East Coast advocate
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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: September 12, 1890
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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: 1. TITUSVILLE, FLA.., FRIDAY, SEPT. 13, 189O. No. 5. ,;


'\ CHCRCH NOTICES.: -J. S. Watson & Co. want 1,000 bush Gents stylish! white 'vesta just in at -Mi*. Francis Sabate returned Monday -Wo wish to call the attention of our '. I"+ '

t els of guavas. Goldsmith Uros.I from his visit to St. Augustine.Mr. readers to the new ads. (if W. R. llchdry 1, '
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. one of Mlms' prominent merchants and t ,
-Have you neon Eugene Knroph's new Ooo. DavicK of Sanford has
/ l'reachln every Sabbath at 11 a. in. and 1Mi -:Mrs. A. J. Mitchell and family came also to that of T. W. Smith's, both on
i .-. in. Suliliath School at 9:a0 a. m. Prayer delivery wagon ? Wen spending a few da.ln town. ..
from Jupiter to upend Sunday in ,
I meeting! every Wednesday evening at 7:311.f' -Will Knox left here for 8.Mr.
David of Eau Gallic yesterday,
Kev. Jso. Fov, Pastor. Titusville\ returning next day. -Mr. Stewart, I'alatkn where ho has J. P. Turner had narrow escape :, ,,
has been in town a few days this week.J. accepted n position of serious injury to his right eye "
-There Inch in tho ofllce.Special .
was one rainfall yesterday telegraph ,'
BAPTIST CHURCH.Treschlnjt :while bird shooting tho tlrst of tho week,
afternoon. Rain began at 3 m. S. Watson A Co. want IOOOboxcs -. offer this month of ladle '
every 4th Sunday at It a. m. and p. tho powder hating: taken notion to s
t'( p. m. Sunday school every Sunday at 41. mayer and ended at 7:30 p. m. i of lemons. $4.00 and $'.OO French kid l shoes for 2.0 como out where It had no business. It .'
meeting every Thunday at 1% p.m.Uev. Sanders and.3.50. Geo. It. Humph. U now nearly well ugaln.! ''
-Miss Fannie cousin of our .
'R A.I).Con EH,Pastor. -A telegram just to hand nays Senator Engineer Fitzgerald fimll he could
Call will\ arrive this\ evening and It- county solicitor, has been spending a nit '
not rent a houi in town has bought a Thomas Kaplan. .
CATHOLIC CHURCH. liver his speech at tho Court House. couple of days in town. She returned
; lot, and will build M soon as piwslhlo.Tho I

|.;IIIMs ornlng and at Sermon Maxonlo at hall.10 o'clock a. m. Sunday Some of the most stylish Hoys' and homo toIay.'rhe baseball match, 1)l\'ellll\.Ht: Friday Thomas Alford llaglan, who nan boon ,

Rev. Father O'llovLK, Pastor. Youths' Suits, long or short pants, aro newest and nobbiest varieties of afternoon, between tho Titusville engaged; in tho fish business on Indian '.
and Cocoa nines ended in favor of Titusvlllo River, and whoso !genial demeanor had ,
be 'I'
to found tho counters of Goldsmith
on Youths and'Do's' Hats
Gents, are just 20 to 12. won him many friends, died at Titusvlllo ,s

I LOCAL NEWS. Bros. put on sale at (Goldsmith Bros. Master 11. Prltrlianl started this last Sunday night/ after a very short Ill\ ",: "
-For sale tho formerly Joo Smith returned from 110x$. Ho had taken a homestead on tho '
cheap, building Captain morning for tho llantsvlllo military \
St. Lucle River only n few weeks
:i occupied by us as a real estate office, Jacksonville Saturday evening last: lookIng academy, Ala. A good many of his where ho was taken sick and Immediately ago; .

( Society and General Gossip In connection opposite the bank. Easy terms. Applyto much improved health.Tho friends were at the train, bidding him brought; to Titusvlllo by his friend

P\with Indian Klver and Lake Worth ecE Robbins & Graham. steamer St. Lucie, In commandof ",11 cu.Our and partner Geo. W. Seoble, who secured '
tlons during past week. Brier mention ort late townsman, Mr. E. II. Pur medical aid and did all ho could to > !?-
V Interesting Events*) About I'eople YouKnow -Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Brady started on Captain Bravo, made a quick passage dy was in town tho tlrst of the week, minister to his comfort without avail. ,': .' .

,) : and People Ton Don't Know Saturday morning's train, on their way from Jupiter on Sunday arriving hero and started for Jupiter and other placesIn Deceased was njtOtll\boutf'lI'tYlan.lIeavolI: .
,|rick Hl np by Our Society Editor. to New York and other northern places, at tour o'clock a. m. Dado county, Wednesday. no family. The cause of his death was ...

where they expect to remain about a Mrs. J. II. Philips,of Melbourne, started -Mr. Ed. Miller left for Jupiter this an acute, I Inflammatory bowel affection. ,

fw -Get the ADVOCATE at Dr. Scrcven's.'lye on Tuesday' train for Obcrlln, Ohio. morning. Ho says he IlLolllJ! ( to "help
: month six weeks.
or Sickness Is tho cause of her sudden de lay: the cablo to connect the telephone To-Day. ;

Cents per copy.J. -Mr. J. H. LcTournau, Eden, started parture.Mr.. i with the wlro at Jupiter Signal Station.J. [Telegraph to EAST COAST ..ADVOCATE. : '

S;(- S. Watson & Co. are headquarters fer New York Saturday morning, and Frank Everett, of Fort Tierce, S. Watson & Co can supply ',

( or' all kinds of fertilizers. will\ be away about two months. It Is sent a pair of deer antlers an present with fresh garden needs! cheaper than FoBTPuncE:, FLA.Sopt12th1800.. f

i -A. A. Stewart is spending a few days the first time he has visited the northin so Lieut. Swift, of the Signal Service you can send oft and got thorn., Try ns, Miss Piety Hair, of Fort Drum, Is visiting ;I

|kt down river points on buMness.Mrs. office, hero, this week, anllt Is needless and see for yourselves.Conductor her aunt, Mrs. E. Carlton. I
six years. to'say he Is quite proud of them. Mr. U. S. Itoynolds expects his wifein
: S. A. Bravo and \ returned Vlllcret has gone on the
family A" few days. She has boon spending
-Yew goods are now opened at Goldsmith -Do you owe Stiling & Taylor, the main line for a few days to take the
from old home East
their tho at their
| trip to Jupiter this week. summer ,
'j urns, dally. Ladles can find there hardware and paint dealers, Cocoa, anything place of a sick conductor. Mrs. Vlllurrt\ Hartford Conn. .

-Mr. J. W. Huntington arrived\ at Flannel Blouses In all styles and patterns. ? If so, go and pay them; they and daughter are anxiously looking forFrank's i' Mr. Julius, Taylor, of Now Haven

Enterprise( Tuesday, from his northern Also Bert Caps for Misses, anti Surah need the money. *, return. Conn., treasurer of tho Florida CanningCo.

trip. Sashes in varieties. -Tho Belle, of Eau Gallic, arrived Sergeant II. B. Itci-scy returned to town ., writes that ho Is trying 'to arrange) .
0 here Sunday evening, In command of Wednesday evening from his Inspectionof his business(() as to start for Indian Ulv-, .
little took
itA very pleasant gathering -Town Council did not hold their regular tho telegraph lino. Ho noted mmygreat
., J. E. M. Hodgson who or sometime next month. Ho has a
o 0. Capt camo up very.
|dace jot Mrs. M. E. Gruber'a Tuesday meeting yestenlthere living no for lumber, etc. Sho started buck next ; improvements on his way to Jupiter pretty residence hero.

j evening.Mr.. quorum present, the three "Us"-Brady, day. and back.Mr. -Mr. J. E. AVhatley, of Lemon v(1

J. F. Lewis was at Turnbull on i Brown and Belcher. -being out of town. -L. B. Owen,, the photographer, left -last: night and Mrs.from A. their C. Gardner northern returned trip. was in town Monday Inviting every ..nt to

Tuesday I surveying !a? pleco-of land for' -Mrs. J. A, Miller and IHtlo. daughter for his homo at fleula, this morning, Mr. Gardner baa purchased a largo stockof : to a dance at his placo: Friday' \ nfycbt.! ,;j
This Is tho canto dance we wero Invitedto
[Sheriff Bowman. Lillian came on the St. Lucle Sunday having done a good dual of business nice, fashionable goods, which our -
up one Never mind F.lcky,
w hllo hero His friends will\ be gild to readers would do well to examine year ago.
t -Mrs. C. II. Watson left here Mondayon and started again Monday morning for see him buck again.Subscriptions wo.wlll gut there just tho canto t+
Heal estate has to hands
a visit of week or so with' Mr. and Atlanta, Georgia, where she will remain for the ADVOCATE begun change Mr. Reuben Carlton and son* expectto
may S. II. E.
pretty lively. Kay, L. Brady,
about a month or sit.Mr. not ont five acres of tonmtotmthls fall.
,|.Mrs. A. J. Mitchell, Jupiter.A. by left with Messrs. Stiling & Taylor, D. W. Tuttle, E. Hosford, and UobblimA Tomatoes ought to lit cheap this winter, "

Mr. Jeffords, junior, arrived in L. C. Van Landlngham In now by the residents of Cocoa and vicinity, Graham have all been guilty of indulging as nearly every one nere who has suitable .

town last week, and the parents are delighted occupying the position as mall agent between which will be placed promptly on our their speculative propensities during land Is going into tho tomato busU
Melbourne Are past ten days, and have added to
this and his .
over the event. place list. their holdings of Titusville\ lots. ness. ___________ __ .

-Money Money! t Money 11 1 to brother having accepted a berth with -Mrs. Kate Roberts, of Jupiter, made -Mr. J. I'. Blake I* domiciled at the JITITEK, FLA., Sept. 12th., 1800

If loan on real estate. Apply to Robbins Mr. L. C. Oliver In the lumber business.Mr. a flying trip to town Sunday morning/ court house during Mr. Stewarts absence, Mr. Neal will soon build a nlco rcsU

a Graham Titusvlllo Fla. F. T. Budge Is making quite an returning on steamer St. Lucio Monday and succeeds very well In attending to denco on the lot purchased from Capt.
morning.: This was her first visit to Titusville the wants of the many callers that have Armour. "
';jMrs.. S. II. Kay and children returned Improvement to'his store by having \ In four years. business at the clerks office. We hope de.'
The residence of P. P. Hardin wa
his front window on either side of"the The steamer Georgiana In commandof 'Alex's" present absence from the
I to town Sunday, having had a very stroycd by tire a few mornings ago. Ev. .
main entrance, extended, tho full width, Captain :Mercier, started for Eau Gal. he fills HO well may not bo the shadow and Insiu
pleasant Indian and the low. orythlng was consumed no
trip on which considerably improves Its appear. lie, Tuesday, with the pile-driver In tow, of a coming event of a permanent character ranco. ,
I er rivers. which Is to be used for driving piles for .
ance. Mr Dave Johnson of Cocoa ha moved
-Mr. W. p. Lawshe was around town the new dock. -Mr. M. B. Bunnell, who has Wn at
_ -Five out of the eleven large palmetto the dull of the club house Haul- to Jupiter, and will run a truck farm
past night and this morning, shaking -Notwithstanding season new near Pepper on the ArmoiMT place, In tho sound. HU
[hands with hii many friends. trees, net out on the east lido of the Indian the year, tho Luna House, under the over, returned to town Wednesday. lIe family will be quite an addition to our .
able of Mrs. has left for I'alatka and
Hotel, are nearly dead. As these management Singleton, yesterday, expects settlement.
-The Baptist Church, here, has purchased been receiving a fair,share of public patronage to return -nght.! Judging from his i
palms are an ornament to the hotel Mrs. C. II. Watson and son, family of the
f a building lot 00x100 Palm statement, the club expect to have considerable
grounds, we hope Mr. Hutchinson will\ sport at their comfortable genial pursoronSt. Augustine, are spcmU '.
tatreet: from Mr. J. C. Norwood.By have them replaced. ,9 quarters next winter Mr. Corey Is expected Ing a fow days with! Mrs. A: J, Mitchell. .

; referring to our advertising columns --- back In a few weeks. Ca pt. Valll, of tho floating hotel.

:, it will be observed that two of ThoTnilitary company hail organized We shall bo to Rocklodge, Is expected dally, and intends
our permanently, and elected their officers. pleased ) and Mrs. McFadden and son,
-Cart. making extensive repairs on his boat for
prominent draymen are soliciting the They will noon begin their drill practice. receive a share of your I Gallie, have been spendinga \ the coining winter. ,

> patronage of the general public.Mr. ., Parties wishing to join the organizationmap {\Vork-envelopes,}1 few days In town. Itoy's visit to town
leave their names with II. F. Atkinson letter-heads, note-heads, [ savor a little of orange blossoms in the The question of considerable\ Import"now

k and Mrs. Geo. W. Morton, whoP J. P. Goldsmith, E. D. Itaney, or bill-heads\ statements, I near future He, In company with Miss Is where will the tourists stop, thu '

have' been on their place at Heath, returned any of the members.Mr. or anything else. Bertha Cook, gave us a call, but we were coming season, If no one builds a hotel
--- out of stock of the article most Accommodations at present aro not very
[ to town Monday. Mrs. Morton Geo. S. Adams, who has been they '

has been on the sick list this week. spending nearly three months betweenhis h needed. Eau Gallic and Melbourneltes good. _____________ :
friends at Lake Worth and Eau Gal- must look out for a grand jubilee ere '

-We understand that Mr. J. S. Watson lie, returned to Cochrin, Georgia, Wed Stlllng\ & Taylor, hardware and paint long. Haulover Hash.

!i bas shipped more lemons from Titus- nesday, not forgetting to enroll bin name dealers Cocoa, Fla., were burned out, -The pay car of the J. T. A K. W. ICy

'ville this week than has ever been ship- among the ADVOCATE'S list\ of subscribers but are again In business In their storeon Co. i* away behind time, not having put Fresh rumors of a large hotel at thus
ped from here In week before. before leaving. While at Eau Gallie In an appearance since' July 10th. The point are again afloat. What Florid '
one the wharf. Go there and
any he purchased ten acres of land from Mr. express "
employ and their patrons, the hotel town can't have a "large hotel f\lDlorr' ,
: -To arrive at Goldsmith Bros.: A Gus SnelL George will return to Eau your sympathy to tho amount of your and boarding house keepers and merchants Judge Jones, county judge, and llobt. J

I large variety of Towelings, Sheetings, Gallie from New Ebcnezer College about indebtedness.A as a result, are also belated In coinIng Morrow, county commissioner, lent their :J
next June.
I Table Cloths, and other Household very pleasant meeting of the to time. May It. welcome whistle august! presence for a few hours to this .j
-'Goods, in a few days. -Why is it go many of our exchangesstate Ladles' Guild of St. Gabriel's Episcopal soon bo heard In our neighborhood again community, ou Monday. It I* suspected j
that the Indian River Steamboat Church was held at the residence of Mrs. and a goodly store of the "almighty" that they came here to "fix things" po,
fi. -Major C. B. Magruder,of Rockledge, Co.'s steamers don't arrive in Titusville U. 31. Robbins Tuesday afternoon. The be disbursed for circulation throughoutthe litically this precinct 1

I --'passed through town Wednesday night, until 11:50 p. m., when It Is a wellknownfact next meeting will be held at Mrs. E. B. many channel where its absence George F. Ilollerian, captain of the

| en route for to the bedside of his son, that Captain Bute has been bringing Wager's residence on Friday afternoon Is at present so conspicuous. dredge, Chester, received a very severe 1

'' George M. Magruder, who I* seriously the this steamer St.before Augustine o'clock Into the wharfat next, the 19th \Inst. -Rev. J. N. Jones has returned from Injury on Monday. While tightening nit :

I'; ill at his home at Oak Hill. for some place months seven past ? The correct p. m. -In the marriage notice of Mr. Chas. his trip to South Carolina, looking quite a bolt the wrench slipped and be fell, .
Converse t1ure811 a alight error, whichwe strong and hearty. He reports' having receiving a bad wound on tho back of
-Mr. Geo. B. Rumph left for Jacksonville table, signed by Supt. W. B. Watson, hasten to correct. We were Informed spent a most enjoyable time at the home the head and a laceration of the back.
will be found four.
."- Monday, on his way to New on page that Mr. Convene married a Miss M. J. of his parent; and attribute his rapid It was thought'for a time that the Injury

York and other places to select various -Mr. J. P. Goldsmith returned to Jacksonville Ogden; whereas It was a Mid M. J. recovery to the medical treatment lie received might be fatal, but under the skillfulcare
from his northern the Whittaker at the bond of his father and vl one of amateur doctors
: for the He will trip] on with whom he entered the our .
goods coming season. Clyde steamer Iroquois, on Friday, and holy bond of matrimony. the change of air and scenery The rev. whom modesty forbid us to mention hbt"

< remain north three or four weeks. arrived here the same evening. He reports .-Capt. J. 8. Matheson of Sanford, ar- gentleman preached In town last Sun name, I* on the road to recovery.The .

-Mrs. Hodgson and Miss Florrie, of a very pleasant time while away. rived In town Tuesday, and now occupiesthe day, and the coming Sunday be will t>0i- new dredge ha* arrived, and or.

Eau Game; and the Misses Allie and The trip ban evidently done him lot of position a* billing clerk, vacated ate at Osteen. tiers have been received from head<]uar.

"Mottle Nicholson, of Hartland, were good, if his general appearance may be some time back by M. E. Moore, at the .Captain W. B. Watson was observedon furs to push the work on the canal with '

< pleasant caller at our office on Monday. taken for to anything.welcome him His back.many friends end of the railway wharf. We understand the train, Monday morning, overflowIng all possible dispatch. It begin to look
were glad During
the Captain is an old Dellarry with smile Our reporter wondered a* If somebody wa pushing the
They came up on the yacht Belle,sailing hill absence he paid visit to some of the gong"
man and come here well recommendedas
what had happened that morning, to ny up, and as If the cut was
back again Monday afternoon, after finest wholesale houses In New York a gentleman of sterling worth and make the Captain so very happy, aud to bo needed next Mason by some steamboat -
and other cities and selected that
': viewing all the sight In town. good ability.Mr. concluded it was over the good bargain company Several bet have been
will do credit to Tittuville and the Indian
-We have mislaid some of the name River E. C. Thomas, book-keeper for he had made for his company at Eau made between our citizens a* to whetherwe
i country Mr. L. C. Oliver expect to return to Gallie. The surmise however, wa not shall be regaled with the sight of rival
of those who sent them Into the A
vo-l -A pair of excellently made cast-Iron Melbourne tomorrow, where he will, In correct for upon Inquiry we discovered steamer puffing toward Daytona
CAn before-our first number wa Issued. gear wheels arrived here for Capt. Peter future be Interested In the general store the fact that he was off toAckworth, and one chronic skeptic has wagered his E

{Anyone who ha asked us to place their Neilson Tuesday. They were manufactured of Mr. E. P. Branch, who started on a Georgia, to see his 'better half," whomwe money that we won't have any. Won't '

I name on our subscription list, and who by the Congard Iron Work Co., visit to Savannah and other place on learn U considerably enjoying herselfat be gmnd stuff to see the bland smile of the s;f
L has Columbia, 8. C., and were chipped according Wednesday. A* Mr. Thomas I* well- the above place. Captain Watson ex rival captain a* they bid for the com-
r failed to receive the ADVOCATK, will to order, to Mr. Goldsmith, oj known In Melbourne and neighborhood, poets to return to-morrow evening. A coerce of this point We are on the fence '

do a* a favor by communicating the fact this place, who order*largely,machinery: his friend will be glad to see him back change will do him good a* he I. a pretty as yet A free pas I* the long 1'014 that

as early a* convenient of aU klndJI. again. hard worker for LU company. will secure our influence. .

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the 'East COSt[ Ateie. THE NATIONAL CAPITAL graphs remain which for action.were passed After a over brief informally executive TELEGRAPH AND CABLE strike questions is practically are mooted at, however An end. Various among

session, tho aenate.adjourned. the strikers. In some quarters, it is hinted
i In the house, on Thursday, Mr. Cummings -
that the non-union will be
of New York to
rising a questionof
TTTUSVILLr., t FLORIDA. join the uGion in order to get better
CONGRESS., privilege, protested, in a lengthy and BUSY WORLD.A wakes, nnd thiit the fight,ill hI resumed.
sarcastic speech ngainst his blacklist '
within tn !lllYS .
ing" by the famous! Cannon resolution.Mr. I emncAHT or OUTSIDE AFFAIRS CONDENSED -- --
Cummings was frequently interrupted niOST :KKWSY DISPATCHES
DELIBERATIONS OCR by Mr. Kerrof Iowa, and Mr. Dun- most UNCLE RAM'S DOMAIN AND WIIAT -- .
OF MOMENTOUS INTEREST TO nell of Minnesota. At the conclusion
CHIEF NOTES OF AN INTER Cumm'ngV speech. Mr. Lacy, of Iowa, -
ESTING NATURE. election from called up the Clayton-Brecklnridge elec. Tho strike of miners at Brussels, Belgium --
Brecklnridgo .
I Arkansas, was taken up in the house Lion a sse. Mr. O'Ferrell, of Virginia, ended Wednesday A dispatch from Hiawatha, Kan., tars:

rnnr ITEMS FROM ALL POINTS' IN Tilt Tuesday and discussed at length. Tho argued in favor of tho contestcc, and It was reported Thursday that there The worst fire ever known in the city

HOCTI1ERN STATES THAT WH.t. ENTER' case went over until Wednesday, and :Mr. paid a high eulogy upon the character of lire cases of Cholera in Madrid and broke out at 1 o'clock Wednesday morn

1AIK THE READER-ACCIDENTS, FIRES, Cannon took the floor in a statement relative tho sitting member. Mr. McCarthy, of Barcelona. ing in William Homer's livery stable and
FI-OODS, ETC. New York, revived the testimony in support in less than hours it had
I to the appropriations made by this A banquet was given Thursday night, three destroyed
of his view that Mr.
session of :Mr. Bayers a mem BrccKinridgewas two and a half blocks in the business center -
congress. at Munich in honor of Dr. Peters, the
The town of COCOA Fla the Indian elec'cd. He criticised
on duly the action
the of least
ber of the appropriations committee, reviewed African traveler.. of city, causing a loss at
river, was nearly destroyed by fire Tuts- of the subcommittee which had
the financial situation from a $150,000. The greatest loss was tho
day. democratic standpoint Tho speaker announced been sent to Arkansas, declaring that o Henry George addressed ten delegatesto First National bank building, owned by

A d/. patch from Charlotte, N. C., says: the appointment of Mr. Flick, majority of the members had gone to that the one-tax convention in New York, Congressman Morrill. The vault," con

Captain 'I homas Clancy Evans, one of the of Iowa. as a member of the Raum investigating state with the sole purpose of unseating Tuesday nijht. taining $30,000 in currency and many

diod at Ruidtsvilla Tuesday morning. Bmyscr, of Ohio, resigned. 'Iho house York also spoke in favor of11 Ti .. k. have 'g.'ne on A strike for 2 cents bushel the intense bent and its contents were
inridge and Will followed Mr.
Bales of leaf tobacco Danville Va. then at IS:43 by for digging coal. .
at adjourned. DI aT1nw. of Arkansas who made an earnest entirely destroyed.A
in undsor about In the senate Mr. Evarts I It is that the liabilities/ of
August were 1,118,820 Tuesday, attack upon Powell Clayton. After'aspeech now reported A FACTORY DESTROYED. ,
half the sales of August fast year. Bales presented a resolution of the Buffalo Potter, Lovell & Co., of Boston, will
by }Ir. :Maish, of Pennsylvania, Fire broke out in the jute bagging
for eleven merchants
months of the tobacco .
year exchange favoring reciprocitynot aggregate $5,000,000.Memorial
in favor of the minority report, the case
factory of Peter Young, at Brooklyn, N.
were 23,927,000 Founds, a decrease as only with nations south of us, but exercises : John Boyle
went over. The house then adjourned. o
Y., Wednesday at noon. Tho factory was
compared with the same period last year also with that on the north. The house O'Reilly were held in Fremont temple,
of 3,240,000 pounds. bill in relation to lotteries was reported<<; Boston, Tuesday night. entirely destroyed. The fire then spread
to the kindling-wood factory of HcndrlckPielctke
Veterans' will be from the postoffice committee, and placed NOTE
of the
day one greatest The Panama strikers have returned to immediately ad oining. The
of the Piedmont on the calendar with notification by Sawyer The transmitted ,
days exposition. An president Wednesday,
work the to them ahn
company agreeing pay wholesale story of D Brothers,
attractive has been prepared. that ho would ask for its consideration to the recommendations of
programme congress the former of '
rate wages. on the other side of the jute-bagging
It will bo on Thursday October 23d. All as soon as the tariff bill passed. ]tr. the international American conference,
the great living Confederate generals willie Quay gave notice that he would ask the touching international arbitration, together The trades-union congress in session at factory then caught fire. Dlnhn Brothers
senate Saturday tho 13 h to consider Liverpool, Thursday, voted in favor of carried a stock of groceries valued at
iuv.ted, and a large number of them with the letter of transmittal from
will be present. tho resolutions relative to tho dea'h 'ol Secretary Bla'nc. an eight-hour working day. $13 J.OOO, all of which, with the building;

Samuel J. Randall. The tariff bill New York will was totally destroyed. Tho total loss by
was city ask for re-count
For the Orders issued the department
cotton ending August 81 were by
year navy I the fire will bo about $300,000, partly in-
then taken and the schedule of the
Montgomery's cotton receipts were 144- up sugar con Wednesday for the United census, claiming that the enumeration .
si Carlisle notice that he I. sured. ______ _
045 bales, the largest of any year in its ; Mr. gave States steamship Kcarsnge, now at New fell short by about 200,000. ___ _

history. The nearest to it was in 1883 I would move to strike out all paragraphs York, to proceed at onco to Aspiuwall. It Ex-Gov. E. T. Noyes dropped dead in A RAILROAD DEAL.

when receipts were 143,344. Stock on relative to sugar bounties. }lr. lla'o' of- h supposed that this action grows out of the courthouse at Cincinnati Thursday

baud is 055 bales. Receipts of new cot- fered the reciprocity amendment of the reports of the railro.id strike at that morning. Apoplexy was the cause. THE CENTRAL AND EAST TENNESSEE .GOB
which ho had given notice on the 10th of BLE rr THREE ROADS.
ton in August were 7,020, also the largestfor Tune and addressed the senate it. place. The sloop Petrel capsized outside of -

Hint month. Tho senate at half past nine o'clock upon, took Thc president, on Wednesday, nominated the hnrbor of San Diego, California, The Central of Georgia and the East
TIle sc iffolding in a building in New Tuesday and six were drowned.
persons Tennessee have
a recess until 8 o'clock. John W. Ross to be commissioner bought up three railways.The .
Orleans gave way Tuesday afternoon pro- In the house on Wednesday, during of tho Districtof Columbia to succeed The state board of arbitration of New : Central, it is understood, after considerable
ipitaling five men to the ground liar. the absence Reed Yorkon Tuesday began its investigationinto secured the
of Speaker on motionof Mr. Hines Mr. Ross is at nrgot'ation, Chattanooga -
vry a carpenter, was instantly killed; Mr. Cannon, of Illinois, Mr. Burrows, resigned.at and the causes of the New York Central Rome'and Columbus railway and
William and present postmaster Washington,
Ray Henry Albricht, painters of Michigan, was elected sneaker pro his of the strike. the Chattanooga and :Macon. This makes
acceptance comininsioncrship
and Tom fatally Peterson injured, while also Leroy Smith tem. On motion of )Ir. Blonnt, of will create a vacancy in that office. Suit is about to be brought against: the two more Geortllronds for the West
I were Georgia, a bill was passed authorizing the New York restaurant, Delmonico, for Point Terminal. The most important
painfully injured.A With the addition of the member
construction of a bridge across the Savannah new violation of the game laws, in having deal however, is the ,one by which the
dispatch from Raleigh, N. C. river the Middle Mr. Flick, of Iowa, to replace Smyser, East Tennessee also
ears: by Georgia & partridges for sale out of season. a part of the West
The injury to cotton by tho rain is be- resigned the special house committee investigating -
Atlantic Railroad Company. The house Since Tuesday last there have been Point Terminal secured iho Motion route,
oriining great and a reduction of the then the further consideration the charges against Commis- the Louisville
crop proceeded to or New Albany and Chi
fresh of cholera
forty-eight cases at Eltor
sioner its ,
Baum resumed labors Wednesday
result. rains of hurt
August of the
Clayton-Brecklnridgo case. cngo. It gives the Terminal a line into
Advices from Mecca
Egypt.: to the
lasted are
Tho session
the crop which was forming during the I Among the speakers wu Mr. Kennedy, of hours afternoon. two effect that the city is free from cholera.A Louisville over tho most popular road
earlier part of tbo month, and that rust, I Ohio woo drew from tho details of tho and was devoted ton discussion running into that city, enabling it to fight

which attacked the crop earlier than Slayton-Brecklnridgo case the conclusion of questions procedure. No testimony dispatch from Prague, Germany, its goat rival, the Louisville and Nashville

usual, has budly affected tho top crop.A that a federal election law should bo en- was taken. says: A bridge in this city over the Mol- on its own ground; and .n line into
acted. He made attack the Acting Secretary Wharton on Wed- daux, on which there were a number of
dispatch of Wednesday from Nashville a fiery upon Chicago, making a triangular system from
Tenn regarding tho judicial olccwo senators who have been opposed to the nesdaysent the following telegram to the persons watching the flood in that stream Norfolk to Savannah anil Brunswick, and

( says: All the counties have now Lodge bill. His speech was the sensation widow of General Barrundia in reply to collapsed Thursday. Thirty persons from these Georgia ports to Chicago and

been heard from on the official vote for of the day. The Urcckinrldge case then her message to the president Monday were drowned. TAke i)it. ht..rn.

supreme court judge. The total vote went over and the house adjourned.In evening. "The president desires me to The state treasurer of Connecticut has

polled was 202,817. This is more than the senate, on Wednesday, Mr. Call say ho has received your telegram announcing formally notified the selectmen of townsof ASLEEP SEVEN'DAYS..

100,000 leu than usual. The vote was offered a resolution, which was referredto the death of your husband, that state that the tax usually levied -
divided as follows: Lea 133,294; Smith, the committee en foreign relations, General Barrundia. While deeply sympathizing by the state on towns will not be called THE BTRANOE: RESULT OV'' DIETING: ON

CO,074; East, prohibitionist, 40 votes; declaring that the murder of General Bar with you in affliction, he for this year, owing to the flourishing BROWN PAPER.A .

Xea'a majority, 02,271.APcDllllcola. rundia. on the steamer.Acapulco, by tIu.l1uthorltlea awaits the official det Jour the occurrence condition of the state's finances. .' ,

Fla., special, of Thursday of Guatemala while under the necessary to determine his actionin By the explosion of a coal oil lamp dispatch from Moncton, New Brunswick

mays the Flomaton train robbery has pro- protection of the flag of the United regard thereto The matter, you may'be early Wednesday morning a house in says: Etta Simpson, aged seven

-Hnc d intense excitement there. Rube States, was an insult to the people of the assured, will receive the must careful Philadelphia was set on fire and Mrs. teen years, went to sleep A week ago Sun-

Burrow was reported to have been seen at United States, and demanded prompt ac- attention." Sarah Mclntyre, sixty years old; Mamie day and has not yet awakened or taken

]1iltoa. twenty miles east of that city, tion by tho government of the United) :McIntyre, ten years old and Annie Logno, any nourishment Miss Simpson has for

.sud at 2 o'clock a special train, with SupaioteadcntFisher States for redress of that injury and for SUPPOSED TO BE. RUBE. seventeen years old, were burned to death.A I some months had a mania for eating

Route Agent ArnoldrewrcaL security against a recurrence of such cases. Chicago dispatch The brown piper, and would consume a largo

I express company detectives, anda The tariff bill was then taken up, the sugar A TRAIN OS TDK L. *. :t. HELD UP AND strike of the journeymen says: great bag, such as used in grocery stores at a

l osaeo of deputy sheriff from Alabama, schedule being under consideration. }fr. IIOUBED SKAn FLOMATON, ALA. which opened Tuesday morning carpenters is single rueal. She ha eaten scores of
Edmunds addressed the senate Coaling -- an brown and it is this
have gone in pursuit. uncertain quantity. At neither the headquarters paper bags, supposed
from to the question of reciprocity :Mr. Ed- A Montgomery dispatch says: The of the mania has something to do with her ill-
special Mannlngton Va journeymen bosses
W. nor
munds recalled tho history and practical north-bound paixengcr train on tho Mobile it known ness. About a year ago she slept for five
was to what
Early Thursday the
saps: morning a freight extent order to
train ran into the pickup on the Balti- operation (injurious to the United States) and Montgomery division of the quit work had been obeyed.A days, but was awakened while being bled.
of the Canadian reciprocity treaty of Louisville and Nashville railroad, was by her medical attendants.
Mom and Ohio, just east of Msnnington', 1854. Mr. Morgan addressed the senate boarded at Flomaton about 10 o'clock Paris dispatch of Thursday says: Alexandra -

autniag a terrible wreck. Ensinoer Cor in support of the amendment heretofore Tuesday night by a train robber, who Chatrain, the well-known French TROUBLE IN PANAMAIN
dell aid
an unknown man wore killed proposed by him as a substitute for Mr. held u p tho train on the trestle over the novelist, who wrote in collaboration with

and sixteen cars piled on top of eachoilier. Aldrich's reciprocity amendment. It prop Escambla river, just north of Flomaton. :DL Emile Erckmannover the nom de plume I CONSEQUENCE Or A mEAT RAILBOAD
The wreck took fire and
sad ca I vide for a duty of 3 per cent ad valoremon At tho point o. n pistol he compelled the of "Erckmann-Chatrain," is dead. Their 8TBIKE IX PROGRESS THERE,

content. were almost totally deroScd. corn, wheat, rye, barley, oats hay, engineer to go buck and break In the doorof most famous work, 4>Le Conceit," is o

straw, potatoes, cotton, live domestic the express car After this was done, classic in every language. A cablegram of Wednesday says: The

The directors of the North CarolinaSteel animals, and on asses, mules and horses, he commanded the express Messenger Sawyer Wallace & Co., exporters of strike on the Panama railroad continues.

and Iron Company was completely and that when any of such article are to lay down his pistol, open tbo breadstuffs and cotton, and dealers in The strikers will not allow work to be

RKMgauizetl at Greensboro, Wednesday, I exported a premium of 8 per cent shall express safe and deposit its content in a leaf tobacco, at 18 Broadway, New York, done by outsiders. Tho telegraph wires

and new arrangements have been madeand I be paid on their value to the sack which he furnished for the purpose made a general assignment Thursday. It is were cut several times, and attempts were

new plans formed. Contracts for I owner. Mr. Evarts was the next speaker. of containing tho plunder. During all estimated that the sum total of the nomi- made to tear up the rails. Troops hare

furnaces will) be let and the work ot lie had several good words for the policy this time the robber kept up a fusihtde nal assets will reach $1.700,000, and that been sent to Colon'to maintain order.

rotting them begun at once. New lif of fostering postal and steamship subsidy with pistols, tiring, it is estimated, at their chief losses may reach $1,500,00): Steamers will probably be detained oa

k to bo tnthused into the company and bills, and then went on to speak of the least fifteen .!iota The robber got away General Car Accountant both side i>f the isthmus in consequenceof
Ewings of the
the announcement of the organizationud various reciprocity amendments, and to with the contents of the safe which, it is New York Central road, reported,Thursday the strike.
the -
early commencement of work criticise them as being objectionable, un- lUutof, did not amount
to a deal
great blockake which had existed tuaaian
will revive ttltS boom at Greensboro.A Growth in Asia.
der the 'favored nation" clause of inter though the bum stolen in unknown The in the ,vicinity of :
Albany on account of
dispatch of; Tuesday says: The colored national treaties. At the close of )Ir. work is credited to Rubo Burrows the strike, was effectually raised, and that ,

citizens of Chattanooga are making Evarts' speech a message from the president everything was now At this moment, a quarter of a century

*l> a p rty of seventy-five of their race to in regard to international arbitration IT WAS A FAILURE. the Mohawk and Hudson running River smoothly divisions.on since the capture of Tashkend, the Russian

emigrate to Liberia, about November was presented, nad and referred -- possessions in Central Asia already
13th. Meetings in the interest of the to to tho committee on foreign relations THE STRIKING CARPENTER Or CHICAGO The widow and children of the late extended over an area of 20,000 squaw

movement have been held to work up thocheott. Mr. Gray consumed the remainder of the ARE AT OCTS. General Barrundia, who was assaulted on miles, rich in fertile oases, and counting

Thorns Peek, agert of th. colonization time of the session in a peach, upon the an American steamer by the Guatemale- a population of about three million in

society, who reside in Wash general subject of the tariff. Mr. Gray A Chicago dfopatca says: The carpen ans, has sent a dispatch to President Harrison habitants.The .

ington, D. C., arrived in Chattanooga closed his remarks at S:30 o'clock, and a ters' strike died in itt borning, and on protesting against "the outrage of 'respect of property and legality

Tuanlay. The society expect to secure reces vas then taken till 8 o'clock p. m. Wednesday there were less than 700 car- which they are the unconsolablo victims." have been introduced into that

at taut 1,000 negroes for the African In tEu senate, on Thursday, immediately penters who refused to go to work on The president has referred the matter to The population, harassed by despotism country.

emigration expedition from Chattanooga alter the reading of the journal, Tuesday morning still out. President Secretary Blaine. and plunder, now repose under the

road vicinity. .... the tariff bill was taken up under the James O'Connell, of the carpenters' coun- A Vienna scepter of the "White Tsar."
agreement limiting the discussion on each cil, has been forced by; the discontent of dispatch of Wednesday The works cf peace and commerce

subject to five minutes for each senator. members of the union to resign. The action says: The Moldau river has flooded a rapidly developing, aided by the creation are
Flan to Roof the of the strike portion of Prague, and has done much
Sidewalk After some discussion, the presiding officer committee in authoriz of a railway which unites Samarcand to
damage to the
Th ideals being seriously discussed (Mr. Ingalls) announced that the gen ing carpenters who are receiving 371 Boehmerwald and country between the the Caspian Sea. The agricultural ex-:
M to tho value of I eral debate on the tariff bill had closed, cents an hour to return to work has been Moldau the confluence of the hibition at Tushkend ha just demonstrated
glass root and
Elbe. -
lag, thrown over the sidewalk or awn with the exception of the reservation of criticised. A committee was appointed Danube Many villages in the : with evidence what Russian dom-

bright of the first its at the ,' a day when tho final vote is to be taken, to visit the carpenters' council The authorities yalley are partially submerged. I ination has done for the
lag primarily to story, purpose bo- and when two hoars' tim is to be allowed and vigorously protest against any of the cautious are taking special pre- And all this is due to the intrepidity
protect pedestrians from each side. Th schedule men being allowed to return to work and
the rain and sugar was laid until heroic patience of a handful .
; of
1iaae1 Clf the secondlyfrom the bri laside informally, and schedule I-"Cot- all the men receive assurance from The strike of the employee at the diers led by Tchcrnaieff. The 10

teuibte doe this iun' *: practical and ton Manufactures"-taken up. All their employers that the union scale Westinghouse works at Pittsburz, Pa., Central Asia like those of wan of
plan appear that it has of figures would be was terminated day
paid. There is
confusion Wednesday by the of the Caucasus
!**. decided to test it amendments in this schedule were re men were an excelltnt school
by erecting such and chaos in the rank and file and returning to the shops and for the
Schedule J Russian
jected. relating to flax
| awning on the streets troops; not oil did
i A number of oX Oueens ts. hemp jute and their manufacture, was consternation among the leaders. The their old {>lace8. This action is the result they form men but they created brava'
business men, who have employers assert that they have all the of a meeting of the strikers where .
large More taken up and an amendment reducing the it was J! The names of Tchernaieff Bko-
along the
** Uut section principal avenue* rate on flu not hackled Or dressed from men they want. decided that, inasmuch as they could not beleff, Kouropatkine, Abramoff Golo-
of London, hays deter. 1} cent pound to |20 hold out any longer, they had better vatcholf,
per eo Koll'likovakl
ai.e.4 etc. there
1 I suck combine, and undertake to nut per ton, was agreed to. HE LOVED THE WIDOWBUT back to work. The strike affects about prove the fact. are

up a structure as this. The next amendment was to reduce the 1,200 men. The capture of Tashkend was no small

-- duty on hackled flax from 4 cents per THETBITECAPI TIOOROCSLT OB A Pittsburj telegram announces that a thing when one thinks that a detachment -

BI* LATEST TITL" pound to $40 per ton. Agreed to. The JECTED. combination of window glass manufacturers of l'300 infantry and cavalier.

VTe Wife-Love yout Of course J committee's tmendment to paragraph 340 A dispatch of has been formed, which will con backed by ten pieces of artillery,besieged
Thursday from
oo. \ou dear, blessed old peach crop. relating to bagging for cotton reducing City, Kansas trol all the factories in the western and luch a large town, baring a circumference -
says: Whitecaps so
Rig Husband laving but luckless the duties ot 1 8-10 cents and 1 8-10 maltreated brutally beat and northern districts imme lately, and all of sixteen miles and
) J. Z. Smith over 100,000
Great Scott' cents yard to 1 3-10 and a preacher, who the factories Inhabitants
M-h, this new tUlVt per 1 b-10 cents lived in in the United States ultj- slxty-three cannons defended .
W W -fiecaus., was agreed to. No other amendment a lonely piece of worJa& Reno mately. Tho ,
you are such a Kansas that pending tariff bill increases & gvriaOIl of 30,000 Th
peis hu life is men.
petual (ailure.-- Y eaowine'a News. to the schedule, except committee despaired of. the duties on window glass light in the streets
and lasted
/ ,
Smith: is about ixty-fiv bv pre. two day*. The
amendments year old and
I Ioo&t wen successful. The end venting imp\>rrion will Russian
the only objection which the give the combi- troops took over fifty barricade,
Oar of
schedule Whitecap nation
tray, nary and pensions was reached a monopoly uxty-three cannons
had sixteen
to him ,
without was that he had large ban-
|WlO,000,000 a break lathe programme The proposed A ners, several
a fear. _._-1 I sugar schedule and several other marriage to a widow of forty-five lean. ChL..go dispatch says: Between ton of thousand guns, thirty-six
/ fan.'I who live in the neighborhood.'S. 800 and .00 men of the striking carpen, Powder, whereas. they lost in all

ten returned to work Thursday, and the only 157 mealN: York Mail and

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A WOMA.N'3 HEABT. 1w -*.F.tke gardiog her sadly{ "it grieves me-Jt corpse She' laid out In fust-rato style MOST USEFUL OF FISHES Then, as the hah lies open on the table, '.

'. the world with its sun, moon and start cuts me to the quick to lee how taken up But I come in to tell ye tho latest. Man.d' with a quick Llow he snips the backbone '. ..
.A prison with bolt!*; lock and ban yo be with the pomps and vanities of Ransom's come home I" just above the tail nod cut the tail b'

Like the ocean unbounding; ; this hero sinful, dyin' world. Parlors; "Ye don't lay!I" ejaculated Mis' TUB CODFISH INDUSTRY IK NEW away. Tho "suiter" proceeds to then f

Like indeed! why, fer the price of furaishiniup King."Yeswith. FOUNDLAND. of his functions
A whirlwind redounding; t performance just so soon
A veteran covered with scan ,(M that air spare mom, ye might rescuea her babe,"said the other, as thin has been done. Ho Trashes the
"I pcriahin'heathen. Think which you'drather "an no place for her to /RO She wascalculatin' How tho fishermen/ Capture This fish with great care, not permitting any z

ke A flower with A number of stems) ** have On the last day, Mis' King, on her Uncle Ebenezer takia' ltor l 1"IIIh l and AVlmt They Do to blood to remain upon it, and then lio "

kflte A casket for jewels and gems; *. A parlor or A soul." on her in, but you know, he's moved to Get Him Heady for Market. covers it with wit and leaves it in little? aJ

t1 Like A harp softly..triaging"t ; : Thoroughly;: abashed, Mis' King made Dakoty. So now there's nothin' fee her The cod Is king wherever he lives lie mounds on the Coor of the stacje. 9'' tAll
Like lark
gayl.singinz but the
; no answer. to go to poorhouae.

F >A kerchief unguarded by hems; '. Guilty and cowed, she did not urge "Poor thing!I" aid !lis' Kin*.. ii the a commercial swift, fierce fishes powerful ho ia incomparably fish. Of all tIll fish this is work caught.must It ba cncnnt done so Lo noon lefttwenty.four as '1,

' ke the earth with its countries! and climes; the matter. "Wall, I hain't a mite'nor a grata of the isI;I hours without wit. It remains ;
most useful. No' of him
The had tried fer her said tho widow. "Them )part
poor woman so many pity ,
IWte bank with its dollars for "
a and dimes! ; without function in the A day or two in this comlitioitof
times make her borne attractive and dances fiddler a serving mac.
to that has has got to the -
Like A poem, is metric; bad met with she added. pay His head, bones, and intestines nro usedin And I is then waihcd nod laid ti. ;.
always discouragement.Slowly ,
Like the current electric; the upon the flake in rows to dry and blcncli
manufacture of rich
there born idea in her )" fertilizing;
was an "Why can't she go out to her uncle
a A church steeple ringing sweet chimes; compost. Isinglass. made from his in tho sun and air. It U taken: in every
brain which'grew and until It Mis' !
grew suggested King. .
I i night and whenever the weather is damp
q A house! with apartments to let; I assumed the healthful proportions of an "Wall, now, Mis' King, who'd yc swimming bladder. The roe is exportedas
or rainy. When dry it U
e A mine which A fortune will net; .. earnest resolve. .s'pose would ever pay her way out bait for the French sardine fishery. thoroughly'

1 Like the north wind In sighing; She would furnish her parlor herself.In thejet" The liver is famous for tho treat curativeoil stored until the "planter" buys it, nr, ;

Like the Devil that i* extracted from it, and tho rest having already bought it, until he wishes
In lying; her girlhood she had learned the "You could," aid Mis' King, calmly.
ke child with of the cod is flesh. Hi home in to put it upon the market. Then it goes ,
A its walling and fret; tailor' trade, and had been quite skilful The widow was a woman of means. pure
to St. Johns and is exported to Spain,
the of
water the Northern and WcsVrn
in the "Sake I"screamed the soul
i the rammer with flower in bloom handling "goose. alive good Austria and
; Portugal: Italy Brazil. The 4
Atlantic extends over about 250,000;
e the winter with darkness and gloom; She owned a machine and made her "be ye crazy? I'd see myself help that catch is considerably er than that of "
husband's clothes. There tailorin 'and the with square miles and along a coast-line from
; Like was no bussy, fairly spluttered
A pawnbroker Canada
lending; Norway or the United States. It
n Labrador to Hattcras, which in all
** Podunky-a vista of possibilities virtuous indignation. ";tell I have
; Like an oak tree StA ye
unbending; 4 amounts annually to from 1,000,000
its sinuosities is About 6300 miles
A opened out before longing enough givin' to foreign mission without I long,
daintily <(<
room; to 1,200,000, and it brings to
Of this vast hunt 500,000
towork. over
made ber decision the Jet cash seen truck. But square
Having spendia' my on ,
fi e A desk with it small secret /Ie tdlis! in and 5000 miles in Newfoundland from $1,500,000 to $C-
slid; It was loon rumored in Podunky ; here, here, I must hurry. I want to go arcs: over
OOOIOOO.-1 ri>ri- Tri 'ln'.
A paper with "patent inside;" that Mis'King !find begun "tailoring," to Bailey', and Beck', and Mrs. Stubbs'ito lateral extent appertain to the British

1 Like A hound that's devoted, ; and the news caused quite A stir in the tell 'em thi news," and away she hur- pou Sltops. The temperature of tho

,7 Like A paper boat floated little hamlet. Order began to come in, ried, no doubt regretting the could not waters within which he keeps himself Where May the. San Jot its Heat

k N the breast of the outflowing tide; r and early and late the whir of Mi*' go two ways at once. docs not greatly vary from 39 degreesto When a shooting tar dashes into our '

s A boree car with "room for one more;" Kings machine might be heard, and Mis' King pushed her chair back from 42. atmosphere it* course is attondu with

Ike A tigress that's thirsting for gore; high above its clatter rose her shrill, the machine and sat thinking. She remembered So soon at the capita flash their silvery an evolution of light and heat owing tin *fit j r

Like A two-seated carriage; cracked voice a* she Quavered forth the Mandy Ransom-a slight, Up scales ia the sunlight about the coasts its friction through the air. We were
-' Like the love after marriage; trains of her favorite hymn-- of a girl with sweet, mUd, rare face. tho fishermen become active. This thus able to account for the enormous

s A book full of learning and lore Oh think of A home over there I Dreadful that the must g4 to the poor generally occurs as the month of Jane quantity of heat, or of what was equivalent

By the side of the river of light. house. If she could only go to her uncle. opens. The caplin (pronounce it capolin to heat which existed: victim[ i
lie all these-ret all but ,
A part- is of the most beautiful little
Ebenezer Hansom and his wife ) one
were the
Weeks the motion of these little bodYer'
and little roll rapid
e all these: yet what consummate art passed by a of
would fishes in the leiIt is six: or seven
salt of the earth and do what
e' Has been used In creating; i bill in Mis' King' bureau drawer began); I inches and most delicate of flavor. Of course, we only neo these meteors at
't And in : to be of pretentious size. was right by her. that supreme moment: of their dissolution '
inflating It come in uncountable myriads with the
It was 1 long to Dakota. It would ,
at small part of queen woman-her heart One afternoon as she was finishing A way cod in swift and The when they dash into our atmosphere. i
greedy pursuit.
-Hugo Ilirth, in Cosmopolitan vest and thinking ho must lay aside her take quite a sum of money ,to go there. It is, however, impotslblo to doubt that. "
fishermen their work
Cold begin by catching
weather was coming on and the
work and begin supper, a shadow fell there must be uncountod shoals of 1\m'--
baby ought to be warmly dressed. thdcaplln, for the run lasts only about a '
across the kitchen steps and a voice said: 1 'I teon which never collide with our earlb. s
IS' ALCiNA KING'S PARLOR "Howdy, Aunt AlcimyV Ils' King looked up at the clock. An week, aud in that time enough must be It must nesessarily happen that many ot
caught foe bait to lust until the
-, She looked tip at. the tall, gawky lad hour yet before her good man would be squid the other great globe In our yinw
arrive. 1 ho catch is So
home. enormous.
In hour she could
an walk to
'a BY EDITH SESMOX8 of seventeen, her nephew, Ben Ruling, must, like our globe, absorb multitude
TCFPB the fish l taken
Seth Doolittle'a, where :Handy was stay plentiful are an< so easily
and answered good-naturedly i ol meteors which they chance to encounter -
[1II1' King laid doom' the totvcl with "Fin -rate, Ben. How do ycu do" ing, and back again.It b y seining, that a great surplus beyondthe in their roaming The number of

jch the. was wiping her dishes and was a wild, black night and raining needs of the fishermen accumulates.
"Oh, well enough, said the \boy M he meteors that will be gathered by a globe
1 listening intently. dropped listlessly down in the doorway, torrents, but Mis' King: did not hesitate. No method has yet been found of pre- will doubtless be greater tho larger and

Then the stole on tiptoe to the 'wood and gazed off to the hills that shut in She folded her plaid blanket shawl serving the caplin, and all this surplus, more mosaivo bo the globe and this for

use) and peered in to ceo if 'Lias, the Podunky, and that were fast growing over her stooping shoulders, tied on her amounting to thousands of barrel, is A double reason. In the ant place tfuf
1 black bonnet and into her used. a fertilizer. It seems shameful
man, might be about. musty went
red in
the ray of the setting sun. dimensions of the net which the globo
o Finding she was qutte alone she bedroom. that this exquisite little fish should be
re- "How' crops &lk"1'his| extends to entrap the meteors will, oft ''F
wed the kitchen, passed through the aunt. When she came out she wo very pale, put to such base purposes. course, increase with Itt size, and ia nddltion -

ng room, and paused before A closedr "Crops," said tho lad with u.4ia energy and her lips were firmly compressed. Being now well stocked with bait, the the more massive be the globo then

a* A priestess might before a shrine ; then catching his aunt's ptoving She took down her faded cotton umbrella fishing harvest begins. The booking more vehement will bo its attraction ami.
e the door the door and went out fleet hurries! out to sea, and the smaller
i opened and looked into opened ,
age eye, he added "I'm lOrry, Aunt Alcimy.I the greater will be the number of then
,_ uncarpeted, unpap gyred, unfur know I hadn ought to speak l IjkfjJiat; I into the night. boats, little two-masted schooner of I meteors that are drawn auto its extensive t-
ed room. Four month later burglars took the from twenty to forty tons burden, go and .
but I'm tick of the sound of tl41 word atmosphere. Of course, this "
A smile stood over her thin, angular roll of bill and nearly broke Mis' King' come at dawn and nightfall to their fish reasoning; .
It' nothin' but
work will la
crops, crops, apply A special degree to tha sun..
that heart. But she ing grounds just off tho coast. Various
aturcs went work
fairly transfigured the plia to again.
work moioin'
from till
drudge, drudge, We shall probably be correct ia the assertion '
ce. One year later there I* a great comma devices f_re used for catching the fish, r
night, week in an' week: out. No let that for meteor that descends -
r'Looks: dreary enough now," she said tion on Ml*' King' street. It even extends many of them injurious and wasteful. Tho
up, no chance, no hope. Fatht 'but take au' paper them walls-a nut promisin these two year that X nhrtulc to the corners, and passing event hook-a d-Uno is used along the shore motors will descend the A*
'f cream ground with pink roses kinder go to Beldonla! Normal for a tern or two are discussed from cracker barrel with extensively,, and this is the least deductive these object plow their upon
ilin' lace due solemnity. In front of the and also the least remunerative In- way through)
along postmaster's -
; put come curtaJmi toe told
anyway, butto-dmyhe me I couldn'tgo. the' sun's atmosphere light and heat wilt
winders, an' A brussels"-here the An' to crown that, be' tI.n mj house stand a largo TaD loaded strument. The seine, the cod-net, the be, of course, evolved.
and looked with furniture. In the cod-trap and the bultow are generally
topped defiantly uround colt-mine," he repeated fiercely, "thAt large "spare1room It ha been cojectured that the friction
:'ves, why not? A brussels d outlast Aiply ho gave me, an' that I've brought up and pink rose trail along tho walls and employed. Except thu bultow, these are of the meteors which are incessantly

twice over. It will pay in the took such care of, an' told it an kept a stout, red-faced German woman il all nets, variously constructed. They rushing into the sun
d to put down a brussel Then A the money. Why, what bo get for It tacking down A gaudy brussels carpet. have gradually dune so much harm to the and heat in sufficient may quantities to aid light iu
ble top table right in the centre of would have the Superintending all 'is a pale-worn shore fisheries that: laws have bad to be
given me one torn a* the sun' ordinary expenditure. It W "
bo room with tho dish of wax: fruit on Normal, and yet ho tells mo fee oan't woman with sunken cheeks and hollow passed regulating the size of the mesh. boon that tho Gi
supposed ol
; that Aunt Sally made. Then the ofy afford to let me go-" eyes, who pause between her order to In many of the bays and: harbors where a thus quantity

i six: chairs-bow I'd .admire to have Hero his voice broke, and K. stared: patiently enduro A fit of racking cough few yean since cod were plentiful scarcely that energy is wanted generated to explain may the supply extraordinary Alt

can rep like the Widder Bean' an' ther resolutely at the far-away hills, bjt under ing.The a fish can now be taken, and serious circumstance that

wreath bung! over the sofy, an' the shade of his battered strata lilt Mis' "instrument" is unpacked and concern is felt lest the shore fisheries have visible decline has taken from age to in ngpo <

j Wide Awake an' Fast Asleep' right King could tee the big tears slowly drop i brought in, and Mr. King stand looking declined beyond hope of replenishment. Intensity of the solar radiation.place Hero the

here, an' Uncle Alonzo's picture-Lordyl down his thin checks. on with manifest disapproval. This fear has led to the establishment .
again a question which must submit
Aleina King, what bn "Gauds and pomp, groans.Mia' "Ob, by the Newfoundland Government we
ye "Oh, well, she said, kindly, "mebbein to calculation. Wo have first of all to
inkin'' on? Ye fol'tottbe: instrument;" another King, how much better-" of a Fisheries Commission, which
year determine
yo go-
tho beat which could
d Mis' King straightened up, threwck But bo interrupted her. "Don't, Lester," she gently says; "I has been busily experimenting with a cod- be do- ,

her head, and extended her knot- "Aunt Alcimy," bo old, as h. looked want to enjoy it all I can-it won't be hatchery. 'The superintendent of the generated by 4 body of, Jet into us lilY, a '
pound ia the
weight falling
it wrinkled hands long. hatchery is a distinguished Norwegian
began playing; on straight at her with his dead mother'seyes after having been attracted thither front
; imaginary musical instrument. "you don't know what it i* to At last everything was ia order, even and his intelligent and suggestive work distance. '
Suddenly she stopped. Her hand want a fhing awfully to lit awake to the hair wreath and the wax fruit. has been of great service to the Commission an indefinitely great The re- 1
; suit I '
opped, to her sides. The rapt smile nights i annin' about it; to ai.uost getit In the twilight Mis' King steal In and and to the colony. lie has probably that such* not a little Ia startling the ; it shows us =

.3ea away, and in its place crept that and thou havo it snatched rlyl-t cut of touches the "instrument." A* her thin solved tho problems of cod-hatching, and a body course of Its
friction the sua's
clear; repressed look, so often teen on your hand." I finger wander over the key, long-for- a revival of the shore-flsberie U confidently through atmosphere

e faces of women of her class. She II "You don't know what it I* U want A gotten melodies of her girlhood come I I anticipated. Oa the bank tho might generate the a* much heat *i could ba

ced the door gently and went back to thing awfull-" stealing back. She is 10 happy. bultow is almost exclusively used in produced by comhuntloa of many
the dinner di.hes. Two week later MI receives bet the It is time Its own weight of coal consumed
shiog Mis' King gave A little slx.-t.. then King catching fish. simply a multi- under the
most favorable condition..
The long summer afternoon wore slowly went to her bedroom, aud. 1,*.Just friends. The window are all open, and plication of the hook-and-line. Several Good W rdi. -

ray, and Mis' King began preparations ing her hand in under a pile c/ lrt .hlyI the soft June air come stealing in. The hundred hooks, each attached to a line

: the evening meal. Sho took great ironed linen, touched and drew eel roll parlor is filled and so i* the living room! hempen ]line are suspended at intervals

Jn with her biscuits, and they came I of bills. -yes, even the kitchen, while groups si' upon a aeries of long, stout lines. Each Some Bit Indian Raj

ut, from the oven as light as thistle-' Going back she stooped sad toCohed men stand awkwardly about tho yard and book is baited. There are sometimes

WE.Sbo her nephew tho boulder, ant
opened a can of her last preserve looked up with the trace of team jet on ia her parlor, with the head ot fastened, each row connected with the doorway at the art gallery attract almost -

d brewed aa unusually good cup of bit checks, she laid her coffin on tho marble top table, with others, and the whole contrivance '10. a* much admiration a* Yoro.tcba-

"Here, Ben, tako this. It'll par for A her tired band peacefully; folded, quiet cured against the bank currents by stanch gla'i fa painting themselves. Those theft

(Supper wo ready to the minute when year at Bcldonia." and cold Hen Mis King; while from the moorings. They are overhauled every bang the middle room, particularly.

I click of the gate was heard, and Mr. "Why-why-what," .tamiu !*
ng'* heavy step echoed along tho toy, _w. h.e. stared at the myotj- in A ment" come the strainer So soon as the fisherman boat Is well anti Both these rug wero woven in India,.

Jk, dazed laabion. "0h, Aunt A.Vimy, Til soon be at rest over thereBy --. laden be makes for his 'stage." This U measure thirty-two by thirty fort,.

file was a grave, solemn man, with a how good you bel But ye'u rVbbin the side of the river of light" a covered platform of Cr-poles, project and each weigh about 1000 pniod..

i not unliko that of an owl. He was yersclf-" -.IntR.. Ck4aA. ing over the water and held up by other They would make cunning little bath

t of Affairs> at Podunky Corner, be- "No, no," laid :Mi*' King with (reer and heavier poles. Stages and "flakes," towel flourished for such giant before u Atlas, wbo-

; the village postmaster and also one little Broods of Chinese Bird which are uncovered platforms where the long ago India rugs
laugh,; "no, I hain't nfr. .|,eclaluse Into fashion.
All of that have
I the pillar of the! Methodist Church. for it. h'a-It' just some I hap- cod are laid out lit dry, line the water came us
I Last fall Dr. W. O. BlaUdell of Into stores and
gone carpet priced Turkey
He i was an expert ia exhorting and front of fishing village. The fish
Alight pened to have by me Itrft't it every
; yea, ; Uacomb, secured from Oregon two painof and India rug know bow costly they
and shining light in clan meet- take it-take it-Ben." are tossed with a"pcw"--a two-pronged
Chinese and turned them It I then
pheasant believe
are. easy enough, to
the bottom the
from of boatto
JU* King set herself dilll/fatlf: to loose to go forth and multiply their kind pitchfork- the story that 120,000 bu been refusal
!'Fer out-tn'-out enhortin his ad- the outer floor of the There
work: again. Many A night alA tailed stage.
: on the face of the earth in general, but for these two large rug, which after All-
irera were wont to ay, "give mo while her husband slept the slap of the in[ McDonougb County In particular. they are passed, one by one, through A were made for the door mat simply' loan '- t
bother King time. He' masterd little window ia the The "cutthroat"
a stage.
every sanctified. Once more the littlf" board
Eight the State Board of Indian residence lothe
:jean ago Agriculture rajah' summer >
At It. Hi wtrnin' to sinners are f of bills grew to decent proportion and seize them as they come In. lieU .
of Oregon imported from China foothill of the skCourier.
t; blood-curdlin an' fer the human selected for this work
picturm in her mind' eye she began; W SM her eleven of these specie of and a being, 4
rm that dieth not an' the fire that 1* future parlor in all its splendor. grouse, because of his expertness with tb. knife.
with the protection of the law of
i quenched, be can't be beat." One evening u be worked Aid sung that State they have increased game to nell armed with A long sharp, pointed OlJ-Faihlonei "Friends" In ChlcIIO'
To-night Brother If nearlyA blade. He makes three swift and dexteron .
King was, poui- the Widow Bean came in for t> neigh million. These bird About
', more weighed down by the sins of Ait borly call. are a* cuts. One sever the cord connect. The Ukksite or central meeting of.;

and corrupt humanity than usualbut The widow wa the moat popular new large beautiful A* A plumage common and prairie their chicken flesh, of is ing the gill-covering with the body. The "friends" bold their service at the An-

ter A biscuit or two and A third saucer vender In Podunky. If anything new second slit the abdomen clear to the thenuum and Friend Jonathan Plumber
; superior in for the table
his> wife' excellent "plum sass," hegin or tattling occurred be rote to the occasion the quail or every common respect American to rent. The third lay the head open to of Morrison, Plumber
L to unbend. and went there to enlighten thoao They yearly hatch three brood of grouse.fifteen the bee of the skull. AU this I* done so head of this department. The Hicksitw -

Then t it was that, woman-like, she re- who tat in darknes To-night her bonnet birds each and quickly that a watcher'eye are quite unAble conform strictly to the old custome ol
ved to seize her seems particularly well the cutthroat' the "(newts" and they think the orthodox
opportunity, and strings fairly bristled with Import adapted to our climate. furnish to analyze motion ;
They lie slides the fish to the branch I* of for
coughing apologetically, the said ance. She bad weighty new good shooting and much dlffi- now composed proselyte,
klyj "Dretfl1lluddeDlia' Deacon 1dge'ldcath are more "header" who extract the liver, the latter have employed A pastor and.
cult to kill than
It ;'I WAI tbinkin', Mr. King, this afterpn ," ho observed. cock.-CAieaaq /A quail, pigeon or wrenches off the head and remove the have adopted several modern turn ut<

that we might as well furnish up "Yes," assented Mi*' King. r-kMM. viscera and cut oat the tongue and the speech and drc**. There art sixty Hick. n

empty parlor. Twouldn't cost "(lave ye teen the corpse!" asked her St. Louis permit no dairies In Its borders "sounds," or air bladder. Everything sites Iii the city. The "friend a* A' "

e'. a ban_" caller. that are not duly inspected by it* U carefully preserved, for everything ia rule do not take kindly to city life sad '

e i stopped, awe stricken by the lookthe "No I'm (o drove. These bare are city authorities, and the city embracesthe and about a codfish possesses a commercial titert are only about 800 quakers io

I 04 i good ma..'* face. He was well- the deacon' moutD 4' pants, an' 1 hue whole county. value. When the IIhNd<<" ba Chicago, but this number comprise nusoy

-h petrified At her audacity. got to scratch gruel to git them, done done the "splitter" begin bit work. He prominent business and pIOfODallDeu..

0 Mia King, MU' King," heed fer the funeral." There are A dozen- women notaries place the felt on U* back And draw a who remain te&dtu' to tbo homely ,.. .

,i setting down his cup and rar "Wall. I never JCeno eaUl r-lookiaf public in New York city sharp knife along the left side of the commoBMOM practices of *v long liar t'

backbone clear to the base ef the tail. of aoewtry,-(MtV v. A***. / '



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I 4 TilE EAST COAST ADVOCATE, FRIDAY, SEPT. 12, 1890. ''. '.- ',''" f
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settlements on Indian River, one >ers. IangcoCTemperf\ture ", ,, ,:
-f THE EAST ADVOCATE.A 4- '." ,.. ,
COAST at Mims '
: As for the "Melbourne NE'ws"Brother Improvements
over another, which have more to week &:
For the ending Sept. llth, ISOd( ,; t ,
do with settling matters of this Metcalf has shown his. as recorded at the U. S. Signal office .-1.f '/ '"
JOI"Tt"Ut DRVorrn to me r v.tifWfcMBVT !:
werRLt >
kind than the desire of the citizensof friends during the past few months Titusville, Florida: .. ,..: "
OF TNt i n1Alt RIVER Man ...
LAKE WORTH KECtlOJCS. any given point. what the possibilities in the way ti E1'TEMBER. : i .
A Large Tract of Rich Hummock and 1880. Max. Mln. WOO Max. Min :"'" "
More than two years ago the of making R newsy paper at aownfiver > ,. .
4 M 74
Mnck LAnd rained and Put In '
Office: Wellington Avenue, Titusville, question of building a dry dock point are, and proven Being 6 87 7S ,80 70 :fr'" > '

Indian River, Florida. was considered by the Ry. Co., and that he is possessed talent which Condition for Cultivation. 6 88 72 87 77 < ",,:" -:. .),

while Capt. Paddisoir, who was in would not be out of place in a much 7 89 71 8J 78 :. .:"..."
their{ interests better field.During 8 87 70 83 73. > .'1 1D
of steamboat "
rratraicn EVEBT FRIDAY. charge
During the pant few months the Indian 83 7.5 8.i 7.1: 2'' '
on Indian River, strongly urged; Ti- the past few months the Hirer Loan and Investment Company 10 85 70 84 72 '. ,' :

Entered at the Tltniivllle PnrtomA/ Second- tusville{ ns the best point for its location "Star" has twinkled with abright- through: their agents Messrs. Bobbins 11 87 M 87 70 "..' <

Clans Mall Matter. Gen. Bentley and Mr. Moran er ray than ever before ; the 1'ub- 12 00 00 00 00., .1.\\j i
Graham, of Titusville, have been quietly ,
would not consider it for a moment lie. Spirit" is more spirited, and the J ," '
TE11MS Invariably In Advance, engaged In acquiring ownership of a : '
The at that time were "News" newsier than one could INDIAN RIVER STEAMBOAT CO. )
Jl, Check, Postal Order, or hie and Two Cent management large tract of rich hammock and muck I,..
1'otiUge Sumps. in favor of cither Eau Gallic or have believed, it were possible to be. land, just west of Mlms, on the J., T. & '>'''if.Et'AuTtmc .;: >
One year,.I. South Rockledge as the best point They are keepingpaco with the K. W. Ry. This body of land contains, & AimrvAi. OF STEAMERS.: I,' ;"

Six' .( for the location of a dry dock, and rapid developments going; on in with that of one or two private Individuals Steamers leave Titusville daily except' : 'Ar
/ Sunday at j= ::10 n. m arriving Melbourne .
Three Month, M who arc co-operating with said com- I
the matter settled' fur other lines along the Indian River (
was as nsTitusville
at 1 m. Returning leave Melbourne :
Single Copy. lie pany, about two thousand new, and the ,.y
Bent to any AIIIre88In V. 8. or Canada rrepald was concerned. Shortly and the ADVOCATE realizes that ifit greAter portion of the tract lit within one 1 p.m., arriving at Titusville about 0:30: ,,,.',)( I

after Gen. Bentley resigned, Moran expects, to gain an honorable mile of Mims fetation,while a part of It 1'. m. "".r t\ .

and 1'addison soon followed suit, position in the race for public favor Is within a quarter of mile of that point I Leave Melbourne Mondays,Wednesday ."? ,. I
Editor,. WALTER B. GRAtiA"
and the dry dock matter IIl mber. it will have anything but a Now that the purchase has been consummated and Fridays at 1 p. m. arriving at Jupi- '' ,.J.
... ter at 8 a. in. next morning. Returning .
Assoclate-Edftor* Manager, .C. H.WAtrow.
ed. We believe that when the quesn walk-over. the company will undertakethe leave Jupiter Tuesdays Thursdays anal -

tio was' brought Up again, recent- Competition is'the life of trade, development it for cultivation the and property settlement, antiprepare Saturdays at 12 noon, arriving/ at Melbourne .

We do not hold oiiiwlvea responsible for the ly, that Capt. Watson used his influence and without worthy competitorswhat ha at 7 A. m. noxt morning. 1\
amount of
at A
opinion of our correspondents, tint we claim once.. large money .'
tIle right to reject any communication. in favor of Titupyille, and professional' man or merchant been appropriated to put the land in condition The St. Lucie leaves, Titusvillo about ;!r .,

Communications for pnMlratlon must 1-e wrltj may have believed that his counsel could hope to devolope his full lor sale, and the.dralnige contem- 0:30: Monday mornings, calling at flock- \ ,\\"f.<
ten plainly on one mule of the paper only, and would It is clear Our plated will bo greater than any previous ledge and Melbourne on thediiectrun f .t I Ito
Bhnnld, In lie accompanied liv the prevail. to our power or energy. neighbors her
every cane undertaking of the kind In Brevard coun- Jupiter;on return trip Saturdays: =l
writer'publication name, but and as a address guarantee, not of necessarily good faith.for mind, however, that the management have set the pace at a lively gait and ty. The property referred to has remained alto comes light through to Titusville, ..

of the railroad company have we shall endeavor to avoid being unimproved up to the present arriving here about 7 a. m. Sunday. 1t'" \,

ADVEHTISINO RATES never seriously considered Titus- dubbed '-laggard." time because, notwithstanding; Its excellent W. B. WATSON, Supt.

PER YEAR. ville as ft proper point for '('stab"lishlng quality and proximity to the railroadin 1
order to reach, it has been necessary Florida Hotel lied Hook and : ,. I
One Inch,.......................10.00 yard for overhauling their Chaffee's Democracy.The heretofore, to go either around the \,,
Two Inch,........................ 15.00 boats.. They wanted deep water, south end of largo muck pond known State Guide. s
Three Inch..........,........... 2000 and they went to Eau Gallic, where / as "long gw-imp," or around the head of The most ooinplete, thorough And ':.
Fonr Inch,....................... 20.00 have the lane, which involved traveling a distance handsomely gotten up publication ever v
Five Inch, oruarterCol.,...... 30.00 they got We hope they opponents of Mr. Chaffee of six miles out of tho way. The attempted for the St te. ", .

Half Column,.................... MOO may have acted wisely in selectingthat have charged him with being subsidized owners have begun the building of a This work Is now being compiled, and' ..' /:;,

Whole(Column.................100.00 I point. The want of activityand by the steamboat monopoly. road due west from Mims' Station across Is entirely out of the line of publications ,,*.
issued heretofore and
For Six Months, divide the yearly rate by two lack of enterprise attributed ,In other words that he has a "long; swamp," and which will be readyfor guides. The bulk of matter claiming never to pub-bo ",". ,:
and a our with- "
men ,
free their line. lisped before. convenient : *
pass over If Mr. ,800 pages, -
tho best of the Is
For Three Months, divide the yearly rate b y portion property
out foundation.
four and add:24 per cent. haffee can be bought with a pass only three quarters of a mile from :Minis' size, small clear type, Morocco binding,

Loral Advertisements! ; Ten' Cents Per Line he is not the man for representative Station. "Long Swamp" will be drained. published annually list, nnd the only work '
Each Insertion, Legislative Timber. This depression which contains about giving complete of hotels, lines of
but we learn on investigating travel .
postofliccs, Industries, counties ,
COO and has heretofore been
raid Heading Matter not In "Local TJewa" acres, .
the subject, that his is given and oftirers, State officers and courts .
pass barren will he transformed '
column, Five('ental'er Line Each Insertion worm than a waste, '.
Legal Advertisements at Legal Rate. The remarks_made i in this! issue him for services performed ,is into the richest vegetable land, State military churches divisions companies andotiicers

All the above rate are for one edition per in defense 01 jsir. t/nnnee democracy agent for the I. R. S. B. Co. at An- In sight; of the depot and being free from inRtltutlons, f\t A, 80cietiellJ_ schools Tanlu. and far .j *

week. are not to be :taken as an 'active tona, and that it is the only compensation timber can be brought Considerable Into cultivationat delivery October-1, 1890.: Orders received

HIM collecefll"untbly. espousal' of his candidacy, but he receives for services pine ft very land slight between cost."Ion swamp" high and now. Price by mail, 55C post paid. .

Check,etc., may lie made payable to "Graham simply as dictated against a spirit which are worth at leapt $24 per the railroad also owned by the company Address, "Hotel Heel Book and State '!t ,

Walton." of sectionalism, which is voiced far month. It has been said by his and settlers will be furnished what Guide," box 202, St. Augustine, Fla.- .

too frequently unrcbuked. We opponents that he is a "northernman. they may.need for residences nt nominal District Registration Appoint -,' ,

Addres all communication to must say candidly, that in our opin- ." What of that? Did not the prices. ments.LaGmnge \

ion, there were present at the minority Empire State of New York, a few It I* Intended to drain the entire prop
EAST COAST ADVOCATE, and cut roads through the lane dist.No. 1 '
caucus several men who have erty at Geo. B. Gardner
would years ago, enough good democrats proper distances, and lay It oil in five Titusville, 2, J. P. Blake .,.
TiTL'sviLLE, made
P. O. llox,422, FLOUIIIA. a better race forrepresentative to elect Grover Cleveland and ten ncre lots. The hammock landsare City Point, 8, Goo. N. Hatch <

-- and one, at least president? Should any man's democracy very rich, being fully equal In quality Kockledge, 4, E. E. Hill ...
Now doth the political boss and whose ready eloquence would soon or fitness for office Jje to the Turnlmll hammock, while they Eau Gallte, ". 5, II. It. OlmstoaUMelbonrne ;

anxious candidate have won a conspicuous respect for questioned because he happens to hive the additional ndvantisre of being ." 0, W. J. NesblttMil.xbar "
Bally forth to the higher. Lying between the bodies of II 7, K. C. Creech ,'
the various hamlets throughout the "gentleman from Brevard if come from a northern State, or hammock are fino light rolling,: pine lands Sebastian, 8, S. Bitching ,. '

county and sup with their long he had ever reached Tallahassee, from Ireland either, for that matter so that ft settler of limited means can St. Lucie, 0, JtH. Bell :

neglected brother, and patting his and one whom we could have supported : ? It takes a man of some stam- buy ft ten acre lot containing, say one Eden, 10, T. E. Richards. ..' '

children on the head with energy and enthusiasm ina to be a staunch democrat such third hammock for grove, one third Foil Drum," 11, II. L. Parker .'
say muck for 1(
many Mr. Atkinson and his vegetable gardening, and the Narrows 12, II. B. Archibald
agreeable things, make them- ability and as Mr. Chaffee has always been, balance of his lot will be hlch rolling Georplana, ",,1:3: Peter II. AVlttfeld

selves solid with the good: wife, and character, are well known to us, in some northern communities, and pine, healthy and well adapted for A residence. Merritt, !. 14, T. II. Sanders

then goeth away with the vote of nnd he has sufficient knowledge of and a democrat from that section Those of large means, who may Canaveral, 13, Henry Wilson ,. :'
the defects of the wish to own ten acres solely for cultlvntlort Haulover 10 Thou. \
the host. present tax and should receive as much credit as R. Crook ',,' :
road laws to discuss them intelligently !- who has and prefer to live In Titusville or The registration books will bo open at
one always lived where it at }Mime can buy that amount of solid Dixon & Gray's drug; storo until the '
THE route from the ADVOCATE when they come up for dis- pays to be of that persuasion. We muck or hammock, nn the case may be, second Saturday In September: t; '

olllce to the postofllce was almost cussion next spring. He is also have little use for that blatant democracy or may select A lot containing half of S. F, G iu r,

impassable lust Saturday night at in a position to know what which recognizes the each kind. Supervisor of Registration. ..

mail time. The conglomeration of amendments are needed to make stamp of southern birth as tho ',only The lands will be situated fully as well An Ordinance

negroes, barbed wire and lumber the County Court more \ll'Il'fulI11111' genuine characteristic of !shipping:. : as. any portion! of the Turn- PBOVIPINO
worthy CLOSING
which obstructed the effective ; and while he not be bull hammock, and, during the coming:
highway, may fellowship. Lord help the democ- season, at least, will lx ottered at about SALOONS Dcnixo CEIITAIX Hot-its.
caused many ti pedestrian to wonder particularly aggressive in the hand. racy that is never tested. Mr. one-third the price nuked for land east of BE It Ordained by the Town Councilof

if the wagon road was not to l ling of the octopus-like monopoly Chaffee is the right stuff, and even the railroad not ns well situated for shipping the town of Titusville,

be rpeferrod to the side walk. We which obstructs", our river, we believe though his democracy was not beyond io better in quality, and entirely That where It shall intoxicating be unlawful for any saloon
unsultcd liquors sold
presume the condition of affairs he will not withoM his sup- question it matters but very from Minis' Station living is upon.almost The road in said town, to do business between

referred to is perfectly proper, and ,I port from any efforts in that line little, as the legislature of Florida is it will pay OUr readers, when completeand time midnight and 4:JO o'clock a. m. on any

that it nobody's$ business to correct that 'nator Hardee may make i largely democratic. What we want will permit, to take A drive out to the day of the week except:Sunday; and that

the evil. Many ladies and not and if it were not for the fact tha is a man who will to the { I property referred to. It will bo a great It shall be unlawful for any such saloon .' .. '
go capital to do
his surprise to to find land of any between twelve ,
cicerones have many such "
few made it excellent
n gentlemen have
impos and
interrogated work for
this o'clock
section; who quality and of such ((12)) Saturday night and Monday ,
the ADVOCATE on this point, and Bible to put in a "good luck" for will put his shoulder' to the wheel close to the railroad. It certainly quantity was so at half-past four ((4::00) a. m. ", '

we drop this civil inquiry at their him without some other good man in favor of "free trade" on Indian to the writer when the matter was called Any person acting as the proprietor or

request. being hurt by the force of the blow, River, and rid us of the tariff imposed to his attention, and he investigated the manager of, or having charge of such
we don't know but we should takeoff subject a few months ago. saloon shall, upon being convicted ofviolatingthe
W. R. by the monopoly which exercises provisions of tide ordinance -
occupied the our coat in his favor. Thebes conclusive control of that While this land may not be ns free be fined not exceeding twenty-five dol
office of assessor long enough to l legislative timber from the dangers of frost if it Ian
r has not yet been great at ns were for each offence. '.:..,
know what his duties are ; he has i brought to the mill. There are waterway present. The situated on Merritt'g Island or in the This ordinance shall become operative "",
severul who
man the '
reached that point where his successor good trees still goes to legislature and Narrows and for this reason may not be upon being signed by the :Mayor, and y
can only arrive after severalyears standing in the fails in this obect will not have considered by some suitable for vegetable after it shall have been published for five
forest. fulfilled his mission will growing, there are many points in week .
; not have
of experience. He has puzzled been faithful to Mistrust its favor, which, if considered, will satisfy Done and ordered In open Council this
over the lands in the ; will notghe the investigator or home seeker that 14th
county Our Contemporaries. satiefuctitn day of August, A. D. 1W>0. .>'
till he can see them all in himind's to his constitu it will pay to settle upon fully OH much WALTER S. GRAHAM, .-+' '
ents. as lands further south.
The matter of .
and knows them Chairman tem. .
eye, pro. -
by THE ADVOCATE sincerely appreciates transportation alone will, in our opinion, Approved this 14th
day of August '
name. A .
new man hold counterbalance .
taking of Mims. the risk of
the kind words of welcom damage from A. D. 1800. .
the office will involve it in such frost. Think of the saving in the
which its expense 2-St. DE. ". R. WILSON
advent has called forth I Mayor.
confusion that his dearest friends i Mr A. J. Carter returned getting the crop to market.
from its last
contemporaries in Brevarc Ten cents on each crate Is
will regret that they ever voted for Saturday from a visit to Georgia.Mrs. an advantage
County. "A is over river points, as well
prophet not without as the .
him. i EDEN
If the
B. R.
opponent of 1\Ir San and her Interesting additional cost of .
honor in his getting crates, while .
tiers were a man skilled in land : been verified own country" has not little family visited friends here la"t week at least one day, and in many cases two

matters there might be some : in our case, for n O Dr Daniels, of Cocoa, is in town,busily or three, are saved in getting the crop to
of his filling the possibility : warmer words of encouragemen engaged In filling the "molars" of a market, which with perishable vegeta. '
sat ; have come from any portion of the number of our citizens. bles often mean one hundred per cent
isfactorily, but. if our information ; State than those which our Mis* Ida Beck returned home after better return The hammock lands are PINEAPPLE ,I.

is correct, he has had no preparatory .....,,:..t.I. __, L___ .. ,. nea. spending throe very pleasant weeks with.... equal tO any In the StatA for nt"*nrra.- /.?!-
training whatever to adapt or -5..uuu aaqv II'H ("OD81ralneo 10 friends at Sanford and Jacksonville. tare and are far enough south to make

fit him for the office he aspires to utter.It Mr. and Mrs. Marsh of Oak Hill the more hearty vegetables, such as cab- -
till. Is highly gratifying to the on a visit to their daughter, Mrs., are A. bage, onion, etc., a sure'crop. PLANTATION.

editors of this paper to find themselves Dickinson, of Aurantia. Several families have announced their I

The Lost Dry Dock.A in such amiable and progresuive Rev. Mr. Cohen will preach next Sun intention of making home on the prop "
company, and it will not be considered day evening at 7 o'clock. All our neigh- erty a*soon a*it i*placed upon the mark T. J3. H.iolaarca.s: ,
bow are cordially United to attend. et, which will occur about Xov. lit and
as an unfounded Eden Indian
good deal has been said during compliment when we or that empty We were pained to hear of the serious any of our reader, who may contemplate Rifer Florida. ;$

the past week, about the benefit say no illness of Mr. Henry Thompson of Aurautio. purchasing laud for orange or vegetable
portion the
State growing
would do
can boast of a A well to inspect these
Titusvillo would have derived if the messenger panned through lands before FOR
better class
of thin deciding
newspapers than puce: Tuesday upon their location
evening the
dry dock; recently built by the J., T. those which the field to Titusville for medical aid.on way while others who are of a speculative
A K. W Ily., had remained occupy in turn., will find this an
here Urevard Our opportunity of Wines
at are busily &
county present. engaged in getting in
and it has been hinted on the ground floor. Spirits
through the The improvement so plainly and preparing their lands for fall and "'Inter'ganlell8. '
I press that our merchants were not steadily noticeable in the By the large quantities fer- This enterprise may prove of great Im-
1 as active in the "Star"during tilizers that i* bring put off here portance to Brevard .
matter as I im county; for If the '
I might have been, otherwise it would they the past year has been the : agine there will be a much larger area drainage of this property prove a satisfactory :Beers .'
subject of planted to truck than .. undertaking
1 have been located here comment on every hand i In previous ye..*. Its and i* profitable to ,
instead of while the "Public Mr. W. II. Harrison left promoter,* their success will
Spirit's" ,
| lit Eau Gallic The establishment increase in size and the great hi. place at Blue Ridge lie Tuesday took a large for doubt be followed up by operation of no a CIGARS ETa.OF V
I of anything at this point that would pungt'ntand force of hand*,with him. It U LMnten- greater magnitude, in the near future. .
I high tone of its matter has tion to plant The company have abundant THE FINEST ''
employ labor it to be a number of acres In capital and QUALITY, : ,
Ibut there encouraged, won for that paper an enviable m>p Upon his return he will garden if the plan they have In hand at preWt "', -
certain GO
Ta are natural ad- position and the respect of its rea his hand to work finishing the cane-put ', yield proper return, they propose to undertake TO .-: .
stages possessed by the different.y ders war across the the drainage of .
as well as many new .ub crl- Lake. bay and the road to bait prairie they have to mind for certain culture large of Losley & Rcnakcr. '"

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Paints, Oils. o & Blinds VI: !

OtlS olillO Cool StOVCS. Orders filled same day received. Prices guaranteed. t%.
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and after two years can; buy it In at pri- Democratic Primary Election. ProfossionnlD. Cnl' Ft.
ces from two to five times greater than XTauman'sNewspaper .

he would have had to pay to the State. GAULDEN,

This takes away a great incentive In Tho Democrats of Erevan! county will .L. ,
; Eau Gallic. building up new communities appreciation -
in the value of land. Further- told a primary election on Tuesday ,the .ATTOUXKY-AT-LAW

more, after 181U( what? The company ,lrd day of September, 181X for the purpose titrsviu-K:, FtA.TA8. I Subscription 3i
i" bound maintain the canals 60ft. the Agency. ;
We hail the ADVOCATE with pleasure.Mr. to of nominating candidates for
wide and 5ft deep to that date, but the following offices: i
William Treutler IB expected back statement in the communication refer THE PIOXKKK: AGKNCY. ''r
red to above, that the canal Is a patent Member of the House of Reprcsenta- ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ;
also Gleason.
and Mrs.
*J 1100114 BO self dredging canal, warranted: to wear; lives, a Cll'l k of the Circuit Court, Sherff Will nrnrtlcc In all the Conrta of the Seventh .

,I All our people are pleased at the contemplated Indefinitely, will hardly be believed by Tax Collector, County Treasurer and Judicial Circuit (if }'Iorloill.r. For terms and sample copies acUlicsaCIIAS. "r (

improvements at this pl.ioe.John anyone acquainted: with tho nature of Tax Assessor. Also, where! the terms or o. Ikx,205. TtTfSV1 LI.K, KtA. H. NAUMAN, 'rITl''VII.1.1t. P,'O., ,err
saiid. The only way tct have made the Money to l. mn. 1 .
McAllister has just finished ant canal at all lasting would have been to eomnilsnioiiH have explrid, Justice of Ih't'II'I1'CIlnt, Flu. 1

other; artesian well; this time for .C. J. carry off the sand dredged. We thinkwe tho Peace and Constable for each Jusllct) (.KomlR M. RonilHM. WAI.TEnS.GaANAM. ;

): Young. are safe in affirming that not only Hshlct. Time voting shall be by ballotat 1 bOBBINS GRAHAM, J. M. Sanders Co.,

will the canal never enter Biscayne Bay, '
Eau Gallic can boast of more artesian hut not even Luke WOI.thfor, at Jupiter tho legulivv voting place; In each precinct ATTOUNEYS-AT-LAW, Doalois

wells than any place on Indian Hlver. It the real work will commence. It will between the hours of 1 a. m. and TiTrsviLtK, Brevard Co., Florida..

\ now has 21 wells. not bo dredging across a narrow; Hand I 0 p. in. 1'. o. ik>x,m DRY GOODS NOTIONS
spit, but will be solid digging! 12 to 15ft. The managers of said election In each Will practice In nil tile cOllnUM or the Seventh ,
r The pile-drivcrhas Arrived from Tltnsvillc deep for miles, w Ith a cut through a high district shall bo the following subcommittees rircnlt and In the Supreme l'mrt. Hixrt'lnl fa CROCKERY, tt
and before the next Issue of the sand hill, -double those! figures. And littles for KxmulnlnK and IVrfeotlnn Land SADDLERY
'Itleg.. 'nrroiMioiiilenre' .nll lteil from Claim ,
or such as they -
while from Lake Worth to persona may appoint
Biscayne Bay
c ants pnd heirs to HpanlHh trantx..
ADVOCATE, we have no doubt It will be STATIONERY,
I there continual most of
are waterways, : Money to Ixwui. 1DIt.
In good working order. them are too narrow and winding to be Haulover-D. F. fluky, W. U. Fair- FAMILY MEDICINES,

11' Mr. J. O. Walton killed a large rattlesnake of much utIKty. The Company has had child and T. R. Crook. M. D., L. DODSONCjjSi/ GARDEN SEEDS.
the of the project for scores of
'; on Friday, measuring Oft. When ; Canaveral N. X. C. 1'. CHOICE OKOCimilM,
miles on Indian River It has received its Penny, Honeywell SPECIALIST IN OPERATIVE, SURGICAL .
;\ opened it had a full-grown rabbit in Us quota of nearly 4,000 acres to the mile, and Henry Wilson. Jk MECHANICAL DENTISTRY, HAY CORN, MAPKh': FERTILIZERS

'\; .stomach. The snake-skin now adorns where not a spadeful of sand has had to Roekludge-A. W. Hardeo and T. K. TltrSYlLLH, FLOUI1U.Arhlnff FINE PATENT FLOUR.

the walls of Mr. Walton's parlor. IMS moved, and when the nccctwlty of actually Dixon. Tenth Filled\ sail 1're.c'rve.1 wltliiint Gooon, r'loz'ic1LL.
digging appears, It will quietly ilextrurtlon to nerve A '....e Mrs. Treutler is still mating improvements give up its existence. \CI\lnhar-Elt Arnold and Cal Arnold. fully\ treated. 11 vot Teeth and CrownH AiljiiKt-
around her hoteL She has had Melbourne F. Gibbn C. J. Hector ed In artlxtla lit)lu. Jlniken """'IhfenIo.l.. All\
the mont approved| | klmli of I'lnti work and
;k all the rushes cleared out of tile river at Melbourne.Dates R. W. Andrews. I warranted r lnlex, Extraction.M Ht nicely. las Adudmi.teret\ for 1 BROS.

k: the corner of her land; Sand has men 'Barker's Bluff-S. Kitching,Paul Kroo- .

t "making a most picturesque looking little gel, A. cFol'd.Titus'll1oHobt.. LA RUE P ELY,

1, arbor under the palmetto trees, for the are ripening on Mr. Allan Campbell's Morrow, E. II. Rice, Merchants! ,
!\ benefit of her guests. Those who have trees. L. A. Brady.
Notary VuMlo for the Suite at tarjro. I
It: not seen the Treutler hotel and pounds Can anything be more perfect than Narrows-H. B. Archibald, W. N. Contractor and Bulkier of over 30 jcurs' experience. Eau Gallic, l la.,

w I should just have a peep nt it. this delightful weather? Jones, Iloht Ayers. Natural Inlult a Ppeulnltjr.MKUIOITRMS .
Fort Drum John M. Swain
l A two story school house Is contemplated I .
Lower River. ,here, for the white public school Holmes, J. P. Padgett ---- ------------- Gi-ocorles, Fancy Fruits, Choice TOM,

Mr. S.; F GIbbs Intends enlarging and City Point-J. D. Hatter, R. A. Har- Election Notices., Coffees, Spleen, Food Products'etc.

M improving his residence at an early date. dee,.C. A.Willard.Merritt'g DRY GOODS.

Capt. A. J. Lewis is getting Ilutchln- Inland-John II. Sams, S. J. To the Democratic voters of Brovaril -

,son Island ready for actual settlement In Oyster season will soon begin. Hope Field, J. R. Carter. COUNTY: Steam or Sail Boats for Chatter by tho
they will be more plentiful hero than last Tho late Democratic Convention of
the near future. I season. Eau Gallle-H. R. Olmstcod, Tom this county having decided! to remit' the Day, Week or Munth.tT. .

The pineapple regioa from Fort Tierce basil, John Hou8tou.GeorglanaUcn nomination of all county officers directly
to the St. Lucie river Is en a boom, and :Mr. W. M. Campbell has had fig trees Booth, C. T. Vernon, to the people at primary election to beheld W. R.OgCrS; ,
,courts investigation bearing this year, which were planted on the 23rd: Instant, caucus of del ', .I
only two years ago. Uufus Stewart. egates to said Convention was held at DEALER IN CLOTHING, (
B. F. Pratt, formerly of Wausau, Win., LaGrange-L.-J. Cockshutt, A. J. Carter the Indian River Hotel on the 2rd of "
The lathers are at work in MrBranch's Gents. Furnishing Goods Shoes Hats
finds the climate of Indian River balm "
a ; Perry Day. August, where the undersigned was recommended ,
.1 for the woes of life. cottage, and the plasterersw '
.. soon follow. Fort Pierce---T. J. Do bteuben, Jas. F. to the Democracy of the county Caps, Umbrellas Trunks, Valises, !"::
Mr. W. S. Tancre, who has just returned for the ofhYo of Representative. In .
Bell Ed Summerlin. '
;; from an extended tour,north, thinkswe Did you ever taste an alligator peal? accordance with said conimrmlitlon, ]I FINE CIGARS, Etc: ,f ;\
will enjoy an active tinnist season. We tried our first last week, and-well, Edcn-W. F, Richards, J. II. Le Tour- hereby announce myself ns a Candidate Tho only house In town making specialty }';..
we think the seed Is the best part. nan, John L. Jenson.. for that office, subject to tile will of the of Gents. Furnishing Good*. : ';

The success attending:; time artesian well The managers In each precinct must party to be expressed through the primary Drop in and examine my. stock, and '
.of U. L. Lucas, Is turning tho attentionof
; Tarpon are seen occasionally. Mr. A. election.
to the result of the election and compare prices. Cohh' cuntomers com fv 'r
our people to the subject of irrigation E. Rogue struck one with a spear, the certify C. E. CIi.srrE6.: mend every consideration competitors f f! ,I:

Mrs. W. H. Tancre Is expected homes other night, and got a few scales. number of votes cast for each person for claim to confer.Call 1 ; ,

In a few days, from Montgomery; A1:,. Dr. A. E. Lyman to re-cover each position, and send; the same in sealed I hereby announce myself as a Candidate when convenient. First door > .

Mr. and Mrs. Schubert may return with his house with clapboards proposes, and build an envelopes together with the ballotsto for Ro-Nomlnatlon for the oft! south of AHVOCATK ofllco. \

her, to remain permanently. addition of several rooms. D. L..GauUlcm, Chairman of the Democratic ce of Tax Assessor, subject turatlflcatloi
the Democratic voters the
by of
If rumor proves reality we will 'have Executive Committee, Titusvlllo, Countyat '
'; substantial additions to wr population Dr. Eugene Bralnerd returned, last Fla. No returns will Ito received by the the coming primaries. DIXON & GRAY -
Yours ,
this fall and winter. Our advantages are week, from his summering In Kansas Faithfully ,
becoming known, and examination and lie says it was far. hotter there than here County Committee after October the 8th. W. K. bA.VDKKS. Dcialen In

,Inquiry only seem to confirm our desirability The managers of said elections will please Drugs, Chemicals Perfumery, Toilet
Squire Ely, Dr. C. II. Stewart and Mr hereby announce myself as a Candidate I
.; as a place for permanent: residence, forward said returns after sale I '
S. F. Gibbs at last to as soon for Re-Nomination the oil Articles Fine
were Cocoji Friday, for I Soaps Stationery
or lor profit in pineapple culture, or for: ,
,. of investment. Labor Js In attend the regular convocation of Bre election as possible.N. re of Clerk of tho Court, subject to rail
purposes vard Lodge of F. A. M. flcatlon the Democratic of I JEWELRY,
strong demand at good wages land val \ N. PENNY, by voter the
ues still within the reach of the County at the coming primaries.
are poor: Fish are very plentiful the creek and Secretary Your Obedient Servant : MACHINES.
; man, while for the man who is able and D. L. GACI.DEX Chairman Democratic ,
river. The rush of mullet, as some predatory A. A.'SrKWAitr Gun, Pistols, Sewing Machine and
willing to toil there are opportunities unexcelled .
fish dashes them for his Committee
among Executive Dl'evard'county..
: Machinery Repaired. Watches, Clock ',
where north IIIIJ.th.Palm .
any or breakfast is liko the sound of water
a Jogs and
M, DixoN, hereby announce Jewelry a Specialty. \;,
fall.In myself a* a Candidate for the ofllce School! Book and School Supplies :;

Itcaelu: our communication last week It Master's Sale. of Treasurer, subject to ratification by; Subscription taken at publisher' price ',"U;

was stated that Mr. S. M. King intended Under and by virtue of a decree of the Democratic voter of the County of for Newspapers, Books, Magazines: etc.

setting out 1,000 pine slips on his lately forcloimre and sale rendered by the judgeof Brovard, at the coming;: primaries. Prescriptions carefully compounded at

acquired property, which was a mistake, the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial Your obedient servant, any time, day or night. 1
Palm Beach should be called Calm 10,000 slips,being the number.Mr. JOHN M. DIXON. N
Beach"in the summer days, for the u eventful Circuit of Florida, sitting In chancery, .
hours glide by uninterrupted R. W. Andrews and J. F. Berginare at chambers, for the county of Brevard, TELIEVIN'G
a that a majority of the
: only by an occasional political lurry. gone to tho sea shore for a week or dated the 2nd day of August, A. I). 18K( 13 Voter of thin precinct favor the Drugs, .
two. hoping the change will be beneficial in a certain cause wherein Amon D.
> Our friends. White and Illllhousa hold to Mr. Andrews, who has been in delicate Pitts is complainant and Alfred U. Traf re-election of 8. U, RAY as County Patent Medicines; '

|the fort at Brelsford Bros store, both of health for some time past. ford and Jessie D. TratTord et al are defendants Treasurer, we take pleasure In present '
|the If a [having gone northward for a I will sjll at public ill ing his name to the Voters of Brevart
breath of,cool air, et cetera Te see the freight landed here, one front of the Court House door of Titus- county. SEVERAL CITIZEN Elegant Perfumery and Toilet Articles
>:, would think dull times did not ailed our villa Brevard Florida LaGrange, Fla., Aug. Mth, 1800. Ft
Messrs.:Turner Owen, photographer ,, county, on the '
merchants in any great degree. Two or first Monday in October Kept constantly on hand at'
during the legal ,
visit last
us a tiring week
gave stopping ,
three times week the Candl
a steamer runs over announce myself as a
few hours of sale, for cash to the Thereby
only to toke shots at the Co- highest
i a snap to Mr. Hector' dock with a lot of goods. for Renomlnation for tho of. '
?coanut Grove house and Mr. It. K. McCor. bidder, the following described real trice of Sheriff, subject to ratification by J. B. Screven'smtua

Jmick's beautiful place. ,Our townsman. E. C. Thomas who estate, to-wlt: the Democratic voter of the County at
has the keeper A tract of land shown on the map of
; The sea w&U in front of McCormick'fRidgeway' occupied position of book the coming primaries. STOiti- .
Robbln & Graham,* addition to ,
for Mr. L. C. Oliver,for several month Titus .. .
and BreUford' places, and are past, will, W6' are informed, return 'to vole as lot twenty-eight,'ajd lot having JAMES: E. BOWUAK Also the latest Nerrspnpers.,' Periodicals l'
rapidly hing completion
| approa a frontage of feet
sixty Maine
Melbourne this week and take interest on street
an etc.
with that in front of Mr. Barton's, wll and back ,
running a depth of
in the store of E. eighty
general Mr. P.
,make. a wall a quarter of a mile long. Branch. eight feet; said map of Robbins & ira Thereby announce myself a* a Candl
ham' addition i* uow on record in the for Renomlnation for the office .
Capt. Oeo. Hunt kindly broke the
mol The Ladles of the Church of Tax Collector, subject to ratifica-
Episcopal Clerk's
office of {
notony the other day, by a pretense of county or *o Indian River .
tion by the Democratic voter of the
wrecking: the "lUerhound." She came met, last Friday, at the Goodu House, and much of above described property awill
organized Guild with Mrs. E. M.
a Camp be sufficient to satisfy said decree
from the with and
r Key 25,000 slips, entering -
bell as and Miss Allen Respectfully your.
president II and
aaee.etary tests of sale. Purchaser to
the Inlet at the critical moment pay
the wind ta take breath and the and treasurer. They propose for title E. W. HALL ;,
i stopped 3 3f"
b Deerhound recliued on a bank until to repair the church and rectory a* the J. P. TL'JUIER, State Bank
first good work. Special Muter. announce myself a* a Candi-
i;the bank broke through. Neither live I, Thereby ,
lost -and she will Tbe disastrous fire Cocoa UOBBISS A GRAHAM for Re-Nomination a* Prosecuting
[nor slips were :, soon -at should I
f again plough our i 'lucid lake. Capt teach us to exercise greater caution. Solicitor for Complainant. 4-fit Florida Attorney for Brevard County Titusville, Fl.orida.IXCOOPOBATKD {
|uddyback was in command.: The business row on Front street i* admirably subject to ratification by the
Democratic voters of the County at the -
situated for fire.
a big it
It it quite amusing to see bow thai coming primaries. : UlTDEH THE LAW OfTliK
is protected by an artesian well
moss the Florida Coast flowing HODGES & GODFREY Your STATS
grown nearly half a million gallons In 24 hours obediently : or FLQBIDA.
l canal, bestir Itself,an. the time approaches JA*. T. bAVDEB Authorized .
with pressure enough to throw a good Capital. . m 1100,000
for the ele tlon. Drudge are cartel _.. ._ _.. ._.
around and thrilling communication stream on any of the buildings, but we Manufacturer of -- Paid-up Capital. .. . '. 125,000
doubt if a single hydrant provided witha Notice of DIftgolutiou. -

wondone hose and nozzle. Yellow Pine A General Viuiklu UU.JBM TrMeacUd/
THIS i .
to certify that the firm of J: --- ,
nunication. In your issue of the 15th, Mrs. R. W. Goode received, last.week, 1 H."VVaton & Co. dissolved co-part- JAMES PKITCUABO, President .

h af any one could take up land to the a telegram announcing the death of her BOl'GB DBE88EDOro nenhlp on the 1st day of May 18'JO. AU W. B. BAUJTETT: ; Vice-I'reIdent;

ount of 80 acres, was hardly true to lIi"terlra. Donalson, of Chicago who lies H... .. bill due the late firm are to be paid to W. M. Buowjr CUJUer.; i
|act, as the powers that be have conrued was a victim of "La Grippe" last winter ( Mr. J. S. Watson; all claims against said ,
the phrase, "heads of families," and continued an invalid for months. halt A T.(etbU Crate firm to be paid by Mr. J. 8. WaUon. Director: James Prltthard, W. B. .

i it appear in the Act, to mean married The last time heard from, her health had Lnmberiellveredstaarf>an;or Indian River J. 8. WATSOV Barnett, J. II. Durkee W. tt, Grahamand
tat Ikrmurli bill ollAdl. W. M. Brown.C .
CD, leaving the energetic bacJ1.Jor. Improved, and she expected to spend the Aajron* euatomulM-
young iu
; :o*UM Let CWM. mU ta 3 8. IL lUr.
who to toIte winter in da. After inch rn.torpI sssateel IwerJ'! vor Co......*. with Conservative
come a new country on encouraging TlM itewouil l on Uta '
a home oat in the cold. It is iota news, the sudden announcement J.. T.* I[. W. By. t Bile Kraft ol 1'UiU liaaklas 11:..........

great }boon; a married man cano of her decease wa a great blow to Mrs. Satsuma flights Fatiian co. Fla. Correspondent : Seaboard )National
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1 "" TO AN OLD APM.E-TREE. aprons and Lady Washington caps, and stay, and finally drew lots, and it fell td BUDGET OF FUN.! The intention was good, but the trid* .
M looked if had dispteuedher.Lmdo't
yp for action. J 1- M something >
t'r were ready .
\ ThoM maimed limb Jim."I'm ,
plead thy story '
eat] 2tooniine.nEvERsIico --
wounds Even in my misery I noticed how unusually not really anyhow <
i upon thy body speak for thoefI
pretty Teddy looked. IIer hairis that young person; philosdphicallyj; UU91OROT7S SKETCIIKS: FROM --
Chou art a Veteran soldier scarred with
;I glory the purest gold color, and makes hundreds "and, M you and Teddy seem awfully VARIOUS SOURCES. NATURE'S LAWS.

of little rings round her face, and tow about leaving the family nest, per. Tho conversation had turned on an '
brave old
I. apple-tree the has a color like a wild rose on each haps it is just as well that I am not AnglomaelaoUngallantStwntd old bean, who by the aid of cosmetic.

! Oft hart thou borne up under cheek. But on that day the excitement: brought forward just yet." in and other artifices seemed to grow a lit*)
! Dnset of storming wind and shot of hall; the hurry and the indignation combinedhad "The effect will be overwhelmingwhen be Safe-A Gentle Hint-Afraid- tie younger* every year.

i And once a sword-lunge of assailant thunder made her blue eyes blaze her cheeks you ate,". said Teddy laughing; Dead but Not Forgotten "YbU will see," said some one "how',

I Slashed down thy barken malt brilliant as carnations and every little but secretly wo all thought Jim the A Heavy Load. Etc. he will succeed in hiding the ravages of

I I II Old age, disease, and battle curl bristled defiance of the Townsend beauty of the family, for, with the time." l

I Bave scathed and crooked and crippled all and our wrongs. But more was to come. golden hair, she had soft-brown eyes and A ,sample be of fortune' freaks' "And finally die of extreme youth

form Up drove the first van with one man. dark: eyelashes. His speech quite English sound, added another speaker.- -Jutgt.
; Ue sometimes of his money speaksAs
And thy Brlarcan bare arms clash and rattle, Both Teddy and I were at the door and It was with the utmost serenity that s, d andMeanwhile A ,.."'(

Tort in the wintry storm. exclaimed i"Where's Teddy and I accepted Mrs. Raymond'sinyitation A DESIRABLE LOCATION.Houso '
the other man!" to stroll about the grounds his father poor old man I Hunter--'! have looked over
I seam to feel thee shiver little with her and Keeps him in cuffs sad collars
see some new neighbor
"Sure he slut for bU that house which recommended so
rearm, was by And pays for them, as well as he caD you
As on thy nakedness hangs rags of snow; old woman. One of the childer'a scalded only lately come to live at Chester With good old U. 8. A highly and I find the walla damp,''tho

Mal charitable Spring, the gracious giver, hisself, and it' half over Dolliver I've o rove. -Ttrrt tlautf Ezp..",. shutters half off, the drainage out of S

O'er thee her mantle throw I been thrying to foind somebody to take We were arrayed In the finest of linen order the cellar full of water, and thar

She will; and sunshine spilling the job, and niver a one is there doin' lawns, white, with a small blue figure DEAD BUT SOT FORGOTTEN. roof leaky." .

Prom blue skies thou again halt drink as nothing at all, stall! with blue belts, and white muslin shade- Poor Dutnley Is dead. He has paid Agent-"Yes, sir, I know the house

wine, Here was a dilemma. late with blue bows. Blue neckties, Us debt to nature." is in rather bad condition, but think of
knots of blue In our curls, and blue. '"I wish he had been as considerate to in that
And feel afresh the rush of young blood "Well said Teddy "those things its advantages-there isn't a piano
trimmed white gloves constituted out 1 ne."-Jfuntty't Weekly.BHOVLD .
thrilling have got to be taken into the house. block. -New York WetUy. ,
Through that old heart of thin*. I You and I can carry some of the light costumes; and I can answer for Teddy'sbeing -' -
exceedingly becoming. BB SAFE.
For In the season duly I. Strolling leisurely along we met two this boat to ,
White-"When begins
Neither I knew that wish would call at the
Teddy nor we Lady-"I
Each yeas there you
n7011dh'rl perennial in white linea suits and straw dinncrll
gentlemen toll I expect: my come up.
had an audience. Not until long afterward office of Mr. Oldrich, 909 Fashion
power hats; wo heard Mrs. Raymond says"Allow Brown-"Why, I thought you bolted
were we aware of the wicked trick avenue contrive to have some conversation
Within the, and thou then
rejoieest newlyIn me to introduce the Messrs.'ownsends It down."-Detroit Fret Press.VNOALLANT. .
robes of leaf and flower. that WM at that instant devised. From returned from with the venerable gentleman and
round the corner of the house appearedtwo Europe so'far as you are able examine into his
)fr. John Miss Theodoisa
Townsend .
Ay, though thy years are many, men in flannel shirts, minus collars, physical condition. I desire to know
And sorrows heavy,yet from winter's gloom neckties or hats; with hair in wild confusion Brent; Mr. William" Townsend, Mis I Mrs. St&ggers-"Scientistl says the how long he likely to live."

Thou Issues, with the young trees glad Many and extremely dirty hands and 'homasine Brent. earth is drying up." Physician"Certainly. Are you his

faces. In the richest of brogue one of I thought I wa* going to faint. I Staggers (crossly)-"Yes. You follow wife!"

As quick of green and bloom. them respectfully addressed Teddy and heard Teddy ganp. I saw Mr*. Raymond her example: will youl"-Epoch. Lady- 'No: but I have a chance to'
ail majestically and then I looked
The bluebird's warble mellow requested work.I away; be."-New Pork Weekly.

&t.urullib and calls thy name really wonder now that we didn't again. A GENTLE Hnrr. I
memory Yes, it was "Bill; and Teddy wa .
And, as first love, the oriole's plumage yellow embrace them. But we engage their Pushing, with drooping eye, before Young Staylate-"Yes, Miss Edith, I BE KNEW HER FAILCra

services at once, and how they worked 1 "John." always pay as I go.ItEdith"Indeedl "Papa" saId the young mother "I've

Burns through thy shad like same They did a considerable amount of "Would you please forgive us!" said Then I suppose. decided on a name for baby; we will'
laughing whenever they alone and never pall"-NunleY" Wu lV' call her .
Thou quiver'it in the were John presently. "We had just come you Imogen. g.
they required the most minute directionsfor I Papa was lost in thought for a few-
lane mornings to the welcoming of song, over to Dolliver, and had heard for the
everything they undertook but they AFRAID. minutes he did not like the name, but
And bees about their business of the honey first tlmn that there was any personal ;
Whisper thea all day long. put down carpets and put up pictures feeling involved in the 'sale of our fa- City Sportsman-"Seems to me the if he opposedit, his wife would,have

and carried in furniture and unpacked tier'* property which we had regarded rabbit in these woods are very shy of her own way. .,

This thou art bleit and ble eat- glass and china, in fact, worked with as a mere business transaction. We were 1. me." "That's nice," said he, presently. "My

Thy grace of blossoms frult.Jnllnto gold; might and main, leaving to the driver of coming up the street beside your house Pot Hunter (with full bag)-.."Maybe first sweetheart was named Imogen and ,

.And thus, in touch with nature, thou pos- the van only the task of going to and when we saw your distress, and, having they think you've got a club.Good she will take it as a compliment."

.rarest fro with'the goods which he managedto nothing to do, we took off our coats and Net .. "We will call her :Mary after my

The art of growing old. load with Martha's assistance.At vests and hats and rubbed a little mudon mcther," was the stern reply.-Harper1!

.. Kinnty, in Harper's Jfayatint. noon we unpacked a substantial! our faces and hands and-" NOT THE RIGHT KIND OF BAIT. Bazar.

lunch and a* Bill and John our new "It was just for a lark, you know" Bally-"Captain Shuffle says the hAre -

AN AWFUL TIME. help showed no signs of going home we pleaded Bill, as his brother paused; "and bor is full of sharks, and I am awfully FATE OF AX APPLE PIB. -"*

spread out a meal on the kitchen table you did look just ready to cry you afraid of them, aren't you!" .'Oh. Edward I'm so disappointed I

and sent them in to it. I never in my know.: Clarice-"Oh, I'm not afraid. The could cry," wailed the young wife.' .

BY ANNA SHIELDS. life heard men laugh so much over sandwiches "It wa very good of you," said: Teddy, captaintold me that they were all man- "What's the matter, darling Don'tbe

It was an awful time. In the first hard-boiled eggs and coffee. looking very much u Bill had just described eating sharks."_L\fe. discouraged. We all have things. go
In all this time, you may be sure Teddy "
at times.
it the middle contrary
place, wa July, and we
had to move. Old Mr. Townsend died and I were berating these horrid Town "Yes, we are very much obliged," I MULTIFARIOUS DUTIES. "It's so aggravating. I started out to

And every stick and stone that he ownedin sends at every turn. We called them all said, thinking of all they had heard n* Biggs-"Our forefathers had wives m.ke.n apple pie and I think I must .

Dolliver was sold. His heirs, two sorts of name expressive of meanness sap about them, and wondering how that were of some account. They could have changed off to a cheese cake.' Butas

sons (oh, how we hated their very and selfishness, hoped their own house much they remembered.But do everything, from the family sewingto it now looks more like a bag pudding
would burn down and let them know
'name, knowing no more of them), had somehow just then we all looked driving oxen." than either I've had my trouble and expense
how pleasant it was to be turned out of a "
been abroad had come home, intending up, and in another second the air was Bogga-"They hemmed and La wed,as for nothing.
to divide their time between their New home they loved. We were sure they filled with laughter. It was irresistible. It were."-Detroit Fret PI''''. "That's all right dear. It won't go
were sour, grumpy old bachelors, and we whole to waste. We'll the compound .,
York residence and the family estate at The affair was too funny. simply use -
Chester Grove but they didn't want to hoped they would never marry unless it After that we were the beat of friends. TOOK: Hill AT nIl WORD. for rat poison and start again.."-
to old witch who would
bother with a lot of rented houses in all was the some round. worry Tho Townsends came often to Jenk't Blowpoy (to collector-"I can't pay Philadelphia Time.
Dolliver and theso year : Corner, und when Jim comes out
were peremptorily regv Please call .
All thdS we said in confidence to each you to-day. again.
doomed to be sold. other those arly, next winter she will have no sis- Collector-"This is very annoying. I A FINE DISPLAY OP CANDOB. .
never heeding quiet modest
Old Conway pounced upon our at men who wore so meekly obeyingall terly compunctions about Teddy or me, don't want to do that." Old Goldbug (to young Gotnjx who

once. Of course ho did I Mrs. Conway young our orders. because there will be a double wedding Slowpay-"Then stay away;but don'tlay has applied for his daughter)-"IIow.

and her two homely daughters had been in about two weeks. Teddy and I art that I didn't invite you."_WtttStore. much are you worth!" '

hankering for our house for years for, The house was really! In very nice going tu marry "those horrid Town- Young Gotnix-"I will be perfectly

though we did "only rent It," we had order and mother's room a* home like ends.--rA Ledger. frank with you sir; lam not worth any
lived there for thirteen aa we could make it, when at last the ".
years, and, oh, TOE DAT TO CELEBRATE. thing. ,
the addition and carriage drove up with our dear invalid, Old G.-"What ia .
improvement we had A Tor for the Chinese Emperor. Tour .alaryl"YOUDg
"Well old
Biggs- man to
made to Itl I We had doubled its value Jim and Martha. Mother wa very paleand you G.-"I will be quite candid

lam certain. We beautified it, Insideand propped up by pillows, and I was About two years ago they presented a be whooping it up a good deal to-day. with you, sir. It is 911 a week."
"You bet. I'm
out lavished worrying over the necessity of her walk complete miniature railway to the Emeror "Boggs- celebrating Old O.
; we our artistic tastes -"Well, young man I admire
the fourth.
the ing upstairs, when out walked our two > through LI Hung Chang, and the
the frankness
upon panels; we walls; your and candor. I will beequally
hired without orders flue whtch is about three miles gs-"An't you a little late!
whatever it
we had the floor men, any long,
puttied, painted and frank and candid with and
raised her tenderly and laid down within the "Nope; born last night."-Detroit you
polished and had gently pillows i Imperial city. Th?
Teddy actually paint. tell you if I ever see around here-
Fret Preu.
ed the most beautiful border and cor and all, in their lima, and carried her young Emperor i* very much interested again I'll have the butler break: your

ner-pieces of oak leave and acorns upstairs u carefully as her own sons,had In its works, and spends a great deal of neck."-Botlon Time.
round the entire sitting room. And she ever had any could have done. his time riding to and fro in the beautifully DID:r'T MAKE ANT KOISB.

now, to give it all up I Oh I those hateful Jim stand as well she might,and Martha updated little carriages. Sykes "Suppose your wife should A 'MEAN-'BELL.
Townicnds. muttered "Holy Moses I" as she madea He was greatly struck with the toy catch you coming home at this late A fellow
What added dive for the kitchen. railway and its influence upon the recent hour tot quiet young emerged fromone
to the distress
was the of our suburban hotels the other
fact that the only house we could find Teddy paid the men; Jim and I did decree has been very considerable. The Chipman-"I don't give! a rap.." and began poking in the sand which day i..

in all Dolliver to rent was a little two- the lost few things) necessary before rest old reactionary party among his admen Sykes-"Oh, that's the way. You thick there ,' with his
ing; and then we all gathered moth.er' were adverse to the miniature line brine sneak in without making any noise, eh I"Mu1Ut1l' just ,
story from
cottage quite a all
cane. Of course bystander him
a saw
room. laid down withia the precinct-oi-th-e- Weekly. ,
neighbors to whom we hAIl become and asked him what he was about. '
attached and in Such a chattering as followed the dear cred city and it was very near being returned -
a locality we detested. "I'm
for five dollar ,
a gold.piece
However there was no help for it.and mother laughing and talking as merrilyu t} the donors. But the Oovern. A HEATT LOAD. was the
1.1 said before wo had an awful time. any of UII. mesa was afraid lent it should give offense Mr*. Younghusband (putting the lash The questioner was interested, and,

It wu bad enough to know the dear, old "But, oh, what guys you two are !" to the French who are greatly feared ionable stringless scrap on her head)_ procuring a long stick, fell to diggingalso. -

home was lost to us, and that the Con. cried Jim. "Tom, you've torn yourself, the and respected since they burned and sunk "Why, really I don't see what will keep A second man did likewise and
ways were to enjoy all our labors of love u usual, wherever there was the smallest fleet. this bonnet on!" others followed suit, till at least, forty
on the walls and floors; it was sufficiently opening for t rent, and your cap is hang At first the high authorities would nol Mr. Younghusband (shopping with individuals had joined in the search.

exasperating to be compelled to take up ing half way down your back, while your allow any foreigners to have a band in her, glancing at the ticket-"The price, Umbrellas and canes and boot toes werebrought -

our abode JeoV Corner a locality we hair defies description. Teddy always laying down or working the model rail I think, darling."-Batar, into requisition and stirred

abominated but these were only the beginning docs keep nice, somehow; but now way. The result wa that when they the dust to such an extent, that the air up.. .
; will bear started the little engine they could not n
of our tribulation. even Teddy an application ol
QUERY: WHAT WAS HE! sounded with chorus of
a while-
and water." top it, and great consternation ,
The was
day we were to move was hot- soap
"Are going to Kldder'sUttle the policeman went distracted
oh "Same to said to the in the you girl'sparty nearly in
hot occupant
so and he dear mother having yourself Teddy. "I palace this afternoons""Of hb fruitless endeavor
done the work of about three men, the guess you sent all the mirror away be by their inability to control the strange crowd. to disperse the-
not. I'm
course not
previous week, and weighing at her best fore washed your face. You've got what contrivance of the foreigners which girl,
retorted de Haas."You'll .
times about ninety-four pounds broke Martha calls a 'smooch right across your dashed along the line till it wa pulled Finally some one remembered to uk:
''down with blinking; ( nervous headache. nose." up by coming in centact with a mound ol be at the" donkey party at the quiet young fellow how he happened:
Taylor's, won't you! to lose the coin.
earth. .
'Martha: a' treasure of a servant, had "Don'tbe personal young ladies," "Oh, yes; never miss that!''.Fuel. "Oh, I didn't lose he
already laid herself up by spraining her said mother ia a tone of extreme gentle. Since then, however, a French driver "I any, replied,

,wrist, la moving a trunk, so there were ness, "but perform your ablations, and i ha been procured, and the Emperor i* looked just thought I might find one if r

Teddy and Jim and I to "do" the mov see if Martha can make out a tea." frequent traveler upon the car*. COMPLETE INFORMATION. long enough, that's all."
"Mamma, what' twins Then each separate member of that.
asked the
ing. la a fortnight we had settled down in .
i Teddy elder sister Theodosla.and the house but did smallest child. party of volunteer searcher went silently
my new we not Pet Chickens are Danceroo
Jim is Jemima occupy "I know," replied an older before away and kicked himself, and the quiet
youngest sister; I am ourselves u of old, ia beautifying our "Pet animals one. -
says Dr. F. Saum in the mother young fellow sat down
Tbomailne, always called Tom ia the home. We were advertising far and could answer. "Twins and smiled till he
the St. Louis Cbb-Zfewioerac, "and even i* two babies just the was red in the face.-Chicajo Time
bosom of same .
my family. We are all young, wide far a house such as wa wished, and chicken will often age; three
we are all blondes, we are all small, and we hoped to purchase one. The priceof cause disease and babies are triplet; four are quadrupeds. I
all spread infection. Some people let dogt and five are centipedes."_St. Steam Without Fuel.
we are pretty. We have income of the one we had left was beyond our with Louis Slar.
sleep them
our own of three hundred dollar* a year, reach, but we thought we could bear of; about the an4 we nothing wrong Sayin"a.l A prominent chemist of San Francisco -

and the dear mother hat about twelve one at a more reasonable rate. favored practice, forgetting that the now in Superior Wi ., is prepare

hundred a ;year so we can live very During this time of waiting, feeling aa lain canine infected may have smelt and eYeD I .FLOra AT THE DOCTOR. lag to make public a discovery which-

nicely, indeed, ia a quiet place like if we really bad no home we had gone the upon day. Pet rags sad and refuse during "That doctor is the most dressy phvsi- will work wonderful changes inhe-
dogs birds
Dolliver. out but little. Mother was not well In confined clan I ever aw." economy of steamship transportation.

When mother patiently fainted away and the heat was very oppressive while lug from atck-ro infectious)ma with patient suffer. "You think so?" His scheme is to dispense with the use or

just u the first furniture van drove up Martha's lame wrist threw considerable or contagious diseases "Yes; every time he goes out on hi fuel of all kinds. Ha has devised an apparatus

to the door, Teddy and I detailed Jim of the house-work on our hands. other members frequently spread the disease to visit he looks a. if he had just come out by means of which water can be
of the
for active duty ia the hospital depart But one evening them came aa irre- about chicken 1 families. Carelessness of a bandbox." utilized as fuel. By means of his chem.
meat, sad promised to have mother'sroom sistable invitation also a cause of a "I scat machine the
from mother'* dear good deal of sickness ace. Dressed to kiU.-.B0, water ia to be resolved
made ready the first thing Ia the old friend Mr Raymond, of Chester the year."Ia at this season of Cwri r. into its elements, oxygen and hydrogen.

meantime she wu made comfortable in Grove, to a garden party sod a dance. the These gases are to be burned by mean
Jim's room, and Martha undertook to "You will all country there is nothing so of aa
stay night: of course :BETTER LEFT oxy-hydrogea machine
UK producing
healthy as a chicken bet *A ID.
superintend the loading of the vans,while she wrote, and I will lend the carriage close confinement when kept in It was at the close intense heat. The machine is placed
Teddy and I scampered off to the for at two o'clock. or allowed to range ia of the wedding adjacent
new you Be sure you all breakfast. One of the boiler and will thut
dirty stable the -
house to see to and alley they become guest arose and gen.erate
receiving the furniture come I cannot the
of steam
spare one you I regular diaease-spreader I glass ia band, said j I to propel the vessel.
Itwucleaa u anew pin; that But we did not all know of Local
go. Mother wa several "I drink to the health capitalist are taking hold of the
case of serious of
malarial the
eoe of bride-
ray comfort, and 1I't hung not equal to the eight-mlle drive and affection matter, and if the
our bats and oa the Jim caught In this manner, and a' least goon, May n* see many day like experiment prove
uJt biggtst t4 stored with bar# We aU wanted t* of typhoid. one > successful a big stock company will ha.

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F IS'EWI AND NOTES FOB WOXEn IDA LEWIS AT HOME Banishing ntd. Railroad Accident Statistics ,I.

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ChcoJa are very popular. now the Famous Heroine Lives ia Flies will not pASS through a net made I t

Braided skirts are worn this so-won. of thread, fine silk or wire stretchedacross A very Interesting column in northern 1
Newport Harbor. an window even though the railroad is devoted to accident
beau. open papers "
Red is with brunette
ever popular Running from the mainland into the meshes are an iprh apart, unless there is statistics. Accidents will happen, but '' i

UCSf west side of Newport harbor Is a long a window or light behind, it. This affords the fingers are valuable nevertheless and I R i

Shot alpacas are deservedly fashion stanchly built wharf. Were you to find a ready mean of excluding these peculiarly suggestive to railroad people. ,

able your way to the end, you would ero long insects from all our rooms which have The record of The Jiailrwid Oaiettt for :.i if..

The newer checks are irregular 01j lee from the lighthou beyond a woman window on ono side only however keep' June accidents, includes 64 collisions, 0? r \ ,;

broken. appear and glance in your direction. ing the latter closed. If, there derailment and six other accidents, a 'i

:; Sashes Presently, with agile Up, she runs down are window on moro than ne side of the total of 137 accidents, .which 88 persons :
are playing a very important the narrow ladder fastened to the stonewall rooms, flies can only be ke t out by using were killed and 233 injured.In I f

;:; part in the Season's fashions.! jump nimbly into A boat, unties it fine gauze for the purpose The best way a majority of cases tho official investigation fr. ..

English! women have better allroundfeet from its mooring, take the heavy oars, to destroy flies in a room i to exposo on leaves "cause unexplained." : .

'than their American cousins. and with a beauty of stroke all her own a shallow plate the following mixture Of all accidents, 82 per cent happened to '

-o Blonds Are said to be disappearing pulls with a long and a strong pull that Quassia chips (small), one-quarter ounce pavsengor trains and 03 per cent to i .f .

.. both in England and in America. sends het flying toward the step of the water, one pint; boil ten ninutrs, strain, freights. Of the S3 people killed. 411 ( *
'. pier on which you wait. Her back, it and add of treacle four ounces. Flies were employes, 14 passengers, and 9 "others. On the mend
Entire bodices or waists' of bead on I as erect as that 'of a }*>ung girl, hot will drink this with avidity, and are soon ." FittY-livelcorlo were killed by defects -tho consumptive who's not be- )'

foundation of net are something new. powerful strength manifest in the great destroyed by it. Cold green tea, very defects in equip reft of judgment and, good sense. J

F r It is to be remarked that the very long strides the rowboat makes, and yet, when strong, and sweetened wuh sugar, when ment, 147 bj negligence in operating, 9 He's taking Dr. Pierco's Golden 4{
stick sun shade is declining in favor. she deftly turns it round and you get a set about the room in saucers, will also by unforsecn obstructions and malicious '
If taken in ,
The'discovery has been made that no good look at her face, it can be seen thatit attract flies and destroy them. An ingenious ness, 04 by unexplained cats+es. Thirtytwo Medical Discovery.

two girls of the period have hats alike. belongs to a woman in middle life, but person has devised tho following accidents caused the death of one or time and given a fair trial, it will I ,t.

upon whom time has left few tell-tale plan Observing that a always walksuhwani moro persons each, and 44 caused injury effect a cure. Consumption U

There are women who have not yet| marks. She puts out a welcoming hand ) he made a window screen divided but not death, leaving 01 (43 per cent of Lung-scrofuia. For Scrofula, in iu

f adopted the blouse waist, but they are with a beautiful white wrist, adding a in half, The upper half lappedover tho whole) which caused no personal myriad forms, and for all Liver, ,

.very few. cheery smile and a word of greeting as the lower, with an[ inch space be- jury worthy of record. .1 Blood and Lung diseases, tho "Di.

The sleeves of checked dresses! are she makes ready to take you over to Lime tween. As soon as a fly lighted on the is an unequalled Kraody. 1

,made In gigot style and ended with a Rock as her guest. You have cause for screen jt proceeded to walk upward, and !!all's Catarrh Cure I.I a liquid and li taken It's covery"the If
only guaranteed ono. s
mall cuff.p self-congratulation in being thus favored thus walked straight out' of doors. Not internally and net directly upon the blood
by the heroine Ida Lewis. being able to walk down it had no way and mucous,surface,. of the system lend for it doesn't benefit or cure, you get
: Cosmetic artists and beautifiers claim testimonial f"* Sold by Druitist
Lila on a lighthouse/ situated as li to return to the room. By this means a F.J. CHENEY A CO., JYopr,Toledo,O. your money back. You only pay r
hat the veil is a detriment to a good Lime Ruck light, is not the gruesome : room can be quickly cleared of flies, decollate that for tho good you get."Discovery'1 .
omplexion. thing generally imagined. With a six. which always seek the light. even the popular no glove much to are the undremed.A strengthens Weak '

*. Small buttons of cut steel are being roomed house there are cares that fill the Lungs and cures Spitting of Blood
sed dresses to hold the day and other "gude wife "Mist child that In restless at night and don't ,
on drap- likeany ,
crcpon Our Eyes. steep well should be given Dr. Bull'. Worm Shortness of Breath. Bronchitis, 7
pries in place. Lewis has her pots, kettles, and pans to Destroy* It may have worms. Severe Coughs and kindred affec

'' Fans of shingle wood, on which autofrrapha attend to, rooms to sweep, beds to make, The eye are truly the "window of the "The of said much-tried traveler tions. Don bo, fooled into taking
and to read letters to path duty a
papers magazines but if these windows become marred
foul *
are to be inscribed have come "Is undoubtedly through the Custom
write, and all the various et csetcras to and inward to the soul liouse." something else, said to bo just as
injured looking ,
bnce more into fashion. ____________ "
manage which fill the time of a busy a must like a house In good that the dealer may make a
Smith's Tonlo
person appear very Ipmcrlbe Syrup my practice
.' Ginghams! this season excel all prC!. woman. A devoted church woman, she whoso windows are stuffed with old hit .. It to be as rrfommenued larger profit. There's nothing at $

plous .offerings in finish and colorings.: spends Sunday oa shore whenever ,. and wads of battered garments. Too a cure for, Ttx.chills and fever.A..lJruwllfl,M. D., all like the Discovery." It con b

hey come in stripes, checks and plaids. her brother is at home. great care cannot be bestowed on the eyes. Concord tains no alcohol to inebriate ; no

_ !\\AT| women at a Long Branch (N. J.) As the only woman light-house keeper :! Late hours, incessant rending or study, colored"Great man cry said and on little being wool shown" was his new what thai or sugar to derange di
in the in our country, and the last one that will excessive labor or electric I syrup i
otel appeared tho dining-room by lamp, gas, baby.
As in its
peculiar curative
then: day wearing $90,000 worth of jew. be Riven a light-for such is the verdictof light-all injure tho eyi*. Dissipation or.I FITS Mopped free by OH. KLIMI'S Gnu gestion.effects in its
the powers that bo-Miss Lewis has frequent rubbing also fatigue, or much NniVR Rrnonciu: No tit after Unit day's as composition.
lry. othrr duties that are unique. Exactly at will redden the and entirely u... Marvelous rare Treatise and fJ trial Equally good for adults or children.
Mrs. Ada Bittenbender, of Osccola, sundown she her and weeping eyes, lottle I rev. Dr. Kline. Hll Arch $t.. J'h11&I l'"
I must light lamp, destroy their beauty of expression. i '
tfeb., has tried many cases before the precisely at midnight another mint be WI" next" Hhee. are '
Children should never suffer sudden bAWIIUHt r..ted, aeS .
Court of Nebraska and has not the it h.. kl. tad ..tr1 :..
Supreme substituted. All through night changes from darkness to light, nor lame price nawped '
lost one. must be watched, and Miss Lewis likens should their hair be allowed to fall over off

: Mrs. Houghton, a resident of Spokane this constant care to that demanded by the forehead into the eyes. The light in $ Gowj / ,,!. 3.00

Falls, Washington, is said to have made an infant Tho wick might dare or burn Bleeping rooms should'never fall directly plll!,{ ., $Zoo

250,000 in real estate speculations in low, the chimney smoke or crack, or any i on the eyes, nor should tho room be 0o \

our years. of thehundred-and-one accidents happen : either too dark or too light. If the cyts \"I\\\I\\\ t'R

_ t that are ever taking place with tho use : have a slight discharge, never rub them. g "DIES'Z
j Brass plates are put on the high heelsf '
of kerosene oil. She can but catch catnaps This irratcs and reddens them.
> low shoes, to keep them from declin- hence tho nearness of her sleeping only 2.00ro
; Bathe with tepid milk and water,or in extract
Even the fine suode leathers are sunrise the law
ing. room to the light. At
of witch hazel diluted with water.
jenny'plated. requires her lamp, like tho foolish vir

The :Maori women of New Zealand arekilling gins', to have gone out, and from this The Religious Denominations. RDpZ1 f

themselves trying to wear corsets she is an enrly riser. The responsibility to the statistics of the New 0 $
i II no small one, for tho slightest neglectof
ince have them the mis-
they seen pn
_ York Independent, the most numerous
duty or accident to her light or lenses
ionary women. would bring report from the first seaman denomination in this country i* the Roman Miss 9 t.4d4.4

p Needlework scollops appear upon manyof who suffered by it. Lives hang on Catholic with 7,800: chinches, 8,800 [ .

_ the French vests, blouses and morning her vigilance, but to her credit no fight prleiU, etc, aod 8,237.800 popu.

dresses of China silk, sheer wool batiste on all the coast Is as regularly or perfectly lation, of whom 4,876,000 are : BNJOYS;
estimated to be communicant. ," '
and camel's hair. attended to, nor does any other Both \
the method and results when
Then the Methodists with in round
No meal is hard for the housewife gain from the Government Inspector *o come ,
j quite so W.L.DOUCLAS
Syrup of Figs is taken it is !
breakfast. The high a report. Miss Lewis keeps a daily numbvr, 4,08 ),000 communicants; Baptists ; pleasant J

ordinary to monotony provides as of eating b never so expense book, noting just the amount of 4,292,000; Presbyterian! 1,220,000; and refreshing to the taste, and acts S3 SHOE c lulTi'l MEN. 1 ;

_hard wick and oil burnt, and the time to a Lutherans 1,080,000; Congregational- gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, pr'hD4 11401.....OD postal for valuable lafurmattoa. 1
to overcome. ists and Episcopalians W. ... ..... ,..
second of the lighting and putting out 491,000; 480,000.IT Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system UOIIU. Ureektea. its I L

Parisian! ladies at present indulge in of the lamp. In addition, a record of effectually dispels colds, headaches
i how soundly a man
the delightful luxury of allowing their the weather must be entered daily. Al and fevers and cures habitual MEN BOYS!
when his wife crawls over him on
skirts to trail, and sweep and stir up the Lime Rock light is a first-clan light, no sleeps of is l oaf vas your Boots aad Abuseovsr
:dust of the streets. her way to the kitchen to make afire.tl.lth' constipation. Syrup Figs the at tour a Mir CMC :.
rations are allowed, the /early salary being only remedy of Its kind 71./,1r'.aee.t.C. *Mssl a .
pro Ie your asslsr,or end
of $750: and two ton of coaLLadica'Home .
An orchestra composed goodlook.ng Te.lo Myrnp.! duced, pleasing to the taste and acceptable ** 4 suvraps s 4 ssosivsa pair lo
young women from Boston is an attraction Journal. This famous remedy wan discovered by the 5wpW.n..l.l.nt.Maad(
hotel Mount eminent Dr.John Hull of Loulivllltaicientlfleeubetltutef., Ky. Jt U to the stomach prompt in y
at McGregor .
a on
Why Do The Heathen Bago. Intended a quinine, its action and truly beneficial its sod nMH>s ws r. Mrs sl e qohSOIif01MEEcFEN11 .
:. ,
nearSoratogs.lf.1 and I* rapidly superseding the ne of this drug. '
_ I' For any ailment(hat mar Indicate a need of effects, prepared only from the most CO.
Mrs. Anna Garland has
Spencer quinine Smith' Ionic syrup may be pre healthy and agreeable substances
charge of a church in Providence, R. I.0he Not long ago the British ambassador scribed'n preference and with more atlafao- +
it the Persian court tory reeulU, a* it never leuve any unpleaaant its many excellent qualities commend
has the reputation of being one ofthe publicly presented after-effect, uch aa fullness of the head DROPSY :
it all and have
best speakers in that city.A a copy of the Bible to the shah. At once headache, bailing In the ear, deafness, na- 'to made it ?
there was an outburst of rage among the easy or aohlngen atlon*,nauaea,eon vuUlona.paralr the most popular remedy known. !L 1t1A'ri31) Iu It-Lu .
novel charity in New York city erodes Mohammedan population and the guard *!*.eto. It ha*all the good medicinal Svrup of Figs is for sale in 60o r.I..t r t:...... Willi'*..1..1. llMSills*
excursions for little who qualities of quinine and I* free from Its many Mare ears I uausaads of sstss. Ours patleuM MW
girls are of the British legation was doubled evil tendencies A*a tonic antl-periodld sad and |1 bottles by all leading druggist ....a_*. ...few of bssl pb/iloisas. from ant oos ..<
bilged to take care of younger children What ia the matter with the Mobamed anal antipyretic It unexcelled by any drug sr..ptonii dissppssri I* Is* d./.si tAut _wa4klr.* .-j i
known to medical science In cases of malaria *. Any reliable druggist who all symptom*renwreJ. wed for ices boa a..u_
bile their work.
parents ark at Suppose the Persian ambassador should cold, InOnenia, inordinate temperature of not have it hand will .11* of mlrsealaus ears. Tea days' trsaMwMIrse j Ji
K, tb. body fevertnhvymptom*, chill and fever may on pro- by ".'10 U roe arJer trial, peal U. I* .
To raise a pile on' plush hold it over bring a magnificent copy of the koran to ,if.0.Kassa 4 sues. Aussie .
eto., no other remedy tan be tiled with each care it promptly for any one who
Ream a few minutes, wrong aide down, the queen of England or the president of certainty of bcn.l1r1al.tr""tI., It I* a certain n
nd then pass it tightly across a hot iron.en the United States; and the Chinese antidote for the evil influences of malaria and wishes to try it. Do not accept. )Made Easily and Rapidly.READ .
climatle change i .
M.DAlyP '
ambassador should with the any
brush the plush with a stiff bristle THIS and Think It Over I
r Sh. / writings of Confucius j suppose someone I*it quite right to call an expert oarsman CALIFORNIA FIQ SYftOP CO. w...., IOO see wbo b.e sneeresd g.iS.'
... ....._. ..
else should present a of the book of flnt-cla*oufl r? w.will. th.m i. tbuy ssa {loss t
f,Mme. Cornot wife of the President ofhrance copy 'All r Q/8Q01EW PORK mans ,..pj"II.I.bre,.... Ilib/sad smp:oee
Mormon and others should volume .
has revived "Magenta red" as a bring If afflicted with lOre eye. use Dr.JIIa&OTbompo (l uvnviui. [ t.t. Ial::.'se lion",:':f'... R.qulr.beet ,:..capital... e..oeswb. ::.- .
the of Zoroaster and mil Sic:
:ontaining writing son'Kye-Water.UrugglM at per bottle. y"" old fill/ ..... II.,..._ .. .. .1I....
jmMit.r q
&shionable color in Paris ............ ... .. .... .
by appearing Buddha; would there be a riot or an earth UOME> w i'UY a. "' aedaw Yurryti Ws ha? 4 for Ins m n wllbla Ibs Mil Uitrtf
official in velvet robe of BiECH.M1: *FILLS act like magic on a Weak 1'1.. .AllUalIUKJu, Churl-seed,.c, d.,.. J>.ant betCtalb.., writ si t an reception a quake! AH these gift would probablybe Stomach. |>* MAiU CirauiarsTHE uea. Addr-. ll. ('. I1U1X4INM If CU. ,.
bat hue. received with thanks and perhaps deposited -- Brr'-I.I! :::.431 kaiu at, Uuamtu, S. V. N..S3 $..alt liras Mlreeli AllaatU.. ,, '
_ --
j Modistes returning froni Paris laY that in some great library and left to SENT FREE. '.'t.'

tw-throatftd bodices on day dresses! are slumber there in peace till disturbed by sCrC1 '
die research of the curious. \ -
ready in vogue, and that before theKdddlo Christianity Every reader of this paper who expect to buy Nfak ," .
of next season they will be seen :au afford to hear what men say and read anything In the line of PlamondMn Jewelry, ,,

erywhere.Few what men write. It can tolerate free Silver and Clock*-or who think of buying s x
ipeeeh and free discussion. Its foundation eJ

| ladies consider that they carry are too broad for panic; but I,

forty or fifty miles of hair on their when the Bible appear on the scene it A WATCH POSH IVE CURE. a ,.1.

ads; the fair-haired may even have to teems to just set the devil crazy to do something I C.T BKOTHtES.> M WaraOLDCT aBWHewTork. Price M '"

ress seventy miles of threads of gold to oppose it,-[Armory. Should lend for our new Illustrated catalogue CHICHI.TI" r. "
cry morning.A for 1880 which we tend free. INGLIIH }

sum of 53,000 ha been collected A Shrinking Ueaert. J. P. Stevens &: Bro., Jewelers PENNYROYAL. PILLS

y American ladies for the furtherancef LVttlSM1 elaro N. S SAND. t

the higher medical educ ition of women Already the area of California's! desert <7 Whitehall ST. LAlITA GL rd >BMMittS. .>., _SM4S, ".<04..
t the Johns Hopkins University at land i* shrinking like the waters of Lake p- T.b. ....- lUflll.y r
**<*s SfS" '
altimore, Md. Tularc, and it will be only a few year BUSINESSCOLLEGE aaeLe.ea.p ,:c:

The new mackintosh lit Jk. with cash before it will no longer be seen on the .J .... L-I.. .fcxU. ...-.-.......,..,_-,II,-....sal.

ere pattern in shades of old gold, light map Ending of out the that State.desert Every does day not people mean are \ tI,1\Lf I k____11-.(__.'! c....*-_-... .-sl-..*.- 5 ;

and glace red. The i tape is that of Irreclaimable, and that underneaththe NASHVILLE,TEN N.TbI JU TO < rilQLTSTilDi&D. BUIw I .:

e gathered peliase wit! tight back, gray and drab desolation oi *College, though yet la 1U tnfaaey, A Purely Vegetable Compound without PE S O IsPi taeisJSION
.._.__ ,
the dolman back hi.mow than 5Wt oosu o >
_ these lands lies the richest of fertility. other Injiuioua mineral. Safe
pylng _.>* ........... maoT at ab... r*> mercury tI'
aad robe
At the recent marriage 4 f the daughter All the element of productiveness arc I)I calving salaries mixing from 59u0 lo '1, sod lure always For tale by all Druf glita. N.d.at ts' Sr.w

f Cnauncy Kilmer, of New York, at his latent there, and oaly need the revivifying Bee iwr.....u.. for circulars. address.. Full printed directions for wing with each tu..a.Less. S..ars w f. .
a. W. JtCHMIMO .rrtm.f packaf. Dr. Schn ll'* new book oat The
er home at Rock City Falls, the influence of water ,to wake into Lun,.. Liver and Stomach astir rail. Address 7K TOMS A MO.ITIIeaa .. ...._kl.. :.
and usefulness. Eastern capitalists w I w fer.... Fsrsoms pn( m4 .s. sea ,.......
rooojds were illuminated with nine activity Or.J.H.Schenck *: So.rbUa4.lpUX J S bores and at.. UMir wkals lime !.Ike hmlniss.par
tiles of Chinese lanterns. have not been low to see tlis and to "-- avMUal auk* pro*1.1,1 r lorscl akwaossMissla _
(. s-Uisa, 11 t,
The latest evidence low.sad 40-laV i
Sara Orme Jewett is said to be the act accordingly eves. b a f IIUC___-.-.UIIIV ICING COTTON .AY a w., saw vet. s1., a4ba.osd. Y.. .

rettiest of Boston's literary women.e ..,'rMOb7O'ww.. .. > 0' "' &J
'alas bt WM.
e it the daughter of a Maine sea cap The Census Lean,................. ._. u_.._.. ... Bay or sell your Cottus 'JONESk PENSIONS ....t.x.., Wi4ewi i....saes
in, and i* a dark-haired gracefulman .Mew.,..r,;.d ii.. .e...":':":...Oe.t,..raw.ae..rp.M .a.w s.q t. -Ton Cotton Scale. IS,Weak app1ie.Yee.- .... ..,......... rat.tus
MM k OWaaami, Ja.1es A+ .t. W a>lilii., P. ti
with a Madonna-like face. y'a: : = -i $...t/ I I NOT CHUPCST IUT ItfT.re '
NotPlease .pe.ne..e.r.. :
May saS"atsinMS> qx m sdM. i11A 0.1, C.rtal. ...
|Lady Alexander: Leveaon Gower ia d. witsua .. $MIT$. P rs.'t nxiNqiON. ny. $ 5 nfl teems ed4nMIOSU OPIUM iC* .... ..... ha
trmined to be of some ate in the world You, But ,. --- U 07 BI50HAMTOBJNGHAMTO ., J U II u" '.......,d
: FITCH &. CO. *. M. Y. .
Wi i.
belt ahe.iI the only daughter of You Will be D.c., I meorlke CI" felly ea.dors .,
_ it Duke of Sutherland. She has begun Satisfied I tar* -* Jaw Wssslafloe. "Whlk.y EUbt air U >s Iks es l' '

Rf training as a none in a London hospial Fully PENSION ATTORNEYS U 11",. at hums W,... S pws.. as.ddoletk.u.rtabrnuie.1 t b 1t dies.-.
: tats Book of
With| of over ttS Tale exMrtavaauniisfaUT peeve 1 I 0PI! :: ..""n. falLe.pr< -Mtsawm u'IIoIJIUK4JUII.Il..A ,. /Il.hw. 'b
art katas toJTEW sb.rlc.epwMb..4s. M.MU>L.ey.M: u.
eat. psukJM end cUlssset .... irdd mt a let
Sir John MilUIs was so struck by the IV.... II&C v.u+'--'IIII ",,,6j e.Office IW>,WJUK-aU H.KMUNEV. nrdsrIts. ..ar ,.... ...a It MS 1
jJoveli&ea* of a young lady whom he met Hood's ., __ m.ai-10a firs* laVUsl el .*-_

it London recently that he asked her to I is. 1enI1,.Mo.. r cTad.
P"SIOHS( a= : ANY MAN Colored dP ib.
allow him to paint her portrait. The ,
se .f..*. Stold'"y t>" UMlM
young lady said yea and gets a picture Sarsaparilla I ."....,.. .18 F Bu.Va. .....tee. I/. C., AS yw rartlMlanasUM*
worth 119,000 for DOthiDg.'f'. .had"....ca-.1aa4. D.ar.ts.Cbtwse. ; lfATU JIBlvacru&D.wrni.aa.s.w./;. A. L U.............M......Thirty-Sit t11J7 1


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letter Tlmu a "Boom.' .Cocoa. r ri rI M

7 \I The Gr American Dollal

Contractor Dlanyclt has commenced i1 1 :Q'Q.: *
EDITOR ADVOCATE the editorial In work on the Episcopal church at Merritt
last Issue under the "A
your heading The ruins of List Tuesday's fire continued S .
extensive Doom Coming Increase," In in Which you note culture tile, to smoke until the rain of Sunday ; i:! :> p.. 0"I Is Divided 1>ito i00 Equal Parts

pineapple xtinguishcd the last spark. p :.\ .-4 >
you seem to have struck the key note, lf
to which qur copli3 need but respond to The merchants who have ro-oj f cned o "B --1'r J-I It is true the Old-Time Merchant used to tell you it only had tsvxlti41:!; '

make this a rich and pioapevout commu hot J,, report business as Rood as could I F m' S C parts, and he would sell ,you a' 2c. paper of pins for 50.> and pock t,sour: ,; "

nity. The one tLtng# we liced to Is to oHHihlyta his expected Mr. Wood will o 0::. (). 3c. A 2c.: packet of needles would give him an opportunity to pocket/1;;\.q
rebuild on return from New York. 0
put more land under cultl ration.. A few ,
years ago *hen the country was on a Dr. Daniel returned from his Titusvillo 1 I g ;rL..L another 3c. of your hard-earned dollar. A quart! dipper, worth 7":t,!,-: ,

boom, people"sold ft few acics off their trip Monday: morning. We felt lIoITyfor THEN cost you lOc. d"klk
home jilacc <}ach winter at speculation the Dr., as he was loft by the steamer m: It t 'l"'=' S::= m Cc., 7c. and Sf. milk pans invariably brought "even money," and, .so; :, ,

prices, and fired off the proceeds the bal Saturday; when all the rest of tho D. D. ro -+-' on through the entire list of everything you had fo buy. : ;Jtr ffj'

ante ceased'ear. Then the speculative boys returned. g, 5 ; It will astonish to bill of $10 at old prlce8ii: ,
perhaps, you figure up a .
loom and Instead of selling, the Miss Roberts ?
the enterprising ; = >
0 i and then'eee what the f1aunre.goods will] at "Bazaar" Yriees.ifw'
people mortgaged their land at ruinous Is comfortably established In her new L.J tI' trI. a cost.you .
to I :
rates of interest to got to live on. Then come around and have a'talk with ? ''
rooms, In the addition tft her store. The R""R Ctd = .::.'''
Then came the fever and hard times, and addition Is quite an improvement; Mr. I. Po:>> r.''" .", ....
people pot down to business, and beganto Wood now occupies the old salesroom.It YJ a I, + LI. .J. P. TURNER tic CO., "'

cultivate the land and sell the prod \\K rumored that is g ,... Prices''"
a company being :1 I _. ::
ucts. Then the tide turned. The resources -I.. "The Leaders "of Low
had organized to buy all the valuable lots ithe IE. = ," ': ', j
of the people been ebbing away as t, "
during the boom, but with hard times ruined blocks, and build a solid brick As t3. lit ,..... 'i\
the florfd tide sot in, and acre of block! facing Delaney avenue. Nothing 0 a )'
land cleared; up and cultivated every swells its very definite can be obtained on' the subject ) 1 11 B. L. :se: :C ,$tf :, \,

volume. Transportation has kept as yet. "' m ,
with tho Increased production, and pace will Tho many friends of the ADVOCATE! fQ od Garden Seed !.r' ,
Groceries/Grain Hay
continue to do so. As the vaults of our In i Cocoa, are pleased with the paper In 55
banks become filled up with the money all respects, and are glad to know that, ,- III ." "
sent to pay for our products the rates of so far, it Is a financial success, having i. F.J a I )o! -: I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of '*.:''.,;' ,

interest dropped from 21 to 18 per cent., almost as large a circulation already, as. ni 0... Staple & Fancy Orooerios 1T'r1l.it
from 18 to 15 per cent., from 15 to 12 per some of the river papers. 0. l wUl ,.'r'
cent., and from 12 to 10 per cent. Labor From a prominent orange grower !'J Ooc IJ And Food Products :: 9. ,
Is also becoming more abundant and I quote the following: "The orange x Of All Kinds. Also My Stock of Y
reliable. Competition In transportation crop of the whole hammocK Is very tj 0 '
will begin this Reason. All the conditionsare promising Indeed. If we have a good =- .. Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal, wr':,

becoming more favorable to' those rain soon, and a favorable season further :: 'm Ground Food and Wfautt. ,,nYs, {k .
who cultivate the soil, and our the crop of this section will be worth ti 0 :
need but to have faith in the future, lousaiida of dollars to Cocoa and Rock- I am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively the above line bft-: i t!.
clear up and cultivate every acre that ledge." ... Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I Invite your correspondence and solicit*: :
"'will your patronage. Very truly, .- f V V
yield good return for the Investment -
The Cocoa B. B. nine arrived here last
I 33. L. :aa:: y. '
and ni transportation Improves J.
Saturday from the scene of their ignominious /V' X'utoh
and rates decline labor becomes .' ..
; as defeat, In Titusville. Despite ., .
cheaper and better, and the interest on ouch hard luck, they all looked as fresh Drayman. GEORGE M. ROBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM, _.; ,:,
money drops to tho point that planterscan Hauling done at reasonable rates. Attends '
all If they had not played ball in a week. Attorney-at-Law. Attorney-at-Law. :: -
afford to hire It; continue to clear of : all departing, and meets all arriving -
them declares
man that "
up, and cultivate every acre thus brought could have trains.
not received
-within the range of profitable lands, and treatment anywhere and more all tender courteous their Orders left with G. B. Rumph oat Robbins & Graham;| ,
who will ADVOCATE office will
gainsay that we shall become tanks to the victorious nine, for that receive prompt .
one of tho most prosperous secctlons in part of tho programme, at least. attention. ::,
all this country? /
OBSERVER. Precisely at midnight last Saturday A. Presoher, Real Estate Dealers. f
of hoard |
night one our merchants a disurbance TITUSV1LLE, FLA., .
"1101 the Light the Light!." among his favorite chickens, full ', "
amt, not being In a very good humor, ho Keeps. a supply Wooden of Metallic and ALL KINDS OF PROPERTY BOUGHT,. SOLD, AND EXCHANGED. 'k",
was not slow to resent such an intrusion t ....i: ,
upon his rights and chicken roost. He Coffins, Cases aril Caskets. Members of Brevard Abstract oTitnsville Title'Compaa : .

TITUSVILI.K, Sept. 7th., 1800. sprang out of doors with a bound, red Funerals attended If desired. All orders fr;. '< '
KDITOII \'OcAn-Sunday at 11 o'- murder In his eye and a pistol In his promptly executed, and at reasonable Brevard Co. Florida. : :!, 't.i
clock the Bethany S. Si. discussed the hand, only to find a poor little Innocent rates. Embalming done. 27. :. 1'
subject, "IIomeJTralnlng.; It was taken possum in pursuit of hislegitimatgprs P. O. Box, 250. / : : .

from Its Infancy Up to tho pioscntdate, ession and a supper. It Is needless to We Buy and Sell AH Kinds of neal Estate, and are Sole Agents for taut", u, .
all of our forefathers! mothers, who add that his opossumship was dispatched .- TAT". aM:=TEL, large list of carefully-selected Properties in all parts of Brevard county. S ;"- .
went from homo ,training to victory. after a couple of rounds from the RELIABLE Information furnished OB to character, location and value of any Pro".v';.
Thin Dubjoct was discussed by Joseph never-failing levolvor. Drayman, perty on Indian River.: jf d l '
Box, members of the v :
S. S., 'Rev. G. B.
Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business
Mllla, It. E. Ellin, from Jupiter. Home An Esplnnatlon. Will attend to all kinds of Hauling, and are unequalled .
effort will be made to
satisfaction <
training leads man In to the every give perfect: to intending Purchasers -,\ i
highest society promptly, cheaply and expcditiously. who favor with their
In the world.J. may us patronage. _-'.,
W. Cas"oI1sa1I1 "Obedient to God To the public at large.On No Properties listed unless the Title Is Perfect. v'
Will deliver
obedient to man; love ye one another; April 10th, 1800, I wrote an article baggage for passengers Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring large bodies of Low .
love your Sunday School: ; love God the which appeared In the 'Melbourne News" arriving or departing on train or steam- Priced Lands. '
bent of all." of that date under tho caption "A Warning boats. Write for Descriptive Catalogue.. .
The history of Miss Crandall who to the Shippers." Since writing that .
taught school at Canterbury Green In article I have had occasion to look more Can be found at the Railway Stationor EDWARD T LING- ALBERT A. TAYLOR.
18:11, for ladles and littlo Misses, colored deeply Into the matter and to trace up a at my residence in South Titusville.
girl*. Second, he discoursed Miss Thills, large number of the complaints which I
colored girl, who wrote letter to Geo. hoard against this firm to their source; U. S. ,Mall Carrier. 5 STILING & TAYLOR .
Wnchtngton. Oct., 20 1770, all on train and I must say, with all candor, that In ,
hag, Ue;. S.: Jefferson, Itev. W. B. Kolllx: nearly every Instance 1 found the matter

Proverbs At TSJO 13th Her chapter Jefferson lit takes and 2nd his verses text exaggerated e complaintswhen W. N. HENDRY, COCOA y INDIAN RIVER # FLORIDA .

"a soft answer turneth away wrath," traced up, remind one of the "three
all from home training; and he told how black crows," there Is nothing in them. Dealer in' DEALERS IN
forefathers would assemble In high I have also found that there is no busies
mountain and low valleys; 'all home that Is so hard to pursue and please General Merchandise Paints .Hardware Stoves Tinware & Agateware

training. everybody as the commission business, ,. ,
J. W. CASWELL. and I am now convinced that I did Mr. PLLMBERS' A MILL SUPPLIES, OILS, GLASS & PUTTY TABLE
Watson and his (whom I did DRY GOODS,
know) great wrong and Injustice, and .
The Star of CLOTH. '
Bethlehem.LxGiUNOE hat the nasty conclusions I formed from NOTIONS,

the complaints heard, and which causedme STATIONERY
to write the article referred to, were I ,
Sept. 1st. 1800. unfounded and not borne outon an investigation Choice Groceries ,
DEAn \bVOCATE-Your received of the facts. I make this statement '
paper .

and read with much interest. In to repair, as far as In my power the SUMS, FLA. B 00 +.9hiTtxre '
r- uitgprp+s ,
wrong done Mr. Watson, but I also do it ..
your last Issue was an article on the Star '. '- t-r ? -
of Bethlehem, that I read and re-read In justice to myself, as I would not O'o <'
with much Interest In calculating from knowingly Injure anyone without just .
14.1 forward on an average of 313 yean cause, and I deem it but honorable to KNOX the Painter '" ,
it will bring us to 18UO. But calculating' recall expressions which I now know and :
backward from 045 on an average of 315 were not true. As to my personal dealIngs Will do any ALL KINDS of PAINTING .i."

tear would only bring us to A. D. 1, with Mr. Watson whlch there was a difference such as House and Sign Work, .
.'')' to the birth of Christ for Christ was of between us was the result Graining In Distemper or Oil ,-=' -"-;- .
a misunderstanding that has been "
bu.ii 4 years before tho common account satisfactorily -
railed Anno Domini. Wo read in the adjusted. I see, on the matterwing Colors; Paper Hanging or
Book of books that Herod the Great was explained, that Mr. Watson carried Stencil Work, Antique Doors, Sash, Bltnds, Br.1ok

king over Judaea at the time of the birth out his agreement, but that I misunderstood and Mosaic Glass Lime & Cement .. .
Shingles '
of It. A. BoL toN. Lath. :
Christ, for he got mad when the wise Stain. ,

tell men him from the cant did not come back to John UVUolllstor: Special attention to Natural Wood Guns, Ammunition, and Fishing Tackle of all kind Ship Chandlery Goods .,'
the child
was, and he Finish. Gause Doors, Cook Stoves and '
Ranges, Gasoline
bad all the babies killed from 2 Stoves Coffilns and Caskets ."'.." ,
and under. Soon after, ho died years then CONTRACTOR FOR All articles of Furniture made to look ;;Cream ARTESIAN WELL PIPE a specialty. Lawn Mowers, Ice '
; Freezers
ArchfUus reigned over the southern as well as new. Estimates and work ; Brick Lime, Cement and Chimney Pipe;

part: of Juda; and we learn from history ARTESIAN.WELLS. done anywhere on Indian River. Flags Fresnal and Bunting Side ; Table and Pocket Cutlery .,
that Archelaus reigned for 10 years, and I Office on the ladder, TrrusviiXE, FLA. Lights, Mouldings, etc.. etc.
from Lewln's Life and Epistles of S t. Ran Gftllle, Fla. 4 w K. KNoX." 1 HHwattie Catalogues furnished sample pn""l.tlJ.earls and else UauJ.S.Watson lent tree on appUC&t10D. CorrelpoDtlene solicited "nd

Paul on the Family of the llerods, we ,

learn. -..ho....was,:deposed..."A..... .p'f.... UUUU''R? .crueltj wu '',,',; ,

us some braty tough things. They tell ,/
us the moon is round, whoa every gump S # :I.. i Co.
head can see it Is round. Then they. laY; "\d'rtV

the .tar, don't fall when men of 183! ...".' ,
tell r.. they saw them fall so thick that ". ). : -
they were most scared to death; and the J\o' .' ('"

Mar of Bethlehem fell BO far, the law ,,:-:' :,; '., .','V':1'' ,-.., CommissionAND .
time It waaIn sight (If she was) that It ,,1. ,-' .,::1 .
ball been SIS years getting back. Then '
they t'lluli the atria don't move, and In
the ame breath tall us It will rain In This Space::> Reserved

twu days, for they MW tho fun go down FORWARDING
behind a cloud on Wednesday; eve. Then MERCHANTS
they tell! us the world U round like a .
bull, \>lieu they; have only boon around FCSAM R
ont way, east or west, and they never Dealers in
went the other way around north oMouth. r Fertilizers \
How do they know but what 1 It ,
may be round like a joint of stove pipe! I>. Henderson
1 like Paul for & Oo's Oardeii '
Haying, "Prove all things: Seeds
t.oM font to which U good."

,. 'A.-S"S.-----TKACUEB.-. RAY.t Orange Boxes, grates & paper.CEMENT .

This Is For You. .

If -
wish to
;you express :
to sympathy; ,....1.\. Agents for the C. F. T. ,.V
btillng .t Taylor you cannot do it '. : 4 '$ .' I REFRIGERATOR CARS. .
with more sincerity; than by 1 ,;t R'm FR..la1a Cars W1es Desired add
; calling on .. ,;' r acs that they are properly LO.tDED /
them at their store on the wharf, it ) ."j, ": !": ED sad r1U.CED is Destiaatbs. .ICED.EILL., ..

Cocoa, and settling your account in fun -If. We will Buy all kinds of Fruits. Vegetables Fun

to date, or, U more convenient, lead ," '.. ," "'d"t ,. Rill Bill and Sell anything offered to U8 and Skins; in fact

them a check; they will appreciate Ik :'p... y. ;:. ;f ttAt it A." ,. 'f'...., n'W.\"'" :",.: ; -Corr spoad nce solicited on any wants you may have. -
." ,' ? Respectfully J. '
x WATSON 4 .
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Better Than. n,"Boom., ".Cocoa.- s y I)t The Great American DO11a

has commencedwork : )."., i J
Contractor Blanyelt ell : ""' 0'i
EDITOR AnvocAf.-In the editorial In on the Episcopal church at Merritt. n'w 't::

j your but Issue under the heading "A The ruins of last Tuesday's fire continued r := a
Boom Coming In which you note tIle smoke until the rain of Sunday l' = :" '- Is Diiided "Into 100 Equal Parts.

extensive increase In pineapple culture, extinguished the last spark ...,
you, seem to have struck the key note, The merchants who have re-of>enet O Q Ir Y. V'U It is true the Old-Time Merchant used to tell you it only had TWEleTtpacts ";,,"

to make"'blehur thin<<,a rich people and Deed piosperou but respond commu to- here, report business an good as could 1"; "t-, gl I =' Cb and he would sell you a' 2(, 'paper of 'pins for St. and poo fcet your: :'ji./1

nity. The one thing we need to dd Is to possibly expected i Mr. Wood will O 3c. A 2c; 'packet Of needles would give him an Opportunity to pocket ,

put more land under cuHlv itlon.. A few rebuild on his return from New York. P. another 3c. of your hard-earned dollar. A quart dipper worth-; xo. '!&.,. '

years ago; -when the country was on a Dr. Daniel returned from Tltnsvllle 1 I g THEN cost you lOc. < '*> ,::

home boom,place people each old winter A few acres at speculation off their the trip Dr.Monday, as he morning.was left We by felt the norry.for steamer 8. \' ) Co., 7c. and 8c. milk pans invariably brought "even money," -and' t8o>,j \.ton

prices, and lived off the proceeds the bal Saturday; when all the rest of the B. B. toN through the entire list of everythingyou had to buy. ::/k'" "

ante of the year. Then speculative boys returned. O SE" C It will, perhaps, astonUh you to figure up a bill of $10 at old prjcc. ,,

boom ceased, and Instead of selling, tho Miss Roberta, the enterprising milliner, \ = > a and then'lice what the P.(1ttl1tc.goods will eost.you at "Uiizaar" Prices.*
people mortgaged their lamia at ruinous Is comfortably established in her new : IL tr Then come around and have a*talk with ft'i i
rates of Interest to to live on. "
get money rooms, in the addition to her store. The CDtd (
Then came the fever and hard times, and Addition Is quite an Improvement; Mr. a J. P. TURNER & CO. .: '. !tl '
people got down to business, and beganto Wood now occupies the old salesroom.It =.'l 1-11 ..:...,..- ;

cultivate the lands and sell the prod- irt rumored that a company is being 'u. Is .-. "The Leaders "of Low,. Prices,
tide tinned. The '
ucts. Then the resources .
lots cN '
organized to buy all the valuable in p
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had been !
of the people ebbing away the ruined blocks, and build a solid brick t-J ;..... .
during the boom, but with hard times lit "J'
block facing Delaney avenue. Nothing ,
tho florid tide sot In, and every acre of very definite can be obtained on the subject e SfJQ IJ E. L. :ae D 7 .
land bleared: uj5 and cultivated swells Its "

i with volume the, increased Transportation production has, kept and pace will The as many yet. friends of the ADVOCATE, ( ;0 ell 0 O+ Groceries/'Grain Hay Garden Seed FerfcJfK; :'

continue to do so. As the vaults of our in Cocoa, are pleased with the paper In r:= ::!. :IC ;
banks become lllled with the all respects, and are glad to know that [J '#'ryx''r' '
np money .- I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of
sent to pay for our, products the rates of so far, it is a financial success, having r-. '
Interest dropped from 24 to 18 percent., almost as large a circulation already, as S tupleAc Fancy G-rooorios, ,13'ruit tY";
from 18 to 15 cent. from 15 to 12 some of the river papers. 1-J
per per 8 And Food Products 1 '. :'::{,
cent., and from 12 to 10 per cent. Labor From a prominent orange grower ., ."
Is also becoming more abundant and I quote the following: "The orange r.n 0 Of All Kinds. Also My Stock of ,7. \ ?/., '.

reliable. Competition in transportationwill crop of the whole hammocK is very at d Grain Hay Bran Cotton Seed 1\Iea11; ', '-
begin this season. AU the conditions promising indeed. If we have a good z. 'Tin! .
are becoming more favorable to those rain soon, and a favorable season furtherthe ; If) Ground Food and "fieato ';. i
who cultivate the soil, and our people crop of this section will be worth := CII I am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively in the above line of '.; ;.
need but to have faith In the future, thousands of dollars to Cocoa and Rock- Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I invite your correspondence and solicits j/-;

clear up and cultivate every acre that ledge." your patronage. Very truly, *: .,;:-vH..
"will yield a good return for the invest The Cocoa B. B. nine arrived hero last 33. Xi :BF Y. ,f(1 ;( ,
ment, and as transportation improvesand Saturday from the scone of their Ignominious 'V'V'11.1.1aD1' : Fu.1oh; ,

rates decline; as labor becomes defeat, In Titusvllle. Despite Drayman. GEORGE M. ROBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM, : v.i|
cheaper and better, and the Interest on such hard luck all looked fresh
they as AttorneyatLawI'Bobbins ". 1,;'
Hauling at reasonable rates. At- Attorney-at-Law. ',
money drops to tho point that planterscan as if they had not played ball In a week. ;
afford to hire It continue to clear tends all departing, and meets all arriving
; Every man of them declares that they .
up, and cultivate every acre thus brought could not have received more courteous trains.Orders & Graham! r
left with O. B. Rumph at
-within the range of profitable lands, and treatment anywhere and all tender their or
who will gainsay that wo shall become thanks to the victorious, nine, for that ADVOCATE office will receive prompt :,- ,." ,
one of the most prosperous secctlons in part of the programme, at least.

all tills country? O !!EJlVEn. Precisely at midnight lost Saturday .4.. Frosohcr, Real Estate Dealers. : ,,:= 't"/
of merchants hoard disturbance
night one our a TITUSVILLE, FLA., ,

"1101 the Light! the Light" among his favorite chickens, Keeps a full supply 'of Metallic, and ( ,
and, not being In a very good humor, lie ( Wooden .:,1",(,
was not slow to resent such intrusion '
Coffins, Cases and Caskets. Members of Brevard Abstract of Tltlo Company/ "
upon his rights and chicken roost. He '
TiTfsviu.E, Sept. 7th., 1800. sprang out of doors with a bound, red Funerals attended If desired. All or-
EDITOR ADVOCATE-Sunday at 11 o' murder in his eye and a pistol In his ders promptly executed, and at reason Titusvillo, Brevard Co., Flo 'ida. ::1.

clock tho Bothan discussed the hand, only to find a poor little innocent able rates. Embalming done 2 P. O. Box 250. '.v.;) { '
subject, "Homo.; raining." It was tak- opossum in pursuit of legitimate profession '
en from Its Infancy Up to the present date, and a supper. It is needless to We Buy and Sell All Kinds of Real Imitate, and are Solo Agents'for aj .
all of our forefathers and mothers, who add that his opossumshlp was dispatched .-T. 'V'V'' sauna: large list of carefully-selected Properties In all parts of Brevard county. +""*"' ":ti>..""
went from homo >training td victory. after a couple of rounds from the RELIABLE Information furnished as to character location and value of any Pro- I
This subject was dllleullllel 'hy Joseph never-falling revolver. Drayman perty on Indian River.-. '\
Box, members of the S. 8., 'Rev. G. B. Our facilities for the transaction of general Real Estate business are unequalled i$ :\ft
Mllla, K. K. Ellis, from .Jupiter. Homo An Explanation. Will attend to all kinds of Hauling, every effort will be made to give perfect satisfaction to intending Purchasers TOP rand

training loads man in to the highest society promptly, cheaply and expeditiously who may favor us with their patronage. :'M>)t

In the world. To the public at largo. No Properties listed unless the Title Is Perfect ;'l""tt........;
J. W. Callwell : : "Obedient God deliver for \
obedient to man says; love ono another On April 10th,. 18J, I wrote an article Will baggage passengers Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring large bodies of Low1. :;
love your Sunday School ye love God the; which appeared in the "Melbourne News"of arriving or departing on train or steamboats Priced Lands. '-' {f' ,t '
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best of all." that date under the caption "A WarnIng Write for Descriptive Catalogue. ":: ;> ,

The history of Miss Crandall who to the Shippers." Since writing that
taught school at Canterbury Green in article I have had occasion to look more Can be found at the Railway Stationor EDWARD STILING. ALBERT A. TAYLOR. ',; '

1831, for ladies and little Misses, colored deeply Into the matter and to trace up a at my residence In South Titnsvllle. : '
girls Second< he discoursed Miss Thills, largo numbe of the complaints which I STILING & TAYLOR ,'
colored girl, who wrote letter to Goo. board against this firm to their source; U. S. Mall Carrier. 5 ?
Washington. Oct., 20 1770, all on train- and I must say, with all candor, that In .
ing, Key. 8. Jefferson Rev. W 11. Kelllz nearly every Instance I found the matter
At 730 Hev. Jefferson takes his had been greatly stretched and exaggerated : %;
Proverb 15th chapter 1st and 2nd versus text, in the telling. These complaintswhen W. N. HENDRY, COCOA INDIAN RIVER FLORIDA l;

"a soft answer tnrneth away wrath," traced up, remind one of the "three *;:
all from home training;and he told how lack crows," there Is nothing In them.I Dealer in DEALERS IN \| ,

forefathers mountains training. and would low valleys assemble; 'all in home high everybody have that Is also so as found hard the commission to that pursue there and is business no please busies -, General Merchandise, Paints, .Hardware, Stoves', Tinware & Agateware,' ?;,.

J. W. CASWKLL. and I am now convinced that I did Mr. PLLMBERS' & MILL SUPPLIES, OILS, GLASS & PUTTY: TABLE
Watson and his partner (whom I did not DRY GOODS & POCKET CUTLERY BARBED WIRE, WIRE NET- _

know) a great wrong and injustice, and TING & WIRE CLOTH. ,r, ;_
The Star of Bethlehem.LAGiUNOE that the nasty conclusions formed from NOTIONS,

ho complaints heard, and which caused STATIONERY,
'me to write the article referred to, were ,
Sept. let. 1800. : unfounded and not borne out on anlnvesIgation Choice Groceries
of the facts. I make this state ,
DKAII: AJIVOCATK-Your received .
paper r
and read with much interest. In ment to repair, as far as In my power the DIMS, FLA. G ... 44 S+;IL"1'\-"i1"'TI.tIT-r.J.o. { '+[2R11 H .if:!;' ,,,,, ,
done "
article wrong Mr. Watson, but I also do it -
your last Issue was an on the Star
In justice to myself, as I would not -
of Bethlehem that I read and
re-read o4
with much interest. In from knowingly injure anyone without just .. .
calculating KNOX the Painter
cause, and I deem it but honorable to
1)43 forward on an averago of 313 year ,
recall expressions which I know
now .
it will bring us to 1800. Hut calculating were not true. As to my personal dealIngs Will do any and ALL Knros of PAINTING .
backward from 043 on an of 313
average with Mr. Watson, there was a difference such as House and Sign Work, G-
year would only bring us to A. D. 1, between which .
the resultof
not to the birth of Christ, for Christ was us was Graining in Distemper or Oil
a misunderstanding that has been Bat- I -----M-. _...,
born 4 years before the common account Colors; Paper Hanging or !
actorily adjusted. I the matter
called Anno Domini. We rood in the on Doors Sash
Book of books that Herod the Great being explained, that Mr. Watson carried Stencil Work Antique B11."ds, Brio1'i:
was out his agreement, but that I misunderstood and Mosaic Glass Limo & Cement
king over Judaea at the time of the birthof It. A. BOLTOS. Shingles & Lath. .
Christ: for he got mad when the 'wise Stain.
men from the east did not come back to Special attention to Natural Wood Guns, Ammunition, and Fishing Tackle of all kinds. Ship Chandlery Goods;1
tell him where the child was, and he John 1WoA.1.1.1s1cr: ; I Finish. Gause Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasoline Stoves Coft Nina and Cask-: ; .

had all the babies killed, from 2 years CONTRACTOR FOR All articles of Furniture made to lookas eta ARTESIAN WELL PIPE a specialty. Lawn Mowers, Ice .
and under. Soon after he died; then well as new. Estimates and work Cream Freezers; Brick, Lime, Cement and Chimney Pipe _,S
Archvhtus reigned over the southern done Indian Flags and Bunting; Table and Pocket Cutlery;
part of Juda; and we loam from history: WELLS! Office on the ladder on Tmrsvims, Ft A. Fresnal Side Lights, Mouldings, etc., etc. ., .
that Arcbelau reigned for 10 years Catalogues, cards and
amt) IIIlmlle size Lists sent free onaPPUc tlon- Corresponded |
from Le win's Life and Epistles of St. Eats Gftllle, Fla. 4 W. K. KNOX 1 e.timates furnl hutlI'RlWI'Uy. solicIted Midi." f,

Paul on the Family of the Ilerods, we -, .,,... ,. i,
learn he was deposed A D. 0, for cruelty .

to us UU some subjects.pretty tough Those tilings.astronomers They tell tell F s ti4''i J. s. Watson C :

UI the moon is found, when every jfump a :'+ i i
head can see it is round. Then they say ; .
the star don't fall, when men of 18% ati\' ,
tell lib they SAW them fall so thick that ... they were most scared to death; and the 1 -<.< .i; ,r ,. Commission : .t,

Star of Bethlehem fell so far, the las ,. ;', ,"i.;<:" .
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time it was In sight (If she was) that It A '
hon been 318 year getting back. Then AND .t '
they tell us the titu don't move, and in ;"
the canto breath tell us It will rain iu This Space ReservedFOR
two days for they saw the sun go down FORWARDING MERCHANTS. ,
behind a cloud Wednesday eve. Then *: _.
tell us the world U round like a
ball when they have only been aroundone ""
way, east or west, and they never Dealers in Fertilizers
went the other way around north or -
Houth. How do they know but what It ,
may be round like a Joint of stove pipe? I*. Ileiitlei-Koii & Oo's Gardcn Seed "
I like Paul for paying, "J'rove all things; ;;

hold fast to which ts A good.S.aS."TKACUKB. SAM .RA V. Orange Boxes Crates[ & 'i

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If you wish to express your sympathy Agents for the C. F. T. REFRIGERATOR ...,-
to A : CARS. "it1D ,
btiling Taylor
cannot do
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with more sincerity than . Desired sad see that they are
by calling on .1 ,' '.' property LOADED,ICED,B
them at their store the ., I. "' ED and TRACED to DestsaUAa.
on wharf t "
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Cocoa and settling your account la full f.oe ; Vegetables, Furs and Skins in
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to date; or, If more convenient leAd -: .1 .. v' anything offered to u. >,

them a check} they will appreciate It :" -" .',,!'k V:" ?" :i .i&. 'l. :.. Corr.spoad.nce solicited on any wants you may have. .i'. J
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