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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 29, 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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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> : Hioiial Cards.OAULDEX County Attorney J. T. Sanders made ; S. Watson Co. are headquarters f "What wo you no closely\ examining "',
above l head nuked .
a trip to Cocoa, Monday, to attend to kinds of fcrtill HITS. your our Society
I% Reporter of a gentleman Washington "
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an assault! and battery cose. lie returned : '. lands; rare bargains; pro- venue, last night, whom ho thought ,

s' ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Tuesday evening. v of i : ; very cheap., C. T. McCarty, moat be slightly "torn-hod In the upper
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tory" by the peculiarity of Inn actions.
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-C. H. Nauman of Fin.
BtlLLE, FLA. Esq., Ilaulover ; All ho replied that "1ie was !peeking for'
wl\llin town Tuesday on business connected to blnst. nut Sunday, at Court- he Star of Bethlehem," it put things in r,

.[\T. SANDERS, with the, firm of J. P. Turner & : by Rev. A. D. Cohen. 11 a. m. different light. It appears that this IA

Co., of which he In the unnamed partner. m. a most Interesting phtmoinonon thin
ATTORXEY-AT-LAW, p. year aa astronomical calculations show
j Tactice In all the Courts of tile Seventh Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE may $ (r. D I.. Oaulden started for Sov- UnIt[ the Star of llutldelutm makes Its npenranre ,
Circuit of Florida., by left with Messrs. Stlllng & Taylor, : ; on little law business, re- In about every :31.1: yours, and
J Box 235. TITUSVILLE, FLA. by the residents of Cocoa and vicinity, here was present at the birth of Christ.
,k Money to I-onn. i Tuesday cvvnltt); It our renders don't got glimpse of it
bit which will bo placed promptly on our ( G. W. Martin. baa boon on the now they will never get another chance "
.i:. Romms. WALTEH 8. GBAHAM. 1st, t
lint the week but pk-AX- during their litetllIIIt can now bo "
pant we are
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-Last Friday Messrs. Fee & Nesbitt, him around seen (KO wo are Informed) every evening
see ngalu
after eight clock, just a little south/ oClist. ,;
't: ATTORXEYS-AT-LAW: the artesian well contractors, of Melbourne : :M. E. Gruber started for Minis It la pecnliaily: hi rpht; and beauiful I ",

". VILLE, Brcvanl Co., Florida. completed a well for M. J. L. : '! morning on a visit to her orb, and will bo visible for nearly
:-. ,2M. Lucas, at Eden. It ia 811 feet in' depth; Miss Heckle Mim but returned six weeks. and If yon, d> not tic j ;;,
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(practice In all tleoontiosof the Seventh and hall a very fine flow of water. I your: optics on It this year our road- ;
't and In the Supreme Court. Special fa- ; evening, feclingqulte ill. era must live three ccutniliH to got another '
for KxttiuinliiR and solicited IHirfertlnff from Claim-IantlOorreMMMiilenee -Wo noticed Dr. Screven had rather a [r. Charles Converse and bride nr chance to view It. Thla star now" '; tf

o nil Heirs to Spanlnh+ iranta. lonesome expression upon his conntonince In town Tuesday evening, and ill added to the five fixed stars forming I
Money to Loan. 1 this week, and upon inquiry we the < on Uillatlon of (::1I16l1iul'cllDy it 'i '' "
next morning for their place at ppenilng thin your, It will have been
.< M. D. L. DODSON, found that Mra. Screven and little child Icy. The AnvocATK wishes thorn run seven Union t-lnco the beginning of

IU' fc had gono to Osteen on a short visit to or year of joy happtnoM I\l\Ilprllll' ho Christian era. It was,discovered 5

, LIST IX OPERATIVE, SUROI- her! parents. Mr. Converse, (who tlvlllnt Eau last tlnio by Tych do lirahc, iu 1572: ,who
MECHANICAL I> cseilbed It UK a star extraordinary
& DENTISTRY
1 TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.no -Prof. and Mrs. Schell, who have been ( for some time) was married to .irlRhtnuss, which ouUhono tho stars of

Teeth Filled and Pnwnreil wlthnnt staying in Middle Florida, Georgia and M. J. Ogden, at Jacksonville, on fist llIa nltl\llollllul could bo seen In the
otion to nerve" A 1K.'e,.e,1 Teeth impress- North Carolina since tho 13th of May, \ light of dny. Chic star IH IInl'I(1orlll lan
.reated. 1'lvot Teeth and Crowns Adjustrtlntiontjle. the. annals! of 1204( A. I)., nnd of 04.5V
here Saturday their
llrokeu Teeth Memleil.' Alltoot returned evening,
; Engineer Fitzgerald nnd'f.imlly like\
approved kinds of 1'lnte Work and D.., doling the Emperor Otto' reign f
tiled to fit nicely flog Administered for many friend being quite pleased.to see In others, are on the look-out for ru It IH the Identical Mar of Bethlehem. '' t
a Extraction. 1 them buck.ngaln.. t \ In town; but the prospect looks Now, reader If It be calculated back-
wards from )45: that would make Its :r a
-The St. Augustine, with Mr. Mason for tht'lII. for there alp none to coincident, with the birth npicnrance of .

Notice of Dissolution.: Young and Superintendent W. Ii. Watson : TltuHvllle.. This shows a lively CIIl'IRt. and when calculation madia

US I la to certify that the firm of J. on board, returned from her tripto ; of things dining the hot .Bum from \M.: forward tho star wan duo lu
':- S. Watson & Co. dissolved co-part- Jupiter Sunday afternoon at 430. lIouKl'n. Aa wo expect several more 1200 1375 and INK), Wo have explalnoil
hip on the lt day of May, 181K\ All Mr. Young left here Monday morning : in town this winter wo' shall the \history of tho Star of Ituthlcheni fl*
l due the late firm are to be paid tot well M we can, but no doubt our Sunday: ,
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on his special car. know where to stow them \\1th- School teacher It moro ex
J. S.: Watson; all claims against said can explain
I to be paid by Mr. J. S.: .Watson.'i -)[ Glen Strohm, of Ilcath, was In .\ tho builders coma to the resruo. pllcltly.

'," J. S. WATSON, town a few (days this week, and reported : Ere long we hope to give our,Eau [Local continued on lingo 8.]

S. It. R.tr.Election the health of his stepfather aa being very ; readers a little Interesting news<

:; unsatisfactory. We regret to learn this, regard to improvements to bo 'fclcgra )11ic News .

and hope Mr. Sackett will soon be in I[ there, which at present we are hot .
Notices. -
'Ii J robust health again, as of yore. to mention. We may, how- [Telegraph to EAST Co AMADVOCATK..)'
t JOHN }[. DIXON, hereby announce Bravo and Ida brother-in-law '[ say that Supt. W. D. Watsoit la at
-*-Capt. ,
q trf3'#Treasurer myself as, subject a Candidate to ratification for the office by Mr. Francis Sabite, started for St. Aug- making Improvements, and la Font riEiicis. Filclay Aug. 20th.

Democratic voters of the County oft ustine, Monday morning, where Mrs. for blda for furnishing and drlv- The schooner Queen, of Kuu!: Gallic, ,

; :'13revard, at the coming: primal-Jen. Bravo Ia at present staying. Our popular ISO piles for a dock 80 feet square; arrived hero Sunday from Elliott Key, '

Your obedient servant, 1 Captain ia expected back to-morrow also blda for building pona filled loaded with 07,000 pluvapplu slips for tho
JOHN M. DIZON.
: evening. Mr. Sabite Is on a two weeks' rock at Eau Jallle, for dock of Indian River Krovrt-rH. ,

RELIEVING: that a majority of the vacation.Misa. slzo Further particulars will be :Mr. G. V. Uurkc, who has a farm seven
i Voters of thla precinct favor the later. xTho to
miles back of Fort I'lurro expects neb
Stella Hale who claims to be
-election of S. II. RAT as County : i last of tho Ice-cream fcstlvala in out from two and a half to three nor en s
take in one of Titusville's champion lady swimmers '
measurer, we pleasure present-
with the Methodist church
Htg: his name to the Voters of Brevard ia in town again having been on a : of tomatoes In a few week
twenty, SEVERAL CITIZENS. visit to Jacksonville, St. Augustine, San- ., : held In the building on Main street, Tho Somlnolu Indiana are with, uu, i

Grange, Fla., Aug. iMith, 18tK ford and Palatka. Her frionda In town evening when the sum of (15 There baa been a large i>ncampment o(

to'see her T'J.' cleared, During the evening an horn at tho back of the store at thief
.hereby announce myself as a Can l- were pleaded jovial face once ;
i, date for Renomination for the of- : for a cako for the prettiest lllace during time piit-t two wt'eka. Tim

6 of Sheriff, subject to ratification by more.Mr.. J. E. M. Hodgson and son, King. 4 lady: present caused Homo spirited :' Indiana brought a very largo7 lot of tan

_>#Democratic voters of the,County at an, of Eau Gallie\ arrived in town Tues- ; but Miss Ethel Field, of Indlan- ted deer skins and alligator bides for
*coming primaries. bocamo tho happy possessor of the sale.
-; JAMES yours E. BOWMAN. returned tho same day. We learn that ,On the other hand, the cake for liuvlir!. taw mill!. U now running full

another residence will be erected on the ugliest gentleman present was taken blast, and U turning out Homo fine lunu
,1 hereby announce ,myself aa a CandiDf II', Steve Gelgor. Aa ho la one of the her.
the Eau Gallie river t lIs"inter by a relative
of. ; young men of our town,
._ o of Mr. John Asplnwall, of Barry JCI'IUU, Aug. !iOtli
[&fon{ by the Democratic voters of the town, N. Y. like to know bow it was that
$Iraaries. \ possessor of the cuke. While tho train wan returning fronts
-Captain and Mrs C. F. Fischer and
Respectfully yours, The garden of Mrs. John Mmomion Juno a few days ago the passengers wentuiprlaed
E. W. HALL. Miss Laura Larsen started, Monday
to bear something similar toa
,,- attractive to visitors to our \
morning, for a sail as\ far aa Cocoa.
owing to the variety and beauty of rattlesnake' bux. The train wan stop ,
LOCAL NEWS. Miss Lulu Hosick was one of the party. lowers, with which she ia HO ener. pad and all the passengers vcrycautloaay -
They returned here about 4 30 Tuesday
proceeded to locate the wound. Tho
With reference to1' flowers
wo are
,
afternoon the Captain being loaded
fairly

d.' | informed by a gentleman that a exact position of bin snakushlp wan dls.
ity And General Gnetip In connettiou with a choice variety of pineapple flower has been discovered at coverod, and lie wa-cllltur"d alive. Hod
[with Indian RIver and Lake Worth sections slips, obtained from his son-in-law's
I during part week. Thief mention of beautiful I th m us of Tehuantepuc, Its chief now occupying a stateroom on board
I Interesting Event) About People You I place. being the habit of changing hu steamer St. Lucia, tu route to a museum .

[Know: and People You Don't Know -:Mr. A. L. Hatch and son, of City during the day. In the morning In Atlanta Georgia. his parapber

Tleked up by Our Society Editor. Point, came up to town on Tuesday eve white; when the sun U at Its zenith nalla cotuUftxl of ten rattles and a but.

ning's steamer, and left, next morningfor ( red; and at night it is blue. This ton.
let the ADVOCATE at Dr. Screyen'a. Jacksonville on their way to New< white and blue flower la said to Commanders Green suit Hitchcock) ,

jive Cents per copy. York. Mr. Hatch hall gone to select on a tree the size of a small guava Ughthouso Inspectors, were hero this

-Mr. X. R. Johnstone, who was intc4wn various needful things for his wellknownstore and only at noon does It give out week, inspecting lights.

a few days last week, returned tots and expects to return here about perfume. This would be a welcome The children this district have boea ,

home at Indianola, Saturday. the first week in September. Our City; : to the gardens of those Indies quite sick with naullla, and we are at a

Money Money! I Money to Point friends must look out for good and i towq and suburbs who' (take such loss to know what ha ticen the cause of !

i on real estate. Apply to Bobbins nice things on his return. pride in the cultivation pf : their Indisposition.The .

faham, Tltusville, Fla. -There LA expression on the face ; telephone from Jupiter to Juno \A 3'

of Conductor Tilleret during the past now In working order, much to the Joy,
-Mr. Will Gleason of Eau Gallic was Capt. It. P. Paddiaoo of the E. C. T. l
few days very like hr that which is observed of Interested parties. ,
I town a day or so this week, and he, in ia expected to arrive Ju Jacksonville
on the countenance of a small boy; J Mr. and Mr. J. I'. Turner of Titus a
company with his father, Gov. Gleason, with the steamboat recently par
on a Christmas morning on that of i a a villa are down here. Mr. Turner U taking
4ve our office a call Wednesday. ted by that company fur service on
young Miss at her first birthday party. photographs and scene of this sec.
-Mr, W. A. whose boat hast River. The Captain was ddaio-
Baugh
I Its presence is due to the fact that his tlon. They will go up the rivet on a
being thoroughly overhauled by. wife presented him with a fine girl las some time in getting started, on pleasure trip to-morrow, probably.Vtrlpllnc r
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pt. Simonson, returned to his place Sunday. Mrs. V. is doing quite satisfactorily of delay In getting proper lasu

awn the river on Wednesday. and the babe!Is in a like condition.It to cover the trip outside, and will for r..Br ...
In Jacksonville few. weeks to
f-.Messrs. J. F. Lewis and Geo. W. is said the baby is "the picture of his : the addition a of condensers OCA LA, Friday, Aug. %flh.

urton:, : went to Turnbull yesterday on a daddy," with the same hearty laugh, recent The 11 o'clock a. m.

oveying. trip. Mrs. Morton accompani- but not quite so strong; and It weigh propose to purchase.bare their craft manage at Tl. [Special to the ADVOCSTLJThe

them, taking her g nn along to see over libs. Frank, the ADVOCATE congratulates by October I, and allow their! Republican Convention has nom
t she could shoot, but she returns you and Mrs. V. Their many patrons to satisfy themselves lasted J. N. Stripling of Jacksonville for

|thoat a bird. She saw a deer, how- friends In Jacksonville will be pleased to a personal examination as to congress In this district. II* Is a native
the competing craft is all that Floridian and at present prosecuting at.
r, which she said too far off to hear of Conductor YiUeret
_ was being a for her in the way q* speed torney of the U. 8. Circuit Court of thq
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reinforced byMcs-r.. Carlisle Vanced TELEGRAPH CABLE.
'Tho fast Coast Adv cai THE NATIONAL CAPITAL.WORK Vest, made a strong effort to reduce.rotes y.ar rolled thirteenth by* unminl meeting

... on wire and iron pipe but with no sac- Tho of the
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American opened at Saratoga
cess.V hen the cutlery paragraph was WHAT 18 GOING ON IN THE
OF THE FIFTY-FIRST reached, Mr. Cullom took the floor sod WORLD.A N. Y., on Wednesday. The commission .
TTTUSVILLE. FLORIDA. BUSY of .
: to promote uniformity lcgii
CONGRESS.PPOCEEDINGSjiOF made a lengthy speech on the general;
net ol resolutions.
- lion presented a Among
subject of tariff. Discussion on the cut
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lery paragraph was carried on at muck BCMMAKT VT OCTSTDB HfVXffS CONDENSED the new member elected were Mcnn,

NEWS OF THE SOUTH THE HOCTK AND 8ENATK length by other senators. The amendment TOBSt: NEWSY DfSPATCBI Perkins, Carson, MuMenbcrg, and lleiser,
BRIEFED-DELIBERATIONS OVEn MAT and bill went over. }[r. Hoar mOM UNCLE HAM'S DOMAIN 3D WHAT of Pennsylvania; Wale of Delaware

TEns OF MOME.aOrs INTEREST TO OUB gave notice of two amendments which THE CABLE BXINOS. and Albert, of Maryland making a tOI.i!
AN COMMON COtr.T Y.-IU>TES. membership of over one hundred thous-
ho would offer Wednesday to
BRIEF NOTES INTER- resolution. The senate then adjourned.After Russia ha- wdered COO.COO rifles In and. general council wan elected, oo,

ESTING NAT E. On Saturday the senate resumed consideration an hour spent in waiting for a France.A from each state.

( of the river and harbor bill. Wednesday, re- very litrhft MOW, the first of the

PITHT 1TKMS mOM AM. POINTS IN TDUBODTnKBN Jr. Quay asked ,unlnlmoul consent to sumecl consideratitnof the bill to exempt season, fell ae Denver, Coh,. .. Monday

STATES THAT Wilt. ENTER"TAIN offer a resolution for a change of rules, sos mining lands from operations of the alien night. LOOKS

THE HEADER-ACCIDENTS, FIRES, to bring the senate to a vote on the land law. The house then took up, under The republican convention' Wisconsin -SOJUALLY.THB .

FLOODS, ETC. tariff bill on the 80th of August, and to a special order, the bill defining lard (the on Wednesday, lominated Governor GREAT STRIKE,'TTHOtrOII REPORTED
limit other 1 legislation to. appropriation lard bill and before
Conger compound ) Hoard.
18 OROVRRO
The democratic convention in the ENDED, 'WORSE.
bills, public building bills etc., objected the reading of the journal, Holman raised -
fourth district of Louisiana Intense heat Si reported throughout
congressional and harbor
Consideration of the river
to. tho of It afternoon
renominated N. C. Blaochard. point no quorum. was Austria. There lave been many fatal A Buffalo, N. .Y., dispatch gays: The
with the
bill was then proceeded on when a quorum appeared, and then,
strike the Central which
The three-story brick building, in New amendments offered by Individual senators. furth"proceedings having been dispensed cases of sunstroke.One on WAS supposed

Orleans, occupied by LaFarque & Freres, All amendments adopted by the with, the j urnal was read, The thousand Men are out 06' employment to bo over, took.serious turn 8e+t-

importers of church ornaments, was committee of the w hol. were agreed, to, bUt! to repeal the alien land law was taken owing t. the moroccoUnisners' the urday switchmen morning, when that, t rond 3 'clock in the a, m.,

burned Monday morning. Loss $40,000; and the bill was passed. A conferencewas up in the morning bourbut, was laid strike in Lynnr Xass. on city
the of the
a* well as men West Shore
fully insured in local companies. asked, and Messrs. Frye,.Dolph and over. The bail providing for the adjustment The work of the census enumerators road went out in The
a of
Governor Sear of Alabame, on Monday Ransom wero appointed conferees partof of accounts of laborers, workmen shows the population of Maine to be this body.Iris 'understood cause

appointed W. IL Taylor, cf Marcn 1 the senate. The conference report on and mechanics, rinsing under the eight 638,434, : an increase of 0,500 state 1830. originated new complication Friday afternoon, The ,

go county, chancellor of the southwestern be house bill to establish a national millary hour law, was taken up, but went over. Mount AthrM monastery, at Belgrade, muter at Blac Brock wa ordered to yard-send
division to succeed Chancellor Cole. park at the battlefield at Chickamauga The house then under
proceeded, a special has been partially burned. Several build three men to the Exchange street depot
elevated to the was presented by Mr. Hawley far. the Idervlort of the
man to
recently supreme or con ings were gutted and twelve monks lost
who
to take tho of oilers
went
notice for the places out
and Mr. of bill
bench.A agreed to. Quay gave senate providing inspection.of their lives. _
his intention to move for a change of meats for export. 1 he bill was passed. i ? a week agowhich'he did. Upon arriving
Rii-hmond dispatch says: Judge I The Central breaker oi the Delewarc, at tho depot and being told
rules ft. set out in the resolution whichhe The house then adjourned.
Joseph Christian, ex-president married of the had asked unanimous consent to offer, :Mr. Quay's "order of business" resolution Lnckawannn nd Western Company, at what was wanted of them, the

supreme court in of Centre appeals, was and said that he would not call it up be- was again taken up in the senate on Scranton, Po... was burned Monday night. Blackrock men declined to go to

Wednesday to Mrs.,Anna Reynolds.county, The Pennsylvania Judgeis fore Tuesday. After a brief executive Wednesday. :Mr. Hoar offered a substitute Lots, $100.000.The work, whereupon the yardmaster wucalled

nearing, three score and tel). session, the senate adjourned.In making it in order to c'ose debate machine paper mill o' the Paper upon and requested to do' something -
tho house, on Monday, on motion of after any matter has been under consideration I Pattern Company was burned Saturday which, it was claimed, wns in the
Dr. William Garrison, a prominent Mr. Cummings, of New York, the senate for a "reasonable time," and also : afternoon at Appleton, Wis. Loss.$150- nature of taking another man's place,
physician and citizen of Victoria, Tenn., bill was passed granting leave of absence an amendment to add the election bill to 000; insurance 75000. and he declined. lie was discharged and

jumped from a moving train, a few days to per diem employes in the customs ser- Mr. Quay's list of measures, a vote to be The French aeronaut, Btesanon, and six other with him. The Switchmen's

ago, while suffering from a temporary rice Mr. Dalzell, of Pennsylvania, taken on it September 4th. :Mr. Hoar' Astronomer Hcrmito propose to make a Union then called a meeting for Saturday
aberration of mind lie received injuries
from which he died called up the Mississippi contested election 8tid his motion seemed to require a compact balloon expedition to' the north pole, night, and after looking into the subject,
Tuesday. case of Chalmers against Morgan. statement of the purpose, mechanism starting from Spitsbergen. a strike was ordered. The situation
The official election returns from sixty bill. 'There about the Central depot and yards nowa
The majority report was in favor of Mr. and necessity of an election On Salvadorian
of tho sixtv-six counties, of Alabama, Morgan, the sitting member. Mr. had never been n measure ro much misrepresented Tuesday Don Galindo serious one. All trains, both in and
had been received up to Monday Jones Chalmers was then granted permission to or so morn misunderstood. agent at Guatemala City, telegraphed to out, are delayed, and much ,difficulty ii

(democrat) has 130,073, and Long (republican address tho house for an hour and a hall Messrs. Hoar, Frye and Edmunds made President F.zeta that peace, honorable to experienced in handling the con.

) 40,321'110 other counties In his own behalf. The minority substitute
will increase the democratic majority to was rejected, and the majority erotic senators made any comment. Mr- dispatch of Wednesday, says A A dispatch from Albany says: Early
05,000: resolution declaring Mr. Morgan entitled Spooner moved to refer the Quay resolution virulent diphtheria is prevailing in towns Saturday evening n. a freight train

Report from tho northwest counties of to the scat was agreed to without to the committee on rul l. Mr. Aldrich on the French shore of Newfoundland.It manned by Pinkerton men wee passing

Kentucky, say the mountain regions I!, division. Mr. Mussel), of' Con. declined to lay aside tho tariff bill is terribly fatal in Its results. thresh lae northern part of the city,

along the Big; Sandy river are being necticut, from tbo committee on temporarily, so the senate proceededwith The Queen's theater at Manchester, several boys stoned the train. Two ,of

swept by flux and kindred diseases, and printing, moved to suspend the rules consideration of the tariff England, has been destroyed' by fire. The the Pinkerton men tired into the crowd,

the people aro dying by the score, and and puss a bill fixing tho wages of The house amendment to the agricultural Hoi ands at )[jJI platting, near Manchester one of the balls passing through the

drought, low wivcr prcguatcd with alkali printers, bookbinders ana pressmen, in college bill nnd the meat inspectionbill has also been burned; loss 20,000.: ankle of John MeC rtbyaged twenty-two,

and excessive heat, arc supposed to be the government printing office at fifty were laid before the senate and were A clyclono and hailstorm in the department who was standing near by. The police

tho cause. cents an hour for day work and sixty concurred in. These bills now go to the of Aube, France, Sunday, ravaged ern sled Robert Tyler, James Patterson

Judge Max Stein, of Ilildngo county, a cent for night work; and providing that president for his signature. The senate eighteen communes,'destroying harvested and Thomas O'Connor, three detectives.

wealthy and leading merchant of Edinburgh for all piece work on tho Congressional bill authorizing the construction of a and growing crops.. The loss is estimated QUIET IN NEW TORE
Texas shot and killed Tuesday Record sixty cent thousand ems shall bridge over Tennessee river at or near
was per at nearly 20,000,000 francs. Train arrived and left the Grand
be t.,. Yeas 127 Knoxvillc, and the house bill for tho relief
in Mexico paid. Agreed
morning Roynosa, by ; nays
The Maine hospital bureau in Wash Central depot in New York Sunday oa
of settlers the :Northern Pacific
27. Mr. IIitt of Illinois from tho on
,
Mrs. Dcln McCabe of Cams committee
county,
railroad indemnity lands 'taken ington is informed that there is a case of regular time' No freight was started out,
were
Texas. Tho murderess is the wife of ex- on foreign affairs, moved to suspend
the rules from the calendar and passed-the latter .yellow fever on board the Spanish bnrk but it is announced that freight would be
and senate joint
McCabe The affair reso
county Judge grew pass Castillo, from Cienfuegos via I'a cagoula, received Monday at all and
regular
out an election trouble, lution providing that nothing in the dip with substitute. Seven senators and ,yards
lomatic and consular appropriation bill Speaker Reed were in the chamber when row detained at Chandclcu, quarantine freight trains started.
A special from Dallas. Texan, says that shall be construed to interrupt the publication these bills were passed. Tho senate adjourned station, Mississippi.A Aging Superintendent Byrnes notified
when the
State convention
Republican of of the international at G:10 o'clock. dispatch from Dublin, Ireland, of the police to be extra vigilant on that i
meets in Sun Antonio on September 8d, American conference.report Agreed to. No Tuesday, Ban: The potato disease is day, when freight trains are started, and i
that it will bo controlled white Republicans
by -
of Southern birth who will quorum voting on tho next motion the :NOTES. spreading with alarming rapidity in the prevent any interference with now men.
house adjourned. Tho amount of silver bullion purchasedby southern portion of County Down. In
form white
will denounce a the Republican force bill party.and demand They In the senate, on Monday, !Ir, Qua the treasury department Wednesday all parts of Armagh blight has assumed FEARFUL

tho passage of an Australian ballot law. gave formal notice of his intention to ask was 406,000 ounces. serious proportions. WRECK,
tho senate to adopt the "order of busi The president has signed the bill fort The situation of the machinists' strike '
A Ran Antonio, Texas, dispatch says: ness'1 resolution, proposed by him la. the establishment of a military park at at Pittsburg for nine hours is decidedly 'I'' TO WHICH EIGHT PASSENGERS ARE KILLED
Martina of the
Martinez AND
one TWENTY
recently
authorities parties Saturday. The notice went over till 1 the battlefield of Chickamauga. favorable to the men. Less than a dozen INJURED.
arrested the in Mexico
by Tuesday The scnnto then ded firms still hold and the strikers
out
f, participating in tho Sandovat procei to The treasury department, on Tuesday, nro A dispatch from Boston Mass.
r revolutionary ,
the consideration of the deficiency bill, afternoon issued a circular providing for confident that all will concede the de says
movement serious accident
was quietly a
very happened to the
and a number of committee amendmentswere mands of the in few
the immediate redemption of : men a days.
$13,000-
taken from jail Monday morning by a Cape Cod and Woodshall train on the Old
squad of ten Mexican soldiers and was agreed to. Amendment appropriating 000 of 4} per cect bonds at 104}. A Melbourne, Australia, dispatch of Colony road at Quincy at 1 o'clock Tuesday

executed.A an aggregate of French of 1,230,08 claims for the The president, on Saturday, nominated Tuesday says: Owing to a strike the afternoon. Thu train jumped the track
spoliation
payment were Colonel Jedcdiah II. Baxter chief medical Tasmanian Shipping company has laid fifteen feet from President's
dispatch of Wednesday from Adairsvlllo bridge The
agreed to. Yta 81 13.: The bill 1
; nays, Its boats and
Qa., suysi Down Oothcolooga was reported back to the senate and all purveyor of the army, to bo surgeon up many steamers have first passenger coach fell on the engine,
the 1c general with the rank of brigadier general. stopped running. Ship owners are vainly tho'lutter
Icy grasshoppers aro playing bavowith the amendment that were sgreel to bj making offers of having toppled over. The engine
fodder, clover\ and other green crops. tho committee of the whole were agree The special committee appointed to investigate prolonged engagementsat set fire to the train. The firemanwas
In Rome places tho shuck has been eaten the high wages. instantly killed and the
to in bulk, the only front the ears of corn. It is fortunate vote being that inserting an Cooper against Commissionerof A dispatch of Sunday, from Dublin fatally injured. As far as can be learned

that they are not extended over a very item of 40OOU to complete the Pensions Green n. Raum, met Wednesday Ireland, says: In Skibbereen a measureof there were fight passengers killed ntd

large territory, for the damage they are Investigation by tho department of and began its work. Tho commit- potatoes which lust year sold at 4d about twenty injured.

going U great. agriculture as to the underfiow and artesian tee; Consists of Messrs. Morrill, Sawyer, now sells at lOd. The crop is certain to

A memorial association has been organized waters and their availability for irrigation. Smyser, Goodnight and Lewis. be exhausted by October. The famine

nt Law ri-nceburg, Tenu., for the put The amendment was discussed A paper was in circulation on the floor fever has appeared in Biaskct Island, on ASIATIC CHOLERAMAKES

llO\o of erecting a monument to the metory nfor nearly two hours, and was eventually of the house Tuesday, addressed by republican tho west coast of Ireland. .

of Davy Crockett, the Tenn..seeIJl&Ckwood Agreed to. Tho bill was then putaso d. members to tho committee on The census count of the United Statesup ITS APPEARANCE IN LONDON AND

mRn who afterwards became The tariff bill was then taken up, the rules reciting the necessity for final ac to this time shows an aggregate; of CREATES A BENSATIOK.
the hero of the Alamo. It 1. fitting that pending question being on Mr. Plumb'samendment ties by congress upon the national elect 02,005,033: : and when the entire count is -
this memorial should bo placed in Law- reducing the duty on tinplates tion bill, and expressing the A sensation has been caused in Londonby

renctbutgf lure ho assisted in laying off from 2 2.10 cent a pound to 1 of the signers to continue the Presentna..tnn county: the announcement of n case of Asiatic

the town and there begun his polit.cal: pant----, -And-- nrAvl...-.'--15 inrv.fnp.-. A- lumntv"-_./ t\t. 1. -__.____ until__no ..n_,..}_, _.._ttnn.._ ./.. _Ko/1" be about 04,000,000, an increase of about cholera in her midst Robert Leigh, a
'.'"'''' cent a pound on tin plates produced in 30 per cent dnring the decade. coal trimmer, aged 30 years, landed on

While a snitch engine was moving the United States. The debate took a ATLANTA'S FESTIVAL I The American Forestry association, the Sunday from the steamer Duke of Argyll,
some ('arlln the LouUville and Nashville wide range upon the general subject of objects of which are the preservation and from Calcutta, which had just arrived nt

railroad yard* at Birmingham, Alt, on tariff protection. Without coming to a WAS A BIO It'CCE88-AX DMENSB TRADE judicious management of the American th it port, and went to a coffee housj; ,
Wednesday, one of the cars jumped the vote, the bill was laid aside and the sen FHOCKB8IOX. forests, has accepted the invitation of the where ho secured lodging. 't ucsday ho

track. Four switchman were standing ate adjourned.The -- government of the province of Quebec was carried on a stretcher from the coffeehouse

DII top of the car at the time, and all of house, on Tuesday, tabled the motion The south has never known such a and will hold its autumn meeting in th", to Poplar hospital where the doctors

them were thrown with great forco to reconsider the McKay bill so it thorough and complete trade display as parliament buildings at Quebec from the pronounced his case one of severe
against some cars standing on another is finally passed The consideration of took place in Atlanta Thursday. The :d to the :5th day! of September. Asiatic cholera. .
track Switchman Will Beaver was inktantly the bill to amend the alien land law was midsummer festival surpassed the fondest
killed, and the other three badly hen begun and occupied the morning dream of those most interested in it, and New Exports Yuk of specie from the port of
for the
Injured hour and was not concluded when the wa in the past week amounted to
grandest
every respect
The Grand lodge of Odd Fellows of hour expired. The house then proceededto tacular ..however witnessed in the Bout spec b. and$5(50,300: $ 27aoo, of which in $40,300 was in cold SEVEN KILLED.
silver
the consideration of the Repute n .i- All Atlanta Ail the gold went -
Georgia convened in Savannah Wednesday .: turned out to mako it a success '
moruinjr. The following officer cultural college bill. Tho time allotted and the people came from every part to South America and all the silver to FEARFUL WRECK: ON A COLOBADA. RAIL

were elected for the en.wugyear; James for debate w aa utilized by over a cozen of the state, from Alabama, Mississippi l Europe. Import of specie for the week ROAD.

Anderson, of Atlanta, Grand Master; members, most of whom, in short Florida and the Carolina to witness it, amounted to $278,129, of which $143 -
Robert Daniel., of Griffin. Deputy GrandMaster speeches, favored the bill When the and everybody seemed delighted. So 000( was in gold and $132,149 in silver Telegrams from Bards, Colorado,

; James Vanbcnchatt, of Savannah diacuuion closed, the bill, is amended, perfect and complete was the display thatstep A union secret meeting of engineers, twelve milts south of Trluadad say that

Grand Warden; John G. Deity, of passed without division. It appropriate have already been taken to make the conductors, brakemen firemen and wreck has occurred and asking for sur

Macon, Grand Secretary; James Tyson, out of money arising from the midsummer festival a permanency. Every switchmen was held at Bellevue Ohio geons. The wrecked train lei t 1 rinadad

of Savannah, Grand Treasurer The sale of the public'lands to each state and year the di.pl"y..ilI be repeated. At- on Sund",. The object of. the meeting, early Monday morning to repair a bridge

rand lodge will meet next year in territory for a more complete endowment lacti' varied industries were never known was to discuss the different phases of that had washed out just below Barela,
Columbus Oa.XiOBgoat of college for the benefit of agriculture to the people, and the show gave them wort In their several departments and on the Union Pacific. It is not known

Boat Bees Most and mechanic arts, the um of$13,000 for an inkling only of what surround them.. form some sort of an amalgamation, to just how the accident occurred, but it is
Iceberg. the year ending June 80, 1890, and supposed that the :
an Every business was represented in the wherebv they would better understand engineer failed to stof
The British shin Lansing, which is the annual increase of such appropriation for line, a'd the great throne which saw it each other. the train in time and all were ditched.
longest not the largest two yean thereafter, by an aQdilional pass added a new and interesting char Seven persona were killed and fourteen

afloat, ha had a rough passage sailing of craft 33: sum annual over the preceeding year, and the t.r to their book of kno sledge Silver offered to the treasury Monday woundl:;}. :
sum to be paid thereafter shall be i
days from Dundee, on which she was 590,000 ounce accepted .
( lost one $23,000. The house then ; 540, .
of her seamen, Edward adjourned PRINT WORKS ounces Rates OUt
Scott l1e.was When Mr. BURNED. paid, 200,000( ounces
Quay's "order of
I leaning over the after nil when the ship resolution" laid business 118 and 50,000 at 116. From San Fran WILL CEASE TO EXIST. !
was before the
gave a lurch and he fell into the tea. senate THE DCNSEIX PLANT DESTROYED Cisco at eastern paints, 200,000 ounces at
The Laming smashed the record aa an Tuesday desired to morning address, the Mr. Hoar said that he BETWEEN $130,000 AND $200,000. 1.173; 59,000( at 1 193; 400,000 at 1.183. THE EXIOQTS O! LABOR D| ALABAMA i
senate on the sub
JceU.Ji observer. Capt. Iktfield 1 he price of silver in 0010
says he but would London Monday TO PIECES.:
|xwod 130( berg off the banks, and that jest, and prefer to do to Wedues- Fire at Pawtucket, R. L, Saturday was 54 pence, the highest point reached --
understood
day, that
nearly all of them were big The lancing to the senator from that was agreeable morning, destroyed a large part of the since April 1878. Past Master Workman N. B, Stack of

come here in ballast, and will suit Mr. said Pennsylvania Dunnell print works, one of the largest A Chicago dispatch the Knights of Labor in Alabama, says
be had
Quay
for the East ladies with no objection The establishments in the save: There Iii the
a cargo of general -, resolution state All the old movement on foot for order is wpidly goini to pieces itt
merchandise. She 1* a four-ma.ted tariff bill accordingly then went ovtr. The works, covering about three acre, were he Woman' Christian joining Temperance together that *state He think it will lx only a
iron vwel of J.OOO tons, and .ii 330 fed was taken up the burned. The new building, covering aa and Salvation Union short time until the Knights of Labor,
pending
long. > New York Sun. que-tkm being on Mr. acre. WeN saved but in Army At least that
a
Plumb'l amendment damaged con. U what )( Francis Willard the once powerful in the industrial region ,
reducing the diuon. The eaters
duty on tin !hate from 910 print work and drying department president of the Woman' Christian Tern- of that state, will cease to exit. an or- ;
WONDEKS cent
or ra;; vs.tr, s were totally destroyed.
AU
ganlzatioa
the
to 1 cent a pound and allowing a penance Union, said in He gives a* reasons for th I
''Didyou ever see a shad row r of 1 cent a pound on American tin bounty coitly roll printing machine and :500 bra*, meeting of the Salvation soldierTvVedne.". break-up internal dissension the order

"Xo, but Pro seen a iijord Uh." No action WM taken Mr, McPhenon pbt., to ':!OOOOOO engraved; fully were insured.lost.<< Lou $150,000 day night. Miss Willard did not go into bad management, unwise strikes and the

particulars_ ; ,the merely gave an outline of impoaxibility laborer of banding different classes
into one organization


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p wildest enthusiasm.' Governor Mabry '

HMWtS'1 ALLIANCE NOTES TERRIBLE DISASTER. FLORIDA STATE NEWS was escorted to the platform, ',

A CTCLONE SCOOPS DOWN OX ''''1LKEI!- and thanked the convention for It It said that the hop tine is the best -Ik.
time conferred. The substitute for in the manufacture
of
BARRE, 1'A.APPAU.IKO ftF.8CI.T8. great compliment rags
, ;;a w;rd>F THE ORDER ANDIf -- J-BIEF SUMMARY OF* WHAT IS came the report of tho committee paper. The vine pulp possesses great

3. : pflTS. MEMBERS.I'S The following arc extracts from an account on platform nnd resolutionhich wn length strength, flexibility and delicAcy.
GOING .OK AROUND US.
51i of at Wilkesbarrc Pa. read when Mr. St.: Clair-Abrams moved A weak '
: ( n cyclone galvanic current, which will
.
that the clause sub-trio
I'if. -h ri'ln'ing lo tho
Tuesday evening Thosticets are nil sometimes
< : revs cure a toothache be +
f ::' i tJ.'WI't.l't; "nktxo, DOSE TUB VARIOUS: may
} ? ix Bred with fallen debris from dcmoliheclhouses Tho Florida war claims bill rem ins Ury )\ btBtC: 1Oplt Of TUB ADVAXCEMEST: OFCRBAT' produced on one
'\t;, !' :. nnd the Iwdirs of forty or fifty upon the senate calendar toith no apparent ( turn mach 34 gum
OHO.u lZATION.UOISLA.01 -
: :: of action. It is con, on that section Tho motion wo
hones are Ijini on the stnets. The prospect just possible the other.
: t'.. f Rinsing the mouth with 1
; \ X01'M, ETC. voted down and, the nail
.."" town is in almost complete darkness. that it may get consideration after the platform resolutions acidulated water will increase the effect. ,'
""' : ."' Gangs are working on the largest ruins tariff bill is out of the tray Lut the were adopted with n big hurrah '+

(.,r-t,sib'< : Ffnlr.Alliance will nominate a and expert to exhume several people who chances seem to to against it. A vote of thank was tendered tho chair M. Fouquc, tho mineralogist, claims to
)
: f', '._ ta,for"congress in tho Kansas City, I are reported ss missing. The hospital is At the recent Republican conventionheld man and secretaries: when tho state con- have discovered in mixture of copper 'i

t;!,t,:.:. *stricV crowded with injured "people, and drugstores in Madison composed entirely ol \'ntl n. at 11 :81.. adjourned) sine .s1le. and limo tho beautiful color azurrino, the ? '

i' ;II lS4tners,J.and Laborers' Union and undertakers' establishments nre entered men. the delegate. wrrn instruct. composition of which has to long been a :.. ,
-
Yr ':, a into cd \'ote'ror-j. puzzle to artiste. Ills tint Is laid to bo
'Alliance'of Arkansas have consoli being brought requisition toacrommo If. Stripling for con A WAVE EGG.

r tblt two organizations: date the injured. About quarter after five gress. The convention at LheOak, a'so'! perfectly unchangeable, and is identical .. .

'ff.i.ySBjjsjstf v cloud about twenty feet in diameter was Instructed for J. N. ,tripling for con with the famous Alexandrino brie.
) hsa seen approaching from the west. This Novel Means of Pumping Water at .
; Carolina: 1,052 sub-Alliances gress. From experiments (>y Dr. La'ienfcld :,
d a'tmni in- truck th' outlying districts and sped) The directors of New Jersey Resort. it that ol i'
\( ; membership of 40,000. An the South Florida en sponges, appears absorption (\ ,)I
il OMSe:'or i800 sub-Alliances and 17,500 through the"town with a mighty roar. railroad have Authorised: an extension Underneath the pier of the Bond Wave food does not take place at tho outer sure ", ",',

, ''''r'. tku bet lioce last report. The houses and trees in its Path were from Pemberton Ferry, its present terminus Power Company at Ocean Grove,' N. J., face, but in the interior When poison

I"" j!:.,' .---...., ..* leveled as by a giant's hand. The air,XM\S northwest through Hrrnando and a mammoth iron egg floats upon tho top are put in the water, the sponge contractsits
thick for time with dust bricks
;, Kansus,':Tennessee, Missouri, Georgiasaid so Citrus counties, pausing at er near Dun- of the waves. In mild weather tho eg; pores, and the action is very like that
. timbers and roof tiles that it
x '1J{ North Carolina lead all other states was impossible nellon, in Marion county, thence northwest bobs up serenely, rising to a height ol of poisons on muscles of the higher ants ,
in the
i 'J'it.; : itt Allitooo membership. Missouri is in'Hw to see. People standing streets through Marion Levy and Alachua about 14 inches above the dead level of

'I." ,;. l( djth 2,000 unions. were dashed to the pavement or whirled counties to a connection with the Savan. tho sea' but when the weather is rougr.: mals.Dr. <''
, ', against building For a distance of nah Florida nnd Dixon, Professor o( Hygiene at
Western road, a total and great rollers come rushing in, the
:7 't'J' three blocks on South Main street almost distance tho University of Pennsylvania, has been't e {
J"t-: } A: ing for Allinncemcn to learn ofabout eighty: miles. egg rises forcefully upward 9 feet 01

'j l I:; ., i, their own counsel, hear all every house sustained s.omo dnma!; more. It cannot get loose, for it is madt making some experiments with air and 1'
. The Bartow ('Oll" blt.l\. '
Numbers leveled completely and dust obtained in street ,.. lie has
d'learn all they can and do were fast to the C1
; pier by long, strong Arms ol
p other j jdl''y tTrcckc). The cyclone The .vcntion: of tho D mociutic party found them the of dis.
I talking. The one who absorbs ilalor..o for the first congressional dMrct! of iron. Up from the top of the mammotl in germs many t"P
r gives out as little'n possi- spent on a settlement known a* egg n rope runs and after it has passedover eases, contagious and otherwise. Better
Sand Florida met in Bait"w at 3:10: m.,
"Five
.
Points in tho eastern of tho p.
who increases. Those who part a 1'ully, it stretches on shorewardand ventilation and more effective cleansing
motion Hon. John II.
Friday
; :*>;. \ }st king generally have very,little ported.city, where Large tho; greatest districts lObS 01 in life several is re- McKinny Upon was, elected thainnan. )lr, at lost enters wooden building:: sit are sorely needed.A .
: uated tho beach. In tho
Gore, of Levy \\BS! elected upon building remarkable invention has been madein
portions are in absolute ruin. temporary
tx sV .** In answer to the proclamation made by !secretary, with Mr. Jf. lifohofT, of Pasco, is a pump. And the rope is in connection Austria, whereby the serious effects of
Banco is there with it. The is about
getting; lively pump lifting 8OOC
as assistant secretary. On motion the tem. railway collisions ira prevented. Glaus
iA Fixm all parts of the country the mayor the Ninth regiment is on duty gallons of water A minute, raising It distances .
eritit assisting tho police in maintaining order. pomry organization was made permanent. tubes project before the train, and if
that
good news prominent equivalent to the height of the
John W. Trammel of Polkas elected broken obstacle
The number of killed or fatally injured they are by an nu ,
:
I Of the
organizations are being the waA cs. I
\lco-prfBidcntof convention The electric movement is applied to tho
o over twenty. At least thirty
i for That is The of tho and
a movet
Congress. explanation apparatus
people less chair announced that nominations wero brakes bringing the train
were more or injured.A immediatelyto
lIe'rely
direction. Fill all legislu- tho work it is doing is that Mr. N. O.
now in order. J. A. Ilenly of Pusco standstill.
careful estimate ,
pltices the number of a
with Allianccmcn.rl'oII 3a. Bond, whoso namesake tho Bond Wave
in
nomination
buildings demolished and partially destroyed put the name of Thomas Power Company in, hns eurccsssully completed The "L" road companies in New Yorkare
nt nearly four hundred. Tho loss M. ShnckleCorc.l,'of Hernando. GeneralJ.
.
undertaken their utmost to minimize
doing just now
an experiment primarily
B. Wall of ,llillsburough seconded.Mr. .
rman of tho democratic cxecu- will reach hourly, if not quite, $1,000,000, to determine if it wero possible tc tho noise made by their tr. iDs. and

nittco of South Carolina says the although in tho present chaos no pos ,. nomination. Jilt Drown the, of ,Monroe of placed iu make the ocean, by tho motion of itt on some of tho roads they have, succeeded
name S. R. Mallory
all The Allis sible means of making a close estimate of itself into Wesley ,
right. Farmers' seconded by J. Hr llurria, of Lee 11. waves, pump enough but they are still far from having
exists. ;
which there is so much talk K. CoUon, of Santaltosaand Mr. Baird, Lake to make that lake a body of sail' tho noiseless trains which so delight the

ho democratic party, and it wille CROP REPORT of Leon. Dr. Grnytr, of Leon, placed la water. There are people living in Atburj heart of,tho traveler in Berlin, and the ;'
counties as they were never -- I'ark And Ocean Urovo who, considering
service has lacks.
nomination It. II. M. Davidson, seconded a great many
[organized. The alliance, of FOR TD1 PAST WEEK, 1SSCED! FROM TOEDKrABTMEST that the sources of the waters of Weslej
by Frank Sharron, of Gadsdcn. After mado in Sweden I
Experiments Il\I.
ntrols the conventions of all the OF A'lKlCCl.TTJHE. Lake are in swamp lands judge that the
twelve unsuccessful ballots taken
were lake is to extent Sandbcrg on tho strength of iron rails
W' some health-menacing
.... The week ended August 10th has been tho convention adjourned till Saturday. body of water, nnd they have for sometime during the winter have shown that steel
Tho convention resumed its work at 0
ate mills, factories, stores, in cooler than usual over tho entire country wished that it might be salted. Mr rails containing over four per con*, ol
o'clock lIon. J. II.
fends of such enterprise, muste cast of the ninety-seventh meridian, the McKinno Saturday in tho chair.morning The, rommittec Bond says that ho will have no difficult I carbon are apt to break in cold weather

head men of clear judgment, daily temperature being about three degrees on and irsolutions made their in making Lake Wesley salt, and lie ex in fact, the result .of hill investigations
platform
se and methodical business below normal for the week, except commenced.As pcrts to do it this summer lie nays tha points to tho use of rails having less carbon
again
[Tho marked successes have been In northern New England and the lower report.tho sixteenth Balloting ballot taken ho is perfectly satisfied\ that his new in countries its cold ia winter as Nor.

|;just such men, and the mass of Mississippi valley, where about a seasonable the name of Sharklcford was was being withdrawnby wave machine will pot only do tho work way and Sweden.An .

),were duo to the lack of sound temperature prevailed. There has Mr. Kirk of Hcrmmdo, who moved which it was especially devised to do, electric motor is in successful
ti ; at and clear-headed business been less than the usual amount of rain but ho is also assured that it will In
that tho Lowiitoii
nom'nation of B. R. Mallory bo operation for wood-sawing ,
I,Alliances will do well to note. generally over the region cast .of the found a valuable machine for doing othci
:,I.4 k made by acclamation, which was curried, Me. It is a six-horse power ant with a
', Rocky mountains tho Atlantic things which need to bo done ecouoml
clearly. except along -
.n. 1 and Mr. nominated inch which driven
Mallory was by nc twenty-six saw, wm +
k coast south of Boston and in cally.
: a
Alliance bas por- clamation to represent the First Florida lie that tho machine b at a velocity of 1450 revolution per
jute again met and tion of Georgia, A'abama, Arkansas ,district in says strong .
II.I minute. Tho claims that with
jates have returned, to their southern )1i80urinorthcrn Minnesota IInd! I congr enough to work comfortably in the proprietor
The Ocala C.llvenU. weather and that it is built with A six-horse power electric motor ho can '
} r The meeting at Ashevillo w as by western Kansas ad Nebraska, where lo- I toughest '
.argcsi. meeting. yet_ held in .wet cal excesses are rn ore.1 The Democratic Convention met pursuant an esi>ecful view to making it run with do more work than with u tctyhorie '

P Harmony prevailed throughout. -Tb; it'; i the cottftn; region from to call, in tho exposition, building in very little supervision. He says that the power steam engine.

k many good men in our ordtr, South olna westward to Texas the Ocala, Wednesday. Fully six hundred wave egg which is in use as tho motive The heart contracts with power enough

uld be hard to get a better letrs weather during tho past week has been delegates and their friends were on hand power of the system at to send a column of blood seven and s

i than we now have in the State Favorable for all crops except in western anxious and ready for the fray. At 10 Ocean Park ran All trough the winter ol half to nine feet high. At every boat ol I

__ .. Borne of them have filled the Texas drought continues and has_ o'clock the convention proceeded to or 183U-00) without getting out of order and a heart of average size and strength, tin

Ifplace ever since the first State caused some injury to late cotton. Cotton ganize. Capt. J. F. Bayo, of Lake City, that its operations were not in the slightest force exerted is equal to moving over fifty
''. is in in Mas'unanimously elected temporary hair- I interfered with by tho great storm of'
stae'+ and their private and' official : picking progress eastern pounds; or to lifting a pound weight
ii;._.bwrittc has been such as to win not only Texas and Louisiana, where some damages man. As tho applause following Chair- last I5eptember,which, it will bo recalled, upward a distance of three and a balf to
man Baya's speech died Sid L, was spoken of us "the greatest storm for .,.
,:: :- the full confidence of our members, but reported from drought, although geu- away four and a half feet, four feet or to
say ;
"; ;-the'respect and confidence of everybody erally tho crop U iu good condition. The Carter of Alachua, put the name of JamesM. thirty years." Tho wave egg, Mr. Bond

Y'" 'hree cheers for the North Carolina Al- weather has been favorable in the rice DArco of Bronsou, in nomination for says, will be as little liable to disarrange carrying four pounds, one foot upward.

l" snc8l-" (Iu.leigh N. 'C.) J'rofi-ettitt. and sugar region, where the rice harvests secretary of the convention. lIi11 borough ment, by heavy weather as the, wave gate Professor Samuel Cushman, Apiarist of
and Putnam seconded it and Mr. lie Rhode Island agricultural experiment
T. I in progress, and cane is in an unusually was.Tho
s I good cond tlon. in some sections Alabama Barco was elected unanimously Hon. J. new machine may be used where- station, maintains, as tho result of
,
i a pi scum to*every AlHanceronn to I cotton has been injured by rust A. Coibctt of St. Johns, named Cromwell ever waves rise and fall, and there need personal observation, that l heul do no

that the order in Georgia: is stand-I and in North Carolina cotton is still Gibbous of Duial for assistant secretary not necessarily be a pier to hold it to its damage to growing or fair fruit. Thin

ely to the democratic party and I bedding, although the weather was fa and ho went through with a rush.A work. It may bo kept in place by piles juice of fruit is, ia fact, injurious to

ncn who have had so much to cay vorable. More sunshine is needed in credentials committee was appointed quite as w" ell as by a pier for, while the hem; and they do not attack sound fruit,

I the div'sion iu tho party, will ccr- South Carolina, where the crop is begin and retired for business. During their force of a great wave is immense, it it but only bruised fruit, or that which bun

( now tako a back seat. Wo fail to ning to open. Crops were generally improved deliberations Dr. Thomas Gary, Mayorof not so exerted upon the egg AS to give a been previously injured by other insect:
,
ere there has ever been reason for by tho favorable weather of the Ocala, addressed the convention.At shock, such, for example, us the shock

urs so often expressed of designing week In the middle Atlantic states, although 3 p. m. tie committee on credentials of a cannon ball. A beet sugar manufactory, with a capacity -

-wing the Alliance for their own pur- some sections need more rain. titer two hours and a balfs absence The wave egg may be made as its uses of 400 tons a day, is said to be
its chairman Dr. Gas- demand. Tho one in at almost completed at Grand Island, Nub.
through may operation
'thc only men who have endeavored All rope *re growing rapidly. New ,
,_the Alliance' for any purpose out. England reports drought affecting crops; kins made Us report which was accepted.Mr. Ocean Grove has a m'ijor diameter of 10 The beet has sixteen per cent of sugar,

fttf its legitimate intentions and alms, potatoes rotting slightly; tobacco cuttings McKinny, of Jackson, moved that feet, a minor diameter of 7 feet, and its and farmers realize f 00 per acre at 91

Q 1 a few politicians outside of the order in progress! in Connecticut, with fine tho temporary organization bo made permanent weight, conjoined with the arms by which per too for the root. The diffusion praess -

'% ve endeavored to use it through ClOD JJ'oJJ1iN1. and it was so ordered. I it is fastened to the pier, is about two : of extracting the saccharine principles

i agencies inside our ranks.-EouthUianca Then rot R. W. Davis, of Pulaks, ina tons Tho length of the arms is 83 foct.NewYork used. In a fuurteen-battery circuit its .

fannerS MISSOURI ALLIANCEMEN happy and brilliant speech| nominated I. -[ Times. claimed that the remarkable result of

,-S, -- Tlrilwrt P... lingers, .'resident fif the _HtAtAFanmrs's __.. 13.8 per cent. of tho sugar cau bo ex- t
ADOPT BOMB nu'oItTANT UOLVTI"I-
Colored Farmers' Slate Alliance Alliance, as vice-president of TROUBLOUS TIMES tracted.
THE: SfB-TUKASUUY DEFEATED,
|Macon Ga. Tuesday and transt the convention. lie was unanmously
The compressed air chisel was first

1 considerable business. Over fifty A dispatch from St. Louis, Mo., says: elected. Df 0t1A.TIt1ULA-TJlE WIIOI.1t MALE POPC- brought into use in this country. An 1
The two-thirds rule was adopted amid
jcs were represented, and all the The last day's proceedings of tho Farmers It was moved that the LACE DRAFTED FOR MILITARY DUTY. improved form is now being used! in
gnat
ate, were enthusiastic over the pro- and Laborers' Union, which has beenin applause. Europe by stone dressers, sculptors and
nominations be with and
it
4 Dgs of the special meeting. ThEo session at Sedalia, Mo., for the post proceeded was A recent Central American mill brought metal workers. The economy of labor
he
so ordered. 1 came fitst.
; ( the meeting was to decide three dsys, did not end until :30 o'clock comptroller letters from Guatemala, saying that a compared with the hand chisel is about
tho State will be Ex-Ad jutant-Geuerat Earnest Yoiigc, of had
exchange been
There proclamation issued that all who
Sunday morning.
was a prot'actedfight
lour fivefold. At the time the
Escambiu in or mme
a grand eulogy, presented
Wished. Otocral It. JL Hum-
over the of the committee on were not ready for military duty wouldbe
report
surface cut the air chisel
the name of W. D. Bloxhum. A. )1. by compressed
of Austin Texas, general shot.
to servant those
resolutions. A resolution favoring the Every even on
Michelson of Duval seconded the !. is cleaner and smoother than is possible
eons
atendent of the Colored Farmers'ice sub-treasury scheme was defeated. The coffee plantations, has been drafted in sh
of America made quite an intee.eatlng nation. Attorney-General Lamar also the and there with the hand chisel. This is especially
resolutions adopted demand the pas>age war, are not enough left to
address to the convention. Hei made an eloquent second. Then, food. Provisions he case with granite. The new inntru-
of laws by taxing all lands held supply bring enormous
; congress
DO* among the white men of the sou hare for speculative purposes at their full on motion of )[r. Kparkmao, prices. Business is at a stsnd-ill, and meat is said to be of groat service in

working for the upbuilding of value; that alien ownership of land shall the nomination va ma&10"1 the city is under martial low. metal-working and wood-working.

colored race. His advice to the body be forever prohibited; that all money a rising vote amid great cheering. -

good. The blat colored men of shall be issued and iu volume controlledby Nominations for justice! of the supreme BLOODY BATTLE Catebia!: Rattlesnakes far OIL f

ia are with him. State Superin- the national government; that there court were thea and in a short -
but eloquent speech Dr. O. L. Gaiklos There are places in South Georgia
lent Edward Richardson, of the shall be free silver coinage; that BETWEEX A FOSSE: AND MEXICAN BASDITS
placed the name of C. P. of where men extract oil from the rattle-
Cooper
zia Alliance, made a telling speech the national banking system be abolished; -FIVE HEX KILLED.
the convention. Richardson is a that an income tax shall be placed upon Jacksonville in nomination. lie was sacks and two it to cure rheumatism.

;-"iwIg- colored man that has a following all net incomes over 11,000; that option followed by H. H. Buckmsn of Duval. A bloody battle with Mexican outlawswas The persons will give a colored man 91o

nof ever sixty-five thousand colored men dealing gambling in. agricultural and Q. D. Beggs of Orange then arose and fought near Beaver L,ke, Texas, & point out a rattlesnake to them and

A, eorgis. He appealed to the men te mechanical productions shall be prohib placed the name of Judge )Maxwell ia Monday m',rning, during which five men hen they kill it in a peculiar manner

ouies, educate their children and ited by law. The resolutions conclude nomination. )ir. B ggs was followed by were killed. The bandits went surrounded They place a forked stick over the snake's

property and work for peace and with this declaration: "We will not support Colonel St. Clair-Abrams Lake coupty. by officers and a posse of citizens head, then put a cord around it sod

pent,. any man for legislative office of any Colonel St. Clair-Abrams was followed, and an attempt made to arrest tbem. strangle the snake. This is done to keep

political party who will not pledge him Ur Hon. B. P. Colboun, who snqke in The outlaws fought like demons. One the luke from biting itself. The body 1

self in writing to use bin influence for' behalf of Colonel Cooptr. lion II. "McEinne of the posse, was killed at tOO first fir t. of the reptile is then strung up and too

-slgbtednesa; of a Detective. the formulation of these demands Into of Jackson then made a short Four of the desperadoes were slain, thefifth oil extracted from it. It sells at f3 per

"\ law." speech for Judge Maxwell and at 3:10 making his escape.LAYING ounce, and this industry is a very profitable

itely, the former Chief of the United pL m the balloting began. The numberof on*. Th snakes in that sectioa are

i Secret Service, bad a most invalu- 8MALV-FOX EPIDEMIC.HCSDEEDS votes necessary for a choice was 273..DI IN SUPPLIES very large, averaging five feet in length,
) Colonel
the third ballot
CVoper, on ,
gift He was long-sighted, and '-- and one rattler gives up a great deaf of
OF JSJtATHS IX MEXICO THA bad come within twenty-five votes of it.
d accurately read a written letter at ace IX AXTICIFATIOX BY oil. A little
DJUAa.t UBEADtse. OF STAKE: THEIBKSOMEEJU negro boy once saw two.
But Alacbua: made a break for ex-Governor
of thirty feet. I have recently _"'. : AJtO FIBEMCI. rattlers lying clou together, and wantedto
Mabry, followed by Polk and )Marion
d of who baa cultivated
a man anily
Smallpox is repented at appallingly and the fourth ballot showed the following get the money for finding them. It.
valuable accomplishment. Heat prevalent at Guerrero, Mexico. The disease result: Cooper 184 Maxwell 127 The Chicago sad uttrD: Illinois and was a mil to the nearest house II. wet
,
in a room at some distance from a and ; Ohio and Indiana Coal ra broads are layIng afraid the snakes would
is of the moat malignant nature Mabry, 119. An adjournment was then crawl off while.
i writing at a desk and '.ell by the there hue been hundreds of death. The bad fur supper, and at 8:33 p. m. the In full supplies and nuking other are h* was gone, and so took off Us coat and.
on of the hand and what thais
pea epidemic is spreading rapidly, and fears convention resumed its balloting. Before rsogenurcts for a strike of their engineers, placed It between the two snakes. Hoi
Most hotel
erieiutt writing. read any clerk; are entertained that Texas towns along tho ninth ballot was ordered )lr, Chipley, I firemen and trainmen which is likely to went off, earn back, and found them

will can writing the readiness upside of the border will soon be suffering trot of Escambia, moved to make Msbry'snomination I occur in a few dsys The men want till eyeing the coat. He bad them
111'bi! explain bigber and extra time.
the of the disease No attics wages tier
a
fgreeting'you receive at the bands of ravag unanimous. This was greeted .. charmed. So the snake U cultivated

-r_,hotel clerk whom you have DeVer ; whatever has yet been taken towards establishing with wild cheers. It received several down there as a profitable ladllftrt.4ll ,-

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i 4 THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE, FRIDAY, AUG. 29, 1890. ,


f hundred convention to consider the question of day stands ready to save: .our republic..
failure to give a honrt of five to the Indian River to
-4 THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE. 4-' dollar he wait committed to Jail John open up and satisfied adopting the primary system in Brevard I ask you, my friends, when the'' visionof

lion wan put under hid personal bond of competition, we are county permanently. the past rises before you, and you

A WKEKtv .rornxAL! KKVorr.o TO THKWEMBITOrTIIIS bETEL- two hundred dollars for his appearanceat that if he makes such pledge he Hon. W. H. Sharpe then Introduced view the dangers that threaten the present -

1X1)1 A5KI*KB ASD court as a state wltncxs.! will keep It, As to Mr. Chaffee, the following resolution: ,.can you for.some little, ldtlsh gain

LAKE WORTH KEC.T lom. On February 27, 1800, without Magru- we know nothing personally of his Resolved i That the primary systemby tf petty offices, afford to weaken this.
der or Johnson appearing before the ballot for nomination of all county grand old party, which stands to-day
grand: jury, Fountain wan discharged views on the subject, but we are officers be the practice of the party in with open arms pleading to all the sons
Office: Washington Avenue; Titusville, satisfied! that he would not have freedom to and and
: Tills ended a cane of attempt at murder this county until otherwise ordered by of collie help save

Indian liiver, Florida. because If Fountain shot in lieU defense, the support of such men as Archi- the voters of the party by mass meetingor / maintain the liberties we inherited from,

then Johnson attempting to murder. bald, liaugh, Sharpe, nnd Swain : convention, and that the members of our fathers." _

And we, citizen and property holders of had re"eivI I the executive committee be elected in
unless those
l'U1IJ.t'lItn EVERY FRIDAY gentlemen of
Range Temperature
the community in which thin crime was the same way, by primaries. Carried
committed, feel that It Is but justice to ed a satisfactory expression from unanimously.M. -

Entered at the Clam"1"1f1.Mull tllle Mutter.1'ixtofllre M ticco+ndTEUMS it"* to he infoimcd by proper Authority their candidate. As to Mr. Gaul- S. Jones then moved that a com For the week rndintf August 27, 1800

f why rids) case of attempt at murder wa den, we do not know that he would mittee of one from each precinct lie appointed n*iccordcd at the U. a. Signal office:;

tUI''b'lrt'l'llln such ft. Inannef.Ilopins allow his name to be used in this to select! an executive committeeto Titusville, FloridlaZ;: ,': '
In AArancr, .
Invariably '
; the desired information will serve until their successors are elected ,
II y deck, 1'iintnl inlrr or One gal'Two Cent be J'h'ens through the columns of your connecti( n,' but we do know that by the primaries of 18U2.. Carried unan 1800. Max. Mln.August.1880. Max. MIn
1'01111110 It.nml'.. valuable he has made friends the .
paper, we are many by imously.The 20th '
87 84. 81
One ......................1.110 Oeo. M. Magrudcr, Z. T. William, 3. unquestionable stand he has taken convention then took a recess for 21 87 87 70:! '83...' 71)
.I.no W. Colcman I.. Allen C. W. Goodrich the of the committeeto
Six Month*, purpose allowing "
on the matter of competition. Being 22 88 74 84 70
Three Month*,. .. .... M G. J[. Allen, T. M. Adams, A. Q. Go xl- make their selection, which was as :
2:) 81) 74 85.: 72
Single Copy..... 5n rich, W. A. Goodrich, E. A. Marsh, : himself a special object of discrimination follows: '
24 87 75 84 71
Bent to any A''rcell' lit V. 8' or('anadaI'rel'a'"1 ChavleM Goodileh. E. Clinton, J. T. Clinton in his lumber\ businesshe I Members at large: X. N. Penny, A. J. 23 88 74 *84. 72
:S. Goodrich E. G Hewitt II. J. Whitlock A. and D. L. Gau1 lcn.
is one man among a hundred 1. Brady, < 20 88 74 8-1. 71
15m ill, O. Olson, J. Olson, }'. J. Packwood From the several county commissioner's!
Editor.................... WALTER 8. GRAHAM. C. I' Magvuder; & Co.:, A. P. IlodKtc who is not likely to forget his bus- districts, as follow!: J. D. Vnnn, MinorS. 27 00 7J: 84 72:

Aiioclatc-Rdltiir& Manager.C. H. W At.1'Of. 1'. M. Wright, W. H. Smith White- iness if he should go to Tallahassee} Jones, J. F. Wooten, John Henry, and 28 1)0 73; 83 71

lord Gauss, Wm. Gardner, John T. McCarthy as a representative from Lrevurdponntf. T. J. LtaStcuben. 'These gentlemen

T. E. McClamma, Win. C. How esK. u.._.. .. Ttnpinir Viimaplf... -felt--. thp...- were then elected a body. by. the convention Au Ordinance
We do nnt Imtit niuvelvf I'nnpIHe) for the L. Barker II. G. Putnam. "of --.0.-his interests Are unanimously.The PllOVIDINO FOil TilE CLOSING OF LlQUOIl
of riwionilenti*, but we claim sting monopoly SALOONS Dritixo CERTAIN Houns.
opinion our | The above statement of facts is chairman then in behalf of the aspirants
the to communication.Cnmtniinlratlonn i identical with those of '
right reject any
our orange for office, Invited the delegatesand it Ordained by the Town Council
fur|atlon must tie written signed by a number of the best cit-, growers and vegetable shippers, their friends to a supper to be given BE of the town of Titusville,

nhotilil iilulnly, In Her on one we Ma, l>e of rrnniimnleil the paper only I'y,and the IZ1I1S' of that neighborhood where and they can rely upon his sympa- at tho Indian River Hotel, at 8 1), in. That it shall be unlawful for any sal-

wrlter'n nmnn. ami ..Idrc. not nerexwiarlly for t he alleged crime was committed, und efforts in theirbthnlt H. H;Archibald then moved that arising odn where intoxicating liquors are sold
publication Imt an a Q tararitee of g'H>d faith. nnd their demand for investigation thy energetic vote of thnnkH.be: given Jim riviir.nian In said town, to do business between

receive if the little boom launchedby for the excellent manner In which midnight: and 4:10:: o'clock a.. m. on any
should attention. The fact
ADVKUTISINO HATES "Subscriber" should meet with he had performed his arduous duties, day of the week except Sunday; and thatit

I'l-.it YKAK. that the man Fountain plead guilty popular tarot and not dissolve into which suggestion assented to witha shall bo unlawful for any such saloonto

One Inch,...,..................fin.no before the justice and was bound thin air before the coming pri will.E. do any business between .twelve
.... over to await the action of the L. Brady then moved an, adjourn- ((12)) o'clock Saturday night and Mondayat
Two Inch,....,.............. lfl.no maries.If. .
Three Incl....................... 20.00 grand jury, and that he 'was dis'hurgl..t ment "sine die," and after a few roinaika half-past four ((4:30)) a. m.

Four Inch,.,.....,............... 2 1.00 ( that nt the next Senator Call should] succeedin by the chairman, reminding the members Any person acting:: as the proprietor' or
Five Inch,or(tamer Col.,..... 30.00 by body securing a seat in the senate for that it was probably the last: time they manager of, or having charge of such

Half Column.................... M.no term of court.discloses u rather unu another term, and the outlook indicates would meet together as a contention saloon, shall, upon being convicted of

Whole Column,..........,......loo.flO soul state of affairs ; and that there that such a result is that body, which a few hours before hal violating the provisions of this ordinance,
has either been intentional very promised to dissolve In turmoil and con- bo fined not exceeding twenty-five dollars -
For Bin Month, illvMe the yearly rate by two an effortto 'his{
probable, success will be due inn fusion, disbanded with a feeling of harmony for each olTencc.
.
nnil .d,110 per cent. suppress the affair or the justicewas great measure to the methodsadopted that could scarcely be excelled by This ordinance shall become operativeupon

four For,anll.hllO Three Month: |icr cent, illvlde, the yearly rate by very negligent in culling the by his opponents. The I. any political gathering. being signed by the Mayor, and
attention of the grand jury to the after it shall have been published for five
Local Ailvertltemcntii Ten Cents 1'er Line spirit of sympathy vindication TilE DIXXKU. weeks. '
Each IiiRertlon. matter ; or if he did present the
that pervade the mess of the people In the evening/ the delegates and their Done and ordered in open Council thin
Paid heading Matter, not In "Local Xcw." matter to that body properly, then in behalf friends 14th of '.
of this venerable were entertained at the Indian day August, A. 1). 1800.WALTKII .
column, Five ('ental'cr Line Each Insertion. \we cannot understand how the accused friend of the people and enemy of River Hotel, when the same spirit of S. URAIIAM,

Legal| AdvertlHi'inents at Legal Uate came to be discharged without is evidence good will pervaded the company and, in Chairman pro. tem.

AH the atMive 'ratci are for one .edition per the testimony of either Mogru- landgrabbingcorporations the language of a prominent delegate, Approved this 14th day uf.I.'Augtlst..
week of the truth of the ancient "speccliifying" wan carried on until alate A. D. 1800. .

lull* collected monthly. !her or Johnson being called for axiom that disreputable measures hour. 1). L. J.lnlrlpn_nonn... _Fan. .", .nrtixl.---,. ,no.- 2-5t. BENJ. R. WILSON, )Mayor.

Check,etc., muy tie, made payable to graham The matter certainly does call for are seldom successful. I master of cwemonles and acquitted( himself

& Walton." i investigation nnd we hope that the The action of the recent convention admirably. The various toasts offered -
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attention of J* I). Ueggs the prosecuting called forth eloquent responses,
attorney will be called to the in referring the nominations and tho aspirants for office, as they were EDEN
backtolhe primaries appears to called upon, without exception placed
Adilrein all commiinlcntlonii to matter at the next term of the
meet with general approval themselves on record as approving the
EAST COAST.ADVOCATE, : Voltisia County Court, which occurs the action of the convention, and renewed
throughout The
the month. county. candidate their pledges of allegiance to the,
party
during coming
TlTCHMLLK, FLOIIIUA.P. who finds that his services whether defeat PINEAPPLE
O. flux,22:!*. success or awaited them
as an official are not wanted by the at the coming primaries.In .

:p. A. M.Indian The Coining Man.TIIK people, after the struggle; is over the early part of the evening a num

will at least have1' satisfaction of her of delegates mainly those w ho were
River Lodge, "So W, Free and in the minority in the convention, helda PLANTATION.
Accepted Masons, hold their meetings article entitled : 'An ideal knowing that he was not the victim caucus and pledged themselves to support -

on the FniDAV on or lieforo Full Moon, representative"' which appears in i of a trade: or trick, charge a ticket headed by C. E. Chaffee

nt 7flO p.n.., in Masonic Hall, In the Indian this issue is not out of place and which has been often made nnd for representatives A full report of T. .32. R1.oha.rd.s
River State Bank building, TitttsVillo. deserves careful this caucus hat been handed us by the ,
u perusal by perhaps not always without foun-
everyvoter. secretary, and be found in another Eden Indian
may River
Florida.
Visiting brethren are cordially Invitedto The kind of man which our dation in the past.Proceeding column. J JFOR I

attend. correspondent has endeavored to 8PEE(' OF II. A. IlAKDEE.

S. H. HAY, Secretary, describe is the "coming man" for
of the Democratic{ The remarks of II. Ilardee, of Hardcc-
JoHEi-ii :\1F.xmu.1.. Urevard Senator
county. Bards ville made
dining the closing momentsof
is such un one. lIe is not satisfied( County Convention.CONCLUSION' the convention, were so well chosen Wines &

AViUT would the minority In the I to visit Tallahassee and let other and breathe such a spiiit of unselfish Interest Spirits

reeent County Convention hlLYl'llonl.l members from other portions of in the welfare of the democracy ,

without Archibald and the that we present them to our readers,
state patch the laws regulating
up knowing that will
many enjoy
Swain ? the of the The Democratic County Convention reading ;aeers
powers Railroad what it was not their pleasure to hear:
Commission with reference to their held what will probably be their last ")11'. Chairman and gentleman of the ,
THE article in another at OI&AJRS
particular His :
locality. Interests
own Our List Isiiiie ETC.
contained the substance their
of the
regard to the removal the lighthouse result of our labors and happy ,
on Indian River are sufficiently their proceedings, to the hour
up of conclusion
more go- I beg before we adjourn OF TIlE
Canaveral FINEST
ut to
it ae- tug to QUALITY,
to insure his prunK. "
great active efforts ..Ino die," which ,
mean
may good
cure site will he of great interest ut the coming session of the legislature The Chairman called the member to forever, to warn my party'of the dangers bye GO TO
to of our readers, particularlythoKo order at 2 p. m. on Friday, the Wml, that threaten
many aud there is nodoubt that he when us. la the words of tho
who rt'lIilllin that section Minor 8.: Jones l introduced the greatest of Losloy & licnakcr.
will do all in his power to see that following/ resolutions: patriot 177U: "These are the
where the work is to lie done and times that try men's souls" The dark ,
the Railroad er rsu t: There
Commission will be lockWh appear to Loa dead- cloud of centralization Families
ut Titusville. The of set hangs over our Supplied. ,
expenditure so and Irreconcilable
that
unable to nosaU..radory heads
say eight months hence and there never was a time in the
large sums for labor, etc., at Canaveral that they have "no power to control thin convention nominations can be made by history of this republic that it was more

will bo a boon to the people rates when the route is partly Whereas It is: absolutely and for the necessary for the democratic party to District ICcsri.stratloii: Appoint.
of that nt'igh110rhomllnd mustIndlrt.'l'tl.r good stand firmly and solidly united incuts.
water null of the democratic of together
by partly by rail. It party Urevard coun- than
now."olllll'e all
benefit that point where is ty, and at large, that unityan,1 Cameo. aware that the -
highly! important and essential lower house of has

they do their trading. in 111. .Ih..a..t... nf *..hi. .. rw..*\,,lo nfl.! ny,l'l-nal1 in all quarters of the country: Infamous foiv Congress bill.,, M.M..I..... .i-.. passed n..m.. ...the...i. LaGrange, dist. X >. 1, Gco. B. Gardner
.n -" ----w -- JJ *jpkv UI114 an ----? ? .v.> **v/ Titu ville "

THE pioneer bout of the Kast the State that tIe) great water ways Whereas Therefore we, the democrat Mates lug before with the the recommendation senate nf the United City Point,, II 3 2,, (J.;co.P.X.Blake Hatch

of Florida should be free to ic party of Brevard In of the Rockledge II "
Coast Transportation Companywill competition county convention President for and 4, E. E. Hill
passage:; should such
have arrived in Florida waters and our senator should that assembled such do desire: above all things bill become a law, it means centraliza Eau Gallic, II II 5, I[. R. Olinstead
have the hearty party should Ito as lIIUdLJ\ a tion-perhaps revolution. Melbourne, 6, W. J, Xesbitt .
before this issue reaches our outoftown co-operation of our stone wall: Theiefoie be it Jut sir, Malabar, "
readers. We representative the lower house. lte solved Ut what did we hear last evening in a speech 7, R. C. Creech
are about to : That nominations for by Mr. Sebastian, II 8 S.
Robbins ,
have competition on Indian River The latter should bo a man who the various county otttces and for representative publicans In the, one county of the? brainiest lie re St. Lucie, 0, Jan.Hitching.Bell

of a more or less S\l'l's8full.'hufc ('urrhwith him the confidence of maries 1 Iw referred to the various pri that infamous election bill in denounced Eden, ." 10, T. E. Richards.
the
the people from whom he county for selection Inc words that ring Fort Drum," 11, I I. L.
ter. After all it is a question of should 2nd That the democratic could itot bu misunder Narrows Parker

the "survival the fittest", The fresh, and eager to champion their mittee be hereby directed to county call an com elec stood. Aud again, what do we hear Georglaua., "" 12, H. B. Archibald
a voice 13
of the cause. Our beautiful Indian Hlver tion by ballot for ouch In that echoes from north to south; Merritt Peter II. Wittfeld
greater portion stock of the purjiosu each from east to west ? From whence 14, T. II. Sanders
precinct to does
new company is owned by men who so dear to every one who owns day the 30th, be of held September: on or before Tues that voice come? From one />f the Canaveral, 13, Henry Wilson .

live among us and pay taxes on all l an acre along its thoreor who has the supervision of the various next, under greatest statesmen of the republican par Haulover The II II 16, Thos. R. Crook

they possess to llrevurd county" built a home on its lovely banks, committees, and that said county precinct commit ty; well may he bear the name of The Dixon.registration&: books will be open at

nud they are- here to l stay, whether is one of the greatest highways of tee l>e empowered to do all things In detail and plumed his followers knight.heed And if tyrant Heed second Saturday Gray's in drug September.store until the
the State. Its which shall be requisite to the nut the voice of
their is
steamboat plans commerce developing lIultlin-,
pan out or the return anti the Secretary Blame, thousands upon thou- S. F. Gay,
not. Who known but the East and tratlic is increasing with mary election. canvass of such pri sands of brave honest and patriotic Supervisor of Registration.
.. _._ .. renilliltivin -
wonderful .._ ulll >-<
Coast Transportation rapidity every and 3rd. That r ??? ?lu vumu into
Company year as soon as the returns from tue rank of INDIAN
may be doing business on Indian: the importance of throwing its aid primaries are received(, and not later good old Jeffersouian democracy, provided RIVER STEAMB01T CO.

River when the present monopoly waters open to free competition is than 13 days after the holding of such these principles we stand united and maintain -

is unknown becoming more and more each primaries, whether such returns be re a house ; but recollect my friends DEPABTUtK & AURIVA.L OF
BTEAklEBS
save by tradition as ceived or not, the said county divided will fall, but united will Steamers ,
Such an outcome Is at least within day passes, a pressing nccc. ;it)" shall canvsua the return, so nude committee to ever stand. leave Titusville daily, except
the bounds We are not by the them What 1* Jeffersonian Sunday at 5W a. m arriving Melbourne
of to that \'arlou1l1reclnl't
possibility.Dein preparep say committees, and free democracy? A at 1 p. m. Returning
and leave
either Mr. Atkinson publish the same, and also Independent republican Melbourne at
or Mr. Chalice: declare the form 1
of p.m., arriving &,;
persons who shall receive a government "by the people of Titusville at GrJOp.m.
the plurality the
arl"l\ot
equal to of
a n(Is In vcstigu(iou. emergency or the votes eaft at such primary elections people and for the people," where a maJority Leave Melbourne Mondays
that ,
they will not act to be rules Wednesday
vigorously the regular democratic ; where all have the and Fridays at 1
nominees same and p. m. arriving
in the mutter. The statement for the respective\ omees to which equal rights from the lowest to the high at 1 a. m. next moraibg. at Jupiter -

We clip the following from the wade by :Mr. Atkinson to the convention tion.shall\ have been nominated at such ell they'C' government est, from the in poorest which to the richest. A leave Jupiter Tuesdays, Thursday Returning and

"Timet- Union" : &s to the course he proposed The own every man is his Saturdays .; 8 a. m., arriving at Mel
convention sovereign bourne
then went into ; where all can roam in at 7 a. m. next
follow com
to If
elected the morning.
0.HILI. as representative mittee of the whole brood, green field
FLA., \ugu..t" 181*O, to consider the of liberty, bow The
To the Editor of the Thn *-lrnlun: was made on the spur of the and after a few minutes consideration same ing; to none, cringing before no St. Lucie leaves Titusville about
haughty 830
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On Dvwmbcr 'I, 1N-II, U.loIJh\1Jlt'oun- moment, and if his position is not reported In favor of their adoption.! the tyrant. But where are we today under ledge Monday and mornings, calling at Rock-

lain discharged the etmteuU of a shut clear in regard to the law Id-mark were then made by 1[. B. administration of the present domi to Melbourne on the direct run
cuu Into the body of govern Archibald R. A. nant party t Jupiteron her return
John
Johnson w ith lIarJan,1 W. It. Groaning and trip,Saturdays
ing the R. R. San- starting she ,
Commission it is den the under
latent to kill. The shooting; took plat no and the resolutions were evils of slimy, comes right through to Titusville
In the house of U. M. Mugrudvr, where fault of his. There was no at unanimously. The addrtM of "Captain adopted merciful and heartless corporations.btrpeut-like un arriving here about 7 a. In. Sunday. ,

the wounded man went for ax,i I.tanl'tt. tempt on his part to conceal his Bob" was stirring and patriotic and he rule** there' is a halt made In the lib- -- -
erties
5Iagrud proceeded at once to have the views the received the warm our fathers IHtf A. U'rosolxor
applause
; on he and fought
caw investigated. contrary, invited thanks of the the and died for, bled ,
according to law, and convention. we will be TITUSVILLE
the
on the following day Fountain delegates to question him on It war then' moved foot. They would mike trampled under FLA., .

rested and vtunM to New Smjrna was nr- any point he might not have covered that a cwmuiitteo of one by.from Judge each Jones very air-the right tu live-us fay for the Keeps a full supply of Metallic and

where he wa bruuaht before Juntice; fully We I.Jtolicthat{ he duet be appointed to IItl< executive old grand Cofllns
Urjan. Fountain plead guilty, aud In i will pledge himself to do all he can couuuittte, but afterward withdrew 1.artYltanding united Yet This Cases and Caket
bin party that Funerals
uiotiun In order baa weathered attended if .
to allow all dekired.
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F. T. BTJDGKE, Titusville, Fin. .,

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f Report o'f the Minority Caucus. changed from his original: Intention by and we have no right to place In that DISTRICT NEWS. .".

any argument adduced on either side. Important office, any man who will plan Nauman'sNewspaper

That the Convention would have been his own Interest, or that of these mon- ---:.
Proceedings of the minority caucus a dead-lock had it.lasted thirty days Instead eyed corporations advance of those of f' '
of three. 1\tlm ,
1 were held in the Indian River Hotel, TI- his! own people, who will dare to uphold .
1 tusvillc, Fla.! ,on the rooming of tho 22nd That officer.Captain Penny' made a fine presiding these land-grabbing, discrlmiuftttngmnspnrtation Subscription I

:: of August. A full delegation was Su nefarious Agency.
present their -
't That II. B. Archibald was tho most companies Mr. A. T Conovn returned to hU old
'; representing their respective precincts -. schemes. .
rc.1dYllpeakor in the house. .
home In Palatka : '
: on'Tucsday. THE l'IO aF.lt AGENCY.For "
initlio same proportion as in the That four men did the talking for the Wu>> must keep our Railroad Conlin III- ;'

convention, excepting that CapU Penny, whole day. lon, and Jf( they have not the power to Mr. Will Minis( son of B. I. Minis, IIIun \''

''. who 1\'Rllln favor of a down the river That both Norwood and Atkinson were control the corporations, then tho logtsiitunj a visit to his parents, at this ptavc.lo : terms I\n.llli\lIIl'lo copies address ; ,

man, represented Canaveral. Judge taken aback when requested to address and senate must give them the will leave for Tampa: to-nunrow, C1IAS. II. XAUMAXTm-Hviu.K P. 0., .:",
the Convention.
Joel AV. Swain, of Fort Drum, was called That Bob liardce made the best speechof power Wo nee Milling to give the railroads AVe had nn extra good attendance at Ih'evl1rII'o\lnI5', }',l\. 1 i'.T.

,, to the chair. The meeting was informal, the occasion.That every just right and privilege, but Sunday School !last Sitbbnth, which wo :I. Sanders S Co. ':')
the themselves .
precinet expressing rl -ely don't
We to convert our present
Judge! Jones played no unimportant propose were very much pleased to sec MissMabel ,
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;i as their'lowII.. part in shaping tho destiny of the republican form of government Into that Roberts officiated tho organ. Dealers In ":"\ 'J"

i The namo of C. }. Cha:3ce was! presented whole. >fyiin absolute monarchy, and place rail-

for representative. )Sr. Sumerlin, of That tite vox 1'111"111I.stem\ as eventual mid magnates at tho head of attains Mrs B. I. Minis contemplates 1hilI DRY GOODS NOTIONS :' ,.;
the Convention met with down tho river to her cousin's Q.
adopted by Cnpt.
", Fort Pearce was instructed to vote for Too long have we felt the sting of their ,
II S. Parker for C. general approbation. Stewart, nt Koeklodge. We sincerely CUOCKEKV, ': .
reprewitatlveand
,il >ppressk I >n, and wo realize that there .
That Charles; Eddie Chaff oo proved to that the tmIp will bo beneficial to SADDMIUV :;
E. Chaffee for assessor. The chair being uipo .. ,
be the colored animal of tho minority. must be change; but we can not hope
Q; warm friend and near neighbor of That the black mules of tho majority: for any substantial Ilclve: through the her STAT10JTEKV, 'tiF.IJiILY

\: Mr. Parker, aoil fully in accord with him will have to hold over for two Sears senate and tho house of representatives; Mr. If. Harrison, of Canaveral Is MEDICINES, : .

,t felt authorized, under the circumstances longer. no change: can bo effected, only by the engaged' with a large force of hands In OAUDK.V SEEDS. ; .

to withilrav his name Mr. C.,E. Chaf- That all the old officers! have the bulgeon united efforts of men who go into office opening[ up tho road to Salt Lakeand CIIOIGI: GHOCIKIIS: 't

t'feo was nominated by a rising vote:.all the new aspirants in the coming pri- with the grit and determination to up- lie construction, of a bi hlgo across the HAY, CORN, MATES' FERTILIZERS ,\
maritw.That.
':' standing except Mr.SI\r>1t'rlln, who while. the candidates did themselvesproud hold tho people, and fight; monopoly to bay.Vhen drained it will bring large FINE! PATENT FI.OUK.Ooootv ;:I. \

||*, accord. with the minority ('aucull. said at the sifuiptuous spread at the the bitter t'1111. hotly valuable land Into tho market.It '' F101.1.d.n. Yl'HODGSON '

fjj} he did not feel froo to act fur his constituents Indian River Hotel., Mr. II. F.! Atkinson IA a rising young is eminently adapted for truck farmIng -

J;: soul wouM remaw nnpledged That all candidates were better cpicurltna lawyer, whose ability and sterling integrity orange groves, cane, etc. It will IK

until ho returned to then than orator, giving Jim Bowman we can vouch for; but do we know sold off in largo or small lots, at from (5 BROS. .

The nam<*! of A. A. Stcwtu t and James as an example.' him to be a man who would act, not on to *A> per acre, according to quality and .

n, Bowman were preBcntefi for ro-noml- That the presence of the two leading lyon tho defensive, but on the aggressive ocatlon. Several families are making '\;
candidates at the was conspicuous -
j.nation, and 3t WM urged that havingLeenfairlytelectcrt .. by their absence.banquet if necessary to further the Interests arrangements to locate, as soon as the General Merchants, ':'L+;V.

"' fur tour years, m wasi That Governor Joel Swain: "broushl:; of his people ? -'Tls true that lie statedto road Is completed.A. ,

-i: |'.no fault of theirs that tlnilr fond were down the house'1 heavier and mole often the convention that he was'w llling to merry party left here last Thursday, IDaii Gallie, Fla., :,::

not approved within the time prescribedby ] than any toaster toasted. accord to the transportation companies fur the Haulover'for a day's fishing onboard INDIAN RIVER FLA. 1

; law. The namo of Enoch W. Hal That what Aleck: l Stewart and Frank all their rights and privileges, but to tho Ida May, Capt. Cog ln. They : : :,'

was presented, because of the faithful AA'ooten make a larger don't know book than about what speaking they do.will bind them strictly to those rights, andwe left their landing at 7 a. m., and arrived (Jrocerlcs, Fancy Fruits, Choice Teas, I ,at

'. S 1 and conscientious way in which he had That Colonel Thomas Jeremiah Do have no desire to doubt his words; at their destination at 10 o'clock.Vlmen Coffees, Spices, }'u",11'l'odltcta. etc. 'J''f'

f: performed his tkities, and of his inability Stouben 1I1\ld.very little, :\nil said little but what docs he concede to be their all hands went to fishing Mrs. Roberts, DRV GOODS. t',

to work. 'The; name <*f "'m. It. San-', long. rights? If ho means present powers with her usual good luck,, caught the I .

tiers was also -presented for re-election, That in tho forthcoming race tho longest granted them by legislation, then he first and largest ttsh, a fine trout. Tho I Steam or :Hall; Boats fur Charter by the. i >
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it being urged that the county required polo reaches the fruit on the topmost goes, in our humble judgement too far, rest of the 'party contented themselves Day, Week or Month. I }
and dbo I ,
bough; so Leigh on, boys I
an experienced man until tho preswv for have with
he who cries enough t I they powers or l'lgbtlf you smaller nul4. After partaking ofa I
revenue laws can bo revised by the kg- II I please, granted them by legislation that good fish dinner, they returned liom ar.; "VV'. R.OgerS,

filature. IFhon tho nxrto of John :M. The )Mayor Court. ore unjust, as Is plainly shown by the well ploasvd with their trip, which they; DEALER IX CLOTHING,

DIxon was presented as candidate for recent decision of tho U. K. Commission: hope to renew nt an early day.
Gents. Furnishing Goods Shoes Hats
nomination the ofiko of treasurer: ,
In the
IWt'XK ANti niHOIIHKIII.Y." matter of the E. C. T. Co., vs. theJ. I'

a', Ills fronds desired diet ho should be Mary Murphy and Emma Mitchell, the T. & K. W. Ky. Co., viz: "That they The Florida Contingent.An Caps,. Umbrellas, Trunks, Valises,

treasure, and tad: long deferred to the 'two dusky Amazons whose pcformance have no power to control through rates, FINK CIOAltf, : Etc. I I

t popularity and cfllcleury of Mr. Kay at Andrew Gibson's house about noon when the route partly by rail and part The only house In town limiting a, specialty ",

The duties-of treasurer were not ditihcult last Friday was anything but edifyingor Iy by water." Thus discrimination Is Honored KnglUh Clergyman.The of Gents. Furnishing Goods. >.

_' or laborious, and could bo performed by agreeable to those-of our citizens who legalized, and tho transportation on Indian Drop In and examine my III&k. and ,
if business man. department of Florida Is represented compare' prices. Cash customers command -
goad river and
: any were compelled to 'WItness the same, the tributaries monopolized
by detachment of 23 men, nearly every consideration competitors 'i
The .above namedgentlemen were before Wilson Tue's by tho railroad and
brought they
were Mayor company all of whom are prominent in official\ claim to confer,
unanimously nominated by a rb.ingvote, day morning:: and his honor adjusted time (the J. T. Jfc K, W.) say tl1 the people of profesNional or hUlllneKlIl'IrdulI. with Department Call when convenient. First doorsouth )
except Mr. :Sktmerlin; all above statedJOKJ. matter satisfactorily in behalf of time South Brevard and Dado counties: Xow of ADVOCATE o iee. 4
Commander Ooodihlgo! at time
W. SWAIY.Chalrrn, town by accepting from the former the you must pay just such charges as we
head. They have been thoroughly! enjoying -
n, sum of fifteen dollars and costs as com- see fit to make, and accept just suetl DIXON GltAY
tliemsulves In renewing old aoiiuaintanccs &
jfj i hEron OF-T1EB CoM 1trrEE ON BEHJLUTioxa. ponsation for her drunk and disorderly, son ice as we sue fit to render; you can't ,
and familiar localities
: revisiting -
conduct and resisting an officer. have a conflicting! lino;. wo will make Dealers la
large majority being of northern
Kes lved. That as democrats we will 'Tho'latter, who was charged with such discrimination against any opposing origin. Drugs, Chemicals, Perfumery, Toilet

;support the nominee of tho j irty drunk and disorderly conduct, without line that It will be forced to pull off!. Articles Fine Soaps Stationery

j_throughout. That we approve the ac- aggravating circumstances, was allowed Of course wo know that any company The Department Chaplain who !accom tSPECTACLES

tion of our county convention in ref to go her way upon payment of five do!- operating a competing: line would and panics them-the Itev. talllul'llJ. Paine JEWELRY, tSFWISG

f ferring the question of tho nomination lars and cost*. should expect to derive Dome profit of Jlu'kilonvllle-anli who Is a prouilnen : &
candidate for the at MACHINES
; of representative and county officers Offences of tills character therefrom but sir would the chaplainshlp large)
are disgraceful ; not people Guns Pistols
Is a Crimean as well an a Union veteran, Sewing Machines and
j(back to the people hy ballot, by primaries to any Iowa; ;yet there is a certain of South Brevard and Dade counties having served in the 2nd Battalion of !Machinery Repaired. Watches, Clock
_' aid of establishing as a rule of action sense of satisfaction offered the public in derive much more benefit proportionately amid Jewelry a, Specialty.: R
Artillery of the during ,
for future nominations, until the knowing Uut when they do occur, we ? Engllshregularanny School Book and School Supplies 4

rr i people order --other!fire, believing it will havo a town government able and willing The people of TItusvllle and north of England's: war with Kuskin, and Subscriptions talon at'l>uJ.lI llllr'lIl prices ,i
bearing on his breast a medal of honor fur Newspapers, Books etc.
B better represent the will of the people. to levy and collect the penalty prescribe there can not hope to have their comlltion Magazines: ,
pinned there by Queen Victoria as well Proscriptions carefully compounded at ,
We btlieve in the doctrine of uiu es- for the prevention of such proceedings. bettered by steamboat competition
: ; as another given him by the Sultan of any tlnio, day or night. 1 i!
sentlalu, unity; in non-essentials, cliari Immediately after the fracas referred but in.the hope' of helping our down- .

of ty: "Eqaal'privileges to all; special j/riv to above, the agents of the property recently : the-rlver friends, wo are willing to tend Turkey The English medal has the l
two clasps for Sebastopol and Inkeruian, Drugs
1 ik'ges to none." occupied by Andrew Gibson, gave our best efforts In their behalf ,
>*. That we most heartily condemn any him notice to vacate the premises, high! Mr. Chaffee who was also endorsed by and the two decorations, worn with U.
A. It. Patent Medicines
f, attempt of corporations of corporate was promptly complied with, and time number of the hewer river river delegates Badge, naturally attract a great .
deal of a1t.ntlou.Wh"n -
'!5 power In any shape or form, to influence business men in the viciiJty derive much! is doubtless a good democrat anda Elegant Toilet Articles '

"f public\ opinion by the employment oft I. pleasure from contemplating the desert most honorable gentleman, and we are the civil war broke out In thi Perfomeryand n ..

t their influence, capital, or patronage in ed dive. forced to acknowledge his ability as a country be was a pastor of a church I In Kept constantly"'on )baud atJ.

behalf of any candidate or measure as county officer, but we desire to know Maine but the old country lighting .

Against the interest of the people. In .Au Ideal Jtel>>re!>eDtatln what stand he takes with regard to blood was still hot In his veins, and lie B.. SCl'evell'S

this we heartily accord, and welcome these discriminating co-operations. Nor left his parish to accept a commission as ,

the aid of the Farmer's Alliance and To the Editor EAST COAST ADVOCATE: Las be any right to expect time support lieutenant of the .2nd Maine Battery. DItUO HTOJti

4 Fruit Growers' association as coworkers Sir-In! reviewing the action of the of the people unless he will publicly higlmt artiUery, commanded by Captain

to ta end. delegates at the close of the recent con- pledge himself to support us. afterward (Jeneral:-Davis TUlson: If, Afro, etc.the !latest Newspapers, Periodicals "

A. J. AV'IIITLOCK, vention it seems very plain to us that 'at We repeat, we have felt'Uiu sting, the saw a great deal of hard service duringthe m mE

A. Z. DIXON least some of them (though nnnecessari evil of discrimination and oppression too war, and at Fredericksburg bad two E

t W. IL SUABPE, ly perhaps) in the excitement of the moment long now, and we must have a change. horses shot under him. Indian River
have overlooked the interest of the The he
Committee.C. AVe must have a man who will! bestir war over, resumed preaching,
people au.1 pledged themselves to support himself and do something to advance and for the past 12 year has bee
)<1, Chaffee for Jlepresentatlve. certain men who aspire tv the Important our chiefly instrumental in building
two
interest, and before we will pledge ourselves .
omVe of representative, without to support any man, he must churches and Is now considering a call: State Bank

these men having pledged themselves to pledge himself TO SUPPOJIT 1'>>. to the pastorate of the magnificent new .
any certain course of action in the general In church erected by Mr. Flagler the 011
Editor of ADVOCATE. conclusion, in case neither Mr. Atkinson Titusvllle Florida.
assembly. In popular parlance "theylave ; magnate. ,
nor Mr. Chaffee can come out ..
SIK Mr. C. E. Chaffee who is the --
went it blind, and I fail to see -
"inar ly and in conformity with the The badges of the Florida men are bt.'OaPOJCA.Trli
South Brevard candidate for representative how the people of Brevard UsUtU:; TUB LAW OF
county are
standard outlined above then unique, consisting of brood scarlet
to a ribbon
we beg S
now, and always baa been, a consistent bound to abide by their decision. TUX r ATR or FWftI *.
call the attention of the public to one on which the name of the State, Authorized Capital .
Democrat of the most uncompromising What we want is a man who first of 4100,000
i who La recently; shown bill embroidered in gold pinned to the coat
very by actions Paid-up Capital '
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kind. all, we know to be a solid that be is the disinterested friendof a alligator silver and
., Respectfully, EAST SIDE. Call man, and who will uphold, and U the people. A man whose ability, having from the lower end a little golden General UiMkluK HklueM TnuuacteO..
will act on the aggressive! to -
necessary love of and .
justice sound democratic or..pge.The "" :
Till HitsFrom further the interest of his people In the principles no one can doubt, who would Department flag, which will be 'resident"v. ". ;
face of every opposition( that may be introduced make carried in the I AV. M. Buowjr
us a most efficient representative, parade 15 upheld by a Cashier.
: Courvutloa Reek sa :voter ,by s by retained attorneys, or other and in whose bands the Interest of the large stuffed alligator grasping the staff, Director; : Januw Pritcliard, W. 0. '

Spectator. representative of railroad, steamboat or people and the democratic party wouldbe and around thin odd standard bearer are and Barnett W. M.J.Brown.lL ,'Durkee AV. M. Graham

That finest of canal companies; for no fair-minded man safe. Such a man Is CoL D. L. Gual- four smaller saurian, blowing silver .
it was the body men that the Kr ry r... ..... .&...& with CnMhe
will aaaert
that could be produced by any county in transportation companiea den. ... trumpets and otherwise disporting themselves llaklul{ Eatfpd.d. .
South Florida. of South Florida are not oppressive Respectfully, to belligerent attitude*.-Boston ("Correspondents) :' Seaboardatlooal
That not a single delegate's mind wu In their dealings with the people, St'BiOWIo. Herald. Bank, >'ew Yodq JUUoiwl Bank C If
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1& THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE, FRIDAY, AUG. 29, 1890.



LOCAL NEWS: v- CONCEMIRG CANAVERAL. -


Continued,'-from First Page.J. r : > Q i: It Seems i: .

Interview with the Government Officer. ,
About the Removalof i1.1:!:
What he had to Say
S. Watson & Co. want 1,000'1)1111ls *- the Llghthonae. L = (.. I:!: 0, That the :Merchants have about exhausted the list of tricks and x-
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of e: teo :-
guavas. rrt m in their vain efforts to get "cost" for their old x
Y dodges in advertising
-The Coooa: baseball team will play Commander James G. Green, U. S. N., L..I-
against the Tltlt\\'l11o/tcl\m! next Friday. who comes here Lighthouse Inspector .O oe;g-= &rli cv re stocks of goods, which they bought on LONG TIME, at correspondingly ,

Owing to the crowded stale of our .of the 6th District, with headquarters at Cm :=: ,,ONG PRICES "That little shop on the comer, with, its crisp, t .
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from Eau Gallic, Melbourne Charleston S. C. and Lieutenant-Com '
Item
columns, ; : cash prices, has 'broke 'em all up.:
etc., were unavoidably omitted mander R. D. Hitchcock, U. S. Navy ri =' 0 =a
this week. connected with g, "d m -1
another officer
popular m When made MUST PAT THEM. SOMEBODY must pay
DEBTS are SOMEBODY
-W. W. ,\ who has been on a "Uncle Sam's" Lighthouse service, deposited fr.3
trip to see his friends in England, returned their autographs at the Indian O a. O- =' 0 the book-keepers' salary ; somebody must pay the difference between -

morning.Geo.to Ills. place at Merritt Wednesday River Hotel last Saturday night.. The s r; = >-- a the cost of goods bought for cash-discounts off and the same bought -

M. Bobbins Esq., and family schedule of the Indian River SteamboatCo. tOJ ge 8O ,. = on. long time. You who pay your bills once a month MUST SETTLE: FOR

left on the train thin morning for a short ., an at present arranged, prevented ALL THESE THINGS. '
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visit to Jacksonville and St. Augustine, their departure for Jupiter until Mon b I) a 111t'J. /

expecting to return next Wednesday day, and this afforded an ADVOCATE re- S. -. Think it over, and watch this space for the remedy. ,

evening.Mr. porter an opportunity to ascertain from a; ...... = ct'As
M. C. Weaver In busily engaged ..... \
the aforesaid gentleman a few of the II -
fixing new Scrlmgeour's Mils and pouts IOUlle. under The build-Postmaster proposed plans to be carried out In their r Iif'ff"I E. L. :Ee.i _:c .,

ing is also to be raised two stories, so I particular branch of the public service. M, e =aU -

the postoffice Milt bo greatly ImprovedIn I Lieut. Hitchcock, who has had chargeof g ba rI Groceries Grain Hay Garden Seed, Fertilizer. F :
appearance. this district, which embraces the entire ,
-C. .1. Rchoonatnakcr: : of Cocoa and R. Atlantic coast from Charleston 8. Q n w I call tho Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of l

C. Sprlmgeour, our efficient postmaster, south, for the past four years, has been o Staple Sc :1.. 'alley Cri'oeei'iow, ITVuifc ,
left on the train Wednesday morning for ordered to the west, with headquartersat 0 fl1S 1i And Food ProductsOf

Ocala, as delegates to the Republican St. Louis. During supervision of m o. All Kinds. Also My Stock of ;:,.. .(,
Congressional Convention.Mr. this district the service has been much tj 0 '
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and Mrs A. M. Plimpton, of Improved. (=;' n Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal, ,;j'..: ,

Hoi nesvlllc, N. Y., arrived here Wednesday The. new light at Mosquito Inlet and ".' .. m Ground Food and Wheat. .. .k. .I '
evening. They left yesterday morn- the benc'ins which are of'so much benefit == e I am the onfy house on Indian River dealing exclusively in the above .line of ""
have Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I invite your correspondence and solicit ; : .
Ing for Morrltt, where they a son to navigators on Indian River were '"
who Is 111. The weather In New York secured largely through the recommendations your patronage. Very truly, 33. 'Xi. :Bn. _Y. ,' "j. ;\>.(;

was very cool when they left. and influence of Lieut. Hitchcock, '1\

-1>1'. E. M. Brelsford, of Palm Beach, and h8 loaves this field of labor highly GEORGE M. ROBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM, '

arrived hero on Wednesday evening's esteemed by the many employees and KNOX the Painter Attorney-Law., Attorney-at-Law., ;L1,
steamer, and took the train for Jacksonville lends with whom he had business. 4
Will do and ALL KINDS of PAINTING '
yesterday, on bin way to New York. Lieut. Greene, who comes here from any Robbins & Graham :5
such House and Work :
as Sign ,
Dame Humor the Doctor has ;
says gone the Paclllc coast, and who has been ordered .
north to return with a' bride; but he assured to relieve the .departing officer, Graining in Distemper or Oil 'r,

us this was nut a fact, and that It will take charge of this district on the Colors; Paper Hanging or i

was his mother only that he would escort 10th. Ho Is, evidently, a gentleman of the Stencil Work, Antique Real Estate Dealers. '
and Mosaic Glass
back to Palm Beach. He will be awaya highest type, and kindly gave the ADVO- t
month or MX weeks visiting various cate, freely, all tho points of which he Stain. ALL KINDS OF PROPERTY BOUGHT, SOLD, AND EXCHANGED. _
,Natural Wood
Special attention to
places north. wasIn possession that were of public ]Finish. Members of,Brcvard Abstract of Title Company. .
"What Is :the cause of that benignand '
Interest. '
All articles of Furniture made to look '
happy expression on the countenanceof Ho informs us that be Mill return to I us well as new. Estimates and work Titusvillc, Brevard Co., Florida. : -" :

Aldcnu-iu S. II. lielciior this morning Indian wIth certain officIals of the I done anywhere on Indian Bier P.' O. Box 250. S /* .
?" asked a gentleman of our City Office on the ladder, TITUBVH.LE, FLA. .
Engineering Department, with Canaveral W. K. KMX. 1 Wo Buy mid Soil All Kinds of Itcnl Estate, and are Solo Agents for a"arge 1
Reporter, Thinking ho may have fallen as their objective point during October, list of carefully-selected Properties in all parts of Brevard county. ... '-. '
heir to a fortune, we made Inquiries, and for time purpose of locating the new site ItF.LiAni.K Information furnished as to character, location and! value of anyPro. ,j
discovered the fact that Mrs. Belcher of the Canaveral Lighthouse. pcrty on Indian River. }

had been good enough: on Wednesday. The sum of $80,000 bM been appropriated Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are unequalled '
; and every effort will bo made to give perfect satisfaction to Intending Purchasers .
ut Ogletliorpe, In Georgia, ,to bring forward
for
by Congress moving the light who may favor us with their patronage. \ '
a junior Belcher, which turned the and purchasing the proper site, and it Is F'7 :'j No l'ropertlellllsted unless the Title is Perfect. ,

scales at Bibs The boy and mother are now available by the Lighthouse Depart X >; Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring largo bodies of Low-
doing well, and Sam Is one of the happiest ment. ThoLleutenant also Informed our = 0 CJJrn Priced Lands. r"j'

men In Tltusvllle to-diy. reporter that the work would be begun Write for Descriptive Catalogue.

We are Informed Jhat a military company some time during the present fiscal year, ----
win organized the other evening. and when commenced would be carriedon ....... K H EDWARD :STILINO. ALTERT A. TA>YLOl
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Twenty nine young: men enrolled their continuously, with more or less energy -
names as members and another meeting until complete. -c fcy! : n TILINGTAYLOR .

will be held In the near future for tho This statement, made In the form ofa ,

purpose of perfecting tho organization positive fact by one who is In a posItion I P
adopting a name and electing officers. COCOA INDIAN RIVER FLORIDA ;
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to speak with authority, may be relied HE ;> (:
We are pleased to note the formation of upon by our readers. CJJ
this society; It l something no well regulated We have heard many rumors In regardto DEALERS IN

town should be without, and this project during the few
past years, m Paints Hardware Stoves Tinware & Agateware
may at any hourM called on to render and gave them but little credence, knowIng ,

tho community Taluable nsMstanco, We how slow the government moves in O PLLMBERS' & MILL SUPPLIES, OILS GLASS & PUTTY, TABLE

wUh the organization possible sue such matters, but we are pleased to be & POCKET CUTLERY, BARBED WIRE, WIRE NET 1.
('cIIII\1I1l111l)1'0 that tho day Is not far able to tell tho people of Canaveral there -i. ,.., TING & WIRE CLOTH

distant when they shall: bo known as one is no longer any doubt about the work
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of the crack companies of the state.. {:> v
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being begun an early date. .
-The 10th convention of the U. S. ", r Cy : ..
Hallway Mall Service} Mutual Benevolent Thousand of dollars will\ be disbursed

Association: OC<'IlfIIl\t Denver, Colorado, In this section in payment of bills for 0 r fiTuipptnwt 9" po.:;
Tuesday, September 2nd proximo, to labor, transportation, etc., and if our M ,,,y, --- ,
which the following are duly elected<< to merchants don't succeed<< In \ OY '
appropriating -
represent the 4th Division of the R. M. 8.Uulegutes i oH; .C
: J. F. lilodgutt, ch. elk., and a portion of this tiny drop about to .r. '.
4. C Davenport ana M. J. Conley, ''At leak from the groat national surplus -i. 00.
lanta, Ua,; .\; U. Gooch and C. S. Hamllton bucket, they have less enterprise than ;,:.::.. 3
Montgomery, AI'r.. I. Murray, we give them credit for. :'"- .
Oftcksou, Miss; U. W. llarlan, Sanford;
11(. F. Twohill, Charleston, S.' C.; F, T. Let the good work go on. Everyjdol-;
I).rvis. Memphis, Tenn.; T. I'. Miller and lar expended in Brcvard Dado
or
M. H. Dunn, Atlanta, la.; E. II. Chambers countiesespecially c Q1' ;, E11ncIs, r1o]
Macon: Ja.; l'. W. Bell, Corinth, when paid on account of Limo
& Cement
.M I ilK. W. M. Dye, Jesup, Ua.: labor-assists in promoting their development 'VV'1.1.1.1.nD:1 Fu.1oh. Shingles & Lath.
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The following clipping 1* from the and progress. Guns, Ammunition, and Fishing Tackle of all kinds.
Montreal Mar uf Aug. 15. The Drayman. Ship Chandlery Goods,
Daily Uause Doors
Cook Stoves and
The above officers returned from their done Ranges, Gasoline Stoves, Coflilns and
Kubjt ,'t of the notice spent many plcut- Hauling at reasonable rates. Attends ets ARTESIAN WELL Cask
ant vinter on Indian River. Mr. Becker trip to Jupiter, Wednesday night, and all departing, and meets all arriving ; Cream Freezers Brick PIPE Lime a specialty Lawn Mowers, Ice
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; Cement and
ow ned a very valu.ibl property In Ti- left for Charleston yesterday. LIeut trains. Flags and Chimney Pipe;
tusville. and had an excellent grove at Orders left with G. B. Rumpb or at Bunting; Table and Pocket Cutlery;
City Point Ills numerous friends will Hitchcock goes to St. Louis, the BthDisrict. .ADVOCATE office will receive prompt Fresnal Side Lights, Mouldings, etc., etc.
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Catalognes ample and
cart tint lists
lien of bill death with much regret: attention. Mtimate furnished promptly. sent free on application.. Correspondenc solicited and
'Mr .Mlu.rt. Bucker nf St. A' mm 1.. _. .
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Belli'vue.: tiled at his' rofcldeuce 'll :j'j'ev ; -- -- -- -- -- ----r- ---- ---- n ".- '-- "--- .

Island,' on Thursday morning last after
dOme \\vvk' Ulaex Mr Becker was j :Watson
one of the oldest summer residents at \ Co.
St. Auue's, and In past years was prominent .
organizing; the M. Anne's boating ,
club of which he was president several -
)tear Quiet and uuassuuiing he
will IM much missed by many friends In Commission
Montrx-ttl The funeral leaves the Wind
sor station on :Saturday morning for AND
Mount Royal cemetery uu the arrival of
the V>:-U train." Tills Space Reserves

There was a meeting of the Ladies' FORWARDING} MERCHANTS l
Guild at Mi-*. C. F. FUcner' yesterday *
aft">rauon, w hen U was resolved that our .
iibji--t U to work for St. iuild's Church FOR
lira to procure a belL We will make Dealers in Fertilizers
useful. and ornamental article for sale;
v e are to meet every Thursday afternoon ,
at 30 p. iu., at the different UuUW tell- P. I-IcudeI. OU Ac C09t'i G
idenem, to work; ; to pay the sum of ten ardeu Seeds,
rents to become a member for one year,
and to par a Hue of ficU when absentuuleM SAM RAY. Orange
Boxes & .
kickuewi U the .....Ulle. we hope to (Crate paper.
do a good work, and trust a kindly, social
spirit will prevail at all our meeting
*; tVu tieurvr will keep an atouunt CEMENT PLASTER & HAIR. AGENTS FOR
of all money paid In and all paid out OCALA LIME.
Agents for
anti the object for which it is used or toiw the C. F. T. REFRIGERATOR CARS.
used for; the secretary will keep account Will Furnish Can when Desired
of work done and when the meet and see that they are properly LOADED
ICED BII.IWe
Sags am to be held, and will read her report .. ID. and TRACED to DotlnaUoa. -
at every meeting; all ladle of the will B }y all kinds of Fruits, Vegetables
lurUuar* intited. The nest meeting > -I we will BU1, nd Sell anything offered Furs and Skins ; in fact
will be bell| Mrs. Ely Spencer1*-Co" .. :::4 to us.
Correspondence nce solicited
uualcatod. on
3 ; ; -fie any wants you may have

< Respectfully, J. S. WATSON & CO

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