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 19, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071720
oclc - 34175701
notis - AKR0019
lccn - sn 96027112
System ID: UF00079908:00110
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CHCKC1I NOTICES OC.AL NEWS.Society -Mr. H. Atkinson started on a trips -Baby cnnlago: / for salo. Apply At -Mr. O. )r. Robbins loft on Wednesday -
morning's train for Orange City. ap
to DcLAiul Wednesday morning. this\ (lml'n
rri51)YTERLtN ciintcii.ITeaclilnp
Tho and nobbiest varieties of Masters Franklo and Wlllio Watson "'
h nt newest
every Sal.liatli at 11 a. in. and 7.tn: -G.nts stylish wMteelltsjullt
loft hero for the homo of their mother
p. in. SnliLatli School at 0Ki a. in. ITaycr nail General flotwlr In ronnorllon Goldsmith BIOS. Gents, Youth nnd Boys' Hats are just ,
f meeting every Wodneu1nyeveningat7ae. with Indian River and Luke Worth sections Acworth, (;:n., Wednesday nll>1'nlllg. f= '
,, SneHnl month of ladies' put on sale: nt Goldsmith<< Bros.Mr. .
offer this
Itev. Jso. Fur I'octor. :
during past wrvfe. Itrlcf. mrnllmi of -Tho alterations!4ln Postmaster Serlmpeour's -
ry: Interesting Ktcntu About I'ooplo You $tO and W.OO French kid shoes for$2.50: and Mrs. H. Walton, of Clifton, place are neatly complete; and

,t' lurnsT ('n r.clI. Know, and IVoplonn Don't Know nrjd $3.50. Gco. K. Humph. have: been spending a couple of days In with\(} its new coat of paint, It looks very

Preaching every 4th Sunday at 11 a. m. and Irked up by Our Society Editor. -Captain E II. lace has the contractfor town this deck.Mr. neat and clean.A .
TJ4 p. m. Bnnilay aChooll'v1Rtlnlny! at 4 p. in
i II J grayer meeting every Thursday at 7,4 p.m. drhlng the piles for tho lan (lame and Mrs. F. T. Budge returned new engineer-Mr. Kellar: : of St.
Rev. A. I). Con EX: ,Pouter. front their northern trip Tuesday night, nll1ltllll'-nl'llvl.1 !hero last night to 5
-Get the ADVOCATB at Dr. Seteven's.Five dock etc.
looking remaikably: well after their vuratlon. tAke a position with Messrs. Wctmoro &: z

tY CATHOLIC ClirPCII. Cents per copy.J. -For choice groves, pineries, vegetable ilndnIn, at the lee factory.A. t

Mas' and Pennon at lit o'clock a. m. Sunday S. Watson & Co. headquarters gardens nnd hammock lands apply -Give Goldsmith<< Bros.' store a call,

morning at Masonic ltcv.hall.Father. O'lk>\'LEl'1lstor. for all kinds of fertilizers. to 1) P. Gibson, Sebastian, Fla. 0-2t; made.and see thc Improvements they have: A. Slcwnrt Speaks.Cnrron I

.. -_. -Empty whisky barrels for sale. J. -Mr. Geo. M mgr'l\ler, of Oak 11111, was Carpenter wanted with flrsf-el.iss Ai>vooATKj;

:: An Editor's Pass. D. Crabb & Co., TUusvllle. In town Monday: morning! looking much re"I'Chl'l'S.11.hcSII., Capt. T. I:. Rich- h\vo:\yenenhiesdutingtime nttemple to accomplish pastfew mv defeat week

-J. S. Watson & Co. want 1,000 bushels letter after his late illness aids, Eden, 1"1:1.1'oliltnalltl'r: by connecting my name Ith tho)llrevard

of gu.ivas.Tho -Do you o\\o Stiling & Taylor, the R. C. Serlmgcour hums Abstract of Tltlo Co., and urged: that I
purchased thin] real estate ollleo recently have lined ofllro to further tho business '
Kf Why Slioulil An Editor Work for Nothing Kev. T. J. Nixon will hold service hardware and paint dealers, Cocoa, any- occupied by Robblna & Graham.: my
of a private concein. I wish to deny -
\ Any More Than Another Runlnciis Man at the Methodist church at 7:30 p.m. thing) ? If so, go and pay them; they -Miss ."'11II10 Dodson has! retained nIl CO II 1II''tlllIlh said company, anti

o A Georgia Editor Speaks. I'laln. Sunday: evening.Mrs. need the money. from her visit to her married ulstar Mrs. challenge any person In the county to
Captain R. P. 1'1111.11Rl11vcll In S. F. Thomas-at B.irbounltlo.Mr. namo: and prove n single Instance elute
C. II. Watson returned
s; The "Gainesville Sun" says: :Sam: Belehcr returned this cither said company: or cither of Its
morning, from !her visit to Mr. and Mrs. town, from Jacksonville, Saturday evening members (excepting Minor S. Jones) ever -
i Wjl. William Addison Knowls, ono of week, from his trip down
tfi best known editors in Georgia must A. J. Mitchell, Jupiter. and after saying "ltowdoyou(10"to ing rather sunburnt after his outing. received a courtesy or favor' at my
his frlt'n.lllin town; returned to hands that the general public lint not received -
have had nn eventful experience. We Money 1 Money I 1 )Money J 1 t to many -J. S. Watson: & Co cnn supply you freely. lIul'llthu month of Feb-

are pleased to know that the railroads, loan on real estate. Apply to Ilobblns tho metropolis Monday. with fresh f"rd'n seeds cheaper than nary 1&8, I sold my Interest In the concern -

Graham Titusville Strawberry plants. I havo 10,000 you can IIl'n. get them. Try us, referred to Walter:S.: Graham
concert troupes tho churches, nnd com- Fla.Me. and sue for yourselves.In : nt ,,
t )'oun'I'l1I..ot.d plants (Xevtnan's: appears on record, l>y bill of sale, recorded -
li[ munition are all right in Florida, and W. A. n.uigh: of Melbourne, arrived variety) which 1' will deliver to any address consequence of n slight defect In in the Cleik'n olllce. Immediately

_ r only in rare instances attempt deprive In town Monday \ith a load of on Indian<< Ulver at $8J0 per thous the boiler of the steamer St. Augustine, after said salo tho cOl1lllny11M organ

''newspaper men of their just rights. Wo bananas.To and. :Send cash with order. C. C. tho White made: tho run between Titus Ized by Walter S. Iraham, Minor S.

i.. surprised that the Converse, Brnntley, Fla.: villo\ and Melbourne, Tuesday. Jones and (!oo. M. Robbins. Thcso!penllemen -
H are newspaper men
arrive at Goldsmith Bros. A
: -Mr. M. It. Bunnell has been unnblo veto the solo Incorporators and
nnd Mrs. T. E. P.lehards of
'of submit to such -Captain
Georgia tamely ,
;gross largo variety of Towelings, Sheetings, to attend to business at tho J'l'p.er1Iaulnvl. stockholders the now company, and
4 Injustice as that referred to. The Colo"neI83"II Table Cloths, and other I1ous'boMGoo.I Eden, came up on tho steamer St. Luelo .., this week, owing to a very from tho l>eHt Information I nm ohio to

''M "One; :of the. beauties and charms of In a few days.Mr. Sunday morning, nnd after viewing nil\ painful nhccss In tho palm of his right obtain (an examination of tho stock hook

_ tho tights:: tit town arid calling on theirfriends hand. I of wild company) tho iiaino gentlemen .
." any life is! in deadheading itt nnd Mrs. E. L. arrived In stockholders
still solo
on all occasions. Brady they left for Iloekledgo Tuesday -In tho Senate, Monday, a bill waspassed aio I mako thin
New York about 12 o'clock statement In order that people may
't x'Xo who has feasted the Wednesday : nuthoilzltig the Canaveral and
ono never on" morning, on their way l Ol1Ie. know with
'sweets of that bliss can begin to tako In night last, feeling rather ill after a very South J.1t>l'hl1ai1wIlY: to build a bridge my true tho Bro-
-Capt. W. B. Watson returned from Indian River and Bnn- vard Abstract of Title Company.
the glory of btu happiness. Ho does $100 rough passage from Jwkso: \'lI1o.. across ono across Your obedient servant
;worth of advertising for railroad, and his trip to Aekworth, Ga., Monday evening pna River.There. ,
A. A.
Reader observe AUT.
that all
f gets a "pass" for a ;year, tides $2:; worth, please our and reports his wife and family ns will bo a'fisli fry nt Hatch's .

and then he is looked upon as a deadhead subset'ibers1 names are printed and pasted being well iu health The Captain states store, City Point, to-morrow (Saturday') Senator Call in Titus-

JV' or a half-blown dead beat. on tho left corner of tho heading or that who anti the residents of TltusUllc, Cocoa,
wilh tho notion
anyone goes
? "He puffs a concert troupe $10 worth ville.
upon tho wrapper. Xamcs written In and other places are cordially Incited to
c and gets $1 In cnmpllmentaries: and that they will bo fed on chicken, fresh Ito present nnd join In the fun.
( thus passes free. If the hall is crowded pencil or ink nro kindly asked to add eggs, new milk, etc., will IKJ greatly disappointed Our Senator: that 1M, Anti Is to ho, trim
he is begrudged tho room ho occupies, their names to our list. -Col. J. N. Stripling, the nlpuhlitm.1InomlUl'o to his nppotntmont ns to ditto though
for there was less good thingsto
for If his compliiucutarioB were paying for Congress" from tho :2nd District not to tho hour arrived Tltusvlllo lust
II: Smith who halls
-Mr. J. from the bo had in Aekworth than In Titus will address tho of Titus
tickets, the troupo would be so much in land of Goshen above people Friday night and after taking supper at
new just
K,pocket. villo. ville on Oet. Oth. anti Cocoa and Rock- tho Grand View Hotel proceeded to tho ;
Gallic has been spending day in
a or so
Y "lie blows and puffs church festival town. Ito reports quite Htampedo of lodge, at Oleander Point, Oct. 10th. Court house, where a full house of admirers

a: free to any desired extent, and does the settlers on to !land on tho peninsular, -Subset iptlons for the A n VOCATK may wore present to do hint honor. Y
poster printing at half rates, and rarely cast of I). L. Gauldon, Esq., Introduced tho I
just Tropic. with Messrs. .\
ft,gets a thank you for it. 'It goes as a partof ----- by left Stiling : Taylor, much-abused champion of tho pooplo'rt '

j his duty as an editor. -Tho sloop Mutual, In command of ." Wo shall bo pleased to] :: by tho ,residents of Cocoa and vicinity, rights in tho following well chosen and' :

"lIe does more work gratuitously for Corporal T. J. O'Brien, returned hero J3 I receive a share of your ; \\'hleh111 bo placed promptly on our deserving remark: "Friends, wo havo

lithe i town and community than all tho Saturday having completed the inspect ,*J> O {Job Work-envelopes,}I 6: list. a distinguished l gneitt with UH to night, a ,.
of the a letter-heads, note-heads, been elected ''
.rest population put together, and | l matt distinguished by having ;
| gets cursed for it all, while in many in- ion of the government wire between Tltusvillo bill-heads, statements, j ::t tur --Miss Stella Halo loft hero 01 yester to tho United States senato when too '

{stances where a man who donates a nnd Jupiter. Ito returned to p anything else. F IlayIIomlng'lI train for Jacksonville, on YOlln .JlY two years! to accept tho position
Aekworth Ga. hero
few dollars to fourth of --. her way the CII01ll1t
I a July celebration Mlcco on Tuesday. remain December. a distinguished: by
[ or a base ball club is gratefully will probably until which ho hat made, a man who U the I
-Lieut. Swift Is After Several of her friends wero at tho station
remembered." now happy. kS friend of the pooplo and the foe of grasping

.| Another exchange "Did trying for some weeks past to rent a bidding her adieu corporation and trusts, whoso volcoIx .

R notice that some people says expect: nn you editorto ever house in Titusvillo for himself and family -J. S. Watson .\: Co. want 1,000 boxes -Tho attention of our renders Is ever ready to defend the poor man ,

writo the most unimportant of lemons. drawn to the new advertisements of the from tho aggression of tho rich, who ,
up things without success he at last succeeded ;
River Lumber P. J.
stylish Indian: Company; ha served thlllluollo of Florida faithful
Fon NOTHING? work for noth-
In renting Captain Poddison's residence Some of tho most Boys' and and builder and
Hall contractor Mrs.
jftng, ns if their time was valueless. Our ; ly for twelve yearn in United States
for months. IIo Youths' Suits, long or short pants are Annie Simmons who does needlework, tho
editor was invited to attend ball the two may yet purchase and i senate. I now havo pleasure and the
,other evening, and asked to "writo it the captain's eligibly-located place.Mr. to bo found on the counters of Goldsmith plain sowing embroidery.Stiling I honor of Introducing to you tho lion.

op" as a favor. 'OU believe it, Bros. & Taylor, hardware<< and paint Wdklnson Call, the pooplo'H friend"
J. Drown who has been
on a
'charged Tho Senator after tho cheers which ,
rreaders; he was the same as -Capt. G. W. Lninhart of Palm Beach dealers Cocoa, Fla. were burned out : .
others for being present? Recently: ho trip to St. Lucie, returned hero Sunday I was in town this week. greeted<< him subsided, mado an excellent
[Attended an entertainment, and after morning. While on the lower river he but MO again: In business In their store speech.' Herald a high tilbulo to tho

i Working until 12:30 that night to give purchased ten acres of land, and expects -The Indian River Guards, on Monday on the wharf. Go there and eXJ'I'eIIJyour character and ability of (Jen. Bullock, ;,
evening, went through a preliminary and urged hU hearers to do their dutyto
all the word
[ performers a 'good ho was sympathy to the amount of your
to havo sufficient land cleared to plant drill at the court houso.
Charged for attending. Do people in the sew that there was no question' about
I northern cities do this kind of thing? out 5,000 pineapple slips next month.It -New goods are now opened at Goldsmith Indebtedness. hU ro-cloctlon or scouring his seat for

[Certainly not. Editors and reporters shows that the lower river will even- JJros, dally. Ladles can find there -Tho Jackson\lllo "Standard" says: tho coming term.
ito treated with duo The steamer San Sebastian was In port lie also took up the tariff and explained .
respect by having tually become noted for Its pineries. Flannel Blouses all styles and patterns. '
fjCOmplimentaries sent them, for the best all day Sunday, and left at 2 ',. m. yesterday tho Injustice of tho bill now under r>
I seats In the house, to every entertainment -Mr. J.V.. liuntington arrived in Also Bert Caps for Misses, and Surah for Sanford and waylandings witha consideration showing It was calou- .

that takes place in their town. town Saturday evening and reported Sashes in varieties. .* largo freight and several passengers. hated l to mako Its pampered pets tho protected i

Truly some of our Florida peoplo having spent a pleasant time while Titusville school opened Mr. S. C. Quarterman, tho now purserof manufactures, monopolies and
should study ettlquette and the rule of very Tuesday the steamer San Sebastian, has been trusts richer, and<< rivet tho chaliiH which ,
Vie press at large."Firer' ." north. He stayed over a few days at his morning with a ro11oOa11 of seventh-five confined to ,his bod since Sunday with ci)8l.ivo labor moro firmly and tighter

place at Enterprise, packing and removIng scholars. This speaks well for the popu- fever. Capt. Wm. Jones, a well-known than ever and contended that If a protec-

his household effects to Aurontla. larity of Professor and Mrs. Schell and steamboatman, has consented to fill the tive tariff must bu Imposed that it should .
was the alarming cry that tho farmer and fruit OH '.
vacancy till.Mr Quarterman recovers. protect grower
As Mr. Huntington expects to havelittle > the Titusville school. '
[startled all north Titusville on Saturday | well M the makers of steel rails and
[evening last, and Representative Xor- sport this winter, he brought three Messrs. Dixon & Gray, our well- _Miss Dora Breese, of Coquina; and builder of ships: the south on well an

wood's residence was the scene of the pups with him from the north-a pointer known druggists, have just been giving Miss II. I. Wilkinson, of lUwkledge, the north.A .
[conflagration. It appears that Miss arrived town on Widnesday evening'ssteamer portion of his time was spent In denouncing -
and two foxhounds.If .
their store a new coat of paint, which and started ,
again yesterday,
I Florence Norwood was carrying one of the policy that had squandered .
I those daugerous, naked-light lamps, and you wish to keep well posted with makes it look very neat and clean. W.H. for Murfreebboro N. C., where they will the public lands and tho power which had

J by some unfortunate means Ignited part regard to most Important events occur- Knox, whose office Is on the ladder, attend school for the next nine months. determined to crush the speaker by sub
ff her dress. In the and hustle to They will then return to Indian River.
; scare did the work. sidizing tho purchasable press and having '"
ring in the Indian River and Lake Worth
Aigpose of the lamp and extinguish the Miss Wilkinson has grown so much with- hint branded an a fool and dotard.
I flames, more clothes became ignited; sections, subscribe for the EAST COAST -The third quarterly conference of in the past three year that we nearly The senator closed by assuring Ida audience '
Mission i
Indian River
the M. E. Church
in the attempt to kick the lamp into ADVOCATE, $1.50 per annum, post paidto Nixon failed to recognize her. Both young that ho should continue to servo
the street, Mrs. Norwood got burnt any part of the United States. As South.Uev.will be held T. Presiding Elder, ladies are great favorites In Rockledgeand the people and protect their right, OK lu
on Tuesday, September23rd
about the feet well her neighborhood, where they will be
as as having the
[ his judgment they were Infringed, to
the ADVOCATE Is only about 3d: 1800 at Point. Public Services
I per copy City welcomed back. Mrs. Wilkinson
wearing apparel sadly disfigured. Had gladly
ho to
best of his ability, and that !If wero
In connection with the above
lift.not been for the valuable assistance per week, by becoming a yearly subscriber will be accompanied them to Jacksonville on be Ignominlously retired ho should at

I tendered by Mr. P. J. Hall, Mrs. Decker we are confidant that our readers conducted as follows: On Sunday, Sept. her way north to spend the winter. least have the consciousness of having ; '
21st, by Rev J. N. Jones, of Titusville, at
and other neighbors, the residence of will add their names to our list. 11 a. m. and 4 p. m. Morning service -Wanted, a dozen carpenters. This done hU duty and preserved his honor. I"!

(Mr. Norwood would have been a thing -Mr. E. J. Burns and returned will close by holy communion. Public class of workmen are In heavy demandIn The speech was frequently Interrupted \
t the past. services on Monday at 7 p. m. Tuesdayat Titusville at present, and if a dozen by spontaneous and sincere applause and
from the north Saturday evening, and 11 a. m. and 7 p. m., conducted by good hand should arrive In Titusville to after the speaker closed many of our citizens

are now located in their house facing the the Presiding Elder. Collection on be- morrow they could go to work at once. expressed their respect and fidelityby

His Is For You. Presbyterian church. Mr. Burns represents half of expense of P. E. An earnest We publish this fact In hope that It hearty handshakes and cheering word

f wish to sympathy the Florida Canning Invitation is extended to all. -'Let him will meet the eye of some worthy men In of encouragement.Wo h
you express your Company'sinterests
less of the State sinterly regret that tho ,
that heareth The stewards Other thriving portion
f.J;Staling A Taylor you cannot do it at this) place in the fish busi- trustees, Sunday say come.School superintendentsand who may be glad to know where they pressure upon our space In this issue '

more sincerity than by calling on ness. He would be glad If the party or all official members are requested to can find employment. A good carpenter prevents a more lenghthy abstract of

ht their store on the wharf, at parties who borrowed his cooking utensils attend and present their report The U sought with about much persistencyIn his speech being given. One thing U

y a,, and settling your account in full etc., from the n. Wales line steamer Roy II. Rice, of Sanford, will, D. V., Titusville at present by our contemplated certain if the election the of Senator of Brevard Call 14
at Cocoa builders a* that with which the depended upon people
IS,.date; or, If more convenient, send would refurn them to him at their earlii and preach followinw day on Sunday Further, Sept services 28th "belle of the ball" U sought and courtedby County, it might be concidered as settled

i a check; they will appreciate It. eat convenience. la due course. her admiring suitors fvr a dance. beyond peradventure



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ciii'KCii NOTICES.aimcit.. OC.A.L NEWS.Society -Mr. 11. F. Atkinson started on a hip -Baby can'(ago for sale. AI'IIIY' : -Mr. G. M. Robbltn! left on Wednesday 1;

to DeLaml Wednesday morning. thl*office. r--U- : morning's train for Orange City.

i Preaching 1'IUSAYTEItIAN every Sabbath' at II a. in.. knit 7:30 -G.nts stylish white vests justln at -The newest and nobbiest ,varieties. loft-Masters Finnkto and Wllllo Watson J.
hero for the homo of their mother
p. in. pMibntli School' at itsat: n. in. Prayer and General floiwlp In connectionwith Goldsmith Bios. Gents, Youths and Boys' Hats are just ,
f meeting every WOlllle day evening at 7uTO.Kev. Indian Itlipr antI Lake Worth ...('- Acworth, (Wednesday motnlng.Tho : ,f
J.M Fur, 1'artor. tloiM during pant ",,,..tc. filet iiirtillnn ofIntrrrotliiff Spcciil: offer this month of ladies' put on sale at Goldsmith Bros. + alteration In Postmaster Scrim- .

EtpntM About 1'..,,)>101 Yon *too and 5.00 Fnneli kid shoes for$l2.1 0 -Mr. and Mr*. H. Watton, of Clifton, l't\\II"8)llaco are nt> complete; and + '

3" JUlTtST CnVTXH.Preachlnc Know, and Vo |'Io Yon Don't Knowrifkol : and 350. (Jeo. U. Rumph.Captain have been spending a couple of days In with Ha new coat of pant, It looks very i,

every 4th Sunday at 11 a, m. and np by Our Society' Editor. E. II. Uleo has tho contractfor town this w eck neat and clean ',.
SimiUy school "
7H m. Sunday at 4 in
every ,
p. Ji.
rJ I i Prayer meeting every Thursday at 758 ]<.in. driving tho piles for tho Eau Gallio -Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Budge returned -A new l'njnct'rIr.! Kollar, of St. ,
front their northern Tuesday Augustine ntlived hero bust tight to .
Rev. A. It. ('oIlE1fI'astor. trip night,
-i -Get ADVOCATE at Dr. Screvcn's.Five dock etc. "
-, looking irmaikably well after their va take position with Messrs. Wctmoro ::

t CATHOLIC CIItnCJI. Cents per copy.J. -For choice groves, pineries, vegetable cation. Glndw, at the ice factory

MUM and I e neon at 10 o'clock a. in. Sunday S. Watson & Co, arc headquartersfor gardens: and hammock lands, apply -Give Gold-Ouith Bros.' store a call,

4 morning at Manonto Rev.Imll.Father, O'1k'tE,raster. all kinds of feitilizers. to I). P. Gibson, Sebastian, Fla. 0-2t; and made.sec tho improvements they have A. A. Stewart Spl'nuc. ,

Empty whisky barrels for sale. J. -Mr. Geo. Migrmlcr, of Oak Hill, was Carpenter wanted, with llrst-el.iss EWTOK .\lIYOCAnjty ; ;

An Editor's Pass. D. Crab & Co., Titusvllle.J. ; in town Monday morning, looking much references address, Capt. 'l'. E. Richards enemies, during the past few weekshave
attempted to accomplish defeat
S. Watson it Co. want 1,000 bushels better after his late Illness. Eden, Fia.l'oslinater. by connecting my name with the my lirovanl n

it : of guava-s. -Do you owe Stillng & Taylor, the R. C. Scilingeour linnpmchnxed Abstract of Title Co., ami urged that I
tho real estate ollico recently have: lifted ofllco to further the lmnl-
t why Should 1 An r..lilo"Vork for Nothing -The Rev. T. J. Nixon will hold service hardware and paint dealers, Cocoa, anything occupied by Robbins A Graham. my
acts' of a private conoei 1 Wish l to deny -
'1. Any More Than Another Business Man at the Methodist church at 7:30 p.m. ? If so, go and pay them; they -Miss Jessie Dodnon has returned all connection Ith said: company, anti

A Georgia Editor Speaks Plata.tt Sunday evening. .. need the money. from her visit to her mairlcd ulster Mrs. challenge any person in the county to
-Captain R. P. Paddtam nnivcdln S. F. Thomas-at U.ubounlllo.Mr. ivimo: nail prove a single Instance hero
Mrs. C. II. Watson returned
The "Gainesville Sun" says: Sam Belcher returned, this either said' company, or either of Its
morning, from her visit to Mr. and Mrs. town, from Jacksonville, (Saturday evening member (excepting Minor :S. Jones) col'r
'JCol.. William Addison l:Knowls one of week from his trip down riverlook-
_ '" tfte+ ,best> known editors in Georgia must A. J. Mitchell Jupiter. and after saving "Howdoyoudo'1to Ing rather sunburnt after his outing. received\ ooiutmy or favor: nt my
his friends town; retained to hands that the general public has not received -
have had an eventful expvrienco. We -Money I lIIoncyl1! 1 Money 1 III I to many --J. S. Watson A Co can supplyyou freely. During the month of February -
are pleased to know that tho railroads, loan on real estate. Apply to Robbina& metropolis Monday. with fresh frdl'n seeds cheaper than 18W, I sold mv interest In (,heron*
concert troupes, tho churches and com- Graham, TItusville, Fla. Strawberry plants. I have 10,000 and you KOO can for Sl'I1I yourselves get them. Try us, corn referred to, Walter S. Graham an ;,
.S 3'oungwellI'I.otc'll plants (Newnnn'svariety appears on record, by lillufRall', recorded
'munitlcs aro all light in Florida, and -lI1 W. A. Baugh, of Melbourne, arrived ) which I" will deliver to any address -In consequence of n slight defect In In tho Clerk's olllco. Immediately

I'only In rare instances attempt deprive in town Monday with a load of on Indian River at $8.50; per thous- the boiler of the steamer St. Augustine, after 8\lollalo tho company w an organized

L } newspaper men of their just rights. We bananas.To and. Send cash with order. C. C. tho White nndo tho run between Titus- by Walter S. Graham, Minor S.

';' are surprised that tho newspaper men Converse, Brantley: Fla. + villo and Melbourne, Tuesday.Mr. Jones and Geo. M. Robbing. Thcso gen
arrive at Goldsmith, Bros.: A M. Ii. Bunncll lias Ix-on unable tit'l1IenVcro the solo incorporators real
S/of Captain awl Mrs. T. E.;Richards of -
: Georgia tamely submit to such ,
largo variety of Towelings, Sheetings, to attend to business at tho PepperH.uilover stockholders In tho now company and
'injustice as that referred to. The Colonel Table Cloths! and other Household Eden, camo up on the steamer St. Lucto this week, owing to niry from tho best information I nm able to

.. says: Goods in few Sunday morning, and after viewing all painful nhccHS In tho palm of his light obtain (an examination of thostock book
"Ono of the beauties and charms ofaany a days.
tho nights hi town and calling on thl'lrfrlen.111 hand. of mild company) tho natno gentlemen
editor's life Is in deadheading It. -Mr. and Mis. E. L. Brady arrived in 11'0lUll stockholders, I make this
-In the Senate bill ,
if on nil occasions. they left for Rocklcdgo Tuesday Monday, a was
New York about 12 o'clock Wednesday authorising tho Canaveral and statement In outer that people may
'X who has feasted the
0 ono never on' morning on their way home.
know true connection th the
sweets of that bliss can begin to tako In night last, feeling rather ill after a very I South: 1"1011'1.1lallwllY to build a bridge my lire- t

I the glory of it* happiness. He does! $100 rough pahsago from Jacksonville.. -Capt. W. Watcon returned from I across Indian River nail ono across Banana turd Abstract Your Title obedfent Company.servant a

I worth of ndvci'Using for n railroad, and his trip to Ackvtorth, Ga., Monday evening River. ,
Reader observe that all A. A. SrnwAnT,
if gets a "pass" for a year, tides $2:} worth, please our aIIII reports his wife nnd family as There will bo a'fish fry nt Hatch's > *
i* and then he is looked upon as a deadhead subscribers' names aro printed and lasted Point to-morrow (Saturda
being well in health. The Captain states store, City )) Senator Call in Titus-
iV or a half-blown dead beat. on the left corner of tim heading or nnd the residents of Titusvllle, Cocoa,
i that
who with tho notion
anyone goes
"He puffs a concert troupe $10 worth upon the wrapper. Names written In and other places aro cordially Invited to ville.Our t
and gets $1 In compllmentaries, and I that they will bo fed on chicken, fresh 1 ho present and join In tho fun.
.i thus passes free. If the hall Is crowdedho pencil or ink are kindly asked to add eggs, new milk, etc., will be groatly disappointed Senator that In, and Is to bo, trim
is begrudged tho room he occupies, their names to our list. -Col. J. N. Stripling! tIle RepuHloan: to his appointment n* to data though 4
for there was less good thingsto
J for if his compliuicutaries wcro' paying nominee for Congress from tho 2nd District not to tho hour arrived in Tlttisvillo hut
-Mr. J. If. Smith, who hails from the ho had in Ackworth than in Titus- will address tho of Titus-
tickets, tho troupe would be so much inft people Friday night, and after taking supper at
land of Goshen above
new just Eau
pocket. villo. vlllo, on Oct. IHli. and Cocoa and Rock- the GraVlow Hotel proceeded to tho
y Gallic, has been spending a day or BO in
',' "lIe desire a church festival town. He reports quite stampede of lodge, at Oleander Point, Oct. 10th. Court hoiiKO, where a full house of allml-

free to any extent, and doe the settlers on to land on the peninsular, : Subscriptions for tho ADVOCATE may rent were present to do him honor.
|-,poster printing at half rates, and rarely 1). L. Oall Introduced tho
just cast 011'1'01,10.Tho with &
by left Messrs. Silling Taylor, champion
Ifr thank inuch-nbuHcd of tho
:get a you for It. It goes as a part people's
; of his duty as an editor. sloop Mutual, in command of Wo shall bo pleased to] 001; by >iho residents* of Cocoa and vicinity, tights in the following well chosen ami' .'

"lIe does more work gratuitously for Corporal T. J. O'Brien, returned hero 1'1'l'ch'e"( share of your E which will bo placed promptly on our deserving remarks: "Fi lends, wo havo
', the town and community than all tho the {Job Work- envelopes,} tt.. list. a distinguished gnest with us to night, n e
Saturday having completed
rest of tho population put together, and Inspection 'q Ictter-headM, note-heads, W n I man distinguished by having been elect-
t gets cursed for it all, while in many Instances of the government wlro between TI- bill-heads, statements, a. -;Miss Stella Halo left hero OB yesterday : i>d to tho United States senate when too I

where a man who donates a tusville and Jupiter. Ho returned to p or anything tlso.J Ii' morning' train for Jacksonville, on young.by two years to accept tho position -

;,few dollars to a fourth of July celebration MIcco on Tuesday. -- her way to Ackworth, Ga., where she (i man distinguished by tho onomtert ;
remain until
December.Several .
or a base ball club Is gratefully will probably which ho hart mode, a man who I..* tho '
|remembered." Lieut. Swift Is now happy. After h of her friends wero at the station friend of tho people and tho foo of graspIng -

Another exchange "Did trying for some weeks past to rent a bidding her adieu. corl'ol'llUonllanl1 trusts, whoso volco
(,notice that some people says expect: nn you editor ever house in Tltusvillo for himself and fami- -J. S. Watson &: Co. want 1,000 boxesof -Tho attention of our reader Is In ever ready to defend tho poor man ,
lemons. drawn to tho new advertisements of till from tho aggression of tho rich who
E to write the most ; ,
up unimportant things
ly without success he at last succeeded j
Indian River Lumber P. J.
Company; has nerved tho people of Florida" faithfully -
FOR, NOTHING alt If their?-time literally was work valueless.for nothIng Our- In renting Captain Paddlson's residencefor -Some of the most stylish Boys' and Hall, contractor and builder; and Mm. for twelve years in the United States
eel tor was invited to attend ball the two months. lIe may yet purchasethe Youths'Suits, long or short pants, aro Annie Simmons and who doe needlework, senate. I now have tho pleasure and the

Pother evening, and asked to "write It captain's eligibly-located place.Mr. to bo found on the counters of Goldsmith plain sowing embroidery. honor of Introducing to you tho Hon..

|np" as a favor. ou believe it, Dro Silling &; Taylor, hardware and paint Wilkinson Call, the people' friend.. ':'
J. Brown who lias been
"charge on a Tho Senator: after tho cheer which
( readers'for; he being was ? the same ho as4Others trip to St. Lucie, returned here Sunday -Capt. G. W. Lalnhart, of Palm Beach, dealers, Cocoa, Fla., were burned out, greeted him subsided; mado an excellent "
present Recently in this week.
an entertainment, and after morning. While on the lower river ho was town but are again In business In their store lie paid u high tribute to thecharacter :.
I -The Indian River Guards, on Monday the wharf. Go there and and ability of Gen. Bullock, .
until 12:30 that night to give purchased ten acres of land and on Olpl'CIISyour
performers 'good word he expects evening! went through a preliminary to tho amount of and urged hU hearer to do their dutyto
was sympathy
for attending. Do people in the to have sufficient land cleared to plant drill at the court houso. see that there was no question alsuthis

cities do this kind of thing? out 5,000 pineapple slips next month.It -New goods are now opened at Gold indebtedness. ro-oluclloH or scouring his neat for

[Certainly not. Editors and reporters [ show that the lower river will even- smith 43 rox, daily. Ladles can find there -The Jacksonville "Standard" say: the coming term.
tiro treated with Tho steamer San Sebastian was In port Ho also took up tho tariff and explained 1 \
duo .
respect, by hating tually become noted for its pineries.Mr. Flannel Blouses in all styles and pattern
'eomplimentarle sent them, for the best all day Sunday, and left at 2 p. m. yes- the Injustice of tho bill now under ;:
_ _i seats in the house, to every entertainment J. W. Ifuntington arrived in Also Bert Caps for Misses, and Surah terday for Sanford and waylanding witha consideration showing It wa calculated "

that takes place In their town. town Saturday evening and reported Sashes in varieties. # largo eight and several passengers.Mr. : to make IU pampered pet the protected ,l'

K"Truly some of our Florida people having spent a pleasant time while Titusville school opened S. C. Quarterman, tho now purser manufactures, monopolies and ,,
[should study ettiquette and the rule of very Tuesday of the steamer San Sebastian, ha: been trust richer, and rivet the chain which ,
"he, press at large."Firer' ." north. He stayed over a few days at his morning with a roll-call of seventy-flve confined to ,hi* bed since Sunday with enslave labor moro firmly and tighter "

'O place at Enterprise, packing and remov- scholars. This speak well for the popu- fever. Capt. Wm. Jones, a well-known than ever and contended that If n protective '. \

ing his household effects to Aurantia.As larity of Professor and Mrs. Schell and stcamboatman, half consented to 1111 the tariff must ba Imposed that It should ';
,-- was the alarming cry thatstartled vacancy till.Mr. Quarterman recovers. protect the farmer and fruit grower art ; '
all north Titusville on Saturday Mr. liuntlngton expects to havelittle | the Titusville school. well all the maker of stout rails and

fevening last, and Representative Xor- sport this winter, he brought three Messrs. DIxon & Gray, our well- -Mis* Dora Breese, of Coquina and builders of ship: the south a* well ad ,s
.ood'il residence was the scene of the him MU H. I. Wilkinson, of Rock ledge,
pupa with from the north-a pointer known druggists, have just been giving the tiotth. :
eontla"TatIon. It appears that Miss arrived in town on Wednesday evcnlng'1IItoamer A portion of his time was spent In denouncing 'fJ
and two foxhounds.If .
their store a coat of which .
new paint
J Florence Norwood was carrying one of and again, yesterday, the policy that had squandered ;JI
[those daugerous, naked-light lamps, and you wish to keep well posted with makes look very neat anti clean. W. for Murfreefcboro, N. C., where they will the public land and the power which had '; '

[by some unfortunate means, ignited part regard to most important events occur- R. Knox, whose office i* on the ladder, attend school for the next nine month determined to crush the speaker by subsidizing <..
her dress. In the and hustle to They will then return to Indian River
lor scare
did the work. : the purchasable and hav't
ring in the Indian River and Lake Worth pros
of the and theflames Miss Wilkinson* grown 10 much with
{dispose lamp extinguish
lug him branded a* a foul and dotard.
[) more it
the Indian River Mission
|tAd In tile attempt to kick the lamp in- ADVOCATE, $1.50 per annum, post paidto M. E. Church, failed to recognize her. Both young that he should continue to servo ;.
SouthRer. T.
J. Nixon ,
Ito the street Mrs. Norwood got burnt of Presiding Elder, ladle are great favorites In Rockledgeand ,
any part the United States. As will be held the people and protect their right, ait In
about the feet well her on Tuesday, September23rd neighborhood, where they will be '
as I
as having
[ his Infringed to the :
judgment they were
the ADVOCATE Is only about Sc": 1800 at Point. Public (
per copy City Services welcomed back. Mr*. Wilkinson
Had gladly
wearing apparel sadly disfigured.
bent of his ability and that if he wero tobe
[It not been for the valuable assistancetendered per weep, by becoming a yearly sub- in connection with the above will be accompanied them to JackonviH0, on I Ignominiously retired ho should at ,o,

[ by Mr. P. J. Hall, Mrs. Decker scriber, we are confidant that our read- conducted as follow: On Sunday, Sept. her way north to spend the winter. least have the consciousness of having a
Rev J. N. Jones
21st Titunville
by at
[and other neighbors, the residence of ers will add their names to our list. 11 a. m. and 4 m. Morning service -Wanted, a dozen carpenters. Till done his duty and preserved his honor. .
I Aft Norwood would have been a thing p. class of workmen are in heavy demand The speech wa frequently Interrupted \
lot the -Mr. E. J. Burn and family returned will close by holy communion. Public
past.This. service on Monday at 7 p. m. Tuesdayat I In Tituirllle at present, and if a dozen by spontaneous and sincere applause and
from the north Saturday evening, and 11 a. m. and 7 p. m., conducted by ,, good hand should arrive in Titusville to after the speaker closed many of our citizens ,
are now located In their house facing the the Presiding Elder. Collection on behalf morrow they could go to work at once. expressed their respect and fidelity

Is For You. Presbyterian church. Mr. Bums represents of expense of P. E. An earnest We publish this fad in hope that It by hearty handshakes and cheering words ti:.

Invitation I* extended to alL -'Let him will meet the eye of some worthy men In of encouragement. S :
I U F you wish to express your sympathy the Florida' Canning Company'sinterests
that heareth The steward other IBM thriving portion of the State We alnterly regret that the unusual : ,
|SWing A Taylor cannot do it at thin place in the fish busi say come. this luo '
you trustee, Sunday School superintendents who may be glad to know where they pressure upon our pace In f
|th more sincerity than by calling onat ness. He would be glad if the party or and all official members are requested to can find employment. A good carpenter prevent* a more lenghthy abstract of

their tore on the wharf, at parties who borrowed hl cooking utensils attend and present ,their report The issonghtwithaboutas much persistencyIn Ids speech being given. One thing I*

a, and settling your account in full etc.,from the n. Wales line steamer Rev. II. lice, of Sanford will, D. V., Titusville at present by our contemplated certain If the election of Senator Brerard Call ,'
at Cocoa builder a* that with which the depended upon the people of
|date; or, if more convenient, end would return them to him at their earliest and preach followlnw days.on Sunday Further Sept.services 28th "belle of the ball" sought and courtedby County It might be concidered M wttlod

> a check; they will appreciate it. convenience. In due course her admiring suitors for a dance, beyond peradventure.



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+* *% .. declare all such reports /al" and
; NATIONAL presented and $4 000,000 ..more were ALLIANCE NOTES. that we te believed and further, DIRECT TRADE.
1 CAPITAL. the unworthy to
AdvDCfii6. of bUli
rh,jcgst brought in before close _. that one cognizant of any fraud in .
*.. In the order of business arranged by the Exchange management is requested to -
the republican senators Thursday morning to thE
known nnequlvooibly,
WORK for the remainder of this session the NEWS OF THE: ORDER AND ITS make same MEETING OF THE CONVEX
FIFTY-FIRST properly
i bill included. end that guilty parties TION IN ATLANTA.
I CONGRESS. compound lardS was not MEMBERS.
r dealt with.The
-- This means the bill will go over until next following> in relation to the Farm -

I cession, and probably to its death, as it ii TARIOWSECTIOHS adopted, GOOD WOBK AccoMrt-ieniD" ASD
TELEGRAPH AND CABLE r1oc1zDvGe or THE WHAT IS BEUTO DOn IN TH* cn' Newtpaper Alliance nas DPRr.
norm AND IBNATK understood the majority of members of
olpmnn :
a personal ADOPTED
BRIEFED: -DELIBERATIONS OVER MATTERS the senate agricultural committee are coupled .ANT RESOLUTIONS -THE PRO-
opposed -

GREAT .. 'onll.1I'r'p!
OF .t
,WHAT is I dOING ON IN THE COMMON COCNTRT.-KOTKS. NOTES, ETC. Boohed, That tho Farmers' State Alliance
!J Robert W. Turner, United States con -- tender Bi other C. W. Macune resolution -

\U, BUSY WORLD. In the house, oa Tueado1,1fr. Haugen, sul at Cadiz, Spain, has informed the Cobb County, Ga., Alliance refuses to of thanks for his presence and In obedience to 1call of Governor

'< of Wisconsin, called up the Virginia election itata\ department of the stablishmcnt ofa use jute bagging under any circumstances. ablo speech and his explanation Gordon, issued at the Instance of the

} A CrnrXAVT; OF OUTSIDE AFFAIRS CONDENSED cane, Langste.1 against Venable. tide of steamers between Cadiz and New *. of the F rmers'Newspaper Allianee; that Formers' Alliance, the Direct Trade convontion .
FKOM: NEWST DISPATCHES A York. Mr. Turner says that aside from our wishes and met in the house of
rote best representatives
'f' taken he
but wherever
I was no quorum np- The Alliance bank will bo opened in may go
mow 'txcLK: SAM'S DOMAIN AND' WHAT the large amount of American goods that with him Atlanta Wednesday
peering, Mr. Haugcn offered a resolution Quitman October 1st with a capital stock brotherly feelings shall ever be ? at morning.
t THE ,CABLE: BRINGS. directing the sergeant-at-arms to summon come to Spain through English l ; French of $25,000 subscribed. Her compress is and that this resolution be furnished the The convention was called to order by
absentees. Mr. BrcckSnrldgc, of and German jobbers, for which we receiveno in operation, and expects that 30,000 press for publication.A -S Governor Gordon, who welcomed the I

A tornado visited Clinton, Indiana, Kentucky, moved to lay Mr. Haugcn's credit, our trade with Spain aggregates bales will be compressed this faiL TEBRIEB. delegates in a brief address.

Wednesday did immense damage. resolution on the table. Lot-yeas, 40; from $16,000,000 to $24,000,000 per WONDERFUL On motion of Mr. Tom Lyon, of Bar- ,

Cholera i* decreasing in the provinces oats, 80. The house then adjourned. annum. tow, Hon. \V. J. Northcn was unanimously .
of,Spain but slightly increasing in tho The house bill to extend for two years Mr. Dunnell, of Minnesota, chairmanof The Georgia! State Alliance Las determined The Washington Dog That Hu a made permanent president. Col.

'city of Valencla.I } the redemption of school funds in Beau the house committee on the eleventh to continue the use of cotton bagging National Reputation. Northen thanked the convention coral!;

The bodies of twenty-one who fort county county 8. C., Will passed by I. census on Wednesday, introduced an for cotton. Our brethren across One of the most remarkable publio for the honor conferred. '

"were drowned daring the floods persons In, Austria the senate on Tuesday. The tariff bill apportionment bill on a basis of one the Savannah are a hard team to beat characters Washington, says a Pitts- An amendment offered by Governor

have been found floating In the Elbe. was then taken up, the pending question representative for each 180.000 of popu when they set their heads.. -CottonPlant, burg Dispatch correspondent lives on Gordon, that there shall be a vice-presi-
I being on the sugar schedule. Mr. Al- latlon. This wou'd provide for a total South Carolina. Row. This individual, dent from each state represented in the
Pinkerton detectives goes
t Thursday, ar rich moved, on behalf of the com representation of 834. Under tho apportionment .*. Newspaper convention, was
rested in Utica N. Y. from one office to another every night, adopt.
two men who
mittee. the reciprocity amendment Alabama California Colonel Polk State Fanners' .
wanted pro Colorado organized a and holds conference with the various On motion of Jasper Wilier, of
..are for wrecking a train near pesed by him September lit, and accept Michigan, Missouri'! New Jersey, Alliance a few days ago in Pennsylvania, lie Is acquainted with South Carolina, a committee on credentials .
( .A.1b8Dl'iWllblngton ed a verbal modification of it suggested Oregon, Texas, Washington and Wisconsin and started it off in splendid working order Senators and Representatives and was appointed to nominate the vice-

park, Chicago, will not,be by Mr. Hoar. Adopted. Mf. Aldrich offered would each gain one member; and we expect to hear of noble work ho many often takes in the little dinnersof presidents, and arrange a list of delegates.

: > tendered to the world's fair direct,,". an additional section, providing that Arkansas, Illinois, Kansas and Pennsylvania bring done by our Pennsylvania brethren. tho correspondents.part Still he is less Messrs. Davidson, of Alabama, Tillman,
/ : Such is the unanimous decision of the the sugar schedule and bounty paragraphs each two; and Minnesota and -Indiana Union. wild of Tennessee, Gates, of North Carolina
than foot tall and like man ,
( south park; comml sloners.t shall take effect the 1st of March Nebraska each three. The ,
", only states to V in the circus he has hair all over his Waggoner, of Soutfc Carolina, and. Lyon,
Much discontent has been canned in 1891; and that, prior to the 1st of Feb lose a representative would be Ohio and A. P. Basking, secretary of tho Florida ,is Scotch terrier and hisiiaiue of Georgia, were made this committee.

.t' Spain by the government's. attitude tot WIry 1891. sugar may be refined in Virginia. which would, each, lose one. RIAtA A l\iAn"... A nthnnv ....nn..h that person._____ jIe__ a T.A.... thft th. nnmhAP tt .1.ln, _
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-, ward Iho press and toward municipal bond without the payment! of duty, which "at a meeting i ih"brd; ; ;rc directorsof is is nugj.He about, the size of an ordinary gates from each.state should be limited ,
'codnoils ana other local bodies. was also agreed to. All reserved amend.
NEWS OF THE SOOTH the Alliance exposition, there was white poodle, and he has the brightest of to seven.
," 1 /IbeChIcago branch of the Eureka tneuts having been disposed of, the presiding donated 1,000 boxes of oranges as a free black eyes shining out of a bushy face. The committee on credentials reportedas
8ilk company, of Boston, was closed by before announced that the bill was gift to the delegates to the Alliance to lIe b., however, the brightest dog in the vice-presidents of the convention the
the ,' sheriff Thursday, on confession of now the senate for amendment. be held in Ocala in December next.as. United States mid hs has made a nntion- name of Govern Fowle of North Carolina .
,Judgment in the court for $9- The committee amendment to paragraph BRIEF NOTES OF AN INTER- .
supreme of Governor
: al repntntlol1'throu.th his Washingtontricks Governor Fleming
i33,26O.. not 703,above placing No.-upon 16 Dutch the free standard list all sugars which ESTING NATURE. Industrial Free Press (Winfleld, Kan.) for thu' past five years. Senator Gordon of Georgu'lon. Till-

,Tho census office gives the population had been passed without acdon gives good advice: "Alliance men aDd BJiir: calls him Socrates and he says ho man of Tennellee, lon.. 1. Sheey.of
of Vermont as 833,205, a decrease in ten taken The amendment over was rrrntT ITEMS PROW ALL rorrrrs IN THK reform thinkers and workers, don't let believes that ho contains tho soul of Alabama, and ]. L.Donclson ol i
; 'years of eighty-one tile of up. was to substitute SOUTHERN STATES THAT WILL KKTEB- enthusiasm which in South
\ ; population No. 13 for No. 10. It your abate and grow cold. some great man of the pnst, CPolol
4t JLouisvillo, Ky., 161,005-increase of Mr. Plumb offered an amendment was agreed for to. TAIN THE: READER-ACCIDENTS; HUES, You have a work to perform, and to do tho course of its transmigration is nowinhibiting On Mr. Calvin, the lion. C

: 87247. the appointment of a commission of ihree FLOODS, ETC. it well needs your whole efforts. No one a dog. P. Goodyear, of Brunswick, addr.s
; The Qirondo France council can perform this work aa I Xot long Governor Swineford of the convention at length on
: ( ) general disinterested persons, to bo known as the Isaac Davis furniture dealer in Dallas successfully as ago trade
;' Las sent a resolution to the government customs commission with the maa true to tho cause. With this Alaska paid n visit to Washington.: :Mr. He was heard with great interest through-
a Texan
rdmandiag the repeal| of the law prohibiting office in tho city of Washington.permanent Agreedto. $15,008, assigned assets Tuesday. Liabilities idea in view, work with a will and success Smith Fiyc. Fidge's owner, was looking out. S ..

.4 tho importation of American The bill was then reported to tho ; $10,000. will crown your efforts." for him, nUll he went through Willard's After the address of Mr. Goodyear thefollowing

salted .pork. senate, and all amendments that had A reunion of ex-confederato soldiers *** Hotel and fulled to find him. Ho committee were appointed to

I The old elevator of the Ogdcnsburg been adopted in the commiteo on the waa held at Marshall Texas, Tuesday. The Southport (N. C.) Leader says: dropped at the billiard-room, but saw map out a line of practical work for the

'. and Lake Champlain Railroad Company, ; whole, were agreed to in tho senato ex; Business houses closed for the day. Five "The cry of haste cannot be justly sustained no one ho knew until he started to go convention and report at the afternoon

.-at .Ogdensburg, N. Y., burned Tuesday cept those on which separate votes thousand people were in attendance.A aginst the farmer in thus organizing out, when a man in a dark corner of tho session : Fo\\le ana Gates, of North Carolina ,

morning, with OOOoo bushels of corn were damnndcd. No other am. Nashville dispatch of Tuesday says: for his own protection. His steady room beckoned to him. lie went over f-Ponelson and Waggoner, of BouthCaroTun

and.Cats. It was well insured. endments having been offered, The Cumberland Presbyterian board of allegiance to party, often in the face of and it was Governor Swirjcford. As tho ; Tillman, of Tennessee; Shelley

The Second National bank, of Bay City, the question was, 'Shall the bill bo engrossed publication has accepted tho resignationof unwise legislation against agricultural interests Governor shook hands lie said: "Your of Alabama.Fleming and.Toombs .
Rev. D. M. Harris, D. D. as editor of is dog has butter than have. He of Florid and Gordon and
Mich., wfcs robbed of $5,400 Wednesday and ordered to a third reading" remarkable. The importance of eyes you ,
On that the Cumberland Pretbyterian. The resignation the Farmers' remembered me,' and when ho saw me of .
by ttirce men who enterea the bank, question the yeas and nays were Alliance crnnot bo lightly Goodyear, Georgia
and, while two of them engaged the taken and resulted: Yeas, 88; nays, 28- was tendered somo weeks ago. passed over. and the political world is playing billiards over here he came over Hon. Mike Brown, of South Carolina,

cashlef in conversation, tho ,third one a party vote. Tho bill was read the A dispatch of Tuesday from Reids- fast seeing the wisdom of catering to it." and caught hold of my trouser leg with introduced the following resolution,

I 'stole the package. third time, and the question was stated vile, N. 0., says: Throughout the en- *** his teeth and pulled at it till I looked which was referred to the committee online
to be "Shall tire tobacco belt tho down, when he rose on his hind feet and of notion
tho bill
A dispatch from Concord N. pass! Mr. Aldrich comes encouragingnews As the season for State and county fairs :
The 'prohibition state convention, H.-si\ys: thereupon moved an adjournment, but of a big crop. Tho farmers have is close at hand, it is urged memo offered me his hand. It is four years Resolved, That a charter bo secured

Tuesday nominated Josiah M. on withdrew that motion so as to allow an for the last few years in this section of bers of the order to secure, wherever upon since I saw him, and his memory good." for a transportation company with a
or Nuhua, for and the follow.) executive: session to be held. On mo- the state made complete failures in this sible, an "Alliance day," and obtain pos a His muter got tho idea of trying to capital $7,000,000, and that the

lng' for congress governor: First, district Rov. tion of Mr. Sherman, it waa ordered that special product. The corn crop is, ns a good Alliance speaker for the occasion. teach him certain words and to make different seaports
:Frank K. Chase, of Doverj; second, district daily sessions of the senate shall begin at rule, good. Through this means the doctrines and tim understand, to a certain extent, his Atlantic coast be invited to subscribe,

,'.Charles U. Thorndyke, of Concord. 11 a. m. After an executive session, the An army of crickets *swept down upon\ principles of tho order can be placed be- conversation.and he The dog learned wonderfully and that the city subscribing tho. largest
senate at 8:10 o'clock now a vocabulary of amount be made the
i : adjourned. the town of Waco, Texas, Tuesday night, toro many of the best farmers of the port
Exports: of from the of about oOO words. Tho
\ specie New other his
"a port The house was called to order Wednesday and business houses, residences, and every country tbat Alliance literature has been day Hon. Gazaway Iartrldg.ot of Savannah -
I ,York during the past week amounted to by Speaker pro tcm. Burrows. Mr. part of tho town was invaded by the pests. unable to reach.-National Ktonomitt. mistress, wanting to go out, found at offered a was' referred -
$03,030, of which $3,620 was gold and O'Ferrell, of Virginia, raised the point The streets were' covered several inches the front door that she had forgotten her to the committee on line of action

$ OO9O silver. All the gold went to that there was no quorum present. The deep by tho insects, and there was much *% pocketbook. :She:\ said to Fidgo: III 1 -that the south Atlantic ports have not

South America, and all the silver to Eu. speaker pro tcm. being unable to count a alarm among the people. After remaining To those statesmen who fear that the want you to go upstairs, go into my room received adequate for the

rope. Imports of specie for the week quorum, Mr. Haugen, of Wisconsin, a few hours the crickets arose and do- sub-treasury plan will enable speculators and bring down my pocketbook, which improvement of appropriation
were $839,024, of which $405.493 was moved a call of the roll. A call was parted. to; secure possession of products and hold Is on tho bureau." Fidge did so. In and calling upon congress to Incre8e harbor appropriations -

gold and,$374,021 silver. ordered-yeas, 88; nays, 44-but failed afternoon warrant issued for a rise, this statement from the Colorado this case no motioning was done, and the with a view to giving those

._ A)heavy, run, was started Tuesday, on to.,.disclose: a quorum, and ho.house, Thursday at Kalfieh, N. 0.,a by United was State. Workman! (Pueblo! ) is referred: "Last doer understood the works. He carried ports deep water and in the general interest -
tho idea
,tno ot. josepn County Havings panic, in wunout approving tno journal or Tues Commissioner fall ana winter the farmers in Kansas of the bedroom, the pocketbook of material
South Bend, Ind., but the bank stood day, at /5 o'clock adjourned.The at Lebanon Purnell.for W. Sellers, sold their corn for nine cents a bushel or and the bureau in his mind at the same The development- to I

the pressure, and at night it was discovered tariff bill was taken up in the scn The postmaster charges agalpst: Sellers; Columbus embezzlement county. burned it for fue'', but most Of the crop time, and also that ho was to go and tee o'clock. adjournd i
that the started ato are was turned over to the bankers In. bring tho pocketbook.
run was by two on Wednesday, the question being on and false returns of cancellation of to pay AFTERNOON !
.young men who had been refused pay. its passage, six hours being allowed to and he tercst on mortgages. To day corn la Not long ago Correspondent Fryo was
meat on a draft because the cashier did close discussion, after which a vote was which stamps,he behind $2,000, most of worth fifty cents a bushel in Kansas. not feeling very well and he gave Fidgo Tho convention reasscmb'cd! at 2:30 I
stole I
not know them and they did not findanyone to be, taken. Speeches were made by from tho proceeds from of the the postal sale of fund, and. Overproduction is a great blessing to the a dime wrapped in a piece of paper and o'clock, and was called to order by Chairman .' !

to identify them. Messrs. Hoar, Hucock, Vest, Vance and stamps.It farmers." told him to take it to a drug store, mentioning Northen. '
The National Institute of Accountants Jones, of Nevada. A rote was then I is now a settled fact that the Richmond .** the name of the store, which was Governor Fowle, chairman of the com
: and Danville shops will be located one where ho and Fidge had often mittcc, mado a report in behalf of the
tn Detroit, an organization for social and taken and the bill was passed. Yeas, 40; Tho resolutions adopted by nearly all
benevolent purposes, will hold its first navs, 29. }Jr, Aldrich moved that the at Charlotte, N. C., and while Burling recent State conventions recommend an lie wrapped a note around the dime, commitUe on plau of business. The report -
ton and other points, where a portion of and Fidge, taking it in his mouth started showed that the resolutions
annual election on November 1st. Renato insist on its amendment to the increase in tho volume of but presented
the works aro now located will suffer currency, out. Ten minutes later by Mr. to the committee
ho Hartridge
Any practical bookkeeper in possession of house bill and ask for a committee are silent as to tho means of getting this returned
much by the removal, it will swell Charlotte's ; with a scidlitz which came and were adopted with such
powder the clerk up
good references and acceptable to the assoclation of conference, tho conference to con additional currency out of tho United
ia eligible to membership. F. sist of seven on each side. Tho motionwas population very materially. The States treasury among the people.. Thereare had given him, and his change for the amendments provided! for an effort to-. .

II, Bolton, Detroit, Michigan, Is secretary agreed to. Messrs. Aldrich, Sherman ground for the site has been purchased, but three methods at present: through dime. Frye often sends him for cigarsto get aid Irom congress, not only for the,;2
of the bureau of information. Allison, Hiscock Mathcrson, Vance and and work on tho main building will commence nationAl banks, national expenditures, or a certain cigar store. Sometimes Mrs. South Atlantic coast but for tho gulf \
( Carlisle were appointed conferees the at once. be Fof will tell Fidge that she believeethismuster coast, also. .
A from on purchase of national bonds. which
The dispatch brakemen and switchmen Findlay, Ohio, say's: part of the senate. Tho senate, at 3:45: The smallpox scare at San Antonio, process is it proposed to distribute By this is at Willard's, and will give hima A resolution of Mr. Mike Brown, of. '
employed Texas, has subsided. The State health note to take to him. Fidge South Carolina, was met with opposition '
much ic
,,00 the Toledo, Columbus and Cincinnati adjourned.After needed :::wasu T It might be wellto goes
'railroad .went out Tuesday on account of prayer in the house, on Thursday, officer states that only four new cases have consider this portion of the system, and straight to the hotel, finds his master and in tho committe room, but the followingset

a disagreement as to This almost Mr. O'Ferrell, of Virginia, made tho point been reported from various parts of the In doing so. the sub-treasury plan is recommended gives him the, note. Fidge also takes of resolutions wero reported instead,
,blockade the freight wage business the of no quorum present. The speaker, State during the past ten days, and that for consideration. the letters to the postoflico. There is a which cover the ground.

llroadi from Toledo to Kenton on The without taking note of the point, stated he now has the disease under complete Iconomiit. little door at ono end of tho delivery Resolved, That this committee recommend

-brakemen demanded raise from, that the question was on ordering the subjection.. There have been no new cases .% window and he pushes one paw against io this convention the creation of acorporation
a previous
$1.75 at Waco in fifteen days. The this and gets insido and holds the to promote direct trade at
question tho quarantine
to,$8.00, and this being refused approving journal of up
J. J.
:work., they quit Tuesday's proceedings, and directed the at Marlin has been raised despite the States Rogers, superintendent for the correspondence which he is carrying in some pqrt on the south Atlantic; coast,(
of North
clerk to call the roll. On ordering tho bitter oppositian of the municipal officers Carolina and Virginia, his mouth to a little old man who is can- and another to promote direct trade-at

while John Dillon, member of parliament, previous question the vote stood yens 87, of that place.NEWSPAPER. writes as follows to the National Economist ceiling stamps there. His master has some gl port, rach company to b
presiding at a national : "Colored Formers' National Aliauoe cap
league nays 44-no quorum-and on .otiou of never lost a letter which he has entrusted $1,000,000, with power
meeting held in Dublin Tuesday, said he Mr. McKinley (amidst democratic ORGANIZATION of Virginia met in the city of to him, and ho has carried columns upon crease to $10,000,000.Resolved .
had taken great pains to inform applause Richmond[ on the 21st and 22d 13 .
himself counties column
; of manuscript for That this committee recomI
), the house at 12 ::33 adjourned. newspaper ,
of the
condition of affairs in Ireland, and The unrolling: clerks of the senate kept SOUTHERN AFTERNOON JOCBNAL8 COMBINE were represented. The meeting was publication to the postofflco. mend to the convention the adoption of
he regretted to siy that his inquiries dur their work on the tariff bill well with FOR BETTER SERVICE. harmonious and enthusiastic for the St. All of the newspaper correspondentsof the following resolution: !
the up '
ing past three weeks have shown, in each day's proceedings of the senate, so Louis[ demands. Colored Farmers' National Washington know Fidge: and I Resolved, That this convention' recommend -
manyI.e5. that the failure of the potato that Thursday morning the long bill Representative afternoon papers in Alliance of North Carolina met in dropped into his office last night and the selection of the of each ;
crop WM more complete than it in was all southern cities the city of Raleigh on tho 224 and had alsnC
1879 A was ready for final comparison before being nearly met at Birming. 23d; a seance with him and his master.. southern state of a twelve,
sent over to tho house. The work of ham, Ala.. Monday and organized the 28! counties represented; perfect harmony A moment later Amos Cummings came and by each organized commercial bodyof

Tha second enumeration of Portland, examining the bill for possible errors Southern Afternoon Press Bureau. The prevailed; St. Louis demands endorsed; in, and for a half aa hour the dog went each city in the south of one from each

and MultnomaU county, Oregon, elves a WM completed shortly after noon, and capital stock was fixed at $10,000, and ub-treasury bill endorsed by strong resolution through various t>erfomunces. HU of such bodies, to meet in Atlanta on the

population of 75,257, a gain of 14,260 during the day was signed by PresidentPro the general offices will be located at New and"support pledged by influence master used no motions whatever. and second Wednesday of January, 1891, to I

over tbe. former enumeration. This reuaeration Tern. Ingall and sent to the house. Orleans. C. E. Gilbert of the D-ilta:: and votes. spoke to him in a conversational tone, perfect the details for the organizationof

wu made under observation The land grant forfeiture report was Tex..11I; l'ald, was elected FrcaidentiJ.; *'. asking him to do this and that just as two companies to promote direct trade

Of.'L.Special'd Agent Land, of the census taken up. The main proposition in the Pinckney Smith of the :New Orleans .The Clod-Hopper,(Kosciusko. Miss.) is !.though_ .L_he_.wero. ,speaking. .to a boy, .and and to perfect a plan for soliciting subscriptions I
YUlCC anll lutbe ngurei are puolwnod first section, is 81 follows-: "That there States: secretary and manager, and J. C. ii vigorous exponent 01 Alliance principles. IUB uug UUUUL-U ucuer man most uoys to the stock of'luchcom..
by authority of tho census bureau. A is hereby forfeited to the United States, Burch, of the Nashville Herald, treasurer. l It says: "The corn and wheat do. He would say without looking up panies.
mil., ratio of gain throughout the state A committee was appointed to make Slates are united the from his in a
and the United States hereby resumes on sub-treasury plan, paper gentle tone "I After some discussion the report was
000 would rive Oregon a population of 375/ ,. title thereto all. lands heretofore with a telegraph company to because our beloved money power has think I hear one of those messenger boys adopted with the amendment of )Lr. ,4

!..ectioa, about what the vote of the June granted to any. state or to handle tho service and with one of the I worked it to so fine a point on them as to out there, Fidge. Go out and drive James B. Huunicutt that each state agricultural -,

indjoated The June cenvus any corporation to aid in the construction regular press associations for an exchange get two-thirds of their earnings. It,is him away." society and each state .
it 300,000. of a railroad opposite to of news. It is expected to have urged here that we would pay more Jor At this the dog jumped to his feet and represented by at the grange next b

and coterminus with the positionof the service in operation in thirty dll1.A meat, corn and flour, but there is no rushed to the door. barking as though vention, and delegt of each

A Theiapeutlo Novelty. any such railroad not now completedand HARD HITTER. greater fallacy. On that score it is just ho was real mad. Frye then asked him state be delegates.In governors

In operation, for the construction or a question this way, do you prefer to pay to go and bring him a paper which lay support of the report, Governor

Som.Eojjlinlj physicians appear tc benefit of which such lands were granted; TilE MAYOR or JACKSOJJ, MISSISSIPPI, DOE the producers of these articles a price in the back of the room, and the dog Fowle made a powerful and ringing

adopt ia their practice the honey found and all such lands are to be declared to NOT BELIEVE M OAMBUXO. regulated by supply and demand, or do brought it. lIe told him to go into the speech, which was well received, ana

In such large
tus trees of Tasmauia, the product of s that this act shall not be construed aa forfeiting A dispatch of Monday from Jackson tribute to the money powers of the country growled, but did it. lIe told then him DU most ardent among agitator of conspicu-

small, black 'iKl bt e peculiar to that the right of way or fetation 1i..., my: The mayor baa been trying after the food products are forced out to open the door and shut the front door, trade movement.
country- The honey is a thick, homo- grounds of any railroad company heretofore I me parties arrested for gambling, th of the hands of their producers On and Fidge did Ibis. lIe told him to sit Mr. Wiia II. Fleming, of .

ceneoos, somewhat tiansparcnt sirupy granted." Mr Morgan opposed tho dIaL one being convicted by a jury. lh i, which side are you' Are you for the up on his hind legs, and Fige, evidently offered following Augt,

liquid, of p dl'fp orange: color, having an report as a log-rolling scheme, gotten up othe's plead guilty, and fines were imposed money or the man!" the appreciating word did thoroughly the meaning of was adopted: wbc .

odor suggcktitt ot once of its containing for the benefit of all land-grant road on BiU Milky for $I'l,0, Bill At- ... asked to ,lie so. The dog was then Resolved, That a committee of five be i

eUt'llllptUJrinl'iplu., is very soluble in Without finishing hU speech, Mr. Morgan .brecht 1200, Josh Richtrd $200, Jo At the recent meeting of the mother out of doors down and roll over, to go appointed by the chair to Investigate
water, in milk and iu wine, but much yielded for a motion to adjourn at 3:80 Simmons $60. In addition to fine and State Alliance in Dallas, the sub-treasury lie down, and to jump uj> in a chair and the subject of obtaining tho charters of
so in. alcohol, and very difficult of o'clock. cobts. ten days imprisonment was ira- together with the St. Louis platform, was of which ho did several without other things, all the corporations to promote direct trade ",

ffrmentatum. la round numbers, 1,000 poepJ, which was suspended during future indorsed and the following resolutions of directions. a tingle. motion a* named in the resolutions already :

parts contain Gil of invert sugar, 2 of -- god behavior regarding the exchange were passed, the ad@td and to make a full there-
ash 815 repor
of.vter and of hOTES.:
; active prin. draft
of the
publication of which
ciples BADLY pertinent by TUB DEAn! OIZU.B. a proposed
nchrfing uceyptoU| The president on Wednesday nomina MIXED. .
eucalyptcne, reason of falsehoods spread broadcast to the convention to be held on the 2d -
teriiine. -vn.il, lOll odorous, retinous tedHenry Sherwood to be postmaster at venal and slanderers by :ud-c.lonel Soanso fc a Tety poUie Wednesday in .
and rolorin:r mutirI; its tate verb I Washington P. a A SCRPLCi OF HC8BAND3 AND WIVES: TOUS Whereat newspapers : man The Janua. 4 i
Reports have been from time appointed on that I
Tukiog a teaspoonful of the The census office on Wednesday, an.uounced to time circulated through the and Ethel-What makes you say tot cmmitt; Messrs. \.. II.

houeyin a little tepid water or milk, the population of Nashville A dispatch from-Paris, Texas otherwise deg ratof1 of our brethren press ip Maud-When he saw you and yom Georgia; Jasper Wilier, of Flmng.Ca

Tenn., to be '78,30, a gain ia ten yean Dixon Erwln was arrettrd in Indiap,Terri sass charge of the Farmers Alliance Exchangeof .sister'which at is the ball lout night" he said lina; Governor Fleming, of Florida;GOT- .,
TR of 32,950.: tory and Texas, and whereas such the younger! instead of croon Fowle of and
rouatl bare have
littla sum of ITSOO baa bn pr brought for trial Tuesday. reports "which is the Kor l'oll. M. ;
Mated by the Salvage Anodation, of. ton- The offer of Secretary Windom to pay It developed in the examining trial that done the brethren of our Order great injustice elder! as other men do. 0 P. Goodyear, .

don and, EujIAAc1( ...reward *or th, ta.v.rr onl. year's interest on i per cent bond be was the husband of three wives, all and injury, and whereas the -Epoch. MJV J. B Oerg. that the .
and men of the service Jutted rendered States by.lMOkr the offlcert TklUPOUM went into effect Wednesday and brought living. Ills third and last wife also hav. cocks of said Exchange have recently STILL TOCSO :.CES WOST TAXZ wA&Ncrtt.Beiow secretary instructed to furnish _

la living th. BrilUh marciuint attcmw a flood of bonds to the subtreasury as lag three other living husband None ol betn again examined by sn expert accountant state agricultural e_ ''.
; zjuab Iron dcctmoUaa during e utera soon as the door were opened. la the the parties had ever teea divorced from and no fraud found; therefore desrecit Marriage-Why so pensive grange association aocff.Id f lt-.,

*a UIo rout of Jlonttvid.eo la JUrch. l.W. first hour over t3,000OCO in bonds were ,the other belt I After ance a copy of the resolution for incorporation <' .

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r /WElRDTlUDEiOP 'this time Pefe'"' Deibler at'the wtne-fthop' : bEL14'" TO'DATU.: \ : : '1I tiiivatrti> N ,, ">6tt ": tlOSYe

keeper calls him, had finished his coffee ," .
'- And cigarette, and-rose to return' his Reasikftble Effect' of the. Bite of aTexas klna he murk An Adventure Wltti Man-Eater. lathe
for his hat after
r wOJm tHB FRENCH family.The. ) Insect, OnlfStrWin. '
think of
. PUBLIC EXECUTIONER. Interviewer wished him un bon" Old stories of the bite of the tarantula you to wander be it Cat Joe Holland Is >one of the te-

tommeiL "Ah I am much in need of it, inducing an uncontrollable desire to the green tree, I erne 01 Lake Worth, Fps, and hem I Is his

lebler, Who'naDb the Nasal a he little replied.before"On these! days work I try but to I sleep findit dance have been recalled to mind by the For I am like latent fishing adventure while on his last
"beginning death of little Maurice Denton, son of slain; and 10 trip from the Bermudas a few weeks ago
Guillotine Talks About So his hat
- impossible. putting on Lemeul Benton a prominent lawyer, The Captain' pet boat is a small sloop,
and his umbrella which he
ii Gha.tJ7'Dulne.*. taking' carries which occurred yesterday, nay a ro- glad she had an and his crew consists of himself and a
In all weathers he left but not be-
Teat deal from time to time hast fore exclaiming with a maliciou, look at cent communication from Texasto [ stalwart mulatto and a pet monkey.; The y
the Time The little latter had been to haul and.
said about tho public executioner: the "Au revoirl"LondonGlobe. Philadelphia taught rope
journalist, [ fellow' had been the ?lawn of /lTAnl (1. do other of that 'kind. 4
ace, but still i more remains to be told. playing on many things
"vas always an interesting personage his father's residence and ran into his ) Alice, observes I When out from the Islands on their last'

tho eyes of the Parisians, and perhaps CENTRAL _AFRICAN COOKERY. mother, complaining that something had the of a brother has trip and in the Gulf Stream they encountered -
is thy his post is so eagerly sought stuck in his bare foot. The member was tho drawing a school of sharks The Captain it

jet., The last time it became vacant DOn Queer, and Palatable Dishes Eaten examined by Mrs. Benton and a small .\ minutes)-Why apl"'aftrlell every way to get rid of his{

than 3,000 aspirants applied for it, Without Much Ceremony red wound, such as a large sized needle the :; no, Tommy unwelcome followers, but of no avail

d when M. Dicblcr retires from thewofession As a rule, only one principal meal is might have punctured, was found, but is you to proposo to While ]proceeding along under easy sail'
the number will no doubt be eaten in Central Africa in the early was accompanied by no swelling and [ the Captain began practising on the'
.H"greater. That there is a weird attraction the evening. It usually, consists partof of but little pain; so, applying a little camp how came you to sharks with hU rifle while Emanuel, the
; about it is proved by the eon fea- roasted or stewed monkeys phor to the place, his mother thought no mulatto, tried his mill with an, old fish
parrot ,
"'Ion* of all those who have lilted it, and alligator1 (also well liked by Euro- more of it.During said if he'd pro harpoon. Tho Captain finally woundedone
e i attraction is furthermore increased by and eggs birds of description. the night however she was right at him, and the whole school turned on il
,' official title of the berth. l'}: ecuteur peans)also have monmbo every aroused by the child's uneasiness and they as its blood began to flow, and a terrible
iHautcsCCuvrvs, which I is hl h.sound. They and fish. A or palm considered chops, complaining, to she took him out of his contraction began near the/ vowel.'
great delicacy, so bed and to her horror discovered that .( :, PART. the confusion Emanuel ttruclc
1 enough to flatter anybody vanity. and natives alike is did ] To add to ,
R by Europeans
,I it be recorded at oO'e. however, that elephant' feet And trunk. These have the entire limb hod turned a purplish I ," began the a big one, too, and Its frantic struggle,
present holder of it bean his honors somewhat the taste of veal. To black. A physician was sent for, but nine [ tones "that you coupled with tho streams of blood which,
Ith commendable modesty, and is not them the natives dig a hole about prepare five before he arrived the boy was in convulsions night and"- flowed from its wounds, soon brought up

ovo being'lntervlewed like any com feet deep in the sand and in It build a of so peculiar a character that the ," interposed the all tho man caters within A mite, a* the "

on mortal. hence I was able to ap- large fire. After the sand is thoroughly doctor at once suspected the presence of } ; "let us go and Captain said. The hugo, ugly creatures ,

ach him after the last execution. heated the fire is removed, leaving only some unusual poison. The spasms ; ii cooler." And plunged around about the 1'euelstrlklng sat
Ir. Deiblcr never courts popularity byaradlng the ashes in the hole. Tho trunk and seemed confined to the limbs, which wereso ; tho concealed, the wounded ones and taking great t
himself in public. :No sooner feet are placed in -this hole and covered violently and continuously convulsedas am.' out of their sides. f' over
.. he done his duty than leaving hisFwlstant with leaves, and afterwards with hot to keep the child dancing up and down, my entreaty forty big sharks were engaged In tho

to take down and clean the.ifnillottne nand. In two hours they are done. throwing its arms wildly and twitching "and permitted scrimmage, and tho commotion was fleck

ho withdraws from the prison All carcasses of animals which are to :, its fingers these painful contortions last- s, Maud, is tho rible.
|ly a back door, and repairs, unperceived be cooked are placed on a block of wood cdlntil the little fellow sank exhausted world to forget. Tho Captain and Emanuel both fear
,a small wino shop in the Hue Folie- and pounded until bone is broken nnd unconscious in which state he remained on my lips ed that this would do them' damage,.as

'a whero'he takes a plate of soup care being taken not every to tear or bruise the, all the next day, dying in the I have come every once in a while a resounding thudon

ore going home to his family. His skin. They are then boiled or roastedin evening.The ; question. Will the boat's bottom would show 'that
ro aids having carefully packed up les an wood tire or in hot sand or body was perfectly! livid, with tho ravenous creatures cared little for
sis da justice and deposited them in abed ashes,open without removing the hide or great spots of discoloration nearly black 1 to be any cooler such a vessel as theirs. AU of a *udfl.n

set apart for the purposo.also repair feathers. The cooking is of a very inferior on the limbs and stomach while a pecul )<' : the lovely a big fifteen-foot wounded shark rose*J\
'to i the sumo wine shop and the three together grade the only spices used being far fungus growth made its appearance and and she led the short distance off with another.loublehis
compare notes as to the way in salt and The kitchen utensils between the parted lips. The physicians [ to the corner size, in pursuit. lIe rushed on 'andin
j'which the condemned prisoner underwent consist of pepper.common earthen or woodenware. wore much puzzled to account for the raph was work. a jiffy had sprung right Into the boat, .

''us punishment and was put out of the Very little time is taken for Betting case, as the limb was so swollen as to tender you saying, and tho other followed. It is hard,to II
torld. M. Deibler then calls for a cup or decorating the table knives any examination of the wound impossible [ say who was tho ,moat surprised, the ,<
t>f. coffee and petit verre, and, rolling upi forks and napkins are dispensed with. but old settler say that from ever sharks or the Captain and his crew, The ?
'cigarette, proceeds to chat with the Africans have several vegetables well i i the description of it and the convulsions !: monkey flew up the mast chattering with. r'

PcustoTners, who'are anxious to learn allfabput liked by Europeans. N'gutti-n'secgo Is.. produced, that it was undoubtedlycaused fright while Kmanuel ought safety on
the last moments of the departed a dish eaten all over Africa. It consistsof I by the bite of a tarantula. These for [ !I" tho bowsprit, and tho Captain jumpedinto
I criminal. plant, small fish somewhat like I dreadful creatures have grown very rare Bif tho cabin. The two big fish floun-!
This is the moment to observe him. cur egg sardine and the roots of the cassava in these parts so they were not at first dcrcd around in tho boat, the side being

', He is .a man who looks much younger or manioca plant (called d'gutti), which thought of in connection with the cose.Zadian just high enough to prevent their getting '
'than ho la-a fact which shows that his! have, knotty and often weigh over ngain.! Tho boat rocked to and fro
does not heavi- appearance : Canoe hs frightfully the sharks kicked
lugubrious calling weigh as much as twenty pounds. I DuUding."W11Ile on as huge
[ ly on his mind. He is on the road to 0", As the latter contains the : 11't about, and Capt. Joe sate ho expectedto si
j but nobody would think him to be mo 0 manioca soaked in water for three or visiting one of the mall towns go to Davy Jones'locker at any mo
Is of rather small statu i Sound raid .T. H. Mallctt [ York Journal. Tho shark both with their'
|than 40. He :e, four days to extract the poisonous sub along Puget work ment. lay
.K thick set and muscular in spito of an iuvHrmity stance. It is then cut and sliced and i of Helena, I was greatly interested in TITLE. heads toward tho bow and their tail
from which he suffers. lIe dres- small tomatoes added. All is tho way the Indians built their canoe \ near tho cabin door.
,' linen and placedin It is wonderful how these aborigines ? Of course 1 after whllo the
see in black with immaculate a vessel with water and oraaonca with really [ Venturing forth a Cap.
his whole up would be most appropriate salt and and boiled. Moambo can, with the crudest means: and old peach crop. Into seized tho axo and standing near

: \but, for a heavy gold chain and big or, as the pepper Europeans call it, palm chops,, with a few days' work, convert an unwieldy ( but luckless the door, he brought, it ( th nil Ifback ;{
breast pin. At first sight his face has a is also a favorite dish. The palm nuts log into a trim and pretty canoe. now title? ,I his strength upon the tail of the l>lg.fellow
.: savage air about it but when you examR are first boiled in water until the One Monday morning I saw a buck are' inch a per The cfftct was eloctrlcnl. Up went P
ine him closely he 1 improves, and be then substance loosens from the pit, then pulpy the building a fire at the base of a largo cedar [ News. the ilukes with a tremendous whisk, and,

appears to you in the light of a typical shell, which contains a very delicious 6il, tree, and he told mo that this was tho "you while the axe went out to sea a dozen
} bon homme. Ills eyes are soft and at Is placed in a wooden mortar and crushedto first step in tho construction of a canoe loves his wife rods, the Captlan was whirled backwardInto
times roguish. He is fond of his joke obtain the oil. Whatever the meal that ho intended to use upon tho follow. It the ocean, just catching the rudder

but his laugh has a strange ring about it, consists of, meat fish, mussels is put in ing Saturday. He kept tho fire burning l he wears neck. post ai ho fell. Emanuel ought**that
and gives a kind of unnatural expression a vessel, adding the oil and the pulpy merrily all that day and far into tho night, : for him I"-:New tho Captain had gone for good, 'and
,to his countenance. part of the palm nut, also red and when a wind came up and completed tho ing ho halloed outright' in his :)fright.
One odd feature is a small rough tuft salt, and is boiled. Roast pepper or boiled downfall of the monarch of the forest. faro [ Tho Captain' voice, somewhat chokedwith
of beard or burbiche, into which a few is The next day tho man arose betimes,and seawater, reassured him and.tho'
eaten withit.
squash (locnge) generally
wbite hairs have and which clashes borrowing cross-cutsnw from playing with? fellow down.the aide
crept Sweet potatoes (m'balla bcnga) are a a logger bravo ran nimbly (
with his otherwise gentle mien. His farinaceous and sweeter than cut tho trunk of the tree in twain at a of the boat jumping over one .of. tho,
more ours
voice too, is peculiar. Sometimes it is but do not taste so good. They are, I I point some fifteen feet from where it had I Take it awn, sharks, and, on reaching the tern,, ,.help}
harsh; at others caressing. He talks : boiled or roasted. broken off, and then with a dull hatchethe might get it in ed the Captain up from his perilous pos
slowly, and timidly as if he were afraid : hacked away until tho log had assumed it Norristown ition.'
Bananas (bitacbe) weigh about half a '1 T'R 1 !
of compromising himself. To sum up ho I each and arc about 15 inches long. the shape of the desired canoe. After the skipper bad recovered they s
v is a curious character a mixture of the I When half ripe they are cut in slices and In this work he was helped by his squaw. not" I PATIENT.:: started for the sharks again. With tho
tender hearted father of a family and the I boiled in water with salt and The old fellow then built a firo on the York [ to euro adze and tho title active warfare was r-
inexorable messenger of death, a man N'eensi is a little red bean, which is upper part of the log, guiding the course I ? begun. Blow after blow was landed on
who bus two lives-his- home and the boiled in water without salt or pepper of the fire with daubs of clay, and in due I I never fail tho wile of the plunging mou-
guillotine. and is freely eaten. For peanut bread course of time the interior of the canoe followed. stern, they thrashed about In the
"So you wish to know how Vodablo (chisulu) the peanuts are first roasted and had been burned out. Half a day's work took medi most lively manner, the little boat creak. behaved himself began M. Deiblcr. then crushed. This mass is then rolled with the hatchet rendered the inside sang to I an your hour after In every timber from the hock.

"Well, very well indeed. I should like and put into the skin of a banana, add. smooth and shopely. ? [ Finally Jocko came running down the- '
to ,have such men always. lIe was one ing a littlo forming it into a The canoe was now, I thought, complete ton not shroud to take a hand in tho fight. He
of the pluckiest I ever had to operate on. I body. It readily pressure retains this shape from though it appeared to be dangerously take It for two picked up belaying pin, and creepingup
bore the last second in the i of beam.- This the Indian
up to most the pressure of the oily substance in the narrow [ to one of tho shark brought it down
heroic style. Vity his courage was spent peanut.-New York World. soon remedied. lIe filled tho shell two- with stunning effect on the man cater'
in crime." thirds full of water, and into tho fluid he head. The hugo flab jumped at It with

"What about Prauzinlf lIe was thevery Pay of Naval Officer dropped half a dozen stones that had not- i l fs that Mr. St. wide open mouth, but the nimble moo

reverse. The papers said he died been heating- in the fire for nearly a day. ]. ; 1 n,1..1./S..Hit., 1r..v Itimmul out nf the toriv"' mill came ,
bravely but that was not true. He trem The pay of officers of the United Tho water at once attained a boiling rent ; ( \ ) with another blow; Notwltlutand-* 4

bled all the time, and when he reachedthe States is as follows : Admiral, $13,000. point, and so softened the wood that the : ? [ ,he told mu ho Ing their serious predicament the Captain -
guillotine he nearly fainted away. Vice-admiral at sea, $9,000; shore duty, Luck and squaw were enabledto, draw you and his ally could hardly k.eepfrom ,
N Altogether he was a sorry fellow." Evidently $3,000; leave on waiting orders $0,000. out the sides and thus supply the necessary laughing at the spectacle But thy most '

M. Deibler admires criminals who Hear admiral, at sea, $0,000; shore breadth of beam. Thwarts and slat )fr /oiton* part af tho fight wo overhandtho
s do not show' the white feather; this to $5,000; leave $4,000. Commodore at were then placed in tho canoe and tho lnr- ( )-I don't be vicious looking sea tiger lay gasping'

1 him, is their crowning sin. Questionedas sea, $3,000; shore $1,000; leave $3,000. water and stones thrown out. When the mu after all, my out their live a* the moo rained: Mow #

to a female convict on whom he will Captain at sea, $4,500; shore, $3,500, steamed wood began to cool and con ) jokes. upon them. .'*'* /;.
shortly have exercise. his skill in the leave, 2800. Commander at sea, $3,- tract the thwarts held it back, and the other )-Oh, yes, they All this while tho monster out; tide a
provinces, he said; "I am fond of traveling 000; shore, $3,000; leave $3,300. Lieu sides held the thwarts; aud there the at them after kept up their warfare on each other; and j

; it relieves my mind and strengthens tenant commander first four years after canoe was, complete.without a nail, joint, Burlington Fro tho sea wa bloud-colored for a cpniider'
me to work: but I don't like to have date of commission, at sea, $2,800; or crevice, for it was made of one piece able distance. Over a doKeubodtoflouted I

any thing to do with women. It is a shore $2,400; leave $2,000. Lieutenants of wood. The Siwash did not completeit : to the surface, some ..b Beaten

disagreeable task. They cry so much during the first five years after date as soon a* he had promised, but it only .' and others with many gaping! woumjt ia
kick up such a noise and give themselves of commission, at sea, $2,400; shore, took him eight daYI.-Sl'okane[ Fall fellow' that Jen- their ijde Tii" two on the dock, were

such airs By the way I don't like you $3,000; leave, 1600. Ensigns, first Hcview, ,_ finally killed mid they were tjlrowp,
journalist; you are not always;) reason five years after date of commission, at ) a getting overboard Tha deck was slippery froiu 4
bill I
able."For sea, 1.200i."lIore, $1,000; leave $SriO. Queer ]Jellet << year." He' their blood, rnil I a* Emanuel stood by the
example, where you say I am too Midshipmen, after graduation, at tea, grow. -Once a gunwale! I' Nut 'I'm lurch threw him over,
long about my job whereas, in reality. I $1,000; shoreSOO; leave $000. )Mates The Fijian cannibal' emotions have rest [ A hotcm cr,, and in he went right among

do all I can to get through it speedily. at sea, $!l00; shore, $700; leave, $500. reference for the greater part to food. lIe Did the kiuirks, now furious with.tbolr bloody
But I cannot risk losing my place to Fleet surgeons, fleet paymaster and fleet worship the god Matawaloo, who haseight fount. The Cuptaln( rushed up sad threwa

please you Supposing I failed, and engineers $4,400; medical directors stomachs and I Is always eating. ") Drew' rope, but Emanuel was nowhere to be
made a mess of the execution, it would medical inspectors pay directors, pay The Tongan: have a very curious dogma : man I ( seen, Soon a commotion! was observed
create a scandal at once. I am not always inspectors and chief engineer, at sea, to account for a day and night being:; again he visit was up in some twenty feet away, and .hi* head ;J
sure of my assistants. I am obligedto $4,400; chaplains fast five years after twenty-four hours long. It used to be tome emerged, suddenly from tbov/aterandho'' -
watch them. When they have laid date of commission at sea, $3,500; shore, Ice; the sun used to go down too quick. } hud upon shot up In sight riding ..trld one of th,'
cold the
the condemned man on the sliding board $3,000; leave, $1,600. So one day a man caught it with 4 noose, my sharks t A

I arrange: his position in my turn, audit There are a great many minor officersnot and it had to go slower thereafter.The son.of and proponed Emanuel Will blue with fright.*but he
is not till I see that he is all right that I here enumerated but to mention all ancient Peruvians believed that \ sweep jabbed his queer steed,wlthkla big knife
let the knife drop. It is a serious affair, hands would fill a column. The principal the un once came down to the earth and is no ) a stick. The that he always had In his belt! ,\:sad tho
you know, and I am bound to take pre rulers of the navy are, however, indicated. laid two eggs and then went back again. of was I vicious monster plunged forward; fortunately
cautions to avoid mishaps. I hope you .-[Brooklyn Citizen.Improvements From these two eggs men sprung. and-- carrying him noa/er'tbo: boat.
bushel i
and do The American Indians had a dogma ::, a *
will remember this in future me Becoming from hi .ttonl hmcnt, the
justice." Having delivered himself of in Dentlatr)'. that the un wa the one supreme god, happy [ Captain flung forward another 'tope,
be off
this mild rebuke, he returned to the im and tho moon wo his wife. One tribe wept which, fortunately, Emanbet'eaught.

mediate subject of the interview.' "I do There have been many improvement inhabiting a fearfully hot district worshipped liisiag up on the Ibark'. back;'I.Emolluel

not, as some people imagine, see the prisoner In dentistry within the pat quarter of a the moon alone, saying that they In wheat I took the ropo with a firm grip bnd jump.
when he is woke up for the lost time century. Dentistry ha kept abreast of had no use for the sun. should ed for the boat Severs! of iba'tonstsrsplunged ,
tho other professions. Improved den In tbo days of Columbus scientific dog. And of a flour
by the authorities. I wait in the adjoin. at him a* be fell among them,
ing cell which is called the salle de toilette tistry I do not think date back farther mas.asserted If a ship should reach In- Thu but by some strange good luck taejf'ml**

I am not curious to eee him. If I than twenty-five years. From the time dlt ho would never get back again, because Before ed him and the Captain hauled.hirn.onboard
of the of the rubber dam about the rotundity of tbo point I cannot ..
were not in the profession I should never discovery globe would In one shark just :o4t bit
,.dream of going out of my way to witnessexecuUon twenty-five year ago dentistry has made present a kind of mountain, up which it old man "If of his heel a, he wo hauls<< over t.Ide.
great stride This dam is used to would bo impossible to sail even with or a preacher I
.an\ for it is not a pleasant sight put Thi decided the Captain on the
by any means. over the teeth to keep them dry. Formerly the most favorable wind.-[Chatter sweep the shark question, and they tried by mean
but if
When he first began to operate he felt dentist used napkins for this purpose the edge, hU I of weep, etc., to get out of thi&d-;.Jger- r
and the dental operator had to To Supplant Steam EngineA pasture
i trifle uneasy but ha got quite accusi I ous neighborhood. fievemlhoun'Ater a
in his
tomed to it, and thinks no more of it stand over the patient all the time to } pig breeze prune up and wafted t1 h*.-.l*at
.than ol smoking his cigarette. He has prevent an overflow of the saliva Now team launch containing quadruple I should} use away from the crowd of sltarkas Jhai kept
by the use of a rubber dam he can standby expansion gas or vapor has just been experimented a little to
I now taken part, either as chief or assistant up their fight a* for a* could observed,
executioner, in 300 (.1UCa. He meditate the patient or go. off and leave him upon. The gas i* uppoed{ The __ by .the Captain {3fy4Ctpt.
for a time. In the day of primitive to be generated by evaporating oil in a '
retiring on hu pension, but cot yet Walt. Holland says thUsWM' the wont
closed in
there was little done than retort much the aine as
dentistry more way
'When one ho children, he remarked, : ; be ever bad sjthtthese lea
teeth filling cavities with amalgam team i is raised in a boiler Several oil, VUT lighters .
V>ne is in duty bound to make position pulling deliver and he bopod it.wpuld be tho
for them.. But for that I should retire and inserting teeth on wooden however, are mixed together, and the This > a after pair lint. The tide of hi* bpat *how plainly
exact combination i fa a quarter
-to-morrow. I whoever be pivot The decayed tooth wa sawed kept secret. The where
hope, may my he ha skin treat piece .werejl/lttea out
successor, thAt he will be a* attentive a* off a hole was bored in the pulpy center gas, after parsing from the generator, is house.a The the shark, and the R.::tf-cl their tai
I have been toward the criminals placed and a tooth with a wooden pivot on it used in the cylinder, and after doing at 8 1 done here blow on the decking"arOtllf plainly to
final would be attached to the old root. That the work there i* returned to the boiler by a bee f
in my charge. to undergo their expiation and consumed fuel the order, and will n.-(JBt, Louis q Aetnocrst.
.' At this moment a man entered pivot idea i* seventy-fire yean old. Overa as being condensed, unlcii
and saluted M. Deibler. "I century ago the barber extracted the however on its way to the fire-box. *, they BlIIQla..k' la
ay, young A.d some 'rtabt, 1ItG. Da laving oao
The launch U
j fellow.." saidthe executioner to him teeth; either that, or the dentists did aid to be sixteen feet deliver par. evlabw194o. ,h .,::
and it is girt": a pair
long claimed
the shaving. YOU take choice. the engine
most look after the zinc pail there may your
I* ; '.What did they do in the of Abraham will develop about twelve-bone power, early in the Daron Lirblff tile 0fnitm ':"' ice, ",.
.i "a hole in it and you must get itended. days like .
that sinus
act such IM mach .
and Isaac and ask which would be sufficent to propel the do to l01I .141I7 v> tl pointofatiibhikair
This wa the pail into which you .
"OD\&lIIII" racea.autritivaeoast4tu.at.
i head of the executed offender fall a* I suppose that they all had to grin and boat at a rate of six to Un milea an hour. a rew.-fifty cent Id. .as .liht plate o.. Uw Last t.,

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of witness Frank Renaker, .T. VT. MaW
To the Honorable Board X F. Lewis J. D.
the bank E. C. Miller
be country ,
large our paper, but it has not yet that power of Bre- witness J. F. Lewis
THE EAST COAST ADYOCATE. 4- County Commissioners, Crabb; J. A. Miller ,
merchant or great corpora
hand. Politics and wealthy
j. come to liquor J. D. Crabb; Wm. Gibson, witness JD.
petitions have loaded us down to ation like the New York Central, vard County, State of Florida: Crabb John J. Daly! Eugene White, his

A WEEKLY: : JOnI AL DEVOTED: TO TUB: t>T.\T.lf exception to J. I). Crabb, Jas. SIvertoothj -
the water's edge, but we hope to is an extrl'mel1rare X mark, witness
or-EMEST: : or THE: ISDIAK RIVER: AHD Stanley witness Jas. Sil-
week. the general rule. ; Steve
LA KB WORTH eaCTtOVLf : have more room next S. J. Norton, witness
", The combination referred to by D. CRABB & CO., of Titusville, vertooth, J. D. ;
J. D. Crabb; t*. C.
do hereby J. R. Watson,
;. Office: Washington Avenue, Titusville, MABLON GORE, editor of the old Senator Call has a parallel in almost J. Brevard county apply ,to Florida your,Honorable II. Collins, witness J. D. Crabb, Robt.

.r Indian River, Florida. reliable "Orange County Reporter," every center where businessis Body respectfully, and ask that a, permit be given, Burnett; Hugh Boyd, witness C II Walton -

done ; and what a power It must to sell Intoxicating J. D. Crabb.
of the and
and the
r worthy president
y wines .
evil. The "Almighty liquors and beers in Election
for good or ,
runusriED EVERT FnJDAY.t State Press Association has these
t' dollar," backed by the mould where District Two (2)) or Precinct, in said Bre Florida Hotel fled Book and
candid hfs breth
words to to
say and it vard county.We State Guide.
Entered. at tile TltnxTllle rontofftce M Second- who have below the public opinion is cast ; yet ,
ren stooped being: a majority complete thorough and
Clam Mall Matter. be otherwise for the the undersigned, The most ,
line of honor and fairness in their could hardly of the registered voters of Election Dis- handsomely: gotten up publication ever
luckless white, who owns his own No. Two(2) of Brevard for the State. <-
\,\ TERMS Invariably Advance abuse of Senator Call. The para trict, or Precinct, attempted
sentiments soul and thinks his own thoughts, county, Florida, do respectfully concurIn This work Is now being compiled, and
!. \ By, Check, Foitnl Order, or One and Two Cent graph voices our own is too trl'qul'ntly'labelled demagogue the above application, and ask that is entirely out of the line of publications
7,:",, I'ustageltamps. exactly. the and right be granted: issued heretofore and claiming to be .
;". One Tear,....................................>$1.50 "The Times-Union explodes the claim or crank, and he soon succumbs W.permit II. Morton, witness A: X. Miller, The bulk of matter never pub-

/ Blx Months,............,.....................1.00 Senator Call is not a resident or tax to the storm of oposition he Silvertooth A. X. Millerwitness W. II. guides lished before. 300 pages, convenient

tiL' Three Months................................. MBlngle Jhat payer In Florida. He has been a registered creates by diverging from the beaten Morton, Silvertooth; ; .1.D-Davlll, witness size, small clear type, Morocco binding,
J. D. Crabb E. L' Stanley and the only work
a yyAddre rrepafd voter In Duval county for rniuiy track and goes to his fate, John Q. HiiRinn, ; published annually,
Sent to In 17. 8. or Canada, years and Is as much entitled to vote as which usually takes the form at asheriffs witness J. D, Crabb, Jas. Silvei'tooth; giving a complete list of hotels, lines of

',t.r/, any other resident of that county, If ho "unhonored and M. B. Bunnell, witness Wm. K. Wood, travel postoflices, industries, counties
r pays his poll tax as other voters are sale, un.8ung"another .1. D. Crabb; S. R. Anderson, witness and officers, State officers and courts '
!!\ ; Edltor:1...... ........ WALTER 8. GRAHAM.
,, required to do. It is unfortunate that victim to the jug Henry Titus, Jas. Silvertooth; Archie State military divisions, companies

'j Associate-Editor. Manager,...C. If.W ALTOf. little squibs of this sort must be fired at gernauts of civilizationmoneyand Lindsay, witnqss A. Paine,Silvertooth; officers, churches, societies, schools and

:!I a man who becomes an aspirant for monopoly. George Williams, witness Jas. SilvertoothJ. institutions of every kind. Ready for

'J political honors. The Senator has: len W. Mahan_ ,;_C._ W. Christian, witnessJ. delivery October 1, 1800. Orders, receivednow.
We do not hold onrnelves for the N'-u
opinions of our corresjionilentii responsible, but we claim charged with being a pauper, a knave D. Crabb, T. J. U'Hl1en; jas. Silvertooth Price by mail, 5oc:: post paui.
!. the right to reject any communication. And a fool since this agitation be an. Melbourne. witness J. D. Crabb, J.W. Rogers; Address, "Hotel Red Book andState

Communications for publication mnet to written The \\holndulge in theMe squibs<< .C. (1. Gardner witness C. A. G U'\lner, Guide," box 202, St. Augustine, Fla.
: plainly on one slue of the paper only, and- forget that In thus defaming (Sinator J. I).' Cra1; Andrew Ellenwood, his X .

J"' :, should. In every cane, to accompanied l.y the Call. they bring discredit upon the pcc- mark, witness P. J. Hall, J. 1) Crabb;
,(, .y writer's name and address, not necessarily for pie of Florida who have twice elevatedhim The predicted storm laM not arrived )'et. Henry lJal' well, his K mark, witness INDIAN RIYER STEAMBOAT CO.
publication, but aa a guarantee of good faith.
.. (. to the United States ucnate. The Fine showers are causing trees and plants to Thos. McXulty, J. W. Mahan J Thos -

; Reporter Is not advocating Senator Call's grow rapidly.Orapcs lcSulty,'witnellll J. W. Mahan, .1. D. DErAIftTKK & AKIHVAI OF 8TKAMEKS.

s s t.,: ADVERTISING KATES! claims with any marked ,vehemence; pears limes;lemons, guards, bananas Crabb; Andrew Gibson, witness Simcn Steamers leave Titusville daily except
'\ Tr.a YEAR. but It detests dirt in any kind of a can- and pinoftpplas,leave ufvn in market (lie past Hardy, J. I). Crabb; M. E. English witness Sunday atG10a. m arriving at Melbourneat r-

f V..: One Inch.210.00 vas." week. W. B. Spiers, W. II. Morton; J. W. 1 p. m. Returning leave Melbourne at

.:"' Two Inch.v............ 11.00/ On the place of Mr. My: can to seen a old remarkable and Jones, witness W. B. Spicrfc, w. II. Morton 1 p.m., arriving at Titusville about 030

i Three Inc.h,...................... 20.00 Voter, Do Your Du tJ. some growth will probably of lemon bear buds fruit only next a)year'ear. ; F. A. Loslcy, witness E. W. Holmes, p. m. ,

'. Fonrlnch,...............'........ 25.00/ inlld J. F. Lewis; Frank Renakcr. witness JF. Melbourne Mondays Wednesday
The ,e'ou.lh1eetllll of the Ladlex1 wan Leave ,
Five Inch, or Quarter Col........ 30.00 his held at tIe residence!of Mrs. C. II. Stewart last Lewis, E. W. Holmes; J. F. Lewis, ami Fridays at 1 p. m. arriving at Jupiter :
.. IlalfColiuun..................... MOO THE voter who deposits !! vote Friday afternoon. A good number were present. witness J. D. Crabb, E. w. Holmes; W at 8 next morning. Returning I
a. m.
WhoiaColmmn..100.00 in favor of A. A. Stewart, for clerk A second attempt to find the lost well at Melbourne E. Futch, witness J. F. Lewrs, Frank leave Jupiter Tuesdays, Thursdays and .
a. of the Circuit Court will doJis beach has resulted In failure. poring to Renaker; Brock Revels, bill X mark, witness ;l
For Six Months, divide the yearly rate by two Saturdays at 12 noon, arriving at Mel m
failed show
a depth of nearly forty feet to any J. F. Lewis, Frank Renaker; John
and .
add 10 cent.
,: per plain duty-no more. The man traces of the vanished casing., Myers, witness J. F. Lewis, Frank Rena bourne at 7 a. m. next morning.The r

t h' For Three Months, divide the yearly rate liy who takes advantage of a technicality Mr. C.J. Hector has made treat Improvements ker Pendleton his X mark, witness St. Lucie leaves Titusville about :
four, and add 20 per cent. In the appearance of his Island Irnlterty. The ; Henry i
J-,: which made it necessary for tangerine grove plot has hem raked and lined Frank Renaker, J. D. Crabb; W. ](. 0:)0 Monday mornings, calling at Rock- :
< local Advertisement. Ten Line until It Has smooth an'1 clean as a floor. We Harris, witness E. Schultz, J.D. Crabb; ledge and}Ielhourne on the direct run, I
t Each Insertion. his official to come before
worthy will to ( with Porto Klco
nnilenunil planted J. D. her return trip Saturdays I
Harris to
E. Schultz, witness w. II. Jupiter;on ,
if" raid Reading Matter not In "I-ocal Xewi" the at this time-will bear *. Mr. Hector obtained remarkable results
people Iron, his Inland crop before the freeze of'xe, Crabb; Henry T. Titus, witness J. D. she conies right through to Titusville, :
'z; columns, rive Cents Per Line Each Insertion. To deprive him of his which killed time and witness here about 7 Sunday. *
watching. plants discouraged' co Crabb, W. B. Spiers; L. A. Brady, arriving a. m. I
1 jtL Legal Advertisements at Legal Rates.AH unexpired term would be to breakan many growers on the west shore. J. I). Crabb, J. E. Bowman; A. II. W. B. WATSON, Supt. i
1IIe..l'\I. R. W. Andrews andj. F. Herein have ii
f ,"'. the above rates are for one edition per implied promise. The regular removed from Mr. Branch's seaside cottage to Curry, witness J. D. Crabb, W. }C. Walker i

_k. ('apt. }'ox'. rexldence,at Melbourne beach. The ; W, M. Walker, witness A. U. Curry, .
Bills collected monthly. nominee of the convention of two lone walk across the peninsula wan very tiringto J. D. Crabb; Henry II. Dreyer, witnessJ. An Ordinance f fI
i Check etc., may be made payable to "Graham years' ago has two years more to hence one the In such change poor to health Mellioiirne an Mr."corb.Andrews where; D. Crabb, C. II. Walton; J. W. Rogers I PlSOVIDIXO FOB THE CLO8IXQ OF LIQUOR I'I'I

I:'(< & Walton." serve. So said the people at the there IK more society, and where the ear affords witness J. D. Crabb, John Myers; I, SALOONS Duiuxo CERTAIN Horns.

.,. pole at that time. Amdrewe'rapid transit from river to wean. ;Mr. C. A. Gardner, witness J. D. Crabb, it Ordained by the Town Council a I
health has Improved since taking BE
.1" ". up his residence by the sea. John Myers; John )I. Dixon, witness of the town of Titusville, I

c ,,..: Address all communications to An Imitation was Issued to part of the business J. I). Crabb; Benjamin R. Wilson; That it shall bo unlawful for any sal-
,',V', men of this place to attend a meeting the Benj. R. Wilson, witness J. D. Crabb, oon where intoxicating liquors are soldin t
\ h; EAST COAST ADVOCATE, A Kind Word. "News" office lost Thursday evening to consider I John M. Dixon, S. A. Belcher, witness J. said town, to do business between .
form stock without
:-t, TITCRYILLE, FLODIDA.Hi .......proposition."._. _.....................to....emen0 in coounano company]. or LObu y D. Crabb. B. F. Collier: James E. Bowman midnlcrht and 4:30 o'clock B. m. on 'any r
.l, ". r.o. Box 2SJ. Colonel Merrill, 'the bigheartededitor the entire Qatar or to guarantee almnus witness J. 1). Crabb, II. F. Atkinson day of tho week exc.eptSunday; and thatit I
., of(Son for the continuance of the paper another ; II. Atkinson, witness L. A. Brady shall be unlawful for any such saloon
., of the Jacksonville "Stand Neither was favora..IYJ''rrh'e.1anll
... year.the paper proposition will!I we hear be removed tmJnno John Myers; J. P. [Blake; witnessII. tQ do any business between twelve
,: A. M.Indian ard, -which, by-the-wnj, is rapidly w'hCTe'e are told some Inducements hare been B. Hersey, J. P. Blake; II. B.Hersey, (12)[ )) o'clock Saturday night and Mondayat

";, I acquiring popular favor and under.,. Another an entirely newspaper different will management likely lie started ,and- witness John Myers, J. W. Mahan;' half-past four (4:80)) a. m. .

..; ,_ River Lodge No. 00, Free and patronage throughout the State- we think w ill meet with success. John Q. Huglns, his X mark, witness Any person acting as the proprietor or

\ Accepted :Masons, hold their meetings has the following kind words to Spreading! adder are generally regarded as P. Carlson, V. Gailer; Valentine (Sailer; manager of, or having charge of such ,
on the FRIDAY on or before Full Moon, say harmless, though possess lnJrt1le triangular headof witness J. W. Mahon, E. DeCourcy; E. saloon, shall upon being convicted, of

m I' at I'M p. m., in Masonlo Hall, in the Indian of the ADVOCATE and of our sec day a Mr.poisonous and Mr snake*, Bate and were fang taking also.a walk Last,when Hun- DeCourcy, w'itness J. W. Mahan, J. 1) violating the provisions of this ordinance,

River State Bank building Titus- tion and people : a very large one was discovered In the bushes Crabb; W. 'F. Hutch, witness W. II. Ie l fined not exceeding twenty-five dollars

ville. The EAST COAST ADVOCATE Tltusvillo near the ,path. Mr. E. cut a stout oak stick for Morton, A. X. Miller; Thomas Mitchell for each offence.'
t invited his benefit,and as It had It to John Waller P. M. Fisher 1'. M.Fisher This ordinance shall become
; Visiting brethren are cordially Walter S. Graham, editor; C. II. Walton, see If It would strike. The reptile wan furious ; operativeupon
t to attend. business manager; Is a marvel of a five- and finally struck iw own body. Almost Instantly witness John Waller, Tholl. litchell; W. being signed by the Mayor, and
: ;? S. II. RAT, Secretary. column, eight page weekly. Its editorials convolutions it uncoiled Itself writhed In tortuous R. Knox, witness A. X. Miller It. A. after it shall have been published for five
for a few moments and within live '
y JOSEPH W. M. like its illustrated Bobbltt; Howell Titus, witness A. X. weeks.
MENPELL, head-pl.ite, minutes was as dead aa a stone. A short time
shows exceptional originality. The ADVOCATE ago! a young chicken struck by one of them,fell i }Miller J. W. Mahan; R. A. Bobbltt, witness Done and ordered In open Council this .
l' : reports a "boom" for the Indian dead before It could run six feet. Moral: Don't : J. D. Crabb, W. R. Knox; Lewis 14th day of August, A. D. 1800.
fool with of them for he
river country. Many letters from other pent and blteth one like time- atlngeth like a Mr- Wldeman, witness J. D. Crabb, J. W. WALTER S. GRAHAM,

,M f Ii' points of Florida and from abroad are re- Your Palm Beach correspondent laM ,,week Mahan; M. W. Lichty, witnes Thos. McXulty Chairman pro. tem.

i ( ceived daily, making inquiries of the hit the bull's eye, in the Coast Canal Company Thos. Mitchell; Max Ludwig:; von Approved this 14th day of. August.

: country's advantages. It Is, Indeed a : business.will If be It made Is deemed into Lake nnlikelv Worth that with an entrance Koppelow, witness C. II. Hunter, J. D. A. D. 1800. '

: veritable Eden-a splendid section, natural waterway greater part of the .0betance Crabb; F. II. Boye, witness J. P. Blake, 2-5t. BENJ. R. WII.RON, Mayor.
f adapted to the splendid men and women that could to straightened: and deepened, how J. W. Mahan; J. R. Watson, witness J.
tI who people it. much more unlikely It l> that a channel will to D. Crabb, R. Richards; Geo. Barnwel),
opened through seven miles of high pine country .
besides the low hind between Halifax an.IlIflltanaa. witness Jas. Silvertooth, John J. Daly;;
.? The withdrawal of these land from John J. Daly, witness Geo. Barnwill, J. EDEN .
The Campaign Liar.We the market the uncertainty of price and of obtaining D. Crabb; Jerry Wait, witness F. W.
title have been
settlement of this region.very People detrimental are told to that the Newton, J. D. Crabb; A. M. Osborn,

they can apply for the lands ami go ahead and witness J. D. Crabb, Jerry 'Wait; Wash
understand the campaign liar Improve and as soon .. la set
they can Baraw-ell his X mark, witness Richard
.t is doing some heavy work in the bllYVh..t will to the price of such Improved Milton pINEAPPLE .;
placet? will a man have to pay the company Jerry Walt; P. J. Hall, witness -
Eden, Fort Pierce and St. Lucie for the improvements he hog made? E. Schltz, J. D. Crabb; J. J. Tucker,

districts-painting Chaffee as a NO C. witness J. F. Lewis, J. W. Mahan; G.

fence in Mr. Chaffee Says a Few Word Nolle, witness C. II.Walton,J. D. Crabb;
man one neighborhood, J. I', Miller, witness J. D. Crabb, J. W. PLANTATION.

V' i ijf and as a violent fence man in an. To the Editors of ADVOCATE: Mahan; R. C. Scrimgeour, witness U. II.

other, as it suits his purpose ; and Please allow me space In your valuable i Dreyer, J. D. Crabb; Ellis Cobb, witness

',' '# telling the most absurd stories in paper to state some of my views on mat- J. W. Mahan J. D. Crabb; Chr. F. Fis- T. 33. DFtiolnxrcis: ,
the ters of Interest to the cher, witness J. D. Crabb, J. W. Mahan;
Clerk's .
regard to office with people.I Eden Indian
River Florida.
Edward II. Titus, witness Frank Rena &
am for Senator Call ,
Senator Call, the People's Friend. vehemence and assumed earnest decidedly, be- ker, Jas Silvertooth; Robt Morrow witness
cause I believe him to be an able, tried
ness to the open-mouthed, wondering and even faithful friend of the people.I Howell Titus, E. L. Brady E. L.

,5., THE ADVOCATE goes to its read. citizens of that peaceful region. am In favor of the Railroad Commis- Brady, witness Howell Titus, Robt. Morrow FORWiles

era this week fairly saturated with Ah well Lies, like chickensand sion and of Its perpetuation, and of its ; M. B. Metzgar, witness W. It.

politics, and we find a difficulty in curses in the eternal fitness of amendment, so as to give the Board control Woolfe, J.D. Crabb; S. Linton witness .
J. D. Crabb
J. W. Mahan
squeezing all in. Ileigho The over its bridges and docks; also of ; L. C. Oliver, Spirits
things, sooner or later "come hometo through freights, whenpartly by land' witness W. II. Harris Thomas J. De-

primaries come next Tuesday >;> then roost." Two years will soon and partly by water; and In any other Steuben; G. F. Duren, witness J. D. ,

we shall get down to business roll around, and the evolution respect necessary to reach a point of Crabb W. E. Knox; Sam Deal, witness

again. which is now fairly started in business justice between the people and corpora W. R. Knox, J. D. Crabb John Simonson E 0 ors
tions. I am In favor of a rigid remission Dreyer, J. D. Crabb-; ,
political and social circles in E. S. Hamilton, witness J. D. Crabb
of our road laws, and of our tax and assessment C
WHOEVTR listened with an unprejudiced this county will have worked a laws, as well as our school W. Christian; May Bell his X mark! CIGARS, ETC.

mind to the speech of wondrous change; laws. witness J. D. Crabb, Ellis Cobb; Wiley OF THE

Senator Call, and followed his lucid I am in favor of strict economy In Henry, his X mark, witness J. D. Crabb FINEST QUALITY,

sentences to their logical conclusions State and county affairs and think the Ellis Cobb; E. W. Holmes, witness J. D. GO TO
Senator Call millage of the state can be reduced to Crabb, C.W. Christian; Nathan Webber,
must have marvelled at something like the former figures_ witness C. W, Christian, J. D. Crabb: Losltw & nonnhn
the slanderous injustice he has received I am In sympathy with the move being Fred urubler, witness W. II. Myers, Jno.: 01 'ow .v c...n.v4 .

at the hands of the opposition Might' have gone much furtherin inaugurated in the state to that end. S. Fern rson; W. II. Myers,witness Jno. Families Supplied. '
his speech last S. Feigurson, J. D. Crabb Lee Smith
press when they called him Friday night Respectfully, ;
'fool" and "dotard." when he spoke of the great New C. E. CHAFFEE. witness Jas. Silvertooth Jim Mahan j'P. .,
: Anderson, witness G.
P. .
Sew ell, Howell
York Central Railway being owned A Few Words in Favor of JohnM. Titus; F. U. Vllleret, witness G. P Indian River .

MAJORITIES not by one family-the Yanderbilts Dixon SeweU Howell Titus; Herman Fischer'
't are always right, I
and said that the witness Jas. Silvertooth, G. Nolle B' "
and Henry Clay said he would :
Hemingway witness Jas.
controlled I Silvertoothi
politan the
"tather be right than be President." daily was by Allow us space in your valuable pa- G. Nolle; Ihos. Warren, witness J. D.

Brethren of the minority, have same household. The monied per to glxe a few reasons why the Dem- Crabb, J. W. Mahan; It. Richards Lumber
you and the crate of Urevard should In the I
our hand of articles power press are wedded in vote. primary tsq.w itness G. B. Hemingway, J. D
'. on many your close union in almost every city ; election, for John Dixon for County Crabb; Walter A. Howland, witness Jno.
of faith, and we don't know but Treasurer. He has been a faithful S. Fergurson, J. D. Crabb.
in cross-road settlement w. Rule
we may be able to "bolt" your aye, every Democrat and has served the public as witness J. D. Crabb, J. W. Mahan ,

whole creed when we have had where the press has an existence.We School Commissioner, for years withoutany I W. \Jtree, witness J. D. Crabb, Howell; G. Company t

time to digest its eubstanae. do not claim that the combination been adequate compensation. He has Titus; T. B. Smiley, witness D. Crabb, i
ever first and foremost
is witnessed in W A. Howland
by a written contract every ; J. S. Watson, witness
V charitable enterprise, and has, In the John Myers J. TITUSVILLE: !
D. Crabb FLA.
or even by a verbal pledge, dead of night ; Walter S. I
gone to the sick and suf- Graham witness
; J. p. Blake yil
:.. WE have spared no effort to for the editor may never realize fcrering without charge and many is the vertooth; S. D. Geiger, witness, Jas.Jas. R. RANSOX, Manager 6 !

a, crowd in all the Excellent matter his subserviency to the golden rod. poor man who can thank him for kind vertooth, Thos. Mitchell; Frank \Foreman Silo t

which our friends have sent for Hut the Journal-whether it be ina act in time of trouble and sickness, and witness F. A. Losley, James hilver-- I*. O"

publication this week, but are country town or great metropolisthat honest with or John without Dixon.money he could go to tooth; G. W. Martin, witness aa. F. At- A.T.L,

compelled leave out several good does not temper its sentences can you forget thl.Ir.Come. ,Sam kind friend Ray U kiiuon Nathan, J. t. Webber Lewis, ; Edmond E. Rice Love witness CONTRACTOR & BUILDER.' .
II. ,
communications which will not to suit the tune, or guide its now a rich man, and does not need the nice, w itntM, J. D. Crabb, J. W. ; S. E. Titusville Fla. > 'if
4 ; keep We telegraphed two weeks pen to follow the course of the does office need; John the Dixon U a poor man, and A. Wingate, witness J. D. J.; Estimates ,

'f. ego for matcrial.with which to en. monied power; of its field whether don't office. Kind Democrats, W. ilahan; W. E. Andrews, wltneS J. furnished on application. .-
t' forget ilAST Correspondence and
Crabb J. W. ilahan; p. ;M. patronage solicited.
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Cl'OCkC1'3', hill ,".ztl'(1, "Wood. Ac Gusolinc Cook StOV Cw. Orders filled same: day received. Prices g\1a antl't'11. 'iJf''

F. BUDGKE: Titusville, l ln. 'Vs: ,..

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DISTRICT NEWS. Cocoa. Lewis; waiter S. Graham, witness J. P. PI'ofo'sionnl Cnrds.DL. ,
;; ; Blalce, F A ; J I) Crabb, witnessJ 1auman'Sr

F Lewis| Fran Renaker; w IJ. Knox, ,
witness Henry T Titus, Frank Ilenaker: ,

Mims. The work of clearing away the debris til the Thomas :Mitchell: witners Henry Droycr. Newspaper >
fire, preparatory' to rebuilding has commenced F A Losly; J II watson, witness Jas I ATTORNE -.\T.I.\W: _

)fr. C.T. Verl>el.o, of Brantlcy, spent<< Sunday Siivertooth, F A Losly? lU Metr.ar, I TlTf8VIU.E, FLA.JAS .
and Monday with friends In Cocoa aid RockledgeMH witness ,! F Coachman, F-iank Rontkcr; I Subscription Agency *
Mr. C. II. Walton ,
and )rr. J. W. Himt- | Sxllle Hullof 'Ity l'olntl I.spending the Ellis Cobb, witness CI\J'I l C Curtiss Frank 1 T. SANDERS, t

f Ington paid us n visit last' Sunday, both week In Cocoa, the gnesf of Miss Clara Sanders.Tho Kenaker; U Nolle, witness John Myer, T1IK 1'IONKKR: : AGENCY.
looking remarkably: well. .
j recent political excitement seems to have Frank Renakcr; George Williams, witness A TTOTL E -_\ VW, .
and Frank dlpl mat coiiKldi-ralilr: no doubt the chiefs are J P Turner F A. Losly! Henry -
) Mr. Mrs. Schofield left last waiting the action oft ,e primaries. ; Wiley Will prnrtirei<< In all the Courts of the Seventh
week for City Point, where they will rorr his X mal'k,wltn1ftI Ellin Cobb, May .....Udall'In-lIlt of Florida.P. For terms and sample copies address ICliAS.

Bide for sometime, Mr. Schofleld having town.We .Uocklcdiro...nl.llllte ,to has cay M}lust flue here flowing that wells our ,olntcr from Hell his X mark; May Bell, his X mark, O. Itox, 2J5. TlTfSVU.LK..\. II. NAUMANTiri-svii.i.K( P. 0. f"" '

j employment there. 2 to 4 Inch, which puts tan inllle In the rhade witness Ellis Cobb, Wiley Henry, his X >Money( to lj"an. 1 ,
mark; 15 C Srl'lmjteourltDl'RIi II. FA llrevn.nl county Fin 1 ,.
The Rev A. D. Cohen prenched to a Rf llinit. S T.ivlor have recovered many articleslit kinson ()xoauit: M. KonniN, WALTKR 8. (!RMIAH.pOBlUNS -
... Frank Renaker S Mnton wit.nello 1
nnlnjurat ,
har" r Mr* which are comparatively ;
from good congregation the text "When, last Sunday bUu'r'anli eVering. l hV the fit t they may recover several hundred w II Myers, F A Ix>sly; Andrew & UKAIIAM, J. M. Sanders Co. .

thy dollar-1 this way. Gibson:\ witness E EcCourey; F A IjoMy; ,
mother forsake thee tho Lord will take
: :
( The Conm Imya seem to have kit ill interest Nathan Webber, witness Frank llenakc, ATTOIINEY -.\T.t.\W, I>l'lltl'I'IIln
[the up. In bore lull Ui no lonp-r the general suhjert
; FA Losly David Moore his X mArk
; TiTfsvii.i.K Brcvanl Co. Florida
of com er-H.Inn, anllt 10 a difllcuU matter to : .
v, Mr. Britton left last Monday for Coil find out wisp there will bo another game In witness Howell Titus, T J DoStenben; I'. o. flux, 2.10. DRY GOODS NOTIONS

il coa in his dandy little sailboat, with bin town. Washington Barnwoll, witness w FFntc Will prnrtloe In all tlie. count IPK of the Srrentlt .
dog "}1asll," for pRllfI'n er. He will Will Hull.one of Oty Point's popular young F A Losly; Jery wait, witness! w II My.en ; Circuit and In the Supreme {'''"rt. Hpi-flnl far CROCKERY, '
J remain a few days! with friends, And it ml'n.l I Renew engn! red a* general( salesman, with F A Losly. william Gibson, witness rliltles for Kxamlnlng and Perfecting<< land .
; [1* hoped he will be much Improved by J. M. RI1"1Ioota. We are Kind to nee young hni>l- w It Knox, Frank Kvnaker: ; Thomas Titles CorreKponden<'e nollcltod from Claimants SADDLERY, 4 : a
ness men coming( Into our midst, and wli>h and Heirs to Spanish Irants. I
l warren witness Andrew Gibson T J 1) STATIONERY :
Jhi8 trip. them much Biituens.W Money to l/wn. 1 #

Mr. Copgln: and family arrived here A. ..Time arrived' here Tuesday, Atlanta Steuoon'Pninuel Boll, witness It lloyd FAMILY MEDICINES, !s"; '*

:' |last Tuesday on the Ida :May: and are to take the 1".IUon of bl"kkecl'cr for JliI'k- FA LoBly; Henry B.irnwell, witness K C D R. M. I). L. 1>DODSOX, GARDEN SEEDS.: Jtkr ; ", '. a.
on liroK. 1.3. Andrew In now general palesman Thomas, Frank Kcnaker; Frank Housto ,
, bow located at their place In the ham- for tM enternrlHinir flnn. Dave says bnM- cuoicn GKOCKIUKS, .. : 'I
witness F Lewis Geo
Noityn Eugene
.' mock. It H his intention to clean his ness was, nuvtr Letter with him then at 1'riwnl. w ; :SPECIALIST IX OPERATIVE, SURGICAL HAY CORN .MAI' W" ', '
white, witness Gen B Hall, F ..\ ] 1) FERTILIZERS, .
|place up -and plant it in vegetables.: In ionhl'n rcfirtence MECILINICALDEN1'ISTIYI
Workln progressing on -
Losly stove witness E Bow FINE: PATENT
' ; Stanley ,
coining hero they had quite an experience on Dullany Are., and when completed TITfSVlU-E, FLORIDA. FLOUR.
this 1111 of the nicest rcnlilenceg In town. man, F A I-osleyj; George w Penham, his
? I but happily Ithout serious w e one Aching Teeth Filled and Preserved without Ooooo r'loric1
any t.
' Mr. nimM In having It tastily: painted and will X mark, witness Henry T Titus, F A de.tnmlinntonerves. AlceapedTeeth miccena-'
result oilier than bad to Mrs
a scare have It ready for owupanc In a week or two. Losly; A II Curly) witness w H Knox fully treated. Pivot Teeth and (Crown AdjiiHteillnartlNtloRtle. ,
Coggin. When between AIMil'On nnd The flrri of T.M. !inden ("o..dl.aolvp,1 part- F .\ Losly) ; BX Love: joy witness J l' llniken Teeth Mended.' All
Jones' r'uint;, dining n squall, Uio lightning ncr' hl|> thl ..el'I k, )lr. Pamlera piirchaflng all the inimt a InIred l klniln l and l
struck his mallt-heM, lau down the of Mr. fumld'a( interest In the luinlncM. Tim Tumor F A Loslev; Kilmnnd Love, his warranted to fit nlncl)'. (lasAdudnistcreol for HODGSON BROS, '
arm will hereafter l>e J. M. Rundere. lie will X mark, witness Howell 'l'ltuA Los- fulnle Extraction. 1 \ :
forestay and along the bobstay tearing retain ,,11"f his former emplo>'ecu,and tbrrewill' ley Barnwell witness A II .
I, lout the bolt in the stem post, which itt be no further chance, other than the firm name. ; George Curry : \'.
F A Losley E L witness John RUE P ELYJUSTICE
fcpllt to the forefoot. It w as a close call Mm. n. I'. Wilkinson In company with her ; Stanley, LA General '
for all on board. niece"Ill.i Hattie Wilkinson, and ones flora Myers, Frank Kenaker; Lewis wideman Mercliants t/
llreexe, of KIM'kledge, left here Wplneolaaf. witness S D Geiger, Frank Fenaker; GH U OF TilE PEACE HTII DIST i 1
ternoon for MnrfrmalMirn, N. C. Mr.. \\llklnron Collins witness John Call 'C ruhllo .,
Myers, Notary for the State at Ijirne.Contractor
: .
(1t'lC'a north the'"Inter with relative, Eau Gallie l 1 ,{ "
4 Eau Gallic.I : :
4 unit the young ladles to attend the next *eHlonof Curtis; Fred Orublcr, wItness Jno S Ferguson and Ilnllderof O\.rJO: \eitriT) expo n., \'> \ ya; : ,
the >\'eale;an Female College In Murfrcenborimgh. A M Osborn; waiter A How Ian rience. Natural Finish a Hpeclalty.MELHOniXK (, 'i .

, .Twenty- ur artesian veil lu .Eau Ciallle, to ______ ____-__ witness John Myers. J w Rogers; J w KI.A.Klectlon INDIAN RIVER, FLA. ': ',
? Rogers witness O F Ptisan John .. ,.. .. )
-:Mr.: Oeo. Altrce, of Sanford, arrivedin Myers! ---- -- -- Groceries, Fancy Fruits, Cholco Teas .
a _,-'Mf." J.T.]taMtt and family lia.e lieconie per- town List night. O F Duron, wltnefs John Myers, w A Notices. Coffees } ,'
panes residents at Eau (iallle.f Howland; Herman Fischer witness\ Tho Spices, 'oolll'ltluctll, oto .
-Mr. J. T. Sanders returned, Wednes J DeStou!len, K Kicliardn; Ed Holmes DRV) GOODS t.: t'I
Our frlooil, Hr. Eugene nralnurA, l Is with na"In.
day from his to Fort Pierce and
trip witness T J DeSteuben F A the Democratic voters of Brevard
and we are pleaoed to see him looking i"o Losley; G H -
',Well after his trip north. other places down the river.iDr. Hemingway, witness II B Archibald, It "rO COUNTY: Steam or Sail Boat I "'4ni",'
for Charter \
1: f ilr.: J.L.1arrltonInowntworkenhishonto. (}. W. Holmes, of City Point; Richards; It Richards, witness Job The late Democratic Convention of by the 'v

..tea.. e hope will make a iuuuca of it, Jack.
)01\1 of Hardecvllle, were among son, witness H Dreyer, Frank Renakrr; I nomination of all county officers directly t kEj _
.ewe notice the tree that Mr. Vrilxon Imilileil tlioso\ who gave us a call this week. Valentino Jailer, witness II. B. Archibald -i to the people at a primary election to beheld T. w. Rogers
( AlM>tit than reekn ago hate all tki'n.aiul are J' :
| Frank franker Jas I the 2lrd Instant
; Silvertooth, on a caucus of delegates
v putting on a ga.l growth. '
Tlu-ie was! an addition to the census witness How ell Titus, John Myers; U A to said Convention was held at DEALER IN CLOTHING, .1it..j;

Quite number.. of our Inter resilient are on of'City Point Tuesday, by the presentation Bobbitt, witness: A Hardee, T w Smith the Indian River Hotel on the 23rd of !.' ,
heir to :all Uullle, and buildUB Gents
way conteuiqlate -
to Mr. Frank Schofleld of bouncing Furnishing Goods Shoes
as boon as they arrive. a L A Brady, witness E L Brady, F A Los- August, whore tho undersigned was recommended Hats, ,
baby plrl. Mother and child, we ley; E DeCourccy, witness Valentine to Democracy of the county ". '
t Our mervJlantMr.ILIt.Olmorudstill keeps Caps Umbrellas Trunks Valises '
lip hta' ucual supply of cixMlg. llt-nry'i stock isWell learn, are doing well. The AKVOCATKcongratulates Gailer, Frank Renakor; I. C Oliver, witness for the office of Representative. In :' .
a!.orted, and of the best quality. }Ir. and Sirs. Schofleld E L Brady Frank Renakor; G II A accordance; with said recommendation, I FINE CIGARS, Etc :'' 4t

f1 It Is nuiKvred that a large: wholesale and retail over the auspicious event. tree, witness Howell Titus, F' A Losley; hereby announce myself as a Candidatefor The only house In town makIng a spaclalty -- / ..
>re 'will>8 built In the tlcinlty of the teamt Jno-M Dixon witness Benj It wilnon, :F that office, subject to the will of the of Oonts. Furnishing Goods '* ,

terminus, at no aintant
.. MaNler and hire and Mr. naly,who, are County Commissioners of Bre Gardner, F A. Losley; Benj It Wilson; election. prices. my stock, and : !g .
compare Cash
re in connection with the tile driver, are atlent customers com. .
during the hotpltalit nf Mr. II. 11.niteaii. yard County, Florida: witness Jno M Dixon, F A Losley. ; J N C. E. CHAFFER. mand every consideration competitor _
I watson, witness Howell Titus, Fran claim to confer. < I

We believe that Mr. Cniui. Young laolnto II I Renaker; II R Rogers, witness Rob hereby announce myself as a Candidate Call : .:
I hare oppoKltlon In hi* bu>lneiui of vnppl IIIK lea YOUR petitioners, F. A. Lonley Morrow, T J DeSteuben; Robert Morrow I for Re-Nomlnatlon for the ofllce when eonve lont. First 'door .

I cteam and refreithnienta." Cliarlle'a cream laJ Frank Renakcr composing '' witness T J DeSteuben, F A Losle of Tax Assessor, subject to ratificationby south of ADVOCATE office 'it. y
good; "try It. the firm of. Loftley & Renaker, T D Smiley, witness G B Hemingway, the Democratic voters of the County _

FA considerable area of land haa been planted In compliance with the provisions FALofley; S D Geiger, witness F A at the coming primaries. _
[out In teg plants which are lookingremarkalilyell. of Chapter 3416 of the laws of the Lesley Frand Renaker; Frank Foreman DIXON & GRAY $ _
t The slnpnienti of garden truck from thllI.tnt Faithfully Yours, _
) pruiuUes exceed any of our previousIj State of }Florida respectfully apply to witness F A Lesley, F. II bye; James F: W. R. &AM' >KKS. Dealers I _
.aeon... I your Honorable Body for the right to sell Bowman, witness w II Myers Howe! i j:;

I This vicinity preoenta a appearance now. Intoxicating liquors, wines, and beer, in Titus; F II bye, witness F Atkinson hereby announce myself as a Candi Drugs, Chemicals, Perfumery Toilet j I
.&vel''bodYI'M"'S to be making! Improvements. Election District No. 2 (Tltusville) in T J DeSteuben; Chr F Fischer, witnessF I date for Re-Nomination foe ,
the Articles
t; Some are uullding, while others are laying out said\ Brevard and ask office Fine Soaps Stationery "
that A
I tiielr ground} ana planting different varieties county, a pepmit Losley Frank Renaker;; J J Tucker of Clerk of the Court, subject to ratification \
Idk ornamental tress. be given them for the same. witness James E Bowman, J F Lewis; by the Democratic voters of the JEWELRY ,

ppaJ.0.Waltonstill' ahead with Imvements. We the undersigned, being/ a majority P M Young, witness J D Crabb, J w County at the coming primaries SPECTACLES & '
lie has has just completed clear- of the registered voters of Election DIs- Mahan; w E Andrews, witness Henry Your Obedient Servant, SEWING MACHINES. .
r an .d.hhtlonalfuiracree, whk-h be Intends trict No. 2 of Brevard county, Fla., do H Titus Frank Renaker: E C Miller, witness A. A. KTEWAUT. Guns .
tine In trees of various kinds. Tlie Cap John Frank __ Pistols Sewlnff Machines and
Myers, Renaker Henry .
s B'S place Is second to none on the Eau Gallle respectfully concur in the above application ; Machinery Watches
Repaired. Clock
r. and ask that the permit and rightbe Pendleton, his X mark, witness Geow I JOHN :&1. DIXON, hereby announce and Jewelry a Specialty .f Il'
Morton Frank Renaker. I
rile pHa drlverlus about completed the piling granted: myself as a Candidate for the office School Book i
JT the reception the dry dock, and will snort- P. M. Fisher witness w. IL Harris; oft Treasurer, subject to ratification by and School Supplies. .
commence on tbe.no ft. square bulkhead. The Blaster's Sale. Subscriptions taken at publisher'
F. A..Lesley; Henry II. Dreyer witness the Democratic voter of the of prices ; .
County 1
na Is now:lying in the Eau ratory to beiug placed on the dry Uuck. for F. A, Losley, T. II. Myers; (Ieo. w. Mar Under and by virtue of a decree of Brevard, at the coming primaries. Books Magazine, eto. ,

tin, witness w.' II. Myers Henry IL forclosure and sale rendered by the judgeof Your obedient servant, Prescription carefully compounded at ,' f j
Your eorresqondant was surprised, on paying Dryer; w. ii. Harris, witness F. A. Los- the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial JOUN M. DIXON. any time, day or night. 1 )"

u ls.Treutler, of the Treutler House, a vuit, to ley, P. M. Fisher; Edward U. Titus, witness Circuit of Florida, sitting in chancery '.

).how- Mrs.artistically T. deserves great grounds praise have for been the way laid Carl C. Curtis, A. M. Osborn; A. at chambers, for the county of Brevard, BELIEVING that a majority of the Drugs ... "
which she has beautified the place, awl we :M. Osborn, wit nets Edward II. Titus, dated the 2nd day of August A. D. 18K this precinct favor the .
1 sure that as the Hotel Treutler get known w. II. Myers; Howell Titus, witness A. In a certain cause wherein Amon D re-tlection of S. II. KAY as County '

frill be a great reaurt for northern tourists. M. O"born, w. II. Myers; A. w. Buie, Pitts in complainant and Alfred II. Traf. Treasurer, we take pleasure In presenting Patent Medicines,,

witness Carl C. Curtlss, Frank Renaker; ford and Jessie D. Trafford et al are defendants his name to the Voter of Brevard ,

Jupiter E' S. Hamilton, witness w. II. Myers C'I I will sell at public outcry In county. SEVERAL CITIZKNS. Elegant Perfumery and Toilet Articles> ,, : I.

fat A. Gardner; C. A. Gardner, witness E. front of the Court House door of Titus- LaGrange, Fla., Aug. 26th, 1800. ,
to EAST COAaaADVOCATajr ] S. Hamilton, w. II. Myers; E. L. Brady villa, Brevard county, Florida, on the .

| JITITEB,Friday, Sept. 19tb IWfi.Uhveral witness Frank Renaker, w, H. Myers; first Mpnday In October, during the legal hereby announce myself as a CandIdate Kept constantly on hand at .",': -

of our citizens, who have spent some Thos. Moxulty, witness A. w Buie H. F. hours of sale, for cash,to the high I for Renoml nation for the of. I .

jiiiuaUis north, have returned. Atkinson; II. F. Atkinson, witness A. est bidder the following described real lice of Sheriff, subject to ratification by J. B. Screven's ,
Mid U. D. HendricksOD and bride passed w. Buie, Thos. McNulty; M. E. English, estate to-wlt: the Democratic voter of the County at ,
I Utowgb the city a few day.ago, on a northern witness w. B. Spiers, w. H, Myers; Hen A tract of land shown on the map of the coming primaries. DRUG STOnE .. ,"

river ry II. Titus, witnehs J. F. Lewis, John Bobbins &; Graham's addition to Titus. Faithfully yours,

'b i here will be cabled In a few and My era; J. F. Lewis, witness John Myers, ville M lot twenty-eight, said lot having i JAM KB E. BOWMAN Also the latest Newspaper, Periodicals "
fmakiag connection with the Signal office Henry II. Titus H. witness a frontage of sixty feet Maine I
|tbe telephone, running south to Juno. ; Boyd Thos. on street etc. ;2 ._ i
J. DeSteuben, E. II. Titus; M. B. Bun- and running back a depth of eighty- hereby announce myself* a CandIdate ,
Htpen.'Sharks Three are very were numerous caught a since few evenings Inlet has been ago, nell, witness J. T. Sanders, J. D. Came- eight feet; said map of Robbing & Oraham's I for Renomlnatlon for the of-- '

[SAd afforded great sport for the tenderfeet.HT.rB. ron; Niel P. Nielson, witness Carl C. addition Is now on record In the Ice of Tax Collector subject: to 'railflea- at

Iverett, of Fort Pierce, was in town this Curtiss, Frank Renaker; II. B. Hersey, Clerk's office of Brevard county, or BO ion by the Democratic voter of the Indian River : ,; : }
lw *k, and it is rumored that the purchase of a I witnets\ J. F. Lewis, J. w. Rogers; $. J. much of above described property an primaries. ,
I Urge number of turtles wan the result of bin Norton witness B. A. Circle, F. A. LOB- will be sufficient to satisfy said decree Respectfully ,

7t* Iv; C. w. Christian witnets Henry T. and cost of sale Purchaser to pay yours E. W. HALL ; :
Th. enjrlne of the J..S L. W. train has been Titus, J. }, Lewis,; John J- Daly witness for titles. State Bank : 1; "
>on for repairs, and all travel Is by the Henry Titus John Myers John J. P. TtTBSEB: I
IJUeadricksoo express. One trip is guaranteed hereby announce Candidate Ia
myself as a
I 3e pure the abet malignant case of dyspepela. Myers witness Henry Titus, J. F. Lewis; Special Master. I for Re-Nomination ,
T, w, smith;; witness Henry T. Titus, J. BOBBIN 4; G UAH AM, as Prone- .
jVmerchantaotJuptter are eviilenUy sleep uting: Attorney for Brevard Titusville .
neg aver their rights, when they penult foreign F. LewU; J. P. Blake, witness Henry T. Solicitor for Complainant 4-5t./ Florida, subject to ratification County, Florida. '
f tiuJvr to meads our territory and carry away Titus, J. F. Lewis; S. A. Belcher, witness by the -
fbat irhlcb hone euwrpri should command.LA. w. II. Myers John Myers; E. II. Rice, Democratic voter of the County at the IjfCOUPOBATBD UsitKIt TUB LAWS O'R

.r-Vhldden left,this week, for tb went eoaitditvo witness J. F. Lewis, Frank Renaker; S. HODGES & GODFREY coming primaries.Yours TUB STATIC or FLOIUDA r.
to this market several hundred bead of E. Rice witness J. F. Lewis, Fran Ren obediently,
|tl le.a Daring the season Jupiter consumes JAil. T. Authorized .
tttai beeves a day, including the quantityGrant aker; J. w. Jones, his, X mark, witness Manufactures SAKDEES. Capital, .. $100,000 t
IiJ Carl C. Curtiss, Frank Itenaker; J. P. of -- --- --- Paid-up Capital .. . *23,000A j

i & COL, have etarted their saw mill Miller, witness J. F. Mitchell J. F. Lewis Notice of I>I (MolutIoiu : .
It Is thought they..-illlOOD be able to eupl ; P. J. Hall, witness J. F. Lewis, F. A. Yellow Pine Lumber : Is General .,n... Transacted, l 't I'f ;
|| demands for cypress and other lumber. Lowly; J. F. Mitchell, witness J, F. Lew.is THIS to certify that the firm of J. 'I'
tof the will whittle U beard daily at II. Harris F. U Watson & Co. dissolved copartership JAMB PUITCIIABD, President s"' \
w Vllleret
; witness
yawl liningliattly the 'gators and IDOM- BOUGH VUE88ED: ,
1st B.
on of W
day 1800. All BAUSITTJ:
J. Lewis J P. Anderson ; Vice-president
(make for their retired retreats. The echo F. ; J. P. Anderson ;
bix Uoa la too much for them denizens. witness F. U. Villeret, J. F. Orange! Box Head. bulb duo the late finn are to be paid to W M. Blow, Cashier l '

t days ago a letter.. given to one of Joitnirht Lewis; \:0\0:\ F. Futth witness Henry II. rrult t Vegetable Crates. :Ir.> J. S. Watson; all claims against said Directors: James PritcJiard, W. D. t r '' .

lads fur the puet.. The receiver Dryer John Myers; Max Ludwig von Lumber delivered at any .art of Indian lUver firm to be paid by Jlr. J. 8. Watson. I5a71eJtVJ. Durkee, W S. Graham: k
(ted the epistle in a small box that hadpararlJ Koppelow witness Frank on through bill of Iwling. 'Anyone conUmpUu J. 8. WATSON W. U. Brown
Renaker F. A.Loa.ll ,
placed on the dock. By some laIC bnilJlns on the ta t Coat,would do well t-
i accliledt the 1otIeI.1I11Liai1'8 was loca- ; E. Schultz, witness Frank Renaer write for Jlrl__. Tbe Kawwill II situated o, tie 3 S. II. !lAY''. Every Savor, Consistent with Conservative
periJ posted. Inquiry being made, ]( John J, Daly; Brock x Revels, his 'IT. K. Yi, By, miles south of I'aiatka. .alLJ... J&hoDcIed.:; .
Wd be thought It was the right box. mark witness J. F. Lewis John Correspondents ; Seaboard National
is Myers; Satsuma flights t'
ippoa the JMitlJ'i intelligence Putnan Fla.
w. Eo Futch, witness J. D. Crabb, /, F. co.441ao., SUBSCRIBE FOR THIS PAPER. JaeksunvWe.Bank New York} National Link 01 L' ,, I I

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FROJI Tilt-KK/oars.-- 'aDd wear the ample handsome wardrobe ton he tame to Doucertcr. STR& I broncos, Thomu Beach and Maggie rw :OlS' HOUSE,XABKXT..

n "It. vrtmtjf-ft 9** tAt nimr iwn. Miss Anstruther ordered out of her liberal 4 "I never thought to lure this money" SOMEWHAT NGE.j I Meadow, Charles Cole anti Julia Rail. lmprow entln' Trotting

!-, > o'.ar.I. allowance, with utter disregard of continued Mr it-hew, "for my uncle The Justice of the Peace tied each pairwith Wonder Year v.

Oft,Cora"!roller OnahiL'"Tt the fWr..., ....., the proprieties-.wrapper in the evening' was angry because I would not leave the OF the nuptial knot, and then the. Dlod la Becent .
I the of. InKraxtln Mi of miineicrppi and evening dresses at ACCIDENTS AND INCIDKNT3 congratula.tlons has come to be looked
breakfast York
_rhlch pnewonr U rtonb f pnu4'i br him on ....,.,unl..r c"?. "just pulpit and learn his business. But he couples, after receiving the New upon
----.4Il_ ._wn..!iiikm>roD<""<'t>>il with It. It "unnloM of as it happened." has left it to me, and I can do good with EVERY-DAV LIFE. 01 their lrlrnds, stated off to secure as the great mart tot Wooded equities
h.. .*tiiflf ordlnirfnliMl" now piper otIn.q In the first two of her life at it Charles Mew' instead of colts and fillies being dis.
r' 4br3 r$*" clonelr" wntten mMier. Th* years ; only want a tender faithful woman' the wedding present that and
.i.i4wlt1nfe I.lo. the Ut 4nhn ROTIeO'itMII?. Donccster, it would have been hard to In life-work. hod offered.It of in their ancestrarpftd-
I yore
help my want* to Maggie played,
ih Inch rtirlot ul: _I. It I*the l 1M' poom.r.., which Queer Episodes and Thrilling Adren- dow, brother a
VrrlttMl hr iRlllr iii.I I on. lint hM viewer beenChtIehw. lay wu more miserable in the little ah, !Mattie I want a home; some one to head of his cattle M the docks, they are transported to that. city

the :;dfrstIon. Th.po or mrlttn.lot the "..hll1&on, Unlrerall;th.nf ,Hon. I I cottage, the prim maiden[ lady or the lore me, to welcome me there; some one tures Which Show that Truth ia bridal was as pairs many could find and brand before and exhibited in the American Institute
wee.r,4 II ., ,..."nnl... 1 ..... .. wayward niece. than Fiction.
the* lio" bus S1 who will let her Stranger armed with The of travel are
me b'ing
ft't nt.i4.h.4 10 .h. dilly p,..... '::1..11 bNJ.,. happiness, sundown. The brides, building. dang'
O-lUiflr-hrn. -. h* WTOM th.i ......m. "' 1 A. W Bhe was seated under the shade of .a will let mo shield her from all harm will IT Is told of ft sen-captain, who died branding irons, und the grooms with more than offset attendanceof
fId *hrn hmrot Ihronih with It mm*( willow
7'to bin, "n fh. tfnUf nrnmlxid H,>nd h(kept bin word." The moodily into the water of a little brook "Yes Mattie laid where increase in prices chained.
I ponnUu follow at her feet wondering command of a ship in which passengers each pair succeeded in securing eighteen"THE and the consequent
while the Reverend Albert her voice had "you will make her The smallest man and the
| 'Coln' to m. for irlidom"sold the moon' gone, were carried from Ne'.f York to one of .
..tain; Anstruther finished had asked a little him to lecture deliver.Miss very happy." the islands. On one occasion the ship Louisburg! (N. M.) Liberal i tells shrewdest inspector hone at the sales

----r "Do you think so, Msttio caught fire and the and crew recent cloud. of last spring was Robert Of Philadelphia -
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'lo th*rullry and the plain He was & tall, near-sighted bashful passengers the following regarding a Steel
"Why, she said, simply as a child introducer
were to take hurriedly to the throughall the
j ,There I. knowledge dimmed with sorrow In man of over thirty, appearing stilt older "she must be happy with your love." boats.compelled The captain remained burst! The east-bound train got behind medium, strain into the trotting happy
[ the from perfectlycool the cloud-burst was !
pIn a habitual and right, as
; stoop a quiet reserve "Then will she
come now into and'one of the
my throughout all the confusion and the United States, ,
- Thr Is effort With Its hop like A fountain, of manner. It; had not been a pleasant heart, into my life. Mattie do lori and chasing it. Engineer Sayel'llookedout business frt
you of the embarkation and at last cloudburst a
fright the men to largely engage
window and saw a
task him his
Tliert the chained rebel pMtlon to to obey Miss Anstruther's met Can give me lore for lore be of
I' and request; but meeting Mattie in afternoon you every one except himself was got safely coming, and pulled out to escape. the breeding of fast trotters.
Laboring wife
fashion an
strength fleeting ; my my other self f Will not the into the boats. By the time he was the Pullman As he looked with kindling upon
i Th r* ambition's 'leaping lam stroll, ho had conscientiously done quiet be The rain ws dropping on crO
( *, parsonage a prison to little
his duty. you ready to follow the passengers were almost when he opened the throttle, and it the glossy skins of the youngsters being
And wild bird!
th Iris of frame
-- Br.t tbos gains crown are dear forever; "But," she answered, : him, "I can't. Ican't To mel You love met" She trained__. I Instead wild of hurrying with fear down and the excitement.ladder the trained, a. little and- got up.. .to .the'-_smoker- __u, naraded before him on one .been occasion we,.he
marvelous improvement
said "How
"'H. -- J
stay Jn the house alter "With all but by that time Bayers: uu' 'ewa.cuuing h
Won day day, heart.
from IMS and pain and fererttatun's my called bold horses withinthe
captain out to the sailors to in our trotting
could not
stitching and Aunt ha and the storm get any
cooking. "But said ,
Letty .
gospel never changm; a and you just then, on a minute, and taking a cigar from his The race lasted last ten years, and, more wonderful
.. servant works harder than Jane not Mattie .1 nearer the engine.
before remembered
Every snddert rn... deranges; does. But it kills me; suffocates me. would be rich. In her that. she pocket, colly lighted it with a bit of about twenty minutes, and a Southern still, with breeders increasing in numbers -
Blind endeavor !I. not win- humility the burning shroud which had fallen from fast horses also
Bhe can't talk of anything but had mind Pacific train never went any faster. and consequently ;
Wisdom enter through th. scrap. money never her and the rigging to his feet. Then he descended the horses have ,
eyes bags-and tidies. Oh, you do not understand she shuddered as she thought it mIght Finally, the cloud-burst gave up the prlccs.of good grown
And the seer I I. the know.r.J. I" have been a bar to this with deliberation, and gave the chase and Sayers pulled into Powie with enormously. Less than ten years ago a
tb. doer and the sower." "Understand what, my child I" happiness. perfect order to push off. "How could you stop three dry cars and three shedding water.A brood mare which brought .1,300 was a

"Tho difference between this[ life and to light a cigar at such a moment!" he N. Y.. phenomenal animal, and the ann unce.
"Come i She scarcely knew what she said but connE8ro!'DET at Saratoga
to for rlctie
m* *, paid the Pak; was asked afterward, when some of the astounded
"I leaflet cold and my real life. We were alone papa and I. it satisfied her grave lover, and they went noticed the dinner order of a modest and ment of such figures people.
am ralm were their
though there were servants indoors awl home in the to passengers talking over escape. little in one of the Now such horses range in price from
gloaming astonish Miss fragile-looking woman
Bat the treasure of the lily and the palm- "Bccanse, he answered "I saw that if and a man who
out, but no other house for fourteen Anstruther. hotels. It comprised the following $1,000 to $ ,000.
The/ are mine bestow those who I did not do something divert the .
on seek. of
miles. brood whose
Sometimes mare one
'Iamglftsndlnmgiver Mr. Parker, my It was a nine day wonder at Doncester minds of those in the boat there I articles: Little Neck clams, turtle soup, possesses a ,
guardian came over from Brownsville how Mr. Hahew was likely boned has made a great own
cold progeny
ever came to bluefish roast rcor
,, ,To the vcrdnred fields below. but perfect to be a panic and, overcrowded as it was, him ideas
not often. Only papa and I, year in, that "harum-scarum girl" to the steady, there fricasseed chicken lobster salad, enough to support uoles
of its
was The
JU the danger being
motherhood of snow year out. In tho morning rode upset. of living are
we over gentle misses of his congregation, but in boiled new potatoes etraordinariylavlsh
but peppers
act took
Daily give the new-born river. the country to about the a moment, but it attracted is it
ice stock visited thd there is "Why
no and the beans New England
parsonage regret, the attention of string green peas
A* b watcher on a tower the cabins where tho graziers lived, Minister does not find his wife or married everybody. You all forgot pudding cake, wine jelly, ice cream assorted horse-flesh has increased .o rapidly

Ldtening to the evening hoar and were out till it grew not,' and then life a burden, though Miss Lettie still yourselves about because you were thinking fruits, nuts, raisins and coffee. There are two chief reasons. Tho first is

See the road diverge and blend we went home to rest till it grew cool. talks JUattio as a dreadful trial.-[Th off safely.my"curious behavior, and we And he adds that she partook more or that horses'to-day, as a result of addi-

Bee the wandering current end And we read and studied and talked, or Ledger. got less of these dishes. Her husband tional knowledge on the part of trainers

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Where the'monlese water shin we played upon the organ papa had built CAPTAIN THOVAS SCOTT, the great tasted al little soup, had a bit of roast and owing to constant experiments io,

On the far horlion line,- il\the house. We wanted no one else. A Struggle with ft Sturgeon. diver, screwed on his iron head with its beef with mashed potato., and some crosring strains, are finer bred than ever

All the storied poet U mine Sometimes we read Greek or Latin; bulbous glass eyes the other day and went crackers and cheese. before In the history of the world, BO that

All its strange belief( "till flinging; sometimes we recited wholo plays. We Faitkf Jim is the name of an old Siwash down on the floor of capacious! New JACQCES, before he began from the expression of twenty years ago,

'All its lngrs and their ilng'ng; did not care what we ate or what wo in the employ of Mr. W. II. Vianen. Jim London harbor in search of the smelling his AtEXNDER fast at tho Aquarium in London, '2.40 on a plank road,' being an cspres-
wore, so we were fed and comfortable.: bottle of Mrs. William '8 sion of swiftness have
AH the paths that lead astray; looks after tho fish-house, cleans salmon, A. Slater, of Norwich entertained at luncheon by the press representl1tvel superlative wo
Oh, papal papal" and sobs shook the valued chiefly for the associations come now to a'condition of
AH the runs the barrow equlneatair
meteor called delivery breaks ice and the
day (Eng-
; slender says Ne".c8tle
frame Mattie' rocked to and fro sbout it in which man's
although its actual value was a
performs every-dayroafster
All the tars that rone to shineCo numerous other little duties ol It was explained thatJacques f
convulsed! with.. grief.! an and just '300. Mr.' Slater: who is a millionaire 1111) cannot down in twenties,00 Is
easy pleasant nature. Faithful attributed his to with
m*.to mror all are mine! "lint now, Mattie i" laid l'1r. )Aiayncw, Jim, as his name would indicate, is aVery fourteen times, sails about a great out food to the use of ability a powder go composed sneered at by the drivers he brhes.withupon

('"'Com, very gently "you are a, woman with a deal with his wife, both being young on the road.
me for lafotjr said the height; woman's 'duties before trustworthy and honest Indian, and of a number of herbs and plants
"10 the future a* the post you 1 Cnn you he takes 'really a wonderful delight in his yacht Sag more, which .Is one of I which in this country, "The second reason is that men who
not try to understand that the wild, free the largest yachts in the and I prow abundantly drive horses for
country keep more now
Bold and river end at last life is unsuited to performing every one of his little duties nnd which is compounded according to a pleasure
Llk A raindrop In the ever circling your present position! with an exactness and care that would the other day, when two lusty seamen recipe which has been a secret in his than they did ten years ago. Then few

Who shall know bv tautened six She listened, that was one gain, while make the eyes of the strictest disciplinarian were pulling Mrs. Slater across New family for some generations. Ho has men who enjoyed this most delightful
.IgbtWhr he talked gravely but tenderly pointing London harbor she leaned over the side pastime than one horse, but
tbejloln und the loss glitter with pride and pleasure. The frequently tested its efficacy, not only on kept more ,
In the out to her the pain it would have causedtor other morning a number of fat and handsome of the boat and the next instant the himself but on others, notably during they found that a lameness to-day s
they must ro..1O father to know her discontented smelling bottle was in the bottom of the
sturgeon were landed the soreness to-morrow and cough the next
ldp on slip, I the siege of Belfort, in tho FrancoGerman -
who luad tbelr charge from Ills ebelllous and wayward. 'Something in finest harbor on the Atlantic coast barring week doomed them
apparently dead and without the war, when he kept a number of his to frequent disappointments -
Passing noon from town to town he quiet voice seemed to soothe the of motion, and Mr. Vianen ordered Jim out Portland. )Irs; Slater almost fellow soldiers olive it for a number of nnd so now 'gentlemendrivers

Throngh! the forest and the down, glrl'l; heart and after the, unset clouds I to carry them inside and clean them. Jim wept over its loss, and hence big Captain da ". Thirty days has on hitherto been the who can afford the luxury rarely

Take direction from the hill; were tinged with the last rays of the dy- carried the first two inside and laid them Scott, looking like Neptune, wanders limit> of his fasts. keep less than three fast horses.''-[Turf,

Thou Vho range a wider land lag day she rose up, saying very slowly i down carefully beside the water hole, over the bottom of the "much resound Field and Farm.

Higher i'/limb until they stand "I will try to bo more womanly, I will and ho was just about to deposit the ing sea;" but ho won't find it, for the W. H. JEXXISOB Marshall, Texas,

Where the past and future swing try I" third, a filt -pounder. when the fish, tides daily rush in and out in measureless has discovered a very effective and A Peculiar Faxm.

Like. far bio ocran-ring; Miss Letitia was grimly astonished, I coming suddenly to life, a tremen- volume, and, no doubt, have swept simple means of getting rid of roaches.It -

"Tbos who sail from land afar but not very hopeful when Mattie ap. dous wriggle and nlmo-t slipped pave through the vinaigrette away. is simply to put a toad in any room Over in Lee County, about nine miles
that is infested with them. Last
summer -
:leap Irom moanuln-top to star learcd at breakfast with her hair shining Jim's hands into the water hole. Faithful THE color of a colored man named toad into the from Albany, there is a body of water a

,Higher still rrem star to God, like satin in glossy braids her collar Jim[ took a strong hold and was about to George Popper, eighteen years old, nt and remained a large there got over night.post-oflico, After mile in circumference, and known as

nave th* spirit-pilot trod, kid pinned evenly, her feet neatly dressed in drag it from the water, when the fish Laurel, Del., is changing to white. The ward the office was clear of roaches White Pond. The water is as clear as

.tt1ngiighta for mind and soul slippers, and sat erect but silent, actually gave another jump causing the Siwash transformation has been in progress until n few weeks since when crystal, and the bottom is of white sand.

That the.hlp. may reach the goal. eating like a lady, not dashing to slip and like a flash the fish! and the about three years. At first small white appeared. Another toad they re in In its deepest point it ia twelve feet from
trough her breakfast was placed
as a necessary evil man shot through the hole Into the river. spot came his breast which bottom to surface.
upon ,
the and
ler wonder room the roaches dis-
increased ,
"They shall iaf.'Iv steer who ***, when after thernea Then there was a commotion in the rapidly until it now covers almost the appeared Charles This pond is fed by a great subterranean

Sight I I. wisdom-come to mol"! was over, ,Mattie demurely followed! depths that ,betokened! that a gigantic entire trunk. neck and one side of his Doyle was greatly creek. When this underground stream

Jler rom room io room, awkwardly, out struggle was in lull swing ana toe loiterers face. The bleached skin looks healthy, annoyel the Dy these vermin. lie was told is full it thus atect the pond, and vic,
willingly in tho remedy, and placed a small
'H' I assisting dusting and who had seen the accident felt very md is AS pure a white as that of an infant. toad in his saloon which cleared it of versa. In places the bottom of the
cooking, with a nervous little apology anxious for Jim's safety for they knew Several prominent medical pond has fallen The holes north
have are
JISS men examined in
MSTMTHER'S. for roaches short time. 1.
faults a
TRIAL to the effect that sho would ho would never let go while life remained the man, and can offer very and south. Here tho water has accumulated _

try and improve if her aunt would instruct in his body. The terrible struggle lasted explanation. He suffers no uncomforta-no I THE son of Mr. J. J. Treat of Manitou leaving the centre free from water. ___ _

I her. a fully a minute and Jim's long shaggy blo sensation and cnn perceive no difference Cot, was exploring tho wonders olWilliams Across this portion, running across the _
BT ANNA SHIELDS. It was like chaining a chamois goat to hair came to the surface, swirling and in his sense of touch or otherwise Canon and. as he was standingon pond from west to east, con walk

\ -- a plow and Mattlo's checks grew thin, twisting and lashing the water into between his black and his white the top of come high rocks, his foot dry shod. persons ,
In speaking of her niece, Miss Lctltln her eyes dull, as she plodded on, day foam. Mr. Vianen seized the hair and but he holds a superstition that the change, slipped anl he fell over a precipice between Great quantities of fish have, 'been
Anxtruthcr was accustomed to plaintively day conscientiously doing her duty' drew Jim's head above water, and as ho b due to a conjuror's spell, which he hundred and two hundred seined from this pond and'immcnse -
call her "tho trial of as directed. did so the Siwash vent to says and fifty feet high. The lad received recently _
iny life, and, gave a Squam- was put on him during a visit to Phila trout piko and been
'for once, the expression was a simple Only one pleasure remained. Every ish war-whoop, which startled the whole delphia, and he has a mortal dread of the several very bad gashes, but no bones hauled uway. The neighborhood

truth, entirely devoid of exaggeration. afternoon she went across tho rye fieldsto neighborhood. "Me Faithful Jim," he culmination of the change. He is were broken. I is a marvelous thing been feasting upon fish, and of the h
Mattie Anstruthcr the little country church and spent said, and when very that he was killed
certainly was a trial. sure enough they dragged reluctant about conversing the sub- outrght. con. kind.
"You know, my dear," Hiss An- two or three hours at the organ, reveling him out tho fish was found locked in J cct. Popper is a man upon of more sidering the great and Recently a large amount earth fell

struthor would say to one intimate friend in music,working off some of the crushed the strong embrace of his arms, and as than ordinary intelligence. and is said toe the rocky nature of the ground. His in at about one hundred feet from the

or another, "my brother John went to vitality of heart and brain in the finger- peaceful an a snail, after the long: strug > industrious and faithful. feelings in the rapid descent wern terrible margin of the pond, leaving a hole'about _

Texas twenty years ago Don't ask me work that carried out her improvisation. gle. Then Faithful Jim seized a heavy as his breath came in short, quick fourteen feet in diameter. Here is

who his wife was) I don't know. I never It became the substitute for home, father club, and, after dancing a species of Si- Six young couples were married in the grasps and he tnrned half around several revealed the subterranean

aaw her. I never heard her name until I friends and-no, not for love; for wash war dance over the tired sturgeon, Potsdam garrison church on a recent Sun. times in mid-air. l. king intensely queer blue in color.stream______

John died, and somebody sent hi. often into the church would steal the figure belabored it until life! was extinct.-[New day, by the royal pastor, Dr. Ilogge. A 6THANOK, nnd from scientific point water> is of great depth and soundings i '

child to me, with her baptismal roc- of Albert Maybew, and Mattie would Westminster (B. 0.) Columbian. The grooms were all dressed alike in of view an interesting discovery has been have failed to reach the bottom. '
hear the few words of black suits the brides _
ord John'4 commendationthat wearing white
jnarriuge certificate and the made? at in.Hungaryl The other day 3Ir. Jasper
J ,
were,her rewards for this suppressed, 1uue111 myrtle blossoms. After the rm:1nst.ad :
.lawyer'slcttersteLIin: .me.she will haveauuub cramped life that was her IcelAcul' Hot Springs. ceremony they marched into the I l ales j>roveu whoso farm borders on the pond, caught
a uuuurcu ana uiiy inouianu uoi- killing vestry to have fought in 184, were found in a an alligator in his seine. The saurian WM _
She loved him after and each received :
a blind 450: marks in
Jars wheu .he is twenty-one. John made unreason enchant disused salt mine. How the soldiers about five feet
As to the hot springs those in Rojk- Bible got in length. Mr. Hartley
ing fashion she little a bound in
comprehended as as sumptuous with _
his money a stock-farm and after there is The salt had thoroughly decided
upon he did. lIe talked of her books her jadal, though not the most magnificent, the portrait of Queen Louis a mystery. so that, as no animal he had ever
hii died as on the
wife appears to have lived alone the cover. penetrated the bodies that they caught could reach him when
father had often talked he laved music are perhaps most curious among the These six had he had it
happy been
TritU Matilda, on the place-'ranch,' she and would her wondrous numerous phenomena of this sort in Ice worthy of the Queen couples Louis found were as well preserved as if they had by tho tail, he could pul 'out this

calls it. bhe' was sixteen: when she came understanding praise genius land. Oa entering the valley you see distributed inheritance been kept in spirits. In consequence 01 huge reptile in that _

here, and khs'was a perfect savage; awage Summer sped and in the columns of vapor ascending from different boys and girls yearly of among deserving poor this discovery, experiments will be madein To his pain and surprise, no sooner did

,", my dear, and U very little better fall a friend with away great, new came to early see parts of it. There is a number oi They came thither from marriageable all of Prussia age.- tho medical schools of Vienna Budapest ho have a good hold upon it tail andcommenred _
parts and Berlin for
I )Anstruther. apertures in a sort of platform of rock. after the testing of a to drag it than the

neat And a savage the girl appeared to her "Have you heard of Mr. Ma/hew's The \iatcr i* at 212 degrees Fahrenheit, superiors have recommendation)been accepted.of Their their I concentrated solution of salt in the pres creature turned upon him with open jaws
aunt who nearly went into an.llt rises ervction of and crunched
convulsions fortune she asked, and Mattie's tangled two or three feet into the air. raveling expenses and their corpses.N. upon his hand. A

and looked over a crooked table cloth, wools dropped in her lap as she lis A river flows through the valley in the clothe were paid for in full, and wedding with L. COUHETU of Manatee, Fla., slY11 I. his teeth came together they could

[ upon a knowledge of housekeeping tened. the midst of which a jet of boiling water ho royal bounty in their I hehixskillol his last black snake. It heard a hundred yards away. With
and pockets
of needle-work us tILe climax I I "No; what is it!" Miss[ Anstruther issues 'with violence from a rock raised[ may return to their native towns and they villages was fonr feet long. and from its month I' mighty jell, Mr Hartley managed t
womanly education. -
Jlins asked. but a few feet above the icy-cold water to begin a life of bliss. protruded a moccasin's tail. Ho stoodon release huhand, and at the same time

Anstrutlier's house was small, al '. He's come into lot, they 'ot the river. Not far from this place is the tail and had his boy pull the hold upon the alligator, which slid back

cottage garden set but in an exact square of prim I say-and he's going money-a to be married. the grotto or 'cave of Surt, which is so i THE jewelers of Chicago have a peculiar black'snake off, disclosing a moccasin into the water.-[Atlanta Constitution.Growth _

every room was the perfection There's men to the large that no one has penetrated to its fashion of saving themselves from about two feet long. which had been
of order and cleanliness, and a parsonage inner end. In thefts by employees when of the Churches.
income .ml\lIl measuring for carpets and now furni forming these scenes nature closing the swallowed. Mr. Courter saw a blacksnake
was economized and nursed to ture." seems to have deserted all her ordinary shops for the night. At 9 or 10 o'clock swallow a blue moccasin several

give a margin for Berlin wools and tidy II You don't so I" operations and.to have worked only as the case may be, every employee in years ago and Dan Richards saw one The Independent has gathered some _
cotton wherewith in tho leisure hours And they talked and talked, while in combining the most terrific extreme. the store is required to take oil hU coat kill a large rattler, and George Brownsaw valuable and interesting statistics shov

left by household care, the old maid :Mattie stole unheeding the destruction which her powers can command. Nor is and don a long brown Holland one a moccasin so spare the ing the strength of the various Christian f

manufactured wonderful article. for the of an elaborate away piece of canvas work she yet silent. Atter the lapse of ages fastened at the wrists, having an IImock./! / black ki, he says, for they do more churches in the United States and their _

10 ornamentation and (or otherwise) of her par she dragged after her over the gross and the fire of the volcano still bursts out band running around near the feet good than harm.A growth during the post yea. In soma

,guest-room. !gravel.. Mechanically she went to the araonz:; regions of eternal snow and the then. commence- to clear the PAIR of belligerent bulls ina cases the figures are estimate but our
inio inis domain there baa been thrust church but not into tho impetuous thundering of the geysers; continues dows and eases, placing the glittering fierce engaged contemporary believes on the. wnola
loft for battle
a lank j organ on track of the Astoria
girl of sUteen[ in articles in the
shabby in the cemetery she met Albert 3layhew. to disturb the stillncs of the surrounding the safes the mnster or mis- and South Coast Railroad in I results "very closely approximate the
mourning grieving: violently for the Ions i tress of the shop Oregon truth." From these
j solitude. : it that then
i His head was more erect his [Murray's Mag superintending the pro- the other appears
of day and for
her I eyes nearly half -
only friend, her father. ,A In an in
girl azine. eedings. this it the United States
becomes Ilre 1 churches
who wore thkk-soled boots which she j I brighter than the\ had ever seen them, ____________ possible for way im- hour the trainmen were unable to drive of all 1,261 I
but he came to meet her swiftly.. an employee to secrete anything them in order denominations, 103,800 ministers
never wiped away to get the train
upon the door-mat whose Order of the Long-eat Rivers. his and
on person, and, ns they nearly 22,000,000 During
'Is it true she asked are re.quir4I -
profusion piteously. through. Huge clubs membr
of hair was gathered into a net r I << to were out the
constantly call out the wor year there has
knowing no maidenly wile to hide her over the heads and backs a lncreu
who loosely, "anyhow,"u her aunt remarked, I stricken heart. The Amazon in South America, falls 01 he articles handled. they find little, but without avail of animals 8,500 churches, nearly 4,500
had until at miter
of cuffs never owned a collar or a pair That I am richer to-dav than I was from, the Andes through a course of 3,600 It any opportunity to we their mouthsor and scrambled they grew and nearly 1,000,000 .

nor had ever seen a carpet. I, yesterday he asked.U is true" miles; the Mississippi, from the Stony tomichs u hiding places for their weary sullenly away. most numerous denomination is the Roman
And I
and yet, a girl[ who could read Homer "Yes, I heard that-and-you are having Mountain, runs S.CUO miles; La Plata, tu/tsier's property. THESE won't be much fruit in Connecticut Catholic, with its 7,500 churches, _
Virgil the original, was acquainted I from the Andes 2,215 miles the lloan ; the apple crop is about a total 8,300
with the bouse but her lips were : ;- PETER J. MOvER, a laborer in the ReadIng prest etc., and 8,277,000
bhakespeare Hilton and ChauI and she ho, in China, from the Tartarean chain I nilroad: machine failure. But the ancient and famous tion, 4,676,000 are PPW
parched stopped."I shops at Reading
'I cer metrical as familiar frieuj.s, could solve geo. I am making the house more comfort- I. of mountains, h3,260mules; the YangtzeKianir I Van., while on an excursion to the seashore -, I. apple tree on the Selden farm at Had- be communicants. Then come fill I
problem and make the church abc, or rather Margaret my housekeeper runs from the same mountain and IIOme time ago. met a Philadelphian Neck, 132 years old, boars a fine Methodists, with, in round numbers
organ speak but never had fashioned a I is 4,000 miles long the Nile, from the lamed fruit crop the It is believed to 4.030,000
is. She has been so long lament- Shepherd, who took a great fancy 11'0n communicant; BaptUB, .- -.-
gsament or knotted be the oldest
'And she Berlin wool. I ins: over faded curtains and ragged carpets Jihel Kumri Mountains courses ,600 to him. Shepherd invited Mover to risit apple tree in the State 4,292,000; Presbyterians, 1,229,000; La1 1 I

yaw Miss: seemed utterly untamable. In that I could not resist giving her miles; the Euphrates frcm Ararat, U lira, Moycr accepted and during his As amateur scientific student at Wak- therans, 1,086,00

Austruther scolded and I the intense happiness of renew'ing them. 2.020 miles long; the Volza, from the visit the host was taken sick and he field, Ms. 1., Ilante a potato in 491,000, Ep li Cnggtonal
groaned in was
wl Mattie, vain grew pathetic and teurf "You look happy, too I" Mattie said. Yaldais, i III 2,100 miles; the Danube, from retailed to remain and take car* of the soil at the 011 factory/forty feet from The increase in the Catholic population
rooms with .-would Utter up" her neat 'I hull I tell you why?" he a ked, the Alps, is 1.'1UO miles in length; the patient. Procuring a leave of absence |, the ground, to wo if the potato beetle dun the year was The e 0-/ __ __ __ _
oftin 421.70
leaves, fl-.er ;? ferns, birds' nests, '. drawing her hand upon bu arm, and so, Indus, from the Himalayas, 1,770 miles; front his employers, Mover did so. Shep-:: i i would find the plant I h found it, mater gain in commuCt I
stones, would hate the Ganges runs from the came source and herd : I and now the
John's, b irrd leading her out of the city of the dead gradually became worse and died amateur to know was over 238000. The 1|
bedroom : piled in her own down the path to the willow and brook, is l,6Omules long; the Orinoco, from .. nd was buried. A few days afterwards I whether the beetle is a bird or a fly testant membership was J

on .helves, tables or even the her favorite restingplace."I the Andes, 1,500 wiles in length; the Mover, 1\'hohad returned hume Methodists gained more 668,00 ,00tf
won received
floor; J not lcru .
hem to. stir puddings have tried to hide my secret from Niger or Wharra fa 1,900 miles long; notice through the attorney the estate the Baptists more than 213,000, the 11therans _
tl'w..t"" intl darted: about like aa be said "but I free topeak. the Don, the Dneiper and the Senegalare hat he was a in A trial has been made at Civita Vec- nrsrhl
ett, regaraK of you, now am legatee (:shepherd's: will chin 88,000, the Presbyterians _
furniture or decorum. I love, and I was wand in honor each over 1,000 miles in length; the to the amount of 20000. Jloyer has Italy, of a nautical ball invented by the moretl*{
she 49,0
1(9 w w ns singing in a glorious con the Rhine and the Gambia BbS milesin rc- Signor It is Congegtlnist
tralto the whitest of to be silent, because the woman I love are nqiiished his employment at the tteadin" nlelo. Ee\'el feet in and abc*|_ _
convulsive) glees, now sobbing sill be rich, and I was very very poor." extent.A shops, and willeuibark in business with rameter. Ad CA hold persons. 9500. The accession of new memb<*|
over come scrap of paper loot Mattie bent her head the his closed it sinks and is steered and
from capital at
folded away command.: was even larger than these figures,
away by her father's hand, andun"l the POBTSXOCTK (Ohio) man named propelled under water by rudder
tender her and
eyes necking to scan face TUB in fle-
ly discovered by the girl in her de- Kin has main street of Payson A, T.. the It has windows every denomination there were
She pictured a stately beautiful woman ley a well-developed apple lreW and of
lultory other day was filled 'Jppler members whose places were fihle' I
reading. would with
She sit
on tb. accomplished and growing on an ordinary grapevine, the a crowd of and fishing up things
hot graceful some queen taore than new des.-
iotas <,.itU 200 acquisitions. The number of
her feet wedding
tucked under her at society Albert bad met and love I... result of skillful grafting: Mounted. Then rode up"also guests all on .a us for destructive," purpose_ i time of I the Methodist Eip body, fat* _

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MATAOAINSTPANTEEft.Desperate Curtalni. i itf jUnmfatmii Women :are not slow td

K NOTES AND COMMENTS. ury and total available resources, Is only '

$113,844,634. 'with an annual Interest :Encounter with Calf- In tie curtains There are! already.signs that the cheaper' comprehend. ,They're"auicJtj, .

,"t: evidence of the economy prac- charge of $7,818,874. It is expectedthat Eating Brute in Texas. will probably light(: ever airy, supersede, nothing lace, production of the metal aluminium in extending They're alive,','and yet if wai

iced by: American railroads during theBMt the increase in local Indebtedness henry Tynsley, a respectable well-to- though iU supremacy is by no mi IDS as its employment. It is now takingthe a man who discovered theon6.

year Is that the percentage of the In- will be counterbalanced by the decrease do colored man, living near Montgomery. assured is formerly. Very many people place of brass for different part. of ir ail1
reuse of steel rails in the track was less in State indebtedness and that the final Texas, had a tusslo a few, days ago prefer the effect of tinted' material rather scientific apparatus. Besides being used remedy for th peculiar

n that year than in any year amen 1886. showing will be gratifying In tiew of the with a panther of the black variety,which than white, and in this style there are for the mounting of opera and race ments. _
of the country in wealth animal glasses it is also coming into use for the : ,
rapid progress nearly resulted in victory for the materials in favor. Plain ,
many striped
K TrtEna Is that ,
a prospect somebody The Dr. Pierce.
of and the man was
and population. and would have cost Tyns fittings photographic cameras
will make a mint of out of Stan. or figured Swill muslin is far pref. '
He?'* lectures America.money The lecturer TUE question of child insurance Is ley his life had it not been for the timely erable to a cheap, coarse! lace curtain, mounting of lenses. The saving In The discovery was his .Favorite *
a new one here, but it is arrival of assistance on the scene. The and weight of a lens so mounted is aston
comparatively linen
Hand hU wife will be carried from point so, too is coarse which can be boon!
to point in forthat an older one in Great Britain, where it is bUck: panther is ono of tho smallest of finished 'WIth, drawn work to make a inking, being ab.Jut seventy rr cent. Prescription
a palace car now building
special said that at the I'rc.entime 600,000 the species, but is by far one of the most bandscTttj* curtain without lace. If The metal has tho appearance of silvery to delicate women. '

purpose. children have their lives insured. The ferocious and aggressive, and Is furnIsh. they Ire' finished with nice lace cine; it dare not tarnish, and besides Italtgbtnt'IIA
K'OXE of the most amusing of the many amount of insurance is small, equal usu- ed with exceptionally long and strong they make quite an expensive cur-, Is possessed of great tensile Why go round with one

grotesque blunders which English newspapers ally in our money to about J12.50, with nails. It is a beautiful and graceful animal tain. There are several styles of what is strength. For a long time Its use was foot in the grave," suffering in

continually make in commenting which it is understood the funeral expenses ; its skin, which is as soft and sleek called cottage 'drapery which are the limited, owing not only to its price, but silencemisunderstood.wherithere's
Etpon foreign matters occurred recently are to be paid in the event of tho as velvetbeing of a lustrous blackexccpt cheapest of all curtains. Madras is the to the impossibility of soldering it. This
in the Spectator, of London. It spoke The ordinary last difficalty has now been obviated and a remedy at hand that
death of the child. pre under the belly, and, usuallyone or more the most handsome of anything save silk \
of, )Ir. John De Quincey Adams.11"Varns. mium is two cents a week. The law, as paws, where it is of a silvery gray. for colored hangings, and this can be improvements the method of its manufacture isn't an experiment, but which!

MART Mirxojr, of Madisob it stands at the present time in England, The negro was engaged in felling treeson bought either by the yard or in will in time to come make it compete .
pattern :
Bounty, Ky., was the first woman in that limits the insurance of a Child at five his farm, when he heard close at hand curtains. A pretty fashion of fin with t the cheapest metals for a num is sold under the guarantee; ,

lltate to be elected County Superinten- years of age to thirty dollars, and of a the bleating of a calf, such as would Indicate ishing the top very is, after turning them her of useful purpose that if you are disappoint
at of Public Schools, and her adminis- child between five and ten of Whilo beasts of
age the
fright. larger
Over to them times closely De Tea Weat I. E.cape, in it
gauge \hrce: In can
livation was so successful that at the reKnt to fifty dollars. It is asserted in Engi sad prey are still to be occasionally found in together, two inches from the .top.' Do yon want to escape chills and fever this any way you gee

election there was no candidate inHue as in this country that this small insurance unfrequented parts of the woods about; Gather to the width of the window .uonP No matter how much malaria I I. In the your money back by applying .

field against her. her.example had fund is not a direct incentive to in they of late years seldom ventured any and suspend up from poles. About eight, down atmosphere la year and neighborhood how many may with be malarial taken to its makers.

roved somewhat contagious, as there fanticide but there are so many reasonsto depredation on the stock pens or poultry inches from tho inside fevers they could hare eaoaped and you can
ere at that election women candidate that parents do neglect their yards and Tynsley no idea of edge, plait or eeoc... by a nn of that esc.llenremedr, We can hardly imagine a
having the which is
gather up part turned over Smith'i-Tonlo Hynip made by Ur. John Bull,
that office in counties in the '
or eleven children even unto death for the sake of the presence of any wild animaldropped to make a short fan drapery. Batiste is of Lontavllle, Ky. It cures chills cud fever woman's not trying it. .Pos. : .
Btate.R the insurance that select when quinine fall.*. It i far better than
getting a committee his ax as he ran to see what ailed the *
Parliament has a very handsome material cream color. quinine, for It learee no Unpleasant after ef. sibly it may be true of one
EIGHTEEN words have come into the of the English
8in4th Tonic not
calf.lIe They are either trimmed with lace and feet* Syrup I. an experi '
qguage-probably temporarily most of been appointed to consider the question.It found that it had broken out of the insertion or else insertion is formed in meat For many year It ha been onldered or two-but we 'doubt it.
them-to denote the act state of electric seems incredible that the desire to obtain and running a the only.. and certain cure for chill and '
or pasture, was wildly the '
threads in If
by withdrawing fever. You do yourself great Injiuitlce you Women for. it. :1
< killing. They are are as follows: a small sum of money would be line of fence separating tho farm from spaces an inch wide and in clusters! of fall to take this remedy, for It will cure you ripe

;Elcctromort, thnnelectrizc, thanatelec- sufficiently strong to overcome those the road, vainly seeking for tho gate, two or three The threads can even when all other treatment fall. They must have it. Thinkof

trize, thanatclectrisis, electrophon, clcc- parental instincts which are found even which was some distance below. The then be caught spaces.together through the center Boston ladle attend baae.baU game. In a and nine out .
tricise, electro tony. electrophony, electroctonv among animalsand, yet there seems to be road was a wide one, bordered on the in a sort of ornamental hemstitch: large numbers. They are on the lookout for a
electroctasy, clcctricidc. elec- good evidence that such is tho effect of other side by a wood with a dense with strong linen thread of the same, good catch."Papa. of ten waiting for it. Cany

B&ropoenuto: electrothencse, eloctroed, this system of insuring infants., growth of bushes on the hedge, and here, color; ribbons can be woven over and "Iorro"MId mamma" "brine home. a box of the news to them .
Rull' Candy. Hhe mnant Dr. Bull'sWorm .
.electrocution, fulmen, voltacuss, and skulking with the airs'of a pussy cat
under through the threads in the spaces Denroyera, bat then the children call
relcctrostrike.gK stealing up on a bird, was tho panther, with a very pretty effect. Ribbon of the it candy and papa knew what the wanted.If .
< THE announcement that a machine has SAVED BY AN OILED TRACK.A and just as Tinsley reached the fence it same color ia a broader width should be The scat of'sick Headache
you nile your eye to any purpose yon will
been invented which wlll'gather cotton crouched and sprang toward the calf, used to loop them back.: Cheaper than observe that there ..reerr Kw iquare mrn
'balls, from the plant is causing a great Railroad Man's Account of whichj at the sight of the man, had stopped any of the above-mentioned varieties are 'round these days is not in the brain.; Regulate

Pdeal of. talk among New Yorkers who a running. cotton sheeting and cheese-cloth curtains, Erie Hallway the stomach and you

deal in tho Southern stuple. Some of the Thrilling: Episode. Tho pauther had cither not seen Tyns and many different designs in colors of j i'I 'f'h1.1'Opnlar Kantern IJne In running mIld it. Dr. Pierce's Pcllcfs
of the Cotton Exchange believe Icy, or was already in the air before it vrsttbulel trains, consisting of beautiful day cure
members said what is
\ Talk about fast time a rail' known as art muslin. With
any ,...
cocci I'lillnmn and
did for it attentIon nlcrj dining car,
the not the Little
machine will do paid slightest
be work arc Regulators.
success- Missouri of
these handsome
road man on tho Pacific train as effects are possible between (Cincinnati Chlraim, New York anilKonton.
Hfully and supersede; hand labor. If the the other day to ,his companion, "but I to him, but sprang right on the back of us with the better grades of materials. All trains run via Lake Chaulnnqna
tho calf it the earth. during the season, and paiuwngere hnliilng
hope of the inventor is realized the cost bearing Tynsley
have heard of that would F TOT! A
never a trip through ticket*are privileged to mop oil at this I Wisp 3,
Rbf preparing cotton for tho market will beat I made myself some then ran back, and catching up his ax, world-famed rooort. He sure your ticket read (IOun
one ,
Kbe' wonderfully diminished. years ago jumped the fence, and with uplifted ax Palm Wine. via' N. Y. U KV.. It. It. RZ"OL.RR .
nor of any half so exciting. I formerly : ,,nntia. nn* of the ruleInted V S
ft: Ax Iowa judge has given an Interest. lived at Garrett, Ind., the terminus of ran toward the pair. The calf, bleating I .. Th.JtnssSenh1inn.KMli-n\ WRB80Ntrm ., ,

Ring decision. .A man was brought be- the central division of the Chicago di.. piteously, was trying to struggle to its ;Most of the palm trIbe contain a sap Worth Thinking About. ..ee rsanuf.ctnreS all ant. .tit......
rhnloi "*
feet and to throw off the whicb fleet *
[fore him charged with drunkenness, andtlve vision of the Baltimore and Ohio Hail- IJanther, which is rich in saccharine matter, and it <-iia Binutlon .

I witnesses swore tp the truth of the road. I had little to do, and made the with its powerful claws buried in the Is from this sweet juice that palm wine. a.\.od vUordnnM' l..., OcniUnotM, Kar.., UwitmfrlM entlrnlynf*b"tad.. ... .
other witnesses hadEnecu poor creature's flesh, was draining It.life's Was YOU WANT A lAWTKa do you Mk all theattorneyi ..... sIeke.rereil ijiiiiwto"( 'iYwpfitnn .
R charge. But several railroad yards my loafing headquarters. blood wound in or, as it is sometimes called, "toddy"- that you know to h mk a bjd" and lip ""and &Stojk, thsyireuitiVei.d y ; for flntohjilnrllbrMinwnd4 ,
the prisoner an hour and a half bo- At that time the 'Billy-O' had an arrange. through a gaping is prepared. At least two methodsof then employ in. cheapen f Ix you not rather aecerpey. OBotl t.Sd.itwi b7rheci' f
Efore the time at which ho said its throat,which it had torn wIth its cruel look: for the iltomey whone skill knowledge of ; ...a\r..T.i.\ Cast-tree Imliailma wnloa I '
to all this
was ment with the Wabash to transfer obtaining to be
teeth. sap appear generally the law, and pcnon*! cnrcler will protect your are ort.D nMfor th"* nnln arth-l anrtirnjio*
f have been drunk and he was not drunk i New York freight at Auburn Junction, employed. In tho islands of tho Interest railr ,,nnrMlthl. but danmron*. Ill* H&nTij, aWEsMON
'then. The judge rendered the remark. nine miles distant, to tho east of us. The negro struck at the panther's head Pacific the snathe or flowing head of I ho WHY txjti I'OTTH SANS TOSS apply to other r"U with firm'ksoisri. mm.,srpcu:*diln .umrn-d ant l dak upon>. ft P a"'rt'.nd. \ .' '
with the ax, but, owing to his fear of line ot luitlneoe where connilenn become a are ".rao .i>4 |mfct la tvy""Ia
[able decision that an hour and a half was This done the old switch engine palm tree is bound with sennit ( .
was by up tightly licior In vnnr a\lnl"\ for Imianoe, In the purchM llit ni>oo bestow the ronuln article. and If rone I l '
and the calf the blow
I'not time enough to get drunk in, and the 642, which made two trips to the missing killing i end then cut. The sap exudes from the ol a WAUH u, S DIAMOND It cannot be rci.rrunuol.uply yon us orar P.$1OaldreUSI..Iow &
only laid a gash in its jaw and as dented lht eoniidartni: quality and price on. will rnlT prompt and oar.I *tt< ntl
tithe prisoner was therefore discharged. Junction daily. Well, one day I climbed afterwards open ,it. wound, and is caught in a cocoanut shell yid 01 cloth mar'"> dear *Intir cent, another $.'_Ulnm*alt ,.nHra f'irnl'.li.,l""on *>" f.pii.ion. .
B THE; Shah of Persia became a father ate aboard a box-car when the engine left was learned breaking 1 suspended underneath. When the juice cheap at irn rents, on. watch dear at ten dollar, SMITIl & WESSON,
With a roar of rage and pain, the brute oft soother cheap at IWHIIV. Now. to drlermin W.etionIhieyutwt. n,rlmn' "M, Ota**, '
few of merchandise to trans. reuses to another in cut the
the age of sixteen years, and all his chil- wjth iv cars relinquished its hold on the calf whichwas drop, piece thu qnottiou ol cn.apnru we mum 'ontldtr i
Kdren are well advanced in life. lIe hat fer. There were six of us in the party- ijmthe, a ficsh, quantity is obtained and Ul fh n' ndlii| ol the eiiabluhmeul which
death and
turned its
to attentIon
I eight daughters, all married. His eldest four yardmen, another fellow and my. bleeding the process Is repeated until the spatho IslI.tirely aeli the waich.
to its new assailant, at whom it 4.1 1h* U LOll of the guarantee to the pur-
I daughter Js called tho Glory of the Kings: self. We had a jolly time going down him down. fell removed. Soon, however, a new clmoi ol the waich.Sd .
I the second the Light of tho Empire, .V>. made the transfer and were to come buck sprang, knocking They flowering bead is formed abovo tho old The acknowledged merits ol the watch
and rolled in the dust the
together over
F,3 is the Prido of the Empire and No. 4 'light,' that is, with nothing but the en unable to use his ax at such close; one, and this, when sufficiently grown, belt article protected by a itrnng and re- ,<*
'Sthe' Pnrity of tho Empire. All these gine. We had all crowded on the ten. negro, is treated in exactly the same manner. mnnUie, cuarantov, will lie found the cheapeil y
to at the anI. ,
f have husbands the was and Gent Pot quarters, endeavoring get On the west of Africa the is to the id.
daughters married rich ter, signal given, ; mal's throat to choke it to death, and coast sup For further Information, lend for a catalogue
fand the Shah has promptly seized tho der, the engineer threw himself forward, obtained by'making an incision just below Io 1. V. Steven A Bro., 47 Whitehall atreel,
the big cat biting and tearing with tooth
I possessions of his .sons-in-law, with one pulled at the throttle valve, and the engine and nail and liko the crown of leaves with which a Atlanta, Ua. _
t,.exception. This son-in-law is chief jumped forward oa if shot from a snarling snapping a palm tree is surmounted. The incision

; priest of the Teheran, and ho holds his! catapult. We did not think much of fury.The slopes upwards and inwards, and the AM TEl OLDEST !PAIIILT STLND13U-
thin cotton
man having
on only a
I avaricious father-in-law in check through this at the time, Us Gent was a fine engineer shirt and and weakenedby j juice which exudes is conducted by a COMBININaSAKTICLIOrrURNITURf A Purely Vegetable Compound. without
f, religious influences. and handled the engine to suit his jeans pantaloons, small piece of bamboo into a gourd or mercury or other Injurious mineral. Safe 4 ..
the blood which was flowing profusely end sure always. For sat by all Drugglit.
We were tearing over the rail vessel underneath tho wound.
fancy. placed
& ACCORDING to who has
a gentleman ro't from the terrible scratches inflicted Full printed directions for wing with each
road crossing and frogs in a manner that The which the contains is
cently some time abroad the two sugar sap ex- Dr. Schenck's book The
spent by the great claws of the savage cat,was package. new oa !
;:,Americans best known outside their Own was frightful. Tho tender rocked as if getting much the worse of the combat, nctly the same kind as is yielded by the Lunji, Liver and Stomach SENT FRIB. A4-

l country are Mark Twain and Dr. Tal on hinges. Something must be wrong, when a wagon appeared, driven by Joel ,mgar-cane. In some countries, therefore, dress Dr.J,H Schenck ft Son PblUiielpbJaj' .
we thought, as Gent was placing our livesin the palm juice is boiled down after proper AS1Th isS "
Every sermon Talmale preach- We I is.5..i
., es mage.," said ho, '''11 published in journals in jeopardy. Climbing over the coal we f Barnes laborer, a on white the plantation man employed of Scruggs as a day, treatment, and furnishes a ( which anol....Jal.blp J.faoAf.....to be .."_.,'.1. F E Mads! Easily and Rapidly.

Scotland, England, South Africa, Austra- found the cab full of steam, and Gent Benthuysen & Co., a short distance beyond when refined, can not be distInguishedfrom paid fur on d Un>rr. W.ULI .. MONEY THISandThinkitOv.rIW.went
Ha and New Zealand. You meet very and the fireman hanging at the side of Tynsley's the best produce of tho West India band.......Mimp If.....(.or.Lu..). 1 .I t... tOO menwbahfiMr7n4fHa..
the engine. place. Islands. In other countries the is jLUucrsa atru.(10. its !': W**UI t"*lima Miniuan*In ."''n.. tboir eec .....*
R. r.
; few people in those countries who haven'tbeard This man, seeing the state of affairs, sap &1I.& tune., r.pldir_th. lbor lil*' liiht. med.mpluiiintalllb .
,Jump, boys said they; 'jump, forGod's allowed ferment I. .....nd. .. .d4.
; of tho doctor and who don't take jumped down from the scat and to spontaneously war .. JUqvIrnoplt Jof |r t
though Htm oat bisi Mlwaun txq> ,
*r* emulrr *
: a great interest in anythln you can tell sake I The throttle-valve ispuiicdclear armud with his ran to the change which occurs very quickly in hot PI Villon.mn or eld will do. IU..n...*"_ I I.aulok*alur
only assistance UMlindWhtab1uabl&
out and the engine is running whip, countries the is convertedinto I ..- .. W*ba..nnd 'ar 1110 sies within the Mil thirty '4
Clemens better thereby
about him.
\ Mr. is even of the negro, who was now beneath sugar :. d:,.. bo ant :" bat writ*t ono fur full' nu.
t known. His books are to. be found in wild. the panther, and so exhausted that alcohol, and the liquid acquires intoxicating -.----- U.M.WCXUKYM.I No.-.Ti'U J Kouta AlldT ue4'Iik. 1 all the libraries and in all the bookstores properties. AIIuUa.U Ufflve 1U4H Whitehall em.
"To jump would have been death. he was only able to push the animal's ---

-1 and any information you can give rogard- As one of the boys sail afterwards, the head away when it attempted to fasten Who will Wriuforlh* IRON FENCE

''.in$ the man is listened to eagerly," telegraph poles looked like a fine-tooth upon his throat. Burncs grabbed the cat New Oil Discovery. ANY MAN Colored People sixty STYLES ran

'Mns. MARY E. BEASELET, of Philndeli comb. The mile posts flew by with Unseemly by the back of the neck and tried to -- CZMLTEI'YLAWN' '
( *N CIA K K l"UNitr..r lurioularua4unelfiATIIA CATALOQUI rflEIJ.W.RICfATUNTAOA.
i pub, is the happy inventor and patentee rapidity. The yard foreman choke it oil of the colored man, but the A topic of much interest h a report C IIICKPOKUVa.hl...'*., ... C, I .
_ _ ___ :......... _
of the dn-
f of A barrel-hooping machine which gives claimed that a mile was covered in creature,snapping furiously at his hands, just from Kentucky -----0----.J - -- -

[ her an income of (20,000 a year; her thirty-eight seconds, and not one would refused to give up its hnlU, and only dug oovery of a mineral oil near Bowling

|machine, it is claimed, being capable of doubt his word. tit. Joo was in sight. its nails deeper into Tynsley. The white Green, in that Slate. The oil as it comes .

1 hooping twelve hundred barrels a day. Would the track be clear Only three man then belabored it about the head from the ground Is very transparent, of a EECHAM' '

lit is pot, perhaps, generally known, says miles to Garrett, with its network of with the stock of his whip, and at lost I beautiful palo pink color. Although entirely

|Harper's Bazar, that the invention of the tracks, switches and spurs. The steam- I succeeded in stinging it into leaving the : odorless when cold, it gives forth, $
j cotton-gin, which revolutionized the gauge registered ninety pounds. There colored man, who had swooned, for when heated, a delicious perfume resembling 4 PAINLESS. LL5rFFECTUA
cotton trade, and established African were no hopes of the engine dying out in attar of roses. It bums tlowly

slavery on so firm a foundation in the! five or six minutes. With presence of him.He met its attack with a crack on the and gives a clear, steady light! A peculiar IIIFWORTH A GUINEA A BOX.-.a ?

i United States, was really duo to a wo- mind the foreman dashed oil a few head that knocked it backward. Whenit thing about this oil is that, when con. BILIOUS & NERVOUS DISORDERS

'man.. the widow of the famous General words: had recovered itself it bad evidently sumed, there remains on the bottom of ,

Greene, at whose house Eli Whitney was '' 'Engine wild. Telegraph Garrett to decided that things were getting too ho't the vessel a number hard, minute stone- Such at Wind and Pain In the Stomach, fullnm and Smtlllng aft,,.Meals,

visiting when she explained her idea to clear track.' for it, so the vicious brute broke for the colored particles, which explode with Incredible Diz zln.... Drowtlnttt, Cold Chilli.Fluthlngt of If tat. Lett of ApptMt.

him, and showed him how to make the "This he dropped as we passed St. woods, but Barnes, having found Tyns- force when dropped in water, Sh rln... of Brtath Coit/nntii, Scurry, Bloichtt on the Skin Ditturbod

[ model oa which to claim his patent. Joe, and the operator, clear to comprehend ley's ax, caught it up and ran after the Sleep Frightful Ortamt and all Mtrrcut and Tumbling StniaUont, te,' .

BRUSSELS, not content with having the situation, sent it to the de- animal, which, half dead from tho bleed As A MAR leaves the barber's on a THE FIRST DO8K WILL OIVK RtLIIF IN TWENTY MINUTES. ,.

J more beautiful public buildings than any spatchers on the east end, without i ing wound iu its jaw and the terrible rain day those in the shop' turn their KtCHAH'8 PILLS TAKfH AS DIRECTED RESTORE flHAUi TO OOHPUJt HCALTH.
'call we learned afterward. There it received heads simultaneously as he walks toward For Sick Headache Weak Stomach
|other European city save Paris, has now as beating was easily overtaken Impaired
determined to rival Paris itself. King was Garrett in sight, with its tall chirn- and killed by Barnes with a single blow 'umbrella stand to see which one he Disordered Liver
; Digestion Constipation etc.
Leopold has just laid the foundations of ueys belching forth smoke; there were 'of the ax on the back of the skuTl,crush is going to take. ,
,,,... .
they ACT LUC H40IC. the .
gtlitiila rnul ul.r1'''''', .Iort..lo.-Jne' Compinto -
ian Arch of Triumph one-third larger the yards filled with freight cars and ing it in. Tynsley was so badly hurt thatat *, brln,lug buck Iii.lam tJgt.,ap".rJ'., and arouilng with' toe M08UOO Of
than the celebrated one in Paris, and it engines. As we got closer we could see first great fears were entertained that lir.ItI.g !. All. HEALTH 'h., whole/I".loal...." of ii. human rraiae. One of the bml fuaraot* .'

is announced that this gigantic work wilt men running hither and thither. The he would not recover, but, though the The high petition attained and the unlveri ANY 10' the PIIOPRIETARY N.""" .andD.bIlIiai.iW MOICl5t'I.I that fIt THE BEECHAM'I WOIlO. PILL HAY'TKI LAIUn IALI.0'

be completed by the close of the century. other yard engine was rushing madly to entire front of his body is a mass of raw acceptance: and approval of the plewwnt liquid Prepared ."'" by ruo. It frH&is. ... 0.1.... '

''. Brussels already has tho most monumental the west end of the yard. The main flesh from which the skin was torn almost fruit remedy )Tup of Flu, as the molt excellent 5oi.Sold' A..qllt.u l rtIflf/f"for lb.. .-,Ied-11"1"". p.A.f.(I II ALLEN,..., ....Co...,...Us. l M cud.n tkMib MVcaBiirSl.'ir'w'VaHi.WILL MAI I j>

:' court-house in all Europe-a magnificent track was clear. We passed. the depot to ribbons, he is getting well. A laxative: known, Illustrate value of agaci sit's I'IL".o .r., "IClCIC,.""& St&Jtxpy&y&y&J

pile, which cost vast sums of money, like a pursued victim. Palo faces purse of $::10 ws made up for Barnes by
the qualities CD wblcb Its sncccn U bawd and
watched in mad We the citizens.
and which contains some superb halls. our flight. passed -[Globe Democrat.
t The Paris Triumphal Arch cost two mil- the railroad shops, and hundreds came abundantly gratifying to the California

.[ lion of dollars; that of Brussels is to running to see the cause of the commo Inflammable mud. Fig Byrup Company .

cost three millions. It will be richly tion. The engine was in a quiver the ---- "
"You 'birdie
He- never me any more.
.ornate with sculptures, some of which bell was ringing wildly with each sway The surroundings of Elaine are not She-"Bull I think you ar. Jtut a* ninth of a
.Will be of gigantic proportions. of tho engine the escaping steam only superficially productive, but several )ay a*ever"

TUB reign of William Tell as an historical whistled as if demented, and fire blazed parties of experienced prospectors have Iprevrlbe fcmltti'i Tonic Syrup for chills RELIEVES INSTANTL
bo considered from the hot-boxes. Then we saw some been examining the mineral indication, and fever,and believe It &very mllabln h.....
character must now thing which made us think we were which give promise of undreamed-of dJ'-.1.u. D. llx rn. U. !>.. Urttut'iuru,Ala ZLY BUOTUEUa.-- Warrra- Ut,New Turk. Fries 10 tta. 1 tl
Rat he at last succumbed to
Ithe an end attacks having of the iconoclasts. doomed. The switch in tho coal chute richness. Coal in found ou both sides BroDion-**Wbo.balldwl.le wben the doctor in l\IAJClQ

i By order vigorous ofthe Cantonal Government of was open, and the long, ascent could only of the boundary line, from the count backto iliiwiireef"do It.JoI.WlUD-1'ho" coroner: geuraUy BORE WELLS ii MONEY I
end In our destruction. We looked a distance of baa to I .
he is henceforth to be leligiouslly twenty-five or forty ______ OWIi5ee5i..a lk.a.o.lT
IBchwyz excluded, from all school histories pub- again saw men working on the track, miles, and comprised in an area of 20,000 F. J. Cheney & Co- Toledo. 0.. Propra. of .u..u bO&a.LI.WccbSlVLk.7doMINESliIjk.,4. : -t.'XIHGTOH.
and then we knew we were saved. What acres or more, and the country is so Hall'.Catarrh Cure,offer fluo reward for any _&lHt:4TtR: PILSCT. "c.*..__ 5.__ 00J.KY.-...s.,.. .....w..
|uhed by authority, and it is officially easy caw ratarrb that can cot be eur.t by tak Te.tlalmIlW.li..h... I ICUl ........-.. -__. 5_ IeeeS.M..ie
ocloiined that the Tell storie are were they doing I Why, bless my soul, of acceu by a nU.-ayllne that there ft lIII"'I"Calarrb Cure. KenJ for UMUuuuiai : \\r.-: .i..........- .I."M. 0..f....._c-_...
> M ., .
>M u ..
friend, those fellows were oiling the but one way in which the coal will be free bold: by UrugtfUU." ,- P..s..p-. .5..i4 cMi 5.5..-- *
.. .
dther less than fanciful Utriode. .n s.d i.se. 5. 'I..r
more nor : ''
LOOMIS & NYMAN :: : : :
truck of the chute. We struck the brought out, and that is :::" ; Sp.ft.SIMM. ....
: Blaine.
legends German origin. The through A sulky girl may tomrl'.atnt be cured by TIFFINOHIO FREEJ .I I_............_._Ib pea,_. P..*.......Sd_
L of the Swiss who and ascent and slid up about, 100 feet, and It is only necessary to be in this coal taking her out In a bug-tfy with a seal Jiut WILIUII a. 'MITH. "'1" LIXIHQTOH. KY.
despair kept ex- then the old 042 stood still and the district with one's eyes open to see it, large enough for two. [ ___ ___ _,
ibited Tell's chapel, pointed out the wheels flew around; parks came from and competent judges affirm 1 it 'A WM. FITCH & CO.,. EiiJ'
coal : f[
where he made his famousot free by fin. KLIVB'I GREATNtKTK !! !!
(act 'pot beneath them like from an emery wheel. of the finest quality. Vast deposits of FJTfI.top(1ell ItzoTos&fl.o Ills after 11,..& ilaf" 16 J Cerearaa BuUdlac. W &IJn too. D. C.. I PENSIONSo I !
and who owned and
at the apple, Gradually the pogine slid down, the Iron ore abound: f., 'act there is a mountain ri.. )Iarvuiousrurr.. Th-atiM.Dd *: trial PENSION ATTORNEYSCatalogue' _ Pusel. ,. ...,_
ivigated the steamboats that brought wheels still in tho forward and mile Icttle ire.. In. JUI.... 131 Anb bt, fulla. l'a i .. -- .u4 ..._ see _
sedulous travelers to the shrine, may be motion some bock which U nothiu"l eve, J3 ,_ ..__ ....-... sw- I Iof =.11t?z.Z.i I::\ .. l:
thus the engine died out. We all suffered l iron ore, and oil is so much in ev I -- I ..... _*fcm* MM! _of all kiad. la "
pagi&ed. a severe shock to our nervous system :3ence that a stick plunged into the my Head is Tiredla ,.-_ u& tVso -&a ...... ... ...--I .. Make YrOinflugs. .
debt of counties has de- !
1m: gross but had it not been for the presenceof marshy land can be immediately htfc1
since 1870, but increased since mind of the master mechanic; mho by the application of a match.Elaine ANP TUMR.1 Lift ef Kii* XacktoM. ataledena
CANCER Taraa eU., VUX. Aev.l WaatetfJ
Throwing tables aside, it is found ordered the oil poured on the chute Washington, Journal. A&tKjfb.Tufc K. MOsS eV CO. T.iad., Okl*.
!that the Middle States show a decreasefofl'debt a Common ..4.t4 / .a.s.Ipbee.
not have been here .
track, I might to ... I SlAMS? 0.1, C..la "e4
of 8 'per cent., the Southern day." Georgia- Sinking Mountain. Complaint \\'. WJW.qeIrailci....1......Y.. I OPIUM ...vggwztata.w..iJ. ur.p
1 Hates an increase of 15 cent., and -' I ItDIL J.L.'tgruzJ.s.L.oee.udLbe
per 'flow fast did you go! Just Now. 0..0 fll.AI"" "C'M'Li -- -- --
[the Western States an increase of 31 tier "Well the first sis; miles were made ia The famous "alnld:! inouotaiu" PENSIONS JirW; LAW. u4Uy SUe
;: oa ... .
1014w.. .. smed
WI4u. i.eeat .
it. The increate of county debt InVest less than five minutes; the last three the Chattonooga River makes a first-class Both Mind (cvktaakACElTS......-- _II 1aI__ ParsieSvraeeu i (.w ,. PMI8G""' 11.-1.Ut. 001__
i (over 27,000,000) is easily explicable I were made in much slower time, as the earthquake barometer. Although gradually And Dody ,-.. ...... w-...... I' t. I to i esYL ..II .100_ .

by the sudden growth of tlution itself sinking all the time Pr..t 'i1tifIiiii .,. UiaT. o.I&.UlOUHAIIVo.
steam was exhausting rapidly. Its periods of l ** .me&<< 1; .If. r-
requiring or seeming to require [St. Louis Globe-Democrat. greatest disqaleU are when carthmjike* Are Made eet....It.r sew U." .1......*..' .......1&.....&eeI.'>r I : -;a. We base mold Pig. .o

Increase in county expenditure. It are racking somr remote part of the globe. Strong flyHood's L CeI.., S, *". 1*.... ('C.rleeli..! Ike I :ki1oil. -:.:: ., -
eht to be observed that while the When the $IbIs .4. i. 5. TkaUT is1.U.5.Hew Turk.HOME ._ I
Mr. Gladstone. d..pite his v.*t wraith toalmoot great earthquake occurred ilJ .. JI si.e.de .
i debt of counties, so far as reported, Java a lew atTUWf. Huut-IMtftmt,___r I T'X i..
peauliouS io.personal juati ra. 11.Sear. years ago fcinkicg Mjuctain
1143,093,840. the net debt, after de hU clock. saW Sissy arc threadbare, instantly Jomcd tea f rt-{Ztf Lou:. Sarsaparilla -.,.-.,.-Sees.4.... AI5IUU'", eau 5siws.a..4.............J-_. .... ....0.. s....III.se'ua'* .

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;rgrfai 'Hopes to All; Special which Brerard county may be 4 enabledto Dollar

'. l'a\'orlt to None. hare roads, to which time people are x Tie Great American
entitled, and should have at an early
date.The !r IfI {j}

minority Is In favor of repealing ==
EAST' COAST An"oCAtE: the act creating the County Court for t1 H ? I ? Is Divided Into 100 Equal Parts.It .

The above motto being adopted by theDcmoeratdc Brevard county* By repealing it Brevard 8 I:: had TtVExTY -
will at leant mill of 4 used to Ml you only
county save one P1 Merchant l
Minority Caucus, which tax, which now Is to the and 0 If is true the Old-Time for and pocket your
judge ao of pms
before the IJentarratto ....
brought of *
party .... would sell 1 i paper
solicitor of said else ... c: and he you
Brevard county, C. E. ChafTco, of Ankon.t court; or wo favor e i s : part, would give him nn opportunity to pocket ,
as candid.ite. for representative, i extending the Jurisdiction of the same, 0 ft OV 3('. A 2c pa'ket of harden dollar. A quart dipper, worth 7c.,
by Its motto and nominations this minority so as to take In equity and chancery cases oPci p. another a of .our ned
not exceeding $ OO, In controversy, n
trill stand of fall, and
RQ that judge >and solicitor are earning f THEN Cost you 10c. "cvenmonoy," and soon
.. the support of all the Democratic< voter a. NH Invariably brought
loving justice and equal representationat Ihclr pay. The minority I Is opposed to ..23ft m 6('., 7c. anti 8e. milk pans had to buy. ,
the stand taken the most eminent M- entire list of 'verytlllng'ou,
by *
Jurist the
their elections.' .. through old ,
prlmpry s .. prices!
3F of $10 at
Bnd ) : tr.I )bill
county Judge, regard to the astonish to figure up
Tho minority, believing that South p> &, 0 y0\1 !!. '
"Bazntr" riCe
clerkship of Brevard county, and beg O ffis'Ss will cost at
Brevard Is' entitled to representation, leave to state that the Abstract of Title ;' ::: > a and the square goods
which Is', and always lias been denied the nnd have a talk with .
Company consists of Messrs. Geo. :JI. H g GAD:: Then come around : i .
lower part of Indian River by combinations '
Robbing, Walter S. Graham, and Minor .
.: factions II by those circumstances J. P. TURNER &; CO., :
S. Jones, and that A. A. Stewart has BJI
r' united with the! true and tried Democracy nothing in common with tho same. tj ;: LJI of Low Prices.". "
,. of Urevard, brought forward C. bj I "The Leaders -t
E. Chaffee for representative, and leaving THE MuroRiTT, BUEVABD'S DEMOCRACY. g -10.
p: .
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the rest of all nominations to the rest An \
;., of Brevard, and In justice due, considering c-UJ r.! :E3e: D''Z. -

',.'.. the peculiar circumstances and resources To the People. H I>i Ya p- E. L. ,
of the lower end Indian River, .1 M m '
the minority brought forward the before Garden Seed Fertilizer:
<{ Q Grain .
mentioned gentleman for representative To tho Editor EAST CoAst ADVOCATK I ;;1 -d Groceries Hay, .
If nominated and elected, Mr. Chalice ::1 III River to my Stock of
-S of Indian ,
';.. stands' before the people of Brevnrd county Mr. Atkinson is not the man for repre .J f] b c"\ nc I call Attention of the People Yi'i.ititAnd "
ft true Democrat, and pledges himself r- I>i Oroeeries,
sentative. Ills age Is against him; his StJU>le .S;, iFttiiey
1 to support above all things, the Hon. O .
Wilkinson Call for U. S. Senator, who Is ability can bo questioned, and his residence 1i Food Products

the people's filond! and the terror of in the county has been comparatively ic Qe Of All Kinds. Also My Stock of 'F

corrupt land grabbers and corporations. short. We have littlo assurance go tj 0 lh'anCotton Seed Meal
The Grain Hay ,
majority stand tJlfurotho
people but that ,
Mr. Atkinson at distant ,
may no .
; with a full ticket to oppose South Breard 4 r CD m Grnnnit Fowl nml Wheat. \
in any request this portion of Brerd clay, ace and take advantage of a :; g''VV"1.111..a.c:1. house Indian River dealing CXchllllvely In the above lIno of
I the on
t. may ask In regard: to representation; better opening in another part of the Goods.am I buy only cloRe, and will sell lose. I invite your correspondence and solicit

demands the support of voters only, state, wherein to make use of Ids legal truly .. ...
patronage. Very .. ..
t y matter as to democratic it your 3'
principle, ability. In other words, ho is not so 3 a. 31. I3R: 1
imimcd the right In the lato convention
::1 .i introduce, n*' delegates: well-known truly resident and Identified with the : :: ru.tO3., WALTER S. GRAHAM, '
I republicans, to aid political bouses in people as we should desire, being com Drayman. GEORGE M. ROBBINS,
feathering their own nests at the expenseof paratively little known out of Tttusvllle Hauling done at reasonable rates. At- AttorncyatLaw.Robbins. AttorncyatLaw.Graham.
the people, and to destroy the w 111 of and vicinity. Again, Mr. Atkinson's tends all departing: and meets nil arriving -
those who are entitled to a voice-the manner of address is to bo assailed; his trains. & .
farming population of South Brevard. manner of meeting acquaintances, not to Orders left with O. B. Humph oral .
which greatly differ from the upper end say making acquaintance with strangers, ADVOCATE office will receive prompt ,
of the river. The minority ask the support Is stiff, constrained, and -.well, not attention.'
of the democratic voters, as the tno pleaaant, cordial, easy address we Dealers.
principle is pure and simple democratic: should like to see our representative A. F.1.'Wosohcr, Real Estate \

and It demand. of their standard bearer possess. TITUSVILLE, FLA.,
to insist, If elected, upon a simpler form And again, Mr. Atkinson has, unfortunately
full of Metallic AND ETCIIA2 GED.
of government; government "by the been repeatedly accused of Keeps a supply Wooden .ind ALL KINDS OF PROPERTY BOUGHT, SOLD, ( \

people, of the people ind for the people; drinking rather more than Is well for an Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Company. ; '
the greatest good to the greatest masses." aspirant for public office for representative Collins, Cases and Caskets. '

The majority is opposed to the northern of Brevard county.It Funerals. attended If desired. All orders Titusvillc Erevan Co. Florid f"< '
clement, and foreigners, who comes would ho supremo Impudence for promptly executed, and at reasonable ,
to live : us and share ono man to question another's use of rates. Embalming done. 2 "
among our happiness, P. O. Box, 230.; ,
blessing and burdens with us; to take liquor when In private we aro life looking; but tho for case public is altered We Buy and Sell All Kinds of Kcal state, nnd are Sole Agents for a'i i )i

part in our political and county afTalis. officer T. 'VV". JS3VHTH large list of carefully-selected Properties in all parts of Brevard county. .
-a servant of tho people-a "
The minority of the Democratic<< party of for Brovard and it is representative and RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, location and value of any Pro- "
; any
Brevard county not only warrants those
that may come among us to live amongus every man's right and duty to speak out Drayman, perty on Indian River. '
in such matters. Our facilities for the transaction of a general; Real Estate business aro unequalled
to live do
we extend equal to them right: our] nay hands, wo, and more welcome -, I am well aware that it is not necessary Will attend to all kinds of Hauling, and every effort will bo mado to give perfect satisfaction to Intending Purchaserswho

them amongst us as a token of to bo a disciple of either Chesterfield or promptly, cheaply and.cxpedltlously. may favor us with their patronage. '
friendship, and extend them the rights Hummel, nor to bo a total abstainer to ;No Properties listed units the Title I Is Perfect.
4 of American freedom and equality. As ably perform legislature! work, and amply Will deliver baggage for passengers Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring largo bodies of Low- ?:'"

equality In our guide, liberty the jewel, 'ful/111 the expectations of constituents arriving or departing on train or steam- Priced Lands.
extend ; nor again, on tho other hand: is It '
HO is the right to citizenship part boats. Write for Descriptlo Catalogue. .
'. of the foundation! of American D mocra. necessary to bo admitted to the bar to I
'. cy. Vfo invite every democrat, from 'know good law; and be cfllclcnt In the Can bo found at the Railway Station\ EDWARD ---ALBEUT A. TAY .OH.- ,
enactment modification
.,, whatever State, country, or part of the as may bo or beneficial to the of such state laws and or at'my residence in South Tltusvillo.
ho hall know Terence.(
globo may we no
Democracy Is democracy tho world over county; but a polish of appearance and STILING & TAYLOR ;
; address, and the faqulty of making acquaintance U. S. Mall Carrier. I 5
It lias been so for centuries;even Athens, .
of old, ancient Greece, had it democracy; easily and quickly, which '
and ages; have not lessened its value to generally gives the chance of hearing,
mankind. Tho minority docs not invite aro points importance in a representa- W. HENDRY, COCOA INDIAN RIVER FLORIDADEALERS

any of the old carpet-bagger; associations tive.Such
I nor their kindred blood hound of 187(1. qualities in themselves would Dealer in IN
give a representative the attention of his
As the transportation companies are colleagues:; and enable Mm to interest
Hardware Stoves Tinware &
<, oppressive to our people In all their deal- and draw their attention to his work and General Merchandise Agateware :
ings, and are charging rates that will his support. .Some of the bluntest, most ,
ruin most any farming community, the unapproachable, most unpromising of PLLMBEKS' & MILL SUPPLIES, OILS, GLASS & PUTTY, TABLE
minority demands that our candidate men-men also addicted to drink -have DRY GOODS, for & POCKET CUTLERY, BA1UJE1) WIRE, WIRE NET "
representative, if elected, shall demand o.t. WIRE CLOTH. *
able orators
proven legislators, -even NOTIONS,
the aid of our next legislature to give tho ;.;
statesmen; but we know this to bo tho .
Railroad Commission power to regulate exception, not the rule, tho last of these STATIONERY,
rates on the waters as well as on land, attributes having proven in most cases s
to the satisfaction of tho producing disaslrlous. Choice Groceries,
class the tillers of the Florida soil. The
As between tho two, Mr. Chaffee } Sl..r
minority, therefore, brought before the stands scrutiny best. MIMS, FLA. I 5 i+ tbe W rsf'tnlinDttoW. .- = -1'1 Fr ,
of Bruvard candidate "
people county a E. P. 1'ORCUER. r '" 0
largely interested In agriculture, especially o "J'r
Courtney, Fla., Sept 17, 18SK\
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lu the staple crops of South Brovard, KNOX the Painter ,
and therefore is not, and cannot, be tlu l' rp "" :
".talumlattornoy of any corporation, of PLAIN SEWING NEEDLEWORK AND '..... :: .v'.
Will do any and ALL KINDS of PAINTING ''J.o.;
nature and this candidate is
latover ... l" ':.. ,. f*
E. Chaffee, of Ankoua, for represenThe EMBROIDERY. such as House and Sign Work, -- <> ...
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.Ivo ANNIE SIMMONS offers her Graining in Distemper or Oil ---.-- _.........'I :....-- ,....--- .- *r
.s minority demands the better cdu- MRS. Colors Paper Hanging or J'' '
In tho above line to the ;
r4.' don for tho children our State,:. wo Ladies of Tltusvillo. Prices moderate. Stencil Work, Antique Doors, Sash, Blinds, :arl.ok: : 1 1ft
savor longer school terms, and desire to attention.Iloiue "
; make It the duty of limo State to furnish Prompt and Mosaic Glass Lime & Cement, Shingles & Lath. -
,Main Street near Ice Factory.
schools and education to the children of Stain.
tho masses, and the satisfaction of our Special attention to Natural Wood Guns, Ammunition, and Fishing Tackle of all kinds. Ship Chandlery Goods, ';,..:
citizens. John 1Wo.A.111.s"tor: Finish. Cause Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasoline /Stoves, Coffins and Cask .'
I, ets; ARTESIAN WELL PIPE a specialty. Lawn Mowers Ice *'
We charge the majority bosses with All articles of Furniture made to looks
CONTRACTOR FOR Cream Freezers; Brick, Lime, Cement and Chimney Pipe;
the intention of repealing, through their well as new. Estimates and work Flags and Bunting; ; Table and Pocket Cutlery; 'tt, .
candidate, if elected, the homestead exemption ARTESIAN WELLS I lone anywhere on Indian River. Frcttnal Side Lights, Mouldings, etc., etc.
.' laws of our State, and denounce Office on the ladder, TITUSVILLE, FLA.
I Catalogues, sample cards And sire diets Bent free on application. Correspondeno solicited and
this action as undemocratic, as It is not
W. 1C. KNOX. 1 elUwateli furnished promptly.
Iran Gnllle Fin. 4
In strict compliance with "the greatest ,
the and Is intended --- -'----'
good greatest masses, -
to make homeless many a wife R

and children; for, with the homestead- J. S. Watson Co. / .T
exemption being a protection against a i
privileged few; therefore the candidate
of the minority is pledged to maintainand ,
defend the rights of those who require

\. protection from a privileged few, COn nliss10n
and keep secure the home of the poor,
and the wife and children of .such men,
who by misfortunes, or otherwise, are AND .
put In a position to be made boraeles, if
it were not for the homestead exemption Tills Reserved.FOR
laws of the State of Florida. Repealing FORWARDING MERCHANTS
such at this time would deprive the poor *
of their homes, and aid In swelling the
bank accounts of lawyers, at the expenseof
the tillers of the soil in the various Dealers in Fertilizers .

branches of agriculture, and therefore ,
the minority welcome the Farmers' Alliance .
and Fruit Grower associations, to P. HciidcrNoii & OO'N Garden Seeds
aid us to maintain the protections our .

rights people their of now the retained enjoy people,attorneys.against and to corporationsand defend the SAM RAY. Orange Boxes, (Crates &: paper.CEMENT .

The minority favors free ballot; it

condemns the 8 ballot box law, and demands PLASTER 4 HAIR. AGENTS FOR OCALA
the repeal of the same, and favorsI LDIE.
adoption of the Australian system of Agents for the C. F. T. REFRIGERATOR CARS.
!ding elections Florida, which has
)ved superior to any mode In use, In II Will Furnish Can When D .dred. and tee that they are properly LOADED ICED BILLED f
f State that has adopted the same. and TRACED to Declination.

Is the interest of Brevard county U We will Buy all kinds of Fruits, Vegetables Furs and Skins in fact

...ch, and the people do demand public '. : ._ '. ,,' y. +-'f.-." Wi will Boy and Sell anything offered to us. ; ,
roads, we, the minority, through our .
candidate U elected will insist that a .,< Correspondence solicited on'any wants you may have.
toad system be adopted lu Florida by ,
w Respectfully J. S.
.. WATSON & CO' .. '

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