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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: September 5, 1890
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Indian River advocate

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rOSTOFFICE DIRECTORY -Judge Droome and State Attorney -J. S. Watson & Co. want 1,000 bushels ---Judge Mention, 'If Klcslnuncc, Inn: i A Fine Now Steamer r

u'., OCKFRAb-DKLlVFlirftnrt Ceggs started homewards today.Mr. of guavas.rService .. been spending a few days In town. ,

S a.jn. until S t>,m. except! ilni St. George Rathborne, of Scotch Sunday evening at the Pren- -Mr. (). F. Enscy, of Tropic, ha-+ been
rtistriluitifin of mall an.l on Hunitay It Will Delight TourUU ho Seek the i
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I.a.m. when train or steamer In kite on Plains, has jhst had. 40,000 pineapple ytcrian church at 7:10.:: town a few days Hu returned
['evening.1I slips put out at Eden. home this mointng.Capt. Itfitutirul Imtlmi Hirer. ,'f
Money Money! I Money 1 M to ,

I i from i MOSEY S a:, m.ORDER until 4 Or p.)'ui.REOlilTERED Ira. -The' Eau Game artesian cll-slnker, loan on real elCt.te.1'l>ly to Robbing\!: .Too Smith ban been quite 111 In Times-Union of last Sunday has. 1

John C. McAllintcr been .. Jacksonville this week but hope the to the steamer of
-l,t; LETTFHK' baa In town Graham, Titiwvillc, FliwAs ; we following regard;

silvered from a.Illlntll 8 p, in. t1aiS week. See his advt. on page 4. we are now prepared to do Job soon to hear of hU speedy recovery, the E. 0. T. ('('., wld.-h will\ arrive In

--, ARRIVAL MAIL. -The "Times-Union" rather hard work of_all klmla at this office, we shall be -Mr. and Mrs. J. I'. Turner who havo TItimvIllo at.oUrtoher Int. Coming .

.'Ule North- C.13 p. in. on the Old Country, when It stated last glad to have share of your patronage.The .,* been on a trip to Jupiter and other from a disinterested sourro It will\ no i

M the 8o\lth-6 to 12 p. in. week, that "Slavery was abolished In places returned here this week. doubt bo of interest to those who expectto
Ma Sanford Watch Club had another -
DEPARTVRK. Great BritaIn patronize the new line: ;'
August 28th 1833. This '
.onnil-clove! *at 8J4 a. Ibountl4 drawing on Saturday last, and Mr. Pineapple lands| rare bargains; profitable J. .!
Is not "The steamer W, Sweeney, recently
4 )44 a. m. so. W. E. Dale was the happy winner of the ; very cheap. C. T. McCarty.. purchaitcd tho East Count Tiannporta- '

:-t R. C. BUItMOKOUR Subscriptions for the AnvocATK may gold watch. Ankona, Kla.Indian tlun company, arrived hero fiomAbbc- v

q f,8th, 18K. l..tIll118ter.i by left with Messrs. Stlling Taylor, -We understand the ha River Mission. Rev James vIllOjU.v. Friday: night; and wits tied u''al: i
government
the old F. It. A N. clock East
on Bay
-- by the residents of CocTm an.d vicinity, ordered surveys for continuing the Im- Dolton will, I). V., preach at Brantley on street. CIIItn.I'.1'1II1.JhIll111.rought her r-J

t i Clll'UCH NOTICES.rRE8BTEPJAN whIch will bo placed' promptly our provements between Melbourne and Ju Sunday next, tho 7th Inst, at 3 o'clock through.Tho :

!' CHURCH. 1st., .. piter. .. A cordial invitation Is extended to, all. boat left Abblllo In western

:ilnit Sabbath It a. in. and 7:31 Mr.S. F. Gibbti who -If at time wish to sell Georgia! 'ruellllIYI\llIII't'adlt'lt Darien
Sabbath every School at 1):30 II. m. Prayer has been staying -Mr. and Mrs. Jeo. M. Robbing who you any buy, Thursday, coming down by the !Inland
"g every A\e
Rev. Jxo. For, t':astr."y for some time past returned here Saturday bt. Augustine, return,.t1 here on Tuesday estate, or dispose of your resident! call Captain: Paddlxon get the steamer U

night, and left for his home at Mel- upon, or write to, Robblns Graham, John Dunn, who was severely) Injured
BAP1T3T cm.RCU. evening.J. In connecting rod of '
.. by being c\iight'
bourne Titusville Indian River Florida.Mr .
Tuesday.Mr ,
chlnit every 4th Sunday at II a. m. and! the steiiuter it. Augustine on the Indian
S. Watson & Co
: can supply
Iiu. Hnnilay iirhool every Sunday at.4 it.itR Mason Young In bin private car you J r. D. Owen, the photographer, river about three months ago. lie still
meeting every Tliuraoay at 7)j with
p.m.w fresh seeds than
garden cheaper
i,. Uev.A; 1). OOHES,Pastor. arrived here last: Friday evening and met returned Tuesday evening from hits tripto boars the scars of tho !accident but Is.
i, you can send oil and get them. Try us, fully recovered.
his daughter-In law, Mrs. Geo Young .. Jupiter and other places. On his way
and see for you rseh'cs. The Swc'ney81\ built Abbeville to
J CATHOLIC CHlltCH. on her return trip from down the river. hark bo stopped at Eau Gallie and took
I and Sermon at o'clock a. m. carry cotton and resin on the Georgiai'lvors.
Sunday -Mr. P. J. Net Inn of Merritt who
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ng.at Mawmlo linll. They started for Jacksonville Saturday several views at that place. She lit only year 111111half w Rev.Father O'ItoYLE I' left here for Jacksonville! on Monday'strain received She Is 1IW
ast4 r. moinlng.Mr. Bravo returned from Mil trip but has rough usage
sailed next d.ty for New York. lie feet long over all and lll-l feet lieiini, with j
Lewis P. Tibbah of New York to st. Augustine Saturday evening
steel boll
has gone north for the purpose of getting very wide gards. She has two :
JOCAn. NEWS. has had men at work on his place at help for his popular hotel, and expectsto bringing, back with him his wlfoand two ers, which carry 1U3 pounds of steam at
Eden, planting out 40,000 pineapple slips children. Mrs. Bravo left her Muter considerably her ordinary speed and turn the \big stern
return In about month
a ,
.' He Is about to ship Us new naptha better in health. wheel 40 revolutions a minute. Tint
ty and General (ioBolii In connection -News to hand'that steamer's wheel Is unusually: largo, and
launch Eden
to and comes on Sundaylast
Intends ;
erecting a W. of *Iell that she Is the fastest
kith Indian River and Worth -Mr. R. Bcaujean, >ouinu Captain Paddixon says
Lake seer ;
large boat-houmTfor prIvate use. at Lake Worth, Mr. W1. II. Sanders of her kind on h''lortdawaters.; .
au daring pant wrrk. llrlrf mention ofteresting head, cnme up to town this week for thing
Events About 1'eople Yon -The J., T. A K. W. Railway auditor, of Kansas: wa untried to Miss HattieL. the purpoHoof ordering luml>er for 1\ new She draws about 20 Inches.*
|now, slid People You non' Know- Gale at the resilience of Mr. Goo. K. She will\ run between !1tu vlllo anal
:Mr. P. S. Johnstone made bo
a flying trip residence to el'Cctclfor Mr. King at when tho extensive repair
cfaed up by Our Society. F.dltor. Gale. Gale Melbourne
Ilev. E. father of the bride
,
to town
Tuesday evening, and returnedto the above place. contemplated aro finished. Her upper
Seville next morning. He put In an united them In tne bonds'of Holy Matil- Merrier who In commandof deck will be lowered, her cabin enlarged
'-Capt. was
3et the AnvocATB at Dr. Screven's. appearance for the of mony. We havo a slight recollect and rebuilt and an she w\ill ruu all a day
purpose "gettinga
the steamor St. Lucie the absence
during
ive Cents per copy.J. of having met the above charming young boat, she can carry three hundred passengers.
few figures which he obtained to his of Capt. Bravo, started down the A condenser and air pump will\ bo
S. Watson &: Co. are headquarters satisfaction.Mr. lady In town some time ago. The happy
river Monday with the Georglana for put In her, her engine and boiler over
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all kinds of fertilizers. couple have the best wishes of the Aiv which will
>h!B R. S. Marvin, representing tho the purpose of bringing up the dredge hauled and other woik done
Postmaster Scrimgeour's and Capt. VOCATE for their future happiness and keep her here a month. Tho ){errIIl-
Jacksonville -Standard," was In town boat owned by the East Coast Canal Co. will\ do the
e's prosperity !Stevens Engineering company
buildings are being pushed forward
the end of last week, looking after business !She returned here yesterday.Mr. work."

gSyldly.The. for his firm. By-the-way, the"Standard" E. M. Dlmlck and wife, and the

mlxlmum'eloclty: of the wind Is a widely read and neatly Misses Bella and Lorena Dlmlck, of Palm EAU GALLIE ON THE BOOM.
Tuesday was 38 miles. See temperature
.911
our -
report, up to last night, on gotten-up ournal; and with such an enterprising !. Bench; and Mrs. T. F. Dimlck and Miss

page 4. editor, tie above paper oughtto Ella Dimlck, of Union City, Michigan,

k-Mr. succeed. at the Grand! View Docks, Warehouses, Ue.lcI..II. $tores. ,
and Mrs. A. C. Gardner started registered Monday.

LWednesday, via Clyde line for Jackson- -Mrs. John Grether, Mrs. Eliza D. n.nfcn i They all left here on the steamer, Tuesday Ktc., tu IM Built Tropical Garden to 04
on their home. Miss Lena and English, Jno. D. Grether Ralph D. p
jllle way .. : on their way to ){r. Dlmlck's placeat LaM Out. The I.arg Floating Dock to 1
{"Charles are now happy. Grether, John Reed, Mrs. John Reed and 101 i 1:'" .! Palm Beovh.Mr. .
II be Pissed In Position Thvra. tau J..III"
|J-There waa a meeting of the Freens John E.- Reed, of Columbus, Ohio; and o 1'-0 5 i CoC11'
J. II. Rollins the real estate
a -
last night, and from a cursory Miss L. Marie Penn of Amelia, Ohio gJ;; 8.3 W be the Transfer Citation.
r- "' :: dealer, who has been in Orlando for
nee from the outside, we concludeey arrived here Saturday night, and left for 14 ,srs =- The residents of Eau Galllo will ba
time Is In town
some past now again.
must have been having a deal olan Merrltt by sailboat Sunday morning. 1'-0 iiJ J He Is anxious to see Washington pleased to learn that the various Improvements

which caused them to doff coats. Joseph Peter, of Eden, who has beenon 00 very to which were referred
avenue opened up to Mr. Young' land,
|.*--The. announcements of Mr. W. R.tiers a trip to Boston and other places 3 where our genial old friend, Capt. Chas. In the last Issuq of the ADVOCATE: will

: Tax Assessor; and Mr. A. A. north, returned here Friday night, sayIng .'.. Brock of the steamer St. Sebastian, we soon be commenced by the Indian River

.Stewart, Clerk of the Court, were over- he was glad to be on Indian River are pleased to learn--wlll noon commenceto Steamboat Company.

I)looked in our last Issue; but they will be again, as the climate of build a residence. Mr. and Mrs. In an Interview with Supt. W I). Vatson -

[Lund) this week among the others onpage the north and, himself did not agree. lIe and daughter of Calais/ Me. will he Informed UN that everything wa*
Young
,
has been -Look out for J. I'. Turner & Co.'s ,
i 5. In town taking a rest for a few satisfactorily signed and arranged IMS.
be here this
winter
probably again on a
new advt.,In our next Issue. Gleason
himself and Ex-Gov. ami
t Senator Call will address the citizens days.Mr. visit to Captain and Mr*. Chas. Brock. tween ,
Tltusville, next Friday. Let the peo- E. C. Dearborne, of Jacksonville -Mr. and Mrs. Wetmore have removed that work would bo commenced" soon

1 1 come out in force, and show their ap- accompanied by his father, arrived In to the Hnckabay cottage. -Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Nesbitt, arrivedIn an the bids for the pile-driving, etc., were
elation of his efforts in their behalf town from Jacksonville, Tuesday
town: Saturday, and started on steamer Special offer this month of ladle accepted.
giving our next Senator such an ovan evening, and started, next day, for their I bo made
to
St. Lade, Monday morning for to Among the Improvements
a trip
_ as will put the matter, as to how $4.00 and $ .00 French kid shoes for$:2.50 Nesbltl
revard stands, beyond question.Mrs. Jupiter. They; also visited their charming and $3.50 Geo. It. Rumph. .. home at Melbourne. Mrs. has Bupt. Watson gave the follow Ing a*being
at Hartland been l under the care of the physicians of the most
place their Important:
: on return. Con-
l' S. II. Ray and children started -The Indian River Steamboat (%
m- Luke's
St. Jacksonville for
\J St. Lucie, Monday morning, on a vis6 ductor Dearborne's many friends were Hospital, The removal of the new floating dock
to ){r. and Mrs. Paine. As Mrs. Value's glad to see him in town again. They pany and the J., T. 4 K. W. Railway the past three months, and It I III plainly from Tltusvllle\ to Eau Gallic.

I'place Is t charming one to stop at, we returned last night quite pleased with Company are now separate agencies. seen they have done her much good, for The erection of a large landing with il

have no doubt that Mrs. Ray and chil- their trip and left for home today.Mr. Justness under the new order of things the looks considerably better In health, bulkhead 60ft square; to whIch will\ bo
dren will enjoy themselves considerably commenced the first ot the month.Dr. which we are pleased to note. Thj added an 8ft. wide sidewalk for the use
[during their stay of one or two weeks. II. Hodges, of the firm of Hodges 01 residents. visitors and pOMUiogei
,
E. S. Wiley who has been away above hospital a noble Institution and
F,-The Advocate office has turned out & Godfrey, of Satsuma Heights, ar- A large warehouse! will be built for the .
for two months
nearly returned here on deserves support. Wit have no
Eftome very nice Job work during the rived In town Wednesday, took a trip to every reception of freight.
Friday last. Mrs. Wiley and little Mis doubt the Treasurer would ta to .
glad
past few days. Our job department is ba
[ Melbourne Friday returned Saturdayand A large general store w Ill probably
r ew In good running order, and the criti- left here for his home Monday morn- Thomas also arrived the same time, all acknowledge! any donation sent toward erected by a gentleman from Jackson
m we have received from those who looking remarkably well in health after the support of St. Luke's Hospital, a* ville.
Ing. lIe ta In the lumber business and
patronized this branch' of ,
ave our
their trip. money I* generally much needed In these Several house are to be built, and alub'troplcal
taktabliahment have been call the attention of .
fully as pleasantu we our readers to
I to be laid out.
those which are pouring In upon us da ad. on 5. -In consequence of an accident to the valued public Institution garden *
page Eau Gallie Is to be made the transfer
[from our subscribers.
boIler of
the steamer fet. I.ucle-the
-The rattlesnake referred to in our -We herewith Inform our reader station, and all steamers are to lay overthere
|-Photo phl. Owen lost all the last week's Issue, arrived in town last blowing out of the gasket-just below that we are now getting In working order instead of at Melbourne. The dally
egaUves rte made at Cocoa in the fire, the Narrows she lost hour time will still to Melbourne.
eight boat run
he Sunday. It U a few Inches longer than and our "mailer" I is now at work.
will be there
- ad 1 Wednesday, the on 8th Monday, 9th, and Tuesday 10th.utaDt five feet and may be seen at Messrs. on the up trip. She arrived here about All our subscriber who have sent In The Indian River Steamboat Co, received -
Gleaxon de d.. U six
from 31
prepared to make them again, Lesley & Renakcr's, with his terrifying 11 a. m. Sunday. a year' subscription will observe that r. y
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lots on river front, all of block 2, and
)list as nice as ever. Call as early aspossible. rattle In full working order. It was -Conductors Kid well and Hill, who Ion the name-ond-addres slip pasted at I five acre on the outskirts of Fag Gallloq
Remember this be
opportunity. Thanking, may the people yourt captured and brought up from Jupiterby were employed on one of the line at head of this paper or upon the wrapper i I consideration of the above.

I VI. their liberal patronage, I am, yours Mr. Ed. Miller, of the Indian River lautemoU (we believe), have hurriedly we have given then credit until August, I That Eau Galllo-with UH deep waterfront

pectf ally, L. B. Owen. .. left South America owing to the warlike 1691, when their subscription expire I and rocky shore-I* an excellent

pj: ..Senator O. S. Hardee, with his two Hotel.An Interesting little pamphlet, giv state of the country. Kid well ha Others who have asked us to retain their site there for rtm them hardly Important be a doubt Improvements; and we d.,

anghters, Misses Emma and Minnie, lug a history of Indian River, has been returned to St. Louis, while Hill Is at name on our list will receive the Auvo- not think Supt. Watson could have

i up to town Monday evening, and published by the Ladies' Sewing Society his home in Alabama. CAn: regularly; while those who are not selected a much better locality on Indian

LrtI,, next day, for White Sulphur of Cocoa, and U is on sale at Dr. Screv -Engineer Fitzgerald returned from actual subscriber will receive a copy tUver. Let of a* hope Indian-a River* we have at heart the Improvement M-

plings. Judge Minor 8. Jones' son, en's drug store, for ten cents a copy, the its trip to Jacksonville Friday, having occasionally a* a reminder that we shah well M many more-that these valued

J- |hn, W left on Tuesday's train for the proceeds to be devoted to the church societies managed his business at the above place be glad to enroll their name among and beneficial additions to Eau Gallia

ave school, and will not be home again of Cocoa. In trying one yon will without those who have so promptly become: will lx to the Interest of the Indian
going Savannah. lie ordered
help the ladles, and get some interesting subscribers to Itlver Steamboat: Co., the residents anti
tit Christmas. Senator JIardee re- facts regarding the early days on' the the new boiler for the Cleo, and It U expected our pal"'r.Loeala UI concerned. The ADVOCATE: W1sllee It

I home on Tuesday's steamer. river, which are not generally known. ben In about two weeks.R [ continued on page 8.] very success.C ,


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THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. ""ra. engaged TELEGRAPH AND CABLE who commanded the steamer, has v been
The Easi t CoaSt AdvDcaiB.TITUSVILLE. a lively fisticuff on the floor. Mr. Cannon (
apologized for tho remarks he had revoked: and he has been reported to ,

THE made, but Mr McAdoo rose to a question the United States attorney for prosecu I

WORK OF FIFTY-FIRST of privilege, and aid the gentleman from WHAT IS OOINQ ON IN THE tion.Workmen !

s FLORIDA. CONGRESS. Illinois (Mr. Cannon) had made what he BUSY WORLD. engaged upon the two ends !

called an explanation, but what of St. Clair river tunnel, between Port I

he McAdoo) and those around Huron, Mich., and Semis, "Ont, shook !
NEWS OF THE SOUTH. PROCEEDINGS our TOT HOOTS AHD 6EHAT him considered a* very unsatisfactory.A :X 8OTOTABT. OF O1JT8IM AFFAIRS COH- hands with each other Monday morning :

BRIEFED DEHBERATIOISS: OVE* HATTER motion to dispense with further proceedings DOlED FHOM HEWBT M8TATCHESFROM under St. Clair river and made the great :
: OF KOHEXTOU8 UTTEREST TO OCR TOCLE BAM'B DOMAIS' AND WHAT
was lost. Yeas, 57; nays. 115. subterranean highway re-echo with their
BRIEF NOTES OF AN INTER- COMMON COCHTRT.-KOTES. Mr. Brosius, of Pennsylvania, offered a THB CABLB BR1NO8. cries. The tunnel Is practically com-

ESTING NATURE. resolution for the arrest of absentees, leg pleted, and everyone connected with it iaibilant.
In his prayers In the house, Monday directing the sergent-at-armsto telegraph The met Tow- .
morning, the chaplain made a feeling at
FTTHT trans FROIC ALL ronrrs IK TOT loafers the sudden death of for absent members, and revoking all day.Cholera The Queen' hotel at Sunbridge,
to Repraen.taUve it the
along
BOCTBEBK STATES THAT WILL EHTER- Watson of Mr. leaves of absence, except those granted spreading rapidly Canada, together with its contents; was
Pennsylvania.
TAUT THE READER: -ACC1DEKTS, ITOES, Cannon submitted the conference reporton on account ot illness. The resolutionwas Mediterranean.The burned""Monday( morning. The guests,

FLOODS, ETC. the sundry civil appropriation bill agreed to, and the house adjourned.The striking miners In Belgium now of whom there was A large number, haigreat
,
tariff bill was resumed in the serrate number 18,000. difficulty in escaping. Two men
which was agreed to by unanimous con ,
Colored peop'e at Lula, Miss., are tent. The senate amendment (which on Wednesday. In the course of > Several cases of cholera are reported in Thomas Powers and Herbert Layton, the

talking of emigrating to Oklahoma.The have! not been acted upon) to the river Itt speech upon the general subject ol the vicinity of Berlin. latter it ia said, belonging to Ottawa,

Capital City bank, of Nashville, and harbor bill were non-concurred in the tariff bill, Mr. Davis advocated placIng The sub-treasuries, on Tuesday, purchased were burned to death, and two Others

Tenn., is out just $41,030.70 through the and a conference ordered. Saturday, farmers' binding twine on the free 12,404,600 'four and a half percent were badly burned.A .
list. Mr. McPherson substitute for the
stock speculations of iU teller, Frank M. September 18th was set apart for bonds. banquet was given to Dr. Peteri at
wool schedule and amendment offered
some
Allen. the delivery of eulogies to the late Senator by Mr. Plumb some of its mr'- The socialists of Berlin, Germany helda Kaisershof, Germany, Monday evening.

The census office has completed the of Beck. Then Mr. O'Neill, of Pennsylvania graphs, went over without action, leaving midnight meeting Tuesday night, :Minister Hoffmann having toasted the

ficlal count of the population of Savannah, < rose and announced the deathof the whole schedule open. The sugar I which was attended by 7,000 members of emperor, Df. 8 hWti forth tirdpose the

Ga. It is 48,213, or 41 per cent increase his colleague, Mr. Watson the third schedule was also passed over Informaly the party. > health of the guest of the evening, whom

over 1880. member from Pennsylvania who had died and the tobacco schedule taken up, but Representative Lewis F. Watson, of he referred to as an intrepid man. who

Spartanburg, S. 0., is to have a grand in Washington this session. The house no change were made in the house rate. Pennsylvania, died very, suddenly :Monday had secured Germany's hold in east Africa

gala week the latter part of September, adopted the customary resolution of regret When.scheduJe. Ge2Ticultural productsand morning in 'Washington. Heart and who had BO unconsciously.regained

during the sale of city property, which and for the appointment of a committee provisions) wa reached no ameauments disease was tho cause. ,Heligoland.

takes place on the 24tb, 25th and 26th< of to superintend the funeral, and from the democrotio aide 'werrsuccessful. The in The boiler of a'locomotive on a freighttrain
is
then hay Ireland reported as
September.A adjourned. The amendment of the finance crop on the New York Pennsylvania and
ruined and condition and
tariff in the of cereals
The bill taken the Senate ,
was
mm named Pendleton was killed Mr. Aldrich up rfeerrcd to committee to reduce the duty on barley turf is bad. One death is reported from Ohio railroad exploded Wednesday morning
near Mineral Bluff, N. 0., Monday. Ha on unusual Monday. from 80 to 25 cent per bushel wa with- eating diseased while the train was running, six:
the of the discussion that potatoes.The
was shot with four balls, penetrating the length draw and the house rate stands. The miles east of Mansfield, O. 'Engineer
head, because be had reported some has taken place on the tariff bill, and,said duty on barley malt from 46 to 40 cents French steamer, Amerique, on Fri., ,Albert Graham, of Gallon, and Fireman
that that fact and the shared and
blockade before the last grand jury of knowledge per bushel wa disagreed to. This dayran down sank the English steam- Joseph Murphy, of, Urbana were instantly -
by all that the business of the country erRed Broak, off the port of St. Nasaire.
Fannin county. brought the senate to tho paragrngh I killed and horribly mangled, Fire
was in a state of anxious await- I Three
: suspense about rice. Without entering on the persons were drowned. communicated te oil in tho train
was
News comet from Goldsboro N. C., of cars ,
the arrest thereon Wednesday,, of Alexia of ing the results question., necessitated The senate a speedy deliberationsled solution discussion of it, the senate proceeded to Butler & Johnson, dealers paper, 44 and fifteen were burned. "
executive business and at 0 o'clock ad. Beckman street, New York, made an assignment
with Fire discovered in' MlcVicker'stheater
Thompson, a negro woman, charged him to ask the senators oa the other was
poisoning Samuel Cohen's family of eleven side to consider the the question of fixing: journed. with: Saturday to George: P. Butler, on Madison street,Chicago,Tuesday

persons by deadly poison In the coffee.: a date ot closing the debate and of a preference of $140,000. morning, and was soon beyond cone :

She fa In jaiL having a final vote on the passage of NOTES. Conscrvatiye railroad men estimate th trol. The rear wall fell and all the fire" '

Labor Agent R. A. Williams was in of the bill. Monday, September 8th The. house committee on war: claims!, prospective loss to the Old Colony Bail men of No. 7 were burled in the ruins,. ,;

Raleigh, NT 0., Tuesday, and gave notice and thereafter was 'made the time for Tuesday, reported favorably"fEe Bill authorizing road Company, by the Quincy accident, All were, more.or less hurt and Fireman '::;.,
aside
that he desires to secure 25,000 negroes consideration of the bill and amendments the secretary of the treasury to from the damage rolling 'stock Jack Duffy had his skull fractured; and '-1

from North Corolina to work in Louisiana, without debate-three hours to be allowedto pay William and Mary college, of Virginia at $GOOOOO. will probably die. The total loss to the I;

Mississippi! and Arkansas. He will begin each side for general debate, and thena $04,000, to reimburse it for the de- cablegram of Monday, from London, theater building and occupants is estimated
their movement out of the state in Octo- final vote to be taken on the passage of struction of its buildings and property says:, Henry M, '. agent has writ at over 200000. "

ber.An the bin. The tariff bill w's laid aside. during the war. ten a letter in which ho says that Mr. Exports of .specie from the port of ,

almost unprecedented good condition The house bill for the erection of a towerof The house committee on railways and Stanley is very, far from being restored to New York for week ended August 24r

of the rice crop is reported in the the first order for a light on Smith canals has agreed to report favorably perfect health.A amounted to $262,408 of which $26,018(

upper Pedee section of South Carolina. island, Va., was taken from the calendar on the bill for the protection of railroad dispatch of Tuesday says t Kennedy was gold and $236,450 silver. Of the

The news from the rico fields lower down and passed. Th tariff bill was property and ot nilroad employee & Co., cotton broken in Liverpool, have total exports $15,214 gold and $57-

tho coast is equally cheering. Everything again taken up, the pending question being engaged in handling It. The suspended. Other failures In tho cotton 475 in silver went to Europe and $ltt,-

points to an unprecedented rice crop in on paragraph 108, page 45, imposinga bill provide for safety couplers trade are expected in consequence of the 804 in gold and $178,875 in silver went

the State.A duty of one and a half cents per pound. on freight cars and power brakes on locomotives collapse in prices. to South America. Imports of specie for

letter from Hazard, Ky., where court on lead ore and lead dross. but give railway companies The bakers at Kerry, Germany, went the week amounted to $578,832, of which
is in session under the protection' of Mr. Coke moved to amend by inserting sufficient time to prepare for the change. out on a strike Monday. It is feared: $163,823 was in gold and $254,529 silver.

troops, dated August 25th, says twenty a proviso that ores containing silver and After January 1, 1803 it shall be unlawful there may be trouble, and the town ii A'cablegram of Monday from Brussels
lead in which lead is less ,
three of value than for railroad companies to nun a train with
men engaged in the French-Ever. warming police. A boycott has Belgium, : The' public sympathizes
sole feud, have been indicted for murder He silver, shall in be admitted of his free of duty. that cannot bo controlled bj an engineer. been declared against "blacklegs." with the strikers says and condemns; the attitude
spoke advocacy amendment
and as accessories, and many of them and was followed and supported by TRADE REVIEW. Owing to a misplaced witch, two of the employers., The Courier 'sfa

have been arrested. Messrs. Carlisle and Reagan. The bill freight trains on Burlington and Hit Drvxellet says that at a meeting of strik

Lookout Inn, on Lookout Mountain, then went over. Messrs. Cameron, Cul- DUN A CO'S. JlErORT OF BUHNERS FOR mutt Eivor road collided at Mullen, Nebraska en, delegates from the Cadry coal district .

changed hands Monday, R. L. Watklns loin and Faulkner were appointed a committee WEEK ENDED AUGUST 23. Tuesday morning, killing three it was decided to issue a manifesto

and W. O. Peoples selling their interest on part of the senate to attend the persons and seriously injuring six others calling upon the men to prepare fora general

to M. M. Henderson. The latter, with funeral of Representative Watson, and The weekly review of trade of R. G. Twenty thousand miners held a meetingat ,, strike after the suffrage. congress in

Hugh Wbiteside and Watkins, owns the the senate adjourned. Dun & Co., says: The signs of monetary Chesterfield, England, Monday, ana September next.

controlling Interest in the inn. The entire Before the reading of the disturbance which were noticed in previous voted in favor of a working day of eight A Guthrie, Indian Territory, special of

property is valued at $180,000. the house, on Tuesday, Mr. ItcClammy,, reviews were not misleading. Money hours. The National Blast Furnacemen'sAssociation Wednesday says: Both houses of the territorial .

An El Pasco, Texas, special says that of North Carolina, made the point of or loaned at half a cent per day premium or has also approved the eight legislature in that city effected a

between thirty-five and forty houses were der of no quorum present. A call of the about 190 per cent yearly,' and most ol hour system. temporary organization aa follows: Council

washed away Monday evening in rhouse I was ordered, but 128 members responded the loans were at a quarter' premium. Dispatches from Madrid, say: Cholera .. G. W. Gardonhery, democrat of

and sixty families rendered homeless by a I to their names. Mr. Brotius, of Money rate nominal.for commercial loans is scarce and continues Valencia and Alicante. la Payne county, president; O. P. McCabe,
cloudburst. A street traversed by one of demanded the The treasury has announced colored clerk of the house
Pennsylvania, regular or that Toledo, Wednesday, eight new cases and ; J. O.' Host,
the bursts was almost obliterated. Dwellings der, and contended that the unfinished it will redeem $20,000,000 four deaths were reported. The director republicanof Payne county,chairman;H.
of the
on both sides were submerged and ( business was the Conger lard bill, 4J for per cent bonds, and accelerate of the military academy there has sue* G. Beard, of Oklahoma City, clerk. It is I
silver
destroyed tho vote upon the passage of which waa payment and bought. The obvious combed., almost settled that the democrats and the

'S. Wellman, a wealthy and prominent Inconclusive Saturday owing to the absence only sufficient relief lathe liquidationof A dispatch of Monday from Rome pe ple'l party will co-operate and then I
Hebrew citizen of Birmingham, was run of a quorum. Mr. Baker, of New money. Speculations in stocks in have a fighting show in the house.
wheat, corn, oats, cotton, leather hides Italy, says: The military manoeuvres .at :
over and killed by a train on the Kansas York, who was interested in the senate Montecliiari with smokeless It was rumored on the streets of Boston '
coffee wool and
in silver but powder werea
City, Memphis and Birmingham railroad bill on the speaker' table, argued tae t lion, have locked especially beat success. Batteries of artillery Wednesday afternoon that Potter Lovell
business up enormous sums. In
Tuesday afternoon. He attempted to gel on the speaker's table must first silver alone about ten millions have been Bred half an hour without their presence & Co. bankers, 43 Federal street, werefinancially
on the caboose of a passing freight train, be disposed of. Mr. Blount contendedthat embarrassed.
There
being discovered two
locked are
up to wait for high prices. In
fell under the wheels in the order
and was crushed to special there was a distinct
.several times as much and in Advices from Madrid concerns carrying on business of a similar
.
death. time riven to each bill mentioned other Spain, 8a, : character
therein, and the time designed for the products many millions. In addition Cholera is spreading in the city of Toledo at the same'place-Potter, LOT-
The
census report of street railroads ell & Co. and the Potter-Lovell
the enormous intended Thirteen and company.
imports to cases five deaths
lard bill bad expired. The day reported
shows that the mileage in Atlanta was consumed The
Ga., anticipate the Potter-Lovell was incorporated
pending tariff bill have Monday. The Madrid health company
in contentions for department
has been increased from 15.4 S miles in personal privileges under the laws
of Massachusetts in
and and virtually locked up for an indefinite time has sent officers to Toledo to take ,
sharp coloqulos without
,
1880 to 28.0310 1800. Birmingham has 1884 with a cash of with
millions capital $-100,000
action, the house at 5:45 adjourned.In many paid f. r goods and in du sanitary measures.
78 miles Charleston 19 Dallas ,
Texas, ties on them. Tho volume of the purpose of discounting commercial
20; Galveston 82, Memphis 52, Nashville the senate, on Tuesday, the substitute business legitimate The Chicago! on the Baltimore .
45, New Orleans 104, Richmond 14, Savannah for the bankruptcy bill by Mr. Hoar throughout the country continues and Ohio railroad: ran into an open switch paper.A
12. Atlanta and Savannah are the from the judiciary committee, wa* placed! large, exceeding that of last year by near Point of Rocks, Md., Tuesday'even sensation wag created in Biddeford,
only Georgia cities noted. on the calendar. The memorandum of 10 per cent. outside of New York, and ing. The engine and postal car were Me. Wednesday morning, when United

I fered Monday by Mr Aldrich fixing a the desire to market products quickly wrecked and Engineer David Ziler States Marshal Banders, of Portland,
was
R. P. Jones, a prominent builder and time for the consideration of and voting as prices rise, causes a greater demand for killed. The fireman was injured.A placed under arrest seven aldermen of

railroad contractor of Knoxvllle, Tenn., rn the tariff bill, was currency from the country than usual. that city, and took them to Portland,
presented,
made an assignment on Saturday. His the presiding officer thai Reports from the various cities, with dispatch of Monday, to the London with several persona detained as witnesses
liabilities are placed at $100,000 and stating few Kftci, from Odessa, says that in spite of
assets -
very exceptions indicate
unanimous consent was asked for having a large l on warrants from the United
the
at $80,000. These figures may be it entered as an order of the senat e. trade than ever before is in progress with protest, an anti-Jewish edict will be States district court, The aldermen are
reduced or increased somewhat, as his satisfactory collections promulgated in October, with a supplejustifying
and charged with
Tho memorandum was agreed to by unan a bright out neglecting to strike from'the
ment
affairs
are in much confusion. Mr. Jones such
imous look. Crop reports are less repressing severity Biddeford lists
consent. The conference discouraging voting the names of
hat amount of reportothe n on the that it is
a large valuable real ground intended
estate to
the
satisfy
though yield must fall
sundry civil below parties not legally entitled to andfor
and his creditors will lose but little if appropriation bill was e41'ly; foreign opinion.A vote,
anything. presented and read. After a long debate anticipations as to grain. In general the conspiracy: in arranging a place on the
the conference report was agreed to. The condition of legtimate business is encouraging Buenos Ayres dispatch says: There list for iiie names of persons not legal

A Knoxville, Tenn., dispatch, says: tariff bill was then taken up. Many unless monetary pressure and labor w.as a panic Saturday, in Cedul market, voters.
John P. Smith, eleven-year-old son of F. amendments were presented, but were controversies interfere. The threat of a owing to reports that the Provincial Mortgage

M. Smith, and a boy named Hutchins, unsuccessful. Pending discussion, the great strike on all the Vanderbilt road bank would be compelled to suspend TEXAS ALLIANCEMEN

died Tuesday from a done of morphine, senate adjourned. has helped to depress stocks and to disturb the payment of coupons, accompanied -

and three other'children..o* Mr. Edith's In the house, on Wednesday, Mr. Me- shipments. Business failure of the by rumors of changes in the ministry. BOLD A CONYEimOS AND ADOPT BOMB: :

who had taken another dose, were made Clammy, .of, ;North 'Carolina made the week number for the United States 1,. The gold premium is 157. VEST IMPORTANT BESOUJTIOSa.
sick b, the same drug which was admin 172, Canada 20. Total X
192
against 107 dispatch! from Limerick -
of
point no quorum Mr.pf Ireland
'present. ,
istered for a cold in mistake for quinine.' last "evk. The Texas State
sins moved that all further pro'ceesiiagsunder says": Thirty thousand persons took part alliance convention
The mistake was made by a druggist in --- held in Dalas adjourned
the
call be suspended with. The Sunday demonstration held here to Saturday even.
"- .flt Ut.e rrescri!i ti, n. ponents of the lard bill, led by Mr.Mason op-, A FREE-FIGHT protest against Bishop O'Dwyer's attack fog, all its duties having been finished.

Knoxville Sml Southern railroad, ordered the yeas and nays in order to tXDULOED IX upon John Dillon. Mr Dillon, Mr. I Resolutions were passed asking congressmen -
BY SOLDIXBfl
from Enoxville, Tenn., to Atlanta Ga., consume time. The motion was agreed Crazes Axe O'Brien and ten other Parnellite members to make laws preserving the public

220 miles, has been completed. A committee -yeas 148, nays 21. The read. POLICE.Infonrution of parliament made speeches. domain for American colonization onlj;
-
of citizens have passed over theroad ing of the that laws both state and national be
journal consumed pre. from Sabinas A Viena, Austria, dispatch of Wednes ,
and Inspected it. Three years ago cisely one hour, and then Mr. Dingley of says tb.it an affray occurred there, Mexico, day says: A terrific storm has visited passed to regulate transportation for the
Knoxvllle i voted $375,000 to the company Maine moved ita Mon. meats benefit of the people and of unlimited
issued approval, and on that day morning. The military causing a great loss of life and
to be escort
for stock to that motion demanded ac coinage of gold and
the silver
: to be
previous question the Many wrecks supplemented
property.
complying are
of
amount. A committee who have pay car the Mexican reported OA
pasted which wu ordered-the the by a sufficient of
clerk noting a International Adriatic sea, and the crews of volume
railway all
the ,
road several
over will got on
favor of issuing, the bonds.It report.unaimoualy quorum. Mr!:, Turner, of New York, drunken spree at gabina leaving tHe pay a vessels have perished. At Wittingau without treasury notes the to supply the country

is rumored again set out on bluish of consuming car unguarded. The soldiers became three persons were, killed by lightning! banks intervention of national
that the also
Louisville and ; asking the
time, taking a* hia text the Cannon resolution noisy and their arrest was state legislature
Nashville railroad will probably be the oft the attempted by Admiral Brown, of the to especially amend the land law to
ednecday, He yielded to Mr. police, when a fight ensued and flagship so as
of the Sooth a
purchasers Carolina railroad. McAdoo of New Jersey, who heaped denunciation citizen named Danancio Darrila Charleston, which arrived Monday at open up the western parts of the state
It stated that
was was
director
a in for
the Louisville Seattle Wash. adU settles
from
and Nashville it and ridicule upon Mr. Can- killed by one of the soldiers. The soldiers Honolulu, expressed
the
authority for the jion'a and historical were all belief, in an interview, that the
statement that when the road Is statesmanship knowledge finally arrested and jailed. : steamer from the next
put up and Hawaiian
for sale the hi.lo..e for the fanner. Then Islands would THEY
Louisville and Nashville THE SCOURGE NEED AID.
wiU IN
TEXA8. bring news of
have. bidder there. ensued the atormiest scene of the tension. a revolution and probably -
That
of the
would complete one of the most purchase perfect t Mr. Cannon rose to reply. [Here Mr. A DOrr CASE OF SMALL FOX PI8COTEKED declaration of a new republic. A SPECIAL nrSPXCTOB REPORTS OJ{ THC05D1TIOS

railway combinations In the Ua'ted Cannon used language unfit for publica HI SA3 .A.3T03U-A BIO The cloakmakers' strike in Philadel- Or OEXAHOUA CFFEKXE
State tion}. There wa instantly great confusion SCARE. phia, after continuing nearly eighteen -..-

and disorder in the halt Mr. Mc There was great excitement weeks, was declared off Monday night A special land inspector of the Interior
and ,
ltUIOSULLRauIDid. Adoo ahouted out that he wanted thewords prise created at San Antonio .ur. and the strikers resumed work department, who ha been investigating

to go upon record u a specimen of when the fact became Saturday In all about 450 men were involvti the reported destitution in Oklahoma
notice how II, public that there ,
you Cannon1 Leas than
man1l1e. vulgarity. Mr. Caruth, of were no less than one hundred are telegraph* Noble
Clothes Robinson hast a dozen case of small now In the Secretary that: "After
Kentucky suggested the propriety of pox In the city, tome having gtwe to many Jwuaeto-ho\lle'
Dul__Ye. That's the only way h s clearing the galleries city. The outbreak was very majority to New Chicago and a fiof[ inspection
ladies sudden York. I find
fully one-third
and
not of the need
tan stare off his tailor.-[Clothier and while Mr, Enl, until Saturday wa the people
aid
Fumlther. for repo & was clamoring matter reported to the health authorkita. A Washington dispatch of Monday ; two-thirds of the farmers need seed
aoa oa the
DurieJ question of order. Steps wen at once taken to prevent the says: As a mult of the investigation wheat; many are now ia want of food;
V> tI&ll .llDQ'W3 which espy spreading of the local steamboat no work
disease..r inspectors of the Sea t nothing to sell; prospects

Win*,djsastr.on! IVkertptg5 tLe, }j eluss gloomy not ; extreme"south of 'the territory
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vessels and shippers of frtlght throughout .'I HOW ICEBERGS ARE MADE pressure behind they are broken off and HOUSEHOLD ATTA1ES. =

,) tfiimA) STATE NEWS the country t wt adrift as bergs. The rate of more

: :I'ORT TAMM, FUL, Aug. 10, 1890. went of thl glaciers is variously esti rv .Ltty BRKAD a DELICIOUS. ,. ***

I'T1 I certify that I came up the' Bay of THE GIANT OZTSPXtnroOr: BT7EU30V mated. The central part of a glacier Pulled bread is not served a* often as .' T, .
;; w h' -':'.BUBMABY 07 WHAT Id Tampa without a pilot with the bark J. SOLID \VATER. more more rapidly than the sides. The It should be. Get a twist loaf and rend '

>11f3 on ABOUND us. H. Bowers, drawing seventeen and one- progress of the Greenland glaciers is in It apart in irregular pieces to the size of V
4 fJ't half feet loaded with steel rails for the Glacier of Greenland and Alaska many eases at the rate of forty-seven feet the plaits. Sprinkle with salt, pepper Y

t '. "..it1tiof: \ South Florida railroad. The vessel came and Their Annual Output of MillIons a day in the centre, while at the rfdes It and powdered sugar. Put into an oven, .

4 Fernandina find this a rat up without any trouble, and I had plentyof or Tone of Ice Into the Sea. varies from ten to fifteen. Observation which should not be too hot, and bake .
al month. Several have been water from the bar to the wharf. Thereis made typical Greenland 1\1
on a glacie until the bread Is died out to a faint ?
,' Standing the deck of an ocean '
.inecity.v every convencience for handling car upon show that its breadth was 18,400 feet, brown tint. Pulled bread can't be beat ,JJ3
}) r iIave been granted to Samuel goes,both in and outat Port Tampa,there steamer in, passengers loneliness.lee an iceberg Lookedat sweep depth 940 feet, and advance per day with butter and cheese; indeed, the 'r'i?!

,i nKi8simmecand Handy Tiner being extensive wharves and so arranged ing by splendid feet the ,,{
, forty-seven during summer season pleasant crunching of it goes every time. :.
from it t
afar seems huge curiously
) Bviue invalids. that the cars are placed alongsideand
as
origiaal This would about
give 200,000 Jffie Torts Chatter.rnsssnvaa *
':; ( the cargo discharged direct from the shaped ship with great white hull and .",
T from Orange Park is to the ef- 000 eubio feet a :year M the product 01 ", ft
vessel to the cars at a comparatively great white sails all set and blown full '
; oranges are growing fast, and an sized ice fjord which allow-
: small cost. :My cargo of '738J tons of with the breeze. But the strongest glass average : TORS FROM MOTHS. .-, .
-I ncta are for from five each
a larger to in
crop ing pounds a day
)'' Wart i ever before. 70-pound steel rails was discharged in detects no flag floating from its frozen the United States would last person over 100 The best method to preserve furs from !v .

"rgia'Bouthern i and Florida twelve days at a cost to the ship of twenty- peaks and sees no crew moving upon its This glacier it will be moths Is, as is well known, frequent i.;
exnfbr years. particular ,
five cents per ton. The business at this glistening decks. .It is an enormous, beating and combing In tho open ah and _
air-line from Macon to Savoni is much than the
scon, very larger great
.. place is constantly on the increase, and clumsy craft which no passing Captain keeping them in a dry and cool room. ')
i been commenced, starting, from southern terminus of Muir Glacier of Alaska whose annual ,
Port Tampa, the hails it is of the rovers in nature'lpirate ""
; one The Russian fur dealers make general use :
F Just outside of Macon. ,
is
cubic feet "
the Plant with its deep water output some 5,100,000 a
system navy which every skipper avoids. of a preservative known as the Chinese rF
reported for a fact that a bedrock and land-locked harbor and fine railway :
large
An hour and the steamer passengers have year.Each moth tincture. Its preparation Is as follows ,
I phosphate has been disco facilities and fishing industries, will undoubtedly glacier In Greenland, so far as "
the ice vanish in the distance
seen ship handful and the
A of
land about four ; estimate has : camphor I 'j
i1 miles west 01' become the most important any been made, gives birth
It is moved in a current of the ocean,am broken shells of small ,
Spanish or
,
popper 1
;, Colored homesteaders own Florida port On the gulf coast. Thereare each year to from ten to 100 Icebergs. '. '
before it will to watersin ,
warmer
long
pass coloqutnts are into strong .
pounded put
no pilotage or charges of any When these bergs have plunged into tho
port the south, and there the frozen craft Tho whole is left for ;- ') ,
spirits. standing a .
Jit general complaint in the vi- kind. I recommend this port to mv Arctic Sea they are picked up by the
will end its journey and melt out of com in the heat of ;(,
and economical few dllJ'lln an oven, or i\
x [elf Argyle of injury to the cotton brother shipmasters as a safe Arctic current and begin their journey '
i the recent rains; it is affected port F. A. MAO VIED, Master. mission. to tho North Atlantic. But there an tho sun, until tho camphor ha dissolved, ;.j
Post, that causes a falling off of Icebergs are born every day In every thousands of them afloat; they crowd after which the liquor should be trained. ,",J,
month but most' of them remain in or, is all with this .
ad The fur sprinkled over '
:young bolls. Other crop and rub against each other, and fre- .
near their native;waters for long tim then tied well and in J s
F I Ii i are very good. PROMINENT PEOPLE. quently they break into smaller masses. liquor, up put new
before and wander to the It is said -, '
they linen. Fur
escape shirting or strong "
ndard Oil is in the Arctic basin .
Many aground
company mining Tn of Holland lanes of travel between here and go without .'
King b in a feeble con- great can be kept in this way for years
in Hernando a
ite comity This dition. others get to the shores of Labrador, i
Europe. The bergs; which will be seen moths...see York Journal. '
any c
owns a large quantity of phos- where from one end to tho other they
Ox.TERAL BlKJAMTN BUTLXB '
: F. Weight
this from two to ten
summer are $i
nd in Hernando and i years :
county, SIS pounds. continually ground and float. Some disappear "
engaged either in mining or pre- A wins satlsfaotory mask of John Boyle old; that is, they for have had an existence the ice there, while others got safely past! GOOD WAn TO CBK COLD BISCUITS. .y;:. ,

> work all their mining lands. O'BotUr's face was taken after his death. from individually which they:years are,formed though is much and reach the Grand Banks.-MM York 1. Cut into slice about a half-inch ,
range in and around Pan- Ex-OovxiuroB HOIXTDAT, of Virginiahas Sun. 1
groves thick in the and toast brown ,) "tt
It, through the copious rains of the just returned from his third trip around the older, some of it possibly having been .. put oven '
f,weeks, have assumed a richer world. frozen first a thousand years ago. Bergsare Australia's Drawbacks. on both sides, paths a dish and pour over : ;t,,

ad put on a vigorous prowth. Awers ABRAHAM GOULD, Jay Goukl's brother. Is born of glaciers. Four out of every enough boiled sweet milk to nearly + "
have commenced tho purchasing agent of tbe Miawosl Paciflo five floating masses in the Atlantic oome "What inducement does Australia cover them, let stand a few moments, ,

their strawberry ground prtpara-out the Railroad.HIXBT. from Greenland; the fifth may be front offer to a :young American in search of a then take out of the milk and serve with
; : 0 :onoq: the single tax agitator, Sea Frobisher'a Sound Fortune!" was asked of J. Mulford, ol uiuco. They make a really nice j
t bids fair to be less than last:year. li the recipient of marked Attention from Spitzbergen or ,
Crum, editor of tho Florida London admirers. Hudson Strait.A Rockford, 111., who is registered at the dessert. 2. Break the biscuits into

Advocate, published at Tampa; SENATOR: Kx.-nrA, of West Virginia, has glacier is a river of solid water con Sherman Houston his return from the crumbs, put in a saucepan, pour over
i commissioned by the lion. 11.nphrey taken to boatbuilding as a means of recreation fined in the depressions running down continent in the Southern Pacific. them enough warm water to soften them, '
of Houston Texas as and mental rest. the mountain sides. Soft and powderysnow "None,"he answered promptly. "Don'l lot tho saucepan on the fire until the
,
turcr and organizer of the Colrmcrs' tallest Tn Princess Crown Princess the of Denmark is the falls upon the summits, and though hesitate to advise all :young and old crumbs are thoroughly soaked, sweeten
world. Her height is is tho Americans who> desire to make living to to taste, flavor with nutmeg or essence -
Alliance and Cooperativer announced to be six feet, three Inches. some evaporated, :yearly fall is :your
Florida, with full power to in- Draraa' has recent trip to Georgia, Justice greater than the :yearly loss, and so the bo t satisfied in the finest country God ever of any kind preferred, add a little ,r
[subordinate and county alliances, L. Q. C. Lamar visited his finthome and excess is pushed down the slope into valleys made. If a living can't bo made here it salt, a small piece of !butter: and an egg

uct their officers and work for the slept In the room in which be was born. which possiby at the time are covered can't be made anywhere. Of course if a beaten light; when the egg Is dono, take

meat of the order in any or all THB Emperor of China has sent the German with green and have afforded pasture man hat a situation ready for him thereit up, put in dessert plates and serve with

the state. Emperor large box of pl plnythlnn lands for cattle. The mow gathers in might be all right tor him to go there sauce. A good way to use stale light

Charlie: Crillie, of Wayncsboro Pa., sons.little dragons and things-for his five little the high valleys and and every day under- Out I doubt if oven then he would suc bread is to slice it, beat four eggs, a little

a i to buy.thirty acres of land near QiTxiff VICTORIA Is teventv-one years old, goes some degree of the change which 'ceed. Very few Americans remain there salt and two tablespoonfuls of sugar to- '

nville, which he will plant with and has reigned fifty-three yean, a lengthof finally transforms it into ice. Hundreds who can get away. You lee that the gether, dip the bread la this and fry la .

> mulberry trees the coming fall, the period exceeded by only two of herpnideccnors. of :years ago the people who dwelt at the justness men from Australia are Englishmen hot fat. A good way to use cold rice

r i of which will be used for silk culWWith foot of the Alps,In the Enldin8'Il1ey, who were brought up in Englishways Is to mix just enough warm water with

the early spring of Florida a novelist Ozone: had MrRiDira: : successful English went up the green hillside and built new which are altogether too slow for it to separate every grain, add pepper
f of cocoons can be raised here and toUn for years on oatmeal as business methodsof and nIt to taste break in a few
his writings did not bring him enough to houses.> Far above their homes rose the men accustomed to the eggs
purist can then go north before the buy better food.NIcn0LAS mountain tops, coverdd with eternal America. Moreover, business is at a and fry in a little hot fat. Tomatoes an ;

t appear there and raise a second Lcimto: who died suddenly in snow. Little by little a glacier was I standstill there. It has been growing very nice It boiling water Is poured over ,;

i of the annuals, the most profitable San Francisco, Cal., the other night, after forming upon the lofty slope above the worse for tho past four years on account them, the skin: removed, the tomatoes <

ty of all silkworms.nasoffkee left returning a fortune from of the 115,000,000.theatre, is said to have site of these new )oousel. The surface of 'of the big droughts. Water is scarce, sliced and placed in a saucepan, with I -

is soon to become an front BKVATOR DAWIS Is seventy-four yean' the soft scow river forced down from tho hero being only a few rivers, end along little water and enough molasses or sugar

shipping point for phosphate rock old. He has seen thirty-three years of continuous summit was melted day after day, and heir banks thero have been this :year added to make them sweet, letting them "
i several localities, and for prepared service in Congress since he was the water trickling into the mass beneath loods! which proved equally disastrous to cook until the syrup gets quite thick.Cultivator. .-

lizera. Twelve barges, having a ca- elected a !Representative 1857. froze by night. Thus the fine feathery the droughts. And if these two combinations l1oIio" .
Sty of two carloads each are in A DAUOHTIR: of J. Wilkes Booth the
proof atrassin crystals became changed into anonaelikeIce were not enough, the labor element
-
i construction for the Shell Mound of Lincoln, is a member of it noted -
ephate works. This is tkwton comic opera company. She was and as time went on and the quantity Is getting restless again. Australia RECIPE '

in machinery for grinding company the pposte put-- light years old when her father was slot.CAPTAIN above increased, ,the pressure grew hall the strongest labor organization in Plymouth Pudding One each of
and preparing a new brand "of fer- EBRNEZIB: lloiaAir, of Oroton greater, and the sponge Ice became the: world, and when a demand is made cup
Conn., who died the other week. chopped suet, molasses and sweet milk,
harder and then 'compact and solid. And by the organization something has got to '
it with and hu-
er by mixing gypsum drat raised the American flair in Alaska one teaspoonful each of laleratus, salt
s, of which they have an inexhaustible after that country became United States all this while more snow was falling upon give way. Eight hours with half boll- and different spices of seeded
ope cup
ply at hand.Phosphatea property. the summits and was driven down the day on Saturday in vogue throughoutthe
raisins and three of flour steam
continue to attract atten- Ma,. C. K. DAVIS wife of the Minnesota 'mountain side, piled on the surface of colonies, but that is not enough, and three hours., To be cups eaten with ;
tion. The Ocala and Blue River Senator and one of the most beautiful the growing glacier and forced down Into the question of even hours with a sauce.
compa- women Washington, used to have the the beneath wholo Macaroni With Chees]-Prepare macaroni
., bought a thousand acres recently, six- reputation of being an expert honewcman mass as new ice. Scientists holiday on Saturday being ngl-
cen miles from Ocala, for which they and plltollhot.. estimate that with the thickening of the tated. Many of the branches have declared with cream sauce, and pour into s

pl'id $40 per acre. This land could haveen Tae distinction of being the first soldier rigid stream it extended down the hillside for it, and it will only be a short buttered scalloped dish. Have half a

bought last spring for $5 an acre, who enlisted for three years In the late ClviJ seven inches each year. This time when the entire organization ,will cup of grated cheese and half a cup ol

1 parties who held the option and made War is claimed by Stephen Decatur Phelps was going truly at a,snail's pace, declare for seven hours and all of Sat' I bread or cracker crumbs mixed; sprinkle<<
i sale pay (15 an acre for it. The stock Rear i>f Cambridge Admiral,Phelps Vast. He is a nephew of but at last the slowly creeping river of urday. The purpose of doing so will over the macaroni, and place Ic the oven '

;this company is worth $125 per share; Oire of the earliest women office-holders In ice, crested' with melted snow, approached bo tho hope of supplying work for the to brown. It will take about twenty

value $100; while the DunneIon! corny he West was Miss Jenkins, who was County so near the home built upon thousands of now Idle men by lessening minutes.

stock is said to find eager investors Recorder at Abilene, Kan, two full term. the slope that the people had to move. the productive power of those al present Tomato Catsup-To one gallon ol '

$234 per share; par value $100. None previous Woman's to the passage of the KanBM Their houses, of course, they had to leave i employed. No-tell young Americans tomatoes, after being boiled and strained
Suffrage law.
_
[found for sale; the trouble is that those BOULAJTOIR: that once brilliant Frenchpyrotechulo behind them, and in time the solid river in search of fortune. to stay where they through a colander, add three tablespoon- .

so have it are so well! pleased with their artist, bat turned :journalist. came upon the buildings and broke them 'I are, or if they are bent on leaving this fuU salt, one tablespoonful each of cloves,

easion that it is as scarce as hen'si mspaper II called the VaiN 01 the Peopl&Itec up and smothered the Irs mei\u. This country to go anywhere but to Australia.I cinnamon, allspice and black pepper, on<

i harvest time.The .only thepeople'l18obmentand tbat was the Morteratsch Glacier, and many have just traveled all over that continent mall teaspoonful cayenne popper, oni
is himself.
i following from the Boston Globe1 people Boulanger tourists in Switzerland have looked studying the situation carefully, plot good vinegar. Boll to the propel

punt of the great G. A. R. parade in been Tan called younger the prettiest Duchess of woman Leinnter in,England who has. upon it. In 1868 there were great floods and know whereof I spcak.ClikagoPNt. consistency and bottle while hot.
..ton, will be of interest to Florida in the and bits of the .
la tall and slender .tately and calm, with valley many old yonnaie Potatoes-Cut up a small
den: 'Sherman's Bummers' was perfectly chiseled faatures. She U ao washed from II"
dwellings were out under
onion, and fry it In butter until a light
anted on the Florida delegation's transirency aristocrat from crown to toe. the ice. When Big Trousers Were the Itae.
color. Add three boiled
( and half a dozen small stuffed Fun A. HOSMEB, of Great tan potatoes'sliced
: Barrinzbra.Mara. .
Now just as this Alpine The old Saxon settlers of delighted
"igatora, with musical instruments, ., has accepeed presidency of Uabee glacier grew England small Shake the pan occasionallyto
and flowed down the mountains the in vivid colors and the Scandinavian
de an attractive display above the College the principal educational Institution at prevent burning, and when a good
They also carried a bands of Honolulu. He is a graduate of Am- rate of seven Inches a :year, so have invaders, who came soberly suited brown color turn them out on a hot
snsparency. bent College, and is tIllrtl-dY81ean old. glaciers In colder Green In black learned them In ,
greater to
i bilk banner, with the name of theIrt grown surpass dish, as you would an omelet. Strow
Man. ELIZABETH: PXABODT: who first land and come down the mountains of of The in !
worked in silk. Maj.W. J. llarkis- brought to this country from Q.rmany the gaiety apparel. .Normans, over them a little salt and chopped paraLay *
Imer, who distinguished himself in the kindergarten methodolteaching children, II that country to the sea. And these heir turn, were remarkable for the variety | and servo.

'ghtj-eighth Pennsylvania regiment still living in Boston fibs ta eightysevenyearsold glacier streams of Greenland are the and splendor of their costumes. la Chicken Pot Pie-Cut a tendet

,s with the boys, and was apparently as but retains mach of her interest 14 parents of the North AtllUltlcJce'Jergi. the reign of Henry HI., foppery reached chicken and stow until done.up Season:

pun? and lively as a lad of 18. The O. educational m.tteJ'LWater So, too, in Alaska there are tremendous its height, and men half ruined themselves with silt and a small piece olbuttersad
carried glacier and of the incidents of be clothed la the pepper
Mitchell post off the honors one an to magnificent thicken the with flour.
sad made a splendid showing. They had Beneficial to Hardwood Logs. ordinary Alaskan journey is the cruisingof and costly stuff called cloth of the midrkios. JLiko light biscuit dough gravy, roll thin cutis

handsome banner, with the state's coat your vessel along the coast, where the In the reign of James I., men ,
little and in the bus .
I notice drop
!arms painted on the reverse side." one thing"saysan observant glaciers break off and fall into the water. wore breeches of enormous breadth,and atan squares
manufacturer, "and that is that hardwood tom. Let boil fifteen minutia, take up
8*<'.. logs, especially oak, that have teen the chicken, lay on a dub, and pour tho
I The Dew executive committee of the I placed in the water immediately after finest of the glaciers of Switzerland, and extravagantly indulged.. 'Over the seats and dumpling over. '
r ratic party for the second congrcsonal cutting and allowed to soak in size they are so great that the largest In the Parliament House," says one authority gravy
Is made for the first thoroughly Lemon Honey-Beat the yolks of six
district public make brighter lumber, with less tendency Alpine glacier would make only a fair. "there were certain holes, some
e through the following official an.uncement to sap stain, than that from logs that art sized nose, if it could be taken bodily two inches square, in the walls, in which eggs till light, add gradually,,beating all
received from Gen. Bullock left on the ground for several months. I and placed upon the face of one of the posts to uphold a scaffold the while, one pound of powdered sugar

yew days ago: "The authority having find, also, that in green logs, if sawed Alaskan giants. At Glacier Bay Icebergs roundabout the house within, for themto Beat a quarter of a pound of butter to a

n i vested in me by the late convention immediately after cutting, and the lumber are being bona all the while. Muir sit upon who used the wearing of cream, add to it the yolks and sugar

,, the Democratic party of the second is thoroughly steamed preparatory to Glacier, the largest that dips into the great breeches stuffed with hair like woolsacks beat well, and then stir In carefully the

Dgressional district of Florida to select placing it in the dry kiln, the same results bay, presents a front of 5000 feet It Is which fashion being left the eighth well beaten whites of four eg!;'. Poui

I appoint an executive committee I will be obtained, greatly enhancing 700 feet thick, five-sevenths of it being year of Elizabeth, the scaffolds were this into a double boiler, and stir con.

eby* have the honor to appoint the fol. the value of the lumber for fine finishing under water. It extends back for miles taken down, and never since put up," tiaually over fire until the mixture i*
Dg gentlemen to constitute that com- purposes.- {Scientific American. and miles. Each the about the consistency of very thick
Marion : day central part But, a* we have seen, the fashion returned -
tee: Geo.WWilson of county take from the tire and add the
cream; ,
moves seventy feet into the sea, the discharge and ever since men have alternated
ben F Rogers, of "Buwannee; Robert HURLED TO DEATH hours and grated rind of one and the juice of two
every twenty-four being between loose tight trousers.
of Putnam Porcher L'Engle
Davis, ; lemons mix and into
; turn a stonewareor
cubic
feet of
140,000,000 clear ice. As New &loans
licayuae.
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Duval; C. F. Cone, of Hamilton; M. A flBATTTT CAB BCXt AWAY AHD OAIHX china bowl to ccoL
Bryan, of OsceoU; E. M. Hammond, DOWK AX EUBAUXMXXT. this great quantity cracks Into pieces
tF-- Orange; G. 8. Ilardee, of Brevard, from the glacier the bergs of the North A Thrifty Bride. Braised LI ferf uh and lard a

1J. L.: Gaskins, of Bradford. would A dispatch from Reading, Pa., MTII Pacific begin their life. The separation A peculiar marriage was quietly iolmnlzod eair. liver, chop one turnip, one carrot,
gest that the committee select one A runaway car on Mount Penn Gravity from the larger mass and the plunge into at St. Patrick's Church, New one stalk of celery, and one onion, and

her from each county not represented railroad, which ascends a mountain neat the sea cause terrific noises. haven[ Conn., the other day. The contracting them In the bottom of a deep bak-

f the above list to act as an auxiliary here, dashed down a five-mile declivityat It I* known that the'only part of the parties were Mrs.Grace Gadger, tag pan, place the liver on top, sprinkle

npaign committee. Mr. George W.ton 11 o'clock Friday morning, at a frightful land which 1* not covered completely by a widow aged fcrty :years, and Thomas 'over tie whole salt and pepper, and pouron

of Marion, Is hereby authorized speed. When the car reached the station Ice is a narrow belt around the shore. Corcoran,who will not be eligible to vote a pint of boiling water, cover th

i'call the committee together for organ. at tbe foot of the bill, it Jumped the Crossing this belt at hundred of placesare for several mouths. The bride did aUthe pan, and place in a moderate oven for

tIon. ROBERT BrmocK, track and rolled down a fifty-foot embankment the glaciers. Some are only a few court!ng, and says that she simply two. hours when clone remove the liver,

i of the Democratic party of thewad where it landed upside down hundred feet wide and fifty feet thick, married la order to bare some one she put a tablespoonful of butter la a frying 1

r Congressional District of Floe with the pascenger imprisoned inside, while other are several mile wide and eould trust to help her la the small notion pan and place over the fire to beat; add

except several who bad jumped o measure 1500 feet from surface to bot store that she has kept for several the liquor strained from the vegetable

Pert T....'. D.e. Wawr.he Pour were taken out dead. A number tom. All of these ice stream are making ears. She says It was cheaper to get and a little flout; stir until it begin to r#

following shipmaster's certificate of person were more or leas 1ertoa.al1P'jured. their way to the sea, and y their married than to pay a clerk.-H uMngleStar. poll; pour over the liver and sure at

111111. fie read with interest by owners of &ad* are forced out Into the wat by the ace. _
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) The Cocoa Fire. himself indirectly 'in opposition to copied by the Times-Vnlon, Stan]ard, : Itnnge COAST ADVOCATE.
THE EAST 4- I the E. C. T. Co. Tribune, all of Jacksonville and due .
For the week ending:; Sept 4th, 1800,.. ,
I If the referred to as being credit given. The same article was cop-
organ i as recorded rat the U\* S.. :Signal office. ., ? I I'l'ituRvllle..Jo1olid
A 1'EFkL.tnrTl": .'L tievhTEn nitER TO TITE ASt II rutvrfcoMSMBXTorTmstjnus THE good people of Cocoa have the backed by the il:, C. .1'. Co., ,and fed by Pratt Bros., and inserted In tho I .t:. : K"-
Call is this ready printfl1lcl: they furnish td not Al'ti t'aT. .''
s supporting Senate fif"
tK B WMtTH tr.'I'*''. n'nccre sympathy of Titueville and ; pa-
.. .. then have thatthe less than thirty country newspapersthroughout !!lOO. Max. Min. 1880. Jtnx. Mimi I ;:'
: to .
per, :
--- otter towns on Indian River in the .we say ,
28th 83: 71 i TOW ,. 75 '" ;;,t'
Office: Washington Venue, Titus\ille, lisaster which has visited their o nly article yet published in regard the State. fl.) 70 d" 04 ;.., 7.

Indian laver, Florida.F.VKRT .' thriving town. They have already I to Senator Call appeared in our This wide circulation of the 30 85 77 .' 87 8.;:. ;' f;

,- began the work of repair and most first issue. That article gave our peculiar advantages which our 81 85 78 88 '. 70 ,"' -

reasons for supporting "Wilk Call" section possesses for the profitable culture SKiTEMmcrt. 'e : 'f' .-
Pcnt.taneu rritnAv. of the merchants who had their J 6 74 RO"t74. : :' ;"
and Is criticism. We be- of Oils delicious fruit must result
to
stores and contents consumed, have .open 2 84 70( M 70yh','
Entered at the Tltn.vll1e l'o.tomce M !Second- ilrcady resumed business.' May l those reasons will be satisfacieve in causing hundreds of persona to lie- 3 coJ.J"' 83 ,2. t, '. .

(1.VM Mall ){atter. the fire prove blessing in disguise, tory to any fair minded man. We come interested in the subject, many 4 SS 74 8.') 72 .g' "r '.

THUMB IiivnrlnMy- In .Advance and may the spirit of enterprise have no axe, that we are aware of, of whom will come and inspect! our lands o 00 00 00 00.. ,;:

which it has: that our much reviled\ Senator and plantations, and eventually settle : '
anti called
Jtjr Check, 1'ofttil tailor.! or One and Two Cent energy, INDIAN RIVER STEMiIEOAT CO. v ;
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One Tear,..,.............:....'1.11II become, [in the near future, favors to ask of'him and expect to The dissemination of Items In regardto EpAimritK fe AnnivAi.- OF RTEAMEIW.' ,.,.,";:$

tOe: Month,........ more prosperous than ever. receive non('. We simply !!say as the culture is made cheerfully by the Steamers leave Titusvil'.o daily, except 'J>. ?

'Three :lfonth".1\0 .. we did In our first Issue, that "if entire press of Florida, for this is tho on- Sunday at I):30 a. m arriving Melbourne ',
60 '
plnjtle Pent to Copy any AdilreM In: IT. S.or Canada, Irei>aldKilltor Senator Call were to )be retired[ with ly portion of the State that can boast Rt 1 p. m. Returning leave Melbourne at .

The Coming County Treas the honor that }Is due him, well and of having reached beyond the experimental p.1 p.m.nu, arriving at Titusville\ about 0:30. :.'r .

urer. good, but to see him slaughtered stage, nnd in this particular line we I .
WALTFR R. GBUUM. Leave Melbourne Mondays,Wednesday. !
by the friends he loved, and at the do not enter Into competition with sister and Fridays at 1 p.11.. arriving at Jupiter '
Afffoclate-Killtor A Manager.....C. If. W ALTO:'. .
Behest of those monopolies he so sections. at R 1\. m. next mornlhfr. Returning
wins the
Whoever nomination valiantly opposed is not even hu- While the Indian River country Is beyond leave Jupiter Tuesdays Thursdays and \

We .If). nnt hold\ nufolvon mtponKlbla for thopinions e for County Treasurer is of man." If the expression of such a doubt possessed of many advantages Saturdays at 1 l noon, arriving at Mel-,.:,..-.
of our clrI''f\I'.nflent"\ but we claim very bourne at 7 a. m. next morning. .
the right to reject any rommiiniuatlon.ronnnnnlratliinii little moment to the people. In sentiment is sufficient. ground on that other portions of the State do The St. Lucie loaves Titustllld about ,, .

foriinlillcatlun mint lie writ any event they are sure of gettinga which to charge us with. being sub- not claim in the matter of orange growing 0:30 Monday mornings: calling at Rocka

phonl'l ten'lftlnl1. In every on ono rase side, he of accompanied the paler| only liy and the good one. As between Sam Ray idlzed In some' way by one whom I i yet less favored sections are not Inclined ledge and Melbourne on the direct run.

writer' name and artilre"*, not necessarily for and John Dixon, the ADVOCATE is i our sense of justice causes us to I to publish. this fact to the world; to Jupiter;on her return trip, Saturdays, ,','

publication, but as a-guarantee of good faith. compelled to get tip on the fence,I defend, we are ready to submit. and if,',hey are Inclined to suppress It, she riving comes hero fight about through 7 a. m.to Sunday.Titusville;. oJ, :

and remain We believe however that the insinuations such conduct is pardonable for self-
jUIYKItTISIM KATK.Sl n mere spectator, as pieservallon W. ft. 'rJ:
WAWO.V! Supt. :l:
I'm 'sr a". the procession goes (by. No one contained in the above Is the first law of nature;, and 'r .

One Inch.......$10.00 can question the integrity of either[ clipping are unworthy a paper of what paper would bo likely to maintain Florida Hotel Itch Hook andi.
.
Two Inch,.,. 13.00 candidate, and the' vocation of the as high standing as the "Floridlan" the support of Itsparonslf it were disposed State! Guide. ,* .17.

Three Inch,. Ht.no! campaign liar Is a nullity in theircase [ and we must believe that Jny.in.. to draw comparisons that, were The most complete, thorough ,and ,' .
Four Inch,.... Zlt.no handsomely gotten up publication everattempted ;,,
Five tnch..r Quarter Col.,. 30.00 for they arc both so well L justice it may do us or misstatement likely to show up their own neighborhood for the:State. ',,;.;"

Half Column,. 55.00 known that any slander which It may contain, is not intentional. in an unfavorable' light. It was This work is now being compiled, and '.

\ Whole Column..................100.00 might be started would not gain The various corporations which once said<< by an observing Individual that Is entirely out of the lino of'publications! "

For Bin' Months, divide the yearly rate t and add 10 |"er rent.. this section often become comment upon an unusually fine day The bulk of matter neverpub
minds of half a dozen men in tiley ; recently
For Three Month, dhlde the early rate b was because no one else could take any shod before. 800 pages, convenient f
four,and add:lII1"r vent.IxHal i-ounfy. The struggle between mixed in the minds of the public. credit for it. He believed that if a fine size, small clear type Morocco binding, ,:.

Advertisements, Ten Cents I'er tin these gentlemen will bo an exam The truth is that Mr. Flagler Is no day was the woik of any man or any set published annually and tho only work ..
Kacb Innertlon. pie of how little feeling or frictionneed doubt interested In the Florida of men, that many weak points would giving a complete list of hotels; lines of :

Faith l heading )Matter not In "Local News be exhibited[ when the Coast Line Canal and Transpor- be discovered and that its perfection travel, postofliecs, Industries counties --
opposing would be disputed. Just so with our and officers, State officers and courts *'' "
columns Five Cent Per Une Each Insertion.dvvrtUiiienU "
[ candidates are of such excellent ration Company. This[ is the pioneer peculiar advantages for growing pineal State military divisions, companies and ",.'
Legal at Legal Rates. character. of all our East Coast cor apples. If we came Into competition officers churches, societies, schools and .
week.All the stove rates are for one edition ear porations. It is more familiarly] tho more northern counties, It is not likely Institutions of every kin, Koady for') ,

known us "the Canal Company." that we would get the immense amount delivery October 1, 1800. Orders received .
llllli collected monthly. Confusion-Colorations, This[ has exhibited of advertising we receive on the subject. now. Price by mail, 63c post paid. > ,' ,
Check etc., may l>e made payable to "4raha'in Com ietition. cqrporntion Bievard. and Dade counties, within a Address, "Hotel Red Book and State ,. .
& Walton.* considerable[ life quite recently, ands few years will we are confident, Guide," box 2(52( St. Augustine, Fla. :.

[ now actively engaged in making more dollars' wort of pineapples than District y-";r

navigable the route from here to they do of oranges to..day, and her canned Registration Appoint- -,

Address all cntiiiimiiluatlonii to The following[ is from the col Daytona. The "Floridian," no products will find a, place on the JJ1___H'I,"

K\fl1' COAST ADVOCATE, < umns of the "Floridian." Verily doubt, thought that E. C. T. Co., country shelves of; and every her pineapple grocery store wines,in the LaGrange: dlst. No.1. Geo. B. Gardner'I':.

TITCBHU.K, }'L'UIII it is true that one must go away and the F. C.L. C. A T. Co., were jellies, vinegars and brandies will'be syrups as Titusvllle, u 2, J. P. Blake <'I -
T.O. Ho*,K2.p. from home to learn the news : one and the same, hence the (con : well known throughout the land as the City Point, '' 3, Geo. N. Hatch. ,it

"It is said that M. fusion.! We are not surprised at Indian Kivcr orange. Rockledge 4.. E. E. Hill ,.d
A. M. r"Indian Henry Flag Eau Gallle U
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II. R.
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Olmstead ,
The ,
ler"", the millionaire[ [ coal oil monopolist the error, for our associate editor ufactuier's following Record clipping from the Man- Melbourne, ,4 .' 6, '. J. Xesbitt ,".:

Illvcr Lodge No. W), Free and owns $38,000 of the Times- avoids the subject as he would a the widest read and, of most Baltimore substantial, one of Malabar.to ., 7, R. C. Creech .: ,: .:'

Accepted Masons hold their meetings r Union publishing[ (company's stock., yellow fever germ, having given up journals published in the United States, Sebastian ""! "to 8, S. Hitching :,,_ ;,
on the FIMDAV on or before Full )Moon The all of able will cause St. Lucie, 0 I. Jan. Bell ).. 1
Times-Union is Senator Call'chief hope ever being to getthe many a struggling farmer in a to '
at 730 p. m., In Masonic Hall, In the In distant State Eden, 10, T. E. Richards -
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to think
tHan laver :Mate Hank building, Tltus- organ. Mr. Flagler is fiRM identity of each firmly fixed in 3 3to thoughts that will\ give him new thought Fort Drum," "11, II. I.. Parker ,'
rest until
vino.Visiting to be u large stockholder in timed his mind. he owns a few acres in Brovard no Dade Narrows, u 12, II. B. Archibald >
\ \ brethren are cordially Inuit East Const Transportation Company The 1';. C. T. company'is com counties: or Georgians, 13, Peter II.Wittfeld '

to attend. S. II. RAY, Secretary. ; the lIst Const Transportation 'tposed mainly of citizens of Urevard "The pineapple crop of Florida par Canaveral Merritt.u, U U" 15 14,, Henry T. II. Sanders Wilson ...(., .'.'

JoHKi'ii MEXDEI.L W. J[. [ Company is said[ to be backing county who have engaged in the ticularly of Brevard county, has been a Haulover '" U 10, Thos. R. Crook .* "'1
,
___ ._._ ,_.u_ _____ .___-_ another organ, and that orga transportation business with the shipments remarkable have success this season. The The registration books will be open at '.'j,<'-"
: is supporting and endorsing Cal p. avowed porpose of giving the people and been much larger than Dixon & Gray's drug store until the .'
THE Gaulden boomlet has heretofore the prices realized have
not second in
Saturday September.
And the of Indian River better service
materialized as question naturally arises, a been uniformly good The net results S. F. GRAY,
rapidly as tosupporters what tie of monopollsticcorporationfi'llowshlo [ than they now possess, they ask will probably range, for good fields, from Supervisor of Registration.
thought it would. is there between no special privileges or favors, they $400 to $OO per acre. One prominent

Mr. Fiogler and Senator Call-:'the demand their rights, and have made grower realized $1,300 from two acres An Ordinance
out of
C. J';. Cliniroc, the nominee of the one a monopoly millionaire, and and are still making an 'honest effort other reports the best about part the of his same patch.results from An- PROVIDIXO FOR THE CI.OHIXO OF Liqvoit

minority cinicun, has been in town the other to obtain them the best SALOONS Dtmiso CEBTAIN HOURS.
the 'ardent and only' and we believe part of his field. These are the it Ordained the Town Council
by
for the past few days, "patching friend ( ?Y of the darling public" sooner or later will succeed. returns from the commission men, after BE.of the town of Titusville,

up his fences.Ve. are informed As to the amount of stock This[ paper is not backed by any paying freight and other charges A That it shall be unlawful for any saloon -
owned large acreage will be added
that every precinct [in the county corporation but shall ad- on account where Intoxicating liquors are sold
by Mr; Flagler in the Time always of this season's favorable returns."
but three In said town to do
were represented in the vocnte competition and business between
Union fight monopoly -
caucus which endorsed ills[ publishing company, we midnight and 430 o'clock a. in. on any
tion. nomina know nothing. It Is possible that and while it may devote To-Day. day of the week eXl.'eptSunday: ; and that

the Floridian may be correct on much of its space: to lay bare the [Telegraph to EAST COAST ADVOCATE. it shall be unlaw ful for any such saloon

tt that point. What his interest in nefarious methods and rebuke the to do any business between twelve
TUB orange crop f lirevard the leading of the arrogance of that corporation JCPITKRFriday, Sept 6th. ((12) o'clock :Saturday night and Monday
county, it [in CBlimatci'' \I ill hI' 25 dally metropolis which exercises The Serjcantson Bros have just received at half-past four ((4 30) a. m.
if he has ; exrlusiverontrol of
any, may have to do with Any person acting as the proprietor
per cent greater this I" than 50,000 pine slips, and are now hard at or
> last.
This[ In the J. the support of Senator Call by that our great water way and of the work planting them. manager of, or having charge of such
only county in the State principle street: at our site saloon shall, upon being convicted of
unable county
in paper, we are to sa'e, The mall schedule from
which the Jupiter to
crop comes up to that and would if violating the provisions of this ordinance
it could Lake Worth
of last can understand, however, that Mr. appropriate changed yesterday, so the be fined not exceeding
in the wagon.of the Another feather Flagler being a gentleman and our climate to its sole and exclusive mail leaves here on the arrival of the for each offence. twenty-five dollars -
steamer
from
cap Indian Hirer probably not being entirely lacking use ; we shall do so In behalfof Melbourne This ordinance shall become operative
(count I
y. in that trait known as gratitude t the people, not for pay, but as Jupiter The census foots enumerator U in town, and upon being signed, by the Mayor, and

IK A. A. Stewart should be de and having [in mind the many our duty, just as we would try to "skeeters." Who up 100 says souls we, are not not including grow after w..lr.. it shall have been published for five

feated at the coining primaries good offices performed l>y our next: eradicate yellow fever or any like ing? Done and ordered in open Council this

lie is too good a democrat not to, Senator in behalf of the concretecity pestilence that might gain a foot The life savins station crew are now 14th day of August A. D. 1810.( .

accept the verdict and his[ present efforts for her h hold among us and blight our prog tramping their beats, and wrecks are WALTER S. GUAUAM,
gracefully, harbor improvements that it rl'88.A now in order. Chairman pro. tern.
would
While his[ nomination ,
[is
by no Mrs. J. A. Miller will leave Approved this 14th day of
be in August.
not [ few
surprising or suspicious if a
means certain[ there are few men days for r.eorgla. Gusoie A. D. 1800.

who voted for him two years ago/ the great oil magnate should support BOOM COMING have the blue... must not 2-5t. BEXJ. R. WILSON, Mayor.
and conferred the honor lie now 1 his[ friend ; indeed it would

holds for the space: of four year, be strange if he did not. FORT PIERCE, Friday, Sept. 5th.

that will be able to go up.and reverse As to Mr, Flagler being an owner yacht Sergeant"Mutual IJersey" and party, of the EDEN
their vote of two in the stock of the Fast Coast line left here for down the
years sago, TO THE INDIAN RIYER AID LAKE Tuesday morning. They expect to
without feeling if Transportation: Co. and that reach
as they had acted the Jupiter about :Sunday. .
rather mean in the matter. We l latter company is supporting an WORTH COUNTRY. Lots of rain and a few mosquitoes. PINEAPPLE

think the people of Urevard can organ which is supporting and en Married August 31st. 1800

be trusted to do the square: thing. dorsing Senator Call we will haveto by Justice Sunda _W, D. Edwards, to,
If it had rested correct that [ Mrs. Annie K. Jaudou, both of
with the Convention impression. While The immense amount of free ", IvertiIng Wavd'\nd.
we fear it might have been it would no doubt give the f:. C. T.' ; which the pr fw of the State has!!- than Fishing at has never been better here PLANTATION.

otherwise. Co. a credit and financial standing given the Indian River alive with present. The river teems to be
which[ country during pompano snapper, mullet
might be ,
valuable the and
JAMES very too pant few month has aroused many other varieties.
:: Sanders a mark.e.llntel''lot'ln
was surprised t said and while, T. 33.
company, the There RiohardS
new
this are two
find the hection. green turtle ,
other Xumeroui
day that the parties
officeof Indian
River
County i line would" consider letter are being received In each mail started fishing at Fort Pierce, each to Eden Indian Rlier Florida.
Attorney must be filled it fortunate if a man of such abun from other set about eight or ten nets.
at the Florida
coming election point, showing that
While dant Traveling U
our resources as Mr. reported
Flagler. by the
were bettleis mail
friend many who car
"Jeeiufc" does are disappointed rier to be
not or bad
anticipate a stockholder in the ( very between here FOR
concern dUsiUIhfied and
any content for the otllce, he bewails we are satisfied yet with their prevent location Fort Drum. miles of
the fact that they have no de:ire are turning their eyes toward the wading I water rnearly waist across
llrevard lower
is so to sail under false colors the deep
and Wines
noth halipatah
well supplied with portion of the coat cooit flaU. Parties &
wUhing
to Spirits
newspapers at: ing to conceal, and have authoriz. take a stroll across to Fort Drum
present, and that it is The large return do would
well
incumbent ed us to say that the gentleman re received from the by purchasing a Seminole Indian ,
upon hinAo announce his Candidacy erred ineapple crop during the last full dress suit at Fort
to has no interest in their season Pierce, before
in "their column at the "usual I company. But on the have given a strong impulse to that for ktarting.alligator Halipatah is the Indian word :Beers
flat .
rates contrary, *
It's an ill branch, of
wind that blows by virtue of a compact made with agriculture, and the brief item ,
nobody any good and the recent the Indian[ River that have been sent to our local I CIGARS
Steamboat papers
ETC.
deadlock company John
has turned out to lie quite whereby the latter has in reference to what profit have been MOA1.1.istcr ,
a agreed OF
of windfall Indian to the struggling! press to run a daily service to Daytona realized from small parcels of land in the COXTIUCTOB FOR THE FINEST QUALITY,

River but a pretty hard I to connect with the White pineapple section have been extensively GO TO
pull the road, h*
on
at'\'t'raIUDltitiatt'a. cwpiedUy the ARTESIAN
has for the present at least placed front our Aukuua State I'I'Oaw Item WELLS Losley & Renakor.
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The whole from the Democratic Primary Election. ProfosHioiuil Cnrtln.TA 4
peninsula,
year
STRICT NEWS. 4 a U1Uan a' ,.
.
Jananna to the garden lands,near(lrant'efarny b

bids fair to be ft succession of L. ,GAULDEX, .

pineapple plantations within! the next Tho Democrats of Brevard county will :Newspaper ',,'

,: i a primes.y few hold primary election on Tuesday: the ATTORXEY-AT-LAW, .

!t 4 4 years. 2Jrd day of September ISnO for the purpose TlTt'SN'It-LK. FIA. :;
: ; -, Mr.. Sylvester M. King ]has purchased of nominating candid.vtcs] for the Subscription Agency 4 I ,

'; + A. -S. U.tncll; will tench our Reboot ten acres of Und of Maj. C. E. Graves, fA8. T. SANDERS,

ct" th" mjnJt term, which! Will commence and has a Urge force of hands engagedn following offices: THE 1'IONKKK!: AOKNTY.Tor ;
Member of the House of Representatives '
i 1)of.'the 1st of October. clenrinf: and gru bMng. One thousand ATTORNEY Tt.W, ,
:
Clerk of the Circuit Court, Sheriff W 111 .rartlofl In nil the (Court of the Seventh :;: .:
r ordered and expected soon tcrnw anti Mtnplo copies dl'l' :4 __
"i b i Scofichl has received nn offer of pine slips are Tax Collector County Treasmerand I JIIII.\.ll'I."I&. of t'Itri.ta.P. :
,
!; JKon the new Episcopal church that Dumber for his house line been ordered, Tax, Assessor Also, where the terms or O. lox,2aTIT'S, 1LLt:, Ft.5Money CU.\ It. NAt MAN, Tin''vn.tn P. 0., .JQ' *"

wi t ra, Iil W erected at Meiiitt lIe ,thinks and the building will be commenced us commissions have explied, Justice O of t< tORn. I hlrot-ntl 1'1111111)Jo'II.;.. .. 1 .' ;ai :

} ho 1 npared from home soon as the material Is delivered. ,:Mr. ntO'RtlK N. 1t.11tntVAI.TEII R. (: \A in M.IIOBHINS -- .
'rt .tl' Mmlt hardly away the Peace and Constable. for each Justice '

present' s-t he hag not decided whetliIjl' King was,formerly a resident of Boston district. The voting shall; t>o by ballot 1V GRAHAM. J. M. Sanders Co., r ," .
and connected with mission work theie.
f
; tW' vl'lll go or stay. tailing h'althleccllllltlltc.1 his removal at the regularotlnR place In each picelnct ATTOUXEYS-AT-LAW, I h'riots In t "

[ B. J. Minis Ins b<*tn erecting nev- bttwec.li the hours of 7 a. m. and a
Florida.!
i to; a less timorous clime, and he came to Tm'KVlU.K:, UrcvI\I'Il (::0., ; DRY GOODS NOTIONS ,
; F. full lings: : In town recently- Florida, engaging In the orange cultureIn Op. m. I I'. i>. Box,2.0 \ :
; ,
acornt \Inns barn :and cairlc e house, WOl k- 'I The managers of said! election I In each V'111 practice In all tt'I'I'Ollntll'ur ho Seventh '
'f'lind hiM time interior., The freeze of lot Matchkilled Circuit anil In tint A'II'IT"| ('''0". 141"1| l fall CROCKERY, I :;?:
scvural Bm.111 dwellings for distiirt shall lie the following suWomnittccs stud Unul
IMen for Kxumliilng IVrfvctliiK
I his four old to tho SADDLERY, \ .
year grove tee. (' wtllrltM from ClaliuuM -
Tit
; I lelp. When finished and palnthcywlll or inch as they Curnwi-oniloni-o
may appoint '
ground, so he came here In search; of a persons and llvlr to Spanish ()r ntl. ,STATIONERY, r
add match: lly (o the ap- :
to Lnnn. 1
milder, less treacherous climate. Remaining Money FAMILY MEDICINES: \', '
.v anee of his place. IImlo\'er-n. F. Bitky, W. II. Fairchild -
'I through the warn season at r\R. M. D. I. D01>SOX, UAKDEY SEEDS. ;:.:. :
"r. arrived dints last week and T. R. Crook.
Wiley at ;
Melbourne Beach, he 1.IIIl'en convinced CHOICE niuciims,
king remarkably well after Ids vacn- CI navera-X. N '., that this is favored 1<]>ot.,in many respects COnX, MAPEh' .}Kl'UTILIZERS f ,
IIe intends to char up his ]u\m- and has settled with: us, Interning well and limy! Wilson.. CAL &: MECHANICAL: DKXT1STRV: FINE PATENT FLOUR., 1 .
W 1I.1I'I1eo'I1n1; '1'. K. VIU.E FI.(>mi>A.Adilng ,
cfc at once, and piupnre his. Und for Rockledge Tnn ,
to recover hU: losses In pineapple I 'Oocon F101.J.d.a. t '..
Twill ntianil\\ l'rl'FprvII,1'Itllilut ,
"enln:;:. He will pl.int cabbage, egg culture.: ixon. pHtrni'tlim: to nonm. Al'i'l Tooth anccersfully I. .
'
nt and beans! piinilpilly. Ills land P. M.llabar-Kd Arnold and Cat Ainold.Mcllwurnc 1. treatoil. Pivot Tooth and Tniwna Ailj .til .
In artistic .t\'I. llrokon Tooth Momleil. All .9
tdc Home very fine corn this nunimcr,' : -S. F. Giblm, C. J. Hector, the must *|itrA\oit| kind of Plateork sod HODGSONGeneral BROS. ?
'' wnmntoil to It nicely (.Ion A I he has tine of ] W. Andrews.
r now .very crop hay, A New City Wharf Wanted w rainless Kxtmctlnii. ILA ,

Hch. w Ill cut, at the very leant, a ton to, B.Mker'sBluir-S.'Kltchlng,oj; Paul Kroc-: .

Acre. gel, A. C. Ford.! RUE P ELY, \[e'ellaiits

1-. pen, coining out vl tho Hammock Lint liy; the Sailboat Mm of Cocoa. 1'ItulI\'llle-ltu1Jt. Mon-ow[ E. II. lute, JUSTICE OK TIlE PEACE 17TH DIST ,

day, Mr. Robt. Cantle, observed an To the Editor of tho EAST ('OAIITlIn..- I.. A. Brady. Notary Pnlille for the State ht Ijirtre.Nmtraotnr Eau Gallic .F'la.' ;
Narrows II. Archibald W. N. ., i
..nense. rattlesnake, which he speedily CAn:: B. ( I\nlll111lhlcr of over 30 years' '111'|" .
? itched. around he Jones, Robt. Ayers. rloiirc. Natural Finish Specialty), INDIAN FLA. .
Upon looking RIVER
Sir:-I and many of my friends are MEMlOCHXK, FIA.Klcctlou I
: Severed three smaller ones making for with and Fort Drum-John M, Swain, Henry , //1
pleased new taking
your paper; Holmes] - (IroenleH, Fancy Fiults, Cholco Teas,
J. P. Padgett.
,
.bphcr hole near by, which they noon you at your word, that you will work Nonces. Coffees, Spices) Food Products, etc.DRY i t
City r\llnt-J. D. Hatter H. A. liar-
fled, and disappeared. He dug into .
1 for our people, venture to address you ) noon*.
\hole with a spade, and unearthed dec, C, A. Wlllard.
and others who
on behalf of myself come
tIle nctnncratlo voters of Erevan
O
enty-olght small rattlesnakes which Meiritt's Inland-John,II. Sands, S. J. T Boats
to your town in sailboats. Why can not COUNTY: Steam or Sail tor Cliai tor by the
.(''killftl. This Is 110 snake story, as It the town or the people of Tltusvillo build Field, J. R. Carter, The Into Democratic\ Convention of Day Week or Month.

"t be vouched for by the Supt. of the a larger and better lock than at present Eau Gallic-It It. OlIIl1tea1l, Tom this county having decided to remit tho z
Snell John Iiouston.GoorgtanaAllen nomination of nil county officers[ directly
aday School who the ,
was present at
exists, and furnish with a car andiron Booth,C. T. Vernon,, to the people at a primary election to beheld 5W.. :t Lc germs,
ling. rails, for the better accommodation (If on the 2Jrd! Instant, caucus of delegates .
DEALER I.V CLOTHING
Rufus Stewart. ,
sailboats of which] there are no many on to Haiti COllv'ntlon'al hald at

i'. Melbourne. the river? There are scores of private LaGr.ingc! J. Cockxhutt', ,A. J. Carter the Indian River Hotel on the ifilrd: of Gents Furnishing Goods, Shoes Hats,

1 Peiry Day August, where the undersigned was rec-
docks on the river which are far better In .
.; of the Umbrellas Trunks Valises
1 mended to
thoDomocrncy county Caps '
Fort Pierce--T.'J. Dejbbeuben, Jas. F. ,
I .
every respect than yours, and It l seems to for the office of Representative. It
_Chas. T. McBildc has moved boo his FINE CIOAItS Etc.
Doll, Ed :Sum merlin ,
me that your merchants and others accordance with said recommendation, I
W house on the South Side. Eden-\\". F. Richards. II. Lo Tour-, hereby announce myself an a (Candldat Tho only hoitno\ In town making ope- ,
would lose
to din-
nothing by helping us
..i;Ve hail the new candidate for favor in li.ui, John L. Jenson. for that ofllce, subject to the will of the clalty of (feiits. Furnishing (;(MXH. t

e journalistic world. charge and load freight easier than we The managers In each precinct mtiHt, party to bo expressed through the pr Drop In and examine my stork, and
can at present, by building a better teary election. compare prices ('allh customer com
'of course the EAST COAST ADVOCATE wharf. I trust you will publish this, as, certify to the result of the election and C. F.. CIIAFFEE.r mand every conNtdiratlou competitor .

'Wpuld not be complete without news however many steamers may be put on number of votes cast for each pert l fucash claim to confer

{from... the embryo metropolis Qf :Mo]- the river, there will always bo a number position, and send the same In sealed -. I hereby) nnnnunco myself as a Cnnd\( Call when] convenient First door ,

urne. like either from choice > envelope together with the ballot I date for Re-Xomlnation the ottlce south of ADVOCATE ofllce.
myself, or necessity -
to D. Gatilden of Tax Ahsosttor, subject to ratification
|Mr E. P. Branch's house is rapidly will use a sailboat, and come to TI- L. Chairman of tho Democratic liy tho Democratic voters of the County

pproacblng completion, and will,be one tusville quite a ember of times (luring Executive Committee, Tltuttville+, at tho coming primaries.Faithfully. DIXON & GRAY ItJtah.ra

the prettiest cottages the place. every year. 11No returns; will lw received by the I Your, In .
County Committee after October the 8th., W. It. bAXi>KicS.
f Our merchants are doing a fair tradeor Co The managers of said elections w'ill please, Drugs, Chemicals, Perfumery Toilet
the dull season, and are calculating hereby) announce myself a CandiI \(- I
pl;;n a heavy trade this fall and winter. How The?Criticise' U"*. forward said returns as soon after sahl I I I date for hte-Nomination for the oft Articles, Fine Soaps, Stationery

election M possible. ce of Clerk of the Court, subject to rat .
'''Mr Allen Campbell, of thin plane, is N. X. PUSSY, licatlon by the: Umnocratle voters of the JEWELRY

(how shipping lemons and limes. TheyIre County at the comlnllllrlmnrle.. SPECTACLES: &
FIOCLUB, HADE Co., Aug 28th.MEHSR Secretary. SEWING MACHIXES.
i arriving from down the river'tJIiO, by Your Obedient Servant,
D. L. GAULDEX Chairman ,
*. GKAJIAM &: WALTON en- Democrat.liExecutive A. A, HTKWAUT. Guns, Pistols, Sewing; Machines and

.verY8wamer.' close check for $lJbO for the ADVOCATE. I Committee, Brevard county.Dluster' Machinery Repaired. Watches, Clock

,rC'apt.Jacob Fox and family, formerlyof M. Duo.v, hereby announce and Jewelry Specialty.
would suggest that you give the Indian ---- -- --- IJoii.y.
[ Buffalo, New York, have moved on to ) OH a Candidate fur tho offlc School Books and Schist Supplies.
in your cut the G. B. (grand bounce) and i Sale.
of Treajturer
the homestead subject to ratification by Subscriptions taken at publisher') price .
Captain's nearly
opposite in
with turban la !
Seminole.
put one a A
Under and by virtue of a decree f r the Democratic voter of the County of for Hooks
Malabar. otorclosure.and Newspapers, Magazines, etc;
( Also the boat in ale other end has evidently Urevanl at the
sale coming
rendered the primaries.
by judgof e
[The improvement of Xew Haven ave- been in the hands of some typo, the Circuit Court of the) Seventh Jud.. Your obedient servant, Prescriptions carefully compounded at
for he has fastened the jib any time, day or night. 1
bue has been delayed by the iinpos>ibiliFty the bowsprit, and l\3ullKlt! down midway on tile on vial Circuit of Florida, sitting In chancery,, JOHN M. Dixox
of labuiers. A few have at chamber, for the county of Brevan,
procuring
side while
the mainsail
Is fitted
port
; dated! the 2nd day of August, A. D. 18SX! p that a majority the Drug
been from that uarWL The BELIEVING ,
secured and mast 1 In
[ begun opertiuns Wed- put In a certain cause wherein Amon D. thU precinct favor the
[netiday morning. The work will be the middle of the boat, I presume, so I itts I is complainant and Alfred H. Traf- re-election of 8. II. lUv nn County
that it be sailed either Patent
end
can ahead. Medicines
pushed completion u.r-oIpldlya.s pos- ford and Jessie D. Trafford et al are defendants Treasurer, we take pleasure In presentIng -
Ible. 'Very truly, ,'I will\ sell at public outcry, I In his name to the Voters of Urevart
G. IV. POTTEK.HVVOLCSO front of the Court House door of Titusrtlle county SKVKIIAL: CITIZKNS.: Elegant Perfumery and Toilet Articles

i The action of the Democratic County Brevard county, Florida, on the Hrange, Fla., Aug. :'Jiitli,!( 1MX

Convention seems to be approved byFtar1y fVxt Monday In October, during the legal Kept constantly on hand at

all voters here, and the propped ,DAJUS Co., Aug. 22,'W). hours bf sale, for cash, to the highet Thereby announce myself an a Cand

of selecting the candidates bidder, the following described real] for Denomination for the of- \ 13.
ap- EAST COAST ADVOCATE: estate, to-wit: Rice Sheriff, subject to ratification by Scpoveus

satisfies all. Many republicans A tract of html show on the map ol the Democratic voter of the County .t
try they are willing to vote a ticket naraatel Metsrs.number Editors of Thanks new for the initial n..Lblnll(1ral1am'l: addition to Titus- the coming primarien. JWUG HTOHi:.

t in that way, and! will doubtless As your paper. vUle as lot twenty-tight/ said lot having! Faithfully yours,
you frankly Invite criticismI a frontage; of sixty feet on Maine street JAMKH K. llO."YAW. Also the latest Newspapers| Period.
oin jn the
primaries will chirp my little lay as an unbiased and running back a depth of cals etc. 2Indian.Rivep .
eighty
feJust}at present It hi very quiet here,, cricket. Tbe first two words of :
j title eight feet; said map of Robbins 4 Gr a. hereby announce myself a* a Cand i
even mosquitoes have left ua in peace.The your having that 1sIn been pre-empted bad by a ham's addition i* now on record In the' I date for Renomlnation for the of-

principle business, and one that ha corporation of reminds odor in the Clerk'\ office of Bretard county or mi'I five of Tax Collector, subject to rat Ideation
community, course us otha
much of above described property a?I by the Democratic voters of thprlmarle
burned almost the form of an epidemic grasping monopoly. Your leading 1.
r wiU be sufficient to satisfy said decree, *. _
i the pineapple culture. Every available original and unique, but the likes of that and costs of sale. Purchasers to pay, Respectfully yours
sailboat and that
band U engaged to clear and preparethe "Injun" were never for titles. E. W. HIM.I. .
seen In our waters; but that i* the fault
i land or plant the slips. at the artist, not yours. Your general J. P. TL-BXEK, State Bank

|Owing to the-peninsula being almost make-up I* beyond criticism, and i* evidence ROJIBIXS A: GBAIIAU,hpecial Master. hereby announce myself a* a Cand
date
tally exempt from frost, it Is the favor- that your manager Is master (If !Solicitors for for He-Nomination a* Prosecuting -

lie spot for the piueapplelst, and some his The trade editorial, and I doff matter my is hat above to him the Complainant. 4-: t. Florida,Attorney subject to fur ratification Urevanl County ty the, Titusville Florida.

av-
ttetuJve plantations are now In opera- Democratic voters of the County at the
erage of papers of like thus. The article IKCOJU'OBATED .V
Slit It TUB LAWS OF
lion. with many smaller ones containing on Call will meet with the approval HODGES & GODFREY coming pri marten.
Tint STAT
: or FLOIIIOA.
Your
orn 1,000 to 10,000 plants.. The schoon- of bin many friends on this coast. obediently,
JA*. T. "..JU Authorized Capital
>XBW. 1100,000
.: Queen has delivered one load and Is The paper, taken as a whole, in a rredit Manufacturers of
expected: daily with i another, and John to its editors, a boon to Brevard sail --- -- - Paid-up Capital $23,000

ond' sharpie Comilea has delivered Dade and a living, moving evidence of Yellow NotIce of involution.I A Pine Lumber iierml flecking Uamlattt Traw.U<..
our fcteady growth and
prosperity, and I
two loads of slips from Elliot'. Key, and that HW U to certify that the firm of J.
sincerely hope
mjr great-great-grand Watson Jc: returned there for another one. son will be subscribers) to the EAST BOUOII UBKSSED, nership on the It day o| May, 18'JO. AU W. BAiutrrr; Vlr .p mid; ,,nt;

ey have all been planted In this vicin- COAST ADVOCATE.Youra 0....". Bus; Lads bills due the late firm are to be paid to W. M. UHOWK", OiMhier.

Pines can be successfully raised In Fraternally, Fruit. "". etebla Crates.Leisber Mr. J. Watson; all claim against talc Directors: James PHU-hard, W. B.
[, limited E.: aOui Bs DLEY. delivered firm to be paid by Mr. J. M. Wataon. I II Barnett, J. II.
very area, only being far more at any pert of Indian River Durkee, W. S. Graham :
readers wi through btu'"T tedlnc.. "'iioM _&em"lar.. J. 8. WAT and W. M. drown.
der than oranges, lemons or lime, [ mast not be too hard on lax oa Uw :. would dol .ril I ;
> demand for the fruit U our Atlanta engraver, for the sketch was .rlle''''jtrl.,... Tbe SewmW alt..led... &he tow 3 s. H. KAV Every Favor Coa.UUtit with ('o..th-
extending, gotten up hurriedly. It will, however. J..T.fc K. Ky.,.folks south IJII'IU.otka. Mashie. 11-........ .i? ,,
I notwithstanding the heavy crop this be Improved as I (.Correspondent : Seaboard National
upon soon a* we can find 8at uina III -htH 1'utuan Fla.Huut
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r, prices have been better than last time tu make the alterations.] co.. SUBSCRIBE FOB THIS PAPER. Jacksonville.Dank, New York; National' Back ol


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copied by the Times-Union, 'Stand ; ':",:
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THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE. 4- Tribune, all of Jacksonville and
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credit given. The same article was ;;

A WF.Ellt"fU'ft i-H-M-rn TO THY w.vrtOPF.MBXT'll'TirKbMtSnivrB ed by Pratt Bros., and inserted In ; ':1
THE good I :
ASHI.AHIS
ready prints which. they furnish to .
WMJTM rerrtnft* sincere
'---..... other : less than, thirty country \\!' ; J-\
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Office: Wa 1ilngt m Avenue, Tltusville, disaster ,, throughot the State. : :J >.
Indian lliver, Florida. thriving This wide ,clrcut'tton'of ; :
peculiar advantages which : "" ,
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the
begpCItL1siIED un t
EVERY FlilHAV.. of the ( section possesses' for the profitable : 'j>>
ure of this delicious fruit must !'
stores and ( :
Entered at the Tlttnvllle I'cwtofflce M SecondTws i already i In causing hundreds of persons to ; .':
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( Mall Mnltrr. the fire come Interested In the subject, : /,
of whom will come and Inspect our *'
and
In Advance, mAY
TERMS liunrlnbtf
and plantations, and eventually '
Jtr Check, 1'oMnl Orl..r.1 n'r One and Two Cent and ('I1'r ;
1'oitnfce Stamp*. forth, among ns.
One ...... ................lfilA The dissemination of items In ."
coa ( ,
fib Months....1.00'J'hreo to the culture Is made cheerfully by -
Month. Mftlngle more I I entiie press of Florida: for this is the "
Copy..t. lie
Bent to any AiWreM C. S. or Canada 1'rei-ald l; portion the State that can .
The of having reached beyond the '

Krtltor.... ........ ........ WALTER OBUIAM.A al stage, and in this particular line
do not enter Into competition with
oclatc-dlt<)ri Manager,...C. Jt. W/lLTOf. ter sections.

!) While the Indian River country Is ,
elves
We do not hold renponnlWo for the for yond doubt possessed of many ,
ntilnlnns of our rfcrwpomlcntit, hut 'lie claim
the right to reject any communication. little ges that other portions of the State '

Communlratlnnn for linlpllcBtlon 1 11f1t l>e written any event not claim In the matter of orange -
i
plainly on one rifle of the paper nnly, and
should, In even cane, 1* accompanied l>y the a good on( ng, yet less favored sections are not ;
wrlur'ii nmiia and a .
publication, but as a guarantee of good faith.AWKHTISIMt
compelled and if they are inclined to suppress
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ItATKN and such conduct Is pardonable for self-' '

J'YoR'IUII.. the | ervation is the first law of nature; .-,

One Inch,.........,.............$10,00 can what paper would tie likely to
Two Inch...".................... 13.no candidate, re the support of Its patrons If It were : '
Throe Inch,............,......... 2".no } posed to draw comparisons
}'our Inch,. ............ ....,...., 2A.no campaign' rI that
...... case, for : likely to show up their own net h
Five Inch, or()uartcr Col.. 30.00
]lUlfCuluum................,.., MOON known } hood in an unfavorable light. It
""1Inle'ohlllln.....,.."..........100.00 might be onro said by an observing Individual .
For His Month, divide the yearly rate tiy two even a ho reason everybody was no willing -
and add 10 per rent.. minds of comment upon an unusually tine
For Three Month*, divide the yearly rate by was because no one else could take
four,and add:ito per cent. county. credit for it. lIe believed that If a
Local Advertisement, Ten Cents I'er Line these } day was the work of any man or any '>
Each Insertion. pIe of how of men, that many weak points
J...., n>adlnn Mutter, not in "Local Nea" need be (' be l discovered and that its '
Columns, Five Cents I'er line Each Insertion. l Would be disputed. Just so with
Legal Advvrtlwnient at Legal hate*. ing peculiar advantages growing
lent (' ipples. If we came Into competition
week.All the alHivg rates are for one edition per ho; more northern counties, it is not II
that we would get the Immense
llllli collectelllllullthly. Con ; of advertising we receive on the
Check, etc., may It made payable to Irelmiu Brcvard and Dado counties -

A Walton. few years will ship, we are
more doll.irtt' worth of pineapples "
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they do of oranges to-day, and her
AdilreM all coniinunlcatlona to The ned products will find a, place on .

KAST COAST AtJVOCXTK, umns of shelves of every grocery store In ;;:
country; and her pineapple wines,
TirrsMLLE FLOIIIDA. it is true jellies, vinegars and brandies will he "
I'. O. JInx,222. from well known
throughout the land as :
T? A. M.Indian "It is Indian lover orange. : '
( ler, the gp The following clipping from the

River Lodge: No. 00, Free and offs ufacturer's the widest Record read and, of most Baltimore, '

Accepted Masons, hold their meeting Union journals published in the United ,
on the FIHDAV on or before Full Moon, t
The Tlm will
cause
at 7:30 p. m., In Masonic Hall, In the In distant State many to a think struggling farmer ;

dian. River State Bank building, '!'ltuIIv chief to be u thoughts; that will give him new no rest 4"r.',' .
he owns a few acres in Urevard or
Visiting brethren are cordially Incited Hunt' counties: '
to attend.
S. H. RAT Secretary. pany ; the ; "The pineapple crop of Florida,
lion ticularly of Brevard "
county has
JONKPII MEJIEl.r.y.. M. ;
______ n._ ___. '__ ._. ____ is ing "r""I shipments remarkable have-success been this much season.larger : ; ,.-i.'

THE CiiuiMt-n boomlet has notmaterialized And the heretofore, and the prices realized
been uniformly good. The net
as rapidly as its i
what tie will probably range for good fields,
supporters thought it would.
I tion- $400 to $)00 per acre. One
Mr. grower realized 1,300 from two
C. E. ChatlVr, the nominee of the out of the best part of his patch.
one a other reports about the same results
minority ('UU 'lhl. has been in town the other the best part of Ills field. These aro
for the past few days, "patching friend (7) returns from the commission men,
up his fences." \Ve are informed As paying freight and other charges

but that three every, were precinct represented in the county in the ed Union by to ns of large tWlllleasou's acreage will favorable be added returns.on :


caucus tion. which endorsed his nomina know .; To-Day.

the that I < [Telegraph to EAST COAST ] ,

TUB orange crop of llrevard the JfPiTER, Friday, Sept 6th.The

county, it is estimated, will be 25 if he has Serjeantson' Bros have just
per cent greater this year than last. the ed 50,000 pine slips, and are now hard
This is the only ('ount'ln the State work planting them.
paper we The mail schedule from
in which the Jupiter
crop cornea up to that can Lake Worth changed,
yesterday,
of last BO
M-axon. Another feather mail
Flagler leaves here on the arrival of
in the cap of the Indian Itiver probably steamer from Melbourne.The .

country. Inn in census enumerator Is in town,
Jupiter foots up 100 soul, not
Ir A. A. Stewurt should be defeatod tude, and :"fckeeters." Who says we are not !.'.
at the coining primaries', good \( lug ,
lie is too good u democrat not to Senator The life saving station,crew are ;

accept While his the nomination verdict gracefully is 1 city harbor, and I now tramping In order.their beats, and wrecks I :

means certain there by inn not be Mrs. J. A. Miller will leave in a
are few In day for r.eorgia. Gumle must
the
who voted for him two years ago great have the blue,. =
port his
and conferred the honor he now
holds for the epace of four years| be strange FORT PIEHCK, Friday, Sept. :
that will bt able to go up and As to \( Sergeant Hersey" and party of ;;:
yacht "Mutual, left here :
for
in the down
er
verse their vote of two years sa et, I !' line Tuesday morning. They expect
without ro ;
feeling as if they had a reach Jupiter about Sunday :
M! rather mean in the mutter. ",t'e latter (' Lots of rain and a few mosquitoes. :
think the ,,'
people of Hrevard can organ Married Sunday, August 31st.,
l>e trusted to do the square thing.} dorsing by Justice McMilkn-W. D. Edward
If it hail rested with the Conven- to correct Mrs. Annie K. Jaudon both of Wave

thin me fear it might have been it would Fishing hall never been better
than
at
otherwise. Co. a ( prebent. The river seem to
alive with
pompano,
which snapper,
: and
JAMES Sanders was many other varieties. '
surprised to said (
timid, the other day, that the office Indian started There are two green turtle '
of fishing at Fort
County Pierce each
at the coming Attorney electionI'hile must IK filled it about eight or ten net.
our dant \
friend "Jeeius'tines not anticipate a ? 1)0 very reported bad between br tbe here mail

any content for the office, he bewe are Drum. Over 22 miles of
wail the fact that ISrrvanl In water nearly waist
is so to sail deep,ac'
well supplied with it halJpatah flat.. PWtle. wishing t I
newspapers at ing to (' a stroll across to Fort
present, and that it U incumbent ed well by Drum
him to us to & purchasing a Seminole
upon announce his lIndi Llafenced to dress suit at Fort Pierce,
ry in "their ('olumnllIt the "us ual company. IIallpatah 111 the Indian :
alligator
rates. Ifi an ill wind that blown by virtue flats.

nobody any good and the recent the Indian -- ---

deadlock has turned out to be quite pany,
a windfall to the
of Indian River but struggling a pretty pres hard to to run connect a ( COXTIUCTOR FOR

pull on the several candidate hag for ]



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1' ,1 ; HARDWARE ,'fi A '
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' .Y Paints Oils. u Doors & Blinds.;

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Jf 'f Stoves.OrderstiltedMmedareeoive.l.. Prices g"....."'d. :, a
: ,;, Croolecry, '.1'111"V ood &: Onnoliiio Coo :i'? !. '

1 r. F. T. BUDGE, Titusville, Fin. ,. >}t,
.i' k \ '
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: l r rItIC r 1 NE"rs. Yem' The whole peninsula, from the Democratic Primary Election.The 1'rofeioltn1 Cards. NaU1Uan'SI

,, \., iananna to the garden lands,near Grnn '11 .-

+ farm bids! fair to be a succession of D L. .GAULDEX, f ,fir, e
.
< coun"ty will
Democrats of Brevard Newspaper
'' '. .' pineapple plantations within! the next
a. h JlhU40! hold a primary election on Tuesday the3rd TTOR.'iE-.\T.ra w,

: 1 few years. day of September 18110 for the purpose t FI.'.
'JJI : Mr. Sylvester it. King has purchasedten TtTt'SV19 Subscription Agency. I '
) $; of nominating candidates for the :
,' Hiss .\. S. Ilnnell wm leach our school acres! of land of Ma]. C. E. Grave, T.\8. T..SANDERS ,f' .

"'& ; coming term, -whHWjttt will commence and has a large: force of hands engaged following offices: TUB P10NKKH AC.KNVY.F : rit.' >
Member of the House of Representatives -
ATTOHNKY-AT-I.AW
p
i the 1st of OetoljfK ) In clearing and grubbing.. One thousand ,
I a Clerk of the Circuit Court, Shcrff will vraottf In nil UM froms of the SeventhJl1.Lil "
,.'{ t { |r. F. Seofield baA received an offer of pine 1\1Iplll'lro ordered and expected soon Tax Collector, County Treasurer and 1 .tai t lrv.lt lit ...lorliU.I r terns and utmplo e:nles Audio**

!,. ft! on the new Episcopal church that Lumber for his house has been ordered, Tax Assessor. Also, where the terms or '.O. Box 23:.. TITfaVlM.K, FT-Vi l,U.It.. XAlTMAX.Tm''vii i.n P. O.. I i"

\L i"f p''bu( eroctod at Meriltt Ho .thinkslrevlan I.i iI and the building will ho commenced us commissions hive: expired n Justice of Money tot !.<\ftn. I Bnni 1 county, Flu 1 :!:.tJt,
the material is delivered. Mr. -- .
l from homo soon as (:iKOKCJK M. flonntss.V.ALTltS.ifAil.eM.
hardly >e'IIlaretlu.1\y 'aclr.Justicc '
for '
the Peace and Constable (
f resent, tat ho hag not decided wheth18 King was formerly a resident of Boston Ifotiirt. The voting shall tO by ballotat 1 At)OWUXS GRAJIAM' ,. T. M. Sanders Co., :: ;
connected with mission ork there .
;: r will go or stay. Failing health necessitated his! removal the regular voting place In each precinct ATTORN EY S-AT-LA\V, I'caliMn In' 'd J

e ? f r. B. J. Minis hw botn erecting ev- bc..tWClIItho hours of 7 a. m. and UrevAIt FUuUI.i.
to. a less rigorous clime, and he ('ameto '< TITt..u. :, Co., DRY GOODS I NOTIONS
uillings in town locently-a com- Florida in the culture 0 pm.The 1*.O. 1111:11,250.:
engaging
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ions barn and cairlu.o house works orange managers: :; o( said election In each: will practice In all tliconnllc the Sovfnthrtrrnlt ..,
In the interior. The freeze of last March and In the 8nl'I'\'III"| ('nl ra- ('UO'l\lmy, '
s >p raid several smrfll dwellings for his district shall lie the following IIul t'll1- rllltlrs fur Kxoinlnlnic and IVrfwtlntf lj killed his four old to the MADDLKKY
rcd When finished and year grove ('orrex1'nndence mlldtcil from CUtni- 1-
> iK-lp. pAint. utttves or such persons as they may appoint -
ground, so ho came licit in 'search of a SUM unit llclrt lo Spanish Orants. .STATIONERY: ,
they w ill add mat: (' i Jly fo the ap- : Money to Ix>nn. 1
milder less! treacherous climate. Remaining F.nlU.ntl1CJNJ.:$,
..rance of his! place. llanlover 1) P. lluky, W. It. Fairchild -
through the want;) season at M. D. I.. DODSOX, GARDEN SEEDS.ciioici '
"i)pr.l\ last week and T. 15. Crook.Canaveial D1
ilcy arrived at Mini Melbourne Beachi!, he has been convinced : r.uocintiiM,
kIng remarkably u-ll after Ids v.ica- is -X. :X. Penny, C, P. honeywell SPECIALIST IX OPI.:IL\T1\.E. StTIWI- '
that this a favored 'spot in many respect HAY, ('onxr.1'r> FF.UTILIZKRS
pa. He Intends to clear tip Ids ham- and has settled with us, intending and Henry Wilson.Kockledge CAL A MECHAX1CAL DENT1STUY: FINK PATENT FLOUR.Oooojt t
.\. ". Hardoo and T. K.Jlxon. Tl'l'l'IWIU.E, Fi.unilA.
k at once, and prepare his Ltnd for -- "
to recover his: losses In pineappleculture. : I r'loi ic.i l ,
rdening. ,, Arliln: Teeth Filled ant ll-rrrnoil vlthnutntrnialiin :
He 'l11l11ant cabbage ,
egg
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to nPn'es. Al>o'' .t',1 Teeth .nveesafully -
..nt anl beans prindp.tlly. His! land P. Jl.laharJ..trnoltt nnd Cal Arnold. : tntatrd., IMrnt Teeth ami (Crown AiljU'tl
r In artUtlc .t\'le.l Timken '!'Notllpn.I..I.. All
lie some very fine corn this summer,' Melbourne F. Gibbs,' C. J. Hector, :true mist aiirA\ocl| : kind. of little Wllrk\aml HODGSON BROS.

d he has now.very fine crop of hay, A. Xew' City Wharf Wanted I t. W. Andrews ,s wnrrtntnl sinless Extl to wtlon.tit nlrcly. lion Aitniln| ILA

,kit will cut at the very least, a ton to, U.uker'sBlufCKltchlng' ; Paul e Kroe-

.acre.lTpon. gel, A. C. Ford. HUE P ELY,
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General ]11Cc1\ cliults; ;
coining out.f the Hammock List IJ) the SalllxMt Men at Cocoa.To Titusville Itobt. Moii-ow, E. 11, (Ice, ,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE HTII DIST
day, Mr. llobt. Orlile observed an the Editor of the EAST COAST AnvoCATK I.. A. Brady.NaiTows Notary l'1thllo for the State at tann.riintrartiir Enn Gallic :Fla.

k tease rattlesnake, which he speedily :: -II. B. ArchibaldV.: X, and llnlMor of aver. :no)fur'' tSI'| "- '
Jones Itobt. A'erR.F01.t Iruoe. Natural FlnMia Hj>.olnlty, INDIAN .
tfi; |iptehcd. Upon looking arouad he RIVER FLA.Groceries ;
Sir;-I and many of ihy friends are MEIJlOfllNK, FI.V. .
tvei-ed three smaller ones making for and Drum-John M, Swain, HeniyHolincH ._, .
pleased with your view paper taking -" .-- .--- -" Fancy Fruits, Cliviun Teas,
J. P.
Padgett.
opTicr hole near by, which they soon you at word that will work
your you Election Notices.. Coffees, Spices, Fred Pi-oductn etc.
City Point-J. D. Hatter, It. A. liar-
ched and disappeared. He Into
dug For our people, I venture to address you DRY t GOOD.
I hole with a spade and unearthed dee, Gf A. VTIllard.
on behalf of myself and others who come
the Democratic voters of Brevard -
Merrill's Island-John,II. 81111S.. J.
irenty ight small rattlesnakes which TO
to your town in sailboats. Why can not I Field COUNTY: Steam or Sail Boats for Chat Uir, by the
killed. This Is no snake as It J. U. Carter Democratic Convention of
). story, the town or the people of Titusville build The late Week :Month.
Day or
Eau Gallle IE )1.! Olmstead, Ton decided to remit the rs.
L be vouched for by the Supt. of the a larger and- -better dock than at present .his county having
i bnell John Houston. nomination of all county officers directlyto
nday School.who was present at Hit; exists and furnish with a car and ironrails ,
the election to beheld 'V :Roger
people Ia primary
Georgians Allen Ituoth d T. Vernon
filing.bhas.T.( : ,
for the better accommodation of of delegate
on the 23rd: Instant, caucus
DEALER IX CLOTHING
if sailboats of whjch there are *o many cm Rufus fetewart to said Convention! was held! nt ,
1IeU'uttrue. l.aGt\ngc-L. J. Cockshutt A. J. Carter the Hotel the ttlnl: of
(; the river? There are scores of private ., Indian River on Gents. FurnIshIng Goods Shoes, Hats,
August where the undersigned was recommended -
Perry Day;
docks on the liver which arc far better in the Umbrellas Valises
to the
Democracy county Caps Trunks
Fort Icrce--T. J. De touben, Jas. F ,
} -every respect than yours, and it seems to for the otllce of Representative. In
McBitdohas moved into his Jill, Ed Summerlin. FINE: CIGARS, Etc.
me that your merchants and othetllW'out.t accordance with said recommendation, I
house on the.South Side. Eden-W. F Klchaidn,'J. II. Lo Tour hereby announce myself a Candidatefor The only IIOIIHO In town making n specialty
:5' lose nothing by helping us to discharge
iiWe hail the new candidate for favor In iiau, John I..Jenson. that office, subject to the will of the of Gents. Fill'nlnlilng Goods. ,

"e journalistic world. and load freight easier than 1\'e The managers In each precinct must party to lie expressed through the primary |- Drop In and examine my stork, and
can at present, 'by building( a better election. compare prices Cnuli customer com
|Of course the EAST COAST ADVOCATE wharf. I trust you will publish this, as, certify to the result of the election And C. E. CUAVK.: maud every conMItcl'allon l : conipetitorsclaim .

[would not be complete without news however many strainers may be put on number of votes east for each person for tocoufer,

(from tile embryo metropolis of Mol.I the river, there Will always be a number each position, and send the same in sealed '. Thereby nnmumco myself as a Cancll Cull when convenient. First door

ourne. like myself, either from choice or necessity envelopes together with the ballot for Uo-Nomlnatlou for the olllre south of All,'oe A T N ofllee. '
to D. L. Gaiilden of Tax Assessor, subject to ratification
.ilr. E. P. ,Branch's house is rapidly will use a sailboat, and come to Tltusville Chairman of the Democratic by the Democratic voters of the County I '

pproathlng completion, and will ,be one quite a member of time lurlnj Executive Committee, Tltusvilh, at tho coming primaries. DIXON & GAY .
.' Fla. No returns will Iw received by the faithfullylU''II,
the the
prettiest cottages place. every year.How .
County Committee after October the 8th. W. K. bA IUtltllS.I )ltlilluraln .
J Our merchants are doing a fair trade COC'lu. Chemicals
elections Drugs Perfumery Toilet
The malinger of said will please I ,
{or the dull season, and are calculating announce myself as a Camll
Les.Flovtvs forward raid returns as soon after salt thereby Re-Nomtnatlon for the Articles Flee Soaps StatlOlCrlJEWEJ.m" :
'n a heavy trade this fall and winter. Thr'Crltlcl"e; : office ,
electron M 1)()>lslhle. of Clerk of tho Court, subject to rail!

.Mr. Allen Campbell, of this phve, is N. X. PENNY, flcatlpn by tilt Democratic voters of the ,

ow shipping lemons and limes. They County at the coming l'l'lmAI'lell.Your bl'ECTACLES 3 &
DADE Co., Aug 25th. Secretary.D.
SEWING
MACHINES.Guns .
fare down the river'KUo Obedient Servant,
from
arriving bj L. G
MF.KSH&. GBAIIAM & WALTON-I enclose n'l.DE.v, Chairman Demociati.Executive I A, A, SrKWAiiT.; PUtuK fotlwln Jfachlpos: and
steamer.
very check for $1..Mfor the Au VOCATK. I Committee, Brevard countyBluster's Machinery Repaired. Watches, Clock

/'Capt..Jacob Fox and family, formerly would suggest that you give the India -_. --- -' -. I JOHN )C. Dixoy: hereby announc and Jewelry a Specialty.
"of Buffalo, New York have moved on to myself art Candidate for tho office School Books and School Supplies.
IB your cut the G. B. (grand bounce) anti Sale. of Treasurer
[the homestead subject to ratificAtion bj Subscriptions taken at [.uLlildlCr'lIl.rlcell
Captain's nearly opposite in with turban la
put one a Seminole.
Under and by virtue of a decree of'i'orclollurean.lllale the Democratic voters of the County uf Books
Newspapers, Magazines, stdPrescriptions
Malabar. Also the boat in tiio other end has evidently Brevard at the
rendered by the judge coming primaries.Your .
J The improvement of Xew Haven avenue -: been in the hands of some typo, t'f the Circuit Court of the Seventh Jud obedient servant, curefully compounded' at
for ho has fastened the jib midway any time, day or night. 1
has been delayed by the imposisibillFty the bowsprit, andliaulod It down on the on (lad Circuit of Florida, sitting In chancery; Jou.x M. Dixox.
of procuring laborers. A few cave at chambers, for the county of Urevari,
while
port side the mainsail is fillet
; dated the 2nd day of August, A. J). 18IXla ) that a majority of the Drug
been from that The BELIEVING
secured, and begun opertions Wedpesday quartet mast U put In a certain cause wherein Amon D_ this precinct favor the

morning. The work will be the middle of the lioat I presume, 110 I itts is complainant and Alfred II. Traf re-election of S. II. KAY as County
that it be sailed either end ahead. Patent Medicines
can
pushed completion rapidly as posible. ford and Jessie D. Trafford et al are defendants Treasurer, we take pleasure In presentIng ,
'Very truly, I will sell at public outcry, I lu. hU name to the Voters of Brevani
G. W. POTTEII.!: front of the Court House door of Tltusrtlle county. SEVKHAtj!: C'ITIZKS Elegant Perfumery and Toilet Articles
The action of the Democratic
County; Itrevard county, Florida, on the LaGrange Fla.; Aug. 2inh, 1810.
Convention, seems to be approved by; first Monday In October, during the legal Kept constantly on hand at

lily all voters here, and the propoket II"'fOLUJO.D: 1J!: Co., Aug. 22, '00. hours cf; sale, for cash, to the highest Thereby announce myself as .a Camll
bidder, the following described for lU-nomination for tho or "
real
ethod of selecting the candidates *
j :]3.
ap- EAST COAST ADVOCATE: estate, to-wit: trice of Sheriff, subject to ratification by Scroveu'sIMtUG

ently satisfies alL Many republican A tract of Land shown on the map of the Democratic voters of the County at
f say they are willing to vote a ticket noraated Motsrs.number Editors of 'Thanks DeW for the initial Itobblns A Graham's addition to Titus tho coming primaries. HTOICi

I In that way, and will doubtleta your InvIte paper.As vWe as lot twenty-eight, said lot having Faithfully yours,
you frankly criticism, a frontage of Also the latest Newspapers, IVrlodl.
the sixty feet on Maine street JAMK.ME. oWYAX.
Inn primaries I will little
'. chirp my lay as an unbiased and running back a depth of eighty- cabs, etc. :3
r Just at present It U quiet here cricket Tto first two word of
very
title eight feet; said map of Robbins & Gra hereby announce myself as a Candidate -
.ven mosquitoes have left us In your having been pre-empted by a ham's addition Is I for Itenomlnatlon
peace now on record In the for the office -
corporation that is "3n bad odor In the
the, principle business, and one that has community, of course remind u. o\hat Clerk's office of Brevard county, or *t, of Tax Collector, subject to ratifica- Indian River
much of
above tion the
described by Democratic voters of
the
property an
sumed almost the form of an epidemicthe grasping monopoly. Your lieatlinj; III
will be sufficient to satisfy said decree primaries. _
culture. avaihvi original and unique but the likes of that
> pineapple Every and cost of Hale.
Purchasers
to Respectfully yours,
sailboat and pay
i hand U engaged to clear and preparee that "Injun" were never for titles. E. W. HALL.
seen In our waters; but that is the fault
land or plant the slips. of the artist not yours. Your genera J. P. TITBXKB, State Bank

(. Owing to the])CnhlllUla being almost make-up is beyond criticism, and is evidence RoriBiss A G Special Master. I. hereby announce myself as a Candi-

tally exempt from frost, it Is the favorte I that your manager is matter of Solicitor BAH AM, date for 'te-s': onalnation as Prose

spot for the pineappleist, and some his trade, and I doff my hat to him for Complainant. 4-.>t. cuting Florida Attorney for Brevard County. Titusville, Florida.
subject to
ratification by the
The editorial
I matter U above the average
Intensive plantation are now In operas Democratic voters of the
of papers of like class. The article !1I 1- County at the Ixcuru'OIIATEts: VtUKtt TRI LAW OFTJIK
with many smaller ones containing I on Call will meet with the approval HODGES & GODFREY coming primaries. : STATE
om 1,000 to 10,000 plants. The schoon- of his many friend on this coast Yours obediently, : or FI.OHIDA.
J 41. T. tf Authorized Capital .
.uw
EBK. $100,000
Queen ha delivered one load and U The paper taken as a whole Is a ereci Manufacturers .
of .
Paid-up . .
--- Capital .
petted daily with another, and John it to Its editor a boon to Itrevard and 125,000

and' sharpie, Cornilea, has deliverer our Dade fcteady and a growth living,and moving evidence of Yellow Pine Lumber Notice of MoIutluii. A O.u.r.i Baakleg-as..I.... 'It....."...
: prosperity, and I
U
to certify that the firm
of
loads of J. -
.ro clip from Elliot's Key, and: sincerely hope that TWi
my greatgreatgrandsons Watson A Co. dissolved Japes Pitrmnuv president
co-part ,
returned there for another one. will be subscriber to the EAST BOCGU DRESSED, ner hlr> on the lilt day of May 1800. Al W. t). BAJUTICTT; VIc -I'r ;sid"nt;

hey have all been planted in this vtcin- COAST ADVOCATe.Yours OI'lUl. Bo. II...... Mil due the late firm are to be paid to W. M. BIMJWN, Owhler.

Pines can be successfully raised in Fraternally Yrait t "..da"" Cr..... I Mr. J. $. Watson; all claim against said Director: James PriUharJ, W. B.

cry limited area, only being far more E. a JLWLJtT. taraber bin Iad any part of lodian BJver firm to be paid by Mr. J. H. WaUon. Barnett, J. H. Durkwi, W. 8. Graham

des than oranges, lemons or lime [Out reader must not lie too hard on on UHlJtor am of the tr .t,j.; Co..t.Anyoiw euaicuiiilattag | J. H. W4T80., awl W. If. Brown,
would do
be demand for the fruit U extending OUT Atlanta engraver, for the sketch was writs Vwt The .... altuat.e4.*MHh.u 1 w* 8 )i. ii. IIAY. Every Yaror (:0.,....*nt with r...4>rv.tiv*
11 gotten up hurriedly. It will, however, .... T. ,.. )uMa MMttll ut IVUtk iraaklax "sa.........
notwithstanding the heavy crop this be Improved upon a* soon as we can find Satsuma IIIffhtM INituaii ('*>rre iudtnU : Heaboart N'atlooal ,

ar, prices have been better than lasts : tIme to make the alteration] co.*, Fla.aw.}. SUBSCRIBE FOR THIS PIPER. JacUoDfUIe IhDk, New, York; Nathona y:Ink, vi {


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How shall together at last; in the bright and blessed is '! "'-
things.
religions capture
:you
DR. TALMAGE. and aemblap or the eke... oar work aU done, out
IlEV. them for God? Sharp argument sarcastio -' the t..
retort never won a single soul from skep IOrro.1 all ended. GCId bl.. )'ou, and.out
Children, ana your raurarou'.obildren. ADd
ticism to the Christian religion. While powerful
SUNSsubject boob on the "Evidences of Christian now commend you to Gad and to the word
THE BROOOK(OINE'S ity" have their mission in confirming Christian of Ills grace: which is able to build you np i

people In the faith they hare already and give you an Inheritance among all them
adopted,! have noticed that when Ibptfcalpeoplear. that; arllGJ1ctlfled. )-"My:

t "Kind: Word Never Die, .brought into the kingdom of Christ Love i to I

Cherished and Blessed." it Is through the charm of some genial soul, NO ARBITRATION. will be! ,
and not by argument at all. is
Hen are not saved the head; they Bc some
'are saved through the hear A storm comes MTBATIOS OF TO OBKAT STBIKX XH KMT> as shell

out of its hiding place. It says "Now, TORE IT -'tL I your
TEXT: "A soft tongue brtakeA U, we'll just rouse up all this sea" and it makesgreat out!

ftow*."-Prov. xxv., 15. a blaster, but it does nol succeed. Part More literature was added to the strike Be
When Solomon said this he drove a whole of the sea Is roused np-perhaps! one-bsU of And
rolnme into one phrase. Ton, of course it, or one-fourth of it. After a while the history Friday afternoon and evening. But PU ;

will not beso silly as to take the words of j calm moon, pjacld} and beautiful, looks down, State Commissioner Donovan, bf the She ,.. .
tho text in a literal sense. They simply and the ocean begins to rise. It comes up to board of meditation and arbitration, sent : .. ?
mean to let forth the fact that there it a high water marL It embraces the great a letter to Vice-President Webb and acopy Be now r I

tremendous power in a kind word. Although > headlands. It submerge the beaches of all to llr. Powderly saying: 'It having Don't
it may seem to be Tory insignificant, the continents. It is the heart throb of one Of )_ ,
its force ii indescribable and illimitable. world against till heart throb of another come to the knowledge of the State Is .
Pungent and All conquering utterance: "A world. And I hate to tell yon that while all board of meditation and arbitration a accept

eon tongue breaketh the bone." your storms of ridicule and storms of sarcasm ,that another strike is ,
It the weather were lot M hot and I had may rouse up the passion 02 an immortal nature seriously threatened the bees
time I would show yon kindness. a meant nothing less than the attractive power upon instructed -
of defense; kindness a* a mean of nsef nlaess of Christian kindness can ever raise the deathless lines of your company, I am' "Ton
; klndnen M a means of domestic harmony spirit to happiness and to God. I have by the board to again communicate with edy. do ;you ,

; kindness ai beet employed by government more faith In the prayer of a child five years you, and invite a joint conference between '
for tho taming and curing of criminate old, In the way ot bringing an infidel bock to the officers of your company and "I in how

and kindness ai beet adapted for the Christ and to heaven, than I have in all the representatives of your employes with the "Your .
settling and adjusting of International quarrels hissing thunderbolts of ecclesiastical centre.yeru. part."- ; f-
; but shall call :your attention only to view of devising some means, either by

two of these thought. You cannot overcome men with religions arbitration or such other method as may .

And flnt I speak to you of kindness a* a argumentation. If you come at a skeptical be mutually agreed upon, whereby the : Imo- ,

means ot defense. Almost every: man IJrtheCOIIJ'I8 man with an argument on behalf of the threatened strike may be averted, and an Barber
of hit Ill,Ii let upon and assaulted. Christian religion, yon put the man on his abrupt interruption of travel and transportation sirl"Victim Cooking
Your motives are misinterpreted, and :yourreligions mettle. He says: ,' see that man has a car \
or political principals are bombarded. bine. IT use my carbine. Ill answer his of freight prevented. ,
What to do under inch circumstances argument with Bat If you Mr. Powderly, in reply, said: "Our had an

Ii the question. The Brit Impulse of come to that anyp adding him that yon board is willing to comply with your re- hoop."- .
the natural heart says "Strike back. Give desire his happiness on earth and his eternal quest and hold themselves in readinessto ,for thi
as much a* be ent. Trip him into the ditch ,
welfare in the world to come, ho cannot an the wit.
at moment's notice. We
which he dug for your feet. Gain him with swwit.What. respond a

M severe a wound as that which he I have laid is jostastraa In the reclamation have from the beginning been willing ,
Inflicted on your soul. Shot for ihot. of the openly vicious. Did you and anxious to submit the matter to jour "Here .. Cu

Sarcasm for tarcaon. An eye for an ever know* drunkard to be saved through board for adjustment." man ? Ii
eye. A tooth for a tooth." But the the caricature of a drunkard Your mimicry would-be
better spirit in the maa'i soul rim up andsays of the staggering and the thick tongue, HH. TTEBB TOIL HOT ARBITRATE.In who cu

: "You ought to reconsider that mat- and the disgusting hiccough only worm reply Mr. Webb says: "The fur "Bless it for
tar." You look into the face of Christ and "He
up maddens his rain. Bat if to him
come
you : ther strike referred to by wiU or
lay: "My Muter how ought I to act under In kindness and If you
sympathy, you show him
these difficult circumstances' And Christ that you appreciate the awful grip of a depraved will not take place, as the efforts of the your.|
'
Instantly answers: "BI_ them that curse appetite, if :you persuade him of tho persons who have left our ser lce may or
:yon, ana"pray for them which deepltofully fact that thousands who had the grappling may not meet with success. I believe Mrs. before,

nee you. hooks of evil inclination clutched in their that such efforts will faiL The operating burglar
Then the old nature rises up again and says: soul as firmly as in his have been delivered
Yon had better not forgive! him until flnt then a ray of light will flash across his force of this company is full;' the passenger :Mr. eji
b are chastised him. You will service of the is regularly There's -
:yon never get vt ion, and If win seem as If a supernatural company w n
him in 10 tight a corner again. Yon will hand was steadying his staggering gait. performed, and there is no obstruction o umbrella I '. or.

the never right have lOch kind an of opportunity of indicting A good many yean ago thero lay In tho its freight service except: lawless interference "-CW i
punishment upon him street a man dead drunk, his face and ,thereof
First exposed apprehension seems
again. chastise him and then lei him
"No the better to the blistering noonday sun. A Christian to me inappropriate and unnecessary to
go. My nature "hush
;
woman passed looked at him and said
along, Burglar
thou foul heart Try the soft tongue that "Poor follow." She took her handkerchief have the conference as suggested by '
that's all I
breaketh the bono Hare you ever in all and spread it over his taco, and passed you."
your life known acerbity and acrimonious : on. The man roused himself up from his Labor leaders say there is nothing to Waiter ( Wood-

dispute make to settle matters a quarrel Did they not always .. debauch and began to look at the handkerchief do save to strike, as the principle Involved you dajl
worse and and
worse worse and lot on it.was tho name of a highly is the right of workingmen to or :(Exit hi|
respectable Christian woman of the city. He
Many yean ago there was a great quarrel went to her, he thanked her for her kindness, ganize.
In the Presbyterian: family. Ministers of and that on.little deed saved him for this the|

.Christ. were had thought orthodox in proportion life, and saved him for the life that I* to THEY WILL RC8IQN.: Lover ( '
they measured lances with other
He afterward
come. was
clergymen: of the same denomination. The AttorneyGeneralot torn from block,!
the United States but than he
; higher all DIRECTORS Or TUB AMERICAN COTTONSEED '
most outrageous personalities were abroad. became,the consecrated disciple of JesusChrist Your dog down|
As In the autumn a hunter comoe homo witha COMPART :WILL 00 OtT.
Sweet
string of game, partridges and wild ducks Kind words are so cheap it II a wonder we oD.I"
tie
Fido.
slung over his shoulder, so there were many do not use them oftener There are tens of A'New' York dispatch says: E. D. Adams
ministers who came back from the ecclesias Good .N, not bi|
thousands of people who of the firm of Winslow Lanier A
tic*! court with long are dying for the '
strings of doctors ot |
lack of kind word. There sense.
one is a businessman Co. on Wednesday stated that he holds
divinity whom they bad shot with their own who has !
rifle. The division became wider, the animosity is fought against trouble until he the resignations, of a majority of the directors
perfectly exhausted.: He has been think.
greater,until after a while some good ing about forgery, about robbery, about sui of the American Cotton Boed Co., "And andl
men resolved upon another tack. They be cide. Go to that business man. Tell him successor of the cotton seed trust, and try!" was leaven]

can to to explain away tho other's difficulties; they began that better times are coming, and tell him that their places will soon be filled by i taken yet|
faults, and lot
church that you yourself were in a business
the tight men of widely known business ability That
great quarrel wo settled, and pass, and the Lord delivered Tell i pent.
the new school Presbyterian you. him who will the real holders of 'cQ> !
the
church and the to put his trust in God. Tell him that Jean represent Wo, market'f.
old-th.school different Presbyterian church became one Christ stand beside every business man in property. He also states that the trust, near time.

order welded parts of the Presbyterian his perplexities. Tell him of the sweet prom- or company, has a floating debt of f 2,-
by a bammer\a little hammer
ises of God's
comforting
grace. and that circular will be
a Christian hammer, that the Scripture calls That is 600,000, a soon
the
man dying tor lack of
:just one
"a issued issue
soft tongue. kind word. Go to-morrow and utter that announcing the. of $3,000-: .
Yon have a dispute with your neighbor one saving, omnipotent, kind word. Here 000 of 8 per cent debenture bonds,which \7hy III
-Yon say to him, "I despise you." lie replies 1* a soul that ha been iwamped in sin. He will be offered.to stockholders agar, "I lost as
"I can't bear the ; iell(
sight of you. Yousay want to find the light of the Gospel. He
to" him., "Never outer my house feel like a shipwrecked mariner looking out COLORED ALLIANCEMEN. da"Leave
gain. He say, "If you come on door beach
my over the watching for a sail against tbei
1 11'Jl kick you off." You say to him "1'1 t the iky. Oh, bear down on him. Tell him "No; I
BOMB INTERESTING INFORMATION REGARD- |
put you down. He to "You and he fet
says you, are that the Lord wait to Do gracious to him, '
mistaken, I'll put you down. And so the and.. though he has been a great sinner, INO TDXIB FLATTORM.
.contest rages, and year after year you act there la a groat Saviour provided. Tell "l!|
the nn-Cliriitlan part. After a while tbo him A dispatch of Saturday from ,
better Mixes that though his sins are scarlet they Raleigh, will|
spirit and
-over to the neighbor you,and one day"Uf: :you go shall be a* snow; though they ore red N. C., says that the session of the Colored Young
uy e mo
your hand; we have fought long enough.rTimo like crimson is they shall beam wool. That State Alliance developed some interesting marry me "H
man forever
dying for
the lack of
is so short and is one information
eternity so near that kind word. y regarding the Agnes .
we cannot afford any longer to qnorral. I platform of this Alliance. It is -
fool There used to be sung at a great many of entirely but I .mil
you have wronged me very much, but ,
the piano all through the country a different from that of the white Alliance.
let us settle all now in one great hand shak song marry me.
was
that has almost died out. I wish The members
lag and be good friends for all tha rest ot somebody are pledged to provide for nounce '
would start it again in our social circle. their families live it
lire economically and
our You have risen to a higher plat.torm There have not-been be will call
than that which before may very exquisite art citizens and also wafa
on you stood. in the music but there good to withdraw from
was
a and Weekly:
grand
You win his admiration, and you get bis glorious sentiment: partisan politics. This last feature is avery that 1
Hut it
apology. have
you not conquered
him iu tha. way, at any rate:you have won Kind words never die, never die; important one, and is supposed to :
"
the applause of your own conscience, toe Cherished and Messed. mean a fusion of the white and colored ; 10

high estimation of good mon, and the honorof Oh that we might in our families and in alliances in the near future. 'The bu
your Lord. who died for Ills armed onemini our churches try the force of kindness You greatly I d
can never drive FOREIGN SYMPATHY
men, women or children Into
"But," you say, "what are we to do when the kingdom ot God. A March northeasterwill
slanders assault us and there coma acrimonious I bring out more honeysuckle than fretfulness EXPRESSED BY RESOLUTION FOR TOE "Did .

sayings all around about u; and we arc and scolding will bring out Christian AM ERIC AX EMOHTS OF LABOR "We
abused and spat upon?' My advice is: Da grace. I wish that m all our religious work goat .
not go and attempt to chaso down the liondon. we might be saturated with the spirit of
Lies are prolific, and whllo you are I kindness. Missing that we miss a great deal A London dispatch says; Five thousand could get '

killing one fifty aro born. All your demonstrations of ul8lulnTlltore 1* no need of coming dock laborers held a meeting Sun- have ', au

of Indignation only exhaust your out before men and thundering to them the, day, Mi. Burns, labor agitator, presiding.
self. You might u well on some summer law unless at the same time you preach to They passed resolutions of with
them the Gospel. Do not sympathy ten
night when the swarms of insects are :you Know that this
up from the meadows and disturbing you ansi simple story of a Saviour's kin in1a to re the American Knights of Labor in their I Auntie

disturbing your family some great deem all nations The hard heart of thisworld' strike on the New York Central railroad country
) pat
"swam angel" like that which thunderedover *obduracy to be broken before that The resolutions also express a hope for Nina. I De

Charleston, and try to shoot them story. the success of the knights. ,
down. The game is too small for the gun There is in Antwerp Belgium, one of the make << :f.
But what then, are :you to do with the mokt remarkable pictures lever saw. Ito Leap Year' Superstitions day." beyo
abuse that come upon you In life. You "The Descent of Christ from the Cross It Nina ( 'our
are to live them down. I saw a farmer go is one of Rubens's pictures. :No man can The ancient Romans considered fj
out to got back a swarm of bees that bad stand and look at that descent from the cross the "Yes, J f
wandered off from the hive. As he moved as Rubens pictured it, without having his bisextile or "leap day a critical day in scratch

amid them they buzzed around his buss eyes flooded with tear, it he have any sensl- their calendar, always reckoning it as Up. col-j
andbuuwi around his hand and blUty at alL It Is au overmastering picture being among their unlucky dujs. That
around his feet If he bad killed one of -ou. that stuns and
you, stagger :you, and this belief has not by any means lost
mom tbey would have stung him to death. haunt your dreams.: One afternoon a man A *
But he moved in their midst with perfect stood In that cathedral looking at ltubeUl""De ground is evidenced by the deep-rooted fry
placidity until he had captured the swarm cent of Christ from the Cross." Ha was dislike parents have to a child being !
of wandering '*-. And so I have seen all absorbed in that scene of a Saviour's suf born on a "leap day,"it being a popular for the f
men moving amid the annoyances, and ferings when the Janitor came in and said: notion that to come into the world at live I C
the vexauom. and the assault" of life in "It is time to close up the cathedral for thenight. such an odd time is ominous Old as f
such as
calm signify
Christian deliberation that all I wish :yon would depart." The pilgrim ,
the homing around about their soul looking si that "Descant of Christ from log the child's speedy exit. can't live go'

amounted to nothing. They conquered the Cross," turned around to the janitor and A variety of this superstition exists in young I'

thorn selves.and"Oh above" all they' conquered them said; "No no; not. yet Wait until they get :, Tuscany, and, in fact, in many other "
von HhaVs "
say, a very good Him down.
European countries.* Tuscan I
theory to preach on a hot day. but it won't Oh, It is the story: of a Saviour1 suffering folk-lore According to -er-
child
It a born Ke\a
will on '
work. It has worked. 1 klndnea that is to capture the world. When February
believe. it is the last 29 will not live to see another "
Christian grace we the bone of that great Behemoth of iniquity "leap day, '
win. You know there are fruit which we which has trampled all nation shall be pr, if it does, it will be motherless. In I
gather In Jane and others in July, and broken and shattered, it will be found out Austria a child born in the forenoon on I

others In August, and other in September. that the work was not done by the hammerof February 29 becomes a great if "Why
and still, others in October; and I: have to the iconoclast, or by the sword of the in the personage; asked the II
afternoon robber
admit that this grace of Christian fop conqueror\or by the torch ot persecution, a ; after night, a "
ivenas* is about the last fruit of the Chrotian tot by the plain, simple overwhelming murderer Other notions of this sort, : .
soul.We force ot "the soft tongue that breaketh the modified to suit whims and fancies exist prompt

hear a great deal about the bitter boDe." la the various countries of the world.* "Then '
bogus and the sarcastic tongue, and the And BOW I ask the bleating of Ood to come Commercial Advertiser. black
quick tongue, and the down la matters 'j
stinging tongue,out we apoo you of health. in mat "
breaksth very little about "the soft tongue that ton of bosiaess: that the Lord will deliver IDVCATIO AL rrur. .
tJaeboaa..read Hodibras, and :roe from all:your financial perplexities: ; that What are
Stern aertmnav, Dean Swift and other apostles ot he will give you a good .&h large sat First Boy-How do you like your new anyhow?'
the but; iventtU time to .cuJnu arIee, WltbJul wages, sufficient income. I teacher

reviled example not .,or Rim who was reviled and.Yet pray God thai He may give:you the opporofedncatinz Second Boy-lie is not a lightning s I
gain. O that the Lord His tuatty
spirit by :your children for thb teacher. !\
would endow UI aU with 'the soft aalthronstt: the rich grace of our strikes several times in the A
looses.. that breaketh the hoM." Lord J n* ChrUt of same place.-[Texas SiftiJlgs.IlEJIaXBI.UCL.
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sire
to Present, sad that to kiRma Above alL I look for the mercy of God70V A : the other I

yes .ofskeptical 1a aI1 ooaamuDidee anon immortal souls; and Iwt I stand "So Chollie has abroad. --! %
gone ,
mmn abefore some who base
gtmkof ed not attended to the "
or "Yea. husbands
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: .... ttceoug!the m.ltr t pxo- thiJlp opf.trheir eternal iii fa -?'.. theben
-shoot- people. orIkrou&" JIf'7iaI'aeay doeIq DiY I:. plan \b.a "Who sent him that beautiful bunch "Oh, ]
P.t tk.fUtu oe WOI'IoJ, .... a aM aow to aw af1w; God and be at of forget-me-nots tag for a
many people who bloomi skeptical U peace with Him. Oh, we want to be gathered I "Uu tailor." \ Butter was unknown to the tae








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DWARFS OF ARDMW1. prostrate trees are almost hidden by the Persia's Mineral Wealth. Good Drinking Water.A .

luxuriant frond and abundant fruit of -- I '

unrivaled quality, size and nor. n The mineral wealth of Persia bas long good water .'or drinking ,,

: [ PEOPLE STANLEY: would be easy to prove that in the forestan been known to those acquainted with the should be quite cleat, free from odor 'b

3OMD OT CENTBAL AFRICA.t acre of banana plants produces twenty. literature bearing on the subject, but tile taste, and well ftereattxl. Generally. r '

five times more food than an' acre in real extent of its vast resources In this in or,calcareous waters moderately ,

kable People Ranging From wheat produces in England. The direction has only of late years been made with carbonate lime are the most I {

! slrty-nlne to Fiftf-four Inche.StatureTheir pygmies appear to be aware that a apparent. In 1865 Dr. Polak, German, some for drinking. Absolutely pure .
after several ot careful study and ter is not suitable for drinking
banana plantation is inexhaustible and years
Manner of Lite. ,
to think that they have as much right to investigation In the country, stated that tort besides being insipid and inlnviti
tp only it is, according to Darwin the There- the wealth of that country in coal, iron, ana even to some people nauseoua,it is '
1 Itom the chimpanzees, baboons'and produce as aboriginal these owners. and and copper was unbounded, and that itively unwholesome. Bright,fresh ..

!, mrwith; which the forest abounds fore they cling to plantations hardly any portion of the earth could vie water, such as is at once both pit : i

: i pigmy tribes which we foundJithsig make the larger natives pay dearly for with Persia in mineral richness. Many and wholesome, it, strictly speaking,' ''

the tract of country between the honor of their acquaintance. In an- rich mines have been discovered far from being pure. If contains in '

:Ihvjruemdltari Rivers, says Stanley other manner they perform valuable ser- 'since( he wrote twenty five years tion not only different gases, to ", t-- ;
vice to them by warning them of the ad. Dr. Polak "The unbounded owes its bright, sparkling
ski.adt..reported the London Timet.f ago. says: I
."illll im known to exist by the father vance of strangers and assisting them to wealth of the country in coal, iron, and and invigorating and refreshing
"'" \ wine centuries before the begin- defend their settlements; they also trap copper deposits only awaits explorationin but also a certain amount of earthy

: i Christian era. You re- game and birds, and supply the larger order to set on foot a mighty iadu'trltor ter, such si carbonate sulphate of ;;
may natives with feathers and meat. or similar salts of Dr. '
f I Homer wrote about the sanguin peltry, which the industrious character and magnesit. .
\' to have .I. aptitude of the laboring class seem to offer cby, from investigations he made, .' .
that was reported
inducement. to the conclusion that a certain
4 between the ( and the SELECT SIFTINGS. every Scarcely any r
a pigmies country of the earth can vie with Persia of earthy salts (from 8 to 90 grains to .
|In the fifth century B. C., gallon is to render
as to riches In metals especially ) necessary '
copper.
described the of five The invention of the anchor is ascribedto :
I capture
Nearly every district has its copper mine; the highest degree wholesome for
a plorel'l i from Nassamoves while the Tuscans. on the northern slope of the Elburz: neaifTehoi ing.
,
tte, examining some curious trees Illinois has miles of railway a
more be
an, twenty such can counteu,
DURTNO the June 80
yearending
i'IRger basin and how the little than other State. and ,
any as many more in the environs of killed
1J ahem to their villages and Somebody has invented an "illuminated Kaivfn. Lead is jnined to such an extent the 0,828 United, people States were aM 20,800 by

,r i them about to their fellow pig- cat," guaranteed to scare rats. that the def,iand for it in the country is 477,171,843 passengers, were carried ; I '
--*}h as you would like us to snow amply and also a surplusleft I
,. Union in Toledo County Conn. has supplied, that the chances of each passenger b
;..i es about England. The for export. The greater portion of
and minister. killed are 1 to 1,628,183. the :e '
in the fifth no doctor, no lawyer no *
fer-IIekataeus the lead is
cen- ore found near JJerman. being injured 1 to 220,024. On
I the pigmies near the equa- Relic hunters are already disfiguringthe Coal, which generally exposed in vast roads,the chances are only about a '

A' a, under the shadow of the Hendricks monument at Indianapolis, seams, is not, up to now, mIned owfcog\:! as great. }

i:of the Moon, and I find that to want of roads and the absence of demand ___ ___ __
1 I Ind.An for industrial .. The aetA The Cee efQel.lne.
plS bus downward geographers undertaker has been arrested at purposes.
:., ully followed the example of Pittsburg for obstructing traffio with a upon the northern slope of the Elburz, It There a valuable It no medicine questioning. a the tonic fact antl-that

,'|and nearly a year ago we funeral. near Teheran appears already below Kaz- and antl-pyretio and that IU dlaooverv +ti
vin at the village of :U then shows greatly helped the cause of medicine. f
in where they had been locatedn .
of IU li not
M More shoes are manufactured at Haverhill a majority oases one
(itself in the Laar Valley especially satisfactory It frequently deranges the
under the names of Watwa a ;
; Mass., than in any other city of the in a hollow of the latter called Divasia, t producing headache dluy feelings
butti. The forest which
we United States.A vulalona and eometlmes even paralyal l
I just considering extends right and lastly makes itself visible near the wu the endeavor of the eminent Dr.JpJ ,k
man In Providence, R. I., has a pet imull town of Ash, on the river Herns. of to Invent a iQB$lltuT .
base line of the Mountains oft soi.tbl'ng
b quinine, that would have all
the coal fo-inatlon is
spider, which has spun its web in its Altogether very be
\ir rood qualities jet
owner's hat, where it lives. abundantly represented.1' free from'Its eviltend.noics.. uow,, \
place called Avetiko, on the he succeeded la evidenced by the
The India rubber tree grows wild in which histemedv' Smith's Tonlo I Ia j
'1 r, our hungry men found the Lee County Fla. and in ForUlenitis Bean Soup. by the poofole where it Is beet know |'
,
/: and female of the pygmies body ue it In place of quinine and It
It used as a shade and ornamental tree. falls to give the vary beat of Mtlefaction.
the midst of wild Eden
. 'i a ; Soak over night one pint of good dry cue of chills and fever It is absolutely a <
The best with which to
antains. You can imagine thing polish beans; throw off this water, parboil fifteen and certain cure...- k
'* ck it was to the little eyeglasses and spectacles with is a bit of minutes
4 poor and put to boil in plentyof
What Is there b .tdellluck tbaamount
Moi the and rub
i i t; finding themselves suddenly newspaper. tcn glosses cold water with half a pound of fat anything In cards I "A good deal. 4

by glgantio Soudanese, six pork cut in slices. Simmer slowly till
-4lu ches in nearly double dry.Wheat is harvested in month of soft water needed. There Rev IT. P. Canon, Scotland, Dak., ,
height, every adding more I "Two bottles of Hairs Catarrh Cur tin
eight and weight, and black the year. In January the Australian should be two and a half quarts of it pletely cured my little girl." Hold by
.
[But my Zanzibaris, always crop is made and in December that of when done. Cut the pork in dice, and lla",, ,1Ia. _______________ 9
t er-hearted than Soudanese, Burmah.A rub that and the beans through a coarse Of course we are all poor worms of the yE
sieve colandar. Have but some of us are leas of the dual than
or
ready one
he clubbed rifle and cutlasses forty-year-old is seen daily pintof
.hing their lives there and the streets of Denison wagon Texas. It was cooked and thinly slices carrot i if very :My wife had been so long afflicted with
on large cut the slices in Mix her health became very bud. ,Quinine did
s ought them to me as prizes : made of bois d'arc known in the Northas quarters. ,
= and heat agree with her and I concluded to give 1
ne spirit as they would have. up with one quart of new milk, femjth'a Tonlo fcjrrup, and to my alto :
hawk moth mammoth osage orange.E. adding water if too thick. Just before two bottles made her perfectly well.-.
v | ig As or they stood I S.. Twing, Postmaster at Chester .serving add two ounces of butter, and Lee.,Blflbe Valley, Mlu. ,t
or inspection.
before I named the little i Cross Roads, Ohio, has received a check pepper to taste. The pork may be Mont men like to see themselves In t.
me, drawn in his favor from the Governmentfor omitted and more butter, or a cup of but women don't. They prefer.11k or .
and the miniature =
yci'I
M ore appropriate names woman in the one cent in settlement of his accounts. cream used in its place. Neglecting a child troubled with worms
('au.. It to have rplleptlo fits. Horrible I I +
culture is confined
[ on the Ituri, than the Vuku- Peppermint mainly It lit. Uall'e Worm Ltoetroyers at one k F
iokwa, which they gave us. to a few towns in central New YorK Bring Up Children Rationally. save the child.A .
and : and where it is carried i.'M n
Michigan, on
kht of the four feet
was
man ; It is as natural to a child to be happy woman's Id..or a true friend I. one
extensively there is, no doubt, considerable admlrea her children much she does
as
f woman a little less. lie may a
a as it is to a fish to swim. But for this
ed about eighty-five pounds; profit made in extracting the oil. they need a certain amount of "letting

r the body was that of a halfk W. 8. Williams, of Cherokee County, alone." It Is a great mistake for parentsto aelf.REASONS

e. and a light brown foil Ala., is the father of twenty-three children hamper their children With foolish re-

ery clearly, So far as naturce the eldest of whom is forty-nine strictions. Do not fancy your boy is i

i was concerned, within his years old, the youngest six. Mr. Williams made of gloss. Grant a reasonable request THE STEVENS PATENT 1

rience, he was certainly su- is in his seventieth year, and is still and let him feel that when you refuse (

ny black man in our camp. hale and vigorous. it is for his own good. The youngest ARE THE BEST. s

,ell es of woodcraft, for instance, The Treasurer of St. Clair County, child needs some sort of agreeable occupation :

otter than any of us; he knew Mich., received an envelops the other and a certain amount of physical -

:fruits were wholesome, and day containing $100 in It was freedom. There is nothing more pain BECACSK-Tne -
:beet money. ylele.d place m M
He could ful to young peoplo than to feel that life they have UJ / _
were poisonous. from ccnscience-stricken and ,
some man, is most in the Market for
dull routine and that
one "nothfBg
ivn us valuable lessons how to the only explanation inclosed was the lI.bIllIYaD4 special .,
"
ever happens, III we once heard a discon- fur rough uiage. &:I
through tho forest. I saw ::
ay fact that the wasn't his.
1'1 money solate lad remark. BZCACSX-They have features ef .
ho could adapt himself to cirIf that cannot be found la to
'
vii:| A smart Biddeford (Me.) boy has gone any
w.wJa.BECAUSEShoaI4. : r.
the pot was to end him, I Orate Dare
into the business of raising eagles. He .
ie shrinking only would betray I for size Boilers Va aa accident ooonr to t
any can bought at lowest ,
[< found three eagle's eggs in the woods part! a duplicate ol that part
if be to be treated .O
pain; were and carried them home, placing them prices of Joe 8. Nix,Atlanta,.Gav, who la the : runiilog again here,In and thirty the mlautei.BECAUSE watch < ,
could be
ly, none so ready auto :
nil affection and kindness, under a hen that had just commenced to leading dealer in fine Steam Engines, SawMills > -They are put Into the market
set. The eggs hatched, and the young a strong reapoiialble..d well
is, n to question him by gestures. eaglet are now doing well. ,Cotton.Gins and Timber Lands. Give bouiatro house, sad la protected .
know where we can a comprebenalve guarantee
get has volcano the length and width of your fire-box In orderIng lEND for illustrated catalogue.J. .
Manistique an a
ttc.t if': He catches the cue, he graspsow aqueous .d
us the size, and nods his spring of 250 feet wide and 400 feet grates. P. STEAMS A BHO.,
; ly, informing us that he knows long. The water and sand boil up froma Adam wu perhaps the first man who deemed

bud : d bananas of the size of his depth of sixty-five feet and throw the marriage a failure. 47 Whitehall ", ATLANTA,

sees that he can exaggerate as I little lake up Into conical shape. It C..Rrmed. i I

halll k Twain. We point to the supplies a creek twenty feet wide and The favorable Impression produced on the WALL
two feet deep the round.A .
of the year
compass question- first appearance of the agreeable liquid trait .

points to the sunrise in reply. veritable monstrosity was found In remedy Syrup of Figs a few years ago has BARGAINS !
lie shows a hand's length an empty tenement house in Galena,.I1L, ,
been more than confirmed by the
11 day'a journey without loads, in the shape of a kitten having four dis- pleasant experience w. will ctunatce all thaw clean new .- i.
:urdg of all who have used it, and the success made, sod lull length S yarda M the roll
,- with loads t "Do you know tinct heads, eight front feet and four' Aa li-,.. tell While back ..,... 3 le '"
lie nods his head rapidly. hind feet, all attached to one perfectly of the proprietors and manufacturers the Am W-ya. nil dllc ....... 0 14 lOo. 1

1 is it!" lie rests his right formed body The kitten was apparently California Fig Syrup Company. A. 8-ya.roil Embeaaed Ills Paper,8,.1

one ys on his elbow joint. "Oh, about week old and was one of a litter Whatever Noah's he lilt B.r....... 4 le 18 I.".... wide il '
arse shortcoming, knew .... yard.U.rder. .
:' journey. "Is there much of eight. enough to go la when it rained. per e v
.
I1hi wlikeet Gilt ill. I.e..t., ,
,leT! road!" He pats his abdo- By a new regulation recently made by The Secret ef S.eeeaa. yard. %
of f. -Jy, with an artful smile, and the Senate of the University of Vienna The rocceca that Meaara. Loomis A Nymanof lend *... la stamps for ......... ef the beat
two hands to a point in front students Tiffin O. have met with in the manUfacture ....I..'bargalaa ha oonuiry.3B '
on matriculating must presentthe Wei1 .
TOO of Boring Machinery U du.la"el, : XX. O-AJ3TT '
jff ;;,fiiom which we may infer that Dean of the Faculty which they wish to the fact that they have every facility for 303 1IJUII HTiteET,
hea will become like prostrate to enter with their photographs. These manufacturing ftrat-claee m chinea. and are ..., Pr..I..1I.. .
10' thoroughly responsible la all dealings, and '-
,bib :r We ask him w]y Aveliko has works of art will be used to identify have been engaged In the business tot over 80 BEECHAM'S

co f ftiod. The\little man attemptsthe j candidates when interesting questions as Ne..r..n.)ears. ".Also by Their a liberal advertlaemenl patronage of of"Bore the PILLS

sound of gunshots and cries I to "signing up,"etc., arise. 'lit familiar to moat reader All persons (Till BRUT Utllll IEMI9U
t" and we are informed quite intonated la the subject should write for '
3* catalogue. Core BILIOUS and
;
tly that the devastation is due
fr: yuema.It 'Tapping the Underflow. Erie: Uallwar* Herrotu uXS25ct8. .
ludiIt&
se we must have passed through What promise to be one of the most This popular Extern Line U running aolMveetibuled a Bdx.OB" .
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hundred inhabited important features water trains,consisting of beautiful day Asa DKUOOWTB. 'w
dl I I one villages Irrigation in coaches Pullman sleeping and dining can. : t
gmiea. Long however, before California has been brought forward at between Cincinnati Chicago. New York and l l
goiter them deserted and Riverside in the question to the Boaton All trains run via Lake Chantauo.ua ildAICMo ,
they were as rightto ; .
lit during the.0" and pan engera holding BORE WELLS ,
ined out. Our foragers andy tap underground flow, or percolating through tickets are privileged to atop off at this
have captured about fifty of water. wer14-tame4 twOrL 1M sari JOur Uck.is read 0..W.IIII..IoI... a.. ,,,._,
vta N. Y..L. 1:. W. R. B.TITS.tvvped a.LU.U,Io".n.."""W IYL l ;
rfs, only one of whom reached A company is at work upon a tunnel Sa.ydoY.YEWOVET l

t of ftfty-four inches. They which will tap the underflow that makes tree by Da. Suns'. dasae i e JyHis Cv. .:t's. a
\ v.RMTo.... No lilt. attar I1I'IIt ,.. .W r
a thirty-nine Inches to lefty a vast body of land around San Bernardino UH. farnloae t'tI'Tr UM and .N trial laal.w to Y ..dl.os.e!
Je3Qei aerally. They are so well pro- moist. Should this land be drained 1totl1e tree. >>r.Xliae. 811 Arch 8.. I'hII&.. PaI'm LOOMIS tTIFFIN.OHIO.MYIlAN

1 that, at first sight, they might to such aa extent that the moisture will -

$ v |for ordinary minklnd, but when I be diminished near the surface and thus So >I :
I Hungry a dwTil i yl in' t 1
A.sro. by their aide a European, a I compel irrigation where the character of eared at home

J I i ova Uahdl, they appear ex- the soil has heretofore not, required it, a OPIUM oat pain. Book ofpa

diminutive. By the side of great hardship will' tall upon propertyowners tlcalaneral.WOOLUY.M,. .

ear s [ mature age a Zanzibar boy of and protracted litigation will Says NeariyEveryone 1ce 1Of WUMaaU :

HOTB ronld appear large. foilow. It is a wholly distinct feature fa

. I cultural settlements In this riparian law, and may result In riparian After TakingA Make Your Oin Ausl

. Oaf [ to be found every nine or tens legislation. It would seem to be] much Frfae IM at Bog Yaakl.r.lrw.a4 t
i % and each the that artesian Few Doses of .w., CECB. .'
near settlement at on same principle one Tr iosl die ,!T.l::.. Uhla.OL0 !
dotfor s arch distance, will U found well may be sunk on a lower level than

eighty pygmy village situ- another, and diminish or even dry up iU PENSIONS "Ota OLAIMN HKW .'! i ,

&gI! be path leading to it. Th flow, yet the owner of the upper well flood'sScirsaparilla ass ala.k A6 y Ys.sl.M.:. V/Mawa btwrU..a, r.a ,.

flu are very'Industrious, has BO recourse at law. The question Is ,-... l..ts.AlwS .W-klylu% a.Q
hi3Y >g of from four with immense to
; hundred fraught importance .TV.*. ....H"J' .
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aces Amid tha prod Southern California, and the result will HOlE =-.. AIra. .* -==:.. .

..they fa plat their buu and be watched with gnat Interest.--SaDit .,..... ....1.salsa... U r 1 .Hall.... et. saiw 14 p.
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Continued from First .
Page. Court convened at 11 a. m., Tue.+day. lic !ro "f," Ii
...........- Present: Hon. John D. Broome, JUl'IOjA. ; = v +,.:) '.: I .' '\"

1. S. Watson Co. want 1,000 boxes A. Stewart, Clerk J. E. Bowman, 0 IIv i ;:;:.. tricks and **{ :" :\ '
L uhnusl'd'the list of
of lemons Sheriff; J. D. Beggs, State's Attorney; 0 That the Merchants hare about ; ,. : 1".

and members of the bar.J. o S-S dodges in advertising in their vain efforts to get "cost" for their old; <,,:
Ir. Sam Hay lifts purchased! Mr. Ed. D. Bcpgs moved the Court to admit ...... x
Julia street. who U 'iF == C stocks of good, which they bought on LON& TIME, at correspondingly; :f : :
Titus' house, on L. (I. Bralnard Esq., a member 0 .. () i :",
-Rev. J. N Jones will preach at the of the bar of the State of Illinois, to 0 ()- LONG PRICES. "That little shop on the corner, with its crisp, .; -. :_ .
law In the several court of the () >
Methodist church on Sunday. /State practice of Florida. This motion was granted i'i l= 1 g =a cash prices, has 'broke sera, all up.! : .%, :.:' : ,

-Rev: A. E. Heyscr, with all hl stock and L. G. Brainard, after taking the ,t4 "'0 1\ i&t,. ." ; .

and household elects, started for his usual oath, was duly admitted to practice Ul When DEBTS made SOMEBODY MCST PAY THEM. SOMEBODY must pay*:' ;;. I
are
place at Oak Law, Monday.Mr. law In open court. The court then "
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and Mm. E. L Brady start, tomorrow took a recess until 2p. m. o 1 the book-keepers' salary; somebody must pay the difference between: 'Hq'> .;:

morning, for a hip to New York The grand jury then announced that ito == > a the cost of goods bought for cash-discounts off and the same bought' ;';f .
had selected 1. Stewart foreman ;

they Q. aa
and other places north. and after being instructed by ,tho 8p s +-+ on long time. You who pay,your bills once a month MUST SETTLE tOR'' f .' 't t"I. ',:
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Some correspondence was unavoidably Court, retired to their deliberations. D ALL THESE THINGS. r .j, ,t.rj.; .
William Hendry was worn as bailiff. t + '1-- ..
omitted this week through n

upon our space. pressure The p. m.petit Wednesday.E. Jurors were. excused until 10 w e ; -=. c:+ II. Think it over, and watch this space for the remedy.I. ,. .',.:"l1..,... :':."..Y,,. .

Messrs. John Houston, W. Roesch II. Tutten being brought before the A' -" ,- ;
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and A. 1:. Hodgson, of E.tu Oallle, were Court, that his mental condition mightbe e ; t-r E. L. :se..A.D ., r
order "
into the
inquired following was
callers at Our ofilce this ucek. g's P 4
made: "That the sheriff of Brevard 5
-The Cocoa baseball team arrived In county, Florida, is ordered to deliver (Jq g Groceries Grain Hay Garden Seed FertilizerI :-: '

town last night, to play against the TI- mild luuatie to the superintendent of the h-I '
of the State of Floridafor
tusville team to-day. Lupatlo Indigent Asylum Insane, and the clerk of the N $. ow W.O call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of 'v

Next week, Master B. Fritchard court Is hereby ordered to tax the costs StJiple Ac Fancyroeerie4, Fruit
leaves .town, for HuntgUlle, Alabama, of this proceeding to the State of flori- .
where he will attend school.Mr. da." 0 1i And Food ProductsOf

F. P. H.WHler, of Averill, was in TilE CASKS! mSTOBED! OP FOIl TERM.Samuel : S! g, All Kinds. Also My Stock of

town this, woek. Ho took a little exercise Eckman and A. Vetsburg vs ... tj oA Grain Hay Bran Cotton Seed Meal '
while !Ih our olHco, which put him Stephen Ryder. Continued. !::' 00 ,
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In mind of old times. Henry b. Sanford vs. Robert Morrow, :t:1': ID Ground Food and "'l.eat.

-Engineer Fitzgerald, wife and two sit. ,Continued by consent. C ell I am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively In the above line of
children: took a trip to Juno and back Fran Klein vs. C. L.. Hutchinson. oods. I buy close, and will sell close. I Invite your correspondence and solicit

this week, and report the Lake Worth Continued by consent. your patronage. Very truly.,
country ,I... being "lovely." Edith Patterson vs. C. L. Ilutchlnson.. E. =a. T3d.DY.
Continued by consent. '
-The meeting of the Ladies Guild at Wlgnall & Tweltrldge vs. I. R. Land WALTER S. GRAHAM .
GEORGE M. ROBBINS
Mrs. Spencei'n, yesterday afternoon, was and Improvement Co., of New York: KNOX the Painter .
well attended. The next meeting will Continued. Attorney-at-Law. Attorneya1J.aw.Graham
be held at the residence of Mrs. M. P. ,
State of Florida vs. William Taylor, Will do and ALL KISDH of PAINT-
Jtobblns, any
Tuesday afternoon, September
gaming. Bond escheated and gclro fa- Bobbins &
Dili. Ladles of the parish are cordially tins ordered. ING, such an House and Sign Work,
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invited to uttenJ.L. Court then adjourned until 10 a. m. Graining In Distemper or Oil

R. Decker writes us from Harriman WEDNESDAY. Colors; Paper Hanging or

Tenn., town less than six months Court convened at 10 a. m. Stencil Work, Antiqueand Real Estate Dealers.
old with a d.ll1YII,1per, bolt railway, etc.,
and where The grand jury reported that they did Mosaic Glass .
our popular contractor has not find a true bill in the case of the
struck It rich, that he has contract on State of Florida vs. Belle Ulanchard. Stain. ALL KINDS OF PROPERTY BOUGHT, SOLD, AND EXCHANGED.
hand for $24,000 worth of buildings. We Special attention to Natural Wood
They an Indictment against
are glad to hear of his good luck,, but John Addison, charged with stealing an Finish. Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Company.

Lope he will not think of remaining at animal. All articles of Furniture made to lookas
Ills present location during the coming Titusville Ih'ovarcl Co. Florida.
well as new. Estimates and work ,
wlnter.for If present indications are worth Court convened at 2:30 p. m., and the ,
anything, builders and contractors are case of C. W. Home vs. Smith Bros., done anywhere on Indian River. p. O. Box, 2:>0. .
Office the ladder TITUHVILLE FLA.
on ,
going to bo In heavy demand In Titus- ejectment, was called for trial After We Buy and Sell All Kinds of heal Estate, and are Sole"Agents for a '
ville during tho coming winter. considerable argument on behalf of the' W. K. KNOX. 1 large, list of carefully-selected Properties in all parts of Brevard county.
plaintiff by Messrs. Thrasher, Jones and KtMAiiLK Information furnished as to character, location and value of any Prismspemty
Atkinson, and by McsHrs. Robbing and ,
Indian River.
on ,
Uraham and Gaulden in behalf of the defendants
COCOA 'IN RUINS. a non-suit was taken by the ", Our facilities for the transaction of a general Heal Estate business are unequalled
plaintiff and every effort will be made to give perfect satisfaction to Intending Purchasers:
who may favor us with their patronage. '
Th> following cases wore disposed. :j
No Properties listed unless the Title is Perfect.
Unfortunate Disaster ; Some Families Francis A. Ransom vs. J. T. Sanders 3.
and J. A. Walker, ejectment. Continued : > Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring large bodies of Low-

Almost-Destitute ; Heavy Loss. on plaintiffs motion, and they were I .-... 0 Cy /) Priced Lands. Write for Descriptive Catalogue.,
allowed to rile an amended declarationby
Our Cocoa correspondent writes us as October rule day, 1890. _w w -
follows > w.AHD8-1'ILI : ALBERT A. '.\YL r.--
; State of Florida vs. John Addison, o ..... -
Precisely) at nine o'clock Tuesday larceny of animal. Case continued on = .I.j
motion of defendant the () b STILING & TAYLOR
morning, the usual quiet of our town on ground v 0
wa disturbed by the cry of "}'Irer' the that It was Impossible to get attendanceof .F.... 1".J ,
alarm being given by some one who came his witnesses this term. Court then
rushing out of O. K. Wood's furniture adjourned until 10 a. m. ? O

store, on the second floor 'of which the THURSDA.Y.Court =-= 4"! ro > COCOA -y INDIAN RIVER # FLORIDA

disaster had its origin. It was plainly convened at the appointed hour,
evident, at a glance, that any attempt to when the petit jury were excused for the en DEALERS IN
save the houses was useless; so all term. Z
persons
set to work, with willing hands to 2 tr1kJ -1 Paints Hardware Stoves Tinware & Agateware
save all goods possible, forDickson Bros Tho grand jury brought In a true bill = S ,
and against Carrie S. Holt, larceny. Continued "
0. K. Wood. until the next term. PLLMBERS' & MILL SUPPLIES, OILS, GLASS &: PUTTY, TABLE
When the heat became so Intense that Qp ; &; POCKET CUTLERY, BARBED WIRE, WIRE NETTING -
the bravest were driven back, the next In the case of Rogers, et al, vs. Schell, .t WIRE CLOTH.XDoox9 .
scone of action Wall the moat market and suit for damage done by negligently set- >
Stllingi Taylor's stove room; they,how. ting a fire which injured the plaintITs
ever, soon took fire, and were abandon- premises, a motion was made to strike :j V
ud.The certain pleadings. Motion granted: To .g
next most Important point to defend which defendant excepts. Plaintiff <
were O. K. Wood's residence and granted until October Rules to amend ::1. 0 00
the old Fisher building; as the former declaration. Jones and Atkinson represented p itxf"pqui -
was the keystone to both blocks north, the plaintiffs, and Oaulden, f n 0,
And the latter to nearly all of south Co- Robbins and Graham, the defense. """"" .O
o ..- ,
coa. Never did an unorganized body of Orders were made, re-establishing a .
Pi
:anon* work u men did on this List build. lost deed, made by the heirs of John ,., ,. .

g. Houston, deceased; and a lost note for 3.g- f.-
The heat from the flames of Stillng & 10,800, In favor of C. B. Magruder. .W ... i
Taylor's fine building was most Intense
,
T.he made brief
grand
jury a pl'eae'nt.ment
living not more than twenty distant
paces of the usual tenor, and Court ad-
but this was not to be consideredat
the time; a line wan formed, and hundreds journed. Sash, Blinds: Br1.ok .,

were paused upon hundred from the liver of palls to the of scorching water .4. Prosoher, Lime & Cement, Shingles & Lath.
TITUSVILLE, FLA., '
roof. -/V'illiom: Putoh
Only the untiring energy and strenuous Keeps a full Metallic and Guns, Ammunition, and Fishing Tackle of all kinds. Ship Chandlery Goods,
efforts of the crowd saved the bank, Wooden Drayman.Hauling Gause Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasoline Stoves, Coffiins and Caskets
.Jo:. E. Hill's residence, and all of the south Coffins, Cases niul Casket all done at reasonable and rates. Attends ; ARTESIAN WELL PIPE a specialty. Lawn Mowers, Ice
departing
meets all arriv
Cream Freezers Brick, Lime, Cement and
; Chimney
Pipe
end of the burning block. The fight on ;
Funerals attended if desired. All trains.
orders ing
Flags and Bunting; Table and Pocket Cutlery
() Wood's
K. residence was almost as ;
promptly executed and at reasonable Orders left wIth G. B. Rumph or at
Fresnal Side
Lights, Mouldings, etc., etc.
vigorous, though the danger was not allgl'at. rate*. Embalming done. 2 ADVOCATE office will receive
by large odds. attention.This prompt Catalogues, sample cards and size ItsU gent free on application. Currexpondcnc solicited and
estimate furnished promptly. ,
At 1:1:30: further danger was I
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crowd, now numbering several hundred -, "
won women and children, white and< a J. S. Watson
colored, were permitted to take a rest i i Co.

111 11 short "bile everything was under ). .
control, and the anxious inhabitant ,
1>breathed good dual freer. !

The loss is quite heavy and Is pretty ,. Commission

near the. following: killing k Tailor, r.. i I ,, _. > _
6tIOOO; E. Stiling. $1QOO '
; ; O. K, Wood .'1 ': ;; -- ,
$3, OOj; Dlckson Bros., $1,000; C. J. ... AND
SihoouuuVer, (i50.it '

lobs of is hard tltr families to obtain, who an estimate lived In of tha the Sl:> aCe" Reserved I FORWARDING MERCHANTS

k t'u
>U.: %jlueof some unoccupied
loulltlln::.. The house occupied by Dlck-
son liros. is probably 1,000 loiwi. <<

'foallt.tI/t is about $ ,(JOO, covered by FOR Dealers in Fertilizers
*>uly #5,000 Insurance on Stiling: Tay-
lor's ato,'k. and Stllln(. personal property ,

All the business! houses have re- J?. Henderson & Oo'w Om-cleii
rented, and will resume bukiueksery : Seeds,


KOUU.'umiMit have limute Sue bwnkt! oi condition the rted families for, and their are subscriptions relief.In an SAJ'IR.AV Orange Boxes, Crates & paper. '

This U, doubtless, the Urge fire this
MX.turn has em had, but aU take it welL

better It is than very ever.probable that all w IU rebuild .. CEMENT, PLASTER & HAIR. AGENTS FOR OCALA LIME.

t Agents for the C. F. T.
Tbetat.t account says s -" "- REFRIGERATOR CARS '
Total '2O, 'ti.: Insurance Will ruroUh
(
13 .ooo.U .. 'anThea
., !.if\&. } Desired and see that they; are
.\ of the merchant properly; WADED ICED.BIUU -
hate started "
Inwita \ ED, ud TRACED .
the Intention of staring. Minna& ;: .. I....... : ; ,b I I L will to DwUutloa. '
Taylor have &1rti'adYlot a(alt stock,7ml!I i ,' wt i 00 Buy aU kinds of Fruits, Vegetables, Fun and Skins 'in fact

!receiving good nearly every day _A ,,, ,; ... ...,... ... W* Buy and Sell anything offered to 'U8. '.
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!I"' .
located in U
They ant their ... .. '
warehouse or I ;;\: w' \" .oI. "' -. ll_ ft. xborr.pond.nce
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solicited
'iI i ; ,
t&t) dock. .... ."' : .. ..q r. on any wants you may have. '
-to' -' ;. ', Respectfully J. S. WATSON CO
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