East Coast advocate
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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: October 10, 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
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System ID: UF00079908:00113
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Succeeded by: Indian River advocate

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*1LRCIl d MITICKS.IYTEIUAN Lake Worth. LOCAL NEWS.Society -J. S. Watson A Co. want 1,000 boxesof -J. S. Watson A Co. want 1,000 bush.ohs -TnxAIIII111111nSalulefll, of Courtney

CltfRClt. lemons. of guavas.Mr. : wall In town a day or no this week. 1

Sabbath at 11 a. m. Mid 7 -Miss thin! Miujleterry, of Jacksonville 11. I. Dixon, of Cocoa, was In -J. S. Watson .: Co. aro headquarters
n.te ith SrlHKil at 93O ft. in. Prayer and Grnrrnl G,MM|II' In connection for all kinds of fertilizers. '
Ito' Wednesday. evening at 7do. The wharf on the west side at the with Indian River and Lake Worth motions Is on a visit to Mr. and I Mrs. Hugh town MomUy. ItMI'II.
Earott has
'' opened up his tin shop op. q
Rev. JNO. Fo\, Pastor.4I'lIBT school house Is about
completed. flurlnfi]niHt '''l'k. Itrlrf mention of Bojd. W E. Dale, wife of our popnAt '
>oslto Joe Rogers' store and close to tlle.An'oC'ATJI
Mr. and Mrs Ross K. Brown Ixnd son Interesting Events About People Von -Mr. Theodore Titus left Ill're. Monday train mail agent anlvwl town last ,
CHCRClt.rMcMiMr Know, unit )'.-.>pl. You ))on'& Know : office, Titus>ille. 0*
ry,4th Similar' at II a. m. and were visiting at livid Lake Worth re IMikcd for Tropic, lla visit to Mr.\ andJtrs. Ight.Mr. flen.
up 1,1' Our Society Editor.Get Robt. Bullock the Democratic
p.lfu 18f ting very Thursday at 74 p.m. Ensey. town 011 list: nlght train, and left for nominee for Congress, Is expected to address -

' '\ 1'' Rev. A. 1J. C'OIIK.N,I'UJltor. I. Cragin's tropical paradise Is the ADVOCATE at Dr. ScrevcnV.Five -Tho carpenters are busily engagederecting : their place at Mlcco to-

f' lmpro\ing the looks all around! It did the billiard: room at the back of
; arrived
lAtltOUC CHURCH. Cents per COpy.Advertisements. -Mr. F.,It. Fee, of Melbourne, .
Mrs. old fox J.
store Mr.
seem impossible to Mr.Thomas' N.-rimgeour's III town last and left this
improve on night morning
F termon at 10 o'clock a, m. Sunday under this! heading )0'. Lewis. There have been special revival nor
for hits homo down tho river.
into hall. work.
ten line week. Ices at tho Methodist church during tho
aro cents! 4
Rev.Father O'HoYLR,Tat tor.ilODIST Rumor says that Mr. R. R.MtConnick per per -Miss Caiter?of Baltimore, 1* to take -Mr.\ (t. W..Scolito ball started in the week Revs.II.IIIco and J. N. Jones conducting -

of our place, and Mr. Flagler, of Ponce i -Tax-Collector Hall, of Sharpen, gave charge of }[r. Rumph's new dressmaking fish business, and U receiving fair share them. )

gletand CHURCH.third Sundays, at 11 do Leon, will put up a 5,000 hotel here, our office ploawmt call Tuesday. and millinery depai'Intent.Special of I pllblle'I\trolll\ge.. -The following Is a list of the arrivalsat

a. Sunday frliool every Sunday and also one on the sea beach or, rather -Baby canlago for sale. Apply at \ offer this month of ladles' -J. S. 11 atsoa A Co can supply von the Lund House this week: Mr. and

I arc cordially invited to attend. a largo pavillion.The this office. C-lt $4.00 and $5.00 Fioneh kid shoeafor$2.50 with fresh anion seeds ohoapor than frs.\ Merritt and two children! of Dally
i< 3. N.JOXLS, lantnr.roSTOFFICK ;
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Mr. P. A. and .3. O. Geo. R. Humph. yon ran send off and get: them. Try us,
McMillan of Eau (Uillie
tiger cat caught near Hotel Lake : tours. McMillan, ChafToe Mangold,
and for elvoll.Uev. ..
DIRECTORY Worth recently, by Capt. Crooker, has a was attending tho meeting of County -Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Brady returned, BOO your Chatman,Nichol,Capt. Lund, Mr. Hitch-

yfi mate In the shape of a 'ptsasun, and Commissioners this week. last: Saturday evening, from their northern .1. N.. Jones preached in'theMethodist cock and wife. Miss Carter.

EIfERAL DELIVERY they are getting on all right together; -Mrs.\ Wesson, who has been staying trip, still sIlITN'lnjC'from: the effectsof : [ church Sanford, Sunday last, -Thore was n meeting of the'School M
i 8 a. in. until p. in,, except dur.Jliutlon their t New York. In tho place of Rev., H. Mice who conuctod .
of mall;; and on Huntings they are not very satiable however at Eau Gallic for KOIIIO time past, started rough: sea passage () Board at tho Court House, Wednesday.:
m.when train or steamer l.late on for st Augustine to-day. service IsxTItusvlUo.Eacott \ .
In last w'elt'slssllo
'ling.IXEV. The Republicans of Dado county seem our ourcompositor There were very few members present ,'

OlinFa OFFICE! to bo gaining in strength and number, Money l Money t t Money t El I to I made a slight error by stating tho tlnnrr, can and will do and little business done. Mr. Jno. )f.Dixon .

8 a. m.until p. in.EOISTERED and the people seem to think that they loan on real estate. Apply to nlll, ln.t! : the Rev. Jno. Foy preached at tho you a ilrttt class Job of tin and galvanized resigned his position memberof

';f LaTTER deservo It, as they ha\o for their candidates Graham, Titusville, Flo. "Methodist"1, ilum-h Instead of at tho Iron work. Try him at his now stand, In the Hoard at this mooting

il from 8 a.In. until 8 p. in. tho best men that can bo foundIn -A full line of fruit j.us and jelly I Presbyterian Tltusvlllo. 0* -Tho steamer St. Sebastian (says the

AnnlvALor MUL. the county. glasses just received at Frank 1'. Eudge's : -Several poisons who have arrived -11. P. S. Write to the Indian River Jacksonville Weekly Tribune), which lass

. rth-8 th-6.15 to 12 p.1 m.>. m. Plenty of rain and plenty of sun, and hardware store, Titusville. *8 town front tho north Informed us that Dumber Co., Tltimllle; or Hodges A been running on tho St. Johns, between v

' travel to Indian River this winter will be Co. Satsuma QIghti., They will\ attend ucknonvlllo and Sanford in of tho
_ 'I.I i' DEVARTI'RE.clo everything Irf growing finely. All are School Supt. Sams has been in towna : place ,,

r id- tlfs at 6J1 a. m.M busy planting their truck, and increasing few days this week attending to the very Hrge. We hope their prognostications tl your orders with proniptltude. See tl-fnted Plant: has been taken off to bo

a. in.R. their acreage, and propose to support business connected with the School will turn out corieet.Capt. their all VtM. on page 5. thoroughly overhauled, preparatory to .

;'I" C. 8< KIMIIFOI'II, all tho different lines of steamboats; or Board.: W. H. Shni'jx) left here last -l\rll. W. 1). Watson and children resuming her place In the Indian RIver

,r. I'ostnmnter. tho 0110 that gives us tho best service. -Call on Eaoott, the tinner, for tin Saturday morning for Qultman, Oa., on w ho'returned from their trip to Jupiter, Steamboat Company this coming winter.t .

and a visit to Mil fath'r11110111, he has not started for Enterprise Monday inoru- Is not known what steamer will takoicr hC
;iICI.tL The schooner Mary: B., recently In roofing, guttering, job work of all
; nillECTOlir.ir from Tltns\llle, reports having to leave kinds. Gasoline and other stoves for seen for some time. Ho expects to be lug on a visit to friends, returning to place, but It U lumorod that the t;
nailer who have bunliicM from 'lant's will put a lino of steamers tho .;,
about ten .1n1I.Ylters town tho sumo evening.
sale. Tltusvillo. away
;with tho State or County OlllUalH.Idcralilo ; tho J., T. & K. W. docks on account of 0 *
St. Johns.
,I\J<. hicom'enlenre to oncer- excessive wharf charges, while tho great -The little Dickey Birds tell us that living In North Tltusvlllo, -"Two fine mules belonging to L. B.

of the ofllclal whom they wish to I. R. S. B. Co. will receive no height another popular bachelor in Tltiuulllo who were registered in LaGrango, will Ilgclow at Astor Park, were run over -From a prlvato communication from
have to to the Su Isor of
Ith this fact in mind we have apply \pen KegIstialton ho wlfo
pre. of Rev. B.
Mowing directory, which will, no marked to Lako Worth. Why is this will enter tho holy stato of matrimony for transfers Titusvllle.. The by the train last week, and so badly injured Brown we learn
Hoard of that had to bo killed"Eiislls that this worthy gentleman expected tu
[iieutly referred to. thus ? Probably to show its appreciation Ore this month closes. County Commlsnlonurn have they

STATE OFFICERS. of tho efforts of our people In raining -Mr. P. p, Cobb, the affable manager added that part of the town to District LakoThrgion. Mr. Illgolow Is well known return to Tltusvlllo In tlmo to rosumo

Francis 1*.Fleming. fruit and truck for them to freight. of tho Florida Canning Co.'s store, at No. 2. to many of our citizens having been engaged services at tho Episcopal' church last
if State John L.Crawford. -The Rev. J. N. Jones took a subscription business hero Sunday but has boon ill '
But wo have another port to run to, Fort Pierce, arrived in town on Sunllaymorning's l In tho lumber as a taken severely ,
Frank J.rims. where the I. R. S. B. Co. do not con tori steamer, and returned the afternoon list around!and for his In a church couple yesterday of- member of the firm of Enscy A Dlgclow and Is now undergoing medical ,"

eneral-W.H. Lamar.uer in all things. following morning. hours had tho names of sufficient We arc sorry to hear of his loss. treatment In Baltimore.\ The dato ** t|

of Agriculture. B. Womb- Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE maybe who promised pay fill!> In ten days. -In consequence of tho numerous In of his arrival can only bo fixed by his'ro

Only $100 was required to off the which wo will bo .
pay covory, hope .
Jupiter. loft with Mr. L. C. speedy.'Us
dent of Public Instruction-A. J. Hughlett by Indebtedness. quince from people northt south, east
\Illness Is
present moro severe than
tho residents of Cocoa and vicinity, and west for copies of the ADVOCATE
General-David Lang. JurrrEK, Oct. 7th, 1800. Messrs. Hamilton & Co. are, as any similar attack duilng his four yoais "
which will be
mist-N.Robinson placed promptly on our wo have decided to largely Increase our
usual, shipping largo quantities of fish; uninterrupted residence In Florida and
1 of Health-R.P.Daniel, list. ,
president; Hsue. Wo have not ono of last week'sleeuo
1v. K. flyer Willie Mr. Hugh Boyd Is busy In"a similar It looks as If Instead of Wing Invlgortt- )
[Special In the .tdrO<'ate.] -To-night. The ladles of tho Presby- left. Next week wo will Increase
ath Officer J. Y.1'orter.
manner. He shipped forty-throe bar. od or recuperated by his absence from
1 States Senators-M llklnsou Call and [Tho ADVOCATE job printing depart terlan church will give an Ice-cream and our edition by 800 copies; and at tho request
roll of fish to Savannah ho Stato that
on Iondaymornlllg' a contrary effect has '
n oca.I ment is well fitted up for all kinds of cake social at their church this (Friday) of our Eau Galllo and other 1
tee of Congress-R. II.M. Davidson and train.Wanted been tho result. The value of a north'
tb ,"Ich.ator. job work. Send in your orlIerll.] evening, the 10th Inst. Doors open at friends In different States we will republish -

-Gardner B.ITardee. Tho Juno and Lake Worth train will :5 p. m. All are cordially invited to be .- to exchange, a two-story the article on Eau Galllo at It urn trip In tho promoting of health, too
ptatlva in the Legislature for Brevard frame dwelling-house, containing five often proves delusive. If our memory
present. In last Issue Orders for
B.Norwood. be running in a few days. appeared our serves us the health
f. correctly, of Mr..
-Mrs. F. U. Yillerot started for Jack- rooms; and lot, 071x117 feet, In Sanford, week's /I
STATES LAND OFFICE. next number should be sent In as Foy was much I impaired during bill last
Col. Ed. Miller is still in town and Is
Alex.Lynch, Gainesville.V. sonvillo Monday morning, much to tho for improved or unimproved property In early as possible* Copies each. absence from the /State.Mr .
'- .J.Sblpman,Gainesville. a great favorite with the Jupiter belles. regret of her friends In Tltu vlllo. Titusville or on Indian River. S. M.Lorimier .,
many -Mr. J. M. Sanders, of Cocoa, who and Mi*. John Asplnwall, ra
General-J.C. SlocumTaUahauee. Messrs. Church A Carney are catching She has been l Titusvillo, Fla. *3Mr.
quite lately but
wo turned hero from
OFFICERS OF BREVARD CO. escorted hlv daughter and Miss Fannie Darry tow II. N. Y, on
largo quantities of mullet, and salting she will and Mrs. A'. S. Dixon of
:j County Seat, Titusvllle.I slope have recovered ere this Cocoa, Sanders to Macon, Oa., whole they are Monday evening. They-In company

County Court-Minor 8.doneaTitue- them for winter use. issue of the ADVOCATE reach her. gave our office a short but pleasant call attending tom Wesleyan Female College, with Miss Annie Shearer-left Kew York

k|Circuit Court; also Clerk of County Capt. Armour is having several acres Eacott, the tinner, who ha done so Monday afternoon Both were looking here Monday night, and left for I Ireturnoll I III tho steamer hcwlnolo, and when off t

lltor and Recorder of Dee .-A. A. cleared in the sound, preparatory to much work on Indian River, has returned much better in health than when we last Cape Ilatteras Urand Old Ocean bocamo ,
home yesterday morning. While In
.(tusvllle. planting vegetables. from the north, and is now preparedto saw them. There was also a market! rather turbulent, and we believe the
Tames E.Bowman,Titusvllle. racksonvllle\ he viewed tho steamer party presented a sorry spectacle. On '
tl i.ctot-E.W.Hall,City Point. Capt. Watson, Supt. of the steamboat do any and all kinds of tin and galvanized Improvement In their little child. They Sweeney, owned by the East Coast Transportation their arrival at the Indian River Hotel

W Banders, Courtney. line, was down this week, looking after Iron work you may require. trove home the same afternoon. Co., which will arrive here on they looked as no doubt they felt-tired;
Ray,Tltu vllle.ten. Roofing of all kinds. Address Titusville\ and }Jr. Asplnwall,who Is a jovial
the interests of the company. 'I -Eacott has done you good work In November let Under the thorough young
fellow failed
Instruction to
of Public we
recognize ;
Fla. 0- time and will do it again. Give him very easily
coon y.ilsatOrR. The weather clerk has been planting a overhauling she has had, this commodious owing to tho disappearance of his !
Burcbilel -To tho ladle of Titusvlllo. dressmaking call. Remember the place; opposite Joe
Georgian My since his last
strawberries and beans around the signal Rogers' store. 0- and fast steamer looks quite neat appenrauco on, Indian 4
jloners-Robert Morrow,TitusJnaan department is now ready. Satisfaction River. By-the-way Mr.
Ie. .._ ; A. J. Carter Turnbull; J. M. office, and a bountiful yield Is expected.Mr. and trim,,and many of our residents are Asplnwall won
-The steamers the builder
aStn,'Coooa; 1'. A. McMillan, Eau tlallie; guaranteed you. Your expression Georgians and White, of the yacht Tarpon which
Board at Titusla R. R. McCormick of Palm Beach anxiously looking forward to the promised -Capt. Tony Canova
E, Cbaffee Ankona. meets of the urgent need of It here inducedme In command of Captains Mercier and took to New York
. on the first Monday of each month. returned homo from the north, this week Lee, started for Eau tiallie Saturday cheap excursion to Melbourne Beach some months ago. They all-Mr. and '
gfgHft' TOWN OFFICERS.liteerB. to add this department. If supported Mrs. Asplnwall and child
morning: towing the Laxahatchee, which next month. Miss Shearer
and the outlook for winter travel
K.Wilson, b[.D. reports .
it will remain as a permanent Institution. was loaded with lumber. and the nurse started on Tuesday
and Traasnrer-J.1'.Blake. bright. -The people of Florida cannot do too
Ass,* as very morning's steamer for Eau '
It depends with you. Geo. B. I -We wish to draw the attention of Oallle where
r'-Seward F.Gray. Col. Miller killed a large wild cat, a Rumph. 0* orange-growers on the East Coast to the much for the Clyde steamship company In that beautiful harbor they will be able .

and Collector-John Myers few days ago, and some cats are not I advt. of T. M. Dobson A Co., dealers and It. river serrlce. Were It not for to recuperate after their rough passage
n-E. L.Brady president; JI' Turn- say -A walk through the yards of the by rowing sailing and
this line would be at the fishing
M. Brown B. A. Belcher Walter 8. bad to Mr. Dash aboard "a produce, etc., which will be found on great we mercy;
Council meets at a p. m.on the second eating. Apply Indian River Lumber CompanyR. page 6. They come to us recommended of railroad corporation., and compelled -Mr, E. I). Raney and a brother hunter t

_h Thursdays in the each month. Special the St. Lucie, for Information.Mrs. Ranson, manager-shows that this as a very reliable Arm.Mr. to pay almost any price for freight and who requests the suppression of hi* t
when called by Mayor.
J. A. Armour has moved from new firm moans business, and have come and Mrs. Brehtford, Palm Beach passage, The owners and managers of name, started out on a certain day of
STATE SUPREME COURT. this line appreciate the needs and wants the present week well
3 Held at Tallahassee. the light house, to'her new and pretty to stay.The stock is well assorted who has been visiting in North Carolina, of our people and State, and never fall unltion, bent upon, supplying stocked themselvesand with am-

luatice-G orge P.Raney. I residence in the sound. The captain is price reasonable, and orders are promptly returned here Tuesday evening, and I let to meet their requirements. No finer their editorial friends. with a supply f-
home the
for nil at above
late-Judges-A. E. Maxwell and H, L.rR. for small and place on to- eoast steamers nail out of New of
alone, apparently undisturbed by the absence filled large quantities. day'f steamer. We understand that his York; quail. Everything WOK and
of his better half. ask share of no finer river boats float on any southern success crowned their prolIUou'l till I
W. Wuson.\ They a your patronage.Dr. brother-Dr. Brehiford-wo* married on >> ai
wate,.. Rates for both freight and neighborhood of Aurantla
CIRCUIT COURT. Henry C.Sill whom rumor reported Saturday last, and we believe he Is now was reached
? 01 Temporal 01 Mores! I Dade I. passengers are low, and time consumed when the horse started homeward
v I Judicial Circuit, Including Brevard and as having partly negotiated the sole on his wedding tour, and I III expected In transit Is little less than at a "
> Dade Counties. all astir with politicians. They have as- here in about two or three weeks by rail, and good pace while they were some dlsUncu -;
I Term,2nd Tuesday in February, sembled at Juno from the various pre- of his homestead to a colony of negroes, probably many cases better The accommodation from the buggy. After making a good 1
-Dr. Walter S. Graham, our chief of these steamer are superb. running record (If their .
let Tuesday In September. is interviewed the fighting editor of the story can be believed
cincts. There a split in the
.. DeUn L < party editor left here for Jacksonville Wednesday .-Palatka JleraU.Heartrending ) for about four miles, they arrived i
J. D.Broome, ADVOCATE and
-|Attorney..J.D. Beggs Orlando. which may result in two conventions. yesterday, emphaticallyand morning, on his way to PhiladelphIa were the piercing cries at a house and sank exhausted. Upon

f BREVARD COUNTY.COURT. One call U for to-day, the other for the indignantly denied the statement for the purpose of escorting his that eminated from the neighborhood of regaining their" power of speech, and '

r Terms on 2nd Mondays in February, 9th. The Miami delegates are undecided made by our Narrows correspondent in mother, wife and little son sailed and sick! the well-known clothing store of ,J. W making Inquiries in regard to their team, "

just and horember. what to do at this writing. regard to his converting his homesteadinto brother to Titusvllle. He yesterday Rogers & Co. the end of last week So they were told that portion of their
from Jacksonville in the Clyde outfit had arrived half
Minor S.Jonas Titusville.i that staff some an hour before -
agonizing were they turn-
an Ethiopian paradise We take our
.utonIey-Ju.T.Sanders TltnsvUle. The signal office is in receipt of a new steamer Cherokee, and will return from ed a shade or two lighter and became and, knowing they would, turn up. v
caligraph sent from Washington. While pleasure in publishing bit denial of the New York to Florida with the popular a little weak in the "understandings*' later the young man of the house had
Captain McKee the :23rd lost. The taken of the '
on advantage occasion( and
of wan
nge machine the obtierv- while several pedestrians who ,
operating the Ruth rumor.The happened
usual Sunday (winter) service ADVOCATE wish them a pleasant andante to be passing the ADVOCATE office were treating his best girl to a ride. Along

be week ending last night Oct. er's little daughter, approached your at the Presbyterian church commenced passage on Grand Old Ocean. observed to turn paw with fright, dasl toward evening the buggy and Its 'occu-

$ as recorded at the U. /8. Signaltnsvfle scribe with the mandate "Sing, papa, Sunday last at -The Indian River Steamboat Co., toward the scene of the screams, and panU returned, and the discouraged
Florida: sing," mistaking the instrument for a seven o'clock having decided to withdraw their steamer with bated breath, whisper, "Is It another hunters started for town, relieving thess-
OCTOBER.Max. piano or organ. Such is the brightness when there was a very fair congregation: St. Sebastian from the St.Johns river murder:" probably thinking of the selves by Indulging In very emphatic
[ Mln. 1800. Max, Min The choir well language, as soon as they were out of
$9 of little Florida cracker. present. was represented, issued the following circular: "October horrible murder of the young lady In Ht t
3 M 68 87 71 a considering It was their first meetingfor 1, 1800. On and after this date the Augustine last week. There was no hearing. The writer can sympathize;
4 83 68 84 72 steamer St Sebastian will be wIthdrawnfrom need, however, for alarm as the cries with them an he had been promised a
B. FitzGerald some time Mrs. C. F Fischer the
-Engineer paid a share of quail that lie mouldering
68 85
73 .
the SL John's river service, and were only emitted by a young lady undergoing
84 68 86 CO short visit to his family the end of the ably presided at the organ, whilelra, the line discontinued. This well-know a dental operation at the hands. of near Aurantia. The usurper of the bug.

O 78 61 00 72 week He U still working on the steamer G. B. Rumph, Mrs. A. C. Gardner Miss paaaenger and freight steamer will hereafter our well-known dentist, l r. Dod,oD. As Kj should"quadr'when be reads this and
74 59 86 73 the Indian River Thanking as the fact became the rUney would do likewise If wa told on
St Sebastian-making improvementsto Lena Gardner, Mrs. Scobie Miss Lizzie ply on soon apparent, what day the events occurred.

73 6.$ 89 .71 her machinery that will add materially English, and Messrs. C. P. Eacott J..R. our many friends and patrons for put fears of the affrighted ones calmly cooled we shared part of the quail,:and However *will
favors, we remain yours truly, J. J. down and they went their way rumInat-- ..
Ir. G. W. Mackenzle.'of: Canaveral, to her speed. She U expected at Titus- Walker and C. n. Walton did credit to Giflord general agent; W. D. Watson, ing over the shock they had received to say no more, ..

i town a tow day last week. rllle In about two week, the part allotted them. .up dAte ent." their ncnouj) system that morning. Local. CwdtiHttd m Page 9,


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THE PROGRESSIVE --THE-NATIONAL-: CAPITAL: the rresWirtt DfiSrcw of both 11"utlelaud The president, on Monday nominitt 1

Tho EaU Coast Atoie.TTTpSVlLLE FLORIDA STATE NEWS. '. -, SOUTH.. of the president of the United States A John N. Irwin, of Iowa, governor of Anl:

TUB TRADESMAN'S Qtt nTERr.T K troutor concurrent resolution, with an amendment sons; Alfred A. Freeman, of Tcnnc M
=- =- -:- -- liltW t'prsTttE. cffircd to it. to corrert the enroll associate justice of tho supreme court uH

: FLORIDA. BRIEF SUMMARY OF WHAT IS r -....- WORK OF THE FIFTY-FIRST ment of the tariff bill was agreed to. The Now Mexico; members of the continentsrailway !(

GOING ON AROUND US. The Tradesman reports for the third CONGRESS.rocEKorxos senate then had a brief executive. (session, commission (provided for by tb.il

-i- of 1390 1,114 new enterprises In the and after the doors were rc-opcned, ad. diplomatic and consular appropriates

The agitation In Belgium for universal Picnic island, opposite Poit Tampa, i fa Southern states, against:: 774 in ,the corresponding or THS noun AND SBSATB J journcd.n Ort)-Alcxcncler J. Cnssatt, of Pennsvln.inia
: getting to be quite a popular resort. quarter of 1889. 1 heso reports BRIEFED-DELIBERATIONS OVKB MATTERS ] the senate,. Wednesday the chaplain, -; George XI. Pullman, of Iliifloil |

.ffrago is increasing and tho ruling The population of Tampa according are compiled from carefully prepared data OF MOMEXTOC INTEllEST: TO OCR in his opening: prayer, asked divine ,acceptance Henry O. Davis, of West Virginia; Sell'|

tlasrct tear trouble.! to tho last census returns,, i Is within a secured from accurate sources from every COMMON: cotrsTBT.-NOTES. of the serviceS about to conclude pronius 8. Boyd, Missouri, ministerreil

fraction of being seven thousand. point in the southern states. During the i this day, aud, in God' own timeto dent and consul general to Siam; SminfJ

The Kouka Land quarter just ended two agricultural I implement The tariff bill finally pawed the house bring the cnators again together in A. Whitfield, of Ohio, first assistant Postmaster
'The late John Boyla O'Reilly med tn A ruilroad rebate ticket company got out factories have been established, at 7 o'clock Saturday even In!!'. The final pence; also to make the nation a patt-in general ; James Lowry Bell, to
My that be had found the truo fraternal fund the amount of railroad, agreeing faro to re all i three barrel factories, eleven breweries, rote stool 152 to :::1 l, Speaker Reed v01 hit. i.f all tint is true nnd pure and good Pennsylvania second assistant postmasteH t
settlers on Its lands. a* agiinst two in the corresponding quarter Tho debate over the ohm I lasted live anons nations. The reading ">f TuelvVt general. Rock Creek park com mission i
cpirit to exist at its but iA convicts, soldier of 1889 for bar "" been dispenw V
; thirty-five brickworks were hours, and it was a regular field day < ioiirn" era-Henry Boynton, P. Lanji
and journalists. the W. A. West has recently shipped from commenced: one new bridge works was the mcmbir*, nearly all of them guttingan with, Mr. Sherman offered a resolution leI and R. ROM Perry, District of Colui|

few mine which ho i is superintending; a established in Texts; ten,boot and shoe opportunity to talk from one to five for the appointment of a committee of bia; Frederic N.Dow,collector of custo B

of miles north of Itrooksvillo six carloads factories ; eight car works; eleven canning minute each, with the privileges of two senators to join a like committeeon districts of Portland and Falmouth, JlTg

phosphate to Wilmington, Del. factories, two in Florida, three in printing the remainder of their speeches the part of tho house to wait upon the Richard H. Jackson, of Alabama, eDsipi
Tho Kltetricol Retteit suggest that SfMr. Notice of incorporation has been forwarded Georgia, ono in Louisiana, three in in Thc Re erd. The bill will bo taken president of the United States, and inform III tho navy. The nomination of Dma

IJirsh, of Chicago, has really found to the secretary of state of the North Carolina, one in South Carolina up the first thing by the senate Monday, him that unless he shall have any was confirmed by the senate MondsjS

way of making aluminium for fifteen L formation of the West Florida Alliance and one in Texas. There were thirteen and will probably be disposed of during further communication to make the two afternoon. )|

Exchange Company, with headquarter cigar and tobacco factories established, the day. The probabilities are that the houses were ready to adjourn. Tho senate -
cent Icsfl there l is INJUNCTION
or a pound, no reason WANTED
at Pcnsacola. The capital stock of this six of wh1ih were in North Carolina; bill will become a law with the presi then proceeded t> the considerationof |

why the main! hall of the Columbian Exposition company is $10,000. seventy-eight cotton and woolen mills, dent's signature by Tuesday, and that executive business. The vice president AGAINST TENNESSEE COAL COMPAME

should not bo built of bright News from Eau Gallie says : The Alliance nd North Carolina lead the list with adjournment will not occur later than laid before the senate threo veto DEALERS. A.\t|9

metal, which i* lighter and far more en- i II fast gaining pround hereabouts sixteen to her credit. There were twelve Wednesday, and perhaps as early as messages from the president-two on bills --

Mr. G. F. Ensey, president of thc Nisho- compresses, four distilleries and forty- Tuesday, tho day named In Major McKlnley' referring claims to the court of claims ; John Uuhm United States
than bulk ,
cither f
daring fin equal brick, tab Alliance, will soon be appointed nine electric light works, which were I resolution, which passed the the third one on thc bill to prohibit book- for the Middle Tennessee at.(

tone, iron or glass. county crganijcr, as LaGrange, Courtney distributed throughout the Southern house Saturday afternoon. The senate! making and pool-selling in the Dittrlctof under torney direction of the district, I
i iof
- -- Scbastion, Ft. .Prince and Eden are States. Twenty-eight fertilizer factories: will pass the resolution, either as it is, or Columbia for the purpose of gambling.The the United !States attorney filed general
Chief of Police Crowley, of San FlUe ready to fall into-inc.] were established, twenty-five flour and amended to read Wednesday as soon as it three messages wcVo laid on the a petitioit
office at
in the.clerk' Nashville
Sso, Cal., .who has been at the head of1bo The Drsyman' Joint Stock company grist mills, eighty-three foundries and votes on the tariff. table.: Tho fenate then took a recess companies! owning; or Thursday f!
machine shops, fourteen of which fn the senate the house for hcur till 23 agafnsf operating
for was organized at Pcnsacola a few days were on Saturday, half an : o'clock. from which coal is
polico department eighteen years, ago with a of | ,OOO"< for in Virginia, ten in Georgia, thirteen in joint resolution authorizing the secretary I At the expiration of tho recfes(! a d6 3\bc mInes shipped to S

My the Chinese thcro commit more tho purp '*e carlt4lltock, on a general merchandise Alabama, and others distributed among of the navy to purchase nickel ore or was received from the house announcing the Nashville and njl l tptaldealers selling to !

crimes in proportion to their number business, and article of Incorporation the remaining Southern States. Twenty- nickel matte for use in tho manufactureof I II its concurrence with the resolution as to consumersj numbering The three or fou; [

of the ha seven blast furnace companies were organized steel armor was taken up. The joint, with :Mexico to prevent dozen companies. petition alloga j
than any other race, and are the most difflsult same been filed with negotiations!\ that combination or truet exists
I ; twelve works -five ice resolution The resolution between I
the secretary of state. gas ; fifty was passed. Chinese entering the United States from
of detection. They havo no regard factories add the above corporations, firms and lodi !
A number of eighty-five mining companies calls for an appropriation of $1,000,000.The that republic. For the next fifteen minutes
'for tho obligations of an oath, and are have been Jacksonville business men were formed, Texas leading with senate resumed consideration of the the vice president was busied in viduals, to fix prices for the Nsshvill |
still hunt
on for
becoming moro vicious and Immoral everyfear. along the St. Johns and have discovereda phosphate fifteen. Twenty-five oil mills were established house bill to amend "an act to prohibitthe putting his name to bills, the titles of coal market and thus in monopolize and COD. I
trol the coal trade Nashville.
as against twenty-seven in tho Importation hiring of foreigners
rich tract on one of thc creeks between or which were recited by tho clerk. Tho
____ _______ Jacksonville and corresponding quarter of 1889. four and aliens under contract or agreement to resolution to continue In employment tho
will Maypnrt. A stock company potteries. Ono hundred and five railroad perform !labor in the United States, its sessional employes of the senate for another ANOTHER MEXICAN ROADTO
The Empresi Eugenie: now a white- probably be formed and the "
field worked within short time. corporations were organized as against territories and the District of ColurobilThe \. month, and to pay them out of the '
haired and pallid woman of, bitty-four, a fifty-five in the corresponding quarter of Dcndioor nuestion being on Mr.: contingent fund. was reported and agreed. BB BUILT BY A COMrANT OF HNOI.ISB\

,with few tracei of her former beauty Railroad men say that the present season lost: year. Plumb's! amendment, offered Friday, providing to. At 2.1>5 o'clock the tariff bill was CAPITALISTS.
has been tho banner year for coloredexcursion that the act shall not apply to any received from the house with the -
(five life ,
the of recluse speak-
a her
dividing and thousands AGAINST THE LARD DILL. '
havo been organization of musicians or orchestras. er'a niznaturc, and it was immediately A well known railroad contractor of I
limo between her devotion, and the writ. carried around the state and in from -- The amendment was agreed to. Also signed by; the vice president and sent to Mexico states that the concession for i E

log of a racmdrial of Napoleon lit. and Gcor.llTbo. farmers nro complaining ins onocEns AND IMPORTERS OP PIHI.AIMI8K the amendment excepting teachers from the president of the United States for his railroad from Zacatccas to Durango, and I
that the excursion fever interfere with DELPIIIA : A OWL.. its The bill without thence to Mazatlan which has been
the Princo Imperial, which will contain provisions went over signature. Mr. Aldrich thereupon reported held
the I field -
hands' work to nn alarming ex- final nc lion "Unfinished business"was back tho adjournment resolution by Governor Flores, of Durango, for the
their A well attended ,
private letters, and the proceeds ol .tlt. meeting of the grocers then taken the senate bill four has been sold
and up, being amended so as to fix thc time at 3 past: years, to W. IL
whoso Mica *'oe will give to the fund for Tho reported war between the S., F. A' ; importers'held exchange for of Philadelphia, to establish a United States land court, o'clock, p. m. and it was agreed to. Wood and an English .syndicate. The
W. and the J. T. & 1\. W. ia was Tuesday, the purpose of and it was recommitted to the committee ; The I
tho relief of tho widows and o.rplll\ns' exciting protesting tho At lIve minutes before the time proposed price paid was 75000. concession
tho war of 1870. great interest at Palatka, because of the senate of the against bill known passage the by the on private land claims.: The house bill by the senate, for final adjourn. is a most valuable one, including, as it I

probable good effects which would resultto lard bill." Two sets ..f resolutions as "Conger for the adjustment of the accounts of ment, Mr. McPherson, clerk of the does, a subvention of $8,(JOO per mile nod I

-- -- --- ---- t that city by the bringing there of large,: testing against the bill-both pro- laborers, workmen and mechanics arising house, delivered a message from that the free right of way. The company Is

ClOne cf tho moit significant sign ol quantities of freight to be transferred to Identical in their nearly under the e ght-hour law was taken \II). body, proposing a conference on private backed by almost unlimited English cap

the educational tines: ," muses tho Chicago t ho Georgia Southern and Florida, andy to the meeting.Import One-were of thc presented Several votes were taken upon it, but pension bills. Mr. Harris offered a resolution ital[ and the road will 'be completed |
> the J. T. & K. W. in case the fight resolutions none of I hem showed tho presence of a within twelve months.DOMESTICS .
Next, 'iu the disappearance of the becomes: asked of congress the passage of a after brief Mr. Dolph being in the chair, tendering -
so executive
reality. quorum; n session -
tho thanks of the Vice -'-
senate to
General food bill but after debate
; some
elderly college President. Young men The new fumigating p'ant at the quarrantino it was rejected by the meeting, and the, On, tho fonato adjourned.laid President Morton for tho dignified, impartial FOR BOSTON.
the before
.repressing forward and tho older station nt PcunKColn Monday speaker and
/gen piiItemed following resolution was passed : house tho bill courteous manner in which
tlc /nen aro very content to step aside for after Charleston's system has been tested "1'0 the Hon. A. U. Paddock, chairman jurisdiction of to the define United and States regulate courts the uo had presided over the deliberations of THE PKLZER :MILLS, OF SOUTH CAHOI.IS4, |

in the presence of Qov. Fleming nnd of till agricultural committee, with tho senate. Adopted unanimously. A SUII' 1,000 BALES TO THE: "DUD."
ome more eaj-going place. Tho truth other senate amendments thereto. AfterSOlllO
citizens. The test was ftuccvseful United States Senate: The grocers' rind resolution similar In its terms was offered

pta, She Presidency of a col lego is 1 largely t throughout. Vessels now arriving at importers' exchange, of the city of Philadelphia temporarily.discussion Mr.the Henderson bill was laid of Iowa aside by Mr. Ransom in compliment to A so'id: train on 'the South Carolina

r* iplaeo for tho uerciso'of business Pcnsacola from infected or suspected most respectfully your honorable submit d the conference 'on the, Senator Ingalls as president pro railway! arrived at Charleston Monday
I shrewdness. The men be lest ports will be detained not more than five body to take into considerationtheir general report tern., and it was also unanimously with 1,000 bales of domestic shipped
young may deficiency bill. It was agreed to.
Jays. The plant cost $1,000,000. protest against tho passage of bill, The bill adopted. At 5:10: o'clock a message was from the Pelzor mills. It was the tint
vcocrabc, but they make things rush* It. Licflcld and A. Sinnlandcr of Heidelberg II. It., 11,308, known the Conger lard supply was tho: passed deficiency appropriating in the $10,316to received from the house that tho adjourn- solid train of domestics ever received

fi-'! i- -- -- Germany, have returned to their bill. While wo are desirous of having for the compensation of members appropriation of meut resolution had been amended by there. Tho entire lot went to ]

Tho ros'ilenco of United States Minister lativo country, after a three months fctay laws regulating the sale of all compound the house. The senate amendment war substituting G o'clock for 5 o'clock, and East Boston via tho Clyde: line of steam

; William Walter Phelps on the Doro-, I In the phosphate section of the Itatll.1'hllY articles used as food! the provisions of concurred in to the house bill granting the amendment was concurred in. Mr. ers.
are both experienced chemists and this bill are such that it legislates in favot leaves of absence to clerks and Sherman, in company with Mr. Harris, re-

jihecq Straase'; BerlinU( considered amirclo analysts anl, as representatives of German of one article of food against another. of the first and second class post employes ffi'es. ported that the committee of the two houses This Kitchea's Placo in History.'

of elegance and iplcndor by the fru capitalists they have thoroughly The restrictions plucc.1 in this bill on all The conference report on tho bill had waited on the president and that

gal-minded Berliner Even examined a number of valuable trpcts, on products in tho least degree resembling to increase tho the president had answered that ho had
wealthy efficiency of the Wo masculines have to learn
which they have secured an option. lard are equal to a prohibition of their no further communication to make. The yet says
.nd fiuhlonaMa Germans livo in fiat signal corps of tho army and to Rev. Dr. Talmage in the Ladies' Home
manufacture senate then took till
and sato. 10 minutesbefore
We consider recess
Plans for cotton
a new courthouse at lampshave transfer the wcatherservico to the -
agricultural that
Journal the kitchen is the most important
with hops on tho ground-floor. But been accepted by the board of need oil wholesome and valuable for 6 o'clock. Thc vice president,
department was agreed to. Tho part of tho household. If that
)J#. Pbclp took: a whole house, tore out County commissioner They were drawn Tood. Wo are opposed to any legislation senate joint resolution) was passed request then, after a brief acknowledgement of goes wrong, the whole establishment U

the Ihops, replaced them by kitchen andieryanta1 by :Mr. J. A. Wood, of New York, the which favors one article" of food at the ing the secretaries of state, war, treasury, the compliment paid him in the resolution wrong. It decides tho health of the
of just declared the
adopted ad-
another. secate
architect of the magnificent Tampa Bay expense and to submit to '
navy departments household
con- and health
office, hail parquotrie floor, The of tho burned sine uio. settles almost ev.
hotel. The but ding will b, 100 feet secretary exchange was instructed (gross propositions] for enactment into law bread
erything. frequency
filled the ea&bUlhmont with costly and l ong by 65 feet wide, and will be built of to have u copy of thrse resolution of recommendations of the international On Wednesday, in tho house, all was of Heavy too great of-

4K'autlrulluruiture, and constructed and brick and atone; and, if constructed ac- drawn up and forwarded to Senator marine conference. The bill was missed bustle and confusion, and tho scenes rivaled lemonade plum and custards pudding, unmasticable mingling

decorated a ballroom which I h c ording t<> the plans, will bo one of tho Paddock. to prevent tho desecration of the Cnited When the the most turbulent of the session. beef, have decided the fate of 'sermons,
pro. handsomest cditlces of tho kind in the States the homo was called to order
flag, by print/ thereon of store-houses bills
and the
nouocoj tho flneJt private roon la the south.uovirnor. : A CALL FOR AID. tainting or advertisements. The hou any.o there were not 100 members ure ent. destiny of empires.legislative What if ,Bismarck
Capital..Aa _ _ Fleming win deliver- me- then 'took H recess until 8 o'clock, the Breckcnridge, of Kentucky, called bad been seized with a long fit of indigestion .
____ __ ___ raiser BELIEF: COMMITTKB J'L"BTISIIE4 no quorum, and business stopped before
h evening session to be for the consideration
1' opening address at the Knights of. it had about the time of the breaking
AMERICANS. begun. wanted
extraordinary thing happened in in of bills reported by tho committee a pledge from of
Pythias conclave at Pa'atka January on the republican leaders. that there would out the last French and German wart!

Johntoa County, Kentucky, election next. Mr. J. I. HuUc, chairman of the The American committee for the relic! Indian affairs. bo no extra session to pass the force bill. .What if, while Plimsoll was trying to

day, chronicle the Chicago Fott The Committee of arrangements, wrote a let. of tho famine in Ireland publishes an ap In thc senate, on Monday, Mr. Ingalls, :McKinlev didn't want to give it, but ratio an insurrection among the sailors
tho that he deliver by request, introduced a bill to provide of Great Britain
ter governor, asking peal to the of America. Tho Disraeli should have
people most Breckenndge said if he didn't
leading candidate for County Clerk died this addrcfS ami while in the ; for the payment of arrears of congress been
city, trustworthy information' from public and pensions on would have to in session overcome of the gout What if,
stay until November
.t threa o'clock in the afternoon, which I to be the guest of the knights. The private sources in all parts of Ireland is applications filed since the first of July, or the republicans would have while the monetary of the world war'

,u before the closing of the poll*. governor has answered that ho will be to the effect: that the complete failure of 1880.: Referred. The conference report a quorum here. After half hour'toget shocked with the failure/of Duncan,
to tho invitation and will on the deficiency bill was presented by an !Sherman: & Co. tho
pleased accept the i otato makes another fam delay and ; cook at Saratoga
the crop
When votes counted it great consultations the
were was Mr. ITale. The many repub
be present. 'J he members of the committee i ine i in that most, unfortunate land ruetieiilly report having been read, lican leader there Spring should by means of some unhealthy -
found J promised would
that a majority of more than five are exerting themselves strenuously Mr. Dawes inquired what disposition have killed Commodore
inevitable. The of actual be pastry
point no extra session and Brecken-
hundred was to the credit or'the deceased l and everything point to an eminently suffering from hunger has not yet been would be made of the French spoliation riJge allowed business to Vanderbilt I The kitchen knife has cut
successful meeting. There are 3.0UO reached but the of starvation claims. The senate conferees bad been proceed. .oft the brightest prospects. The kitchen
person. Now come the day unlOll Mr Kilgore theu objectedbut with.
opposing convinced that
knights in Florida, and a large proportionof nothing could be done I gridiron has often
,: l help comes, are not far off. drew it. Private bills consumed a commercial -
candidate and claimi tho certificate now in the matter and wero rushed
them is to be therefore, thc !
expected present. The kitchen
The appeal says the worst fears have through, the tariff bill and enterprise. ktttle hai
ot election, upon the ground that the A Gay r.r..., been realized. The potato rot or blight amendment hadl'oneout. Thc conference Private John Allen, of signed, then kept many a good man in hot vater. It

,ote thrown for the other man were The following! comes from I'anasoffkee: has spread through all parts of Ireland. read report at on tho tariff Mr.bill was presented and the floor and ridiculed Mississippi and, secured will never be fully known how much the
length. Aldrich arraigned -
rendered null and void his decease A few weeks ago a man, representing It[ will not do to wait until tho Irish conference said that the the republicans for their history of the world was.affected with
by and bill COUMO
report as modified it
himself B. V. Coleman ticket by good or bad
as bought a (people have proved the existence of a in this cookery.
before the clow of the election. were printed ; and ho did not deem congress. The adjournment resolution -
Panasoff kee to Bushncll Famine any Let
from housekeeper therefore
paying by dying by tho scores for tho was called and went despise
---- ______ _J therefor with a check purporting to have lack of food. Sball: men fall dead upon lie explanation the of its provisions necessary. There was another up rush for private through.bills her occupation, but rather pray for graceto
senate would
been drawn the First National bank the because be able to fulfill her mission. The toili and fatigue
According to the Chicago IferM, in on public highways Americans reach a vote on the but McKinley headed them off by are.
the Province on the Baltic and the North! of Ocala by Mr. F. W. Markerr, of Wildwood have said : "Wc will give you relief next hour. Addresses report also at an early cess from 3 :30 to 5:53 o'clock, and at C and vexations of such a sphere
and received $2.:0 in change. The) month but not now?" Toe Irish people Messes were made by o'clock Speaner Heed may be unappreciated by and
Beat the spring business ha been steadily check in due time came back protested. need aid now. The American committee The conference: Morgan, Paldoclr and Sherman. house adjl>urneiJ. announced the fathers aud lDther but and

deteriorating: fpr the last few years, and Meanwhile, Coleman, under the name of appeals for immediate contribution of formally! without report action.wa 'aid! aside in- -- sympathi/es. If, according to the Bible,

thu'year it reached its lowest ebb. The Her. B. V. Christian, ministered to the money provisions and clothiusr. offered a resolution, which Mr. Morgan J.OTES. God put into a l bottle his people' "
wants of the of Busbnell was agreed He will count the number of
spiritual people The Wheat iweat
principal of income this. to, calling on the president for investigation clcsod Tues- drop
urce at time of .vhero he became A WHISKY BLAZE copies of on your forehead while
quite popular aa a all order and instructions day and the evidence has been bending
the year is the crop of down and egg of preacher and obtained a suit of clothesa first of March issued since the against him. overwhelmingly stove in the midsummer solstice. B}
It i i.t
1890 to
and considerable under false FIFTEEN JIC3DBKD BARRELS or viaIttiENt commanders> pf possible the potential in
tho cider duck. But watch the which
the peaunt have money .. revenue vessels and other officers committee might report a resolution waj you perform
for inanj year treated the bird so mer pretenses.in At ho field was of about labor catering a few miles the SMOKE. log the regu'ation of fur seal fisheries respect in before adjournment to turn him cut. your aceotur.duties you may make tbeolng-p
pu'pit a new Q
xileuly that the eider ducks come every away, he was arrested and brought back The old stone warehouse or the Jlic-h- the waters of Alaska or of Hearing sea. Among the bill which failed to be-

spring ia lessee number, and this year *o to Bushnell, where he bad a preliminary wood distillery, situated in Kentucky, A concurrent resolution for final adjournment come a law for lack of the president' &Babies Remember t
trial before Bustice Jimmons. He pleaded opposite Madison, lad., vrag> destroyedby Tuesday was preiented and referred signature was one to pav the legal repre -
Jew appeared that the profit is infinites! guilty of forgery and obtaining mqney fire )londa, afternoon. The house to the finance committee. Iniirldu! sentatives cf Henry K French, of Jones- "My mother went to visit

'I%&L Th3 paper and zoological tocie- under false pretenses and in default of contained 1,5.JO barrels of tax-paid pension bills on the calendar were then boro, Ca 'fQr 230 bale of cotton de- father," writes a reader of my grand-"tak

ties advocate the enactment of measure $300 bail was lodged ia the Summer- whisky, all of which was destroyed. Thi. taken un and parsed (forty-four in 23 sttoyed by federal troops in 1883. lag with her a little Hackel

to praveot the wholesale destruction ofthe villa jail. Parties in Ocala and other property and whisky belonged to Levy; miautrs). Among them wo one for the The president, on Saturday. sect to was eleven months old, and mieho
places are said t'. have been swindled Bro.. of Cincinnati, The department widow of a soldier of the war of 1812, the senate tho following! nominations. who waited On her a maid.
a One day
duck. by this oiiy-tongued preacher, and rumor of Maduon crossed the river and .u.'. wh> had also been the widow of a revo Burd Grubb, of :New Jersey, envoy extra- this nurse brought the Into
baby lay
-- -------- -- has. it that he bad become engaged to ceeded in saving the distillery and adjoining lutionary soldier. The house joint resolution ordinayand minister plenipotentiary: to mother' room and put him oa the floor,

During hi* lecture tour In the United two or more young\ ladies in communities warehouse, :which contained ovci al'horizICf; the UMJ of a jwrtioa of Spain ; Ed 110 in H. Conger of Iowa, which wa carpeted all over There h4

State Stanley will be carried from lu which he had ministered. He U likelyto 7,000 barrel of whisky. The loss i ii the Uniieil State military, reservation at envoy extraordinary and minister plonU crept about and amused hlqisolf as he
city roughly estimated at $lOuO.OOO. Chattanooga for
ffft hi* deaort at l lut. a public pane by the city |otentiary to Brazil. felt inclined. When
i* a splendid pakca car now being built of Chattanooga, Tcnn., was/ taken my mother .
fp-tn The
Ono Head wilb Three Ears. following jKwtmasters dressed a certain that
for that A BELATED SUITBROUGHT the ca'endur! and I were aJ.tpointe ring she generally
express purpose. Flying over passed. After a short <1 by the President Saturday: Alabama wore was not to found. Great search
the in this executive session the senate, at 0 o'clock -Prelate D. wa made p
country luxurious coliloqulzn BT'riUKKUS' Darker Gebrito but
iriCIUS TO BREAK Samuel never
Two reapen1I1ItiDg along the bank! p. tiL. adjourned. Sir. Alger stating that Mullen Bessemer. ; and tie 'I pr\ce
the C uuyjIferM U somewhat aria WILL he 3IUjs.ippiWilliam over, they all ,
a of a rtn'r, observed a salmon! half conrcau.4 would not ak for an evening session, S. Hamilton and it a'I'
\iilfertnt mode of traveling from, plod unJer tho bauk, "Oh, Ned u be wad satisfied that a vote on the Water Greenville; Nachen I). Fly, was almost lortten
ding oa foot A Philadelihia dispatch of Monday dear!" said ono of them, "look at that :stiff report would be reached Tuesd.iv. Thomasville Valley. Georgia-Adam D. Kike "Exactly a year ater, they again went
through the dismal to visit
jungles : The heir of Benjamin Franklin have South the
says Carolina This
big follow there; isn't it A pity we han't The home U -Mr! *, grandfather. baby'1
aad over the rugged steep of Central brought suit to break bin will. Franklin no l apt'Url" "Mayln ad! :Ned 'we its work practically through with trance J. M. Sperry. Georgetown.Vith- now a year and eleven month old. The

Africa 8t nley will easily recogntto left i'10,000: each to the cities of Boston rould be after rik.the lad with th.srthe :he upper, and house.u awaiting: the pleasure of Iw.arawn-Littlo J. Scurlock. Water Valley. same nurse took him lae rom
sod Phibde.'phia, to be used after the and my mother saw him
the hao.e.: sooner siiJ than The looking
difference Iud undoubtedly contrast Accumulation of ICO years for specific dune. Ned bent over the bank, poised bill was conference taken report on the tariff The majority of the commi tee iaves about him,deliberately ater up to a cer

.the comforts anti luxurie of modern rail- parpaae The total at the end of the tho scythe, forgetting the blade. Bud isle( addressed up Tuesday and Mr. Car- tigating the charge again pension lain corner turn a bit of carpet back and
.t'004 invel with his century has reached $400,001) in Boston the senate in a leo.'thv Cominuuoner produce the ring. lie
painful journeying brought the handle down upon the fish speech. The debate lUuai, will puru the in never gave any
th&t dark and $l0O00: in Philadelphia The heirs with all hU uiiht. was continued by vestigation further account of the matter, nor did be *o
j continent < It is to the ..Litter But instead of kill. Mews Cray, next *e* ion, !lad will b
sue under the claim that the estato was the higgins and Stewart. not make their a I know, remember it afterward.
lOll ar on Neil off hb
however, he own his world-w'ulo llO cut own Then Mr. Aldrich closed the report until then. The I
mismanaged and the WI'ey should revert head, which dropped into the river, together ( IIV conj-ratuUted: the dueuwion minority have made public their eoocI seems most likely that he found the
'IUI.OIt is not recorded anywhere thst to them. with one of his companion' ears upon the approaching senate close and coootrv sinus on the investigation.: They oa the Cor and hi.it, D in safe pl cf
while which the cthe of the long: the evidence hoa. 141 uadt-r the the Brussels
anyone trndlo.t.1o a palace car descenltug had uUuMvered awl wearisome that Bradley Tanner carpet
liA ever extended the science of A. bell, .cut recently for tho KharkovBuiaia front its owner. The h.e*d and bilL At the ckwe struggle of over the tariS an employe of the pension office where it was not lalte He probably

: geography ( ) Cathedral, contain alxtr-eJ th' car were picked up by ,, horrof- fUck the Mr.Idrich'* remarks owned stock in the refrigerator company7but forgot all abut it tf caw the place

or opened up si'. continent to per cent of pure filter. It weigh CHI mIller do..n stream who declared that yea sad senate proceeded to vote, bv made trips to Virginia in the htercU again, and w too Infantile the

tbs commerce and drUUatioa of thIS 'Bagliab pounds, tad its vibration last "whoever owned the bead had UU-JCQ !ihe rep.,"DaIs was, on the conference report of the comply, and persuaded time it WM misted to understand a wba

jest. of tii* world. -' ,' Mver&l minute esrs----ITDC Spectator. tariiI hilt need agreed only 'the* sad now the to the office to take t-jclt visitor ia the! the talk tt went on wa about,
ij5nature know
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shade of the rainbow was represented. :wonderful J hat a change a, little fttten DYNA IITE.Thu are made by womenIn ,o none for te:
;STONE 'WOOD. I \YQlAN'SVOULD.\ the othct'
moved from ,4vfldlnga
t But the
dull compared with brilliancy of freshly tresses ran be made glossy thid hair dipped in another 4Atabingo a, furnace i

:fFoNDfivnVU ETRIFIGD broken petrified wood. Bright orange is' rii3AS\NT MTEKATURBFliMt.MNK FOn thick, Tiliile even the coarsest and most rnocnaa OP MANU 'ACTUR1NO and pans for mtlUr ,lithoptnTioe.oe. When
I i.
RfiST OP ARIZONA. shaded off into the lightest shades of yel : : ntUut=u.s. rebellious locks will yield to care tnJdiscipline. TIllS GIANT KXPLOSIVK.: tbd paraffine dtAthe cases are taken t ,

low, and will be found blended here and .-2ftn York Vforld. .,.- the packing whcre thee ,are filled.
f there Kith all the shades of red. Jet In thi house ,.Ax'to seven men are emu
I Miles or Giant Trce-Trnnk VELVET BIEBOS9.Velvet !!I. A Visit to tho PftOlorlM In Southern ployed, ti"eror six In flUng) the cnrtridga
black is also found at times, but no graysever r.OCKT MOUNTAIN KATE.
bed to Stone-The Bark andS'wlp ribbon In white and every light For tea of tho New Jersey-Mltlng the Con..tlt- cases and, ,,, pocking tho cartridges in:

Preserved in Brilliant appear.In some of the trunks of the trees are shade is quite a feature of the season, and characters found years in one Lcadvillo Col.peculiar, was uents And I.on(line the Car boxes. + Tho cases are filled, from tin'!

4 CO\)..*. can be bad from less than an inch wideto trltlgcs-Itar.artlous Work ," funr.elaset l In frames arranged Along '\ found crystals of rare beauty. They are Rocky Mountain ICate. No one seems to
and shade a width of several inches, says, the */Nbw bench against tho wall. The dynamite
of blue resembling t
purple know her name, and If the ever gavepeople
,the presentline of the Atlantic amethysts and sapphires. Red and Paris GalijnanCt Jl U llfler. It trims to understand that she possessed In the pine woods of Southern! except the gelatine variety is in tho form

Pacific Railroad, through Central scarlet crystals are also there in great everything, the edges of drosses in several, any other same than Rocky Mountain Jersey far from any human habitation, of a powder, and is placed in tubs alongside .
rows bodices, parasols, hats and bonnets there are several dynamite factories.Al, 1 into
nature performed some unusual numbers. Kate they have long since forgotten it. the workmen. It is shoveled
-and is often around bare throatsin of tho buildings mid there Are from
:'some back worn I tho funnels tin then packed
years writes a corre- Several years ago a firm in the Northwest Rocky Mountain Kate is sometime by scoops.and
t of the New York World from blasted out huge pieces from the the nenin Small collarettes of called Puss in Boots, because ho incases fifteen or twenty of them, are within two I in tho cartridges by pounding down tho
.ne._' piece velvet, shaped to fit tho neck, are hu deal yards of the Toms Hirer brand I with stout stick ,
Possibly the period dated a largest trees and shipped them into Minnesota. her pedal extremities in cowhide boots I neck of tho funnel ft :
,'fc,* thousand before the beginning te be worn, and are sometimes of the New Jersey Central Railroad.A about two feet with a heavy capons
years discovery They made them into tables, many sire too large for her. She has long,
.,> hundred thousand years ago. Any. thingsbut the cost of handling the wood row -diamonds.. Title alone bring her an income $1000 factory, was very courteously shown Is simply poured into the cases and

, 'J 1MjwI"; tops of several large mountains was so great that their product was to) per month besides a large amount of around by Superintendent Yates. allowed to harden, becoming eventually

(t _fcHced off, turned upside down and costly for sale. Claims have been staked POUKDATIOS" SMUTS. real estate in Denver, which is of great Dynamite is a compound of nitroglycerine as hard as a stick of ttlue.

, -r. wA on a great plain ten mile away off all over tho area of the petrified forest A firm in London make to any eastern value. She is very frugal t, indeed miser I and cellulose, and in sent to To the average render who has heart

,whero they belonged. That the by various individuals, pre-empting sec er's exact measurement foundationskirt ly in her manner of living;' she seldom market in various forms, in sticks that to much about the liability of dynamiteto

,. "ed' to get home is shown by the tions of land for various purposes. But which is sent, homo completely buys any food or clothing, but her mealsare somewhat resemble hard molasses candy; explode trout jar the pounding pvo*

if they struggled so hard u to dig I am informed that the Government bas finished even to the troublesome) pocket. the remains from the tables of her in appearance, in a black lustreless ccss above described must soeru like nn'*

t.1, holes, and almost bury themselves. not acknowledged any of these claims These skirts are ready for draping tho neighbors, and her clothing the cnst-off powder put up in cartridges, and ia a urgent invitation to sudden death. But

tf not be entirely correct in this and will not do so. A ranchman, at material upon, and in all colors, and they garments of charitable Lcadvillo !Jnctioi. brownish powder similarly put up. Nitric this i il not nil. The man whd picks the.

B*cal theory, but the mountain tops whose house we had our mid-day meal, prove ...f great service to the home dress Rocky Mountain Kate's occupation is and sulphuric acid are mixed with glyccr. cartridges in boxes for shipment, after

\\ 'to prove it and so are the holes 1 owns a portion of the land upon which : maker. They also make tennis skirt, working by the day-houseclcaning;; and ins to produce nitro-glycerine, and nitroglycerine placing a layer of sawdust on the bottom' j
is mixed with cellulose treated
.,_ground. the trees lie, but only a small part of it. which are very light and taut Firms in the lIke-and it is needless to nay that of the box, arranges fifty pounds of the

_{ this little exercise the caprice oft It i Is the desire of the residents of t-iis our,own city have in readiness kilted and her already largo fortune is not decreasing with nitrate of soda, to produce dyna cxpbsive thereupon, shovels a scoop-full

>J took another turn. Out on a section of Arizona that the Government accordion-pleated skirts, with enough of The report at present in Leadville mite.The of sawdust on top, gives tho box "ruder

fctgh:mesa'grew a large forstof cypress, restrict the forest, protect it from relic the material to make the bodice which, is that Rocky Mountain Kate contemplates engine house contains a stationary shake, and proceeds to nail down the

"pine'irmd red wood trees, such as the hunters and eventually make A National by the
',\1 gkntjjn. )Mariposa, Cal. The forest was park of it. Rteim-run machines, can almost be cut, tune to build a church. Thus far she boilers, a tank for preparing a solutionof ns If he were handling coutoctionc.

m.i,;Magnificent that nature seemed seized The petrified forest is enormous. For fitted and finished "while you wait.- has used cone of her Liml-cirncd money guncotton and n mill for grinding Speaking of tho liability of dynamite

; t desire to perpetuate it. The : fifteen miles or more it lies along the JVeui i Turk l''UI.A t. for charitable enterprises, but doubtless nitrate of sodd. Ono of the boilers sup explode, !tr. Yates tr.ld "lit Eng.

. c' "M therefore flooded with water, I side of the high mesa, and ns the visitor with the endowment of her church she plies steam to tho engine, the other to land they are not allowed to mil dawns"

....f.trees! torn up by the roots and plunged proceeds further into it the interesting;; NEW FEMININE!: FVXCT. will allow her conscience to remain at the pans in which, the nitro-glyccrine is the cover of a box containing dynamite, '< .

, "'t wilt i-V1--,so full of sodium that within swisttprthely sights he sees fill him with new vigor The new silver kid shoes are a fruitful pence with all the world. Rocky Moun mixed with the cellulose (which is in a Brass screws must bo used instead of

brief period, sny a million and ardor as every mile is passed. lie source of discussion in feminine circles tain Kato: is a queer-looking individual, house about 100 yards distant) and hoi nails. If they movo a box: or a car of

ejf", yian or less, the wood and bark: and will load himself down with sections of in England, and there is a good deal of with her garments, which show plainly water to the tank above referred to. In dynamite: (rt mint be acconpnnlctll'l tf x

'I'themselves became solid stone limbs with bark and all petrified, and variety of opinion in red I to their that they were made for somebody else, front of the engine liouso and without red flag. The same precautions aro taken !

the waters receded and the great whcn-his load becomes greater than he I much talked-of beauties. I believe that her old gingham lun.bonnet1'0.1 her any shed over it is tho trough mill in in Franco, where not a pound allowed j?

was revealed to the eye of man. can bear will look over his collection to I it was at Mrs II. M. Stanley's wedding cowhida,boots.-Chicago Tribune. which tho gun-cotton is ground. Overa to bo sold without a special permit from

..brook, ,which the World party select those which shall' be left. They .. that they first made their appearance, succession of elevated pulleys a wire the Government. In this country the G

d at'1 o'clock in the morning, isarest will all be so pretty and will all appealso when the bride's shoes were eagerly commented FSsntoc" NOTES. cable runs from the engine house to a only general law requires tho stamping; ; ion

station to the forest. Ar strongly to the eye that he will not on by those who had never before A combination of black and yellow is building' moro tuna 100 feet distant, each box or package! of the words
eats had been made for seen "silver MS." I do not : where the nltra-glycerine i is made. This '
on early have the heart to throw any of them Personally very much in favor now. 'Explosive, dangerous, The ruilromt
aside, but will stagger onward under a care about the new departure, though pulley turns the mixer in which the acids companies also require a placard with

I road to tho petrified forest from I load that would make a pack mule probably they will be a great dtat worn i Imported hat show the trimming and glycerine are compounded. At a tho word 'Powder in largo letters: to bo

rook is a good one after the first weary. I know that this is true, for I during the coming winter and next sea. I, placed at both the front and back. short distance from the western gable of placed on the cars mod for the transportatlon i1

P miles are passed. The tourist finds did it myself, and when I packed the son. Gold kid has already appeared, but A jacket in the style of Louis XIII. ii the engine house is a small building of dynamite.

Clf upon a level plain stretching specimens and shipped them East the it looks even more like tinsel than tho said to bo the ono for autumn wear. containing a furnace and 'broad iron, pans "The popular idea that dynamite ts

rto a range of black-looking mount. following day the box: weighed: 100 silver, which is something between tinfoil There is a Chcstorficldian saying that in which the nitrate of soda is dried. easily exploded by a jar ta! unfounded

(which do not seem to be moro than pounds. and Cinderella's glass slipper. Except "no woman is ugly when sho is dreucd." The drying is necessary to take the moistura I[ have known n imx: containing: fi'ty .
lor six miles But after perhaps, with metal brocades, if I out of it, as in its ordinary condition
away. '
you Jackets! of two hades of cloth are pounds to full from a roan' bands: and t +.
I?driven for four or fivo hours The Inventor! of Cameo Glass.'tti may use the expression, they look most considered very distinguished in appear. it contains a largo percentage of smash to that the cartridges were all '

nit at them, and they still look as The tendency of corporations to absorb unsuitable, and another drawback is that water. When dried it t is pulverized to scattered without the .JnaDllto'o.cplo

,[ at ever, :you will realize what dis- the work of inventive genius was they make the feet seem larger.-1'Jila- ance.Flannels a fine powder in tho mill before spoken ing. Tho most stringent precautions
streaked with Hues ef blue
of and is then for
in this ready mixing with the
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>mean country of rare air dtlp'i el'V'opt
never more powerfully illustrated thanin yI pink and mauve are chosen for seaside lIulo are necessary ia making the article, and
bright light. the case of cameo glass. For years C( e. the risk it greatest ia the spring of the

fa' jogged along at the slowest pOSe Josiah Wedgwood labored to find the A GIRL AT THE FCHSACE. / gowns.. The house, a mere shed in which tho rear, when the weather is generally
f speed. The burning of tho Thick striped woolens, with shaded ef nitre-glycerine is made, contains two ''
rays secret of the Portland vase The vase "When a woman wills, she will, :you unsettled and tempestuous. That tho
reflected' brilliantly from the little had come from a Roman tomb and undoubtedly may depend upon It." A bright-eyed, fects, are manufactured for autumn cylindrical wooden tank shaped like weather really ,has something to do with

1 nose of our driver as we climbedt served to hold sepulchral handsome young American miss dresses., cisterns, a smaller placed above a largerone he matter I am not prepared. to1' say ?*

ascent to the plain in which rc- ashes. By a fall in the fortunes of the has solved the question of woman'ssphere The baseball player has become o and still higher than the upper tank but wo never work bore ia n thunder

B'the; trunks and limbs of the thou great Italian family which owned it, it in a manner that is most becom favorite theme of the engraver for de. is a cylindrical metal tank. The latter storm."-j\Vu> YoitTelephone TlM. ; '

i upon thousands of gigantic trees, came to England and was purchased by ing and complimentary to herself, says signs on silver novelties. which holds the acids, is entirely closed,

lied so many years ago by Dame the Duchess of Portland, though Wedge tho Chico (Cal.) tititirpr'uc. A case in It is quite a new thing in table furnishings while the others aro open at the top. Insanity. ,,

.ore.." to make a modern travelers' re- wood bid in sharp competition for it. point is that of a winsome miss in the to have teaspoons in quaint deigns The smaller wooden tank contains a coil In the infirmary connected with th, '

Here and there we came across When the purchaser found that he de. Sierra Lumber Mills, Chico. The young no t,vo of which are alike. of pipo resembling in appearance a small Central Police Station the doctor have ; '

hard as flint and iridiscent with sired to use it for a study in pottery, she lady's father is an assistant' engineer Leather pen-wipers with sterling sil copper stilt through which steam is passedto received today a curious case of what '
br. which, have fallen from the : keep the glycerine in a liquid state. i ,
plain generously loaned it to him. The result there. Ho has need of a fireman and a ornament make handsome call madness." A
ver they
a lady t
tho very "telcphonlo
The tank i filled with
little valley below. clyccriuo.. the
I was jasporvraro-tho more familiarly few days ago his sixteen-year-old daughter article for desk equipment. mixer about twenty-six year ot age, employed
we advanced far the acids are poured in, a which
as as eye known in households as Wedgwood. who carries to him his lunch, overheard -
In the chorus
of of the theatres suddenly
Dresses of organdy trimmed with the tank one
in revolved and
reach were prostrate trunks ofjrt I the nitroglycerine
I The great potter knew that his work, the request fo: a fireman. She stopped in the middle of' the line
black lace are tho neatest and sweetest
trees, looking foe all the world is made. When the mixing is
as though it made his reputation and for promptly said that she would take the des Potits-Carreaux and shouted at tile
"bey bad been felled novelties at the present moment.In done the compound is drawn oil into a
by a recent tune failure far the and sho did. An
position Enterprise
was so as solving top 'of her voice: "Hallo 1 ballot" the .
i and would burn as well liquid perfumes the latest Imported larger; tack, which contains a largo -
Many secret of tho material or the famous reporter was at the mill a few day ago quantity preliminary word used here when a {
I in the world. A woodman's axo vase, though he died still believing tho and saw the dainty lUi'8'jth bared is Persian lilac, very fragrant, and of water. The nitro-glyccrioo sinks ion wishes to with, anothec per'
pit get fire out of them at really calling to mind the dower. to the bottom of the water cooling and converse
every vase was a species of porcelain. In later white arms, flashing eyes and natty air, through the telephone. A crowd At I
r, but in all that waste of land, axing yean, a workman in the employ Webb staudiug before ,the seething furnace, Panama hats, with scarfs of nun's veiling loosing its free acid ns it does so. At I I once gathered around the lady
for twelve miles down the val. London and tho door ornamented with balls the size the proper time it i is drawn oil and car.. young
& Co., of whose name has been smilingly opening closing fluffy who put her band to bar mouth, and
and three or four across it, not wood utterly absorbed by the great house, discovered and throwing in the fuel. The young of cherries, aro pretty for the garden. Tied to another house and kept underwater ears in telephonic fuahlon. "I that! you,

gb could be found to light a pipe. the true material of the vase- lady is surely winning her way and all Black lace fans, mounted over witb in covered pans ready for mixing.Up Saint Puterl"' continued she, as If iponk-
and upon thousands of trees were semi and honor is due her for the commendable to the making of the nitroglycerine
of the .
layers opaque glass- white gauze, and with tortoise-shell lug into a tube. "Right, give' mo. my
e, countless numbers of twigs and Portland bo for in which tho i is solving social the process is not particularly dan
to-day may reproduced manner sticks, aro much used by elderly ladldt. keys? What You cannot bo both-
s were strewn about the ground, a few hundred cnll'trt: In all its delicacy problems.\ gerous. The danger lies in the subsequent iredt Then commlonairev! '
In the matter of sashes the girl of the lonclyour
There several houses In
uVevery one of them solid stone. steps. are
was I of cameo cut and beauty of color. Besides 1 must home!I" She thin
Twas period cannot have too many, and those which these carried where tho got repeated[ .
the cemetery of a forgotten aro on-
,"' age. this, myriads of shapes .have ben r.OCXD-TIIE-WOr.I.D WEDDRiQ TOCIU. of moat startling colors are the favor. \ mixed with the differ several times, and at lost the spectator '1'
effect was ghastly. %.>;:&." fi made and the most efforts in mtro-glyccrina '
; exquisite One of the latest fads in the ultra- clime to the conclusion that she was-
forms of cellulose the
ent for
i a little artificial oasis on the bank color produced at exceedingly moderate world is the ites.Very productionof in her mind. A conitablo
fashionable for newly married long-ttlck sunshades are already the different kinds of dynamite. All wrong took tier
I dry wash we found a house. It was rates. One of the prettiest uses to which extend their around to the station where the wont
to wedding trip In disfavor, women of conservative taste/ of these police bra .
home are rough, onu'story buildings
of Mormon ,
f stock
a raiser, ands cameo glass has been put besides orna the world-not for the purpose of giving preferring mailer and let awkward built below the surface of the lathe same way, declaring that tha h".rU-

door and"tho we knocked. We asked for mental vases is in lampshades and fairy variety to n dull honeymoon by gettingup ground partly, as before described. Not more distinctly through tho telephone tho ce's z't'
acsurcd us thate lamps, intended to be half hidden in a sensation in. traveling against days, ones.For lestial music of Paradise; that she- could
luncheons afternoon teas than work in
would make receptions two men one of these
ourselves at home for any
cluster or plateaus of flowers on tho dinner but allowing a year's time to sue tho bear Saint Cecilia playing the plaoo, tad.Imt .
littlo while the would or u drive what fs known as a houses, for should an explosion occur the
prepare us aner. table.-2eu York Tribune. points of interest around this globo of the chorus was composed of cheru ;
coitumo" i is the moat
The hour and a half wo waited "walking; appro fate of every man in the building is
It is sensible fad. It take bim. 31.
Ja our* a just the Superintendent
had made priate. scaled. The most interesting of the
Ljt us all desperate, and we about after the knot is tied fora of Police tbe of the ,
one year toeing state
MOBale.Dl young
final i il the of the nitro-
ned to clear the table at aU haze Flowers are becoming more and morea steps mixing
to with each lady tent her to the Police Station
couple get acquainted ,
the term mosaic is understood I necessity of home decoration, add it is glycerine with guncotton to make the '
other. It is during this first year that where the was at once placed la' the hospital
woman placed before us first n work formed of a number of separate the ripples of discontent or after-happi the custom now to adopt one special: gelatinous: form of dyuamite. The pro. and attended by the doctollLom.lJn ,- '

b', of creamy white stuff with dark pieces of a hard and durable material. ness By the end of twelvemonths flower for one't own. tees 'requires great care. The cans in Ttltgraph

'.-ngs of something or other in the bot- These pieces are of various sizes, colors appear.these be A bride's hacdkerchlef are usually which the component* are mixed are
ripples! a giganticwave
l tho mixture. It was our first in- i and forms as required by the design to drifting them farther may! and farther marked with the initial of her Christian surrounded by steam pipes and the moss The Lonjett Word.

to jerked antelope a la Mon be produced. Sometimes the pieces are fad of the is have must be kept within a certain narrow
The moment to
that casts name. Several of i
I"ot apart, or a silvery wave a glimmer i your correipondenU, lay:
of marble sometimes of enamel and of all the while. The
and I shall not forget it by her range temperature
; soon it from signature.
over life and love that no outside influence I copied own a letter in the New York San, bate lately I .
their use can be obtained a picture nitro-glycerine, also, ii kept under a
of which
meat might; have been portrait
wil) ever dim. When these ultra. I The ladle may now carry their submitted, as entitle to the honor of
other the wouldbe certain amount of water The exact
[tripped from a side of sole-leather or or design same as
fashionables set foot on American soil watches where they will constantly: be in being "the longest word I ia tbe English*
[from a boarding-house door mat so far produced by a painter with,his pencil figure! of temperature, as well as the "
again after all of those months of eachother' tight. This is made possible by wear language, the first three of the wonts- tf
of and cellulose
and pioportion nitro-glyccrine
> fibre was concerned, had been smoth. paints. their hearts will leather bracelet which .
society surely ing new contains following, la competition wherewith I
The substances used in the manufacture mixed together are the
PfKrecl in a white flour and allowed among secrets *
gravy beat as one or else there will be no dcu'jtin a fancy watch pocket at the end a fourth:
of enamels silicious and other the of the trade, especially the later
|to simmer just sufficiently to bring out are their minds as to the necessity! of wrist. ,
1. Dls-propor-tlon-a LI..DOII
*l.I full odor of the meat which had been same as those used in the basis of the on which tho efficiency of the dynamite .
paddling down life's stream in i) HoD-or-lM-C4-til-Uud-ln-l.tr.
Venetian but to then various separate Silver i Is the fashionable craze of the Is to depend and which varies
Sensed in it while drying in the sun glass, boats The result would be 'embarrassing supposed 8. Il* -tab-ll lb-meo -.rtnVn.
.I year or two before. It was a rich, frr- mineral substances are added to give the if they iho ld come to a two-boat present moment, and no drawing-room" I Is therefore, with different factories.If 4. Un-pro-pr.ma.UjieuuIt1niit.UisUll7 -:
: hardness complete without a "silver table, on the is allowed to rise '7'
durability densityand temperature
hing pungent odor, destructive to tbe rcqaj'te when
Conclusion they were about halfway
petite, but we had all swallowed a color. Gold and silver enamels require around on this Into fad which is displayed a collection of knickknacks too high,or the water, or the nitroglycerine meaning of the lost U obvious and':

thin of it before anything was said a different proceis. First is produced Uerald.CONCERNISO. tnip.6'Aira2o of more or lets doubtful nu- fall too low, the mass will ex may be predicated of the great majority

e satisfied our appetites with blend and a ground of thick: glass, on this js tiquity. plode. Mr. Yates says, however, that of words ia every language, since it applies

ncy, of which there was plenty. Eut- laid a leaf of pure gold or silver, andover Plain black or white taffeta makes a with due care the work: fan be carried on to all that have no "propreanterxm

we didn't care for. It didn't take us this is spread a film of the clearest THE!: HAID. Cool lining for a nice dress. It it thin in perfect safety. Nevertheless, three alt thAt is, to every word of 1 leas tban 't

IY80 long to eat the dinner as itok possible glass; the mass ill then subjectedto The falling out of the hair is a sure and pliable, yet firm enough for a time in the history of this factory this sit! syllables. The stem of the word, of

to prepare it; but we were just as the action of fire, by which they are sign of a debilitated state of the tystem. bodice lining.; It is about serenty. ve particular house bo been blown up, and course, i* "ult," the remainder being *n<

eU pleased that it didn't. It was aSodcstpriced fused into cue solid body. Great knowledge External tonics are of little or no cent per yard, and six yard are required on each occasion two men hue been aggregation of prefixes and tufllxes. w

dinner too for all we and experience are necessary in the avail. The use of a reliable internal' for a skirt lining or nine for a killed and their bodies scattered to the Several year ago, says another Sun

<.- d ..3""" I manufacture of enamels.-IfaU and Eprtu. tonic is the only I sensible coune; by removing whole suit.Spots wind correspondent, the same thing WM up,
was '
cross the dry'wash we took a trail the cause the effect will be are to be much worn in the After combination with nltro-glycerine and, a* near 81 I can remember, the word.
checked. At the tame time a strong and have cotton disappear and the mass assume brought out by the Sun then wu s'1'*
ich was said to lead to the heart of future, they nothing to complain gun
tiara !. sage tea may be applied to the roots of loci pedes tmnuhlaDarJuoloif.st,"
petrified woods. We followed it for How Summer. of in the matter of patronage now. an appearance closely resembling
the hair The herb be
oile or so, getting further and fartherthe "Derby hat most be handled with can procured at Blue foulards and mauve cottons, with apple jelly, and, say Mr. Yates, "Youcan
drug store, and, after steeping and MullI-Leaied Clover.
any almost eat it. The effect of hand
hillsuntil at last we bad reached velvety touch in summer," quoth J. Me-: white spots as large a* peas, were to be
'nt not usually visited by railroad Ktta; taking down a stiff hat from bit straining it, the liquid should be rubbed seen in .almost every hoiine-boat, and ling this substance 1* peculiar. Accord. A few iayt ago a Providence (n; !:)'

who drive over to tea the tree shelves and giving it a professional tap. into the scalp with a small sponge. The white spots on red were a. numerous as log to )lr. Yates it produces violent lady, 3Ir. W..H. Pence, white Inking a
tea U also said to
about u* on every tide:were trunk "Few people are aware of the fact that sage prevent grayness the bunting: which gladdened the tccne. headache and in some instances distressing troll at Jefferson, discovered, tome remarkable -
and to darken the hair. Ammonia should
leg from sixty to 160 feet in length, the great heat at this season of the year be avoided the nausea, which lasts for hours. Only specimens ia the liar of manycaved -
hat much that it almost after the men become lowed to it can clovers. She found ia all 262
e al perfect as the day they feU, but softens stiff (o can Never Wash Comb
made in its favor. Borax is good but
I handle it without Borne leaves each of which
be rolled into a ball. That'l'Why they suffering. conalttfd of more)
med to stone.e up
the should be handled as lit soap will make the hair stiff and unman- Combs, if it can be avoided, should persons seem, to be more susceptible to Its bun three leaflet Of this cumber fifty
sightseer and prospector jumps crown ageable. The hair should be washed at be washed. The water nuke the
never effects than others for not long fvur-Ieaved 182
because it ill the easiest ago a were five-leaved
trunk to another In delight tle as possible,
raft one stony -
least once a week to the sad the shell horn .
inthe world to dent the hat whenit prevent accumu- teeth split << or roagU.Bruth visitor to the factory was attacked with wenty-four had six leaflets each and sits
| knocking off a brilliantly colored thing ( lation of dandruff or that oily look whichis them well with a nail brush and active vomiting after going the rounds numbered seven little leave each,
will there On
and the mark
of wood here and another there, is soft stay
||4ece the despair of so women. Brush with towel. If the brush does
if don'ttouch many wipe a nd remained ill l for more than a day. tern. Among them wa otM specimen
The bat i is all right
and unusual formations an'tJwaya forever. you
feeking while it is oft becauseit ing the hair baa been advocated as long not remove all the dirt, take a strong Nevertheless, the men who Lave becometiccu4tomod which we feel sure must be of Lot west to
I with success. I wanted to bring the crown back a* the of women extends thread of fine cord fasten it *e-
.memory or piece to it seem to enjoy excellent botan1 ts. On a runner about three
tome every pretty piece of wood I taw regain its natural stiffness u soon a* but it U astonishing bow few women give curely to something, a bureau drawer for health Inches in length thane
hold were five stoma;
it off.
cool a
at was small enough to lift cold pull
use dynamite* aracgcdasfollows:
it will lose its put up redaaciPpeareat
llera,and there were trunks of trees, derby bat near a hot stare
morning and evening. The the teeth of the comb. Oar
and be asa through ID cartridge varying from eight to tea the root bore three leaflets, the Jut
ken Into almost as cut stiffness in a few limp
pieces squarely should be continued at least minute ttrsod of
; graadmothen always kept a inches in length and from one and a four, the others five, six and seven respectively -
if by the band of man. These blocks rag.PiltJu'1 Ditpaltk.It it will do more good than all the cow' tail for thU .- I
: remedies hair from a purpose.Y quarter to one and .. half Inches ia and there were s>o.In termed Ute

4re from a few inches to twelve and ill stated that the fee for the charterof and tonic you can buy. It ha Nilll (rt Wtrll. .hlckcet The case art made of paper, i leave )Irs. IVrce seems to And the un-
in diameter. The colon 00'ends
een feet American Ga Investment Company' been generally acknowledged that tingeing first rolled on tin cylinder to insure uni- I. usual In clover, having fa her collection'
of them reminded of the
of tome ia artibtt'ctsdioc me certificate of incorporation, filed i is better than cutting split end. All LaudeD journal comment upon the (enmity or size, then puteJ, and subsequently a nine-leaved one,gathered among other
had *
palettes I teen wa the largest New Jersey the leading eetablisbmeotslrate adopted increase of traveling shows ia the province dipped ia paraffine to protect at Mount Wachusett rt fear summer* agar
daub of of thU color or Trenton,
hereon that had a been paint uncar 4 until yea cntnmyed., jnjslr. i 110.419.! this method with great turn**. It ia ,*. their content from mo ltwc. The can -4al' 6U CkJ.I.k t

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4 THE EAST 'COAST ADVOCATE, 4- certain limits outside of the imme of one paper f* toot the antagonismof and all ordinances' and executive many particulars cm. Many acres of land are being .
diate business portion of }town. the town and the orders emanate from Jacksonville
community may cleared and the money paid out Before placing your fall order fjtnizern
It seems to that the time of the railroad up i
us has should and the interests
not be note to puffer fort
A wrKutT jomsAt ftRvoren: to TBBOPBMETT DEVEL- for labor finds Its way Into the channel write me a postal for fun
Or TH* txnM RIVER ASH arrived when an ordinance of this action of unbridled editor. : corporation be paramount to and garden mation a* to how I can furnish
LAKE WORT SECTIONS. oharacter should be enacted, We think our cit'izen heed have no I ifhose ,of our t*:>wn. It has been of trade. The many started groves mill require name formula you have been, or yr."

cause for alarm on account of our urged that a8 the East Coast that are Just attention being In the future, And plate using! at a saving of from fc I

Office: Washington Avenue, Titusville, Choose Alderman. inability support the candidateput Transportation' Company has a constant' hands causing per ton. Sworn guaranteed: *M\
an to ,
Indian River, Florida I forth by the J., T fc K. W. liy. representative' HBI the Council the give flsbwrsementof employment thousands many of dollars." used to some with of every the ingredients formula and t.>n

Co. We think there is far more the Indian River Steamboat ()om- the 'HAS. C. CoxyEnsr:
More than two weeks remain yet cause for alarm in the fact that piraj should have equal favors. \Ve believe that the good work has only l-2t Brnnticy; ,,t

PUBLISHED EVEny FRIDAY. before the town election] and if the many of our best culzcns seem inclined The member: of lobe Council who is l.e un, and that the development of

people cannot select from among to make their action w a stockholder :-In the E. C. T. Co, the rounding country In the next few

the candidates now in the ield, the strictly conform to the niches of .was elected and served for twenty years Kill ho surprising, and thAt Titus- TONIGHT.Ice
Entered at the IIti'If II Matte.face M Second men whom they deem qualified to that corporation that no move they months before he became interested \illc"stia
serve acceptably as Aldermen] we may make must bo even criticippd. in steamboats. Ills interestsin within the next two sears. The advantages -

suggest a few names that might be Even If the 'people] refuse to give the town are five times as great rf the East Coast country are be- Cream

TERMS, Invariably In Advance, of some service in''making a choice : Captain Watson a neat in the; ad ''his interests in the E. C. T. Co- ginning to receive *Me recognition. FestN

By Check. Postal Order! nr One and Two Cent Dr. E. S. Wiley, Capt. C. F. Fischer Council, we think they would] only His ownership 1a the ADVOCATE
I'mtage Stamp. A. C. Gardner, G F. Duren, be exercising their constitutional] alone is f of greater value.than hie Advertising and SnlJl 'ipt- At the Presbyterian Chord

One Year,..........IM Rev. John Foy, M. Goldsmith] Rev. rights in selecting whom they saw steamboat stock. Can he affordto ion Hates.

Three six Months Month.,..........,...IM.M Sidney Wilbur and R. C. S rlm. fit to serve them, and the railroad imperil or jeopardize his greater -

Single Copy.....> lie geour. Every one of these men corporation should only receive it interests to promote the ]lesser., At the last meeting of the Florida I Town Election Oct. 6th, ISTIlE

Bent to any Address In U. s.or Canada, Prepaid have the interest of Titusville at as a mild hint that while ,,'e are Compariiinf the representativ pro. Press Association held in Jacksonville anew Town Registration hook Yi,-?

heart, and are here to stay, many willing to accord them every privilege posed by Mr. Young in this respecthas constitution and setof by-law in the until ten days before th,
Zdltorp................... WALTER 8. GRAHAM. of them until they sleep their last they might in reason request, he one dollar invested in Ti. State were to adopted make rcqulrlag an advertising rate and to nual registration election I., or e.,who 10th have InaUnt.been In Tli.thes",eev

Associate-Editor& Manager.C. If.WALTO-f. sleep. We presume that few of and would be glad to encourage tusville real estate? Is even hN residence liven stick to it. This was done In the Florida twelve month, and in the CfTJ.
these worthy gentlemen will thankus any movement on their part look. here of a permanent nature? interests of those concerned, and was limits registration of the by town our six Town; month I lerk,, are entltlf a

for mentioning their names in Ing to the advancement of their in Is he not, strictly speaking, one of heartily received and adopted. nut 8 J. h',htt
We do not hold onroelTe responsible! for the this connection, but good cit terest, yet they would like to preserve our floating population who knows there Is another question which seems to 1
every have been overlooked which Is of equal
opinion of our correonondenM, but we claim
the right to reject any communication. izen should bear his share of the the rfght of running their not where tie fortunes of corporation Importance, and that is subscription Notice of Dissolution t

Communication for pnl>l(nation mn t be writ. public burden, and we believe in the town without any outside influence diplomacy may carry him a rate" If we can make an advertising TIlE partnership heretofore erir }
ten plainly on ono Mile of the paper only, and rule that the office should seek: the month hence Is his tenure of office rate why not a .subscription rate? Edward Stlling .U.l a
hmilil, In every cage, be accompanied by the Most of the Florida; weeklies charge A. Taylor, comprlnlnir the arm nf StTnjlor _"
writer, name and addreM not neoeMarlly for man instead of the man the office.: Insured for any specified term, but for has this lay lioen (lUcolveillirnceont
subscription a
fl.OO a a ,
publication, but a*a guarantee of good faith. The New and would he have ever come here, year Aldermen. late that we consider entirely too low Edward Billing will continue the "" h."
About Oar or would he stay here a day if his for a profit, it matter not how large the oM stand In lie own name i will edlen
School. list of subscribers i II receipt for all account due the old firmI
official duty had not brought, or your are. Money will resume liabilities. I t
did not keep him here? Surely, lost at this rate, when< you take into consideration (Signed) EDWARD STIUVT I i
PER YEAR. Three aldermen] will be electedat the number of people who A LRERT A. T.U1/J
Many complaints are being made aldermanic material must be scarce have "disabilities' when It' to Coco, Fla., Oct. 8th, I8DO.
One Inch,..................,....$10. 0 the the town election on the 27th if cannot find tlOIn'one'ho is comes
Two Inch.......................4 18.00 by patrons of the public school: ] inst. to fill the places of Messrs. we paying an honest sulrocrlption.
Three Inch,...................... 20.00 in regard to the time and length of Brady, Drown and Graham whose Identified with the place, but must The ]Jrfr\ "!Ilernld In only one dollar. Blaster's'Sale.Under .
Four Inch....................... 25.00 the sessions of our school. It is terms accept a mere sojourner, because, a year.. We : over 2,000 stibscrlburs. and by virtue of ft decree
expire first What forced down this low
:Five Inch or QuarteCulu...... 30.00 urged that eight o'clock is too earlyan on Monday forsooth, Mr. Young Miggwts it. rate? us to that forclosure and sale rendered by tlicjn'|
JlalfC..lumn.................... 65.00 hour for the in November. The first two gen. It might be said with as much reason Daily newspapers. \ paper of the Circuit Court of the Seventh|
children Is 'Ih
Whole; Column,.................100.00 to assemble tleman, we underptand, positively worth reading at all Is w01 :$:2.00 of vial Circuit of Florida, sitting In chill
and that one hour at noon is decline to serve the town in this that the ADvoCATE, being represented any man's money. Low subscrlptlm at chamber, for the county of Undated
For Bit Months divide the yearly rate by two not enough of an interval betweenthe on the Council the "Star" rates do not 'Increase your circulation, the 2nd day of August, A. D.l'!/
and add 10 per cent.. capacity any ]longer. This is but it lowers tho Inside of pocket.
session. It docs look as if also] should he accorded a seat in the your In certain cause wherein Amon I
For Three Month, divide the yearly rate by greatly to be regretted, for their A man who wants a good newspaper Is Pitts is complainant and Alfred II. Tni
four,and add 20 per cent. nine o'clock would be early enoughfor business qualifications and experience : charmed circle. It might be said, willing to pay for .It. The butter tho ford and Jessie! I). Trafford et nl are Jfendantfl
a child to around the with much more force, that Mr. Wager price tho better the
get to paper. I will sell at
Local 'Advertlnementi, Ten Cent Per Line on the board would have fitted publicoutm.j
Each Insertion., schoolroom] especially if they live them admirably] to ''handle intelligently is one of the largest tax-payers We simply desire to cgll. the attentionof front of the Court House door of Tilt
tho members of the Florida Press
at distance and in town his interest in the welfareof vile, Brevard county, Florida, on
Paid Reading Matter not In "Local Newe".colmnns. a want to look over and with some' degreeof ; Association to this subject. ,It is of as
first October
: Five Cent Per Line Each Insertion. their lessons in the morning Titusville cannot be questioned. much )Monday during the I
; as advertising rates.-
any satisfaction, the important bus. : gal hours of sale, for cash, to the 11:1
We would hail his with
Legal Advertltement at Legal Bate I physiologist would sanction one iness to be acted upon during the candidacy 1'alatta JItrald. est bidder, the following described

All the above rate are for one edition per hour as enough to eat dinner, and coming term. No board, will ever our sincere support and we could do While we are not members of the estate, to-wit:
week. give' the brain a little relaxation. hold office and attain perfection. so consistently, for we pressed him I Florida Press Association, hating A tract of land shown on' the map '

Hill collected monthly. From nine to twelve and from two The town the to enter the race a year ago Perhaps come into existanee since its last Robbln1 & Graham's addition to Titiville
government, during as lot twenty-eight said lot liar!'
Check etc.,may be mode\ payable, to "Graham to half-past] four have been statedas past year, has been in fairly good he might become a candidate annual meeting, we heartily endorse ,- a frontage of sixty feet,on Maine stand
&Walton." the hours most likely]. to give hands. The Mayor has never at this time if his friends could its action as to having a running back a depth"of eightelA'ht |

general satisfaction. swerved from, or shirked his duty make it appear that the peoplewere fixed rate for advertisements and feet; said map of Kobblns & Gnt
anxious to have him serve. sticking to it. We lam's addition is now on record in tClerk's !
he has
and been encouraged in this vary our
office of Brevard
Addrei all communication to Briclt Blocks. ,course, from, the fact that he had We are sorry that we cannot agree charges, and our price appears in much of above described county.propertywill or i'
with of best citizens and
EAST COAST ADVOCATE, behind him a council whose support some our plain English on our fourth page be sufficient to satisfy said dccnj
TlTUaVILLB, FLORIDA ho could rely Without endorse the candidacy of Captain every week, so that anyone desiring and costs of sale. Purchasers to 1""
F. O. llox.222. The rumors of new brick blocks, harmony between the executiveand Watson, but we consider the mat to advertise may know just for titles.

like "Banquo Ghost," will not down, legislative branches' ter as the height of absurdity.We what it will cost at a glance. We J. P. i XJJtNKKj
and it will not be many days before nogovern.ment stand alone in our position, cannot Special Master j
may however
can fulfill its purpose. It is agree, with the. Konnivs & GrtAHAM,
the ring of the masons' resounding to be hoped that this feature will but our opinion is honest, and we view taken by the "Herald"! as to I Solicitors for Complainant.This .
trowel will make as much be cannot consent to conceal our views higher subscription sale 1
maintained. The Town Council rates. We Is postponed until Mondn
A music in the vicinity of the new is the most important branch of whenever they are likely to clash believe in low prices for subscription the fourth day of November, A. D. 18'!>1

r bank building as the carpenters' our municipal machinery ; here all' with those of any individual or and large circulation. Many the same being the first Monday in tl|

q r saw and hammer has been making measures originate and ordinancesare clique. The time may come within people are persuaded to come to month.

In the neighborhood 'of the "Star" framed, and it only remains the next two years when questionswill this state by rending papers from J. P. Tunsnn,
office. Another: chapter is opening arise in which the rights of Florida. 0-5t Special Master: I
for the Mayor and Marshal] to en. By putting the rate low
in the career of Titusville, and it is force them. When the Hoard are the town as against the J. ;T. &K. -say at a dollar-many a touristor
of a solid, substantial character.Our : of W. Ry. Co. must be maintained. visitor leaves Proclamation
composed men who have the wel a year's subscript
best business: men are in. constant fare of the town at heart ; whoseproperty Would Councilman without any ion who would not otherwise: do so ; BY THE MAYOR OF THK. TOWN OF TITI-J
alarm] at the ever-present danger interests are so thatno interest in the town, but in the employ and his paper Iuds; readers VH.I.E, STATE OF FLORIDA,.
sea from the fire fiend and great of many is hereby given that the ail
t are an antagonistic corporlltionthough in the distant NOTICE
measure predjudlcial to the community where
e anxious election of the officers of thl
to into
less get quarters y community at large can be advanced his executive abilitywere it goes and advertises the town town of Titusville, will be held at til
combustible character. The without they themselves ever so g-rent-be the proper where the paper is printed We court house on the 27th day of October
a ADVOCATE: is ready to talk business sharing large proportion of what person to entrust with preservingthe think that, taking this view of the A. 1). 1WX3, the same being the founl

to the owner of the first commodious ever injury it cause' and no rights of the people or to act matter, there are few businessmenwho Monday in the month, to elect one mat
may ;
or, one marshal and collector of tare
building that is ready torent as their faithful trustee in
an would
enterprise calculated to advanceits object to paying a little one clerk and treasurer, and one axneI
For Congressman: as we find these premises are prosperity without them shar emergency? more for their advertisments if the or of taxes, the foregoing officers to hoi,I

a little] too small for our fast-ih- ing its beneficial effects by the enhancement paper could live without rnisln.. _its__ office for the term of one year each: nn,I
WILK CALL THE PEOPLE'S FRIEND. creasing business. subscription -- also to elect three aldermen to hold ofliu
of their property holdings A Milder View.We price. A very slight for two years next lIucccc.1ingtheir clei
; then they can be rolled uponto increase in advertising rates would

Effect of Saloons. work as a unit for the advancement yield an increase. equal to that .ion.By direction of the Town Council tli<
DEMOCRATIC TICKET of the town. Three candidates have some reasons for doubting gained by raising tho subscriptionprice question of whether tho running at l.Tf<

have been named for Aldermen whether the reasons urged. in behalf of fifty cents or one dollar per of horses and mules at night shall 'dprofiiblted "
in said
town shall be submitted
For of State Considerable comment has been S11., Hay needs no encomium. Capt. W. D. Watson's candidature are year. The "Palatka Times" shows ; to the and notice Is herein)
WILLIAM Comptroller D. BLOXHAM.: made as to the effect of the establishing If he has been behind hand in any authorized by that gentleman; and froma what ad\ertisingcosts in some jour given that sail question shall be decided!
of saloons on Washingtonavenue public enterprise since we have nals, which is as follows : at said election. Those In favor-of proilbiting -
and it is feared that conversation with him we learn that the running: at large of horse ,
they known or if he possesses any A single page: in an issue of the (' ,j. and mules
For Justice of the Supreme Court: may have a bad effect upon the adjoining quality that would unfit him for he contemplates Investing considerable fury, taken for advertising purposes, ilbitlng horses night and shall mules vote "For pro

MILTON II. MABRY. merchants. If the proprietors office, it is beyond our knowledge.The money in building a brick store and a $100 costs F>00; in IlflrP<'r'. $400 down to large at night. Those opposed running to pro-at

of these establishments will individual who has been mentioned couple of residences to supply the demand column; a of early the New advertisement York of one libitlng such running at large, shall vote
order and In that line, and as an investment. IltnM costs "Against prohibiting horses and mule
For Representative-First District: preserve rigidly prevent for re-election has nothing 10,300 for the lowest, and $130,000 for front
STEPHEN R. MALLORY. loafing in front of their premiseswe to urge in his behalf; his record is Taking this view of the matter we may the highest price column. These figures running Geiger at large at nights. stephen -

do not think there need be any open to inspection. If re-elected have reoiion to re-consider the position will doubtless be of Interest to men who Rogers are hereby, Henry appointed Egger, judges and Jot of

cause for alarm. In any event, the he will endeavor in the future as we take In our above article on the subject Invest themselves$2 or with$3 the per month, and flatter aid election, and J. T. Sanders clerk

For Representative-Second District: gathering of loafers and consequent in the past, to serve the people The question of his fitness shouldbe expensive and liberal Idea advertisers that they and are thereof. Polls to be open from 0 a. m.
ROBERT BULLOCK. obstruction of the sidewalk. without fear or favor to the best of thoroughly discussed, and our people cause of their Investment ought,to con- seal to 4 this p. m.24th Given under my hand and

can hardly be worse than it has his abilitycarrying into town matters are fully competent to pronounce judge trol the column and dictate the course 1800. day of September, A. 0-

COUNTY TICKET.For been in front of the buildings between such rules] and methods as he ment in. the matter. The candidate of the publication. -5t BEXJ. R. WILSON Mayor.

the ADVOCATE office and has found, from his experience in (Capt. Watson) is old enough and sensible -

State Representative: Main street-especially on Saturday private affairs most likely to enough to expect his qualifications

Its F. ATKINSON.For nights. A year will soon roll secure success. The third candidate to be freely criticised, as well as any other t 0 EMOj.ael jLOGLUMBERAIYARD

around and if there is good groundfor is W. B. Watson, superintendent candidate for public office.

Clerk Circuit Court: the apprehension that now exists of the Indian River Steamboat Capt. Watson, we undetstand, really

A. A. STEWART.For it will be a difficult matter for Company ; and while his executive I docs not care for the office, and will takeno i

the petitioners referred to to get ability under certain circumstanceswould I offeree if defeated. If Mason Young e

their licenses renewed at the end make him a very valuable should show any Ill-will in that event.it .

Sheriff: of the present term. member of the Board, we feel we would only prove our fears were well
J. E. BOWMAN. would be derelict in the the founded
duty and that he had some sinister
JVo Cause for Alarm. press owes the public if we failedto motive In wanting to get his man on the

For Collector of Taxes: criticise with candor his fitness Board. In that case we will have acted

E. W. IIALL. for the office or neglect to call attention wisely in defeating his plans. At all

It has beep intimated that if the to the absence of logic in the events there can be no harm in discussing

ADVOCATE should oppose the elec- arguments that are being used in the matter freely.
For Tax Assessor: tion of W. It. Watson as an alderman his favor. It has been urged that
W. R. SANDERS. Whoever may be elected will receive
> great injury may result to the Mason Young President of the J., the of the
town. We do not see how the opinion T. k K. W. System, has suggestedthat iU encouragement ADVOCATE or
censure and
opposition, a*
For Treasurer: of one man even if improperly he be given a place on the their official acts.Prosperous. warrantedby

t). U. RAT. expressed should call down vengeance Board. Has it come to this-that 8 Y'TRUCRS l lSPBf

upon' an innocent communi. the railroad magnate actually con- A l G.W8 G 0/VSot ALL 7
For Solicitor ty. It is the province of this paper templates making the town a part Times.The S.ZYLES.NUGt .
County :
J. T. SANDERS to express its views upon matters of his system? This is what it would

of public interest, but it is not amount to. The supporters of Captain crowd of people in the : II' PAT&HT am
Incumbent upon the citizens to fol. Watson may smother their reason the postoffice last vicinity of J LACJES'CtrAlJE;:

Worm it not be well for the new low blindly in the path we may des. surrender their selfrespectand the busy appearance Saturday of the various night, and .JIh tLiBAtitOtStKE

Board of Aldermen to consider the ignate. Our views may meet the view the matter in as hopeful I In the neighborhood, must have stores 'n

Advisability .of framing an ,ordinance approval of the mass of the people light as possible ; but the fact favorable Impression made a

restricting tbe erection of or they may meet with universal will remain that our town government witnessed the on any strangerswho FISHBWWAGSNG9KACINE.WISl -
scene. There
i wooden building iu the future tot disapprobation. The opposition may be a thing of the past, doubt that Florida, and this vicinity is, no Inil' :

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VOCATE. Everything new.] DEPAllTl A nll1V AI. OF 8TKAMKR! i
work done at the office of this
New Aldermen. [ i TAS. T. SANDERS, ,
u I paper.] Fort Pierce booming; everybody alive Steamers leave Titusvllle daily, except THE 1'IONKKH: AGJo: GY.

Capt. Cojtgin and family left here last Mr., P. P. Cobb made flying visit to Sunday 5$50: a. arriving at Melbourne i ATTORNEV-AT-LAW, -

fMMri'.tdcorntr: : Friday for their home In C
'Allow me, through the nmllnrJ were In holes that they Would upend the night. 1 p.m., arriving at Tltusvillo about 7 p.o.liox,215. TITt' nJJ..:, KI.A. Ci1AS.11.; NAUMAXTiTV8Vit.i.K P. O.,

;J gf fast-becoming: popular paper,' tu winter\\ltli UK.Mr. We hear rumors of some plays to lx I'. in. Monry to Loan. I Brevard county, Fla. 1

auplgtest the following names to the and Mrs. 'Seofield returned home given by.the Fort Pierce Amusement Leave Melbourne Mondays; ,Wcdncsda Onmnn )I. RonniNO. WALTKII A. t311.111AM.

d 'for aldermen: Dr. Wiley, because I last! week after an absence of five week Society. and Fridays at 1 I', m. arriving at Jupiter 1JOBB1NS:: A OUAHAJf, J. M. Sanders Co.,

))1e! fd''a[ large property ownezIn this :-at City Point, bl'lugingth, them a fine Everybody enjoyed the Ice-cream and at 8 a. m. next moruilig. Returning Dealers In

wnhe, 1ev. Sidney Wilbur, w gentle i baby girl. cake served by Mrs. Jan. Hell, Friday] leave; Jupiter Tuesdays, Thursdays allli ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,

1aan thigh literary attAlninentrA, as well : Quite a delegation of little folks left night Why not some more ? Saturdays at 12 noon, artMng at Me TnTrst'u.LE, Biovard Co., Florida.r. DRY GOODS NOTIONS

al li iAoing large interests at stake 'hereiAi1dtfaat" ; here last Thursday to participate in a bourne at 7 a. nt. next morning. .o. Jinx.2m. ,
School commenced Monday with Mrs. WIIII'"l'tlf'lIln kit llirconnllci tile PovpntClrrult CROCKERY,
: but not least, the jovial Capt.H'Watsen .!' birth-day party: held At )In<. Jacob: Foas- C. T McCarty as teacher Wo notice Tho St. Lnclo leaves Tltusville about and In the Supreeer! .. 8| ,; :; who has toM a deal fur 6:30 at Rocl for Examining and lYrriM-tlnu land ,
Monday mornings
ter'flln honor of Jerome's birthday, lit- ,
a very large attendance, and the scholars Titled t'ormiiionilenc oollcltml fnnn CUlu' STATIONERY
,.tlretlue, and whom we her Is about frcshments were eived 1 to about fifty are all happy ledge and Melbourne on tho direct run ante and heirs to Xpmilnh, (Irnntii.Mnnrjr ,
'to"Jlnte! t largely here, tbus liecoininus. little one, and they reported an elegant to Jupiter! ;on her return trip Saturdays: to Loan I ,
Miss Ella Bell arrived hero Monday GARDEN SEEDS.
(thtifed, pith I us. she comes light through to TltusvilU,
night on the St. Lucle, from an extend- C1IOICK CiltOCKHIRS, _
A Yor n. time.Mrs.. F. Strahan Iflfk" for the return of arriving hero about 7 a, m. Sunday T \lt, M. I). I.. DODSOX, / g g
ell dslt among"t friends at 'Tltnl"ami HAY, CORN, MAPES': FERTILIZERS,
her father nod mother and Grandma Tituvtlle.Messrs. W. WATBOS, Supt. FINE PATENT FLOUR "

Fort!" Drum Heard From. \VakelielJ In the early hint: of XovciuWi Bowen it Bowman, of this SPECIALIST IK OPERATIVE, SURG1 Oooorv, 1"' orl.d.a.:
Their friends will 1 Iw pleased to know
if place: have. the contract for building GEO. ALTREE, CAL MECHANICAL DENTISTRY,

'T: DKVM TEKKITOII, BnE\Aiu'5C' ,. that: they have enjoyed excellent health Senator Quay's house at St. Liiclr, near
during (Ihl'lr'I..lt n..rth.' They Hummel Mr. 1'llno'1I1Iotul.'ork'; commence BROKER AND COMMISSION AGENT, TITI'SVII.I.K, ruman.\. HODGSON BROS.

vr lost Coatt ddruerve: cd In Sioux City, ltwa.
on it an soon as the lumber comes. Titusvillo, Fla.
An SIR-Please insert the fl'lll"'o"lng The road across4lie bay at thl! placU ,Agent for Planer an.01"U1I Florid LA RUE r ELY,
A masked ball given by Mr. Frank Everett : ; ;
iur. valuable papers rapidly nearing.completion.: A number at the new store, was largely at- Brick and Lime; New Process'" lanolin JUSTICE:: OF THE PEACE 17m mST Gcncrall\ferc11unts,

'e great Missionary and Kcfarmc of hands are eml'loye.lupon It. The Stove that cannot explode.Will NoUry lliMlo for the State at lJ>rtc.rontractiir .
tctxled. The furnished
was by 1
at all times handle dIMrl'lptIon -
Drum company: that ham it In hand have cor every and linllilcr of ov..r:1O: J'olln' MIX''' Eau Gallie FIn.
the Foi t
en through peat )Ir. Frank Bell ami) Mr. Lagow, )(r. E. of New and Second land Furniture. rloneo. ttturnl.; Finish a KMjclnlty ,
tory, and mado several converts: eluded to make a solid road of earth Whatley acting a* door manager./ Dancing In fact will get anything to supply the )MRUIUURNB, FL.. s
st Infidelity. The news came her instead of a pole road!, as they though wants of tho I'oople.Tradesmen's ,
of doing at Unit When this commenced at 7>80 and Listed: until Soiled Stocks Disposed of. PLAIN SEWING NEEDLEWORK' AND
taln missionaries that Mr. ;CliafTt' completed, Ortweilcs, Fancy: Fruits, Choice Teas,
.' a late hour. Ice-cream and cake wen Will sell on Commission by private treaty
.n avowed infidel and a no-fenc will l>o n.pcrina-ucnt road and not apt to or PublicAuction, anything you want EMBROIDERY CoiTeos, Spices, Food Products, etc. I
the refreshments nerved. Two beautiful
L':' 7 and in sympathy with tho htcanihiMt&company get out of repair; ax would be the can! to turn into money. DRY GOODS. 'i
ANNIE SIMMONS offers her
with tim 'l.olu mad. 'Chey' to cakes were won by Mr. Everett and Cash advanced Goods for absolute MILS ,
:. and that he had.rio plat eXlJOCt on In tho above lino to tho
C. Houston. A few of tho costumoi
m as "b'ue Democrat. I was away complete it Lit two weekM.Cocoa.. sale Ladies of Titusvillo. Prices modoraU Steam or Sail Boats for Charter by the
"' ..... were as follow )((1'11. Dora Tubbs In attention. ",
W home t8"cltiDg&dlOol, and though Prompt Day, Week or Month\ riJ.
the character of gypsy, which became IIniuu, Main Street near Ire Fnrtorjr. I 0 -
flt Just think
[ iasright inmytwritory. HODGES & GODFREY .
her well Mrs. Olmstead, at summer,
bi1a4; sad disappointment w hen I return 'VV'l.11:1.nD1': : IT'xxtola.Dray ; ., 'W Rogers, .
looking fresh and airy; l\fllllll'lety Hair, Manufacturers of
home to find! my boys and' friends allvertod 111 nn. DEALER IN CLOTHING
[Job printing neatly executed At the as a Spanish lady, in black lace, which ,
to the new order of thing. Hauling done at reasonable rates. Al -
the Secretary of State had changed An of the VOCATK latent office.style.]Everything new, and set off her dark eyes to perfection; Mrs( Yellow Pine Lumber tends departing, and meets all arriving Gents Furnishing Goods, Shoes, Hat,

Bowen, looking(as she always does) pretty trains ,
les, auto become a strong convert Mrs.V.. II. Sharpe, of City, Point was and interesting, In white with Mud ItOUOlI 4- DRESSED, Orders left with O. B. Riimpli or at Caps, Umbrellas, Trunks, Valises,
,st Infidels. Oh inlidols of Ina Il..ml.,
Orange IJox
you ADVOCATE office \receive\ '
this in town Monday, paying: ; a general visit bodice; tho Missus Bell and Metze, we Fruit A YrKVtftMo CrA'... \\ 1ll'UlIIllt FINE CIGARS, Etc.
River, don'tconjo in great terry to her many: friumls. noticed in full dress Mrs. Bass and oth- Lumber delivered. at any part of Indian Kin attention. Tho only house In town making a specialty
of Fort Drum hunting office any; ; on throe gq, Mil> of l.tilliiK., Anyone onllttlllllll\/.o| of Cents. Furnishing, Goals.
Contractor lllanvelt IK pushing work era whose names we failed to get. Following IIIK hail> .min for you have been stamped outfiver. write for prI"'es. The Sawodllls.inmtedonthe" Drop, In and examine my stock, and
- Nobody here but old Joe and on tho church at Me1'l'ltt'ery rapidly Is the gentlemen; Mr. L. A. J.,T.A K. W. Hy.,0 rhea outh of r 'Iulktt. TITUSV1LLE, FLA., compare pi Ices. Cash customers command

. others voted for the tafidels. 01true It shows up very nicely from this side Carlton, Indian chief, with his stately Agent.; Cocoa,E. Btlllng), Uu (Gallie HIIIO.IIII JlIgonoJlralllerl. Keeps a full supply of Metallic antWooden every comildcratlon competitor

ftlre.uly.The, air, acting his part to perfection; the Claim; to confer. .
to think that true-hearted Demtd Sntauiun blights, Putiiaii co., Fir\. Collins!' CUSCH and Casket
o three clowns Everett Mr. Beadier Call when convenient. First door
: Mr. ,
would bring such charges ag.iinsDemocrats artesian well for the I. J: Drug .
Funerals attended If desired. All
n.nd then ,promise to Co. hart been finished. A ilow of water and Mr. Bowman, with Master Charles (era promptly executed, and at reasonable 01 south ADVOCATK office- <

for them if nominated in the lwlma- of 18} inches has been secured a depth Carlton as the Jovialist, carried the day EDEN rate Embalming! done.3P. :2! "

A. A. Stewart was proclaimed an of 273: feet with their wit and humor, making one DIXON & GKAY,

d!, besides oilier charges of being Mr. C. A. Wlllaril and family, of CHI think of a scene from a pantomime;; JCONTRACTOR. :JC.4.LL, J>eall'l'lln f
ictcd with the .Abstract business, Point; wane 1)1.-W'ant: caller iu town Messrs. Reuben aniI'Wright Carlton, a* & BUILDER, Drugs Chemicals Perfumery Toilet
tho bashful females from the rural districts PINEAPPLE
VJther things. I Lave one good con Monday. Mrs. Wlllard was the guest
What next TitUHvillo, Fitt.Estimates Articles Fine Soaps Stationery
won great nppUuso.: ,
t on-I clowned as many of thorn ai of her Bltttcr, MIT E E. Hill.Mr. t
did of I had no barges tll Frank furnished on appllcutlor
O. \\'t.lOlllcft here Tuesday for NEI.LIK BLY. Correspondence and 1'ItrOlULgulolidtul.. JEWELltYfSl'ECTACT.ES'
Atkinson. .1 ASEWING .
..against. Mr. opposed an-ox tended vijit to Xew York ann other pLANTATION. U-tllilo
D|because he wag brought out by what ACAC INES.
northern He will visit
coaled "a court house ring." Ant points. probably; Mrs. General IJooth Dead.An "VV' 3VC.BRICKLAYER. D'1'1'nno11, Grins, Pistols, Sewing Machine and
the far west ere he returns to Cocoa. .
Machinery Repaired. Watches Clock
ticket. This In- T. 33. :::Et.l.ohnrd.a: l ,
itk the rest of the and I '
... Mr. E. SUling has purchaHed all the & PLASTERER Jewelry Specialty. ,
lation: I got while I was in Titusville. King property town. This include .\ AwUtnnt In the Formation of Eden, Indian River, Florida. j Dry School Books and School Supplier.

said the horse was fifteen feet high the MulvnHon Army TitUHvillo Subscriptions taken at publisher' price
j, the vacant lots: where Dickson Bros and Plre.
iJK'COurt, I stick to it this court, so 1 1ypfcfc I for Newspapers, Book, Magaalne, etc,
the old meat market occupied, also several Work contracted for of
for Mr. Chaftce, A.A. Stewart, W. LOXDOX, Oct. 4-Mrs. Booth, wife of KNOX the Painter Indian River. ou any part Prescriptions carefully compounded at
other / lots In the SJl0
building same
day or night.
any 1
Hall Janice K. Bows
-Sanders! E. W. General Booth, chief of the Salvation .
block. do and ALL of PAINT
Will Kw
fttt i James: T. Sanders and J.31.Dixon. Army, died today. Mrs. Booth was tho any
s t: i now ready and wllliiig to vote for George A. Spt-er, formally with O. K. companion and assistant of her husband ING, such as House and Sign Work, McAllister, Drugs, \
Wood left for his home In Graining In Distemper or Oil
.oiu&iees. I accept the nominees Wed/iehdiy from the beginning Of the salvation

fully, believing theca to be good SanfonL G(MX. says he may return boon, movement and did an much as any one Colon; Paper Hanging or Contractor for Patent Medicines

true Democrats. ho liken Cocoa no well. This is a very Stencil Work, Antiqueand .
except the General himself toward making
Attractive to all of' his Mosaic Glass Artesian Wells Elegant
place and
young men Perfumery Toilet Articles
j be great territory of tDrum has it a great success-Florida Stamforl. ,
>:; Imposition[ it liee.mll.The Stain.
+ed down to businesH. The store is
Special attention to Natural Wood
victims of the attack of the # Egli Gallic Flu Kept constantly on hand at
llTjrood running order, under the IiUJIer-1 many Meeting of the Turkey Creek Finish. ,

vUion of Dan Kloan. The 'Gator ... Camera moth Jg la Owen, which visitedour Regatta Picnic Association. All article of Furniture made to look 4 J. B. Screven'sD1CUO
town the 1st of September are /M well an new. Estimates and work
era axe_ all IB, and report the gator busln2 anx- done anywhere on Indian Klvcr T M DOBSON & COMPY.

good. They tell a queer tale about iously awaiting the arrival of their pho- MELBOURNE, Oct. 4th, 1800. Office on the ladder, TITUSVILLK:, FLA. HTOHU.

sal Wgator catching John II. Sams, 'urBcb tographs. Then such an exchanging of Meeting called to order by Secretary.Mr. W. 1C. KNOX. 1

P' .'ol superintendent. They say a ',a. photon., etc. We will leave the description R. W. Goode elected chairman pro Wilmington N. C, Also the latest Newspaper, Periodicals
tor caught the superintendent, and could to the imagination of the reader. tem.Letter FOR etc. 3: r

o i eat him, he was *o poor and lean. The Episcopalians are expecting Rev. from Captain Wilder, president Make a Specialty of
of the Association, read and discussed.
Morgan Swain is building' a fine schoulbotise B.[ F. Brown back on this charge very By motion unanimously adopted, a rote Wines Spirits Indian River.State -

at Drum. soon, and accordingly Lave organized a of thank was ordered tendered to Capt. Florida Oranges.

1 OLD JOE. choir. They meet at the church every Wilder for his generous offer. ,

eptember 30th, 1800. Saturday evening. We would like to By motion it was ordered that the sea Consignments solicited. Satisfaction
correspond with the :Beers
retary of Bank
them but can't have owners Guaranteed and Prompt Return
join a we sing we the; yachts, Naiade, Arrow, Cheemaun, ,
e County Democratic Ticket. to; be content with going around and list and Capt. Fozzard, and ascertain if a Made 0.2 nil) ,
ening. race can be arranged between these and CIGARS, ETC.OF Titusville Florid
other boats, for the said Feb. 22nd 1801 ,
Checker playing hag been the great under the consideration specified. THE FINEST QUALITY, W. N. HENDRY.Dealer -

,!paid to tlu Ea t Coait..tdrOl >..JJl'Plnn amusement with the boys around town Meeting adjourned 1 to meet at Stewart's f.O TO SCOItl'OllATED UVUKU: : TUB LAW 0*

Oct. 8th, ISM.ie for the past month, and Cocoa la developing IIall, Melbourne, Oct. 21st, at 3 p. m. In THK STATE or FLUUIOA.

some champion players. This It Is earnestly requested that all person Loslcy & llcnakcr. Authorized Capital,. .. $100,000 ;

following is the county Democrat. week, however they are humping themselves interested in yachting be present, that General Merchandise 'aid-up Capitol $23,000
ket nominated yesterday at Juno: i satisfactory plans may be offered and Families Supplied. -
for a game of baseball Friday afeiuoon. discussed in reference to this proposed A O.ral lIklDe H..I..... Trsneobd
or Mouse of Keprekeutatlves: Capt.Lick : Perhaps may go to Tltu1lle legatta. Florida Hotel lied Hook mid DRY GOODS, .

of Lake Worth; County Judge: \ again before very long: who know f C. n. STEWART, Htate Guide: NOTIONS JAMES PBITCIIABD, President;
Heyser. of Lake Worth; Clerk of Secretary. The moat complete, thorough and I W. B. lJ BUTTj Vice-president;
Mr. E. C. Stiling, always prominent in
,Court: A. E. Quimby, of Juno: As- handsomely gotten up publication ever STATIONERY, W. M. Bnoww, Cashier
Col- any enterprise of credit to our town, hast attempted for the state. Directors; James Pritchard W
r: Mr Dewey,of Lake Worth:
: Mr. Peacock, of Miami; Slieriff: last completed> arrangement for afine Jan Gallie Meat Market. This work 1* now being compiled, and Choice Groceries, (arnott, J. II. Durkee, VT. B. Graham
hardware store. lIe will build on la i entirely out of the line of publication and \V M. Brown

Church, of Jupiter: Treasurer: the same site that he occupied before lsaue.l heretofore and claiming to be JIIMH, FLA. 5 Evsry r..or Cuuslstsnt with CoD..natl .
1 Grant, of Jupiter. uldes. The bulk of matter never pub l/auklul Eat.nd.d.Correspondents : .
the fire. The building will commence as shed before. 300 pages, convenient T. "VV' S1\tXTXX: j Seaboard National
4apt. Dimick is an ardent Call man. son a* the brick and other material ar- All kinds of fresh Meat size, mall clear type, Morocco binding lank, New York: National Bank ofacluionvIUe.

rlye. published annually and the only work Drayman \ .

Our> readers down the river will be E. C. Johnson; our confectioner, is and Vegetables, travel complete lid of hotels, linen of Will attend to all kind of Hauling,

ied to learn that meat market hasijjSned ptmtoffict, industries, counties promptly, cheaply and expeditiously
a preparing to move from his present stand Ice, etc., for Sale. and officers, State offices and court THE ADVOCATE
at Eau Gallie under the propriep aIottieen Will deliver baggage for
to a room on the lower floor of Hill's State military divisions, companies passengers

of C. J. Young It i* a new IIall.[ This house represents more busies FAMILY ORDERS SOLICITED AYDPROMP'l'L churches, socletieii schools: and arriving or departing on train or Uaui-
and we Lope he will be wellllupby lm.tltuti"n. of every kind.} Ready for boa&*. Job
tune than any we know of, having bill- Y ATTENDED TO. slivery October, 1. 00. Order received Printing DepartmentIs
resident of Eau Gallie Can be found at the \
the Station
led barber Railway
lard and shop,
pool room gener- DOW price by mail Ke pot paid. '
I surrounding country. See ida advt. al I merchandise, confectionery, and Jew- o. JT. TTOOTUQ9 -, Addreks, "HoUl Red Book and State or at my residence In South Tltu vill to do Your

till page. every store all under one roof : Manager GWI," box 202, St. AugiutUw, Fl.i.S j U. S. Mall Carrier. 3 Ready Wort.


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'.I was expecting tome one to helpme -.ii"replied Mr*. Matthias, rafting t[ endorsed by its convention TUB -
," she returned, "but was disap- for the first time that day-a smile !n FARMERS' ALLIANCE NOTES and by other Southern State Alllisnces !- Zeride the deep, green river,
1 I tea with Ui.spirit's Bight pointed." Alter a moment she con. which surprise and relief were turtonslymingled"that whose orders I nm pledged to. Here in the lower lands
"b at many 1140MOUIWeed of wrong tinned, "I lo not know this part of the Is my ,hUlbaDd..u.ufar obey in the matter of the pending election lly house, low-roofed and humble
|Hat root.ta a seed of right. country, and if I would not be asking too Advocate. NEWS OF THE ORDER AND ITS bill I hereby promise to oppose' the In modest quiet stands.A .
O1"e.O" food that has gone astray, much, I should be to much obliged if MEMBERS. same-reserving, however, the privilegeof moss-grown, rude log cabin,
[And sorrow In only blindnem, you would give me some information A Millionaire's LOt Cabin. changing my views in case satisfactory Close by a brawling rill;
knd the world is always under the way about reaching my destination." The new summer residence of George prevented of such unlawful A rood of ground around It-

I Of a channeled of kindness. He hastened to assure her that, far Gould, the eldest son of Jay Gould at WHAT IS BEI50 FOR EOSR THE ADVANCEMENT IK THE TARIOt'1IEC'I'IONI or intimidation, violence or fraud at the November Against- I have no time to till.ACI'OIII .

)commonest error a truth can make from troubling him, he should esteem it Furlough Retreat, in the Western Catskills THE 8REAT OROANIZATIOl'-t.EGIEL4. Allianremcn in those states afford undoublc.l river
shell the deep ,
II tbouUng its tweet voice hoarse, a great honor to be of any service to her, of New York, has been taken possession TION ROTES' ETC. clections'as green free
waters so ,
d I ila In only the toul'i mistake and begged that she would tell him of by Its owner. It i* one of the -- cause for its passage.MILLIONS Join LmscsTos' Whose mansion
and stately
Id misdirecting its force; : where she wa going. largest and most picturesque private Those who oppose the subtreasuryplan A proud I
Ind lord,the fafrat of all fair things "Why, to be sure," she replied, "the dwelling in the mountain and is beautifully are opposed to cheaper money for OF MONEY. Begirt with trees sec;
That ever to men descended place i., is-! declare I have forgotten situated. The building i*in prim. the people; there is no dodging this -- And through the leafy branches,
rows rank with nettle and poisonous the name. But I have it on a card in my itive style *o far as relates to the outside statement-National Etonomitt. TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS MADE BT TDIcosonEss. At day's departing rays,
thing pocketbook, which is in my little\ bag- being constructed of logs hewn on ... rnEeERT Catching the crimson sunlight
t7nl M it it watched and tended no, not that one," a* he picked up a three side, the round, or bark, side beingon The merchants, lawyers, doctors, all Its many windows blaze.
brown traveling case. "the one nearest the outside. The structure is thirty are inter sted in the tub-treasury. It is The appropriations made hy 61st congress The owner of that palace .
ere could not be anything better than this you. Ah, thanks. Why I" the cried as four by seventy. feet, and two stories not class, it is for all. To protect the we,e practically completed Monday Boasts of his lineage high;
Old world In the way it began, she opened it, "the card is not here alterall high. farmer !is to_ protect his creditor. To with the adoption of the conference report father was a woodman.A .
Jthoagb tome matter have gone amiss I must have lost it; but I can remember A veranda ten feet wide skirts three protect both the farmer and their creditore on the general deficiency bill. They My woodman too, am L
From the great original plan the name, I guess., Let me tee, side of the house. The dwelling has is to put business upon a safe basis have amounted to the following sums: constant labor
|Add however dark the skies may appear, Bell Bell aud to bring prosperity to the country. 1,700,100; army, 124,208- I earn by
-, -Bellville; that's it,I think. twenty-six: rooms. The main hall is six Agricultural, and scanty faro;
And boweversonl may blander, Is there such a place I" teen by, thirty-two feet. There is 471; diplomatic] and consular, fl, My plain
tell it another Sub-Alliances of Georgia are the Columbia Including :My neighbor over :yonder
11 you all will work out cloar, Mr. Coddleman laid that there hall which extends The 710.'SI5; District of (
was the
For good llet over and nnder. source of all Alliance sentiment and all fl.200,000 for Rock Is called a mllllonare.
and told her furthermore that she and
must building separates the laundry and
I-JCZfo W.Vflltox in New York Alliance! strength. The sub-Alliances arc fortifications,
; WttMy. Creek park), 0,009,444; is
change at the next station, and that he kitchen from the main partion. The in. bill and When toil at night over.
for the sub-treasury against Any
--- himself would put her on the other train. tenor of the house was carefully calked candidate who will not endorse it. To ,.2321135', ; Indian, $7,203,110! legislative Tired with the ax's stroke

ear-Sighted Jealousy.Mr. :Mr. Coddleman was by nature retiring then papered, next furrowed, and lastly support and elect a man who is opposedto executive and judicial], $21,638.152(including ; I sit here at the doorstep,
but the lonely of the and ceiled with military academy, $435,206; navy corn-cob pipe to smoko.
position lady over narrow strips of Norway it will be a disgrace to the Alliance.- for nickel to be usedin My
Matthias Coddfcman was a broker her trust in him inspired him with the pine. The floors are all laid with Southern Alliance Farmer. $1,000,000 for the protection of I watch him slowly pacing
la the city, and like many other broken, idea that he must mike himself Agreeable Georgia pine of the finest quality. The .-. vessels making$20,130,03 plates ; pension $98,457- Before his house of pride.
lie was possessed of a small house and ; in which he succeeded so well thatit rooms have Queen Anne trimmings, finished There will be a grand reunion of the 461 pottofKce) $72,220,609() ; rivers and Beneath the clustering Tine loaves
garden in.one of the outlying suburban seemed but a moment before the junction in white wood. All the window Farmers' Alliance of Alabama at the harbors; $ 4,9S1.29'S' ; sundry civil, $29- On yon veranda wide.

town, to which he :wag wont to retite was reached. gloss is of uniform size, seven by nine Southern Exposition in Montgomery, on 788,282; deficiencies (including $10,810 At times this side the rivor,
when his dsy'work was over lie was, "Oh, really this is too much I" she expostulated inches. A sixteen-foot balcony is on the November 11th and 12th. The National appropriated by the house Monday for He canters, slowly by;
in short, a plain, every-dsy merchant, as he loaded himself with her front and rear of tho house. The roof is president, Col. L. L. Polk, Capt. B. F. the pay of members). $$38,688,815 ; miscellaneous Absorbed in thought, he never
about thirty :years old and by, no means baggage; "I can't think of allowing ycu shingled. The main stair railing and Tillmnn/ of South Carolina, lion. John $5,435,184.: Total, $301- casts an eye.
lacking (In manly beauty.Mr. to carry all of it." balusters were cut out of trees found in T. Buchanan, of Tennessee, and Presi. 811,305. TTpQn me
Matthias Coddlemaa certainly "Do not speak of it, madam; it is the woods close at hand, and are left "in dent L. F. Livingston, of Georgia, will The permanent annual appropriations He is not old features, but wrinkled seam

seemed to be a very matter-of.fact and nothing at all," he panted, from beneathhis the rough." The newel posts were once deliver addresses on.that occasion. for the year 1800-91 amount to $101- His pallid existence;
he load of bags and shawl of beach trees making the grand total for the He looks as though
good young man, for regularly attend. straps. parts ono being eight In sent out the iiJrm.era' 628,453, but troubled dream.
a by Were a
ed to his business, and was, moreover, They had crossed the station and inches in diameter.The Alliance ill the year. $462,930,050. 1
yev following:
the superintendent of a Sunday-school in boarded the other train, when Mr. Cod. balusters attract attention. They "Shall we paptr allow our hosts to be divided 1 he regular annual appropriations'made It he, with gold and acres,
the town where he lived. He was nevertheless dlemau, happening to turn, he saw his represent all the different kinds of trees and defeated in detail by unscrupulous during the firctsession of the fiftieth congress Could have my rugged hsAlth.

possessed of a romance, and a very wife standing on the platform of tho car that grow within the bounds of Mr. politician, working in the interest of were $800,985,644; permanent ap- Or I, with happy slumbers,
substantial romance it was, weighing, I he had just left, with a hard, cold lookon Gould's mountain domain. The residence Wall street and backed by a hireling propriations were 'I U,114.>',79B, makingthe Had only half his wealth.
should think, nearly 200 pounds; for Mr. her face that boded no good for is situated about two hundred and fifty press, and the whole paid for with our grand total $422,626,343. Increaseof Then life were better balanced
the the
Matthias was married. him. feet from the lake, which covers an area money wrung from our reluctant grasp fifty-first congress over For both of us to-day.

i This is how it came about. Borne two Ho was aghast; she had seen part but of ten acres. In some part of the lake by Shylocks, usurers and soulless corporations congress $40.318.613. And each, perhaps more cheerlyWould .
years before the time at which I write, not ,all, and evidently thought he was the water is sixty feet deep and trout are to be used for our oppression f HYDROPHOBIA travel on his way.
be had taken his summer outing at one going off with a strange woman. He plentiful. At the present time no trout ... FROM
of the popular seaside resorts, and there must hasten back: to explain her mistake. can be caught, not because :Mr. Gould The Signal (Manhattan, liar,) says: FIVE PERSONS DIE FROM THE EFFECT OP But as it is, no breast envy can be,
had met for the first time thu future Mrs. But first he must get rid of his load and would deny his friends the pleasure of That a man can hold to the principle of MAD DOG BITES. Within my
Coddleman. Etta Saylcs, as she was likewise of tho lady. He therefore: trying their skill, but simply for the the Farmers' Alliance and stand on the With all his state and riches,

then, was plump and pretty maiden, ried after bet, found her a scat, and hur.I' reason that the trout will not allow platform of either the Republican or A dispatch from Franklinsville, N. 'Tis his to envy me. spirit
under the charge of an old aunt, her cused himself as quickly as possible; themselves to be caught. During this Democratic parties" is as impossible as for C., of Monday says: Mr. Jonathan Pale face and care-worn limbs-
father being dead, and her mother and before ho could leave the train, it WAS in month the lake\ will be cleansing itself] invokes"a camel], etc. No man who sincerely Luther, a young: farmer living near the Eyes sunken, shrunken
reform from riches
legislation burden
only sister in Europe. motion; and by the time he reached the one of nature's workings-and the waterif other legislative bodies will Congressand vote for Randolph Manufacturing t onipnny had With these to would share with himr
Etta' aunt had but one failing, and platform, it was moving r>t a good rate of a milky color and thick at the sur men whose policy is to-day to the the sad fate to lose Lis wife and three What man
that was the Patagonian savages. On of speed. face. While this process of cleansing i* rich. patty children during two weeks. On the 19th) Deep green is yonder river.
learning of tho deeply religious nature of Mr. Coddleman was inclined to be going on the trout hie themselves to the % instant all were bitten bv a mad dog. Its waters faintly gleam

Mr. Matthias, this estimable gentlewoman stout, and, moreover, was much flurried, bottom of the lake at the deepest points The Farmers'Alliance* will establish a Two young men were also bitten by the For us in time fast coming
pounced upon him forthwith; and tbia fact, coupled with an absolute and remain there until the "clouds roll school at Morehead City N. C. The same dog. 'I he dog had a fit There is another stream.
and so much was she interested in discussing ignorance of the laws of moving bodies, by." foundations for the building aro laid. at Mr. Hugh Parks's store, We both will lose our burdens*
with him plans for the conversion may account for his jumping with both Mr. Could now has twenty-one deer Three bundled pupils can be accommo where Mr. Henry Parks, the My toiling and his dross;
of heathensthat and elk in his and all dated. Board nnil tuition will be furnished clerk attempted to drive him out. The
these she never perceivedthe feet together, and in the opposite direction park, are doing When over the mystic river
conversion of Etta, as effected by from which the train was moving. well. The thirteen first received are now at actual oet The superintendent dog bit him. Parks at once thrust his Our spirits freed shall cross.
Love and Mr. Coddeman, till it was too The result of this manoeuvre was a complicated quite tame. The eight animal in the "'ill put thnse food at wholesale and hand in a barrel of terpentine, holding -ThcmatDvnn EnglitJi,
late. As Mrs. Baylis was a great invalid series of somersaults, whioh landed lost consignment are very shy, and hide each pupil will pay liis exact proportion of is it there for he twelve will and a half hours. It
Craven the
and had gone to Europe for her health, him in a heap on the floor of the station; when approached.-New York Time thocobt-which will bo about $5 per thought who recover.killed the ,
.It seemed useless to wait for her return. from which he gathered himself up justIn month. The teachers' salaries will be young slightly man scratched and has also dog,died.was PITH AND POINTDoesn't
divided the the
A Naval Offleer's Wardrobe. among pupils same way.
Bo after much letter-writing and discus- 'Jme to see his own train disappear in Young Henry Parks had heard his grand- -
don It was decided that the the distance. This involved three A naval officer's wardrobe is serious .
young con- a a father say that terpcntino was good for health-Sick-
The Alliance Tillie'nderson., Ind.,) in good
'ple should be married, and they: were the hours' wait during which he meditated: matter. The only other creature on earth says: There is no reason why the. Alliance the bite of a mad dog: and hud tho presence appear
licit spring. on th \ events of the afternoon and the that has more clothes than an officer of and F. M. B. A. should not work of mind to apply it at once. ness."Did
They bad now been man nnd wife for veceptton tint awaited him at home.It the United States Navy it a Saratoga together in harmony. The objects of your husband" die happilyi""Yes
more than a year, and thus far nothing wo after ten at night when he at belle. There are full-dress coats, and the two orders aro identical and the only BUSINESS OUTLOOK he died, happily. -Life.
had, occurred to mar their tranquility. last, weary and worn, reached bin house. short coats with hooks, and dude coat., way to win is to work together with good No matter how hard silence falls, it
Indeed; there It took him little while to with trousers to match in each does not break. Terra Haute Exprtu.
was no reason why they a summon up case; will and harmony. Let us have no ill AS REPORTED BY DUN CO. FOR TUE -
: should, for Mrs. Matthias believed he; courage to enter. helmet hats, two or three kinds of caps, feeling on this score. What would be PAST WEEK. Earth has no greater joy than the discovery
husband to be perfection, and Mr. Matthias In the parlor sat his wife bolt upright and even regulation neckties. Then come better would be for all the farmers' organizations of a quarter in a- cast-ott vest.-
returned the compliment. His wi'e, in a chair by the table, reading the family the overcoats, and after that the swords. to unite into one grand body. R. Q. Dun &; Co. report remarkable activity
indeed, almost 'merited that belief, for Bible-an ominous sign. All of these things are : en. They could certainly do much more, foi in business in most of the cities of Life.An mud
she had but two failings; one a failing of "My dear" he faltered, in his meek- sire, because they can be procure ol where there is union.there is strength. the country, and ay that "liqi eyesight; and the other a most ino.wu- est tones, "I missed my train, and have only certain tailors and hatters. To make C nearly all kinds of speculation comes to a
ately jealous disposition. Of the fret of just arrived. I trust you have not been matters worse there i*the perpetual threatof I A distinction should be made between tho disappointment of many: in connection indi. the
theso failings her husband was wire; of worrying about me." tome radical change in uniform that the sub-treasury plan and the tub-treas with the largely increased suppliesof All men have their uses. Even Ex
the second he knew nothing, because hewas :Mr*. Coddleman on his entrance slowly shall render everything in use utterly ury bill. Tho former was adopted by the money and prepares the wav for crank serves his tura.TrrItAutf *
National Farmers' Alliance sud Industrial
such a thoroughly good young man closed the Bible, laid it on the table, valueless. la the matter of linen the : healthier trade in all legitimate branches" prcu.Much
that even his jealous wife could find folded her hands before her and waited. naval officer has much his own way, but Union, and it was made the duty of the Money is reported to be in larger supply, : current wit is overdone, and

I nothing to carp at. :Matthias began to get nervous "Ha even here he labors 'under certain disadvantage legislative ter. This they committee did as to their prepare interpretationof the lat and but no the inflation local rate of of interest has reduced, more is done over.-Tern Haute Eipreu. -

i The day of the 10th of July, 1875, was -has not your sister come, my love" he *, for many ships, perhaps most a good plan to tarry out the pupoee of Imports have much prices increased followed.by effortsto .
noted for two things: the arrival of Mr. asked hesitatingly ships have insufficient provision for the former. The committee and the order get goods into the country before the Men's sins, it is said always finds
Coddleman'i sister-in-law from Europeand "Wretch: returned his spouse, and, laundering, and each officer must carry generally will be glad to have any new tariff goes into effect. 'Ihc great in them out. That isn't so bad as if they
the arrival of the green-eyed monster, dissolved into tears. an enormous stock of collars, cuffs and person improve on the bill.-Souther* dustries of the country arc decidedly ac found them ia.-Seriihire Jitici.When .
Jealousy,.in his household, "What is the matter, my angel he shirts. Jack washes his own clothe Allianee Farmer. tive. Business failures for the week a man is convinced that he
-Bhortly before the time of which I inquired, ia a vain attempt to appear at with the Captain's or Admiral' permission .Ct number for the United States 102, against owes anything to himself he is always
write, Mrs. BIll1era had died abroad, and and hangs them aloft to dry, but it Intluttr'ud FrteYou ({AVinticUl Kan), 163.for the same week last year anxious to pay it.-Bingkmaton&Fubo
her daughter was now returning to live ease."Monster!" she ejaculated, and swept would hardly be dignified: for an officer sajs: True men will not be bribed. Men lican.
with her married sister. The day in by him, out of the room and upstairs, to do this. At a consequence the wardroom who are honest with themselves and with
question opened auspiciously] enough, and this was the extent of their conversation lugs/: about a constantly increasing their neighbors will walk up to the polls EIGHT MEN KILLED There seems not a little reason to suspect
for, though sultry, it was very beautiful.As for that night. By personal observation stock of soiled linen until some port is this fall and vote for their best financialso I that it may have been "Old Sol"who
A first introduced the
Mr. and Mrs. Coddleman rode Into he discovered that her sister had reached where laundresses do abound. cial and jiolitical interests. Such men CARE- sweating pro
town that morning, he to his business not yet arrived, but of the circumstances Then there i. a great washday and a gigantic will turn a deaf ear to tho bowlings and LES-NE8S.- cess.-Detroit Free Freu.

and she to meet her sister, no pair of he could learn nothing. laundry bill. Here again is a difficulty ravings buckets of the partittau press and their About one o'clock Sunday She baa a taste for whistling '
as well as their followers. Men morning a A taste that's not permissible'But
turtledoves could have been more devote At breakfast the next morning, Mrs. for the methods of foreign laundresses w ho rend and have cast aside that sectijunl most disastrous freight wreck occurred on still I don't objeCt to it, i
ed. Before the ,train had proceeded far Coddlemaa wore the expression of a especially in the tropics, are feeling of party will be men who the Baltimore &; Ohio, near Pleasant Talky The pucker is so kissabie.
on its way;however, accident occurredto martyr undergoing torture; she pouredthe primitive. Mostly the linen is dumped work for the welfare of others as well as 0., a short distance west of Zanes- -Fuck.It .
ruffle the composure of Mrs. Matthias, coffee with a Christian resignation into a stream and beaten with stones until their own. Tille. Orders were given the last and is stated that the Government wants
and this was the loss of her glasses. beautiful to see; and the manner in it U fairly clean and dreadfully ragged.A .-. west bound freights to pans at Black a tow design for the silver dollar. We
Oh, Matt!" she cried when she had which she passed her husband the butter favorite method with shirts is to tie a The still has its daily Hand, but operator Keelty, at that place, would suggest a weather-vaneIt; very
discovered the fact, "I have left my would have brought tears to the eyes of stone in the sleeve and thrash the garment column sowing the Alliance to be II failed to deliver the orders to the eastbound (;easily changes to four quarters.-PkOadtlphia .
glasses behind me at home; what shall I the most hardhearted Mr. Coddleman about in the water. West Indian laundresses Democratic organization. Democratic' train. Later he saw his mistake, Prut..

dot Why, should not know my sister determined to make a bold break, and mostly black: and extortionate, I. journal are equally zealous in demon. and that telegraphed the operator at Zanesville After you have weighed neighbor
without them unless she was within three summoning up all his courage, addressed I, are famous throughout the Navy.-jYiruJVrt > strating it to be a Republican aid society; and there left his would be wreck pretty soon !in the balance drop a nickel yoar of fairness
feet of me." his wife: Star. aud all the while the people are still extending post. He is a mere boy'llth in the slot of self-examination
u Well, my love," replied he, "it "My dear!" he said "I fear you did and perfecting their organization with engines a number of cars, filled certfin as-
oats coke your own moral
strikes me that you can't find her without not rightly.understand the event of yesterday Owns 10,033: ( Indian Ih1Ju.I and paying no attention to thu ranting piled' in, the and merchandise, were Dater Sentinel avoirdupois.

them, and can't go back to get them, ; in short, that, that I Eugene J. Sharadan, a clerk: in the of either jxirty. :Members of the Alliance men were up killed.greatest confusion Eight
the best thing will be for you to wait at "No explanation call avail, Matthias, Grand Central Hotel, Reading, Penn., believe that they themselves under "Well, I must go now," said Cbollie.
the station and let her find you." I saw it all." has a collection of Indian relics that is stand the character of their organizationand "What'. your hurry asked Ethel. ,.It's

Hi wife agreed with him in this, ando "Saw; all what, my love!" unique in its way. In getting this collection their own motives and purposes fullyas CONGRESS ADJOURNS. 11:55. and my motto in life is, Xever
the matter ended. "Do not attempt to deny It. I saw Mr. Sharadan has traveled in will 8S do these hirelings of the old put off till to-morrow what you can do
the 30,000 mile. (lartie .-Tvjnk All through the heat of the day :Mr. you whea you passed through the rear past twenty years over FIFTYJ'1RIiTCONGRE811
Coddleman toiled at his desk, car, though you did not tee me; I followed Berks County was a particularly popular .*. CLOSES. One of the "old-timers" remarked to
occasionally to wonder how he should you into the front one to speak: to stamping ground for Indians in the old An exchange says that any measure The first session us the other evening that a know-all
like his sister-in-law, whom he had you, and you meet that odious woman- time, especially for the Delaware and alculati d to benefit any one class is class is of the fifty-first congress friend of his knew .everything but one
never met, and whether she had ;yet by appointment, I've no doubt. I saw the Shawnees, and relics of these and !Irg'sUtion, and that as the sub-treasury afternoon no more.1 after ten 6 o'clock Wednesday thing and that was, he didn't know how
found his wife., When four o'clock: you devote yourself to her, and finally go other tribes are found in great quantities plan is debited to help the farmers, wrangling and riotous months of turbulent much he didn't know._Pruon Jfirror.
came he arose from his work and soughtthe off with her, I don't know where. It U I throughout the country district Alongthe therefore it is rla8llIcgi,lntion. Nothing it breathed its last. 1 he partiMUiship! "Well, well, you've back
cou'd cloning hours got : from
more completely the
railway station with well for her that I was without my bank of the Schuylkill the relic are misrepresent of your vacation
joy. congress were uneventful in How did
of the save the
is you enjOl10\J1'-
sub-treasury It
AU the trouble of that and could not see her to know unusually numerous. Of these Mr. purposes plan. house. The irn'
unfortunate senate
glasses dragged so, so but
not designed to help the farmer by giving along sleepi ; no place
Shsiradin has marvelous collection
afternoon from his her a ly, passing private bills like home "
arose extravagance, or.Just- him any clasn privilege, but t-t help and then went after all "That's what we
for as he knew that the common car at this moment a carriage: laden containing 2000 specimens of tomahawks him by stopping a class discrimination into executive setsion. The pnddcnt all. go away to find out."-HartfordPott..
would be both hot and crowded, he with trunk drove up to the door. I axes, arrow heads spear heads, against him. There is now a discrimina and his cabinet came to the capitol, and i. There livej In the
determined to treat himself to the luxury "There i* your sister, my love," said beads, mortars, pestles, millstones, ham. lion against him by low prices in the fall occupied the president room, the first A man who could crow Worcester a
.f a drawing-room seat. :Matthias. "For heavens sake, don't mers, scrapers, war clubs, drills, and when he is a seller, and high prices in time it has been occupied( since Arthur's But, as he grew old< 1'000000ter.
Entering the first of the coaches be let' have a family row just as she i* ar smoking pipes of every shape and pat the spring when he is a buyer in making! administration, Mr. Uevetund always re- And He they often caught coil
found it full, and passing through it, riving. tern. The list include nearly all the his investment in crop. This result miming at the white house. Mr. llarri- couldn't crow as he arees or.
secured one of the two remaining chain "Coward I" replied his wife, and left distinct varieties of jasper, agate, milk from the present fluctuation in the volumeof son anted to be on hand to' sign the "Speakin of "Lawrence: America".

is the forward. car lIe had scarcely the room. Mr. Coddleman groaned, aud quartz, opaque crystal, chalcedony, obsidian money as compared to the demand indifferent dl"bills. *i rapidly. they passed during! the Washington strong men," said .s.
settled himself when, just as the train awaited result in thc dining room. 1I. and black flint now in the National se3.80nllarehow.inJ: is not the The first to receive bin signature who held cit'zen. "I have a brothel
started, the porter showed a' lady, laden now heard the voice of his sister-in-law :Museum at Washington and embraces esaeutial to the subt-reasury plan; it is was tar.il bill I1othing"was up a the band of flour" "That's,

with many bag and bundles to the remaining in the hall; it sounded familiar. many of the very rarest forms. only one method..-A'atianal EC4lnoIIi lt. who once held reply,"I ban a brother
seat. Just then the car gave a "My darling, what a happiness this The fact that these varieties were found .*. THE COTTON CROP.klNaT Pwl. up a Uainiaslifagtoa

lurch, snd-beforq! she could seat herself, is I" she cried. "I thought I should hereabouts goes to show that the Indians The following evidence of the effective Or THE The
her baggage flew in every di;ection. ,A* never get here for I could not find you exchanged goods, for rock of some of opposition of the Farmer Alliance to the JlE041tI1Uu SEW IT OR1EAX3, EXCHA.SC8 t summer hotel keeper who silverd ...
the porter had wean shite disappeared, at the station, and one of the stupidest the material is not native here Lodge election bill is just received. Op- -* WOVEilENT.Secretary hotel that there would be notables at his.
Matthias came to the rescue and collected men you ever taw offered to help me,and :Mr. Sharadia has 14,000 specimens of jKjtitioa by the president of the StateAlliance Hester he swore pretty hard at the proof
her scattered celODg: l1g1. put me oa the wrong train, and sent me similar relics collected from nineteen of New York will be a ;powerful exchange, Saturday issued Orleans his reader when he was asked nest dty1f
an official
"So kind of jou, she murmured, as off ever so far. 1 got the name of your other States and Territories ether than help: of the cotton movement for report guests were : to est oil tho
she sank back In. her seat with a sigh of town,mixed up, to be sure, and told him Pennsylvania. The relics are aU classified "To WHOM: rr MAT CoxcEn3Vhile twenty-six days of the cotton the first foor.-BiRgwlItto4 Jepablieaa
comfort. v 1 wanted to go to Bellville instead of Bell- and arranged in cases according to a striving for reformation all along the line, report shows that 2 OOOO season bales The This morning to m mail I found
"Not at all," he replied, bat yon mont but ho ought to have known even system of his own devising. He has and demanding among other things, a come into sight during the have Addressed A dainty envelop,and fair
should have some one to assist you with if I didat; men are so dull why. that.', spent a great deal of time and considerable free ballot and a fair count, yet, at the increase of 36,:5W bales over past this week, an A DOte troru in wet.ray lIt and roa d-
these bundles! -tLiy are heavy for the very man 1" she gasped, a* she en. money ia completing his collection' earnest request of Cot Leonidas F. Lav Ut year, and swelling the excess week To tweak the seal 101II.1 fair spm cw:
taut I to
TOU to carry If V _' \ -,, .,tered the dining room; ":rho Jt hef -JNVtf Tori $uo. trsto;..resident of the r Georgia State to lG1.( 8 bale. dale gieaeedl My hean almost atood trembltng at. J.
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AGJilCUTUIUL- much greater ease to himself. If one- Something New Under the Sun. Hint to Honcekeepet heard of a woman
half the pains w ra taken bylarmcrs'boys -

to make fast walkers ot the young. Something, entirely uniqnei the construction I Borax ia the water takes the shine out who said she'd walk: five miles

?ICS OP INTKUKSTtoTO nELA'ln-E sters on the farm that usually taken to ... of railroads is About to be put of the face. to get a bottle of Dr. Pierce's

FAU31 AND GAUDKN.RCST. make them trot, tho result would be BRIEF NOTES OF AN INTER into practical l operation between two New To fumigate A room, Lent nn iron shovel if

much more beneficial, and wo would find E6TINQ NATURE. Jersey town The motive power costs and drop vinegar on it. line the door Favorite Prescription she

plenty of teams that could do their five nothing. There are no engines firemen, and windows open. couldn't get it without. That

vnAT: miles on hour with case. But instead of l'rrny ITEMS mOM ALL FOISTS 13( THK brakemen! or conductors to !110 employed, Paint the tonguusof your fever patient woman had tried it. And it'sa

_-'VTheftt rust t clons' to a division: of! this, as soon as the colt is bridled, the SOUTHERN STATES THAT WILL KNTKR and every passenger runs his own train to with[ glycerine, says a physician{ it will

trusts where the fungi causing them de. solo aim of "the boys" is make a trotter TAIlS' TUB READER-ACCIDENTS, FIRES,, suit himself. The new system is a bicycle remove the sensation/ of thirst and discomfort medicine which makes itself

lyetop in several apparent distinct stagesor of him, and both gaits are spoiled. FLOODS, ETC. railroad.: It Is to run from Mr. Holly to felt when the organ Is dry and felt in toning up the system
Smithville in direct line field
forms. In the first or summer stage, Make the colts walk make them a over foul.The
boys and
; correcting irregularities as
roaJcreeks a distance of two miles silk underwear much
ibeWheat: now so worn
fungi what is In order
produce to the Mississippi
extend themselves in Imsinc-M '
a long sweeping expedite .
It i? to be in about two months should be its is
[tailed urea rust," which may develop square walk, and don't be satisfied with constitutional convention has decided completed not rubbed on tho washboard soon as use begun.
[late! in the into the second to hola when completed it will look just likea nor have soap rubbed on it, unless on Go store
stage, anything less than five miles an hour. night sessions. fence with inverted to your drug paya
soiled It
[known an bicycle running specially( spots. should be gent.I
us "black rust. This is much : When he gets to trotting he will go all Ex-Governor O'Neal of Alabama, was on top of it. Each jwcncier has the I squeezed in tho hands in a lather of dollar, get a bottle and try

-mbt Injurious to the crop than red rust. the faster for this preliminary training to stricken with paralysis Thursday, at his exclusive use of one of these bicycles for tepid wnter. second third if
Ear)/ ripening varieties may therefore the walking gait, and if he cannot trot home in Florence, Ala. lie is in a critical the trip and can whit along the mil nt the Have your dress bound with velvet or it-try a.

acpe serious injury, while those ripen. Fast enough to beat Dexter, or Goldsmith condition.E. rate of a mile in two minutes The run velveteen instead of dress braid if you necessary. Before- the third

ing. lAte may be badly' damaged by rust. Maid or Occident. he will have a eait Courtney Jenkins, assistant post. from one town to another can easily be I would prevent your shoes from receivingthe one's been taken you'll know-

New-y York World.IDS ._ that is invaluable for business purposes. master of Richmond Va., under the made in five minutes. This railroad requires purple( blemish on the instep, caused that there's a remedy to help,

:. We hope to sec more attention paid to Cleveland administration, died in that for its use.a upcrinl form of bicycle, by.tho rubbing of the skirts when walk

!: 0 DINE A FOW1.tj fast walking than heretofore, and we city Monday morning.At although the ordinary saddle, band-bar ing. Tho velvet should bo the narrowest you. Then you'll keep on

t! true that tho Guinea fowl is not respectfully urge upon agricultural societies a late hour Saturday night the large and propelling machinery are employed.An line possible on {the right side of tho skirt. and a cure '11 come.

,considered' a valuable bird for either flesh the importance of offering liberal grist mill and box factory of J. 11. Walker important feature of the system
iegg 9. yet in its proper place it is use. prizes for walking horses at the fairs for were destroyed by lire at Rcldsville, the bicycles cannot jump the track, and flies should remember that clatters of But you

fel (o the farmer. Being ever on the the coming year.-National L\M Stock N. C. Loss, $45,000; insurance, 20000. thnt any one can ride thorn without any the fragrant clover which grows nbun help, should be disappointedin

|alert for coming danger thy will answer Journal. The bank of Madison, at Jackson, previous experience<< or skill in the art. dntitly by nearly every roadside if hung the results-you'll find a

M* purpose of a watchman. It is a goodIrian Tcnn., suspended Friday morning. It I The track being elevated is adapted to in the room and left to dry and shed its '

to keep one or two pair, letting DEBTS AS FOOB FOR COWS. was a state hank with a capital of $30. Use in all seasons of the year. The inn- faint fragrant perfume through the air, guarantee printed on the bot.

I them run and roost with the hens. The A bulletin of the Ohio Agricultural 000. Liabilities, $200,000; asssets $22ii,. chines will bo provided for head and rear will drive aWRY moro flies! than sicklySllICrs tle.wrapper that'll get your
lights night use. of molasses! and other
kwks will not catch chicks when tly trap(
any a
I Gtlinea is near they give alarm which Experiment Station, now in press, gJves 000.The The track w built by bedding cross-ties and fly papers can ever collect. money back for you.
; an
entire business
'..ll' chickens heed mil the; result of an experiment in feeding portion Oneonts, three by six by three and a half feet long How many women are therewho'd
j know. They are sugar beets to milch cows, made duringthe the county seat of Blount county, Ala., in the ground once in six feet, and erect. J."Iel.o. ",.0.1...**. ;
I remarkable in beauty of feather, and few was destroyed by fire early Tuesday from to 13 rather have the money
past winter, together with a summaryof log upon them a post and rail structure Money Invested In sums of II
I fouls can in any way compuro with them morning. Loss $20,000, with little In. about weekly or monthly will make you a fortune than health ? And' M Favorite
similar three and half
two made feet
la. Guineas experiments; one by a high, Writ for Inf riuntlon. llonj. Lewis A (.:0.. u-
f plumage. are nothing more the station in 1889 and one by the farm surance. dressed yellow pine lumber This post Is curltr Uulldlng. Kansas Ulty, All). Prescription" produces health.

I than ornamental fowls, and' kept princi- department of the Ohio State University A stock company has been formed at secured to the crJl,-ties by means of bolts
pAU for and Tight lacing la po.*tbly eat Iliad to ronelilirn. Wonder is that there
display watch a
guards in 1879. Raleigh, N. C., for the purpose of and angle-irons.! Narrow wooden stringer tlon as an evouotulo measure It prevent

f among a farm flock of tine poultry.- In the lost named experiment eight publishing an agricultural paper on avery pieces connect the posts and the top walHt. _ _ _. woman willing to, suffer when
1' m, Field and St< largest publication of its character in the upon it i>n which tho bicycle runs. In medicine advertlned. hut none ever eem to dnm a guaranteed remedy
weeks; in \8S9, twelve cows for eight tnuch good a* tlllIlI b'II Tonlo SyrupMn. .-*
EFFECTS 07 ovEnrssDrwo::: 1'r05.'An weeks, and in 1890, twelve cows for south, with a paid corps of contributors. the upper part of tho frame are two .J. A. SatHttt Jacksonville, Fla. in the nearest drug store.

overfed pig Is apt to become nine weeks, the cows in each case being There was a big hurrah in the cotton grooved wheels! which run one in nd-
When girl elopes with her coachman Milleotbl'r \ .
M lyzed in the loina by the effects of weighed daily, as well as their feed and exchange at Charleston S. C., Monday, vanco of the other on tlu single track. man a Is saved from getting a mighty Dr. Pierce's Pellets
when rail. Tho of tho fuddle is
the between
Iwtemia, or absorption of urea in theJillooil milk. day's receipts of cotton were. position IIOUI' wlto. __._ ____ ,_ S
on the black board This the wheel so that the rider is Stomach Liver and Bow.
pasted ,
of 10,130.
by reason indigestion and dis. In each:: of the three experiments tin MALARIA cured and eritdlflittett from the | ,
of tho N the first time in the history of that city carried above tho trackway and ustridc: njntcm by llrnwn' Iron Hitter, which "nrlclioa >
The animalllsesthe and effective.ANEWBOOK
kidneys. Mild
Jtrbunce els.
cows ate more hay and more total dry that a day's receipts have reached 10,000 i the track-supporting structure. the hljmd tone the nerves aid dlgra. .
use of tho hind limbs and Act like charm In n"ralIIIlual'II.III..lua .
dragself matter when feeding on beets than on bales. The handle-bur is located in front of tho lion. a on peraon Ir
about by its fore leg. Of course other foods (hay, meal and bran in 1879, There are 2,105 farmers' alliances now rider in tho usual mnuncr, and while not new energy

!a disordered blood affects tho flesh corn silago in 1889!:!! aDd 1890), and in In North Carolina, an increase of 389 required for balancing or steering, serves The gubernatorial question I Is, after all, adeleiiate FROM COVER TO COVER
one. ,
_renders it undesirable
for food. The each case more milk was given from the since January 7th. This is not so greatas to steady tho rider and to assIst v hen -. HILLY ABRUST WITH TRI TIHIS.
fmseose is chiefly situated ia the spinalMlprd beets than frcm the other foods, but it is the increase in 1880 but this year the propelling rapidly. The frame is made

or its covering,membrane, which is not yet demonstrated that the increase of various alliances have gained new mem double. It extend downward below the

[%flame and so disturbs the action/ of the milk was produced economically.For ben, so that there is a great increase in track ruil! on opposite sides of the track upaTIiONI

f*crvous system of tho muscles of the twelve years records have been the order. The gain has been largely In structure about two and a half feet, and oWEBSTER'S

bins. and hind limbs. The remedy is to kept on the farm now occupied by the the west. has at the lower end small guide-"beels

uce the food; giving laxativo incdiocs station, which shows that the average Theeditorof the nrandon( lis .)/f<7)MW;. running horizontally on opposite sides of

and applying counterirritants to the yield of beets over this period has been tan was on Monday before United :States:: the lower string piece of the trackway to

I toins. Turpentine rubbed on the loins is nearly sixteen tons per acre, against an commissioner, charged with sending his keep the machine in an upright position.

[useful, and doses of one tablespoonful annual: yield of about fifty-five bushels of paper through the mails containing a lottery The driving-wheel front of tho rider is
[once a day with twice as much linseed about twenty inches in dUmetrr und is
shelled corn per acre. advvitiacment. Ho waived examination !-
foil should be given daily for a few days. But a crop of fifty-five bushels of and gave bond in the sum of $.00 connected with a ratchet and chain to the INTERNATIQNAL

LTbo food should consist of grass: clover, shelled corn, with its fodder, will contain to appear at the next term of the United propelling treadles.

f potatoes and oatmeal, or barleymeal slop nearly twice as much dry matter as six- States court.A DICTIONARY
I fire n in moderation until the trouble is If it is dcsimble! to keep an article very
teen tons of beets, and these expcrimeuti Richmond Va.,dispatch of Wednesday
I remove' J. Pigs thus diseased should not Indicate that, whether fed dry, as cornmeal says: Hettie Thomas Lewis, colored, cold, or to cool it speedilyand ice is

16o used for brcedidg.-JViuf York Timei. and dry fodder, or as corn ensilage, daughter of William A.Thoma*,decenaed, not cellar to bo bottom had, a Mill;pnn often of cold water the on the
the dry matter of the corn crop will bound < who is making a l legal fight; over tho estate On hot artt-purpose. .
ASI-ACASC3 SOft A FAMILY OF TEX.: about as! effective, pound for of her father,whIch is Vl\hlellat over very days perishable ;t' .. The.. Anthontio "Unabridged,*comprising
cleft as milk butter or berries, aro some. Imuva of IIK1O9 and '54, cmpTrl htd prop.rtJ'nt .
". Select a plot of ground that is natur-i pound, as the dry matter of tho beet $200,000, has been offered $25,000 to times hung in tho well, as they are BN.JOYSDoth the unilerelRiied, t.l now Thoroughly lt*.
surrender her claims to tho and viand and UuUrged!; ,and bear the
fly well drained, and if little sandy so crop property, delightfully cool and sweet when they the method and results 'when Webitcr'B name of

(much the better. Apply good stable! It is possible to raise much moro than Las refused. r'ap|>car. But ice is best and most ser 8mm of Fiei: is taken: it ia rleasnnt Editorial work International upon thl reniluu Dlotioiurr.liu bees l

I manure to the depth of two or three sixteen tons of beets to the acre. One The Tallftdegi and Coosa Valley railroud viccuble. and refreshing to the taste, and sets pfo$rei>.. for over 10 V...r.. a ,

.[Inches, aud either plow or fork it under crop of two acres is reported at thirty. extending: from' Pall! City on_ the gcntlyyet promptly on the Kidneys, laborer Not I..har. than. been On enfiged* Hundred upon M.paid edllnrUJ
:this fall. next and half tons and smaller line of the Georgia [ I'acine to Inllauvga, A True Tonic. Oer saoo.ooo
Early spring work over seven a per acre, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the upended in preparation
a distance of twenty-five miles, has together Weak /lod enfeebled constitutions need a eye.tern befur the flrel enpjr wa prlnteik
|he soil to the depth of a foot, in'order arens have given still larger yields, but with nil its equipment been soldto rood tonic occaalonally. Now there la one effectually, dispels cold., headaches Critical oomnaruon with onr other Dictionary
i have the manure thoroughly mixed I such crops require very rich land and IonIc which a treat many delicate and wenk and fevers andoures habitual I Invited. OKr THH llEllT. .
the In the culture. Whether it is a newly formed compiiuy, known as folk have UIKM to good "dvant.. ". It reetorr 0. A O. HERRI AHA CO., PoblUher,
ground. meantime thorough possible the Birmingham and Atlantic Railroad tbe appetite and Improve the digestion.. It constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho 'prlalfl.I"' .Ms... 11...A.

Ebrdcr your plants from some nursery oreedman. to produce a pound of dry matter in Company. The sale of the road, it is drins out. It niUrl make one It fuel prevent better coOls and stronger and Influunsa. only remedy of ita kind ever pro- Bold by all Bonkeeller. llhietr.Ud ram hlat ...,

[_ Two-year-old plants are the eits as economically as it can be doni understood its U will aUo chill and .. ,
means improvement and every way. t usual age for planting new beds. When fa corn is not yet definitely settled but extension into other even after all rtbiT treatment falls. Do >ou w.rr....., cud '.".r, ml
territory.A It to the stomach In lie hi. oame and .rile .... ......
[the is trenches lie it. wont to feel itronif and well!? Thru (Iv a prompt aea.. **
ground ready, open with probabilities are against rather novel and extraordinary case trliiI. It called Smith' Tonlo Hyrup, and I. Ita action and beneficial Its
plow or spade to the deph of six inches, tbedNrovery of that eminent physician, lr. truly in
fund four feet was developed at Montgomery, Ala., John Dull of JxmlKvllle. Ky. It I III rapidly effect, prepared only from the most $5.00. ''I 3.00
apart. Drop or set a root FAIUC AND GARDEN NOTES. .
Wednesday. Mrs. EMca filed a complaint taking the place of quinine a* It baa all the : f
and :
every three feet in this trench and fill up, Pcor rations make poor hogs.A aguinst the railroads before the railroad Kond iiualltie' of her drug and none of Its bealthj agreeable substances, 00 \ '. Z 00
hurtful tendeorlr It will nut harm the mootduile&Ie lU excellent I ,\
land level off tho surface. When tho many qualities commend $ 1 (
in which she that the ,
commission Individual la to take U '
squealing pig never fat.Don't alleges very pleomint ,I '
grows i'1 ,
(stalks before if it to all and have made it \\<1 '
appear, or necessary, freight charges on a pony shipped from and never tails to good. .
hoe cultivate to all weeds use Paris green on cabbage.! the most remedy known. s
[ or keep sub- Trenton Texan to her in Montgomery ho popular
"Jamc. I am cleaning house, *o a good $3"0 $
ucd and the surface of tho soil loose.1n Profitable exercise-killing weeds. amount to $((15. a charge which she regards Mlow and beat the carpet a* Ollila!." ":;0. I Syrup of Figs is for sale in 60o OO

: i the fall give tho bed a light top dress- Forest fires start easily; be cautious. as exhorbitant, and claims is more think I'Uabllk.It tbl year" and $1 bottles by all leading drug. $2. *

Jog of manure, and this may be repeated A well-kept lawn beautifies the home.A the than animal is worth. Tho pony is BnowlI'l Iroll Bhtter4 cure, Iyispep.Ia! M... gists. Any reliable druggist who $ L75

every year if you can afford it and desire dropped match burn the barn. advertised to be sold by the railroad btrenvlb.larta HlliounneMaai aide UUettlon lleneral tone lability.the nervee(Ulvu may not have it on hand will procure 'Zoo 1180\5

very large asparagus. When the plants may authorities. tree apMxlte.| Ta .e.t tonic far Nur.laj it promptly for any one who

3i ave set two years you may commence Allow no Canada thistles to ripen The sales of leaf tobacco in the Dau- :Mutben. weak women and lUldnn.It wishes to try it. Do not accept $ .

utting for the table, and with moderate- s ted.Good ville, Va., market in September 'wt-ro will be a cold Dey for Algiers when the any substitute *

My' good care the bed will!! last a lifetime. \ soil and culture make good 008,313 ]pounds, which is 033,448; pounds monarch of that country dies.llowrruoltoforechlldren. pcs

(We: think a bed !50x200 feet would sup- crops. less than the sales for September last. The to taka nuatymrdlclnr CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.

ply a family of ten persons, but, if you Don't that sales of tobacco for the year ending Sep. *. Dr. Hull' Worm p.alro'el' ta.(* SAN FRANC/ICO. CAL
forget turnips are good like dainty caDdy Loen5se. uonviue. .,. SEW noun. ..r.
J wunt to be certain, double the size. We sheep. tember 30th were 24U25,07U: pounds .

Jo not know of any vegetable so easily being 3,878,770 pounds less than for the "".erelll very little poetry in a lawyer'

find cheaply raised at asparagus, and yet Spade up yards; keep the fowls previous year. The price paid this year m..lcal1tellyou.Iabit.mAlng Out liiwrrI J W. L. DOUCLAs
arsalwaya "enll. vdI/-/lAJf
scratching. was $!3.22 hundred pounds being
4t per
appears to always commard good S3 SHOE clul-lt'lMRN.
{ in market. A'tio Substituting one odor for another la $4.47 per hundred pounds more than that Hall'Catarrh Cure I I. a liquid and l. taken
our fun. .
prices -
not dlsinfe tiog. paid the year before. mucous Internally eurfafca and act, of directly the ..yleul.1'11.on the Wool.aud tor"oUOIonl.t"1 ;: "J QU/l/ /r, 7? trrnt_ W.addree t.. POliO.oa.I....$for. Brecht valuable lotonnaUoiw e.51a e*.

The North Carolina state board of free. Manufactured by
A tight barn is better than pensions II
: WAY : GOOD BUTTER. open .J. : & CU..1oledo. O,
on Tuesday; finished its work of For Coughs 0 Colds
to in.Dou't .
It is easy to make good butter if all one keep hay lJ'antd11 2JacJeaaA
the soldiersfor beset
examining application by Advertliiemcnt of r.bcr"1"'lICtlllabould i 4
the conditions are right; if tho weather pour water on your flower beds; pensions. There are 1,530/ of these, up leaded. TherUi. ) it dl*tik*

good, the cream properly tempered and always uso a sprinkler. of which 1,075 are renpplicitlonu, wh le Cur Harm. % /"

[ripened, the churn tempered to suit the Begin to get rid of your poor stock 475 are new, The board will\ next take less Lee ltt.V.,Chin t, quI
[cream, the butter will come when due and to prepare for winter. up the applications made by IOldlera'wido's. oreiajd on reielpt of ,tlOll' .Ito. ?ef2Z'dSed y.
Rand AOelei& (;,jittV: )..ooluU.et..h5i41mll') j9
be in the
state to and
just right wprk Twenty-five healthy fowls are worthone of which there are 2,605:: of
wash. But when tho weather is hot and which all save 313 are reapplications. Timber MloeritU t.'w i.sntio lIud Itaiwbos
hundred half-sick ones. In MiMMiurL K.u...... 'h&,.. and A.Il._ tocat4:4iVUMMER-'
f-sultry, the cream a little too warm, and The amount realized this year from the buUII..tllll ...Mrt ler*Co. "lUuMt.Ut y.A1' 4'7 $
*' trifle too acid, much care must be I Inlaying drain tiles put them below pension tax appr-ximatcs $20,000.A .
frost line and grade as Wonun. bee dUea>..* sal their treatment.JpMeOllmtratert J1 Lrr.c..1,. ,
evenly as
"2sed or the butter will be injured. po dispatch of Sunday from Franklin, ? ; price SOo. Hent upon;. .s It .U pleuent to th.Uet....
When there is no ice to be had and only sible.If. N. C., says: The citizens of Macon county ""ll't nMUo .c....l of ,malUo.ut- Atolr". Prof. I I do. out oonul a panic_!* otuplunof
U. Ki.s.M.D..9liArcI&SLbUt&, I wrl II
veil or spring water for cooling pur. you want to sow turnip seed evenly have voted fur the iwming of bonds to U _ U lbs UMtOuufli loyllilnf eJlol*.U tbWurld. .,
"poses, the cream and churn can be cooled mix a pouud of seed with a peck of the amount of $100,000 for the purpose OklabomaUuld Book and)Iap..nllor.wl..r.. .tat tele >all DraiiMa,
tlDrOlCOlI\lUlr*J i U.'l>lee A Oo.. (...***tAIy,31o.; Frlc. fM per bottle. Dr. leftenck'l Bunk MOiwuuipthn
.L with water sufficiently to make good but- sand.The of uidiogintheconitructionof a railroad _" out lu Ore, aullxl fr... laU_
'ter. Put the cream pails in a tank or tub farmer should buy labor-i vingnventions through Maron county. These bonds are Waff!Irted with *4r*eye.UM Dr,Ixtao Tboa p- ORGAN Dr. .!'.!!:Bob.DOIl'IOA.; I'buw.p

with tie coldest water you can get and for his wife as well as for to run for thirtyypal'l at 6 per cent in. sun's Eye.Wat.r.LJrugu1nt.seII- > -at SXi per bottle I,_ T>UT la Anrut, 8ptmbw. WM. FITCH & CO. -

.change tie water often eno jgh to get the umself tetest, which will be $0,000 per year. Riw'u8ii's PILlA act Ilk. nuigleoo a Weak '. :1) or UctctMT aod .*, .!_ I ,
.. '.. I O J Ounuran IMiU4lB WublntftM. D.U
( "
The road will be built from the Georgiaor mope an .14. $' p.t
>rIght temperature. This: temperature A mixture of salt, bone meal and ashes -- Price Tb U. _kpo a.Jut .
South Carolina
> will with varying conditions; the line through Macon little eejb ouwa..Lola_ PENSION ATTORNEYSof
vary will do harm if
kept can Stomach.Scrofula
Franklin thence" the .
county by to Murphy 0.N.laeenee. ...
: warmer the weather the cooler the cream 7.arI *Z5SVtsOOS. -IUlI-
at it. .11-11'eak-
get division of the Western. North Carolina Oat entln Dula y.unn. tuwt rUlniof all kind* !. ihwtMt
.should be, for it will warm up several praW1I71e.. UtJl'f: Mu ...-ble"_ Ir''J tlttK VeLs.seuceyseuL.PtSIONS .
A dry, airy place is the best ia railroad. wad ,
one wer cOur **errr *
in If it is in the ..
degrees churning. put which to spread potatoes until coLt The Shenandoah Valley railroad was I. Iht moil...|<*i*4 see I.wral ot all die.*... SUMMER Writ Cirealaf NEW LAW CLAIMS.
-churn at sixty degrees and the butter
{ weather sets in. sold at Roanoke Va. teaieely af.i>UU .otlf.y flu toa,It,whl''.Si.* MfJI3IEUOVYEIL' 1100 ( A'I
omes on time it will bo found that it is on Tuesday, at wailt U enry ell,v) lu irerlaj.!*..<. Rood' (Iruo B. stevens &C1

a little too soft for working, and should "The man, the cow and the feed have public auction for $7,100,000 in corupli- lkn\oarIl.II..bad,........'JI._...I*eurlaf e,- 1890 LUDDEN& BATES Au.r..,.. 141. F 8&.0 \V*...!..!... P.O.
|.be cooled in the churn by the use of mora influence thin the system," says sues with decrees of the circuit court of Iv, farm of.era''.5. Tae feed .,.."aail pal,if ulruaalaf SAVANNAH, CA. flrOSck oa...ca..a.... D.tp.lt.tkl.q..
rofessor Cook. lloanoke City, Washington county, Mary. eorn, e...II.(. la the e.cs or (oltre.invar .
1leDtyof water while washing it. Care land and ....... -- -- and WhL.k.y Habit.at .
Jefferson county, "\ eIIt Vir. Into* ? *. pvU l or Md Miad
/-should also be used that the churn should What is the use of getting rid of quack OUM ho.... Wlu.
Louis chairman BW,aare been lurid b/ tai e.aitsl mJW .
gioia. Fitzgerald of the s Pi.i.M! OUt I book 0' ..
.to stopped just as soon as the butter gr3.is. if you can't make something better purchasing committee of the first anti All wM egt!
.breaks[ because it forms large grains grow in its place general mortgage bondholders was the Iu*>prUU *ttlr Irlal.Hood's .Au.oao..*. unto B.aL.wcslLgy Whleo1l&t111PENSIONS to.,
-very quickly when it is a trifle too warm. Keep the weeds from going to seed if successful! bidder at $7,100,0> >. As the Sarsaparilla I, ID Iiii; .
4a working, greater care should be used, you want to lessen the work of killing Norfolk and Western bold a majorjty of Juld by aO dnwflet; Hi it tot&. rrepv ealy (,1'10"11.11LAW.' : .
Tli. I-. .>>. "' ..1". Hl "14.,." w ioJo1o. Preyi. eyeS
or tho butter will look oily, the grain being i weeds: next summer. the bonds of the Shenandoah Valley railroad (/C.L HUUD CO,LoweU.E- lurblaak, a4 S
Melka4 .r.k ribaad la Ik.Wurld, ft will appllMkUoa InrurmaUua. Ysvoa
injured. But if good judgment is the road will now icto its con. O'rJt u, tBl a ......, WmUititam U UHOME
Keep your chickens tame. They do pass too Dosas One Dollar pull >.. ,0 .!'t.. r.r ran Ir alar. I I ,
first-class butter can be made in hot better in every way besides, it Is a trol. ('01 III M'UK.NHtEU: : .'.*.* .. G.. .... __rI
weather without the use of ke.- deal of nt factio:1. AFTERTHEEDTORS.Wi1OL.ELU.E os PENS1O Bill I - < 11 h--aAu,, Itu.w.u, Saurt4a.J......
great; PENSIUNS taoeoiuaiHTlOV.
I lr Uiwhi MAU.
\Cuurier-Jeurnal. I 1raSe5." KINC COTTONBuy I Brr_..'. t;.it.... 4.1 M1 sd.. JII&IIaie"oou4a :.t;
If searching flock for the .
you are your _ _ ---I .
_.... wT .
) ARREST OF KEWSFAPEB MEN b I "ilil. .,", .....emil
select tha ,. tell Cotton
I that hare or JONES
good; layers. pullets .o your A %4uN.ta'
WALKISQ( BOSSES. t'5DIt& TUC yew L&w.A =i.a 5501. ;:MIJJ50.I.IIi :::.t I t MJuettaeued.. (,Jokb IIA.1U MUUkL.
combs and bodies. _. 1iaIe4 BJ PUsS
large long ----- Hum. <'11.- .. .... .
7'One of the most desirable aad valuable! I Cotton Seals. uKr TUtAT.fm. urtu_

gaits for a horn is a walk, aDd it should When threshing take good care of the Montgomery dispatch say: Thenewspaper p.) n1! !. 1.lFd! .* $' CUT BEST Cheap llomis! on Grind Pralrli -Irks
traw. Bright clean straw Is better for $60S.Ton .. ,
men of Alabama Lava tarme 4Jr .
.be the aim to first develop this gait in nearly .. _. UnMMHki iwnutgMtou**, far ftvttaolar. .4fnMrtb .
weU in for all been the c fP.' OT WSOHAIIT05 dsa. I.4Jill r04,0 e. 5 .. ,.
the handling of the colt. The holding as feeling caught by anti-lottery law, I M. Bt If'souso.t, "
good := == : S I -- -- -- -
'ZrE. r N. N.
au4 they are in a = : ._ iiul :
perfect of I.
walker will &1 ways make good time on the Sheep seem to need new pastures more flurry excite. -. ..- --- --- U* .11.folly calf*adon
.road when a day'*journey U to be made, than bovine stock does. They era! officers. Joe Adams of the hart cf lta4iaM.U.
himself and tread the feed down wone. Se C
without wearying while the slowlaoper D..
Star was to the -
brought city Tuesday : Y.
must be constantly kept oa the Any grass Und' that will not yield a under arrest for alleged violation of the I (.t, *U WafaaraaoM WgatMwr
f 5.04
;. trot, if time Is to be mide. A. horse that toll and a half of hay per acre should be tottery law. )fro Adams had a bond with ) yu*<_."<.__."_V
1" > U -
will walk fire miles per hour will go as broken up at once after mowing and him signed by the citizens of OzatV, t f f< IDYCWE'

far in a day confined to this gait, as anordinary pleated with something; even a crop of which the circuit; clerk te tifie4 was worth "I Gsoa. J' .tIo hcsiceae,1M. h .

: horse can, we driven when kept *millet will pay better then neglect end 300000.( lie waived eswoloatloa and THE POSITIVE CURE. .... __ .... w, ,

-Mf of Utt time on tho trot, and witi ca late crop at all. rave bond. EL1' ZJWTKD& aa waa I&. yw. ftAe; so *. "' -U; : . .'.. .... J'QI' 1m,



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LOCAL NEWS. were Messrs.In town. Hall a day Bros.or so, this of week.Sergeant Georgian. DollarIs
0 The Great American
line sold his 8t.JJ >
Mersey pet r i ( E; tj Q

bear to }fr. 3. }.{. Lee, owner of the Hotel ::
Conttniifd from I'nye 1. N U'
Indian buyer, Kocklodgc<< for the sum <

-MHs Bell, of Baltimore was In town of fifty dollars. ;Mr. D. L. Ganldcn acted NeM L c: .. .. ..... ,-I tc:.. 0 Divided Into 100 Equal tParts.

:Friday iMtCounty as agent In tho matter. Many 01 O a y '
$ ) Sm .... tell it had TWENTY
m -= 1-1 It is true the Old-Time Merchant used to you only
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bruin's sale lie &it Cco
Commissioner C. E. Chaffee, friends will regret his ns :
tt.rJ : O a.... parts'!, and he would sell you a 2c. paper of pins for 5('. and pocket your
totlatRYorH. with
favorite evelybody
of Ankone, started: homo was Incoming quite a rhN (\
e:= 3c. A 2c. packet of needles would give him an opportunity to pocket
around the Indian River
-) W. Andrews, of Melbourne, ..l ru dollar. A dipper worth 7c.
hard-earned ,
has been \In town a day or no this week, His Titus>llle friends can, however, visit! = GDP ri f= d g ::a another 3c. of your quart
him 8. THEN cost you lOc.
at Kocklcdgo this winter. m
on business.fl f Cc., 7c. and 8c. milk pans invariably brought "even money, and soon

I). Archibald, Narrow, has !been Proceeding of the County Coin- O ... .: s;, C'-2 through the entire list of everythingyou had to buy.

appointed notary public 1>y Governor JnI louer8. o O .... It will perhaps! astonish you to figure up a bill of $10 at old prices t ,

Fleming.Mr. -0 ; ; s 6: a and thed see whni the square goods will cost you at "Bazaar" Trices.

M, M.( Sullivan: a large fish deal The October Rewdon of the Board of -- ,0 8 'Cto =Qg Then come around and have a talk withJ. .
from !Savannah, win: In town Monday,
er doing 1)lIlnclIsth\ our f1s11C1'men. County Commissioners Is always an Important > I CD a5 tj I: j: ::.d LJ Ioi P. TURNER & CO.,
; one, and we note the following .9 r rM
--(; Lund, who lion been spending '' transactions of the last meeting, which S2? ... sct' "The Leaders of Low Prices."
a few says In town, left this morning for are of general interest Z @
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Sanford The Board was required to sit con tin- b ;t. .

Mr W It. Mncombrr, who has born nouttly for three d.: ys, although the business r'J, IJ E. L. :se:: ::D f

visiting Mil place at Tlllman, returned to promptness was dispatched ns the complicated with as<< natureof much bu CD rP"u \ .0... = =a '

Jacksonville\ jt'ntcrday.fMrn. much of It would allow. L GOCD 1:1 0 Fertilizer.
Garden Seed
Swift, wife of Lieut. Swift, 01 Time registration lists were revised, 70 rl'C IIJ Groceries Hay, ,
names bring dropped from tho list In \I.tI.trj gs ,; -.
the Signal Service\ office, gave our officea precinct :No. 2 (Titusvllle.) This leaven .o-i... 0 4 c:":) I call the Attention of the People of Indian: RIver to my Stock of

pleasant rail Wednesday afternoon. 183 names, to which are to IHJ added O LIUJ &c 1+' Oi-oooriow Fruit

-Mr. and }("II. W. M.' Drown are ex some 10 residents of North Titusvllle, t:=I=::I 1 P. 0 IJ Staple nney ,
who were transferred from the LaGrange And Food ProductsOf
peeled In town next Wednesday. They; precinct by order of tho Board. One 0 .g.., d; 0 All Kinds. Also My Stock of
leave Now York, probably, to-d.iy.; hundred and e
sixty eight names were c- II'
struck from the lists outside of Titus 00 Grain Hay Bran Cotton Seed Meal .
*-.T.: E. Ender it Co. will\ open up their I ;: m ,
vllle 244 in all. Of this number
elltabllllhment E o .
jewelry and watch-makln" ; Ground Yom and Wheat.I
180 wero white and 04 colored.
about Nov. '1st, In the nuw building on am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively In the above line M

Washington avenue, just built by Mr. Election the various officers were also appointedfor sot for Goods. I buy close, and will\ sell close. I invite your correspondence and solicit
precincts, one A Coast Line.It provided, and already 800 soldiers at( your patronage. Very truly,
State and
officers another
Sam Ray. County for IE. L. BRgBY.GEORGE .
Chatham barracks have received orders .
Member of
Congress. 128 are requiredfor
-,Mr. O. K. Wood left here on Wednesday
Brevard county under the present to hold themselves readiness to marchat
inomlir/s train: rn route to New York system. As the number of voters who looks as If the report that an opposition a moment's notice to the protectionof M. BOBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM,

and other northern cities, and expects to have paid their poll tax will fall short of to the J., T. A K. W. to Sanford, Attorncy-at-Law.
the gas works, and of the blacklegs Attorney-at-Law.
,return. here about Deo. 1st. 050, this makes one election officer for to be operated In the Interest of the
every five voters. who may apply for or receive employment
-r. A. It. Hodgson, of Eau Game, Plant Investment company, Is foundedon
Four liquor petitions, to sell intoxicatIng therein. Each soldier has been Robbins & Graham
relumed from his trip ninth on Tuesday liquors, wine or beer In Titusvllle, pretty good grounds, says the Jack served with twenty rounds of ball cart ,

evening, leaving on the following morn- were granted<< viz: F. A. Losley: Frank sonville Weekly Tribnnr ridges.

)Ing's steamer fur Ms homo at the above tenakcr; J. I). Crabb Co.;J. F. Lewis;; It Is well known that Mr. II. M. Flager .
and T. J. Eaton A J. A. Wagoner. Some The company is prepared for a fight
place.J.. opposition was made to tho granting of and Mr. II. B. Plant aro warm per with the men and will defend to the ut. Real Estate Dealers.

1). Graves and C. T. smith, of the last petition on account of the pro- sonal friends and that their interests,are most its right to employ whoever it

Birmingham, Alabama: ; J, T. Jones of posed location of the saloon upon Washngton mutual In many ways. It Is also, well chooses. It Is expected that the men
Decator, Alabama; V. Mason, St. l.oul1C1 avenue, between the depot known that for tlmo
will strike and the result will\ be serious
:Mo; P. A. MooiSi, Louisville, Ky.; and and the post-office and several ,
Coast lines have in
W. II. Lowe, of Key Went; weie registered signers of the petition appeared before a groat measure been Inconvenience to 250,000 householders Members Brevard Abstract of Title Company
, at the Grand View, Monday. ho Board to have their names withdrawn acting Independently of the J., T. A K. who depend upon the company for

-.An attempt was made at the Courthouse The Board ruled<< however, {V. It Is'also understood that a line of llumlnatlon. There Is hardly a doubt,
Wednesday evening to organize a hat tho applicants having gone to the steamers supposed to be owned by H.M. Titusville Brevard. Co. Florida.
however that tho corporation will\ win
of publishing their and ,
Farmers' Alliance society; but the mooting expense petition Flagler are to be placed on the river
was got up so hurriedly and the at- making other business ariangomcnts on between Daytona and Indian River duo In tho end, owing to its enormous wealth P.' O. Box, 230.:
tendiuico that we under. the faith of those names, had acquired a and to tho fact that public sympathy is and Sole for'
was so mongro, the is We Buy and Soil All Kinds of Heal Instate, are Agents a
ring It also
stand nothing definite was arrived at. property Interest In the petition of which coming season ccr- on Its side. large list of carefully-selected Properties In allpal'tll of Brevard eounty.
they could not be deprived by the with taro that tho relations which Mr:
Flagler furnished location and value of Property
-Our renders will bo planned to learn KELIAHLE Information as to character any --
that the courteous and gentlemanly store drawal of any of the signers. sustains toward the East Coast Canal and The International Chess! Tournament on Indian Kiver.

keeper-Mr.( Elwl\I'Itlltllln": Cocoa-has Some $'J, OO.OO will bo paid dy those Transportation Company are of tho most Our facilities for tho transaction of a general\ Rent Estate business are unequalled

again started Into bunness] having dls- four salons, annually, In the' way of 11ensos. cordial nature and that the canal will be and every effort will bo made to give perfect satisfaction to Intending Purchaser
solved' partneiidilji with Mr. Albert A. who may favor ns with their patronage.
Taylor An examination: of his advt. on The report of tho County Treasurer finished to Daytona by tho first of January No l'rol'ertiellU..tOlI! unless the Title Is Perfect.

page 8 will give our readers an idea of was audited and approved I with no likelihood of any further progress Held at the Manchester Athcnannn, Special attention ,,iveti to Colonies and Syndicates desiring large bodies of Low-

the kind of goods he keeps The Indian River Guards, Tltusville's toward St. Augustine, at leant for years England, and just terminated, has achIeved Priced' Lands

-Tho fire bull caused quite a scare now military company, was granted the to come. The key of the Indian and a remarkable and gratifying suc- Write for Descrlptho Catalogue.

among the tow nspooplo on Wednesday. use of the grand jury room, as an armory lalifax rivers U the Haulovor canal cots from every point of view. No less
Nothing serious occurred however other
owned by the Canal Company.It than twenty players of high repute veto
than tho of of
binning a part the
old Baron houxu Tho Lo on Washington ave by tho Assessor and approved. The Is also known that Col. S. J. Fox
A few buckets of water cxtlngulidiod ho of exceptional excel-
nue. soon proved
assessment contains an item of $113,000, owns the right of way and hall ton or ,
the Limits: and our amateur being tho valuation of the bouts of the twelve miles graded of a road direct I lenco. Although several of tho players
Bremen then returned to their homcH.Mrs. .
ndlan River Steamboat Company, which from St. Augustine to Daytona. have held the first rank during the past Cocoa Indian River Florida
MathoHon, wife of Capt. Mathcson were In the County at the beginning of twenty or thirty years, they were all dis- ,
of the Indian River Steamboat Co., the year. It Is a question whether the Anyone who understands railroading Dealer in
arrived In town Wednesday; evening. property of this corporation should beassessed will understand what a dangerous competitor iinccd by the young German amateur,

She also brought her two children and a In this chunty, where it has Its river is, like that of tho St. Dr. Tarnwch, of Nuremburg, who won Paints Hardware Stoves Sin ware & Agateware
principal place of business or In Duval accomplished
goat along from Sanford. The bear and lie principal prize, and ,
Johns along which tho J. T. & K. W. ,
whcio Its articles of association
goat will, no doubt, become good friends County, ho feat of off the
extraordinary carrying
ire long. The Captain and Mrs. Matho- are filed. It Is to bo hoped that the uns. Now place these facts togetherand PLUMBERS' & MILL SUPPLIES, OILS, GLASS & PUTTY, TABLE

Mon are stopping at tho,>> Indian; KlvorHotel. doubt will bo resolved In favor of lire- you will see what on advantage the trophy :without the loss of a single game, & POCKET CUTLERY BARBED WIRE, WIRE NETTING, ,

: aid, and we would remind the Steamboat Plant system would have with Mr. Flag.Icr' winning twelve games outright and A WIRE CLOTH.

-Wo are In receipt of the Initial number Company that the boos hero are drawing seven. The well known English
lower than In Duval County. There Is co-oporation.; In the first place the
of the Irwlngton (Ga.) Blade a neatly blindfold player, Mr. Blackburn, was the
no doubt that the Company should< gotteu-up 4-page weekly newspaper, taxes somewhere a distance of 30 miles. The building winner of tho second prize, and tho veteran hi

with T. W. White as editor. Mr. White The Board adjourned on Wednesday of a road on the line of the Fox railroad Bird and Captain Mackenzie, of New m .' .U
and fourth.
York the third The fifth
whom mdny of our readers no doubt until Oct. 20th, when voters from who the havobcel1lmprollel'ly would be about 65 miles more, or and sixth, fell to Messrs. Gunttburg and .:

remember-was connected with tho Star list w 111 dropped have an opportunity rogstratlon tobo about 00 miles In all. Then a cut of 33 Mason, whilst the last prize was divided

last summer. We wish him every success restored. miles or so to Sanford and a road tapping amongst three others, so close were the
final scores. The tournament, altogcthr 0
in Ills now venture. the rich and fertile regions along
is regarded in chess circles as tho
Beginning( Monday, the Clyde St. PUBLIC MEETING LAST the coast from St. Augustine to Daytona most successful event of the kind since
Johns River hue will recommence their caching Sanford in as short a route as the great London International Chess r
dally service between Jacksonville and Tournament of 1883. Its result will be -
the J., T. &: K. W. now has, without the
Sanford. The steamer, City of Jacksonville NIGHT undoubtedly to give a considerable Impc-) '
will\ leave Jacksonville every Sun. local competition of the St. Johns river tins' to the game of chess, tho number of
day Tuesday and Thursday at 3:30: ,). in, would bo the result. The line of steam- whose votaries ha largely Increased duo DOORS, SASEJ: BLINDS, Et.XOB: :.,

The steamer, Everglade, will leave JackHonvllle era from Daytona would compote for the ring the past few yearn. Limo & Cement, Shingles & Lath.
and The Hon J. X. Stripling, who arrived
Monday, Wednesday I
every Indian River and Lake Worth travel and Guns, Ammunition and Fishing Tackle of all kinds. Ship Chandlery Goods Gauze-
Friday at 3:30 p. m. until\ the arrival of In town Wednesday, addressed a very ,
the steamer. Frederick Deliarry, which crowd at tho Courthouse last freight, and the connection at Sanford E. Heyser Accepts His Nomi- Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasoline Stoves, Coffins and Caskets:
is now undergoing repairs in New York. meagre would make a through line to Tampa. nation. ARTESIAN WELL PIPE a Specialty. Lawn Mowers, Ice
night, the majority of them being color. Cream Freezers; Brick, Lime, Cement and
Meantime tho St. & Palatka
ed people. Mr. Geo. M. llobblns occur LAKE WORTH, FLA. Chimney Pipe; Flags &: Bunting;
-Mr. Sam Ray, while out shooting road would tap an important town on Table and Pocket Cutlery; Mouldings, Scroll Work, etc., etc.
27th 1800.
and in neat Sept.
Tuesday evening, had a narrow pied the chair, a very speech ,
eacalefrom he lino of tho J. T. A K. W. road. Rumors cards and size lists sent free
serious Injury to his right eye. of half-an-hour's duration reviewed the To the President and Secretary of the Catalogues, sample on application. Correspondence
that the combination will be effected solicited and estimates furnished promptly. DJ.
: Executive Committee
When taking aim at Homo quail the protective and fiuo-tiodo policies. Hisemarks Republican of
"plunger" in the gun came out, causing from are plying through the air and there' Dade County, Fla.GENTLEMENI. ,
the powder to fly Into his eye and over his -although a Republican seems to be good reason for It. beg leave to tender
face. When we saw him Wednesday Ills ;andpolnt wero attentively listened tofrom
eye looked much Inflamed, while some beginning to cud, although certainly The sudden summons which Snpt. my sincere acknowledgements to the S. Watson Co.
of the powder still lay embedded in his disagree with htm on some things Crawford received carrying him to New body represented by you, for the honor i
face, as if he had been using it for a tar York seems significant. Under his cffi- conferred upon me by using my name as ,
get while out for platoon exorcise with ho adduced lost night with regard to a candidate for the Legislature, an honor .
the Indian River Guards. Our friend the benefits of piotcctlon. At 8:43: ho dent management the road bode of the unsolicited by me, having not the

Sam must be careful, for w e cannot af- introduced. East Coast lines have been practically lightest intimation that my name would Cori mission '

ford to lose so popular a young man from rebuilt, and it may be that he may be appear before the Convention for any
Col J. N. Stripling, Republican non and were I to consult
our midst in the zenith of his fame. purpose: my own
, wanted to do some more building. AND
lice for Congress from the 2nd. Dfatrictra : tastes and inclination, I certainly would
Considerable commotion was caused whoso lomaiks wore well Meantime wait and see. decline the public use of my name in
about four o'clock, yesterday afternoon, gentleman any capacity. But I recognize the duty
at the residence of the itov. Sidney worth listening to. In a masterly manner we owe bociuty in selecting such as they FORWARDING MERCHANTS. I

Wilbur, South TItusviUe, when a Urge he at once entered Into tho thing for Serious Strike Anticipated In would have serve them in various capac- .

water moccasin w as discovered coiled up which he was present that evening the Largest City on Earth. tles.
in the lobby of the main entrance. Vf
R. Knox, tho painter, who was doing to show to the people of this section thereat In view of the peculiar circumstancesunder Dealers in Fertilizers

Home work on the premises, appeared on ; benefits! that accrue from the pro- which the residents of our county I
The Gu Company: Prepared to FlahtEIIb& ,
the scene just In time to put an end to ectlve policy of tho Republicans as are situated; our isolated condition; the
which ; Hundred Soldier Called Out to nature of our products, fruits, vegetables 3? Henderson I
the existence of the reptile, measured against the free-trade policy of tho Sin: Co's Garden Seeds
nearly six feet. Mr. and Mrs Wil IHIead their property: etc.; the uncertain and unreUable ,
bur had a most providential escape from icmocrata. He tried to prove mail, passenger, and other transportation
serious Injury, for had they stepped upon to those present that the wonderful acllities to which we have been subject Orange Boxes (Crates & Paper
the moccasin unawares, there is no Increase in the wealth of this! countrywas LONDON, Oct. 6-The stokers of the ed add; the importance of national and State ,

telling what the result would have been. to the but Gas Light Company, of London, threaten to improve and maintain our means
protective tariff
of traffic and land
by sea protection
-Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lesley and family he did not say-although he referred to to inaugurate another strike because which wo may be enabled; to reap ,the by CEMENT: PLASTER & HAIR. AGENTS FOR OCALA LIME

were out for a drive through the pinewoods lings 250: year ago-that more money of the employment by the company of benefits of our labor, etc.; all are mat Agents for the C. F. T. REFRIGERATOR CARS.
\last Saturday afternoon, and non-unionists. The directors held a tare little known to the outside world
when near Sunbeam met with rather a has been made during the last; 50 years but of vital importance to the few hundred Till FnrnUh Can When DMtrwl. and MM that
meeting Thursday, at which it was resolved they: are properly: LOADED,ICED BILLED
serious the horse of than in tho previous time
mishap. When turning progression residents of Dade county. and TRACED to Dettlnatlon.
around on his homeward journey he became free-trade to emphatically decline to confine
named and that England-al.
rather impatient and ran into a themselves to the employment of union The consideration of these and other We will Buy all kinds of Fruits, Vegetables, Furs and Skins; in factwe

pine tree, upsetting the occupants. Mrs. though vastly Opulatfld-paYI labor. The storm hu been brewing for weight w'matters routing to the interests will Buy and Sell anything offered to us.
Losley. sustained a compound fracture of higher wage to her workmen than any and welfare of our citizens have inducedme
the right arm but the others were fortunate protected: country In Europe. We have months, and the present contemplated to accept the nomination so kindly Correspondence solicited on any wants you may have.

enough to escape with slight neither time nor space to enter fully into strike, if it occurs, will undoubtedly as- tendered. Should it be the will of our Respectfully J. S. WATSON ie CO"Advocate"
bruises. Dr. Wilson with his usual acme six times the proportions of its voters that I be selected as their representative
promptitude, wu soon in attendance, the merita or demerits of CoL Stripling's in our next Legislature, I shall
and we learn Mrs. Loaley II doing as speech[ last night but we would like to redocessors. deem it my duty as I certainly shall esteem -

Ulu can be expected and that no have seen a few more of our rc&Idenupre60nt In anticipation of a prolonged struggle It a pleasure to advocate with fidelity Job Printing Office

permanent Injury or malformation will to welcome a stranger In a the company baa caused to be erected a and zeal, all measures looking to the
result from the broken bone. It was within interests welfare and prosperity of thecitizens
number of shed situated
very fortunate that the children escaped strange land. Qa kit for Cocoa this long of our county, HAS A COJITLETE OUTFIT OF NEW TYPE OF THE LATEST

L JUll. morning. tho, works, Hundred of beds Ian been (SignedE, EETSSB DESIGNS, CITE; US. A TBIAL.

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