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East Coast advocate
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Titusville Fla
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Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
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Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note:
W.S. Graham, editor.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).

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RAND FANCY DRESS BALLAT Miss Kate Pritchard represented the lit Britten was in evening/ dress.Messrs. -Mr.\ and Mrs. C. 1!. Watson are on -Mr. Geo. C.! Foster, tit New York, -For rent, n first-class furnished room '

local papers. She looked as nice as H. L. Yard and Frank McCabe the sick list, but we hope soon to see was In town Monday for lady or gentleman. Board If desired.

MASONIC HALL could be Jn a dress of red and white, were dressed as gentlemen of the 17th them about again -Mr. Win. Trcutlcr, of Eau: Gallic, Apply) to Mrs. F.. H. Titus. 22: *

trimmed with the headings of the Slar century. -Mr\ H. F. Bibb, of Monttecllo, Flu., en i no up to town,Monday, anti I returned -Mr. H. C. Lnckland a lawyer fromSt.

anllA nVlc.TF.. A large number of spectators were pre arrived hero thirdly: : for the purpose on Wednesday. Charles, Mo.\ Is In town, having arrived ,

The Dancing Season linn a Brilliant OpenIng Miss\ Lena Gardner appeared as Independence of spending a short time In town, buntIng lucre Wednesday..
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Money: I Mottoyl I Monylll I to
In Titnevllne.It Day, In red, White and blue- sent.The lie returned home Wednesday.For -The Eau Oalllo steamer, Nyanza,
programme, which occupied) until luau f>n teal estate. Apply to UobblnsAGr
Follow Ing so closely on the Masonic skirt being of red and white, with blue the "we sm.i' hours," was as follows: Sale: a square, grand piano, two \ \ ,.'fit IIK'lIIe,Fln.Mr with Cnpt. Carey, Mr.\ John Asplnwall

entertainment and ball at Cocoa, chronicled silk bodice. ORDER OF DANCKS. stools and cover; perfect order; very Mr. Gen Chalk and Mrs. Green on loam .
anti Mrs.\ (;"0. T. Chandler anti
In our last issue, was the fancy Miss Albine Epger took the part of a 1. Grand March cheap if sold Immediately. Address, G. Miss Lizzie Martin( of Naslnllle Tenn.. arrived here Monday, and returned!

[dress ball at the above hall. Peasant, wearing a plain red skirt with and Quadrille, Zlkoff. W. Seller, Indlanol"t.. f. next day r
this week.
Invitations were Middy distributed white blouse and red jacket; red cap. 2. Waltz, Wamltefel. were visitors to tows
.. Considerable has been -
PoHtoffire Inspector J. M. White, of bunting going!
[among tho people on Indian River, and Miss Aline Egger! represented a Gipsyin 3. lenders" Tobani. -Mr., E. W. Hall and two daughters '
)t 4. Polka, WalIill.Ii. Taunton, :Miss., has liven down the on In this nl'ljthhf\rhoUII lately; several
t I the night of the 8th saw brilliant assemblage red skirt with black ribbon and of Sharps, gave our office a pleasant: call |
Quadrille, plain Strauss. river on a tour of Inspection) returning parties have bNjtolng out day after
I gathered in the hall bangles looped over itj black velvet FridayJ2T"Yonr-
spacious 0. Waltz Melssler.)
hero Sunday and leaving again! next day.: day, bagging a fair amount of game op
over the Indian River State Bank, of bodice; Gipsy cap trimmed with bangles. 7. fwrhottische, Walston. ::: sulmcrlptlon\ to tho \rwo. each occasion. On Monday Captain U.F. .

[which all Titusvlllians are justly proud. Miss\ Mamie Tyler appeared In a very 8. Quadrille, basket, SchulhofT. -Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Fuller, of CATS Is duo on receipt of first copy onUrcd. the .
0. Waltz, MelsMler. Brockton Maws arrived town Satur Fischer placed hip yacht at disposal
Although our staff were unable to he neat and tasteful costume as a Gipsy See rules on pagot..
10. Sullivan. of of who wenton
Landers day and after spending Sunday In Tltus some our sportsmen,
f present through pressure of business, wo Girl. I 11. "Waltz Lamothe. town .
-MrR. flying
vllle started for Rocklcdgo: where thl'Ywlllprobat.1y h:1I1'O: paid our n a boAr hunt. Among those who joined t
managed to secure a few particulars to 1\I1 s..Stel1a Halo represented Folly, Intermission. remain month visit Wednesday She has been quite lUr the hunt were Drs. Baker and Hutchtnson -
present to the notice, of our readers this wearing a block silk skirt with many 12. Waltz, Coote. a or HO. but tho ADVOCATE Is pleased to
I.!. Sicilian Circle, Walton. !: wry and ;Messrs. Hersey, Cluno, eta
t [ week. colors, ribbon looped over It; red bodice, 14. Polka, ZlkoH. -In consequence of failing health, I notice bet recovery. ,

Among the visitors from down the large yellow collar pointed with bangles. 15.: Quadrille, plain, Lockwood. wish to greatly curtail my business and lUllentlne of -
Miss one Minrpe'* '
I river were tho Misses Itai dee, Mr.\ and Miss\ Jeannette P.tddison looked quite 10. Schottische, Uauer. to reduce my stock; offer It for rost. C2T"Mrnh:: CWiniirti' on Page 8.
charming lady residents, was town ,
Mrs. Ed. Magruder, Miss Ohio Lapbani, charming In a short plaid skirt, black 17.18. Virginia Waltz, Lamothe.Reel, Shelby. My grocery stock and furniture will be Wednesday, and paid our IIlInotUIIan.1

Miss Kate ,Eyer, and the Misses\ Same; bodice, and bro.ul-brimmed hat, representing 10. Quadrille, Waltz, J.owthlan. kept \'t'plenIKhell-anll sold at greatly reduced other friends In town a pleasant call. Lieut and Mr*. limn, of the

Messrs. Dickson, Holmes, Cook, John a School Girl. 20. Dan Tucker, Original.) profits. My sales will be for cash Wo were glid to welcome her to Tltus Yncht "On1nh' In Tltusvllle.
Miss Lulu IIoKlck Swiss Girl 21. Waltz, Waudteufrl. GKO. 11. RVMPH. 222.Mr. .
son and others. as a only.- ,
returned homo tho
i vine same day.
22. Suiman.
Our own people were in force, and wore short skirt and bodice, with Swiss Quadrille, They live the"Advocate"a Pleaiant Tall.Lieut .
Home, Sweet Home. and Mrs. C. B. Cory came over ty By subscribing, f 1.60 per annum -
In neck and sleeves large rings In ears i
many of the fancy costumes indicated ; During the intermission refreshments from Canaveral Club on Monday, and I for tho ADVOCATE,. It will only cost you and Mrs. Heun, with their man

weeks of preparation for the event. with Immense gold chain looped from of cake and wine wore served. loft, same day, for about a two weeks' Three CtliI'er/ Wrrl, ltage luclmltil, servant, arrived' In Jacksonville, Sunday,'
the shoulders! either side.
Music was furnished by Mlgllonlco'sband ; on The dance was pronounced by all a stay at Enterprise, where Mr. Cory will to any part of tho United States This on board the Clyde steamer Yomnssec, I
of Jacksonville,which is deservedly Miss Parkhurst, as Winter, wore white and it Is enterprising to his heart' and started for this place Ar-
great success, hoped our enjoy quail shooting con small sum will not ruin you. Tuesday,
with silver sinsel to be clad In
popular all over the State. appearing
young :people will keep up a tent. riving at 3:10 In the afternoon.
Many of the costumes were very strik snow. -L. J. Ii. Vlnson, a former resident of
round of entertainments and gaiety the Soon after arriving, the Lieutenant
ing, and during the grand march much MisH Laura Lorimler, as a Greek Girl, rest of tho season.LOC.A.L. Notice. For tho benefit of parties Tltusvlllo, but now of Hamilton county, and wife wont on board Mr. Vann'n
looked In creamcolorednun's wishing to visit New Smyrna from point has married Into the of
amusement was created by the fantastic very charming Texas, family an sloop, tho hlinne-ha-hn, In which they
attire of'the promenaders. veiling, with Grecian border, on Indian, River tickets will bo sold to old friend l of the founder of TltiMvUlo, will take lengthened cruise. They '

Florida's Aborigines were represented draped very gracefully from the shoulder; NEWS. "parties of five or more on one ticket" and sends us tho following note which have everything on board for hunting

by "Mr. and Mrs.\ Turner and Mr. Sam crimson velvet trimmed with crimson for one fare the round trip, till Jan. 31st.G. may be of Interest to our reader: and fishing and expect to have a very,

Norton. Mr. Turner looked the chief to roses F. Prddison, gen. freight and pass "Mr. Drew Dodsan, my wife' father, tilp.Lieutenant. {'

perfection, and Mrs. Turner remindedone Mrs. F. J\!. Ironmonger who made a Society with Indian and General Hirer unit Gomilp Lake In Worth connection MK- agent E. C. T. Co. who Is a great-grandson of Daniel Boone, pleasant and) Mrs. Mean gave tho

forcibly of a Seminole Hyawatha, or special trip from Jacksonville: to attend time during pat week. Ilrlef mention ofInterentlnit I -While a great many are crying out says be was with Mr. Titus in Kansas: ADVOCATE office a pleasant call while In

a Facaboutas. Mr.: Norton, dressed as a the ball, appeared in a very handsome Events; About l'tot'Ile.u at the slight cold snaps wo are getting where Mr. Titus had charge of a com town. It In their first visit to America

young brave, could hardly be distinguished costume of white silk net, over pale blue Know Picked, and by People Our Society You Editor.Don't Know- here, many are dying from It up north; pany of southern emigrants and they since 1887, when tho yacht race took

from the original. The suits were procured silk, draped with white ribbon, and up and in Europe it In equally. bad, If not wore fighting the northern emigrants. place between the Volunteer and ThUtta.

from,the Indians; and by reason looked as nice and fashionable as ever. Z3f Advertisements under this head worse In London this winter has been I He say )fr, Titus wan a bravo man and When on Indian River-alwut four yean w t

; Turner's him little too Mrs. B. B. Pope, cousin of Mrs. Iron and well liked l'yall of huts comrade In arms.
of Mr fitting a ing are ten cents per line per week. the coldest for a great many' years, ngo-they made many friends, and they
quick, the war dance of an old chief, monger, of Jacksonville, looked very the thermometor on one occasion registered lie say he saw Mr. Titus get his belt could nut resist tho temptation to come

a little stiff in the joints, could not have stylish In grey and white-striped silk. -Get the ADVOCATE at Dr. Screven'B.Five 17 degree of frost, which has shot off of him, through a window-his here again this winter, a* stated In last

been more closely imitated. Mrs. C. H. Watson represented Night, Cents per copy. caused great suffering In the "largest command being In a house. Mr. Titus week's ADVOCATE.While ,

and was dressed in black silk, with sliver -:Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Willett, of New earth." wa once a prisoner In a hotel, and when
LADIES. city on on the lower river on their last
York in town having arrived here the northern around they
stars and crescent. are women came '
The Flower Girl was taken by Mrs. -Another exciting fox chase took visit, a 'coon was caught swimming -
Miss Kate Singleton represented a Wednesday. Insisted on their releasing him. Mr.
who dressed in across their path In the Narrow., and It
W. M. Brown was a place about 8:30 Monday morning.
Flower Girl. -Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Young, and Mrs. Boone doe not remember just how Mr.
and handed Into the boat
figured lawn, trimmed with black velvet Capt. Billy Lee, who Is making a collection was t
will not further notice of L. M. Lltch, of Butch, Ga., arrived In Titus was released but knows he returnedto
Space permit by the Lieutenant. It became quite a
ribbon, with a wreath of roses twined of the denizen of the Florida forest command. Mr. Dodnon think Mr.
the many charming ladies whom we understand town Wednesday. i his pet; but, Mrs. Honn Informed us It diedIn
about the shoulders; rosebuds in the i brought up and left In charge of considerable of In his ,
graced the occasion with their -House to rent from three to ten Titus wa a man Englandabout two month
hair and carrying a basket of fern leaves : James Sllvertooth, among other animals, .If -
and time.
and flowers. presence, and If any names are omitted rooms, furnished, on Indian River.-Apply a fox. On Monday the clasp holding day ago, much to her regret and It U her Intention

ThE Butterfly was taken by Mrs. It!. unavoidably, we tender our apologies. to A. Hlldreth, Indianola, Merritt' I the chain to collar gave way, and so did -Prof. J. M. Laflin, of New York, to get a few more young coon l.
Fla. 21* who spent last winter In Tltusvllle, ar this to take back to
GENTLEMEN. Island, on trip England'
E. Oruber, who was dressed In very pale Reynard. A big crowd was soon on its
pink cut V neck back and 'front, trimmed Mr. Geo. M. Robbins represented a -:Mrs. II. Q. Hawley has been confined track, and after considerable running, rived In town Saturday. He I I. a great with her. ,
Mexican Peon his hat being all trimmedin sportsman, and will remain here for did not the Oa1at"..'
In eider-down; ornamented with to her room through a severe cold It made for Indian {liver, where It was oyor.
silver, which made one think of the some month The New York Herald but left It In Plymouth, and the Lieutenant
sliver butterflies hair. during the past week. She I Is much better "run to earth" and captured. It I la now
Peons' for fine hats his handkerchief : Frederick Gebhardt hal gone Into I la not to another
Liberty was taken by Mrs. E. B. craze ; now. In "durance vilo" again, to await its say going get up race
around hill waist physical training, and expect soon to be '
tied until he builds another which he
was gracefully yacht
Wager, dressed in a dark red princess, -Capt. and Mrs J. W. Denny, of shipment north In the summer. Capt. ,
falling behind to protect the seat of the amateur athlete he once wa*. lie Is not prepared to do at present. For
with trail; blue and white stripes round Hyde Park, Mass., has arrived at the Rice was the one who seized and held
his from getting soiled when I.I working under Prof. John M. Laflin. tho last three lie has
so nearly
pantaloons or
bottom of Ikirt'j; stars upon the front, Alcazar, St. Augustine. The Captain I II the fox while In the river. yean ,
sitting. His general make-up was extremely For the past few year Mr. Gebhardt ha lived on the water, only spending about
and a crown of stars. president of the Florida Coast Line A
comical. -A* the, dancing season appean to not devoted much time to athletic exercise three month ashore out of that time.

Mrs. James Pritchard appeared dressed as in a :Mr. H. B. Wager as a Jockey, wore Transportation Co. have commenced It may not be out of and in consequence has grown They will take a cruise of about three '

Spanish Lady of high rank black and tight knee-breeches and blouse with red -The Indian River Lumber Co. have place to mention that nearly all European tout. He ha been troubled with dyspepsia months, all around the peninsula, probably -
red skirt trimmed with lace
and black striped stockings and jockeycap. just received an order for ten car-load : nations have their distinctive dance and ha had no desire to keep up going as far a* Charlotte Harbor
bodice of red, with black scarf looped of lumber for Lake Worth and five'carloads *. It 1* said that in England they those athletic feat which made him returning to Tltusvllle about March. 1A
becomingly over her hair. for Ede'n. this dance called celebrated before he became prominent
Mrs. F. T. Budge represented Martha Dr. R. C. Hutchlniion appeared as a Verily, company they have the "country a* the escort of Mr. Langtry. Since The Lieutenant will; If possible, pur-

lie dress of mull short gentleman of the 17th century. appear to be making big stride "Sir Roger DeCoverley" very similar to his return from Europe MR Gebhardt chase an Island on the coast of Florida.,

Washington. Master Joe Lorimier represented a -It i* said that the only Indian that the "Virginia Reel;" and the "Horn has become Imbued with his old-time desire so that he can come and spend: the winters

waist, cut V neck back and front; very Spanish Cavalier; and knee-breeches of ever graduated at West Point Military pipe," which seem indigenous. In Ireland to again shine a* a premier shot-putter there, bo U so charmed with our
skirt with trail hair and Incidentally
full ; powdered, and amateur pedestrian
white waist academy was Lieut. David Monlac, of they have the "jig" ; In Scotlandthe
gold climate.
making her look quite like the fashionof crimson zouave, wore a* an expert In using boxing-
trimmings, etc., and a lady who was present Alabama. He resigned from the army, "reel"; In France the "quadrille" and glove. Three week ago he and LatHe They remember the name of lot of ,
those days.
killed In the Florida Indian the "cotillion" In Germany the "waltz" went Into like County, Pennsylvania,
said he danced very gracefully. but later on was ; up the lower-river resident whom they met:
Mrs. E. L. Brady as the Quakeress, Mr. Teague Norwood represented a war. He was major of mounted and the "gallopade" ; In Spain the "fan- and made their head-quarter at a little when visiting the East Coast on their- "
wore a steel-colored silk, broad bandkerchief roadside Inn, where the plainest food -
pinned round the neck, crossing in Cow Boy with ruffled pantaloons and troop and wa shot while crossing a dago"; In Naples the "tarantella" ; in wa eaten and there were no Inducement previous trip, who will gladly welcome. l

fastened in the waist with sash, carrying a six-shooter and whip. stream in the face of hostile Indiana. Poland the "mazurka" and the "krako- even to mild dissipation. There them back. J

front and Mr. W. M. Brown appeared: In uniformof -Mrs. F. M. Ironmonger and Mrs. B. veich" ; and In Russia the "cossae." was a trout brook near and in the surrounding Lieut. Venn wa In command of the

baker.Mrs. Duren appeared as Juliette, In blue, trimmed In red, with brass buttons B. Pope: two of Jacksonville' charming These are all characteristic dance movement, cult-: I all sort.wood.Long wa tramps to be had through game the of British expedition that wa sent Uto>> '

pale blue with very full sleeves, skirt and looked quite smart as a Signal lady resident, made a special trip to Tltuiville able In their quick or slow woods with gun and fubing-rod wa Africa to discover Dr. Livingstone.; and

cord. Service Cadet. last Thursday to attend the fancy to the naUonalldIOl11erulel. the dally routine. Day by day the aYe be wa the first white man that met If*

looped with dressed the dress ball. We to meet of Mr. Gebhardt wa reduced M. Stanley on bis return after discovering
Morning In Mr. Jas. Sanders was as were pleased -The signal service weather forecast OlrdUf.Ja
Mrs. Bale appeared as clel increased In size and in
white. Count of Monte Cristo. them in town again, and noticed that for January U: "Stormy weather will strength. He declalred he had never enjoyed Dr. Llvlngntoue.

pure lIo. S. H. Kay, Mrs. Ceo. :M. Robbins Mr. Circle wore red and figured knee- Mr*. Ironmonger 1* getting better-look. prevail over the northern part of the himself *o much before nor felt so On Wednesday morning Lieut lieu

and Miss Sepie Hale appeared as the breeches, with corresponding colored lag than ever since her marriage. Well I North Atlantic and along the American well. From five mile a day be soon became I i viewed Capt. C. V. FUcher1 trim and

"Three Little Maids from school," and shirt and represented a Jockey. her husband I* a good-looking young I coast north of Hattera Strong westerly and able down to endure the mountains a thirty-mile without jauntup fatigue -. neat-looking schooner yacht with whlt9k.

looked quite Japanese. Mrs. Ray wore Mr. Goldsmith represented a Spanish fellow, and probably that account for and northwesterly gale may be expected and be declare be 1* to-day a bet. he wa quite pleamxl. In fact, be dLS"not

flowered trimmed In yellow Cavalier, In black and yellow striped it. I IYn. : every or six day along the Trans ter man than he has been fur five year think we had such a nice yacht for
large pattern I But Mr. Gebhardt' couree of training hire Indian Uher. He alo paid Capt. =i
bat on
with butterfly bow in the knee-breecbes, broad-brimmed with John Asplnwall I now erectinga atlantic steamship route, accompaniedby
yellow He I I. In this
again city
baa not ended on'l boat rUlL .
John Slmon yard a r
flowered yellow plumes; black mantle lined with pretty two-story house on the heavy snow squall, and followd by
back. Mrs. Robbing, large very but only for a week or so, and In the tholrcourt k
goods trimmed In black lace green butterfly yellow.Mr north side of the Eau Gallle river. It 1* clear and very cold weather. In the meantime he will continue lute exercise. Lieut. and Mrs. Ilonn by '

,bow In back with red scarf; fans Louis Brady appeared. a Sailor.Mr. to be rented furnished. The house Is Gulf of Mexico severe norther will occur While he U here his! steamy aeht I being Due and affable manner are making:',
J. S. Watson gentleman of the often in ten d..yl. and fitted out for a trip to Southern waters. host of friend In Florida. "' ;a -
and with a* once
Miss; Hale flowered goods comfortably nicely equipped a* "
In hair. large
"11. will spend the Winter In Florida, The Minne-ba-ha with the Lleute'nant"11Ilfo. <'
17th century. the of household linen and northerly gale may be encountered oc ,
trimmed in red red butterfly bow at exception aid one of his eke friend lat
back. Small parasol in hair. Mr E. L. Brady as "Little Boy Blue." silver. The house i I. to be ready for oc casionally the Carribbean ea. The night. 1 do not know the exact date of steward and one sailor on board,
Sailor will reach their extreme but It will be next week probably started on their trip yesterday, making r, ;
MiA Carter :Miss Allen and :Mrs. Watson Mr. P. Hall was a Boy. eupancy about January 15th. In addition northeast trade ailing/ ,
Willie Hale represented a Page. limit. will be encounter. next Thursday. The yacht must be If possible two calla on Ute way bet wept: t"
all dressed in faster, there I* a nice piece of ground, southern Fog .
represented Night- stored and there must be some extra
her. and Melbourne-one at Mr. J. 'V.Lee' .
black lace. Miss Carter wore loose black :Mr. Harry Budge was dressed as a where vegetable and fruit can be raised ed more frequently than during the put gun and fishing tackle put on board.

sleeves star and crescent In hair; large gentleman of the revolutionary period. I at option of occupant; also a pump anda month on the Grand Bank and on the The stop will probably be at Charles- place Rockledge) and the Other Y
the westward. Ice I la seldom town and Savannah. From there they at the residence of )fr. and )(n. J. 0. ; .
of water from to
flow coast
Cameron at Mephestophele splendid good an .
hair Mr. John ; .
silver powderedwith '.r' .
star on shoulder; and Indian fII
will sail the it John Eau Galll. ,
silver dust. :MUs Allen dress cut half black and half red, with horns. The artesian well. Situation cannot be surpassed. met with south of the latitude of Cape: Hirer up It I* probable that tbe Winter Walton The ADVOCATE wb"th. ate ,1 -

baby waist, with gilt stars. Mrs. Wat- conventional forked tail was mUsed during .-Apply, for term., direct to Mr*. Race during January; a sharp lookout will be pent hunting and fishing and n to _

HOB, radiant with moon and star on the evening, and It was replaced witha John Asplnwall, Eau Gallle, Indian should be kept for It, however, especially that the party will not return until I and pleasant Journey and 'hope,***""*" MM .. ,
toward the end of the mouth. Spring. them on their return.
akin of black lace. trailing mantle. River, Fla.


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The :newly teete4v:State officers, ia 'l;" '" .- EMMA ABBOTT DEAD. I I

t Coast AdvDCBiO: f Kansan ,all K&if nta'of libor cHron** : NEWS ,OF THE SOUTH WASHINGTON MS, -- THROUGH GEORGIA
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t.-. 7' J +rn.+ SALT LAKE:CITY.
Insurance THE
companies FIFTY-FIRST CONGRESS., Emma Abbott the great American STATE

show that the American man lives longer ESTINO NATURE prima donna, died at tho Hotel Temple- Swift

than men of the same race in the old THH LAW-MAKERS OF UNCLE BAM'fl DOM 41AOADT ( ton, Salt Lake City, Utah, Monday m-rn- Mr. Charles T. .i'e.preeidedh
lands rmrr ALL
fonth Carolina owns phosphate ITEMS FBOM FOISTS m TUB She '
of the well-known
o'clock 8.
world. AT WORK -ItOOTINR OP THE! ing at 7:40 B. 8. Comp ny' '.
that are said to be worth enough to- pay SOUTHERN STATES THAT WILt E5TER-: BOUSE: AND SENATE EACH DAY'S PRO. : was taken ill on Wednesday night but I Atlanta, died Tuesday at his home' II
debt and leave ---- persisted on going on the stage and singinj that city.
the whole of the State al1aoho010 The greatest stamp collector in Eng FLOODS, ETC. CEEDISGS TERSELY TOr.D.The i nothwithstanrt-
balance !in the treasury. land says he has at last used Brattle ? her part "Ernnni At1ar.t 's population, aooord1ng to Ii.
got a advised her not to. On
ing physicians
Mount force bill met with deciJud'1: secretary of the thllmber of Oomllie
.". boro stamp (American, ) of 184G, Ho Fire at Rocky N. 0., destroyedthe unexpected accident Monday afternoon, New Year's Day she was t ken alarmingly is fully OCOO. He makeR it in the

the Washington Star: MTlio thinks( is the only specimen in esist- Argonaut newspaper office.A and was fatally injured. There is nt ill, and a conference of physicians directory, which is just completed. 11ft
Sny half interest in the Mel?od t Ad- hope of its entertained cithi were oidercd. From that time
handsome young lieutenants of the army once and is worth $1250.An : rotate in (hattanooga, has been sold to its friends recovery or foes, and thc chances arc she has grown worse till thin morning, The work of oponin the Chuttaho
chee river between West
discover a wide margin of difference betwten -- Rev horace E. Warner, of Cedar Falls, that no efforts will be made to reauscl- when the died. The scene at her death and boats Point will a-id Franklin .
American firm is shipping to Germany Iowa. bed was a pathetic one. The great progresses, be runnb.
n Sioux: ghost dance and a -aob. tate it. On Saturday 110ar and Edmund between those points by curly
$60,000 worth of boring tools and H. C. Markes & Co.; dry goods mer telegraphed to. all the absent Hcpub! singer was conscious almost to spring.
ingtou bon. oil well chants of Anniston, Ala, have made an liean senators to bo in Washington the last moment, Respites that opiate bad Americus has laid out A big year's work

supplies, with which a German assignment. Liabilitits, $23,000; assets, i Monday in order to aid! in bringing been administered, her last words were; to be done in 1891. She expects by Isgj
syndicate will drill wells. "I afraid to die." There were to have near 12,000 people in her
According to the Hail and Exprtm a experimental 40000. I the election bill to a vote. I am not IDCfir.

Brooklyn dressmaker! not to be outdone The fatherland may contain petroleum General Francis E. Spinner, ex: -tress- I Alter the trivial matters that occupy the I Miss at her bedside: Alice Ellerton, porate limits, to say nothing of numerous .

deposits, observes tho New York Tel urer of the United States, died at Brook first h ur of the soove' every day were Nellie Franklin, Miss Vernon, Mr. new industries, factories, stores uj
by the New York milliner who style lynsburg, near Jacksonville Fla. Wednesday concluded, Vice President +'Morton hn<} Pruette, Mr. and Mrs. Michclenn, hundreds of dwelling houses

bersulf a "bonnet acrhltect," has hung fruit' as well as excellent mineral springs. evening. g ne down to lunch and Senator! Harris, Miss Ancandnlo' } of the company, Mrs. Elizabeth Sasscr died nt Gay 1 I.

her sign on the outer wall M .-, -- -- The house of L. E. Wilds of Winona of I cnnessec, was in the chair. It was Manager Pratt and wife, of tttc week, lacking only five days of

Builder." The army of the Argentine Republic Miss., has been closed by an, attachment, after 1 o'clock, and as the vote on a local hotel, and Dr. Pinkerton. The body was ninety-four yea'ra Old. She was a Unit]
Dress I bill announced Senator Hoar called embalmed and enclosed in a hand'ome States the
contains 1373 made was pensioner, being widow oft
ofHcers.incJuding forty-two by a Memphis firm. Assets and
liabilities up the elei tions bill, as is the usual daily casket and will go from there to Denver soldier of the war of 1812, and was thi
Nashville, Tcnn., boasii that'she his generals, to command a rank and file of not known. custom. lie yielded the fluor to Senator thence to Chicago, and thence to oldest resident of Meriwether county

about S500 men. The expenditures for The trade council of Birmingham. Ala., of Micsissipi, to conclude his Gloucester, Mass., where her husband is Tifton will bo
in to the soon
electricity practical use has nn incorporatedtown
more appointed a committee to bring abouta speed commenced last week in defense buried. Her will provides for that disposition
gold lace down there must be bill
the tho
opines by Representative Ken
square inch than any city of its inches; in conference between the striking coal of the new c nstitution of Mi sissippl.I of her rem.ins. :Miss Abbott nUl
New York Telegram, a greater drain on miners and coal and, if possi- I die and told her for tint purpose having become a law
the country. In the matter of street rail- I When George took the floor Senntors\ confidently expected to As soon as the charter U received
the nation's resources than the outlay for ble, settle the strike. Jones New Year's Day that her from
roads she claims to lead the world.. .He- Sic wart Walcott, nod Teller physician on the secretary of state tho work of
gunpowder.Tho The Carpenters' Union has addressed a formed a group in tho rear. In nn instant next song would he sung In heaven. A for organizing
ides an extensive: street light system she letter to the contractors of Chattanooga t-taator Stewart nas on his fee. singular coincidence connected with the will a municipal government Tiftw

has a complete electric clock system. Kenncbco Me. Journal asking an advance of 18 per cent., 'Mr.: Speaker," ho cried, "I move the aHair, ii that she died on the anniversary begin,
( ) states to take effect May 1. The carpiCtern senate proce< d to the consideration of the of her husband's death. Tho progress of work on the Georgia,

-- that over two hindered years ago the give four months notice, in order that all bill to provide against the contraction of Carolina and Northern railroad is truly

It is told that the commission, appoint- Tredegar Iron Company was formed at contracts under way may be completed. the currency." If a born > hud exploded NOTHING STOPPED THEM. wonderful Within a very few monthi

d to consider the means of abating the Cardiff Tho decision of the contractors has not there could not have been a greater sen this road will bo running through traini
From this tho
.ntbbit pest in Australia has examined large yet been made public.A sation. Hoar rushed to the front to declare THEY CLIWBE6 iNTO WINDOWS, THROCOHSKYLIOHTS from Norfolk to All uta. This is At

nd 1400 schemes. M. Pastcur'a iron company in Virginia took its name. tire broke out in the alliance warehouse the motion not in order, ns Senator AND BROKE INTO A (SAFE. lanta's newest road, and it will open up

reported Then,was organized the South Tredcgar at Opelika, Ala., Tuesday, and George had the floor; "But I yield to one of tho richest sections of I he south

remedy, fowl cholera has proved of I: Company, of Chattanooga, which now came very near resulting in a serious conflagration the senator from Nevacln," said Expert: cracksmen entered Libby, MeNfill A fire at Augusta Wednesday morning

ittle efficacy. Ribbit-proof: wire fencing has decided as the warehouse containedover Mr. Gcorae. "Mr. President-" & Libby's office at No. 834 South completely destroyed the business home
to establish itself at Cardiff
seems to bo as yet the only feasible 1,000 bales of cotton and it caughtIn shouted Hoar, his face turning pale. Water street, Chicago, the otherday and of L. A. It. Rcnb, wholesale liquor dealer,
Tenn. From Cardiff, Wales, to Cardiff, the center. 1 he burning: bales weie "A motion to consider a bill is not debatable rifled the safe. At the rear uf the officea N. Kahn, wholesale grocery, James Q.

,Ian. Tenn., in about 220 years. qui kly removed and the fire company ," quickly ruled Senator Harris, large vault is built in the ball. A hole Daily's carpet storo and Mrs. Jcpp'i

-- promptly extinguished the fire. The from the cuuir. "Docs the senator from bad been' bored into tho heavy outer hoarding house Loss 103.000., with
Edward Atkinson, tho Boston statistician -- ---------- damage -was slight. The origin of the )
uttered an, epigram that, in the The Chicago Herald asserts that "i era is unknown. as he ran to the front, "mean to But the burglars met with a serious difficulty of whiskey were lost.

estimation the Chicago Heralddeserves, careful inquiry ia tho Minnesota State The old Yuengling brewery on the sayAt t< is instant Senator Gorman when they found that wither Judge Fort has granted a charter to

a long lifo when he said: ,"There ore two Reform School some time ago revealed James river, just below Richmond, Va., cried out: "This question is not debat-" the vault was a burtlar'J'roof,: safe and the Ohio Fruit Loud Company, which j
able. I insist tlio roll called. clos-d the outer door
the fact that majority of the was burned to day with its contents. on being They promises to do great things towards the
things needed in thcso days: First, for a boys com- ham.
The building was the property of J. T. All during the roll tall, there was the attacked the arfe with a sledge dove opment of Georgia. A good atart

, rich men to find out how poor men live; mitted for crimo had attended Sunday- Bctz, of Philadelphia, whoso loss is most interne excitement: both on the mer, finally bursting it open. A cash has already been made. Over $100,000has

.and, second, for poor men to know how school until near tho time of their com. f48tJOOlnsured) in tho North. Tho Richmond floor and In the galleries. When tue drawer containing over $100 wai carried been invested in the Mute since last
mitment. Ctdar works which used tho build. president announced Stewart's motion away but tho checks and notes were un The is
rich men work." Forty per cent. of them came February. company an outcomeof
had bi carried 84 to 20 there touched. In their haste the burglar
by *as
warehouse lo t the southern excursion of
from the homes ing as a storage $10,000in : the Ohio
directly ; forty-eight percent general applause. overlooked locked drawer containing a
goods, fully insured in local com- farmers recently brought to the south.
Organized charity, in the form In more had lived at home until with. panies. 1 be silver bill having been taken up, large amount of g<'I ld and silo,.r. Thee Next month another excursion from the

which we now recognize) it, has had in one year of their commitment, and Tho EufauU Drug Company, atEufaula it was read by the clerk, and Mr. Stewart they left without being scon. To obtainan west will be brought to Georgia, and still
moved to amend it by adding the following entrance they forced tin ir way into an
hardly twenty years of life. la 1802, only twelve per cent were entirely home Ala., was completely burnt out Monday :. That any owner of silver bullion, empty warehouse half a block away and greater results are expected.

that !is, before the combined action of less. night. The Ore broke out at about 2 not too base for operations of tho mint, climbed through the skylight to the The reports of tho county school commissioners ''
o'clock in tho morning, and tho alarm of the state will show a remarkable -
may deposit the same in amounts of valueof roof. They walked over the buildingsuntil
tho poor law with charity organizations, was not given until 2:80 o'clock when of the schools for the
Heretofore the postmistresses of not less than $100 at any mint in the they reached Libbey's, dropped
the proportion of adult able-bodied paupers France have been debarred the alarm was promptly responded to. but United States to bo formed into standard through the skylight and reached the past twelve months. The estimate is that

in London, indoor and out; exclusive : practically! too lato to savo anything. Their entire dollars or barr, for leis benefit and with- office. the school attendance will go from 842-
from marrying. By an old established stock was completely destroyed, but the out charge and that at said owner's 000 in 1880 to considerably over 800,000
of 0.7 1000 ; op.
vagrants, was per ;; rule husbands of postmistresses could, upper story was not burned at all. The tion he may receive therefor an equivalent SOUTHERN TEACHERS for 1800. The compilation of the statistics .
1888 it was 3.2. loss was probably $20OP0'with' $17,000 for this fall the shoulders \
not in a number of trades or of such standard dollars in treasury year upon
---. engage insurance. notes of the snmo form and description, WILL HAVE A T.AI1OF.OATIIEItlNOON> > LOOKOUT of the new commissioner and hit

The Washington Star notes the re professions, on the theory that they A Jock'on, Miss., dispatch says: An. and having the sumo legal qualities y MOfXTAlX> IJJ> 4CLY. assistant. Two thousand copies of Judge

markable coincidence that within sixty would offer temptations to the husbandto other investigation is shonly to commence notes provided for by the act approved Hook's report to the legislature are waiting

days less four tamper with the mails. Now, how. of ex-State: Treasurer Heming July 14, 1800, entitled, "An act direct- The Southern Educational Association, now in the hands of the public
or Justice
prominent men, way's books. 'I. his time tho investigation ing the purchase of silver bullion which was formed at Moruhead City, N. printer in order that tho statistics for

Killer, ex-Secretary: of War General ever, the Government has abolished is to be thorough in every respect. and the I-sue of treasury notes C., last summer, has absorbed tho association 1800 may bo incorporated,.and the whole

Belknap, Surgeon General Baxter and these restrictions to -the choice of a Colonel Hemingway and his friends have thereon and for other, purposes." And which was formed ut Montgomery, Issued in one volume.

General Wilcox, were ,6tricken suddenly husband with tho exception of police never been sat sficd with the investigation all such treasury notes issued under the Ala. J. II. Shinn, of Little Rock Ark., "The Georgia Midland! and Gulf and

officials. made of his books so far, claiming provisions of this act shall be legal tender becomes i president, nnd Eugene Ilarrell, Columbus Southern railroads have not

and fatally, each in nearly tho same man. _- _-____-_-_____.__ that they were not of the kind to unearth for their nominal amount in payment of of Raleigh, N, C., seer tary. Tho first been consolidated as has been stated,"

ner, and at points in that city close to. Harvard the complicated errors which they still all debt, public and private, and shall be meeting will be held at Lookout Moun- said Captain J. W. English, vice-presi!
is not to be alone in its tain
proposition July 1st to :Sib, and IInr-
gether, three of them falling .on the believe exist receivable for custom, taxes and all public Secretary dent of the latter road, Tuesday. "Nei
to shorten the college course, notes dues and when be rell says that 4,000 to 5,000 southern
street. A review of Richmond's business for so may ther road owns a cent interest in tbs
_. tho New York Int pndent. At the late 1890 shows that of manufactures thereare reissued in the tame manner and to.the teachers are expected to be present, witha other. The Georgia :Midland and Golf
large number of teacher from the
The coal Business in the wost presents convention of the college ,association of 783 plants, giving employment; to same extent as other treasury notes )Ir., and west as their guests. This 1 is Is 100 miles long, and the Columbia
Stewart in of the amend a ic-
81,618 capital employed, $10- argued support Southern eighty miles in and the
persons;' length,
two striking features remarks the Omaha the Middle Statesin Maryland, President amendment vival of the old Southern: Educational
606,947; sales of manufactured products, l ent. His ho said, would two together form continuous line extending
(Neb.) Bet. The first is that the Rocky Adams, of Cornell, expressed: 'the t3i, 80,947-an increase of $2,000,01)0.) remonetize silver and place it back where and Association existed, which was formed in ISST from McDonough to Albany.

Mountains are full and running over with opinion that tho real college course The reassessment of lands and lots shows it bait been before it was excluded from war. up to the outbreak of the They have simply combined for mutual
total & increaseof the mints of the United States and Europe.The _
value of
a $ -&OOOO.OOo-an advantage and in order to economize are
a good quality of coal and the second is should end at the close of sophomore '
Bank $112 apportionment was reportedin consolidating
$3.000,000.! c'carances, UNFORTUNATE BROTHERS. several of the offices, the
that in every city and town of Nebraska year, and university work begin with the 603,000-increase. $3,000,000. During the senate Monday and placed on the general offices of both roads being ia

.oal is scarce and high. Hero is A com- junior year. President Oilman, of Johns the year 939 now houses were erected. calender.In > Columbus." ,
, the house Tuesday Mr, Spooner of ONE: FROZBK, oNE BUUXKD, AND tiE
'mercial that Hopkins University advocated the short A suit in which the farmers of Georgiaare
anomaly western
enterprises "
DUEL WITH KNIVES. Rhode Islands from,, the committee unmilitary OTHER, .LEDlV A RCN\WAY.
and capital ought to be able to remedy ening of the course to three years, regarding affairs, reported the military especially interested was begun of Tuesday the
That the suit
morning. was
in the interest of everybody's comfort the present course as one that A REPULSIVE!: AFFAIR WITH' WOMEN AS academy appropriation bill, which was John Rooney was burned to death in state alliance exchange against the CroWD

and prosperity. keeps men too' long from their professional i iI PRINCIPALS, IX WEST VIRGINIA. placed upon the calender. his bun a few miles north of Plattsburg, cotton mil's' of Ualton.' The amount In-
On motion of Mr. Farquhur of New
I N" Y. late the other fa
night. thoughtthat alli-
voived is Last March the
duties. President Patton, of I A special from Wheeling, W..a.., York, the bill was passed to limit and he went into the barn while

The Chicago Jfnu tell a curious story Princeton, argues that the four years' says: Word comes fiom New Mart!l a- govern changing vcsols' names; also the and, being under the influence of smoking liquor ance with exchange the: Crown entered mills to into take a contract 300,000

of the late Justice Miller. lie aboutto ville W. Ya, that two physicians have bill requiring vessels! to display their '
down and
course contact with fellow students is lay to sleep, a spark from the Cards of cotton bagging, the mills agreeing -
sides of their .
been summoned to to Tea Mile, Tyler names on both bows.31r.
undergo a severe and painful surgical too go pipe set fire to the hay. The barn was that the should reach a
none long, but that at the ,end of county, to attend two women who had : Hopkins, of Illinois, in the morn and bagging

operation, some years ago, and tho sophomore year the student should be fought a duel with! butcher knives. Tho ing hour, called up the bill exempting wholly found destroyed in the ruins, burned Roouey's bodywas specified width and weight. The bagging -
crisp.A was to cost 12 cents Bet. A great
attending physicians asked him to occurred without in the American coastwise sailing vessels piloted } ,
name ablo to begin the special studies for his fight spectators few years ago his father died leaving deal of the delivered to the
bagging waa
two friends who might be kitchen of ono of the combatants, named by licensed masters or by United States to be divided between John and
present as future work. It looks as if the college tho $14,000 exchange and paid for-tho total amount
Wilson, aid i* described as a furious und pilots from obligation to pay State:
One has since been
witnesses. Justice Miller selected Secretary have two frozen paid the mills being something over $25-:
course might some remodeling ia desperate| encounter. Mrs. Wilson w.a pilots for services not rendered.Mr. .
to death while intoxicated. Another
Belknap and Governor Shepherd, fact, that remodeling has already begun terribly cut about the face, neck and Cummings of New York, raised one was' killed in a runaway, while John 000. On of October the material 17th, with considerable to be-

two men who were famous for their nerve with tho extension of electives. breast, and is fatally hurt. The other the question of consideration.The met his fate as above stated. delivered the yet of the
and coelness. woman' name ia not known as yit, nor house refused-jeas, 74 ; nays, 133 president
tho operation had -to consider the bill. mills stowed an advanou of 15,000.
---- ---- the cause of the duel.ITALIAN A
been Successfully performed tho physicians Speaking about Mrs. Nellie Grant :Mr. Dingley called up tho bill reputing RETROSPECT.- I There had, by this time come to the ex

,had great difficulty reviving Sartoris, whoso marriage In the White RUFFIANS. the law authorizing the president to BUS. THE BOSISES8 DISASTERS OCCURISO THE \ change complaints that the bagging, sold
-- did not come to specifica-
pend After.souic debate I up
their patient, who had been under the influence House to a ;young Englishman created a THEY EKTCB A CHURCH AND DRIVE OUT the bill tonnage was passed PAST TEAU. dons in weight. State Agent Winn went

of ether. Governor Shepherd great social sensation, a writer in tho Tae PEOPLE. WB __- The business failures I to Dalton and, after an examination of
noticing that the -- NOTES.< occurlng throughout the bagging on hand refused t> aectpt
Judge was turning Now York Prett says: "It Is becoming the United States for the entire
A band of Italian ruffians terroriz. year it as net coming to the terms of -
black ia the face are Tho credentials of Mr. Connell! as senator of 18UO, as reported to H. G. up agreement
immediately Dunn
quite generally known both sides of Co.'smercantile
sprung on ing the people of Alain Cave, Wayne in weight. The suit ,is brought to
upon the operating table, and 'wrenching the that Mrs. Bacteria hus. W Va. from Idaho were presented, and Council agency, are 10,907 ia number, the
water and her county, People have been took tho oath of otUce. being but recove $J,000 advanced..
than in
greater the
his jaws apart thrust his fingers down band do not live together, but there has beaten and robbed on the streets by the The credentials of Mr. Dubois as senator year 1889. The liabilities, however show On the 15th: day of February, 1891,
the Judge's throat and pulled back his been much deference shown to her gang festival, and two in or three nights ago, whilea from Idaho, tor the term commencing a very largo increase over 1889, being the bill for the relief of the widows of
progress, gang entered I unfortunate becomes effective.
tougue, which was him March 4th next were placed ou file. The $189.000.000 against $148,000,000 increase
suffocating father' memory in refraining from publishing a cbvrch and drove out the people I an -
This bill in
senate then went into executive session. "f over .*,(W0.(>00, the largestlabilities was ria-eed bj the legislature,
and took what
was valuable. The other
-- the particulars of the separation. ,since 188i when pursuance of an amendment to the state
The night the home of citizen entered Representative Abner Taylor, of Illiuou they amounted
New a
York was
Sun ,
which vote
"There ,
to was by a
says. honorable
They are so entirely to her introduced in' the house $333,000,000. Ia Canada the failures
his two suns were tied and the house was recently a
must be of the last The
people October.
limitless for provisions
a amount of money in that there is really no season why the robbed. bill providing that the rate cbargablo lor the year are 1,8411n number, as against

the life insurance business, (if the number should not know about it. The nt istra'ion of domestic wail I matter shall 1,777 the year previous. The liabilities of the bill are, in brief, that each
public and served
I widow of soldier who
are $18,000,000 in every a
of MliiEADINO.; be A cents for each piece i'i addition to 1800 against $14,000-
agents count for anything. Just now I marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Sartoris turned 000' iu 1S$9 in the confederate armies during the late
they seem to have grown so rapidly in Freddy Fangle-Papa, couMa't the the regular postage. war, and who became the wife of the
out Mrs.
number that unhappily. Although old patriarch aSord: to buy their The house pontotlloe commitue reported soldier either before or during the'"war,
they piactically dominate made no open complaint, but womanliko Clothes favorably the bill to give all towns THE CRACKER: MEN shall be allowed a ;yearly

jail other kinds of agents, and their determined to make tho best of her life, FanslaCertalnljvhvi whose gross pontodice receipt exceed pension of $100 from the state.

I operations at present are almost entirely the father of her husband, who is a royal Freddy Fangle;tjcaiue the Bible $5,000, a free delivery service. 1 be bill TO razor A MAMMOTH "TBC6T" BUlLDISG The law doc not apply to widows who
say, "They runt their garoieaU. will The Georgia towns that now IS NEW TOBK.
I social. Most of them connected with pass. were married after the close of the war.
are old English gentleman, all of the olden [Judg have no free' delivery, but it ill get it by There was an made to amend
I attempt
good clubs or have a wide acquaintance time, became aroused to the injustice bU ..-- E.- this bill, are: Albany, Americus, Athens, The cracker trust is to erect an enor the bill by providing that acy widow
I in THE WOMAS'B .U.1 Marietta and Tboma ville>. Toe Alabama mows factory in :New York. This
commercial financial circles down treat
son was doing her, and with'his. wife, a it combination owning property to the amount of $2,000
town and not a few of them by Inexperienced Daughter-Du you believe towns are Bessemer, }:KufauLt Florence, a of the principal biscuit or over, should be debarred from die
operate old bakers in
x-rsooal good Englishwoman, sought to iu long engagements Uadsdeo, HunUville, TalUdega Tucaoosa. the United States, mostly in the benefits of the act, but this was defeated.:

appeals to their friends. One straighten matters out. When they Experienced Mamma-Yes, dear Ilis The South: Carolina towns ore eastern, middle and central states The Governor Northen was asked about the

;rent was boasting ia the Lawyers'Club failed he gave Mrs. SartorU a London the ouJy chance woman h** fur some partanburg and SumterRIOTERS: and building when is to be built on a large scale! manner in which the money will be >**-

eaterday that his profits from Insuring house forced hi son to give her a coun- small share of leadership ia the battle ollife. fed In dimension completed and will,will be in 2061x427' buried and he replied that he bad not
be six
-{Now York Herald formulated
a i
rte last plan a* yet. *
men week
amounted lories
to shade in
try place at Southampton, and settled height. The whole block will probable, however that the fond

lore than$2000. The band of able but oa her an income of 7500 per annum. rr- IN FRACTION SHKBITF BKWItT MAKES A BIO HAIL ISCT.EBCB.NE IJ" composed *f four building, which will be disbursed ia a similar manner to

ot particularly successful lawyers who lie gave similar 41101! to his son oa the Employer (to the new boy)-Have ;you oocvnr.: will ts. present It will a solid take front as of one build. the pensions of disabled veteran Blanks

itened to him sighed audibly and from condition that he shin live separately any brothers t Sheriff J. M. Hewitt-, cf Carrollton Wild it and will cost nearly nearly two$2,000,000.yean to will will be famished each applicant who and
t New Boy Yezzir apply to the court of ordinary,
II vigorous pumping which the success from his wife and see her and their EmployerOne- ; one. Ga., went over in Cleburne county, Ala., The material to be used is brick, granite after having substantiated her claim will
agent received at their hands, it istot children only at stated times with her New Hoy-That U, two half-brother. via Saturday and brought'and in eleven his prisoners, ant iron throughout.DEAD be given the proper certificate., which
Zack Bi-nnefield five
unlikely that there will be more consent. I understoood ,too that the a MKAM VILLAS. : sons, Qorea. will entitle her to receive the pension OB
Frank Cook: and others who are charged
yentiia the field from the Lawyera'Club old> gentleman' has ao written his will )[ra. Donblehouse- ., our darter with kidnaping a grandson of W. T, 'My hope are dead." presentation to the proper elite officials.]

1 the first of December. One of the that the will be continued wants a cabinet orgao. Lewis. The prisoners: were not only "}['hat killed them'" TEa "Soo' Goal at Duluth, .KiD.L.aI

t pishing and militant of the iosuiageaU "- arrangement Mr. Doublehou- Wail 111 git herone. charged with kidnaping, but riot ana Heart failure. I hadn't the spunk been elooad for tbi HMO*. Tb number U
after his death, the principal ot his Mtato I boats that puwd throurh the __
dont like these new neighbor assault Governor Northea offered a re m propose to my girl until she got enpgetl daring
by the way, is the exibaad to go to his son's children after the death *t our fee cent Good N.... ward of $23 for each of the accused. to another fellow."--{Bazar.: Lt vulO&T.W, tni&t&t.Th8BSI i'"tIf. : ..-pn4

at ROM Coghlaa the acv...." of their par.atV \ V .




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TELEGRAPH AND GABLE. of Wednesday from Jlasgnw I CURIOUS FACTS.TTrgfl '1':
say General manager* of Switch "mil- JLWS oNCEMO&f- r1
ways have announced that the str bra I ,was the ion of ,a_porte1'I, r rI

HAT 18 GOING ON IN THE hate been, to all iptents and IH1rpolI.f I Cervantes was a common soldier. HAPPENINGS THROUGHOUr THE \ f

,13U8Y'WORLD. defeated. The Caled.-ninn rai ; The Leaning Tower of Pisa fe 1S3 fee STATE PARAGRAPHED.Bronon 0 .. C
already reinstated Y largoHiiiDiWT'bfMrikcrs -
-. who h' Ve gone biickto! Hl'k\on\ I high.The ,..- .
first saw-maker's is to have Alliance ,tOft'. ,
anvil trough an
OF 'OCTotBB the '. was
pmrirJ.aT, ,AWAIIH. 90SpXKBEO c.olUpan) eras. Traiji ai. 4 rioaruining I '
FROM MEWST bierVTCHKf regulaity." to Axerica: in 1819. The Blopmingdato Alliance will give HACINE.WIS.

THOU: twci-K: CAM'S DOMAIN AND WHAT Tho postal clerks have decided to I Tha Australian dog and the Egyptian a b'g picnic sjuictiroo in Januar 1

TBS CABLE RRmos; on a stake 1 he movement is to tart the gn I shepherd dog never bark. n. F. Taylor, of Gainesvill., :bias beet 'i !

; question whether or not working over 1 Thoroughbred dogs are said to be lest appointed associate justice of tin'sUtt. ru

fifties of silver to the IroaMirv Monday, time shall bu voluntmy or not, but \U\ intelligible than mongrels. }[. S. Micks, of Yalaho, had" a load! uf! ___
KsSu X00 ounces dually it is a protest against the increased The Japanese( always bury their dead watermelons rf hU own growing in IJ3W1 Ji!:

The German government Ins: J''coJ' employment of. female clerks! in London, with the head toward the north. csburg, si-Viral days ago.
'zed the existence of the t u public of England. Many have Wen dismissed
The S
The Strasbursr Cathedral cluck \va new the Canaveral light. II 1htI2&1 _
Brazil.H .
and! their places n led with women. They
house lID l been tlxcd mile rLOGLUMBER'Y'ARD
built in 1570 by Isaac! HabrechL at a point nee _
bad been in
The dcMstatcmentfor December shows the pcrlc: twenty years. west of the parent location.

decrease during tho month of $11,003, ( bier of Police Coydc, ot[ San Diego, The forty-fifth anniversary of the wed The Peninsular l'ho lhl\1 nl
BO 7.BO.B Cal.' on Tuesday, received a letter froma ding day is the woolen wedding.{.' Anthony is still shipping) company phospbataTbey

The failure of. J. A. Worth was anBounced man visiting i that city from Indendcnce I They have an elephant at n Rr1io will soon employ a I'igir fuire! enVTRUCKSSH U ,
on the consolidated stocK: exBhnngo Mo., informing' him that the writer (Germany) circus that plays the trorn- than they have had heretofore. SPRING WAGONS ALL STYLES. '
of New York. had met face to face "n the streets of boune. r
San Diego, the notorious M is.ouii b bandit: Commencing Thursday, January, l+t, Ij25 ff&l
K 'Associate Justico Brown has France last Ics that
been exported no 1891
Jim year the steamer: t>t. Augwlim1, of the PATENT ,,
in and took his scat the United Cummings, for whom a standing reward $320,000 candies the harcmi '. / Huanl Na
worn on worth of to Indian River Stcnmbo.t: ('OIt1J1nn) I line, CHAISE.
S Ii offered. dead or alive. The writer T LADIES ;
Btates supreme court, bench. refused to give his name for fear of vcngeancu of Turkey and Kjypt.: runs between Oimoud, Daytona, titus ir

Colored youths are to receive similar from the members of the Cummings In the Puritan days a cord of oak: tulle and Itoikledge. rATtar :

Hnstroction to that given to white youths gang, who infect the locality wood was worth the same as a bushel ot She arrangements are completed tj

Htthe .Maryland Agricultural college. where h" MVM turnips (thirty-seven cents). commence work uu the building of a '

H Owing to the cold weather throughout The Pacific mail steamship, Newport, Good mentions the case of gentleman largo edifice at Juno. Humor siys: Lake FISH SWAGNCa[ -
great Britain, a number of leading III, arrived at New York Tuesday from Colon who, in his sleep, composed an ode ol Worth will soon have a weekly newspaper "
Bnstries have been forced to stop work. twenty-four hours late. Captain Lima, six stanzas and set it to music. of her own, 1 issued from this building RACINE.WIS. "

B Fifty persons were' killed outright bye her commander, brings news of tho terrible .
An old cathedral is still
explosion which occurred in Triuitj hardships experienced by the captain standing II. W. Beach Ins sued tho rity of ,
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Hoal pit at Polish Ostrau, Saturday night. and the crew of the Nova Scotia about seven miles from Tuscon! Arizona, Tampa for $3,000 for alleged,: refusal to ,
bark Junes Hamlin which she Ml where it was erected by the first missionaries -
II. bail and his in
The tow boat Annie U tbcrts ex pi idcdHer receive ininrteiation
boilers at Portsmouth 0., killing' in with{ on her last trip from this port. over three and a half centuries ago. prison. Ho has rcluned to pay a fine nssissid -
The James II. Hamlin of Halif.ix, van The of Franco first Introduced him ,
wo men and latally Injuring three oth- language was against for neglect! of scavenger
bound from St. Lucia to Mobile. When into England by William I. in service.
Brs.Two found by the Newport the entire crew of 1006. Law
distinct hocks of earthquake, pleadings were changed During the four years which tho Clyde
Brith but a few seconds intermission, ocHcurred thebark to work wire ill the with ship.fever All, hands wholly were unable from French to English by Edward III. line steamships have been running to

at !Ban: Francisco at noon oa Fri- delirious and could not the d.-stinn- Some men have done really hard mental Jacksonville not a pass nger bas been lost, -
give work while asleep. Condorcol or even injured, (.f all the thousands car frv

B IY.The Dueber Watch Company of CanRon by lion the of vessel the vessel.and sent Tno thdr Newport surgeon laid onboard finished a train of calculations in his sleep ried yearly. This splendid record is THE 4 CJ li ; :
largely due to the unusual care ond caution
0., has made an assignment; liabil-, with medicines and fresh proviso which had much puzzled him during the of both owners and commanders who

ties, $450,000; nominal assets, $IGOO- ions. Nothing has since been heard of day.The will run absolutely no risk and take no
00. tho bark London bill posters have deter chances
B Two trains 'collided the mined to form committee of .
passenger on DEATH AT A FETE. a censors, Dr. Anderson, of St. Augustine, is in + OT KEPT
Baltimore and Ohio railroad; near WeBetton -, to which all posters shall bo submitted -BY STORES > >
receipt of information that Dr. F. }<'romoni. AN95HEARSernut
Brcre Md. An engineer 'and fircmin THE TERRIBLE DISASTER AT A CUtLDnK 'S with a view to preserving the beauty ol -,mith expects to sail from Berlin INSIST pPlE; u51 u ;

killed. I I FESTIVAL the streets. on January with supply of lymph fur YOUR fog
The supreme court of New Hampshire I A Brooklyn (N. Y.) clergyman: is the use of Alicia hospital and Florida\ TOREKEEPLETTING SENDSS s ( T .61 ..1O

Hi hearing the complaint of the Democrats ;Further, particulars received Friday known to thoroughly practice what he patients in general. Dr. Smith has several Box 210 i* '
Bgainst Clerk Jewett, of the house of repesentalives. from Wormy, near Leeds, England preaches. lIe rehearses every sermon American patients (now) in Berlin, (fU

show that the terrible scenes witnessed five or six times before a full-length mir and hopes to accomplish much with Dr. % FOR -:; HOLYOKE MASS.

Jndge Dt,0. :Trowlett, aged eightyKcven ,n t the school fete were in no J way exaggerated ror before its final delivery. Koch's euro on his return home.

diid in Chattanooga, Sunday' though the cause of tho disaster In the 1200 chimneys The Dun is All'ance and tho Eastii ,
night of softening the brain lie was war not'the falling of a string of year won
Improvement society are sending daily
Bv distinguished jurist. I' Chinese lanterns, as at first supposed.The scarcely known in England. Ono duly exhibit t
their Ocalsgood.
supplies to keep at
was allowed in a religions house, one in \
school fete referred
was a charity OFFICE ,
Mr Butler
Twelve steamers arrived at Xew York Ueorgo a sample
bazaar held under 'the of the a manor house and one in the great hall OUR
I ccs
ausp of the Harden that is the
KTinuary 4th, the largest number to arriveBn sweet potato, ;
of castle lord's house but in other
I arish of Wortleji. The building used for a or ,
best 1 about twoandahalf
one day for a l long time. They laud yet. hey average/ -
smoke found its out'as ii
houses '
Bd 1,003 emigrants.! the fete was a church school, adjoining way pounds each, smooth clean and
Wortlcy church. Part of the programme could. solid lIe raised one hundred and fifteen
who left tho of
Fifty engineers ( employ
of the bazaar's attractions series of
was a The falcon migrant bushels onc-fouith of but it
he North British Jhilroad Hobby a summer one sn acre,
when the strike was dccUicd, have re tableaux vivants and in which of a number h took of to Britian, hawks for dragon flica- docs not take many to upparenily fill a s.
young girls boys the swiftest of insects -
turned to work, on tho company's terms. For this. disp'ay a small I Mage was among I" .
I part. icizcs with its foot and devours: in mid An unusual decision was rendered in ... ,
A dispa ch from Vienna states th it nsRi erected in the school room, and to the
result of the ezplos on which! occurred right of the> ptngj and opening upon it air. It cuts down swifts, larks, pigeonsand 1 tho mayor's court at Anthony, on Friday.A 18 PREPARED TO DO YOUR I
where they are found, bee.bird_ lad who had violated one of the laws
Kn the Trinity coal pit in I'olt-h Aus riaRecently was room wed as a dres.ins? room or I '
fifty persons were kil id outright Rreen room by the children. Inside this all remarkable for their great power oflight. I of the town, wns fined $3. Tho court
i granted his mother the |privilege, of paying
dressing room, just before the disaster, u
I Tho assignee of Decker, Howell & Co., crowd of joyous children were gathered, The large-brained horses are the i the lino Hie or whipping the> boy the in

of New York, announces himself preparedto all the girls of the party being in light, cleverest. In the Household( Cavalry ol court. !: readily the Iud accepted the recipient ofa
Consequently: was
pay in lull, on demand, all just gauzy attire, and many of them covered the Britsh army the horses with broil fine the having to
severe ,
claims the firm and iu- in addition with cotton used to their drill very mayor
against principal represent foreheads learn moro( quickly check the mother to prevent her over -
terest.' snow. Tn addition several of the than the others. A gentleman muw.ire, I the matter. JPRINTIN9c
I While a party of laborers were digging children carried dangling:: on sticks above the heads of all his hunters and found
their heads, lighted? Chinese lanterns, Reports from Dunnellon .nythe condition
a trench at Nobel's factory, Hamburg, a The tableaux vivants then that their intelligence aud good sane of affairs in I that town in tho ;
preparing was
frightful explosion of niiro glycerine oc were in proportion! to tho width of their ,
is such
intended to symbolize "Winter Frolicsof heart of tho jiho'pnto legion as .
curred, ,by which several of them were foreheads. the -," ', /
Mammas in Days Gone By to arouse urtate t tpprebcusionsmong
iUlled.I .- Suddenly shrieks of terror issued! from Thousands of goldcrcsts Annuallycross peacatily disposed people., The p' I' SUCH A.B .4
Dispatches ,of Wednesday say: Intensely the little room, and all were horror. and recross the North Sea at the ]locality has become more or less of a ,
I cold weather prevails in Hungnry. stricken to see a number of children rush wildest period of the year, and, unless refuge for fugitives from justice and i

I The Danube is frozen over at Budapest upon the stage with their costumes on the weather is rough, gencrallv outlaw generally, and they !find poetically ',""t
land the ice block extends from Press- fire. Gentlemen promptly seized the make their migrations in safety. And no restraint. Dunnellon is a mere .

burg nearly to Vienna. burning children, threw them upon the yet this is tho smallest and frailest Britiat villng'-tho creation of the great phosphate

I The value of imports into the United stage and smothered tho Hamas. Up to bird-a mere flullof feathers, and weighing companies, whose works surroundit NOTE HEADS '

States for November was $63,010,843, the present there are four deaths recordedas only seventy graius. Another of the and it has no officers to preserve the ,

against f58,994,784 last year. Exports a result of the disaster, and several injured tits, the oxeye, has been met upon tw peace or protect the people. ,\ 'I'
during the some month were $89,118,410, children are not expected to occasions[ at 600 and 000 miles froa The clerk's office at Bronson. Levy Sy

against $93.'l18,821S in 1880. recover. An investigation into the land. county, was broken into recently, the ",..'..
I The treasury department sustains the cause of tho disaster shows that safe opened, and Clerk J. M, Baroo lost ','

|action of thii officers of the Philadelphia while the children gathered in the The Great Ank's Extermination. $350 county scrip; Jim Stewart $350 LETTER HEADS "f
I mint in refusing the demands of the Denver dressing-room preparatory to making county scrip, and 1 ylcs & Jackson lost
I men who presented a silver brick and their appearance. on the singe, one of the Everybody knows tho history of the some scrip, amount not ascertained.! Of .
I demanded its coinage free of expense to little girls who was playing with a light. great auk's extermination. A single shell money, Air. Barco is out $123, Bishop
[them,, ed lamp accidentally fire to her cloth of one of its eggs, without the contents, $125, Bill Tiodall $19 *, and Pyles & *'f \

I The storm in Kansas has caused an ing. She uttered a cry of terror; triedto was sold the other day at auction for Timble $135. Tbe following notes held i _' t

I almost entire cessation of all but localrailway extinguish the flames with her hands $1500. And yet this bird was found on by J. M. Barco and date when made; ,. ,. '
I traffic. Trains lire blockaded on and rushed towards the door to the stage. Funk Island, off the Newfoundland George W. Jones and wife, May 80, DILL HEADS fi.i fi..

I nearly all lines. Passenger ruins bare ,Hcr cry and the, tight, ,of tho flames: coast, sixty yean ago, in numbs n" that 18U( for $127; W. I{, Zewadikl and .' ; ; ,

I been equipped'' with I two ,engines and caused a panic among the other children' were simply countless. But the people wife, September 9, 1800, $400; Wm. O. ". '
I snow 'who also made a rush for tho door mentions from the mainland used to go over to and J&OI" immune, February 3, 1880, ,''flt". -'toe,,. .. t '
plows.I 1. The result was that a crowd of the island in summer and kill them by $331.53. f\!, ;! .
I .
The has submitted the cor. '
president children crushed around the child whose myriads, to eat and for their feathers. The proposed South Florida and Georgia ,

land Iresponaence Lord Salisbury between, in Secretary regard to Blaine the clothes ignited were already the clothing! in flames of and twenty thereby or'thirty They were very appetizing roasted, and Air Line railroad, which is designed :R" ;:/ :! ENVELOPES a
concretion between
Bearing tea dispute. Lord Salisbury other children.A were so fat that they served for fuel to open up direct _, -' ,
I makes a proposition to arbitrate the mat also-so that half a dozen great auks did South Florida and Chicago and to carry 1. 7 t .
to cook meal of their brethren for dine: ons from the West Indies,
ter, but Mr. Blaine does not agree to the a Central and
proposaL THREATENING EDITORIAL nero The result of this was that forty South America to the great 1 ,
years back the last of these interesting markets of the West, is almost a direct

John 8. Patton, of the Charlottesville THE LOSTxm STANDARD OX THE BEHBrSO fowls perished, and there is no longer line from Quit man. Ga., to Tampa, and CARDS
II about 2011 miles long. It. course I.aouthehltl'rly ,
I hat been arrested on a .
(Ya.) Jeffersonian, SEA DISFCTE. one of them in existence. The Smithsonian ,
I him with about from Quitman to near
warrant, charging being their
practically a corner on
I to engage; in a duel with Bheffy Lewis, The London StaniLird, commenting on bones. A while ago the institution sent Brooksvillr, thence almost! due south to r
It es the B. F. & W. mad at
Tampa. crow
I the
editor o( The Harrisonburg Spirit of of the
recent phases Behring sea dispute a distinguished osteologiit, Profeuot
I is the Quilmsn, tbe F. (I. fc. P. at MadUon,
Valley. political controversy says th.t tbe matter wears a very unpleasant Lucas to Funk Island for the '
trouble.On purpose. and again/ at Otter crwkj the 0., B.: S. & '
cause of the aspect. Even the possibility of a and he brought back nearly a barrelul! O. at Crystal river, and at a poet nearly COMMISSARY CHECKS :
Wednesday Hope & Co., bankers of rupture between England and the United of such remains.. If you want a skele due west from Brooksviile, between that

Amsterdam, filed a suit against the state States, the paper continues, "cannot btj ton now you will have to send to Washington and Ilumosawa, turns south to Tampa.It ,
board of liquidation of Louisiana askingthe mentioned without a feeling of deep re will about tbe
for it, and it cost you may diverge to Brooksviile, county
in "
state board to fund $4,000,000 gret. $600.-Chicago Tinut. scat of Hernando. Seven weeks ago a
bonds consolidated bonds. The 'The Unite) States Standard
into "111ho large of under the command \
board had refused and hence the suit. "may count upon a continuance: of that corps surveyors '
Perpetuating a KInxly "Break. cf Major E. A. Greene, Quit-
full measure! of patience, courtesy and CIRCULARS AND PAMPHLETS.
The Prick Coke of Scott- four man to lureythe road south to Tampa.This .
: Companv, fairness which England has already displayed Do you know why your "i'i"are
dale, Pa., gave notice Wednesday that in the settlement of this vexed used to mark: the hour of four en they have done most carefully
they Will shut down 1,100 more coke question." clocks and watches, instead of the K.J.TU A Pr.lerlh. AtMeUiicB. 4
ovens indefinitely next week, which will The article then significantly adds: numeral "iv.t" The tradition amoc.gclock The fruit buyer awocistlon held It. .
throw about 1,200 men out of work No "But Mr Blaine would do well to btu and watchmakers is that in the Ant meeting in Tampa Christmas day, ,

cause'is given for the shut down. in mind that firmness will be commensurate year 1370 the first clock similar to tluwe there being uboUt sixty delegates. A .
affected and ,
The Norfolk and Western railroad hat should the moment arrive for its ex- now in use was made In France In Krmanent[ organization the Florida was OF ALL KINDS
Orange Buyers'Protective
the of
purchased a control of the Shenandoah ereise. With the patience and courtesy Charles V., surnamed The Wife TIM name auoc,atlon was adopted. The
Valley, and have given out a contract to with which be has so far been trrated beseems King could not deny that the clock was officer were elected for the

buLd: into Washington, D, ., from some extravagantly anxious to put him- an excellent time-keeper, but at be wishedto ensuing following : President F. Korebouse.
; year
where near Luray, Va. The contract self in the wrung." find fault with something and so lire<< Los Ange es. Cal.; first vice-preoi-
of the road ----
providea far the completion up to his name, he insisted that four wi dent, It. Ii Coburn: Chicago; recuod NEATLY AND WITH DISPATG'H _
within a year. IN THE WOODS. incorrectly marked and that four "i a' vice-president. }'. B. Chase, New York ,
The reorganization of the bond of directors should be substituted for "ir." Tbs secretary, J. F. Edwards, lbicagflreas'urer .; '

of the Tennessee Coal Iron and PECCUAR PBEWICAMUTT OF A TES9USKIJULUUUD :: makers could not convince him of his J. A. Baird, Cincinnati. An executive .". ,"; \,
Railroad Company took place at New of five to -
committee was appointed
error, which has been perpetuated as ir"i. '
York Wednesday, resulting in the reinstatement the King's mistake through all the suc- draft a constitution and by-law A bust- ,; 'P,l,!1'
of John IL Inman N. Baxter, A Nashville dispatch says; When n Jr., and their associates in the control of Judge Jackson appointed a receiver for seeding years. held j>ri.,.r to March 1, when the place of

the property.The the Decatur, Chesapeake and New Orleans A Six-Year-Old Harper, the next meeting will be chosen.' The We will insert you a nice.;: '
Washington Protective Asssocia- railroad, some weeks ago, its affairs object of this sssocia'ion it to protect its "
dots, composed of colored citizens of were known to be in a very bad condition. Frank Harris Pool, son or John S. member1 interests and to antagonize rail- '

that State, has been organized at Tacoma. Jiut how bad was shown when Receiver Pool, clothing merchant of Paris, Ma., rvad I lines. well-displayed advertisement 'at'rates
> The object of the association i* W. 1... Fr ewoa filed his report in the. Is six years old, beautiful and bright and _

Rated to b. 'o encourage immigration of United States circuit Tuesday., The road the pet of Pans Strange to say, be ii Oysters Money.
colored people to the State of Washington was intended to run seventy eight mites 1 fine harper. lie plays all the populai as low as first-clqB8' '

and to improve their condition.The from Decatur, Ala., to Shelbyville, Ten a. tunes on a harp, bnagin; out the motet "ChUb/tlm's Hand Book of Com- any
miles of toe road is com In :r
Fourty-tbree full and and keeping perfect time. "
Southern Cotton Oil Company wasP strong inertial Geography ill a statement of
ted writ of certIorari in New York plete.There? but is enough both ends material are In In band the to wood complete lie cart play soy tune he hears whittled the various articles wed as money, and paper can afford to do. Bates,

eta Wednesday, returoabe within dollar's worth played on the piano or otherwise. Hu the author says tAd "is a certain district (
twenty data.. The company claims it is the attached road, but every the creuiton. Tbs rendition of "Home, Sweet Home,' on CUwwpeaka Hay oysters are It ,

*>t a state organization and is exempt bas total been Indebtedo M by is about $900.000. Cricket on the Hearth," "Patrol stated< to be used as mooey. an oyster made known on application. --

from tax in New York. The company to the amount of $100,934 Co que" and a score of other pieces has forming the regular; subscrintioa for a
-*. mills In the principal southern cities.A Judgments been secured and soJU are rendered him noted then.-&. rIf#. dailj newipapcr." This slat meat U
have already I
tax of$',193 has been levied] on to pending for $337,000, ''lm'V-Irtut' II fnjp."-lAmerilu (irocer. t
capital stock. I


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-f THE EAST COAST ADYOCATE 4- IF R building it erected on the J ject can do no good. This is an LaGrange.Mr WILKINSONCOTTAGE1

corner of Washington avenue and instance where "silence is golden," THE

Broad street the lot of the In. for the publication of mistatement
Alfred S. Ctoavland mod
0'THE INDIA RIVER AI'D dinn River Lumber there and absurdities, If continued in, *
LARK WORTH SKTTIOXS. will only be a distance company of four, fee may provoke the publrratlon of arguments welcome guest Sunday at his aunts, Mrs ROCK LEDGE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA,

between the sidewalk and the rail. that hAve thus far not J, N, Feanter'N.Tax .

Office: Washington Avenue, Titusvillc. way track ; making it impossiblefor appeared in print.TRESPASSlti.G. collector E. W Hall was, a welcome These Cottages are Newly Built, Nicety Furnished, and within ten mlnutr.J:1
of Mr. Johnson last Tuesday
Indian River, Florida a team to approach the Allen .

building, now used by J. S. Watson ON GROVES. evening. of Telegraph and Postoffice and leading hotels

& Co. as a packing hou l'. It seems Mr. Allle Gruber has raised the fines

PUBLISHED ETKBT FHIDAT..t that not only boats, but teams also :Many of our orange growers, of lettuce this year of any gardner around Have the steamer land you at Glngras wharf-only three minutes' walk from

are to be deprived of the use of: late, have had good cause to fee) -nine large hard heads almost like a

one of our principal highways, unless indignant at the audacious liberties cabbage. You have won the palm, Al- Cottages

Entered the Clalll Mall I tterf ce 8econd. Council takes hold of this long sportsmen and tourists take He, for this season. Now see that you

neglected question.STEAMBOAT with the improvements which happen don't loose it. Rates : Per Day, $2.50 ; per Week, $t2.50 ; per Month, $45.

to lie in their path. The Rock We received a nice basket of snap

TERMS, Invsrlnbljr Advance, 1 COMPETITION.In ledge neighborhood has been especially beans from Society Warren, to convinceus tftlec-Smo H. H. WILKINSON. Prop.

lr* Check I'ostsl Order.. or One and Two Cent1'0IItage unfortunate in this re- old Jack Frost had not hurt him yet; :I .

Sumps. view of the fact, that the epect, partly because of the great they were rplended, and M'e hope they; -

One Year,.... ............... .......,.........1.110. longer the case is delayed and the number of visitors that abound at will miss being caught by the cold and JAMES riHTtiiAnn, President l ; W. B. BARNETT, Vice-president.;
.". W. M. BROWS Cashier.
Months ,
Three Month........ -MSlugla injunction remains in force, the that point every season, as well as still bear on bountifully
.... "< greater will be the damages if the from the fact that the good citizensof
Copy, Uncle Jake, while Out in his pasture
Bent to any Address In U. 8.or Canada,I'repald decision of Judge liroome in-'the that vicinity have been of a hospitable getting up his cow, stepped in an old INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK KI
I case of the Monopoly versus the E. genial disposition and well about waist deep and 'hurt himself !

14ltoq..s........ WALTER 8. GRAHAM C. T Co. is affirmed, that the appellant were very reluctant to complain at internally; he has not been able to draw (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of F1 rh1a.)

Associate-Editor& Manager,....0. It.WALTOS. is'just as anxious to havea the many petty injuries they were a long breath since without pain. Hope Authorized capital
subjected to. It'seems like small $100,000
decision reached by the Supreme a I.
he will feel
soon allright again.
Court as the appellee. It is also thing to complain of when a stranger : 0., Paid up capital, $25,000
hold ourselves responsible for the it of them We received as a New Year's present __;
We do not rumored that the Railway or party appropriatea Average deposits, $100OOC
'opinion of our correspondents but we claim companyare few but when calculate from lift Duren, of Tltnsvllle, a fine ;,
the right to reject any communication. considering the question of oranges ; we .
I Egyptlon pineapple also a nice mettle ---t
mnst he written constructing a branch track how many boxes of fruit ;
Communications i publication over Transacts General
skewer from Mr. Arthur Fcantcr. The a Hankin
plainly' on one side of the paper only,and to the city dock as solution of can be used up in this way, .when ( !
should, In every ease, be accompanied hy the latter we loot before we left town.)
writer's name and address, not necessarily for the vexed question, and furnish a a score of visitors visit a grove almost Business
publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. new terminal for the public, and daily for several months, it Many thanks for your kind remembranceof ,

abandon the old terminal to the amounts to a good many dollars. us.'
Largest t and Oldest Bank on the Riin
ADVERTISING HATES Indian River Steamboat Company.We But even under these circumstances We were Informed not long since thai _w_ + t
the in the we had a bundle of in the post-
sincerely hope this report is growers neighlxr- papers DIRECTORS:
FED TEAR. correct, and that the river may be hood referred to, have been loth to office as big as a keg, on opening them r JA".I'nI'f'IIAno..11.. ARNETT(1'n'f'nI!

One Inch,.$10.00 made free complain ; and this amiable disposition found Mrs. J. C. Ballantine, of Bay St. f of the National Hank of JackoonvUle,j,8.
...... 111.00 to competition. We be. S DtBKFR (Ice-lTeMdent National BanH
Two Inch
Three Inch... 20.00 lieve such action would commandthe on their part has fulfilled Louis had kindly remembered us, and Jackfomllle. ), W. S. GRAHAM and W. I.
Four Inch..... 2500 appreciation and commendation the old saying, that "when an inch sent a number of copies of the New rORUEBPOSDENTR.!

Fire Inch or Quaner Col........ 9000 of the public ; and the stoppage Is given, a yard will be taken." But York Trilnnf. Many thank! 7 h rn, r .,, e y Seaboard National Bank ofew York ni

Half Column.. HOO of the great freight leak, via there is a limit to all things, and Arbour day was duly celebrated by National Bank of Jacksonville a
Whole Column, nun.nn.u"100,00. r.rIr "USVILL I4 LA1.
New would we understand that the good natureof school not ,
Smyrna, pay for the our by planting trees as
fix fill Months, dlrlde the yearly rate by two the Rockledge is about there Is .
and add 10 cent.. cost in a few weeks. grower no fence as yet around the
per exhausted. When a nimrod with the school house, but by going throughthe <
For Three Months, divide the yearly rate by I
four,and add:20 per cent. : THE FARMER'S MOVEMENT. audacious cheek sets fire to an oak regular exercises for that day, and THE TROPICAL TRUNK LINE.THE .

Local Advertisements, Ten Cents Per Line In his windbreak to ,smoke out a then all going down to the river and

Each Insertion. : squirrel which has taken refuge having a nice stroll along the shore.Rot' .
Is it any wonder the Alliance therein
and his
Paid Reading Matter, not In "Local News" endangers A. D. Cohen delivered a interesting I
movement should be so widespread? very JACKSONVILLE TAMPA AND KEY WEST SYSTEi
minions,Five Cents Per Line Each Insertion. for the sake of securing the squirrel ,
sermon Sunday morning to
.! It ia simply the effect of a cause.
it is time to call halt. heretofore
Legal Advertisement at Legal Rates. The remedies the farmer would ap the beautiful a walks in the- quite a good congregation, and adminis- Schedule in Effect NOVEMBER 25, 1890. Central Standard Time

k. All the above rates are for one edition perDi.I ply are of them visionary tered the Holy Communion after the
+A many Rockledge hammock have had an
week.Cp' service lie preached in Minis at night GOING SOUTH READ DOWT. STATIONS. OOI.VO XOUTH READ PP
.... but.the distress that. urges him to open welcome to the visiting stran ;
Bills collected monthly. to devise some method of relief is we were pleased to see so many. of our 7 t f
ger. The groves have been open, 300 pra 100 Mam Lv..jACKsotuLt.F.Ar. 860 EO
pm'lt sm
Check,etc., may be made payable to "Graham a reality. lie has been the cats- and invited the inspection of ad. friends from Minis out. 130 pm 2 IS 20 sin Ar. ,.8t Augustine: ..LY. 4 10 1'iu!:10 20 am
*. Walton" Quite a party of young people started 4 00 pm/s/ pm "......Palntka......." 2 33 (>m S 40 am
of the
paw politician ; the dupe of miring tourists, and it would be 567 / "......Urtnonil...... 64J am
fT Merchants and all others to whom. are the sharper ; the special victim of unpleasant if all this shouldbe early Sunday morning-destination, 820 ".......Da)tona......." 8 22 sm
Indebted will oblige ns by presenting their bills trusts. His skin has been bathed very Aurantia. They had a most delightful f't' t
the let of every month for prompt settlement. changed, and warnings against 400 pm 13 30 pm 8 30 am JAOKSOTILLE:! Ar. 6 SO am IHO pm 720 pm
with perpiration and his form bent drive; were received very cordially by BOO 121" 028 Ar..Or Cove Springs.L 524 1189am 820"
trespassers and spring traps, should Mr. and Mrs. Dickinson and 600 209 .. 1025 "......l-uUtka........" 425 t. 1045 1120"
in trying to carry the burden imposed mar the natural beauty of the place daughters; 712: 314 1141 ".. ....Seville......." 30J 936 400 "
him entertained with fine music;, refreshed 8NS 421 105 pin .>. .... DeUnil.....,." 800 215 "
Address all communication. to upon by transportation and preclude the many appreciate 833 407 12W "....OrantreCltyJo..." 149 << 832 244 "
lines. His children have been deprived with a splended dinner, and returned 910 440 130 "...... Banford.......;. 115 75 200 "
EAST COAST ADVOCATE, and gentlemanly visitors who 437 ".. .Kntprprixe....." 762 "
about dark and satisfied ?
_ of an education, in order there for few from happy with the 500 114J/ (1310 "....TlTl'SVILLG..." 680 1240 10W "
TlTflYILLI:, FIXMUDA. tarry a days, t680 "....... Tavares.... 530 "
r.O.Box,222. that they might help him pay for its enjoyment simply because a few trip.Quite a number of our 552 24 ".......Orl'1o the protection of infant industries young people 627 321 ".... KIsMmmra...,." 1110 600 11 :20 am
Barbarians happen to find their attended the fancy dress ball in Titus i S10 615 "......Jlarluw......." 600 9:JO "
whose proprietors are unable to to Indian River. Yet such 8M 610 ".,.,....Tamp........" .765 813 "
.FA. M.Indian find to their fabulous way vIDe, given on the 8th inst., and report tli 49 am "..? Fort Meaile......" t433t201 "
means spend course may be unavoidable if the a splendid time. They say the costumeswere nose "....llmta ionla..... "
River Lodge No. 00 Free and Incomes. The platform, as form. .. of civilized C t -
society are entirely I
Masons hold their meetingson ulated at Ocala provoke a. usages very pretty; the music fine, and the 211 pm 10 40 am LT....... Falatka...... Ar SIC pm 1030 am
Accepted may ignored. Hence, we drop excellent. 255! 1120 Ar..InterLchen..Lv 430 965 "
the FRIDAY on or before Full Moon, smile from the logician ; but it hasa these remarks in the that supper Awfully sorry we 330 .. 11(6 pm ".,.Hawthorne ......" 354 018 "
at.7:80 p. m., in Masonic Hall, in the Indian hope could'nt have been there especially awe 3M 1220 "...... Rochelle......." 330 855 "
Tltusvillo. serious aspect; and out of the they prove a "word to the 715 1JB5 "....Oafne vll1e......" 2.141' / "
River State Bank building may
were so kindly remembered with 469 102 "....Orange; Lake. ...." 248 748 "
theories .
present impossible they wise," and sufficient to correct the compllmentaries. 655 203 "...?....Otala........" 155 700 "
brethren invitedto will sort the wheat from the tares 730 35 4 "
Visiting arc cordially .. .Lee.bnrg..4 1200 am 230
evil. .. ..
The sociable Y860 ...... .
given Thursday evening at 650 Feinherum.Brnuksvllle ..." 1040) "
attend. and will succeed in finding a path '940 621 "..... ....." 940 "
WALTER 8. GRAHAM, W M. out'of Egypt.. Mr. Johnson's honor of their daught 60S ".........tnstlTavares.: ........" 1045/ "
JOSEPH MENDELL, 8ecret). Special Bargain. er's birth-day, was a happy time for 525 pm_ "....... ......." 1030 "

young and old. Many friends of the 'Daily.! tDaily except Sundays. Sunday only. Train leaving Jacksonville 8 JO a m and 1'a1t4
THE COUNTY That fine business lot Broad street ka at 2 20 p m dally between Jacksonville and Filatka.
COURT.The on family from far and near, were presentto COIUI'IK'TIOII'
just west of Indian River Lumber Go's congratulate and present Miss Janie At Jacksonville with diverging lines North, taat and West At Orange City Junction f*
THE ADVOCATEJob I Orange City. Smyrna and Lake lIelell' at Jupiter with J.&: L.W. Railway for Lake Worth; tt
Public Spirit is evidently in office. Fronts' 60 feet oa railway. Large with some very pretty and useful presents Sanford with O. ft. Railway forOaklan4',Tarpon Bprlncs; ,Clearwater and Gulf (' ; "*
building now occupied by J. 8. Watson with South Florida Railway for Winter park etc.; at Tampa with PlantSteaauh.P
love with the County Court. A and wish for many returns of so Line for Key West Havana,Mobile and for Manatee River points; at ruins Gorda with lteamen
Printing DepartmentIs few weeks ago, an undisguised correspondent A; Co. Price 160000. Very easy terms. pleasant a time.A for Key West, Havana I-unta Kassa, St.James City and Yore M)'ers.
ln 11I4
wltlimSna"Uiteel> Car on rouB1" fast wall train dally between New York
in the columns of this I BOBBINS A GRAHAM. few days ago Mrs. Chappell heard Tampa ,:
lyFor Information,call on or address M.E.GBUBKB, Fla.
to do Your Work paper, strongly criticised the courtIn her chickens making an unusual noise, Jacksonville Fla agent G. D. ACKERLT, G. F. A.:..,
Ready question, as constituted at pre. Biggest Bargain on Indian River. and on going out to see what was the

sent Later on, a correspondent, cause, found a very large hawk on the INDIAN RIVER STEAMBOAT COMPANY

C in the Public Spirit, got together a Forty acres of first class orange and ground after the chickens; he was either

WI: are informed that :Mason I bunch of absurd assertions which garden land, one-half mile from Mime 10 saucy or hungry or both and,, instead

Young has promised the citizens must have been very amusing to tation. Part, the prettiest hickory of flying he stood there looking at her

those: who are conversant with the hammock in this section! balance very with spread wings until she walked up
ef Eau Gallle that they will have I
facts in the case. In speaking of rich muck. Red sub-soil, no mail. to him and picked him up; he stuck his r

a railroad to that point within a this article the Public Spirit says : Choice; building site on a hill in grove of I laws in her wrist, but she held on to ,

]'Car. It does look as if ,the 'Our correspondent put things large oaks and hickories. Equal to any i him and carried him to the chopping

extensive, improvements being down in black and white that location at Rockledge for natural beauty block and cut his head off; he measured

made under the direction of the could not be answered successful. transportation, hotel, stores, school, four feet from tip to tip.

y." The truth is, that those who pleasant society. Plenty of labor, etc.,
individual in question foreshadowed DEPARTURE A; ARRIVAL OF
were in a position to have answeredthe lose by. Price 1000. Two years timeIf KEMP 8. GRAHAM. Steamers leave STEAMERS. !.
something of the kind. But, correspondent referred to, de lreJ. Robbing A Graham Titus- at 1 p. m. TIT 8\'LLE dally except Sunday at 6:00 a. m., arriving at Melbourne

"the best laid plans of mice and looked upon him with a pitying ville, or II. Roberts, Minis. 23* Died, at the residence of his brother. Returning leave Melbourne -afc- 1- pm.,. arriving _nt. TituslU e slant .Q. .tm... -_

men gang aft aglee." We are a' eye and exercised the God-given : In Titusville, on Wednesday night, the Leave MELBOURNE: Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays at 1 p. m., arriving at

little curious however, to know if gift of mercy by letting them pass Ankona.: 14th inst. Deceased was twenty-three Jupiter at 8 a. m. next morning.

the road is from innoticed. years of age. He was a victim of consumption Returning leave JCPITER Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 12 noon
proposed coming -
The Public Spirit also says: "The which was the outgrowth of a arriving at Melbourne at 7 a. m. next morning.

the interior, or if it is to be an ex. opponents of the Court probably )Jr. Chas. S. Moore la building a neat severe attack of "La Grippe" which he Th St. Lucie leaves Titusville about 6:30 Monday mornings, calling at:k-

tension of the J., T. & K. W. It made a desperate efljprt to captureIt cottage. contracted at his home in Philadelphia she ledge and Melbourne on the direct run to Jupiter; on her return trip, Sat 1*,
comes right to
takes money to build railroads. and work it in the interest of the Duck shooting W at its best just now, last February through Titusville, arriving here about 8 a. m. Sunday.

ring, but; failing in this, their next and local Ximroda are enjoying the sport Mr. Graham was the youngest brotherof W. B. WATSON, Supt.

move was to abolish it." This hugely. our editor Dr. Walter. Graham, and -

THE running of threo trains each statement may be true. We don't Messrs. Sanders and Hunt aN clearingfor arrived in Titusville, in company with :

way daily to and from the Indian claim to know all things. Thereare a large extension of their pineapple his mother about three months ago in i EAST COAST TRANSPORTATION COMPANY.

River, and the putting on of a line matters beyond our philosophy. plantation next season. the hope that with the help of our climate -

But if any attempt was ever madeto Our people enjoyed the festive season he might be restored to health. Notwithstanding -
of steamers
to accommodate the
; capture the County Court this thoroughly Christmas trees were the all that a mother' care

line of travel to our beautiful is the first intimation we ever had order in many of our homes. and the attention of friends could do,

stream is the best possible evidence of it. Judgq Jones and Solicitor There is an unprecedented movementIn the only result was a prolongation of life

of the wonderful develop. Sanders should know if such attempt pineapple and lemo lands. The future for a few weeks. His remains will be

ment that has taken place in this : was made and if it was, we of this region i* assured. A cordial conveyed to Philadelphia, where they

hope they will let us have the facts welcome awaits every new comer. will find their last resting place. Dr. '" I'sBRitts
famous section the few
during past for publication. Messrs. Chaffee and Morrow are making Graham and his mother will leave here

;years. At our present rate of progress As far as the ADVOCATE is concerned some fine improvement on their to-morrow with the remains.OEOKGC Gotxa Soirru ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE! or THE STEAMER. SWEESET

it is probable the number of I it has no desire to capture pineapple property; making heavy pre- Goi.vo XORTII--The Leaves Sweeney Titusville about TITl'8VILLE about 1:30 p. m. .
steamers on our river will have the County Court ; it is not even larations for next year's operations. WEISEK. The steamer J. W. Sweeney will leave NEW a. m. Weds'
I sure it wants to abolish it. Thereare Mr. and h1r C. T, McCarty and the and every Monday
doubled within the next five years Friday at 7 a. m., stop at all intermediate points and arrive at J RDCX1-P'j
and several people on the river who boys, now of Fort Pierce, were welcome Died at his home in Ansonia, Conn., at 5 p. m.Returning.
that several railroads will
have special grievances against visitors at l1aY".ood Cottage wt Sunday on Christmas eve. Deceased was a sufferer leave EOCKLEDOE every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 71, >*'
touch our shores before the time his; forum, but two or three isolated They are accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. from consumption and for the and arrive at Xew Smyrna at 5 p. m.

named rolls arouud. We are just cases are not sufficient to II. W. Maine, of Fort Pierce, put four years had spent the winter in CONNECTIONS:!

beginning to develop our wonderful condemn the establishment. One I Rev. L. M. Gardner of Troy, P*., conducted ttusvUle, always with great benefit. 11A> W. n. n.' at New Smyrna, for all points north via Clyde St. Job

resources ; and while the price of thing; is certain the J I4Ue Spirit religious services lust Sunday at De made many friends among our citi- River T-he Line, and Clydes Steamship Line _

may as well let the matter rest ; the home of Mr. Elite Matter. A good seas, who will hear of hU death with will merchant advise and shippers of Indian River, who wish to patronize this Una
our best lands seem high at please their consignors: to mark their Via Line cart *
may good Clyde
the Court will not be abolished at attendance was prtwent. Ankona will, sorrow. The deceased owned several A. A W. n,. and E. C. T. Co. or Via Clyde Line Blue SprinS*
care of E. C. T. Co.
present, what will they be five years the coming session of the legisla for some months, enjoy regular cervices >areU'of property at this place. 'ffeleaves R P. P.\DDlSOX.

hence. So mote it be. ture.; peace, agitation of the sub ivery Sabbath by Rev. Mr. Gardner. a widow to mourn, his.los*. General Manager. G. F. Cent\DDIS Frt.OY 4, Paw. ddt


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orange Mr. Forsier's Spratt, K.,B.and Spratt the Mcssm.has 150 Information Column. II. K. OLMSTEAD, Professional! CUhll'1. I I J. iE. Sanders 5 Co.,

Gray had to commence at the bottom \
rung/ of the ladder and work their /grovesup The Pioneer Dealer In I) L. UAULDEX, Dealers In
I'noVr this head' we will endeavor to answer .
from seed of their
lie rfo not hold onrtrlrr l'l',01(7)1I'iJl'oplnuns.u own planting, any (iiinatim* hence they have been a long time in MimiiitUMl by our KI'HM-RI BKKX. We have nileMra GENERAL MERCHANDISE AT'r'o IiN EY-AT-L'tW, NOTIONS x
f !our ('orr"/lon./1I,. bringing their JO'O'elllnto hearing. nut to wear, onrselre..ut' In the sen li e of t
TITt .
a full reward for their persistent labor is men or women who IMIHHOW the AHVIM-ATK from s2t.LS CUOCKEIIY: ,
their n"llhl"\'II and make It H condition that
To" now in plain view. As time rolls on, the the author of the question must lie one wliope Eau Gallie.I AS. T. SAXDKliS; MADDLEIir; I t
gulden balls will appear, and IMS exchanged name ."llf'ltnl"n our milmrrlitlon Hut. .J
r We must ask our correspondents not for shiultig shekel of silver and We shall not attemiit, to answer qm'Mlons In- keep In Mock n Choice variety\ of 8TATIONKKY; ,
volt know loilue of >l ntlllorhanM'U'r. ATTOIiXEY.AT-LAW: '
Inn i.iHrlnl a purely m .
i indulge lu personalities in gold.! There is a'grand future for the FAMILY MEDICINES,
or making hilt hall routine i ur answers to in-
I >ortnf their neighbor Whenever western Narrows.! Its rich lands, its /genial climate qnlrles In the line of !tl'n"ra1Inl"rt'.t. KOCEU1: : H.\ltUWA1Jo: ;, will irnrtliv In Mil the. Courts of the SeventhJiulifiitl GARDEN SEEDS v
Sl remarks of that its from hosts Many new .settlers, and not a few of our mil Ci1OCKERYTo1LET: ( Imiltof t'lorliln.
character exemption killing: ARTICLES ETC Cllolm
wenull OIWClmn
and clticeim, are entirely "at"a" an totmr tax and v. u. iioxaan. TITCSVII.U:, F1.1.Money '
; exclude them, and If persisted into U bound to take the lend In fruits rrdsvtenuaud other laws which. affwt the HAY I'OKX JLIrrs'
And Mill 1'1I1\11 Low as the I.owl'Mt. to I/mil. I : FERTILIZERS J
shall take steps to li"|>cnso with the vegetables, ami hold it. 1..waIIlInlI'nl"o; In general: such nn the !>" ,
1 rvices of tIe who nirillnit of ileeils legal! fenrn and ditches,qualification Call and cxnnilne FINE PATENT; FLOUK.
party his Stock 18
indulges XAIWOWS. of vHHINVAI.TKH8.. UIIUUI.ItOllllLXS .
t steg in the lino referred to. bi enter' government land. etc. A GUA1IAM, Cocoa, FJ.or1.Cln.
We sled believe we will\lie able to give to recent -
I The Aln\lltn cM uf CIUlA"crnl. arrival wlrli I of more or Kwaalne as to J. E. ENDEU & CO.
A Screw 1..0&"" Somcu'l-erc. tireM, diet ."liyptanv In their new tuune; and .1TTOItS EYS-AT-L.l W,
give them hints an to how health may lie |ire- C. J. IIECTOH
mat Coast .JJt'Jenlc .sorveil.We Wato2uual: :.ors TITt."\'IUte, Brovnnl Co., Floild.u .
: CANAVERAL., FI.A., Jaa. 10, 1801. I hall not presume to art as legal or lne.1I I'. o. liox:m
letter I cal lvlHom for the county, or point out any liorullnr AN.ItMANUFACTURING Dealer In General
A directed from Tltwsvllle to Eat Coast ..14roeufrI : I I method. Iiv which ITIHH! rnim| may' I* Will tirnrtlffl In all Ilicnnintlp'xif the"8>"f'ntbt.I..lllt '
nkona was, 'by request re-mailed to InHiiml; but iliirtiiK a rwMonre of fl>e years JEWELERS, sod' In the Stitn> ne ( '"rt. 8xvli| l farllltlrs :NJcrohanc1lselIt'lbouruf':
have read with interest seriesof ..
your we Intve ahmirlinl connlilKralile' liifurimitlon list fur K: mlnln {. unit IVrfectlnK land
[.den. Another letter from Port Gibson! I articles advocating the advantages of may lie of value' to our snlio-rlbrni, and ran he tr'itllsVilk', Flu.if Titles. rurrmiHinili-iice., solicited. from t'lulni- Fin. I '
ittfrenxod off hand with very little lulxir. This ants and Helm. to K|>nnli IIss., dated Dec. 12th, 1800, Mid direct- : the "bight of Canaveral' us an outlet i.I tlie Class of knowledge| we expert| to place at to Ixwn. 1 -

d to Anfcona, wa, in like nr.anncr, re-I for the commerce1ot }10rl.Itand their dlKiHiral.Oimilliatf. Ih'PH111111t; < Fine and Complicated
especially d questions of a legal medical. or
ailed to Eden. Both those letters were; South Florid. That the scheme nrlcntiflc nature are dprllnrd.ri Watches; netting of Diamonds and other Hats Shoes Clothing Dry Goods
found .e ranks the iMiothitm an brief a.1..1\11.. || | .. Precious M nccidenUy snugly plge.t'n-holed at is perfectly feasible I hive no doubt, as *awoi>hnllmblli'lilioth the question and the I Alligator! and Hog Tusks Curved and / Just Arrived.

Jupiter, January 1st. It is a better roadstead; or harbor than annwer. Mounted for ctne-headx: brooches, etc 81)lt'n.1I,100odll,

Now, two',questions grow>out of the four fifths of those on the west side of Shell Jewelry made. SPECIALIST OPEHATIVE, SUIIOI- OILS, PAINTS' HAKDWAKE, LEAD

[above dreuu u Lance. First: Why were the American continual, and a great MOTHrUH-IS-t-AW. corner In S.from II. I Rlf"Pustofllce.Prompt new .building, opposite CAL: MECIIANICALDENTISTRY DRUGS, GROCERIES, 0 It AIX I

[those letter-carried beyond l:den 1 and many of those on the east side, affordingas J. T. P., Cocoa.-As I have noticed a attention to 1911 orders by mall Of all kinds; and in fact a full line of

[second: Why di,.l not the Postmaster re- It does a perfectly! safe anchoragefrom !good many funny pieces from your Palm or otherw". Hlnov TITt'SVH.LK, FLORIDA. everything.I Call and examine. 11

mall them to their proper ilestination ? all winds from east-north-east Beach correspondent, "Wayback," over d

They were legibly and distinctly di- the Lake Worth band, will Messrs. D U. U. L. WILLS, or. '
[ around to south; being only open to east Rogers
Graham A Walton allow Insert In HODGES ,
to &
rected. : me GODFREY
and south-east winds, and they never PHYSICIAN ft SURGEON, DEALER IN CLOTIHNd
Information is desired. U neither the (except in a hurricane) blow hard enough the ADVOCATE: some excellent "Jokes on A graduate of the University of Ponnsylvanln ,

I Mail Agent nor the Jupiter Postmaster to endanger any 'reasonably well found Mothers-In-law. Manufacturers of and an experience of twenty Gents Furnishing Goods, Shoes, Hats,

[ can giw.satisfactory answer, there are vessel. With plenty of water and good Answer.-No, sir; we shall not publish Yellow Pine Lumber yearn the in. practice Tltusvlllo, oiiers and his to Caps, Umbrellas, Trunks, Valises, ,

j parties Washington who 4an. holding bottom, any ship can now ride your mother-in-law jok..... We have FINE CIGARS Etc.
OFPICK: ovictt J. w. HOOEIIM co. ,
ConlnrAPOxnBNT.A out any of the ordinary winds that we many of them on our subscription list, nofOlt A nilKHSKI, The only house In town
making a
have. At any rate, the light-house ten- and we shall not be the means of holding Oranir| Hog Head Pratt,A \.ptable Crate*. LA HUE V ELY, daily of Gents. 1"urnishingbooth apes. {

Letter From Mr..Albert S. ders find no trouble in lying here along them up to ridicule., Our experience Is Lumber delivered at any part tif Indian Illver. Drop In and examine my stock, and
that mothers-in-law rule far on through;:: bill nf ladlny. Anyone rontemplat.IUK JUSTICE: OF TilE PEACE 17m DIST compare prlctm. Cash
Magnicler. as they want to. Only about three are, as a on the Kant Ooa t would do well towilt. customers command The aawlninla\I ultuated theJ Notary i>ubllo for the \ltate at Large. every consideration! !
weeks the ,little tender "Pharos better than the jokes about themandwe on competitors:
ago T.A: K. W. K,.,II mile .."'tb of l-alatka. Contractor and Ih.III,1'IIr over 30 y.ara' rape.rleuce. claim to confer.
Ma. EDITOR> ,-Will yon Mow me space lay here about ten days; and during that claim to know quite a few on the East Agents I Cocoa,a..:.:Atlllng) Eau Uallle, Kncene Natural Klnlih a Hpeelalty. Call when convenient

to correct an Impression that Is out '.in time, rode out one of the heaviest east- Coast 'Wo have always thought that Rralnerd. IImo.l" --- -- IIIF.UIOCIl. -);-FLA.-- .. .-. south of ADVOCATE First door

regard to my disposing{
well machinery. I (A. "ft. Magrudei) safety mothers-in-law Is, to say the least of It, Dfuymaii. '
have Rat disposed of my machinery; and But I think that you are all out of the In bad form, and Is to bo deplored. A GEO. ALTREE, Hauling done at ronsonablo rates. Attends & GRAY,

furtbec tore, it Is not for ale yet, as
have number of wells to put down the do anything towards making any all very well, for everybody, who Is net BROKER AND COMMISSION AGENT, trains Drugs, Chemicals, Perfumery, Toilet

comtng:summer, and some of them are Improvement on the harbor as it is now. too thin skinned, ought to be able to TituHvillo, Fla. ADVOCATE Orders left office with will(1. II.receive Rumph or at Articles Fine Soaps 1
prompt Stationery
six Incto wells. I stopped this winter They might !go to work and spend threeor stand a little chaff; but to decry them Agent for Pianos and Organs; Florida attention ,

eipectius; to pack the fruit In the Rock- four million dollars, and spoil It, butI Indiscriminately can only have the effect Brick and Lime; New Process Gasoline JEWELRY,
of wounding the susceptibilities of Stove that cannot explode. A. Frosohor SPECTACLES: : AHKW1NO : .
ledge berne grove. I expert to be better don't believe any amouut of money many ,
thousands of who In feel- Will at all times handle every discrlpt- T1TUSV1LLE, FJ.A., MACHIXES.
fitted next and better'tena could be of benefit. women, are,
spring, <*n give any Guns
Ion of New and Second Pistols
Hand Furniture. ,
Sowing Machines and
real mothers to their children's hues Keeps .a full supply of Metalllo and
All that is make the Ing,
required to bight
IIIIl work than ever before. My In fact will !get anything to supply the Wooden Machinery Repaired. Watches Clock

last well, only 245 feet deep, throws available as a receiving or shipping point, bands or wives., Taking this view of the wants of the People.Tradesmen's Coffin and Jewelry a eclalty.
thirty-tme inches, and *U1 throw a one is, fist to build an Iron screw pile pier question, we decline your communication Soiled Stocks Disposed of. School hooks and School .SuppUos.

Inch stream twenty feet tgh! ; and most out to about six fathoms of water, so with thanks, for no relationship Will sell on Commission by private treatyor Funerals attended executed If desired. All orders Subscriptions taken at publUhor's pried*
Public Auction, anything you want) promptly and at reasonable for Newspaper Hooks
of n>y Xockledge wells throw from fifteen I that our Jarrellt.eoaMting steamers could ought to be habitually held up to acorn to turn Into money. rates. Embalming done. 3F. Magazines, etc.
to twenty-five Inches. All my wells are come alongside to receive or deliver or hatred, whether they bo mothers-In- Cash advanced on Goods for absolute Prescriptions time carefully compounded aft 6
any day or night. 1
piped to hard rock. They are not left freight-then to connect the 1lerIth, law or not.GRAND. sale J. TTATiXj,

at from ninety to one hundred feet, but our lines of Inland transportation, and CONTRACTOR & BUILDER, Drugs ;

go frem' '.135 to 185 feet. U will, take contracts you would have the thing complete.You ,
any day, to put down wells, after would not have to build a line of Patent Medicines
Hay any size from two to six inches. steamers; for there are now some seven Estimates furnished on application. ,

Respectfully, or elgt lines running within ten miles of TITUSVILLE Jacksonville Florida.The Correspondence and patronage solid ted.
Hmo Elegant Articles
A.6. MAO UDEU. your pier who would only be too glad to Perfumery Toilet .

if had inducements to offer 1\S: 33. JDnnnoll.BRICKLAYER I
stop you any Indian River Fla.
Travelers, corner Day and Cedar Kept constantly on hand at /
A Word From the Narrow them in the way of freight. I. M. MABI1ETTE, Pnorn. streets, Jacksonville, Fla. A new brick

--- About eleven years ago, Mr. P. E. Wager I hotel, nearest to all railroad stations and & PLASTERER, J. B. Screven's

at the instance of Mr. P. D. Wesson steamboat landings. Especially adaptedto ,

East Coatt Advocate: and myself, wrote te the Mallory S. S. This is the most central hotel In town, transient business -Elegantly furnished : TituHvillo, Fla. DRUG 8TOIIU. '.
In issue of December 24th I no- rooms, single or tn mitt. Table Work contracted for on of .
yur Co. asking them what amount of freight I any part
and Is omly' one minute's walk from the ai good as the best. This hotel was built, Indian River -
ticed article "Indian River Nan 8
"an on they would want, to have their Gulf furnished and operated as a $3.00 a day Also the latest Newspapers Periodical !. 4
which is fair aad correct
a and close to Steamboat
rows, repre- Railway Depot,
house rates are now reduced to 2.00 a *, etc. '
week and ;
lines stop at the bight 2
sentattai of this section, as far as it goes. every ,
'* while the service Is better than JDO McAllister
18 day, ever.
I feel constrained to supplement what what they would do towards putting ,
Breakfast from 6 to 0; lunch from 11210: FOIl
he said by adding what our citizens have down a pier. They-replied (If I remem-
t.02:30; dinner from 530: to TOO.: This t
1 show for their labor. On the west
to ber rightly) that for f.'>0.000 freight, Is the only hotel In Jacksonville serving Contractor for
I side of river Mr. Geo. W. King has
cur EDEN meals at these hours. All other Wines & '.
them they would stop regular -
I 100 budded orange trees, 60 lemon and guaranteed yearly, Spirits .
at least one hour later. Use the
I 125 lira trees; noneIn bearing. One every week, and that we need not trouble are Artesian Wells ,
Travelers omnibus, the tickets save 23: r
mile south of Mr. Weir has 100
King, ourselves about the pier. That was In cents each each rl
budded trees 2000 stock in on person way. 1 ;
lorange sour tie early days of the Indian River coun- PINEAPPLE 'mo Kau Gallic, Fla.pdOmo. :Beers r
nursery, and 1 COO native persimmonswhich
\ ba will bud next-cpring with the try when there were hardly a hundred Burton K. Barrs ,

Japan persimmon. persons in the Now, I 10 Proprietor.
At lUle-ln-the-walL .Mr.: J. F. Gray should think, it perfectly safe W. HENDRY CIGARS, J5TO. r
f baa 300 budded trees which will ,
orange to that three times 150.000 might be PLANTATION. OF TIlE FINEST
bloom .next spring, 100 Villa Franca say Dealer In QUALITY, w

lemon and 125 lime trees, not bearing. safely guaranteed. UEt1CRfs94fl GO TO

'in addition he has tangerine and man- Xow I will give yon my suggestion General Merchandise
Id larine trees, and Italian T. ]7. :E1..1.ohnrCls, & .
orange pose about how to make the bight of Canaveral I Losley Itenaker.
ihestnuta, and three varieties of pine- Eden Indian Hirer Florida. I
available. First all idea ; 1'
give {
apples. One mile south Is Mr. W. S. up DRY GOODS, Families Supplied. *
Torbert who is now bOldly preparing of asking Government help, because you

and for large lemon gw**. Mr. Daw- won't get it-and. It wouldn't do any NOTIONS:!,
: 10MlLL
ion, on Gem Island, has to show vUitorsnangoee I .4 PS2Si :
if did. Secoad form Titusville Meat
.sappodillas, avocador pears, you your o fcfS STATIONERY,
limes, lemons and orange: company to build a pier aad connections; a

EmarlndJl,S. Keifer, on the east side, canvas your home shippers and merchants d i r t Choice Groceries -

200 orange and 100 lemon first then the ITown
see Mallory's, .
]BIIMH, Flit. 6T. Kiai or a'
\tees. J. L. Enos has about the sameDumber .
of trees growing which will ben Clyde's, Morgan's, Cromwdr, etc., andI ej ] .

bearing condition next year; in addi- have ao doubt but that you would get I Ipi 0-.. ._... 'VV' SrEJ, Fresh and Salt Meats, Egg ,

)ion he has quite a variety of fancy all the money you want, to build and u lot ", '

s-nita. Mr. E. L. Gray has to how for equip the whole thing In less days thanIt ) a I CINCINNATI 8h rteantisQuickest.. Draymnn, Oysters) Fish, Fruit A Vegetables, ,
labor 400 budded orange << attend all kind of .
bees; years would If waited far Government Will to Hauling,
200 lemon-such varieties '&1 the yeah you d Cuaitwruucot and tollman I'aUc tUeetilug IX SCAHO.T.
Villa Franca, Sicily and promptly, cheaply and,

Imo trees now In full bearing; hl.l orange get his oranges to Sew York for about .OO Ct = ta connection"; ;STnA I. (:NJO Will deliver baggage for passengers CASH FOR POULTRY EGOS, VEOTAULES t i t

I md lemon tree are now commencing to onethirdwhat it coats now, to say nothing = =' ... VU'tfr for ST LOUIS I arriving or departing on train or steamboat ETC
i lear some fruit; In addition to the above H .ioZ and the WEST: and with Through ear lines fur llj
of tM reduced coot on wiat we t *. 19 li, J. DAVIS Manager i
. ]Ie baa some 20,000 sour orange stock in '
I lursery. North of Mr. Gray about one Import. X. X. Prxr O ... .."'t CHICAGO (1l.waT.-: : Can U found at the Railway Matloa gRISNAarT.rearvtr.oNLTea.eoA

i nile, is the home of J, C. Michael Mr. -8aU: aU with U rar DETROIT or at my residence In fiojitb Tltusvllle. OUR NEW IMPROVED SINGER '

llehael, for two years, has had a magni- := 0f e. aatl Vetnts Is Caned.. U. S. Mall Carrier. 6 t
Iclent banana field; he has now growing, f.t"c. : E:::: BUFFALO sad the Gut. d ..

I CO orange trees and about 200 lemon, Wedding __ Cards i .Au:= Only Dam cbaaf of careIse Notice. 'tBtotlc z faf 'tto ; I.

,, 41 fine varieties. Adjoining him is Mr. '> NEW ORLEANS l U barely rlna that st a BMtlaK of U>. I !
t K. Michael, who has 400 orange and We shall be pleased to' -i .u.:Jackson; VkUburj: foUt U Stockholder aiul liractor. of the Ifjul CoutTmuip fc = a It
DO lemon trees-a few trees commencing 1 receive a share of yours E Tax Notice. s"ilt"lwEar. <>rtatkMiCoiiiiuiylAnkl! II. of the ittswaoinu.aid ,- UlW J i 521 Iy
J Job Work-envelopes, C TEXAS : \ a/mpany.a.: tu readw 11
t> bear. The two Michaels have their -
} follow i "Anii-lt H.of(Kirk, te.-Tu caicitaliUHkof
loldinga in fine condition, every acre is q {letter-heads,note-heads, a Nods U hereby rhea that th Town to books faawnicn via this kinm sr* afforded an u. UiU_paD y shall be rJMmw-M tu S ( I
b garden truck and looking well. Ad- 7! bill-beads, statements, a: ,,are now ojtut the payment of lue: The CIIlJorot skis vf Lookout Muoataia and lurrowad be paid up In full. TIM capital .KM'k ....U be qtl F0 sI '
tutukt will cbjM o.HMonUy, January: Est, 19M1. llituric divided 1.1ou 3OQ.haNa." tloo.IIII-. Each: cer- J
fining S. K.: Michael, Is W. H.Wlgfeld'abrae :S or anything eLie. TIM eoltoctor wlU be In hi*cute. Mljuialoc tbfumtamai UK turnery.H. Uocau of Muck shad U.,,,_ by Uw Hmiileal W Z *' !
; he baa a beautiful front, on atpWllake -- ,from' f to II a. m., and Swim 2 to 4 f.m. and attested. l>f UM HMr.twy, with the sat of } Q
.. daily, the........._U.... (rtlttcau of ."",11 way b.Inuuif.rrwl --WI LLU1..A-'O.aJI'Jf.IA.t nrl
about !
baA 100
; he groW'lnf h EJ-" B. A.Cimctr, collector. C. BAT, 8. E. Pans. Alft., Atlanta, Ga. by lodon._at, awl tint awnlary tJ'EITS
ranga and lemon ut none in D. J. WiLLAStr, Div, yams Agt, Chat. ball keep record of UM U u. trans red CURED. JH ;:;
tearing. and aurrendoor'" ail Mock oinlAcate upon UM w i ;
tanooga. LARGO TRIAt

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VYHEN. THE, SUM GOES DOWN. ef the What made ris'k to downright cruelty OMIvtow 6f Mown I TMB CLOUDS.- :;
-.. enterprise Tom "Ob, bow can you treat me M)" she 1--'VOMAN'S WORLD !
Was everlasting!
"Wlen tbs sine goMffowa' things sot I flew could he put her ia lOch exclaimed, lifting up her streaming faee. humble origin, he ww pealed ill the air

And as ore the fading lea, r jeopardy I To be sure, he, had thought "You don't food like a' person to treat a ,i taunting her with her bourgeois birtn.A.trange writ- Like the mountain cliffs up there,

XJk the crooning of a mother'. the dog would be safeguard enough, woman 10. t: don't like to be tied f it I pL&\8ANT' #,iiaAtrvllfet FOn.i i history, indeed, .might be befallen And wrapt In the softest roseate hue
Come Wit murmur of the MA, but hey had gone"'1C uring' after him. makei one feet BO helpless.:" FEDIINLNEILEADEItS '. I ten of-tha"misfortune* which have The clouds are,heaped on l Ugh,*.*, ,

\\l TM golden clouds of comet And if they hadn't how could dog. help What kind of a fool be yon, anyway" ',' .. every one of the women who And streaked across the sky
her with raised from the ranks of emblazoned on the Tie*.
Change to sober, restful brown a man the'bedl aid the'man stopping a moment to stare have been With fire
Y' cad tan Peace unfurls her mantle Light and electricity are swift, bn at her. And he made a step then toward conDcno oi c*:uoaft ropctAtu people to scats on the thrones of Europe. How beautiful they sail i '

When the ton goes down. thought is swifter.. A* I said, this was the highest of drawers half bureau, English corduroy ia: once more, a popu Josephine de Beauharnais, her daughter Robed in a morning 'veil,

:: mea all in the fraction of a second. 'Then half writing-desk, for a ball\ of tape ho Jar fabric. A' gown of gray corduroy Queen Hortcnic, Eugenie de Montijo, Like'vessels on the placid blue,""
the son goes down Mr*. has close tailor Ketchko have each in
Laughton wa on her feet again and saw lying there; a bodleethatopens.over and Nathalie de thousand sunbeams tint, <
And from ont the glowing West before a pendulum could have' a waistcoat of the cordnrojv contributed sad chapters to the Ten
more than t'Ohl",she cried, remembering the tart .Arranged so turn' thousand emblems hint,
4. The trailing breeze comes shining, Swung backward. The man must know baby. "Don't I Don't go there! For I that the' ribs run diagonally toward the history of the heroines of royal romance, Ten noble and the true.
y Uka a whisper from the blest the saw him.' She took tho light brass mercy' sake, don't go there raising her centre. The waistcoat is goldbraided.The and have paid dearly for their greatness. The good( the' '

Come the little ones a weal")': bedstead and sent it rolling away from voice till it was like, the wind in the back of the basque is cut in tabs, Chivtyo Herald., ,. Now comes the bfighlaome breeze

t Clinging their mother'gowa, her with all her might and main, leaving chimney ,"Oh, please don't go there I" trimmed with a long row of tiny gold .-; With lulling sound of ease, ,' .,
t And they nettle in her bosom. the creature uncovered. lIe lay easilyon At which, as if feeling morally, or rather buttons. The collar is high, the sleeves "WO U:.'( is MISIATCTIE." And drives tho saffron flames! part

When the san goes! down."When one side- a' stout little blub like a immorally sure that what he had come but little full, and the skirt plain all\ The women of the middle class in Japan As stealing winds have torn

the ran gon down: fCrtei policeman's billy in his hand, some weapons for was in that spot, he seized the around and box-pleated in the back,- -tho woman of the shop and factoryareseen .And far away have bores .
: the toller o'er the ma, gleaming! in his belt, putting up handles of a drawer, and down fell the Ken Fork Pott. everywhere so freely, and then Some cherished idol of my hearer ,

"Sweet thoughts, by labor banished, tho other hand to grasp the bedstead as lid upon his head with a whack that intimacy is won so coon, that, without May trouble be as light, .
e Will corn trooping baok to me, it rolled away. jammed his hat over his eyes and blinded THE NEWEST MACHrNTOTir.. understanding them to their very souls, And virtue shine! as bright ,

t '' And the gmlles of those who love me "You look pretty, don't you(" ,said! him with pain and fury for an instant. The newest mackintosh for women one can attempt to say a little more Within the fleeting! life of.fell,
Take the place of duty's frown she. And in that inst&nt she had whipped the has reached the last need in this valuable about them.: Of these thousands of little As clouds at airy rest

For in dreams I shall be with them Perhaps this was as much of a shock roll of money from her belt, and had outdoor garment. A few are already persons met with everywhere-In the With lightsome, downy crest,

When the ran goes down." to the man as his appearance had been to dropped it underneath her chair. "I in the shops, und it is :altogether tea-houses, the theatres, tho pagodas Or floating at the Maier's call.

When the ran goes down her.. Ho was not acquainted with the knew it!" she cried. "I know it would I !likely that the demand for them will the impression that remains is absolutely -B. !t. Havener, in Timtt-Demoerttt.
r I The ills of life recede saying that it is only the Unexpected that It always does. I told you not to go." soon bo great enough to warrant ,their deficient of seriousness. Whenever I

te. Hashed is the voice of evil. happens. "You shut your mouth quick I"roared importation i ia large quantities. The think of them I involuntarily smile.

: And the selfish cry of greed; "Get up," said she. "I'd be a man if the man, with a splutter of oaths between new makintosh looks exactly/ like serge Astonishing figurines, that I see once PITH AND POINT.

,Then, happy homeward footstep I was a man. Get up. I'm not going each word. gown and jacket which is what it really more agitated, assiduous, a little simi- .
$ &through the quiet town to hurt :you." "That's right she aid, leaning over is. The skirt is straight and plain; lesque, running about with continual -
If the intruder had the arm of the chair her face like underneath A shady occupation-Making awn-.
And rest comes to the weary any sense of humor a pity fastening a kilted front with courtesies addressed to everybody, among
k' When the sun goes down. this might have touched it; the log saint's. "Don't mind me. I always invisible buttons. The upper garment is their infinitesimal doll's baubles, in Ings.A.
idea 01 this little fairy-queen of woman, tell Tom to swear, when he jams his very like a reefer's coatdouble breasted, apartments' big as the hand, whose cooper ought to be able to stave oH
When, the sun goes down almost small enough to have stepped out thumb. I know how it is myself when and with a high collar. It fits as neatlyas pnpcr walls would fall in at tho least disaster.

On thU busy life of aye out of a rain-lily, hurting himl :But( It I'm driving a nail It's a great relief. any short coat, and the entire garmentis blow. Women in miniature, both childish Hides and pelts-The average. boy I in,a

r' Perhaps the night thatiollow' was so different from what ho bad been I'd put some cold water on :your head, as easily slipped off or on M the and aged, whoso excessive grace, so snowball season. '

Will be better than the day. .'j, awaiting that it startled him, and then, but I promised :you I wouldn't stir'out ordinary mackintosh coat.-Nea York mnnnorccl and mincing is it, turns to refrain of the Arctic. Circle-
Ob, may it* rising shadows perhaps, he had some of the superstitionthat of the chair-tt Bun. grimaces whose everlasting laughter, "
; fellow.
Find u.ready for a crown .,.{.h; usually haunts the evil and ignorant, The man went and sat down in the contagious without gayety, is as irrcsti- 'Freeze a jolly good
And the rent tbat surely cometh and felt that such small women were un. chair on whose back he had been lean. FASHIONABLE JTHS.!! bio as a titillation, and brings on al SonstruckThe gentleman who i

When the sun goon down.' canny. He was! on his feet now, tower. ing. Persian lamb and Astrakhan furs are length the same irritating lassitude. knocked down by his offspring.The .

'Mortimer O Brown. ing over her. !4 swear, I don't know what to makeof In high tide of favor this season the They laugh from excess of amiability ot man who tried heroic measures

"No," said he, gruffly; "I don't sup- you," said he, rubbing his head, rue- I distinction between the two being, of from acquired habit; they laugh in the found they were several sizes too largefor

TOM'S MONEY. pose you're going to hurt me. And I'm fully. course, that the lamb is lamb, the soft, gravest circumstances of life; they him.
..i not going to"hurt :you, if you hand, eve "You can make friends with me," : closely'! curled fur of the young animal, laugh;;; in the temples and at funerals. A believer in signs should bo cured of
that money. aid she "That's what :you can do. in the when he entecs a dime
.ic and very costly; while the Astrakhan is Very creatures, living his superstition
"What money'" opening her eyes witha I'm sure I've shown you that I'm friendly midst and
BT HAHBIET r. 8POFFORD.'Mr i. the fur of the sheep and much less of trifles as artiQcal light as! museum.
wide sort of astonishment. enough. I never believe any harm of themselves. Their household utensils ,
valuable. Real Persian lamb is often what causes the
*. Laughton had found what she "Cornel! None of I till I it I don't Teacher-"Johnny, ,
I want anyone see myself. blame
i your in fine thin metal look likechildren's ,
than porcelain or caused
bad been looking for all her life-the that 1" :you for wanting the I'm more expensive sealskin, and is daybreak I" Johnny-"I guess *
money money. alwaysin -
their their! tea-
especially handsome for the fur bindings toys; cups, the
man tinder her bcd. by nightfall.
I haven't want of I've told
"Why, Oh
any money money. you you their
ot tailor-made costumes and for bordersas kettles, are Liliputian, and ever "
,Every night of her nearly thirty :ydarsof yes, I have, to be sure, butIttlI might take mine, though I don't want filled to overflowing "This parrot is worth $:O0. s "What
'. well as for sleeves of stylish lasting pipes aro
existence this pretty little had I to. But I jackets. it such a tremendous valuel" "It
person thought:you'd remember it, said :you give you 'l'om'smonE' The krimmer which is beautifulfor with half a pinch of very fine tobacco, gives ,
stooped on her knees, before saying 4horprajert the man, with a grin. ), even if I knew where it.was. gray .so taken with the of their little can't talk."-Sparli.:
dressy occasions is the PerSian tips elegant
and had investigated' the spaces "But I want it 1" she exclaimed. Tom would kill me if I did, and I mightas lamb undyed Miss Fish--"Don't you think a veil is
and less fingers.
,beneath her bed a. light brass affair, "I want it, too I" said he. well be killed by:you as by Tom-and expensive the Never seated but all becoming to me!" Miss Caustic-1'Yes,
dyed fur, though not less beautiful and crouching day on .
hung with a chintz valance; had then "Oh it wouldn't do better. You can make friends with ,
you any good. me, it has the natural of the mats of immaculate whiteness! they accomplish a heavy ono.-Epoch.
'peered bpneah tho dark recess of the she reasoned. "Fifteen dollars. And and be some ,protection to till gray young
my bark" Is spoke'n of
in that invariable almost When
i lamb;; It is much worn on posture a "whaling ,
dressing-case, and having looked in tho it'* all the mon(yl've got in the world!I" husband come I'm expecting him and gray recep from
of is of a
tion ,dresses, und is very becoming to all tho acts of their life. It we suppose courso comes
j deep drawer of the bureau ,and into the "I don't want no fifteen dollars" said Jules every moment." I
., ,. most Combinations of fur on the floor that they take their doll's birch tree.-Doilon Bulletin.
peopie. are ,
closet she fastened her door
'and felt as te -mau-- and 1 doe fc want ui'ua of ----- The man started to his feet.
your still much'WOrD, especially Persian dinners, served in microscopic crockery out and take walk." "No-
secure as a snail in a shell. 'As she chinning. I want the hus "Do :you see that!" he cried holding "Como a
money your lamb and seal. The new seal coats for and eaten delicately with the aid of the is and is not becomingto
in this' / sky gray, gray
never, particular business, band's going to pay off with- revolver under her 'noso. "Look: ,
teemed young ladies arc reefers, short, single or chopsticks.! It is on the floor, behind me.'lieqendi SlaeUer.
to have' any confidence in Mr.' "Oh, Tome money 1"'in quite a tone right into that gun! We'll have no
frail that conceal them
t; Laughton', in spite of tho fact that she of relief. "Ohl I haven't anything to more fooling. It'll be your last look if double-breasted. and jaunty in iippcarance. aud screens surrounded with barely confusion of, Attendant (in railroad waling-room(

admired him and adored him, neither do with Tern's money. If you can get you don't tell me where that money is -Ledger. little instruments a littlo "Say, mister, no going to sleep here.

tie presence, nor his absence ever made any money out of Tom it's more than J I before I count thn .." .1 queer boxes of little powder This ain't no, church.1.'-Life.
pots-that they proceedto
any variation in the performance. She can do. And 1 wouldn't advise :you to Shs put out Lee hand and, calmly A WONDERFUL BUOEUAKKU. their toilet before mock that This world Is very old- .1
,had through the motions however moved it asido. Mrs. Pollock: a woman shoemaker of mirrors But ?
gone try cither; for he always carries a pistol every age :;
make It is
1 the floor that
for so long time that\ they had come to ia the same pocket with it, and he's covered "I've looked into those things ever Pittston, Penn., is earning a competency one laugh. on Sees !mine uyspetic scold ;"...1
they work, sew, embroider play on their Pose as a )
:be in a manner; perfunctory, and the all over with knives 'and derringers: since I've lived on the prairie," said she. for herself and children. Lefta sage.
start the Veccived' this night of which and bull-dogs, BO that sometimes I don't "And I dare say it won't go off-mine widow with houseful of children to long-handled guitars, dream of imperceptible .- Peasant (to his son)-"Siy, Hans,
'I made her won't. Besides I provide for she at Brut went out washing things, or address to their incomprehensible how long will you have to study before
speak prayers quite impossi like to ,go near him till ho'a unloaded. know' very' well :you "
wouldn't shoot for a living, but came to tho conclusion gods long prayers of you can wear glosses! -Flitgends JBlaetttr -
ble.What. You have to, in this country of despera a woman, :you can't and
moruing cvcning.-Jlal'P JI
was she to,, dot Shays coward does., You see:"' make bricks without straw; and when that she would\ make: more money at the tine.
'' par eminence, known to bo the most "Yes, I see, you little hen-sparrer," I've told you I don't know anything cobbler's beuch. She had come knowl. Dead hens lay no eggs, became theyare

timorous of tho whole family; her his eyes coining back to her from a survey about that money." edge of the trade, having assisted her eaten; it can not be sung of them,

tremors at all sorts of imagined danger of the room, "that :you've got Tom's "You are a game one," said.he. husband when hard pushed, and trustingto FASHION XOTE3. "Each in its narrow cell forever laid." I

affording laughter to the flock of sisters money in the house! here, and would like ."No, I'm not," she replied. "I'm the practice to mnko perfect she hung out Velvet calf is exceedingly popular foi -Puck. I

,and brother. Should: she stay on her knees to throw me oft the scent I" most tremendoui coward. I've come out her sign and waited fcr customers. At ladies' hand bags and purses. While the ordinary musician dispenses

after having seen that dark shape, as if "If I had," said she, "you'd only getit here in this wild country to live, and I'm I first she was boycotted by the male cobblers Torchon lace is coming in again: as a music by the measure the bass drummer

going on with her prayers, while revolving across my dead body I Uadn't you alone a great deal, and I quake at every in too townbut she indulged freely trimming for sachets, toilet slips, etc. gets off his I by the pound.-PhttaldphiaTimti.

some plan of procedure That was better look for it, and have ma tell sound, every break of a timber, every in printer's ink, made a cut in prices and The most unique screen of the day is .

out of the ucstba. Scream She :you when :you're hot and ,when you're rustle of the grass. And you don't know secured a good run of customers. At one that has the cabinet ornamentation. It isn't strange that there is trouble

couldn't have screamed to save her life. cold!" anything about what it is to have your first she received no sympathy from the Have hats to match your cloth when things go at "sixes:: and sevens'.

Hunt She oould no more have let one ."Do you mean to tell me_" said he, heart stand still with horror of a wild women* who ridiculed her for trying too one for every-day wear, with a church gownsand Sixes and sevens make thirteens.Chicago
v foot before the other than if her body evidently wavering and ,possibly inclining : beast or a wild Indian or a deserted amine work. When the news of or calling bonnet. Post. ,

had melted from the waist down. She to, doubt if, after all, she. were not deserting soldier. There's a groat Apache the boycott became known tho wealthy
down women' of tho town took an interest in Cushions of every size and shape, covered "Did you tell your father that I loved:
was deadly! faint and cold and'shaking, telling the truth, a* no man in his senses there now stretched out in his
tad all in .a second, in the fraction of a would leave such a sum of money in the blanket on the floor, before the' fire ,in; the case and brought shoes to'the: woman with' China silk, form the decorative you with all my might "Yes; but he
second, befoie he ,bad risen* from her keeping of such a simpleton the kitchen. And I came up here as shoemaker- be ''mended. She now fad of the seasou. said that your might was too small."-'

stooping t>OIture. "I don't mean to tell :you anything!1" quick as I could, to lock the door behind does ,a good business, has sent all\ her At "progressive dinners" the guests Tin Jester

Oh! why wasn't it Virginia instead of she cried. "You won't believe a wordI is and sit 'up till Tom came home, 'and children to school and has recently hireda change partners at every course, which It is queer, but true, that women will

he,. Virginia ,had always had such&rolc say, and I never had anyone doubt my 1[ declare, I never was! so thankful in all man as IIssi tant. She says that she causes a good deal of fun. go to the New York Commissioner of

plan of making the man come out word before., I bate to' have you take my life as I was just now to sec a whiteface earns from $U to $::O week at, her About gowns-If you must be extravagant Emigration after an imported girl whan

,of his hiding placo'at the point of her that fifteen dollars, though. You never when"I looked at :you I I" trade.-Utte Qrlnant TimetDemocrat.SEW as to the number of these, let it be they want a domestic.

pistol; 'and Virginia could cock a pistol- would, in the world, if' :you, knew how 'Well, lit be-1 Apache! cried with regard to evening costumes. III dOlJ't see how people who make

and wasn't covered with cold shiver at much' self-denial it stands foi. Every the'viaitor.o'See here, little one, you've : FABHIC9. Walking costumes in Paris aro in all artificial teeth keep out of the poor-

the light of one, a* she was. If it had time I think I would like an Ice-cream, saved your ,husband' money for him. :Nearly all the new woolens are of wide! sorts of hairy cloths, fawn's grays and house." "Why "They have ao many

.f only been Francle,.whose shilll voice out hero in this wilderuess, where you You're a little double-handful of pluck. widths, averaging from forty-four to terra cotta being the favorite colors. mouths to fill."-Epoch.,

) lit< could have been heard over the side of might as well ask for an iceberg, I've I; haven't any idea but you know where forty-nine inches, and they cut to far Earrings with dropo are to You can always judge by appearance

i eath, Juliet, whose long limbs would made Tom give me the price of one. it's hid-but I've, got to be making tracks. better advantage. Many rough effectsare be seen again, but:;tho fancy beginning for The gas metre very modestly cover its

,have left burglar, and house, too, in the You won't find, anything but ribbons I If it wasn't forwaking that Apache I'd introduced into tho checks-flecks of species of this ornament is on the wane.any face with Its hands; but have a. care 'ti*.
background between the opening and there. And when I felt as if I shouldgo leave Red Dan' handwriting on the white and knots of black, apparently\ : fooling tbee.Bottom Trarueript.
lamming of a door. Either of them wild if I couldn't have a box of wall." a part of the weaving-especially in It is surmised that fur,of which some Half a of

was ao' much more fit than'she, the candy, I'vo made Tom give me the priceof And almost while he was speaking he homespuns, which present a hazy surface; shoulder capes are made comes from I Half pound a pound o glucose(sand, _
chicken bearted hat himself out of the window to the three tones into each ,animals dot yet mentioned in natural Make the
: ono of tho family, to 'that. There' only powder and swung two or blending I _anry housewife
cope'with this creature. And they were tweezers and frizzes in those boxes," as the veranda-roof and had dropped to the other. Many of the cheviots show the history. -An ui'. .h we grocer banu.Bastosf.

'all gone: ti_the wedding! with Fred, andwould he went over the top of tho dressing- -ground and made off. same effects, together with rough and Street dresses are from oue to two Traveler,
a not be borne till to-morrow;, and case, still keeping -a lookout on her. Mrs. Laughton waited till she thought shaggy check Some of the surfaces are inches on the ground, which shows how Belinda-"If* queer, isn't it, but

Tom had just returned from ,the town "And when we were all out ot ap"llinaria he must be out of hearing, leaning out a* soft to the touch, like vicuna, nut! the fashions repeat themselves in skirts as round everywhere"I go the young men gather
and handed her his roll of bills, aad told and Tom couldn't-that's my laces, andI if she were gazing 'at tho moon. '''Then varieties in the checks are endless. in everything else. there ia me. Maud-"Perhap* they think

'her to take core of it till he came back wish you wouldn't finger them; I don'tbelieve he softly shut aud fastened the sash, and A new fabric is "poile." ,It is checked Colored glass bends are sewed as em- Pott. a safety in numbers."_Botton

from galloping ,down to the work with your hand are clean-and Tom crept with shaking limb to the door and and striped, and the patterns differ great. broidery on the front of evening dresses '
Jules; ,and she had tucked it into her couldn't get anything to drink,I've made unlocked it, and fell in dead faint across ly; come very tine,' with large' black I and at the sides. Gaslight is supposed When a big man in a little ,town

r twit and had asked him, a little quake him put in the price of a drink, and lots the threshold. ,And, there when here. checks, while others hare ostrachan to enhance tho effect. moves to a larger town he is putting

iagl7, what if any of the men of the of ten-cent pieces came that way, and-. turned some three-quarter of an hour stripes and multi-color peeping from YOU will find a short, white India silk himself in a position to learn his first
Dead Line that they had heard of or Red But I don't imagine you care to hear later, Tom found her. amid hair lines of black 'on a fawn and or niouHelioe de sole gown useful for big lesson in humiliation.. -AtcJiito*

Can or an' Apache came along; and he about all that. What makes jou look "Oh, Tom!I" she sobbed, when aha became brown ground. .Many of these darker affairs to which you do not weir GUe.

,had laughed, and said she had better at me so!" JPor the man had left his conscious that she was lying in his stuffs are relieved by pin lines of bright a train. These dresses are dainty when A peculiarity of the rooster i* this: e

'Ak them in:and reproach them tor make search again, and his glance was piercing arms, his heart beating like a trip-ham. colors which relieve the sombrcness without trimmed with, knot of flowers. That though it was simple chicken ongoing

log such strangers themselves as not to her through, and through.' "Oh, your mer, his 'voice hoarse with ,,fright as he asserting themselves. The dressmaker' skill or art I is shown to roost in the evening, in the
tare called ia the two year she had eyes are like auger turning to live I implored her to open her eyes; "i* therean The old full pink is coming for evening to-day in the she fits morning it always turns to crow.-

been in this.part of the country; and she coal!1" she cried.CI Ii that the way you Apache in the kitchen. !" -Yii. York and the red tints of some of the gown,' and when way one U able to a princes hide all Philadelphia Tiirui.He .

F bad the two maids with her, and he look, at your wifel Do you look at ;your Ledger, brightest and prettiest rhod
should be back directly. And she had little children the name way(" blooms, combined with white and black. frock she feels that the acme of ing on you this afternoon, or do you
t looked out after him a moment over the "That lay won't work,'"' said he, with The History of Shula:. -Ilo&l wve is attained. prefer other company: ?" She-"As far '

vide prairie the hills, all batted in another grin. "I ain't got no feelings to The practice of having teems to have -- odd and novel as that goes, no company i* a* desirable
street dress
moonlight and felt as if she were a work On. I ain't got no wife or kid." onginated from its being found that the 'fU.LXST'liD WEALTHIEST FBIXCKSS. is made as yours."-Tusat Sifting
.-.' pint alone in dead world. And here "I'm that's fortunate," laid Mr*. beard afforded of striped camel's hair, with a broad
a I sure too good a hold to an Among the visitors of Mme Carrot at lace flounce on tho bottom. It is finished "I had a splendid time In my vacation -
she was now, the two maids away in the Laughton. 1 family wouldn't have enemy in battle, and this ia the cause assigned the Elysee Palace were the Crown Prince with velvet to match at the this last summer. Meals just whea

little wing, locked out by the main any peace of their lives with you follow. for the orign of shaving among and Crown Princess of Denmark, ,the of the"sleeves, and set in at the I wanted them, cold and warm baths:, cap-
house, alone with a burglar, and not another ing such a. dangerous business. And the Greek in the time of Alexander. latter famous for being the tallest and I I The trimming i* pasacmenteria of cat's ital wines, and no fees for waiter or '
being nearer than the works, a they couldn't see much of you either. I The ancient German nations shaved the wealthiest Princess in Europe. Her porters. \nd where is this ideal place,

balf-mdle oSt must say I think you'd be a. great deal beard, but left the moustache; and it is stature is absolutely gigantic: being over eyes.Dress collars are not so high doctor!" "! itaiejr at home."-Flitgenb -

How did this man know that Ibo was happier if you reformed-I mean-well, said that no young man was permitted to six feet two, and, so far as her fortune is have been and are rounded as they ie BluttUr.
without any,, help here How did he if you left this business and took: up a have or cut his hair till he had killed a concerned, she inherited $15,000,000from front and, have of away

know that Tom was coming back with quarter-section and had a wife and_" I foe in battle. The Mohammedan nations her maternal grandfather, Prince seline, like may a wido-v's a ruche put above mous-it A Remarkable Piece of Blaestone-
the money to pat the men that night "Look here!I" cried: the-man, his patience allow the beard to 'grow, but shave the Frederick of the Netherlands: beside the ,
or else a lace ruffle of its own width Probably the
How did ba happen to be aware that gone "Are you a fool, or are lead, leaving only a small tuft on the entire wealth of her father, the late gathered inside the and low of bluestone most remarkable piec .
Tom' money was all in the house Evidently you bluffing met I've half a mind to crown, to allow of tho Prophet raising King Charles of.Sweden. She is extremely it.Decidedly. top falling: try and ever quarried in this coun j I

he"AI one of the men. No ono knock jour htad in," he cried, "and them to another world. They hold thobeard fond of Paris, a fact which is perhaps upon now Wilbur.brought. safely to tidewater is
else could have known anything about it. hunt the house over for myself t I would, in great esteem, and solemnly attributable to the existence of French the most stylish among by twenty-four It i* twenty feet long

If that money was taken, nobody would if them was time. wear by it. The best man can wish his blood in her veins, her father' father I II feather trimmings for evening dresses Inches thick and feet nine inches, ten
believe the "You wouldn't find anything if friend U in God General and opera cloaks aro ostrich combined weighs over twenty
itory; Tom would be cashiered you comprehended "May I t I having been the famous French ton*. It was! taken
he could live did she returned, leaning back: in her blessed beard." Or heir to with marabout. The white ecru trimmings out of a quarry near
never through the disgrace; preserve your as an Eernadotte, who was adopted ai Kingston, and its
by side
he would die of a broken heart, and she chair. ."I've looked often enough estimate of value, they say, "It !is worth I I the Swcdibb throne by the childless King are exquisitely perfect, so soft and Ub in front of the Vanderbilt the celebrate

ft another They had come out to this when I thought Tom had some money more than. man' beard," We are told Charles XIII in 1803. ller grandmother, fluffy, but with stronger characteristic In New York, which i* fifteen mansion

remote and'loue.omecouutrJ to build up I never found any. What are you goingto of an Arab who chose to hazard his life I who died in I860 as Queen of Sweden than marabout. feet and eight inches thick by twenty

a home and fortune; and so many people do now"" with a cry of alarm at his by refusing to allow a surgeon to remove and Norway, was Mile. Desire Clary Feather stitching, light embroidery much of its glory. This is shorn of

.would stricken with them I What movement. a few hairs to enable him to get at a : the daughter of a Marseilles stockbroker, wrought: on the silk, or insertion of u *o large that! it have monster stone
a mischance for her to be left with the "I'm going to tie you hand and foot wound on the jaw. It is recorded that who jilted Napoleon Bonaparte, afterward filmy lace, either black: or white, do not two for a buyer which may will to be cut in ,

whole thing in her hands, her little, first-" when John de Castro was under the first Emperor of the French, in add to bulk or weight, and the entire its actual value about detract fl'Oal-
"Oh I would n't I I'd rather of for the and absence of weight i* one of the twenty per cent.
weak traoQVPS: MndtWrom'a honor, you necessity borrowing mosey order to marry his comrade greatest Ia its present shape it
his good name and hi* success, their for.tane'the wouldn't-really t If>romie ;you I ....OG., maintenance of the Portuguese fleet he mate, Bernadotte. Bernadotte class-I recommendation of the petticoat of today money to its owner., as u it practically i : dead
welfare. of the whole family leave this chair_" sent one of his whisker to the people from a model husband. During his which some persons are declaring i fa j wider either way than tid larger and

{k*...livelihood of ,all the men, the safety "I don't mean you cbalL" tios u security for the loan.-.{.,..*. time he subjected; her to neglect and seeing it* last day*. A.merioa.-c.u. 1 ew.any. alkia I



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REV. of the highest mountains of sin. 'In the plaxltte*In which yon Bred guidance 'a atf AH Oardea Buds.
DR. TALMAGE eighteenth England and America with a profound thonghtfnines stand by Srt Cue Cgl
religion WM at a low water mark. William the grave of the old year and the cradle of. ,I
will ba Tin name of Wayne is the title At BOOH tat Wednesday Comptroller
Cowper, writing of the clergr. ot these days the young year wondering where yon :
BROOKLYN and what you will be when "roUinif y* ni of the title of more places i the vJ Meyers, acting under instructions from -

THE DAY SERMON.DIVINES SUN-::1 aidBn pt a few with Ell's uptrtt blest shall cease to move." l'ower from on high States than say other., : th linking fund commission represeat-

Bophnt let Fblnaas m.,describe lbs rest. descend upon them! has an Artc Ua well] the city of New York received from
I offer i
York and BrooWyn DUM' !
The infllel writings of Shaftesbury and Men of New TR'- the state board of the of I '
Its flow cmigiatlon keys
From the day deep.
yon God and heaven yon on f I
Hobbss and Chubb haa done their work.
M.bjrrll. ". JtHI*lon. .1fo"rment ID But power from on high came upon both came to these cities what a struggle you have abut one million gallons a day. I Castle. Garen. and that historic pile of 1

1801." the wetleys and Lady Huntington on the had I I can tell from your careworn countenance in electrically welding bricks nuonry, with its many annexes _
other side the Atlantic, and upon William *, and the tears in your eyes and the EXr&lUEC became city property. The old ,:
that tho metal
deep sigh you have just breathed that youwant proj.'elc hows I /1
Tennant and Gilbert Tennant and David garden not into
TMTS "Ta7TJll1e in thc( / 01 J/Mlsal Brainerd on this ride the Atlantic, and both re-enforcement, and here it Is, greater I Itrnlthroc at the point of welding. wI whol'I"(10 obcu

..til **rH endued wjt4 power from on r emi pheres felt the tread of A pardoning than Blucher when he re-enforced 'Welling public bAth to the city riy. turnet s'Sr
."- xxlv., 40. God. Coming to later date, there may be ton; greater than the Bank of England when presented park commission. It was built fora
: here and there in this auiienca aa aged man last month It re-enforced the Baring*-namely of Son Fmnciaco by tho Into James fortress in 1807. was intended to -.- t are.
For 1 a have few months, in the providence of or womin who can remember New York in the God who throuzu Jesus Christ is Lick, arc completed. They cost .2 O,QUO. guard tho outlets I both North and
God pulpits, one in Brooklynand 1831, when this from on high descended ready to pardon all your sin comfort all your PLATINUM be drawn into win rivers but
the other in New York, and through tae power scrrows scatter nil (doubts and Swing can now Ea>t it was never equipped
kindness 0: the printing press an ever and most woudron'l1!.ant It theatres came upon and all the shining gates of heaven wide open fine that 27 twisted together .a a place of defence.

widening opportun.ty. To all such hearers pastors commercial congregations establishments. Chatham before your redecmmt spirit. Come into the rai b ertM the hollow ot a hair Abut (ho year 1850 it wa fUot1 -
and reader I come with mi especial message kingdom Godl I U'itnout a b second of ana converted I
The tim has arrived for a forward Street Theatre New YOM was the scene of A LUMINOUS made of tin, and wih .
moemeat a.most tremendous religious awakening.A delay coin Inl I ct In '52 when P. T. Bnrnurn .5TOUR -- r
such as the church an J the world have called lItany of my hearers to-day are what the painted with phosphorus, has been pat. .
sever seen. That there)?a need for such committee of Christian gentlemen ented. It Is intended to brought Jenny Llml to this ho
a upon the lessee l ot the theatre, and said they world calls and what I would 'splendid frighten away cO\otr1. t .
religious movement Is evl-lpnt from the and Castle Harden in Tthieh to intro
fact would like to buy the KISO of the theatre fellows, and they seem happy enough, rats anti mice. seclno
that never sinca our world was swung out lie "JVhat it forP1 are and obliging, nut If I were introll dlre her to tho American because ""
want They -
the ha you JOUr Is estimated In Paris 1 iu 18 of rlblt. d .
planets there been
among such anorgnzed replied, "For a church. "For wh..." would go to them with as much I that of iu proximity to the of
and determlne.1 effort to overthrow sal 1 the "For the confidence as I would to my father, if he population of ,000 live on charity, 18tter
church was
owner. a < the .
righteousness and make the Ten reply. The owner said, "You may bave it, were yet alive. But when they go to their with ix tendency toward crimeIu; London metropolis.In MONET, OR t
the of New YOU Lt
Commandments obsolete and the whole of the 47 legislature
Biblo aud I will give yon a thousand dollars to help rooms at night, or when the excitements this class U 1 in 00. year
a derision. Meanwhile alcoholism i* taking with woric." Arthur social and business life are off, they are not York cSlblsho1111Y 5th, the state This question Is a "pert" bntw.
on Tappan,
down its victims the hundrcdi you In hand a crystal of quart. on
hv of '
thon. man mightily persecuted In his time, but a content and they want something better TAR your board win in 54 that mean It. Will you sacrifice
sands. and the political parties get down on than this world rin oiTor. I understand n stick of dcnl, a daisy, HO acorn, ana at '
I: him iu his list houest Castle Garden secured
days as
man, as saw was M a central dollars and your life? or will
their knees practically sayint 0 thou almighty well without fear ot *
them would 8ve
so nor will clement
and and I knew you not find in them n single
goo.1 as man ever
pure any and
rum jug! wo bow down before band landing place for During allow to become tainted,
theel I being thought rough put my right on of rmigrlnt your
stepped on the stage of old Chatham Theatre matter thnt is not also found in
Give us tho ntIk R-city, State and national. a* the actors were closing their morning their one shoulder and my left hand on their your tho time tho Garden was IRII us land.. your system run-down, until, finally,
OS give us tho oflteos and we will worship rehearsal and said "Thera will be preaching other shoulder and push thorn into fee physical flme.On'WIA. iiifj bureau the names of Q20GG7 im- are laid away in the J

thee for ever and ever; Amen." hero to-nhtht on this stage;" and then cave kingdom of Ho<. But I cannot. Power statistics show tha the yearly migrants were recorded upon its books.Of fa tune, and "hold gr"e. hands for 1

Tho Christian Sabbath meanwhile, appointed out ant san? with such ixsople a*were there from on high, lay hold of them I ,, from fowl in II 837,100-: these people 8,000,000 were Irish, Dr. Fierce1 Golden ) Discovery;
for physical, mental and spiritual! At tho lirst communion after the delll_ Meic
rest, is being secularized and abolished. A; tho old hymn: i tion of our former church three hundred and 000 francs of which 153,000,000 franca 3,010.000 Germans nod tho remainderdivided a guaranteed rmely scrofulous

if the bad publishing house of our own country The voice of fret grace cries, escape to the mountain twenty-eight souls stood up in the aisles and represent tho value of tho flesh, and among ail other natontlul and other bll-tuf from whatever

bad exhausted their literary filth, the I publicly espoused the cause of CKrlst. At 18.1,000,000 francs that of tho cggi. cause curs al.Skin and
French and Russian sewers have been invitedto For alt that believe Christ hu opened a fountain I another time four hundred souls; at another themselves Tke limn or Life. Scalp Diseases, Ulcers, ,
pour their scurrllitr and moral slash Into The barroom ot the theatre was turnai Into time five hundred; and onr four thousandfive men arrogate 1 'Fhe true hero will endeavor to make the and It Swe1n.
the trotizh where our Amerloin swine are a prayer room and eight hundred persons hundred membership were but a small sublimated type of political virtuo and tnoM of life, nml lothl end the fln>t connlileratlon klnlre AUment
now wallowing. Meanwhile there are enough were present at tho first m etlnlt. For part of those who within those sacred walls honor; aDd ho d up superior standards I In a robust roast Itutlon. fully tnlo a a aUerUve o r
tho hattIe plain, who, '' In its ,
houses of infamy in all our cities and took themselves the vows of the general on | CDc
open seventy successive nights religious services upon for the measurement of others; t o ques- inn an attack from thernriuy, will cntrenrhhlmiiolf bloo-lransing.
unmolested of the law. to invoke tho omnipotent I were held in that theatre and such scenes of Christian. What turnei them What tion rises unbidden-havo these men In no hit, whr-n dl!naiIn <" system and restores)
wrath which buried bottom under a deluge mercy and salvation as will be subjects of saved them? Power from the lovol !.. Dover violated of tho ordinary stHiidnrds In lit atmOph.r fortlc"lons.hovering In ambush vitality, thereby dispelling all l.1anguld .
of brimstone. The pan demoniac world, conversation end congratulation among the Power from ou bijn. oily mnlil clm"tlo ch"I' will fortify his system "tired feelings"
I think has massed Its troops, an 1 they are ransomed in glory as long as heaven lasts. But greater things are to be seen if e"er' of public or privuto obligation Illnal .norrh0.nt tbe grim monnor } eene
*t this moment plying their batteries upon But I come to a later time-1S57-remembered these cities and ever this world 1* to be taken ltto J'lant. 1'. k to m"ke lny a grand life his debitt. in curing Tetter
family circloa church circlet social circles, who h I rememberit for God. There is one cla s of men and ill for timely prrcautlon In the I' ,
by are re.
many butter ,
is dotted all with fever and
hour of
political circles ani national circles. Anollvon especially, as I had just entered the office women in all those assemblages in whom I DE'UUllt over abroad nfed.Vlen rlillly day touch,aM Salt-rheum, EClema Erlp Dolt
is in the saddle and riding at the head of his of the ministry. It was a year of hard times. have especial interest and that is those who factories, all turning out butter of tho marrow tone, when rfTnvIa ami n1"I.rln. Carbuncles, :
myrmidons would capture this world for A great panic had Hung hundreds of thousands bad good fathers and mothers once but they finest anti most uniform quality. Highly walk hand In hand, then U I I. that the, system Neck, and Enlarged Glands. Wor1d
darkness *nd woe. of people penniless. (Starvation entered are dead. What multitudes of us are orphans educated experts act as touchers and consulting 1 I Rhould hefortlflpd by n use of that iupcriptromgtheulug Dispensary Medical t
That is one side of the conflict now rasing. habitations that bad never before We may bo 40, fit, 80 yptrsold, bat the I i tonlo alterative of Dr. John No 603 Main AuolAton. N.Y.VASELINE .
dairymen being employed by ers ,
On the other aide wa have tho most magniii- known wan;. Domestic lift in many cases we never get used to having father and Dull' ar"II"rllll. which krrps the II'Ot Dnfalo
'cent Oh how often wo have hud various factories correct any fl\ult and pure and roiinlatcil *o tbt die
gospel machinery that the world oversaw became a tn' ( '. Suicide garroting, mother gone. t (usc cannot entor tha of life.
or heaven ever invented. In the first I burglary assicwination were rampant. What troubles that we would like to have told them amlil keep up the quality of tho butter pro cl.ll"t '

place there are in tills country more than an awtul day that was when the banks went and we always felt as long as father duced. 'rliire are now ',OOO In the -
eighty thousand ministers of religion nnd I'' down I Thero ban been nothing like it in mother were alive we had some one to whomwe States, wb"r in nl11onall only
is field
about Ulllte
take them as a class, more coatwcratxl, thirty yearn and I pray Gui there may not could go I Now I would like to ask if you JUA t enter a a 18

holier, more consistent, more self denying, bo anything like it in the next thirty cen think that all their prayers in your behalf producer of indigo. Tho loi and climate LADIES a tomn or ohllilran who ran A ONLDOLLAR
more faithful men never lived. I know them : turies. TalK about your Black Fridays! It have been answered. "No," you say "hut of tho island Hated bo favorable want needing take Itrown'a Iron I we WI |dellvir,(re*or all ..
by the thousand I hare met thorn iu every was Blact Saturday Black Sunday, Black it is too late; the old folks are gone now." to the cultivation the shrub, amt $ bulllnlp.houl ace, cur III.rl" the Unit 4 HUM, all ot IA.e.U-
city. I am told, not by them, but by people Monday, Dlnole'1'umay. Black Wednesday, I must courteously contradict yon. It Is the a Is Indlge uttonJIillouRneaa, \\ and Lnrlp1t r1 B* kii .
outside of our profess on, people engaged in Black Thursday as well as Block Friday. not too late. I hive a friend. in the ministrywho Japanese government inaugurating makes the tUood rich and pu t'"""bottle of fart ..1.. 1-
One of
bottle s
Christian and reformatory work, that the This nation in its extremity fell helpless was attending the last hours of an and experimental measures for its cultivation. One Jar o." T"UD.I.. ."
clergy of America are at the head of ill good before tho Lord and cried for pardon and Christian and my friend said to the aid A supply of Bengal indigo seed has boon The railroad' runlfnl of the world i Is nil- ODe In k o TI"T..U"Old Opb'C'. S M*

enterprises, and whoever else fail they may peace and upon ministers and laymen tho Christian. "Is there no trouble on your sent to tho island, and it is to bo tried In mated. at s'.OfI.O'.I0. OB'sUot.tlake of ,..DOt "'
be depended on. The truth of thin is demon power from ou high d8o 8ndClI. Engine mind The old man turned his face to the certain parts of tho country. VtID.1 .W"otb..oW.I"Y
strated by the fact that when a minister of) houSt'! warerooms, hotel parlors museums wall for a fow moments, and then laid -
religion does fall,it is I so exceptional! the factories from 13 to 1 o'clocirtvhlle the operatives 'Only one thing. 1 hope lor the salvation of Ir this Union was worth a million valuable flPOFf I.M
newspapers report it as something startling were resting, wore opened for prayer my ten children, but not one of them is yet lives oncl six thousand millions ofdollars uaaPoetIQs,. .soV*SI. .* .i\e vrl.S
while a hundred men in other calling may and sermons and inquiry rooms, and saved Yet 1 am sure they will be. God In 1801; how much more is $ Vaa.ffiw..I-
go down without the matter being considered Burton's old theatre on Chambers street, means to wait until I am gone." 80 he died. worth tho lesser sacrnQce of time to i ..,Jea' I. ,.) -
as especially worth mentioning. where our ancestors used to assemble to When my friend told l of the circumstances (atiWy *n.. 'trMfh "tt.e4**>
In addition to their equipment in moral laugh at the comedl\ and all up and down eight of the ten had found time Lord and I to save it again to tho great common people Vbes.b..ub ,,r.. c.., 41 V.PURCLY .

character the clergy of this country have all the streets, and out OL the docks and on tho I have no doubt the other two before this hare this fall as against tho conscienceless

that the schools can give. All at'cb ologl. lacks of ships lying at the wharf people sang, found Him. Oh that the long postponed vampire corporations who are Its

cal, rhetorical, scientific scholastic, literary "All hail the power of Jesus's name," whilo answers to prayer for you, my brother, for life blood J-Kantat Ctlmontr.elcklnl
attainment. So much for the Christian others cried for mercy. A great mass mooting you, my sister, might thin hour descend in
ministry of all denomination In the next of Christians on a weak day. iu Jayne's power from on high. IK Gud in the beginning had given

place on our side of the conflict we have the Hall!, Philadelphia, telegi aphid to Fulton Oh, unanswered prayers of father. and Adorn a salary of f 20UOO a yenr, and had
grandest churches of all time and higher Street Prayer Meeting in New York, saying, mother, where are you? In what room of continued bin life and salary until the
style of membership and more of them, and "What hath God wrought?" and a telegramwent the old homestead have they hidden Oh and Adam had hoarded
a host without number of rplcndld men and back Bajlnj, "Two hundroj souls unanswered prayers, rise in a mist of many present tme.
tears into cloud, and then break In a shower every his salary ho would yet be
women who are doing their best to have this saved at our meeting to-day. A ship came
world purified elevated, gospolizad. But through the Narrows into our harbor, tha which shall soften the heart of that man $. OOOI.OO poorer than William II. _ : '
'we' all feel that something is wanting. captain reporting that himself and all the who is so hard he cannot cry, or that womtn Yanderbit $ h (150-

Enough hearty songs have been sung and crew had been converted to God between who is ashamed to pray I Ob, armchair of ; wealth, $200,000000.E.rola7igd. ,.
enough earnest sermons preach within the Now Orleans and New York. the aged, now empty and In the garret among erbi. VtOETABlI "SC.IH. ,
last six months to save all the cities of America In the busiest marts of our busiest Amor- the rubbish, 'paafc out I Oh, staff of the pll- THOROUGHLY RELIABLE. }'JST Vt1.:? "JSABSOLUTELY
and saving the cities! you save the world, lean cities where the worshipers of Mammon grim who has ended his weary Journey tell.1 O ] 1NJO' S ., -" "
for they overflow aU the land either with bad been counting their golden bead, of the parental anxieties that bent over theel The Boy of the Period Both the method and results rhen > ,
their religion or their infamy.But men began to calculate "What shall it pro. Oh, family Bible with story of births and I FOR BALI BY ALL DRUOX1ISTB.OR. .
look at some of the startling facts. fit a man if ha gain the whole world and IOM deaths, rustle some of thy time worn leaves, I A boy of the who understood Syrup of Figa is taken; it 1 pleasantand

It is nearly nineteen hundred years since his soul?" The waiters in restaurant after and let us know of the wrinkled hands that hts own value priod. what was n. refreshing to the and acts .J.H.8CHENCK I SON PHILDELHI PA
Jesus Christ came by the way of'Bethlehem the closing of th.-ir day's work knelt among onco turned thy pages, and explain that spot ] the -
of whun asked what hid genUyyet promptly
"Ob. pccted him was on Kidney
to savo this world yet the the tables where they had served. Folior- where a tear fell upon the passage: K I COTTOWBuy
most of the world has been no more men asked consent of the Commissioner of Absalom, my lIOn my lOll, would God I had (duty to his father and mother, answered Liver and Dowels cleanses the BJS- 1

touched by this most stupendous fact ot Police to be permitted to atten religious died for thee." smartly,- tem eflectually, diepels colds, headaches or sell your Cotton on JONES15Ton
all eternity than if on the first Christmas meetings. At Albany members of the New Good and gracious God I what will become .I'o take them out for a walk on Sundays and fevers and habitual
night the beasts of the stall amid the bleat- York legislature assembled in the room of of us i after having had such a devout and and not let them know how much cures Cotton Scale.
ings of their own young bad not hoard the the Court of Appeals at half past eight prying parentage, we never pray for our. constipation. Syrup of Figs is the NOT CHEAPEST BUT BEST.
bleating of the Lamb that wag to be slain. o'clock in tho morning for prayer and praise.' VVo will pl.AY.We will bigla now. more I know than they do-chamber. only remedy of iu kind ever produced $ For termS a4dreu

Out of the eighteen hundred million of the Printed invitations were sent out to the firemen Oh, for the power from on high, power tc Journal, _ BHfOHAJITO
human race fourteen hundred million are of New York saying, "Come as suits move this asoainbliige power to save Brook.Jyn pleasing t the t.t and a 1 u OJ N. Y. ,
without God and without hope in the world your convenience best, whether in fire or and Now York,power of evangelism that ascii Reward. $100. ceptable to the prompt DINOINTOS.

the camel driver of Arabia, Mahomet, with citizens' dresa, but come! cornsf' Quarrymen sball swoop across"hi continent like an ocean 1 be raadcraot till 11 b pleased to and truly beneficial in ita B"".'*.t.b. Strontee*
bis nine wives having half as many disciples knelt among the roc:. Fishermen surge, power to the round earth witha uarn that tbtre U atlvaal dlinon VIOLINuUn I tVIn f'A
as our blessed Christ and more people are knelt in their boats. Weavers knelt among red girdle dipped in the blood of the cross! .bat science .U been able to euro In all IUtaxe effects, prepared only from the mOt "rMrVr-oR l4UnulV thaw=
Halt' Catarrhlure > Sleet Itailes almU
worshiping chunk of painted wood and the looms. Sailors knelt among the ham- I til. forward movement I to begin at a I Ie the only ponlllve C.larrh.cure nowkuowuto healthy and agreeable substances, fa. eauh.< UuU I"e.t.\lol.. and *W kUxW ot H.
carved stone than are worshiping the living mocks. Schoolmasters knelt among their be some place it to begin, the medical r. Catarrh being a eon.etitutlonat Its excellent qualities commend Vlulloi, Viola*. 73e.Io *3a!
and eternal God. Meanwhile, the most of clnsser. A gentleman traveling said there why not this place? Aud there must be some dimmiw, requires* OO.liutunl many MDkaToK liiinlr*, Vernha1
us who are engaged in Christian work-I was a line of prayer meetings from Omaha tines for it to basin, and why not this t.lmel ..Imoot Hall' i atrrh (/ it to all and have made it :1:1.1 nrlrae. fur In Amcrto all :lund for.
peak for myself as well as otners-ore tolling to Washington City, and be might bave And 101 sound for your car a rhythmic io tero.Uy..."11'.directly upon. the blood and the most popular remedy known. o
the .
mucous "* ieu, thereby I
up to our full capacity of body,mind and added a tins of prayer meetings from the vitatlon which, until a few days. ago. leer .1ro) the foundation *>| tbe dUra, ao de Syrup of Figs is for sale in 60o .
soul harnessed up to the last buckle not Atlantlo to the Pacific coast, and from the came under my eye, bnt it 1*so Ioc ixttlunt utrunulh by building up tha .
able to draw a pound more than we aredrawing St. Lawrence to the Gulf of Mexico bing with pathos so triumphant with Joy 'Ih'iD"1Il. and assIatIng Ihooatur.ln Join. aDd 1 bottles by all leading druggists. PENSIONS Great
or lift an ounc more thaa we are In those days what songs what sermons, that whoever chimed it, instead of being '.ork '1 tie prupi leiore I. tilt Any reliable druggist who' Is Pissed.
lifting. what turnings to God, what recital 1 of thrilling anonymous, ought to be immort; I. ". |.."r* I1I they offer One not have it will _-_ _- _0,. J
What Is the matter My text lets out the experiences, what prodigals broughthomt Thy sins I bore on Calvary's! tree; . !'.' We all need more of the power fromon what burning tiding. of souls saved l'iis tripes, tar due were laid oa me. td l.t Cn CUT". Add.. cure it promptly for any one who : I

high.* Not muscular power; not logical what serfdom of sin einanclpited, what That O paee.a1 sinner pardon, cornel might be fte p OI4 by.lrUil.t.: lisa U.1'Ld" wisnes to try It Do not accept ,

power not scientific power not social power wild rout of the forces of darkness what substitute.CALIFORNM. i
not financial power, not brain power but victories for the truth I What millions on Bnrdnail gnllt. wonldit thou b* bltilJ: The submarine telegraph intern of the any OFI.V.M1AII.aala.U. *
power from on high. With it we could accomplish earth and in heaven are now thanking God Tr.' not wit ; It (Irm no rol world consIsts of 130,070 nautical mla of ca FIG 'SYRUP CO.
more in one week than without it for 1857, which, though the year of worst I brine relief to hurts o'pre l ble. ____!_ ,
in a hundred years. And I am going to get financial calamity was the year of Amer. O weary sinner, come! Tb elmat.lora did not agree with m. and SAN FWCI8CO. CAt .VI Wtl l

it, if in answer to prayer. earnest and long ica's most glorious blessing. How do you Tome !* thy burden at the crotu I wss .lt 'lh Ilar. mont all the time. Utrumu. WW eu r. iitoLurn( Modem Uh ut'
cold andm
Tbe severe :
continued, God will grant it to me Ills unworthy account for 1S.17, its spiritual triumphs m
servant. Men and who know misfortune Count a thy gain* but empty drO")11'a. y health wa m.r.t. grew wra ker u ntll WtU&-_ Lla,* HarJjal*, .
women on the heels of worldly ( repay a'' tsrtbly I lois- I began a uU'* Harwparilla.when TELEGRAPHY AND SHORTHAND !!II '
bow to pray, when you pray for ,ourselt, It was what my text call the power fr jiuou cornel I irulnwl and *tr netb. I reooin- LKAUINUbCIIOOL MOUTH. CalaUfr ,. : : bsesUhap :

pray for me that I may enauai with power high. med It aa the very teat .Irenglbrnlngmedl. ... COUCH V LUOEMIEKL,$...U, ItiT'aviIjj:1r&d.ICMI&al"C
from on high. I would rather have it than That was thirty-threi years ago, and raD.hIther brDI thy baling le. tiHm" trolt'm, Watxuh. Jnd Ua -
all the diamond flalds of Golconda and all the though there have been in various parts of Thy Ie.& baratluj let" finns, uilrrrPORrrIV&LYlIaMEDlKDDMUU ....

pearls of the sea, and all the gold of the the land many stirrings of the Holy Ghost, Ti.O mercy Irtm'jUng s loner salutes,carnal I Ibm sirs. Ter are over 7,00 pore I a the human I flEE creel?Fant StretcherAdapted t det OMA.5.'t--II'.'.1UI1'1,...1. '

mountains. Many of the mightiest intellects there ban been no general awakening. I _________?___ bf M Hnrif. Ai.h.r4s.duthe. --- -- '
never had a touch of it, and many of the less Does it not seem to you that we ought to Mamma, your Itttln girl pal. Outt.. ii.n.dl/ b > .. .tw. aumdfefleesdoes.
.than ordinary intellect have been surcharged have and may have the scene of power in How Crocodiles Trap Birds. andthiusacbday. It need*IMmor". .5.,.'II .m4 t,4, ,: .r/'l* I III"(1 as I eel,
with it. And, every man and woman earth law eclipsed by the sceae of power in 1801 1tro)'." Out her aorne before it 1 too ... I J.0. CkfcKtY.: tie W O.hs s.ouaeleres.ew.1 fl.1t dIM_ ".eees.
has a right to aspira to it. a right to pray fur The circumstances are somewhat similar. I have watched upon many occasion WAT U.U.UlUJl.UAV',
it, and,proper.y persistent will obtain it. While we havenot had national panic and the stealthy advance of a crocodilo to There are Soei language and over 1.f 1'.. SHORTHAND.' IFTOU II I I- swsea,, 1DM: .J. _.

Power from on the level is a good thing. universal prostration a in 18 7, there ha small when in flight of Ulo _ TOLEARNits.t.J. I jj ardesbue w. bars sold Jig 0 1M1D0ar

such power I DC 'y give you or you may been a stringency in the money market that capture bNs. hare settled ..,tteraon. are brekea down from 01r "S.rod 0.,11.1.4on'tboItbied$ no1hIng.. -.I I ,!"" ,'"'0 et&0.4.r t&sailoI bets I
bl out.
uponvieMing you
give me, by encouraging words and actions. has put many of tbe families of the earth to many wOk naatwhold care*. Jrw' Irn t.utunohk.u..qs.. ., Whl"b""I"e.' .. I 'r O.smuaaailsi.uuliesIoI 4 -
. Power from on the level when w.stand by their wits' end. Large commercial interest branches ot dwarf willows, ln rebuilds tli* *,a a. dll"Uo r. P. u. 11.jC DTCWCO"L
j each other in any Christian undertaking. have left multitude of employee Sir Samuel Baker in "Wild Beasts "excess of bile, .mri NTUI)V. Ilook-bsepumi. BulaM r.I /
collapsing .
tonlu fur and HOME ,
writ splendid women I .. CI..0. Rld be Ll"ev'4I
Chl laP .rU.4. e..s. .s
... ..
Power from on the level when other pulpits without means of support. The racked l>
are in accord with our Power from on the brain of business men nave: or entirely and Their Way.. The elastic bough One-third of'' face of the earth 1 .I'. Celiee*. 437 asia ii.. "I'.I Ik. ... ..... ,._ ....... ;. .-. ..:.Two J1i1
bent down beneath the weight of "ln.1 -
.. level when the religious and secular press given way. New illustration all over covered with 'urr.t
forward our Christian undertakings. Butpower the laud of the fact that rtche have not only numerable flock, and the crocodile'bead .y I

from on the level in not sufficient. Feet, on which thej walk slowly a*they come appeared above the surface at a distance, De Tee Ever Mpeot ...' ..
Power from is what need to takepossessioaof which speed when they Any person ua name ao) adr
on high we but wing ou they the .dlDI
and I" Itoafnrtuna.
sank below, quickly rapeared ( .wiUr u thai alIt .
us. i'oerstralbt from God.I jo. Eternal(God I f houknowetit how cramped 10t\.1" BovurltBuilding.
I Supernatural po\\"er.omnipotent power allconqueringpower. and severe and solemn a time11 is with mauy. eyes and crown alone above the water) Kaum City Mo. U / .-.
1 Not more than one out And as the business ruin of 1857 was followed witil! tea yard of the unsuspecting _
of a thousand of the m;Bisters baa it con by the glorious triumphs of grace, let all of whom were busily eogaged Lee Wa'a Cbiaew Headache ( .. l.rm
tinuously. Not mora than one out of ten the awful struggle of 1SUO be followed by Jessie tffect qalck slid p<_ la
thousand Christians ha.i it all the tim GIven the hillalujitu of a nation saved In 1891. in twittering excitement, quarreling foi frtnt rcjld ii rrrclpl of II per Uittl RELIEVES INSTANTLY.

I In abundance, tha* last tea years of the Brethren in the Gospel minUtryl if we places and occasionally dipping theii .Adet.r6 Co.JtiJWysniiutU. iLK.'--nisaCityMoFITS L ELY IJIumilHS. 64 Warren Ht,New Tort PrloeSOet

nineteenth century would accomplish more spent half a* inucli tuna in prayer as we do beau in the water when tho tending stepped free by llu. KICKS' Quay --
for(. and the church, and the worU than in the preparation of our sermons nothing permitted them to drink. la 'gsv5Rkni0aIL No )its slur lint d.,'* Biliousness
the previous year of this century. stand before u.Ve would have the twig i s5. JUarvklou ear... Trralliwi and I Ira ,
A few men and women in each age of the I power from on high 04 we never bad it.Pri vate few moment after the disappearance oi titislier->?. Kline 631 .Anti t..I'bl 1. -m.------ Headache.
world have possessed it. Caroline Fry. the membership of all Coriatendoml we spent the wary eyes a tremendous splash was Timber. ) farm Land anil Ranches

1\ immortal Quakeress, had it, and three hundred : half a* much time in positive prayer for this accompanied by a pair of open jaw, in I\ra*. Texie and Arkanwu, Malaria.
of the depraved and suffering of New I influence as we do in thinking about it and the of the lowei )1Pw. ,In& Co..K.1 CUI.). Picture,Panel.glee mailed (or 4 cent 1, -f
under it there would not be secratanea which swept occupants Lolbt an
: gate prlwn, her exhortation repented talking .about J. F. SMITH A; CO.
aud belitved. Jonathan Edwards had it, and I enough to take down the name of branches Into the greedy throat.A I OUahaUuld II.u Map. nlanr wee "
Northampton meeting house beard the out- I those who want to give in their name for lilII'(I' "',M'Uu.aasss 't.H akeesof"BU.Beans, mE.JU.JIIS
bunt of religious enifetion a* he poke of i enlistment. 255 t .Greenwich SL, N. Y. City. tI.PIIIO' ,
in 1S37 Trade ,Mark faitcad of a >ame. affllHcd with H_*yrr. luaae ThOIUPsoul _. .
righteousniss and judgment to come. Haomei I A* the power from on high .was Mil atMo UHtw.Rheumatism > ItKMEUY YUK CATAIUUL&uleaa au UM.A '
Jiudgett the Christian merchant, had it, and i f more remarkable in aca Jeuuaa of music and "Bertha M. the t.t..Jlji :- per ': .t. KrlU-f I* ImmedWWJ. curs b eerUta )'"
his benefaction showered the world. John lyceum balls and theatres than in chnrchea Clay, II' Ep. 1 K"l'I"I' Cold Iu UM ilead U lias no e Newton had it. Bishop Latimer had it. Isabella i I why not this winter ot 18U1 in these ho not a came, but a trade- n"'l M'

Graham bad it. Andrew fuller had it. academies of music places of secular entertainment rather curious origic. JJr*. Braeme &

: .The treat evangelist Daniel Baker and Dr. where we are during the rebuilding English and her book first came over
i KetUeton and Truman Ooborn and Charles of our Brooklyn Tabernacle, to grandly and

i O. Finney iad it. In my boyhood I saw Truman graciously treat*! by the owner and lewor a advance sheets from Conway, her Lon )*ariwkla< seats o.Tb. t ana I* an (Hotiuiitt, CM wbV'li a mall partkto b appU 4 U thnoatrll
'O&boru rise to preach in the village I and lessee*; why not expect audwby not ban don publisher. They were signed 'B. aaeompaaled by bl k joule *. ftkv,ear. H M tiyii rui'ulnl.or anu 1 1 y pwll.K.T .

\: charch at Somerville N. J., and before hAt the power from on blgly comforting power II. C.,. the author's InItil writtea Iken uiMaM peJa, whtea.oRes I aoddecly.ilinnee < Addwa*. lUxiLti. K. B'arre. J'a. .. -.

ba4 gives oat hIs lest or attend *> wordp501)1. arousing power convincing power, convertIng backward. Who B. H. was was one boa I ese tees vt she body k M otter. ChrooUnmuuliue I CHlCHttTll-1 E... Rio C OU DIAlOID B14# A
\ .in taa andie&oe sobbed aloud with reI !! saving pow"vomalpotent powerfMy .
wltfeuot Serif aa4 act aaeeTenktuan
I unions etnotioa. It Pea the power from on opinion U that in this elutor of cities by ot those tWug no fellow pa this sldq ) natal *MB* enryaum ; ENRO'iMi .lli\
I high. All io greater or lea degree may have >i the Atlantic coast there are five hundred could The American publishes a'v" k .. Itkaow
after .U M Kbemmliei tetl,
t* < cjiwwm. vile o..a.At Lee .1svi.t. vs.sal
it. Once get it an! nothing can stand before t 1 thousand people now ready to accept the knew.that bis readers did not lika leli eaieaMOf Ike Mood aol ii 5. a..b su-.4 =$.us uh'4 .4. -
down. from all the conventioB- m.leten .. .. ok..bird. re.4 '
you. Sa.taa'JON Caricature goes Gospel call, if, trued f bee. esSes. T.b.e so
and They wanted names-the more barn kad VIM iiinnii te sense TU* 5..s.4 le ple.s.or.&Me M es ,.
down. down. Wariduwuago it were eme.tly T.- -'
Infidelity CON sUItes of tie church p .: = 5 leee.U. ..4 "u.u.r (.r bew S ,
down. AU opposition goes down. with strong faith presented to them. t better He wrote B. U. a.quiuur. which- 'C" _. .ml. GIII. j.jn
h1h-AoWJ : : .
aM ewick aa4 Vttaua IB* blued.Hood's : i: = ".
Several time in the history of the church I In these brilliant assemblies there are hundred ., Clay, sent pwtfy --- --
and the world has this power from on bifh *who are not frequenters of churches, find oat ao all m t. $
been demoittitrated Ja the seventeenth and who do not beliete much if at all in mint England t o abut Sarsaparllla .-

,..century,after a great season of moral de- I ten of religion or ecri idari iil organixa- By much diplomacy h at got ia $1; *.-I ,. a.IRON'FENCE IPfHSIOHsnwuW'C.AnnL
nrnlnii.tal* power from on high came 1 tions. Bat God knaw you have struggles ini communication! with h. and paid liberally a.- I I I
\down poD loan Tfflotaoa and Owen and which ya need haip. and bereaveouiaU I for work our laws .CIID.o. I I I
FJavel and Baxter and Banyan and these I I which yott want aolaoe and penecutfcxvi in t 10 Doses Ono Dollar .
wea a dtZu. of mercy higher than the tops .1 which yon ought to have defense, and per'' beha.doaiyscosrteaytltle. .1 I


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,. "., .._. THE EAST. COAST ADVOCATE, FRIDAY ,JAN. 16, 1891. '.
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'" -Mr. W. B.'Peck has
:; ') LOCAL NEWS. been on a trip
to Eau GalHevthis' week. :: :: '5.
5 txJ M
\ L --The frost this week has done some 3 oq 3 HI .M I CLOTHING I
f a
;YM1- '. Conlinllfd from Pays 1S35' amount of injury to tender crops. : .>

j :- ., -Mr. J. C. Myers of irSSMe
t -> *" Pleaac watch the date on yep Troy, N., Y, was
,; ', I : Kow piinlcd slip at head of Hits paper ort in town this week. ff CT 1-1. p M 6 .

4 ', 'upon wrapper. Do not allow your sub -Quite a large congregation attendedat = g s 3 L P s Un IK EATS 'SHOES

i' :cription to expire. the Episcopal church on Sunday last 0 "K j Q. | tlfti 1' ,

," ., -Mrs. pen. F. Enncy, of Tropic, came to hear the Rev. B. F. Brown preach. 1 gfif 5* .O !: :: r JUST-RECEIVED

I to town the litter pact: of last week on A Mrs. $. 1>!. Lorimler has gone to tn $ 84p =E 3 3a '

,' Visit to her mother, Mrs. if. E. Titus. Jacksonville on a week's visit to Mrs. O n* (Fog-::: 0 0 S! ; 1 ; SioiIM: :: ? ; H 11tai THE BAZAAR.: :
Frank -g 0 >
Ironmonger. aliiris'
Allison and Miss Whltall
of w I; i = att 2 !'. tv .
Philadelphia, who have been on a tripon -ellllrll. 1>1. K. Knoop and Jesse Shilling 2 nj1 H j & .I'D Q- .. .'
;r the E.wt Coast, left here for the north friends ol1\lr. Jno. Myers, from '..-.- =- n | gws.l| SII g

M1 Wednesday.) TroyO., arrived town yesterday.Messrs. "!1aq' S ? ''III"w! ( s YJ,. Enl':! H' .tI:. ;. I'D., '"1 Special Sales Every Monday
: :: B
4 -The ADVOCATE garden boasts of the D. L. Gaulden and Geo. M. : 0. k,1 l 2 ,
.. only aloes plan In bloom in Titusvllle; Robbins started for Jacksonville Monday d | | 5 I :: >> 00 J"a : o Od Uoei nm +

in fact, some say the only one on Indian to attend to some legal business." 0 r. p"' o 5P- ;o I E= ::: .;! :::1. -C' to: J. P. TURNER & CO

t JRlrcr.Mr. -1\1r.\ Ed. Miller came up to town Sunday ;" = :: ... gym g a t1'ft
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s W. E. h.rhlcf! engineer of the and ho was soon around giving one IQ (\ a: Fxr a .:QVA ::::

steamer, Canaveral: received on Monday, I ot Ms hearty hand: shakes to his numer- <(c i s= 1fL ... ,c... [ (( 2 I>>: Y I'D YJ.-.... H E. L. :se:: :o-z,
cI the sad news of tho death, In Boston, of one friends. i-i i s ar tea J ITIo : pllO .g.
ads little gill from dlptheila 1\11'.1'. J. Nevins and M ? I'D- ? se ri ..... ; ,.,.. p I'D .It'w0 ...
party came up CI I'D !; YJ'" Groceries Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer
gx ..
-Dr J. M. Dixon and family have removed from Mcrrltt last Friday, and returned i = 13: SH. ...0 a ,

: to tnelr neat and commodious rather disappointed, for he told us he. g. s..o : r DO:: "O. -?. ::: I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of
a )
residence. Their old abode has ..been made a special trip to see the circus. > p
? moD g; pEi O ; Staple Sc l Jiiiey Oroooi-iew, IViiit
leveled to the ground this week.
-Quite a large crowd of down-river -
3 m And Food" ProductsOf
-Mrs. S. A. Bravo and family and Mr. residents visited Titusville last Friday td : I ? Hs .... J1. AU Kinds. Also My Stock of .
tiabate:; (Mrs. Uravo's father), Of St. Augustine attend Uartlne's circus, which never appeared 8 < S n ... 0

all took a trip to Jupiter Wednesday for reasons stated in our last p .i( 9 P 0 ;' .8 I Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal],
and returned to-day. week's issue. I t,. 'v Ground Food and Wlieat. ,

-The railway schedule altered on -Mrs.\ Fitzgerald and family left for I am tIle only house on Indian River dealing exclusively the above line of
:Monday. Trains now arrive at G o'clock Jacksonville to-day for tho purpose of Goods I buy close, and will sell close. I invite your coircspundence and solicit
BREVARD'COUNTY JAMES: HOLME, President patronage.. Very truly,
and 11:43: a. m., and 8 p. m.; and leaves attending to the shipment of their furniture E. L. :sEt.AD'Y.:

,at 6:3012:40: : a. m., and 10 p. m.Lieut. to Tltusville, their new and neat- ALBERT A. TAYLOR, Secretary.

y(; Swift, of the Signal Service, looking residence being quite ready for I STATE BANK GEORGE M. ROBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM,

) was ordered by the Secretary of War to occupancy. I INDIAN RIVER Attorney-at-Law. Attorncy-at-Law.

r Jupiter, and I left hero with his wife 1Our liver front is teeming with duck ,

family on Wednesday afternoon's steamer. and coot. There are many thousands In COCOA, FLORIDA Robbins & Graham

They expect to return Sunday front of the Indian River Hotel, close to REAL ESTATE ,

tWe see by the Tinuipl'uwn of last shore, and nort.hern'llIltOT8 say they CAPITAL:

t Tuesday that the Senate has confirmed never witnessed such sight.. It makes Paid Up, $2 ,000.

the appohftmcnt by the president of It. the sportttmen's hearts leap with unalloyed Authorized EXCHANGE Real Estate Dealers.ALL
: .
C. Sweringtii! postmaster at Titusville, joy.Mr. ,

probably intended to load II. C. Scrim- O. S. Benson, a representativeof Is Now
OPEN and
Fully Equipped for
the popular Jacksonville Stoudaril, returned COCOA Indian River FLA. >S OF PROPERTY BOUGHT, SOLD, AND EXCHANGED.

geour.Mr.. DIy, of DoLand, law clerk for from his trip, la the interest of Banking in all its Branches. Members\ of Brevard Abstract of Title Company.

:Messit IIamlin &: Stewart, who are the his paper, from'Lako Worth, on Wednes-

attorneys of the I, It. S. B. Co., was In' day. He gave us a pleasant call while IIUSINESS SOLICITED. I i
I town last Friday and Saturday, perfecting In town, and said his paper was pushing Money to Loan on Approved Security. Property! of ill Kinds Bought, Sold and Titusrillc. Brevard Co., Florida.

.'c,.:t' the appeal to the Supreme Court ahead rapidly DIRECTORS: Exchanged P.' O. Box, 20.;:; .
which the badly hacked monopoly have -On Sunday last, at the Presbyterian ALIJEIIT A. TAYLOR, President. We Buy and Sell All Kinds of Real Estate and are Solo Agents for*
taken in their case against the E. C. T. Sabbath School, the following officers JAMES HOLMES, Vice-President. largo list of carefully-selected 1'I'0)lel'tlell in all parts of Urevard county.
RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, location and value of 'Property
Company.Mr. were elected for the current year: Superintendent R. B. HOLM EH, Casliler. All inquiries will be promptlyand on Indian River

and Mrs. Louis Williams, of New G. B. Rumph;Assistant Superintendent 11 J. 51. SANDERS, J. F. WOOTEX. reliably answered. 11 Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are unequalled
'Tork, arrived here Sunday, and started M. C. Weaver; Secretary, -----.--.---- and every effort will be made to give perfect satisfaction to Intending Purchasers
:next day for Jupiter, Lake Worth and H. Tongue Norwood; Treasurer l Miss L. who may favor us with their patronage.No .
Properties! listed unless the Title Is Perfect.!
other points, This l Is the first time they Iloblck; Librarian, Miss Lena Norwood. The Clyde Steamship Co. Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring largo bodies of Low-
Lave'been to Titusvllle, and they like James E. Bowman and J. W. Rogers Priced Lands

this part of Florida very much so far as have just bought from Robbing & Graham Write for Descriptive Catalogue.

they have Been. Mr. Williams, who is the land lying between their present -- --

fond of hunting, has brought his .dog residence and Do Soto street. Both of

along. the lots of the above named gentlemen': EDWARD STILING

Messrs.. John Betts, C. J. Dotter and will now extend through from street to i ,

'W. J. LaRoche, three friends of Prof. J. street. Mr. Bowman, Including his recent I y

: .)t. LaflIn, arrived here from New York, purchase, has a frontage of about erY Cocoa, Indian River, Florida

Tuesday, on hunting bent. They all left two hundred feet on the railway, or on ,
for the llaulover and Mosquito Lagoon Broad street, and will be somewhat interested Dealer in

:, next day to enjoy the sport afforded in to know whether this large Paints Hardware Stoves Tinware &
', that neighborhood. Mr. Laflln Is well frontage is on a street, or whether he is Agateware

supplied with decoys of every conceivable bounded on the north by. the private PLUMBERS' &: MILL SUPPLIES, OILS, GLASS &: PUTTY, TABLE

r*' kind. When at Sanford they got up a property of a corporation. New York & POCKET CUTLERY, BARBED WIRE, WIRE NETTING,
;good joke on Mr. Betts. One of them Messrs.. Jonas Hess and Richard Charleston and Florida Lines. & WIRE CLOTII.I .

.' signed for him as "General Butler, U. S. Mearesy New York, arrived in town I _

A." As he looks rather like the general, Saturday, on a hunting trip. Mr. Hem I The magnificent Steamships of this Line are ap I

lie received an immense amount of at- is In the brokerage business, having of pointed to sail as follows : N J I

tention and courtesy, and at his departure fices in Nassau street; while Mr. Meares :(HTAJ.DABDTIMK.)
tho waiters, it is said all held up Is owner and proprietor of the Hotel From New York. From Jacksonville.
l'1er ) *lorlcUkJan.
Bpoons-a sign that General Butler was Royal, New York; and Hotel Scarborough
Friday, Deo. 2fith,at S P. M."CIiEROKEE".Thurelay, 1st, at 8,00 A. M.
around. Betts repeatedly asked the Long Branch. It is their first Monday, Dec :lIlthat3 P. ....."8EM1NOLE,1 ....;....Sunday. Jan. 4th, at 10,00 A. M. orI
visit to Indian River but Wednesday. Dec. 31.t. at 3 P. M..J'Iaoquo19.Tuesday, Jan. 6th at 12,08 Noon
t meaning of all this funs they were makIng they are so
Friday Jan. 2.1. at 3 P. M..AU.OVDi.Tllunday., Jan. 8th, at 1,30 p. K,
s over him, and at last his friends admitted pleased with it, that they are coming Monday Jan. 6th,at 3 P. ......"\EMASSEE,".........Sunday, Jan. llth, at 4,00 A. M.
Wednesday. Jan. 7th,at 3 M"CHEROKEETuesday Jan. 13th, at 6.00 A. M.
: they had played a trick upon him, down again, when they will be better Friday, Jan. 6th,at 3 f. M..REMlSULtrhunod..v. Jan. 1Mb, at 8.00 A, M, I
prepared to "take in" the Indian Monday Jan. 12th,at 3 f. ....."IRCKJlTom,"..........Sunday; Jan. Wth, at 11,00 A. M.
and made believe he sport on
everyone was Gen. Wednesday, Jan. Hth at 8 V. M.Ar..l.USQl'DiTuesday., Jan. Wtb, atU-OO: Itoon.
,: eral Butler. They Betts River. Rockledge was the point Friday. Jan. Itltb,at 3 P,. ....'.YEMAHSEE,1'.........Thursday Jan. 22th: at IJO p.. M., WIY..
got so annoyed -
say ..... ",......,
Monday, Jan. 19th,at 3 P. "CHEROKEK, Sunday, Jan li'th, It 400 A. H. :DOORS: :
: over It, that he has hardly been they made for on Monday, and they left Wednesday, Jan. 21.t, at 3 P.. M.'HE, Jan. 27th at 6.00 A. M' SASEJ:, :BLXNDS: sax /
here Friday, Jan. 1131. at3 P. .,...."IRDgl'OISThursday, Jan. 29th at 7.00 A. H
civil ever since yesterday on their way home. Monday Jan, 2tfth,at 3 P.II..ALnOSQVIS.Runday, Feb. 1st, at 9.00 A. M': Lime & Cement, Shingles & Lath.
Wednesday, Jan. itxth,at S P. M."YEMASSEE.TueWay, Feb 3d. at A. M,
Until brought prominently to the -Among the appointments of the Friday, Jan.3Othat3 P. 1II....,"CHlROKEE.Thunday.! Feb. 6th, at U.OO Noon, Guns, Ammunition and Fishing Tackle of all kinds. Ship Chandlery Goods,( are
notice of the winter visitor by the Jacksonville Florida Conference, M.E. Church, South, New. Doors,ARTESIAN Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasoline Stoves, Coffins and Caskets;

Tampa and Key West system of were those of Rev. C. S. Byrd, for Tltus Cream WELL Freezers PIPE Brick a Specialty., Lawn Mowers, Ice
; Lime Cement and
p rail and steamer lines, the Indian River I ville; Rev. J. L. Last, for Indian River; St. Johns Hirer Line. Chimney Pipe; Flags & Bunting;

,,. "WM comparatively unknown except to 1 and Rev. II. M. Outland for Halifax Table and Pocket Cutlery; Mouldings, Scroll Wink, etc., etc. i
\. the roving Floridian, says the Tiinet-Uii- River. Rev James Bolton has been Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free
appointed For Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points on on application. Correspoiijenct
ion. Of Florida's fourteen hundred
....P solicited and estimates furnished
.',, miles of sea coast tho southeastern: part, to White Springs, and Rev. II. the St. JohnsRiver. promptly. I 9
washed by the waters of the warm gulf lice, Klssimmee. Our own Methodist; -
t- stream, seems at present to lead in attractions minister, Rev. J. N. Jones, takes chargeat The elegant Iron Side-wheel Steamer.
4 for the winter tourists The Wauchula. We welcome the "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE "
+ hundred gentlemen ,
Indian River is neatly two miles J.
,, In length and varies in width from a nar- named, to this field, and trust their Cat. W. A. SHAW, Watson i C (
row rapid stream to that of a sound-like labors may be bountifully rewarded "FRED'K DE BABY," .,
appearance from two to eight miles during their residence us. To
among Capt. T. W. LUND, Jr.,
wide. Lying like wild blue ribbon
; a the Rev. J, N. Jones and James Bolton Are appointed to sail from Jacksonville daily except' Saturday at 3.30 p. m., and from Sanford,
along its eastern shore it is destined to
dally except Sunday, at 111.801THBOCXD. Commission
f become the Mecca of many a thousand we say "God speed" in their new fields. ,
F future visitors to Florida. On Its banks The Revs. Jan. Bolton and J. N. Jones SCHEDULE KORTHI1OUXD. .
Read Down. Head Up. AND
r are many hundred acres of pineapple were ordained elders at the above Con .
Leave 3.30 p. M.....JarksonTille Arrive 11.45 p. II,
'i-. plantations, vegetable gardens and tropIcal ference. .. e.W p. M...........Falatka.Leave loop. M.
orchards dotted here and therewith .. 11.00 P. M.
1.30 A. M. Astor
II ;+'> homes .. 1\ .iw_. _.St. Krancll.. 12.45 P. M- X FORWARDING MERCHANT
; lovely of former visitors now .. J
60IIA.M: .,.: Ji.t;; II 45 A. M
; 'If." permanent residents of the land of flowers Home vs. Smith 8.00: A. M.,......Blue Springs............ 11.08. A. H'
.,,+! and sunshine while its blue Arrive 8.00 .,.tUnford....... 11.00 A. M'
fed from the ocean, by numerous waters Inlets, We have just'learned by telegraph 9.15A.M.A. M ......Enterprise" ........................... 1.30 A. M'
: teem with every variety of sea and game from Jacksonville, that a verdict has General Passenger and Ticket Off Ice, 88 W. Bay St., Jacksonville: Dealers in Fertilizers
{, fish. This tropic water-way, beautiful been rendered in the above case, F.M.IRONMONGER,Jr.. Florida Passenger! Agent! ,88 West 8&y8t.,Jacksonville,Fla. ,
:' and interesting in itself, lead to the still Involving a large tract of land at Micco. J.0. 1'KLOT, relicht Agent on wharf foot lIogan Street Jacksonville Yia.JOliN' J?
Florida Laura Street Jacksonville.Fla.J. HoiitlorHon
L. HOWARD Freight Agent.fnot .
f' : more lovely Lake Worth, incomparable, The decision was in favor of the A. LESLIE$SuiierlnMndeut,foot Laura Street,Jacksonville Fla Ac Oo', 3-nrcleii Sc d ,
I. except It may be with the unseen shoresof TIIO. U.KUKU Frame Manager,6 Howling(Green New York.
Smith boys. MARSHALL H.CLYDE Assf.Trains Manager ft Bowling: Ureen/New York.
o, tropic climes. Here are thousandsupon' Orange &
Mesurs. Geo. M. Bobbin and D. L. Boxes (Jrates paper.
thousands of bearing cocoanut WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Gen'l! Agents., ,
trees, and almost every kind of tropical Gaulden were their attorneys. It South WbarvM, Philadelphia. a Howling GreeD,New York.
t fruit and flower. Beginning Monday the CoL H. Blsbee was for Mr. Home. CEMENT PLASTER
,, J>, T. &: K. W. system offer double daily & HAIR. AGENTS FOR OCALA LIME
has been
service to and Into this section. Parlor The case appealed.
Agents for the C. F. T.
cars are run on the morning express .direct REFRIGERATOR CARS
to Titusvtllo, same as last year, and For Sale. Goods Carpets I attlnEtcaw Will FurnUh Cart When Dmlrad. and_that they ar.properly LOADED IC3 >.BILLoED.
_, In addition an evening train carries A very desirable cottage In North. Tl Dry and TRACED to Dettluatlon.We .
through Pulman' buffet sleeping cars, tusville situated extra lot will
on an large Buy all kinds of Fruits fact1i
each line connecting at Titusville with Vegetables, Furs and Skins a
sib :
suitable for gardening. Good location ho1osa.1o ; we will and Sell
i:. through boats of the Indian River anything offered to us.
Steamboat company. Four years ago and neighborhood. Also 40 acres of claim to have the Largest Selection in the State. Our price compare favor Correspondence solicited on wants i'
one was compelled to travel three days land with house and young orange grove ably with the prices North. Special attention paid to orders and correspondence. any you may have.
to reach from Jacksonville Respectfully, J. S. WATSO CO"Advocate"
and other tropical fruits, near LaGrange, We keep from the Cheapest to the Best Grade. I
now one may breakfast at his hotel
in Jacksonville and dine at Rockledge, and 21 miles( from Titusville. Both of Describe your wants and the right goods will come. I
or vice versa. The officials of the J., T. these fine properties will be. offered

A E. W. are to be congratulated and cheap for the next SO days. For prices :IKo.b..raL: :F'\Lrohgott: do Co. Job Printing Dice
a the public surely will appreciate the efforts I. and terms apply to J, B. Terry, .South- ,

;- of and the ex visitors pence put and forth the advancement for the benefit old, N. Y., or to Jones 4 Atkinson, attorneys TA.CIA.SO ] \/ 1 I' .T .-,." T T a AOc1lvmo HAS A COMPLETE OUTFIT OF NEW TYPE OF TILE L.\T ,'

:t *: ; Of the State. at Titusvllle Fla. 23-lOt DESIGNS. GIVE US A TRIAL.
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