, expipssing himself as and Rate rendered by the.,...1"",,,, of the Circuit Orange llox U..adM.Fruit,A VpROtublA Tralei. office will receive 11l'omptattl'ntlon. FINE CIGARS, Etc. ,_
Court of the Seventh JulIclall'ircult of Florida,
,Wooten will experience a similar chang! well pleased with his visit pitting In Chancery at rhanilirn for the county Lumber delivered at any part of Indian River The only house In town making a i>ocl.tlty '
mind. None but throe who have Sebastian toned the of Ilrevara,dated the 28tu lay of October, A.IJH on through! bill cvf lading. Anyone rnntoinplut' : of Gents. Furnishing: Goods.Piop a'
\ The St. scow ,*>, In a certain cause wherein Lucinda Tuttle InK bnlhUnK on the East: Coast woulil dii well to .A,. HT'X'OSOlXOX',
through the vale of disappoiiirnont Loxaliatcheo down to this place last H complainant and J. M.icdonell; and Mattie write for iirloeK.\ The Kawnilll\I I. Ilt\late" nil the TITUSVILLE FLA. In and examine my utockf; and "
gone Tuesday, and proceeded on her way to 1) Mauilonell bin wife: II. C, Carter and Luolv J.,T.& K. W. Uy.,0 mile south of falatka. compare prices. Cash cuatomurs com
and trials and the toil and sweat ncoessary Eau Gallic, where she will bo further Carter i his wife; and Charlie Miller are defendants Agents i Cocoa,1':. Billing j lEan Galllo, Eugene Keeps: a full supply of McUlllo and mind every conHlUcratlon-:. competitors, 'l
will Kill at publlo In front of the
; outcry
to transform a piece of uncultivatedland repaired. The :Loxaliatcheo is unloai Court-house door oi Titus Ilia prevent county. Pro nerd. 61111I'1"1Satsllllll' Wooden clrtlm to confer. t
into an orango grove can tell anything ing lumber here for E. St fling. Florida,, on the filet Monday December A.1118'jo. lltghts, IMitnnn ('0., FIn. Collins, Cases mid Caskets. I Call when convenient First door
during the legal hours of Bale, for cash, to
about the cost of acquiring such a Mrs, H. E. Trower arrived last Tuesday the highest Iddder, the following-described real Funerals attended if tlcHlrod. All orders south of AUVOCATK ofllee. h

desirable property, and when they ask and is visiting: her parents, Prof. estate In the to-wlt town I of Tltunrllle beginning/ on the promptly executed, and at reasonable .
and Mrs. W. II. Peek Mrs Trower rift of road and. I thence EDEN rates. Embalming dune SI" j.
$2 per box for fruit it must bo very Irr corner enion otrect; running S
Mrs. ShadIer, was married in Charleston : cant slung the aide of llroad street 40-2 I DIXON & GRAY
Eating to be told that they aro robbing last and since has been feet; thence south M 2-1(1 feet; thence went 41M 23 I T. 3EryT.TfyCONTRACTOR ,
September, feet to the ea.ttIo of Lemon Street; tlmnnnur'h '",alert In''S ;
f. the consumer. Many of our readers her husband's old home in En
visiting along 'he east Bide of Lemon Street B2-2:
know full won what a wide gulf lies between gland. Her two little daughters have feet to the ,Hutit of beginning, Bald lot behllt; In & BUILDER, Drugs, Chemicals, Perfumery, Toilet
the new subdivision of block 4, of the town of PINEAPPLE
the bare land and the be.uin( been in Cocoa nearly two mouths.: Tltu vllle. rto iniieh of the above-doBcriliei TitiiBvillo, Fla. Articles Fine Soaps Stationery
property will be add a. In nuflli lent to satisfy; ,
friend does that A. P. Ball and wile recent arrival
grove. To say, as our are Bald decree amounting to|:r2eb4 and the cwtJ Estimates furnished
"the abstract book and the tlmo of in town, stopping at the Peck House. of Bale proceeding. on application. JEWELltr,
They spent List winter here, and were so J. P. TURSEJl1 CorroHpondcuco. and patronage Hollcltod SPECTACLES SCEWJNII
the abstract to PLANTATION. .
the clerk making aoter.R""INa IMIIUO
much pleased that they could not're8lstthe A Glue .t, $ MACfINES..
transfer" are tho only expenses is very temptations oQerou to return; either ttulicitori for couii'laluant. IUt lW: ::13. ::13"\.11111011 Guns, Pistol:), Sowing Machine and
wide of the mark. The cost of the book this or else Mr. 15. got some Indian River Maihlncry!: ltcl'ulred.Vawhea., Clock latnl

is like the cost of land on which the sand in his shoes, qtc.: and had to,com Master's Sale. T. 33. n.:1chards: BRICKLAYER & PLASTERER Jewelry Ipodaltf. : '

-gro e is to be planted, and the makingof back. Eden, Indian River, Florida {fl School Hooks and School 8upplfc 5
Under and by virtue of a decree of foreclosure
the abstract is like the picking of the The basket party, conducted under an.halereudorerl bytheJII.lJreof tho Circuit Crt. Titnsvillo Fla. Subscriptions takl'nat publisher's price "?
the auspices of the Y. P. S. C. E., of of the 7th JulIclall'lrcult of nor\tla.ln and forllrevard for Xuwapapars, hooks, Magazines, etc.
crop. No account I if>j made of the year this place, came of last Tuesday eveningas county sitting In Chancery at chain KNOX the Painter Work contracted for on any part of Prescriptions carefully compounded at!
the books bers.. In Orlando Florida, dated the :2Htu day of
of work required to post up : announced, at the residence of Dr Indian ICIvcr. 8
October, A. It. lest In a certain cause wherein any time, day or nllbt.! t'1
,. .to abstract the county records-all the Ilugblett. It was the social event of thseason. J. II. Terry li complainant' and Mary 1::. Nor Will do and ALt, KINDS of FAINTIM1 -
and William S. any
wood Norwaalaredefendants
The elaborate programme ar .
deeds, mortgages, tax sales, liens foreclosures 1 will Bell at ,In front of the Courthouse Jno McAllister
ranged was not fully carried out, the public outcry such as House and Sign Work, h r
and door In Tituivllle, la the county and Drug
land proceedings probate
crowd assembling; so late. An unusual State aforesaid on the Unit Monday in, lie Graining In Distemper or Oil
files ever recorded in the county. Wcan't crowd was present, and everyone seemcthighly ceiuber, A. U. 18UO the lame being! the daythereof. Colors Patent
Contractor Medicines
Paper Hanging or
for a
; ,
with the whole affair. for cash to the hlghe bidder, luring t ;
get a competent man to kelp up] pleased .
the leiAl; bounoBale,all the following land,ly Stencil Work,' Antique
month The balloting was larger than expected, ing and being! in the Bald county of lI..vard.od
the books for less than $:O per Toilet
and the boys surely "shelled out" for Slate of Florida, and dcitcrllwd a*follows I and Mosaic Glass = Artesian Wells Elegant Perfumery and Articles
and we assure our friend that our in their respective candidates each To-wlt I The N W K of the N E K of section Stain. ,, ,
32,township 1.lOutb of range 35 east contain. ,1d
come from making abstracts is less than elect his favorite lady. 213 votes InK 40 acres,or BO much thereof*will be Bam Special attention to Natural Wood Kept constantly on hand at
that. If we had orders for all we could were cast, with the following result: citint to satisfy the decree together with costs Flr llh. Hun Gallic, Fla. 1
T. M. Harrison of Cocoa Miss M. of sale and advertising ruriluuor to pay fur lookas pdmo!
Miss made
but ; AU articles of Furniture to
,make it would be otherwise, we title J. 13. Screven'a8TOHI
U. Wilkinson, of Rockledge; and .Miss SEWARD F. GRAY well as new. Estimates and work A
sometimes/ run a whole month without Ollie Lapham, of Merritt, being elected Special Master done anywhere on Indian River.. T, M, DOBSON & COMPY,
:receiving a single order. theBello" of the evening from their JOKES ComiiUUnant'i' ATKINSON BollcitorB. 12-81 Office on the ladder, TITUSVILLE, FLA. 8TOHI

'Thinking that other counties plight respective homes. The whole ticket ,V. K. KNOX. I Also the latest Newspapers Period(
was elected by large majorities. While Wilmington N C ,
pay a better revenue than our own, we the "boys" were excitedly working their Master's Sale. FOR Cain, etc. 2

,asked the Volusla county Abstractor schemes, the ladies were secretly planning Under and by virtue of a decree of foreclosure Make a Specialty of
about his business, and were Informed a surprise for them, and when the colt Bale rendered by Judicial e of the Circuit 1 }
result of the vote was made known it Court of the Seventh Circuit of the Indian River .
that their income last year was $1,400 State of Florida, Urevard county sitting In Wines Spirits Florida
was found out that they had taken a Chancery, dated the gttth day of Uutober A. Ut Oranges.
and of this amount $1,200 went to pay vote for the most popular young man in 111'.11I.. Chamber* in Orlando, In a certain cause ,
the clerk and the other $200 was eaten the house Dr. L. T. Daniel was the vhurein Js:. 8. Wiley and W. L.Tbouia are com
plalnante.and N.C Bryan, H.II. Kay,and J. K. Consignments solicited. Satisfaction '
up by bills for office rent, stationery, lucky gentleman and was presentedwith Loacbuian are defendants. I will Mil at pulillc Beers State Bank '
a beautiful little silk badge, bear- outcry. In front of rue Uiurt-bouM door, In Tltuiville Guaranteed and Prompt Kcturns:
postage, etc., all legitimate items of expense. thtrmoinettr. The thermometer llmrard county, Florida, on the ant ,
ngft Monday December A. ). imw the being Made. 02mnW.N.HENDRY ,
from Rockledge same .
If gentleman joke
was thoroughly appreciated by the the first day thereof luring the legal boor.of CIGARS ETC. 1
)new what he was talking about we are ]Dr., who seemed much pleased with the ula for cash. to the highest bidder,all the tal.I Titusville, Florida. : ,;
and the honor. The crowd <,wll\j(land lying and being In the aid eonntt
surprise THE FINEST
satisfied he would take a different view of lirevard and Hut of lorida, and d *cribMa OF QUALITY,
and believe that if Mr. dispersed about 12 o'clockThe neat follow, to-wit: bCOIU'O 4TEf) UMUEII THE laws or ,
of the matter, we turn of f 14.65 was taken in, and the society The tI E !S4: ofUwNKX, Motion 12, township 00 TO
Wooten should ever embark in the business I will probably realize $15. 21 couth range 94 tUat, eontainlnK! 40 acres. Dealer In THE HTATB or FLoutoA.
or fir much of the above-dewribed property sawtl & llcnakor.] Authorized Capital '"
of abstract making, and get behind I be Sufficient to satisfy said Uecrww and the Losloy 1100,000 .1
the there are few things in bit COIOta 0'..w.. l'irvbaner to pay for title. General Merchandise raid-up Capital, $35,000()( (
scenes, Canaveral City.TU SEWAOD r. Glut Families Supplied. .::. ...
career that he would be more ashamedof bpeclal Maater. A (l.ural Itiuiklu 1Su.'._ Tr.ti.ieto.}
or regret more deeply than the injustice Jons euwpla&: ATKfsunjr lallt' Sodcltort. I2-6t Florida Hotel lt(-.l nook and DRY GOODS, j
New Light II u-Contraction ofTnunw JAMxs rU'TCJU l'reident
he has unintentionally done,us,, in I State Oulilc. NOTIONS :
.jr*-S8OOoo Appropriated.The W. h. JJAUXKrr; yl'reildeutj
his article, without either motive or The most complete thorough and
profit; for to an honorable man there is Light House engineers have beenin WHO WILL DISPUTE IT ? hand)nrly gotten up publication ever STATIONERY, Directors James W. M.ritchan Uaowjf Cwhicn' -
attempted the State. : W. D.lUriwtt .
humiliating than to realize correspondence lately with the prorietors J. H. ]Durli..
nothing more TbU work i* now being' compiled and Choice Groceries, i -Orabam
that he has done anyone an injustice, > of Canaveral City relative to i* entirely out of the line of publication and W. M. lirown. t .

even though the fact that he has been the building of a wharf on their propertyat Life Insurance is I no longer an experiment issued heretofore awl claiming to be 3II3I8, .'(* \. 5Drayman Ktttf: favi CoiwbUni with Coa..niU*.
the Bight of Canaveral, and the construction ICUtde'. The bulk of matter never published JJ..kluj tat-oclecl. ,
confined to
guilty of such conduct is but a provision which no sensible
Correspondents : aboorit Natlgaat
before, 3f%) pages, convenient T. -v SlWXTCr: ,
own breast of tramway through the man will neglect. From It he U always Ue, mall clear type, Morocco binding, Rank, New l'orkj; National Hank ot

If Mr. Wooten would take the troubleto streets of the town site to be used in the bound to receive more than ho give by published annually, and the only work Jacksonville. "

examlnejour books when in Titusville erection of the new light house. investing In the (fivlnx ft complete hit of hotels, lines of Will attend to all kind of Hauling, r .

house is to be erected in the travel, potttotHces, industries, countiesami promptly, cheaply and expeditiuiuly. 1
and realize the amount of labor expended The light THE
j I ofluwrs, /State officer and courts
end of the town on land Mutnal Life insurance Co. andofficers Will deliver baggage for _
in bringing our system of abstracting northwest re- /state military divi lon>i, companies passenger ,

up to Its present standard we are confiJent served by the Government for that churches, societies schools and arriving or departing on train or steaiu-

< the scales would fan from his eyes.We purpose. The first appropriation of ASSETS, IIM.000,000. Institutions October of every 1 1000.Una.;Orders Ready received for Job Printing Department "f
made the last Congress delivery Can be found at the Station
know of a political pet in a certain 80,000 was by Railway
W. H. HOWL now. Price by mail, 65o poet paid. t
,. large'city, who desired an appointment but it i* probable that it will cost the D., Special Agent, Address, "Hotel Red Cook and State or at my residence In South Tltusrille. Is Ready to
jjfr t and after waiting several months receivj Government two or three times this Titusville, Fla. 12-lmo: Guide," box W bt. Augu tlne, FU, I U. S. Mall Carrier & ,

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"MA KB THE-BBST Of IT. aboard the,next''day la the boat of ,the ,teVenl1'abt.1ODllger brother," he said, the dragged cigars soon"recoveredJot PECULIAR PETS. through the web. The Ipidef+ flew out

VWlatwer fate way choose to bring comprador- -the nan who supplied. Uu "!aere are some''excellent cheroots wish the second mate never forgave the) boy In rage and mode her cream fearfully.I .

Make the best of It; hip with fresh provision. which U regale the sailors and official who had caused his discomfiture.' <1It.Us bathed the part Stung with a salty

OheWssonid good in everything. tain"Is A-suhg a good boyl" asked Cap- of the barbarian ship. They are especially A-sung told the Captain off the important d SCIENTIST 'VUO 19 FO D solution, which relieved her almost im.

Make the bat ot It. "Him Denville. choice for those who watch at night, service the slave girl had ran AN)) SPIDERS. mediately. For a long time afterward

Waiting for a clondleM sky: l The, replied the farmer gravely. flees" if the pirates should suspect that she had Effect of Mn lc on Norway Raw and ,would raise series of screams and fly to
Fortune favors those who try. officers rode away, and his father He where she saw me get the bot-
said gave the boy tho bundle, and again betrayed them. So the next day Captain White MIce-TVatchlnc Spider the shelf
jV rJ Make the besot It thus show to A-sungt 'Doubtless tho cods took polite leave.. A-sung now hurried Denville, A-sung and a party of armed Make Her tl'eb-lfow tho tie containing the solution. She reams

Life bat Joy for everyone gained from their these favor. With the money to the landing and got there just in time sailors went to the fishing hamlet. Prey Is Captured. now, however, to have forgotten about
Make the best ot It. barbarians you can resume to go off with the comprodor. Denville reached tho hovel first and the circumstance. The spider went immediately

Clouds today, to-morro sua" shall your sublime studies and my son Captain Denvillo kindly gave him per I ,burst in the door. They had evidently!; occasion to work repairing the breach
Make the beet ot It. The yet bring honor to my old age." miasma to return to the "Lantern Feast" arrived just in time. Tho little slave girl having : to visit the private in her web, and in a very short time it

Fat will better thing provide the next day A-sung went on board after he had performed a few duties; and was dodging about tho small room, pursued studio of a distinguished scientist and was as good as new. The first victim
If you'll patiently abide; him and His father went with by the time the comprador was ready to by the big Chinese ruffian, who was naturalist of this city a few days ago, a that fell in her net was a green-winged

I.ookupon We'sunny side- Captain., formally presented him to the return, the night watch was already on slashing at her with a heavy scimitar. Star representative was somewhat sur housefly. After it ha become thoroughly

Make the hit of it. ,. "Him deck. Then A-sung happened to think The villain had been wounded in the prised to bear the low notes of a flute entangled the spider immediately sallied,

ttrfeagt Fotl. tell." he good boy now, blmeby no can/ of the cheroots. lIe ran below untied attack ou the ship. His jaw was boundup stealing from the apartment he was1 about out and in less than a minute wove a

his.departure repeated wltli -inletnnlr-n___'''. ns tin took the bundle, and brought up a handful, with a dirty baudage, and he could to enter. Ho found the learned naturalist new net round its captive, by which the

1 the comprador. which he distributed among the Manila barely limp about. This had enabledthe performing to a large audience, consisting inotion of its wings was stopped, and

A'Sung and the Pirates. The A-sung deck looked around with wonder. sailors, with whom ho was already a child to escape his deadly blows, but of a pair of rats and half a dozen when it was fairly hampered in this

was clean and white. Four great favorite. Then he gave a couploto as Denville entered he had penned her in beautiful pi k-cyed white mice I Bee- manner it was seized and dragged into

BT CHARLES'. BR1MBLKCOW. cannon were mounted, black and threatening the seond mate,who was the officer of, a C rner. ing tho surprise of the Star man the tho hole.

A-sung was I Chinese boy who lived in the quartor; two-deck nine-pounder carronades on the watch, and sprang into the boat. The Captain drew his pistol and compelled professor proceeded to explain tho situ "One day I saw a yellow jacket get en-
the farming village of TVoo-kuh near the ,a long eighteen-pounder When he reached the Tillage the the pirate to drop his sword. He ation. tangled and about to make fearful havoc
Pearl River about fifteen pivot gun amidships, and a three. "Lantern Feast" was in full then announced his intention of said he "thatI
Choo-Eeang or progress. sternly "Perhaps you know, with tho web, but the ,spider rushed out
'miles below Canton. IIU father belongedto pounder Swarthy active pivot sailors on tho forecastle. Tho street was crowded with gaily dressed taking the slave girl away, and that, lit prefer natural history to specialties of and cut thread after thread from around
the. esteemed class of were at work on children carrying colored lanterns and tle the ruffian deserved it he would Naturalists hold
highly Nung or deck or in the as my general profession. the jacket until it effected its release and
farmers. Manila from rigging. They were all forming in line for the procession. pay a reasonable price for her. that most animals are sagacious in pro then went coolly to work to repair the
4 A-sung was one of the brightest scholars who the Philippine Islands, In the midst of this joyful scene, when The pirate, scowling ferociously from portion ns they cultivate society. I was damages.

I. ; to the Tillage ichool. But A-sung'i speak his two Spanish language. The the merriment! was at its height a pale, the bench where he had sunk, did not induced to the companionship of these "These insects change thelr.kin every
Captain mates and
lather was poor and had many children, were the, white tho clerk ragged, muddy figure appeared at A'sung's object to this, but coolly mentioned a singular animals on account of the his and if they happen 'to lose their
only board.
I 4 he felt compelled to take hfs ion from men on side and touched his arm. He most exorbitant price. Denville, without torical incident of poor Latude, who, year set will out again. At
a new grow
A.sung was sent below to the Chinese legs
'school to save the expense, and Also recognized the slave girl whom he had wanting words, placed one-tenth of during his thirty years' confinement in and flewto
steward to bo instructed in his duties. first this spider was very wary
that he might have his help In tho paddy befriended. She was shivering with the amount on the bench, and told the tho Bastile made companions of the rats at the least approach,
When he came on deck in the its hiding place
again afternoon cold and fear."Come .
that she now belonged to him. cell '
girl andjwhiled .
deld.A he behold animated that sought his dungeon but it will'now come out to meet me and
-ung was In a somewhat melancholymood Two long, pull-away an boats scene.. venerable sir, she- said, "I lIe then addressed the pirate again, away many a tedious hour ia teaching\: even take funs from out of my hand, and
were alongside must tell
One bright afternoon as he sat be. you something. and threatened him with the severest tho self-imprisoned rodents tricks and
,Death a clump of mulberry trees near the the bark. They carried masts with They retired a few steps, while the punishment if he ever followed or perseuted traits. One day when his straw bed had seems to enjoy intend my introducing companionship one of very'the
matting sails and besides much I
river: From his little knoll he could twenty oars ,on each, side., pulled They about were I throng wonder.of children looked on with :_ the girl. After, .this! the party left been changed he discovered a piece of garden spiders among the shrubbery in

gaze over wide expanses of rice fields, armed with gingals fixed in swivels the Tillage, taking with them the little elder stem In the nerviy-orougtit straw. window and watch, if possible, its
and bcforOjUm spread the broad surface the gunwale these Chinese firearms on "Thue il a fishing village fifteen lo slave, who exhibited a joy that was Of this piece of elder with a buckle my method of spinning those beautiful

of' the river at Blenheim Reach.A I ; were ball. from here," continued the girl, hurriedly really pathetic.The from his clothes, after days of arduous cords which it transports itself
carrying a largo silken by
beautiful American bark lying at anchor A number of Chinese of mercantile "and three big pirate boats go from girl whose name was Le Won, labor, ho fashioned a sort of flageolet. from shrub to another, and which in
half a milo away was the object of deck appearance there to attack the barbarian ship to was given her freedom and placed in the The first notes from his simple reel one irrldesccnt. -
were the morning are perfectly
hid earnest attention. with on Denville.earnestly con night. My master and the rest havo I family or A-sung's father, where she startled the rats, and one by one they early" 8dr.Life .
versing Captain A .
Suddenly there was a great puff of small chests of great gone to join them. I followed them. would bo kindly treated-Captain Den. came crawling around him as if charmed -

White tratfko from her deck followed by many with rawhide plod covered i The pirates were beating the gongs and vile engaging to pay for her mainten. by the simple notes, and he finally taught

a hcavj report. A-suog seemed to have Ono of these was were and A near by. burning the jo papers to gain the favorof ance until she was married. them many little performances to 'the Among Hudson Bay Indians.

been watching for this. Ho directed his open, -sung saw ,, the gods. Do not use tho cheroots A.sung'remained on board the Harlequin magic spell of music. carried in the coldest
that the upper half of the chest was divided :No tent was even
t'gazo td a black speck a milo down tho I into twenty in the man gave you to-day; they are during which time he made a voyage "I have not yet acquired the same,affection weather and it was often forty degree
river the shot compartments, each drugged with the stuffs to India. Then he returned to his ,
and the of
saw splashes as for or with family.as see
of which was a dark brown ball of my you below, with snow five feet deep. A holt
truck near it and ricochetted on over and smell. peculiar thieves and robbers to make men sleep I" native village and resumed his studies of around; but I have developed some intimacy down in the snow with a snowshoe
jibe1 surface. The crow were practising appearance Evidently A.sung gave ,a cry! of astonishment and he Confucian classics-that road to between us. See that mastodon was dug
there the of balls which makes an elegant tnovt
was same number in the ,
lat the despair. For a moment he was honor and fame in the Flowery Land.Youth' .-
gun I.r. lower part of tho chest. stupiQcd; Norway rat In the cage stand upon its shovel. Some poles were then slantedover
I r. When' the\ firing ceased a small boat A-sung soon found out that this was then ho throw down his gay lantern and Companion. hind legs and half reach for this morselof tho.hole, thrust into the snow on
;left the bark directed to a point higher darted away toward tho boat landing at L
meat-now the other, the mate, seems
opium, and that the merchants the sides; against tho'polcs boughs were
the river and he knew that of his greatest speed. Tho Death Plant.
Inp some to beseech for its portion. Upon the
it. He and the loose' was heapedover
were buying was on an piled snow
!itho officers :were coming! ashore_ to tako opium In a little while he had aroused the Tho Farmer Magazine, published at lifting of my finger toward them they these. A warm hut'was thus madeat

.exercise on horseback! as was tncir cusitom. ship.The comprador and acquainted him with his Parkersburg, Penn., contains tho follow- hop around each other like trained dogsa bottom of whfchtho'firo/a.imade.
A-sung sprang up and started backto purchasers paid for the drug sometimes feara. They hurriedly entered a small tag: little whistle and they both sit down of id
the village. with Spanish or Mexican dollars, boat and pulled away for the Harlequin.As A magnificent taU mujah, or death quietly to finish the repast I have just We usually put the dogs back 'us W

}. On his way ho had to pass near a and sometimes with silver ingots called they neared tho ship they distinctly plant of Java, has recently been received given them." the hut and that kept us warmer.

small fishing hamlet situated on an inlet sycco. The coins had all been stampedover heard the dip of the sweeps ai the pirate here by Mrs.Madison Black. The specimen The little white mice ran at liberty always carried an extra dog along to replace

.,of the river. lie hurried along with and over again with Chinese stamps boats approached. They had almost which is the only living one that around tho room, going and coming as any one that might'be crippled a1iways in

lame trepidation, for the Inhabitants had until they were ,completely defaced. reached their prey. has been brought to this country, was they pleased from their cage and running ono of the numerous lights they,were

'a bad,reputation. It was reported that These were called "chop dollars." The A-sung clambered up tho side and sent Mrs. Black by her brother, Jerome under the chairs, perfectly unconsciousof having. The log ,houses ot that

.they were addicted to smuggling and value of both'coins and sycco was ascertained reached the deck with difficulty between Hendricks, who went out as a mission.ary fear. The professor then played several country had floors made of puncheons
in their by weight. tho boarding nettings. There to the island. The kali is and the hinges on the doors were madeof
piracy swift boats, called "fast was no mujah low notes on his flute, when the rats
crabs." But he came to a sudden halt As tho merchants paid the silver, it challenge. All was still on board. found only in the volcanic districts of dropped their morsels and ran and rawhide. Tho logs were usually of

as loud, piteous screams came from one was passed over to the "shroff," a grave, Several dark figures were stretched out Java and Sumatra, and then but rarely.It climbed tho wires o: the cage as if in spruco and the chinking was made of

..01 the huts. spectacled Chinaman, who sat at his on tho deck forward. grows from two to three and a half I ecstacics, while the little white mice moss and mud. Tho chimney was built

y A huge, ugly Chinaman came out table under the awning on the quarterdeck lIe darted aft. The second mate was feet in height, with long, slender stems I gathered in a group in the centre of the inside of frame of four poles. A'hay

dragging a girl whom he was beating un and with his brass balances carefully in profound slumber, breathing heav armed with thorns nearly an inch long, room, their little pink eyes diluting in rope, covered thick with mud was wound

mercifully,with a thick piece of bamboo. ascertained the value of it. lie had ily. lie shook .the officer, but found and covered with broad, satin-smooth seeming delight. The music ceasing round aud round and the chimney built

He woro short, wide trousers, a dirty, need of care, for ho was under heavy it impossible to awake him. The drugged leaves of a heart shape and of a delicate both the rats and mice returned to their up in this way. It dried very hard and

.quilted blouse, and a broad hat of barn. bonds for the correct performance. of his cigars had done their work effectually. emerald on one side, and blood red, former inatteaticn. made very good chimney. We had no

.boo strip Ills feet were bare. Hewaa duty. lIe glanced fearfully around. One of streaked with cream, on the other. The bay window of the professors brick and very little iron.
the pirate boats was close at hand looming The flowers of tho death plants The Indians of that country lived
a vicious looking ruffian. At lost A-sung was very much interested in are room was A regular partier of native and
the'girl broke away from him and ran tho boarding nettings, which were triced up darkly, propelled by great number large, milk-white and cup'like, being exotic flowering plants, and from one through the winter in bark tepees with

,swiftly toward A-suog, pursued by her up every night from the rail to the rig. of oars. Wild with fright, A-sung about tho size and depth of a large coffee corner of its ceiling hung a spider's little clothing beyond a blanket, breech-

itormentor ging. These were for protection against rushed foreward to the forecastle, cup and having the rim guarded bj web that would made an expert of clout and leggins. I have seen Indian

> The boy's. first thought was to take to night attacks by Chinese pirates, who screaming: fine, briar-like thorns. The peculiarityof Valenciennes green with envy. Pelis- children playing in tho snow biro-footed

,Tus heels, but he boldly waited tiU the were many and dangerous in those waters. "Pirates I pirates! Ahoy, ht yil" the plant lies in these flowers, which, son's and others' experiments with spi. and bare-legged, and they seemed happy,

'fugitive reached him, when he graspedher But what excited his greatest Interest The men on deck were all in a leaden beautiful as they are, distill continually ders and all the good that they have said and with the thermometer forty degrees

wrist and darted 'away 'behind an was the practice at the big guns. slumber, but some of the watch had evidently a deadly perfume so powerful as tc overcome of tho much maligned insects induced below zero. The squaws carried theft

embankment into a patch of tall reeds, At first the loud reports nearly made I sneaked below on finding that the if inhaled any length of time, a me," said tho professor, "to spare this babits in a SOt of bark packing basket,

'where'they both lay panting until their him jump out of his blue and gold slippers mate had gone to sleep. full grown man, and killing all forms of beautiful wed and to watch the habits of with a hoop'across the face to have thababy's

.pursuergave ap the search. but ho soon became accustomed to At A-sunprs cries three sailors rushedon insect life approaching it. Tho perfume, its builder and occupant, which I have nose in case of trouble.

The girl was quite :pretty, but ragged the noise. The cannon were touched off deck. Though confused they comprehended though more pungent, is as sickingly preserved for nearly two j ears. Tho re- They packed the baby in it with

and covered with \>rulSes. She was cry. with a joss-stick, in primitive fashion, In a moment the imminent sweet as chloroform, which it greatly resembles suit of my observation as a pastime upon three or four inches of tnoss'

ing with pain and fright. A-vung's eyes and at night some of these were always danger, and sprang forward to the pivot in effect,producing insensibility, the habits of this particular spider has nround its blanket, and once in it wai'

filled with tears of sympathy. kept burning near the mainmast, in gun amidships. By that time the pirate but convulsing at the same time the been highly entertaining and instructive, liable to stay in for three or four days.

"Was that your father he asked, readiness for a sudden attack. -- boat was almost alongside, and suddenly muscles of the face, especially those and somewhat at variance with the The Indian women were usually short

'plt ingly. "Venerable younger brother," said: tho there burst from her crowded deck the about the mouth and eyes, drawing the description of naturalists generally.This and uncomely. These squaws used to

!'No, venerable sir," sobbed the girl, steward one day to A-sung, "how many most frightful din of gongs and savage former up into a grin. An inhalation is is a common neb weaving make a peculiar sort of blanket, very
"heboujhtme." dollars' worth of opium do you think are yells, together with a tierce discharge of followed by violent headache and a ringng house spider. Tho species of spider warm. They cut rabbit skins into long
musketry and gingals. In the ears, which gives to a strips and then wave them together justas
> 0hl" said A-sung, with contempt at in this barbarian ship way that roams about in search of prey
the thought of helping a slaVe girl. But "Venerable elder brother, I do not Several large, flaming missiles were temporary deafness, often total while it docs not weave nets, but lives in holes or one would bottom a cane seat chair.

his better feelings prevailed. He felt in know," replied A-sung._ thrown over the boarding nettings upon lasts. fissures, whence it may retreat from dan This made a fur fabric two or three

his pocket and drew out two pieces of "There are four hundreds of thousands the deck. Three fell close to the pivot Other plants seem to shun the kaU ger. The web-heaving spider lies in inches thickbut it was not very pleasant

cash and a ball. ," said the steward. "Verily, gun, where they lay blazing and smoking mujah, which might be termed the Ish- covert in one corner of his net and as soon on account of the shedding of the hair.

\ "Tako- these," he said. "I'm sorry it would be a rich prize for the pi emitting a most horrible and suffocating mael of the vegetable kingdom, for it as an insect becomes entangled he rushes -}or t and Stream.

tot you. Better wait till he goes to rates." stench. Unable to endure it, the grows isolated from every other form of upon his victim, piercing him and cmituu .
sailors driven from the vegetation though the soil be fern ,,__ !.
were may
sleep before you go back. Then he Two weeks after A-sung joined the into the wound a fatal poison. UI Congar Fights.
One of them ran aft to the cabin, tile. All insects and birds instinctively
rose and crept cautiously so as not he asked the all the insects that I have studied
away Harlequin, Captain's permission ever I have often wondered what hinderedthe
"Senor I LadronestUdrones' I seem to avoid all contact with it but
shouting, Capitanl ,
to attract attention. In little while he the spider is the most
a to go and see father. Captain sagacious, and may cougars from being
Another ran to the forecas. when accidentally approaching it have very plentiful.
reached the village Denville granted his request, and be taught a confidence,bordering upon They are monarchs of the woods
tle to arouse his shipmates. The tuird been observed to drop to the earth, even are
[ As be approached, he saw two foreigners he went ashore in the comprador' boat. affection, although it seems to have been with of
sly plenty and
very cattleto
stood as if paralyzed. Already the pirates when u far from it as three feet, and, game
on horseback in the street surrounded heart he to formed by nature for condition
With a
trudged of
a light away constant live on. This I
were grappling the ship and preparing unless at once removed soon dies, eviaing was talking
by more than two hundred chlldred who where he received with warfare. Its head and
the village, was to on board. the same symptoms as when ether- breast are with an old cruiser (a man who hunts for
were dancing about and shouting, "Cooc- great joy by hI. father and by his young At this pour perilous moment a desperate zed. perfectly mailed, its legs end in claws timber and good land claims), who had
chef cooc-chel" (Throw cosh. The friends and schoolmates. like lances to ward off assailant.
) an Its followed the business for the last
resolve inspired A-sung. Since he had Mr. Hendricks, who writes, describing twenty
grown people crowded the doorways en. He spent a very happy day. All the caused this disaster, he would at least do how he secured the specimen sent his sis- Vision is acute, although its eyes are cev- years in Oregon. He never takes a gun,.
Toying the sport. The two men were children, of the village were eagerly ered with a transparent horny substance
preparing but
what he could to atone for it-was his ter, says he discovered it first by seejng carries only a blanket and a small
laughing heartily, and scattering handfuls for their "Lantern Feast," which to protect them, and above its mouth it
He related
bird he axe. that
thought. He drew a deep breath, of paradise was endeavoring to one night when he
'of copper cash to see the children scram was to take place that night. This is the Captain and Prescott reached the capture alive fall stunned by the deadly has forceps with which to kill its prey was camping in the head of a ravine

ble for It. When they had emptied their the children's feast in the spring, when deck they saw A-sung dash forward odor of the kali mujah, and on examining already caught: in its net. But the spe- about dark he heard a cougar scream on

pockets, they rode on, still laughing and they are allowed to have their own way through the fumes of the burning "fire the plant, though warned by the na. des: rely chiefly upon their net to entrap one of the ridges, and this one was answered
met A-iung They were dressed in in everything, and indulge in merrymaking tives himself the game, and upon which they expend another
pots, seize a joss-atick from the main to let it alone, experiencedthe by on the opposite ridge.
[white linen, and one of them wore a Panama to their heart's content. mast and touch oft the long eighteen headache and convulsions which are their greatest labor and ingenuity. They They kept working toward the head,

hat, the other blue cap with a gold A-sung wished to stay ashore that pounder I There was a stunning report. its invariable results. are of great variety and many of them until finally they came together some 300

ban d. A-sung recognized them as officers I night in order to take part in the festivities The pirate boat was wrapped in smoke, very poiscnous-the common black spiderof yards above him in some quaking aspen .

: ot the bark. I but as Captain Denville would expect from which came fearful howls, screams, The Chemical Analysis of Man. the non-web-weaving variety more especially and such a row and racket as they made
"'8ay, Prescott," said the one with the I him to come on board he resolved to be trained with us here. he hid heard
The happened never before. rolled
bat "there's a boy that would suit out to the ship with the compradorin groans. gun An eminent physician and surgeon oi "Nature has furnished the They
me.Speak : to 1:0 the crowded deck of the body of this down within 100 yards of him and he
to him." the and ask leave of absence upon London has lately analyzed a man for th<,< little creature with '
evening a glutinous
and being double shotted with liquid, says he was pretty well scared but he
benefit of his class in Th ,
They stopped, and Prescott addressed till the next day. 80 at evening he ( chemistry. which it spins into thread coarser or finer
canister the effect of discharge was kept up a big fire and stayed behind that.'
l-sun? in Chinese. walked back to the landing.On body operated upon weighed 154.4 as it chooses. Ia order to fix: its thread
'What is I" he two terrible. pounds. The lecturer exhibited upon when it begins to i They quieted down in a couple of holU'l"and
your name, boy tho way saw men approach. weave it emits small
By this time the rest of the crew were the next morning, when it
the was light
!'A-sung venerable of whom he platform 23.1 pounds of carbon, 2.3 drop of its
thought was
sir, replied A.rang. ing him one liquid against the wall,which
carronade and he
deck and the gun went onto the
pounds of lime, 23.3 ounces of pho battle-ground.:
'"What is your name, venerable the ruffian who had beaten the slave the forecastle were fired into the other hardening by degrees serves to hold the He found one of them there
on thates and about each of lying dead
one ounce sodium
sir. he added, politely : girl. He was not sure of this, however, thread very1lrmly. Then as it recedes all
that to alongside cut and torn to
boat get
were trying
pirate iron pieces. was a
potassium magnesium and very
'Never mind took another and thread lengthens
f repliedTrescott "The as this person path soon and the sailors gave them a volley and when the spider large one.
ilicon. Besides this solid residuum Dr.
venerable. Lord Captain Denville wants ajboy disappeared.The has come to the place here the other
[ Prescott at the head of Four
of days afterward
Lancaster the estimated as
thai was coming
to hIm.; other and met him. end of the thread should
; serve Lead as .to man came on be fixed.
your resolute threw the gather. back the
the most men
some of there 5593 cubic feet same way, some 500 yard from
were weigh-
father, and oppose not. He was a portly, well-dressed Chinaman, overboard extinguished oxygen, tag up with its claw the thread which where he had
F, A'lUJIg'nyea sparkled joyfully. Hastily and saluted A'sunjr politely with an engaging blazing "fire-pots" tag 15.4 pounds; and fifty-two cubic would otherwise be too slack it is found the first one, he
the flames and then reloadingtha stumbled
feet of dead.
nitrogen in the man's body. AD upon one,
ha led the way along the granite- smile. He stopped and proceeded stretched tightly and fixed in the
another same: This too
poured all
wa cut
of these elements combined in the fol. and torn as the first
paved et..nd stopped before a low, to address many flowery and flattering blast into the first boat which was trying lowing: One hundred and twenty-ont manner to the wall as before. In this had been. At another time he heard a
neat house. Inscriptions on red remarks to the boy, in the course of manner it spins and fixes several threads
paper to get off, badly crippled. 16.6pounss I big fight going but did
of on
pounds water of gelatine, not to seethe
and with parallel each
sit urn for joss'sticks were at the en. which he alluded to connection other,which so to speak, result
Poor \ was picked limp and .33 pounds of fat 8.8 pound of fibrin lIe was stopping one night
trance. lIia father came to the door-a the Harlequin, claiming to be himself an + -sung up serve as the warp to the intended web.
senseless from the deck, where he had and albumen, and 7.7 pounds of phosphate To form the with an old Indian, who had hunted and
Deavllle's.Although. woof
farmer it
pave, dignified A-sung put his old friend of Captain spin in the
bands he fallen suffocated after so bravely firing of lime and other mineral*.-Den.ml. manner its thread tome trapped all his life, and was telling him
together, and saluted him with A-suog was ia a hurry transversely,fixing cue about
That shot began the disastrous the fight, when the Indian'said
4 elp respect and said: listened with pleasure to one who had the gun. of one the It was ______ ____ end to the first thread that Was spun and that that ,was the
when old
lit t Venerable father, here is the venera evidently formed such a high opinion of repulse pirates. which u always the strongest of the males way two
time before he wa revived and A Valuable OrcnariL met; one or the other
ble Lord Captain and the and he some whole web, and the was killed
venerable Lord him at sight;r replied unsuspectingly other to the wall. and
when he'regained consciousness the battle Mr. Bodeeal fruit at L All those very often both; and that wheneverthe
Never Mind" who want a boy to serve to some adroit questions regarding a grower :I being newly spun, are male
them." the armament and regulation ofhe was over. manda Park. He has fifteen acres ia glutinous and therefore stick to each would find the young ono and

fe Prescott restrained his desire to laughstA.uag' .hip. When Captaia DenviUe heard the peaches apricots pear ant similar other wherever they happen to touch the mother absent he would kill the last
mistake regarding Us name, At last the stranger took leave of him, whole story ho highly praised Asungfor roils. He has paid all the labor inci- and in those port of the web moat exposed one of them, but if the mother were with
his prompt and courageous action dental to and his fruit to be them she would keep him off. That must
and briefly Informed the farmer of CaptalnlPedvillB'i courteously wishing him abundant felicity curing chipping torn our natural artist
wish to employ his ton U and the highest honors and promo but also warned him against being deceived ha told it all and ha 17000 as the net strengthens them by doubling the thread be the reason that the mother goes with

&bin- oy. for which he would'pay him tion. Theo as if with sodden thought, by shrewd rascal, no mattes how profit of the aeasotu That Is 946S.SI sometime tix-fold. the young until they are nearly two years

ten dollars a month. After due conaideratioa ha took from the breast of hi*rich over fin* their dr M or how pleasing their )It't acro.. The fruit growers are tit "About a year agp that ugly monkey old. They iy that all the cat kind will

the farmer consented, ud it small bundle tied up la a silk, ,1IIA' people this year.-Lt* 4s gb (ObU faced parrot sitting Ott that specimen kill their young. W* know that this fc

'Vis arranged that A-fang should v come I ttn\klel. _'-..,.a'. ,' _-*' J ...-' Th men who had beta stupefied lJ lStNU. cue in lpajng| trgnnd the. top of tho so Etrcqm.with tho domestic...:"'.. cat.-Perot and



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AG1UCULTU1UI.EfTEUEST benefited by.them. It ts surprising how' MATTERS. A LEVEL HEAD Toads In Bocks.

} much fruit some orchards wiU produce --

under the treatment to which they are A WCn Artiste C1 tLOTft. The A.y..,... .rPreseB.e* .t')fl.* U. aa Many well authenticated stories of tho

!orzc8 OF RELATIVE subjected. Yet no doubt under bettet KssergeMj.Dnrinfj finding live toads and ,frogs in solid .
XO FARM Stew some cored and peeled apples un the l late strike' toe New York Cen-
AND OAUUKN.SD5PLOWXR treatment there would Va a great im en rock are on record, and that such things
cut teal Railroad, the militia ordered bt In
tender with were to
quite a piece:of thinly
provement in the quality of fruit readiness are possible was demonstrated here recently
produced lemon rind water and .cue of a riot, but they were not
a ye1'11ittle auger celled when the workmen in
M well as In the quantity. The out engaged
: SEED!. quality of fruit from a well-fed tree is ai to taste. When quite to a pulp let it In .n Interview Oor. Bill saM the troop were Varlcy & Eterilfs lime rock which had

'"- Sate your sunflower seeds for your much better than the fruit from a hAlf. stand till cold. Then beat up a couple not to be railed Upon except in MM of an been blasted out, and a frog hopped out
early moulting bens as of till and mix them with the emergency. The emergency had n>t arisen
food they are the best starved tree as the beef from a well-fed eggs light then-lore they wonld not be ordered out lie of pocket in the contra of the stone, I

you can provide for them. Sun.. steer is superior to that of a half. apples together with an equal quantity of remarked that this wm tiie first great strike says the Salt Lake herald Of course,
flower seeds will not be eaten readily by starved An fresh buttered and broken bread. Have with which he had bail, experience and he did i the occurrence created a tremendous sensation '
apple tree from the
some kinds of poultry at first, bnt by allowing time it is planted in the soil ,should always reaiy a buttered mold, sprinkle it very not propose to lone hi* he id t the only point at among the workmen and operations
nothing else hens with baked bread fill wliiou there had been serious tronblo wan nt At tho e1A
.the soon become be well supplied with needful thickly crumbs up tI.raculIIaud there a sheriff had lout I quarry were for the time BUS s
plant deputy
accustomed to them and seek them. food. It will not do ta set trees in with the apples, etc., and then add a hit h,ad and precipitated an encounter. pcndcd, and the movements of r

(jI'he seeds contain a large proportion of soil, and allow them to mak poor' fine layer of bread crumbs. Bake in a The strike attuned several weeks, and there the frog were watched with great !IT""'; ,
oil, which greatly aids the moulting hens. struggle on, low oven, turn out carefully and serve ; wa ti intona action at varioni point along tin I interest. The annimal WAS some'hntsmaller

It should bo the object to assist the early ing them a dying small, within stunted a growth few or a part After of ,(prickled with pulverized sugar, if liked, with road,it but without the elvil calling authorities on the militia.were ablj Io cope I than the ordinary frog, and was IIgnal aervice '

moulting hens in every possible way as growth has once been checked years.In cream or a plain custard.Tr *Awto The lOll of man'a "'''ability come when an I pcifcctly white. Its ryes were unusually to weak womankind ia the findingof
theywilt be the best : young arise largo and very brilliant, but tho frog was
and most productive I Star. emergency which make a hasty cull on lost health-the el ,
trees it is very difficult to get them into bis! building-up
winter layers when good judgement and: discretion. The man : apparently blind. Where the mouth
lCarce.-Farm eggs: are generally a thrifty condition. Trees that have fallen who retains his presence of mind retain hie J[ should have been there WAS only a line, "a run-down" system. Nothing ;
Lf fe.SIEBCiSE into equipoise anj exercises sound at imchcrtical does it Dr., Pierce
an unthrifty condition are less able C1TCKSBCAKES. and and on the feet was a dark, horny substance BO surely M

I to withstand the ravages of insects and The real old-fashioned cheesecakes require put to the Junctures f.'on'. b to be relied on will be :Mr. Everill at once took chargeof Favorite Prescription. It cures all

: FOB IDLE: TEAMS. the vicissitudes of climate. By having the curd of milk for a basis. Theyare Men with level head have the staying! qnsllhlah tho curiosity and put it in 1tin can, the derangements, irregularities and ,

On a farm it will often happen that at the soil in Rood condition before the trees great favorites with the Jewish peo 1ii0l \\ do aol taller In the faro of danger. but the frog died tho next morning. Ho weaknesses peculiar to the'sox.< It's] a

some seasons there will not be constant are planted, and keeping it in good con pIe and are liked by many Americans as Otis A. Cole, of KiliBman 0., June 10, 189J, brought it down town, and it was examined the most perfect of strength-given, k
,work for all the horses usually dition the trees will and well. here is from .Tr01 "In the fall of 18831 was feeling very with interest by a large number of ,
employed. grow rapidly The recipe given s 1U. I conmiitcd a doctor and he said I hail imparting tone and vigor to the 1
For various reasons it is the habit of such soon attain a good size for bearing fruit. Jewish lady famous for her cookery of BriRht's disease of the kidneys and that ho ]People, and it was afterward presented to whole For overworked debilitated

farmers to devote all the work on one or Much of tho delay and vexation in rearing many national diahee. Rub the curd would"not gtmj in my ,nocg for the gtalo ,,f the museum, where it will be preserved In system.teachers ,

two teams, and let the others stand idlo apple orchards ia duo to the fact that the from one gallon of milk in a coarse cloth Ohio. But. I he,did not lone courage or give up alcohol.-Sdentfto American. milliners" pcam '
nesiyi! SAW the teitimoniil of Mr. John stresses shop girls nursing ;
In the stable or take a run at grass in tho soil is not rich enough, Is not keep well nntil free from whey; work into it six Coleman, lUOGregorysi., Now Haven! Conn., Ericsson- y
Captain Ericsson and Leif mothers, and feeble women *
pasture. But it is better, even for these cultivated, and knot sufficiently enrichedto ounces of butter, one and al half soda and I wrote to him. In line time I received an generally
idle horses to do work maintain answer, stating that the testimonial that holIa'1"8 it Is the greatest earthly
enough to keep continuously thrifty growth.No crackers rolled fine and an equal quantity A writer in in
Harper1! Weekly an article
wii \ and not overdrawn In
their muscles firm and prevent the galling one can afford to wait th&slow growthof of bread crumbs; add half a teaspoonful particu'ar. I took a good many! bottles any of on tho burial of Captain John boon, being un, qualed as an appo.etizina ,

of shoulders which comes from allowing trees in poor land, insufficiently fer. of cinnamon and a little salt, the yelks of Warner's Bate Olin; have not taken. any for Ericsson, at Fillpstad, Sweden, says: "It cordial and restorativetoni0.

too long a season of idleness These tilized. It is important keep the trees five eggs and the whites of three; six Ole)'ur." is interesting to know that the man who "Favorite Prescription" give

idle horses are apt to be poorly fed, from growing rapidly,. and bring them to a ounces of fine sugar, a tablespoonful of man Guy| he. Hill is cool h and aooonnted calculating a very and belongs IlIOONfut to bestowed a service on this country at a satisfaction in every case, or money ,

a notion that rain; is no longer needed. size large enough for bearing as brandy and.half a pint of cream. Mix tho claw that do not lose their hoada when critical moment, worth ninny thousandsof paid for it is promptly refunded.

When constant work is not required, not soon as can be done with. theso ingredients thoroughly and rub emergencies arfct. men and millions of money, had a connection That's the way it's sold ; that's the

so much grain should be fed, but a coupleof out Injury j to the trees. The through a coarse sieve before adding with the land of his adoption, I wad its makers prove their faith ,

quarts of oats at morning and night danger of injuring the trees by too rapid half a pound of washed and dried 'cur Things O. X. extending centuries bAck from tho bcgin- in it. Contains no alcohol to Inebriate -

will keep the horse in good condition; ,* growth is seldom Realized.in this part of rants and half an ounce of citron minced nine of his own life. Tho Ericsson family no or sugar to doe,

_and....he should. be made to. earn it.. Hares the country.:?. Our soil Id. not. naturally very fine. Line pie dishes or patty pans A Western man, who owned a great claimed direct unbroken descent from ; syrup medicine ,'
# digestion ; a legitimate
j"1Ul10IU should especiallyihave exercise: ; rich enough toJw'inlany! d'anSer of.being with rich paste, ill with the mixture and farm in Dakota, was obliged to cross the Lelf Ericsson, who discovered New England I, range ? 4

not to be overworkedr.inany,1tay'butenough '-"rcdjiy too muchfertiliztitionwy'4 heregneorohnrdls"InJured bake in a rather brisk oven. Twenty water for business purposes. For three ; AD,1000, nearly GOO years before not a kvtMg'PurelY'Tege! g

to impress,uponlthe foctusjthat ; ] bybeing) fdhuized i: minutes should suffice.-American Agnculturitt. months he heard nothing from tho man the coming of Columbus. Of this fact table and perfectly harmless in i-j
whom ho had left in of the farm the inventor condition of the World's) A}
the dams bearing: adaptabSltfjrto do tolbj ltiucbhnr! a re"1iund redw ettmthd'b'j clmrgo was very proud. | system. ,
*\ and at last ho became somewhat dis Dispensary :Medical Association!
What is expected: from: it.when it'deielopsto ; pot. r awing.venougn :fcrmiiailon'andculti { < It. Excellent Qualities ,
: turbed. lie was an illiterate person, l ropr' 003 :Main St.I3ulTaIoN.Y. ,
a horse.-Jkiton Cultivator. ff atio'K'T'Ati orchard f1s ( ,
( ,,, Kept Commend to public approval the California\
4r ** *- V' J't1RB11: OF GREEK FSAS. though a capital farmer, and tho writingof real.
\\m>\ .i" 4' thriftily growing' will tproduce,enough Shell enough to fill a two- a telegram WM a matter of some diffi liquid fruit remedy syrup of Fig*. It Is pleasIng -
17 KAKQERS.f nD fruit before a less thrifty orcEard.would green peas
quart measure. Sift thom through a culty. At last he sent off the following to the eye, and to the taste and by gentlyacUngon

Fixed or permanent mangers as a general ; begin to produce:much,.to repay.:.all the colander with holes large enough to allow comprehensive message: "Is things all the kidneys, liver and bowels, It
rule save time and labor in feeding' extra care and cost. There is some difference right at the farm?" Impatiently ho ?'ax
all the small
ones pass through. cleanses the system effectually thereby pro
stock. All animals should have' lowDangers of opinion ta to the.bestmethod awaited tho answer. But his trusty foreman -
"an Of these save a pint, of even size, laying moUDlllh. health and comfort of all who use
otherwise of f fertilizing orchard;whether.by top of few words and strict
the muscles, ofthe was a man
them in cold water. Put all the rest
neck become stiff or contracted''by theY dressin&or ,by..mingling with] the soil. into t water Ideas of economy, and tho envelope which It. ._

non-use of natural exercise., This is most : If the surface '.Is cultivated;.there wouldbe twtabletpoonfule of salt con.and lit anxious employer received as soon as A l'eal..tl\le man may be very knowing! and

readily observable In jace horses and stallions littltf difference In the effect produced, boil taining them fast until tender possible, contained simply this message : yet have Iota to learn.

which are confined in. stalls. For either by cultivating dressing: in or they are "Things is."-ikin Francisco Argonaut I haven an Invalid since my sltteenth
drain them in colander wash them .
a until five months ago I began a n e of
+ such, a tab or box should be used and uyplying to the surface. If applied to well and them in cold water. Put year Pr. Bull's Sanwpaillla. Now at the age of
removed from the stall immediately after the surface, the rains would dissolve the The Peril of Youth. twenty-three 1 feel myself for the first timeIn ,
the pint first selected from the otkirs into How few have material sympathy for life a man filed with health and amble
soluble any my
portion and distribute It "to the .
feeding. But the special advantage of a a quart of boiling water with a tcatpoonful youth at that period) when l'tVantrou name.-Jamei although I ;
movable feed trough is found In the caseY soil, and the next time that the'surface of salt boll them until tender sanding with reluctant feet do not sign my true Stnitlt Ltx- F

of animals which have a'discharge from was plowed or cultivated the whole ; Where the brook and river meet" Upton, &p. ____ ___ .\. ,.
drain them, wash them in cold water and They are urged forward by Nature'a item decree 7. ."
the nostrils, as the piled feed vessels can would be well mixed with the'soil.. The to aMume the powers and duties of manhood The young man who studiously enltlvatM! ,\ ;
let them stand in it. As \J4f-r
be best treatment for trees is to keep soon as you and womanhood. And yet this I la the one long finger nail, rarely cultivates much ,
more readily and completely cleansed. young put them on to boll begin to make the mo t critical point In the voyage of human era tI.. ;
I them cultivated until seven or eight years lIf.. Then it that the danger of shattered
;orses long confined in the cities, whose la a "
the fire tea.
soup by stirring over two reaches Its crisis and I litnoraareaclMs MAt.lMi cured and eradicated from the
at least. Then the land bo seededto nervous s>stein 1
working lives are spent in severe con.bemen' may spoonfuls each of butter and flour and Its opportunity to plant the seedof ,. Brown's Iron Hitters, which en- ,
in cramped stalls with high hay. grass if desired,. and "pastured to when future Ill-health and Dl ...ry. Then It is the rh'be.lhe blood tones the nerves aJds dlgestlon. WATCH RifAuiKo. Don't have your 1 tai" ,
they are quite smooth adding In general .
victim his This Act like a charm on person
cheep. Or the .udace.may mulched I quack secures his amt puree. .
racks and feed-boxes, when from lame- with gradually one quart of hot milk and Is the oroasionwhen the lulid of experience ill hranb, giving nw energy and strength.An watches ruined Incompetent workmen..
Bess or injury ore sent to the country to hay or straw, and fertilizers applied should take the hand of Inexperience and
it is from
until free
for suffer by top-dressing. Upon a .mulched. surface stirring constantly guide its feet to the solid rock upon the farther appropriate crew for o. Jolly boat-.rowera We employ only the most skilled talents f a,
pasture recovery or recuperation. lumps. Then add one quart of boiling shore At the approach of puberty and of laughter.
severe pain in grazing. If this is not the fertilizers would readily find water with and during the first years of this new order of be- Sh.lbYI1If1 Iml.isays watch left with ns for repairs is made sea
their into the soil and reach the season pepper nutmeg there weakening tendencies that A. M. Prlwt Druggist q
soon discovered, the horse Is returned to way but do not add any salt until after all the kould ng be guarded are against A medicine that : "!lall'l Catarrh Cure give the beet of nearly like new as possible. We will let\ \ you-
roots of the trees. The roots of the trees Can get plenty of testimonials
the owner in a half starved condition, peas are in. Bet it where it will keep bar the power! to strengthen the various partsof satisfaction.as It cure. one who t.ke.I"" Urugglstasvll know coat of work before doing It Send!
would lie near the "BUrta and there the body and to regulate and give
and the beast is fit for ,. ,
poor a subject the hot without burning. Rub the peas first control to its various functions essential at It, 75o. watch by to us tour
would be no roots to the your express expense,.
Society for the Prevention of grass gather up, frequent Interval. Much medicine has the
Crulty"toal.l.Amirica" boiled through a fine sieve with a contributed. great
a Bonrlrault
the fertilizers; reached potato lr. John Mull of Louisville Kv. The late Mr. J. P. Stevens & Bro.
| !-.n.-:* before they the eminent and the divorce court or write to us. Atlanta.
Apr masher stir them Into the add the I. Dr.Bull'sSarieparllla. deal to the stage
........ tree soup, given to the world. It known
.w roots. Eveliawhengaga isallowedto
; apple
1M" TF. _, ;:;; : pint of small peas whole, a little salt if IXm't fall Into the hands of Timber Mineral Harm lnds and flinches Oa.
grow'ln orchards it f much demand this remedy of your drug-
Teams and Arkansas,
Ii TED .BEST WTTTEH. 'v :t It is required and at nlkRtake Ts In Missouri Kansas
etter"to serve once.Ctiage ; no other. It is exactly what Tyl.r&Uo.Kansa.lity.bde.' F'ffooiREVOLVER tf A
I WhAt is perfect butler Perbapethere :J> .mow'it? and* .allow*>*s-*it'tq;decay Mvi. .. needed and will carry you safely through to .bOUIlI". aDd 1i01d. .- ,.. s
on.tI e surface-l serving! as a .m@"ohi thanf ,' :, strength and robust health. ,
is that'constitutes the ir tt "' m. o< the. ool- S
something ,. .
ft\ ... .
to rcmovejt.:;>o.1 A mulched 4. iurtace'Iaieiyfavo ;. tested HMITH *) wessonITEM.
"Forward the light brigade I" la almost an
Ideal article, as thero'probablyla' ia: the { et ti i+' a}H eat r "nend t or"the'beet not'SItIIOLD nnrrs. fatal to electric linemen a. It was at Bui-' The CodThat m* .Diaaarntord no. II...* spall sad arm DM* -.
fine arts, but up to the present writing Burned aklava. eliolo* of *u Mprt* r
i :Ittiees are will drive
sin_ apple produuctio: :; camphor sway mos Mnn?>*nrdlaeallbr&iSl.Sfsnil44-i) i, lID-I t ttMa
no one has ;yet been able to make an are { the\ Helps to Cure od'b !aloe. Rala .mmpa4e. sad
too close together n > ard.lo that quitoes.Onu ,' Malaria .
.re BItOw Iron Bitters Dyspepsia
cnrei .
.. 7u..lmodele .1
ticlo so perfect u to suit all tastes. Hero they are crowded,the dIfficult,' can Abe :- of makes Biliousness and General ""bltt,.. Ulresbtrength Cold. fir wreeskl. pm..I..tulI' lnapuie0,eVrut...
are some very practical suggestions as to tablespoonful liquid ,aides ilUestlon, tones the n.rv srea sUxit th.yAral are al\'ul. for 5.l,
remedied in part by)mulchTng iantfer, one-half'ounce. : .s appetite. The best tonlo fur Nursing' d.r.klilll. 4mee.rriey. CoBott bliolIYfI01
what the market demands in the of
way Mothers, weak women and chUdnn. w 1110
tilizlng freely supplying abundant plant Roasted coffee Is of the most The disagreeabletaste at,orun blot to* fine butter of Professor one
rQm. j e power.ful _
pen nnr.lJsbl.l bat d.D DMITI
.. food to of fruit. With j
secure good crops clean of the ,
C s disinfectants. In five minutes a woman can up a WRROsolver an sU the ba.>
coke. of Vermont: :.w. 1 out it many orchards are worth more for man's room In such a way that It will take him nls with Ana's BaDM, add ea sod dales of MUpie
:: liThe best butter is that which best firewood than for fruit.-American AjriiOt White cloves, it is said, will exter. five weeks to And out where .be put thing. COD LIVER OILis .sad ui ar_* Ti mmtrmmtfftlil .Tln" IIIe ..>ulne..rf"", t artlol la nvsry. and
suits the of the in MUf rsBBol> an order W-at to tA&nabniow ,
taste personjor whomJtis ? tamale the moth. dissipated upiy: yoo
-ulturit. Don't wait for
,fiol :1", Delays are dangerous. your will notlr* .
made. The ]keeping"quality' is no'1 ..'- APAEM ; Lard may be made perfectly sweet bj child to have an epileptic tit. Kill at once the Di riUnoaUl", "considered essential. The "t. _. worms that are making her feel so poorly by plioewa uN '
longer con. boiling a pared potato in it. Worm lJ atroerl. SCOTT'SEMULSION ,
AND GARDEN KOTES. giving Dr. Bull's LT'Ms.alcetkl.patw.. Npvl.ge.ld. s/atm. i
lumen want to be as near the churn as 'I'
Breed animals. Jelly bags should be made of flannel below of
I want only healthy An Irreverent wag wrote plctnra
possible.: They no longer a highflavored and pudding bags of linen. Gabriel blowing his Jast horn 'oa on a toot"
article, but most persons of a refined Keep potatoes out of the sun. For Coughs 0 Colds
Cistern water be char. B. .Ute T
Tee Ever ee
may purified by D A
taste like it nearly like sweet Harvest all at maturity.Are .
crops in and in the 1111 their name anl ad. TBrleKdl UsUk*
coal sending
put a bag hung water. Any person ;
cream in taste. Agents urge; the merits attending to drainage d that will lead
of their various systems of butter make you Fruit picked just at maturity will keep to fortune.e'Benl. LewU A Oo. beouritylolldiBg. SCHENCK'S ,'

ing. By following out the season it will Adapt your farming to your soil. much better than when picked sooner or Ksniss City. MOo Of Pure Cod Liter 011 nUll

probably be seen that every one has All begonias are easily raised from later.' FITS stopped free by / '} OR..*? HYPOPHOSPHITE3 :
No ftta after ant days -
jtskea a first prize perhaps several. slips. Salt will remove the stain from silver Jdarveloua.eur. TreatUe' and W trial buteJ.trM. 03T: Lll-IB AND SODA.The fQ PULMONICSYRUP. t;

Every 'one has also made abominable Have you bars or a gate on your pasture caused by eggs, when applied dry with Dr. Kline 831 Arch lit.. 1'lilla..1'. patient suffering! fromC0NS(1M1'TI0N

butter. The man, the cow and the feed ISave soft cloth. Woman, diseases and their treatment.t on .

have 'more influence than the system. your lima beans for seed before tablespoonful of turpentine boiled t.s paces tof ,aOo.illustrated omit of malllnt-.eto.; price Wo. Address Rent upon pot.U *- nRo n..'[cII""I"C''C ll\tI: .-_E".tM.: nt may COLD lake, Hie t j tl I* ptsasaal" Ihs lasts*.*

Dairymen are wisely changing their frost comes. with white clothes will greatly aid the p II. Ku i. ALP.IW Arcli bl.. k'hits.. Pa rsmedy would take with milk an much 1'hTstolausarepraeriW satlsfaotlou" aa'lie does BUI _laiD a BsrtleU. ItltBBMlOMiihMdl ftvplimiarsnTtklnirlnriirtoat.

herds so that they may engage in winter If you must strike a cow count one whitening Erie Itallwar.This It I. a. ,..r.rt rmslilo*. ] and to the times. hundred fires.Alight process. udawesdrrtulflesh.prod....'. Inlitnoolhrr World. J'orllaleb.1t DrafiMs,
dairying so come up popular Eastern Line In running solid .... ....
Hot, dry flannel applied to the face of beautiful day --- --. Friesl1n Pr "'UIp". lleb...."'. Uouk OB
train. consisting
The methods of different and effective movable fence Is estibulMl -
to-day .
. very OnuuBipilo sod see Onro mallfd A effective for and dining
, and neck is a very remedy a roachee Iullinan sleeping ears don
from those of twenty-five. years ago. a desideratum. toothache.To between Cincinnati Chicago New York and Dr. J. u. Bohenok.!. k ,Yhll.deiphla.PATTERN -
Less labor is required while the quality jumping loston. All trains run via, Lake Chautancioa AM'S PILLS
In the BEECH
If the dog persists hounding beat the white of stiff with during the season and passengers holding FREE.. '
is much better. A man whose taste for shoot him. eggs through ticket.anprivilagedtostop off at IhU lilies MA.OIOON
good butter has been educated is willingto cows ease they should be cold, with a very ,,'orld-f anted resort. Be sure your tltkeU read STOMACH. DI\lOItJIIHI II, IIDMIaI: YAM1J WAO
for it but will demand three By trying to do too much, many farmers small pinch of salt added. via N. Y.. L. Eo A \''. It. It._ A WEAK F UN B, U*0- L egylS.

things.pay A clean, cow, giving healthy do too little. Lunch baskets to be used In traveling Lee Wa' CbJ nes* lieada<.t... <..11...la. n.r elloabent 25 Cents a Box. S sir.an lad,ukU4 reed s.U s kawlonn>aII. *vry*pnw.CM uCa M
and positive ( '1ndlIt"Ift.
milk, good feed and cleanliness in every Cut the bun and cockles before turning should have a cheap cotton lining to pro- 1:esinVtter pr" ',sid" quick on receipt (Of Jl per J bolll.! .' or ALL DRUOOI/TI. :z'.2 .... .B

stage of the process. As regards cash in the sheep.A tect the lunch from dust. A .h,,* Cu..to=W>'anaotte. (' JloOkUhomaUuiaeHoukanilMapKntanywbsre r..J.D' D sdf/ ,.': i1JI.

age-feed butter, no expert can tell this plg'as well as a horse can be madeto When acid of say kind gets on cloth. CU..Kau.w.1I.Ao.. .:. iWk.atl).a..ruunUM. !. wilntnrf ,reel'Y3l:

world if unless the "feel its oats." eo receipt of 6ucU.Trlw.fc DROPSYTREATED tnud ad rullr dMWlk *f Ule.
in the properly done tog spirits of ammonia will kill it. Apply -_ -- -- Jxlut &4
. odor is absorbed by the milk: after it is Keeping the weeds out is better than chloroform to restore the color. M.p MTfrttlr. UIS:.....',M U Ulofctraud. .

drawn. When this is fed the stables pulling them out. Fruit or rust stains on table linen White Swelling FREE. B *' OroMmvMbp L Wee. wbl4lsr..nat1IPa -dlia W.Wlr.d.
or .. Veetablell* sdl s s tkppsriapul M H VoI M >MM<.e
and free from
well ventilated "Ia 1a1"1 etrf, kid wkiteaw.lina P11.05i.lb..uwudsul b
must be / ra mesa }an a i alt
Breed according to aim-for other white clothes be removed by Curt IMIKMUI jroeui.Md ml IU MIMT Ms stim
the odor. The cream should be churned your : com cm all r|h!leg Mow tt>* kiss wblekooutrMUd m.ea.e."bD tMl'pC-:: u. Ye.r at.t,*3J j w psrr.A. Toe null? ,.t a dMi Mijttil.:isivey MM.
the acid so as to get home use or for sale. soaking in a weak solution of oxalic acid. the muscles su that his. l*( was draws spat y..rupwm! .men._.o. 110 d. Ywed toe It., .beak I..b-U o*. uouib fin st ft l'*'.

as soon as appears Tray put all machines done with for Do not put in the water with right aaalca IcouMen4 aim a_&nae4., pIlle. tote ..l .in.alo soap
that taste. In the winter the ..., ll poi rilw IrUI. _4 IIM l. ,ittfip .,
creamy I abas} to take Wm la Cuawaitl tut aaperaUoa : BORE WELLS
the season under cover. which you clean a mirror; it is almost to p'ypou y..u.uUmsaiSSues. AtlatO I lOs
cream will churn better if thinned with ,tied twos flrluf klm Hood's Sanspwl Is --- . M 0 N EY I
warm water."-Katienal Dairyman. As a rule, it is best to market your Impossible to polish the glass if soap is la fl ap his ItlIq a. Ta. BMdlawa wok up UsppIU I ,w.a HMfcliM. are th*mntMUASLS usji
crop as soon ss it ready. used.Cold .aid sues ,,-.r boa. were 4lcharf4rom ; / i> tiokK IV A WIIUK I tlt'CSMVtlLlTl sn4
ham be IB* non W. *aaUBa4 with Hood's Sues rxiUMUd BS la mad to ..X 1**>7 sSDMTUu ; r.
nnmIZIXa APPLE oacaAana.C I Dirty quarters for animals are a disgrace may so carved as to attract pwllla mod to .r... SMolbs lie had perfect as*ofIt 15 1 Uil.Kl a>**:BIIMB nctpM N N1.u WSC.Wx.r. 1
and death-menace. or repel, and there is real art in Bd from lil* BW : "Th* Tutlt." T:"bwbYLwke..l.ro.M:'
Apple trees will bear fruit of fine qual a B*BOW rnas enrywbare, appamlljr You read apse for r>|ily. .: (
with all for the carving the slices in tha most artiitio II M wU s* .vw.-.ion ... MUfeaaAT, Votary Gd sendsalt sdilrax toViilV LOOMIS & Cataloiu
ity and in considerable quantity very Have the bins ready potatoes NYUAN
manner. Fear HarcBsweod, W, Vs.Hood's "" .,. tk r.U"TEU I.; FREE
little fertilization and, because they will, before you begin to dig. '1" .'.. Jo... .,k (ti.PENSIONS' ;. ".ffIN. OHIO.

r > the of neglecting!; to fertilize harvested and Milk porridge, carefully prepared and Sarsaparilla '
onions better
Ripe almost u thick as a custard is Sold by SM draiclsta $lH. fo *l. fnpandoal/ ?:' PENSION! !!! $fl
them has become quite c< m'11nor, more a delicacy I' eared at Ituuie wlib*
in cool
. dry place.
placed when b y C. L HOOD CO. LawsU M us '' 1 .,...
properly sweetened and flavored
t Nearly O-PIUM
: _
correctly huahl'al1 >eeu so. .. w ourPllt.Iiuobol
the bush-formed ; .
Grow the IOO Doses One Dollar
.c apple on .
- .. -- all apple orchards are in'grass, which is enjoyed; alike by invalids and the robust. b..N..h._aM Valor.* r usrroo.an *eaiW.4Wela..so. B, .WOOLL VM.U.
' ,; mostly cut for hay: and removed from the tree or on one well trimmed up. For croup use kerosene oiL Wet apiece '\"JinD-I..WI/"t AT. Agent IB uch low. Ueedw ',.. *.*;* M. Millie,ifwH it.*,r tJsitlij.il* .i; IMli WUtcitaU....

'., t land. Some pasture sheep in the orchard. Save some of the beat clover hay for of flannel and apply. It gives almost aoudp.1 1 lmf 7 and to work umuirjr U ouauettoa iu pusbeg wan otter ew bvtae pvticit., lout&A$ Y.:1"U"IT": :: PATENTS i.Y..,...*. u.ldPal
will it then. ,;:; << ," LUMl.i> KpOM, &wIIDt (Iblrss
the enjoy Av : e
cows ddM UMlnf or tier.psa.a.W.
,\f: That is better that cutting the grass fort spring; instant relief. Remove when the ra. ..C.U**b..... ,Jflt', uraMui, Wise 1145 Da.Untur.. M't.: Y.II.N UB. ... t'.!!.. SIIII.aheau.UrOutM. .
, :*'' hay. Sheep enrich the soil, and eat the Have you taken care cf that lettuce skin becomes very red, or it will blister. -- -- -- --- Patrick OTarrtll, lIltU r i." two

* '$ the radish seed left to get ripe --- -- _. -
;wormy fruit that falls to ground, and yon Water which contains impurities will

: r .thus helping to keep the eodlin moth in Think over the different modes of settling turn milky white when nitrate of silver

*; check, Some owners fertilize their orchards milk perhaps your way is not the is dissolved in it. If 'chemically pure" ? ASTHMA: ; sFRFqr
with barn ......eae... ML st.IIVa&a.t rs'rYaaTVDY.
by top-dressing manure beet. there will be but a trifling; discoloration.

t ,wood ashes, or superphosphate. It is If a young fruit tree blows over set >dlE buuA4..W.wauw.el aesy

f doubtful,however, about the trees getting it as quick as you can, and fasten it H0 iw.a..ap Adlro.
up It ii a fallacy to suppose that the cnv. CURE.Ea Ciro.En. .
;. m very Urge hsre of such dressing. The to its place. Ins: of a patient are mere whims, which THE POSITIVE .. aeb.5..4SrMItAI..L, ii. ,

(: grass fOI'D1lA thick tough sword,through Shock the corn ...eU. tie U firmly, and should be denied. The stomach often dT8aoTlLBaasowaunbtRmeTurk. Ptibetodn. dCeI.I pr u big lb.(1 aid se $fsuyth

i< is be absorbed I ayes are. a ,
?\ ficulty and very likely to get it to he barn. found in: any dietary. u. I2t find ,
by the grazs roots before it gets down to _,,_,,, se 4i .
Be economical of all the nitrogen When it is necessary to take charcoal Hrd.MJ We bees sold 1 acki.lates
tree roots. If heavily 0s
apple very Fl Vtdlclntf RooommcodM by rhrilclan*.
Beat Couch
the farm and a big
'diessed repeatedly, perhaps the trees within reach on medicinally 'it in a widemouthedbottle Cure* wLtrro sOl ek*> IL Pleasant uiul |[r eoble) to Uio 01yu"all t. ...ws1a1.

will receive considerable benefit after pile of bard cash. pour it iu an inch of water, corkit Children |ak:it without otjoctirA. B/ ;DTCrrt a o0Cklsae.
' awhile but ordinary dressing probably Bow much tire and trouble do you and shake it thoroughly. A few thla IL:

reach very, little below the grass foots, so suppose a good'gate to the pasture would seconds will luflke .to mix the charcoal s TaM 4A 11.00. Sold bl lawtD 1;.

that practically: the trees are not. much ave Ia a year over bent. ud watu. -" .:_- .. ys A. L V. ...... ......... ...Ttwty-W ce lS)

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8 ... .. ...._ ._, TilE EAST COAST ADVOCATE FRIDAY OCT. 31, 1890. __ --- ---- -
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Contractor F. 8.: Higgins, of Merritt, .. .

_ _i J. I. SWEENEY. has arrived, and win take charge of the :X bot 'W'fIJ American Dollar

building of Ides John Asplnwall'i{ new -. -oI 8 The Great

.house e (JQio?: s:=>teo>. p- //8 M r M

_ __J The People's Boat. Lumber has arrived for Mrs. John Allplnwal1's M'tj ; &gfi. Is Dlilded Into '100 Equal Parts .
owned by the East new house to be built her ..
The A1ore.tcamcr, on ... o '
Coast Transportation Company, which property on the north side of the Eau' I e: '-'III.;.!. & tth tj Ifaa It Is true the Old.Time Merchant used to tell you it only'had TWE 'trpal'ts

started from Jacksonville\ for Indian Gallic River. sa ? i g aN fn : | and he would sell you n 20. paper of pins for 5(. and pocket your

River on Saturday last, arrived at the Mr. Wm. Roesch li having his property o 0 > i 3c. A, 2e. packet of needles would /give him an opportunity to pocket

City wharf, Titiisvllle, abont 1:30 Tuesday surveyed and laid off Into town lots. &3 ad =a o sSlFI !l g ? another 3e. br your J1ard-earnt'd dollar, A qunrt. dipper, worth 7c..
having: stayed over at Wo are Informed that has sold : CS> ii
afternoon, he two o .v' III I a ? b..Cqg !d THEN copt you IOC, "
New Smyrna. A large: crowd were pro- lots already.Mr 0 ked: lD 6e., 7('. and a('. milk pans Invariably brought "even money, and so

Kent to welcome her, which they did to : R. P. Blatcho's schooner has been en ? H iSr :: '. on through the entire list of cvcrythingyou had to buy.It .

their utmost capacity by giving; three launched again, ant looks well. We t b B- .. t' ) '''' ZR will, perhnps! astonish you to figure up n bill of ;$10 nt old prices,

loud and prolonged cheers for tho Swee must say her owner deserves great credit 1 94 r 11I"w 01 IJ) ? ? ; Q 0 and then pee what the square goods will cost you "Bazaar" Prices.
ney and 'her Captain. for the way In which ho has fixed her et1 SIP A! a'u: 0 Then come around and ]have a talk with

The landing of the J. W. Sweeney at up. g Si r+ ::: g.-E ; 1'

the apology for a City Dock was a surprise Capt. U. D. Hendrlckson! and wife ) "t"c- B.Z pVy( U ":1"> J* cr.Oll pay :;! J. 1', TURNER & CO.,
.I') ''
to everybody. All doubts as to were visiting friends In our settlement iS g, 2 ox ; :: .; i"jr Y':1.tI "The Leaders of Low Prices"
+ :/)
her shallow draught are settled.] Tho last week. They had Just returned from :..;, S3if r; iS9 C'} .... "'". .".. ..g. /II
: :
owner have claimed: for her three advantages the .north, and were on the. way to IJ -ai a 8. 8 j} .:! -
over any other steamer on Indian their homo at Lake Worth. o oqCO JlB .. 0 O I6 ..G.least. J3 ,

River shallower draught, greater Mr. C. J. hector was In our settlement (t'): fr :hG 22 ; p; it = q: sa s

carrying capacity and higher speed. this! week delivering goods. Any- >-I: ja .... .... g .?! aril Groceries Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer.
these desirable] qualitiesthat tJ; ?: o., 13s a ,
The only one of one wishing to buy a suit of clothes ff .... p 0.. ,
1 Is at all quallonod lit 1 her speed, and would do well to visit Mr. Hector, and '.=' II 2 DS ? .lJ) r= . cr':" I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of

we are confidant this will bo settled beyond oxamlnb his largo stock of clothing/ f 0CD : J" "ry, > 8 Staple Ac I iiiey GJ-roecricHj X t.nitAn

peradventure just as soon as she Artesian Mas succeeded In getting a w ",0K d ea m Food Products
begins running next week. The people'sbo.1t SHM rn
good flow of water for Mr. J. T. Snell, at tj. Of All Kinds AW My Stock ofGI'aii
Is not finished\ up In on extravagantor ;:;I
Tropic, at a depth of 202ft., tho water; OQ' HH 8 .
elaborate stile, but she has n getthere Braii Cotton Seed Meal
rising 22 Inches above tho pipe. Mae ,en .B P o IV Hay, ,
carry-the-stuff, honest, all Is now putting down a well for Mr. Gco.Sncll I r. n..nnn."' Fnnol ,an.1 1Vh1'Rt.
Wool, yard wide, Farmer's Alliance look at Goshen I am the only house on Indian'l ; River l dealing exclusively In the above line of
about her, and she will, undoubtedly, Goods.' I buy close, and will sell close Invite your correspondence and solicit
Into and her DoC Bralncrd Is electioneering; ho l Is Very truly,
win her way popular favor, BREVARD COUNTY JAn HOLMES/ President. your patronage.
whistle will noon Income a familiar and traveling south, and expects to go as far AtBEUT A. TAYLOR, Secretary. 33. T,. !EVl=t-A. TVy.

welcome sound along our beautiful as St. Lucie. Another Eau Ua11lelte-
John O. Simmons-Is running on that WALTER S. GRAHAM
ticket for county sheriff, and we should INDIAN RIVER Attomcy-at-Law.
The Sweeney, wo are told, was built at Attorney-a-
I Abbeville to carry cotton and resin on say would make a very efficient

the GcorgU rivers She Is. only a year officer, if the people of Brovard county COCOA, FLORIDA Robbins & Graham
doom lit to elect him.Melbourne..
and a half old, but has: received rough ,

usage. She la 131 feet long over all and I CAPITAL: .

34 feet beam, with very wide gardo. Paid Up, 112 ,OOO. .

She has two steel hollers, which carry Authorized JftlOOOOO. EXCHANGE Real Estate Dealers.

163 pounds of steam at her ordinary ,
speed, and turn tho big stern wheel 40 [Get your job printing done at theAn- ---
Is Now
OPE and
Fully Equipped '
revolutions a minute. The steamer's VOCATE Everything new] COCOA Indian River FLA ALL KINDS OF PROPERTY BOUGHT, SOLD, AND EXCILYNGED.

wheel 1i Is unusually large, and some say Mayor Andrews, we are pleased to Banking in all its Branches, Members of Brcvard Abstract of Title Company
that she Is the fastest thing of her kind ]learn, is feeling much better.

In Florida it a tori*. She draws about 18 Whew! What weather they must behaving BUSINESS.SOLICITED.
Inchon and Is, In cojnmand of Property of All Kinds,Bought, Sold and Titusville Brcvard Co. Florida.
Captain north, judging breezes from that Money to Loan on, Approved Security ,

Pailillson, with Oapt CasnUly! as pilot, quarter. DIRECTORS Exchanged P. O. Box, 250.Wo : .

and Goo Poddlson, punter and general The next meeting of tho Ladles' Guild ALIIEBT A. TATI.OR, President. Buy and Sell All Kinds of Itonl Estate, and nre Solo Agents for a
freight agent.. :Mr. E. 'n: Hitter 1 III en- will be held at Mrs. Ely's, on New Haven JAMES HOUICR Vlco-I'resldent. largo list of cm'flllly-selectedl'rol'lJl'tles in all parts of Brcvard county
gineer. ri1r AH Inquiries will be promptly RELUDLK Information furnished as to character, location and value of any Property
avenue, Friday, Nov. fitly at 2 p. m. It. B. HOUIEH, Cashier. 1 on Indian River. .

The Jacksonville Standard says The McQuaig building, recently sold 11 J. M. SANDERS. J. F. .WOOTEJT. and reliably. answered.. 11 Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are unequalled
The Sweeney is 131 feet long, 34 feet to Mr. D. E. Smith, has been purchased ----------- -- -- - -- -- ---- ------ and every effort will be made to give perfect satisfaction to,intending Purchasers

breadth of beam over all and draws 22 by Miss Lena Johnson who will the Intruders of his domain, towered Mrs. Singleton the lumber that was in who may favor us with their patronage.No .
remove her old house and Properties listed unless the Title la Perfect.
Inches of water. She has two high head and shoulders above the scrub' Mr. Intends putting up a
the postofllco to that place. little house In the Purycar's Hammock Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring large bodies of Low.
pressure comlonclng engines, with cylInders Mrs. Johnson Martin, remembering the experience of for his hands. Wo understand that he Priced Lands.
12 Inches by 4 feet in size, and we understand, will Mr. Bullard, and realizing that Bruin and Mr. Joe Rogers have purchased the Write for Descriptive Catalogue
two largo steel bullorrt. Her speed will give up tho Riverside and occupy the said piece of which think
was between him and his gun, wisely property, we, --- -
Gates cottage as soon as Mr. ranch Is land.
bo twelve miles hour. Tho engines
per concluded to let him severely alone and
and machinery have been throughly moves |into his new house. after hasty survey, the bear silently Mr. Tchapmon, of Orlandowho Is

overhauled by T. Murphy, the mach! I Inlst. Notwithstanding the cool weather the stole away. Ills footprints measured working for Mr. L. A. Coleman, had a EDWARD STILING
The entire work of remodeling fishermen continue to do well. 60 barrels Gin. in width and loin.: In length. It is lively time with some oxen ho was driv ,
a pity that Purser Bollard was not on ing. The oxen !became unruly and ran
the steamer and all carpenter work has were shipped from this place one with his scattering everything In the
hand Winchester to secure such away wagon, Cocoa Indian River
been done by Me. David Thompson, of day last week, the result of one night's a noblo trophy. That bear is bound to not even excepting tllo driver lIe says Florida,

this city. The upper dock has been extended lashing: nearly 6,000 were taken another got on the wrong side of a gun some- ho was not hurt, and tho boys say they Dealer In
time. hope he will soon get over it.
forward entirely up to tho bow night. ,

post and a commodious saloon built for Mr. E. Branch took passage on the Air. John 1'\. Beach Is busily engaged Mr. Lewis Coloman has 0 fine-linking nOli Paints Hardware Stoves Tinware & Agateware
'- strange men working for him,
shipping ', plants and quantities of ,
the accommodation of pas engers. St. Augustine last Monday, bound for fortlb* .a tor the truckers use. A much the way they are making ,things shine ,
Four state rooms are being handsomely TItiiHvllle. Of course as he is' on the greater areat 111 bo planted In vegetables around him, It does one's heart good to PLUMBERS! & :MILL SUPPLIES, OILS, GLASS & PUTTY", TABLE

fitted up. In tho roar of tho saloon Republican ticket for tho Legislature I this year than last and on accountof see. Ho Is having: his groves trimmed, & POCKET CUTLERY, BARBED WIRE, WIRE NETTING,
cabin U the short north will doubtless fertilized and worked in style. We are & WIRE
and another Largo open spaceon politics aro supposed to have somethingto crop CLOTH. .
sure such treatment will tell on next
dock, with plenty of room for ilitiioIng. do with his trip. 'give excellent returns. year's crop.

The pilot louse has been moved Mercury at 48 degrees just Four trips List week the St. Augustine
stopped at Mr, Hector's dock
from the saloon deck the
placed on Monday morning.at Dr. Palm Beach. 11}
Lyman'splace with largo lots of goods. Our stores are
hurricane deck.] This dock has guard By-tho-way, tho Dr has ono of tilling up with their winter stock, and

entirely around and will be provided the neatest, best kept places in the set all are anticipating a good trade. w b

+withseatfor% those that wish to view tlement; his trees are growing finely, Another wedding at the Riverside parlors [Our job outfit in complete and new.

the beautiful Indian River bay from an and beginning to bear. on Friday morning. Tho happy Tho ADVOCATE office will be glad to receive 2
elevation.Tho pair were Miss Eunice A. Jones and! Mr. Y
E Thrall & Son have finished the plastering W.II..LoTournau, of Eden. The party a share of your patronage.] a

of Mr. Branch's cottage, and the arrived on the morning boat, and at 10 a. Cooler and no mosquitoes. m
SWconey mado an excursion 19 inside work is being completed very m., in a short but impressive ceremony,' .
the Eau Oallie and Banana rivers this rap- were united by Squire Ely. After receiving Capt. U. I). Hendrlckson and wife arriver -
morning probably landing the putiHcngura Idly. This Is a very conveniently arranged the congratulations of friends, on the 25th. --_T- -_......_. -,.. ,-...... _?'<,.. '(_ "' ...._'

at the wharf of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Walton building, and tho finish, though and taking a look around the town, the Mrs. R. B. Moore and Commodore DOORS, S.A.szr, BLXNDS
a short time. Quite a pleasant company plain, is very nicely done, and reflects party boarded the St. Lucie for a trip to Willie Moore arrived on the "Mary I)." Limo ftRIC7S,
started from here; but wo were great credit,on tho woikmen. The In- Jupiter and back to Eden, where we last Monday Cement, Shingles & Lath.
sorry to see so many miss the boat and wUh them a long and happy life Guns> Ammunition and Fishing Tackle of a" kinds
have to return home side wood work will be finished In"pol I am In reciept of a pleasant call from Doors, Cook: Stoves and Ranges, Gasoline Stoves Ship Chandlery Goods, Gauze
ished Florida pine, and is as smooth as Mr. J. W. Carlin of Jupiter, who spent ARThMAN WELL PIPE a Specialty Lawn, Coffins' and Caskets;
a piano. LaGrange. Sunday 20th on the "Beach." Cream Freezers; Brick, Lime, Cement Mowers and Ice
EAST COAST TiuusronTATiox Co.
Mr. and Mrs R. Goodo have leased the Will McCormick was stung by a large Table and Chimney PiPe; Flags & Bunting;
The following schedulo will go In effect black scorpion (commonly called grampus Pocket Cutlery; Mouldings, Scroll Work, etc., etc.
the Riverside and will take osllesslon
Nov.31'1)). ) Mr. and Mrs. Minor Jones, of Sunbeam ) last week and is laid up in conse- CatalogueR, sample cards and size lists sent free
soon; The Goode House has long been were most welcome guests at Mr. JohnIon' solicited and estimates furnished onappllcatlon. Correspondence
Tie steamer J W, will leave quence.In promptly
Sweeney famous as quiet, homelike place, where one day lust week; we wish they D
New Smyrna every Monday, Wednesdayand had driven just a little farther and stopped conversation with Mr. Fred Vost,
the Lest the markets afford
was spread the popular engineer of the Str. "Lake
at 8 A. M. with us awhile. :
Friday at all Intermediate
atop In generous abundance, and under their Worth," I was Informed that the steam
points, and arrive at Kocklodge management we are sure the Riverside We werf/sorry to learn yesterday that er would be launched as soon as possible, J. S. Watson
Mr. Joe Gruber was nick enough to be Co.
at 5 P. M.Returning. to resume her daily run between Juno
leave will become still more popular and secure absent from his post of duty at Mr Rumpa's and Uypoluxo.. i
Roekledge evtiry Tuesday a large share of the transient custom store and hope to bear very soon "WAYBACK" ,
Thursday and Saturday at 8 A. M. as well as retaining. old friends, he Is well again.: Master Allie lllled his
and arrive at New Smyrna at 6 r, M. place very well though indeed I
Clearing] up for the winter" is the main Commission
Cox ECTION8 Mr. Alex. Carllle bad the express wagon LOCALNEWS.Continued .
business at Mr. has
present Ely had
With A. & W, R. R. at New Smyrna, at the depot on the arrival of MU AND
the grounds of Bullevlew Cottage put in Bessie Feaster and brought her in style
for all points north via Clydes St. Johns first-class order; Mr. C. II. Stewart has up to Uncle Jake's. We feel very proudof
lUver Line, and Clyde' Steamship Line our express driver and his nice horse I from Page 1.
had his lot on New Haven avenue hoed FORWARDING
R. r.l'AJ>l>1S0N, G. F, PADDIBOX, and wagon. We wish him success. -Tax Assessor W. R. Sanders is in I MERCHANTS
raked Branch
and ; Mr. has his lot in .
,Gal Mgr. GenL Frt. & town to-day
AgtThe good shape: Mrs. Ely's lots are in fine Our little community sends it congratulations i
and best wishes ta Mr. and Mrs Rev, B. F. Brown
merchant. and shippers of Indian Epsicopal
and the creek front cleared and
River, who wish to patronize the Antimonopoly order I A. T. Feaster, and hopes that life may clergyman, arrived in town last, night. Dealers in Fertilizers
line, will please advise their grubbed Mr. Hector's place presents avery be to them the realization of their most
consignors to mark their goods via pretty appearance the Carleton happy dreams. Arthur was raised here, -Mr. Huckabay, ono of our old storekeepers ,
Clyde Line care of A. A W. Ry. and E. C. ;, grounds are now in splendid condition. and we feel proud to contribute to the is in town today.Mr. HomlorMou: < < & CO'fiii Garden
T Co or Via Clyde Line care of 1:. C. Titusville corps of merchants so exemplary Seeds,
Eugene Brainerd, of Eau Gallic
lost of the Ladies' Guild ,
The meeting
Co., Blue Springe, a young man. Success to him.
was held at the cozy cottage of Miss H. The first meeting of the Farmer Alliance gave us a call to-day. Orange Boxes, Crates & paper

Eau Gallic. Allen The attendance was Urge and was informal and held in the -Mr. F. J, Webb, of Melbourne, came

pleasant as usual. We were pleased to church; there were 9 or 10 applications up to town Wednesday, and returned CEMENT, PLASTER
see among the ladles Miss Grace Ely, for membership. Mr. Henry louts will home to-day. HAIR. AGENTS FOR OCALA LIME
(The ADVOCATE office la bend in all instructions anda
fully equip necessaay Agents for
who for the first time in 14 weeks was the C. F. T.
fed for doing all kIndsofJlbwork. Give charter as soon as he reaches home. I ,MUs Susie Brown U in town with REFRIGERATOR CARS.
aa trial. able to attend and to learn that she has There will be a regular meeting at early the view of starting a writing class. We ""W F..ruLth Can When Desired and...
a ] Buffered no ill effects from her miL For candle-light Saturday, upstairs at Mr. hope her class will be well patronizedand ED. and TRACED that they are property LO.tDEDICEDBILL

Almost cold enough tot frost. many weeks Miss Ely hw been very near Jacob N, Feoster's house It.Ii hoped she will meet with success We will Buy aU kinds of to DeatlJ..uullo
that all will be prompt in attendance.We Fruits, Vegetables
Mr. Chaa. Smith informs us that he the boundary line of another world, but -Mr. E. n. Purdy, of Daytona, a late we will Buy and Sell anything offered Furs and Skins ; in fact..
'will plant ten acres In vegetables on bisBanana under the skillful treatment of Dr;; Ly- rode past Master Ed. Gruber's resident of Titusville, started on a trip to Correspondence to us.
River property man, aided by the devoted attentions of place not long since, and think a boy Lake Worth and other point down the solicited on any"wlnts you may have
who has energy enough to clear, lower river: on Wednesday's steamer.Mr. .
j Mr.: Chaa. Young made his first shipment her mother, baa been returned to her fence and plant such a piece of land, Respectfully. J. s. WATSON & CO
J. n. Le Touraau
of Eden
offorangei this week. It was the friends aa from the dead. will make his mark in the world Hut turned from his northern, re

fir t lot from Eau Gtllie this season Ur. M. A. Martin while working on rah for Ed. Muter Allie's egg-plant evening, and started for home trip next Tuesday day. "Advocate""

The Hogg Bro are preparing more his Banana homestead last week, was are pockets looking theElioAllie fine, we can rattling imiagine in his be New He had York a very ahd pleasant other northern time while cities.tn Job Printing 1 Office
for orange tree. They expect to electrified by the appearance of a large now. 1 fUr Mr. Le Toumau came from New York
let out about 800 thus season bear, which, aa It stood up to survey< G, B. Gardner has purchased oft on the Yemassee "- A ":"'" OUTFIT sffMSffiiS


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