East Coast advocate
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 Material Information
Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: September 26, 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: UF00079908:00111
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Succeeded by: Indian River advocate

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of .' this olllee. fi4tMi. late: millinery,,' owned by 5In. Scrhugeour. ,
: C1H'IK'It. ...- guavas. .
l'reaehlnA' every Ral>1>at1i at 11 a. m. and T::toin. Empty whisky barrels for sale.. J. ". Hany Wllth'lI. of (Clifton was
SuMwth "School at \1:30: lu in. l"rajor and Ornrral Gn.-l|> In conniption -Miss' Allto Mai'tin, of 111,111101Cnll1l: 'j
'. J). Cial.lt: A.: (' s. Tltim lllo.Rev. town :a day or so this week.The .
Ing; every \\cdneKilaj eteningatT5: :! with Inillnn Kltrr, KIII! Lake Worth *<..- ( I up to town last night.Mr. '

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Events} About IVojtloou at the iuniteily ronfm-nee, at City l'nh.: Youths nnd 'Hoys'Hats' me just for his homestead on Bnnnna: Klvui.Mr. '. j'
y' t'HfHCH. Know, nod IVoplcnu I>,...', Know. '
sale nt (Goldsmith n Joseph Paxton of Rockledgo
It and Point, hnnday.Dr. put on ,
Preiu'liinz onr3'&th Similar at a. u+ 1.1..1..1.,10 liy Our So My Kd.toi.Get '
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layer p meetings Thumlny lit 7J4 p.in. ,Yo S. Graham has been on li: few -Captain: (f. Leo Is In town again, meeting of tho East: Const Tinuspor\ t =" .

,, Rev A. 1>. ClIIIEX.I'.t"r. tl e.Amoc-ATK at Dr. Scieten's. days' visit to )It.. and Mis..1. Walton, having! lehuntd'fuestltyfrtnthis, trip tatiou l',. "

Eau Oallto. north -'l'Ie'll'IIIIIO whistle of tho tat
Five Cents per copy.Adwitiscments. pay : ,,'
CATHOLIC CHURCH. was heard: on Wednesd: und the einplo- '
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Mans and Sermon at 10 n'rliH a. .,... Sunday under this heading Carpenter ,,wanted with .Ihst-<']lasi -Preaching ees of flue J. T. &. K. W. Ry were matin .
'nornlng at iMjionic hall. I referl'n""II.ellll'e lI, Cnpt. 1'. E. Illeli- next Sunday: illuming nUll exeitlng, by tho of their "I1'
are ten cents per lino per w eek.Gents .- happy by receipt long-delaj-/ ,
Rev. Father O'IIt"'LF.l'a'tur. aids Eden lit.Mr. "
I the Rev J. X. Iunes.Mr. cd fttipiud for July. '
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Goldsmith- stjlish Bros. T. (J. lioii.ild; who has been J. S. Ferguson, manager of the -Mr.( E. I). Raney shot n largo] rattlesnake f

METHODIST C1ICRCH. I visiting several places north for some \'I'IIknon' Diimmit last; Friday.] Tho snako: had }," (,IIIltllIIW,1 \ 'v
:.lTenchlnte\ery I.t and tlilnl SumlnMi' at II -Dr. \ left hero oraitgo gum, was ( i
Wiley yesterday on a nail Mr.( Gruber was marching: ): a
Id. and 7 H.miluv fvluml : Smuliij lime past! returned hero Friday evening(, In ,
in. m. eterj town ,
p. Wednesday I '
It oil to tho river to wash tho .fkin 11l'11. =
|at 0:30.In.II lire eunihtlly, invited to attend.! visit of n couple of days Apopka.. nod left fur the hume of his at \t '
parent '
i .1. N.loxi: l'Mtnr. -Miss Susie Brown, of LakeVurthi, w e saw" 11. ; ,
-J. Wntson A- Co. niuhcndtjuailei'sMrs. Urantley on Monday's steamer I )
,-- expects\ to \teach it writing I l'Ia"lIllI Tit us- "' ''
1tECT01tl'oxHa.1r. for nil ]dIll1" ot fel'tlllzc1't. : "
Lower River. 'f'fJ ,
.TITtS\'tLI.t: } -Xcw goods me now opened GoM.IImlth yule\ shortly-prohably"next month "

R. Rnnson anti little daughter: liras, dally. Ladles eanilnd theit) ;.. 1-
Special offer this month of 1aIII's't.tW -- .' I/O
1'F.LIVtUb : \
*, ojven from 8 a. in. until R i>. m except dttri of Canaveral; arrived, In town yesterday Flannel IHouses in all styles and. patterns ( ) and $.OO .'r't+nrh kit! shoes for$:.'.iJO [Job printing: neatly executed at the"I. .. I .
i Inn time distribution-, mull; a1l11"n Hum lavsf '::Miss Kate Hamilton of City Point, Also licit Caps for Misses, and Small and *:l.0.. (;ON'. U. liumph. ,* AimuvAiKotllrp. Kel: .thing mil
nun H to 9 a. in. when train or steamer Is late on.ttaturlly j new, I
[ 'enlllg., started for Minis on yesterday morning'strain Sashes In vni'lelles. -For choice] ;Tares, pineries vegetable of the latest style.] ,)' 1 ". ,

MONFV OltPFH OFHfK to see after her place.Mr. Conductor Vlllilet wIlli has been emplowed gardeiiH: null hummock lands, np- Kilns Matter hall /greatly Improved mho / ,. :. I

I&upen from 8 a. in. until 4 1>. in.nuiim Jno. B. Beach who ]has been on the main line for the past: few ply to D. P, Gibson Sebastian, }'II'., '0-2t ""Iowa" by recent lemodeling.Mis ,j'. '

;IIFU toTTtIIH spending the summer north, started for weeks, i'etui'ned hue Monday, nnd expects -Do you owe Mlling & Tnjlor, the .\. II. Humor, of Lnwicnce, Mass t
Ate d lh crud from 8 a.11. until 81" m.
,; his homo Melbouino on Saturday:! to leave with his' family, next haidnaio] nail palut dealers, Cocoa nny will join her husband at Ankon.i: No- ft t
morning's steamer.J. week for Jacksonville, where they will :? If nod \cmlKr.Gco. .
tiling no them
From the North-fl.n: p. m. go pay ; they
!w n' Front till South-fl to 12 11011.'. S. Watson & Co ('allllll'ply you 1'1'111,10. need the money, U. Humph's tiado] boat, "Iiono" : .
was on the lower river recently Tho
with flesh garden seeds cheaper than F
I l't"'AUTI'RK. -Mr. nnd Mis.! Jno. H. Stuns and genial Mr. Carroty Is always welcome.Georgo r .
l ...rthIIIII.l-do.e8' *J$ a. III.I you can send off and get them. Try us, ;
I 'lIthhollull-4S a. m. anti see for ourselves.! -- daughter, Miss :Sadie; ; and Mrs Unionjuest ] A. Sa\ ('r nail A. U. Hamor of ,

4 Wo shall ] to's t. of Courtney were In town Wed Ankona, wcio Williamson's of Micro, \
H. C. ScitiMi.toi, -Mr. and Mis. U. D. Ilendrickson; : be pleased ::i (
Beyt. 5th, 1JO. roHtnmstcr.PRIMARY | receive a sli.no of jour ?:,: nesday.Mr.]: last week buying Tllnldad plnenpplo s
of Lake Woith who married last "'
were ,
for their flume '
i< I .\Vurk-envelopcs, C.I plants plantations.Thomas ,
week iiitUcd In town Friday, mid left, o {] 10ltl'r-IIt'II'IIuutt--he\tls] : rla and Mis E. I'. :lII'(2I1l'I'n. ol A. ,.,.."'

ELECTION.TKIKSOK next day, on a three weeks weddingtour. 'g I bill-heads] stateinentsj :I .. London Teiin ; .nod Mr. Geoigo Lain- the 'fl\m'mnn\"f\ ]Ankonn Injure had his't

fMr. P5 "I' anything, else. hint t. of Palm Death, were reglsteted foot, Hi-ently. Wo arc glad( to state that .

and Mis. Call Curtiss, who j hate ----- the Grand View last night. he Is rapidly recovering from tlio Injury. ': {

been spending some days nt their place b -Mr. and Mis. E. L. Moore, of Ohan, Tho Nt. Luclo River region I I.* rapidly\ \ I.< 11,'" ,;

STEWART, RAY, BOWMAN, on the lower river, retained here Sunday :! >f, Y., aJ'1'ln.llll'l'lI Tuesday for the benefit routing the rout CII\lltal\.glllll/llI\ \ ,;' ;;'' > "
\ -J. Watson A" e.! .. want 1,000 boxesof of their health. anti whero a few years ago, the nmnateu '
morning They me stoppingut ]basked in peace and comfOlt. can now bu '. ,k}: +
Messis. Chase and Bralnerd, of .x the Indian River Hotel. heard the busy hum of industry nail '

---:' Averillcamo up to town In the '\'ulkarla home of the most stylish Uoys' 'and Cuptnln A. Bennett and Mr. Clunks manufacture. i- ','J',

Wednesday, for lumber, and returned Voiiths' butts, long or short'pants, art Smith of Eau: (Gallio., came up yesterday The very boys down this wny, havo i/' '" +

The Assessor'< Office In Doubt. tho same day. Mr Chase looks as if to lie found on the counters of Goldsnffth nfteinoon on [ellllril. Hodgson Bro.'ssharpie the pineapple fever. Tho prevailliiKwords ,
Pro slips suckers rations 'h
Averill agreed with\ him.Stlling Bros. Belle, and will return again this They catch tlio contagion from their :,i i,

& Taylor, hardware nail, paint -To 1\I'\'h'o at Goldsmith Bios. : A afternoon. sires, Frank Chalice Is now dealer In '
told with returns "'
Tho story, briefly ,
all tho Fort Drum dealers, Cocoa Fla., weie burned out, Lugoariety of Towelings Shuetlngs, -Colonel J. X. Milpling, Republicannomineo choke vniletlcs. Alt newcomers are attacked '
from precincts except by this fever soon after they ar.I'lvu -
Table] Cloths] and Other Household
for fiom tho 2nd
but-aro again In business in their storeon Congiess
and Canaveral Is ns follows: In our happy community. Wo nun '. ,
Atkinson, 101 majority the wharf. Go there and express Goods, In a few\ days District, will n'ddiess the peoplo of TI. ronsldfiing! the profits of the Intrixluctlon ] -

Stewart :3T: your sympathy to the amount of your Money Money I Money I II to tus\lllo on October Oth, and Cocoa and of this fever Into "foreign pints," by "

Ray :34 indebtedness.] loan on real estate. Apply to Robbing llockledge, at Olennder Point on the Inoculation.] Cannot Cnpt. Wchnrelll IIiK. ,,
cover Homo "geim'1 or "inlciota?" ,
Cieech 13 1"tI;
Graham Fla. Oth of October.In .
Titus\ille : \
No reliable returns have been received Major C. B. Maguider; of Roekledgo live the plnenpphsny we !alit ". )
his Lieut. Swift, U. S. Signal office of the non-nti'ivitl of {
from Fort Drum or Canaveral up to 11a. came up on Monday's steamer, on consequence 1, HOI SGOC-u.: "f, : 11\ .
way to Ocala, where his piescncowas Titusvllle, started for Jacksonville on our material front Philadelphia, wo are .I. i
Stewart mil Ray's nomination
m. required in connection with tho phosphate Monday moinlng. He has gone for the again[ compelled] t<> glvo our renders] a Fort Pierce. ;' '
be considered certain. It is ,/
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syndicate which Is about to be purpose of escorting his family here wide margin, which wo hope will bo : ; '
reported, unofficially, that Canaveral has where to remain four ohvh\tollnext week. '! r',-<
started there. they expect jears. 'I I
I- given a majority for Sanders, and If"Foil Mrs. Wllsey made tu a 'brief[ call, oil + + "
I -Ir. H. A. of the lumber They are expected In Titusvlllo this i
Hodges, : For tho her to Edeu. if'
Drum docs what Joo Swain promised, at -Fito at Cocoa next ten way ./ .

the banquet, a few weeks ago, sho would firm of Hodges & Godfrey, Satsuma evening days wo will dispose our entire stock Fort Pleico IlIlmllllllll6Ci a gioat many 'f ."', \ "

Y do for Sanders, Creech's majority will be HightM, has been doing a fair[ share of -The Indian River .Steamboat Co.'s of goods damaged by lire nt your own strangers:: In our midst. ;
business in town this week. Ho left for dock left hero at live o'clock
: overcome; between these gentlemen it I dry Monday pi'lets.: This stock must bo removed In Hairy Harvey's cottage, tlio glen cottage .<'
+" will\ bo very close. other places down the river yesterday, morning, In tow of the steamers St. order to make Improvements. Come by the ways 'looms up at distance\ a

';( Our space foi'bids giving tho votes by and Is expected back to-morrow evening. Laicio and Georgian, and arrived at Eau early and secuio bargains.! Smiling & The }fol'hl! : Canning: Company 'have i.

Straw I have Gallic at 2:30 tho samo day. It 'is a bought Mr. M. K, Hall's general merhandlhe .'i t '
precinct, In detail. licrry plants. 10,000 Taylor, Cb1'wo !.''':'.
stole<< building land and st how
: gust young, well-rooted plants (Newnan'svariety massive-looking: structure; but longit
as we were arrived on the pious the fol ) which I will deliver to any address will stand thu boring propensities of will-known! gentlemen of our Mr. W. If. lioweii returned last week,
lowing telegram : tow n-Messrs. Belcher Gelger-are
from J.llku'orth where ho has brawn dinIng
FonT DUIM, Friday morurng.. on Indian River at W.30 per thous barnacles] and other denUens of Indian about to enter Into tho mcicantilo business some carpenter, work for Mr. Hendiickson. -

Returns as follows: and. Send cash with ,).....Ier. C. C. River, time will tell. With the deepwater having bought the stock of Mr. '"

20 Converse, Brantley, Fla.Mr and rock at Eau Gallio, would it Saw Itar' who retires. They will keepon I"
Atkinson, largo rand varied stock of tI..tC Mrs. K. A. Glen loft Fort Pierre for her I
Chaffee, 4 Harry Richards, of Eden, started not have been cheaper in the end to have homo v4':
,y ] I staple goods, groceries e1<<:., In the In Tampii, after n visit of two ,
t Woolen, 20 for Jacksonville on Monthly morning's excavatotl a drytlock] ashore] with' lock new building on the corner of Washington mouths to ]her filend., Mrs. Dora Tublm.' ( '

; Stewart:) 0 train to meet his wife, who has been on gate, coquina wall, and woikshops and avenue and Main street, just built Mrs. Glen] In. president of tho W. C. 1'. U. .

Creech 2tt 1. a two months' visit to her relatives in warehouses around the dock ? We ho- by Mr. Bay They expect to open on also a wiltcrof no little note. She wad ,
Sanders the first of October.Mr. much pleased with her tip, mid we aro 'It '
Hay, 20 Xew Jersey. She had a rough sea trip have this dock cost about 4000. lit' hopes wo will hear fiom her again ', '
-- P. J. Kevins, of Merrltt, who V1I
Dixon 8 .
going north, so she returned by train. Tourists and invalids who are look has been on a trip to New YOlk, returned soon. I .

"Sale of School Hooks. )Ir. and Mrs. Richards left on the steam ing for "a home from home," would do to Jacksonville on tile popular C'lydo Quite a crowd of young folks left 'here .

[Published by request.] er this morning for their homeClearView well to try the Treutler Hotel at Eau: Co.'s steamer /Seminole] at one o'clock /Sunday, on tho sloop] "Magic"\ for the* "
Tuesday, after I a pleasant bead In search of ..
Villa Eden. I' m., very ocean sea grape, It
Chapter S450 ((So. 44) Acts 188.1, page Gallic. at that hotel is In
Everything; passage:: on Grand Old Ocean. The trip, with a jug of water and} a bag of candy ,. ;, ?
11. -The attention of our readers Is drawnto excellent order; I it ,Is charmingly located on the whole was an uneventful one, by way of refreshments, and plenty] of '
school officers from .
fe E{ An act In to school prohibit text bor>ks. the advertisement of Mr. Geo. Altree, oaths high banks of Eau Gallle 'River, except that the Seminolo p.issed througha music[ thrown in. After a stroll of two .' ,;' ,
dealing ]large quantity of a dusty kind of scumcalled miles and a call at the houso of refuge "
The people of the State of Florida, which' will be found In another column.It and commands extensive and picturesque ,
whale food, which wo believe Is wo returned homo lu excellent] spirit, 'hi, i
represented in Senate:) and Assembly, do is hill intention to start in business in views for many miles. Our northern not only] a favorite food for whales' but and good appvtlU J,; r

enact as follows: this town, as a broker and general commission readers, when they visit Indian River Is used for rnelIcallurl"1IC1l1UI well. It ,
Section 1 No superintendentorschool Quito a largo crowd graced the residence ,; [
agent, and any of our readers, the coming winter, should stay over a sometimes covers the ocean for many "
board of any county, or any person officially of Mr. 'Enoch: Whatley a week ago ,.f
miles and the peculiar sight causes some
connected with the government or who want to buy or sell anything in his few days at this hotel. There in a steamer little ,excitement the passengers \last Friday evening tu attend a bill ':?'' ;:
direction ofpublic schools, or teacher line would do well to consult him. He and boats In connection with It; and Mr. Xevlus left for home on Thursdaymorning's given In honor of the occasion. Every"f'. ..

thereof shall reeehe any private fee, will occupy Mr. Ray's store. the ow ners-Mr. and Mrs. Treutler-will steamer. thing went off nicely 1 dancing continued ';'>.' I
gratuity donation or compensation in until tho woe small 'hours; refresh' ,
any manned whatsoever, for promoting -Many of our readers no doubt remember make it pleasant for their guests. Eau -The Rev II. IIlc, of Satjford-assisted menu were served. grand style fort '

||" the sale or exchange of any school book, :Mr Theodore Titus, who was Gallie not far from the Atlantic ocean; by Revs. J. N. Jones and T. J. llerto was well represented, the 'holies\ '. .

.map or chart, In any public school, or bean bookkeeper for Mr. George Ensey sometime has deep water close to its banks; has Nixon, presiding elder-preached at the In full evening <<:costumes looking beautl '. ,
I agent for the sale, or the publisher Methodist church, Wednesday evening, fu'[ ', the gentlemen, gallant. .
to home this week shore and bluffs and I
News high
school text book or be directlyor ago. came a rocky pretty before a fair congregation. After delivering '
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RQ any iiulinfctly pecuniarily interested In the that he was admitted to the bar, List 'scenery. It is to be the terminus of the a very eloquent sermon, the rev. The' following i U the number of vote 'r

(Introduction; of any such text book; and Saturday, at Thomasville, Ga., the judgeof I Indian River Steamboat Company's fleet, gentleman strongly exhorted those ou cast at the democratic primary hero
show Tuesday: For representative Chaffee
forward ;
bard seats to coma ,
.'any such agency or interest shall interested disqualify the court passing a high compliment Supt.V.. B. Watson being now on the their willingness tu do good unto the U; Atkinson, 11. For county clerk; 't o:. '

from any holding person BO school acting office or whatsoever -, upon the ability and sterling worth of ground arranging things In general; so Lord, no matter to what sect (religion Stewart, 11; Wooteu 13. For sheriff i' .
t any who is ] those who need rest recreation belonged and availed them Bowman, 21 ; John (ulncy 1. For collator ./ ..
| and shall be deemed a misdemeanor, this young lawyer; hardly twenty or can they ; many :

d upon conviction the party so offend- years; of age It must be very gratifying; to get It by stopping' at the Trentler! Hotel, selves of was the opportunity.attentive The throughoutthe congregation 11' ; Creech; Hall, 12.,: 2J. For For assessor treasurer:Mandcn: Dixon, .;!, ;)1:iX, ::

g; hall dollar be fined in a sum not not exceeding less than Mrs. M. E. Titus to learn the tidings of Eau Gallle, where the rates are f:2 per entire service very and we were pleased 10; hay 8. for solicitor: Sanders, 6; ,}.

I fifty thirty wya.Approved. or Imprisoned her son's success, and the ADVOCATE rejoices day with special arrangements by the to note* the Christian spirit that pre DeSteuben! 2j; Gaulden', Ii; Summt-illo ,.." :.J* ,,
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RaU Coast AOCi.I THE NATIONAL CAPITAL .fct1x4se wttfr nut 1 conToronw report 'foa i the balance rocfYef whcn at the the time SpAt of the slug silo superior*n3 t NEWS 'OF'THE SOOTH,

the land grant forfeiture bill The hnuw GEORGIA NEWS MIES. the confirmed the sale. _
decided-yen* 63, nay 137..nof to toil court has
-- T eider the conference report Mr. llaagen The rains since the 1st of Augmt hart BRIEF NOTES 'OF AN INTER.

TITUSVlLLE : FlORIDA. WORK OF THE FIFTY-FIRST then called tip the diction '1I.o. A Vote PICKED ITP HERE AND THESE made a vast difference in the cotton in (crop heorgift ., E8TINO NATURE.
CONGRESS. Wa then taken and announced ft*: Yen*, ,nd the present outlook l is that
I- _----- 130 the clerk THROUGHOUT THE STATE. Vast 25 cent bort.'I .
; nnys, 15-- noting n \iiorum. It will be at per
Mr. Hitugcn immediately demanded the -- his Information comes from the c11.)1l\rt.) mny ITKMS n '.ALt :IT, I!TnjBOCTHEBN '

t People who are alarmed about hypnotism I'ntICJtltDtKOS 0'" THB IIorjSR AND BENATR ;previous quo tl,,". )Ir. Cbcadle, of Indiana I Cedartown Is to have a chair factory. moot of, agricoltur hich says: StATES THAT n.t.'ENTKR..

should, recollect- advises the Allan nniF.rF.DDKLiBenATtos oven MAT- opposed the majority revolution Nearly town in the state fa moving "Onr rp"ott fir the ""nflat..n or cent the o.nn urN THE EDJa.ACtxB PinE,
TEn or MOMENTOUS INTEREST TO OUR n 'A ttpr\rn\ t..'. tl* "Ihlic..n. of .Kg on' t'ptember: tAt WQS 81.r FLOODS, EC.
la ConrtUulian, that no person can bt C'omOJ ('0tJ'l'ITnY.-1'IOTEI' .' houso ,could n.t afford to vote Tenable in the matter of artesian wells. crop average.! That was 8 falling ott of -

hypnotized the first timo against 1 1wilt. hi* out and Langiton in. When Mr. Cheadle The date of the Catoosa county fair bat twelve points durinll Angust. This was General Joseph "Wheeler was renomi-

Nobody in danger so long Tho approval of the journal of Tut'l.daY'1 concluded he was greeted with applause 1 Again been changed to tho 30th of Sep due to rust caused by the excessive rlln, tinted for congress, without opposition
proceedings of the house the tember.A the third Alabama district
was by the democrats. The case then went Hid the same cause will\ depreciate by the democrt
",' u ho \* unwilling to submit to a hypnotic first question presented to tho house over until Thursday. The speaker an. colony of Texans will noon settle in condition of the crop at least ten Bomts convention.The .

Operator. when it met Saturday morning. The announced his signature too river and Fort Valley, attracted by the superior Inducements lIuro by the time our October report democrats of the seventh conga

\' -__:_ journal was approved. The journal of harbor bill, and then the house, at 5 of that place. ro/iio in. The rain of the past month SIOBB! district of Tennessee, after .castingover

,'r; r- Wednesday, Thursday and Friday: were o'clock, took 'a recess until S o'clock, the IJInkt'ly now bpasts of a fine Alliance :have made the rust much worse! COd 1,500 ballots, were unable to agree

Tha centennial of the discovery of coati read and and approved without objection, evening session being for the consideration warehouse for the members of the order ,here is already t-n additional damage oren upon a nominee, and adjourned to fet
then "
la Pennsylvania will be celebrated in last the house proceeded to pay its of bills teported by the committee Id that section of the state. point since the hat of September. nt Franklin on October1 1st
of to the of
September next tear. It wan ft hunter the late Senator respect James B. Beck.memory After military In affaire. Numerous laundry factories are being The national grange will meet In At- Another biff enterprise was set on foot

: named Jhlip! Gioter who made the discovery I addresses! by Messsrs, DunneD, of Minnesota the from senate the on Wednesday: Sherman I established in Georgia town This it aft tents beginning on November 12th. The for Winston, N. C., Saturday. A company -
committee l .
; McCrcary, of Kentucky Stone on foreign relations : notable sign of improvement. vfsion will lust prolwbly' eight days.With was organized to establish a big
Mauch Crock Mountain in ; reported a resolution which
on everciscs
was -first day
for the wholesale
Kentucky; Blount, of Gooraia; Hen The farmers of Henry county sire now tho exception ice factory there, trade
Carbon County, and therefore the pro.OIod derson, of Illinois; Carauth, of Kentucky: agreed communicate to, requesting to the the president to raising n larger percent of stuck lit home Urn mectins fiT the! body will W generally, Capital itock $25,000. The
senate such information
) monument will be dedicated to McMillan: of Tennessee! and Hooker, of as ho have the of than nt any time since the war. held with: Closed doort. Tho opening| factory will b put in operation early
may qn subject the addreMt.fwelcome !
will\ consist of an
': hi. Mississippi\ the house, us a further mark arrest of Thona.1 The people of Milled 'eville are enthused exercises next tpring.Spotted .
memoir.. _.. ... T. Collins, a citizen of : Glenn on behalf of
--- -- -- of byI11)'or
respect to tho memory of the deceased, fie United States, residing at Manila, in" over the Girls' Industrial school. the nddre of welcome by then fever Is prevalent in tho neighborhood .
i' ndjourncd. the Philippine islands, by officers of the They arj going to work for it with a will. city; an General of Fountain Head, near Gallatin,
address by
In the house, on )Indlly-Jfr.. McKinley Spanish government Mr. Kvarts There is work fur thousand of hands Governor Xorthcn ; an and Tenn. Fourteen cases and four
t The nul so1'a Bay Company it selling from the reported Gordon on behalf of the south, dClth
committee on way and a joint resolution which timber i are reported. People leaving
In the
off 'iU. land* in the Northwest, and dividing means, reported back the tariff bill with was passed, appropriating Banks com.ty sawing up an address on behalf of the state A'rnng1 fected district The fever a Is known
and the minerals in tho bosomof asccrebro
$3,000 the site digging
new for up official
the senate amendments with the by Mr. Kimbrough. A prominent
t the proceed: among the stockholders' recom. the earth. spinal meningitis by tho
Lafayette Tho
I mcndation that the amendments bo non., statue. senate then demoted of the order reports that there were medIa
Mild winter and change idaahtoa I Concurred in. Referred to the committee an hour to bills on the calendar, to Darien is to have another artesian well organized; during the past twelvemonths! fraternity.

( htva; depreciated< the value of the : of the whole. Mr.: McKinley also reported : which there was no objection. Among jutt j as soon an it cnn be driven. The in round numbcis! 400 subordinate A Richmond dispatch of Tuesday,

furl in Ita domain, and .dealer* have a resolution for the immediato the bills passed were the following! Sen contract has been given out and work granges and during tho same time, says The governor has commuted the

consideration of thp tariff: bill -in the ati bill appropriating 30,000 for A will probably be commenced soon. about 400 Miboidinato granges were reorganized sentence of Nannie. "Woods colored,
: largo quantitlos on hand. The com- public monumentoa the sentenced to be hanged September 10th
house.; After two hours of general do- reservation Work on tho Cordele road i U progressing nnd (hat the increase in membership ,
>, pany'g lands, however, are increasing tntalae In the city of Washington for burning the town of Rocky
bate it shall be In Order to move. to non rapidly I and it wont be long is about BO.OOO. Mount
: .being in demand for settle concur in tho senate amendments in to the memory of John Eilesson, road will be running trains Into Albany A >..w Hnnit. Franklin county, last October,

ment.I I gross, and agree to the committee of The inventor senate and bill constructor, of the Monitor. '.grand union passenger depot.A A lending lailroad man, who has had I prisonmcnt! for life.

conference asked for bv tbo senate. and _fnl tflM t\11rrfin appropriating nf ., "i.. ,,. $30,000 new railroad is contemplated from considerable experience in Kqntucky and A San Antonio dispatch of 'Tuesday
r.* '. .... ...tn.nuafirinf. .
The rules of the Now, York Codes tho house shall, without further delay or : ;-- mal rn----- -- of y .t' Atlanta to the sen. It will bo an uir-Iine, the north-Witt in l building railroad, reports cars: The Mexican fiesta, which is a cele

I other motion proceed to vote on said papers correspondenco Thomas. and the business men of Atlanta are enthusiastic that there is n line in of brdton of their independence, is in prog..
Exchange!: havotasa a-nonded: *o as to Jefferson, now in tho p088e lon of his descendants. )procwn and there nre'bundreds
motion. Tho resolution was reported over the prospects of its early construction from Evansville, Ind., re of
make coles from the East senate resumed consideration
and West from all
Indies visitors
and Mr. McKinley gaTe a very brief of the senate bill to establish building. through Kentucky aud Tennessee to prominent over Texas

; North, 'Central and South America statement of tho senate amendments,' but United States land court, and to provide a Walker county is fast becoming one of Chattanooga, that will be extended, to and Mexico. The programme i elaborate
entered into no argument n* to their propriety in the Atinntn neil from thence to the south and is }peculiarly interesting.
a "good delivery, that from Brazil only for tho settlement of private land claims (ha largest in mileage of railroads ,
or impropriety. Discussion l was in the states of Nevada Colorado State. She has now completed over fifty Atlantic COl\ t. 'J hi!! line makes tho distance A consultation between tho board of
having been n goad delivery heretofore. or Wy.
further continued by Messrs. Herbert of oming, and in the territories of New miles of railroad, and within A j car will fcvcnty-six miles shorter between aldermen of Charlotte and the Charlotte

The amount of coffee from those couatr3e Alabama, Price of Louisiana, Morse of Mexico, Arizona or Utah. Tho bill occupied have not less than eighty-five or ninety Chattanooga and Evansville than the Consolidated Construction Company, in

estimates the! Farm, Field and6toclln4n Massachusetts, McRae of Arkansas, the greater part of tho afternoon, miles within Jier.borders. present line. III fact, it will bo almost regard to the company securing the right
Farquhur of New York, Kerr of Iowa, nir-Iine from Evansville\ via Chattanooga of for their electric line the
will be 12,000,000 bag in Mudd\ but was finally laid nsHo without action. The secretary of tho Georgia Sawmill un way through
MaryHod' Chandler of Massachusetts \ i AtlimU' and the Atlantic coast. city's property, resulting in the board
lieu Mr. Plumb offered a resolution to recommit Association, gives notice that that body :
: of4,003,000 M tho .rulo stood bo- Buchanan of New Jersey and. the house !bankruptcy bill to tho judiciary will hold its regular meeting Macon: on .It is backed by some of tIle wi althicst agreeing to give the right of way.
fore. A I\ms of Illinois. Tho senate amendments
committee, with instructions to the 28th of October. All sawmill owners men in tho country who have control of Tho census bureau, on Monday, announced
were non-concurred in. Yeas, amend it so as to provide for n system of and operators in the south and southeast tho Pcoriii. Decatur, and Evansvillo! \ nnd tho result of the count of the
:. ,By the official I "rough count" in the 120( ; nays, 83. Mr. Enloe, of Tennessee, tho East Illinois Evansville and Terra
voluntary bankruptcy only, nod to reportit are invited to meet with the association.At population of the f following Virginia .,'
roHu to a of He
< cnsus Bureau Chicago Is entitled to the offered the following qucstiot resolution privilege. "Re- !buck ns amended nt the curliest practicable their September meeting the county Haute linos. The road i is known as the cities and towns: Hampton, 8,583; ; increase
proud position of tho second city in tho sol vid, That the clerk of tho Louse of moment. Private pension bills on commissioners fixed the county tax rule Chicago, Henderson, Bowling: Green and 3,854: or 143.60 per cent. Norfolk

,Union, announces tho Now York reprcscnt.lives bo directd to communicate the calendar were taken up, and eighty of of Terrell county ht /C mills and 4.100 of Chattanooga Railroad Company.To 84,088; increase, 13,020, or G9.27 '

to the senate the fact that the house them were passed In thirty minutes. The a m II, which, added to the state tax of Mf inborn ofthe ('.I4.*A. nt Georgia. per cent. Portsmouth, 12,335; lucrel18C
"Her population ]I. 1,093,670, TrilJUnl"j scuuto then adjourned. I Adjutant Geneial Hugh II. U35, 8.33 cent. ,
reprobate and condemns the utterances 3 mills and IHl-lOO of a mill, makes the Colquitt, per

her 83,682 ahead of of Hon. Robert I' Kennedy, representative -- taxt-s of Terrell ounty this year $9 on the of the Confederate Sunh'or'Association, At a me.'ting of the Richmond, Va.,

leaves her former rival, Brooklyn, far in from the rtnto of Ohio, delivered: in NOTES. $1"OCO. issues the following circular to the member city council Tuesday night, I rolutonwas

tha rear. Chlc3r: >'a groWth in the ton the house September 8d reflecting upon Three GcorgU men were appointed The conferees on the'tariff bill had nn ) of the association: Introducel providing for
the character and integrity of the senate! clerks in tho war department, Saturday, at informal meeting Tuesday night. No HEADO.CAIITEKS CosFEDEnATB Sniviv- new Richmond by the
year has been' 1 B.32 per cont.-a. percentage all a body." Pending action the house, i salaries of $1,000 each They nro OswellA. action was taken. In \'Ieof .ho delay oil's ARIOCATOX or GK itou : officers. The matter was referred polc

.of growth never equaled or approached on motion of Mr. McKinley, ndjourncd. Combs, Thomas A. Johnson and In selecting conferees on the part of the ATLANTA. GA., Sept. 1, WO.-The committee on police. It is calmed'thnt

by any* other great city and a 1 be senate, on Monday, took up and George CampbelLAn house, it is believed now that tho bill Annual Meeting of the Confederate Sur.vl'or's us many ns 20,000 persons Dllsed ''

taarvel in disosod of sixteen bridge bill on the cal official of the treasury department will not be reported by the conferees to Association of Georgia, will be in the late count.,
itself. Now that ii
Chicago endar. The consideration of bills on the Wednesday afternoon called attention to the senate before Monday. Atlanta, iu the New Capitol, on A special of Tuesday from Topeka

> 'No. 2, it becomes her to brace up and calendar to which there was no objection the fact that, (including tho purchase of Ther is a negro living in Scrovcn Thursday, October 23, 1800. After the that Charles M. Busbee, of Raleigh,says N.

prepare'for a World' Fair that will do (under rulo 8) was then proceeded with. bonds during the day) the disbursementsby oountywbouichomo Is iu n huge log The business of the association isiinixhcd, the C., has been agreed upon by the sovereign

credit to the country and in particular to At the close of the hour iusigne.1 to business tho treasury In thirty-two days had log is 20 feet long and 5 feet iu diameter. Exrosition.convent on wi tho adjourn afternoon.nt to the Piedmont o'clock. grand lodge, I. O. O. F., for grand sire

Its ,iccoad on tho calendar, tho conference report exceeded the receipts. by 405. ,000tsO0... It is divided into three apartments one ; to suceeeS Gtncral J. C. UnderwoodMr.
city there will be tham
u grand buttle l iu
on the railroad ]land forfeiture bill 1 no conierecs on the tan :: Dill were in of which is occupied by tha proprietor's Busbeo is a native of North Carolina,

i was taken up a* unfinished business, and session Wednesday morning about an four hogs; the negro occupies another, which the tho "ctCl'al.1 will take part.In forty-four years of age, and be the

Tho editor ot 'the Butinesi Chronldt Sir. Blinders resumed bis argument. Mr.\ hour, when tho meeting of the house required und tho third is tilled with huutl. g and confederate cvcning.at reunion 8 o'tlockthere ben youngest grand sire ever ,1.

learn from a St. Lout scientist that: the Sander was followed by ileiars. Dolpb the presence of its conferees, and fibbing apparatus. when short addresses, nt will the be new made capitol, A few weeks ago the Cbuttanoogt
Plumb and Morgan. Mr. Morgan did a
catfish In tho Mississippi River near that not conclude his remarks, but an an adjournment was taken until 10 o'clock The State University will\ be endowed. number of confederate soldiers. Every Times published an article from another
agreement Thursday morning. But little progresswas Su h at least is abundantly promised iu'tho it send paper, stating that J., W. Hoffman had
organization tirgeil to
,city have developed abnormally large pec- was arrived nt that the vote on tho made at the session. ns Urge a
results of the been dismissed
committee endowment
from the
on service of the
delegation pohoiblu. 'J ho raiiro.d
conference should be taken\ '
"toral finf, owing! to the habit thor have o'clock Tuesday.report The senate ;then at
(nd'ulgedjo for several generation of of the tariff bill were put through days ago. When the commit'ec meets milo each woy. Commanders are requested jwny IrreAlaritle and also published
tho ways and means committee in short again, they will be ful y prepared to take to ihcir of the
putting their head out of the teaming In the house, on Tuesday, on motion of notify tllll 111. Come ina company
water during the hot months of a St. Mr. Tnylor, of Tennessee, the senate bill order Monday morning, non-concur ni the great work and entry it straight i body, and. make this a grunt day. Tlic denying it. Hoffman has sued th Tina
rence being recommended in each case, through to grand completion. low for $50,000 for libel
rates tho railroads
was passed for the relief of Admiral S. f. given by make it avery papers
'Louis'summer. and fanning:; themselves and the elmrman.! was authorized to report In the bill which fine being served Saturday.A .
,.. ,. Carter. On motion. of Mr. Houk. of recently jMisscd the opportunity your Camp to
wun tnoso una.inc- story is an interesting Tennessee, the senate bill was passed;' ww bill to tile bouse. houso on war claims! and is now landing visit Atlanta, the wonderful growing very destructive fire occurred at

ono a* showing tho effect of environment authorizing tho construction of a bridge Speaker Reed has at lost signed the in tho senate, for the allowance of certain city, anti see tho best exposition that Lynchburg, Yu., )I Iondayol"ht. ThqfireWHS

across the Tennessee river, at Knoxville, river and harbor !bill appropriation, and claims for stores and supplies, Levi has! ever b on tho process of evolution, announcement ",11be\ made to tho houseat "'. Brooks of Walker Tho of of the Western btter
Tcun. On mptlon of Mr.\ Lester, of Georgia county, geU veh'rnl' Georgia wi"clcomc you Union tele and
Gommenti the Xew Orleans Picayute, but the bill passed authorizing tho construction the first opportunity. 'I 1 ho next step $1,332; William R. harper, of Ohattooga as brothers nnd : will spread so rapidly that nothing was saved

it giro ono a poor opinion of tho intel. of a bridge across the Altamuha in order will be to secure the signature of $1,101; Floyd S. Hudgins. of Chattoogn open wide her nt(1 to you, and the belonging to the office: Tho flames

ligence of a St. Louis C3tOI There is river, in Georgia. Tho house then pro the presiding officer of tho senate, And $1,413, and Luther Wult.rs, of Piedmont Exposition Company will rejoice quickly spread to'adjoining buidlnlnd
ceeded to tho-consideration of the En. the bill will then go .to the resident for Floyd, $772. to see you. A strong effort Ii bclni;; half of the block,wag estimated

.nothing hinder it from coming north.'ardfor loo resolution, relative to the Kennedy: approval.The Rev. Lconidas C. Tiorkebon minis made to bring together ConfederateKtruuiuia total loss in Imildimra on.l .. .&
a _____, __ .__ al, "I
.1. "
a iiiramer vacation. Many of tperch. Mr. Dayne, of Pennsylvania meeting of the house judiciary ter from Africa, Is in Brunswick. Hw uuu us uiiiujr uiu Imulcr us fius- will amount to $150,000. No istimate(

tho people of St. Louis can't get away in .offered j a resolution referring committee on Wednesday, called to consider business is to persuade Brunswick negroesto Bible, insurance can be made.

.Juno July aud August but the cattish the Enloe resolution, to- the resolutions censuring Representative go; to Africa. He spent several days Hueii II. ('0QtIT adjutant general.J. .\ San Antonio, Tex., dispatch of Tue..
gether with Kennedy': speech, to the Kennedy, of Ohio, for hU in Savannah recently and nays. he formeda B. Qommiindcr r 11.< hf. day, s.iys: : Lieutenant Governor Wheeler.,

can. committee on judiciary. The resolution speech against the senate and Senator colony of darkies in that place t > emigrate who, with Russell B. Iarilon. is at fie'
-- --- was adopted. On motion of Mr. Crisp, tlua). and to vxpunvo tho speech from ; to Africa. His expedition will sail A PLAN Lead of the Araosas enterprise, Is'

The census bulletin ,in regard to the senate !bill were passed Authorizing the tho Congressional Record, was attendedby from Savannah nbout November 15th, -PERFECTED- here, and states that work has been commenced .

indebtedness of the United States and construction of bridges across the Chatta. all the members. A rt'sohltlon88 and he expects to CArry about 2,000 negroes WHICH yea FA1UI7IIS on the Terminal railroad, and
loochee and Orouee rivers in Georgia. reported| directing the government printer with him.Rome's BY CA' uor.nTHEIR that it will be completed to Harbor island

the State makes a gratifying exhibit, ob. (:>u motion of Mr\ Wheeler, Alabama, to omit the speech from the permanent superb new furnace is nearing CoOX.At within forty days. He states that deep

serves the New York A'atei. In the last ho: senate joint resolution was passed! an- CO py of the Rc"ord._ completion, and all possible speed is be the last meeting of the National water nt Arausa Pass is ourl and that

tea year* th aol II. Jackson, of Alabama, an ensign go into !blast. The furnace is lan arrang Arausas City during the
baa decreased abut $ SOOOOOO, a perfect ing some ] by which the cotton pro. past ..
lu tho navy.. The speaker announced the POTTER AND LOVEI.L ARRESTED Ion model of its kind. It is
an SO-ton char ducers could
hold their for better Opclika, Ala., is
while the United States hoi decreased of the conferee crop making extensive
following .
appointment KMUEZZLKMINT.
coallurnnco. It has the most modern prices, was referred tothe cotton preparations for her fourth annual _
IU net debt $ :>,lU,20S.: This is a on the tariff bill: McKinley, Burrow machincrjr of all kind and character. .. witn power to mate_ committee I which begins November 19th and fafr.
any arrangement continues
showing which no other country in the 15'iyne, Dingley, Mills, McMillin And A dispatch from 13oSloolll\ysl Walter\ The company Las $?:JO 000 invested. possible to effect this end. Thcommittee one week The buildings have been
'Mower.[ 1 he house then adjourned.The Potter And W. D. Lovell, of tho firm of 1 hey own several thou-alld acrts of iron at once
world can equal. Every section of tho house bill to provide for tho bo'dleg Potter, Lovell & Co., were arrested Mon laud near Rome. tion with opened communica improve and the race-track, one of the

country has taken part in this ticcreass I of regular terms of the circuit and day on warrants charging them with em The news that the Homo and has now been European in capitalists several ,months which floct state, has been put in an'excellent .
Decatur progress
of indebtedness. district courts of the western: d 1st rut of bezzlement and larceny. The complaint cbndition. The ; in
la most of the State is to bo finished and it ehbit
at once by the E lilt Tennessee was given out in New ever
is made Charles department will bo
by Richardson full
Virginia was taken front the calendar in of l'hila- Ind
the indebtedness has !been reduced Virgin a and Saturday that the
by delphia, a member of the firm of Georgia Railroad \crk arrangements the is already taken.
tho senate on Tuesday and passed, with C. Richardson is been at lost space Many of the
the use of tJ1e revenues not needed for amendment The senate then devotedone & Sons, director of the National Company, a bright piece of news for perfected with European finest horses in the state be
Rome. It will to wi present.
current expense But in a few State hour to bills on the calendar unob- Bank of the Republic in Philadelphia, west by ninety shorten miles. (ho distance to cnpialhr., bale advance of $33 per bale on Tho premium list is largest ever
The Ro American
Tho first bill the calendar end president of the Kdgchill Furnace uc and Ct. offered, and amounts
ectcd to
to. on over 5000.
the decrease has Decatur ton to be
of from
apparent : the debt now run Rjme to Attalla stored iu the ware-
was the senate bill authorizing tho libra- Company, It alleges the embezzlementand A doubly fatal
distance of of street duel took
a the
kitty mileThe hou.e South for place
arisen the old distance a
(rom scaling down of the larceny of period
rlan of congress to purchase, at not ex. $70,000 of bonds of from Attalla of between two prominent
Decatur It one of
allowing the young men
year farmer
debt The State having! the largest indebtedness cvcding 130,000, the Townsend libraryof the Edgehill Kurn-.ee Company. The of the cotton to Newberne, Ala., on evening at 4
prisoner were held in $75,000' bond each miles, and this in what is proposed to be any time during hi* Sunday
I II national Itate and individual record o'clock. Robert
whUh ,
Virginia, figure to lor year, should the price advance to the Turpin G len Duslin
a hearing on September :35th Bo'h
the amount of $31,523,533.; Altogether concerning the origin, }lroln'U and con. furnished bond8.DISGRUNTLED. s-itwfuction. The European syndicate had a fuss Saturday evening, at which
sequences of the late civil war. This bill I a meeting of the executive committee which advances this tune Duskin drew
the financial exhibit of the nation U money on the cotton a pistol on Turpin,
: one
occupied the entire hour and was then STRIKERS. of the Jo'annerot'lIIancl .
) lottou Ungsjing will charge who
per cent per annum in their being unarmed, told him to wait
that it may well be proud of. laiwd. The senate bill appropriating: Factory, held at Augusta, Tuesday, interest, be fully! secured until they met again and
1I0d,1 on they would then
-- 110,000 for the improvement of the road was decided to postpone until another which is made. shoot it out. This
-- to tbe national IVusacola 8TK1KK :POttX'T PAX OCT. season the of These ar- agreemen was satis
cemetery, near erecting the bugging factory rnngemonU means that
the farmers factory. The
The new French Oiffard gun, for }''I$., was also })assod. The conference: which wu to have been built at have the use of will next they met and
which the inventor has received: a prize report on the railroad land forfeiture bill A dispatch from Albany, N. Y., fays: once. The reasons were seeMly of labor same $04,000,001 and at the tiring at once began. 'Both men were
resumed and Mr continued The pn'ml.financial. aid for the men and the luct that till time4teep) 2.00,00 bales of cotton instantly killed,
.t |3000 and a gold medal, is 41*. was Morgan present cotton crop out of
h'. argument against it. 'I he conference who took part in the now defunct strike will be largely mirketed before tho factory the mrket 1'hll money comes at Tuesday afternoon there was a heavy
charged by the expansion of a liquefied i : arrived here Some received very lowet rate of interest thit could s'orm west
Monday. and
report was agreed to Yeas, 80; nays could fctart up. The factory w-ll bt asked, the northwest of Raleigh, N.
gas. A ingle drop of the liquid fur. a-a strict party vote. The house nti- $1.23: 'each and others received as much however, certainly be built in time far fail to produce nnd a marked arrangement cannot C. Details have not been received, but

'nuhes.the charge for a steel cartridge. lottery bill was then taken from the calen- at $2.50: each. The ex-strikers Are thor- tho next cro '). price of cottonasi advance in .the_ there was probably damn oiiL'hlr duzunted. and it is believed that . -.-- -viftiiiiiif,-.'- u-;1,1. t line were' -
dar and without word of dUcuiwion "J '
f\t-- J_'_tiiMA__n'_ Itin--_ a--i Dnn .I.- ...aL.J..v,.,,,,,,,_.. .H. .r.. was if they should! ever strike again it will not "ero u considerable talk in Carrollton once over one-fourth of the crop of the A down in souls _
and the innate took the Jllaces telegram from '
UI j ut now the wy -
laid ta bo also cheap and convenient; house bill to rcpoil the timber culture be as member of the Knights of Labor, new railroad over from Curroltton prospect of to building;Marietta.a (country. Jo'ina action will be taken ut thcD,was a heavy blow luhl considerable

odorless as well u Im kele.... The )uwa. An amendment wan offered in the because them will be no railroad mall in If this road were to be built it would -ee. fall of hail Upon inquiry Bt

French Government will\ lest its practicalability. nature of a substitute. ThU substitute the organization. The pittance they received a bonanza for the! town. It would be the department of agriculture it wa*
for live't'I.'ks' idleu has caused givt
itself led at the of a learned that
was amen iugcatlon there
with the are of
When the inevitable and long- them to lose all faith in their ht4.rs., great Louisville! anti l ANOTHER BOSTON FAILURE. to reporl dm"
l'enralltnlton and then and cotton raic
was passed K*hhf ille system also the by *. These
Marietta and -- wi
I Impending conflict ot foreign armies n conference Mked with the house on ATRIPL.EAL.L.IANCEREoatED Xorth Georgia railroad. 'a hich U: I TUE TIGBTSE&8 TOE be numerous_uioce repor

take place, Frank LeJ;"', is of the i ibngrecing votes, and Mcssr Plumb open from Marietta to Knoxviile! T now'on.s TEL irox oj A via:ua OrBROKEKS.KO"I MARKET Teays'ltr
and Walthall
pploioa that the world will watch with ettigrew were appointed TO HATE BEES FORMED BTCEKUAST \ Knoxville a connection world I.* -
onfereeson the part of the senate. The ACSTRIA AND ITALY.A made with the East Tenmsjee Gardner & WEALTHT ALl
Interest annoy experiment* .with weapon senate then took from the calendar the iOY tem, R Clue Co., Lnker. and Ann
giving Carrollton
devised of late With senate bill to establish a United States laud good freight rate*. brke"at mode nment "Mr. Bondheavy,I said the loa
years. great from London Thi
dispatch sayi General E. P. Alcsauder. eduesday. It j is stated that men, "Ihave'
they 1.ih
armies equipped with the court and to provide for the settlement of at Rome ol have lunco
and StantlirJ't confirm
newest correspondent the Un
Griffin doing again *
private land claim in certain state and and North AUl a large bminm in west you h hand of jo
most destructive engine* of war, coa- territories. The bill having been read, the report that the Alliance between >4Jua railway, will offer the 1X4 tolliu!" ecu railway Itok, and oi the street the daughter."

flicta will be shortened. Perhapi one of was laid saWs until Wednesday, and the newed.Germany,The Austria and OautUt Italy has,of been Bt Petersburg re stock and all its franchises for sale al general cause given for the failure U that Didn't I tell you only 'last night tW
Ojficial Griffin, Tuesday Xovember !they were caught short my daughter ti*
the should
o'clock adjourwxl. 4th. Uhi never uurry
the roiulti of tht iaventioaa of fonaid- senate at tu Russia, the renewal of the rod The met
j* "dm mites ja son of a
probably rowerl
) 11411.gen length \
the Wednesday. lr. sad i
In house on '
able war machine will be favor triple aUiauce for seven years will encourage runs $2,000,000 'C
a more through the counties and y 9.'f
of Wisconsin demanded the regular antl-RiwUa of Spalding may go over thl1t What thc lover, ''bltmyfatb
able leaning toward international Austria in her policy, layette, CowtU and Carroll there win the of i Is! no longer
arIl' Thi way Ht
order the Lagston..Veuable too. be two
being con. t
and Russia to cart aside cn only poor. fond
oblige peace road U attennuw
ftratioa la tho Old World. tl.\lt1 election. ; caw;.but )I!. Pavtoa.* in- illusion sad4oib1e &w vigilance.i 000 to be *oUor not 1 less than $500,. attributed\ by an ualtOD Th foilureb .of pch8 in hU t morning.
tigatuea of money. "Take her mt boy s-nd may you g

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iUDGET I QF'FUN. 1 Winchesters S]s M.chcop: as,they: air>now.*: AGRICULTURAL. erop. rorcLAtt SCtE.__ 'CE..

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small The distinguished ,puysJcron, Df. w. l lIT.

lonora' RKKTCHKS 1'it0)iVARLOL'S A TALK oV WOK. 1CortCSo1' INTtcnESt HKfjATlVEXO class; \ e Butt, Announces that water is thd e

SOURCKS.annns Mrs. Mnlcahy-"Bridget O'Donahnc, 1'Aim AM G\nu1s:1.H0W melons great remedy for consumption. s

it's me sympathy ye have in your sort and that the Silk\: from paper pulp t* tnade smooth
nnd brilliant, with about two-thirds the
tho row. M.AJ TS. ,
the owl has strength! of ordinary silk and about the
Bridget- man pone;
r---Must Have Been: tall- 1 Water for cucumbers should always bo this '
N.road Man-An Apt lleicrlptlon but troubles never come alone, Oi don'tknow" hotter } tame elasticity. ,1
warmed to blood heat, and even if >'
of famous Garden fa Chcl-
'l -l tc., li'tc. will do no injury. Do>> not pour the gen for The !! Physick a
Mrs. Muleahy"Bedad, and what'lhappened sea: England: whose preservation is now
water on the surface. It will only crustit has !
now!" matter of discussion has 2J,000\ different

L lived ont In Kansas and make the ground less open to rain. waste, ?
yonth once ,
way Bridget-"Faith, and mo poor billy herbs and plants.
Remove little of the surface earth make to
hocdtuld danco fifty different dances; a pay
once and the ice. in
bit !
HeM of coats fall goat'swallowed a A pl.'rmanenteommercll\l museum,
threescore Ing a basin around the roots. As the Last containing
.1,And he'd white Tem galore, man shot him dead to recover his prop specimens! of the natural productsand
I water sinks down replace the dry of fair :
heownedminety-nlnepalnof- fork Herald pantnes.ffew erty. -Kearney' Enterprue. Do this at night and the surface will bo about : manufacturer of. Polmicl and A bu.

all damp before morning.- Botton Cvttitutor. acre for : : roan of information for Russian and for

DURING.. THE DOG DATS. HOW SHE ARRAXQED IS. *,. claimed eign merchants, has been established at

''Butt-"BeastTy weather! Widow (to her daughter)-"Maud, is four Vt arsaw

iMiss Minnie, Ball-"Yes. How longtt'Veu. that artist coming here again tonight rather A :grand turning cupola eight meters
expect to bo at large!"-Puck. Maud-"Yes, ma." mixed in diametcr.it! to bo erected in tho Vatican
Widow-"And Is that young doctor A good big sponge is an indispensablearticle the Garden, in Home, Italy, for coveringthe
to tooJ" in every stable; it is just the instrumentwhich'
come equatorial
S1'HAVE liEU A RAILROAD VAX.'t going photographic )
Maud-"Yes, ma." thing for bathing: the horses shoulders is to bo used in connection with
;always keep boys on the right twelve,
my after the work is done. the
Widow-"You must marry the artist. day's Keep two to mapping out tho stars. <
c. He is such a nice gentleman lie always sponge in sight, And it will suggest the
How do you manage to do it!" vations, It has hitherto been supposed that the
idea of bathing the horses all over oc
)hl by lots of switching.CAkayeL:1 treats me so politely. growth maximum depth of the Mediterraneanwas
aud-"l 'don't want to the casionaily. You will need it for clean- .
marty and
had to 10,875 feet deep between Sicily:
artist. I'd rather marry tho doctor. I ing the harness whenever they become fall, a Sardinia. Lieutenant Magn.ichl, of Italy, >1 1i
can't bear to look at that artist. I'll tell dirty, and it will come handy when you has found a" depth of 13,050% foot, bo- :'
you, ma, how we will fix it. I'll marry wish to clean up the stall and windows. ered ,tj; twccn Malta! and Candia.
-"Have you seen young Brumlin the doctor and the artist."- Anyone who tries to get along without a
you marry
his new'tennis suit!' lie looks tVcup; good sponge in his stable does not realize log ; !! Tho effect of gum chewing has boon ,
i thunder" what he mlsses.-Nutwn4Z Morse Breeder; each, studied carefully by an cxpcij.: In gum s

Egbert-"As loud as that "-Yu,2er, I of the chewing the nsaweter muscles which
A FORCIBLE REMINDER. a ; the abnormally developed,
1tamaa. .OOTnno'TIl& COW. very move jaw are
A little girl who was with her motheron FLY-TOnVEXTED n and the fatty substanco which/ produce
-- a shopping campaign was promised When the patient cow, wearied with the ; on fair, plump cheeks is deteriorated
TRUE r.COXOMT.: : cards tho clerk. Aftera fighting flies all day long, is brought into '
some picture by weight, assert that If the continent
_1'3. Uptown-"It's rather an cxpcn-: while she whispered to her mother! : the yard to bo milked, and is quickly) set cluding -) Geologists
luxury to keep! a girl and yet have by fresh greedy host whose and tho bottom of the oceanwero graded,
"Mamma, what will we do if he fore upon appe. rising uniform level tho bolo
ash the china yourself." !" tite has not been appeased for twelvo down to n

!rs. Fangle-"She's so rough that it gets"Oh we'll jog his ," was the hours, and she lifts her leg and upsets the a world would bo covered withwater n
memory twenty Is tho depression
Id be a still more expensive luxury to pail or switches her tail and disables! the mile deep, so much greater
her wash it."-Mantty't Weekly.IT reply.When tho milker's left eye, what should he dot a crop : of the. ocoxa bol that th 'elen--
purchasing _was completedboth tho land. '
lion of the existing
X the clerk and the mother hid! forgotten Rise up in vengeance and belabor the whose
; DIDX'T: AGREE WITH BIM. and as the latter turned to go she cow and give a horse lein to his unsavory eight writer upon birds says that in Ule

ogg-"I don't believe in the bcnefiresult was surprised to see the little girl strike epithets and think ho does well to be ably field and groves there aro many old.

( of ocean bathing. I had apd the clerk on the head with her little, red angry. Not at all, for that would be taken maids and bachelors who, apparently
who was seriously injured; by salter parasol. : adding injury to neglect. Should he tie side by ol never had any inducement to marry.

once."' "Why, Minnie, what did you do that i the cow's tail to her leg;: and so prevent er do There is no' doubt that the rivalry. in 4
hnderly-"How did it affect him!" fort" she exclaimed. the switching Not that either. Let him : bin courtship is extremely keen, an4he: n,

Fogg_"It drowned him."-America. "I was only joggin,: his remember," soothe tho cow's pains and relieve her heavier choice is a deliberate! one. '

;, was the reply.-Wett Short.MODEBX from her tormenters. If he has n clean This is Tho jelly fish absorbs its food by '

,t A COSTLY LTJXtJRT. darkened stable, free from flies by care grade wrapping itself around tho object which

rate Father-"I tell you this extrava. FATHER OF THE PRODIGAL So T. taken to exclude them through tho day, average It seeks to mako its own. The star fob '
lee has got to stop 1" the milking should be done there. If not, which Is even more accommodating. Fusion d
Hopeful-"Now father do be A missionary was preaching to an a sheet! laid on the cow's back and tied Ing itself to the body it wishes,to food /
] oung ,
American.frontier audience on the prodi under tho and ., it its stomach inside out and ,
onable. You know it's all the style belly, a quick brushing on omy on, turns
gal son. After he had described the the with in infusion its with this useful I I
legs a dipped an ,
[ave, a dissipated son, and you can'tone sponge raise enwraps prey organ.
condition of the in tho .
without for the rags among of.tansy, or in vaterwith'a few An old volume of ,.
milk manuscript
i paying privl- a apotheca ;t
swine and had started him his
on return -
I of carbolic acid kerosene
drops or some ries' lore and household recipes, believe) y
as he began to speak of the fathers
emulsion with soft will insure
soap com to date from about tho time of were
coming to meet him, and ordering the fort and to the and to ,
cow safety
peace Elizabeth discovered l
and the
was some
fatted calf to be killed in honor of thoprodigal'
-"Wouldn't you like to study the pail and to the milker's eyes from where ; among tho papers of A firm of chemist 1
return he noticed a cowboy
_es,.Bobby!;" looking interested, and he determined to the switching tail.--Yno York Timti. this tea !hi Newcastle, England, and a litho ;
obby-"I can talk two languages directly graphed fas simile is loon ta bo published. ,
make a personal appeal. Looking
r, aunty." THE FARM: FIELD OF! THE FCTURE. the .
at his hearer, the preacher said: be %
('/You can! What are they!" "My friend, what would you haredone There maybe a symmetry about square the The woodpecker has a three-barbed

,'English" on* baseball."-Keie York if you had a son returning home in fields pleasing to the eye and gratifyingto freely it toague like a Fijian's spear, with which
/V. such a pUghU""I'd the prejudices of birth and custom, then it draws out the worm which it t

,- have shot the boy, and raised the but in the interest of utility and economy moved, hat excited by it* tapping. The clam

rJUso, EMPLOYMENT.Governor calf," was the prompt reply.rgonaut.. they cannot.too quickly become obsolete. richer feeds with a siphon, and the oyster with
(to latest; rival)-"You will 0 Thp length of the farm field should be at are its beard. Tim tapeworm hat noitbet
re to work while you aro here; but if FOILED. least twice its width. An old farmer I advise mouth nor stomach, but just lies along

-i wish it you msy fpllow any occupa. The train was about to start for ChanT who some years since adopted that shapein time."W as and absorbs tho already digested' food F, i
n'suited to your capacity. What isor laying out his fields insists,, that he through its skin.
tilly. A police inspector, who was walking '
profession!" docs not exaggerate when he says that a In ono of the lending locomotlva
and down the platform, stoppedin
"nnvict "I 'am comic ." up and team can do tnenty-five there is with 1
a singer.leer. -- front of *a first class carriage nearly'full man a percent now building an engine au
more work in the same time in a Keep enormous driving whuel, nine feet in circumference
of After looking inside,
.. he remarked passengers.: long, narrow field than in a square pne. which will ba- fixed in the { .

AX ISOEMOCa PAETEXT.I "Bo careful, gentlemen, you have herea The time taken to turn a plow, for instance centre in front of tho boiler. Instead

*'A gentleman wo looking at a shop couplo of sharpers." js sufficient to plow from fifty How of ordinary axles tho truck wheel ,will!

dow when a pickpocket sidled along "Good gracious?I" exclaimed_ a very to 100 feet, and hence the oftener the have bicycle spindles, and expert claim

; began fumbling in his pocket." stylish-lookiug gentleman, preparing to turning the less plowing is done in a Keep of. that the large driving wheel will carryalong

ent-"I say, what are you up tow get out, "I hiven't: the slightest inclination day. Tho plowman often approaches ; of the train at over ninety mires au ?
!" to travel in such the end of a furrow with regret, for his hour.

Pickpocket-"I only wanted changer Another, who was company.sitting in the op. plow is running 10 smoothly and steadily : Clouds which aro luminous in the

| a dollar." posite corner, then said: and he dislikes to contemplate an interruption animals :lve. darkness of moonless night have been
( to say nothing of the extra attracting considerable attention in Europe
"I have a large sum of money aboutme Keep .
A TERRIBLE ORDEAL.'I and don't wish to run the risk of exertion on his part that will be required about and a number of photograph ol

( hear Blank, the humorist, chal- losing it," whereupon he, too, alighted."So when the furrow's end is reached. But A : the them have been secured this rent in Otorinany. l
ged you to a duel!" gentlemen," the inspector calmly it is not necessary to describe in detail good to ; From computson of results obtained

s'Yes'and as I was the challengedty remarked, "now you can set your mindsat the advantages of long furrows, long at dilToront observatories, It.appears '
swaths in Make ; of that these clouds ha the extraordl
I selected the weapons. rest; they aro both "-La Lilcrte. rows, or long plowing planting vo
'What did you choose?" gone. cultivating, mowing, or reaping; clean, ; nary height of five and a half miles above
''Reading Blank'jokes to the death." J f I their bare suggestion is enough for the ; sea level.It .

per a\ Bazar. A Prehistoric Giant. thoughtful farmer. The farm field of the one .a. is proposed to use tho spectoscopa
future will be long and narrow, simply Next to determine whether stables
1 While blasting stone from the Mare cesspools, ,
.because that is the best Iota.-farm, years etc. drain into well A
MISTOOK BEn DIEASLG.nes dLngham quarry near hero there was yesterday neighboring l-
Stool and Uvme. ,
) Rustic (to new comer, enjoying discovered the prints gigantic solution of carbonate of chloride of lithium

I first mo.niog at the farm)-" ouldn't foot on a shelf of rock, which had been i during AU is poured into the suspected sources ,

i like to go berrying, sir!" covered with earth and ycgetation! but COOD FARMER' OAEDE Keep of pollution in the neighborhood,and Aftter s

(Guest (an undertaker-"Go where which was displaced by the explosion, Last fall two gentlemen from a city : around a week or so the wull water Is exam-
JKUias somewhat disconcerted writes Fort Kan. entertained the toed spcctroscoplcally for lithium, which,
Rustic ( by a Dodge ( ) correspond. were being at farm. Sup It I is ; ;
,r boarder's tone)-"Wouldn't you like, ent. The foot is apparently that of a posing it their habit to sleep late, they harm can thus be detected even if the water

i to go picking berries* human being, though provided with were left undisturbed, while wo farmer him. in holds In solution less than. one piot Jui a

[,Guest (relieved)-"OhI Ahl Yes, nails of great length and curved slightlyat folk went to the barn to milk the cows. If : on mil lion. 3

tainly, certainly."-N'a York Preu. the end, as can be seen by the deeper Coming back to the house, I met them are ; : Beeswax From tho Sea. t
.: indentation at the ends of the marks. returning from a stroll through the :
K BIS FATHER'S OLD TEETH. The prints are seven in number, vary garden, with hands full of purple clusters No one has ever been able to give an ,

I Little James had been imparting to the ing considerably in distinctness, each literally taking,their fruit as the first It is authentic account of how such enormous

sslniiter 1 the important and cheerful information measuring a fraction less than two feet in course. They expressed: << much surpriseat cleaned quantities of beeswax came to be do/

[ that his father had got a, new length and broad in proportion. The finding a garden in such good order strop posited on the>> beach near Nehalem.

[.( of false teeth. toes are shorter than is usual in the hu. and productiveness on a farm. It was explained Specimens are, found alongthe beach la ;

"Indeed, James!" replied the minuter, man foot and spread much wider apart. that the garden U both a necessity I various places, but it is most, plentiful r
_sdulgently. "And what will he do The prints all point in the same direction and a luxury. Living, as most farmersdo around near the mouth of the Nehalem., A* the

lirith the old set!" and are from four to four and a halt 'I many miles from a market we must The sea shifts the bar piece of it are washed

_!"Oh, s'pose," replied little James, feet apart, the most clearly defined sink grow our fruit and vegetables or go with. seeding ( 1. ashore, and large: quantities are found
e'they'll cut 'em down and make me wear ing about two inches o the rock. Thereis out. We showed that the plot was laid in the re by plowing some of the low land neat
'm.-Ledger. in addition to the footmarks indications out twice as long as wide; that all the the beach. There are spot where the
Keep .
of some heavy object having been varieties of small fruit and vegetables, better sea has never reached In tho memory ol

1 BE DISCOVERED HER AGE.IIary dragged over the rocks after the creature except the asparagus bed, are kept in deal of the oldest settlers, and which are COY
whose tracks are there., This object was rows the entire length of the garden. If creed with a Jood..lzod growth of spruce,
) Jane-"What did yeh tell Sila
probably a club, to judge from the marksIt the row was too long for some variety, where deposit of the wax may be found
nee when he sat yeh fer me the other where
made. two'or more kinds were planted lathe by digging. Specimens wax may
ightthat yeh had set apart calf fee me lop be found ut the house of
The ledge of rock on which this valuable same row. About once a week two men any settler on

9D my first Father birthdays'Her "I thought he'd like teh record of a prehistoric age i* to be with a hone, cultivator and hoe work If .. the beach, and to all appe.unCC-t" ia

seen was detached with the greatest care, from one to two hours, giving the soil the genuine beeswax Several toms Lav
knew it. but an unfortunate fall broke the piece a thorough stirring. A weed found in have been unearthed, and one man shipped
Mary Jane-"Well, after yeh told him an' right across the footprint most clearly an effort to go to seed is destroyed with Give large amount to San FrancUco'puce, for
went down teh the barnyard
denned. The breakage will be repaired about the same energy with which a fwd which he received $303. la quality\ it
nted the rings on the ole' cow's horn I a* skillfully as possible with cement and housekeeper searches her domain for fly stunted I feu good a* any in the market, and baa

:I1 ain't seen him since.Chatter. the rock forwarded to the Museum of Ge. or cobweb. The garden is in full sightof of < of rstaiocd its familiar odor through all its

ology and Paleontology at Dubuque, kitchen door, the entrance ten feet A of rough usage and age. It it *uppotMxl>> !
CBAXGE Or LANDSCAPE Iowa, Mr. Mardiogham, who owns the from it. No estimate ha been made of duces by some, au,110 stated, that it came from
.Eastern Boy (ea route to San Fraaci"Are *- quarry, presenting it to that institution. the profit from this little piece of land- plenty the wreck of a Spanish vessel:! over a

. ).- wo out of Chicago yet!" -CAlcay* Herald. about sixty rods-but I am sure if the century ago. Other ay tha(f It cars
(Conductor (glancing out of the winNo whole farm were as productive, it wouldbe from a wrecked Chinese junk. rbcsatrdttlons
)_" ; there' a hunter off there source of a good income. While The in regard f> tho wreck come
otiog prairie chickens. We are stillChicago. Pineapple many farmers' table are supplied with point from the Indan and are not very re

." Still another textile material bids fair potatoes, turnips and cabbage, comparatively each liable.-7'illdmocl IJeadU,f S.
tern Boy-"When will wo get outfolde to rival jute. ThIs time it fs the pineapple few eoj<>jr a variety of the fine and or

f that pity!" fibre, and a Mr. IL. Blechyndeo, of more delicate vegetable, or a successionof A A Darted Fortune Posad.

[Conductor"It won't be long now Calcutta, India: i* attempting to awaken the delicious small fruits.-Aiw York sene It is reported that Mike Bchtff, a farmhand
fou'U know it by the grizzly bears.L ."- Interest to the great economio value of Triliulle. It working for Jacob Schmucker mess

?. this product. The pineapple has long stroys : TUb, Ohio, Uncovered a 'Urge quaatity -
been cultivated for it* fibre in India, PVMFxtxs. teat the : of old gold and silver coins, e-U-

HOT A PARADISE.f while it i* manufactured into a cloth in Farmers whose experience with the Tut tl mated worth 10,000, under the housn

Westerner-"Qoia" ter settle here, the Philippine and woven into linen in pumpkin has been confined to what it hair sad in the ground, which !bat bans
Kreye!" China But more recent Investigations butter of
will yield when planted buried for over fifty jews, Sclunurkei
K Tenderfoot-"Ye*, I have come here show that when subjected to the processof would be surprised to see the among corq that get out the promised to give Scbeff halt ol the find, '

[to stay, and have already bought a home.I bleaching the fibre become pliant can be grown when raised by itself crap with sieve I but did not do to, ipcihell has brought
was attracted to this place by *n item enough to be spun like flax and by the liberal application of the kind, of Lice i a suit! against & Uu jfo* ),VOO. Ins
which said there had same machinery. The fibre can be subdivided -
( a newspaper DO; manure best adapted to it, Janice J. U. chin Ca.waUader son (! former owner of
L lawsuit in your county for tea into thread of such, delicacy a* UarMehead MOM. in sad all the tone, ha al o h' st against
Gregory, tap JftwEnjlaul ?
to be barely perceptible and yet uffi- it Bcimucker
rear*, I farvur The of to recover the money. A
: Jed of
jf Weauruer-uW.IJ. there ain't. You neatly strong for aay purpose.-Jfist of coffee pot coaWsed-1100 m gold.-*
manure best for the corn crop! k&ot) the days, I,
nee hen sia't DO use =oia' Ur law when York Tdevr .. kind which it tea bat for thdipumpUa, aU tin tits York diva

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likely to IIC more iveral'te witness! Howell Titus Itobr. Slor.
is Brady,
-4 THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE + THE "Star" claims the honor' or surprised if the report is circulated trip month hellcc. It I At p' 1 loeRch tow; )(. B. Slct .gar, wltne W It;.

being the first to come out with the thnt his grandmother: mot a cruel liD excursion trip Mclivlntve Wolfe, .1. V. Crabb; :8. Linton, witness

county ticket We fail to find any and fiendish death nt his hand, or about Xov'lIIl1er 10th. lit a11 exceflnthc .1. 1).Crabb, J. W. JIahan L l\ Oliver,
A wrmtr .' Mtvorrn TO ".:n:,. the
THKorEJiBJrr Thoinan
.tnt-n'TAt In or.1cr that H. Hants, J. De
assessor mentioned in the lift that he appropriated the funds ofa low fate. of making witnecsW.
1 ,
; ft'l' MIMAS mrri Axnck' opportunity Witness
have tn f F. Duren J. U.
his river may Steuben! =
maiden 'l'ntru'tl'lt to her speed,
LAKE \ aunt to
HMTIOXS.: at Deal
observation Knox Sfthi! witness
W. K ; : ,
personal: (Cnbb
Cot D. L. GAeJ.tltsVal a about
-'I,;/ --- not a care, and cnvsed' this respected and the rClrnlJr run will begin! W. R:. Knit, .1. Dl: 0-abb; Jolui Sim,,,,.
,\ Office: Vftudrfngton Avcnne, 'fltn\'Il!,, candidate for the office of count spinster to end her wretched life inn November lith.: Bt reference to the n1-' Ann witness It I1. Dreyer ,'. '1), CI'j\I.h.
I solicitor. The votes i-r.st! for hin arsocIation or the rahnpan)' S. .1. U. C1'I\1.h. .
uf ;
.'" Indian liver, Florida. poof-house. The letter of Mr.Poreher tides It "I ill eSCCII E. ammon, witness C.IV.
at Kau Gallic and lbr.urne were coming from of published In snottier column, cuI1ty Christian; May Bell his X mark,
;"\ only of a complimentary char : a man that the ncw lIntll lielasvfirst witness .1. I'. (Irabb. Ell1! Cobb; Wiley
t J.1 '. : J'tJ'DLIllIm! EVERY FIUDAY.a his standing-shorn of any nnony t'nter1'rl e, It will\ not con Henry, bill X mark, witness J. U. Cruhb, ,

,, ." -!.- acter. I mobs character hearing the signature teml,1:1tell, a 1'1\\1 conce n ',doneand rills Cobb; E. W. Holme, witness. D.

a 'I ;. :Entered at the Tltiiovllle I'tt tomce M RcnmiMutter. \- of its nuthor, was certainly outslclt! <'l1l'lt\l. The OfflCCl'1I River and CraM, ('. W. Christian; Kath.mAVcllier,
; )k. Y a C1aft&Mall The liailroad CoinlnissiojLaughs. in column" all, identified w Ith Indian, witness C. AV. Christian, .J. I). Crnhh;
entitled to place our ,
"e \\1 a are here to stay, and their ltelcs"iVJ; Fred Ortiblcr, witness! W. It. Sljcro. ..Ino.S. .
nnd when the render gives it a this. section
.fI' dependent on W. II. Slyeruitnessln! .
.., TERMS, Invariahly In Advance, nllt. Feiftnison;
careful scrutiny It is not the vile itcamlMMt plans" prove 1 profitable or S. rcigurscm, J. 1>. Ciabb; Leo Smith,
lly Check Timtnl Order or One and Two Cent and with twonond
i, I'olltaje I4taml. emanation some of Mr. Atklnion's They mean business, methods anilIHMMuranoe witness J.\.... :fellvei'tooth, JnoJUhan: ; ].
e It is reported<< thnt during the cal management, obliging witness (I. 1'. Sen'ell How.
would have believe. I*. Anderson, ,
One Year.. ... ....Jt.Bn friends us few months they are
for ft
hearing of the in the F. {T. Villcict witness O. 1>.
protest ill Titus
c. His: Months.MMThree cap i The pnrnjrrnph most strongly criticized succeed spite of the advantages ;
'. Monty.. MHlngle of the J<:i. C. T. Co. *. the J. 'T. &. [ follows "And bound to their competitor possess at :sewell, Howell Titus; Hcrinin: : llHchor,
is lignin which
t << as : witness .las. Mhcitooth\ O. Nolle; (J. U.Ileniinjjway .
I Cntyio. Ac K. W. Ry. Company, nt Tnllahas- Atkinson has" unfortunntly present. witness ,Jas..Ih'ertuoth
4' Mr. ,
: Sent to A Mre In U. S. or Canada, PrevailKdltor .
any. the 5th inst. when
') ; lICe, on Messrs been repeatedly accused<< of drink. Kii'ker. O. Xollc; 'hnl. AVairen, witness.. I).
5 ----- Hamlin Stewart: of De Land A Horn W. Slahan 1:. Ifichanls
rather than is well for Ciabb, J. ; ,
t ing
'. ,. WALTER P.Ai (flL.\IIAM. were arguing in support of the an aspirant none for public ofii 'e.' l> ..\\ ,mess (I. 15. HeininSwa>% J, I).

uclate-Krroi Anvor.VTK: Ciabb; iValterA. 1lowhmdnvitncssJno.
Mark ; J. U. Crabli. A. w. Uuie.witness. .
', S. 1'ergiirson,
;, could not deliver goods to the K. oflicp Will give mea chance to kick Ciabb J. W Malinn
not charge the aspirant for SMii- you .!. D. : U.
\ ',. We tin not hold oiirwlven reKmni>ll>1n for the C. T Co. /It the end of tho wharf at with drinking too much.: He i I" n little in public? lama bolo convention kicker.I W. Altiee, witness J. 1). 'Crrbb, H.iwell
'r. niilnlonn or our curr..IK.n.lrnt.| lint we chili Titusville because .they had l lenscisaid that am kicking because: the IHus; T. 15.: Smiley 'wltneRII.1.. Crnloh,
the right.to reject any communication.Cnmmnnlcatlon wharf to the Indlnn Rive too honest' to make n charge.of lt l'ke.lnt my candidate; and have: been W. A. How land 1; J. V S. Watson: witness
uhlieiiUommnetl'ewrit character without some personal kicking fitf-iinst: tho steamboats on tlierhcr. Ciabb Walter
'. *for John Slyen, .1. I) ; s.
ten plainly on one lcle of the paprr only and Steamboat Company, and that the knowledge of the facts. Will Mr I kicked about the canals: that (Jiahainitness.I.r.: Blake, .Tas. Mlvcrtooth -
Khnulil, In every cape, 1* aennnimnleil 1>v the latter nn.1 have Lean kick. .
"M'.. writer's name and A.l )' ] but n. a guarantee or good felt). throw the goods so delivered' into chat he tint been repeatedly Ing: myelt for the past six months kicked, Thos. Mitchell Frank }'Ol'eI -

": r'I the river, that august body, known : they are. still open, I have I man, witness 1,'. A. Lesley, JaniCHXihei-
accused of drinking rather more and everjbmly,
I ngainstever) thliv: tooth (J. W. Martin, witness If. F, At.
", AJ\'I nTlsISO IIATTSI! ns the Railroad Commi lon burs exceedingly !little notice has been taken of it ;
has hat
than, etc.? lie been kinson .1. F. Lewis; Edniond Love, wit.
i t I'Eii YFAIU forth into unc'ontroll\II11.llIughter.; has been few sly re-kicks; and now
fortunate if no worse assertion dnideito ness Nathan Webber, E. H. Rice; b. }:.
R 1 t I",.. One Inch......... ...: .. .. .......'tn,00 It ia plainly evident thnt the commission than the Mr having: been kicked out, I have Rice, witness\ ,J. 1) Crabb, J. W. Mtlion;
It Two .nch......... .. .. ......... ". MOO: : only made the decision one quoted by retire to my clearing and kick, in solitude A. )(. Wlngate, witness J. I). Crtbly J.
Three Inch ... .... .... ...... ZO,'HI Porcher has been made, lie had myself. W. Slahan W. Andrews, witness J.
rendered here' for the ;
6 }'ourtnch/ .. .... ......... 23.IH purpose of: opponents, and learning from the AKuhbii. 1). Crabb, J. W. Mahan;. I'. )(. Young
,, Five Inch, or Quarter Col.,.. .. .. 3d,00 appeasing the public, and<< did not methods adopted) by I hose havingthe To tha Honorable Board of witness Frank Uenakcr J. W. JIahon!

.1, JlaIU.AllIlIIn.., MM/ mean anything serious.: With our candidacy of. Wooten mind<< E. C. Miller, witness J. }', Lewis, J. 1).

\\"holeCulllmn..... .,. .... ..,. ..100.00 people we believe Itditferentand, Creech in charge they adopted n County Commissioners, of Bre Urabb; J. A. )Stiller\ witness J. F. Lewis,

For Blx. Month, divide the early rate l>y two that they do not consider the subject vard County, State of Florida: J. /I>. Crabb; Win. Gibson, wltncRS J. I).
is doubt
}'i 'r? and add 10 per cent.. of at their similar course. There no Ci-ibb' John J. Daly; Eugene White, his.
having n monopoly
1. I For Throe :Moiithn divide the early rate l>y that the friends of :Mr. ChnlPee: X in.uk, witness J. I). Crabb, Jas. Silvci -
t. four, and add :20 per cent. throats ns a laughing matter Wi have been around the neighborhood 'tooth; Steve Stanley, witness Jas. Silveitooth \ -

.G r' Lwal Advertisement, Ten Cent Per Line do not believe thnt either Senator of Mr. Porcher's home circulating D. C1\Ull & CO., of TttusxllloI. J. t). Crabbj'S.: Noiton, wit

': '.'e Each In1l6rt101l.'j Hardee or tho lIon. H. F. Atkinson the:; accusation' that gentleman himquoted J. Uievaid<< county, Florida, do hereby ness J. It.: Watson, J. I). Ciabb; G. C.
1'ald Itoodlnff Matter, not In "Ixx-al New*" will consider it in thnt light, and i it respectfully apply to jour' Honorabl II. Collins witness J. 1>.' Crabb, Ilobt.lliunctt .
I ""column Five Cent 1'er Line Kach Insertion. is possible the legislature of Florida with earnestness and all the tidy and auk that a permit bo given ; Iliifth Bojcl, witness OH wal-

,:: Legal AdvertlncmenU at Legal Raton. appearance of truth and candor, And the right be planted: << to sell Intoxicating ton, J. 1) Ciabb. .
nt its, next session may not View wines and tuners In Electlo
enemies liquors
All the above rate, are for one edition per just ns the of Mr. Stewart ,
: L '. week. the matter from a humorous stand have slandered that efficient ofllcer. Dlstl'ICt'r'l(2)( ) or Fictlnct, in said lira Florida Hotel Hell hook. 'and

: 111)1 collected monthly point. The article. referred to not n vaid county. Stale Onlclc.
We the undersigned, being a majoilt The most complete, thorough mind
Check, etc., may he made payable to "firalmu the ,
in simply
stab the back but
S Valton." The Town Election. of the registered votcis. of Election ])III- handsomely: gotten uj publication ever
reiteration! print of n report: tibet or Precinct, No. Two ((2): ) of ]Uievai attempted for the State.

which has been'floating; about with county, .Hoi iila, do respectfully concur This work Is now being ('oml'l1cl'and,
',j M uncertain paternity all over thecounty In the above application, and ask that I Is entirely out of the lino of publications
Adilretl all communications to The Town election ItS will be:
i the penult and light bu granted: : Issued heretofore and claiming to IK
for the month. Ware
seen: by the Mayors proclamation pact W. H. ) witnexs A. X. Miller[
,. EAST COAST ADVOCATE, Sloiton piiilen. The bulk of matter never published -
"I ,,V' ., which appears in another column happy to present the reimlrk of A. Mlvei tooth; .\. X. Stiller,witness W, II. befoie. ::100 pajies, convenient

;,,":i n. JJux, 222. TmnMLLK:, Fl.oiimA.f will be held on the 27th of Oct., Brady on the subject, in this Issue : Morton, Mhei tooth; J.1)- })'I\'IH. "Hncl size, null clear type, Moiocc i binding: ,

:,,' _____ __ __ '_ _H_ four weeks next Monday. Let the I they come from n gentleman whoseintegrity John Q. Hugins: .J. 1) Crabb: ; E. IMai published nnnunllr, and the only work
.. ,,':', is nnd who ley, w ItnesMJ.1), Crabb, J.is. SilveitootlM. ; giving a complete list of hotels, lines of
people turn over the matter in their unquestioned: 1). Itunncll witness
F.A.. M.Indian Wm. K. WIIII. travel potttofliccs/ industries, pouutles
minds and decide to Vote for good! was a neighbor of our next representative .1. 1) C'rnbli; S. 1C. Anderson witness and officers, State officers and V courts,

IIIvcr Lodge, Xo. 00, Free and men for the olllces. The selectionof : for seven years ; nnd du; I henry Titus, J.is. Mhcitooth ; Arch! State military divisions companies and

Accepted Masons, hold their meetingson men of ability for intinieijfliofllce 11 ring that entire period his Intimate Lindsay, witness. A. I'aineSilvcttootl\ ; olh( ets, chinches, l the FKIIIAV on or before Full Moon friend I (tcorgo Williams, witness Jan. Mhcrtoot .institutions\ of every kind. Ready for
nt 7:30 p. in., in Masonic Hall In the Indian is fully us important to the << J. W. Kalian; C. W. Christian: witness delivery October 1, 1590. Orders receivednow.

River btato Bank building, TitnsvUle. residents of Titusville as the selection : J. 1) Ciabb T. J. O'lJrien; J.IK :hilvei 1'iieo\ by mail. 5.',>c. post paid.

: of county or state oflicers./ Cocoa. tooth witness J. I). C'r.ibb J. W. lingers; Address, "Hotel Ked Book and Stato
'irV. : Visiting brethren are cordially invited Our has given excellent ..i. C1. Gardner, witness C. .\. ,4.udnerJ. : Guide," box 12! St. AlI lMUne'Fla.,
". :'; : to attend. present: mayor : I). C'r.ibb; Andrew Ellenw," I, his X
: satisfaction and we hope he will mark.'ltllel
  • S. II. HAY, becietary.JOSKPH ;
    i .
    The weather N rather warm, but weare
    consent: to head the town govermenlfor Henry llainwcll, his K mark witness
    I SlKNDELt, W SI. having plenty of rain every d It)'. A
    Thos. SIcXuIty, J. W. Malian ThnsSIcXiilty .
    A Letterman ;
    many years.to come. delightful\ : season for the fruit and eegetable EDEN
    witness J. W. Slahan ).
    -- -- ------- -- J. I
    than Dr. Wilson could hardly I : growers throughout this section. Crabb Andrew Glhllon'ltneMII' Simon
    WHEN such :Messrs. Robbing ;
    men as
    ": be named for mayor. The people : Miss Clara S.inderH leaves here nn the Hardy, J. I). Crabb; )(. E. English, witness .

    Scrlmgcour nnd Gardner will be called upon to vote whether 'lltli, to. attend school at SLicou, fi.i. W. B. Spiers, W. H. Morton: J. W

    come out to vote at the Democratic tho running at large of horses and She will\ I* mlsneil by her many: friends, Jones witness \\'. h. Spiers, w. H. Morton PINEAPPLE

    ,' Primaries and affirm their intention mules tit night shall be prohibitedThis all of whom wisli her much KIICCCHM at ; .'. A. Lesley, witness }:. '\". Hulmes'
    the college.SIcHsrs. J. .'. Lewis; Frank JEenaker.: witness .1K.
    support straight county
    ,, question should also be carefully Lewis, E. W. Holmes J. F. Lehi'
    ticket it looks if and Lovett and several ; '
    the Floyd
    ns Republican ,
    considered by every voter. witness.J.1)\ Ciabb, };. w. Holmes' \N PLANTATION.
    party was making progress like a Personally we are strongly in favor her town"coinmercl.il this week. angels All,seemed were callersn to do E. Fetch, witness J. F% Lewrs Iorank
    crab often crawls backward. lienaker Brock Hovels his X mukwit.flees
    ; -
    of such ordinance
    an being passed, some business despite\ temporary J. F. Lewis Frank Uenakcr Job
    but think the council has adopted n relaxation In business nf Utp.: Myers, witness J. F. Lewis t'rank Itena T. 33. tiolxcirc3.s,

    WHO cast that solitary vote for wise course in providing tor an Owing to the tact that theIt"oc.n: ker; Henry Pcndleton his X mark wit- Eden Indian River Florida $:

    ", Stewart at Melbourne? We hope election on the question in order to will devote a good deal of Its space to ness Frank Uen.iker, J. I). Crabb; W. 1Hinis ,

    the party entitled to credit for his ascertain tho wUh" of the people on politics this week, we deem it unwiito to witness E. Schultz, .1.1) Crabl;
    occupy more space in this Issue; will try I:. Schultz, witness. II. Hauls, ,1. 1). FOR
    action will not be robbed of the the
    A few months
    subject. ago to get up niiio news in future 11I1<>lUeK. Crabb: ; Henry T. Titus, witness J. D
    : # honor and that the "sole Stewart when our board of aldermen pre- Crabb, W. 15. Spiers; L. A. Brady, wit-

    I, wan" will not become as numerous paired to pass u stock ordinance along CUt'U.III One of)(1'the. Jan.prettiest Holmes'sight lesideuce in north and ness J. I). Crabb, .1. E. Bowman; A. H Wines Spirits
    Curry witness J. I). Ciabb W. SI. Walker .
    at that point as Jell'ersou I>lIvls'hody petition against such actionwas lawn. Ho ban not been hero a year yet, ,
    W JI. Walker
    witness A. II. ,
    servant has become through presented to Council and they hut he ban one of the neatest homes In J. ;D. Crabb; Henry H. Dreyer witness Curry, ..
    out the south.TITCSVILLE: abandoned the while the Cava: and he in constantly adding to
    measure ; J. D. Crahb. C. II. Walton: J. W. KOL-
    very people who signed the petition he beauty of hN grounds Iri homo way. ers, \\\tlleKII'J.\ U. Crabb :Sohn )[)'cr;; :Beers

    against the stock ordinance jllt F. E, Joyner has more work than ho C. .\. Hal..lner. witness .1. I). Crabl: ,
    did her last r.
    duty can possibly complete with his John John
    present iljers; J(. DUon witness CIGARS:
    Tuesday she was liberal in her sup viewed the members of Council corps of workmen In time for the inter J. I). Ciabb; Benjamin IJ. Wilsoi; ETC.

    port of Atkinson, Stewart and San privately, nnd told them while they business Sir, Joyner uuierstanul0lsut Benj. 15. Wilson witness J. I). Crabl. OF THE FINEST QUALITY

    tiers The returns from some of signed the petition to avoid any banding thoroughly:; and his\ wnjs are John SI. Dixon S. A. Belcher witness J.
    r trouble: with the owners of stock always full but ho says he will have to I). Crabb, B. }>'. 'oilier; James E. Bowman GO TO
    the ,
    prt'cfncts'ero a supprise. Mend oil for help there is such a rush witness J. J). Crabb 11. F. AtkinMm .
    Take for instance Malabar, 21 to they were strongly in favor of uch It Is repotted that htiling: & Taylorare ; H. F. Atkinson witnths L. A. Bra Losloy & Hcnakor.

    nothing in finer of Creech ; Sebastian an ordinance. If those who suffer dosing out their Mock at reduced dy, John Sljei-s; J. V. ni.ike; witness

    16 to nothing in favor of Chalfee from the depredations of stock rates, Intending:; (as Mr. N says) to "get II. B. Herscv J. i'. Blake; H. Mersey, Families Supplied.

    and Melbourne 16 to one in favorof have not got the backbone to sup- on top again.: Of course Mippose, witness J.din Slyem J. W. Sfahan;
    his means a tine, new hardware toro in Juhn Q. llugins, his X mark, witness
    the council I when that
    'V'ooten.PrillJw'les. port body town shortly, esideB other Improve- P. Cailson, V. Jailer; Valentino Jailer; I Indian River
    attempts to relieve them by hl. c.1. ,' meats )(1'. S. was piep.ning for just be- witness J. W. Slahon, E. UeCourcy; E.

    Conventions.What jag the numerous complaints received I fore the lire. IleCourcy, witness J. W. Slahan, J. 1).
    vs. .
    from citizens who have been The primacy election 'at Rotk Ledge; Crabb; W. F. Entch witness W. II
    I' Tuesday, wa interesting. An Morton, A. X. Stiller; Thomaii Mitchell
    aggrieved, then we feel that they very unikii.illy .
    Luge vote wa 1",11\.1, the resultHing John 11'aller,1'. )(. Fisher; I'. J[. Fisher, Lumber
    deserve no better fate than to lime
    un abundance of food for witness John Waller Thos.
    a majority of SS for the majority Mitchell; W.
    thought there is in the fact that their shade trees killed sidewalksdestroyed Ukct: the minority receiving: only 1!) oft 1:. Knox, witness! A.: X. Miller J{. A.

    ninety per cent of the delegationfrom and their porches con- ,( votes cast. The best of order pre- Bobbitt: Howell Titus witness\ A. X.

    Titusvillewere against A. A. vented into temporary stables by ailcd throughout the ,I a). The contesantsworkctl Miller, J. W. Malian; It. A. Bobbitt, witness -
    J. u. crabb Company
    in eanu>t, but with II Knox; Lewis
    ., Stewart, while at the election of roaming horses and mules. thorough good will.Subscriptions null-man, witness J. I). Crabb, J. W ,

    last Tuesday the percentage was Slahan; SI. W. Lkhty, witnes Thos. SIcl

    almost reversed to a corresponding K. P. Porclici's Letter.The for the Ai>vt>OATE may Nulty, Thos. Mitchell; Max Ludwig<< ; von TITUSVILLE FLA.
    I* Jt'ltith Mr. I. C. Hughlett by Xoppclow, witness C. H. Hunter J. D.
    extent. It looks us if tho delegatesfrom '
    the ( rV.bF. H1"Je, witness J. I' Blake IJ. ItANsox, )!
    resident of 0'uco.i and ttcinlty, ; :Inagfr. II I
    not J. W.
    representcorrectly Malian; J. 1:. Watwm witness J,
    the sentiments of the people letter of 1-:. T. Poreher in which will loe placed promptly on our 11. trabb, 1:. Kklurds; Get. Bainwell,

    or that sentiment has undergone last week's AUU>CATK called forth list a witne".Jas. ahlvertouth, John J. Daly: P. J.CONTRACTOR. : :IA T.L P
    John J. Daly, witness (;l.... Baruwill
    a wonderful change duringthe considerable comment, and some SU'umlxi.it!> Coin petit ion. I). Crabb; Jerry Walt witness J. & BUILDER
    past few weeks. We much of our friends have gone HO far as Newton, J. D. Crabb F. W
    ; A. )[. Oslorn, Titus
    prefer the primary system, and to say that we should have buppresVed Thu East C'oait Tran-port.iti.in witness I). trabb Jerry Wait; Wash Yille, Fla.
    shall it. Every who is candidate liar e U.U'I1\\clI. hw X mark witness Estimates furnished ,
    8tronglyal1\'ol'atl\ permanent man a liout completed the alterations : Uichard on applicationoriet.pondeiite

    alI\ptlon-or at least as long [ for public otlice as well as his making; uu their new teamb.wt at they JII ckoiuillu art- v Milton, \VMU.I., Jerry I)Wlit. ( rab; I'. ,'I. hall, witness! ( awl pationago solicited.

    < ns we remain unatl'ected by the disease ( friends must remember that his "" and l could bring her around b>' witness J. 1-'. Lewis ; .1. J. Tucker, _tl Wmp

    known as the "big head and word will be carefully (scrutinized the Intin ktockholJvr>t tif (tuber,few but at a moctin .;"f Xolll'itne..l'.IJ.. .,Walton J.> W. J.Mal.an D. C'Abb; G.; LAIN SEWING, NEEDLEWORK){ AfiD{
    attempt to run the county. If such und if nothing of an infamous character decldeJ. after advising w'lth ago the it most was J. 1'. illeJ'tItne J. D. Crabb, J. W..

    disaster should be found in his .yuan; 1*. c. hoiimgeour witnesall. EMBROIDERY.
    u occur to our ana can past romnent shippers, not to bring the Dreyer J. D. II.

    tomy them In that event we may history many ices. will be attribu- brat to Indian Hive until about Xotem- J. A\ Mahan Crabb J. ; Ellis Cobb witness '\ ItS. AXXIE SIMMONS offers her
    D. Crabb I
    back the ted to him without the her Ikt, a* there will be very little bud- ; Chr. F. Fis- 1 V services in
    want to get to delegate slightest nest before the middle cher witness J. D. Crabb/J. W. Maha the above line to the
    system. foundation, and he need not berow and the weather for of that month, Edward H. Titus, witness ; Ladies of Titnsville.[ Prices moderate.
    making the -
    nutsid nompt
    ker, Ja* :Silvertouth; Robt. ISitow, wit- attention.
    ueusi-, M4Ju
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    5. I THE EAST COAST- .AnV06ATJ. FRIDAY, SKIT, .26, 1890. : A : 1

    j: : FE..A. X T- E"'CTDQE., :"'

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    Cl'e1'Y: ; ," rJTiir\VIll, ",v ootl t"..C OllNolillO Cool ( oyel'ol.Onll'n\ f lll"llla11\c day; leoeived. PilccH.Kuafantc.d.F1. : '

    i T. B'UDGKE: Tiiutrville, Fin.DISTRICT : 'l' .

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    NEWS. Eau Gallic.Eau To the Honorable Board of .1lelsleyt\ A C U.inlncr, "llnI.'MIll'h.II1.\
    County Commissioners of Bre- Sardner. F A Lotileyj; UonJ U Wilson! ; Nauman's : \
    witness JnoM Dixon to'\ .1 :S ,
    vard County, Florida: Tll\ll'Y; "
    watson WI(ness Howell Titus, Finn
    Uallio booming./ .
    x 'Mims. Kenaker: ; 11 li togas witness! )!uht .NewspaperSubscription ; {
    [Send a share; of your job painting tll petitioners, :Morrow T ,J Di-Steuben; Uobert Moi
    V. \. '
    the' ADVOCATE ofliee.] \,7OUII and Frank Itenaker Lmloy row, wttties.s! T J Di'Steubt-n, F A 1.llIll'Y ij,
    composIng \ { Agency.
    TU lIill'V.tlll'lIII (J U HomlngwaiFAlolley ,
    [Job'; work done at the ofllce of tldspaper. )Ct. Win. cutler and n party of tlio 11l'1lIf Lo-dey lonakcrt! : ; l'\ 1) Joiner, witness\ F .\ /#

    ,] friend*' from the north are expected in compliance with the provision I Losley Frond 1I1'lInkl'r'ank; Foreman: '. ,
    of .84111 of the 1:111'11If tilt TIm PIONKKU AGENCY.For : t
    Chapter :
    A numlicr of our young) people w ere home daily. :State of Florida, respectfully nj'ply to I witness! F A 1. collected at the depot Mond'iy evcniifjr I[ : wllne >s w H Myorf, Howe
    1'1'oo1anzetrCVN In this tletnity ]Honoiablo Hotly for the tight to sill I
    in ]honor of the a.trlval! of the new schoolteaeherl : ore your iiitiM.leallng wines, iiiul beer in TitxtssyF' H D.1'.IDestenben)' witness 11 Atkinson, tot\1111 and sample copie atltlresa) !
    Uii. looking reui.nkably WI.Il. and putting ana liquors : : I Chic F "'1,1'111'1"lnclI"\
    )[j"lIlI.lt'I'ell. of Camilla ;
    Election Distiiot No. 2 ('I 1 iliu-vllle) In ('HAS. H. NAt1I11Tntsvit.r.t:1'.0., .
    good growth. I] ]F A Losley Frank Kennkur: ; ,J.I' Tncke '-1\
    Rev T. J. Axon, l\ E., held services I: said I'rcvard county, and ark that a per- '' witness James K Howman, ,J F Lewis; )llrevunt county Flu 1 ,'t'- ';'
    at this place last: :Saturday: cvenhnj.townspcoph Our I i lan:: Gallig has more natural a.lvauta- mlt lie given them for tho Mine.Wo 'I' 1' M: Young, witness! J i D Crabb: J \\: "..,,' /' "

    } were very favorably Imprlll gus for a "t."VI1lal\ any ol.her place the undersigned, liein : a majttlty: Mohan ; w K .Andrews witness\ Ibury 1. 1M. Sanders | Co. '
    ed with )fr XixooTs discourse and of tint 1'l'ioft'I't'11'otl'tll of Election Distiict ,
    many ..
    on Indlin liven. 11 Titns Frank Uenaker: ; K C: Miller, witness W
    IIf them listened; to him the .lIowlnJ No. 2 of Drevard county, Fla., do I John Mjers. Frank Uenaker: ; henry Dealers (In ?
    at and Titusvllle.KocVer U th of have been 1t.'I\llI'l'trul1y concur In the above application
    day LaUrjuige: >> our storekeepers re | I'cndletoli, his X mink, witness\ HCI
    I'fhlnjt heavy frtights novntlyburincfS and ask thnt the let i'itt pad rightbo Iorh.n Flunk Kenaker.T" ,
    Dios. dealing: : Is" rapidly nearIng very ; granted: w : DRY GOODS NOTIONS ; 'J

    completion The fifteen, RCIX-H aie must bo good.U'.iildtngs 1\ M. Fisher, witness\ w. ii. Hauia; ..,,
    J cut down and cut up, and wire is on the arc going up all the time. .". .\. Lotdey; Henry H. Drejer" witness Pl'ofo-l-lionnl CU1'dl"2. CROCKERY: "

    t- ground for fencing. When convicted, F A. Lesley! T, II. Mjers; CI.-... w. Mat* SADDLEKY,: /
    know btiuiit
    ,this ('1ea1'inA'llIal..! mat<: tally to the mid 1 n o of half-a-tlozen: more t i ,.
    tin witness n1 't'I'II. Henry H. '
    good appearance, of the neighborhood.Orango ; in the near: future. Dryer; w. If. 11.1'1111.ittw.- V. .1. 1osEdwanl LJt| 1.. JAULDEX, s'rATIoNERY: FAMILY:: JIEl)1clNEsiAItDEN, : : .* ,,:...' f

    deco in this nclghhoiliooft: l'11'taln"nt.un, has been spending; nCC !ley, 1\ M. Fiohir: ; iI.'i'ituslIt-
    r t looking' csceptiiyiivlly! well since the recent \\ lays With,.It!*, looking: after the interosts ni'xs Call C. Curtis, .\. M. o+III'I'Il; A.M. ATT.01tXEV.AT.LA\V, ( SEEDS'tCIIOICI

    sbowers, and the crop will. In nit of the 1.1:. S. 1). Co.I : CMioin, wittiest Edwaid 1[. T\tllll.\ rm'sviu.i, .'I.\. I ': (iKocinmx, ('tJ.

    probability exceed the expectations! I Tho ftrnmcrft St. Lode( and (Joorglanbro'ight w. If. Myers; Howcll: Titus witness' A. HAY, (COUX MAPES FERTILIZERS] ;,l I ;'1
    formed In the of the ,I )[. Hbom, w, lip ; ,\. w, Ruiry "
    early part) NO.IMOII.. [ down,the dry dock! luulI'Ill'e.1It: I C,1Il'll Myers 1 AS. T. SAN'DEKS: : FINE PATENT Fl.OUfl. I ..4Oooon1F
    The fruit 1st' Iatl1U\n and ('OItlUclIl'Int:; witness Cn1'1l'. Flunk licnakerj: ; ,I .
    in pnt.lllon. The ictf.rncd tiTitusviliu
    | Ouorgtan.t: ; r
    to (hmgc cuter !: S. Hamilton: witness w. II. Myers' C. or.ic1n. l ,
    down tho for
    tiring lumber t
    A. lArdner; C_ A. Gardner; witness 1C.S. .
    i the bulkhead. Will inicliif, III nil the (',,"rtlt nt tin (PCVllIthJltlltdllll'lrI'lIlt 1
    H. 1 Is;, L.
    .... : nxmllten.'W. Myers; llr.idy, of Klorld.i.I1. ,
    Sharpes. Quite settlement Is In Ing formed witness! Frank Keuakerv.. 11. T
    A en avers; O. tideama.: 'l'I1't'S\'II..U, FW.Miinoy HODGSON BROS. :1. '
    the peninsulaopposite; Eau (Jallio. Several 'fh,,". MJMiHy, witness A, \\" lluie, II. \F, to Ixmn.M. t .j IL
    of our .lilents have: taken up lam Atkllison; H. 'Atkinson, witness A. .
    t-Iob pilnting of all kinds -duuo nt theAIJVHCATK there, and contemplate going Into tho w. Dulu, Thus. McXulty; M.I K.: English; \ OY."II'I : KOIIIIIMI.VAl.rriiH.. (iimiAMNS "r, -

    ti offlee.] t'ucklnlllnuluc":4 thin winter. Wo hope witness! w. II.Spiers: ) w. II. Mycix; lieury 1)O1l) (5KAHAM, General! j\rereliants r
    their fondest ]hopes may bo' realized. lip Titus, witness J. F. Len I Is, JullllIYl'1'Il ,
    ff Afr. V. L. Hatch Is in. New Yuck .
    .1. K Vitnoss.lohn/ I ,
    U.: 1'. Ulatch hl1I.t"'en his Kchoon. ; Lewis Myers, ;Y
    f 1uYlltcsr.1Ir. 3jr. / lIenry H. Titus; II. Boyd!, wit ness'1'hos, ATTdltX I'YT.I,.\ \ KauGnllie IT- Ia.
    thorough and to ,
    er overhauling hopes
    Frank Hatch has gone to school, .1. DeSteubeh, E.' II. Titus; M.I 15. IJun- TirroviLi.K:, Drevard Co., Florida.
    have her launched in few Mrlilalvh '
    at Kielnnund, Va. informs us that a ho !is days.going to itch, witness J. T. ::Sanders. D. Cameron r. t), Ilex, :2.10.1vill INDIAN RIVER FLA. l ,
    XIul I'. Xlelson witness\ Carl C. '.
    ; |prnrtlee In nil tlinronntleinf the ltrrrlltl
    The school house looks A'1'ettl."lmpl'uv- hull! another residence, and will star CurttsH, FranR Kenaker; It. 11. Hersey Circuit nml In thu Hiiin| 'ina ('(llIrt. special. fHlltUn ,,- (h'tlCNI, Fancy 1 l'ultlCIIIII'o Teas,

    e<.11y. recoiling a much-iiowlcif coat of for boat the In lumber the water as,soon as he can get. his wltnots J. F. Lewis, J. w. Rogers: ; S. J. \ for C
    paint.Mrs. Norton, witness I). A. Citric! .'. A, I.os- ants and Helm to-KuinlKli| Iruntu, DRY noon:!. ,
    Joseph Paxfttn, from Koekledge, Dr. :Walter S. Graham and Mr. C. II !Iy; C. >v. Christian, itnets Henry '1'. Money tit loan 1
    with her chllilicn hpent Keveral days at Walton, proprietors! of the EAST Co.Vs- Titus, .7. I"'. Lewis; John .1') D.ilylt-'
    City Point with Mrs. A. L.7Iatih.. ADVOCATK, have been on a few II.IYK'vt..lt ness Henry Titus, John dyers 1 ; Joint I Steam or Sail; Runts for Charter by till ,
    u tii Mr. and Mrs J. O I. Walton. Thl Mjeis, witness Henry Titus. ,J. F. Lewis; all M. D. L. DODSOX: Day Week or Mouth. 1' ;
    SI The (juaiterly conference was held on was tho Doctor's fist >Visit to Eau (iallie T, w. smith, witness Henry 1' Titmt, J.F. 'I
    We v. Bolton, ;; mud: olliiial: 3iieml>erH gave reports with its pretty scenery 'I'itus.i. 1," IcIII; S. A. Dcld'l'r. llnoss 8PECr.\JIS1' IX OllmUTlntmnT.: J. 'Vc :Fogors, :, '

    of the vnelonadepartrnentsofelnll- w. H. Myers, John Myers; E. II. Mice, i DEALER: IX CLOTIUXU '"
    tlan work I Captain Jerome, of lirautley was In MECHAXlbAL II
    dAlf & ) I "
    r witness! J. F. Lewis, Frank Iteuaker: ; S. DKXTISTKY I

    Tho orango growers of tlo,. section are i our hill old river friends.last week Tho calling captain on gave somo us of avery F. Kiev, witness J. F. LewU, 1"I'alUllcn- Gents. Furnishing Goods Shoes; Hats, '- l-

    much encouraged at tIe piospeuts this pressing invitation to aker; J. w, Jones, his X iniiik, witness TI\\'u.u:. KLDHJDA. I '
    aocompan; Cal: C. Unit IKS Frank Caps, Umbrellas Trunks Valises 1.'
    J. 1 ,
    Kciixon. JMoRt of the groves have larger him on a cruise down the river but ow Kcnuker; '
    (,I'opIl1l1l\t1 usual, and extra tine totality, lug to stress of business we had to decline Miller witness .J.'}'. Mltehell, ..T.o', LewIs 1.-4A HUE P ELY, FINE CIGARS: Ktc. ':. "

    'So mote it be." though reluctantly.Quito : ; I'. J. Hall witness J. }o'. Lewis, F. A. I 1'ho only house (In town making a specialty .' tj-(
    e very JUSTICE
    LoMy; .J, F Mitchell, witness! J. }' LewIs OF THE PEACE HTII DlST .
    of (icnts. Furnishing (I loads \ t
    MiiMVilmot, who for thn-u terms / .
    I e'xtcnsivu Improvements lie w. AIL Harris; :F..U Yllleret\ witnessJ Notary I'liMIc for the Plate nt targe. }
    e taught school at City 1'oint,111N accepted ing nude: in the northern part of our }o', Lewis, J. P. Anderson; ..J.P.11- Contractor end UulMiT of aver an )1II&r,,' experience. Irop In and examine my stock, and I ,,
    + the offer of the trustee for a fourth hottlcmcnt In tho way of !building sod demon, wlliieKM F. U Vllleivt\ J. "', Natural Flnlxh H|>rrlnlty. compare pi Ices. Cash: customers command ..I:.,
    term. This reflects favoriU-ly upon both land. he IIELUOCiLNFk FLA.mutter's every conslduratlon competitor ,
    clearing Trucking seems to tho Lewis; w. F. Fetch witness! Henry H. i '
    teacher and patrons.Mrs. rage, and quito a large: : atea will bo planted Dryer, Jolt Myers; Wax Ludwig von .__-_ __ __ u claim to confer .. .
    ". II. Sharpe, w ho has been enjoying this winter, In beans and tomatoes Kojipelow, witness Frank Honaker, ]F. A. I Call when convenient. First door .' 'jJf

    t ,,, Indifferent health fur MOHIO time, Mr. Eo 't Church Intends building; a tine Lusty; K.: Schultz witness Frank llena- Sale. south of ) IDI10N
    s, returned from a weeks visit to <:Coco lesldeiiive/ on his property at no distant tier[ John J. Daly; Drock J l Revels! his Under and bylrtuo of n ,le'I'Cof

    feeling/ much lietter Thu change: : of air mark, witness J. F. Lewis, John Myeis; forclosiiru and sale rendered by the' jlllllo : mt"'GUAY .

    and the electropolsu\ are doing wonders. I date.Mr.. Chas. Young; has ordered the him \\. E.: Fetch, witness J. 1) Cr.Hili, J, F. of the Circuit Court of Ibo Seventhlndi. ,,
    Lewis; waiters. Ion her for.. l-lxMO; building for a meat market I
    T. Vivian Moore, from St. Johns, .I ; Itoalcr In :
    flake F A Losly] ; J I) Cral.li, witness at chandlers,'for tho county of lire\irnl.
    and'has made
    ; FointUunso"was n guest at several Capt.: Miarpe's days last*'I week I I'ky a fresh, supply: of beef arrangements on hand every to have day J F Lew is, Frank Kcnakcr; w I K. Knox, dated tlio 2nd day ut August A. 1). 18110 Drugs, Chemicals, Perfumery, .Toilet ? ;
    witness T Frank in a rel'talnaUIiO wherein Am/in I).
    He attending Intend! to to his plant truck extensively farming) Interests.In thissection. the Mr. meat Y. will may have: lie refrigerator kept perfectly, HO fresh that Thomas Henry)[Mitchell Titus wltners Henry Hl'lIl1korj HDrey.; Pitts Is complainant and I Alfred H. Traf Articles, Fine Soaps Stationery, :.:;'. it.I .

    This Is something we have been In nec.1IIf er, F A Losly; J U watson, witness Jas ford and Jennie D. TratTord et al are do I : y ':

    for long time and wo feel suro that Wlvertooth; F A Losly; M U Mctzgar, fendants I will sell at public outcry, In JIonrnySl'ECT/ C\: & ,\ .' ; ,
    1 Mis Clara, the oldest; daughter of Mr. ho will bo well patronized by the people' Itness J F Coachmun Frank Kenaker; front of the Court Housu door of Titus HKWIN'O MACHINES. r a
    J. M. Sanders, of Cocoa spent last 'Sat.urday of Eau iallie. We wish him Ellis Cobb witness Carl U Curtis Frank vllle, Itrevaid unity, Florida, on the
    mieccfcg. ,
    here, ]leaye-taking, 'l] efore goingto Ho will rent a piece of Messrs.every J. Kcnakcr; O Xolle witness John Myers, first Monday In October, during the lo- Guns, Pistols (Sewing' Machines! and '

    I tho Wesleyan Female College, Macon O. and C. II, Walton's.land lying;: between Frank lienaktir; George 1111111111'It,- gal hours of Halo, for cash, to the highest Machinery Hepiilred.) Watches, Clock
    Ga. :Her friends wish her successful tho Eau Ua1lillllml the Indian rivers. ness J !' Turner, II' A Lohly wiley. Henry bidder, thu following described! real and Jewelry a Specialty., ,

    ; college career. his X maikwitness Ellis: Cobb. May estate to-wit: School looks and /School Supplloa., t

    r Services connection with the third ,- -- .- ,-- ,--.,. Hell his X mark; May Dell, his X 'mark, A tract of land shown on the map of Subscriptions\ taken at lultlillhel"alrIcU It
    quarterly conference of the IndIan Kivcr witness Kills: Cohh, wlley Henry his X Kobblns) Graham's addition to 'Titus for Xewspapers, Hooks, Magazines, etc. .

    if Mission,-E. Church South, were held Proclamation Mark; n C! ScrlniKeonr, witness II F Atkinson vllle as lot twenty-eight, said lot having Prescriptions\ carefully compounded at "

    Sunday morning and evening: and continued fly Toe MAIOK OF Tilt TOWN OF TITCI.v1Ll.e Fmnk Uenaker; S 1.111111111 wit- a frontage of sixty feet on Malnq street any time day: or night 1 p
    Monday, Tuesday and J'i cihtca.lay, STAT: or KI.OUIIIA. peso W JI Myers, F A LoMy; Andrew and running back 'a depth of eighty .
    by the following ;ministers JZevs.! T. J. hereby given that the au- iJibhon, witnesii: EcCuuruy, F A 1.Ioly; eight feet; said map of Kobbtns A Un,-
    and NOTICE Nathan webber, witness! Frank Kenaker: ham'III\Idltlun! Is now on record In theClerk's I Drums y.s
    Nixon V Jo: J. X, Jones, H. like. election the officers of the .
    Good congregations at nIl the services.'Mr town of Titusville, will be held at the FALoMy; David Moore,, his X mark, office of Hruvard county or m' 'f
    court house on the 27th of October witness How ell Titus, T J DeSteuheji; much of above descrllivd property as Patent : .
    W. D. Ord returned Wednesday, day Medicines : t
    will be nufHclcnt ;
    Washington Barnwell, wltnes w F Fute:It to satisfy .dd decree ,
    weeks the 1.\, I). Itc.K, the same being the fourth
    from a two trip to lower river '
    F A I.->>>ly; Jery wait, witness w II Myem and costs of sale Purchasers to '
    ill the month to elect pay "
    He well with HO he Monday one
    was pleased aw. mayor .'
    F A for titles. and '
    Losly. wllllain\ Uilison witness Elegant Perfumery Toilet Articles
    Fishing and surf bathing were much enjoyed one marshal and collector of tauiw, ,. : :
    w It Knox Frank Kenaker Thoina J.1'. 'fL'I1N'W ,
    one clerk and treasurer uifl ; ,
    'The pineapple interest at Eden one assessor
    interested him, but lie says lit would not of taxes, the foregoing officers to hold 1 1I warren, witness Andrew Cibsun1' J Doteulten Special Master, Kept constantly on hand at .' ;
    : Samuel Dell witness II R"IiIIIY5 & OKA u AM,
    oflice for the term of one each and ,
    exchange a good "orange year ;
    ,ft Xear the House of Refuge, ,the grove boat I also to elect three aldermen to bold oflioe FA Losly; Henry Darnne'll. witness KC Solicitors for Complainant.lfjt, J. B. Screveii'sDItUU ';
    Thomas Frank Kenaker Frank Hoimton
    struck on what they thought was a mink- far two 'earlllll.'xt.. succeeding their "Ieo- ;
    witness J FLow (lc Eugene :
    tiun. ) w Xortvuj; .
    tF en log, but w hat proved to lie a shoal oft
    HTOHi:. "
    white Hall.o' .
    witness Goo li ALusly
    manatee .enjoying their lumbers. The Uy direction the Town Council the HODGES
    ] ; Steve" Stanley, witness J E Dow. & GODFREY
    of whether tho
    infuriated not slow to ijuektieu running at large
    sea-cow was resent Also the latent Newspapers>> PcrlodU '
    man, F A Losley; George w Denham, his ,
    of horses and mules at night shall bo
    the intrusion, and for a short time, the cal, etc. 'b
    X mark :
    safety of the craft and its occupants (Mr prohibited !In said town, shall IK submit witness Henry T Tltim," F A Manufacturer of

    Agee and Mr. 01'(1)) was a matter of considerable ted to the people, and notice U hereby Lusty; A 11 Curry, witness w K KnoxF i
    that MUU shall,., A Lonly; B N Lovejoy, witness J I'
    doubt. Much relief was feltw given question decided Pine Lumber : .
    hen the monsters departe at hail election. Those in favor of prohibiting Turner F A Losley; Edinond: Love Ids Yellow Indian River :
    the running at largo of homes X mark, witness JloweU Titus, F A Los- ; .
    The th,U fry picuie held at City Ivint
    land mulort at night shall vote ".'01' I ley; George D.trnwell witnc. A II Curry IIOl'UII nltEN.LU, 4V
    i pro, .
    was a must enjoyable affair. Yariuti hiblting humor and mules running at F A Losley; E I. Stanley wltnesn John ( liox ........, ','
    parts of the county were well repK-meit- Myers, Frank Kenaker: I..e\\I" wtiU 'I)
    large; at night" Those opposed to ; >iuan .
    : fruit t .t.ble .
    pioliibiting VrK Cralea.Lumber
    6'1. viz: bharpes, Hardcciille: CouititeyTitnsvilie. witness State t Bank
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    such running at large, shall vote Geiger, Frank Fenaker O C '
    ; Cocoa and Kocklulge. The II Collins, witness John Mn Call C; ilpllvere.l at any part or Indian lUrerim / iYf
    'Against prohibiting;; horses and mules flit NI ;h bill..r Uillntf.. Any.gN rwitcmiiUt- ,
    l following candieiates.were on hand looking from running at large at nights Me- Curtis; Fred Grubler witness Jilt Ii Ferguson lug kulMuiK oil tl... Ki Cmuit ..."1.1 tit. ....ilIA.
    their best and with brightest uniik-s A M 'hunt; Walter A flow'Laud write fur jirlnvn. The HawtulU U uluutwl tin the Titusville Florida. "
    + wooing; the elector, etc. : ,S. H, Kay Rogers: : Geiger are hereby, Henry Hpioiiited Egger, judges and Joe of witness John Jtlyerv, J w Rogers; J w )., T. Jt K. \V. Uy., It iuil. "utli uIIJghtM ( 1'.lalka. \ :

    with wife and family, J. M Dixon and said election and J. T. !Sanders clerk Rogers, witness <} F Diuwn John Myers! Nat"lIlIIn IMitiiau <'0., Flu. .", h rIyCUUnltATED
    : U.fUKIi LAWS ..
    daughter, our popular county ekrkt.A. I thereof. I'oll to he open from 0 a. m. tFDuren, witness John Myers, w \ 4ewe.'iotleoof TilE 07TUB
    Stewart (who could not )>e found to 4 p. m. Given under hand and lowland; Herman cher, witnatuiThog STATE or FMJUIU.I
    when called upon to pay bill address) U. seal this .jth day of /September, A. It.Itl'O. Debteulwn! It Richards, E.I Holuien, AuthwhetICapital, I , 100,000 1 .

    Sander and 10: W. Hall. The various : witness! T J IJtSteullt'n, F A Losley; l*..oliitloii.IH I ]J['aid-up Capital, ,'. $23,000 ..", .
    aspirantere: presented their 7-5t: BK.VJ. K. WiLi-ojf, Mayor. lemin' witnesitll U Archibald, Itllchurli :: ..::'::
    which Wall done' ably and well by frlellIIl.// ; It Richards witness John to certify that the firm of J, I A (JeUllr.1 itsualur Iliulum Truact, ,
    /Sanders, anti 1.t. Harden, who (I Meyers, O D Hemingway; ..IlimSltuou/ TJIlS WatJloo.t' Co. liskolvtulrp- r," .

    finite pathetically to the mothers and This Is For You. non, witueMlII Dreyer, frank Kenaker: nershlp on thu 1st lay of May, 1WO. All 'JAJEM!: J>IUTt.'UAIn. Picnident I ; .
    maidens for help. Capt. W. II. Sharpe' Valentine iailer, wftneiM II II. Archibald liilU due the Ute linn are to IM) paid to W. U. UAJUIKTT; Vlw -President; ,

    made a strong speech on behalf of men If you wish to express your sympathyto Frank lU-naker; Jo Silv rtuoth, Mr. J. H. Watson; all claim against said W. M, Buow-v, Ca,U A ','",
    who would best represent the Interest witness Vowel Titus, John 3/yer; U A firm to be paid by Mr, J. H. 11 atllOn. Directors: James Pritchard W. B. .
    /tiling & Taylor cannot do it +.,
    of the people corporalooll'ere able to you Dobbitt t
    't ; ,1t.DetiIiIC A Uardee T Smith '
    w J. S. Barnett J. U. Durkeo :
    IYATsugi r W. t;. Grahaoi: :
    look after their own vested right The with more sincerity than,. by calling on L.\ Brady, witness E L Brady, FA Low I S. if. KAy. lad W. M, Brown.i .'
    captain was at his best, and his speech them at their store on the wharf, at ey; E UvCourcey.wltneM Valentice J 1 v: .
    made a deep impression upon all, and Caller, Frank lUsnaker C Oliver witness : very JTaror Ceu.l.teut with. CuDMrrkUrfl v. %
    Cocoa, and settling your account In full ; L Kit u kill K J&te.: ....
    carried conviction to many. A sumptuous E L Brady Frank Kenaker (I II Al- "
    luncheon by the ladies, to date; or, if more convenient send ; Correspondent ; Seaboard Xatloail ,1-...
    was prepared: tree, witness lIowe1| Titus, F A Lonley; lank sew Vvrk
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    '-: and enjoyed by all them a check; they will appreciate It. Jab M iisoni witness Ueuj It wlU' B, F FOR THIS PAPER. l.4kllOl&vll1": ; .v .

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    therefore CUBIOUS FACTS.
    -- --M mink oak.
    always, '
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    PALE) -CAST: of THOucmivUser love. I war a +pman made for rule, tot; to do. I am afraid 'you will o tpUe tot HATCHING SALMOK.'PROCESS take bait.Vber. the eel ..lmoti gctSlts of toe Wes India 4ocks isO0

    Command. I am ft tyrant Oh, I knowit for what I am about to confe ." knoweth. Nevertbeless, afhu The area

    [ *was a bat for tat and 1 arom. and I choose to be. I have yet to "Oh I don't imagine; that I than," food no man d tbe IIl1mon !,fdi1rm.nt ; .acres. '

    ',Tbmeet It, tot. U stood before l1Ie clear; find any one who can manage my affair cried Mrs. Frederick*,lightly. "Ccme 1! FOLLOWED AT OXE OF been riven has different hues and different The coins of Siam are made of poise

    [ In night ii.i.obd I had heard it dose (and even those of a few others) a* satisfactorily = to the point I I think I shall be able to UNCLE: HAM'S UATC11KB1K3. tastes. lain; those of Japan are made principallyf

    Deride the pillow, trhlnpering In my ear a* myself. But Lena !Is differ hear your confession without too great odd feature of this interesting in. iron. .

    I But fat the morning other whisper came, ent. She !Is a very tender blossom. She shock" of Fish Annually Added to One u the method of packing tot There are over three thousand! millions
    until .astry
    Blowing thus way and that, grew will never care to be a tyrant. She will "I love your granddaughter," ejacn ofntrer and Lakes Oddly enough, the eggs manufactured yearly In this
    of envelopes
    I teemed the the supply tran portatlon.
    Full tot all doubt, and nothing live for her husband-for his love. She Wed the and his box fifteen
    Captain i ruptly, eyes _The Young.'r1 at homeTransporting taken from the water. country. .
    [ .me; will only develop into all nature intended still continued to study the pattern of the are and lour inches hIgh is the fine
    Egff police
    I r I had to do inches Carlsruhs Germany,,
    Bo I lost tight of that ; square of In ,
    her for under those condition Therefore at his feet. material. A layer
    Light nMoalngs decoyed me, one by one rug made of some tight the bottom J' any one who plays on the piano with, an
    i* it very necessary to find an exceptional "Welll"'Well is deposited 10.
    And then the ran Mt,with my taik/iot done in small streams distance see inch of moss window.
    oak: for my exceptional Tine.. I know that you have other de. Swimming a bit of wet mosquito netting open

    Then did I know how 1 bad lived In vain. Dropping all metaphor, the husband who signs for her, I know that Henri loves from the sea about thirty miles, and and a it. Next a layer of eggs is The wife of a painter ftt Macon, Ga., F

    And,'' clearly. see my step had turned is to be worthy of Lena must not bo the her-no, not as well as I do; that wouldbe from the river where they were caught thrown more over mosquito netting is doubledSack has given birth to a child weighing

    astray; first chance suitor,. If your nephew impossible. Still, he if bound up In three miles, near Bangor, Me., are about ,over them, then "another layer of forty pounds.A .

    For there be path that in the dark lie plain, please me," concluded the old lady,, her, poor boy I and-and BO you see that two hundred robust salmon male and female continuing until t hereafffour busier of Chepaliis, Washington,

    Yet grow invisible when shine the day. fastening her bright, piercing; eyes with I must'go away." the property of the United States process la'ers of eggs-abC'lut 12,000 recently killed cougar which measures

    .-Owe Witter,<" Ltpptneotl. masterful and hdmorous challenge\ on the "I see," pronounced Mrs. Fredrick) and of the State of Maine, all of whichare salmon in all. From four to six boxes- nine feet five inches in length.

    Captain's face, "I may capture him for distinctly, "nettling! of the sort. soon to have the assistance of main possible! fish-are placed in a tier I'arisian'dandies now wear pink, blue

    her." A* the Captain finally looked at her Inwordleallurprlselhe producing millions ot their kind 72,000 sawdust in one .
    in with
    ,An Old School Diplomat in from the sea this spring and these are packed or red shirts in the .evening, regular
    continued They '
    laid : weigh
    "Henri i* an excellent fellow, case. These eggs may low-cut evening waistcoats.:
    thousands of others weighing on large
    the Captain, with some emotion.He "Come here to me, young maa. He with should all hatch and growto
    111' AGNES oirronu. their arrival about twenty-five pounds pounds, and John Weiss, the.concert singer, who
    approached the great armchair. The old would then
    glanced through the window at fish they
    be ten pounds the influenza lost his
    Mrs. Frederick held a letter in her the two people pacing lowly lady's little, shriveled, imperious hand each, and had they avoided the fish 108 tonswhich fact demonstrates after an attack of
    young up about Austria.
    haod. She had been reading it-with. and down in the moonlight."I went up to his coat sleeve. weirs of tho fishermen, would have deposited weigh wonderful increase in nature. If voice, killed himself at Baden, ,

    out glasses. Would the ever have any wonder what he is talking to her "Bend down I :Nearerl! Nearer! spawn and milt along the spawn. ., a treated the same way, and Texas has a double-headed cat. It ii
    salmon are
    of the infirmities of age I Her puff and abont," thought the Captain. "Hi college And the Captain was aware of having lug bed prepared by nature, where fully the sea hatching be attended with equally perfect in form except the two heads. It

    curb of snowy hair under the ornamental races, probably." suddenly received a kiss, which was like two-third of it would have been devoured favorable results, the weight of the fish bas four eyes, four ears and two mouths.

    coiffure" Of lace and ribbons, her gold. Lena' grandmother, in her turn, a benediction on the roots of his hair. by cell, suckers, chubs, pickereland maturity would be over 1080 tons, allowing That which Americans call a bowl is

    headed 'cane by her arm chair, teemed watched her companion' unconscious "You will remain here and you will other fish. But they were caught at thirty pounds for each !fish Salmon known as a basin in England. In England -

    eimply to be the effective properties of a Face a moment. be my grandson-in-law," cried the old alive, tenderly transferred to submerged packed as above, can be and you usk: for a basia of bread, and

    well-mounted play "Well, well. ," she sold, "we shall lady. "Yes, )'ell! Why1 do you look at can, which were afterward towed jn shipped eggs to all parts of the world.- milk. /

    ,"In short Lena, I have resolved to lee 1" me sot I speak the truth. You will land, and now, in their narrow quarters are who
    in New York Timea.Bolivia's York people have a
    tended. They are Many New
    this if he Lena. are being carefully
    marry.you young man- certainly marry Why silly war
    anit met'Firm tor I that are don't know that she what is known as Craig Brook, the only taste for ic3 cream are train: the fad of
    know you you
    "But, Captain Charter, I don't salmon hatchery place in the world.At Mountains. Boston brawn bread with theia-
    calm, crisp words, spoken invoice a has not thought of any one but you sinoa tea Sky-riercingr:

    correspondingly clear and mistresit why- she first aw ;you! Young Bowen, indeed this place, in years past, Uncle one-fourth of Bolivia's area U cream.
    "You don't know I should Scarcely
    t;itsoif."' why com- I Saving the politeness I would. Sam has expended many thousands of under cultivation a large portion of it Ben Dixon a colorel .mia !a St.
    plaint" said the Captain,'gently. It was I dollars in experiments, and here, too, but he
    "'Grandmamma show your nephew;he has been nothingmore by sky-piercing mount Louis :Mo., has only two fingers,
    since the of his being occupied
    Don't interrupt, child! I know everything many evenings evening i to her than a handsome barber's millions upon millions of fish have been ains. The Andean system, that can piay eight musical instruments at the-
    arrival, and it was he now who was pacing into and have great
    \ you could possibly have to say. block, and that was just what I bad in articially brought being extends from Panama to Patagonia, here same time.
    in the dusk by Len tide. Conscience been distributed in the waters of Maine
    I have not lived in the world seventy stricken, ho told himself that he tended. I knew what you were. Was abroad divides into two distinct ranges;that French parents: possessing seven or
    and sent to Germany
    ,, year for !nothing Yes! Yes,11 know. had no right thus to monopolize that not your father, too, one of my dearest and Australia.The England, running nearest the sea having but few more children havo certain exemptionsfrom

    You have bever seen this young Ian; place. Wnere was Henri, his nephew friends I Ob, well, well I I knew thatno peaks of extraordinary height, while the taxation. In France there 'are
    don't know, whether tan love would make Lena fish, two-thirds of which are females
    you ;you "Ah well he resumed cannot one as happy a* eastern range, known as the Cordillera! 140,000 families prompted.
    him that i I If f wished when end are purchased late in June and .
    All to
    etc. nonsense you I ;pou. my came Real Mountains, a name well deserved
    don't know him now you will know him say> ; that you always treat my nephew" leave her in yodr hands. What wa it to early in July, and until October are ftl. : (Royal divides into five separate A brutish French miner in the village
    cindly as kindly ai he would wish. ), again thsxt.he
    to-morrowwhen he arrives. If you don't me that you were thirty-six: and the child lowed the freedom of the nver for a dls north and of Hickman, Peun., wafers
    chains extending
    lie was trying to smile, but his heart waiicavy. parallel animal alive. Recently he
    ,love him! now you will love him-well, nineteen I knew well enough that those tance of a quarter of a mile. The bed south. All the principal peaks, as wellas cat any small
    It teemed always to be so now. feat of eating
    of the river-is of mud and not at all to performed the disgusting
    perhaps not tomorrow; but next day; difference are nothing when they are on the bear local names oi
    Lena with downcast made various ranges
    I have shown you his picture. He i* eyes, no the r ght side. But I wanted Lena to the liking of the salmon, which will jaw-breaking character, with most of a live rabbit.A .
    handsome; no It of suitable age. I believe answer. continued be equally convinced to judge of you in make no attempt to spawn thereon, but which I need not trouble you. woman at Newark, N. J., is holding
    will the
    in young people marrying when "Perhay you say, comparison with the-excuse me for so at, the upper end there is another and a The third counting from the a six-year-old: child as security for a debt
    till with his forced range
    'they,are young. Head Bowen i* three. that Captain, have not, known him lightness long, speaking of your nephew-whipper-snap- much smaller inclojure, having a bottomof sea, is called the Portugaisto, and in it of $20, duo from the mother, who is ,in

    end-twenty. You are nineteen.. Verysuitable. you >er* of the day. For that reason gravel. Into this comes the female famous silver mines ao.la considerable Canada, and refuses to give her up un
    enough to-to learn to think of him as he are some
    Very suitable indeed. Put would wish. But ". 1[ invited you both here together that she when "ripe," or ready to deliver a portion town, all of the same name, til the debt is paid.: :

    I on blue and look best. might see. But had I intimated to her of her eggs, and following her is
    ; your gown your Do think one must know-a Potosi, with its exhaustless treasures of The barbers of Nordhsusan, Saxony

    *' 'A* for young Bowon' uncle, Captain a you long time to-care in that !" that I wished her to marry you, the !. seen the male salmon. About this time. gold and,, silver, is also among these are compelled by law to cleanse and disinfect -'
    person of Uncle Sam' is
    I Charter, you need not feel intimidated asked Lena casting rapidly a sly glance chances are-such, my dearCaptain Rob, one dip nets placed mountains, and Choralque, a peak nearly their brushes, combs and razors
    under her and the is lifted
    became of hU coming. He I* a grave him."NoII. il the feminine heart-that she would flapping 20,000 feet high. Near Potosi the great immediately after use, ani before theyare
    upon and mad the bank. Then
    sad silent man; he doc not occupy him } think a day-an hour-i* have found some charm in the younger fighting Cordillera Real scatters off into four applied to the hair or' beard: of another -
    tell with He rests his man-the who talk of his thousands of eggs are forced into a broad
    boy can only
    young girl* on : minor the first three of them customer.An .
    often enough-often too much if it i la to ranges
    and shallow tin underneath and the
    laurel favorite with ball matches and his Lena pan
    lie college races.
    now. was a out the centre of the republic
    make the unhappiness of -a whole life- spreading near of
    a Liverpool (England)
    and the fish Is placed in the water.
    many women; but when a man entersmiddle'age II not perverse. ,But she's a woman I A* again and the fertile valleyof
    The paused. What whathai surrounding watchmaker trade whll'iSluft'ering
    poor Captain The male fish Is similarly treated. workhouse, a by ,
    he drop those thing No; it is, all has turned out for the best and Cochabamba. Farther northward
    he been saying Desperately he bad has fash
    Enough only are taken to cover from : eyesight :
    he will\ not notice one according to most ardent desire. If eggs
    you way my these four of mountains reunite -
    trove to himself The parallel rows
    together. 01of
    gather ,
    wonderful clock
    'the bottom of the They are of a toned a pins,
    walt'and pan.
    and not "
    the other. Bowen are persuaded, see.
    or Young yourself you with the main and form whatis
    odor of rose and new mewn hay was in gnlutine-like substance, soft and flabby.In range boot rivets, buttons, knitting needles and
    to She a bell at her elbow. "Tell Miss
    can come ,understanding unmolested rang
    Nuda do Cochabamba.
    the air and the rustle of Lena' white known as too :
    each there is a minute opening, and iron bed laths. It took three years,to,
    his The frederiok I wish to see her she said to
    by presence. Captain Thence all in five
    dress the gravel of the park made they run on together
    upon the milt, spreading over them as oil complete.The .
    sod I entertain each other. We the servant answering the summons.
    will unbroken lines up'to Cuzco in cent
    he threw himself
    his beat. Wildly away
    shall have many'' thing to talk of. I pulses back Into the of duty. "But In a moment Lena, pale still, and with spreads over water, enters each aperaturo. tral Peru, a distance of more than 700 largest apple tree in Ohio is in

    know' his father well; well-now go, that must: not be way with Henri I traces of tear recently shed still on her Soon the eggs take on a yellow hue, assume miles, and all the way north from Cocba- Washington County, and was planted In

    I am tired, I have chattered too much." hope. If could learn poor to care even, a beek: ,came lowly into tho room. She the firm shape of the pea, and grow bamba the mountains are continually 1791 or 1792. The trunk, where it is-
    you brittle.
    *) 'Mrs. Fredericks turned her cheek cool hesitated on the threshold. covered with ice and In this smallest, girths twelve feet two inches,,
    little for him the rest might come in snow. re-
    The salmon at first is not unlike '
    Captain Char !:r had to his egg and the largest branch girths seven feet.
    .and smooth u an old ivory, to the touch time." sprung nubile the Andes present their most bleak
    eet. class and will not bear transportation. It is a seedling which bears a large yellow -
    of Lena's fresh and well their ,
    lips.w he floundered Lena. forbidding aspect, as as
    Helplessly on.
    frames about inches in
    eighteen square '
    Mrs. Frcdeiicks opened her lips topeak. of excellent quality for cook-
    "Good night; views. Between La Paz and
    grandmamma. grandest
    : "rho a moment before had flushed like arose which are stretched fine wire screens, are
    1 : A'radiant sunset after a cloudy, sultry had now turned pale a* a ghost Then she paused, looking from brought out, and on these the eggs are jorato there are more than a hundred ing. s
    day, a fresh breeze springing up from under cover of gloaming When, the one to tho other. placed. These frame are termed trays, peaks, among the' highest of which are Malcolm Townsend, the author 'of a-. ..

    off theses, a large, old, shaded house next time, they reached the end of the Buddenly."Captain. add are not unlike household wire screens. llimanl, over 20,000 feet, and Illiyaps, book of "Curious Facts," says that' the'

    JXachcd at last after long drive and A TVlltc 1 3 !left her companion and entered you can explain all this far Perhaps they are piled one dozen high, I which attains an altitude of 27,030 feet.1lasMngfon word Manhattan is traceable: to the Spanish .
    better than I Children out intc
    day of-duaty railroad traret-these were the house. the can. !t" go taken into tho ]hatching house, and submerged Star. moms, drunkenness; monados, mana-

    grateful thing. But still more grateful, Her grandmother was sitting in the grounds together. into water. This hatching houseis dos, mana toe!!, a place of drunkenness.As .

    thought Captain Robert Charter and hit groat arm-chair, under a shaded lamp, at the foot of a dam, and water flowing At Work While Asleep. a confirmation of this theory Mr.-

    ;nephew, the picture that confronted reading HerbettSpencer. It is to be inferred that tho Captain'sexplanation 'down into it fills large wooden troughsto Townsend says that Yerrazinni, a Flor:

    them, in the wide, cool, old drawing- "Wnere have you come from'" the was satisfactory, for Miss a depth of several feet. Thus the eggs There seems to be no limit to the wonders entine ntvigator, who landed on the island -

    1'0001. with Its windows open to the summer laid. "But I know. should do betterto Lena Frederick has been Mrs. Charter a are in gently moving water, the temperature displayed by the human subject in 1521, called it the Isla Manhattan

    when the stain of the ; while ulceping. Condorcet, the mathematician because he tho Indians lots of liquor
    evening, ask where young Mr. Bowen is. You 1ear. of which grows lower as tho winter gave
    Tourney removed, they descended the have been walking with the uncle in "In this world," says Mr. Fredericks, approaches.: The process continues until solved one of the most difficult and made them all drunk.

    winding oaken stair in the centre of the stead.. Why was thatt" who still reads Herbert Spencer without all the eggs; have been taken from the female problems while asleep-a problem, too, AVoman in New York city pains a-
    house and were greeted by their hostess. had been glasses; "nothing is so necessary as a lit, which puzzled him during his waking e
    The old lady' toqe never and all the milt from the males, precarious living by boarding and tak-

    Upright, near her grandmother' chair, more autocratic; her eye had never hada tIe diplomacy. Nothing gives such good when they are allowed to return to the bourse A professor cf theology in the ing care of fourteen old blind people.

    la her blue dress, with her fair hair in more arbitrary and larcastb gleam. Lena re.uita.-l\1UI_ York stereo,,,. ea. When bought, every fish is weighedand University of Basle once wrote a sermon Mornings she leads them to their places,. '

    a halo about her face, stood Lena, like a111sdonna. began to tremble. Her tense nerves gave given a ledger account, and beforebe while asleep; he found it on his desk when they sit )charity or'psddleaaiaU:
    next The
    way. A Bulgarian Railway Episode. or she is allowed to depart, a creditis morning. preceding night articles, and evenings she fetches them,
    could not with the
    . Welcome, gentlemen," laid Mr*. "Grandmamma," he cried, "you haveno When the railroad was built through given and the account closed. desired, but grapple the subject of his as he hums'one by one. She supplies them.
    .Fredrick. right-no, no right-to marry me Bulgaria, about twenty years ago, the About the first of the new year there ing hours was quite satisfactory. sleep-Cole- with their meaU and gives them 'a cer..

    Young' Bowen had preceded hi against my will." whole business of constructing and run appears upon such eggs! what is known the tain rude comfort. As she is careful to(

    .ancle-a boyish, muscularly knit young Her blue eye were flashing like diamond ning it was in the hands of the English. as eye spoti. At this stage the eggs look:: ridge posed, ":tuba dreaming Khan" philosopher while fast corn keep her proteges within the law, she.i....

    I Hercules, fresh of color, confident of behind the sudden blinding tear The contractor' habit of looking after I like black-eyed peas and can be frozen, Next morning he was sure that there asleep.had not interfered with by the police. .

    mien.- of rebellion. i everything personally greatly puzzled the I shaken, or transported with safety. In been aa acquisition to literature, but A prisoner in the jail at Huntingdon,.

    "I knew your 'mother well, said"the "Tut, tut. What' this Who, pray, Turks. They could not make out who March or April, according to the warmth was too negligent to write the stanzas. W. Va., has developed into a remark,

    Did lady "And you. Captain Bob! i* trying to marry you against your will l were in authority. At one time, when a of the spring, the submerged egg beginsto A few days afterward he attempted to recall able sleeper lie has been there,four'

    Gently her fine, pale still pretty hand Are you not very fond of this chara.lng construction-train was to be run from a assume the shape of the pollywog- the verses, but they had in most part months, and on no one day: in that tune;

    rested in that.of the tall, dark man. lie young fellow who is so madly in love country station down to Varna, a local ill head and tail-and about half an inch tied; the poem, as it now stands is tuta has he been awake more than four hours,

    bent over }t, and softly, deferentially with you' It you are not, I marvel at pasha came up to the man who was dispatching In length. This charge is brought fragment. while he often sleeps three or four day

    brushed it with the long, black mustache your lack of taste. All this i* childish the train and asked for a pas. about by the temperature of the spring Jenny Lind was the most celebrated in succession! it being' impossible to-

    whole military sweep teemed to I know better than Old The favor was granted. Then water alone. The fish seems to be born
    you. him. lie wakens with
    ness. sage. rouse
    linger of her time. No one could rival a start,
    harmonize with the bronzed hue of his of of the the remainder
    know better than the official wanted the train to wait until part egg, seems
    people always young her looks about wildly for a moment, then
    powers except a factory girl. The
    serious face; to anchor him and, this he feeds
    sensible to make their arrived. After
    his a delay
    It 1* baggage to be ,
    people. very girl could not attempt difficult pieces appears! perfectly at ewe. His appetite
    "Well welll" murmured the old while, the anchor less each any
    marriage for them. If it were always of an hcur or so, a string of fifty bullock. growing day when awake, but when sleeping she is good, and, be doesn't seem to
    lady "Just like father Captain and the fish It sang
    your done there would be far less matrimonial carts appeared with "baggage. The larger. is a wonderful lose flesh.Ancient /
    Hob. He, too, had the manners of the blundering. Ask Captain Charter it I Turk was promptly informed that the provision of nature that with the egg is so correctly that it, so like the renowned Jennie -
    old school. 'What docs the rising given forth food for the the was difficult to distinguish IIIf
    generation am not right." ; train could not take such a load, and period young between their
    of to-day know of the correct salmon is helpless. voices. On one occasion Egyptian Glueand Yenecrlnr..
    of it. The
    in which a gentleman should "You peak: of Captain Charter as would not take any part In May or early Juno the attachment Jennie heard the girl, and even tested
    way pre I the
    he old I" cried the girl, for man in charge ordered the train to start. her marvelous many occupations of the
    sent himself before a ladyt Particularly though were has been eaten and tbe powers by giving her a
    behind pollywog-like carpenter that of is
    all things in her hot indignation. : The pasha wi left indignantly long and elaborate chromatic veneering noticed
    old like met No offense getting fellow looks exercise.
    woman like
    an something a fish. Now the '
    the sculptures of Thebes
    to the
    threatening to complain manager. This the as early as
    young man," turning to young Bowen. "He i* only thirty-six. comes the time for distribution. Large sleeping girl performed, muchto time of the
    of Two day later, the Turk was in Varna, the third Thothmes, whom J.
    "Well, that 1* old for a girl your wonder of the famous prima donna
    "Doubtless if you; were to kiss any one'shand cans of the capacity of a flour barrel
    I the of the are to be the Pharaoh
    for superintendent suppose of Exodus
    with Inquiring
    old ,
    retorted the lady unruffled Reporters of
    you would prefer to kiss that of years, brought forth, and into these the small public debate must often and the
    his the office of
    equanimity. 'Come, kiss me, railway. ] way to exercise themselves to their applicati a piece of rare
    my granddaughter: her. Don't mind my and retire for the night. You cannot and Will announced b'y a servant as "One fry are dipped with good supply of keep from sleeping. A few utmost to wood of a red color to a yellow plank of?
    chatter. What else can an old woman I water, and taken where desired. Maine years ago
    the with great big pasha he come see you, tare. sycamore or other ordinary kind ,i.
    before gentlemen one of the
    do but'talk of the past and it* customs present yourself takes from 250,000 to 500,000 each reporter for the House of ,
    I, that tear-stained face.' It was not until after the injured pasha year. Commons took: down a speech while he clearly pointed out. And in order to-
    In times
    left the Mr*. had seated himslt that he discovered be. past these have" been let go in show that the yellow wood is of inferior
    had room
    When Lena was His
    sleeping. statement
    I rests his
    The Madonna, her delicate oval face the Pcnob cot and St. Croix Rivers, and on
    whom he had
    him the quality
    Fredrick glanced at the closed door fore very man workman is represented-.
    'disappearing under a pink 'cloud of' with very curious smile upon her lip*. come to complain of. The interview i* as a result tons of twenty and thirty oath.Calvin tells of a friend of his who have fixed his adz carelessly in a blockof
    received *
    blushes her salmon taken each read
    upon ofSociology" reported by the guilty party. In a rage, pound are season, being the same color while
    She was about to resume "Principle aloud while asleep. In engaged in ap.plY1Dg
    extended finger the salutation thus a of cases of this
    authorized hi and large: sour:e revenue to coast
    the Turk to servant, them
    when the came in. kind the together. Near him
    Captain :
    of are-
    the terrible old ; fishermen and organ vision alone is believed
    by lady.'Dinner commanding in the
    is served," then said the lIe looked worn, haggard: and pale. laid "Eshek (ass), you have made a season $1 per pound or more, in Boston early to be all that is active.-St. Louis & some of his tools with a box or email
    mistake! "Yes Effendi i, I have-but chest made of inlaid
    After a few word of preliminary conversation public. and veneered wood
    latter. "Give me your arm, Captain.Our head of the and New York markets, though; later the
    he observed that he might find they said was man of various hues, and in the same: part or
    people can follow. price at home rules low
    young as as fifteen cents
    to town within iron road. "Pah, pig, bald .your the shop are two other
    himself obliged to return Mammoth men,one of whom
    "Grandmamma talk fish. Butterflies.
    as though Cap- per pound per
    tongue. Then, coldly turning to me, u employed in
    tain Charter were as oU as she is," a day or two."Provided". I One peculiarity of the fish is notice- One grinding something with
    in day when
    wished to off
    cried Mrs Frederick, he said that he peak the savage islandof a stone on a slab and the other 10-
    thought Lena: on Henri Bowen'a arm, able. Let 100,000 small salmon
    be :Malaiti:
    tho I of the
    "that permitted, and I don't ai all private to tho manager of railway. Solomon group, Mr spreading glue with a brush. It
    he is might
    'and I you in
    am cure not old at all. I place the Ponobscot River
    leave the a like Vooiford and others
    assistant to
    ? I believe at once my under the be
    know that I shall permit yout protec- perhaps, conjectured that varnish
    don't believe he has one gray hair: in his him and number in the St. Croix, and in the tiOIi of sentries was
    room, but the pasha stopped went to bathe in intended
    bead." are all in league to make me pass a River St. a psol. to be here represented but the
    you John in ,
    New Brunswick and
    here' I While in the
    is the ,
    water he
    ! Ilenr Bowra'i first bad night. Here have I just dismissed : manager in time when saw a huge butter. appearance of the pot on the fire,, the
    remark lw did not they are to
    bad state of agitation, setting said "I am, and I shall be mot happy grown a spawning ly coming slowly along the beach, and of
    pIece glue it concave
    iu .
    Lena a fracture
    bear and she had to ask him to repeat it. very The age, each fish that returns will leek ,
    service hurrying out
    of to he
    herself against: mo, the little if I can be you. as was, he seized his net, cud the workman before *
    "Mr Frederick*, your granddaughter up his native river. Then, too the flesh mentioned applying -:-
    : low whistle and then be cf dashed off fell
    rebll would not do pasha gave stones
    she the
    and rose two
    fish pieces of wood
    1 said the differ
    charming, the alter with the rivers togctherI14tlSfltctOflly ,
    Captain, said "True Then I and no again and
    dinner. and would not do that etc., etc., and ginning to grin, : one familiar with the Penobsct just in time to catch the fly decide the 'question, and. o
    What doe have Dade! a mistake. I called to com salmon What a picture! "I leave it to attest
    of me the
    The twq younger people had out now you talk leaving conduct the can be deceived with afUh from the dent invention of gluo 3300 yean
    gone would like plain to of your own entomolog.ta"hesays.: imagine
    into the grounds. itall meant That i* what I you trovince*. "to ago.-Srientifo uur lall. .
    day before yeiteriay and was going to my feelings.He had rediscovered the .
    "Captain Charter,I formed my grand. to know. ask for your dismissal What shall Ii.tlmol1lpAwu only! once in two year; long lost Ornithoptora Victoria "

    daughter myself," retorted Mrs. Frederick The Captain, who had been looking at do now}" "Have coffee and a cigarette, eat nothing at all during that *season and why should he not feel like Alexander, and A Triple Waterfall.One <>

    *, dryly. the floor, with his arm upon his knees, and believe me it was only the utter im therefore no food i* found in them. They the Granicus or Hannibal on of the
    The Captain laughed. in an attitude of corporal recklessnessand possibility doing aa you wished that ana laid upon the block when for sale, These "bird winged" Canes prettiest sights albngood -

    'You are right. That U reason mental dejection very unlike hit the toad.4rpoaaiit. ." whole, and are sliced like beef from butterflies are I Canal, says the Port Townsend
    farced me to leave you on a some nine inches across the Leader is the
    enough. You have made het a charm. usual grave strong soldierly bearing, dressed quarter. Such salmon as take the is blue with a wings. One Dusewal, falls of on the a

    Ing gW; you wilt make her a charming glanced up at this. fly U river, therefore Uk it undoubtedly velvety black and yellow body, another is three ipe River in Washington. There-

    woman. For some man she will make "'; can explain that which may teem in in sport, and this accounts for the excel in size metallic green. They are of these falls, the first fifty-eight
    discovered Josephine
    cave ,
    an adorable wife and, in her later years, strange in my own conduct, Mr*. Fred. A newly Is laid to be three mile success whfcfe angler often experience equally magnificent other kind wear the second ninety-five fed and thothi.q -

    she will be what you are now." ericks" he said, with an effort' "And, County Oregon mineral from a change of fly But land-locked forest raiment and make one hundred and five feet in height.
    several glorious
    "No not quite," said the old lady perbap, though I had first thought to long and to contain salmon, of course, being confined in freak f.. beautiful-Zttndon Sj>"- The scenery around this point is simply

    serenely. "Lena is a woman made for keen ailent. U would be beat for me thus ffnnjfe **"f i grand, rivaling tile famed YtUpwstone1'11& -

    Park and Yoaewlte Vallez in lta natural

    loveliness, .


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    d (4 \ "t and Odcnsburg la coma of from it t* IS
    'or montaJr Will make yoq a CorMMt
    and the destruc ( .for l lqr..roution. BettJ. l Iwt1"Co. M.. .
    other damage to'manu- NEWS OP THE ORbER AND ITS \ bulidinc. JU os CLI,. Mo. .
    J property. I*all right for tome IM'Op'. to be ftRttC, ">
    BUSY WORLD. police of New York on the way some of them are right Is horrid;
    tho cen'u of the sec remedy the worM h
    Ton THE: ADVAKCKMERT OfTBR so hlftlilr: apttNoo
    &( t/ A FUafHARY OF OBTSIBR: AFFAniS city. It shows a total by mothers' as Dr. Ball's Worm Destroy
    SEJiSED FKOV KKW8T of the ward instead of GRKAT OROAS1IAT1OS.tEOISLA-: Mane little chttdrvn ow their goo4
    to then dainty Uttl candtot.
    tnrot trxci.K SAM'S DOMAIN AiD by the census men. The 'J'ION. KOTKS, ETC.
    THE CAUI.K BUKQS. ; after censidering this -- Is as old is tbe Brut moment of efarai' 4
    I, The Louisiana Farmers' Alliance etcllcd mlMn wn" the last moment of time. *
    settlngforththat the > nine members because voted .
    Purchases of silver Monday clearly! to tho conclu! ,in) they
    favor of the Lottery bill.
    ounces. of New' York City, .tt.TI.e

    The cholera has made its : both inaccurate and in. tenth Annual* meeting of the yJPbFfqONID

    Aleppo Turkey. upon the mayor' 'o. National Fariucn Congress at Council

    The retaking of the census in St. >o be tuken of all in Bluffs, Iowa was largely attended. A

    ,1890. has revealed : c- lv. number of interesting read
    great frauds in the papers were

    Att on one side- meration. COMMITTEE and much enthusiasm prevailed.The .

    the offer that's made the ...
    by pro. rOOtltlPOpulation of -
    prietors of Dr. Sago's Catarrh "01.1,001 a nit increase during : COMMISSJOXEnS: OV THE State of Michigan has been organized
    ten of G 1. -wuo tHE! ABE with at least ten thou-ond members. }
    Remedy. It's $500 reward for an year 123.1
    1 hus another great commonwealth heels
    incurable case of Catarrh, no matter Interest prepaid on four per cent -commission met it into line and joins its sister States of tho

    how bad, or of how long stand amounted by the treasury department morning and Presi South and West in the urcat struggle for ..
    ing. They mean what they say ; $402,564. hlloselOt! tlon of an justice and icform

    they're responsible, and the offer The Austrian war ship Taurus as follows. M L. Mc *%
    crew of sixty-iiiac men and four 1 he Farmers' Alliance of Texas recommended -
    has .been made for years. It's all ; K. 0. Kcrins Mis
    Bide lose catarrh has foundered in the Black sea. Texas; P. A. B. the establishment of factorieswithin i
    on j ,
    your you your
    The twin cities' census-St Paul all of whom are tho walls of our penitentiaries, for J I
    $500 for it. ,
    or you're paid keeping 801 ; Minneapolis the of manufacturing cotton or ,EN10YS
    104,780. large; Jno. T. Harris purpose
    But it's safe for them, too-they Superintendent Porter's figures. ; Sewell New Jersey; B. other bagging to wrap the crop of theState.Alinee ; the method and results vhen}

    ,know you'll be cured. Union journeymen house ; E. B. Martindale Keeonl.. p of Figs is taken{it is pleasant

    Dr. Sage's Remedy produces per "Washington city struck for an ; Thnckcr New York; 55 refreshing to the taste, andntlYlet act* q
    ted and permanent cures of Chronic day Tu .day. Between 200 and ; William S. King The strongest reason why the sub- promptly on the Kidneys

    Catarrh in the Head, as thousandscan ore out. ; Ohio; L. )McLaws treasury! plan is being fought by both the and Bowels, cleanses the
    Democratic and Is because sys
    llepublican parties -
    testify.cc in the Head" Barnes Compton, \vho was ; ; Breed Massachusetts U. It. Price: both parties are under the controlof effectually, dispels colds, LeAd. ,

    is cured : with a few applications. the present house of represents Harrison; Minnesota; thuse whoso interests are against its and fevers and cures habitual

    Catarrhal Headache is relieved and on Baltimore.Monday nominated by a ; West Virginia; P. S. adoption.-National Etonomlrt. ; 8mip of Figs la the

    ,cured as if by: magic. It removes ; JsephlIlSt, Flor. 5'*. remedy of Its kind ever pro-
    breath loss Tho Ship Owners' Federation L. 11. One of tlirt points! of most interest to the !
    offensive or impairment ; Mississippi; pleasing to taste and ao.,
    .of the sense of taste, smell or hear. have promised delegates ; It. 8. Goodell!! Col farmers which was acted upon nt the session to the stomach, prompt In ..
    7,000 ship captains and officers, District of Colum' of Allianccmcn\; in Atlanta, was that I
    weak and ; action and truly beneficial its ,
    ingwatering or eyes, they will affiliate with their of selling no cotton during the month of I
    when caused by : A. McKenzie, Kentucky. I from the
    impaired memory, 1'he lockout instituted by the 5 III composed of thirteen September, or, at least none except where prepared only moat ,
    the violence of Catarrh, as they all companies at Southampton, against republicans. absolutely necessary.Alt'mnce Jleeonl. and agreeable substances,

    frequently are. Remedy sold by ers in their employ began Monday ._- ... many excellent qualities com-- \.
    druggists, 60 'cents.gI.yInv ing. Work on the docks is IN CHINA. Our Country (Jont. boro" Ark.) says: is it to all and have made it "'

    pended. ..- "They tell you the land-loan bill anti most popular remedy known. '!it

    VAUIIUili warranted W. j. Deniln, and* averr Shoe* pair are Tho national world's fair : surFEit ROll FLOODS sub-treasury bill are impracticable, yet Syrup of Figa is for sale,in 60o

    ha* his name mad price tamped en hottem.W. began Its session in Chicago, ) CHOLERA. this same American country had tried $1 bottles by all leading dnifr- .

    is to much both schemes before the present wise. .. reliable '
    expected dispose Any druggist who
    which arrived had existence. It worked well ,
    importance to the success of the Janeiro, acres an not have it hand will '
    on .
    ti wnI.! 'f Wednesday morn. for the people then. Head up a little, pro- :
    1. ULI ; I position. and Yokohoma tin, gentlemen. L<4>k at tho land-loan it promptly for any one who j .',:
    I An order declaring the New advices and the to try it. Do not accept 'j
    ii IllpJtr I.APORr$3s5 Central brings,: Chinese scheme of Pennsylvania colony, ,
    strike off was load :; Japanese advices to tobacco warehouse system of Virginia, in substitute. i

    : ; : morning in every local assembly Tho Yellow: river flood and the warehouse scheme of 1848 which PlO SYRUP CO
    j New York and Buffalo. It absorb at of of fi
    continue to brought Franco out an extremity u ,
    _' from headquarters. In the province of dire necessity and rnodo her people prosperous tiw volt &- t ', \ ,

    175fr George II. Gcatt a well known people are homeless and happy. Not practical, chI ;; ;: ,j

    boYs of Baltimore, has been misting Shantung II almost as Well, we admit It don't suit tho rag-tag () i :
    $ day last. It that he and but It suits tho
    ; now appears prevails in Shanhal and pob tailixiliticlans, '".'
    .s4s his wny to Europe leaving a districts. great mass of producers.". to Atlanta will find it of ", '
    some trust fund -' .
    An explosion occurred : Ills Mind.: Montgomery di-patch, of Wcdnes- interest to inspect the Jew, I ,
    Mnybach: pit at Scnet Wcnndcl day says: Hcv. 8. M. Adams, president <' elry house ot 3. P. Stevens,

    _" Prussia, by which twenty-live of tho Farmers', Alliance was in tho city & Bro., the band.omeat.lnthe .
    killed. Other men in the pit Tuesday and had a long conference with

    number of 323, were rescued. i prominent alliance leaders at the alliance ; city '

    : L. DOUGLAS London dispatch of :Monday exchange. It is understood that tho purpose The exhibition which they

    : $3 John Morley\ bus gone to Dublin to of the conference was to discuss the ) \ make In Diamonds: Jewelry
    GENTLEMEN.trseai : of the proposition of foreign capitalists to ud- .
    addraaon pottal for valuable laformatloa. personal survey Vance $J3 per bale on 2,000,000.bales of Sarsaparilla'i i' and Silvrwareis we'll worth < -
    .. and confer with
    _______W. l UUUU1.AS.! Brwiktaa. Alaa*. : ation to
    the and to call meeting at
    present crop, a
    O'Brien prior to their ( leeln,. *
    America. once of the different alliances, to be held
    in thii city to tako immediate and definite This establishment 'has
    General John S. Crocker, action with reference to negotiations now '
    the District jail died at his res pending. It is expected that tho prooscd earned an extensive reputation -\

    in Washington, Sunday. lie tiers'I ]> meeting of the alliance leaders in J in connection with the : : '

    : b pointid waiden in 1&61)\) and this city will be largely attended by members C well'known Stevens' Patent' < ?J
    Gaitcnu excitement had of
    chiirgo from this and aJ joining) states, Geor
    arrangements for his -"You promised ma gia. Tennessee,' Florida, Mississippi and Watch, which Is now sold :::1

    hanging.The would give me another Louisiana. by preference all over die, i::11

    ARS TBB OLDEST rAlULT STANDARD through Kansas City ex ." South. l,,,."'
    A Purely the Missouri Pacific railway "I The secret work: is now, or should be, .
    Vegetable Compound. without (expectantly)-
    SI. Louis at 9 o'clock Saturday Do not neglect the '
    mercury or other Injurious mineral. Safe : nnlform throughout all the States, under opportunity ,
    was partially wrecked at Glen toe the jurisdiction of tho National Farmers' .. '
    and sure always. For sala by all Druggists. -"Well, Dilly dear, of calling on )Messrs.! '
    Full directions miles west of Ct. i
    printed for using with each twenty-seven Alliance nnd Industrial Union. The constitution
    package. .Dr. Schenck's new book. on The One passenger was killed and yourself from that places it entirely in charge of J. P. Stevens 4 Bro., 47 ,;'2
    Lungs, Liver and Stomach SENT ...KE. Ad. wounded four fatally. : the Whitehall Street.
    the president. Consequently national -Q
    dress Dr.J.H.Scbenck Son Philadelphia .. '
    : fur the National { is the authority l
    A Topekn Ivan., aispatcb says: & president supreme la
    gates to the sixty-sixth animal.' I'loncr. on tho secret work, and i ii responsible for l

    UMMEROFFER the sovereign grand lodge I. O. its purity and protection throughout tho .

    PIANor which convened hero Monday, jurisdictions. Each State Alliance is considered 4

    continuo in session! during the wet as a comple'o and separate jurisdiction .
    ORGAN arriving on every train. Governor excepting only such powers us !: IS Stale*and Territories bav.atteausj
    In Anftut, September phrey) welcomed the contention has been by it delegated to the national ( I '

    BUT October and ftj wbra part of the state, and Mayor and the authority of the national president BUSiQoSS$ Golluga'
    p ...
    erop Price ate*. 1101 Tbe<1.Lowert Wpat known.c. the part of the city. in all matters pertaining to the.ecn.t ,

    Jut little ouh down,balance In reply to the circular of the work. The state president is there 1 NH8HUIL.I.B.: TBNN.,
    DmemtiarUtb. No IDlereOr. department of Siturduy, September fore the highest authority in hits state on per cent of whom aft nranl Mured good
    Our _tire ctock-nny make tho secret work, and should receive all .-eoma of them receiving salaries reuge
    for the sale of
    price or atj-to. DENT bum.mer inviting proposals no : two to|0Ujr annum.
    instructions in it direct from the nlltloulIlpres'aent..l'lIt
    SIR'MER! ofler we ever made. 000,000 four per cent bonds at 1/Inl }cvnoMit. ( ) FITZGERALD,
    fur ClrrnlarHCOIDIEll the
    Write Wednesday, treasury "sty knawladva of Mr. 11.W.JeQlllnp..a' _
    : OFFER 1890 ceived offers agregatIngabout: $ S's .... man of unblemished reputation mind..- .
    1.IInaIe. T.lk. 'full kwledgoot bcilne affaire,and I;,
    of which $18,883,800 were
    000 ,
    1890 LUDDEN & BATES ) ... *of hi..aoa..sat the beadof bid!..-'
    Col. L. F. of the
    Livingston president
    ased at prices varying from $125 to $ Cxillnirx, prompt* ma to emnmeiui him awl "'
    _ SAVANNAH, CA. the bulk of them above $120. Georgia Bute Alliance. has the followingto &..."..."' school with ampbsaU and wlUwot ,
    ,' vay regarding tho much talked of .. .. ;!
    EHCYCLOPEDllBRITAHHICflThe A dispatch of Monday from .4 gigantic warehouse scheme for tho plant ... McTVEIHE ,,'

    Allen It r print. 24 Vol. and Index Volume says: Telegraphic communication restored. era to hold their cotton : & to a Innth.? ....b_ sea wet4ld a poeUoaf!
    Jjio the 6 Vola complete or tbe American Huppie-' Guatemala has been "Tho advance of dollars !him to JenDlnya! tinai&ea CullAget a aet
    mans to the btitanatca maklucU; )Tola la all, now Salvador government refuses to a '- from It. W. Jennlrnjn to your aao, rneucex
    ready fur delivery. Print Situ per volume. 1 bU actol until bale on cotton wou'd, of course, bo a '' .bun for a potion.will be of bene
    boob 1*etecaiitly bouul In dark: green olotli. with Lie dispitches to pass through J> him thanaacthetnduencshcouidbavn."i f
    inarbl edgn. In a eompMn rrprlmt of tkt originalAHIU temala has paid the amount due on very desirable thing for the fsrmcrs, and ti. suhool .....ao yao"tIon.. Rloden,can.... .,
    tauian ana printed irom..the very JatMtKngllah would relieve tho stringency of the ... aOl Iha. )'or'rmu.t 'nltio..boardatu,,
    .. mouths. 'rho
    !: foU.. eoatalmnf every ... that Ia la sages for the past four ). : -.n. W.JENNXNOB. Prtnotpal.
    million _
    ': All nupa platea, Uluntratloni name a* the is in of important money market as sixty-four _
    .:u1. toat aulia i bound la cloth, exception case ;
    at t per volume JuJyt.. dollars wi-uld lit once come to our
    Made !
    Easily and Rap d1J.
    wblle aura U acid at 91.3 Annia want la telegrams addressed to foreign .
    VerlOouetltOwn In tpu e ;. TIIK IIK.MtV people. The only thing that will relieve In
    : Al.l.KN (jl)., 739 the stringency hij, ment cotton ... .
    .,. .
    few ,, *0 wb b.' e *riy sad g *
    says: It has developed during a to Europe and the return of money to ii*.tU.mwta>....>...lu wuioli Ib., sac waaa>
    : KINCCOTTON tht the compound lard bill is a South America, falls ..old ,-cue labor being tlr_t
    this country. This is being done as fast r..uud. .....
    iaf 5taqels.esoaplal us great
    issue. It will be shelved in the a course of 2,000 ,. .. .. ..., ,
    Buy or sell Cotton ;\ oiuiiblc and the farmer is tho only No .01. BM| a* era .ea.i77 bopd
    : your JONES as > .
    eld .
    food bill from the e tll.d4' iUmun raiioa ul.kea4
    the Paddock ,
    and pure ; Stony who suffers in consequence or :\: ,. d 10'illS au.u witbin It,.eels ShotS
    Cotton Scale. as a substitute. '1 he Paddock bill 0 miles; La Plata person 110 a's....... ""t i..lt.St onoe fw .Oil pea.
    sacrifice Now outside of ...
    makes any 4dd ... d. t.. JtVIJUr'i" ..: CU..
    BUT BEST. ply provides that all goods shall be : miles: the JIoarj; thin, I think the concentration of cottou ; IN.I'" ur... _&rool. ,II..&&. U..
    $60S.Ton ... the Tartarean chain -
    term add exactly for what they are worth
    in one big warehouse would not be a very FITCH &: CO.:
    BI50HAMT05 they shall be branded as such. 26Q mile.; the Yangtsc- ,
    wise thing for the farmers. There are
    N. Y. mountains and / 11 Oa Corooraa Bulldu.. Waahlasto, CC..
    .- The Massachusetts labor party same three serious objjctloiu; First; the insurance ('. ;;
    CHICHtSTtR'8 ENGLISH ia Boston, Mass., in convention (: ; the Nile from the would be intolerable and I doubt It ATTORNEYS

    Che following: state ticket was nl. courses 2,0'JO )'f any companies could be found that 1 .ti yean elpartasee. SuaeeiefaUy prn.e
    PAP.YBOXALPJLLS Governor Charles E. Murks, frcm Ararat, is rink cotton )e. '? ...*. awl eiatmao. all a'_* la ihi.neal
    would cute to take the on ... ...... -
    :* ...r..., ..,. ......... ..... It., the Yolxa from the I& Uia. ,tVfiit K K Vt M -
    "" '." j,'...... k4 bW.a4 .......I. .. A lieutenant governor, George the Danube from where a million bales were stored and ifthey' :
    .... -"IM ...... of state John F. ; be
    wu Lynn; secretary did the rate would enormously ;
    -. 1 aka ........ miles in length the Ok
    Ad"U. ;
    .... I.__,I.. wmpca ore Hyde Park; treasurer J. J. ) high; secondtho transportation would Lea on & rs
    .d..4.reea..... ..._....rel..bea4 4.. llO ton general J. 1,77U miles; where
    .." -...-... Iealeal.M ... ; attorney the heavy item of expense, especially ,
    .. ... : ,..,..._.h, .,. Greenfield; auditor P. F. O'Neill, same source and the cotton had to be carried from a long : Ie&li.s... ....,..be.l r_ /
    .L J
    P" a.- .
    the Jdasy5 .
    ..._...._.. .__' ..... ........ ; Orinoco from distance; third, the bales would have to a. 4
    -- ton.A miles in length; the ;;:;:
    '"'V11AT If Do tbe* I mat any and everybodylIT dispatch of Tuesday, says: is 1,900 miles b overhauled in order to dry out the ,
    u.s,The Havana Cigar Co.. Acenu.. Vkbuiuo long; and think ;
    ]i.O.. to utroduue tide treat Wli-kl*"''Ctfara wil dores at )Melbourne Australia, and the Senegal green and damp cotton just IL
    ..0410"" pttraan(wbetner. nuvcnant or euoaunw4 cided to boycott outgoing steamers miles in what an expense it would be to beadle ...,..
    C.u D., by expreaa wtth prlviUf..of .Z&IOIaatlOolo length; the other 1419 f H .. W.a..I... D.C.
    a aimpU lot ot uu Cl .ar>for t3.J5irelaJl value$ .W. are loaded by noa-uniou men. Gambia are 883 miles one million bales. And there are OBleaa,ClavalanaJ. Oa&r.U.C"Ieo..,
    They alaa eeml la tbe aaae package: ;cold-iUlea mayer of Sidney having offered to objections to the concentration of cottoo.

    atem-wlBdlm faetaref cnaranKe Hatca.t G aceompaoled wrar au year the\: mana. a** mediator between the workmen and It would not be best for trade 1 for the au4Wb.t1UJ'Batiic.euratl hum .
    at iiuoul -
    one eJrcumstaiue pafl$. Order will will tbla II.package..attention be ami afterward twIns al M employers, the labor congress has point .where. the cotton is stored would bo tiain. Itook of par.tlfulanwat .
    f31iOO per IJUO caaa Ice C. O. >>.10 without sch.IIflL4 tented to suspend calling out of : to BE FTiXT. Lent fit ted at the expense of other section tt.M.tVOOLtKV.M.I ftttf>.

    i.-UU h. --''. 116. haalaeaeYacwj. and refrain from any fresh where did you get that *. What commercial advantage there ..u.a....... VIf1w Wt WhItehall p5.,
    Jo1a. '.-......... v. .ar-tti'iH'Tti', dnort-aaaJ,CIA. step for forty-right hours.A would be in the selling of a million! balesof -
    U S tborougiuy liy auaU. Ctreuiara I,...
    ......,'. &.:...laagat..... 4*1 Ka a ax. eaa4u. $. f.HABIT. cable dispatch. of Wednesday, a lovers' quarrel. cotton, tbe joint at which the cotton | MA&ioridP
    have It, Then cotton ij
    J did was stored
    : Oaly Ceriaia and Zanzibar Africa says: The slavery Why. your girl
    OPIUM ,,.yCtRKIntheWotld. Ur. clamation was tlgneil oy the German did she?" wart-bouses are liable to be mismanaged !MAKRM"M 1W..r Fart 1ottIan..wroee
    J.L.DTEVUl4L.b..aoa.O: anders of the respective stat &. ether wver.Se'it like banks, and U a manager of a warehouse ), KIUtts'aitD.WMkla.laa. .&:.
    : WANTED la .9V1Towato'" with million bales of cotton -- ---- --
    A LADY NVOMAH't HAND BOOK.Jaat houses are now full of slaves, having 0'.0 .'L4')1" M&T'I'LX"N
    laaued. Quick Sala*. Bl(.Pay al ttstablUhed\ under German license. should become tangled or embarrassed, N S ut 08W UW__.a
    : oeas.Cireb.y.... LJl.ru..h ..Jaw via, mite to recover runaways will there is no telling what disastrous results applfc UaeJ*! a4 WhiewS 1001--Iac.eSS.

    I prexHib and fully en. of free natives. nw when I'moldl" Blight follow. Now, some of theM objection I tvnta Ajaol, VfutitrfP.. 1.1,
    much kidnaping
    don* Blf U aa tbe only if advance
    ot. apedAc few the ceftata out of the baa spread : of uncertain age. might be overlooked so
    I TO&DaTL 01 thJa d....... news proclamation old of thirty.two dollars a bale couldbe : ic I
    ea U.1LU"It. D. the *.bole coast, and traffic has re a crusty
    eaon o :1fi. think farmer should hold
    VWa aa extent unknown i in. thirty yean i" you mean. -(Wuih- secured. I
    rdisl bgi have acid Blc O Ice his cotton if he U not in debt. Mad

    4. ca1os. many riven yean UuWt and al it..baa.... A dispatch! of Saturday from vice to the farmers on this question is Ibr'a
    N. V : The rain which J.U1m.: .
    LatsIoe.Ctid. town, says this: Put your cotton la the bund of
    D.a. T"l..t.5 fallen\ in torrents almost ambition.* merchant if you an indebted to

    a-. .t.... BoI4 By 1iuggl.ta five days past, baa swollen every wa,. feeling that jot your him, not to be sold but M a security for # THE POSITIVE CURE:

    $.U. .,L..... 1. ), in and this the section effects to are a spring senouelj freshet; ttlt that vou f know vo( the to relieve debt md tile own let bim indebtedness.draw on the" cotton I ZI.r JJ1W1'1I.USa1l Waad 51...Tnsk. 'zcsaagtj-



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    8 THE EAST COAST :AIVOCATEFRIDAY, SEPT.' 26, 1600.!) __ I 4 4'' \, t
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    Articles of Association! mid Uy- :

    J.\W" of the 1'nst Const ti V. GreatAmericanDollar. *
    Tram !
    .. The
    JAthl.GE, !Sept.:! 22nd, 1800. liortatiuii Company. f, '" c;: ... (j) I

    EditorAsT: COAST AUVOCATK: ... ;: "f ::

    In bur E. P, Poichcr's" article "To the l1 3 Divided Into f 100 Equal Parts.
    People! wo find fear and Those $tllriel witnewttli, that the mxtorMirnetl I: !"of"lO Is
    mippoxttlona OO
    that might lie entertained against! any tot have the purpose hereby III Raos'lated forming' ft thpmwlxeft corpora"1!tojyt'tlier" ands > 'ft Merchant nscd to tell Jot it only End TwtNTr
    candidate. These statements explain to the general: incorporation Act a* c : H of pins .
    flrtiter34nf MHlpIlBn'ii DlKOKt of the Laws of O: l v sell l"IIwr ..
    "the people" why Sir. Poichcr-docs not r and he would : J'On j :
    Florida' anti chapter 3i9 law of 1SS", and chap 1.r; parts, him ttn oppot'tunlt 3' to t pocket
    Support Mr. Atkinson tor Wolf'i>f the laws of 1880, niiiciul.itJ.ry! thrrenf "" ...". C':) A 2e. packet of nt>pdJcs011,1] !give worth 7c., :..r \
    It would bo idler to attempt to show 41 r'0.. r f1 another 3('. of your h.ird-carncd. dollar. A quart : .
    that tile fears may bo unfounded, that AUTICU5 I.Tlie J ; ; :" r'r. .- ,, .
    r 1 t"' ::: {: cost'JOU anti
    the'IIIIPl"ltInnl mny he and It "Jlt1\I7.A1'111 Axn'MASAOEMixr.! P-' :r :" % brouiht "cwn money, tlO ,
    wrong; O-' "IK.1 pans'invariahX' .- ,
    .t .., !
    would! he ildtcnlmM nmne nf thin m 7c. ::
    tmdortako to convince rorporatlmi' stall 1'8 tIe L-I... ...... had to 1m.f.
    "EiM. Const Transportation !ofnpanv." 1M of everything '
    Mr. I'orclier that he IN .. the entire
    should tike the on through ,
    tiiciiilicntlilp shall cnnAiltl the ?: """ 1:1':2 .
    "manners and address" of Mr. Atkinson I mid all other wlwua' ptimc* flppcnr Incorporatnr upon the O &':0. t: :: 8 It will, perhaps n-tohMi you to figtire tIp lullnof"j' 10ar'oh (.cQee ; ,
    There Is ono statement ho'vevcr, that iHink of the conipdn The management, of the .. .... ;mot the goodwill cost y v : ,
    and then what square .
    calls for conslilcration. cIIIIII"nylnll he lntru te
    some Mr. t'or.It or morn directors, AH plinll !III' ileU'rnilnod each ttJ :; cr":: Then around and hate n tnlk/ with :
    clier alludes to rumors of intemperance. rear nt the ennnal\ meeting of the stkholilcr s 10- ; O-' c: come ', <."
    Such rumors cannot lie met by denial or The rtlrcctor shall elnct a president, nocretary, rr. P:>> J. P. TUHNKR & CO., \ < '" '

    argument: Mr Atkinson must live that Tim andtreaenrerantiappoitrt illreuturg\ shall' lie, for the a general ant year manager, tho unilGrnlfrneil if. t= @ LI. : "j';:': ,
    down. I have known [Atkinson since InroriMiraton And shall I* elm-teil' bj g a', "The Lenders of 1.0Pri< cs. ',
    he here each year thereafter, on the flrnt Tuemlav ;.I. .... '
    came a mere boyf; wo have discussed In ..'i. ::I -I- '
    June VarnnHc* In the lionnl of ilirectore nnnll .
    << public questions before lie of "' "" J,1 ;
    was he fllleil lijr the I'nunl for the ttncxpirpil term. u : .
    age, and since; from which I have formed i5flilar meeting of thelOar.1 shall I* held. up. p --- :, ,

    a very ra'ornlo.Itnpl'e.! Rlo .of him. ] on n...the o"tint.:Tup'-day.': et"".In.,.J....b... ..munch,.... u .,'.,unrl.....eleelal.' ...."!... r\S ;.j ".=, 4 11 S.Groceries :L-S: :: D''Z : : .
    j>ui i am IJropare.I 10 nay mill 11 i Know ii r-ir'i1;mo hoard.; ; : < .... C -
    %Mr. A. to be a man who would drink toXCl'lIPI "" c "o =S Garden Seed Fertilizer. :: : :
    I would Grain Hay ,
    tomorrow, at the primary AUTIC'LK II.or 0 ,
    vote against Mm. TII illustrate tho ('I -d ,

    great caution that should bo exciclscd in The capital "to'k..t fiT'the I'KTO.rompanv nhall lip, for ttJ':": ,..., -: ',' III I call: time Attention of the People (of Indian: River: to my Stock of ..

    publishing rumors I can aiinro Mr. For- tho |>re,pnt, fire thoiiruini dollarn,..three-nfthii F.I s U1 d ')ooiJ G7M: Oroooriew, 1 i-uit
    olier that if I dioiitd publish tho accima- of which shall,liuiiald up iv theenheribersanmt H :: .. <: tn.e Ac l sni<:.y
    the balance on can of tho directors! Thecntilial l } () .O tr U
    ,dons I heard against him swum ...
    spoken : 1'i-oducts
    stun'k shall l>e divided Into fifty nharcii of one r'J J And Food t
    of as a candidate, ho would never! to nay hundred dollar ea h. Knuli ccrtillcate of stock :to 0
    tho least, forgive me. It Is surprise Hiall l he signed hy thn president and attested Iiy t1 Yz Of All Kinds Also My Stock of
    that a man of honor and reputation and the secretary the w nth the wal of the corporation| y aG t; 0 Grain Bran Cotton Seed Meal, .
    secretaryhailendnraeupon elicit certlfIcnto Hay
    : .
    should ad\ertlse to the world what ho the amount paid In iixm| the nnine. Cer- .. W .
    does, not know to be true. tlllrntvn of utiM'k limy l>e tran f"rred hy endotve- :;t ::: m round Fond and M'hmt. )
    : Very mentandthesecretarydish) keep ft record of I: ;n Indian River dealing! : exclusively in tho above lino of
    respectfully I the house
    the Nffiie. pajnients on, and transfer of all such am only and solicit
    A. UAAII}', certificate, upon the ntnlrn of the stock hook, (foods. I buy cUc, and will sell close. 1 Invite' your correspondence .
    which record shall he evidence of the
    IlIclllIIer"hll' -
    Very truly,
    of the corporation. your patronage. L. BRADY. .
    Winter Wcntlirr. ." '
    ::111:1axn.: : JT'xi.tolx; .--- ------
    AnricLKiir.VV UltAHAM .
    s ,
    Editors of ADVOCATE. rtSAMCRM:! KTC. Drnyinnn. JEOIJGE M. ROBBINS: ,
    Some one has said that }'lol't.1.111111 The director shall have the power to Imrroiv Hauling done at reasonable rates. At Attoihey-at-Law, AttoincyatLaw.Robbins
    two Inoney, and to innrtpnfrn: the gtrs franchl"e. tends all departing, and meets all anlv-
    MCI\IIOnROVen months of summer and property of the corporation hilt the hlfchest lag trains.
    and live month of warm weather Wo antallfitonhlt'htimerotupany can at any time & Graham
    call these fho warm weather months onhject M-olf Khali not exceoii Klx thol1"lInI.lol- Orders left vlfh'f}. U. Humph or at ):
    hire.. The !!"ollPrllllllanaliCer/ shah at the month' AIIVOCATK oflico will receive prompt :.
    winter, not because they are cold months, ly nii.tlnin of tho directors, mihmlt accountit of attention. ,'. ;'
    but because they ate the,coldest part of the himhieft, of tho company and n general a.,. .
    count of (IM llnance shall h ho kept hy the secre Dealers. : .
    our >
    year.Few tar, at tho ottlco of the compnn, for the liiKpeu. A. IF'1 OSOh01 Real Estate /: \
    thrtijts arc more necessary to the tluu of Rtiickliolders.ART1CLK.
    well-being of humanity than nuitnblo climatic TITUSVILLE, FLA., \>:
    conditions and no part of these IV. Keeps a- full supply of Metallic and ALL KINDS OF PROPERTY EOUGHT, SOLD, AND EXCHAXOED. .". .

    United /States unites these. conditions In I III!' n5YORlr.. ... ..-- er'MrY.Ma-- ...... ... Wooden of Title : *f '
    )[Members Jrc\'l1i"1lAhlltratt Compiiny. 'j
    such perfection as this Indian: River The general nature of the Imitlne-ii. to he transacted I Coffins! Casts and Caskets. '
    .n country'and southward to Florida Keys. hy the >e the tranKporta- Funerals attended If desired All **d .
    "Dry and warm" aro tho of thin of freight amtmpwaengers as voinmon carrier orders Titusville Erevan Co. Florida. ';> ,
    synonyms promptly executed and at ,
    *over the .ator\\\1 of the east Coast of t lor- reasonable ,
    comfort; "cold! ftnd wet1' of discomfort. Ida, hy Kteamhoatit. And the company may alto rates. Embalming done. 2T. "
    These facts are the foundation of hygl- oetablishotlmer linen of tranijiortatlon In connection P. O. Box, 20. fr\.\' .. ,

    onl climatology, and determine the location maintain with other Its,mean Ktcumhoat of InmlneK, and. may Wo Buy and Sell All Kinds of Real Estate, and are Solo Agents for a '
    of, both "health resorts," and by HtHam In connection transportation with! its himlne otherthan W. SMITH: large list of carefully-selected Properties in all parts of lhevard'countyd fItKM -:*" *
    "comfort rcsoits.4' In this climatic! It may alHohiilhl and maintain utmrvex piers .VHI.K Information furnished! as to character, location and value of Any Pro-

    problem there are Mix factors that are of and and other darks merchandise| and 1011\,'. Hell, 11 and thought trans; desirable ort lumher by Drnymun city on Indian River, '... *>"-,

    primary.Importance. Its iMKiril of director Our facilities! for the transaction of a general Kcal Estate business aro uneijualled. '
    1st. mean temperature; 2nd. extremes Will attend to all kinds 'of Hauling, and every effort Mill\ ho made to give perfect satisfaction to Intending Purchaserswho .

    of temperature; 3rd.litll rainfall; 4th., num ARTICLE: promptly, cheaply and expcditioiihly. may favor: us with their patiunixe. ,. ,.

    borofrainydays; cloudy days; Oth,, OK!' AMENKMKXT*. I Xo Properties listed unless the Title\ !is 1'el'fed. '
    clear days.: Of tho extremes In winter t
    the lowest temperature Is of the, greatest : on These vote of article three-Ill and,h.law8 of the may stick lie prencut amended at Will delUer baggage:; for passcngnsarrUlngor :Special attention given to Colonies and ndicutfi desiring large bodies of Low-

    Importance, In summer, tho highest. any legal meeting lit the khotdcrH.aml. a ma departing on train or steam Pi'iced Lands.
    Any country where the winter is tho jority of the oiiUttanillnp*toi'k shall vonntltute boats. Wiite for Descriptive C'ritaloKue.EUWAKD .
    quorum at anyetrckhobi.., '. ineutliiR.WITNKSS .
    rainy Reason Is not desirable as a winter ----- -T
    resort either for health or comfoit. Tltusvillo our, hand and Heal thin 15th day of Can be found nf tho Hallway Station IS'I'ILlSH.-------- ALBERT A.: TAYLOR.
    ReplemUcr', A II imm.
    ti bad, dining the past winter, a <,. F. PAMMHOX. (Seal.) or at my residence in South Titusville.
    total of 0.011nch08 rain, and 10 cloudy OKO. M. HoiinlNH. (Seal.) STILING & TAYLOR ,
    days, whllo Los Angelo had a total of %WAIn K. URAIIAM (Heal) U. S. Mail Carrier. ftW.

    27 inches, with 84 cloudy days. Of clear ,

    days TltiiBvillO had 02, whllo Los Ango-

    JAil. II. WHITE, l'ro"lollt-JIIIr.rI11'AXT() IIf nllckla.l"e # .
    Observer Tor Slg. Corps U. S. Army. Secretary-WALTKH 8. (IUAIIAM, of TltuK\llle.
    Island Home, Brevard county, Kla. Treasurer-OEO. )\[.ttoimiNS, of Tltuvllle. Dealer in DEALEIIS'IX

    Our" 11o1)lestel Exemption, Tltumille.W(Inreetors-(1.V.RebetsotriEO,lenerat 8. (1HAHAM.Manngor-CAii. R. r. .rAliliimiN.IloimiMt, of, General Merchandise, Gasoline and Gasoline Cans ; Doors, Sash, t


    EDITOJI ADVOCATE: GEO. ALTREE NOTIONS Galvanized! Well Pipes, }, 1, H & 2 Inch Iron Pipe, One-Kan Cross-Cut Saw;

    Tltero has been expressed, In 1fow Two->: Ien Cross-Cut Saws; long-handled Shovels, .1 toes, Spades, Folks, Rakes.

    instances, opposition to our Homestead BROKER AND COMMISSION AGENT, STATIONERY,
    Exemption laws, and a wish for their re

    peal. Such opposition appears to bo ill- Tltxisville, Fla. Choice Groceries, .'

    advised and uncharitable. None of us ont for Pianos and Organs FIuida y .
    can know tho events or clicumstances Brie and Lime; New Process Gasoline MIMS, .
    the future may develop. Tho morning Stove that cannot explode. r ; fi1 t4PAfurtCl\lili1P( ( .Ja w..

    sun may rise upon us full of promise; it Will at all times handle every dlscript-
    may, and often does, go down in poverty ion Of New and SecomMfand Furniture. KNOX the Painter 0

    and sorrow; and It Is to guard against In tact will get anything to supply the ,

    Much contingencies that tho State:: throws wants of tho 1'eoplo.Tradesmen's Will do any and AIL Ki.vni of PAIXT- .00
    the strong aim of Its protection around I ....
    Soiled Stocks Disposed of. IXO such House and -,., .
    as Work "
    Sign "" '"', -
    wives and little for ".
    our ones; theyI'e Will sell on Commission% by private treaty -4t. P .. !<.-",,-
    not responsible for our improvidence or Public Auction Graining in Distemper or Oil Co,0'.. '''
    or anything want ... ,
    our mlsfoitlinos. And she In right and to turn into money. Colors Paper Hanging or -,aauoay- -... ".... .. '- .
    wise. Cash in advance on floods for absolute Stencil Woik, Antiqueand --

    Our exemption! law are just such as sale. Mosaic Glass Wood Cook Stoves, Parlor Heators, Express
    prevail In nearly every :State in tho Union .
    if not in all of them. They were enacted Stain.special Wagons, Village Carts, Wheelbarrows
    not for the male portion of our John J.Wo.A.11:1s1oi: : ; Finish.[ attention to Natural' 'Wood .Wash Tubs, Cedar Floats, White and Brow Shellac Japan Dryer, 12'lt. Sprinkling ..
    but for tho wives and! children !
    population, Pots, Safety Oil Cans, Ash and Spruce Oars; Planet, Jr., Tools, Sheet Lead
    of tho community, They were die COXTU.VCTOK. FOP All articles of Furniture made to look Zinc, 'l'lnj; :Manilla Rope; LIme Cement, Hair, Plaster, Whiting; Yellow ,
    tated, by the soundest public policy, to as well as new. Estimates and work Ochre and Fire Clay; Step Ladders, Long Ladders, 75 Kegs of
    prevent homeless poverty ant pauperUrn. ARTESIAN WELLS, done anywhere on Indian River Nails, Oar lock, Padlocks, Flags Poultry Netting, Staples,
    They wore enacted to protect women Office on the ladder, Tn'OVIU.K, FLA. BOYDELL'S HOUSE AXD CARRIAGE PAINTS, ETC., ETC.
    and helpless children against!! the Kim Gallic, I ln. 4 "'. K. KM1X. 1 AH the above and large variety of other roods! are In Stock and being

    consequences oflOoBlgncyingtrovidence _____ added to. constantly
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    and misfortune. They are not for single
    t -- -
    men, but for heads of families, for
    the benefit and protection of families. ,

    Once in awhile we hear some thoughtless \ : : J. S.Watson Co.

    or selfish person complain of those i
    laws, and! charge that they make it ditti- .
    cult to collect debts. Certainly not more ,

    difficult than to collect them from men \ ,,

    who do business In the names of their ; Commission
    wives, or from those whose wives are free

    dealers. If credit was based, as it should AND
    be, on known and acknowledged business '

    Integrity, neither exemption laws nor This Space:: Reserved
    wifely protection would trouble creditors.
    If we compare the business prompltudeof MERCHANTS.[ t
    the generality of married men with *

    that of the generality of single"IIll'n, I I
    think the balance would be largely on
    the side of the former. Dealers in Fertilizers

    Whatever may lie our differences of ,

    opinion on other subjects, there shouldbe P. I-ICIllcl."OIl .
    an emphatic negative l tamlt'lln C09P Garden: Sccd!: l, ,
    any proposition to repeal or alter the exemption -

    lawn of our Mate. SAM RAY Orange Boxes (Crates & '

    Jt*la for rumored representative that one favors of the such candidate le-- paper. : ,

    peal. 1 do not know, personally, that CEMENT, PLASTER & HAIR.
    such U the rue, but for the sake of hu AGENTS FOR OCALA LIME.

    manity and sound public policy, it t* to Agents for the C. F. T. REFRIGERATOR

    be hoped that the rumor U unfounded. -. CARS. .
    Of one thing, however, I can speak ad ,;l1X'--' : : ,'. .. 1VUI FuruUh Can When Desired, and we that they are
    > '" l properly LOADED, ICEU,BILL.
    Mr. Chaffee Is firmly opposedto ED. and 1
    TRACED to I> tln
    "J. ** Uou.
    : ,
    repeal or material modification of :,, .< ( ,. ,; ( We \ '
    any '" <' ...-. ,1'1' will Buy all kinds
    } f of
    the homestead exemption law of the J.- '_4'. ,,,.oj. .."."- J'. '.' ..,.. will Fruits, Vegetables, Furs and Skins ; in fact .
    and Sell
    least he deserves : 1" Buy anything offered .
    tate. On that ground, at "'\-:1:" I : to us. ,

    a hearty support. :.. .. ,' Cormpoidince solicited on wants '
    SOCTH Duv.&.BD, any you may have :. .

    Respectfully, J, S. WATSON & CO ,
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