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: July 31, 1891
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: UF00079908:00155
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Succeeded by: Indian River advocate

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Market Review. -Mr. and Mrs. -G. W. Morton, of -Mr. R. F. Hall, of Georgians, Was In -The prevailing inquiry oh the streets -Cap& and. Mrs J. Q. Stewart, of -Don't forget the; Methodist. enter-- ,

NEW YORK, July 21, 1801. Heath, were in town Tuesday.Can town.Tuesday. ."Have :ydu tried whipped cream'" *2SMr. Coquina, are in town, stopping with Mr. lament; to-night. .

The week opens with a liberal supply yon describe the taste of whip -:-Wanted-money to'loan.qn absolute -: J., -Walton; of Eau Gallic, isin and. Mrs.,A. A. Stewart r-:It Is 'evident from the card"of'Caj*. ,'

'ot watermelons; fresh receipts aggregate pdeream"ehoronhl11n11A:: !! !!! *25 safe real estate security.. Ten per cent town stopping at the Indian RIrOr' -Dr;: Scroven, of this town, and Mr. Richards, which appears In" this must, r ,
today$ carloads; there is a good out *"1" J. 0. Carter of Klsslmmee returned, on that he proposes to get along withodt] ,
f tree of all obtained for lender. Hotel. '
let with -Mra. E. B. FUtgerald is In town expenses, "
lOa to 170.
u prices steady; fancy, ; from their trip to Miami, the; services of the Indian River Stean-.,
12o. to 14c. small lOc the out- RobbinsA air Graham. 3tf, Entertainment to-night at Mason* Wednesday,
primes ; ; i Again, having-retnroed from her visit to oat In -From
look Is that fresh solid melons will and appeared to be very much pleased Company future. wlflftj:;
10 Halir and
Can ,Gallle. -Miss Jennie Altrce, we are sorry, to Take your scats early enJoy
pay to send forward, a*.only such will with the general aspect of that country. i we are able to gather front "those tvto': _
will leave for her home at | the f un.Whipped.
nave the staying qualitiaa to keep them, Bathing and swimming, clubs seem announce ; Bear In mind ,that J. I'.. Turner 4 are In a position to know it appear*tW .
while so long in transit; therefore ship to be one of the all-Important topics at Sanford next Wednesday. Her bright ;:" cream. can'only. be had'a' "old reliable steamboat company! ,mrs*'
t nothing over-ripe. LeConte pears In present presence will be missed by her many J.-F Torn.or .Cb.'s soda fountain In Co. carry the best line of shoos, clothing the pineapple king have about 'mndh
light supply, but owing to henry re- friends. Titusville.: Oni160. *23 eta, to be found in the city, and their as "
ceipts of California and others, pricesare -Try the new drink "whipped!cream"; I ",' per glass. prices are ffrmly: resting on "rock bet love for each other all'a certain well,
ruling lower and aelling from f2. O at the Bazaar soda fountain only five -The Misses Aline Egger and Louise -Mr. end Mrs. E, G. Ylvoll and ,Mr. tom" It will ,to give them a known individual has for hoi/water,- XI 'a
to $3.60 per bk; crates 75e. to II. .cents *25 Rosser of LaGrange, who have been'on M. F. Mount, of New Nork arrived. .In pay you In their line. is probable the place known as EdeniviHl ,r
N. C. muskmelons. We.: to (1.60 bbl. call when needing anything
Onions l per -Quite a number of our young folks a visit to Senator and Mrs. II. 'S. Williams town on Wednesday evening's! train, be l obliterated from the maps of the' 3U .
'2.60 to $3, Grapes Delaware -Sheriff and Mrs. Jas. Bowman who
15o. to 20o..i; Niagara, lOc. to 150.; black attended, the dance at LaGrange, on Fri Rockledge- returned to town,,on .rDioo. on Tuesday morning, .Mrs.' T. & I+'. W. system. It fs also probaljee
In Florence Station
>4o. to 8c. Sweet potatoes, red, $2.60 to I day night last. I the Ancient City Tuesday.One Risher,.:wife. of Mr. L. R. Risher ,gunsmith -; have been away that the proprietor will be able .to. .u*.
$4 bbl. Peaches carriers $1.60 to$4. Te-nn.,' and other places, 'returned to
, < per' 6. 8.,P ALMEI.I" I -Mr. J. W. Huntington left here, on I or two thousand EgyptianQueen of.this place. She.was buried, In. town last night looking quite well and vivo such,obliteration.As ,
Saturday last, to look after bl&-1>rang+I pineapple lIuQkers'for sale. Price the snburbo, on Wednesday. The Sheriff has gained about '- apropos of the existing dancing ''
' Range of' Temperature at Enterprise and.retutnll here C23 per hundred delivered ''In bulk at outside of the '
grove, aDavie, living just 22 pounds while Mrs. Bowman has add rage we clip following from an exchange .
la TUairllle tomorrow evening. Titusville; 60cts extra boxed. Chas. H. '' : *'Tho is the'
town was accidentally by her bus ed 10 pounds to her avoirdupois. navy quadrille
... For the week ending last 'n ght.,Jut, -Pineapple and vegetable land at Nauman Haulover, Fla. 25tf band, yester 1tPI'. Wills la'attending .-The work of the final survey on the newest dance at )par Harbor, where'*V

30, 1891, .compared with that ,of the Tropic; for sale. Six hours from Tl tusvllle -It Is the early bird that catches the tier* and says she will be all right In a Lake Jessup Indian River and Atlantlo was given for the first time last,:weelu:

.corresponding week in 1800. Recordedat ; daily steamer Few acres cheap worm, and the woman who hesitates four:days.A road was oompleted last Monday )lIght. :A'figure representing the bow olla .

the U. S. Weather. Bureau;.office, TI. now. Apply to Robbins Graham. 25tfCapt gets left-.all of which tends to prove' ,*_ 'now bathing club has been started A full report Is now being prepared by Is formed in the centre of a room by, h.

tusvllle.'' B p: Paddlson ,started on that procrastination Is the thief of time in town;'the members'occupying the old Chief Engineer J. O. Fries :and will ,be dancers, the gentlemen ata dln'g'JnJrOd' J '

1800.$. JULY. 1801. Monday morning's train, on a visit to and Its precious: ,appurtenances.There building belonging to Mr..E. B., Wager forwarded to: Chicago at once. It will of their partners..,. When, the', ;ins alW: .\s
DAY Max. Min. Max Mln 'forth Carolina. He*la expected back are about four' hundred jSeml- south of.his-wharf, Quite a'number of be decided positively next week whether sounds, the first couple waits In and hilt t. "' Srw'

248170'25 80 75 86 68 79 78 tomorrow. nole Indiana In the Everglades who the young men of op.r town are joiningEverybody the road Is to be built, and u the estimate among the other couples, 'stopping./ r.'l! :. '
26; 88 73. ro 71 -Dr. Dodson started on 'the Ancient hold about 150 slaves. They are said to .. of cost"of construction,, according side the last'one, This movement Is en>,- .

27 85 73 02 73 City; Tuesday for Oak Hill where he all live together, and receive the same should go to the entertain, to the last survey, Is' lower than, anticipated periled by each of tha..couplea ,ln( tui..' ,,:
88, ,88 71 02 t 77 was called attend to some. dental treatment. Last year a colored girl, whole ment at Mwonlp'Hall, to-night .It Is It is very probable grading wJU be Then a quadrille tune strikes up, and said-

80.29, .80 85 73 74 94 94 70 78 work., a slave among them came'to Bartow For the be lt'pf j Methodist Church. begun,and energetically pushed at once ter change of partners, the dancers Jowa i

J. E. LAKOOKTTK- Observer. -Stop at the Travelers Hotel when you and was told that the 'negroes ,were 'all Take your f liter, or your cousin, or youaunt rMeer...Atktnnon,Cameron and Goldsmith position for a quadrille, the feature iff
go; to Jacksonville;' tinder the management free, but she refused her freedom; and ; If you.h ven't any take some other took' to 8t which Is that, In'place of balancing ,
a run over Augustine
The Latest News. of Burton K. Barrs. See' dvt. on returned to her master.-Bartow AVic fpljlow'i sifter, eta Admlllllon'yef1 last Friday; returning, Saturday night;' the corners, the couples waits tog thetBnperl'otend :..... y, ,

Quay haa'reslgned from the national ird page. *t.f' -The new dynamo of the :TltusvlU* modest; (only-25'd".", A fino program has They went for the purpose of viewing' nt Bent; of the "Inditat t !;
republican executive committee; Also -Mrs. Chas. Sweet arrived in town Electrio Light Co. Is now In running: ,>. been prepared. \ the military 'encampment, and report River Steamboat Company,took a pat r' "1,

"Blocks of Five" Dudley. Rev. Sam Saturday evening from Enterprise, on der; and )II'. Endor is making everything Shrimp are becoming l quite plentifulIn having had a''good time. One .of the of friends on a pleasant trip to the bea 1l,;;
'Jones a'UoUlton.was welcomed Texas audience with stale, yesterday.eggs, by a short visit to Mrs. D. L. Ganlden. She ;'0 along "as smoothly ,u a .marrf age the river in the vicinity of Titusville. party had a rather disfigured countenance at the point known'aa PeppeIIIsulovu6:

,James Gordon Bennett has been indict ',returned to the above place .on Tuesday. bell.", Every particle of the machlnerjlalrept Tom Decker scoured several quarts In 'a ,.as a result of his trip, 'and wo at last Sunday, In the naphthalaunchfigrirft;; 't-
,ed at New York, for publishing details morning's train. I : scrupulously clean; and, In fact, fart minute/lIi; near Cape Washington, the first supposed he had run up against a The party did not leave TltusvUle xuAB

of at the-recent -executions by electricity I -M Samuel C. Bass, representing so is the whole electric machine room.' Other day. Shrimp,are considered quite threshing machine during his absence. 10:30.'m.: and returned;, little ta r or Ji,,

Sing Sing. the Diebold Safe and Lock Co., of,New Any person who' has not visited 'the a ,,'dellcac,; by epicures, and their' appearance One of his comrades,however, explained seven In the evening.. They.did:pot rat-. ,. ;}'

LOCAL NEWS. York, was in town Tuesday looking Electric Light Co.'s works should certainlydosp. > win| be quite an addition to our that the unfortunate individual with the counter any-mlahape'aid; :were :wltLorft,, It; .. ;
after the interests of his company. He Our reporter'took a''cur bill of fare of sea foods.Cye decorated face misjudged the depth oi anyone on board who had' visited::Mas "

left for other parts Thursday.Mr. sory glance at the dynamo and machinery '- of the proudest men in town water, when making a graceful.dive,and locality before, Captain Bent relying'entirely

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'with J.laa1Uy.wk.and Lake Brief Worth mratlou*e of.- arrived In town, Tuesday evening! -and I what excellent" order" ,everything. :-F. .I wben'M appeared,at,Mrs. Decker's model a dredging,machine. ''Ho feels naturally eating the channel. The auccess et tiffs ; '
.ttens put
XnterMtinc Evratel 'Alxrat P.opl. To. left'on _Wednesday's steamer: for his kept -. -_-- r boardlng'house,"with. a twentytwo.podnd rather "sore,". and we- will not trip In"a boat drawing'twou p'fit ,

.Know .and 'P opl. Ton Don't Know-: place at Indlanola, where he expects to boss,' M a token of the high regard describe the occurrence in detail. feet of water, demonstrates! that t&enar-' .r

.Picked up by Ovr Society Editor. r amain a week or so before returning to a "_ he bears for. onr editor. This -At the banquet given In London to Igatlon of Banana Creek,'by''steamb'*$,: .'.

.- its home in the above State. Mortgage deed. Warranty deed, skillful,fisherman hooked the splendid the British commission by. the Columbian Is perfectly practicable, UnC..:BentaaB.nlooe ,

=r-'Advertisements: under this heading -Mr. and Mrs I. M., Mabbette and Quit-Claim deed Bill of sale, specimen he 'bore'Ju.t' off Band1'' Point, Fair Commissioners, Tuesday }before Mrs Converse, Mrs; Decker,: Dt1 ri d'

are ten cents per line per week.' two little girls, who, have been on a trip Tax Satisfaction sale deed of mortgage; Tax Leases certificate, or rather Capo! Washington, with the returning ,to America the most significant R. B. Cable, Jr., were among,thosa'wlt" : *

-Whipped cream"ynm-yum." X25 to Lake Worth returned home on Wed' Assignment of mortgage, Froclpe for beautiful reel and rod presented to him speech made during the banquet made up the delighted party: .r

-Get the ADVOCATE at Dr. Screven's. nosday's steamer. 'They are all looking Bond for Title summons, etc by his friend M.- H. Chamberlln, of Detroit was that of Viscount Cross secretary' oi -We regret to ''learn that our did

Fire Cents per copy. remarkably well alter their outing and lOo.For sale at the ADVOCATE:office. One Mich., wjth whom he spent a week, state for India, As Cross Is'a cabinet friend, Conductor Villeret, has met Wl tJi. .,
three 25o. dozen COo. hundred
-Mr. M. B. Bu started north yes were very much pleased with the Jupiter j;;$3.Also ;. ; ,one following the favorite pastime of ,Sir officer and as he Is honored with the severe accident Dr.. F.'Q111aretait. a, .

terdayj; and will, probably, be away un* and Lake Worth country attachments In It..ta. $1.00: six Isaac Walton,last winter. friendship of the queen, his utterance .f s Jacksonville received a latteroa'afts.\, .. ., ..ffi-
til December. -B. D. Cable, Jr., has already eats b sets, $3.00. Ten in each set Copyright-: t -The lord mayor of,London, Sir Joseph said beyond doubt to have been authorized day morning stating that Frank'wass.z ,..

Why send your Job work out of the ished quite a reputation as a fisherman Wedding -.*.>Cards Barory,'st the Mansion House on by the government The Viscount verily Injured, ,one:,of, hls>leg :;vbelst; ,;

|Qeounty., when you can get It done neatly, 3e took a little excursion before breakfast We shall be pleased to Jlo day,,Jianqu.tted the foreign committee said that he wished to, assure America 1 broken his back receiving "VetO".1n-.k.J : #}_

cheaply and expedltiously at the ADVOCATE the other morning and presentedIfrs. receive share of your &: of the Columbian Fair Commission the strongest terms that England was lee, and, on the whole, ;Wai".Y1;baby| S: : V <

: office Decker with a twenty-pound bass I {Job Work-envelopes, Lady Savory and Sir Richard Webster, heartily and entirely With 'the United bruised. It teems, that, Condai4'W .: i; .'
Before several of his fellow letter-beads,note-heads, and other' States In the matter, and that she would lent In -
-:-Mr. U. D. Hendrickson's schooner, boarders had billheadsstatements attorney general members oi was his usual position ,an COSH. .
Emily B.,of Lake Worth, arrived In town thought of leaving their beds.. IQ: or anything else. the*royal commission appointed to supervise do everything possible to Insure the beat dueler on the Richmond A Danvllle;rait */;.

Monday morning her captain having -Queen Victoria now rules overpopulation a --.. the exhibits of Great Britain at representation at the fair not only of way.PiedmontAlrUnedlyWoulw'hesrthe

some little business to attend to,in town. scattered In the font quarrs h' the fair,'were present The lord maormade" England;but of India and the colonies. accident ,occurred, Frank; 'was s .. '
At two o'clock m. she hoisted sail and speech In which he Cross also promised the American committee -
p. of the globe and the Islands of, the warmly commended popular conductor ne running; on.'that
started for New Smyrna:on "her way to, sea, aggregating 887,001,000, a 'greate rBread is the "staff of life." Altree's the Chicago fair to the English the heartiest operation of the train between here &.DdJacbon'Ville''j

-Jacksonville. number than has ever acknc-vrledged the yeast cake; never falls to make it Ask people saying that he believed It would I government. The'speech was enthusiastically .b his'many friends will much;deplore :MM< .

-on and after August 1st the undersigned sovereignty of onr person in ancient .or ;your,grocer for them. 23tf.Mr. exceed any exhibition held, up to ,the applauded by all present serious and unfortunate nf hap., 81ne :: -' '
having severed all connection modern times present United States Minister Lincoln -Quite A little- excitement occurred the above was In type'a rumor has gow ', ..
with the Indian River Steamboat Co., Charles H. Sergal! A Co., Chicago, nent- & Kltchlng Sebastian's promi returned thanks for the United about 950 on Suiulay: evening in-town. around that Mr Villeret was dead,... '
there will be no outside freight signed will publish soon the following:,"On the store-keeper, has been, spending a States rWton"P'lreP'. The firing of a pistol by Capt. Fischer, that Conductors Kldwell and }3hafi: "

for at the Eden wharf or put In warehouse Indian River" (Illustrated), a prose Idyl day's day or steamer.Mr.so in town.. He came up on Sun. was the excited cry on Washington suddenly awakened the quiet echoes oi had been seriously injured, In); b 'gitw'. '(;> ,
nor will be received of semi-tropic woods and the evening, and one of our reporters ,
; any guests waters P.C.' Allen of avenueMonday evening, and __.1_ ..._ __.. ___._"_ _<___..u hU_ .. accident.. "V-. ;, ; ;..'.. :
the Eden Grove House, as It is permanently with Interlarded chapters on the climate Georglana, who upon our reporter visiting the scene of tllAUU v'gy+u qUlI:1I nnaU8 wwaral me ,- -
closed: Thomas E. Richards, game and fruits of the Indian River has been on a trip to DeLand and otherplace. the commotion-Messrs. Norton Lew spot from whence the sound 'proceeded. Fort Pierce.: : ,:. Sffsf *',*

'ProI'Tletor.Xr. *25 country Florida, by C. V. Hlne, of the ., returned Tuesday evening, saying "is's-he discovered A large I lamp had fallen Upon arriving at the spot, Mrs. Lorrii-; L
Inter Oetan. he found It so hot while away that he to. lard was discovered outside the of -
M. W. Llchty started for Eau floor, the oil from which madea gate 'The weather has
-Captain and Mrs. T. E. Richards of was glad to get back to Indian Rlrar.d her residence been very 'wet 2tesv ,
last blaae. No considerably excited
Gallle Saturday morning to seethe to big water or other means lately. On Sunday rained a great< fixing of three telegraph poles that Eden came up to town on Sunday, an -The sloop Scud, lately owned by Dr. to extinguish the fast-spreading flames while Mr. Lorrillard started for a. Jan- There was ono

had been struck by lightning. He re started for Jacksonville on Monday M. B. Sums, of Courtney, has been purchased was handy but by the aid, t.a table- tern. Capt F1ICher,"wlth a pistol, and the store last Saturday or two looking drummers upor Ja r

turned Sunday, overflowing with praises morning to attend to a little business by Mr. Geo. Altree, and she will cover, sand and other mean, the conflagration Mr. S. H. Itay, with a doublebarrelledshot ders. -'
They returned ........._, ..
Tuesday, and left for now be used for stood .u. t
of the above picturesque-looking hamlet. Eden excursion parties. This was subdued before any dam gun, ground, while Capt. We are sorry to ice that Mrs. RuasdsV <,
In fact, he was quite charmed. with Eau Both on the Wednesday evening's steamer will be a good thing for our towns pea age was done. Had it not been discovered Faddlson and Messrs. W. M. Brown Is so poorly, and hope she will. Loon, ..JJe,
Gallle. : Captain and Mrs. Richardslooked pie who feel Inclined to make trips to and extinguished so quickly .by so Howell, Theo. and Plerro Titus, Jas F. *

-The Star, last week said: e. "It is u if Eden agreed with them. the beach or elsewhere many willing hand the block In which Mitchell aDd others surrounded the see. If Us 1.I1T"JJSI -_ r

aid that Mr. Lee did not fail to return -The steamer Sweeney u annonne dThe cigarette law for this State the ADVOCAT*,stands would have been I house. As soon u the lantern came,' a. we':1ad'She has had an Attacker r. &.

via a certain town in north Georgia, only in our last Issue started down the riveron which goes Into effect And lath. next, ft thing of the past the following day. thorough examination of the premises ..
a few miles this side of Chattanooga. Friday, to take the place of the Ancient provides that it shall be unlawful for any; It Is only a short time ago we drew attention I proved the bird bad flown. Had the The carpenters are again hard at wade

We are uked "If there is anything auspicious City, at that time on the Eau, G al. store-keeper, saloonkeeper,merchant, or to a simple remedy to extinguish I with burglar the, In formldabls his flight came king In Implement contact to on have Senator It finished.Quay's house, and hope' *..oo.. =t

attached to this round-about... lie ways, undergoing repairs. Both the any other person, to sell to,'but for,give fire, and which everybody should keepat of war carried by Mr. Ray there Is no ,
it to Georgia," but beg to refer them to Sweeney: and Ancient[ City came up Saturday to, or In any other manner dispose of. toaDy Rand For the benefit of our readers, knowing what the result would have A sloop, now anchored at )(r. Falnd!
said night :The Sweeney now lies at been. It appears that Mr. and Mrs. Lorrillard dock, lost two of her anchors at ....laA
the parties Interested. It is one of person or persons under the age of we again publish It this week, and It !Is -: week. She war to '
going WeeV
oar late and popular young ladles is in the City Wharf and the Ancient City 1s 18, cigarettes, smokettes, or cigarette u follows Take ft saturated tolutton oj and Marion and nieces Lamb, the had Misses Blanche I i Key
her been spending The Alliance held
usual Its
on run between fortnightly! .
New meetIng
that region.Hamilton. Melbourne.A Smyrnaand paper where prepared for the purpose. common tlHUltlng.lIHl (a saturated solo* the afternoon with Cape and Mrs. O. r, on Saturday,.when, flvenewmemtxa*' ,
..;;. DUtton the Philadelphia lain and wind storm came with of making cigarettes of any kind or description tioa being*U of the,soda that win dis. Fischer, and In the evening upon enter. joined. They DIn.. mew, nearly LJthfcte.- ..

who Is interested In sugar cane p1&DtlDlfa great force on Sunday afternoon np blow whatever; any person who violates !solve Ins given quantity of water) is ft on lag the their staircase premises' and footsteps the little were dog heard members *'
the Everglade region of Florida wberehe ing at f velocity of 48 mOes per hour. the act shall be deemed guilty of a mDahtlecU"e agent In putting oat fires thrown violently down stairs, while The Florida Canning Company's.-J)1ao.
hu reclaimed thousands of acres of The Reckless, owned >by Mr. Lorrfflard> misdemeanor and upon conviction -equal,to the best patent compound. some one made grab at Mr Lorrtllajrd. here looks very neat Mind nice. havlar ,
land, under contract with the State,told drugged her anchor and drifted thereof. shall be punished, by Imprisonment Old bottles Of jugs can easily filled with It being quite dark, all were considerably been fenced all around, and all rrubl3'
agalnal. in the it and corked. Then alarmed and rushed Into the street up and raked off clean.:: Any daym*
that his county jail, not to ;
exceed will
me yesterday product for keep forages bj
the City Wharf, but many wining hands and It II probable that during the seen a pretty deer, belonging to
the year, on which he has asked for tie were Immediately on the spot and six months, or by fine not to exceed;10A.', mdy.for... Too sprlnkje the the burglar rushed through exeltement Frank D. Everett n
assisted '
Is The act,makes; U the duty of At siwiO liquid on,the fire If YlthJQ.reach the front door .
government bounty 8,000,000 pounds.The In protecting her from damage. ", or got over the fence, and We are glad totee that th peoplo.
bounty wen amount to 900,000.tan "I After the storm abated, Capt. Fischer his deputy constables and poUoe oAeers, throw ti bottle! at It if out of, reach- so made good bu escape. If he should taking *"L Interest to our De., ehurdl.-.i
treble It next year" said Mr. die and Mr. LorrUlard sailed her who shall receive one-hall of the floe" any ws7tat It on, thi flame; and once ever climb the fence again be had bet Next Saturday the young mea'iutemlt
back Gar
to bro posed, to procure warrant and there U acts lib ayhanD. keep a sharp eye; on that blunderbuss grubbing a 'I'
: arrest Cat this Dew '
Howard la New York out toad to, Ute
ton.- Preu. anchorage the of Xl. Dam .
person or persons violating the act and paste H '. ** ', for '* ta nor OIl the tlultdIJIg. : '
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XindaeM." nor, to the left a second i further to) PEARLS QF TIlOCtillT. $65 OUR SILVER QUEEN $65

Hast Coast dfD'CaiB. Like a sheltering rock jrhea. the' simoon Is the left a dead pony; Co'the right a prosperous I. It possible A flret-o ... Buffffy with Sllver-platad Dash Rail Seat "

nigh wounded one; directly'In front of hand > When men they are Rail. Handles, Hub Bands, an* Shaft Tip, forabov. prlco?
I!). a spring In Uw deceit embowered we
twenty feet away was a redskins Id love with life. r c: '
find; () > 0'II ("
TITUSYILLIl! J FLORIDA. kkklng and 1['uggUog. I had; just Most Lava 'lhorL 0 :> MQ ''' )
the and m
.. .... Like rain to grass that U withered great men great w :z 0 < / > ra
----- dry{ got a rest on fay left elbow when he Most great women have great fathers. >- >- W (") C .t '

7 g A satirical correspondent rays it It Like declined dew to,the towers when the inn has ant up. The right tide of hit head The lest of two good things becomes .. tj( z2 Ct'

safe for Amerieani who was all bloody from a tabre cut which :
: perfectly ts the angel of kin Inest, In sympathy's a pcsiliv wit If wo.follotf it to the << ZPlZCZ>
. 'Jjave'money: (to spend to travel In Half guise, had shaved off an ear, but this would neglect of tho better. OiZ< s
To the weak and feint have been a trifle to him. He mutt C
the weary. who by .. a O ,t 'I
The secret of,being loved is In being O. ;
the w !
way J have been dismounted by the shock, O p s
- Accordng! : to the official yearbook Who faint and are tad, u BC.'s cherished as I was, and had also been trodden lovely; and tho.secret! of being lovely F., a u x ti 0 )( :Aa
prize Is in unlol dJ. ... ..,. III [IJ
\ 0 of the Church of England, which hat It wrenched from the In Uje heat of on. Hit right arm hang limp and Jils! being Q; ... en 0 111

recently been published, the voluntary the day. rasp ) : back was broken. Ha'fell back at ho A man can nsnally.tcll his own falo a j bO D1 o x >c1 M

offering for church building by the tried to tit and rolling half by going out and looking at the weeds < '0 ::0 ::0 z:
It comet like ,the rainbow, gorgeofas and up, over 3 m Ja. 0 \' {:
people daring the last five yean hat bright, war, hit eyes looked squarely into on the grave of 'a friend who died a

i. amounted to abont$25,000,000. This On the brow of the cloud, portcntloni and mine. year ago. WrIte i for our New SO page AddressSOUTHERN Catalogue) of all kind of Vehicle

does Dot Include the mm expended for dread ; Talk of the fury In the eyes of a Most? of .tho great are like mountains .

mission. work. .. It come It...,.like. the daybretk' God'' blessedWhen tiger brought to bay of a lion crippled with the valley of ancestors on BUGGY CO. '

-- -the- eight has been long and tears and waiting to strike a dying one side and the depression of posterity CINCINNATI, OHIO. U. S. A.

,The wUn5ise"i for-the' 'defence in a have been ihed. blow-of the fire burning In the eyes on the other. \

libel lull at Montreal, Canada,. testified Tls the tong and, retain that the glad of a mastiff attacked with hydrophobia Men, at a rule, are furiously jealous t

that '0 high did the character of angels sang and Impatient to destroy The face of their wives. But there never was AJpOSS i,,
When the Feace-Frlnee was cradled Inpoverty's of that Indian the face of demon
the plaintiff lund it was Impossible to was a a man who would admit that his wife t
arms, fresh from the confines of Hades. The \
libel had a right to be of him. J
htm. No one would believe hit And "good will" to mortals from heaven oat jealous
halo In his made the blood chill.
traducers, and hence hit business rang, eyes One of Iho saddest things about human r a rb6Eoe
landing could not loffor. On this Whoso solace: and succor humanitywarms. Tho desire for vengeance burned out nature is, that A man may guide S Et Ittttf f' 4
like a blaze on a hilltop at midnight'+ Ilesttt: tttEEltbEflEEI : J
ground tho jury returned a verdict for others in the path of life without !
0 these words are the sweetest on earth or In I felt for my revolver with my loft
the defendant. heaven I Walking in it himself; that ho may bea t' "
hand. E 6 I
It was In the holster of my 1
J = Kindness and charity( peace and goodwill pilot and yet a cast-uway.
taddle. My carbine was at my back, ; o e r
The of -
experiment telegraphing
As the shadow in the
early morn-
orders to hare been Till a love that is God-like to all may be but I could not get at It, Injured as I r'UNSURPASs ,>
money appears ing, Is friendship with the wicked it
given, was and tho slightest movement ;
giving -
successful in England, for the British And every heart human with kindness me excruciating pain. Was ho dwindles hour by hour. But friend ( :D ,I tsv c'NG q t

postmaster-general hal intimated that shall thrill. ship with the good increases like the (,FOR ,) L" .J'
y armed? : t .
I taw hit left hand
may now be tranimittod by i iSete. TONE TOUCH FACTORIES
down and seize the handle of his tom. evening shadows, till the sun 'of life .
telegraph; order between all head and t; IN THE 1?
branch ofllcet In the United Kingdom ahawk, and as ho raised ho trIed to AiD! I N IS '
utter a shout of vengeance. He could Let each one test his ambitions and
I at which telegraph business li done; I
not sit up, and hit right arm was helpless see to it that they aro worthy in themselves :
The amount of anT tingle order; must BT )I. QUAD.
not exceed $&0. but shutting his teeth tightly together and laid on tolid foundations, : Co

There to force back the pain, ho remembering that the truly valuable, _
were only 60 of ui cavalry to i
waved the tomahawk three or four man it valuable in every stage of,his TEEEE HAUTE NEWPORT"Patent
The agent general for the Capo of guard a train of 80 wagons; the Indians
Good Hope South Africa ii times to get an Impetus and then flung career.
officially could have borno us down by
informed that tho results of the recent sheer weight of numbers had they it at mOo It passed over me and sunk There are very few women in tho
census, expressed in thousands, are as10llow possessed tho nerve to charge en masse. into the earth. world who will not get up an hour

,: European, or white, 877,- At 2 o'clock In tho afternoon I countedat Had he any other weapon? He layback' earlier In tha morning to find something -

b9.2.1 aboriginal, (blacks,) 848 000 I all least 400 of tho hostiles in tight- panting with pain nnd exhaustion to cry about; and very few men
after hie throw, and again hit who will not got an hour earlier in
t1.59orod t eyes' up
} ya49s" 299.200 ; total, every ono of thorn mounted on his war
12L; p000. Total census ot 1875, pony and armed with a good rifle, It glared Into mine, while tho blood the morlning to find something to

oozed from hit wound and ran down carp at.We .
7000, exclusive oft Transkc 'Qs( POD Winchester. .

tHeta, the population of which in 1874 Sixty troopers and $0 teamsters (to Lit throat and neck, can be thankful to a friend fora

'was 157,000, and which now numbers 400 rodsklnt. Dig odds In favor of Hate I Vengeance I Fury I Hope few acres or a little money; and yet

10,000 Europeans and 476,000 natives; the whooping, screaming, defiant riders ( Dctpalrl I read each feeling at It For the freedom and command of the

increase, 804,000.The ?and moro to because out of the paned through his heart-read it from whole earth, and for the great benefits -

80 teamsters not more than half would the eye which burned and glinted and of our being, our life, health and

,newest envelope in Europe li lire a shot in case of a grand charge. blazed until! I grow faint at their reason, we look' upon ourselves asunder

devised with sufficient cleverness to Western men and not their first sight malignity. no obligation. _. ( applied'for] -C .
make Then lie moved'his arms again and This Is one of the most convenient and business vehicles for the lawyer
us wonder, observes the New of Indians by a dozen times, but team- f"line man or farmer, pleasure ; to the construction of the body
brought a knife-along thin knife Golden Tea of Ceylon. 41 it at same time t>. durable, and Is the kmtul-
Orleans, Picayune, that any one but. ttert aro not the machine a soldier Is. up very.0....light.. plea..... or ...d"....ry..ACe'. on tht market.
an American should hare thought of A* the reds began to close in and bo- which tho lightest blow would driveto Every day brings new proof of the WRITTEN GUARANTEE GIVEN ON BACH VEHICLE.

It. The flap ii tquroly cut oft at tho como mON defiant, I noticed a man's heart. It flashed and fact that Ceylon tea,I,1 the sensation of till Chadh sat UnJ, ati ttidalwJrtioi.daOirJ 10OTT1 Waits ftt MOM. pI\I .l
many the moment. Every talo of this artIcle TERRE HAUTE CARRIAGE AND BUGGY CO. Terra Haute ini
end and folds down to ai to gum Itself white facet among the wagons, and I glistonod In tho sun, and my flesh ,

close to the bottom of the envelope.t figured that many a man would cut crept as the rod fiend wounded unto is concluded at a higher price than

Is creased above the Hue of gum loose bin fleetest mule and sock to escape death and almost helpless, reachedout the previous one. Already it it worth .

(pd when'tho top of the envelope is by flight If worst camo to worst. laid tho knife on the ground, anyl, half itt weight in 'gold, and if the RSN S

I ?*torn cut'open the flap falls down We must give the Apaches a lesson then sought to clutch the soil\ and drag present craze holds it requires no prohetlo .
and his ; towards An inch ? vision to see that In a short
display an advertisement that In manners. Wo had been waiting body mo. -two' very
has been printed on the under aide] until tho train should reach a favor Indies-three--five-ten-a foot I I''' If time itt value will bo equal to tho ancient c r

able location. The moment had come. he can have timo he will pull himself nard, which was more precious d y% A

,Maxim, the Inventor of the celebrated On this ground the teamstort could across that apace to. within striking than gold itself On a recent after. :+ .

gun which bears his name take care of it with ten troopers to distance and then drive that knife Into noon there was remarkably animated.cene'

T0w| announces he has reason to believe me! at the London commercial salerooms etrohe.THIS
guide and direct and that loft fifty of o
from experiments made by him Ut to act Tho word wash quietly < lIe reaches: out again-he groans in where a small lot of this tea .

that bo.bas solved the problem of aerial passed down tho line each man pain-hit fingers dig up the dirt-his was put up for auction. The bidding
transportation lie expects loon to pared himself, and at a note Irom the eyes look blood-red at he calls up hit was fast and furious and eventually is the machine that .

construct a flying machine of silk, to bugle a wonderful change took place. thirst for vengeance to help hit muscles tho sample was knocked down forsay used in the Office, ,'"

be driven' by steam, that will 'have a Our eaptaln'wheclod with twenty men i. rform their work another inch I 127.60 per pound. This tea was Court-room, and for f
speed of 100 miles an hour and he ; tho famous tiartmore estate 110 MILES
-six InclJe.-auother foot! I feel grown on CINCINNATI
and charged to the tear our tlnglo lectures and Shortest andQuickest
,News) i what, seems to the New York lieutenant wheeled to tho left with I the ground around mo ngaln at far as i. and is composed of bright golden tips, sermons.Whi

to be ,a wild suggestion, that in ten men ; n sergeant charged might i I can. No we poii-nothing to stop so that itt resemblance to the precious e its speed Is gre Compartment and Pullman Palace

time of war --explosive may be hit advance I I' metal is marked, even in this respect.It other known method, it is Sleenlog Can through without change,
ahead with ten I ,
more took nine -
dropped over an enemy'* position ; Once more he reaches out and deposits is worthy of remark that the boundin that any Intelligent person Balyog direct connectionIn
others, and wheeled to the; right anti C
;Ith destructive effect. "Fancy a fleet the knife-the black fingers the price is remarkable, fop only a peed of, zoo or more ALUNlONSL' I 10115'
rodo straight at a body of eighty Indiana ute, in five or six weeks
of these monitor of the air coming sink Into the soil and find! a hold-the few days ago a lot was sold at $85 a And the Through carlines
c bunched knoll aid of
: on a just out of an instructor.
together a mile or two above terra rifle-shot powerful muscles of a single arm pull pound, and that was considered ex testimonials sent to all torCHICAGO and the

firma and engaging in mortal com- 'Right wheel-steady.now; forward lilt crippled body along Inch by _inch ceptional. Tbe present figure is therefore this paper... NORTHWEST,
batt1' exclaims the Newt. -Inch by Inch Thero't a brighter without a precedent.-[Boston also with through car
trot, gallop-charge!I" E. T. PIERCE FAYETTE I DETROIT
Uws for
blaze in hit eyet-additional fury Tr nlCript. ,
Ten to eighty Eight to one I Odds DIsTtTAI and Points in Canada
"We have practically no army," ai.erti creeps into that steady glare. He has Sole Agent for U. 8. and I! DUrrALU ll
and the Eut.Olltiine .
enough to our metal and make The Dervish.
the New York Tribune. "Qradu- prove been wounded unto death but if he of
change cars
atei from West Point It exciting. Every trooper In every A dervish, lacy and hungry, met a
come out to ice can kill me he will die without a rejrret -
squadron was chreting at ho rode! Sufi poet and he begged him alms !Ierl ORLEANS
an endless line of ;
officer before them, I -ayol I with a shout of exultation THE T AVELE ,
who are at almost. standstill, and it (lit carblno was strapped to hit back on his lips. but the ton of songs and the father of Jackson, Yicksburp, Points to i

It no wonder that when and hit tabro was hold aloft in lilt sayings said t "I have only the wisdom Jacksonville TCVAQAND THE
they look tarp Inch by inch-coming, coming- I LAHO xv an ST.
the lino they 'ask themselves i( right hand. nearer, nearer Two feet more and of God, the advice of the dead, Passengers via this line are afforded juv

there ii any hope of .getting near the Ituslj 'em boys; drive right into lio can reach me and stab and thrust aud the songs of men" excellent view of Lookout Mountain and
'em make. hole in the bunch ""Will fill ?" The Travelers, corner Bay surrounding Historic
a Scenery
top before have ; song: my paunch !
they outlived their
with that knife! But suddenly I cotlce streets, Jacksonville, Fla.
Our plan had been executed to cried the other. To whom made an.
mefuluest. The hotel .
nearest to all railroad
European armies are that the firing hat ceased; I hear ,
to Immense'that a better field it offend swiftly that the reds wcro dumb the hoof-beats of galloping horsesand ewer the poet: "Sing a song of six steamboat faDdi s. S.haute 0. RAY, a E. P..... Agt, At-

founded. Only three or four shots pence, and that will fill your pocket to transient business. Qa.
though to ambitious young men half dozen ride and D. J. MULLANEY Div Past.
now a troopers up, nished rooms, single or en Agt.,
fired at ut at we charged and with rye; and scatter tbe and
were rye
there Chattanooga.
even must teem slow one of them calls outtDl as good u the best This
In times of peace. Out tho constant the wbolo,band sat there gazing at ut .' ss ray heart, bat here's oar that will fetch 'silly blackbirds to, furnished and operated u a D. G. EDWARDS, G. P. & T. A.,

addition to the armlet of "'ml1l. as thundered, up. We struck them make for you a pie-and any girl will house; rates are now red CINCINNATI O.
great Sergeant! Hello, old boy, catch a day, while the service Is
tary powers make room for new with, an awful crash-ten of n* in bullet Down, boys, and look after cook if Breakfast from 8 to 9; lunch THE

comers. France, Germany and Rut single rank, and at our tabret beganto him and I'll ]lust put au ounce ball "Thanks,"said the. man.-[Century. to 2 SO; dinner from 0:30 to '

tla, far from reducing their forcei, > flash the Indiana thought only of into, the heart of this red imp who'sbeen Flora If the World. is the only hotel ia NEW LEVER SAFETY
regular meals at these hows.
We had them
of reach.
teem to be straining every'nerve to in. getting out picking hit teeth with hit hunting The flora of Europe embraces about ire at least one hour 'It.eL'f
in two minutes and the order
them flying ,
knife. Stand clear a minute, ten thousand species. India has about Travelers' omnibus, the
was, in case they took to flight, to tents each1..
boys! One, two, three-gone to Injun fifteen thoniand. The British
The ravages of "la grippe" in one keep together and run them for a
Heaven, to fool with no more WlrODtrafuI'NoW' sessions in North America, thoughwith BURTON K.
month are strikingly shown by the report couple of miles using our carbine on York World.ilaakea'
an area nearly as large s 10
of the New York State Board of their backs. l Europe, Proprietor. 1 1The
has only about five thousand. One of
Health. No lest than 18,981 deaths I had a light horse; not much larger
Carious Haves of
Retap.I .
I the richest floras is that of Cape of
occurred in April In the State of. New than an Indian pony. He struck and I CoL Frederick W. Prince of the :
Good Hope and Natal which
York, which would be an annual knocked over two ponies, and as I cut I Catling Gun Company of Hartford, about.ten thousand species. Australia CHINESE

death-rate of 80 per 1000. Of the warrior down with my tabre my Coon., is ready to swear that snakes *

total number of deaths, from 4500* to horse pitched forward and flung me sometimes swallow their young to also It rich in spec'.es! about ten A Portion ot the .
f 000 are attributed to the widely prey heavily to the ground. I wat stunned protect them from danger. He was thousand being now. known. State of PERFECTION of SIMPLICITY

alent influenza In but remember that two three horses Advice received at and
January last once flJhlng, he says, and went to a After the Hint. Thursday by the steamer of POWER.

year, when the grip was at itt height stepped on me at the Indians drew hollow stump near by to deposit Lit "Well forester did the Baron have India, state that the whole NO Ch AINS. NO GEARS-

for that season tho victims of It numbered out and took to flight When I struggled box of bait. 'In doing this he disturbed good lack tion of China is in turmoil. STROKE
about 1000 lest. Tho to a titling position it was to find '' order are set at defiance and only two sets
average a good-alzed snake In the "Remarkably good luck! of plunderers mike of Revolving Bearings.
dally'mortality in the State was 463, myself almost helpless. My right stump, apparently an adder, about "What did he shoot?" posalble. Lee Wing Cbuea Best Hill ClimbIng and aU around

I by far the largest ever recorded. shoulder was broken, my back severely whose head and body her young brood Nothing. general of Formosa, is Safety made.ae.TSZ.oovim .

These figures prove conclusively that Injured and my legs felt uumb. I were disporting themselves. Instantly "And you call that lack do )'our'"I snow It is believed that his :rEUIJD: ,.
I the grip was no product of the ImajUrnatiou. was in a hollow, from which X could the mother snake opened wide her do, indeed. Whenever be bat rising a signal against for Chinese revolts rule.and a

at some people thought was not tee the wagons, bat I could hear around H. B. SMITH MACHINE CO-
mouth and down her throat ran the) hit anything before, It hat turned out Shanghai U one of
I the case two or three month ago. It the fighting going on la all directions.To baby brood, one on the keels of the to be a buntaman.FUegenJe BlaeU account of the late riutf.

j,ii a disease of alarming potiiUlltlef. the right I of me was a dead war- other., -[N.w. York

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r-pliOlJcan or democratic plr'1ID' IntO, ; A London c.hlcgrsnta1a t The court, ALABAMADOTS. bam '
THE WIDE WORLD tons While the totAl ,of itock* on hli4
ALLIANCETALKS., member f>f the attnce will simply vote ort Monday, give judgment niainst Mrs 85,000 too*. Woodwsrd _" _____
1 S. .
probably ,
for ihose who will give him jnatlce.Evtry r Mnybrlck In the suit for $10,000 ,insurance each _
and Thorn have futtiaca
member of the alliance may believe r'n her husband's life. The court Newsy Notes Paragraphical/! Alice put one : :,_ _
NEWS OF GENERAL TELEGRAPHIC: AND s-iM, she couUl asher butt- oat for repair, And .no stacks bar _
K and
THE ORDER FROM in the Ocala platform vote tot not recoror, Presented.The their -_ _
Woodstockt '
jruneiaia plac
ALL SECTIONS. men who believe with him, but that' "a CABLE CULLINGS bnnd's ''ndividual matter. It Isn't the Farmers' >wl.i>se Uncut the action \v'* roughLI5he Anniston will icon one .______
Alliance. The alliance Is composed of Is the Arncrcan: wornnnvhc o trial Elliott Car works at Gadsden encouraged by the tatting np 01 ._ _

; Items of Interest to Alliance democrats, republic and other Of Brief Items of Interest From
people, all fighting for justice. Various Sources. I; ci'nvietinn and li'<' /li'nKovtarnVAdvices \ ; days, will resume work at once. They the Had ford Pipe and Foundry company.

men Everywhere. If every member votes the democratic. received 1'uesda.from; Chile hare secured a contract for repairing GOO One encouraging: and Wbfr! SmJ.Ortaftt! '

ticket it doesn't mean that the Alliance A disastrous wind and/rain;; storm vliled *- via Buenos Ayres, state that Presided cars for the East Tennessee, Virginia and feature"VothaTHrnflngham district I* thaithe .

------j-:. The Nebraska Alliance hss grown from has joined itself to that party. A manCan Cherokee Is. Wednesd Balmaceda hoi had shot, at Valparaiso, Georgia railroad company. leading companlei hatingmortgage :
I 70,000 to 110,000 since last election.Atdiiton .- be an allianceman and belon to any cent Richard Cumming, the ion of U. *!:6R- The Agt-UtraU "The next campaign debts are farnin{ Intehet on bonds an4*, .
I Patriot. politic. party he wants to. If evtry The issue of contlnuecl\ 4J per lishman. who wai bd% la Chi The in Alabama Is says itself to all fixed charges from their coal and Coke _
shaping a _
I *** member of tho alliance joins a thirdparty bonds to date aggregates $3,000,000. prisons are filled with sufferers, without and well-defined fight between busInA* aIonlseiisg; the furnace {red: b
1 The he does it as an individual i seeking A Cuban steamer fn.rn New York to class' or sex* TVo hundred _
Thedford (Neb.) Tribune, says: age Governor Zones against three plants: from that special load. BirminghamdtstrlctftriceS :
t "The people are no longer interested 1 in justice ror mm.elf and his fellow-mcn. Wednesday took $335,000: in Spanish. rersons are irriprisoned in Valparaiso. the Ocala platform and Commissioner about. follower : -

party for party success or party supremacy I believe that the time is rapidly coming.ben gold to Havana. No security fs afforded taforeigners. Kolb swallowing that elephant Whole. No. l..are..., .,.. ,;:*' IIO' -
4; but they are more diretly Intere.tedin I all the allUncemen will stand :, West Polo*, Nebva almost com Judges are removed unless they are Florence ......".."...u.\.t\ j ", .;. '__________
The __
Wagon Manufacturing i : :: ______
that party, without regard to its name, square on the Ocala )dstform, and if no pletely submerged in tho business pot tion friends to Balmaceda. .....f"i.. ..?(111i;
that is advocating measure that ara party gives them this or something better of the city Thursday. A dispatch of-Thursday from Colum- company failed .a few days Ago, assets Ora.1.FCltp. "., :: ,,.;. -
favorable t r tbeir material interests. they will leave for it. If the The Company bus $180,000, liabilities $78,000() caused by 'AAiV ltroduc on tlsqg'hdut thea eeun'."
< own any party Kfmbai-Chamr: Investment ', 0., says The democratlo state
members vote with new it will de the failure of the Florence National try now i* said to be almoit .Urge .as \at
% a party of Council Bluffs, h.m an executive committee has extended a
Alliance meetings* will; be held in merely be a method of obtaining an object assignment Wednesday. I formal invitation to ex-President Cleveland the bank. Business and will be continued by this data,lut Jear .
mass receiver creditor will be
North Carolina at the following times and ;that object being justice. A sailing yacht, containing seven persons to deliver not less than six speeches full. -

placrs: King Mountain .*. capsized oil Victoria, B. C., Monday in behalf of Governor Cafflpbell during >'
July 20th Maxton pI The following extract is from a speech Six were drowned. the coming campaign. Governor 1tii: lIon. Jerry Simpson spoke at Birming ; ___
; Thursday, August I ham ,
last Tuesday to a good audience f'
lie Industrial
disclaimed being in tho interest of Developments the
6th Charlotte Wednesday 27th. house of representatives at Atlanta, Ga., Thurs Boles, with Senators Vobrbees, Vance, .. ,
; August passengers, arrived at New York, -
President Polk will be at each of by lion. ,Thos. WstWni day, but will be returned as Vila and other representative democrats any party, but made a speech against Line for Past Week

appointment, and Jere Simpson theuC C "We want these unjust laws, by whichone paupers.Thursday will ba asked to aid the campaign. both old parties. lie declared' that John- The Chattanooga Troctaman; 'ia :- :;
The United States treasurer on Sherman father of our .!inAnclal
Kansas and other prominent speakers I set of men get rich at the expenseof smith system weekly review for the week ending I' ,- L -
in notes to it the arch of the
shipped $300,000 human
race anu
L will hke put in the meetings. another, removed, and we are determined enemy 18th, reports flfty.four new !Dd trJ ,
Chicago for use in the movement of crope.The COLORED ALLIANCEHEN the alliance ha determined to defeat him .
L to have them removed. Why we five new buildings, six new railroads, Including : !
A state convention of the North Da- want them removed is laid down in the London council of arts, on Monday in Ohio. one electric road, one cxteosioQ'

kato Farmers'Alliance was held at Grand Ocala platform and then it contains the received the Chicago world's fair Meet in Convention in At- Tho surrey for Opclika'a wa'erworks I and one street car line Among the most ';'

: ': Forks several days ago. New officers principles of the land-loan bill, which is delegates-Butterworib: Handy ,and lanta, Ga. has been completed. Tho water will ba important new industries :.established! ,- ) "
and delegates to the next national con- to loan th, money of the government to I Bullock. The Georgia state couvention of the obtained frbm Bold springs, which head- aro the following: Brick works. at ,Augusta. \> <

rentiun were elected, the constitution the farmer just as it loan to the banker, Monday's dispatches say: The strike Colored Farmers' Alliance met Wednesday two miles north of the city. The stand ..Go,, Goshcn. Va., Rock' Hill, d.U .'

and by-laws were revised, and resolutions giving him an equal chance in the race, of railroad employes in Paris has col morning in Atlanta. There was a pipe will bo located in the corporate I and Velatco, Tex.} a clock.factory'at

were adopted declaring for prohibition, and enrich those who indeed bring pros lapied. Most tf the men have already. largo number of delegates present, 180 limits. The flow'will ba sufficient for a Danville, Ky. ; canning factorle

the Ocala ptatCorm-government control perity. They talk to me about overproduction resumed work. counties being represented. Ihe delegates city of 10,000 Inhabitants. The city 1.I at Keuka, Fla. ; and Somerset .

or ownership of main lines of railroads, ; that the people have too much The fatal yellows" have toads theirIIppearanco were representative men of their jubilant over the prospects. The work Ky, ; development companies, at: V

uniform text books, free Coinage and the and, Sod all that. Why, fellow citizens, in the peach orchards of race The colored preacher, teacher of construction will begin. the lit of- Charleston and Florence, 8. 'O.,, !t,

taxation of options. you cannot open a newspaper any day Maryland and it is said the crop will' 'be I and prosperous colored farmef were August. Marlon, N. C., Louisville,'Ky., and RewSa1 -

'*.. without your ey* falling upon pitiable ac shortened 100,000 baskets. among the delegates. The body was J..D. Cameron & Sons' large dry kilns I Birmingham, Tex. ; flouring mills at Clin.4 I _

Pacific Union AUianet (San Francisco, counts of houseless poor, and starting The World's fair commissioners met I called to order by the slate superintend at Mobile, stored with shingles, burned ton, 8. U., Milan, Tenn., and Benner.. _

Cat.) 88YS: "To break the yoke of the poor, and these rich protected manufacturers Lord Salisbury la London Thursday and : ent, E. 8. Richardson, of Msrthasville, few days ago. The kiln. and their contents T x. ; a furnace Clinton, Tenn., and

railroad and let the oppressed free Is keeping an armed bond wero informed that the names of the who made a short speech before proceeding nearly 8,000,000 shingles, wero foundries and machine shops at WlnltoD,1
go _
the great mission of the Farmers' Alli of hired Pinkerton men to' royal commission would soon tie gazetted.A to business. IIo said that no other, destroyed. The shipping! shed, under, N. O., Louisville, Ky., Huntington, Ark.,:,, -

ance. It proposes to move at once upon shoot donn these poor creatures lengthy appeal, with regard to organization or society ever organized which about 4,000,000 more shingles and Staunton, Va. Glass works with, _

the enemy's works, and it will win. Thu who have a very natural resentment Russian Jewish immigration was issued by the colored people promised were stored, next went up, followed by- (?00,000 capital are reported at Wheeling _

moment tho attention of the people is against the foreign scabs wh6 are Imported Thursday by the Jewitb Alliance of as much as the alliance to the colored the mill office and four box: cars of the W. Va., a quarry company with $.1I _

diverted from the dead and buried issuesof to take their places. The Scotch. America, accompanied with a plan of race. The alliance was organized Mobile and Ohio road, which were lying 000,000 capital at Louisville, ICy.and1'' _
nan cannot compete with the protected three close by. Mr. Cameron estimates his .
a generation ago and centered upon action. years ago, and In every county in loss mining companies at Covington, :V-;,:,

the vital "Questions of the day, victory manufacturer, the Frenchman cannot The firm of Stewart Co. the stale: except Banks, there wer& colored at $ OOOO; insured for $10,000 In aNew Gainesville, Ga., Wadesboro and Inglo-; _
with him. Because Thompson (
compete Why they sub-alliances. York
nosnv.The side. "
will come like an electric flash; dealers in goods at Cincinnati "The colored alliance N. O. Ph .ohate comcanles have. ...., _
*. have put on a protective tariff to protectthe 0., made millinery' to, ," sua the speaker, "5n1 the white )Montgomery ntrnal) says A. B. been chartered at Gainesville and Tampa, ;
American workman How does an; assignment Monday
) :
two separate and distinct organizations Aldrich has been appointed postmaster Fla., the latter with $2,000,0) capital, ft .
Dublin (Texas) Prograt' "The the manufacturer do itt Mclntyre. The assets are $50,*
: ylmportlng'these .
leading 000 liabilities 70000. but as far ai the white alliance at Catherine, Wilcox county. It will be cottou aced oil mill at Ilsllettsvllle, Tex.,' 1\
throughout the state miserable wretches from ; ,
newspapers Europeand goes In the right direction we are remembered the postoffice at Catherine and a company for mining salt at New!
as Well as a multiludo of similar lights, consigning them to the most revolting A London cablegram of Thursday says: with them. We have found by export- was abolished sometime since by the port, Ky. Cotton mills are established at, .
are just now discussing the third slavery. That is and The
party cunning, tTrciuhartaparents! of Mrs. James
movement In chorun. As to told that you once that dancing to political fiddles postmaster general, because of soma Bonnettsville. 8. O., Grabanv, K.. 'O:/ ;
what effect I farmers arc must not Brown-Potter Paris
you go telegraphed from a never did pay the negro." One of the trouble in which the former postmaster Petersburg, Va., and Washington, La ,", :

.this have third ou national party, lately politics organized unableto will *into*politics* We to must right dem-md this gigantic evil ida married denial of the.report that Mrs. Potter had primary objects of tho colored alliance, was involved, now known as the a knitting mill with $50,000 ,capital]*, ,.
we are our rights Bellow in China.
Kyrle he said 1 is *
to crime and elevate Durham
surmise, but the cause which rise to let then people know that prevent to famous Catherine riot since which time N. C., and a ploe ,fiber .faotory
to Its gave we Postmaster General Wanamaker, on the race. )(r. W. S. Humphrey., of the citizens of that town have been do at Eaatover, Ga. Waterworks are to'bft
organization will be fre-h in theI want them and we waut them bad.
.. issued '
Monday order houston Tex.
LLLUUU L.L iu me muoni thl..0' an assigning to grand national superintendent prlred of a postofQce and mall facilities. built at Bel ton, Tex., and Wrights viHe.'

country until the reforms g people for which ui they GOLD AND SILVER. duty tho new fourth assistant postmaster of the colored alliance, made a Governor Jones several months ago, recommended -, Ga. A cooperage company it reported
general, Rath .> and the stirring talk. After Mr. die "
have so long been praying are obtained. ne, recasting Humphrey' to postmaster general the from Mlnools, Tex. a furniture factory. ,
work of the entire department speech a secret session was held.* A ,. re-e.t bllshmod of the Catherine office Sheffield 'Ala. lumber mills at ,Atlanta '

Production of the Precious Metal The new American steel steamer Charles committee, consisting of J. W. Carter II... and the appointment of postmaster, Tex., capltslfzed at $ioooooGrade& ,

The Baltimore Airifan says that the in the United States.A W. Wetmore, arrived at Liverpool Tuesday J. Martin,!). It!. OutlawFleming Garrett. but for some political reason the matter Ark., Jacksonville, Ga., and.' New .

National Farmers'Alliance will hold their census bulletin relating to the production from Duluth\ Minn., with a cargo J. J. Harris and E. Long, was appointedto has been postponed till now. born, N. 0.:; sawmills ai Annadel. \

.encampment and the In Marylandnear! Baltimore hellthere of gold and silver in the United of O: ,OOO b hes? of grain, the first grain memorialize the legislature asking for The School Bulletin, of which the dlstlngutshed Tenn., Con cord la, Ky., Elkton,Val:, and

annual encampment will be States was issued Friday. Production cargo shipped from a lab port direct to better IRWS-not race legislation, but Dr. 0. W. Bardeen of Newport, Ark., and a ',sash nd.... -

I five every year certainly for the next during the year 1889 was: Gold ounces, Liverpool.. I "such laws as will better the conditionof N. Y., who stands at the, head Syracuse of- door factory with $30,000( capital at Lou .
years, and it is probable that the site tho colored
1,600,809 value race, promote their isville.
will be purchased and ; coinage 133,880,744., The funeral General Benjamin happiness the profession in this country is editor, Railroads are chartered at nob;ii 1
the ,
located there encampment This Silver ounces, 0,354,851; coinage value, Kcll y. of West Virginia, who organized tion."and advance the cause of educa- In a recent issue paid this groat compliment N. 0., Knoxville, Tenn., and Baa ,Anto-'
will permanently.bo held year's (63,896,988. Total value! $09.283,733. the first loyal southern regiment of the J. W Carter was introduced, and to an Alabama school "Of the nlo, Tex. ; an electric line will be built It'
September. In gold this la'nearll 28 made a great speech which created at
About 200 acres of land will be needed per cent of theworld's war, took place at Washington, D. C., enthusiasm the great southern normal schools; that at Florence Columbus Ga., a street car ::1lnest:=: 1
and In brethren.
product, silver 41 Tho Ocala
among Fla.
for the encampment, and an auditoriumwill per Sunday, with imposing ceremonies. Ills Ala., seems most steadily success.ful. and an extension it ;Memphis \
body in session
cent. of was Thursday and Thurs-
expense production remain Tenn. '
were interred at A business block
Us .to
be erected which will Arlington cemetery faculty has been chosen with cat. "
scat 12,000 through the is $63,431,138. A diy night. They elected officers of the ,
people. year beside General Crook. unusual care, and few hare been $00,000 will bo erected at San -Antonio; ,_
table of tho State alliance and 't
distribution delegates to the cbang"l
approximnte. next Texas. school ;
..S.. of the gold and silver The street car strike at Toledo, 0., national convention of the colored alliance made from year to '.* Jennie N. O., ;and building. at Greensboro-. ;:
Talledfl Ala. 'and
'The Souther Dallas product shows was'settlcd Sunday morning. All con. which will paYoe, an old New York teacher, who new
Mercury the be
Tex. at Charleston Indianspolis.
( ,
) following doctors..' and motormen are to receive or pas been for a long time principal of the jail* at Corpus Chrlsti! Texasand Decai. ;'r
: ulliancemea *
says "LoyU values Alabama .
: $
everywhere gold, aow; silver, tur Ala, -
irmlnlnff ,
inhnAl.!. ..
have 'I.u per day, of twelve hours; drivers rMlfrni and f* IA h an.
reason to feel encouraged, especial- $100. Georgia, gold, $107.603; silver, -4
rf horse Deeded Dowth i.
in vans $1.60 The men struck by her sister, New
:ly Texas. The order u gaining in $464. North Carolina, gold, $146,793
; 21nstead AN
numbers rapidly, and it is. for the first silver, 3879. South Carorina, gold, for $ of $1.63 and 1.43, hence ADDRESS Paltz normal. President Powers has a A WHEAT TRUST

time In its existence, ''practically a unit $46,833; silver, $232. -Tennessee, no 'the scttlemeat is a comprom ho. happy faculty of discipline without effort -

upon the demand of tho National Alli report. Virginia, gold, $3,100; silver, A dispatch of. Thurslny:! from Evani- Issued by the People's Party the relation between pupils and To be Formed I

ance. The membership in every nook $13. California produced the greatest yule Ind., says: Nelson, Morris & Co., to the General Public. teachers being that of coworkers" by Alllancemen. **,

and corner of the.state are wide awake, amount of gold and Colorado the greatest the great meat dealer of Chicago, after A Cincinnati dispatch of Thursday Still a Frlicier. for the Farmers' Benefit.;

and in many localities men unknown amount of silver, and Colorado is n long and bitter fight with the local 'says: Robert Schilling has made public Captain J. B. Williams, of Alabama, St Paul, Minn.; has been; :.made ti0,

upon the stump or forum are challenging second in gold production _while! Montana Butchers' and Drovers' association have the address of the national executive Is in a peculiar' position II. was a headquarters of a national) movemeni bfr

the enemies of our order to debate the II second in silver. Nevada is third abandoned the Evansville field. It is committee of the people' party to the soldier l in the Confederate army. In May, tho United Farmers! Alliance -of thV,

'points at issue. Ere the kalends of January ''In the value of gold production and claimed they wero driven out. citizens of the United Ststes. It occupies 1865 ho was captured 'and released on country corner the entire wheat: 'crop1

1893, nearly every county will be Iontana fourth. Utah is third in silver The village of Roundhead, in Hard four closely printed, small octavo parole. says, "the strange of the United States. At No., 817 W- .

able to furnish a competent exponent of value and Nevada fourth. Next in the county, Ohio, was destroyed by fire Sat. pages. It set out with a general state fact is, I have never been released from bash street, for several days a large fore;

our principles who will ba able to meet order of value of product come Idaho, urdsy morning. A large wheel factory ment of grievances which occupies about that parole. And of course, until I am of employee have been engaged la 'send/

the average political bummer on the hust. Dakota, Arizona and New Mexico. was struck by lightning, and the whole oDefourthf the document. In this discharged, I am simply United State Ing out circulars with the view,'of lav-;'

.lags successfully. village nearly destroyed. No particular statement are such phrases as the follow prisoner on parole. I have never taken lug not only the alliancemen of'ths Un!

.... IT EXCITED J hn been received as yet. The town is ing: the oath of allegiance on that account. tod States but all classes of larmen'keel) -

POOR ADTTCB. CURIOSITY. inland. The Joss estimated at $500,000.A "The: declaration of Tho parole is yellow with ago and almost back the.wheat crop until prices'.have),

The advice of many political Journals How the cablegram of Sunday from Lisbon from the arrogance of British Independence worn but at the fold. It is dated been advanced to 'e high ''point.-

to farmer to let politic alone and attend Building of a Wall states that the scarcity of coin In l'ortu. must be supplemented by declaration politicians at'Merldfan, and is signed by Co'. W. D. Tho .alliance press bureau re"-

strictly to farming i I. more a tribute to Engendered Trouble.A gel is severely felt. Commercial houses Of independence from the a :Mile for the Confederate state, and by form press bureau and 'stata" 'prwef-,

the importance of agriculture than it is Dallas, Tex., dispatch of Saturday both at Lisbon and in Oporto are accept power of concent ratod wealth. frightful We Oof. iIfttry Bertram of the Twentieth bureau are working together endeavoring'

to it* representatives. There i II little says; Last fall the commls ioner'.couit of ing 2,500 rcis notes, which they take at sider violence in settling con I Wisconsin for tho Federal government.; to unite the farmers of the United State

danger that a majority of good farmers Dallas county' contracted with S. L. a heavy discount. The premium on worthy of a civilized nation disputes and ss un. ]*!.... Bpk AI.I*. in a glgantio! wheat trust. Asdrcntar re.

wilt allow their farming interests to Suf James to build tho new courthouse at a sovereigns is now 13 per cent. this reason we have organized, the for A partial n port and Inventory of ths citing the benefits of tha -combination*

fer through devotion to politics. But cost of $366.100. James built a nail The plate mills of the Iron of the people to overthrow party assignees of tho-defunct bank of Motes and urging the formation the trust ha*

for many years politics have suffered beCAuse around the premises, which caused so Company at Springfield Springfield, Ill. burntd have robbe4 and are tyrants who Brothers WAS filed in the office of ,Itegls- been made public. The circular_estimates
continuing to rob '
farmers have not given them dae much suspicion on the pert of the inhab Sunday morning. It was leved to the us of that to which they have moral ter Jn Chancery at Montgomery a Few the wheat crop 'Jo.1891 in the .Uu1t .<-,
attention, and! farmers find that Dante ot the no days The relates State
while ago. at
. county that one of ,tho Carbon Iron rll>Cht. report only to the 500O00,00GbusheLu. The.proi
" thjT have left politics exclusively to the county eommi Iooe"1 has Company of Pittsburgh The firm and pools of the trust .
been document believe
badly Pa., and used Jn then with up $1,000,000 as Potcr that t
making steel goes on speci
potjtiolans toJr-tfh
their Interests t plates for
suffer beaten
with and tho policeman in charge was armed cruiser fications of evils in follow*} Think acconf. $13,453; rent wheat can be held ,
thoaa being of lands
of the entire community. It is the almost f..tilly shot, the trouble in constructed by the labor and notes and bill recelvsb'e. for from four
each $33.660 Ilrmel
and eight
interest of everybody as well of fann instance government at Sin Francisco. money, In conclusion aug.gests ; open to weeks and
as gro"lncJut of account, high -" -
morbid 223.440 drafts prices
; curiosity. The a'remed,. The ; and sundry secured.
ers Central concluding
that those who In two-thirds the Mutter Bank of Kansas para
came to such a crisis recently Ksn. City, graph *appeals- the account!}:46.793. ;. casn- Items, 133tl13.UUDUO ,
sates have a majority of the votes and that James, the failed :Monday morbing. The name nf the Hb- -
contractor for .D
turned arty which the Ei.v'p 10 ana
over fathers stock
pay the bulk of taxes, should exercise the job to the commissioner failure was due to the failure of the First o/ the republic exhibIt. 0. and property
less G. not A FIEND
13 pledged tlntJr live footed
; for the by the INCARNATE.
National aid up
the Influence which rightfully belongs to cent of the whole! contract retained bank, which was taken charge honest man In of every trustees amount to $150,000 f "* t
them in the affairs of state and general tba county. by 01 by a bank examiner lost Thursday. the this struggle by Joining The assignees state or$200.000 -
party of the that Horrible
Liabilities people. owing to the Murder of
go"ernmentl.-E.uMngl. -- $35,000 a .
$ lJOOO. indifferent
... The bank was organized i under ; way the books have been kept Lady by a Rejected 'oUa
the It
state will
PEFFER AT THE HEAD. law.,.. I A THREE-SIDED take tome time yet to complete
CAMPAIGN the lull dispatch from Hanover
THV: XAMAS WAT. report of the liabilities. Th N. U./Mttt
The Farmer In Case the A boiler 111 the feeling over the failure la A* Miss Cristle Warden accompanied
Proffrettitt still
(Raleigh) People's shingle
f ssys: 'Kansas is maintaining her reputation Out.a Ticket.A Party. Pats mill of E. PlaDlaLand View, a Will be Inaugurated In Ne- among the depositors. great Goode'her'mother, her,I.ter, Fannie.and Louis br* _________

# at a "hustling" State. We learn Topeka village fifty miles west of Saginaw, braska. T..ell.' ...... ... home located returning on foot tOtheirj'
i, from the dolly press that over 200 mass that dispatch ssyss The rumor ?Uct' 81ploded Tuesday afterooou kill. A telegram Of Thursday from The following congressional institutes one mlla from the 'villa-re,
;1 mietiBsr* were held by the poopb on the Domination Peffer was figuring for the Eddie log E. P; Perkins, Robert Gregory and Neb., saja j Tha muddle growing Omaha, will be held for tba benefit of teacherst at a Isle hour Saturday night,, Frank
out of
: 4th of Jaly. In each[ the oca hundred la president by tha people's. (the 'alter three years old) and in- ttnseatina Governor flo la At ThoniMvJlle, beginning! Almy.tka about thirty year 01 age,
fiver July
1893 $ endIng into jupe
party of
wu luring
confirmed Charles Becher / road IQ
Tueds ot .
and six counties of tha State b id ma ameetiogl. The Tb. and three others. Thal.r by the supreme court Is July 81 1 at Cnllmsn, beginning Au- 'I
The<< People' Party wa his people'liarty organ editorial to Kama raJ.Ji mill was completely wrecked, lni.n? by active 1>p&ratlooi of being the gnat 8, ending August 7; at Brew too lag ChrIU. bI the ar sId: t'l Went _

state A you mother _
that dispatch
of ,0
everywhere tnthusiartically endorsed. and beginning iIter
Wednesday August
r from Lime democratic 11 attempted
- ,; 7 ha demand for could not ba as Kansas took the Initiatory lCock, Ark., Newi gubernatorial parties to hava atFilladegs begi.nW i to defend her. Almy fired at _
: Bptffi
speakers steps In the new movements tIon Si the .*asina, eudl4atee jj the fled] thIs J, missed the but ___ ___
ot They
supplied-many jtl the speakers were she Rev a T. WiUisms, Methodist tall though the ending September 6. A ran for
ws entitled to the luprm. court ha Tlr- Peabody state altuCo Tea
- forced to ba at two or three m ettojt dor. 1 t wu known that Senator honor. Uatil clergyman. nr Usher Ark, U received tuatly declared that Thsyer bold normal Institute will begin at Florence Amy tba dragged his Yctn; _
, l- lag the day. The feature of a'l' the coogrcubuul the nomination, the Feffr desired here. Ha was shot from ambush while until ue.t lear at the regular election over I An*** JOth and, eoaftnSe tour weeks the head road sod h lWICOtb0j5S b
preference ,
meetings were bUgd banners alliancemea among it. riding along a country road. A man 111 the laee 01 thIs, alliance oonduc4 b' Prof. J. X. ow 4hot t ,* -
seemed to be aDd democratic POwers VVlea h I
'. tell!*]* the three crisis in the nation' Polk, of North for President named Johnson known to hava been. poUticlalllare for of the Florence normal president help arrived th ktt _______
Carolina. preparing a" college, and
Senator WilIJ.ma' gbt, and h.
history. The fint ia 177 when the Pef- bitter with the view a strong u>dy rrd.sd.
was of
fer' friend that the enemy, ws arrested and also 01 electing a corps the Yery beat Institute walltIpp _
say Is
man who held foi rticlq cl
: Declaration of Independence was made, was crime. justice who will then Indt COOduetorL M"T similar e.e '
big euoogh to beat John sustain their a Institute
: the second the abolition of chattla *'atW"f. enough for a preidntll IngalU la Uc TU JUW Manufacturing Company "Idllal party Y1ewlwhell &h. easels will be held on August 17, and continue Warden was a beautiful)h41 -
-, the third would be U 1893. tha abc csn4daa. of MiddUtow., CoOL { brought bitero the sgidn b. weeks, conducted by prof. estimable young womw about J ; -
: lilka of industrial the assignment mad..o was like the supreme court. It JOdrldgt JS. Ova year old, graduate 1w'ltr _
.. slavery through CrATLALA will tend Its Monday to -Ooveraor P. uplo.foll 01 a bomb 14 state preside of Troy normal cot normal lh, stat
People party. When the people of band to the World' Fair at Chlc national C. Loensberry and Clement B, Ilubbard. itato politIco when Chairman Wstsoa, of the Ugt, assisted by a number of .profession. Aim sho cod a popular.teach. ., :
: ;
; Kansas move they move all sad o. Tha republican $> institute employe of
together Thi band 1 company c.gtralcommittee worken.
the third ;
Urgut la the manufactured.fining imUU &a. Already several and Li* attention berfaln i
r-- with all their might. world, that of Austria *" ". 8* .000Dced that hit party would ba". instimu hve beeo held and tp MlsV .
being ant. aad ? *tt" 0 )f. didat a cu. they haY been repulsed. -
.*. the Mexican National band *ec ad. It Clark prasideat, and ClUton B.Davis, I fa the ae14 allo. Watson, after been wond.rfully successful. Th one at T town .ot l&oTe (
: Dr. Uacnna interviewed la noted it.. chairman of the legal Consultation, uysjie Ozark began the D18'30" )fles
wu by the for aDO music and will tab dtwocr.tlq .tata committee fa satisfied fC '-. 011 list losUat. It Is Wadel" ,
1 Atlanta Constitution a few day ago and to Chicago It* fall complement of 200 secretary and treasurer autumn perfectly right to sleet a 'OYorA this the dltmnlaaUolI ot the state supea 1$0 tOt the ""terw.
bobz as to his of the tajtramenta. Tbe tendeat to make this .
questioned opiuloa Th goveruaeat of Guat entire plant ot the Pennsylvania tba re4 letteff year -
. third uty> replied: emala has also Steel for teacher loatltntu.
arranged a* a feature of MnP"7., at Steel ton. Pal -
.The Farmers' AlUaaca will sever Its representation at Chicago to send a shot down Tuesday, owiBg to a dispute, was Bocicrr women who art troubled Tile Ir.. bL.srk.s. borer Killed.

catty a third party ar say other party. group of jutivea, who will live oat the whh the amaJgamated a1aOe1atloe. This superfluous hair employ what with Iron statistic foi the past week show -
It ia a band of people organized for Exposition ground action, Ills are known that among the foresees Ter.. a bad wreck o Chloar
pro. M they live at home; said, w*. taken attic tha U ladle* barber, who there 1* 11th.! t
bcdOB, not politic It I.* _ki2 to carry cm their IndoctrUa, briagiag their cofflpMy dtscovrnd that there would not graduate* from tba hotel are tojuotial generally pa/ **?, A. extended rip through, east of rod t a *toUa ul 1. M.
fizbiaotica doc those who lk> tot SDfctcriala from be .utiei8llt! fln. Alabama Iron Friday.
oa; Guatemala with them. | men to coatiau PijJen are "'II&U1..j district reveal some IB Mgvnuu 0 Swi" .
t I tud all wanted U Justice :Now Ube aad give exhibition of their t&osk;! Almost 4,000 men *re has inada operations.Idta month, u4 the bank aDd arlDl Queen ereaja of stocks, owing mainly. to hold. ran "meat work .pl _
Stic with althar tha 2M are lag. book of tt. (
caaD t gotten gsmetc. IIIAUcaL outcome of the ttmggi i, proble. cti-eeki.treated ** tsgtzlazly "* "* the lift ad mill md othtr.sIJner OIJltr.da., oa Je large fa rolling kl.. oln lan pig fujwrteg

that u., forw d eat1ma'e4 1110thl Both locomotivf wufc
..t.. of hl
sll.tb .Js. o., can *j are totally. UhlI .

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truth before Its week wheat:and goingjnto the hands of a JAMES PBTTCHABD, President: ; W. B. BABHETT, Vice-President. ;
his it from
... EAST COAST ADYOCATE. 4AWSTKtT readers every west, must sell corn W.M BROWN, Cashier'
from its ornamental )heading.' Yet in open competition with free trade Jacksonville concern, which .has

people never realize the true inwardnees -< countries at.Liverpool," on a free no lore for, or especial Interest In
MVOMD: TO nil J> rv t"OrMIrt INDIAN RIFER STATE BANKlneorporated
jotwAt or Tnt ITOUH alvaa AO1AK Of the saying until they trade basis; and the southern cot the Indian River section.

>WOBTH SICTIOltS.ffice wake up the next morning after a ton planter while he..t does not rid We believe, when the honorable ,

night of dissipation, or lose their so from choice, like his;hayseed board'COJilldera the matter in this ( utlde\the Laws of the,State of Florida, )

Avenue, THnsvllle,, money in wildcat speculation.The brother, Is compelled to, face the light, they will be in favor of ac Authorized. capital, $1OO,000 '
4 : : young'man ,who races around same competition A favorite argument cepting-the bid Of a home firm,
;Florida. :
Indian River the baseball field during this .sea. used among the working even If it should be a little higher -c-\g-: Paid up capital, $25,000

son of Fort Yuma-like weather,> or classes, by campaign speakers of than one coming from Jacksonville, Average,deposits, $140,000

rtTOLISUED EVERT FMDAY., the belle who dances all night, only the protective school,.Is to affirm Savannah or New York. We are ,-

.realize: after the, excitement I. that the policy of protection keeps ready to do'the work Just as cheapas i Transacts a General Banking

over, how 'pregnant with truth Is our people' from the necessity of we would do it for any private

aeered at the rttnevme' PoetoMce.aeec0ndaasi the Baying of Puck. I entering into competition with .the Individual, and just as cheap as we 'Business.

Nall Matter.. ; pauper laborol Europe Dpes not would expect to have them do work,

THE EFFECT OF THE USURY' the farmer and cotton planter haveto in their line, for us. Largest and Oldest Bank on the River

'I' whh'the If the people of Brevard countywere
'J'E1\MS.: Invariably Advanea, LAW compete sed.Ub.wheat, -

OIIe and Two Cent '- grower of Russia, and the poorly- to take the action of the DIRECTORS

J* Check, Poe 10huge ljter Will be apparent, by a perusalof I paid cotton planter of India, besides County Commissioners, or rather of JAS.PMTOH.MH the National Bank,VI'B.of BAftmrrr Jacksonville(President), J.H.

One Tear .............................$1J0 the following extract from the being saddled with the bur of their committee on printing, as ,DUBKKB (Vlo-I'reeldent National Bank of
Nnntill ........................."....1.00 merchant JdckKonTille), W. B. GRAHAM and W. M.
fffx Months,................................ .M letter of a wealthy capitalist who den of having'o pay double pricesfor a precedent, not a single BBOWV.
Time 8hlf1. Copy ...................... 50cot has always been glad to take all everything he wears or uses in could do business or be able to live COKBKSPOZTOENTS.
AddreVs'i'n"d. 8.or Canada,Prepaid Seaboard National Bank or New York
W any here. If who wanted and
.that monopolistic
real estate mortgages he has been order or National Bank of Jacksonville. 20

w'AL'I'lta able to secure in the past, on Indian aire manufacturers or trusts may groceries, a suit of clothes, a stove ,TITUSVILLE; FLA.
..... B. O *BAM
Batter River ,properties. The letter be protected from competition and a bill of hardware or a thousand

Associate-Editor&Manager....C.,n,W .L'I'OJI. was written in response to an offer thereby reap fabulous profits ? letter heads, were to send to some ,

of mortgages from :a Titusville We believe that matters are large city, in order to save a few

bold ourselves for theevbilons firm:- shaping themselves for A"great reformation cents, what, would become of our T. MURPHY
We do not responsible
of onr correspondent, claim. "1 thank you,for, the offerings on the tariff question. home merchants? '

the right to reject any communication. of the mortgages, but am The bone and sinewTofahe-country The legislature of Florida a few .

Cbmmnnlcatlonii pnbllo&tjon mast be wrlCm end|- inclined to think that the next cannot fail to realize, .in, the near years ago, passed a law, making it
of only
tnnlil plainly, in every on one ewe, 1* accompanied paper Jy; the move on the part of some 'one or future that 'the tariff is not a compulsory for the State officials, Jacksonville! Machine! .

publication but M, guarantee of neceM good&faith.for ones interested, will be to have a blessing. The scaled must soon in the various counties to purchasetheir .

construction of the act of the legislature fall from their .eyes: Our com record books from firms in .

defined by the courts; the merce will be freed from the chains the State. The action of our .

ADVERTISING RATES said act appears to me to be of that limit.Its field at present.,'Can. County Commissioners is altogeth. Andiron Works.PUMPS

ada and Cuba will become et at variance with the 'precedentset .
nca YEAR such language as to make it questionable ; a part .

On Inch.I ....'10.00 as to how the courts may of this republic,.as a result of the them by the State.

Twolnoh......... 111.00 construe it; not liking litigation intimate commercial relations free We1 shall continue to do our utmost '
Three Four Inch,..... 211.00 I think I will stay in out of the trade will create and in a few to promote the developmentof ,
Fire Inch,or Quarter Col.,...... 0.iO theAmerican sailor will our chosen field feeling that the .
no ,
HalfOolnmn. M- wet. If the persons who have been years Made and
Whole Column,..*.100.00 loaning money in your State are longer be a curiosity'in distant patronage of the. people will be Repaired

tat 81x Months,divide the )early rate by two thinking people, I do not doubt parts of the globe. sufficient to repay us for our efforts,

_add 10 per cent. that the supply of funds will be if the county printing should go CENTRIFDCAL PUMPS PIPING & SUCTION,

Tor Three Month, divide the yearly-rate by much curtailed in the future, at PRINTING THE COUNTY PAMPHLET elsewhere.

(bur,and add 20 per cent. least until[ your higher courts have ; Remember we .are not begging ,For Phosphate: Drcdg1.n.g.

passed the meaning. of for the job of printing the county
local Advertisement!, Ten Cent Per Line upon certain -
acta Insertion. portions of the usury act, but, We pamphlet; we are, simply putting OFFICE &'WORKS:' ,_.
are pleased to note the posi.
matter of, fact I think it will ourselves on record for principle,
laid Reading Matter, not In "local NeWl"tlllunll8. as a tion taken,by'the,Star in regard to and that the well t 134 & t 136 East Street Jacksonville
,Five Cents Per Line Each Insertion, be many years before capital for publishing the new'county urge county, as Bay Fla.
pam. Its individual citizens should
will flow to
I gal Advertisement at Legal RatesMO loaning on mortgages phlet. The article contained in its Jun--emo '
home industries.Do .
the State whilst the demands will patronize ,
the above rates are for one edition per last issue is candid, outspokenand

..... increase from year to year. Experience logical, and reflects our sentiments E. O. BLAIR. D. B.; THRASHER.
You Want a Piano?
has shown it to be unwise
pr Bills collected monthly If not otherwise on the subject exactly.. The
for States to cut off their The attention of our readers Is
t freed upon, new of of laws sup ADVOCATE: is prepared to submit a called to tho advertisement of especially the Blair & Thrasher

plies money by passage bid for the job. We shall make as New Piano ,
CBeek,eto.,may be made payable to "QrahAin curtail the England Company. This
Walton." endeavoring rights, Iowan estimate as possible, and at comapny has the largest producing piano
or at least, the desires of the loan. the factories In the world; they manufacture
arMerchantl and all othere to whom we areJadabted same time leave ourselves a PRODUCE: BROKERS
era. It is all well and good to do the entire piano; therefore purchasers -
wlU oblige ni by presenting their bills fair margin of profit. The laboreris
the when pay only one profit. They have
_lie of every mouth for prompt settlement. so.at proper season, the worthy of,his hire and when and
we large elegant warerooms at 1S7 Tre-
residents and settlers have advanced
do work for either private customer mont street, Boston and at OS Fifth ave Commission & Distributing Merchants

to some state of prosperity and or the county, we want to make flue New York, where a full line of these ,
AAdrets all communications to
stability, but capital is timid, and celebrated pianos can be seen. If ;you
SALT COAST ADVOCATE, will be always Inclined withdraw per centage pro. are thinking of buying a piano ;you can .
fit as the merchant charges when
save money by sending for an illustrated
KaBoz.44. TlTUIVlLLE.. FtOBOA. from scenes of possible litigation he sells hi. wares. If we shouldbe catalogue which will be mailed free O. Box 701. ,

and endeavors to rule its course. so fortunate as to the with valuable Information. Address
The number of persons who have secure New England Piano Company 82 George
Job on this basis ,'well and ORANGES AND' PINEAPPLESA
Farmer Alliance. 'good.
the ability to ,supply funds, and street, Boston, Mass., and mention this .
If it to the If .
the '
goes Star, proprietor paper. *25 ,
'Titusville Lodge of the Farmer alBCknee who are willing to do so on the untried of that establishment can A .

meets regularly on the tint and security'of new lands, in new closer A carpenter, by the name of M. 8. of kinds of
all Fruits
sand Saturdays of each month at the I States, or even In new cities,is very figure little have'' than we' can, Powers fell from the roof of a house In Consignments Vegetables, and Produce.Solicited. ,
Cburt ender House Invited, Visiting to members of the I limited. Their principal inducement we .DO .regrets; but East DesMoines: Iowa, and sustained a LIBERAL ADVANCES, MADE. PROMPT. ,RETURNS. ;
are attend we dowantto the job awardedto
see painful and serious
sprain of the wrist
1 to take the risks involved is References: National Bank of the State of Florida W.
a home firm. While we cannot which he cured with one bottle of Cham ; H. Sharpe Sharper. ; T. V.
F.A.. :N. the payment which they get for the afford to do the work for nothing, berlain's Pain Balm. He says It is worth Moore Eden; Well & Sons, Plant City eto. 12Jnn
unwil 15 a bottle., It cost him
supply. They are entirely 50 cents. For

Indian RIver Lodge, No. 00, Free and ling that the borrowers shall fix or point below and cost do ,so we If the might county;itrain were a, sale by Dixon.-..-& Gray.;.....__ 215 THE EAST COAST TRANSPORTATION COOMP ANY.

.tfpoepted Masons hold their meetings the terms upon which business matters '
so as to be unable to for The Pineapple.
ine5nJVon.r before Full Moon, shall be arranged. poor pay I I

"'ZSO p. m., In Masonic Hi!ll!, la the In- Some portions of the west are the work; but the printing officesof The pineapple cannot be considered a

au:River State Dank building, Tltus- and di.. this county are not only indus. perfectly safe crop in Florida north of
now going through severe
trial establishments the twenty-eighth degree of latitude.
ffla.yialM! !:jbrethren are cordially invited tressing experiences-the result of more the y are Its cultivation is some times attempteda .
They most
are effective
-,to attend. l legislation; ., Capital has.been with full degree north of this limit with
WA:TCB S. GIUIIAU,W. :M. drawn; the communities are los promoters In' developing ;this section winter protection and unless the thermometer -
JOSEPH: :MENDELL, Secrety, ; they are not exempt from sinks below thirty degrees they
ing their farms, properties and res. taxation, but pay cheerfully all assessments will pass through the winter unhurt.
idences, which the foreolosers are Being allowed ample space and freely
Cm I. Metcalf editor and pro. obliged to in there levied upon manured the plants attain largo size and '
buy being ,no why Schedule In effect July 6 1891.
praetor of the Tropical Sun has ty, and. there is no reason they produce fruit from four to nine poundsin .
competition: ; indeed the ,distress The steamer ANCIENT CITY leaves New Smyrna Mondays Wednesdaysand
should not receive In return fair weight, varying according to the
been appointed postmaster at Juno, has, in certain localities, reachedso riety. va Fridays, at 0 a. m.; Titusville 11 a. m.; Rock Ledge, 3 p. m.; arriving at Mel ;
Dade ,The administration pay for services performed for'the bourne at 7 p. m. Returning leaves :Melbourne at 6
county., present far that the people have no mon Pineapples are commonly protected by a. m., Tuesdays Thursdays
seems to be kind to the ey to buy see;la'for planting often county.We erecting a horizontal platform of small and Saturdays; llojekledge, 8 a. m.; Titusville 12 m.; arriving. at New Smyrna. at
editorial fraternity, as witness having descended from would like to ask the County : poles or lathes, supported by posts, and K. P. PADDISON "
an appar. G. F. FADDISON.
Commissioners, after the elevated high enough so as not to interfere .
Andrews, at Cocoa, Edwards, at ent condition of'comfort and ad. tion of Bro. Wager and since sugges. with' the upward growth of the General Manager G. F. & P. A.

Sanford, and now Metcalf at Juno. vancing prosperity, to one of utter have had time to the they plants. This platform is closely covered -
give matter
poverty and want. I feel sorry for a with palm leaves during the winter and THE TR.OFICALTE.U"NKLI E
sober second thought if they thinkit
forms a good protection against light -
TUB: commission of Florida Florida. I
railway hope my Judgment may would be the fair thing to invite frosts. A slight shade Is always allowed Jacksonville, Tampa 9' Key West,Systen
says the railway Age has be incorrect but I am firmly of the outside competition in this matter. during summer. This it is claimed enhances
been abolished the opinion that there will be the value of the fruit
by great causing it Schedule in Effect
If about June let
they were to buy hun. 1891. Central Time.
a Standard
after a brief existence. It seems distress, and that enterprises will to be more tender and juicy than it
dred dollar's worth of hardware than it would if exposed to the full forceof
to have been
concluded that railway
Going 8ooUi. Dowu.
would they first procure estimates the sun throughout the summer. Going North,Read Up.
building and operation In from the Drew Hardware The plants are usually grown in beds

Florida need encouragement,rather FREE TRADE VERSUS PRO- of Jacksonville, and pass Company the is eight thus to ten feet'.in: width; the' covering t II 4 00 5T'om12 I Qd 111 Em a I I 110 44"am ArrIy.Leave Green Jacksonville Cove Springs Arrive Leave C II 150 51"am t12 11M 66sw am t II 610 011 pm
easily 151"
than and that the exist. applied. lose" "
repression doors of Messrs. and 140" loa" .......... a Sevlll i 555" 40" 4l"
TECTION. Budge Stiling, North of the latitude mentioned pineapple .. .. 4 N ..........
fag railways are a much greater .-...... .;,.......
if those be production does not IktLed ... 145" .j,........
gentlemen to
happened appear prom. .86" _....... "
benefit to the State than lim Ornge_City Junctlon 1'45" I." ..........
they are ising unless in exceptionally favorable ....... .. .
If one will read the great daily say five, ,per ceat. higher in their am 440" 8antord 115" ,116" ........
.. .... ...... .
4 a
to their owneis-which is true, as places and under the best conditions of 40" En&erpr\Jte ti .......... 63", ..... ...
journals of the taking in prices? If not, should they first ........ S 40" ........... a ,
country, culture. In the TITUSVILLE a ... ......:...
plantations visited
results .
of railway Investments on ...... ...... .n.
iathat State are almost without both democratic and republican, consult the Drew Printing Cqmpa. an island near the southern junction of ........, 5.50" ........ .. Orlando Tara" .N. .1150"m, at" ....."."......
he will be able to get a yery con. ny, or the Tunei Vntonf We the Indian and Banana rivers, the plants .::...,.. 5V" .......... .a JU..lmmee 1110 .5 OIl" .".;......
exception, on the losing side of the to be set about inches a 30" .......... Barto.. a ...._.. .........
fused idea of the tariff question. would not think of trying to get.I appear eighteen .......... 8 5n." ........... a 20" .... .
llance sheet thus far. in .... Tampa .. .....i.
apart thus effect. .. .... ..
masses preventing OIl" .
The columns of the one are loaded the county printing'of a pamphlet I Ive cultivation. The brown and bleached v...... 11 10" .......... sort Meade 4 06".n........:. .......
Arcadia ..
: ..
... .
M .. t. .
.. .. 4.a.
Tu..aThfropolf4 desire to down with Articles showing the for Orange county, or even from aspect of,the leaves indicates injury' .h. 12 1If)" .......... Paata Gord& a ,,11 aq" (.......... .......

beneficent effects of the protective Dade. The newspapers publishedin from cold weather The fruits are mostly ......... a a ,5
am Into a discussion with the while the other the those fields labor well small, and having to enter markets in ......... II "I-: 115"SII&m Leave I'aIatb A.rrI., ...-... U.l0 M&IB
TOasrille ADVOCATE theory, pictures as as ,. Arrive IDterlaehea a ........ 1011. '
about its ru. for the competition with fruits of the same kind ..,.". .. ." 1111" Jlawtborne a .......... 113" IU"
phenomenal prosperity would they can good of the ..
particular ..
wr of a receiver,being appointed Imported from the West Indies which ....... 540" 1215" N 1ioebollle ......... .1." 110"
for the Jacksonville and follow the adoption of free trade fcoUhty in which they are lo sometimes sell at prices not much above .:........ 442" i 110"114' .". Gain rive ............ 510" 110"
Tampa by the nation. The the and if the commissioners those given for the beat the ...... ... 615" 113. a OraOcala ke .......... 113" .19"
more Gated
Key West railroad or the road'sfttaaelar uv- county oranges, ......... M .......... 14540"1O "
man considers the profits are not encouraging. ....... 7 II" .87. .... .. sea
erage subject, are Jnneed, of printing .. 115" POcber .h.
affairs. What the M any When allowed 610" wa ..................... 10"
plants are for full ... ....
:the more he Is Satisfied that he it would be contrary to Idea of space 155" 80. .N BnIobyUle .......... .......... 815k'
stepoiY! Bald In our ....,..... ..
contradiction of the development. and due attention gives to I ........ ,1If)" 1
Enau. a .......... .......... 168
knows .......... .......... : 1
nothing about it. In the ..
naor was as Mr. Parrott, attorney professional or business ethics, to the slight protection necessary during 10" Ta._ .......... .......... 111I_
for the road, stated It. Why he manufacturing centres, the vote of snatch the plum away from those the winter fruits weighing from six to Trams. t Dally',except Sunday f Sunday only.
wasr so emphatic was because he the mechanic is secured under the who deserve it. : tea pound.n AI1 predated and these com aa4 1ea Palatka YIUa a&1:00 ."&
ffil not want It to gala delusion that protection has a tea. Are the county: patera of Bre, & prices. Wu. &tra-
currency DEBS, U* S. Horticulturist-Florida '
Broad', and Injure the road or.cr deney to keep up or Increase his' YArd so entirely_ Jickfng In .merit JXtpa.ic\. Indian, River S"ten.D1.bon.t; Co.BTEAMCSU .
fl& wages. The much abused farmer as to be Un; the ,
p a suspicion that It was flnaa- ojtnj county pat-
4o J31 embarrasled.-Jacbonville ia also quite frequently convinced I' ronaget Are the efforts they put Cholera Infantnm its terrors
that he gets better prices for his since introduction of Chamberlain's
; !
vrttt in
,.ahopolll, July 28th. under publishing to the world Colts, Cholera and Diarrhoea :Remedy.
a protective r-
the advantages and 'resources of When that remedy Is used, and the treatment '
than! he would under a nee trade this section worthless as not to as directed with each bottle, ..',.

Xr war several centuries ago thatE3akespeare regime, whUe. :: a matter of fact, warrant appreciation at the hands followed, a euro U certain. Mr. A. W. i .
made Puck to the Walter prominent merchant at Wal-
say, fatting class blWon dol. of the trustees of the
county 'pat
mat fools these mortals be,"an"Raw pay '(\DL, Bays: JOn cured my baby
tart a year to enrich the man or nonage! Is It proper that when a boy of cholera Infantum, after weal '
the great American. il!:.trated monopoly that makes his farming job of printing Is to be ordered other remedies had failed. The child landings; and.5105g Leave: .TitiuvUI... Mo.daysW.daadar at e.-OO > KL. DaD and,Frida. except,., Sunday,for Maibeerae' and Jepltar.war

teaorous paper 0,Vn same same implements, his clothing his shoes, they must get down to" the'Vloaest was so low that 1uI seemed almost beyondthe Lea..-.-... N.tag J( Mare Nelboerne at f ere po .. daD 1IIakJAg except eooseetlcas>da1.for for 1ILMSYIHs.
aid of human hands reach of "apiIIO: p m. sad Saturday., __ fcwTUu"1le
IaeUa'adop\i and the trite saying as Its I and his fertiliser, while he, poor kind of figures, and take the eon medicine." S5 and CO ,cent or bottles any for ac-a.I'w 1dModtdM or 0eMtaI,saewteg lblawJackw.rWe Ttaheka a&etaTthluornss aame4 aDorq.nd rac.-IoU.. apply 10 local

; flaunts the unpleasant deluded fellow, If a resident of the tract at a was.., In order to, prevent sate by Dixon & Gray. 319 R 1L CABZZ. o..enl Xaaacw.,J1L G. D. ACJI.EJU.'I'' "4f... r- AIR

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\1 ; 'COAST ADVOCATE, TItXDAY, JULY' 31; 1881. "
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'TROPICHOUSE:. ,[ >IF' YOU ARE HOT'W;: CAN GOOL YOU C <; 2 :{(: ) ..

: .a.k.o: Worth.OLt' : : With a Refrigerator :IP Cream Freezer' Cooler, 23tc. &:: 't"


ALL THE--TEAR ROUND. At, the same time Protect Yon torn Mosquitoes with Screen Wire, green & galvanized ;,' Window & Door Frame?;. ,::: 4 ".

Special' Loa Rake for Summer Gnats.J. } F.T.* BUDGE: Titusville, Fla.- :, fi '

... = .. -<:

1 _: :: ,,'; ';

0. MoD ONEL, warm, making it pleasant at any time of: THE COTTEN HOUSE B;. R.: OLMSTJ3AB, INDIAN RIVER LUMBER CO

22my3m Proprietor the year. The ocean at this place 'Is .
quite free from sharks, and not even. the. The Pioneer Dealer In ,
timid women need be afraid: (SUMMER RESORT,) "; .

Lake. Worth. .LATER NER 8. : : -, 'Sewaneerenn.: GENERAL MERCHANDISE,, Incorporated. Feb. Q8, :1891.K. : : .' a

The "Mary B." Is In. ; Gal HANSON, Manager. .
.'Eau. .le.t .
Guy Bradley working for JIm Tor
This has been month of rain > *' '
a -
ter. UNDER MANAGEMENT MRS:' 'keep in Stock, a Choice-,variety 'of TITUSVILLE FLA.la4p: ::

Frank. Latham has gone to Palm Louis. Bradley is working" for- -M.-,>, B. JOE'H, SMITH, O5P JACKONVILLE,, GROCERIES, HARDWARE : ,.: \ :. .' c
Beach Lyman. HOUSES' FRAMED TO ORDEI; '- :-j ,: -T
Mr.D.: M. HelmerV health J* .Improv -' CROCKERY, TOILET ARTICLES, ETC W; ; '
Jed. Charter Is expected back to take ing. ":.- ." NOW OPEN. Apply for.Terma.pedal And will Soil M Low as the Lowest HARRISON nnoT xRS' MIXED PAINTS, unequalled for beauty and. 1aetln' g.-.,, .<'

Worth every day. The "Illinois" and "Bonton" are both Call 'and examine my Stock,:' 18! qualities. Color Cards and prices on application *.:'L. ""*,*

Wild gr&peI.haye. been "all the go" back on the lake, and the "Ruby Dye" Efforts Made to Entertain Aaeney. for the MA.rmot r,". the beet Wind Engine madei .,">" j. .,'.
this summer. has Just left for the Keys. J. E ENDER & CO.wfa.t0b.n.L11I.cx -- :; .. *v I

The schooner uDe sle 0." li in, and Is around and Guettt I Card's.GIDORO.
Chas. Pierce
clearing Professional '
we will soon see Capt., George's' pleasantface cleaning up the grounds of the "Robinson Refer to Capt Joe Smith, THnsvlllo_ ; %3. J. M. Sanders, 1 r

again. Cruso" place, on Hypoluxo Island. 5jnn3mo.W AND. '
I M. Aonnnrn. VTAtTKB 8. G UHAM.TJOBBINS Dealer In 3
Mr. Wm. McConnlck'will return before Mr. Lawrence Osteen, who was so horribly HAHUFACTURING JEWELERS, '

few days.his parents, and will be 'here in a. cut by Edward Albury two weeks' H, GLEASON. & CO i fltiisvillo Fla. A GRAHAM, DRY GOODS NOTIONS;*: .'V. *'

ago,Js in the Key West hospital -' ,
Mr*. E. Gale, wife of Rev. Gale, has Sunday-school held every Sunday, at ATTORNEYS AND CASES. of Fine and.OomplicatedWatches A TTOnNEYS-A.-LAW, CROCKERY *T-V; *. .

left for Kansas- where she will visit the west side school house, and enjoyed ; setting of Diamonds and. other TrruBVrLUc, Brevard Co.; Florida. SADDLERY, '

friends., by*all G. S. Rowley makes a good su Precious Stones. p o.Box;280. STATIONERY. .: :
Mr. M B. Lyman has been putting the perintendent. TITLES TO SPANISH GRANTS Alligator and Hog-Tusks Carved and Wtlll'ractice In Ml theoountiesnf the Seventh j :'- 5
Mounted?for cano brooches eta and In the Court. fafllltte FAMILYMEDICINES, ; .
roof on his new house and painting hit -headsr. Circuit Supreme Rpeclal '
Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Porter left for the .
AMINED for Eramining.and I'erfectlng
look GARDEN \
Shell Jewelry made SEEDS.
store They both. nicely. north, last Saturday. They will spend Title (rnmwixinclenoe solicited from Claimant ,1. .., ,
In S. H. Ray's new building opposite ?
Chaa. Fierce'lias his boat In good sailing two' months there. They intend io visit Abstracts d'and ReSumysObtained from 1'ontoffice. *and lleln to Spanliih Grant CHOICE ,.GROCERIES ,

order with a new sail and rigging,; their son; Max., In Lexington\ ,,Ky, corner Prompt attention to all orders by mall Money to Loan. 1 1 HAY-, CORN, MAPES' FERTILIZERS" ,: 4-v: ;

She is a little beauty, for her size. We should note that Mrs. U. IX: Heu.drlckson .. ot otherwise. FINE PATENT FLOURJ' :v _

The lake Is -very quiet; we have no has'named her baby: Mary ladleseltowedPexcellent and Defective Homestead and Pre-Emptlon D. L.Notar OAVLDBN)'. Attorney' J.T.for BAKDMW Hoard County, Oocoa, P1or1.d.a. t74t N{'

steamer, no pleasure parties-nothing, Walter.Both Entries Corrected and Pefoctod. ... .
except the hum of the'moequlto: taste In choosing HODGES & GODFREY CoinmlBtluneri.. ,.'.'

names Claims Adjusted before the Department A, SANDERS, ar. VV. 'f.Oger: ,
The now safe, purchased by the Coun- at Washington. Manufacturers ofYellow GAULDEN t"J"" :
The" slen." is down to Mr.Lyman'lI .
ty Commissioners, has been placed in lollclwll. 16 nEALER..Ui'CLbTJIIN: ,, ..
Mr; Quimby's office, at the court house. I. unloading lumber. Capt.George Correspondence Lumber AT' O EYa.AT-L.W: ".I :
purchases says they will haul her out for repairs. EAU GALLIE, FLA. \ Pine Gents, Furnishing Goods, Shoes, Hats"" ...
the recent of landon
Among 'They do not. Intend to lay her up Will practice In all the Courts of the Stateof .., ., ,

Lake Worth, are those made by N. C.. through the hurricane season. ROUGH A DRK88KD: Florida,and the United States Courts. Caps Umbrellas, Trunks, Yalises, -,', -' .....""'J.,.
Motley and J. H. Livingstone of Orlando
i Pine & Cypress Lumber Orange, Box Reads, """.
Fla. .. Mr. A. Walton Garnett has returned KrnJt A Vegetable Cr t*... r.o.' Box,11M. "TrruSVJU.IC, FLA. FINE CIGARS, Etc. .. *. '
from his trip to Titusville. All are gladto Lumber delivered at anypart of Indian Hirer The only house in town making A .;+"* '
Mr:B.. Lester Gladden and B. Sher- see him back again. He should be OF, ALL KINDS, on thronith bill of Uillng Anyone contemplating Money Loan. 18JQR. of Gents. Furnishing; Good ,spocialty -
ouae are new men of the Tropical Sun :bnlminir on the EAct well to .
quite a sailor by this time, M he went on ROUGH OR DRESSED. OoAtot\woutllln\ "
Mr Gladden. the : write for prioMi.: The on the Drop in and examine stock'and.
force. ; occupies post my ,
; the sharpie "IlUnois." J.,T.,& K. w.Rr.a miles smith of ralatka.
tlon of foreman. M. D. L. DODSON; compare prices. Cash customers cops-:
Capt. George Lyman, with Louis and Shingles, Lath, Orange, Pineapple RAg *i 0ocoaii.BUWngiRaGalliee) ,Kuirene"i 'jCgSSi mand every consideration competitors
The new law against shooting white Guy Bradley have gone to the Inletto claim to confer, ,
herons seems to be a good thing, as they up 8atMnmaIIIght8,Putnam co.,Fla.Altree's '
get M. B. Lyman's little'sharpie, & getable Packages 8ocWO SPECIALIST IN OPERATIVE SURGICAL .Car when convenient) 'First 'door'v .
would short! time' become' extinctIn "Sliver," off the shore at the inlet,where ,. :

::,', ,this pajt of Florida. the tide went down and left her; They A MECHANICAL DENTISTRY. south,of ADVOCATE.
'!.. All these days are good for is dream- will spend Sunday in Palm Beach. It will who contemplate ( General Supply StoreU '

,iu ins: To lie in a good Mexican ham- George belongs to the C. C. .J of. Lake building to capon, or address us. Mill TITUSviLLE. FLORIDA., DIXON GRA.t<':
/>< mock; ,and dream away the hours, is Worth, at DoLeon Springs. the place to Bell What Ton Don't Want. and &, .
What You
,".v'f: bllllr; to work la not. Mr...Wm. Moore has a night-blooming Orders promptly filled. Buy HARDWARE Do., Paints Oils Implement a L. WILLS, Dealer li| '* 'V,"" .
Farming D .
firr.: Albert Laubach is cereus, that has climbed to the top of a Chandler & Landers : ; ,
building large *;Builder1 Material,Musical InatrumentlrCBNTTURB : Drugs, Chemicals Perfumery Toilet'Articles !
::wharf, on the Lake front" He has made tall mastic tree, by the side of his house and the New PROCESS PHYSICIAN SURGEON, I ,
r- *
1-a straight road from it back to the Every night It is covered with' Immense STOVE,wblch I.death to all other A graduate of the University of Tennsylranla Fine Soaps'Stitlonery,- 1
: house, a quarter of a mile, in the pine white blooms, a'foot across. Nothing J. L, Casper, Agent, Tropic, Fla. and an experience of twenty I -
i- woods. more beautiful can be Imagined. At the XXnySmoW.N.HENDRY years in practice, offers his services to JEWELRY, S a
I Cocoanut Grove House, Palm Beach,Mr. the SPECTACLES ASEWING -
citizen of TItusyllle and vicinity,
j. A:: number of ducks have remained DImick has a large vine of Catalonian MACHINES. -

JS here all summer, about fifty In alli; they jasmine that covers a little arbor. The OFFICE: OTXB'/.nooBnsco. Guns Pistols Machines ': .', y
Sewing 'nd
4 seem to be nesting in the grass, near the ground under it II shell from the ocean Y ,
upper end of Hypolnxo.Iaand, as they Beach; It has three wide benches, and it Dealer'In LA RUE P ELY, Jewry Repaired a Watches. ,'.Clock" rand i

always fly that way. it pleasant to lie there on a bench, and a,. t. Specialty. J''f
: : THE: PEACE'17Trt! School Books and School BuppUea .
the blue bosom of Lake
'The sloop :"Clara Bell" is. In upon General .
laying Worth Merchandise; Subscriptions taken at ,. '
New River for better weather. and watch the whitewingediwats Notary Public for the State at .arge. publisher1 priees'for ; AN

She Is from, waiting Indian River bound for MI- like loa gulls, flying to and fro, Contractor. and Builder of over years' experience Newspapers, Hooks, Magazines.etc- '" :,); !'
the waves leaping from their bows Natural Finish a Specialty. Prescriptions carefully oompouaded at$:-i ,.
ami, and baa on Mr. Belcher; up DRY GOODS, FLA. ." ; .
and their rain endeavors to wet the sailor MELBOUmE any time,'day or night. *
Chwu Watson and Mr. Bush. Wl .: .;,. B, .
at the helm. Amid all, ft faint per NOTIONS, -
The "'Ruby Dye," Capt. Frederick fume of those jasmines Is wafted to you a ht William 21Utch- Dross ;,

Voss, has Porter 12,750 pine slips by the cool sepbyr of the south and at STATIONERY ; : y.
for J. W. at Hypoluxo. Capt. last the sound of the dinner bell rudely Drayman.Hauling .

Vow says pine slips are scarce. He reports brings you back to your senses again. Choice 'Groceries, done at reasonable rate Attends Patent
a good trip, only coming back they all departing, and meet all arrir Medicines:: ,

encountered a few very nasty squalls, MIMS, FLA. Ing train ;?_ .* *
but got In safely; They will start outas FOR Orders left with d. B. Rumpb or at Elegant t Perfumery and Toilet Molefr r

soon as the weather will permit.- The ADVOCATE: office will receive prompt .. ', ,!
reason:of their long trip was'' not, theboat's C. J. HECTOR attention. iuVS:: :'* ,: ':.,
Kept hand
& laid at irk:' Wines Spirits constantly on a?' ,:: ;
sailing; &y Albory's ',
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Hear what the people say about this stove t < fl': '"' ** 7"t; Srt 2 ..
wharf nine days. Dealer in GeneralMerohandi Mr. Altreat Dear Sir-We cheerfully testify to :M:. lO. lOXUaXXOll.: J. B. Sere' "rlj 1. -."cV ,1 1;

Last night a'lIttle dance : : tbe admirable qualities of the New Process e. ,, : : ,
Monday was : ff :<
>s e Oaaollue &0... We have bad one over six >< v,' ';;
held il J. H. arlln'. new postofflce and BRICKLAYER & PLASTERER 3
oorS month,and cannot olqt to a single fault. STOVEf. '
tore; at Jupiter. L. C. and G. M.Bradley Melbourne, Flo t. B.C, A k.A. Borliugeonr, DRUG : : 'i
with Capt., Chas. Pierce, went and aitusville! ,May e,l W., Titusville FlatWork "." l* ; 7* '"

took their. mnsio along. The dancingwas CIGARS ETC.' I tad a gnat laving of 'uoUneln In the New Also the latest Newspapers, Perfoitt"j* ">'
kept'up until morning. The Sun Hats Shoes Clothing Dry GoodsJust Process over the old. U keep me.In a perpetual contracted for on any part of calm, eto S* ":' or -
force was over from Juno, with Editor OF THE FINEST QUALITY, ; state of wonder anddellghtNn..Sidney Wilbur.< Indlau lUrer. 8 -S .. ...

Guy L Metcalf. The remembrance of Arrived. Splendid Goods:: TltaivlUe,May 8th, IBM.
this dance will gladden the heart, or 1 'am delighted with the New Process Vapor JUST >Hi ,
hearts of one or two Jupiter or Tahlta & Renaker.Families OILS, P PAINTS HARDWARE, LEAD, BU>ve.; It U wore than I expected.TUnvUleFla.May0thuul Jno. McAllister RECEIYED .r -

girls. Mr. Gladden called off for them. Loslcy DRUGS, GROCER, GRAIN ldn.. ** *. WIUJj'PINEAPPLE -.J, ,' ..

The Lake Worth boys said they bad a Supplied. Of all kinds; and In fact a full line of F' t Contractor for AI.
said "The .1 !I.
splendid time. Jupiter '
everything. Call examine. .11 "
boys treated ns splendidly t ice cream, EDEN AT '., .,_'.:-' .
lemon ice watermelon and all that, Artesian Wells -
.1 V .. -jj '
lmaowt'with plenty of good cigars thrown. Notice of Incorporation Notice to Debtor and Creditors. I I't i'1 '., t '....... .-..' -J..' :.

Mall carrier Burkhardt found a young Of the- De Solo Beach. Improvement Co. t1titled A IL Frank" CREDITORS to 11.8ackets dunrU.utlon,legatee deceased out 01 and,are the hereby person, estate null-en of I wt Eau Gallic, Fla.N'.A. C. All..n'J' ?.1

wild cat on the beach; ho says, "it bit t: The name of this corporation shell be the fled to present their claim and demand to the ';""'- """>"- .'.- '
and clawed and at last I flung It in the "De Sato Beach and Improvement Company. nndenlgned,sole executrix of aid estate,with ] ; '
S. The general nature of the tnulnete of the in two yean,or this notice will be pleaded la .TJ") : .A.N"'S ':' :::1
ocean, and it drowned. If there were corporation hall be the development of a town bar 01 snob$***. AU persons owing Mid e*. x-
more of the wild cats, there would not vita and leaiide neon upon a certain tract of taW are hereby r.qulred so.stib their aeooant NEWSPAPER GEORGIANA :FIA. :
be so many rabbits, to eat down young land extending from the Banana River to the. with the aQdenlg ed, promptl1,or.lI1t WW be PLANTATION.T. ,
Atlantic Ocean a cbort distance from the property Isstftuted ran Weir eolieetbe.Txt.rrEA. SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY
tree The wild cat is harmless. We known a* the lie Soto Grove. Bald tract SACKRT, .
remember,about six years agoa couple of of land I* known and deccribod as follow,,to- Sole Ezeentrlx of the but wan sod testament The Pioneer
wit tot seven and eight of section twenty-live of frank 8. SKkett,deceaied. 200 DOZ.
half-grown cats used to under our 1"
come and lot on and two of thlrty.tx,aU in town T. m. .:EU.charcis, For term and sample cope address- r i
sappodillo trees,in the yard, every day, .hip twenty-two, couth of range thlrty-aeveo '.
and play like tame cats, and seemed not _{, and containing one hundred and eighty* Notice of Incorporation Indian Klrer, Florida. c. H. NAUMAN, ,. .
in the least afraid of us. Fortunately eight acne more or lea. The company hall TiTVSYn.i.K. Brevard county Fla.pSj -
have power to take inch itep a* it may find Decenary '
for as* we bad no chickens at that time, to promote the o/Ihs TUuavWe, Oat HilJ and Canaveral JELLY GLASSES; '
.deevemeentofa .
or they would have been caught. IneorporatloB,to wit,& seeaa. Steamboat and ZVatuporfation Company. k y
aWe resort by disposing of lot,erecting build. .
1. The name of this eoroaeatlas shall.."11teTttuvtn. :: '
and a tramroad '
constructing Utroatrh the
lap ,
Mr. R. B. UcCormlck's place looks property from: Banana River to the Atlantic ., Oak Hill and Uutaver Steamboat G>4rr F .
rather desolate and dreary; theweeds Uueaa beach add to provide mean of truunortttoa and Tmuporutloa Company., ; ,) ;, ;,,::\/
a. The general unto of tbe business of the
for its member and from
: Tltn-
the time the patron*
are growing, but, at same bet -
vUto and other tributary point*. eeorsoruuag.ebra.n ramiportaUoo of relicbe 4clC4il QO ",' ,: t
flowers in rank profusion the ladUa aadT"ft j ;
are growing .. the shall .
The capital stock of corporation amend II <
and the a/mines fill the air with their be five thousand dollar divided into one: hundred Kiver and Creek the Mueqnifct Lagoon, in _____ > .
bushes shares of af dollars each, to be paid the eooBtle*of Brevard Dade Ud VoliwU, and : : .-,;--
fragrance while the crape myrtle ty nyla to the oat convenient point on the H"i"iKlver : II '"
are a mass of delicate blush pink. But .full.. The eorporatlm ihaQ commence boalnee to reecb the Blrht of Canaveral.t. .jlle t IS'ON'S : -t.;: ::
The capital Mock; of the eorvoouluo ahall
nowhere have noticed coleus of such
with tbe
we epos Sling iu article of Incorporation c
and Dollar, divided Into
be >ve tooo ot e IaIUt- Sajr'
beautiful shades and colors as on Mr. Reereuryof BUM aad with the Clerk: of the dred iharee,of Af*dollars each,(o be paid uplag IMPROVED :
for JkevarcI-.tyaa4
Circuit Court la aad
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Vanderbilt Barton's place. Here geraniums for at ta Ia Ian.
.hall continue a period
, of the white darkest red of ,tr.u"I : The eorp<)r ( 1
purest .. bailneu the company eon- lseeoo posh with Sure.
ol u.ardclM of on
and crimson;roses of every hue known I ducted, a 1Y..tdentg.creury.TheBoud: Treasurer of Director and i Btate aB4 Ute etr orka ol amrt of tile *,p' ARS';, :.,
Porte showing that Mr. Wilf ord Board* however uTbra.IMrector.nay be Ucr wd to a,.by a Biatnrltroc coos' Ie which is shah operate,and CIODILu.eIOI' t 1 4 4L. : t< .
taken good care of them el the*tockho>d r ef the- the p.rfad afAtt7)'eUL j:I 'IN1'8. QUABTS. "rScud -
months- E- who be regular et-Iolw!:::!,; 6. '!tie bn*iae.oY&e oonipany shall 1.COIIoo J .
the hot summer .. may patient any ducted by a pmioent Y..w.ac l ,aecratarrt .
peeWIy we noticed an immense bed of a.-inff TM* aural etoekhoUoc meeting IlIaD beheld tmworer,and Bve dlrect ra. An elect to use ; 0 'v .
Dusty Miller," at south-east corner at the principal ofaee ef the eompaajr,a* reetora shall be bald, W vote of the capital fi
of the house it has already to TitaevUle, on Ute nr.Taeartiy of September la .suck at tbe piiaeipal effioe of the eorapaay,la ki
; grown Tit lntUe,on the Set Tuesday ef July, of easy ,; "
which of Director
the height of about four feet, and U each* s6all'be&' U elected meettagtke to save..Ul tbe next... yes,. The board of Olreeton ebatfeleet tbe *r. at rOe. 'j ;
till growing. Mr. Barton baa ft road anal meeting,or until their eaeceMor are dulynnaUaedYTb preaidea,viaereaident,secretary and treaear'er. In orders 'at .
over to the beach lined' oa either 'aide Board of Director ball snA who Buy be director or sat and aatd shall offieM havepowertoeoiuolidaleaoytweoZ U ai fOOl ; :

by ewcoanntya1m. and palmettoes; on Ute Frealdeat, YJee-rneildent, Beeretary iieidedexiieiUent. Ptrectore and otBper ahaU _...
reaching the beachthe- .broad Atlantic Director ray alao an any ether office bet ...beMockBotoer eorpontkoi.. :ffi. .'''

ocean greets your eyes, and, seeing the Bone otber than (tockboiden shall be ufficen of ability s. fBehlcfceMBawMtntef u> wbfc* the eorporatioa/ & Buy *a*or any M. e 1 ..tr w.ysp++ lII .., ": m: ,, '".
bathhouses north ana long the eespry. .hall .Lvatche 5AIIdIIAw '
; indebtedness tla..be.t itself net exceed gnNaff the
amomat el er
for a bathing suit, so yon can take T' The fan value of....eafitat -
liability to which tbe eorporaUua may a anytime Mock.H.P..
a little swim." Most of the girls and tuutuct knell bIl But exceed nwMU of W.(1.r4JlDftO a--u._.. i ww. n. .. ADVERTISE iox i tins Papil
boys oa the lake caD swim, and every the Laos value of iu capital stock. .....A..ltraw4&1'o.' i:lia ibe w in PI.
weak a Dttte party may be seen oa their 3. 0. WALTOV, WwR.ohs ..r Err s...

way to the ocean, for a bath. The bathing J.C. K.H.LAKKTBT WtTOji, ,,, tf.N. I'larr. *- .
U. good the water la summer D.H.IUT asw..ul Mrs '
very ; ass M. ao.H o i. f. \-
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Fork brought them $0 per Crate, whfcliihowld The Electoral College..

making .peolalt thl. season of what q FLORIDA'S BUDGET be an excellent paying price. nut THROUGH DIXIE. -

'.,'tu\ .re PARAGBH $$ of this $8, the grower received $1.60,, Under the apportionment bill which
vrw eau our IlMriljlu the commission men 00 cents, and the has pnestd the House, the elect o Ml cot.
Mad of the FiNEST STOCK and the very Of Newsy Notes and Pointed transportation companies $3.80. The NEWS. OF THE SOUTH BRIEFLY Ifge in 1863 will consist of 444 members'instead

BEST WORKMANSHIP. Such a harness o Paragraphs. peaches weighed 100 pounds per crate so PARAGRAPHEDForming of 401 as in 1888. The follow

oannot b* bought for lest than '28. that 8.8 cents per pound were charged ing shows the number of rotes to which
for carrying them from a point about 150( each State M entitled:
But willing
tar at retail. we are Q&In The long looked for railroad which li miles south of Jacksonville. to New an Epitome of Dally Alabama...... 11 Nebra ka..8
order to Introduce It, to ,L to connect Tallahassee directly with the Palaika Arkan ..... 8
York. Near large peach ore av Nevada ... .... 3
SELL ONE SET ONLY'e."O. see,;!t ;: north byway of Thomsayille, On., li lhards are jut coming into full bearing Happenings Reps and There. California..,.. 9 New Hampshire. 4

I again showing s'gns of life, add it hut Colorado. .. .. 4 New
to on* psraonae a odaeeMp and the owners of them ate so discouraged Jersey....10
ceo assured recently upon responsible The last of the jury briVcry cases was Connecticut.. 6. New :
sample for that they are threatening to cut York..., ..gj
V .4f authority that work upon it will come down their trees rather than attempt to tried in New Orleans Thursday and resulted Deleware.... .. 8 North Carolina 11

$16.50. "' .,}- mcn o not later than November this year. ship the fruit. These are not solitary in an acquittal. Florida......,, 4 North Dakota.: :13

.p '. The Plant Investment company has la instances but only a few of those whichare The boiler of a steam thresher exploded Oec'rgi".. .. ....18 Ohio ......, ,.,33

\ "' ( contemplation the establishment of a beard of from all over the state, and at Litchfield., Kv-t; Thursday, Id.ho.,.. ,.... 8 Oregon. ,. ... 4

o# steamship line between Tampa and Colon "oJn1nJ oqJ..IOJ killing three men and fatally injuring Illinois... ... .24 Peni8Tlvania..33

& ,o '(" 4'\k d""' ; "" (Aipinwall,) and Mr. Plant is now'make onrmoj pooS v jo soonitp; : unto daglSorsap ; three others. loda1a.,13. Rhode Island. 4

( :i ing inquiries relative to the building of o} n p9jqSj8-iJoTis: ) os oq ptnoqsejdoad The statue Jefferson Davis which !fs Ioaa, .. .... 18 South Caro'ina. 9
two fino iron steamships with Urge Kane: I. ... .....10 South Dakota. ,
t ; nojiviJoasaoj} 8Tjj) jgq oldoad to go in the base of the confederate monument 4
q catryinff capacity, for the South American InJlq8not1 o) OBJdJnI! JO aatem a r, 11 at Jackson, Miss., arrived in that Koetucky.,18 Tennessee. ... .ia

*: trade, and Is not at all unlikely lobe city Wednesday. Louisana; .. ... 8 Texas ... ... .15
l\ p one of the bidders for the carriage of the BUSINESS REVIEW. Maine... ... 6 V.rmnt..4

iI'7" -nnJ. -tJf' y South American mails. The comptroller of currency has appointed Mvjland ... .. 8 Virginia... . .13
Dun & Co's Report for the Past Col. John C. Goodloe,.of Barton, Massachusetts. Washiogttn .
The Tine,-Unitm remarks "If we Ala: receiver of the Florence National 4
start out to raise $200,000 for Florida's Week. bank, of Florence Ala. Michigan... ,.14 West Virginia 6
Minnesota,.. .. 9. Wisconsin. ..
participation in the World's fair we shall 12
Business ?
trade review
probably come somewhere within B. O. Dun's says The census office, Monday, made publicthe Mississippi.. .. .. 9 Wyoming.... 3

THIS IS ONE OF THE 40 8TYLEO WHICH WE MAKE hot of that figure; if we say that $100 gun-,- failures occurring week: ended July tobacco statistics of Virginia. Total Mi-souii.. .. ....!? _"
17 number for the United States 244
number of planters in the state during Montana... .. 8 Total. ..
0 000 is all we ask for, we shall very likely Canada SO, a total of 874, against 24'1lut ". .,..444
the census was 2.,03total; aroi
< co be put off with half or three quarters of ] year
week. Business
] somewhat
clearly grows
devoted to tobacco 110,570 acres
that amount-hardly enough to the ; A Curious Book.
$ pay more active, although midsummer and
a total product 48,552,653:! : pounds; -
expenses of maintaining and exhibit after dullness is still)) the rcle. At eastern -
0 the vale of the crop to producers, estimated "
] .
one had been provided. Eleven Possible Case, CasseU's Sunshine
Or cities there is noticed more demand for
< on a basis of actual sale $ .323.-
<< The Florida Central and Peninsula manufactured good, with larger sales of Series, a book written by eleven

Zd MZ railway about to build a connecting materials. At the west trade is enlivened 049.Near popular authors. It is a collection of
/ line between its Florida system, starting I by the large yield of winter wheat already ] O'Brien Fla., Monday, Will short stories by Frank R. Stockton, Edgar
?: g Davis was buried alive by the caving of Fawcett Henry Harland (Sidney
Callahan miles I
forty north to tho harvested, and by the very bright
<< Jacksonville and Savannah, securing an outlook for other crops. At the south, the aides of a phosphate pit that he was Luska), Nym Crinkle, Maurice Thrmpson -
z working in, Mac Sistrunk, his companion I Briinard G. Smith Anna Katherine
outlet at Savannah, over the South Bend however, though crop advices are also
o railroad to Columbia, S. 8., and connect- favorable, no improvement ,appears in got out of the pit when' tho sides Green Miler Ingersoll Lock-

< ing there with the Richmond and Dan- busines*, which is duller than usual, began to c..e. but Davis remained, in. wood, Joaquin and Kirk Munroe.
u signing that the caving was 'over. Sis- The title describes the contents of this
villa The proposed road will shorten for the and at
even season, some points
trunk down to Davis,
immediately dug clever volume. Each author was askedto
he distance between Savannah
KATDKAb WOOD FINISH, Ot FAIHTEO. 1 and is pronounced quite unsatisfactory.There
Tampa eighty miles is remarkable,.increase in the head but found life extinct. write tbe story of a possible case
Built on Honor. Entirely different from Cheap Western a
Work. Live Dealers wanted. A Starke dispatch that Willie production of pig iron, almost to the unprecedented A Raleigh dispatch of Thursday says: something that could hardly be expectedto
Territory given. says
Dowling] was shot and killed and his figures of ,last year. The Governor Uolt has decided, on the advice happen and which yet had about it an
sudden increase is not in of the attorney general not .to p">y air of possibility. The idea was an ingenious
K I N CMN, S T Ij!_ RTE_VA_N T_& LARRABEt; ,father,wounded, Joseph bt George Dowling Futch, perhaps about fatally fifteen I I all respects a favorable "jmptom. A the world's faircommUsioners any partof one and at once piqued the inventive .

miles west of there few corresponding improvement in the .demand the $25,000: voted by the general assembly -, talent of the writers. The result
a night
CARRIAGE: AID SlEISH BUilDERS = he trouble occurred at the house ago.'J of for manufactured products is yet from the direct tax fund. The is a collection of tales which, for play of

- Ancrum Adkins the of a seen, and stocks unsold 1 at only a part of governor docs not think he would bo the imagination has seldom been equal
SEND FOR FULLCATALOCIIES. B1NCHAMTON N. Y. during progress justjfied in carrying Lut the act us it requires ed.
country dance. An old feud had existed the furnaces are now recorded as amounting ,
t to about four hundred and eighty him to.make inroud upon the '
between the Howling
many years FOR man who knows more than
I.- and Futch'families. Futch and thousand tons, showing/ very large increase : funds! held in trust. every
----- ----- ---- ---- Young I ha tells there are fifty that tell more
young Dowling quarreled just before the particularly itf coke iion. Unless One of the richest and best paving than they know.-Atchison Globe.
dance broke up and they fought, old the demand rapidly improves the market told mines in the country is the Pine-

WE ARE IN THE LEAD man Dowling finally taking part.. Futch must soon weaken so far us to test severe Lucky mines In Cleburne county, Ala., MALARIA cured and eradicated from the
drew ly the ability of of the concerns to about thirty miles from Anniston.. Tho system by Brown's Iron Bttters! which enriches -
and some
a pistol began firing with the aids
the blood tones the nerves diges
FOR FINE QUALITY AND STYLE OF 8PRINQ VEHICLES above results. Fu'ch: then made his continue production.The nuggets mined there yield an average cf 'tion. Acts like a charm on per..maln general .
receipts of. wheat, dressed $03 a ton. The mine is operated ona 111 health, giving new energy and strength.All .
beef wool and hides
The Mtate Encampment. at Chicago limited scale at present but the owners men are alike In one particular: the

BEST it -"> "- ONE OF The state troons went into camp at St. show a great increase, and new whtat contemplate increasing the output by an most humble. believe there is a kick coming to
j] Augustine Tuesday. The citizen soldiery comes in liberally, 83: per cent of it grad- additional force of laborers in the fall. him.

of Florida fino of log No. 2. At Nashvitlo trade is-1 fair, A labor riot threatened Vicksburg Catarrh Caa'i be Caret
MATERIAL > jS K Dun OAT A. are as a body men as was -
Tm With LOCAL APPLICATION,as they cannot -
but dull at :Memphis unsatisfactory at
i ire to .bo' found anywhere. Governor Miss., Wednesday but a strong reach the seat of the dl e_. Catarrh li
AND /QtmigmmMLOQUES Fleming issued an order for the companies Little Rock falling off at Savannah and Force of police lu ceeded in preserving a bloud or constitutional disease and In order
sluggish at New Orleans, though a better to cure It you have to take internal remedies.lien' .
of the and Third bat. the A number of laborers from
Firitj'Sccond peace. Catarrh Cure Is taken internally, and
JS l li )
'WORKMANH T FULLY ILSHIP' aliens to report for encampment on the demand is seen for cotton. At Jacksonville Alabama, taking the places of strikers, acts directly on the blood and mucous sur
trade is better, with crops in good faces. Hall's Ca'arrh Cure Is no quack medicine. -
21st of July, and it is needless to say caused the trouble. Captain Searles of It of the best
was prescribed by one
LUSTRATESOUR hat they were promptly on hand. The condition. The collapse in wheat speculation the' Southroos refused) to obey the g vernor'a physicians in this country for years, and Is a
has come with a fall of 8 cents regular prescription. It la composed of the
irounds to be used for the encampment orders to protect the Alabama
vi!N S. LINE. veek but is best tonics known combined with the bent
during the past corn scarce
this year are favorably located for that aborers. The governor and adjutant blood purifiers,ating directly on the mucous
purpose. They are level and well drained and 81 cents higher. While oats have general have taken a hand in the matter. I1 flLOlls. The perfect combination of the twoIngredients
SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS RECEIVE BEST ATTEJIIOI declined about one cent pork and hog Is what produces such wonderful
inclosed with a paling fence, just the Coffee has risen { The thirtieth anniversary of the first result. in curing catarrh. Send for testimonials
A SAMPLE JOB WILL CONVINCE YOU THA OUR proper height. Tho parade ground is products are higher. battle of Manassas was celebrated at free j
oil but cotton
cent and the same, unchanged f. CHBR IT& Co.l Props Toledo 0.
This is be
57x1001cet.: space to used Charleston S. 0., Tuesday, by a military Bold by Jraggiata, pries iSo.
t: WORK IS THE WORK TO BUY. Imply for battalion formations! and comiany and the general course of prices .
demonstration the unveiling of a
has been downward la natural at this
drills. The maneuvers will take A Tory Strana-e Fact.
the soldiers the WashIngton
monument to
jaf -
: CARRIAGE CO. place in the ball park, as there is ample leason, the fall during the past week died It Is avery strange fact that a great many
BEIDGEWATEE Light Infantry who duringthe ,
having averaged nearly i of 1 cent. people of sound judgment otherwise do not
irovision there for seating 1,500 peoplen per The shaft erected until it Is too
fair ; war. is on Wa'h-- their eyesight proper care
.:e.O.AJi1'OXE. V'.A.. the grand stand. The money markets are $generally five '
shape and colt(etlon fair for the season. Ington square and is intended to,replace Glasses not suited to your eyes will Injure
_ N.w UallrvaJs. one erected in 1870 for the game pure'so yonr sight. Remember thit. I
_.- --- ------. There is a good deal of activity in WEATHER AND CROPS. at the cemetery, but which has decated.At :Mr. A. K. Hawkes, whose..name Is known and allover
the civilized world an optician
railroad circles Florida just now. Thediscovery Finetncky gold mine in Cleburne manufacturer of Crystallised Lenses has

of phosphate and the rapid The Outlook as Reported for county, Ala., thirty miles south of Anniston established a factory at 19 Decatur Street,
Atlanta. Oa., where ocoullsts' prescriptionswill
of the within the
development industry Past Week. a shaft caved in Monday. At the be promptly filled and the trade supplied.All .
ast year or so has, of course, had muchto time of the cave-in several miners wen, druRfr'sts! and merchants keep' tock on
i II do with this, and has induced the The weather bureau's weekly crop bide in hand,as they have learned that it pay*to keep 1 i
working the shaft buried i
pushing of railroads into almost virgin ]etin for week ended July 18, sayst. The under the of stone They and were and the best. _, ,
mass dirt remained -
? territory, where, in the Ordinary course week has been cool in all districts east of there time before could Hew te Make Meier.DAR !
some they
of it would be bee the Rocky mountains, except: in New Bim-Having read Mr.Eargents's:-
progress, many years be rescued. When taken in
out one of the perienoa plating with gold silver and nickel
"WANT A PAGaN ? fore there would be sufficient inducement :England: New York and southern Texas, miners dead his 1 am tempted to write of my suoceaa Lent
was body been
to.make it worth anybody's while to where a normal temperature has pre having to H.K.1 had lucreettablewaa0.. for a 15
crushed into
The boss
a m'm
a jelly. rand plater. bare and
: jewelry
I' We juvc wagons, buggies, surreys. High graa\I' u light, build a railroad. About the most important vailed. Condition of crops in the various. two other miners were terrib'y than plate ever since. 1 cleared

i strong, durabls, stylish, u beautifully finished as modernized of these new lines is the Florida, sections are aa follows interest: in excel- bruised, and one of them will probably one the can first do plating week and and in make three money weeks In| anrAlocatlty

manufacture: can produce. Built on honor by men of W. Georgia and Western tailroad, the pre- Alabama-Farming die. the rear round. Yen C&Ig iinioary survey of which from the Wa- lent condition; cropa doing well n most by addressing above firm. wu. GU r.
experience. Honesty Is our policy j prompt shipment our A dispatch
t ilssa river some twenty miles-from Tallahassee sections; cotton: in a few localities is suffering Washington of Thurwliiy'
specialty. We want to know you. Write us. Costa you from disease.MhaisslppiBeavy. says: In view of the poasibi'ity! of ads: VAN WTEiKLB Gin and Machinery Co.,Atlanta. -
to Charlotte Harbor, is just Go., manufacture Cotton,Gins, Feeders.
nothing. May I lead to business by and by. Send for our completed. The surveyors are greatly showers at a few maud being male by Governor Buchanan, Condensers,I reeses. Cotton-Seed Oil Mill.,Ice

t catalogue. It Js free to every reader of this paper. flinghamton -' pleased with thC aspect of the country places in the central part of the date, States of Tennessee, on to aid tho president for Un-trd Wad-Mills]Machinery ,tbafttng.AdleysTauksPumps.Elo. Write for prices\ and dice t.

: Wagon Co., Binghamton, N. Y, through which the projected line will elsewhere none, or very light; favorable troops the state militia in
run, and report that it is litterally full weather for cultivation and growth of suppressing the mlncrs outbreak, oflic isof FITS stopped free by DR. KUJTB'S GREAT
NIBVE RifeTORER.: No Fits after first! day"use.
"BUILT FOR BUSINESS. of phosphate. The country is covered cotton and corn. war department looking .. Marvelous cures. Treatise and f:3 trial
with valuable timber, and its development Virginia-Low temperature and deficiency Into the legal aspect of tho case. Tho bottle free. Dr. Kline. 831 Arch St. Phi]...Pa.

is only a question of more or less in rainfall, injurious to corn; result of tbe inquiry, while not conclusive : -A

l' tm!; : v .i; "ime. The Lake C'lty Bank Fall arc. tobacco Arkansas-General promising. weather conditions% successful, is sufficient issue of to such grave a demand doubt upon by the the Good as GoldSo

the constitution and revised
l The Lake City bank failure caused favorable, although the rain was badly governor,
excitement although the bank was distributed, particularly in the eastern statutes maIng it a very doubtful niatttr eathusleai.eetbourads of people over thsbstflu
great ,
of the state cotton somewhat The Merchant National bank at delved from 1L>BarssparUls, that tiny
portion ; ,
knots to be In rather conditionfor
n a shaky
can hardly sad words their oonndenc
.. to
.. express
-- --' -- ---- ---- some time, and the crash was much retarded by cool weather; corn: excellent: Fort Worth Tex by a vote of its m and gratitude for this medicine. ,"Worth tu

greater; than was at first thought. The and the crop assured; fruit. will be an directors, closed its doors Monday morn. weight In gold Is a favorite ezpressloa of Bust

>ink was started as a private affair in average crop. ing and the bank vm place in the warm friends.

1883 or 1884, by Noyes S. Collins, who North Carolina Heavy rain in some lands of Bank Examiner Snau'dinj: U yon art la aeedot a good medldae to purify
portions of tbe state, generally favorable' The assets are 1,200,000 and liubilitUsf300,000. your blood, band up your strength cure riW
instill its president and incorporated
OUPADVERTISEMENTS to and tobacco which shows a ala,or create appstlta, try Hood's Sarsaparllla.
in 1889 under the general incorporations corn The troublIwgitn six 11tt< '.
x.a Be sure to get
alight Improvement, but weather too when cuusedlho ,
act of 1863 for $50,000, with six persons ago rumors ivy ,1..1 I
appearing as the corporators. Two, of cool and cloudy; cotton i* at a stand drawal $100,000 within fir cu ti.- Hood's Sarsaoarilla

the subscribers never took the stock they still of which $33,000 ws take <.I'I b I SWdbyalldruMtsta 4y Ii&for Po pr p.ndoulf
: South Carolina-Cool, dry weather, fQreign loan ccmpan'rs on ccount of th'alien \& .
put their names down for, and the ] 01 0.I.Boon a OO. Lowell, xa
unfavorable to cotton and The .
amount actuallv taken and paid for, instead I corn. land lnw. The 11 prs 'or' ai: 100 Doses One Dollar
drought continues some poitions! of creditors !
of $30,000, amounted to but 13. will be fully pro fttul.
000. $5,000 of which was owned by W. state. A Dallas telegram a,y.: Tesnt
Louisiana Rainfall deficient but beneflcl
J. Winegar; $2.000 by James E. Young, railway commaiC'n1'11 cr,w'g1 .... >!J
l the is .made and tho
$3,000 by John V; Crown and ; corn xrop \Business and del gatt ns oi > ,i i. t, "AugustFlower"
Our Columns will Prove a First- $3.000 Noyes 8. Collins. With ;yield promising, cotton is fruiting The well from many towns of tor b T\111 "':..
cane growing luxuriantly. laying .
this small amount of capital the dsy. The represent+tivea of these t w
by of stubble cane is nearly ccmpleted f
bank has been attempting to extend rice somewhat complain of the inequality of Cbttr>n sm
early heading
class Medium for. making your its operations over a large basis and has grassy; all reports favorable; erops, grain rates. more than anything!
got caught. About ten thousand dollarsof Texas-.\Yaim and dry weather hue Texas iron manufacturers complain tm

the county funds were on deposit, but injured cotton la west and southwest t)?e railroads scriminate to the IKvat.t..

wants known It will they are secured by personal bonds of Texas; in other portions good showers! age of Birmingham, Ala., and the Texts The Hon. J. W. Fennimore is theSherUf'
surely pay the directors. The individual deposot- have grtat'y benefited the which people will. co-operate in their pe'ition of Kent Co., Del., and lives

1 ors, who are involved in amounts varying premise* a htvy ;yield. The crop Cora that mills far distant from Texas. ar.' at Paver, the County Seat and Cap-
from a few dollar up to thousands, is below the average. crushing the life out of them through ital of the State. The sheriff is a

you to patronize us. are not .\o fortunate, as they have no Tennessi e-Wheat mostly threshed in unequal rates.ExGovernor. gentleman fifty-nine years of age,

security whatever for their deposits and good condition and fine ;jltl I. Cotton David S. Walker died at and this is what he says : "I have

hue only the assets of the bank to de. blooming late; bad sttnds and proepectpoor. hit residence in Tallahassee Fla., Tu-, s- used August Flower for several -
f __ ,_ .. your
on. It looks at if the
peal present as Corn and tobacco doing well Oats; day night, aged seventy-six yesrs. Governor *' years in my family and for my

I hiliiies would amount up to $50,000 but half a crop. H.y crop Urge! and: line Walker was born in L"pancounlr, own use and found it does ml
cr 110,000, with the Assets entirely an ,
Kentucky coming to Florida .
=SUBSCRIBE: = CHARGES OF FRAUD. about fifty t remedy.
more good than other
unknown quantity A. B. Hogaa, mayorof I years ago. lIe was the first state senat "r any
Lake Cityhu been appointed receiver, from Leon and Wakuila I have been troubled with what I
c .unties jfter
its bond being fixed at $20,000 and he Suit Against the Estate of theL. Florida became a state. Several call Sick Headache. A pain comes

Ia now in charge & N.'s Late President.A fore he was the recognized leader yar of ** ia the back part of my head first

J..l !'..,)".1.. dispatch, of Tuesday from Louisville the whig party. Ia 1865 be was tlee'ed and then lOOn a general headache

FOR THIS PAPER Ajaajority of the railroads already in Ky. says; !aacLL Murray and others, governor[ holding the office ti-1 1803. until I become sick and vomit.

_ operation Florida made a very good oJiJ.> York stockholders in the Louisville He held several offices of trust at differ At times too, I have a fullness

snowing last year, one earning more than New Albany and Chicago taU wall eat times, aDd-wu once a candidate for after eating,a after eating
(8,000( per mile, ODe over $3,000, aye ,have brought suit agaiaat the estate of the United StatClIeDate. at the pit of the stomach, and
over $3,000: four over $1,000, three over tie UU president, E.: D. SUtdlford, of '' rise
--- 1800, two over $500 and three under the LovlivilU and Nashville road, for "sourness when food seemed .

$|500, white the operating expenses $350,0047 It is claimed that at the time A 1 KKMABSU up in my throat and mouth. When

ranged from $553.78: to $..003." per of the consolidation ia. eat, of the Holt-You ran after the nobility when "I feel this coming on if I take a

mile. An uadue proportion of these Louisville, New Albajjy and Chicago with you were in England did you! "little August Flower it relieves

It is brimful of interesting reading matter, railroad taming*,however came through the Chicago add Iqdian>pol* Air-Line, Higgins Yea. AU through Europe t M me, and is the best remedy I have

the really exorbitant height rates charged. then being buill by Henry Grawford, ofChlcag followed my motto "When In Rome do M ever taken for it. For this reason

Tire tariff on vegetables and amaU fruits <\ (rand was perpetrated, which as the Romans do." I flirted in France, "I take it and recommend it to

and YOU will be sure to'find withinits columns hat been extremely high, and has been placed in fitndiford hlnds$550,00u of climbed in Switzerland, drank liTGer others as remedy for Dys"pepsia -
the cans of Miter complaint from allparts the ro4's stock, SUadUord, ft is many and posed ia Italy. a "great

of th) atato. Th cabbage growers, charged,;sold this stock at par, and faUcdto Holt-Why didn't you go to Monte ,, &c.

something to entertain. lQ particular suffered HYCh1 Early account to the company forth* proceed Carlo Peopte shoot themselves down CL G. GREEN, Sole Uaaufactarer,

peaches ton that were shipped to Htw *. there.-thd&e.. Wm"" Key Jei'KJ J.S.Jf -

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: ids mail *.A German cobbler who was reputed The United Typo the tro 'AgaInst Newsy Paragraphs From Over : ; ropoeTedtoesabltsh a one Of the lanlest and mod --worthlc-s

UNVEILED WITH IMPOSING Shorter, Hours. the State. torrfco' on the street carl lit St. Louis. men in Ixadvilie, dug a hdl* 'in'his yard

CEREMONIES. The executive coinral'lw of the United r The alligator in the Philadelphia and ulted it with ow and sl-ow tg ,Ibidylt
America ended its session table North- to the repreentatlvea of a co t>p >ny ;
Trpothels of The senate has Governor Zoo lias been taking a six months' :
forw'n Te
h able tt Out j-1
at Cincinnati Saturday. Every membet en's appointment of HOB. Cspors Dick i Will

A Grand Pageant of Veteransat of the committee was present. It wa ton to the'judge
viu unanimously agreed that the Typothetn of Newton county, and a vigorous fight. I I A yellow hen with a blno tall li the which followtd he boasted ptbcyOf! Jr
Lexington "
which bud
determined I 1 the way in ./ he \'
of America adrisa the most U being made that appointment.! '
upon of lawsuit In an
an interesting the '
the but before .
-- opposition to any attempt at this time to school in capitalists
The recent election for fre
Tuetday was the thirtieth anniversary shorten hoursof' labor. It was also the Madison resulted M follows j.269 Totes Alabama\ court. purchasers of his property hc rd of \

of the first battle of stanassas, and Lex:* unanimous consent of the committee thatit for and against, making a total of 883 .] .Tha receipts .of the French treasury these remarks, they and hid had sunk struck the shaft of ",
logton Va, the quiet little was unnecessary to chance the date of of the four feet deeper one ,""
peaceful Under the law two-thirds c-
polled. .
I are larger than those of any other the richest! veins, of carbonate in Lead ,
village' in which was spent the lifetime the annual meeting to be held in Cincinnati registered voters were required, so the ( Of Stonewall Jackson, the most picturesque next October.TCMOAT'S. I election went against free schools by 4 civilized: country. Villr. The cobbler, on learning what Stamped osbloodpoisons '
figure of all the notable men of the Much dissatisfaction Is manifested had hopp"noO, danced about the edjo; of 4
majority. :I The proportion of Anglo-Saxon swin of tery name an
DtaPATIW5. the pit aid wjro thnt be bad been
southern !
confederacy Was bright and the advocates of free schools la
bustling with life and,colors, while 10.* The question as to the governor's authority regard by to the registration list, and the words in the English Bible it 97, per dIed The nine! tldded about one mil nature, by Dr. Pierce'*,Golden Medical _

COO strangers were assembled within its to proceed to quell the miners' election will very probably be cooteated. cent of tho whole. lion de 11'". Discovery. :-I

environs to partcipate in the exercises riot, Independently of the civil authority, 1 It's a medicine thatstarts. froap.the .

incident to' unveiling the monument the sheriff of Anderson county having Atlanta which has signed she will a waterworks be enabled con to I'I I. > West Virginia possesses a citizen Proof of AcqnalnUtcethlp. beginning. It rouses every or--' :

symbolic of Iho esteem and veaer'ation left the scene, ws under discussion by his tract by who lies walked 109,000 miles In ten into healthy action,' purifies an*
of ChalUhoo- gan _
hare abundant | _
an supply _
felt for the gre.t soldier whose brilliant excellency. and It official is' understood friends aU'that dayTueld.y. chee river water.. The contract U with years. lie is mail carrier. Office Boy-"Strsnger at the door; enriches' the blood and through! M;; ,
career was cut short in the height of his of he's a man and knows and renews the whole l -
the Holly Manufacturing I say neuplpcr cleanses sy
fame. A number of General Picket takes the position company I I I .Fifteen there were ItO
survivors of years
leading ago and wants to borrow ofyou.
Jackson's that Governor Buchanan Lockport, N. T It provides for two I IIcomiliiongalon you some money tem. AU Blood, Skin, and Scalp- -
a banquet at California "
gave oranges shipped from .
pumping engines to blotca- '
Virginia which was justified by law in sending I I Diseases, from a common
Military institute In
be located the river while last thousand Great. Editor'Pretty sorry I Some
peat Chattaboochee : over threo -
the to Anderson in answer year ho worst Scrpfulvaro
Jackson was one of the professors at the military county I I I fraud of How much docs be or eruption to $ < _
alout miles from tho'cily and one course. _
breaking out Qf the war, the town was to tho sheriffs demand but that AS seven to be, located carloads wero exported. want tQ borrow" cured by it.. For Tetter, Sal -*.- _

frill of veterans, their number being so the sheriff has retired ignominously from ten-million-gallon engine A Inrniiious has been invented I "Ten ccnt ." rheum, Eczema, Erysipelas, Boilsv
is the end of within three and a hilt: miles of the center I buoy $
field the at
large that the town's the governor -
dations were stretched to accommo their his row. The military can only be Used of the city I, the light of which is produced by' hOb I lIe dot know me, I guess. Carbunoles, Sore Eyes, Goitre or --
I. Give him this dime. Gland-.
utmost. 'But the hospitality of the under civil authority, and in the absence The differences between the faculty phospluirct of calcium, and Is visible I Thick Neck, and Enlarged '

residents w.is insufficient for the gather. of the sheriff the troops cannot and the president of Mercer university I I Tumors, and Swellings, it's ftntn.*\ _

ing throng. There was not a house in tho be utilized, so that, unless appear to hare been removed, and 'all i two attn A haf! miles nwny.I CONSIDER the man who is always qnatod remedy. -

city, publ'o: or private, that Will not the sheriff of Anderson county comes but one of the resignations have been I I It takes About three seconds for I punctual-how much time ho wastes Don't think It'. like, tho '..sarsaparillaa. -- ,

fined The streets and bul dings were forward, and again summons the national withdrawn. Professor Sn.ndCord declin- !1, message to go from ond! end of the waiting for other people.-Elmira They claim to be good for

plainly, yet beau'iluU, decorated. guard as a posse, the soldiers will come ed to withdraw his resignation and it || Atlantic cable to the'other.. This it Gatet e. the blood in March, April, and'!lAt. -a
home. Governor Buchanan is was This harmony is the _
Three arches extended over main street in marching accepted. reI; Golden Medical wor >
the lino of mnrch, on these were printed very indignant at the sheriff of Anderson su'.t: of special meeting-; of the board of about seven hundred miles a second. Dnow'i Iron Dlttfof'lll cures r>y 'P And it -
familiar quototions from Jackson end county for his failure to uphold the dignity trustees at Macon. They spent some time j( lana Hlllonsncfn and General Debility. Olres equally well at.all' seasons.
tl I The biggest orange tree in Lonlsl- Strength aids Dilution, tone the iirrrmrrente not claims to do good rit '
appropriate p-ictry, and the names of of the law. in preparing a code of regulations for.the ( appetite. The boot tonlo for Nurelnj only : 'tJi'
generals ass icln'e J with him in war, and In the meantime the militia are lying university, and finally settled matters as ana Is claimed to bo In Torrebono Par. :Mother, weak women and children.A guarantees it. If It ,does 'b ..benefit' _

the thirteen ci nfcderate states. Banners, on their arms in Knoxville, ready for an above_ Indicated._ __ _un !j lib. It is 15 feet in circumference man'opinion of prop'' I* as much a test or cure, in every case, you ,haTe:

bearing printel 'on them the names of instant start to the scat 01 war, but no It looks now as though all the Wash 'I I amtl 60 feet high. The yield this ycaiIs I of hU character as peoples' opinion of him.Jfaffllrted your money back. v': > ,.' _
his different battles* the telegrams have been received from Nashville the Point Terminal I i"
:! swung across ington tfficcs of West You only for tho 'good 'you
line of march. and no movement of ex expected to reach 10,000 oranges. with oreyeaTi8 Ir. TwuvoThomn.ion's
troofll. Company, connected with the Rtner..lmanagement Ere-wAler.DMJGIAla sell nUMo! per Imtt'A.' c "
The program exercises provided that pected. Nothing can bo attempt will be located in Atlanta. I Tho echo destroyer Is a Now York _
the proceedings should begin at 10 to liberate the convicts at Oliver's, This means a great deal to the city and .
caused by the presence of so many poo- to abandon the proposed attack it brIngs a clerical force of about two and churches whoso acoustic proper yoffl I

'pie, it was .considerably later than that' for the present. hundred men, who will make and spend ,I ties aro faulty. lie remedies tho dll.I $ II

time when tho procession wtu" ready to ARBITBATIOK. PROPOSED. their money in Atlanta. In dollars andct'lta. faulty by a scientific stringing of I t _
move. General James A. Walker, of The suggestion was editorially made this alone will make a Urge turn. 'I -- -

"Wjthe, Va., the only surviving commander in Tuesday morning's issue of the Knoxville In all, about one thousand Inhabitants i j wires.I : __

of Btonewall's brigade, acted as Journal that an attempt ba nndo t> will bo added to the* city's population, I I A llussnlmaa having torred his #-. AWk.J IA,/ I1 '3 l _

chief marshal. The right of the procession arbitrate the matter. This boro fruit, and many men have business with the I in p. TPW -
, was occupied by General Walker's headquarters of a great railroad system. prison is regarded almost as a : / -
and a committee of five miners repaired i j I \ \ _
staff. The ttafi was followed by the immediHtely.to Knoxville with the hope It is tbo opinion of the agricultural department .|, saint, no matter as to the .cdmo for _
Stonewall band, with twenty pieces, that A board of arbitration may bo obtained that the cotton crop is all right. j.I I which he has been condemned. For a 5 I \ \ ni k _____
heading-tho Uockbridge,. Va., battery atid the troubled bo settled with. No have been f r
special reports received Moslem to say that ho has boon confined .
nder Colonel
I .
William, T. Poague, with resistance bloodshed. II \ -
OiUlurlksr!: or at the department covering the :
tile guns 01 toe battery operated under I situation and this is taken AS a favorable I i I, in prison Is to make a claim upon "

Jackson ht the battle of Maoassas. The sign, as if the had been injured the I the respect anti admiration of :his follow ,
belong to the HOT AND COLD AIR
guns Virgin Military'institute I
department would have beArd from the | believers.

cadets,received and before instruction the wrr broke in their out the use To be Furnished the Folks of curred planters.a little It the earlier recent or a flood little later had oc'j I Iserious Something of a curiosity is on ex. ,,' j.-); JI

.from The the remainder hero of of Chancellorsville.the procession was Kansas City Per Contract. damage result.: would most likely have ': hlbllion at Casper, Wyoming. It Han _.....ONB_. .. BNJOYS'n .. .
made survivors, of the Several of tho richest men in Kansas boon the It is stated at the depnrtment Imprint of a monster palm leaf j .DOUl Ute meuioa nna reouiu wnen '!!

brigade up, consisting of the Second Stonewall'Fourth. City have organized for the purpose of that the. crop is now in. just.uh !I caused tho Syrup of Figs i* taken; it i* pleasantand A DUMOJTD rro.'of, really fool quality IB i -
\ by leaf
Fifth, Twenty-scvcnth and Thirty-third supplying cold ,air throughout the city a condition between the "squares11and falling into clay refreshing to the taste, and act tbalcanbedi.pasedof Rood InVMtment. Tooro for ire 10 very nearly rewarticIee-" what It."... ---p

Virginia regiments, under command, of through conduits. At a meeting of the "bolls" that it' .is not easily In. I afterward petrifying. Tho rock was gently yet promptly on the Kidueys,. Ouat, O. a diamond,wail. LouKht. Every well
common council Friday night a jure, & found on Salt Creek Liver and Bowel droned gentleman\ la supposed 10' have one '
Colouel Andrew Jackson Grigsby and companywas aud Indicates that cleanse the BJSte'ra but those wno Lave deferred the mirchaac "will.
Colonel J. K. Edmonson. The Marylandnd granted a franchise to build main. A petition has been filed in the superior I ages ago when tho big coal bode were efiectuallj, dfapes! cold., headaches do well\ to Inspect our stock,,and uuiior.tac4 Jour
confederate veterans of the and work to carry out the proposed enterprise court at Atlanta asking that the East and fever nud cure habitual Inducement*-the soouer the bettor, JM.-
army triad to showiroodi. J. P. Hteven k'Brs. -
and from tho first of its kind ever attempted Tennessee be restrained from using the being formed. Wyoming possessed a wars. '
navy, Maryland, under General constipation. Srrup of Figs la tho 4T Whitehall 6t.Atlant ,U .-a,: udfor -
Bradiy T.'Jphnson ; various confederate in this country. The projectors tracks of the Central railroad to reach tropical cliinato. only remedy of its kind ever oat.IOIIue., ', ,
and General of the schema are confident of its success Whitehall street, until\ a hearing couldbe produced 5tEDICAIDEI'AItTMItZ4tr -
carriages containing
There ;
is to the taste and
a Japanese cook in pleasing acceptable -
Jubal A. Early, orator of the day General and will sell-fresh air to''any party had, end that thereupon A permanent Now Tulan.! University of LouUianau.. -'
WIde Hampton who presided over and remove impure atmosphere at a very injunction be granted against iqch uso. Yorlc1who. Is an. artist In preparing to the stomach, prompt in II.a4.ntasi.for prMtlflftt laatroiltniu and ..os. '

the ceremonies; Edward V. Valentine, low coat per square foot. Tha work of The ground sot forth in the petition is fish. His masterpiece" is the serving of Its action and truly beneficial ia Its e''I'e,th.' I.l th.Mnrm.(maun It iiiMribunauit ot th* Bjnthwvrt...,..M.'lal.. uu.quml.4(rain l le ttt
the sculptor; Mrs. -T. J., Jackson and laying mains will begin at once and 1 in that the properly upon which the Central effects. prepared only from the most .r..tlh) .,C r Iliwplul with 'It* 7M b.ii<, and SO.O
bluefish which when l>Mlddtinnn all probability by next summer the c>m. tracks laid to the brought to tho healthy and agreeable substances, its1any l 5 .
grandchildren, General Jackson, General < are belongs state, is r "n< >i Ullnitraoiiool di llrlT n **TBI mu
"} > will be to fresh air in tuple has not single; scale excellent commend ito ion cr XI1RSIC5. .> In nn ",.... $InitltuUon.!' N.s%
RoBSc'r, and a number -distinguished any ready supply' leased by the Nashville, Chattanooga and a broken. : : qualities \.'b.i. _.... b.lu.Uotol 1"-" 1"1.. Ifot _' '
confederate: officers and ladies. cool; blasts. lu the winter hot air will bfa St. Louis Railway company, and that the When opened,this fish contain a sea all and have made it the most l It 13 o'clock sent through the pipes. Central which the popular known. Pref. R. K. CIIAILLU, It'. D..DI.a.IpF.o.Drs.vwt. .
was when the procession occupies property in ball,'and that in turn contains several remedy .. sgwonL&ttqe.7A.I'.
arrived at the campus ot the Washington! question by sufferance only, has no rightto syrup' of Figs U for sale In 60o

and Lee university. General Wade American 'Artists Honored. allow any other,road to use its tracks smaller fishes. ,,each perfect in Itself. and $1 bottles by all leading druggiflta. KING 'OOTTOW \

Hampton at that hour introduced Rev. without the consent"of the lessees It I.a is Any1 reliable druggist who

A. O. Hopkins,,>, chaplain of the Stone The judges at the-International art exhibition stralghtout fight between the lessees- Indian Execution may not have it on hand will procure Buy or sell your Cotton JONES'
wall and the East Tennouce.
brigade, who led In a five mlnutel'prayer.
General then at Berlin, Germany, have "At the.last legal execution In the It promptly for any one who 5-Ton Cotton 'ScaleNOT .
Hampton Intro The reunion of the
awarded great gold medals to the Thirtieth Georgia wishes to it Do I
Amer. not
duced Col. T. )f. Scmmea of the Creek nation 1 was said Leo try accept any CHEAPEST BUT BEST.a
Virginia lean artists Forbes Shannon regiment mill occur at Douglassville on I present, I
Stanhope ;- $ 6 0
Military institute who. recited i jCALIFORNIA For temu address
and July 81sf. This regiment was E. Bounett
most three HcEwen, who were among the exlibitors. Fr1d'l' the government agent tot f JOHI3 OT BINOHAMTOai
beautifully poems, "Stone- Waterhousc American the most gallant and daring of the I the five FIO SYRUP CO.
wall Jackson's Way," "Over the River" an architect late did civilized tribes, to a Washington _BINGHAMTON._ _M.Y.,
has also bten awarded war, and. valuable service! in SAM FHAHOI800 CAL. .:..::...
and 'Slain in Battle." General Jubal: gold; medaL .Stewart Bridgemen a great and many a hard-fought battle. Following j, correspondent of tho St. Louis touisviut. ., HIM roue. ", r. SMITH'S WORM OIL, ,

A.,Farly, orator of the occasion, was lory, American painters, and Fettle and Is the call issued by the secretary and I I Globe-pomocrat. "The details were Ie 57.doshtcJIy to. n...!" Qr..cke.t, ...
next introduced. Ills oration I lU... teU."I. ..
W.r 51.
was receJTjfd Stone president the Survivors' Association 1
English artists awarded ITbe different from
with attention. and great entbuslasm. -- amall annual reunion of the Thirtieth very an execution in HALT Co. Match!; 1, MT9. .
gold medals. ,. DONALD KENNEDY certify tli at on the lath nf February I
I the army.- A squad Is detailed and com
Georgia regiment will. be held at ,
DouglassTiile -. moored Bivlna my four children, ."84 two,:
After the oration the. parade was con- on Friday, July Slit. A full tome of the guns are left unloaded, so onr,II!, and elghf rears respectively' Hualtb1* -
tinued to the 'VorD} Oil.apd within .1.day. there wero at ': '
cemetery, farming in rear ATLANTA attendance of the survivors is '
MARKETS. earnestly nobody can tell who fires ibo! fatal cut 1Xiwurm.ezp.lted.-. olill"rp.*A. I
of it at 2 0 clock. 11.... Stonewall Jack- desired. Reduced rates will be given Of Roxbury Mass over IOU in on.nUht.J.. !!.8U1l'1tO ..
i&n and her two 'shot. At this last .Creek execution saysKennedy's '
little-grandchildren CORRECTED WEEKLT.r upon the certificate plan and those wish I Sold, Everywhere HO oxntS.-
Julia: Jackfon ChrUtiaa and Thomas ing to attend mutt get. a certificate from the condemned man was seated on the

Jackson Christian ascended the stand. Creeerlce. the agent where they purchase their ground, with his back.against a tree ., M1THDJJAi.S: =t- .
Two inl9uiu afterwards amid-the firing CorrBouted-Art.uckJo'l Ko ? 100 tt ticket and, such certificate will, when Medical Discoverycures pI.LMI.4mi 1
of cannon, the\ cord wd pulled by little CAM| Levering's Jlxjo. Qreen- xtn eboloeJKJ countersigned by the secretary, insure a and his logs retched( ont in front Horrid Old Sores ... -a.1.1.-I'
Julia and the fell We i choice 23o;good>U'X;fair 20c> common lie not bound Deep- 8 :
veil exposing to view 18 the statue. The military and civil or. IMS4C; powdered 6X cot loaf 6o;white I Bereir.ri Will Net c.... were his bands tied. Just before Seated Ulcers of 40 years'standing
ganizitions then passed in view of the extra 0 4&oj! yellow extra 0 4o. fijrup--N.w I A New York the "RED EYEJJTOBACCO'5liJIIdws.CIiYV. :
statue throng!) the cemetery, dropping Means choice 18(350( : : prime !U@40ci eoxmoa dispatch says: "Walter execution some one put A bandageover Inward Tumors, and It. ;
Out Of line 80(335o. UoUaaee-Genuine Cuba S5<33S 1mlUtton 9. resford, who Is wanted in Rome toanswer his but the HkADAOtl lied I( 'LIM..nrwl K
i e..I
as they reached their ; eyes prisoner toreIt
quarters. 22325. Bice-Choice TH; good6'o i a charge of swindling businessmen every Disease of the Skin, except ., pig It ,oar 41or .......... K .
General Early' oration 1\'U' history of off and threw it 1111dM.. iloUIuunlla. 'V,....., N.0.. '
tho > ; common 6%(<&tc\; Imported Japan C&To. in that city and who has been fighting away. Perhaps the ,
life of
General T. Jackson.. Co- &iU-Hmwlej'a" dairy tl.SO: ] Virginia 73e.3tieeaB extradition Ira the courts, wilt remain strangest part of the proceedings was Thunder Humor, and l' -

ginning with his birth, be traced his career -FuU cream. Cheddar* ISo fiats in New York after all. District Cancer that has taken .
Attorney the root.
to the Vfkm! White Uh, hilt bbl selection of the executioners. )
.military academy at West .14 00; pails\ flOo. Boape-Tallow, 100 ban, Nicoll has decided finally to hold him I OrIUMan4W11JaU'lIAbS&eour !
Point, bearing bard on his powerful tenacity 75 Iba *300i<7Stnn>entiDe, 60 ban 60 tt.., for trial on the complaint of Richard That was left to the condemned man. Price, $1.50. Sold by every

and pluck, and briogiogout fully IJOO.J Jflj Ullow, 60 ban, 601be $a25 36a Fox' who alleges that Beresford He was told to pick out the two men i""
his obstinacy in the face of difficulties. C ndlf_PanJtne! UKe atarlOo. Uatchee00e -. K.I Druggist in the United States -
.t 00;8OO. $3 00.3 73 VW* SI 00 3 money from him by means of sundry whom be wanted to do the shooting. IONfl..1taOLflIEflt' U 41*.1 '
He renewed briifly Jackson's career lathe ; & TJjSOj, checks. It D "Ie4. 811 rim imi._ ... ear..... awe.
Mexican 5 i grow (3 79. 8ud -Kega, bulk 6e;do I Ib pkge gus was expected when Strange: to of his selectionswas an4 Canada.) ; W"'TB 1''....U.w .1'Uitl (JK
army leading on (o his life 6 iUei ..ae.llb e"a, do 1 and %"lba 60. combe denied: the writ that was obtained i say, one HUNK, Wom uto A.V6. A U1se1.t. 0..
at the Virginia Military institute, and his CracL-n-i-t-C. lola XXX his cousin. Doth
etfoi butler la behalf of Beresford by his counsel men wero from
influence on young toldiers trained att.bat e,4o( XXX pear craters 80; shell and notUior7o. that the deputy sheriff from !i, the 1'':."...T'.JI'.. .'.'". FINE. PATENTS :::$:'li
lemon cream Sc: XXXgioicer Georgia, light hone of the nation. The ALL.AYOIIT Tit. (j. U'v...... .
school him.
by lie then made historic napeflo eornhlUaOo. .... -
a a&NTlsizn4: 4. H.k(
had dally 1
who been
Candy-A rted Ittc.CI' ; waiting for a week past _ .... mo.
c French two without _
sketch of the army record of the l-.o Canned gooda-Coodidiaed; with requisition would take the j men any unnecessary delay 1jw. $5 pt. k Wu. *. Vnrooe, WcncKBOW mortals...

treat leader. lie dwelt forcibly on Jack. .o wuaa tNt :iroutiion lDIIe&e..1 C3 Vaaa 00 Rio orisoner! back with papers nim. District Att/>r. i walked out Jn front of the condemned No P.nIon No F. SIOK I .u.li. lK>.w.... -t..a.u.*..,,HtuUl- tumpl.fvftfr IMptfi
son's in moo *OOaT 60, F. Lw. PENSION :
campaign the valley, going Into W.Of.Win JWaJ 60; Nlcoll's decision e. Dr.J.I1.JIYLLWes.bIxato.LY. .
however man twelve fifteen
II GO ney changed or feet
| corn **00a37 ; tomaII 71\2 r/j J.fo' TJ.u :

dates sad figures to show that be fought 50. the the .. > .. N. *
ItsIl .
oUSh progrsm-snd officer
13 20. BUrch-Peafl 4Ht; lamp Georgia will afoul aown, leveled their revolvers .Thirty, gjEs
always against the largest numbers and bYte; nickel packtgte $3 60; eellolui. (3 00- have to go back empty handed." ,
wu always victor.! His reference to the Ficklei. pt.iD or mind. puts 11 Cod 40; quarts Tfce Weekly F,... .Alat... j t steadied their barrel. with their left .Life Worth
manner in which Jackson obtained his IlllO&l U0UktgetLS5.8Q Fowder-Ittd.k.g Shot SJ IJ,prr J5:101:aaCk; b.. The annual meeting of the members of Lands, and'fired. Both bullets struck Living ? -
name of "Stonewall" elicited from the
the Weekly Press association of the left breast the
Georgia over heart and not
immenio crowd of 13,000 tremendous Fleer, OruSm a.4 Meal. i in Atlanta was a harmonious ami .uc'cesifnt No..Not if Your _
more than inch and Bowels
an Out of
applause. He said: "Bat Jackson was Floor-Pint patent K!5i second patent one. Many new members a half apart. are Order. '"
not a s'onewa'l alone as,he stood up be.' '13 73 1 extra fancy $3 60 | fincy M 21, hmllr I admitted to it and considerable routine were The man fell over on his side and In a _
hind those Virginians, but a military .4 50. Com-Na a white *6j ; mixed Kic. business few '
to the minute
Uata-Xo. 3 mixed 6* white looking interest and up- was dead. According
-e Kanau
hurricane and ha enemies will t nut
j proofa.. lisy-cbot.UouMb; large Lalee, building of the association was trans to the Creek law the third ;
this truth. After the oflcnie
unveiling a' SI. 00; No. 1 timothy, amtll bailee! BSe, eh ice acted. The officers elected: for the ensuing
mad rush was made for the stand on timothy amaU balee f UW- No.1 UmoU "'
which stood JJis. Jackson and her children belts, 95o;No. 2 Umufiy small !...n. iue. of the Cooyers Solid South For the first offense the is !"
president penalty fifty
leal-Plain 85o WIled 83c. ;
and in a few momenta not a vestigeof ; Wheat Inn- .
-args sack tl 05 amaU sacks T. Chr'stophes MonUxorna Record lathes and for
; $107. Cotton second/It 1* 100 .
of it that be
anything wu cowl
ee4 ae J-ft S)rf ew.. Hteam feed-it 33 first vice president W. C. Quno, Cuth-
carried away by relic hunters. per 'WOritoll'aout H 86. bert Liberal-Enterprise, second vice lathes on the bare back If there is 3------ j1IWILL.

The statute stands in a elrde.In tie president; W. A. Sbackleford, Oglethorpe an attempt to carry out the death pen.aity .
center of the city cemetery, on Main rreWaa.Clear Echo FIX YOU ALL
recording secretary; Charles! again for larceny I Intend RICHT1J; --J
street, the square containing about four rib aidei boxtd TVo lee-cored befles IX >> Southern to try ;.
eva.! ***"-tuA*>*m } Xll4<>, -* ? In
acres of ground well set off with giant totrand andareraeCaliforaia 7Wc; bnakfaat secretary; Paul A Clement, Cummlng corpus tlie federal Cures Diarrhoea. Dysentery, Cramps. Summer Comp int-

trees, which bide the statue from view, bacon *%alOc. Lard-Pun leaf Kb; 7'{: Clarion, assistant secretary; J. W. A... court at Fort Smith.., Shooting and all Stomach Troubles of Man, Woman. Child. 1P-:: -

except Ymrinian ia the Edward rear. V.The Valentine sculptor who is a reflnedOo. dcnon, Coviogton Bur, treasurer. Eomt'. maQ or in Indian for larceny would Tahe, ns ....&1,.... It fcma .. equal. "..rb.......> .rnhass win awls r U Car yPJHOW .
was selected the ---- ----
designed the Lee monument. The statue (..attV ?....eee.Zggs After as the session place the of meeting oest .come under the constitutional problb. iEuEDi' FOil (;CATABlii&-Best eai tj. ; ,
: ButtW.ten creamer year. editors left of liellef, U ImiueUMo, A CUT is cwulnT'K
is of bronze, heroic ia size and *25a 1119D cruel and unojual
portrays Me choke Tenaea lOaJOsi other cndM on a trip north. The meeting will not punish Co14 ill Ui. l1ou.1 iC baa 110 eqlWi. .
Jackson with uncovered bead, leaningon 10alie. tJre poultry-lltM M.SOe ; joust adjourn! until after their nta.ra. They ment. At least I shall see what Judge ;
his sword and left ltg. looking out hicaea*,lance:Xa2Se) ; small llaUo. will bold a abort Mteioa IB Atlanta then porter think of the
the fold of battle. Oa POGIUY-1'vU11 naLsettnis.slemctjaa.es{ proposition. Tit
right. and
Upon return a vote of tnankf. to the .
aide is afieldglsM. The figure j ia cUdln lac. irf.hpoiaWesasv. flOOatUW perbU. and the people last Creek execution occurred several
fre-eet potatoee 60a70e per boabeL Uimtynta, newspapers of the city for JC N Bfa fIlPtDM'nt,. 01 1IJ'b __
< amaU
the full uniform of a confederate lieutsaant ed the cordial years A Creek p&rUe1e 11 a Ue4 IQ
the eocab 10al2e. Oniooe $4 00 treat meat and handsome ago. woman was eon 1JjeLriJa .rrb. .
per en .... J dJUnIMa. or .0'to,In
generaL ..::1. cikLsi.wy.., per 1b. orspss. 10a1le. per tertainment of them while there I IAx I demised to be shot not long since, bet ........- .c. To &. ." anea.1'a.

An racrchaata V&A wad *. bvfii sra I. elaborate ... she was pardoned by the thief. The
proT tame let the -
their bs1nMs should advsrtM .ia ttta C'Xbat -... tory""'aI ... Worty.lair **cIe4foa Q &Q. Seminole. are the only other civilized giANTSTRATTON Business t.Ueg. _
.--L uUVi21pItt&O4.I.. dal.-KWoWu... Ur, 14.act*** N'I'MpI.' Re .
Indiana who shoot their condemned" Wts:.Oer.o.s::";YU.iaPQUO. ::LO U ISV.. a LI._ ,K i .





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Florida 1If.story

'l" South ctto 'lias. n Word to Say Respecting :-.:,? !:;"' 8 'Ie saOES: .' .SsOEvery

to *ln IHlj-n of OM"....Bemtiil own w Belaud. 'Our Elderly Editor 0 ,OQ'T b Pair Guaranteed.
to s Reporter,bY CAp&W B. Wateon.oJ -, "
tS'. 100oI t n o: stock.most complete, and prices most reasonable for quality of !Fondsootnplete ,

t From the Timm-t7nioa. Shortly after our]at week' Issue had 5 s-x e line of HOSIERY, GENTS' ,FURMSIuc GOODS,

III. left the press, our youngest editor was r.3- H TS AI D OA.IJ8.
CHXPTEB g: 0 -
? interviewed by Mr. J. E.; Lanouette, the ; m J U! ;; CD .
a ti
The reporter called on CApt.aIn'Wa lIOn4I.galn young and sprightly Weather Bureau officer 0'4 j I j oy Come and seethe West style in DERBY'S and CRUSII BARS
'CD" <:::
continuation of :: = ; -
yesterday to get a ,who resented, In terms more forcible :: Sl'-. .. all 1"', tot '
the story about Indians, but the captain ,than elegant, the Insinuations and & g 0'1.c! ':'O i- Hats'
to laet .'1' 20 Per Cent. off Straw ,
enough a J ,
? concluded that one was ; l-J .
slurs >
contained in the ADVOCATE:, In reference < .'
: tJ .0 '
Inhabitants week. Since have his has had been similar told experiences other Old to his mature (?) years, on which .- ;1. .S''S 'O.04iS- ..: t;; 1 g .13>; ._-_ To Close them

point he appeared to be a little sensitive: g. I .. .c.r.a:
k recalledto| them, and the young people of O'. ,Q. .
lie hinted about action for libel, EI" C1
the town, just as the present generationdid Justifiable strongly homicide, etc., and said that !:' s: i\.:"ft ,P ": s. 0Ro DRY GOODS HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, ETC
to bed So ,
before them, hardly can go !; ,
he would leave the
have to country, as .
of Semi 'At' fi
without some gruesome story to
he would stand no show now among the l ::
ooles. fair sex of Titusville, and that his matrimonial More Value for a.$ t than Any ,Other House in the
"Well" said the captain, as he blew chances were forever ruined In iII5II. H1g. t4! i boV r;: S SliJ.
r blue wreath from a fragrant cigar, "the J
: this locality.: We explained to him, as f4 ,-4
ended. Volunteer ,
Indians scare soon best we could that the article was written : H i"a. O- P. TURNER &
} &
stationed at
companies were Enterprise ,
by our elderly editor, with the whiskers 12" : ern .
4 And Ft. Reed, and feeling secure with and beard, who, by a liberal application t( ;f' '. (\ V Z e: =----
them we soon went back to b
our pursuits.so near Colonel Dnval cut the of hair Invigorator, manages toJlI'C8t'"e g -i =? T& ..e' U1 d i 'yp E. .L. :eeAC:
a youthful appearance, despite 5 ,
and of S oq 111 O-
.stockade down, no vestige our .
the fact that nearly fifty winters and au .1 .=Z=

r fine"During little fort the was fall-left.'47-we had the severest unknown over his number venerable of summers head. Mr.have Lanou passed I ? I' =0'C"' S Hat a 7 t"" pus ti Groceries Grain Hay Garden Seed FertilI

of wind and heaviest rainfall .. ,
gale ette then Informed, there was but one '| !: ., B" O ;'1 ,
:I ever saw. The anted the course for him to pursue, but that he S .P eu d call the Attention of the People Indian River to my Stock of
20th of October I think three
a 'S
would resort to It only as a last means J .. ==- & :avLoyCJroeerieN
which time houses 2s Staple hAnd
days, during wore of defense, in consideration of our elder- .5Cxi = ,
!:Z: -'
e blown down, hundreds of trees torn out
ly editor's family. He then showed usa J.Qi'g. ce c3 Food ProductsOf
by the roots, and roads made impassible. e. .
The waters of the river and lake negative, taken by a "snap shot" of a r =eI ...- l..J = All Kinds. Also My Stock of .
vest pocket camera and asked to .
rose known and was rose until reached.the highest Melonvllle level ever was guess what It was. ,We first said It us was 12 lo- .5.N ..: It"""""' ;" c Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed ,Mea|

an octopus, in its death throes; then (D j-
completely submerged and the house that it was Intended for the Chinese fig 9 fS Ground Food and Wheat.I .
of If. L. Crane could only be reached by nre 8; but Mr. Lanouette Informed us a 'am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively in the above tGoods. ,

boats. This house was built on piles that Il was a correct view of our elderlyand I buy clone, and will sell close. I Invite .your correspondence and
about ten feet high. the -
steps venerable editor's while he patronage. Very truly ,
was your .
Crane and I caught fish
Henry frequently. -
master the Intricacies of the JAMES HOLMES, President. > 33. Is BRAD
The shores of the lake were so covered Urlnto BREYARD COUNTY
and waltz at the
entrancing ,
that only the tops of the marsh
danco In Masonic Hall last ALBKBT A. TAYLOR, Secretary.
grass could bo seen. At old Enterprisethe I Thursday GEORGE M. BOBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM |
night. We assured him that this would
waves washed away forty feet of the doubtless, have the desired effect, ana STATE BANK INDIAN RIVER Attorney-at-Law. Attorney-ail
which the hotel
shell mound on stood youthful-looking amateur professor Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Company.
and with It several rows of fine
(Lanouette), after receiving a promise ,

ttteps trees. of Alligators the house.came Colonel up to Crane the very and that we would see Into the matter, and COCOA FLORIDA.Incorporated REAL ESTATE Bobbins & Graha

Jacob Smith on the south end of the make a note of it in our next week's issue ,

lake, and John Eaton at the north end, departed from our sanctum, in a 1880.CAPITAL .
different frame of mind than when he
remained in their houses and used boatsto
get from place to place. Jake Smith in entered, and our younger. editor was left :. EXCHANGE LAW LOANS AND REAL ESTATE
had to seek refuge in the attlo and cuta ,
door In the gable end to get out. By [The above paragraph was written by Paid Up, $25OOO. ,
the side of the door he tied'' his boat our associate editor, at the request of Authorized,'$100,000. COCOA Indian River FLA
when not in use. It made but little difference the old fossil who entered the sanctum, We have For. Sale a Large List of Carefully Selected Iv I:

to Jake whether the water roseor after first satisfying himself of our absence. .ACCOUNTS
not, as he made his living by fishing Rather than Involve our associate SOLICITED. River Properties
ol All Kinds Sold and
I Property Bought
and hunting. The rising of the waters in what might prove a serious difficulty Money to' Loan at lowest Bates. ,

paved him the trouble to go for fish as we have decided to allow it to DIRECTORS: Exchanged. Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast l\\
-though properly only fit for the
,the?came to him. All he had to do was appear G. S. President
lilt waste basket Iis quite evident the HABDICB Canal and Transportation Co.
to On the gable end of the house, bait JAMES HOLMES, Vice-President. W". All Inquiries will bo promptlyand
liis line and throw the fish In the frying- ancient weather manipulator has entered C.A..N".AL LA:1VDS.
hlllecond'chUdbood.-ED. R. B. ,HOLMES, Cashier. reliably answered.; Fire Insurance :
pan. Colonel Crane, however, had a upon ] ALBERT A. TAYLOR, J. M. SANDERS, written in standard companies at lowest Florida Southern RaIlway Jacklonvlllo1: Tampa & Key West'Railway COD
large family and the children had many J. F. WOOTEJT.; rates. Lands. Dlsston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment Co.,
hardships to endure before the waters .and other Low Priced Lands.
ubslded. Zamla Inh"rJtolia.
"In those early days law was In a lWOn.QY': 'wCi Ioean .E11wce.ysi, on| En

crude, form and unornamented by red s. At Ten and Twelve per cent, in sums to tuit.
The Most Valuable Plant In the XDo.n'World.
tape People didn't quibble about little Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties
technicalities and side-track Issues, but The Steamship Co.
went straight for the truth and generally Isolated specimens of Z. \ntrnnfuUa Clyde Address, p. o. box 108, Titusville, Fla

got there. These days you have to are found In various parts of Florida, but

circumnavigate the globe, cross your t's, the home of this wonderful plant Is near ED'3T.A.. D S"I"'ILING,
dot your i's and put In your commas to the shores of the beautiful Biscayne Bay, .
get the truth, as if It were so very hardto in extreme southern Florida and In the Cocoa Indian River Florida
find. You might say that we had but rocky pine lands, then It Is found pretty i ,

little law, but the truth Is that the less evenly distributed over the woods, Dealer In
law you have the better results you get. among the thick growth Of wire grass,
Judge Thomas Douglass was our circuit silver top, saw palmetto and oak runners TINWARE

judge, but his vUits were few. The says Jno. -A. Macdonald. In Eustis. PLUMBERS' & MILL SUPPLIES, OILS, GLASS ,A PUTTY, TABLI|
Lake .
,court-house was an upper room In the Region.The A POCKET CUTLERY, BARBED WIRE, WIRE NETTING,
old government barracks at Mellonvtlle. whole white population of the & WIRE Cr.oTILDOOB.S .
This house had a cupola on top from Biscayne Bay mainland depend almost
.which a fine view of all the doing In the exclusively upon the production of sas BLcsroS: :: :anJ:

starch from Z. inttgrtfolia,or"ComptJet"AI Lime & Cement, Shingles & Lath.
Continued Next }reek they call It, for which they find readv Guns, Ammunition and fishing Tackle of all kinds. Ship Chandlery Goods,Gi

ale In Key West; Doors, Cook Stove and Ranges; Gasoline Stoves, Coffins and Caskets;

"Mr. Van Pelt, editor of the Craig,Mo., I have made a series of experiment in ARTESIAN WELL PIPE a Specialty; Lawn Mowers, Ice
ItcKor went to a drug store at Hlllsdale, propagation of Compile from the seeds, New York, Charleston and Florida Lines.The Cream Freezers; Brick Lime, Cement and

Iowa, and asked the physician In attend- and have at length discovered a process Chimney Pipe; Flags & Bunting;
ance to give him a dose of something for which has been very successful) Table and Pocket Cutlery; Mouldings, Scroll Work, etc., etc.
cholera morbus and looseness of the soaking the seeds in strong brine or seawater magnificent Steamships Of this Line are appointed Catalogues; sample cards and size lists sent free on application. Corrcsp

bowel He says: "I felt so much better five or six weeks then cover lightly to sail as follows : solicited and estimates furnished promptly.TiTO. .
the next morning that I concluded to in moist soil. Seeds planted in the '
call on the phyalclan and get him to fix ordinary way remain In the soil unchanged -
me a supply of the medicine. I was surprised for years until at last insect devour From N.w York, From Jacksonville. : : F.: ZIEN'rAG2.3AlyWHOLESALE :
when he handed me a bottle of them. The plant never dies of old age (Pier M,K.K.) ,STEAMER Florida.

C'ltamberlaln's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea and rarely a sprouted seed can be foundIn Monday. July 27th,at S r. II...."TEMASSnEM".Snnday. Aug. 2il. at 3M ran.Wednesay .
Remedy. lie said he prescribed It the woods; when the plant have been July KKh,at a r. 1I..81tMINOI'I! .........Tuesday, Aug. 4th, at see .... GROCER
friday, July Slit, at S P. 1I..llUCJUOl.Tbun Ang. 6th, at 6.00A.M.1M .
in short time a1 ,
regularly his practice, and found It dug they are replaced a by
Monday Aug. 3rd,at I PWednMdarAnK. n ....."ALf4JNQUlN.Sunday, Ang. 'tItb, at JLM.8JO .
the best h. could get or prepare. I can sprouts from the root left In the soil. : 6thatPFriday ......"CHKROK E\.Tu88da1. Aug. 11th, at A.M.
testify to It efficiency my case, at all Spots where the Compile ha sole possession Aug. 7th,at I P. ........YEMA88 / Thursday Aug. 13th, at 30.00 A...
Monday, Ang 10th at S P n.....""SKMINOLK,......Sunday, Ang. Mth, at 1.00 ..11. n
rvents.+ For sale by Dixon Gray 21S show what can be done on land Wcdneadar Aug. Ah: ,at* P ......""IKCK1UO19. ......,..Tuesa. ', Aug. lath at 9.30 .... Flour Tobacco and Fancy .Butter Special
thickly planted in Compile. One kerosene Friday Aug.14th,at. P. .....".ALOONQl.ll'll..Tbund&7, Ang. 20th, at 4 JO A... ,
barrel of roots has been taken from Monday Aug. 17th,at 8 P. .'....''CHKROIOi'!! ......Sunday. Ang. 23rd, at toe Ax.WedoesdayAug.19th .
,at* P. ,, Aug. 26tb, at 5 JO A'".
Bitten by Sharks. that 1s the of M..r."YEMASAEItJ..Tuesda
four feet at rate
square ... .. ........
Friday, Ang.Slit, at 8 p .Thursday,' Ang. Kth, at 10.00 A JL
twenty-five hundred barrel to an acre, Monday Ang.84th,at 3 P. n. "IROUUOI8/1 .....,..Sunday, Aug. 80th, at IM PM.JO sAZVFO JisA.
Andrew Hammond. a former EnUs Boy and three such barrel of roots will produce W MM>U HU Death While Striving to one two-hundred pound barrel of Friday Aug. 3tth,at 3 P ......"CHEROKEE1: ........Thursday, $ept. s.at. 4.30A.M.C.OO .
&a.-tit.UTM of II la Comrades.Two Monday Aug.Blat, at I r. n."YEMASSaE.Sunday.: : : Sept tth at A.M. ''
starch, or over eight hundred barrels to BUTTER & CHEESE in Cold' Storagj

years ago there came to this city an acre, which at the average price of St. Johns River Line.
a :young Dane by the name of Andrew this starch, $12.50 per barrel amounts
Hammond, who secured work on J. M. to ten thousand dollars per acre. It will The Only Cold Storage In South Florida._ Correspondence respectfully
Bryan's place north of town. lie held take seven years to establish the root For Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points nthe'
this position for a year and a half and and give them size fit for digging and solicited.
then drifted away to other scenes. He the land will produce a full crop every St. Johns River. ..

was a particular friend of Oscar Stearns four years. .
and two or three weeks since Oscar met When we consider that this plant Steamer "EVERGLADE" CONTRACTS TOBACCOS SOAPS &: PEARLINE
native In the lands with ,
lilm at and Hammond grows pine no
Tavares young LUT*Jacksonville for Sanford SundayiTuMdayi and Thursday!,at 9M 1'... Returning 29mjr-3mo
told him he was to start soon with some fertilizer and no cultivation, and that ,10arM Sanford Monday*,W.due d y and Fridayi,at 10 A...
parties on the East Coast, In a small of wire grass pine land In
sloop, for atrip" to Porto Rica. Monday Florida will produce this amazingly profitable Steamer 'W"ELAKA" -

Oscar received a telegram from Capt. plant then It would seem to be LaT Jacksonville for Sanford Mondays and Friday, at 8JO r... Returning, leaves GEO. LESTER & CO.]
Ellis, who had command of the sloop. worth while to make an effort to propagate Sanford Sunday and Wednesday,at T.M A. M.
and dissemmlnate It. The abor steamers are fitted np with fint-clu accommodation for passengers, and toe ,
It was dated Titusville, July 20, and table will be supplied with beat IB market.
said that during off Turks bo said that it U and
a heavy gale It may tropical W.
General and Ticket flce,88 St. Jacksonville.
Island three men were washed overboard could not be grown where frost is a frequent Passenger Bay RECEIVERS OF
; that young Hammond went out visitor, but I am satisfied that all 1'. U.IBONMONGEIIV. ,Jr., Florida Passenger Agent,88 West Bay St.,Jacksonville,Fl&.
with a line to help them; he rescued the pine lands of the peninsula would be r. (Hll>KN FAY Traveling Passenger Agent B Bowling Green,New York.
J.0.Pit LOT. rreicht Agent on wharf foot Hogan Street<< Jacksonville Fla.
two of them and when going for the covered with Compile If the seeds sprouted JOHN". HOW ABU.Florida Freight Agent,foot Lanra Street Jacksonville.Fla. ORANGES BANANA
third was attacked by sharks and killed. readily. It may be, also, that the season J.A. LESLIE:,Superintendent,foot Laura Street.Jacksonville,FU.TUfcO. LEMONS
And thus the hero died. between frost seldom long enoughfor .0.KOKB,Tratno Manager,Howling Green,New York.
MAK8HALJL H.CLYDE,Asst.Traffic Manager B Bowling Green Hew York.
Andrew Hammond was a man with a the seeds to ripen, in the central and

history. Away back In the early part of northern portions, but there is no reason WM. P. CLYDE & CO. Gen'I) Agents. AND G-B.A.PES
his ,
this century ancestors were driven why it cannot be successfully planted ,
out of Spain and took refuge In Denmark from seed ripened Biscayne. Millionsof It Soath Wharves,Philadelphia.. a Bowling Green,New York. .

Here his parents were born, as northern crows winter at Biscayne,and
was also Andrew. He served five years feed on the starchy coating of.the beautiful 264 Washington street New Yori.
In the Danish navy and came to this scarlet colored seeds, scattering the ,
country number of years ago and set kernels over the ground. In their annu iLA.N: eJ'TEe: :: :OTELJ: : : ,

tied In New Jersey and four years ago al night northward they carry the seeds, shall
came to Florida. Ills father and mother and occasionally one grows as far north 1 We Issue a WEEKLY PRICE LIST and be. pleased to forward it to'

were killed during the war between Denmark -I a* Levy county. In addition to the immense TITUSVILLEIndian on receipt of a postal card.

and Prussia, and four other member I yield of starch the "pulp" and Stencil Furnished on application.
of his family met with violent the "red water" coming from the washing River .
deaths-hU death make the seventh. of the starch contain a strong acid, Reference: Wholesale Fruit Trade of the country.

Mr Steam hopes to have a letter from which make the Dent fertilizer in the Fla.

Capt. Ellis giving the particulars; of the i world. Ten acre of Compile will fertil .
death of this heroic young man -:Eustls lie a large orange grove. RICHARD W GOODE. JJLMES T. HO

Lake Regton. I wish the paper of Florida would L }t. :
take hold of thu subject and give us all MABBETTE.PBOPB. Florida
Estate Exchanl
Chamberlain 'Eft and Slit the information possible. .
The plant grow only In the pine -
Ointment of Florida, and in a few spots in the Interior

A certain care for Chronic Bore Eye. of the Bahamas, and could be ..* ** '' Open AU The Year. MELBOURNE. Brevard Co., FLA.
Tetter. Balk Bbena. Scald Bud OH made a source,of great wealth to Florida.

** >* > MW! fti" Only a few minute
Itch, PrtlrU Sen tenet, Sara Nipple White Pekln Docks. walk from Railway depot TAXES PAID :FOB NOJf-BESlD

- and mee. HU cooling rand toothing. and Steamboat Landings CONTRACTS TAKEN: FOR SETTLNQ OUT ORANGE GROVES .1)1)
Hundred of ea *haT been cored bj A few left, at3 per pair, delivered la SMI! it PINEAPPLE PLANTATIONS.

U after all other treatment bad failed. Titusville. Lend CaN with order A.S.DicUntou far-famed On the Indian banks River of the Indian River Lands a specialty. Parties wishing to invest: or baring lack

It U put up la 39 and 00 ccat testa. Aurantla Fla *25 sell would do well to correspond with us,

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