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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: August 22, 1890
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071720
oclc - 34175701
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System ID: UF00079908:00106
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Succeeded by: Indian River advocate

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1. 'TITUSVILLE: FLA., FRIDAY, AUG. 22, 189CX No. 2ei

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i OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. LOCAL NEWS. -J. S: Watson & Co.;want 1,000 bush. -Mr. :Ed. Milter is still at Jupiter.We Tittisvillo Is a Llv o.TAwn. -
Many of our readel'8 who bare business from e II understand k
i I els of gnavas.Mrs. he has.a contract U> .
tIme to time with the State or County Official ,
An that always
T. W. Smith has been iiI fence in some land for Capt. Watson. exchange says newspaper y
are put to considerable inconvenience to ascertain quite
-Get the ADVOCATE at 1 Screven'I.FIve .
' >r. toll one thing without) speaking
the name of the official whom they wish to for a week or so, but Is now much bet -Dear En mind that Dr.. Dodson does !
Cents
address. With this fact In mind we hare prepared per copy namely what kind of a'town they are .
1 ter. not travel the in search of business :
the following directory, w 1ch.will, no -J. S.,Watson & Co. want 1,00Q boxesof qovntry published In. When wo sea a paper full I rf.
.doubt,be frequently referred to. \i.' lemon, e -in answer to'numerous Inquiries as ; he does hi*work in his office( and of advertisements and Iayl ltX eats, all got .
I STATE OFFICERS. the ADVOCATE'S Advertising terms we can always be found there during business :
I I I up In artistic shape we know at glance ...
O'fernor-Fl'ancla Fleming.. Money { )loneyll 1 Money to '
beg to refer our readers towage. 4, where hours.. Ofluce: Tltnsvtllo, b1arNext 4
,r. ."Secretary of State John L.Crawford.. loan on real estate.- Apply to Robbins& that the town where It In published la j "
'J r: Comptroller D.Bloxam. Graham Titusville, Fla. the information is printed every week. week will IMS the last tor lIenl}.' up and doing'and wide awoke; and that \

; Treasurer Frank J.runs. -The now material for the ADVOCATE ing sample copies of thi.paper. We I Intend the business men of that town would -
-Mr: will be In of
B.Lamar. Harry Budge charge .j
.Attorne1-Genetal-W.1J.. office is still arriving, and it will not be rending it to genuine VirWrlbers not hesitate to help any kiad of publto ,
B. Womb
d. Commissioner of Agriculture-I. the hardware business while his brother
T-weu. long ere we shall be in full working order only after the 2flth inst. Those who hav enterprise.
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' 8ueaeU Superintendent of Public Instruction-A. J. is away. and ready to receive orderr for Job not yet Dubscribed for the A n.VOCATII, Bat when a paper comwv. out with a '
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| Adjutant-General-David Lang. -Catholic services at new hall next work of all kinds. wo shall be pleased to hear from. few advertisements and no local mis., wont i'"'
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." State Chemist-N.Robinson. Sunday. Mass and sermon at .10 a. m., -Mrs. Fitzgerald, of this place, was service informs > It down that the.town' that allows
Lieut.Swift of
thcSIgnal -
State Hoard of Health-R.P.Daniel president; standard time. the winner of the watch such a to out U i>KAt> and
lucky lady's gold paper go ,
ryP.WallW. K. llycr.i" us that It !Is his Intention to ell.tablillb. 1 I. y 7
: BUM Health Offlcer-J.Y.Porter. -Special offer this month of ladles' at the'Sanford watch club drawing last his family' here as soon>as he cnn every merchant In that tonn is,, contom.

I fs Samuel United'States Pasoo.I Senators-Wilkinson Call and *4.00 and MOO French kid shoes for f 2.50 Saturday and, it Is needless to say, that secure satisfactory quarters As the plating'murder by stan 1111; that poor e tl
and $3.60. Geo. R. Rumph. editor to death.- !
she was quite proud of It. > ;
Memt>era of Congress-R.It.M.Davidson and completo'hoiiKcRoM of this amiable Rontlcman -
FT,S.O odrleb. -Indian River Lodge, F. A. M. will -Mr. and MI'C.. II. Watson and Mr. aggregates nine members It will Wo are pleased to note the abovo docs
State 8enator-GlU'dner S.HarOee. hold its next regular meeting in their froni not apply to our Tltumrillo! merchant, t
"removed
have
Mrs.
; Representative In the Legislature for Brevard and Hugh Boyd be quite an addition to-. population
ounty-.TV.8.Norwood. new hall over the the Indian River State the Huckabay cottage which Mr. and of our town. which a glance over thclMulvei-tlacinents

UMTE1) STATES LAND OFFICE.' Hank Friday evening; tile.20th Inst. Mrs. Wetmore will take possession of will prove.I'lorldnVe.. .,i a
r i R (1lter-Alex.Lynch, Gainesville. The steamer White towed up: the ,
Receiver-V.J.Shlpman, Gainesville.I -J. 8. Watson & do can supply you the first of the coming month.Mr. the East Coast, CUnal ColsdredgeMon.lay ,

II I Surveyor-General-J.C.Blocnm Tallahassee, with fresh garden seeds Cheaper than John Henry Melbourne, was whfch at' thin Arizona.::
( afternoon, stayed over
i". COUA'TY County OFFICERS Seat OF Titusville.BREVARU CO. you can send off and get them. Try us, a pleasant caller at our office Tuesday, place until six o'cfof k Titemlay morning, We often hear a deal of grumbling, re-, .-.,.,

Judge of County Court-.:Minor. S.JonesTitusClerk and,see for yourselves. and handed in the names of a few subscriber when' H started for the Haulovrr to garbing thehot weather In the4 Indian f

.tile of Circuit Court also Clerk of County -Saturday last registered the lowest s for the ADVOCATF. We are complete Its dredge work at that pl\( o. River country, but note what Lieut. Mark

K'ourt, Auditor and Recorder; of Deeds-A. A, temperature for that data and month morpthan pleased at the prospect before On the. up-Journey,when nearing Jones' L. Ilemey says.about the weather vet

' J'-JBtewart Sheriff,-Titusville.James E. Bowman,Titusville. since the Signal Service office has been itiT Both personally and"by letter subscriptions Point great excitement wax caused Fort Mojave, Arizona: e ti e Pv

Tax Collector:. 'V. Hall City Point. established on Indian River which was : are "rolling, in. among the crew by the jumping on board l "{Ator Is kept In olla, inado by Mo.

., Assessor-Mr. R. Sanders,Courtney. in July 1887. -Our up and down river friends are the lighter of tarpon which measured jave Indians, and holding about four': .

t>-.. Treasnrer-S.Superintendent H.of Ray Public Titusville Instruction-John -Rev. E. L. Turquand of Enterprise continually "dropping In" upon us. Mr.J. 4ft. Cjtn. )n length and 2ft. 6ln. In girth. gallons, which frequently disappear by-, ,

t M-Sauna,Courtney. conducted the morning and evening service E. M. Hodgson, one'of Eau Gallle's The boys are evidently in luck, for on evaporation in 80\ hour Standard ther. ..f y ;

Surveyor -R. B.BurcUtlel,Georgians.CountyVomn'lsslonersRobettMorrow. at St. Gabriel's Episcopal church on well-known provision merchants, accompanied the way to the Haulovcr a pompano mometcrs, on tho 2\;.rd of July registered ( .... 1'

;,Titus J. M. Sunday last, before a fair congregation.Ae by'\his daughter,-Miss Florrle jumped on board, and fish meals of the 120 dcgrvcs.' Beet killed at four o'clock! $IJ.!.t .\'"\'"

Zanders. Cocoa; P. A. McMillan, Eau: Ualilej; returned home Monday morning. and Miss Nicholson gave,us a short but most choice kind have been the general p. m. will only keep till the following; f
;C' E. Cboffee Ankona. Board meets at Titusvllle -
on' the first Monday of each month. -Mr. and Mrs II. D. Horsey are backIn pleasant call Tuesday. Ever alive to order noon. The whole Is conked: the vmor.

TOWS OFFICERS. the Interests of his business and the ad. morning to preserve' It. Iron ro their old quarters again at the Indian -A special train arrived here about 4SIC: .
)(Mayor-B. R. Wilson, M.D. ( vantages of advertising, he handed us posed to the sun,.will Mister the lands,
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Clerk and Treasurer J. P.Blake. Ri< Hotel; and their bear now has a Wednesday afternoon, with the following
Assessor-Seward P.Gray.l residence on the grounds east o( the his advertisement which we should like gentlemen on board, connected with Water from the pipuM that are junt.below

Maiahal and Collector-John Myers. our readers to glance at, on pago 6. the surface of parade ground, wQ3 scold
deal amusementfor
of and
hotel causing a good the J. T. A K. W. Railway Indian
t' Aldermen-E.L. Brady,p""lent.1. P.Turor baclT skin. In*
They started for Eau Gallio the delicate Exoeptlonnlly night
\ .. Wm. M. Brown B. A. Belcher Walter 8.E the guests. River Steamboat Company, on board : i'f
Urahara; Council meets at 3 p. m.on the second same day. I reduce the temperature: by attaching IIIP"y i IS, .
I and fourth Thursdays In each month. Special -Mrs. J. E. Ender and family, and Robt. Gamble acting superintendent ; to anti arranging It
hose
meeting when called by the Mayor. chief train a garden q)
Mrs. Burtz,-returaed here Saturday eve E. S. Spencer dlxpatchcr ;; :
that the water falls six eight feott 1
STATE SUPREME COURT. so ur
ning, looking remarkably well after their I). McCarthy, general road master ; C. Hi "
Held at Tallahassee. to the floor by my bed. Lieutenant
t jChlef Jasttcfr-fleorge P. Raney. trip to Alabama anei Georgia.' Friend : !. Wright, chief civil engineer ; Wni. Rutherford ;
of the U H. Signal voicebtTitus.) .
Swift :
.IWUsoriate-Jmlges, E. Maxwell and H. I. Ender in happy now, as U plainly dillcerned master mechanic ; W S. Baldwin :
tchell. vllle can vouch, for the accuracy; (It tbq .'Itt
by his pleasant smile. .. division road master and CommodoreW. :
\Y. Wilson.
Clerk-It, it above. ; .
B. Watson, of the Indian RlvcrSteau 4, ijj.Ii'
CrncqT'COUItT. -Judge A. E. Heyser returned to town g c3 ; ,
Tenth;Judicial Dude Circuit Counties.; Including Drevard and from Ocala Friday evening. He gave usa 1>0 '! boat Company. They came here for the' t "::z.' : 1l Jot"'h' 'ffi

!:i purpose of Inspecting the road, and returned A Letter from Ladruuge.Arowr ( ';
Spring Term,:2nd Tuesday February. pleasant call Saturday and subscribed :: .tt ,; \ ti'. '.
Pall term, let Tuesday September.JudgeJ. for the ADVOCATE. Monday morning lie UaF :' a o.y '" yesterday morning at 8:45. ,! : :'.:: ,; .

D.Brooms,DeLand. .. started for his home at Oak Lawn baying rn 2 8 -Thu Ice cream supper given by the ladles : :'Otllt 1800, \I"fl .t..' .. <<
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tate'a Attorney J. D.Beggs,Orlando. 8 IS ;; g,' 'ik
h BREVARD COUNTY COURT. on steamer St. Lucie. :; Ii: of the Methodist ChUl'ChIn the build. On our return homo we found that) ; ". "' '. ; i'

Regular Terms on :2nd Mondays In February, -Mr,.,J. A. Booth and bride arrived .= .2 Ing of )[ra. Titus Tuesday -and Wednesday there had been born to Brovanl ft Una 't" .

j Judge ay,August-Minor and S.November.Jones Titusville. here from Quincy on Friday evening last. 00 i. evening, was quite success. Large 'toy. It has bright eyes U finely pro.. s '. .J/

County Attorney-Jas.T.Sanders, Titusville. They were married last Thursday, and crowds of our townspeople and politicians portioned and exhibits even now, a ten .1'.1"..
left on Saturday morning for their '1. visited the building! and indulged deny to )be lndotwutleot-wblob. tho v

Professional Cards. beautiful homo at Brantley. The Anvo- In the nice things* there provided for doctor says, |is a sigh of a vigorous na .

CATE: congratulates and wishes them, those who wished, ; to partake thereof. ture. There Is some anxiety but it -' i

\.> L, GAULDEX, a long life of health, happiness and pros .-J. B. Watson & Co. are headquartersfor Considerable amusement was caused should always be read
night at the auction ol
Wednesday
l .4TT IL. EY.AT.LAW. all kinds of fertilizers. During our absence we attended the
perity.Mr. cake for the most popular lady !In the
B. W. Jerome, of Sebastian baa Conventions at Ocala, Both Convention
.
VSVILLE, a FLA. -Mr. W. C. Kennon, of, & Louis, )10., house at 5cts a 1'ote. and this Is how It
been in town for about a week the guest contained a large number of the boa ding
' was in town a couple of days the first of terminated > Miss Field :3 votes Miss
|AS- T. SANDERS, of his friends Mr. and'Mrs.. Wetmore, ; men of the State. Both were a.fair representation ,
the week.
Norwood 104 Miss Singleton 18 Miss
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While In town he settled the pdrchase of Florida's ,.Democracy.
pi AT LAW W. Eaton 10 Miss Walker 160 votes and
ATTORNEY of some land at Brantley, Messrs. Robbins -Mr. II. Westmoreland of Augusta ; The assembling of a nominating conven 4
_a fiU practice In all the Courts of the Seventh Ga., registered'at the Indian River she "took the cake." The net proceeds
ptutl Circuit Florida., &; Graham.being the agents In the tion Is the last hour of real freedom of

3O.".Bex,m. TTrUBVILLE, FLA. case. It is the Intention of Mr. Jerome Hotel Saturdarwt. for both evenings! amounted. to about the voters sovereignty: When the convention -, {

Money to Loan. 1at to build on hit place at Brantley and -The quickest trip the steamer St. $72. adjourns, every man returns to

M. 8OBIU," WALTER 8. GIUHAM.QBBINS make it his home. Augustine ever made wax on Tuesday Bathing seems to be very popular at the ranks and for the next two or four

( & GRAHAM -One of the popular young ladies belonging when,she arrived here at 5 SO: p. m. present and the Grand View pool IK put- years Is a subject whose allegiance I* '' -'JEW' *.:

the ionized almost dally by merry parties.If claimed and almost commanded. At .
'( t ATTORXETS-AT-LAW, to Bathing Club bad a nar -The new"Star" office Iii being pushed no
row escape from serious mishap last our Informant can be relied upon the other time are the wisdom and moderation ..,
Brevard Florida.
Co.
.TrreIV1LLE. to completion as rapidly as possible andIt
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to-BoX.250. week having ventured Into water the Is probable that said luminary will ladle show much more pluck In encountering of the patriot more In demand.

Will practice; all thecoontiesof the Seventh depth of which she knew not. As we send its'next twinkle the chllly'titer than the sterner Sensible of the grave responsibllltlen
the
from of.
pelt and in the Supreme Court. Special fa- new
itiea for Ejuuinlrm and Perfecting Land should grieve to lose this young lady fice. sex. We have it on good authority that resting upon the party, the delegate.

*and'Col'1'ellpoodeooe solicited. from' Claiio- from our midst we must ask her to be prominent gentleman who went to seemed by one common consent to sutv
tirants.MoPfi
ffaireto 8panJ
ta The raising of for
poultry Is
to> Lo D. I less venturesome In future, or we shall profit take a bath recently, retreated without ordinate the claim of any single person,

kB. M. D. L. DODSOJT have to publish her flame. She U too In an this industry vicinity which with might almost be engaged in of doing more than wet his feet notwithstanding to the good of all, and parted lu perfect .. ,

good to su'!cumb to so early anti unpremeditated certainty the entreaties and encouragement harmony
success. From several of our young of his better half and her ;
PECIAL1ST IN OPERATIVE, SURGI- a fate.Considerable. compan A vUit to the Dunnelloa phosphat "
housewives we learn that there Is
& MECHANICAL DENTISTRY, quitea Ions The wife of a certain railroad manU -
activity In the build bed and work was lnUtr
tInr.
corner in the TUusvIQa market.Mr. very .
TrrrsviLLE: FLORIDA. egg said to be the most Inveterate bather .
ing line has beep manifested during the I The I
enterprise new having been started;
Teeth Fated and Praorwd without
ching but the for the heaviest
rocuosi to..era*. .AbcesMd Teeth auocessr put week. The proprietor of the "Star" Tom Mitchell who has been capacity making about one year ago. The cruder .system
treated. Teeth and Crowns AdjoMt splash and the ability to transform the .
Pivot chief of the McLean
1 ) trade boat for some
has decided to "down to business a
get of I
t anl' lie style. Broken Teeth Mended. All operating rapidly being replaced by
T kind of Plata Work and time past made his last in her water in her Immediate neighborhood Into -
St approved Administered and la pushing the construction of a new trip on Improved appliance It" a field of
na i to nt aicely. Gas for foam la to the wife of
yielded
Tuesday afternoon he Intends a certain
I function. tI office on Washington avenue just south as leaving wealth for Florida., While phosphate l t

of Main street; and S. II. Ray will beginat this day week for Jupiter, to take his merchant from the same neighbor found !In many parts 'of the State, Ik I I. r,.

old position among the Llle-Saving crew hood, while another popular lady from thought that tUe WUhlaeootcbea
-tf you wish to keep well posted with once the erection of a new store on bed
i for the next eight months south Titnsvtlla Is said to occupy big around DnnUon fl
to most Important events! .ocenrftg the adjoining corner. It begins to look : are the richest anti
a la the pool that there Is not
, in the Indian River and Lake Worth as if a spirit of enterprise was pervading -The ladies of the Methodist church beg space largest o* the peninsula. .
much room left for the other membersof
ions, subscribe for the EA>)T COAST the community, and that a new era of leave to tender their sincere thanks to -
I. the club to A
practice swimming. .1
oCATS .ib0 per annum, post paid prosperity was about to dawn upon-Ti Mrs. H. E. Titus for the Use of her special reporter will -Berlt. U. B. Hersey and Corporal T.

] part of the United States. As tusville. Mr. Geo. B. Rumph has also building for church purposes. She is the bathers In the near future accompany when J. 0Bryaa are about to start today, on

r IAPVOCATK is only shout So. per copyweep been busily employed painting and considerably always ready to assist a good cause and aa Illustrated sketch approach toward trip of Inspection, along the telegraph

. by becoming yearly cab improving the Inside and .out. contribute to anything pertaining to the doing this subject may justice II. between here and Jupiter, U If :

. ', WII.,. eonfidaat that; our read- side appearance of his well-known store; good of TltiuvllI*.-Ladles of the Aid that about a month will be roe j.

I a rill add their'names to out list and It U really a credit to our town. Society. LOCAL Niwi oX PACK 8. "'" to cover the route, i

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TELEGRAPH
Tho f East Coast AaVDCaiB. THE NATIONAL CAPITAL objected. The house then resumed con- ,

sideration of the Nat McKay bill. No

quorum,was developed, and subsequent BRIEF NOTES OF AN INTER.;
WORK OF THE FIFTY-FIRST efforts to procure one proving unavailing,' WHAT 18 GOING ON IN THE ,
TITU8VILLE FLORIDA. E8TINQ NATURE.
i CONGRESS. the house, at 4:03 o'clock. adjourned. I BUSY WORLD.

In the senste.on Thursday,Mr. Plumb, -
PITHY ITEMS FROM ALL POINTS m.Tnit
from the committee on appropriations
CONDENSED
An Englisn"!: syndicate'Has peen prtcf gone PROCEEDINGS Or THK ROUSE AND ILJ.TBBnmnmDELIDERJ.1'roN8 MATTERS reported the senate joint resolu A SUMMARY! FROM OF OUTSIDE KEW8T AFFAIRS DISPATCHES SOOTHERS STATES THAT WILL OTTER

OVEn tion for the relief of the TAIN THE ]lBJ.DU-J.C DENT8, PInES,
of Phi elpbi.*vast chemical works OV MOMEXTOC8 INTEREST TO OCR appropriating FROM UKCLB BAM'* DOMAIN AID WHAT
ETC.
destitution of Oklahoma tho expended FLOODS,
of international repute, and is uld to COMMON COC1lT8T.OTKII.. THE CABLE! BRINGS. .
balance of the appropriation made last
Lara been staggered by the price named April for the relief of the district'over- It is estimated-that the fortifying of Robert Bullock, who was recently un-
In the house Mr. Cannon
on Tuesday, seated in the national house of
reported to be 20000000.: Never'tkeless flowed by the Mississippi river, and it will cost$7,5iKV; represent-
of Illinois from the committee on Heligoland by Germany '
the I appropriations was passed. The tariff bill was taken up, atives, was, on Thursday, nominated by
syndicateJsjrtill negotiating. I reported a joint resolution extending the pending question being on Mr. Vest'samendment 000.The acclamation by the democrats of the second
temporarily (until August 29th) work of the census enumerators Florida district. "
(offered lest Ionday) to reduce
1 The Chicago'Sun reports, that Sat ppropriatiins for the support of the the duty on tip plato (paragraph shows the population of Maine to bo The Colored Farmers' Alliance of
government ,not already provided for Inthe increase of 0,500 since 1880.
058,454, an
'Antonio, Texas, is the objective point ot general appropriation bills already 187, page 28), from 22.10 cents to 1 cent Gelsendorff Burke, Columbia and Richmond counties,
per pound. Mr. :Mitchell addressed the The woolen mills of C. E. with capital stock of $10,000, all paidin
a good many capitalist, who see in the tossed. After' a short debate, & Co in West Indianapolis, burned '
senate In defense of the high protective will open an Alliance store In Augusts -
immense water-power near it, immense )the. Dlngley joint called resolution up the motionwhichbad passed1.tr system. He was followed by Mr. Reaganin Tuesday afternoon. Loss $100,000; insurance Ga., in September. .

capabilities for cheap manufacturing. In an argument to controvert the position $05,000.A .
been pending for some time-to reconsider Hume Clay, aged twenty-seven years,
addition to this, natural gas has been the vote by which the house taken by Mr. Mitchell, to the effect that careless telegraph operator at Fish who is connected with tho best people of
the bill congress had the constitutional power to er's Station, N. Y., caused a collision of Kentucky has disappeared and now It
passed senate to adopt regulations ,
ound in paying quantities and will be
in order to trade and in which three killed
for preventing collisions at sea. levy taxes regulate two trains men wero leaks out that he forged tho name of his
piped to the city. industries. After a lengthy debate on the and fifteen cars destroyed.The for'
Matthew
The senate bill was passed, requesting grandfather, Hume many
vessels in collision at sea to stand bleach I tin plate clause, and without action, the London Timei believes that the thousands of dollars.

The Italian Prime Minister, Signor other In order to prevent loss of life I i senate adjourned. eventual result of the American silver The Anti-Lottery League convention of
It is further provided that tho commanderof ---- coinage act will be the adoption- by- America Louisiana has issued an address to the

Oriipl, recently gave most extraordinary each vessel shall make known to the NOTES.' of a silver standard. people of tho United States, and asks

.evidence In the Chamber of Deputies of other its name. I was amended, in certain the The following senate,nominations on Wednesday: 8., Tl.confirmed Horn, A boat of the German torpedo flotilla, their aid in bringing about such a national -

his superstition regarding the evil eye. particulars, and a conference with consul at St. Thomas, West Indies ; S.D[. which left Heligoland after the transferof legislation as will break down the

Signor Imbrla.nl, having alluded to Signor the senate ordered. The house then ad- Griffin postmaster at Quitman, Oa., andJ. the island, is missing, and nothing is power of the lottery.

journed.In IL Triplet at Dalton Ga. known of her whereabouts. The Texas state democratic convention
,
Crispi's life as necessarily terminable
,
the senate bn Tuesday :Mr. Hale
,
Syria has been dreadfully ravaged by nominated General James
The house anti-lottery bill was favorably on Wednesday,
the fumbled in his back house bill
latter pocket, drew reported the to amend
storm and flood. The losses attain dimensions -
reported to the senate Tuesday, withan S. Hope for goVernor unanimously.
tIle census laws so as to require information -
nut one of the horn-shaped pieces of coral to be obtained from 'unincorporated amendment providing that newspapers of national calamity. Many General Hogg was tho railway ,commis-

,used in Naples as a counter spell against express companies. Passed without published in foreign countries shall persons have been drowned. sioner candidate. The platform adopted

the Jettatura," and openly pointed it at mendmcbt Tho tariff bill was then I not be excluded from the mail unless, in The treasury department at Washington contains a plank favoring'the free and I

the soeaker.I olrfin___ tin.. TliA nnndlntr mifutmn_ hninm'Dlr. .. the opinion of the postmaster general, on Tuesday, sent about $5,000,000 unlimited coinage silver. /
n --- -- -
Vest's' amendment r-----o(offered Monday) they are being circulated for the purposeof in silver certificates to the sub-treasury News comes from Newberry, S. C.,

don -a reducing the duty on the plate from advertising the lottery. in New York to purchase silver under tho of a terrible boiler explosion, which 'OC-

f The Statitt recognized 22-100 cents per pound to 1 cont>(the There was a genuine sensation in the new law. curred Thursday morning at a countysaw

statistical authority, places the present present rate). Mr. Morgan resumed his senate Tuesday afternoon. Senator Quay The super visor of the census authorizes mill twelve miles west of that place,

annual production of silver in the worldat argument. He was followed by :Messrs. caused it by quietly introducing a resolution the statement that in round numbers tho and by which four men, one 'white and

Daniel, Moody and :.Vanre, each nf just bWoro: adjourning which present population of Vermont is 833,000. three colored, were killed nnd two col-
130,000,000 ounces, and presents the whom made forcible arguments in provides that during the present session The census returns of 1880 gave the population ored men seriously wounded..

following estimate of tho average annual opposition to the tin plate clause the senate shall consider no business other as 332,286. Buckner & Ellis's fine training stables

consumption: The tariff bill was laid aside temporarily, than the tar ft bill, appropriation bills, The English government has informed were burned Tuesday morning about 3

Vied nd Mr. Allison reported from the appropriations public buildings, public lands, pensions Cardinal Kampolla, papal secretary of o'clock, near Clarksville, Tenn., and eight
in the arts............. 20,000,000oa and resolutions
and house
senate
tor committee the house joint rtso- concurrent state, that it is impossible for England to valuable trotters and pacers were burnedto

Used taken coinage European.....and....other..... 20,000,000 ntion to continue the appropriations of ; that the consideration of .all other receive a papal envoy or to send a minis death. Tho fire was undoubtedly of
last year for tho support of .he govern bills be postponed until next session. ter to the Vatican incendiary origin, and the total toes ex-
Taken for India.......... .. 80,000,000. will be
This that the force bill
ment. It went till The means
over Wednesday. ceeds thousand dollars. There
thirty was
Tho council of
Taken for China, Japan and carpenters' Chicago
arid bill taken and shelved for this session at least.
.. .... was ngiiln! up, the Thursday ordered out all only $ ,880 insurance. .
the East. .. .......... 1000000001. cbato" the tin night, carpenters
Purchased by United States on plate paragraph was re- on a general strike in the city of Chicago The New Orleans Picayune notices the
Mr. added his voice
Government................ 30,000,000os. those who had Gray appealed in behalf of the to THE G. A. R. MEETING.WORK : under its jurisdiction, on September departure from that city of a solid train
1st. loaded with rosin, for the far destinationof

\ Total................_._...._.....110,000.000os Mr.arming Gray industry.yioldpd tho Without floor at 6 concluding:10 o'clockp. OF THE CONVENTION MEET IN There appears to be little doubt that aWomlln'a Denver. Colorado. 'The' amount of
DETROIT NEXT YEAR. rosin carried the train which consisted
Department will bo founded in by
m., and the senate, after a brief executive -
.f The fact that many of the natives ot session, nt 6:20( o'clock adjourned.In the World's Fair at Chicago. A plan fora of a number of cars, aggregated around
The convention of the twenty-fourth million and the whole
section to be the Woman' pound-l
Nice are dying of consumption the house, on Wednesday, Mr. Btru- national of the Grand governed by by
proves ble, of Iowa asked unanimous consent encampment Army League will be immediately formulatedand amount wits shipped a New Orleans
very clearly, observes the New York for the consideration of joint resolution of the Republic came to order in Music presented to the commissioners. firm to a Colorado soap manufacturing
twos the deleterious effect lull at 11 o'clock: a. m. Wednesday, in _establishment located in the thriving city
of the Authorizing tho unexpended balance of A dispatch of Wednesday from Buenos
Boston. 1 he annual address was delivered of Denver.
residence of pulmonary patients in any be money appropriated for tho benefit of bv Commander in Chief General Alger. Ayres, states that tho financial statement
ho flood to be issued the will Connelly & Fais, publishers of the city
sufferers
-place. It is only within the last few Mississippi to be used The address was received with by government show
for the relief of tho destitute persons In that $500,000,000 in' currency passed directory of Chattanooga Tenn., give
fears that science has demonstrated the Oklahoma. :Mr. Bclden, of New York, frequent expressions of approval by through: Column's hands while he was 33,545 as the peculation of the city, while
the l.i of The
deadly character.of the expectoration and objected. The next two bills presented rgo of body Adjutant delegate.prelllnt.General; George II. president, and that the country derived tho census'official report Rives 'only 29,.

.the breath of consumptives. Many have were also objected to by Mr. Betdcn Andit reports ilopkins of Detroit, and little real benefit from it. 101, a discrepancy of 3,430. The census,
,
becoming evident that business Quartermaster however, gives 0,000 more than the directory -
no The centennial of the i.covo'y of coal
flouted! this, but the remarkable number General Taylor, of ,
for the and
could be transacted city suburbs. A
by unanimous assent in Pennsylvania will be celebrated in movement -
indicated
These
,pf deaths on the Riviera, which has ilr. Brewer, of Michigan presented the Itmncial presented.condition of the order.a healthy The September next year. It was a hunter to obtain a recount of the'' population -

always been noted for its healthfulness, conference report on the fortification appropriation Grunt monument fund now amounts ,to named Philip Ginter who made the discovery is being discouraged by those who
far bear the bill The report was ngreed on Mauch Creek mountain in who think the result would be detrimental -.
goes to out theory of the $11,115. Inspector General L. E. Grif- ,
to. No announced and tho to.the city and suburbs.
quorum was tith of Troy N. Y., reported tho order Carbon county, and therefore the -
experts. As Nice, Mentone, San Remo house, at 4:21)> o'clock, adjourned.In and monument will be dedicated to proposed his -

and other places on the Riviera depend the senate! on Wednesday. tho growing working numerically earnestly and stronger harmoni- memory. CENSUS FIGURES.PHENOMENAL .

almost wholly upon tourist for their house adopt amendments regulations to to the senate collisions bills at to ously in furthering the grand objects for A dispatch from Pittsburg, Pa., says KKVELATIOSS- or TILL
prevent
it will be which it was organized. No a strike of the mechanics
support impossible for them ta sea, and to amend the act relative to' the organiznlioaoa for nine hours GROWTH OF TUE YOUNGER CITIES
bar the class which brings them in so shipping commissioners were presented earth does more to minister to the tins been inaugurated in that city, and is t

much coin. It Is a literal case of life and md concurred in. The senate proceeded helpless and unfortunate. lIe presenteda spreading. About three thousand men It is said at the census office that the
table showing that the number of idle. Tho o
to executive business<< and tho doors were pOdsin are principal fight seems to be states of Minnesota and Nebraska show a
death for them. reopened at 11:10 o'clock. Tho resolution the Grand Army on June 80, 1800 against the Westinghouse interest, and it phenomenal Increase of population. The

offered by Mr. Edmund., Tuesday, were 6,928; number of comrades in good Is said alL employes Westinghouse, postal card returns indicate that the in-

Few people are aware of the enorraoui limiting tho debate on tho tariff bill, was standing in posts inspected to Juno 30th, numbering 4,000, will be out. cre ISO in each state will approximate

expense incurred in taking the census. laid btfore the senate, and was referred 331,244number.of posts' inspected, 5- At St. Petersburg dispatch of Wednesday BOO,GOO. Tho population of Colorado is
number .
010 of
to the committee ; posts not inspected. 1, : Emperor William's declaration estimated at in
The population of the United State in on rules. Mr. Quay's 031. Total amount for charity says 400000. It was 104,327
resolution providing among other things expended that the incorporation of Heligoland 1820 thus showing: that it has doubled
1790 amounted to 3,923,214, and the for a vote on the tariff bill on the 30th of $282,556: ; amount remaining in relief hal completed the German empire, has during the past ten yea,I. Washington

cost of the census was $14,377. Thii August, was also referred to the com- fund $175,830.: Colonel Wheelock C, produce Jan excellent impression in- Russian will probably show a population of 350-:

represents a cost per capita of 1.12 cents. nittce on rules, after a statement of Yeazy the interstate of New Hampshire, present one official circles, Inasmuch m it con 000. In 188u the territory had 75,116

In 1880 the population amounted to >y Mr. Quay that ho understood was elected couunandor-in-chicf.commerce commissioners Detroit demns German chauvinism regarding the inhabitants, so that the population has
the reservation of general appropriation Baltic provinces.A more than quadrupled since the census of
50,155,782: and the was elected as Ute place ot meeting next
cost ot the census bills to include the river and New York dispatch says; The of that year. It is now considered a ct-

was $5,802,732: : showings cost per capita harbor bilL The house joint resolution year. steamship Tuctonic, of the White Star tied fact that Illinois will take Ohio's

of 11.75 cents, more than ten times the extending the provisions of existing laws Line, has smashed all record. The vessel place as the third state in pointof

cost per capita of the census of 1790. providing for the tcmperury expenditures A WHISKY BLAZE. made the run from inches Point to population. The enormous increase -
of the government, to the 29th of August Sandy Hook in five days, nineteen hours in Chicago-nearly six: hundred

The amount appropriated for the census was laid before the senate. Passed 23,000 BARRELS OF TUB ARDENT CURSED and five minutes, beating the City of thousand in ten yt.arl-hIIs contributed

of 1690 Is $6,000,000, exclusive of The tariff bill was then taken up. the IX LOUISVILLE, Paris' record by thirteen minutes, besides greatly to this result. The complete

printing, engraving and binding, to be pending question. being on Mr. Vest's logging 2.800 knots against tho City of official count was announced Monday in
expended iu amendment, reducing the duty on tinplates The immense distillery and warehouseof Purls' 2,789 kuots. several cities. Albany has 93,523 inhabitants -
gathering so much varied
from 2 7-10 cents to 1 cent per the Kentucky against 00,758 in 1880-a of
Distilling Company, at Exports of specie from the of gain
Information. Hence the eleventh census pound, the existing rate, aud Mr. Gray Louisville, Ky., owned by Barkhouse <& New York for week ended August port 9th, 3.13 per cent ; Troy has GO.'COS, 'against

must be considerably more expensivethan continued his argument against the pro- Co., were burned Thursday, along with amounted to $2,774,430, which $1,771. 60,747 insl880-a gain of 6.80 per cent.

tho tenth census. The number ot l|vosed laid increase. The bill was temporarily 23,000 barrels of whisky. The fire begin '830 was gold end $3,100 was silver, All Atlanta, Ga.., chows an enormous percentage -

volumes la the census of 1880 the ladian aside and the conference report in the warehouse and was caused by the silver and $1,765.108 in gold went to of increase, the- present population -
weretwenty.four.'as on appropriation bill was presented tho carelessness of a colored laborer who Europe and $6,168 in gold vrentto South being 05,514, as against S7.4U9 in

compared with one volume and agreed: to. Mr. Gorman then was shifting the barrel with a lighted Amir re. Imports of specie during th 1880( percentage of increase 75.13; Rile -

in the census ot 1790. took against up the tho debate and made a speech lamp standing on the floor. A barrel week amounted to $tJ: !!,00 1, of which mington, Del, 01,437 against 42,478 in

--. The tariff bill proposed increased duty. rolled! against the lump, breaking it. $ 0l820 was gold and $102,281 was ail 1880( -a percentage of increase of 44,64
was laid aside informally The barrel A rough estimate of
Ida Lewis the heroine was leaking and the ver. of the population
of Lime
Rock and a conference was ordered en tha senate whisky and oil flashed up liko gunpowder A London dispatch of Wednesday the following states, based on the postal _
Lighthouse, who has saved the lives ol bill in regard to collisions at tea, and and the flames tilled the Postmaster General Raikes has given says his; card reports of the enumerators, vai

so many persons, receives from the Gov Messrs. Frye, Washburne aid Gorman building at once. Not a single barrel of final decision In the matter of the applications given out Monday: New York. 5,998-

ernment a salary of $750 a year and two were appointed conferees on part of the the liquor was savedAll the buildings for reinstatement made by the postmen 693; Indiana, 2,224,823; Nebraska,

tons ot coal.: When her father senate. Mr. Plumb, from the committeeon belonging to the plant were destroyed.The who were discharged for taking 1.042.212; Iowa. 1,458,330: ; Montana!
became appropriations, reported a joint resolution loss on whisky was $500,000; on part in the recent strike. Of 4(0 men 128,167; South Dakota, 836\>42; No
paralytic she was made custodian of the for the relief of destitution in buildings, perhaps $100,000 or more; all dismissed from service, the postmaster Dakota. 181.MO._

light for life. la appreciation of hei Oklahoma The house bill making appropriations well insured. It was 2 o'clock before general has decided that only fifty shall ATL-ANTA'8 FESTIVAL.WAS .

heroic efforts in saving lives she has for additional clerical force the firemen got control, and this was not be again employed. A number of the .
a in the pension office was taken from the until the immense
warehouse men discharged
distilleryproper are
migrating.. A CIO
gold medal from the United States Treasury calendar and read for amendment. The cattle sheds and slaughter hour SICCJ:88-U D'KJlSfIDTaADE5:: ]
The magnificent chapel of raoc> Department,three silver medals from various amendments reported by the com and pork packing establishment of in Mexico, which, according Chapultepcc the -
to
the State of Rhode Island, one from the mittee on appropriations were pgrccd to CVmrad & Seller, which adjoin the ware. received from the city of Mexico reports The south has nevsr known such
Humane i and the blll was passed The senate then house, had been wiped out completely thorough and
Society of Massachusetts and an is being sought after by Jay Gould, is complete trade display n
.
other from the New proceeded to the consideration of execu The loss t ) the pork packing company held in great reverence by the Mexican took: place in Atlanta Thursday. Th
York: Life-Saving tire business and at 15:{O o'clock will be about 5u000. The
adjourn remaining people, and since tho fact has been male midsummer festival surpassed the foode-|
Association. It was la 1869 that 'Gen ed. loss of nearly or quite $300,000( is on the public that negotiations are dreams of those most interested in it an
pending ,
era!Grant presented her the splendid lifeboat First business in order Thursday morn distillery proper and destroyed whisky, to its sale, an intense feeling baa been was in every respect the grandest lpet
Rescue which lag in the house was a vote on sustaining 1amused the tacular show ever witnessed in soutU
she !now has. James the decision among lower classes, who the
of the chair overruling THE CHOLERA SPREADINQ object to the grand structure All Atlanta turned out to make
Flak It smj
Jr., built a boat-house for it and point of order made Mi. going out a
by Springer, ol of bands. eves, and the :
I government pvop'e came from j
also sent the heroine a silk flag made by Illinois, that the Nat McKay relief bill XTIRAI. SPANISH PROVINCES :REPORT of the state from Alabama every pa
Miasissipj
.
:Mrs. :McFarland, \ot New York. Miss must be considered in committee of the BEW CASES DAILT. A. :BIQ CRASH. Florida and the Carolina to WtDelllIand

Lewis is a member, of Soma and whole. The decision was sustained. Mr. .uThat big fireworks company has everybody seemed delight
was Struble, of Iowa, asked unanimous consent A dispatch from Madrid saysThere gone perfect and
presented a gold brooch by that organ for the consideration of a joint Te owere nine new cases of cholera and "What's the complete been was the displ tb
seven matter
bal ,
business taken to
Uation. She alJOhu', number of valuable lution for the aid of destitute persons in deaths from the. disease at Villajoyoaa management: ; hummer festival a m.

articles from private Individuals anda Oklahoma. Mr. Walker of MauachuMtta Monday There .uew new esses and 'So; c wrette Smoking while talon" year the display| will permanency be repeated.
token that she and Mr. McClammy, of North Carolina LJcrena, and |wo new cases and seven ltock.-LuIL 0 tanla', varied Industries
much applwlates was a objected., Mr. DeI.e... of N deaths at Argea. There is alight decrease to the were never knows
Leg of maple and box York asked unanimous ewe in the tXTORKATIOS FOR flSHERXZN. people, and the show theo
sugar a of oatmeal coc&cnt for number of sew cases and deaths an inkling of surrounds
from a poor man U the West. : consideration of the bill granting leave rat in ', heads. 81Ace the tint outbreak The angler sits upon the bank Every business only what them

s. TYr ece.to per diem employes in the cu*. there have been 1,800 case there 7 83 And(For so the flash are cozened), line, a..4 the was represented la tpass
drinks great throngs
of which proved fatal, each time he gets a bite- added which lAW it
a new and
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1feUT- A DAYI Dear, dear, what would my folks MY; tome it might have been* la meeting or at NEWS AND NOTES FOR WOMEN. f TELLING THE BEES.. I f

? If they thought I was going to lend Harristown. i I ta a corner of the garden on a la 17 afternoon .
love
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.i1 ifestlny. _* at yon feet dead\ money to a tramp I But lend it I did- However, we mad. a very merry party.I As sleeves grow longer gloves are I

BfOfor joy your or infinite, yes, I put into his largo, brown band the had been so often teazed and quizzed shorter. We heard the bee a-hnmmtng (every one

in Wish "Wait pate; whole of my six months' savings. I felt about my "softness" that it was quite a The Princess of Wales drosses very was out ot tune), \' s
answer
you a almost afraid of my folly at the time, but relief when tho mortgage, Uncle Kit and youthfully! we watched the busybodies as they air. rAnd

t4 p-before the sun again he took it with smile, thanked me profusely dinner took up all thought and convert Moscow. Russia, has a society for the cJe<'bout their hives, ,

*lisbing'nlght; of silence and the next thing I saw: he was tion. But after dinner I had a somewhat endowment of poor brides. And we envied them the happiness and sweet*
L may going down the lano, toward the main trying ordeal to go through. I ness of their lire; .'
i that see you, fair and Orange-colored sashes of China silk are
road. A sudden thought occurred to The fact of it was Uncle Kit made i to have fashionable run this sum There was no one near to hear us, there was
a long
a
"I Brother Will he said I
speech. see, ,
more In no one near to see
tbo any yea.rt'the me."Come back for a moment," I cried. : "that after all, you are much better oil mer.Eight Except: bid which sang Its prettiest for

world may end Ito turned back and hastily approachedthe I than I am. (Sensation, as they say io out of ten woman who have Rosalie and me. i

I love be past; piazza. the newspapers). T u"e a fine farm anda coaching sunshades 'seem content to And the boo*. ,
b, that makes my heart "Are you going\ to tho depot?" I in- fine family." walk. ;
r quired. "And a fine mortgage" said myfathet Ono of the new colon is a brick red, "There It something I must tell you"t began '

$your glance, these lips a "I am," he answered."Well under his breath, but. Undo Kit didn'l with a green cast, very striking, but in notes forlorn, ,t

your shortest way is round tho hear him. yard to wear. "And I want so much to tell you ere we'part t ,

though so glad and bouso. Follow the j>ath through the "As for me," went on Uncle Kit, "I'm ,Sleeves are worn so long that two-but. to-morrow morn."' a

orchard, past the barn and down the not so rich as I would like to be. I am ton gloves are permissible for all but To gain fresh courage now I slgbeJ and

cHke,die upon the ocean broad pasture. It will bring you to tho back not even so rich as you ore." There was evening toilets. watt*:! for awhile

t mortal but forgot at last road and save you half an hour's walk in a breathless pause here. in When on the face ot Rosalie appeared a
There are new designs night-robes "
ltjo lefts* to lei our moments blend! II the sun. Turn to the left at the pasture "I am bound to say that if it hadn't which rival the comfort of the Mother wicked smile; '
Morn. Laihrop, in Lippincott. I gate and keep right on." been for a member of this family I should Ilubbord yoked And ihe aimed at me this parting shot before S it

Mr lie thanked me, smiled again and was never have learned how rich you are." gowns. the ran away- 4
ME MORTGAGE I gone. My'father started, flushed and 'grew Diamanfne, or diamond cloth, is a new "If you can not tell It me why diJu't you try 6 4yl

MHMWIBM I "Now," I thought, "he's sure to meet almost angry;, thought ho was being fabric woven in brown or gray wool, and tell It, pray, '' y) a
with a silver lino forming a diamond pat. To the bret!?'" k >
ning the best room none of tho folks coming homo. Then I quizzed.

., eping, dusting and clean-up. drew a breath of relief and after tidying "Hold on till I've finished Will," tern.Forty At dusk I sauntered over to the trystlng place 1i
tucks in of ten Incheswas
ght streamed in through myself dragged the rocking chair on to went on my uncle. "Yesterday morningI a space again. '

1*>er tho windows, which I the veranda and tried to feel as uncon. thought I was twice as rich as you are, the trimming of an azalla red poul "Tell the bee," I echoed slowly while a J\ .'
y shed tho sound of. tho birds cerned as possible as I waited for father do soie robe for evening. Tho tucks were reminiscent train- .
and the rest to return. ly. hand made.
W made me wish I hadn't and old of
iJto do in that dusty room.heard Mother came home first full of tho Who could it be that had toli Uncle Mushroom is tho fashionable shade for ifyths queer legends a superstition )

the click cf the gate symptoms and sufferings of Martha Phil. Kit that we were rich Every one lookedat gloves, low shoes and loather goods such dayThrough "

dy coming and me withd lIps's baby; then Floss and Peggy drew the other. My father evidently WAS as stile-bags, coin-purses and field glass a mem'ry, nnrotentlve coursed Its ; '

up' in a duster and up in a buggy, eager to show us their much perturbed. Mr.Noah Broadhcad's case and belt. bewllderr way.

Ip I Then there was a rap my purchases. i ather and the boys arrivedin face wore a kind of nmused smile; Somo of tho beaded bonnets are madeof Jubernates says the Aryans held the bees In

) the panel of tho front time for slipper. whether he was secretly laughing at my horso hair. Lined with some bright holy fear,
Lost souls should In those little 4
i open. Thinking it was That evening tho mortgage was dis- uncle or at my father, or was amused at Ilk to throw out tho design, the effect is departed .
s's little boy cussed again. The subject of the being taken so suddenly into family confidences materialized.Fine creatures reappear;
come over to guyety
And in his Georgia Vigil too-but then
that the farm I do not know. ,
ttchct to chop for mortgage lay on was ,
kindlings, corkscrew cloth is fashionable
discussed. Thoso who "A member of this they only toM
periodically own family yesterday
every day, I stopped mortgaged farms and know their owners admitted 'a tramp into this house," again for jacket material, and long traveling The boos of death and trouble In those-dark- "
ulsters of this material ser ,
Ho will understand what I mean by saying went on tho speaker."It prove some days of old
op. was young man: viceable and durable. 'And not of love yet, should the tiny Insects +
card dressed in bluo that tire mention of mortgages makes me must have been that Sally, whispered
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cantrnw
hat but with sick. That mortgage it was that rcnd- pretty Floss and Peggy, and all Tho Swedish glove is a sassafras kid of understand ,a

[ half ashamed! look which that dered my mother old before her, time eyes immediately were fixed on me. Suede finish and elbow length intendedto And start the wheel of fortune I resolved

kcai to with aad mode my father appear an incarnation "The tramp was fed and rested, and tuck under the bishop sleeve just below to try my hand. j
them
carry of covetousnesa. The niggardlinessand before ''' a-ftt/w1rtnTT believe tho bend of the arm. I'hreetl1De.I softly rapped upon the hive just 1 i

'iOmo was seldom visited by closeness which necessity-had mado it was a stocking, Noah!-was producedand Yellow in its mellow richness Is the next to me, v. ,

as a good picco off the road the rule of his life was not, I believe; certain dimes, quarters and fifty cent color that prevails in natural flowers for I'hreetlmea I stld, in accents law "I love ,

irally stopped tt the blAck.ho natural to him, but it was ground in him pieces counted out and given to this table, window, and all other decoration, my Rosalie." "' ,

corner, or ,at Deacon by tho mortgage and the paying the In. worthless vagabond.: except for bridal ceremonies. Silence followed; than a rustle, then a voice ,

way up the hill. terest. Day and night dollars aud cents, Mother looked reproachfully at me. I Swedish embroidery Is the rage' The In tones I knew, "

ou want?" I said sharply.a profit and prices, were tho whole topic of dare not look at father-the two boys stitches lira long and easily mastered and A. human voice responded "And your"-..

minute afterward. Ho conversation. Every penny was grudg seemed puzzled., Had my foolish generosity the use of colored silk and white canvas, Hostile loves you."

so piteously, he seemed sonad ingly doled out, every expense which to the tramp convoyed tho notionto or linen, makes the work interesting. [sprang and caught her, while my lips-but "<

dusty, that I felt meant laying out, money was cut off. my unclo that we were too well off to Shot silks arc coming out in rather then you plainly see ".
sorry
<, Everything that, could be sold off the need his assistance The idea seemed: sensational effects. For instance, pink That what they said and did is known to .

considered the form was sold, hay, butter, eggs and absurd, impossible. dots Rosalie and me Y
r, ys fool of the on a maroon ground, ecru on a yellow 4 j
everybody's slave. If the beef, and swallowed up by this mortgage. "That tramp," went on my uncle, field and almond against coffee And the beos.De : +'

An errand run or a button It was only by our own private poultryand "was an old mate of mine, and but for brown. ,- Witt C.: Lockioood, ti TT..( Short i 9 n
'was the salo of milk from our own cow this money would :not have met mo at
; always, "Sally'll do it, Checks this
always* the one left behindwas and by knitting that wo girls managed to llarristown, and offered me the chance The are very checks popular season. RUMOR OF THE DAY. i
irregular 01
newer are
together enough to dress on. The of making big fortune out of
: and scrape your -
a
party only finery broken. The sleeves of checked dresses '\\to
woo It was Sally who stayed carking cure, the pinching poverty in the farm. made in and ended with Not 10 bad after alt-Dessert. ; .
> are glgot stylo s
midst of plenty which wears more than "You'ro welcome to do that Kit," '
faceting and lent her boots to small Gilt frames-Prison windows.. .
en. Yet I believed I liked anything else on heart and mind, are to said my father dryly, "if only you'll giveme puff. ,',
for them and for be found in perfection in tho home of a half of it." The three most popular women in Sound precautions-Fog whistles. -
kiss
rd would willingly have a or farmer whose farm carries a mortgage.The "That tramp," continued uncle Kit, England, according to a vote taken recently Come to think of it, tho glacial period '
'
and water. gone removal of the mortgage which was "showed me the finest specimen of manganese aro the Princess of Wales, the iras tho original pack age. Ulfat U,rtld. -

t Uncle Kit was coming from once the dream of my fathur' life, had that I had ever seen-and I understand Baroness Burdctt-Coutts and Ellen Tarry s

to make us a visit it was I who for a long time passed out of tho ,iange from him that he found it in the ac'ress: Lying Ii wicked, but, thank goodness, :,

.'s t homo to clean up and mike of hs! hopes. It was hard enough to your pasture. Brother, you wroto to me Mrs. Ilobert Qoelct, of New York city, It is not unfashionable. ld4Jsu Tiles

'mart, while Floss and Peggy pay! the interest. It was natural enough, asking me to lift your mortgage. I can't has a cottage at Newport( worth 6350OUO p-am .

< 1 iNnthe village to buy same chintz therefore that the return of my uncle do that, but you'ro got a daughter in and an annual income of $180,000. She Give a man an inch and he wants a ,

,, toe his room curtains and a new whito From California with a fortune broughtup your house who is good enough: to make is a handsome, fair-hairud woman, not foot; give him afoot and he immediately "'

EgoveI, ,tl or his bcd the subject of tho mortgage.' the heaviest mortgage in the world yet thirty years old, begins to Uclt.-Alchiton dlobt. ,
't,wf 'Vomething to eat and a rest," "I shouldn't be surprised if he lifted it lighter than. feather. I'll tell you what I White gloves, either In suede or kid, 1, '"'
,.tramp. at last for me," said my father that ereit- will do, I will take shares enough in your are worn with white and light dresses "Good morning" Judge. HoW is your '

other had been at homo! She ing. "I've often asked him, and liu's manganese mine to lift all the mortgagesin the evening, and are also coming into use honor to-day "My honor" is safe, but J '
Is weak, Iuck.
nsultingover Martha Phillip never given a decided answer. Ho must the village." for day wear with drcMy summer coi- my digestion very ,j
'
'for she was a rare nurse and be pretty well fixed now, and I helped My father looked stupified for a mo- tumes, being finished for such occasion Tenderfoot "Say, Mister, how far

'importance of being called him when he was a boy." ment, my mother stared lit him and with fine small stripes on the back of the does your claim extend Squatter

ch occasions. Father and the And this opinion seemed to be shared blushed for shoes joy. Even the bays band. ",Au fur as I kin shoot."-Tanttt Blade.

mowing in the meadow a mile by my mother and the boys. M/.uncIo's seemed to waken up to the- good news; First Passenger-"Are ye sick, Thorn-
Shaw the Is at
Mrs.
impulse was at once to inviter arrival was looked upon as a sort of a md I was for a moment' eyed with admiration whistler, stopping u'" Second Passenger (faintly)-"D'ye
In order to
Hastings, England persuade
r He really seemed to bonanza to the family It was, therefore by all. think I'm doing this for fun."-77*
and
with excitement that heard So I didn't much teased all her to come to London, England,
liable look under his and great we get very after fttttr_ .
rags whistle at his ball Colonel North provided
the news that Jako Edward ,
was drivingup about entertaining that Mr. Noah
tramp.
'dress, -at least, I thought so her with a special train from Hastings anda A man whose wife's good looks were. r
from the station and that Broadhead who to be chemist
strangers professed a
tent, and I felt not the slightest new Paris gown to change en route, ands the only anchor for his love, says) "Bhej
to' examined the
hey were coming Squire Sangeter's.This nungeaese deposit '
i. Probably he would go been check for|500. a thing of beauty, and a jaw forever.
came home and message was brought by the mall down in our pasture that very day and Ynnket BLed
none S
-
the wi ier. boy on the shaggy white pony, who pronounced} one of the richest in our Fashion is cultivating the glide walk, a ?
In." carried the letters from the station to our part of the world. species of locomotion (hat keep the feeton The man who finds music in a clarInet i +
I said.
"You do
look
/ Come in and HI wjstofflce, and who had picked up this We still live on tho old form, but we the ground. The heel is but little used, is doubtless of the opinion that y

eat." He get you some bit of gossip when the mail train came hear no more of mortgages, and it was the weight of the body being sustained by Apollo was a tootle-ary divinity.Futf. .-

followed me gave to mo the a kitchen.grateful io and had outstripped Jake EdwanVs, only yesterday that Floss d to me, "O, the ball of the foot. It goes without saying cw.\IIlfWn .

[quickly set a table. The instinct team, which was certainly more noted Sally, how lucky it was that you were so that high-heeled shoes are not conducive The man who lies swinging in a hammock

lily awoke in me. I let before for strength than speed. kind to that tramp." to this serpent-like tread. all day long can generally think up

cold beef, fresh butter, a loaf Father and the boys had hired a neighbor But I have never yet been able to per-> To relieve the monotony of dark costumes lot of scheme to keep other people

and then drew him some cool to go on'with the haying, and had made myself that the tramp and Mr. Parisian ladle are wearing scarlet buiy.-50/norrWd Journal.OuderIOUow F

the cellar. He ate leisurely dressed themselves in their best, mother Noah Broodhead were not the same per. and marigold-yellow blouse vests beneath do you account for

ly, but made a good dinner. had on her gray satin with a pink ribbonin son.-New England Ifome Bead. their jackets, with open fronts. Then the Milky ".lr' Wittix-"I supposethe

know what possessed me, but her cap and we girLs had made our. vests have high collar., like a gentle cow jumping over the moon had

had finished his dinner I asked elvvs just too fine for anything. At last A Substitute For Cork. man' stock, or are worn with a cravat something to do with H."-U the team appeared| block horse andsquare of the silk tied in bow.
ie.would take a nap on the lounge One of the most remarkable product some a huge r.
oilskIn' covered coach. tall
'sitting room. Father always lay A of French Ingenuity at the present time This year, while all the essential parts There fa some satisfaction in knowing
"for a short time in the evening.I man, tawny and bearded, leaped from the fa fibrous substance called cellulose, of a costume are iuppsod to harmonize, !that the man who spreads himself out

left my tramp and went on with seat and came up-from tho veranda steps, which, by some secret mechanical pro It is not at all necessary that they should over two seats of a horse car counted for

rk. I *wept out the parlor, dusted where all the family were ranged to meet COIlS, is obtained from the ordinary cocoa- mitch. Hats and bonnet are no looter only one la the census. Pkttadtlphb .
him. lie shook hand with father
ttetpiece and pictures, set fresh nut husk. When compressed its specific considered in good taste made of a pieceof Call.
kissed mother and then turned
to
t in the vase on the red cloth of the us gravity far less than that of cork-It if the dress, and one bonnet iu a neutral "How i* business inquired friend. "

>"t>:table, and after giving a few Cirl*. claimed, indeed, that it It the lightest tint i* made to do>> duty by the economical "Slow," repeated the stockholder in the

,to the brass door handles and Floss was the beauty of thefamlly, and solid known and, therefore, of peculiar with half a dozen gowns cemetery association. "But sure," he

new ribbons on the curtains, I was first presented for a kiss, then Peggy, value for life belts and life mattresses, "Washington women, are adopting added, brightening up.-Cklcogo Tri-
to the sitting room. and last of all myself, though I was while in large quantities its buoyancy vided skirts," said dealer in such feminine )U/K. .

fact of It is I was filled with anx- older than Peggy. But I was plalu and would render a large vessel absolutely equipment to a Washington Star
Funny, when a mac en a high
putt
it either my mother or the girl or quiet. lIon.inkable. It is adapted to the filling reporter. "Only the other week two
bat for the first he'll duck hit head
times
r should come home while the "Three fine gal," said my Uncle Kit, of compartments in a ship's side, in this ladle of Cabinet families bought them
I at a door casing that he couldn't reach
,was there. If they did, woe be. "and yer boys seem kind of hearty, too way serving to prevent water entering here. I will venture to *ay that 500
I knew I should never hear the but it most be hard work toiling and through a hole made by a projectile or women in this city are wearing them today (with step ladder.b'tgAamtoi Beubtaw. -*

it. "Just like Solly." "Any sweating on this roky soil 1 wish rock, for the simple reason that the instant and within a year there will 'be .
tramp round. Sally" "Sally, you, was all in Californy." Then betaused. the water enter the cellulose is ex. 6000." Thin Old Man (cramped and cross)-

that trampr' and such like landed by it to an impenetrable tight This car ought to charge by weight." !
would be dinned in my ears day "I have a friend Noah Broadhead lathe ness.-ACM T.r$ J f4f14l. The black crape veil has been pronounced Stout Woman (regarding him eocUuiptuusly -

[ht forever carriage. I would like to introduce a nuisance, as it weaken the ,! >-Jf they did, they'd never stop, ,

tramp I found preparingjto go; Iou to him Brother Will, and if you can eyes and Injure the skin. Rubbing io pick you up."
New Use of Tinfoil. the and forehead it often
( ?how he seemed to hesitate. give him a bite and a sup and accommo- against nose Judge-"Fellow, you are condemned;
you going, air!" tasked. "Well date him and me with beds for one night A novel treatment of ingrowing toenails produees abrasions, and, the -dye being io death. Is there anything you would I

you feel better." I didn't add -well, I'll be.grateful"Certainly -" ha beenintroduced in Fiance. absorbed poison the fleah. To the eye !like to eat before you are executed" :\

'again." word that were on my certainly," cried my The medium employed tinfoil,'such at enfeebled by weeFfog'It is moat dangerous african Orimlnatuyes; the judge."-,

11 he lingered mother. "Ask him in and introducehim. Is used for enveloping chocolate and and occulist have protested against rl_l4 BIdet ,. '

des anything more for your 1 ." other food products. A tingle or double I its use. Jones-"I want to have under-
Oh, how' I regretted thatt A gentleman dressed In spick and span sheet of the tinfoil is introduced between A number of women at Washington, itand geatlemea that you ,
I stand
afterward new clothe, clean shaven, and really the nail and the ulcerated tissue be- at the suggestion of Susan B. Anthony, writs on my

such a dear, good young nice looking was led up by Uncle Kit neath, by the aid of an instrument with I have formed an organization called the would lose 8mih--"I balance should think you"_ .
of tern .
said warmly, "that I'm and ,Introduced aH around as hit friend, a thin blade. The tinfoil 1* kept It I I Wimodanghsis<< with a capital stock of frt your pretty iBitrluifftmt
loanof you." NOAh Broadhead.I place by wax, which U molded over the : 129,000 in (5 share It* object is the />-. 1)

--x, ked thunderstruck. thought I had seen his face before,a* tarts. The beneficial effect produced education of women in political science, Census Taker-"Uow old are you'' '

money to buy a ticket for there wu something very familiar la the are attributed to the chemical rathei I ia art, literature and physical culture. A madam!" Madam--"I've seen twenty.

''Wont you be so kind as to x pi cation of his eye, but could not re- han the mechanical action of the t'v building is to be procured for the use oi Ive summers." Census Taker- "IIow

wer member where. At the time it occurred tolJ.-C9vi] -.hunol. i the association lid you come to miss the other fifteen otwcntyT
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1\\ THE FORCE BILL. search of tarpon. To anyone who It seems tons that if this Industry is An Ordinance

-f THE EAST COAST ADYOCiTL- gives the matter even hasty consideration clearly explained, large numbers of settlers PBOVTDIXO FOB Tex Cu> se OF LIQCOR
CERTAIN 1I0t'M.BE
SALOon Douso .
it must folly to could be Induced to come to Indian
conceded appear it Ordained by the Town Councilof
A WCEKLV jor*'At /'JT(>fED TO TEE vtrtison It is genarally chat fear the .success of any measure Elver. Few people have any idea of the the town of Titnsville,

.Err>rT'a rrotAmr*Des AJTBtact there is little danger of the Federal calculated to depreciate southern profit, and pleasure too, to be derived That It shall be unlawful for any saloon .

wvm-H.-non. election bill, now under consideration values and endanger capital/as the from pineapple culture and less still where intoxicating liquors are sold
do business
being passed the present Federal election bill would have know how little land there is in the in said town, to between
by
Office; WMhingtan Avenue, Titu.l1ndiao midnight and 4 SO o'clock a. m. on any
river, Florid Congress, and failure at this time done if passed as introduced at the United States adapted to raising the day of the week except Sunday; and that

means the burial of the measure present session. fruit for profit Heretofore growing It shall be unlawful for any such saloonto I
'
pineapples has been, might ex business between twelve
nBUIIsm EVERT FBTDAT. as now framed forever. Strippedof you say o'clock and :
Saturday night Monday
its extreme and most objectionable THE young Democracy was triumphant perimental. It has now passed that at(12)ha1f-paattour (4:30) .. m. !

Entered at the Titwrflle Ftwtoffice a*BeoandCUw featured it may possibly become i at Ocala. stage. Growers have met with success Any person acting as the proprietor or

Hill )MAIM a law at the next seeion. I with their crops and the very remunera- managet of or having charge of such

We have felt confident from the I Jupiter Inlet. tive returns for last season's shipments saloon, shill, upon being convicted of
TEEMS, f..ariaW;fa A.-. violating the provisions of t ji ordinance,
has demonstrated that the business ,
hour when read its pays
By Check. Iui Ordrf, or ODe and Two Curt we first provisions be fined not exceeding twenty-five dollars -
J'o tae 8taap11. that it could not command [By telegraph.) in many instances exceeding the grower'swildest for each offence

CM Tear. ... ................................;ttA sufficient rotes to carry it through. JCPITEB Aug. 21t hope. Tliis ordinance shall become operative

till Month....................................1JIe Ten it might-have been Mr. John Henry of this place, can no upon being signed by the :Mayor, and

Three Moth................................ JMfflngle years ago Jupiter Inlet is satisfactorily open, doubt furnish facts.I after it shall have-been published furtive

Cof>y.................................... lie otherwise lor sectional schemes and Is quite a boon to our people. yon some interesting weeks.
and measures had fewer will ask him to do so and let you know and ordered In Council
Kent.any AddrcM la C.a.or Canada Prepaid opponentsthan The dimensions follows: Width Done open this
as
now and the "solid North" are the result. Of course you would not fail 14th day of August A. D. 1800.
the outride 00 feet with four feet of
on to all from Richardsand WALTER S. GBABAM,
Editor. .....................11". S. Gajjiin.AMocUMEdlUir against the "solid South" was still water; and Inside there is six feet of glean you can Capt. Chairman pro. tem.
others in liis vicinity who have had
something more than a mere myth.
&: Manager..C. H.WnroJr. water.A Approved this 14th day of August,
the last of that the longest practical experience.C. .
To-day vestige terrible boat out to A. D. 1800.Ut. .
passed
drawing 3)ft
struggle in which a former E. GBAv BCXJ. R. WILSON Mayor.
We do not bold nmelTC*rwpowlW*for the of sea on Monday, the 19th inst -
I>pIn"fJf our eurreBpaodeBt bat we claim generation our'countrymen con- The current is very strong at the.inlet.
l&e right to reject any eommunlcaUoB. tended is almost gone; the noblemen J.1.1:1a.D1
w : S'utoh Dr-ugs
Communication for rmblleaUaa mart to writ- who met in conflict a quarter : ,
tea plainly oa one Mile of the pain only,and What an Ex-Newspaper Man has Drayman.
rbntt..L, to every caM be a o iBMuiieil l.y the of a century ago do honor side by to Say. Hauling done at reasonable rates. Attend Patent Medicines
...
writer BUM and .dd" not necemarlljr forinbUcaUoa ,
side the bier who
at of those
bat tat guarantee of good faith. are all departing and meets all arriving -

being mustered out one by one To the Editors of ADVOCATE: trains. Elegant Perfumery and Toilet Articles
Orders left with G. B. Rumph or at
Jl TEHTISI>a RATES: from mortal service and as they
Being an ex-newspaper man I should ADVOCATE office will receive prompt
YEA. sit together and recount their
Ira many attention. Kept constantly on hand at

One Inch,.......................,tem experiences of camp life their know a good paper when 1 see it. Instead -

Two Inch........................ 159 wrinkled faces brighten as they of complimenting you on the typo J" B. Screven'sDRUG

Time inch...................... 20jM of the heroism of their leaders graphical beauty and bright and brainy J'. w. Rogers .

Fourteen*...................... KM speak "matter" of the EAST COAST ADVOCATE, I ,
Five Inch. or Quartet Col....... 30.00 and their cracked voices pipein DEALER IK CLOTHING STORE..

Half Column..................... HUM unison and harmony in eulogyof permit me to send something more sub

\\1IoIeColIUDJI...................loom "Le as well as "Grant." The stantial the shape of a check for two Gents. Furnishing Goods, Shoes Hats, Also, etc.Indian the. latest Newspapers Periodicals -

Tot MX Month,divide the yearly. rate by two bloody shirt is seldom waved in annual subscriptions. Caps, Umbrellas, Runts, Yalises
and add cenL.For ,
leper the hall. of Congress, and the day Wishing you' every success in the hardest FINE CIGARS Etc.
Months, divide the rate
Three yearly by
meanest, most TBAXKLERS labor-
four,and add JII per cent is not far distant when it will be The only house In town making a ape.

local AdrenlMineaU,.Tea Ceata Per Line furled forever. National legislation the newspaper busines-man ever engaged cialty of Gents. Furnishing Goods. River

Each Uaectkio. will not avail to control the In, Drop In and examine my stock, and

Paid Beading Matter art la "loot :Ii"'" race problem or question of suf- I am, your very truly: compare prices. .Cash customers com-
column. Five Cents Pre Une Each 11 ft't.kID. mand every consideration competitors
frage. In the South our social and
Advertisements claim State Bank
Legal at Legal Bate to confer.
10 ISM.
political conditions ,will be what Aug. ,
Ail the Above rate are for one edition per Call when convenient. First door ,
_II.JIIlliI. their environments make them, and south
of ADVOCATE office.
collected lIIo..hl,. time alone will correct-is correcting Care of the Teeth. Titusville, Florida.

Cheek etc.,may be made payable to "Graham -the ejrils that beset us. Destiny

& Walton." is shaping our future, and the Editor of ADVOCATE.
DIXON & GRAY INCORPORATED UxDEB TUB LAWS OF
bright dawn of a new is ,
day
uponus.
While no well bred person will ignorethe TIlE STATE OF FLORIDA..
We who live beneath the Dealer In
Address all enannnnlcatkms to advantages in keeping the teeth clean Authorized Capital... .. ... $100,000

EABT COAST ADVOCATE.TmIVILLE southern sky though not to the and thereb.lnsuring their preservationand DrugS, Chemicals, Perfumery, Toilet Paid-up Capital .... .... ... ... $23,000

manner born, with few exceptions comeliness, thlreare comparativelyfew Articles, Fine Soaps Stationery 44
FLOVDA.P. are fully satisfied with the evolution A General Banking BtulneM Transacted.
.O. ibK,E2.JTTM who take the trouble to do so, and JEWELRY
that is from -
taking place natural
: of those who make pretense of brushingthe SPECTACLES & JAMES AnrrcriAnn, President;
and view with mis-
causes, teeth many do it but once a day, SEWING MACHINES.: W. B. .BAUSETT; Vice-President;

Indian River Lodge, Xo. 00, Free and giving those measures which are and choose the morning instead of the Guns, Pistols, Sewing: Machines and W. M. BKOWX, Cashier.

Accepted :Maons hold their meetingson launched from time to time by dem- evening. In this way the food that has Machinery Repaired. Watches, Clock Directors: James Pritchard, W. B.
and. extremists for the and Jewelry a Specialty. Barnett J. H. Durkee W. S. Grahamand
the KitiKAV on or before Full )Moon agogues lodged about the teeth during the day ,
at 730 p. m., in Maitonlc Hall, in the Indian purpose of hastening the work nat- School Book and School Supplies. W. M. Brown.
has the best chance
River Stale Bank building. Titus- ure is doing so well. The of possible to do its Subscriptions taken at publisher's prices Every Favor COboltent with, Conservative
cry
alarm mischief through fermentation thus for Newspapers, Books, :Magazines, etc. Banking Eztended.
villa.Visiting that has risen from
brethren are cordially invited Birmingham forming a powerful acid Indirect contact Prescriptions carefully compounded at Correspondents : Seaboard National
to attend. Chattanooga and Atlanta Bank, New York; National Bank of
with them to soften the enamel and pro- any time, day or night. 1
S. II. RAT cannot be Jacksonville.
Secretary. disregarded the citizens
;
*.g .'-___ ___,_ *_ i__ L \ duce incipient decay. The fact is the
Jonei'11 )I UDELl., W. 31.
UJ amrvee coming inuufinai centres
teeth should be brushed after each meal,
are as bright and cultured and as
CHIUCII NOTICK8. but if circumstances render it impoiwible EDWARD STILING.
capable of judging what is best for ALBERT TAYLOR.
to perform the duty only once a day it
IIAITWT CllfBCIf. their interest as those of Boston or
rrrvMnf every .'.. ttunday at tl a.m. and and needs no further argument to show thatit
Chicago it would
be
extreme
V4 p. .... .......Ia) MriMml every Sunday at 4 p.mlrajr should be done before retiring at night. STILING &
_dill;etcry Thursday at 7S p.m. presumption for the leaders of a Another misapprehension exists as to TAYLOR
Itr. A. It. Cuiics.rwtor.CATHoUC .
political party to prescribe a reme- the of ,
use dentifrices. People will
dy for conditions about which pay
they
CIII'BCH. high prices for the different preparations

M_and tvnium at 16 o'clock a. u. Sundaytoonjittj know personally nothing againstthe of sold under COCOA INDIAN RIVER
at iu.onlc ball.Ker. I protest of those who must be soap captivating names, or FLORIDA

Father(YR wt.t.ruUir.IT resort to the use of salt; charcoal, cigar .
subjec to its and
irritating impossible a

ashes
or even soda their
-- - --- -- through ignorance
$. probable that Col. Goodrich provisions.The of the irritating and deleterious DEALERS IX

trill be selected the best blood of the is r
a* opponent of North effects of there agents just because some

'General Bullock in the next Congressional mingling with that of the South. mischievous article
newspaper or some
content. The press of The northern maiden is a thing of thoughtlesn Paints Hardware
person knowing nothing
the State-andean-daily the Times l beauty to the southern youth ; and about the danger of such things happens ,

;UnUm-m-rn inclined to view the the sunny daughters of the south to recommend them. It is much the

pvwni oorupintof Gen. liullock'B' are us captivating to the robust, safer plan to ask advice in such mattersof StoYes

seat A* a miller weak competitor active sons of New England. Thownt'f some intelligent dentist, and even ,." .

But MII indiridual who shows such of worn-out farms are leav- there caution is
required that a blundering
remarkable skill in appropriating ing the home of their fathers and is Tinware &
quack not appealed to In place ofa Agateware
a sent may develop like ability in set king a new one in the marvelous man of discretion. ,

holding IKJII6t! 81un. Southland; the capitalist is comingto OXK: WHO Kxows. PLLMBERS' A
MILL SUPPLIES, OILS, GLASS &
build the railroads that are needed PUTTY TABLE

TUB plan proposed for loaning and to erect furnaces where '
Culture.
Pineapple
money io the people at two per cent mineral wealth Is fabulous and to Jfc POCKET CUTLERY, BARBED WIRE, WIRE NETTING -

AS ftdvptMited by *>t. Clair Abrams . .. t
convert: cotton into cloth in the The
following extract from
Jn the 'Pilnes.Unlon of a private
a recent .t WIRE
field CLOTH.
where
it blooms. The i letter _
country received from our esteemed friend
date, way upon .first reading, appear
leasable but careful ("onild.r.1a.t1nu I devastated by war, once crushed E. C. Grave, of Melbourne Beach, expresses
and blasted has I
passed throughthe
hill convince the thoughtful' our own views so fully on pine

that the very happy state of af- tide fire reaction has set in, the apple culture, that we take the libertyof
of immigration has become
:lairs found to prevail in the ,.twentlrth a Inserting It in our paper. We hope to
Edward flood and our section occupies a have articles on the subject from Mr. :
century by Bellamy
prominent place in the Nation. We
Graves, Capt. Richards and other
Jn "Looking )Backward might bemade practical -
are an essential and o
a reality without more effort important part men at an early date and when it

than would be the of the national structure interwoven has been thoroughly treated we shall 0
to
necessary put and cemented in a thousand differ. .....
tbeorle of the Tavaret orator into conclude the subject with our own views.

Successful and satisfactory execution ent ways by indissoluble ties. Political "Every man ,here, and some of the

measures and party schemes ladies too have been
busy for the past ten
may cause temporary friction but
days setting out
pineapple
slips, and I
THE article published! in our last no blow can come to the South that will endeavor
to give you an item on that .
issue, entitled "Improved will fall
_L 9.. natfga.lion ... harmless- on. the North. Industry for Your next lune.
on inuittJi Jiiver," Mien appeared we Have powerful friend. at Court.

in the Star Public >Spirit and Mel. The Standard Oil monoply with its has Permit never mete been shown suggest In that its this subject light Doors Sash Blinds Brick

bourne News. Tbi wa. a surprise palatial hotels cannot afford to have by of proper ,
any our
Don't
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to u* a* we supposed It was intended the prosperity of Florida interrupt papers. yon think ,
it would be
an Interesting subject to
exclusively: for our columns ed. Ham Disston.as he i. famil give

and we would not hare acriflcedo iarly called by his thousands of you an Idea of the magnitude this industry Lime & Cement
Is aMuming la this Shingles & Lath.Guns
much space In OUT flrt issue If political henchmen in Philadelphia vicinity would .

we bad known the publto would is too much interested In the Kis-, say, taking the territory on the Peninsula .

hue had such abundant opportunity immee valley to for three mile each aide of this Ammunition
permit of its development place? I think and Fishing Tackle of all
it kinds.
to, enjoy Its perusal ea wbere. being retarded. safe to say that two Ship Chandlery Good,
The wide Stetson years ago there were not over Cause Doors, Cook Stoves and
twenty-five
publicity given the work the great hatter is proud of the thousand Ranges Gasoline Stoves, Coins and Caskets

done by the dredges during the University at DeLand that bears plants set By the end of this ; ARTESIAN WELL PIPE a
season there will be specialty. Lawn Mowers
put has the not leas than a Ice
year appearance of bU name, and will say a good word quarter

method about it, and may hareM If need be for the South ; and even above of a limits.million plants growing Inside the Cream Freezers; Brick Lime Cement and Chimney Pipe;

>me significance. We shall look : the notorious Quay who owns a Not only that bat, provided Flag and Boating; Table and Pocket

Into the matter and give the publicour few acre at St. Lucle would the slips CAB bot obtained la time Cutlery
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views when not i, there will be close on to one hundred t Fresnal Side Lights Mouldings etc. etc
we can get around II want to be in bad prior when he I'thousand ,, ,
to it. more set Down
the
comes to our beautiful river In river Catalogues. sample cards sad tin flats seat tree .
Urge numbers are being planted also. fm application CorTwpocuUae ad sadsaturates
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" ?RIOT NEWS. Lower Brcvnrd. 'roceedlngs of the Democratic 3rd Atkinson :20|, Norwood 20$:. 23th ballot Atkinson 2(11, Norwood .

,I- 'comity Convention. 4th Atkinson :20}, Norwood 20}. IU, Penny 1, Talker 2. .

5th Atkinson 2t>}, Norwood,20}. The convention then adjourned until y
e 2 p. m. The opinion seems at this hour
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Itis 1\111118. C. T. McCarty and Elias Matter are on Oth Atkinson 28|,Norwood 20J:,Chaf- that tho nomination will be referred ,

a business trip to Tltusvillc> WEDNESDAY. 'eel. back to the primaries. This should .)
1> Carlile fortunate to kill
) v. was 7th Atkinson 27K Norwood 18$, Chaf- rive Jr'ncrnlllatlllfl'lIon. nil It will sue- \' "
Marran and Chaffee the Tho Convention called to order at
JMty'large deer in the hammock just are pushing was
fee 1, Geiger 2, Buixh fluid! 0. esafnlly ascertain, the choice of tho J>cot'apf. ,
or 1ii here, last Monday. the; pineapple Industry. They will set 11 a. m., last Wednesday, by D. L. Gaul- 8th Atkinson 27|, Norwood 1'OJ:, Arch- I'le. :

25,000 this season. den, Esq. and organized by electing N. bald 1, ChafCco 1. N, N Penny made an exv"client ,
[SST'JfcE. Gale, conductor on the Jupl- N. Penny, of Canaveral: as temporary (lthtklnllon Norwood chairman, nnl l succeeded in tilling) this
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t, lec&Lake Worth Railway, was in town We have a well organized and. largely- I.mlce unenviable position with credit. \
chairman. E. B. Wager of the Star : 3.
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7 ek visiting Mrs. Gray. attended Sabbath School. Convenes at The delegates will be h'nlh'I'I'IllImp- '
I 10 a. m. each Sabbath at Baywood Cot. and W. S. Graham, of the. ADVOCATE, 10th Atkinson 2J,, Norwood. 1PJ, per at the Indian River: Hotel to-nlglit. '
lWe; | pleased to see Mr. Jim Mitchell were selected to act as secretaries of the Swain 2.
i11nt tage. Tho convention then attjOU1ll.'dlntll DECISION OF RAILROAD COI! MISSION. '
.... '1igaln. He has had a severe at- convention.On 2 .t' .
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liAila grippe, but Is now rapidly 1mIff The professional: politician is abroad motion of M. S. Jones committee p. in.The ty.,
""- convention convened 2 p. in., The attorneys for the F.l\Mt (.'unit Transtortatlon
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In midst. know
our We will more aboutIt on credentials, contesting of one member
And balloting was resumed with tow fold Co. }have received a copy of tho '
Ies fJIVilliam Ballard was In town last "when the huily-burly done; when from each precinct was appointed by the owing result! decision rendered by tho 1C. IL Commission ", ",
.." f<,; the battle Is lost chair. In the "
or won. II'lllwrUle
11th b: lIot. Atkinson 271 Norwood cane ar that body -\
fey. It 1* his intention to plant out ,
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a few weeks at !
The committee was as follows: Haul- 21. ago TitiiHvllle. The de- "
ijve. in hammock. Harry Robertsnd The St. Lucle River country is enjoy clxlon IH favorable to the ,
over John n. Vann II. A. 12. .Atkinson 25: | Nojwood 21. new lino as far '
to it for him. Ing a healthy and steady growth, and i Is ; LaGrange, AS It KOCH, but tilt Commission. ctnto that
Atkinson
Carlile Titusuille M. S. Jones Canaveral 13. 2(1}, Norwood 2I: $-
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becoming more widely known by its : they no power to control through
pro. 14. Atkinson 2Ut() Norwood 23$.
"3- srs. Myers & Rocker are busily en- ducts bananas and pineapples., C. P. Honeywell; City point, R. A. 15. Atkinson 2(1( },, NI'rwooc12:11: rate when the route covered bt partly! by
!clearing the fifteen acres that wasjiitiy Hardee; Rockledge, J. F. Wooten; Eau 10. Atkinson 2U< } Norwood 221. rail and partly by water. In other

purchased from the Warren e sGrandma S 3ger received a pleasant Gallic, J. T. Snell; Merritt, A., J. Whit- 17. Atkinson 20}<, NOI'woo.I2:1i.: words, that If tile J. T. & K., W. Ry. Co.
|i Rocker Bros. of Savannah G birthday recognition from her childrenin 18 Same result. charge tho Indian River btonmbont Co.
sy lock; Melbourne, John Henry; Malabar,, hundred '
class ,
"I) from
II- 'i. thelr intention to plant It in ae Allentown, Pa. A large box put ian u R. C. Cicech; Narrows, II. II. Archibald 10 .Atkinson 25}, Norwood 23: }, Renekerl. Jacksonville\ to TltuHvllle on' or vice versa, r

f,with choice varieties of oranges, appearance, filled to overflowing with Sebastian, S. Hitching; Fort Pierce, E.Sumracrlin and charge the Kant 0. T. Co. 10 cent. '.
H.
as, etc. The land is eligibly situatiilng things-good to use, good to wear and ; Eden, C. E. Chaffee; Fort one W hour.Sharpo'Not carried.moved to adjoin for for tho hall samo service, then the (\Immlslon ,,-' 1

| between. the county road and good to eat. Drum, Joel W. Swain. The no power to prevent such discrimination. \ .. .
0The same gentleman moved to rescind It U evident that the power ,
,. ADVOCATE Is a very welcome addition The committee on credential hating the vote of till rooming .Reunion, which of the R. R. CommlHKlon: need enlargement -
V( retired to make their.report on motion granted tom committee on resolutions I and It In Incumbent upon our
ne parties who are Interested in a to the current, local literature oi t up ,
until 8 senator and I"
m.Thllullotlon'wa
p. representative wUh '
,..1.tract of land lying between the this section, and deserves every suppo rE. of Robert Morrow, the convention seconded In an able could call him by name-to grasp tho we +.

" ad Salt Lake propose to drain i It We trust that it may have a large sphereof I\ljournetl.\tntll two p. m. manner by H. B. Archibald, who urged matter thoroughly-put In some hard '.

,it road from the railway station usefulness, and meet with a full me miThe convention was called to order at the convention to adopt a' Illatlol'n10 lick at the next session of the legisla '
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.3or i place to Salt Lake. They Intend ure of success. Its advent at this timeis 2 p. m. and took recess for half an hour that the delegates might know what turn If we ever hope to have Nuccemtful !1
to allow the committee credentials banner they were fighting under. competition on the Indian river ',\
,lid a substantial bridge across the most opportune. We bespeak for the on

ad when completed, it will be one ADVOCATE a cordial welcome Into the further time. Carried by a vote of 25 to 24}. The following protest- wan filed by the

finest roads in South Florida; homes of our people. At 2:30 said committee appeared and Another ballot was then taken, whichresulted attorney of the East Count Transportation + .

' probability of Its being continued'IutUan reported that there were fifty-two delegate as' follows.: Atkinson 27} Nor Company as noon an tho decision "".,
A recent tour..of the pineapple region. wood ,211. WaR received. d, I
00 '< River terminating, at Bal- from Fort Pierce to Ilobe- Sound- shows elected to the convention, forty- It Wing plain that no progress was Now come-the Bunt Coast. Trnnspor-. #f

)landing; and perhaps it may be a very largo addition to the nine with one vote each and three of the being) made or likely to bu inado, Mr. tton Company, by Robbins A Graham, /
+I 0( acreage.
1 aad pluited in shade trees. Who delegates represented one-third of a vote Swain moved that the several candidates I it. attorney, and enter Its protest ; .
.r1.... "ri? 50,000 at Fort Pierce, 282,000 at Ankona, each from LaGrange. A minority reportwas he invited to apiKiUr and address the con against tho deeUlon rcmlort'd In tho a
250,000 at Eden, and enough below to vention. Carried. above stylud cause on the 14th day of '
also made but that the
make the number a round million. Few providing After a recess of a few minutes, several August, A. I). 1MK, on tho following !

Eau Gallie.I people are aware of the Importance, ex four regularly elected delegates from of the candidates being present, they grounds to-wit:
tent or profitableness of this industry. LaGrange have the right to cast the four were 'called-upon. )[esllrll. Geiger, R. A. 1st. Becaiuo Milil dcrlxlon does not '

er.B.. Returns this have been votes of that precinct; but] after.a short lardee, J. Swain, Goo.) M. Nubbins and complainant from the discriminating I'I'rullovo
season flat
very rates
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discussion ,1. B. Archibald made 1few brief remarks complained of in plulntitt'spetitian. -
im mosquitoes, lovely days and cool the majority, on motion of .
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tering. They are still netting $7.00 and when the two lending candidate .
ngs. Who would' live In Floi Ida.R. upward per crate. It must bo borne In Robert Morrow, was adopted. The temporary appeared.) Mr. Atkinson addressed I :2nd.;: Derail Maid dec.Ittlon doe not 1.

Ive organization was made permanentby the convention, assuring them that he require' defendant\ to desist front further
W. Goude and family, fromourne mind that wo arc far'enough south to : I
a unanimous vote. Moved by M. S. was natltttlod the Railroad Communion charging wharfage. I
ill were pleasant callers in enjoy perfect Immunity from
our injurious Jones that the convention until was benefit to tho State, and that he 3rd. IlccniiHo tho joint rate'In.. tho '
adjourn
of cmentJ.wt week. frosts. There Is a steady demand for would oppose its abolishment, and It J. T. & K. W. Ry. Co. it*divided betweenthe '

itr pineapple lands, and many lcR have recently ten o'clock, Thursday, but after slight need be advocate the enlargement of Its said company and the I, R.; S.: I). Co., I '
County Commissioner McMillanettgagod been made at fine figures. The opposition the motion was withdrawn. powers; and that hu would support Senator l In In effect the equivalent of a charge: ofa
at present Kinking an arttwianforMr. Moved by M. S. Jones that the convention Call as a candidate for ie-eleo local with rebate to tho I. R. S. ]l. Co \
Frank Houston. impression has gone abroad, without adopt the two-third rule tlon unless that gentleman' case Hummed and 1 J. an much an unjust discrimination
foundation, that no land could be obtain agreed to a hopeless condition, when he w ouldIMS as would be unit rebate. I,
Y l* rumored that our old friend, Dr. ed for less than $100 per acre. We know unanimously. compelled srt some other wor- 4th. Because tho purpose of the law "

) gene Bralnerd will Moon be here, and of much good land, river fronts, In the Nomination being in order, Joel W. thy man. Ho closed\ by Inviting the convention I I. to open) the water way' of the Stato I;
nts\ida Swain of Fort Drum to to him that to (romM.'tltIon| and the decision tho
put qiteitUoiiH
to remain permanently with us.ocxi vicinity of Ankona that be presented tho lion any dot I
1 can bought I
l wished. commission docs not give It that, effect
they
( Doc. W. S. Norwood* a candidate for / ,
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at $-30 per acre. The same may be true representative Mr. Norwood also spoke In the same Inanmuch ait it allow a 1(1( cent local

THie pineapple business on tho pent n- elsewhere. Recent sales'here have ranged ; and D. R. Dickinson, of Rock tenor, saying that no otto uould doubt plus a whaifago charge, whlcli together ,.

AthM Aide seems to bo on the boom. Uapt.adden from $43 to fro unimproved.. lodge, presented the name of II. F, Atkinson -. his position regard to tho Railroad! amount for freight dullvervd tu a competing -
Eiq. This nomination was ably Commission or Senator Call. lino at Tltuvlll, to n* much aa
is expected back tliU seconded by M. K. Jones, and the eloquent Tbe! convention then adjourned until the through; rate from Jacksonville ta
with another schooner-load of. Agricultural Statistics for I1re'urI1 word of the 9 p, m. on down the river points, making competition
Judge brought forthan
r mi i>AY.Convention an ImpOHHlblUty.5th. .
\ Cltlllty.Tethe appeal of a similar character In called! to older at 0 a. m.. Because the statute should bo-
W. II.JI. Gleason has just return behalf of Mr. Norwood from Mr. Swain. when the committee on resolution submitted liberally construed In favor of Its object,

'a three weeW trip to Jupiter, Editor EAST COAST ADVOCATE:: )[. S. Jones moved that the vote be the following report, which wa competition; while the construction given
without It U. MO narrow a* to make It
adopted Impoiisl-
opposition:
met he Las been engaged in surveying The following Ktatistlcs of product cast by precincts; but after objection on IIKKOI.UTIO.V.' ble for competing line to avail themselves 3

i ilM and attending tu other business grown and acres of land under cultivation the part of II. B. Archibald and others, Be It resolved by the Democracy of of tho benefit it wu designed to ; '

re. Will "is on the go" all the with amount of live stock in this this motion was withdrawn. Brevcrd county, in convention assembled confer.

county, may be of Interest to your read- Moved, that the Chairman appoint tellers : ROBMIKN A GIIAUAV.Ncnrsnanei' .
1st That we re-aflirin tho platform of'
['are glad to hear, through friends, era.-W. R. SASPKUS. and' S. F. TravU, of Cocoa; and principle adopted by the late Democratic :Nauman'stSobscription

'e airs. Knapp ban almost.recovered Corn: acres, 107; busbelllI8.):;. Oats: 'John Henry, of Melbourne, were selectedto State Convention at Ocala, and which .

3 slier recent illness. It la her inten- acres, 10; bushels, 230; value 13300. act in tliU capacity. in turn were affirmed by the late Democratic

Sweet potatoes: acieaOT bushel The first ballot resulted as follows Congressional Convention' Of the
return here early this fall and ; \ 6,328; ; Second District of Florida.
i a fine retildence on her property on value, 2219. Sugar cane acre 33; II. F. Atkinson 30 and I: W. S. Nor- :>nil-Tliat we mOlt heartily xrulnnu

river. we win ue giau co welcomUck e, barrels syrup, 104; value 2,720. Rice: wood, 19 and { votes; 'necessary to a the union effected blu'h platform-between

to this community again. acres, 4; bushels, 130; value, $140.00 choice, 33 and t vote. the Former Alliance, the Fruit Agency. if x: ;

Field Peas: acres, 25; bushels 230; value The LaGrange precinct voted four and Grower Association and the Democratic
salutatory number of the E. C. A. party of Florida, and pledge TIn PIONEER AGENCY.
.OO. | for Norwood and of our-
U-a Hay: acres 10; Tons 10; value } a vote for At selves to further and
# hand In perpetuate the
o all its freshness
of well
$t8 n editorial and Interesting news pound of honey, 22,575; value $1,620. Immediately after the first ballot the -That we endorse the administration For term and sample copies address'

K h s been much admired, and the prom Irish potatoes: acres 21; bushel, 618; Convention adjourned until 10 a. m. on of public affair by public official CHAS. II. NAU3IAX, TiTV viLte P. O.,
ire t f enhance Its scope will doubtles* everywhere a* faithful and honest. BrevanI
value 1326. Cabbage: acre, 18; bar- TUtWIDAY. 4th That ruunty Fla. 1
we endorse
the
bringyplenty of gubHcriber We hope ..., __ ___ _.. .. .appointment. .. .. I e-
rots, 1,808 value $1,406. Tomatoes: The Convention came to order at"the ... u.n..n.... .II'n..."" .'. U. P.l4.' nlillrOI\ll u U
.D e,. t flourish for many a year to acre, Wi; boxes 3,239; value $7,483. Egg appointed hour Thursday morning.E. inlwloner, and pledge our representative oru- J. M. Sunders ,S Co., rp

-, Aome. plant: acres, 50; barrels, 295;value, $06:$. W. Hall requested to be released Its to sustain the Commission shall and to extend Dealer in t
power a* far a* be
:> 'Wed are informed that aa extensive Cucumbers: acre, 1; crates, 20; value, from acting*proxy for W. F. Dixon, for the protection of the people.necessary

__Jttr of real estate ha been made
llvinJn Kansas City. The $120.00. English peat acres, 16; crates, transferred to Z. Dixon. expend and unsatisfactory and we ,

t le situated in this and Melbourne 148; value, $202.00. Strawberries: acre Moved by M. & Jones that a committee recommend its repeal or amendment. CROCKERY,

JJwtwblps* and contain about 1,500 acre 1; quart, 400; value, 4300.00. Bean: of three be appointed to frame resolution ded 6th-That a* to allow the the School patron Law of be the*o school amen- SADDLERY

f*t4Iieve it U the Intention o/ presentpurchaser acre, 87; crate, 8,082; value, $11,833. !. to elect their teacher.. STATIONERY,

to cultivate a part of same Orange: bearing tree,54,817;nonbearing II. B. Archibald amended the same by 7th-That we recommend some reformation FAMILY MEDICINES, +

ent we are not at liberty to men- tree, 174,961; boxes 77,067; value, making the number five the In the of.taxation.**..men' of property for GARDEN SEEDS.

C $174,484 Lemon: bearing tree, 530; Amendment accepted, and the follow 8th-That purpose we pledge ourselves to CHOICE OUOCEIUIIIAY' ,

J.dt. .es.E.. M. Hedgson was the first non-bearing tree, 11,540; boxes, 198; ing committee were appointed: port with all our might the nominee cup- CORN, MAPE8FERTILIZERS,

ent in this settlement to .lW eribeur" value $473.00. Lime: trees, 482;boxes, M. 8. Jon, A. W. Ilardee J. Swain, of the Democratic party, from Congreman **- FINE PATENT FLOUR. t
to Constable.ltespeeUully. Ooooa
50; value $100.00. Grape fruit: tree, 6i; H. a Archibald and A. L. Faber.U. :D"1or1d.a.
new paper. Roll up boy, and uemltted,
barrel,.26i value $53.00. Pineapple: B. Archibald afterward
wu
excused
i to the 11111088. Jon
your subscription Aovolt ,
\ i* only three cent week number, 4)04,750; value, $00,40L Banana by request, and John henry, of Chairman. ffODUONBROS.
per *: bunebe 81,603 value Ul1. Mango Attest: Joule HKHBY
; Melbourne was substituted In his place. ,
that
t.idng It by the We learn
. year. tree, 830. Cocoanut tree, 426. Alligator The Convention then Secretary, .
adjourned for 30
PR, W. Andrew the first nbr
wa M. 8. Jones
pear tree.21fl. Hone:no., 170; minute to allow the committee on'revolution gave notice that lie wobld General Merchants
from Melbourne and wa elooely introduce a revolution at 9 m.
p. provid
value Mole ,
$12,000. : no., 53; value to frame their
report. tag that the nomination be
by Major C. E. Grave. Dir.uy referred
and othen.x $4,710. Stock cattle: no., 6,9'UallM, Upon reassembling the commute were back to the primarie Some remark Eau Gallie Fla.

28261. Hop: no.. 1083; value 11,117. granted until 840: p. .... to submit their having been made reflecting upon the > f
f the above wa In type, we are Chicken minority II, B. Archibald and
I : no, 4,606; value 11mI report. rose eloquently IIDJAIEIYEB, Hi f
I to defended
acknowledge a subscription the position of that
Turkey: no.. 14; value $17.00 Mitch The
i of Melbourne'* prominent mere I convention then proceeded to bal- contingent, comparing it to the Demo I Groceries, Fancy Fruit., Choke Teas, 1
.cow:, no., 406; value fl,333; gallon of lot for representative with following eratie aIde of the American Congre
Coffees Spice, Food Product tto.8tea
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C. J. Ueotor and alto fromtler ,
; milk, 64.369; value, $13,170; pound of result: Balloting for '. wa then .

... the teemed proprietress butter, 4SOOialue, 11,2d8. Eggs told Ut AUrliuo m, Norwood 81 reamed with the following result: ------ .H'. /

eutler Hotel, Eaa GaDie. tad oed, 30,459 do*; value, $10,440. 2nd AtiinonK>f, Norwood 20*,. Chafed Atkln 1 27}, Norwood lb}, Parker 2, or Bail Boat for Charter by tb.o

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" POPULAR: SCIENCE.> ,:

u i"' Ob, lift up your Iaserate4 soul In crown, anA lifted scsptro, and tranwnjollo I FOOD F!SllIONS.rnums ., \..
1tLv. DUe TAL 1A.GE. prayer. and you will get omnipotent co ,,- throne.
fort I do not know in what words the Then ts another charactorlstto about Ai their usual degree of Inflation the

soothing Influence my coma, bat I know that bread, and that Is, you never get tired of it. CONSIDERED tWWT TO lungs contain about a gallon of.alr.
for especial grief there I* especial deliver There are people here seventy years of age '
AGO.
BROOKLYN VINE'S SUNDAY who find it EAT NOT LONG: color white pasteboard tho'color of
ance. I give you two or three r.\"WI\t": "s; try just as appropriate for their ap- To
SEItD>PN.tifect th"mon; take that which best tits year saute petite as they did when, In boyhood, their (either, soak in solution of copperas and
"Whom the Lord lovetb, Ha ctmtonecb;*' mother cut slice ot it clear around the loaf, tom sloes''Thought Tolsonons Celery then in ammonia.If .
"All things work together 1\II'roo\ to t'toss You have nod got tire( of bread, and that is Weed-The Use
: "Tho food In GoU's Gospel.1 who love Uod." "Weeping my endure for A a characteristic the UospiU Old Christian Looked' on as a muscle be detached from }

night but joy cometh In the morning.; I man, are you tire of Jesus It so, let ni of Cranberries, Asparagus of a, recently killed dog, this isolate
know there are those who when they try to take His nam out of our Bible, and let us ; and Cauliflower. to do '
[ TEn "And the manna eeeued on tht comfort people, always bring the same state with pen anti ink erase that name whereverwe muscle may be made work.

arrow after they had eaten of the old corn sentiment about the usefulness of trial. Instead see it. Let ns cast it out of our hlmno- ft is well known that moths anti Jratterfliei .
food
< the {and."-Joshua v., 12. of bringing up a new plaster for n logy, and let "There is a Fashion changes In articles of as off odors either from the
give
new wound, and fresh manna for frenli of Ages" go Into forgetfulnesS. Let well as in styles of dress though not so
I Only those who bays had something to doth hunger they rummage their haversack to n* tear down the communion table where we What were considered wings or the hinder end of tlje body.In .

tho cotnmisdarlat of an army know find some crumb of old consolation, when celebrate His love. Lot us dash down the quickly perhaps. the of automat!lV movements of
that a Job it 1s to feed and clothe five or six from horizon to horlson the ground white baptismal: bowl where we were consecrated to poisonous products of the earth not so case

undred thousand men. Well, there Is such was ma now ratten! manna of God's help not Him. Latnshnrl Joins from our heart and many years ago are now highly relishedin the muscles the electro-motor may be the
Ihost as that marching across the dMort.bey five minutes old I ask some other hero to come In. Let ns soy, this city.Among spinal cord, but where movements are

an cut oft from all army supplies But after fourteen thousand sit: hun ire t "Go a "friend I want another companion the things reputed to be poison. the result -volition the electro-motor is
hers are no rail traius bringing downor consecutive days of falling nun na--Yunlaye another than Thou art." Could you "
blankets. Shall they perish excepted: the manna ceased. Suniof tlu n do It? The rears of your past life, aged man, not long ago was the tomato, which was the brain. c

0. The ford comes from heaven to thee were /glad of it. You know they ha I co.ii- would utter a protest against it and the known to the Indians by the name of Tho common sweet-william, the
and He tenches the shoes and the plainel to their leader and lar that graves of your Clirlstian dead would charge
won tomate. Farmers looked on it as unwholesome woods of France where it is indigenous
j which in a year or two would have they bad: to eat manna install or onlo.... you with being an ingrate, and your lltUagraa.lchlldiMn ,
i worn to rags and tatter., and they ba- Now the fare is change Tho ) people In would say: "'Grandfather, and cut it down whenever It has smallish blood-red flowers, withoutany

_e stormproof and tlmeproof so that! that army nndarforty yeirsot ajj hid never don't do that.! Jesus Is the one to whom wa appeared above ground. It is within the of that beautiful variety common tot

tier forty years of wearing the costs nn"be seen a corn Cel, and now, whet they boar nay our prayers at night, and who Is to open memory of men not )'otold that it made [ in gardens.The .
i shoes are as good as new. Besides that the leaves rustling and see the taueis waving heaven when we die. Grandfather, don't do '
ery morning t.berll. a shower of bread, anti the billows of \tf'OIIfiGwluZ over the that.: Tire of J sml The Burgundy rose its appearance in the markets and groceries mineral called tints or brazbltna,

soar or soggy, for the rising of that plain as the win touohed then it uimt h"v j fair pluck from the garden In not" fresh and to any extent. discovered in Bahia furnishes an oil
ad Is made In heaven and celestial fin- bean a new and lively saasitton. "CornPcrlodthaoid and beautiful Tire 1 of Jesus As well The first fashion of eating the tomatowas just ,
ten have mixed It and rolled it into ball, man, a. he opened an oar. got weary of the spring morning and the .with cucumbers similar to petroleum, a paraffiie suitable
light, flaky and sweet, as though they were "Cora I" cried the children, ai they countedthe voices of the mountain! runnel, auT the quiet raw as a salad sliced for the manufacture of candles and a
the crumbs thrown out from a heavenly shining grain "CornT shouts tin of your ou home, and the gliUna of your and onions. Then it was' found to bo good lubricating oil.
nqnet. Two batches of bread made every vanguard of the host* theyj ant open the own children. Jesus is Iweud, anil the appetite -< excellent ,stewed then New York cooks .
pay In the upper mansion-one for those who granaries of tile affrlghtal population, the for that is never obliterated.Do it and in other The first thing to be noted about muscular
it
U at the table with the King, and t.hlotber granaries n\t nat been ten la the P3lMIIUI\ not talk to me about a man .being devised baking frying exertion is the fact that a muscle
or the marching Israelites in the wilder- Df the victorious Israelites. Than tbs fire dlubtrulaoout the doctrines of grace. lies ways fixing it for the table. It is now' contractile

a. was kin lie,I, and the ears of corn were thrust not doubtful to lime at all. Bread Is bread, regarded by city physicians as one of the possesses Individuality
I do not very much pity the Israelites for Into It, and, fresh anal crisp ant tender were and I know it the moment I sea It. I had a healthiest fruits than cat bo eaten, the power peculiar to itself and independentof
lie fact that they had only manna to eat. davoure of the hungry victors; ant bred dwas cornfield which I cultured with my own any nervous stimulus.
It was, I suppose, the best food ever provided. prapared and many things that can ba hand. I Ud not auk once In all the sunnier: acid Contained in it being especially beneficial .
I know that the ravens brought made out of flour regaled the appetites that "Is this corn?" I did not hunt up the: Agricultural for poor digestion. It is largely Sheet iron is rolled so thin at the Pitts-

[food to hungry Elijah but I should not so had been sharpened by the ion; miroli. to get a picture corn. I was born impregnated with iron.A burg (Penn:) mills that 12,000 sheets are
eU have liked those buck waiters, Rather "And thi manna ceased on the morrow in sight of acarnfleldaiidl know all about had to make inch of thickness.
said that he a single
dealer in tomatoes required
ould I have the fare that came down every after they had. eaten! ot the old darn of the it. when theca Israelites carne to Canaan
ning in buckets of dew-clean, sweet, land." and looked ore upon tho fields the cry was: sold thousands of dollars' worth of the Light shines as readily throughone

I provided edible. But now the Israelites I "Corn I corn r' And It a man has once tasted fruit, yet he considered it a queer product of these sheets as it does through ordinary

have taken the lost bit ot it in their BIl be God, wa stand In fait such a of this heavenly brats I he knows it right and often wondered where it had tissuo paper.
ngorn, and put the last delicate morsel of it field today, the luturlant grain, coming away lIe can tell this corn of the gospel ,
to their lips. '!'heylook out, and there is no above the girdle the air full of the 'elate: of Canaan from "the chat which the wind its origin. Certain moths, as the parent of thf

-janna. Why this cessation of heavenly the ripe old com of tho gospat Caniaa. driveth away." I blow Gad so many have The fruit is described as a plant of the common red and black "boar" caterpillar

arrived It was because the Iiraelites had "Oh r1 you say "the faro is too plain." Then found this Uospol corn. It is the bread of deadly night shade family. It was and of the laH-marsh'caterpillar,
[ in Canaan, and they smelled the I remember you will soon get tlrel ot a fanciful whlc'.i, it a man eat, he shall never hunger.I ,
breath, of the harvest fields, and diet. While I wa In Paris I liked for awhile sat the gladness of your soul to the tunas ot originally a distinctly South American have a retractile organ wnicb, when

{the crowded barn of the country the rare and exquisite cookery, but I "Ariel"crud "Antloch." I ring the wedding product. It :was cultivated long before thrust out, throws off a strong odor

en thrown open to them. All the soon wished I was hems again: and bai the bells, for Christ and your soul are marrie I, the discovery of this country in Mexico somewhat like laudanum. -
(inhabitants bad fled, and In the name of the plain food ot m v native land. 80 It i. a fAct and there is no powar on earth or ia hell to
I Lord of host, the Israelite took possessionof ems we soon weary of Taa slrupj suet fat get out lottars of divorce:neat and Peru. In England where it was A new,substitute for sulphate of quinine -

everything. Well, the threshing floor is custards and the .foam of the fanciful But alas for the famine struck I Enough imported as an exotic, according to Eng- has been found by M. Valude la the
cleared, the corn is mattered over it, theoxen: religionists and vXj cry: "Give ns plain corn, yet it seems you.have no sickle to out lish authority, it was called golden!
the a
bark of
I are brought around in lazy and perpetual broad mule. out ot the old corn of the gospel It, no inn to grind It, no lira to b"ki it, no apple while in France it is called love panbotano, leguminous
circuit until the corn is loose then tree of Mexico. Either the aloholictincture
trampled ; Canaan. This is the only food that can appetite to eat it. Starving to death when
it Is winnowed with a fan, and it Is ground quell the soups hunger. the Plata Is golden with a imjaiQoaat: harvest apple. or a preparation obtained bj
land It is baked, and, lot there is enough There are men here who hardly know what I The marketmen .and dealers know
marceratlon has remarkable in ferci
I bread for all the worn out hoit. "And, the is the matter with them. trialto effect
I Thayhavo I roJeaom: thirteen miles h sat the Alexander little about the origin of celery, which '
manna ceased on the morrow after they had cases. -
get together a fortune and larger account a large utoA'mhlp that was baa ltal
|eaten of the old corn of the land." at the bank and to get Investment yielding near 8juthimptoii, L. I. It was a splendid formerly they would hardly touch but Dr. that
through a
Luys seeing
I From among the mummies of Egypt and larger percentages. They are trying to satisfy vassal. I walked ur> aul down the decks which now they handle in great quanta says
{Canaan have been brought grains of corn, their soul with a diet ot mortgages and ant ia the cabins I s rid: "What a pity that ties, shipped to them from immense closed door is possible to a hypnotized i
[exactly like our Indian corn, and recently stocks. There ar i others hero who have been this vessel should go to plflaw, or ba lying person. The optic nerve acquires such
West.
I farms in the Like the tomato it
planted, they have produced the same kind trying to got famous, and have SXiooeedad to hers idla." Tha coast wrap'cars hi I spent power that a man has been known to
lot; corn with which we are familiar. So I less and have was considered poisonous to quite a
a greater or extant; they been W,03): trying to get bar oft, an I they sueoealei up
lam not lUre which kind of grain my text refers trying to satisfy their soul with the chopped : once; but sin cam twvof: againto recent period. Beyond the fact that it read a newspaper with his eyes bandaged

1 I to, but all the same Is the meaning. food of magazines and newspapers. All these i time old pttoa. While I was walking belongs to the family of parsley in and to distinguish the color of glass balls
The bisection
of this subject leads me. men are no more happy now than before they : on ami every put of the vessel through a wooden screen.
( first speak of especial relief for especial botany, not much is known about it.
made the first thousand dollars; no more tremble I with the! beating of the surf on
I emergency; and, secondly, of the old corn of happy now than when for the first time they ana sida. Siasa thai I heard that that ves- Formerly it was used as a kerb medicine, A German named Lilienthal, after experimenting

I the Gospel for ordinary circumstances.I saw their names favoraW inentlonaJL They ul, which: was worth hue Ire U o( thousands the discovery of its use coming from the for with
If
then Israelites
crossing the wilderness cannot analysa or def as their faaltaTi; but I >dollar, was sold for .15>>. anl knockel artificial twenty-threelel'Jr.
I Indians who know it to curativepropertie wings
had
not received bread from
the ,
heavenly possess
will tell them what Is the m'\ttor-the1 are to pie ee. They had given up the idea o!
:
I bakeries there would tint have been a long, hungry for the old corn of the Uospel. That retting her to sell aaiiiu Haw suggestive: The farmers called it smilage himself, weighing 160 pounds with the
I line of dead children halt burled in the sand. must have be Qui ill taut is to oft There and it aid of a counter eighty
yon or pinched wan an I are tho a hara who permitted to grow wild. It weight lifting
[Then there would have been a long line of wasted and hollow-,yed and shriveled ire agroun I In religion thin *. Ouce
I dead women waiting for the jackals. Then with up for heaven ? youittrtad possesses qualities, physicians says, that pounds. How to raise the other eighty
an eternity famine. but are now
1 there would have been a long line of dead rhe infidel scientist* oC this day are offerIng Several times it was thought you you ha aground.
I I men teen unburied to because there would have ui adlffarant klnl of soul fool; but they again heavenward, but you soon gob back to within a very short time the juice extractof Brain culture, like physical culture, is
no on. bury them. It would have
are, ot all man, time moat mis arable. I havd tile old place, and there is not much
prospectyoa it has been sold as a tonic.
been told in the notary of the world that a known governed by regular laws; and it is only
many of thorn; but I never knew OilS will ever reach the harbor of the blessed
I great company of good people started out of them who came within a tnnusin t mile God's wreckers, I fear, will pronounce you i. Cranberries, which grow wild In many by complying with these laws that the result -
I I ot irom Egypt for Canaan and were never heard of being happy. The great John Stawart hopeless ca e. Beached for eternity Aud parts of this State and elsewhere, and can bo obtained. Plenty of good
-as lost in the wilderness oC
I sand os thoroughly the City: of Boston and tho President Mill provided hlmotf: a nsw kind of porridge then it will ba written in heaven concernin which were looked on by the cultivators food for nutrition, and vigorous exercised
but yet, when he com" to die, hi earns one of your vise and complexion and
no ,
I were lost In the wilderness of waters. What knowledges of the soil as no good, were not producedas strengthen and discipline natural
that his and
I philosophy never l'lve age, name, that he was invited to bi
I ma was in Canaan It: to them that there was plenty ofCXI'a him any comfort d 11 of bereavement, an I saved, but refused! the offer and starved to an eatable and have not been coming power, are the two fundamental laws in
I What wanted or plunty of corn In Egypt! in a roundabout way he admit that hU lit e death within sight of the fields and granaries to t .B New York market, until within both forms of culture
they something to eatright was a failura. So it is with ..ulnn let scion full of the old corn of Canaan. about
I there, where there was not much thirty years. The berry dealers
so aa
I tists They are trying, t-> live on telBiOOplll The companion of Sirius his moved ia
acra.. blade-in other words an especial ant crucibles and protoplasm, ant they say, was first cultivated at Cape Cod, so near the large star that during the last
supply for an especial emergency. That U Bismarck Got the D.H.
where the
with finest sort said
coargsus cant not realizing: t.b t.thJr.a are to flourish
two the Lick
what some of want. The comfort years telescope is the only
the ordinary you direction, ordinary tho ordinary Is this no perpetual such intolerable talk wj cant: are In all luarlaj the w.lral abrat Whoa Bismarck was Prussian delegate but it ia '}n three or four counties in Jersey one that has been able to secure any observations.

I counsel do not seem to meet your case. "pcHitiv philosophy," an I th) absaluta! to tho federal diet at Frankfort he that the most of the crop that reaches According to the measures

There bare are those who feel that they must mod "the great to ba," an I "thi .""rll"tnl[ took apartments in tho house of a patrician here is produced. Immense marsh farms of Mr. Burnham made last then
an omnipotent and immediate April
supply, no," and "thi b .i\3r unity ant "t of that free for its ,
[ and you shall have it. Litaat potentialities?' anl "'Ilt, ctthalral u city, who held the. cultivation have been started i distance of the companion is now just
ot
Is it pain and physical distress through imininiitlai." I have bean tranitatlnr Prussians great repugnance; and when Wisconsin and Michigan. In the cranberry little over four seconds, and ltd panties! :

which you must got Does not Jesus know what those man have ben.i.wt'ltlng, ant I Bismarck applied to him to have the bell season persons go from this city to is almost zero.
all about pain? I)id lie not suffer it in time angle exactly .
have been
1 most sensitive of head and hand translating wait they han baaa: fixed up in his servant's rooms he answered find employment as pickers. Seventy-
part and
foot He has a mixture of oomtortone It!lolni, and I will tIIIlY- watt it all means- that that was not in tho agreement, and five cents a bushel is the price paid to According to the Cologne Gazette, the
mesas that they want t> kill UoJl An German doctor
,ot which shall cure the wont paroxysm. It my only won 101' U that Oil has nit klllel that if Bismarck wanted a beU he must pickers who are often able to gather from Alanus notorious for his

.when.. the,same after grace that soothed Robert Hall tham. IhavalnothsrdaysUstadotthairoonfaotiocs get it fixed himself, and at his own ex five to seven bushels a day. although two advocacy of vegetarian diet, hat become
writhing on the carpet in phys an 1 I bac" sal toil a pervert and has returned to'a mixed
cams
teat tortures, be cried out, "01 I I suffered that theta is you to""t pense. A few days later'a loud report of bushels are considered an average day' ,
terribly but I didn't cry out while I was anything but nntrimaat the bread .'or llfeor hailtUtu j firearms was heard to proceed from thdelesate'a e' pick diet of flesh and vegetable food. lie
i ,la out of tbs old
suffering, did If Did I out" There is owns that one fact overturned all his
cry The
corn of the OJolp.t1. What dot main by room. landlord frightened At first cranberries were only eaten in
such
no nurse as Jesus-His hand the
gentlest, that I mean that Christ Is the braa of to death rushed this theoretical preaching that after having
His foot the lightest, His arm tae stronger up to his lodger' city as a aide dish with game and
For- IIIIM1claI- nan.. ....-1.1' h.ln life, .and taking Him, you live 1111111.. fever. or anartments. and burstlnV.. all out of poultry about the holiday season and it been a vegetarian for a number of yean
--- --- --
Is ipPMc'Lii"g sorrow, Is it breath he suddenly observed that his arteries b.-
long into Biamaick'a study found is not long that the
shadowing bereavement that know 1 But you say, corn is ot but little practicaluse ago making of piesand to show
you of
coming, because the breath is short and unless it is threshed an 1 ground and him seated at his desk before a great pile jams began. The acid of the fruit gan signs degeneration.

the voice is faint and the cheek Is palel bakad I answer IhU Uxpel corn has gone of documents and calmy, smoking his is deemed by New York doctors fine for General Greedy, Chief of the' United

Han you been calculating your capacity ni through the hoofs that of process. Whet ou Calvary all pipe. There was a pistol lying on the the fractions stomach. States Signal Service, is perfecting
incapacity to human scorn down
endure widowhood cams on the
lesmess or a disbanded homo and cried of child: "1 heart of Christ and all the flails of satanlo table, still smoking at the barrel. "For Two more popular products of food, arrangements through the Secretary of

cannot endure It?" Ob, worried soul, yoi fury beak Him Ionian! fast ws not the the love of heaven, what has happened!" asparagus and cauliflower, were littleconsumed State whereby the earliest information

will wake up amidst all your troubles and corn threshed Woen tbs mills ot God's indignation asked the frightened: landlord more until comparatively within practicable will be obtained: regarding
find around about you the sweet consolation against sin caught Christ betwaan dead than alive. a
West India
of the Gospel as thickly strewed as was the the upper and nether roller* was not the "Nothing, nothing few years since. Now they are in great cyclones. Auxiliary stations
manna around about the Israalitish encamp. corn ground? When Jesus descended lots answered Bismarck, quietly. "Don't demand. -Asparagus is allowed to of observation will be established At St.

weutt Eipecial solace lor especial diftrsa. hell, and the flames of the lost world ",r"PIl1 disturb yourself; I was only calling my in many places and as an ornament growwild I Thomas Kingston and Santiago de Cubs,
Or Is it a trouble past, Him all about, was not the corn baked O u servant It is
yet present A a harmless
alkoo'lIu..rJt A vacant chair opposite yel UUrtsturealy; HispirJonall ra'ly; very signal to in gardens. The stalk is cut as it sprouts whence two observations daily during the
at the table A musing upon a broken fam you Ills peace all ready: everything ready in which you will have to accustom yourself from the ground after it is a few daysit hurricane season will ba obtained bj
fly circle never again to bo united A chok Christ. Are you. ready for Him? for no doubt I shall want oftentimes old. telegraph.
leg sense of lonelineM? A blot of grief sa You say That U such a simple O>ia>l.N to use it again. The bell was fixed Cauliflower
large that it extinguishes the light of sun, I know it is. You sty you thought r..li;lo" next day.-l/hieajo Pott. up which is a variety of the .
and puts out bloom of flower J'makellyn. was a strange mixture: ot elat jrta cams common cabbage deformed by culti vs.The Benefit of Lljrntnlnj Hods.
rackbss as to whether you live or die? E. pounds. No; it Is sa plain that any .p.loss tion into a compact headcam into

pedal,,.rsrw comfort" ,.....that.. 1.o.especial...trial.Li... *Your 1S. fI1-ap is dorian Its po.may.....understand It you caul it. this lit its m)slmnlloit/r411ll r*. Tho Tomb of Eva use hero about twenty-five yean general In all cases of steady strain in which i

try a little of this wilderness manna: "I will alias tbd Christ die 1 to save from slit ant ago. marketmen say. charged cloud descending from the uppet

never"Like leave as a father the, 1 pltlofi will ana hU? fors-ite! thw." death awl hell not only your minUtar, ant The Arabs claim that Eve's tomb is While these are some of the products regions; of the air, or Approaching from

LorJ pitiathtamn that fair Hint chiMrjo." ''CAIt si the a your child,neighbor but you., it ant would your inaki father this sat hour your like Jiddah the seaport of Mecca. ThetCmple formerly ignored, there are others that a distance might inflict serious injurj

should woman forget her suckling child, that sot the jaijcmwt day for aptoUoai an I. ni with a pain growing out of the were once liked that do not find the favor upon an unprotected building a well-de

womb not bavlOO'UP.\wouon, the sot of hei longer able to keep your nat yon would solid stone roof (a curiosity which is of in the New York market they ono signed and properly earth-coanected

form thee.yea they may torlet yet will I 1101 leap up that crying: Fir mel tor mar Oo I itself the wonder of the Orient) is sup- did. lightning rod is an absolute sat egnard.r .

loa Or tail the grief ot a dUpatel conpau- grant Uospel wits you your my own brother aye aol may hear sea it with this jxwd to mark the lust resting-place of Ono of these is! the Carolina potato, o In a case of 'impulsive rwhthe )rod:

sea?Dot TlMre are those here who have it sol roar own ears, and teal with your own heart the first woman. sweet potato,and yam, which produce may often be of use in bearing the brunt

paler, speaking You have la not the whisper aUtract' ,, It bat to tht that you for are a lost soul, but that Christ: According to Arabian tradition Eve dealers state, do not go into general use of the discharge though sometime the

to your most tatimue friend; but, perhaps you see come take that truU your and extruuUoa.dinrt it an Cosa 1 utk vas it not measured over 300 feet ia height; wbichItr"ngely : u in former times. Natives of the sec lightning will take no notice whatever of

your-booms going away pi*>>ir front you, part of your immortal Ufa? It U only bret L a coincides with an account of tion where they are raised still cling to it, striking the building and altogether

act ties. tbl 1eJ.s cbl\u a..W';:a soon h.. wlll b.i "o1'lethd You ban noticed that Invalids cannot our tint parents written by n member of them, however. Quinces are neglecting the rod; and it is even possible
Knit no longer
was west d take the
all kiads French
m of fool Tit Academy of Science
by a foal that wIll a few ::A demand that a high rod de-
pn.IJ1Dt great attract a
house might
by wivesand
*ettait ia WOlll'\ll'. do for ooewUi not do for another Than years ago who Gila claimed of are nol
OhluWh her a height
oz1c.&t.a.I has are kid 01 toad n extensively raised i strnctive discharge which otherwise
sad which wit as used
the PI'\)11&0011& over 3fX feet for both of the they to
tenants of
I'btf" .
overwhelming mortiaostlosj and"the.dlatort.n her oases at iavalidtam. vary speedy d.t.UiL the Garden of Eden.En'l Nearly aU grocers once kept them fapd I'I would aot have occurred at alL JLV,
Bat
aaoeoc the allJ moo, tad abe pullotJ you hue D3&1oa that all pet.M\ ,,:t.... tale.-Xa T rk JKnti, I| though therefore, a lightning rod is iti
tomb
a aver weak which b in
tending bottle lrollb.... bl b passad they m'y hi, ea take br tt a graveyard _. I
b.l oat: 'Tkw is the Cause oII1\Y'en.1 I tray,'rssloati I think this Qji, l will I which has not been opened for a stugle A Pheasant Kills a Blaeksnake. Jority of the greatest service, it cannot

are ard's the wife scan"' tad tlu.lmte blood 01 a drunk-Then agree aDytlaiDl wit-i y"i t I think& t\ks U you this.cannot Uk interment for over a thousand years, is A VTrigutsville (Penn.) hunter recent 1 be depended upon as affording perfect

And then Iookill't Qj to heaven Sunkeaeara emnnp.rthoemait the shrine of thousands saw a Ii Immunity from risk and the
abe -.101: "?low 1ua& 0 Lorit fossil .. ? C of devoted pheasant and blacksnake fight. ; assumption
and then 1ookl"'C4IJ" tG &he all lIoq1torlolt bow long?" Cast out-invitel ial 1 That is Ikhmselites who make a pilgrimage to lasted for quite. while. The bird moved which has universally been made by th"

W p'yol&.lor I foNt strongly on this' tab.of :. tIa.YOGha..on..a old cons of tilt QgspaL the spot once every seven year. It b with such rapidity that the snake.. "older electricians" that damage bJ
Sua*, you sslpovirBuaaa wheel with spokes hemmed in on all fides by the unable lightning is ia itself
ar..ta YI) ywill le I bll'". 01 c&iIft colors ant WUB the WbeeC tombs of to encircle it. The blacksnake re conclusive evidence
will t'h .t", 1.s. wa turned was departed shiekha and other worthies who treated of soma imperfection in ,
help fOIl." rapidly all the colors blended into a once for several feet,bl it turned the conductor
rainbow 01 aqlllMite bMaty. I with I have lived out their data in that region of and rushed at the Is an unfounded one.-.Xattar
todYou' J'OQ, Ituaq\a bird with its head <,
You o spool an lit to-day. take tIJoa scorching and
even u& blll\ tostli puro tai lira W, sun burning sand, raised at least
snaking. It makes bUn ,s ant the joy and glory of uuaa.I torn a foot from the ground.

yet to mina JOUr own buI cross__. sal It hi there hats each u.Wore! your soul with each! spiel anj As the two net the pheasant dasea reed The Duke of Northumberland of

found I\ItW La tb ri&cnaroIe a.acla a QW 01 Cl.alurt 1(0& awes at tr with sireugth Ute ruol..iq that :you splendors would be ot that eacaoatej nun English capitalists have Just pureh one forward of the and planted its beak: square in the largest landholders Ia Great Britain one .

.
1y ct.... lit IliCh ea... But &!Mra u W\Sba.ui. which is above every __-tU ooauwnt.. t Urge area of chalk rock land Boar the snake's eyes. She kept up Us a rent roU of $875,000 B'
a hbot battle year.
Ihs$ drops tea oaoe with tears ot exile and finally killed it.
ill from toe tferwu of: martyrdom, but written eat in bIGot of Tanktoa, South Dakota, and propowto the hunter When owns 200,000 acres of land, sod is.
BOW U bonuahaj examined the snake its head
invest tf .OOOOOO capital. vu almost Northumberland alone he baa five tit I
severed
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All year you may
CbRCIIING SUN under the breeze of the panVah. Th

punkah is a long fan-like strip of cloth! Good 'water an abundance of it is the The earliest first of which were we of hive wood, and ac- rely upon Dr. Pierce's Golden .
any
IN ORIENTAL fastened to a beam, which is hung b;, COTJNJTJBSP
COOL ropes from the ceiling over the man'shead. civilisation. It becomes more difficult The nest was erected by Julius Cwsar for the blood and invigorate the ;: .

To tho middle of this beam a to obtain, both in America and Europe, the passage of his army across the Rhine. ..

rope is fastened and this rope is put as the population each year grows denser. Trs jan's great bridge over the Danube, system. It's not like the j

i11 fWtaket Bustle-Bath through a pulley and so arranged that a Uydraulta engineers are just now wrest four thousand seven hundred and seventy sarsaparillas that are said to '* '

y nt'vcrai* Habit -Fnnnlu; man sitting out of doors and pulling a' lind with this problem in England. In feet long- was made of timber, with stone for the blood in ''*J!
Urne4 by liana. it will make the fan go backward and France Austria and Germany it is still piers. The Romans also built tho first be good

ter, in the course of forth over the bookkeeper's head. The unsolved.' The medical faculty of these stone bridge, which crossed 'tho Tiber. March, A May. The .' :,

artclb,ltt'the ;Chicago Heralds the native pulls away all day long and most countries declare that the surface supplycan Suspension bridges are of remote origin.A Golden Medical Discovery /

I of.keipJng cool in the far East, foreigners have such a rigging put up not longer be relied upon for by* Chinese one, mentioned by Kir:hen, well at all
over their beds and keep the breezes pienio reasons. They suggest the made of chains, supporting a roadway works equally

eman has a wicker blowing in this way all night. You can sinking of very deep artesian wells AS eight hundred and thirty feet in length times, 'and in all cases of

ISMtsEt keeps his clothes away get a Chinaman to do this for' about fifteen the best method of procuring an adequate was built A. D. 0.1, and ii still to be blood taints or humors no "
and servant in supply of water that shall be perfectly keen. The first iron bridge was erected '
ibiylwid? sort of cents a day, your '
acts as a venMstrlreen -
his abdomen and India will work cheaper. I have seen, pure. The first England this sort over the Severn in 1777. matter what their name or 'I
has been tried f where the .
just ,
r 'IIe has wicker cuffs, thirty of these punkahs at work In a new London Water has just Malaria. nature. ; '"'.
Company
flvitlyis wrist to his elbow, church while the minister was readingthe completed a well eleven hundred feet weak our system fall of malaria f Do yon feel' It's the cheapest blood-puri ., ::
service. and mean all over r' Have you trot the !
noftde of the finest of stif deep and obtained an abundant flow' of "f Then don't do something to .
ague why you fier sold through druggists :
!ksre sep the sleeves away from The modes of exercise in the far East water, the analysis of wbich shown an Itt well. You My quinine dorm't do you any i

;'it a the Korean Embassy at are of interest to people who want' to entire absence of organic matter or any Rood. There Well you la one needn't remedy let that Smith'dlHcourainiyon. 'bib because you only pay for t/ie i !

: lfle' coolest of all the keep cool and still maintain a healthy element deleterious to health. here in riyrup. made by Ir. John Bull, of Loul.vllle good get. ,\ ,,:.
condition1 in hot weather. Kr. that I*, far ahead of quinine. It will "111'0chilI. you
to these wicker bustles Foreigners America the
1 from
1 : from same comrs up nearly if 4'
*and fever when quinine and everything Your is returned
t tiyWtfe*' stomach that the Koreans in Asia get up at daybreak, take good all our great cities. Philadelphia is seriously "I... facts 'ihle remedy never bus failed. In money

reputation ot being such a fat ride across,the country or a walk before alarmed\ at the condition of the some nelghborhooda where chill and fever. it doesn't benefit or cure: you. I.
It I Sound In houaehold.Why
are ,
common *
% ;TJtter at'e''fat, but not half so fat the sun gets up. They take a sleep in Schujlklll,which has supplied the Quaker ,a man would a. soon refuse every hi. family. Can ask more ? t
:*s 1 JWppbJed.'jTt is this wicker arrange- the middle of the day and work on into City for one hundred and fifty years. New food to ..atto refute to get another bottle you 'I',
'" the A of the hare York Is of the of the of Smith'.k'onlo syrup when the old bottle Golden Medical Discov-
tirtt'Iaorawe$ their apparent avoir- evening. great past complaining scarcity leave out. It I. a great preventive of "!fue. A
iks, ,fatness in Korea is a alga work of the East is done at, night and limpid element, and wants the lakes <>f ingle dome will sometimes keep off an attack.A ery" contains no alcohol to ";":
this is in the Govern.. the Adirondack region tapped for tho few dose will break up the fever and cure '
is shown especially great :
e' no hesitancy the.chill. It doe not lean any unpleasant inebriate and'no. or
4 t- il trying to make himself ment Departments. The King of Korea beat-fit of tho metropolis. Chicago with after effects' M quinine nomotline doe It syrup '

t[ ft Alt man in the dime museum. holds all his audiences at night and tho Lake Michigan at her doon, should have will trial not harm the moat delicate Invalid. Giveit sugar to derange digestion.It's ''
a and you will noon be well.< .
.
': Mo-at the lightest summer hat1POr1d. Emperor of China takes all his sleep in a supply of good water, if it is to be had a concentrated ve '
on the continent but Chlcng t declares The trouble with Juotlco Is that she docs so .
,
the This is with the
It Is ot the daytime. so King urge .
sugar- little be.ide holding. her scale ble extract in :
that her crib and grand aqueduct must ; put up
and the Sultan of
of
:; ;II made of horsehair, and it Siam Turkey never
until 1 clock he be carried ten miles further out into the Cblldrea bottles pleasant to the taste :
t'e lliw'ounces. goes to sleep ; morn. Enjov ; ,
lake aj
insure
cooling recipe of the far ing. that is to unpolluted.a perfect So it aqueous.goes. To supply tho Th pleasant flavor, gentlo action and sooth and equally good for adults or ; j

JMth, and the hot bath is engineer who can devise some method of ing effect of Syrup of Fig, when In need of a children. .

snese several times a day.i.dono SELECT SITTINGS. meeting this urgent demand there will laxative and If the father or mother be coetlve all ', :, i
The Discovery cures \
in the bath .
public Inure
great reputation and a corresponding or billon the moet gratifying result follow
,, private tub, and no The longest railway tunnel In the Skin and Scrofulous !
soap fortune. Scalp
world is in aPuree Its use, BO that It I I. the best family remedy ,
Hungary.To
Japaueso are now .
j par-
drunk the fumes of of Peas. known and every family should have a bottle. affections as Eczema, Tetter "
lives in water raised to 120 get upon gasoline : .,;

beit, and the whole family is the latest fad in Philadelphia.It Wash a pint of green peas in cold water, '. The man who I. suffering from green' corn, Salt-rheum, Fever-sores, White : ;

t 'same tub. The average is said that 70,000,000 codfish are then put them imo a saucepan with boilIng I I strong to say,never goes to the chlropodi.t. Swellings, Hip joint disease ) \

ab is about throe feet high, the Newfoundlandcoast. Wntrr and cook twenty minutes. I v
caught annually on Yonr child I* troubled with worm Thnf. and kindred ailments.
L'and it has a little furnace Have them dry when douc. Picas througha I I "way be In .o peevish and srrcms. Ulve It L>r, .,, ;'/
above the colander. Boil a pint. of milk, add a llull'it \\orm Uc.trovors. They taste good and "
i ape running up There are 143 garrisoned forts illS en. I will mule him healthy. .
,
small three four cloves and Your Own
[set into one end of it. A on on, or a Make Rugs.
Kis from touch- als !and military posts in the United small sprig of parsley. Rub a teaspoon I One' lelf-Mtlsfactlon Is an untaxed kind of }
stovepipe Price 1J.t of Rea Maehlnea. Hf
is States. of flour and butter each together. property which It i* very nnplvasanl to doll I .
,l land a few moments Svilli full dcpreclitted. I'att rn., Tin. 010.1 FRKK. AtealeV '
There are on'y five States in the Union Strain the milk over the peas, put backin K. lUll!! & CO.. Tol...., l/klw_ y *
i boiling. --- -- -
in which schoolmaster tho stir in the butter and /WWV V V V V V V v v V %. v v VVV
oV ace the a can now legally; pauccpan,
so near
d : equator flour and let boil atirring to prevent K
flog a pupil.
i about
the same hot weather
r Every man, woman and Mrs. Anna Roush, of Letart, Ohio is nd sticking. Season with pepper and salt, EECHAM' i Ia.

L/ kok takes a,plunge into the reported to have fully two thousand living serve. $ ISI

nee times a day. Of the descendants.The Grate liar
I ;
PILLS
i In the city, at least 500,- coast guard on the Isle of Wight, for any Ilz.l Boiler can be bought at lowest PAINLESS. EFFECTUAL I*

floating, houses, and inus- Great Britain, now use the bicycle to g< price of Joo S.Nil,Atlanta., Oa., who U the "'WO G'1N' E5& A BOX. '... ':, !\
summer costume of the from station to station.
leading dealer In fine Steam Engines: Saw t4f ,
consists of a DiLlOUS VOUS'DrSDRDEftS I! H
S garbe Somebody claims to have found out For & :
l size of a Turkish towlit that the Kaiser of Germany has over Mill. Cotton Dins and Timber Lands. Give .

y ( trouble for them to go in different uniforms. Sick HeadAche Weak Stomach ImpairedDigestion .
thirty the length and width of your Ore-box In order. .; :I
bathe on the of
hey steps Mrs. Henry Mullen.of Middleton Corners lug!grates. Constipation Disordered Liver etc. '; '
i, and stand up to the waist : ,
Ohio has given birth to the second .V
t grunting delightfully as they A pteee of llmherger obceao 1*like a tack In ACTING LIKE MAGIC on tho vital I ,.
pair of twins within a year. one rrsptet-you can always nnd It In the dark organs, strengthening the :.I
tt after bucketful over them- dia muscular system, and arousing with the rosebud of health ";
The English crown is made of
up All troubled
ti their neighbors. The Bur through mimmer and fall I wa
"ad take bath monds rubies, sapphires, pearls and wlih liilln and fever. I finally got bottle of The Whole Physical Energy of the Human Frame. I t
women a every > mlth'. Tonic Syrup which Hopped the chUb Beecham' Pills, taken as directed, will quickly RESTORE ;r
emeralds in silver and bands.A t
dinner. This bath is merely sot gold at uo .-(.'.1i. 3Fel ..MMutllc, (&. FEMALES to complete health.

ter over the person. Soap is chimney is to bo erected in Saxony
Sweet are the use of adversity. The itrawberry -
rind particular care is taken 460 feet high, twenty-three feet in diameter I.much more delicious when "cru&ljttJ." SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS

f. the hair. At New Years, at base, and fifteen feet six inches Albert Beech Weat Toledo Ohio Price 26 cents per Box. .

weather is as hot as our sura- at top. "]fall's Catarrh Cured saved my life." Write ayt Prepared oily by THOS. :BEECH1H 8t Baltm Lsnesthln,Eorlasi
have what call him for particular Sod by Druggists, 'T5c.: A F. AT.LKff CU, Hoi*.pe '.far r ilrd Blair,ass 391 Canal ft., tfnf
people they a A nephew of Horace Orceley is a York UNO IflfOMr drvnaitt don not btrp rh..s)saUl .nail n-II_'. ft I It...

1C'and at this time the whole barber in a little Pennsylvania town. The peculating bookkeeper become *ocow* 1 "..::.4.vi-.Gi".. -'"Slur. .X5bi'< *!?"........'
DWM water one another. ardly that he daro not strike a balance. i
upon lIe is said to look very much like his celebrated

'. 1 tfco fcretty girls co out with buckets uncle. Erie Hallway._ I Distinguished Business EducatorProf. Ir Ton uoouRKVOLYKR<< WISH A IN IflSSOif I

boys "have"squirt guns and for This popular Eastern Line U running mild E. W. Smith PrincipalI 1ba.
The largest of bananas on rec ,
cargo
hw.i3I&'. there is nothing but waters veetlbuled train,ooniilitliig of beautiful daycouches thy Commiroial.Collift f f ,...., .. ens of eha e.le. r
ord, about U3,000 bunches, arrived in Pullman sleeping and dining carwlw..11 -, Ky.iniveruty.L.aingtonK1r., ratad HMrril Wr.8I1OH
.
Iaslcg The foreigners of Rangoon Now York city a few days on the Cincinnati ChlcoKo, New York and with hi. ion, neon d the .arms TnannnataniaUarm.var and theprat J
Bgagein this and the Chinese ccle- ago jloeton. All trains run via Lake Chantaauua Qeid Medal and Diploma elHonor maunfaoturad cb.'lcs ot aU .. "rao. 'a' _
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steamer Holstein. during the .onuon. and paawnffer holding at the WOALO CX- .llOur...."...,ta...UII..13.M,nil 16Bin- '
a*, the feast with the rest. throngh ticket are privileged to atop off ut Slits POSITION far SYSTEM of gt.ordoubl. action, safety Hamm,. ... sod
< Palmisters say that if the fingers be world-famed recort. He aura your lluket read Cook-ko.plng and General ....,...od.la. (Jo.."'''''..... !nhIv'IyMke.toe.l. t. .
jngi-he Ganges in India It is a sa- Cuiineii Education. u. .*. tr.M "" ..1..I ,,'u1laol"' .t.1
itr < fut
wort.Olsn.hr '
when held via N. Y. UE. & W.K.B
perfectly parallel, so togetherno : .IIr'
ds>4'of the Hindoos to bathe once w waneVM.._,......_, .10<-.. they .re UQrl.al04 for / ./, t 1
light can be seen between them, it is b..4. ea.a.. .4,... ...lairsN d.rabIII rend ar..ra". LOnetbed.o.vad j ,I
and they can wash away their FITS utoppeil tree by Tin. Kl.txc' OHSATNKJtrr II........."'.. 111. CVIl.... "., cheap ma .n" r..I rcii tmltallea. which '
align of avari e. UCKTOIIER. No Fit after first dAy' _.....1.. rhs flap.... ... ., 0....rton mill for t..l 'vliM trtlcl nrt are uat
they are washing their bodies I 11.,. L'arvelonscure.. Treat IM and fc 9 trUl HI..... H.s..l ..._ 15.5 ycar IOM ......." ._ Y pnlv unrallshls but .1.n..roua.l". BMITa *
There is in Paris where ...._.1.,.. ._.,.... ,...... W EHH.N fUrarwm
00.1. Ira MM
"'' bar-
the an agency hit I. t,... Ur. Kline S31 Arch St.. IHitla.. 1'a "'nllo. hIp .I.iii upon
a 10,000 bathing at same ast?' ...phi. P.,..._... M ..rlq....,. S livlq.sag. 1. rot with II" '. DMIM,..' ..+ *. of palrnt*
bath of Benares. money seeking noblemen may see a "cor. ------ -- --- -- hail klit..4 ......hI. fMtd...I,U. k..l._..*.. ......< and ar* tva rait>*il P"rf of in!.:r/lUuiL Fi t
.t w. holy steps list" a ful! )1'1.1.! .". IVmnu, InrlndliK Tnltlvn, Vlallo&.rr ilntnpnn irinn the a-nain. artlaia. and U roar
of American
rect families
however, no fun about the having ilriUr'rat in Mnt.. "'
pe1YILBuiiiLO ITN, Pr.IdentLxlnton.KT., Mow will ron-.lv prompt *n4 cartful attantlua.
"eligible daughters. Warm
,'th. It is all religiou and the ; IXaarptlrtMtalnvt ->i1 utma *p>

raYI during the whole time. A Truckee, Colorado, man has invented N[ w0 ocsrui.B i*"** TIt&-} *3ON, f

I bathe in the river at the same or discovered what he calls a gold L CHAIR. c7t g H-M.ntloo till.pap-r. ".rl_. >.U, Itla...

they,keep their clothes on, and magnet, which will attract gold as the Weather COMBINING AayICLI .

Fat mix together. The finest bath ordinary magnet does iron. > orURNITURe. WALL PAPERBARCAINS 4
'
,[: India are those belonging to.Ihs. I Speaking of brief names, there is a Causes M !

,-i,. The Mohammedans have, family in France named B, one in Belgium That Tlrod Feeling.To al I Iw11c1L !Ywe
*the finest baths of the far East named 0, a river in Holland called .
be Strong, TakeHood's CHAIRS will |U.r.nl.. all thx clean. pw |nod( Jmt 9
of India
ohammedans
spend the Y and a village in Sweden namedA. ,
Aar... srske m ode,and full teas th-S yards lu lb.roiL f7
on their baths. The most costly w rA.l..n. i..ar M tae for./r r FREE At, No,.. rillVkli*back P.p.r, 3 I. II:. ,

I all Asia 'cadre those of the Mon It is the fashionable in Paris this ,sadmhlp. daliMby /.raSLrY.lae An ""r..11 UIU |-...,. 0 I* lOo.
Kings at Agra and Delhi. In caper b.ad.t..pw ld rear Oaa T. Sill. A a "-,'roll Embo.eed. CUll Pour,8 t.1 3..
season to dine at night in the airy res. sr.C/.L/155 ,...,..
unease 'a''r'd' sauraar. tilll D. 4 I* 18 lacliaa wide, 21 a.<
palace of Akbar at Agra there is taurant half way up the Eiffel Tower, X.CUCBO UFO.CO* 1U rW s., taws...! .... per yard. _

,th room down under ground, where tables have to be engaged in ad sarsaparillaflhANO Dordera wlthaul Gill il (. P lach. le. ...

of which are mosaic of many yard.nd .
'Of colored glass set with vance. BORE WELLSiei! I .... la ".mPl tor aampir< el Iba baat a4nahal

a* big around as At Chisamba, Africa, the young people Oar Wall II.... ( iMtrialoa lu Uia coanU31 /.
your
have asked the missionary to raise a "ILU'U "UOUII..U""WVLI : *. Er. OA.D '.
nail. These mirrors are I.t: t1"ilK sad
d I by the tens of thousands, lag Saturday evenings, tluit, they may Thly.They.IHU.tTUI de H'Ua rH""........ naming this pap.309.. 1IIUI1..'THKKT...1...:....., g.WM.'FITCH r.
know that the next day is Sunday and Mh.r Y\lIII.I\\ .. S -- '
whole brilliantly lighted mustbeen ...:5d Isub.eod.la.
dazzling in tho spray of the come to the meetings.It LOOMIS & NY'UAN Catalogue & CO.,
takes the Sultan of Turkey about 104 Coretvoa DaUdlat. WIIl .rtoa. D.a
ns. I taw at Delhi in one of the FREE
-OHIO.
*of Shah Jehan the man who forty minutes to say his prayers in the TIFFIN. PENSION AHORNEYS

,:the peacock throne which cost regular form. After they are finished he V IV YOU WANT A ola-ar'.tS, yean* ..J vt.see. iinrn-afolly PUMatx *-

30,000- bath room which cost a occupies a position at one of the win. JEWELRY. COTTON PRESS peailoH aMt eb ln .of ail kinds la ahnrtmtitle
use t.r Mo KKK n"La.auoca ar ,.
It had room after room of lows of the mosque and reviews the ,
.
hot troops.In {'.".",.. ..th.Marraa ..aatwre......r-
r, and there were pipes and WATCHESAND t.". r a !!nl..d FAR1iLRhS..tl l 11t ... ...... sad
II .P. n.
intains. The Turks of Egpyt certain portions of Mexico, 10,000 .."1.... *, iie.e.. I.t... ...-lUll 1&. I..t airia.;;;;(....... 1 1&M.
.. ... ..
Ccfo. 'IIbe F..rmrIr"' '
Turkey spend a great part of pounds of sugar can be raised oft of an ,' loA",. ." : Nksr a1ecr. trlt. w ..ti Ui." ....
'kw O ss two d., t.c .. Mobab. ..... Ito '" Mo
me in the bath, and the Turkishtoo acre of ground and in one Mexican (' .... '" .h.atr1,-'loa
SILVERWARE.LargtttStott. ,.. ..aitt0 .. .. usuu. tiusg.tuo.. W..uu4aJMa.k4.aa ... l.d1.
in the Uoiaed l W ,.
well known State alone, it is said that enough: sugar, .save 71111 ......, w

to need description coffee and rubber can be raised to .. ..
.
supply ULD (I. MaTTLIU.
4 t....,Print
rajahs of India have got the art of the whole of the United States. VtwtiiStflti PER DAYIIUId.b.Ii..t.eJUlc.o.Y.on *> PENSIONS 101410 1..,.OKK. Widow MKW faniu.LAW." amiUurnullua.

,.g cool dowa to a science. One oft J. P. STEVENS & BRO. $1 10, Grand New Census Edition _""'a" .pplleaes. aa4 farawcWaatilninjci
,
v.raau. u .pa, ,, K U.
cities in the far East is that of Dollar a foot" Long. tit('ra..'.jktla OutflU now read,. __ A

It is the capital of a native You would be amused to see the silveiollars .IT W.IITF.IIAI'.JI MTREET.- edition.Will contain New 30 Maps.poire New more Census than any and prrvtau NewStaU.Ucs. flap 4 .. 0.1" C."a'. ...

-!' AU of its buildings are rose that compose the stock of the FOR DROWSINESS A regular aoiukZA run 14Vfor OPIUM ewe. J.,...calC,..U I.U 'mod w.. l.............:.r.l''"
and they were all built after one Government assayer at the Treasury ..VIUIT&. terms and territory addreaa, _
architecture. Th of this H. O. HUDCINS A CO., I ........'11'. and taU/_
palace building. Each one of them is about a N.. 83 H-.tk Bread Slt.Atlanta, Ua. gym- big U oa the only

in vast garden; through whichof (got lon;, of a narrow oval shape and --------. -- --, oaw.t. mor'becenel.-

water flow in marble beds, and 1'Cr{ >rated with hundreds of little round, BILE BEANS V PENSION Bill 1 Am.t.rd.aa. at.Y.
the luxuriant flowers and trees Such is
wles. the form they appear In. PENSIONS
st._b_ W* have oJ4 Bl, Q feT
tropics bluom. The harem ofjab after being, rolled out thin and punchedwith tilsil(k ID""ir year sad I* ass
baal .
-.ad Ystb.n a u ( sew-
< of Jeypore looks out upon this a machine. They are sent in from awed,_ gratis.ibs L
105
and Its fair ladies are kept cooling the mints as specimens taken at random Try "BILE BEANS SMALL" (40 Itt- Oats. JX it'DTCHK(.10..,.*.Oa... III. ssae.

mills turned by hand. It from every fresh lot made, and it is the tie be.n.'n each bottle). Very ismalleasy r and Wbiik.yNablte .1.... Sold II,lu.sdwC
of to turn the cranks to take. Price of cured o| BUIB. wtut -- - ----- -
score men duty of the assayer to find out whether
either size 25 vents.WBUY OPIIJ!' out Mia.book or w
p these maidens cool and man these sample are of the weight and fineness OF YOUR DRUOOIST.. llenUnaro&M f l[laL

has much to do with the refriger. required by law.W ukingtm Star. WOOLLIV.M.U. oES cast! Ali
vc.W4 W bis.Lsll bt o 0..
East. There thousands LtmRyNroi. ewae
the .lb
are -
HAYS CITY. Ka ,.]...U WO .
ea:. Americans English Ger. The President of the Senate pro ten- "Blla Beaaa" k \11. brat aadwioa 1 b ln j .H'QUE"'TV' --I. atwi.it..yo. .oort zuww......-.tIC&..

French now at work in Asa and the Speaker of ,the House ban Diud for co&atlpatlon.'. ibar.a.a/y ts. Al SALL. ta..ur. uOrysas' .... .... ..
pore
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M. M. UAJTSUTU,sty Clerk. 1 .I..... di Maw at. bases it. M'. Of "
A$4 ......... ..... .
tssa el these does his bookkeeping, the same salary- 43000 per &DDWD. 'arf. ?Tldrtyh,; .. 1111.

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8 _TilE EAST COAST ,ADVOCATE, FRIDAY, AUG., 2', 1890, ,:::t.., ,
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LOCAL NEWS. -Mr. Henry Dreyer has been assisting -'

us a little during the rush. ," ., .

-Mr. Pete Myers has the contract to () It ,!I y.:, .
Continued from First Page. & Seenis '
fence In Mrs. Wesson' place. ; ; ;

:-Rev. John Fop and family have re- t'-i r f 9 lILO a.
-Commodore Watson made a flying turned from their visit to Emporla.Miss .

trip to JackftocHHe! In the early part "f i Minnie Joyner has been in town That the Merchants have about exhausted the Hst of tricks and "

the week. for a week or so, attending to her sick Fi ca fIcO dodges In advertising In their vain efforts to get "cost" for their old. ;/';
for mother. '
-The ADVOCATE return thanks !
.0 stocks of which they bought on LONG TIME at correspondingly _
goods, ,
the hox ot lemons received from down ....Lieutenant J. A. Swift now has full ,
the river. pJO LONG PRICES. "That little shop on the corner, with Us crisp 4. '
of Service
charge all United States Signal 1 ...dr' "
I"i "
( cash has 'em all ::;':.- ;:
'broke
-Rev. Ja*. Bolton, of City Point, was offices between this point and Jupiter, !. = m prices, up. ,r.t;: '
with head-quarters Tituaville.Mr. J .:
among the many callers our office this s" [ i
week. II. J. McGInnis, of Cocoa, came 5 O c, When DEBTS are made OMEBODT MUST PAT THEM. SOMEBODT must pay t :

",,,-We were pleased to welcome so up on last night's steamer, and Itartedtotlay 10) .. = > a the book-keepers' salary ; somebody must pay the difference between: ,

many of our down-river friends to our Brunswick, Ga., where he will I t9 0 ... trtd :: : the cost'of goods bought for cash-discounts off and the same bought "'j; ,'
sanctum this week. probably remain until ,April, attendingto CD '
on long time. You who pay your bills once a month MUST SETTLE 'Fos, v"" .
the shipment of cotton. 8o "" ( .
-Senator Hiirdee gave us a call to-day fi' + '111r ALL THESE THINGS. -j' ,,,1', .... ,
and paid us some appreciated compliments i 'Maaon Young, acting general. mana- ,,'
ager of the J. T. & K. W. It,. Co. and 5sL "I (

on our first Issue. resident of the Indian River Steamboat r\-. .. ..... Think it over, and watch this space for the remedy. .;, ,'t: ,
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Company, arrived last evening in his -
Mr. Arthur Feaster, mall clerk on ,4 Mr
private car and went down the river thisnomlng. 1 ,
the main line, I* In town saying "how. J 0 & Pr
0 E. L. ::ae..A.D-sr. ;
do-you-do" to his many friends. (Jq t > '
-Mr. Cad C. Curtis has received the o "

Robt. Hanson, of Can\Veral1crt hero Land Office decision, with reference to \-. ) tbF..f
his contested place at the Narrows. Carl <9 tnd Groceries Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer. : ,
on the train Wednesday morning, on a f8\ --
done ,
>as a deal of work and made good ..c n .
short visit to St. AugustineMr. / improvements on his place, and we are .y.. 0... CDU2 I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of I '' "";"
pleased to learn the decision of the c. O f: LJlJJ. }
Jno. C. Norwood, of City Point, JSc Groceries Fruit' '
Gainesville authorites was in his favor. J.- Staple Fancy _\
has been in town a couple of lays this ){essl'1l. Jones A Atkinson were the at- ; And Food Products '*, '
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week. torneys In the case. There are many t Of All Kinds. Also My Stock of ':I .
other cases that the Land Office would r.n

-Mr. Tom Snell, of Eau Gallic, has probably consider or re-hear If brought r rba.. m Grain Hay Bran Cotton Seed Meal ;' ::|ii.-::
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lost 'the photograph of a child, and before them; especially In cases where = <>> It '
would like the tinder to return it to the the homesteaders have been compelled to Ground Food and Whemt. ;, ',
Al>v CATK ofilec.Cnpt. stay oil the land through illness, but I am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively IB the above line ofV: ; ; "
who have not abandoned their home--. Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I invite your correspondence and solicits -:Y "

, John; 'Slmonson Is busy as toad. your patronage. Very truly, '' "\;;., ")

usual Mr. W. A. Baugh's lioat Is now -The firm of J. S. Watson A Co. are 33. L. :BB.ADY.: '-", '", -.

undergoing; a thorough: ovcthallng ere making preparations for doing a large KNOX the Painter 'w<,": I'
Misincss during the coming winter. : GEORGE M. ROBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM, ;=
returning! to Melbourne.Mrs. '
While in the North, Mr. Watson made Will do any and ALL KINDS of PAINTING Attorney-at-Law. Attorney-at-Law. :.,

Kate Brown and Miss 8pI'aU, of very Satisfactory arrangements in anum- such as House and Sign,Work, '
City Point, came up to town Monday her of the leading cities, and made special Graining In Distemper or Oil }' \
arrangements with the large transportation Robbins & Graham : j
evening, and left, next day, for Jacksonville lines, whereby he will be able Colors; Paper Hanging or ,

rn route to North Carolina.Mr. to give special .advantages to shippers Stencil Work, Antique'and 'I, "
who may use his house as medium. t'3
A. L. Hatch, of City Point; and There Is no doubt that a good field ex- Mosaic Glass Real Estate Dealers. .": ; f -
Stain.
Superintendent Snn, of Courtney.have lets In Tltusvllle for at least one commission ,.
been in town a couple of 'days attendingto firm, and from the very satisfactory Special attention to Natural Wood J"r'ALL '
business transacted in Finish. KINDS OF PROPERTY SOLD AND '- 'i (
business connected with the Hoard of the past by this BOUGHT EXCHANGED. ,-. : l
film with facilities far less favorable All articles of Furniture made to lookas -V.' f'
Public Instruction.Mr. than they now possess, we believe they well as new. Estimates and work Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Company.Titusvillc :I'

James wilt not be disappointed in their antic i- done anywhere on Indian River. ',' :;i .
Mitchell -
late assistant -
our ations for the coming winter. A number Office on the ladder, TITVSVILLE, FLA. Brevard Co. Florida. :': f
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postmaster In town
wan short
a of our larger shippers who transacted W. It. KNOX. 1 t'\,
time Monday, giving some of his old business with the firm referred to 1'. O. Box, 250. jv,"..{,._, ,,,,:'".

friend a hearty hand. hllko before leaving during the past winter were agreeably We Buy nnd Sell All Kinds of Kcnl Estate, and are Solo Agents for a ', ",; '; ,;
for the Ilaulovcr.Ml surprised at the rIJ8uits obtained, and large list of carefully-selected Properties In all parts of Brevard county. ',; I:"
have slgnillod their Intention of giving KELIADLE Information furnished as to character, location and value of any Property -,;*- .
.
** DI'ckloJlmll paid a short visit them a large share of their patronage in EDEN on Indian River. j, ,\ '
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the future. (
to bur Tltiwvllle friend during the past Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are unequalled; -
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week. While In town she was the guestof and every effort will be made to give perfect satisfaction to intending Purchasers ,-> >: '
:\11'11.1.. E. Oruber and Mrs. L. C. 01. Jupiter. who may favor us with their patronage. ; *I. ", -

her :Slit returned to Minis Wednesday. PINEAPPLE No Properties listed unless the Title is Perfect. oj.t: -

i irr Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates debiting largo bodies of Low .
-) E. L. }'lu101ltarled for Port Tam. JCPITEH, Friday, Aug. 22nd. Priced Lands. ;. "c. '" u- -
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pa on TueBil.iy: morning to see after a [By telegraph.] Write for Descriptive Catalogue. -" ,_.-' ;;
't :
$.;0,000 contract which lias been made PLANTATION. 'J-
Jtlttenhouse Jupiter Inlet is 200 feet wide and from :-sJ, : '
by Moore,& Co. to cut two ,,, ..,.
channel through near St. Petersburg, four to six feet deep at low water. Coast- T. 313. XU.olacurca.s I ': "' ,

on the Gulf coast. log vessels will find good harbor here. ,- X'fi'

Eden, Indian River, Florida. $ '- (o-,
The telephone line will soon be finished v j' :
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The hotels have had a harvest from ,--i.li
'r .
from Jupiter to Juno, and there_is a ,
the Hood of delegates in attendance on
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the convention., Not a few'of these gentlemen line in prospect from Jupiter to Lakeforth. ;: .. : a 'f'
'i''i :
made arrangements to have the : >:; ; ii :
; : / : ) :
vocATKeut to their respective homesaegul.uly Thousands of pineapples are being < ,

for year.. planted here and prospects good, withno : ,.\ ..,.,{t.
'skeeters or flies, and millions of fish :j 1t
-dipt, Xellors and,Sherman Singleton )-3 This '
have arrived at Atlantic City: the famous his Jupiter winter.will bo sportsman's paradise ....". > Spa'ee ; Resel'3'.c1

Phlll.Ml'hlavaterlnjt plafe, with theiriiiaimteuH tf o enrn ,
The squatters on the Military reservation -
la good: condition, and are engaged J.
in exhibiting ,the mime to the are quite nervous over the report --. .r. FOR

crowds who are sojourning by the sea that the reserve, will be sold at an early ...
1-4 .
from the Quaker City. lay.The ..
Life Saving crew are arriving and I !.II'' J'
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Mrs. !ol, Jttaik And Mrs. Peter Wit-
the station will be manned on the first 1-1 Fy
fold arrived in town Monday evening,
of September & 2 O '
and started next morning for Jackson .H... ro SAMT.WatsoiuCo RAY.
\lllo\ on their way to Imllanal.ollllhere Politics are lively in Dado now, with .... .,.... loten
r ; "
they expect to unum a couple months prospects of splitting the Democraticarty. ....+. >- -

Mr, Allen, of Jeorglana, saw them off on 2" g i ,
their journey. It is reported that a company of cap- H 5

tallMts will build a hundredthousanddollar "
o .
-Our temporary foreman, Mr. Alfred
... .
hotel here in time for next season. ,
"\ilistein, left here for Sanford, Tuesday ..z Z I- ,

morning;, to take a position as clerkin yv > I '
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b :
the union of the J., T. & W, Railway; District I Registration Appointment .... ,;:

and Mr R. Jo:. L. Burnett, of Fort Gaines, !*. o-. 0 ... v

leorgU, now occupies big place in thjsottioN. ":.:.I. C
LaGrange, dlst. No. 1, Geo. 11. Gardner ..:. .
2, J. P. Blake ( On .
M r, Wnlterllo"Iandthewetl-known City Point, a, GOO X. Hatch y c r:
Rockletlge, .. 4, E. E. Hill _
Insurance ngent, came from Cocoa loto
: up
Eau Gallic, 8, II. R. Olmstead ..--
last night, ami intends remaining here '"1.
Melbourne tI; W. J. Xetbitt ..... J..
permanently. Since lie ha been in the Malabar, 1, R. C, Creech ,

East Coast section he has done business Sebastian, 8, 8. Kitching a L,." .
for his company to the total amount of St. Lucie, 9, Jas. Bell ,
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Eden U 10, T. E. Richards..
$,3SOuo. Fort Drum," 11, II. L I'arker COn1nission

A meeting of those Interested the Narrows, M If 12, II. B. Archibald
Georgians 13, Peter IL Wlttfeld
organization: of the THus\ille Electric Merritt, 14, T, U. Sanders AND

Light ('ompaoyiU 1m held to-morrow Canaveral, 15, Henry Wilson .
afternoon for the purpose of receiving Ilaulover, Itt, Thos. It Crook
I
the report of the committee appoint The registration books will be open at Florida Hotel lied Book FORWARD1GEROHANTSU I
to draft by-I"... It is hoped that our Dixon & Gray's drug store until the State Guide. and *
business and other .
men citizens will exhibit I
second Saturday in September.S. .
interest in this -
proper enterpriseand
make the project a success. The ,F. CRAV, The most complete, thorough and Dealers in Fertilizers
t.owu'Ouorll have intimated a desire to Supervisor of Registration.Titusville handsomely gotten up publication ever
encourage the company by granting attempted for the State. P. ,
what aid they (can in the way of frsj This work is now being compiled, and IIcndc..Hon & Coil Gardcn
chine and using the light r llluininal. II entirely out of the line of publications Sccdfiii,

ing the streets. FORSp1rts Issued guides. heretofore The bulk of and claiming to be Orange Boxes &
Wines matter never Crates
rendezvous Mrs. Wetinore's for the ladies residence of the Eplscopa was the size belied, small before.Clear 300 pages, convenient pub- paper.
type, Morocco
church Wednesday afternoon, when the binding,
published CEMENT
In annually, and the only work PLASTER &
organised a guild connection with the IIAIR. AGENTS
above church. The subject of :Beers giving a complete list of hotels, lines of FOR OCALA LIME.

meet travel, po Itoffiee*, industries Agent for the C.
chase of a bull for the (church tp counties F. T. REFRIGERATOR
of the guild at the residences Ststofficers, State office" MJ ww CARS.
of the I'1an.bb c.'he..
various members, eta, WM discuss CIGARS, ETC officer divisions, coin Desired ..d...that they .... properly LOADED
churches, sad ICED BILLED -
We are Informed the next meeting will societies j schools and TRACED De.Uu. ,
be held M Mrs., Fisher*, on Julia street OF THE miST QUALITY, institutions of every kind. Ready for We will Buy all kinds of Fruits
Ladies, when you gather there, jusglanc 60 TO delivery October 1, 1800. Orders receIved we will Buy and Sell Vegetables, Furs and Skins ; In fact
11011' Fries by anything offered
around the garden at the mail Me post paid. to us.
Lain handiwork. Csp- Fred :ZosleSr' Guide-Address" bo,:!lotel Red Book and scats Correspondence solicited on any want
8tfi, Augustine, Fla I you may have

Respectfully, J. $. WATSON & CO'.p





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