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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: June 7, 1888
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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VOL. IX. TITUSVILLE, FI..1., THURSDAY, JVXE 7, 1888.rlK1nc X(). i. '

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; roil (;;o"In\()n.1 SJS.\'fOr. C.I.I.5 AX Is UE. i plea-ed with this !scheme, ait would t Ilunlla'ationIIIIN11.; A man named Riley, while aleeprullcil -

{ A resolution was introduced by Mr.Wilon. place more directly in their hands than To tIe flap l<. of Florida : out of bel at Pulatka. 'l'hurstlay. anti

The Oilier Nominations ami the of Polk, which before it was the convention method, the power of The Immigration Convention which' broke his: ttiich.H .
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I'latforiii. : II tabled, produced the greatest excitement !selecting a Prc-hll'ntand that, therefore'
met in the city of Jacksonville on the -
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:?T. .\nin"TI I.:, Fla., May :81.-Capf. of the convention, and for a time the convention they would support it with euthu.ia-ll1. lath day of this pre-ent month of May, -hat111 1 Io !><> .'

F, p. Fleming, of Duval, was nominatcilOD was in an uproar. The resolution -: Of course all -uclidie me-: are prepoterou -- adopted certain resolutions copies of i( The symptom-of Hiliou-ne are unhappily )
the 4"th ballot this morning, and the expressed the approval of the convention : and none of them will be adopted, which for information but tin well known. They diuYr
ballot re-ulted a- follows : Fleming, | on the action and work of their : but they serve the purpo-e of showingthat I are appended your in diUerent individuals -..nlt't'xh.n1. i
J and in pursuance of which we now A Hiliou- is -eldom
:-tlH'; ; Pavi1: ; I; Bullock, MA ; blank, :!'. |' State's: membersof Congress Wahington :; the Republican party i-: without; man a lrtvakfast
appeal to you in behalf of the important eater. Too frequently al.ihe haan
This:' w'as followed by long and loud applause : especially Senator Call upon his \ much, if any. hope of suree- ..-.'%trnuuohO1r interests which the convention has: dl'l\- i, excellent appetite for liquidbut none
and ('apt. Davis moved that \n; :' action in introducing his amendments: : "" ". f for solids in the morninir. Hi- tongue ;
gated to our care. In accordance with
nomination be made unanimous: which the land grant forfeiture bill and urging ; -- ; will hardly l Lear in-peetion at any time:
I the plan submitted by the Committee on j if it i- not white and furred it i-' rough,
ri-ingote. Capt. Davis the representatives at Washington to ,
trs? done by a ( : ( h'I"'ha'thall IVe IKWIlli : Finance the directors the Association | at all event-
Bullock heartily congratulated : support his; amendment. When the i
and Mr. purport Them have distributed: two-third- the ; Thedige-ti\e sj-tem wholly out ot
nominee and the convention then '! of the resolution was under-tood : % ( order and Diarrhoea
:
; or Coii-tipation
the Kilitor of tlif Florida .S'c'ar : I $:!-tOuo, < > proposed to be rai-ed for the pur- may
adjourned until next day. '! great confusion reigned. When the ayes I be a symptom, or the two may alternate'
poeof the Association the i
: : : during ensuing There
often
ST. Auoi'sTiXL; FLA., June 1-t.-The'' and nays were called, it looked as thoughthe DIAH Sin..-"I5illetDouand "Angelicus" I are Hemorrhoid-* or even
I j I : year rateably to the a:....e: -ed value i! loss of blo? 1. There may l lie giddinc-*
re-a,5embled at i' .*JO resolution but the i i- to }have written
Mate: Convention : : was passed, opposition appear two alltloften headache
: I of the property in the several counties..t I and acidity !flatulence
o'clock this; looming. The first businesvan : 1 prote-ted so strongly that it was very lengthy articles your largely-read :, tabulated li-tof the' counties and the j and ter.lcflll'in the pit; of thestomach.
the nomination for a Secretary. '' tabled Considerable feeling was caused I journal, and I tru-t: you will pardon me i To correct all this if not effect
a.esi'e.l
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amount each attached.
to
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John 1+ Crawford, the present incumbent -!''I.y this resolution, and had it passed, in writing you a few word ': a cure try (imn .1""". Fhnreri it l'ooob
The directors the several little
: now appeal to j but a and thouandattet it- eflicacv. ,
having but slight. opposition, was :(, those be-t po-ted say it would have put I will pa-:, "Angelicu-"' letter a- being i 1 counties of the :State in their corporate .

nominated on the fart bailot. ;!| a load on the candidatewhich the\1 a little too frivolous, by saying that the 'i capacity to all organized branches of this: !;
ballot announced his i would have been unable "Billet-Ioux"5110111(1 !
the was to
Before carry letter of have 11eenupplenu'lItcl :: I
1 1II Association, to the Hoards of Trade of Their Ittiinclooiuinc..
nomination was made unanimous. i the campaign. At :3:1"! o'clock, p.m., all with the word-, ""'Jay :: I
the different cities and towns, to land i Probably no one thing hacau.edlicit p pa
The next business was the nominationof II bu-iness being finished, the convention don't the men propose ?" lIe seems indirectly i 1! companies: and land owners, and to the general revival of trade' at all the drugstores

candidates for Justices of the Supreme adjourned tin die. to object to women working, )I I people of the State generally, to contri- 011 Indian River: a- their giving
1*. II. I. Maxwelland I The convention this selected away to their cu-tomer- oon mUlfn".
G. Raney, morning
Court. and advises them to look after their
bute and the fundi
i to
i i liberally promptly trial bottles of Dr. King'New Di-coxery
M. II. Mitchell were nominated on Presidential electors as follows : home- But will do do ?
it
they, or they
I I i which they .le-ire to raie.I : for Consumption. Their trade i i-simply
the first ballot. It. A. Burford, of :Marion county ; Take, as an exampleome women who I I The transportation: companies I have I cnorrnolloo in this veryaluable article

:Mute {'UIll ptroJler \r. 1) Barnes the J. McKinney, of Jackson county ; bare one or more children to look after. I.I: pledged $$,OOO, or one-third of the fund from the fact that it -nlwncures: and

present incumbent, was're-nominatcd; by and 15. H. Palmer, of Columbia county. What do they do but nur-e and fondle, contemplated on condition that the other j jtwothirds lever .1i-:ll'l'oint-. Cough-, coldath- y
ma, bronchitis, croup, :11111 l all throat and
acclamation Daniel Campbell, of Walton county the children the be-t part of the day, '1 i is provided by those to whom lung diseases: quickly cured. You can ,

The content: for candidate for State; The State Executive Committee was empowered while the hihbawl-the keeper of the we now appeal. There should be no delay te-t it before buying by getting a trial

Treasurer was rather exciting. Therewere to fill vacancies home-goeun cared for, and ha- to make I, in this matter. Time is an e- ,.ential bottle free, large size $I. Every bottle ,

three candidate-: F. J. Tons J. 1\. An Executive Committee was also: ap- the saloon partly his home. factor in the :successful: prosecution ot warranted.!

Cheats, and 1-1 S. Crill, the present in pointed. Where I came came from, up north, the work. 1 1-
I llraec Tp.You .
cumbent. F. .1. Poiis was declared the Luke --"--'orU.. there are scores of young men of good I Every county and locality in the State 'I are feeling ,Il'pre"'l'd. your : "e-
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' nominee on the fourth ballot. *, Warm and position, who, although regarding girls | is; interested, and all should contribute. ite is poor, you are InHhered with headache -
rainy.
A..1. Ru-ell: ] of Duval, was, by Acclamation with the highe-t: respect, are afraid to ac- I j The fund as distributed is altogether you arc t lidgetty, ncrvouand generally -
for Pine-apples arc now being -hipped.: out of -ortand want brace
declared the nomineee to
superintendent quiic anything beyond a slight acquaintance within the ability of the people of the up.
of schOols, which position: he The Mary B. left for Jacksonville on with them. They keep at a distance different counties to provide.The medicinesorbitters Hraee up:, but not with. which:stimulantspring have for= their

now hold-. May 2Sth. for fear of being caught, for some
, : directors propose to send canva ba-is very cheap whisky, and which stimtilate -
The nio-t: exciting contest of -the day County Tax Collector Uene-t: is up i girls are so un-ciupulous that they will erinto every county and for convenience you for an hour, and then lea\e

tea that to nominate a candidate for I from Miami.'l'ime fabricate any talc to make the young and economy of time, have dividedthe you What in worse condition than In-fore.
'tlllll1li..iolll'r agriculture. 'l'hecanli- men bclicACthey in love with them. you want is an aletratho that will
arc :State: into of counties dis
Kansas Clipper has been hauled: groups : purify your blood, :start healthy action of
date were : Me:\:-rs Rogers, Dickinson; The young men know from the past and trictWe a-k for these liver and kidneyretore
out for scraping and repairs.Mr. : canva -ers your your \itality.
Ilay Pearce, :Mo-cley, Lane and Woml pre-cnt experience of friend what an ac- patient hearing, earnest co-operation and :and give renewed health and I strength
(J. \V. Fields, of Micco. is down
:Such a medicine will find in
which Electric
wcll After six ballots: during quaintance-hip: with girls means. Some you
hereon a bird-hunt for scientific purposes. I generous support. Bitters, and only .10 cent a bottleat am'tlruf
-c\eral of the candidates withdrew, Mr. say it means fraud and deception ; but The Association has the welfare of store on Indian .

WomlJ\rrll I was declared the nominee. )Ir. and Mr*. Josiah Sherman left on this does not apply to all girls'--en-ible: I every portion of the State at heart, and ; -- liver.--- -- --

TIM: PL.viroiiM.Tlie the Mary B. for their home in Atlanta, or otherwi-e.: :Suppo-e entertainment'is ''1, will promote it as you strengthen its I XO'I'I'I:.

nominations having all l been made Georgia.Mr. comillgorr, the engaged young man. hands to do so. Four weekstfter date I will apply to

the committee on resolution reportedthe James. McFarlane left May 2Sth ("allllot'l,1I go without sweetheart It is for you to say whether they labor ; the ))011.) Minor .'0111':00. ( 'onntyludge

following platform, which was adopted for a summering in the highlands accompanying him. Ifhe expres-es a with heavy hearts: and a light treasury: of about 11 re ninety yard COl acres'of BtV.: for land leave belonging to sell to

: North Carolina.A wi-h to he mu-t otter to take her. s'
go or encouraged by your confidence and the estate of Mill O. L'm'uhaut. to pay
The Democratic party (If the .,tate of party of vi-itors came down May Thi- meanmoney ; and he would feel material aid. press forward vigorously to the debts of said e: f ate, there being no ,
Florida, in convention a5.cnsblt'd: 1, congratulates insulted if the best seats in the hall were personal property t0-w it.lII the right;
21!>th and returned on the JWth: making the good results which are attainably title and interest of said decca-ed in and
the friendof: good government only a H'ing'ioit.: not provided for her. I could cite several For the directors of the Florida Immi- to about DO acres in Lot .1 of section 20.and s
upon the a: "ured prospect: of siic- instance: : in Jacksonville to prove As-ociation Lot 1 of !section :t5. tow 1I1a fit 2.::
I Services for the colored I'opleare held ". gration s..1 t1. ....n..., ',!- II ,1., : ,,.. .1
I 1.1-1..1 (11 ,. illill tlllg
and makesthe
CC6in the earnedten
coming campaign tin- ladies
Many never 1".1'--
young .J. .DANMF.L. Preident.COUXTir.s .
I every Sunday afternoon under the leadership ; II' : in the county of Brt'\'IlI. State of
following declaration of principles : of Mr. V. O. Spencer." cents in their lives, and, therefore, I I Florida.

That we reaffirm the cannot e-timatc ito: worth. The same extravagant j Assmx:111STs.Alaciiua.$4,6,27s :. CHA.S. II. \al .MAN.Admr. .
f1ll1l1:1I11ental\ AND !
doctrines the national I \, Captain H. P. Dye's daughter, Ruby, ideas prevail in everything in | ::: ; S 874.92! : I. B. X. e-t.M. O. Iliiriilianu
has been sick for the week TliU.JuneGth. ISss. 7
thc- quite : past! or
formulated in the platform in national which they participate. In dress they !
{ Bradford........ J,124,7G.5 211.:1Baker. -- --
but is well the to
convention of 1SS4\ at Chicago. | so now on way recover. are not happy without being attired in I i ............. 71(5,7,12( 1B4.39Brevard : I \ :.

That we advocate a liberal policy on Communion services l la-t Sunday morning garments of the mo-t co-tly material ; : .......... 1,007,474 1SS 92 :Mute of Florida, I In.Jntirv'sCwirt.OTK'i .

the part of the general goeminent, in I Rev. A. II. Dilley olliciating, and and which they are not careful to pre-; Calhoun ......... :tf.12,8G2 f; 00.10; I County i Hannah of Iri'vaiil! |

the matter of pablicinIprovensentsand'hold Sunday School at Mr. George A. ( Sale'sin : -erve like their grandmother's did, but II! Clay............ .. 1.,118,09.) ': S4.7ti To You are hereby M. :gasser.notitu-d that a writ of

that the South has a right to demand the afternoon.Kev. mu-t go everywhere to di-play theirfinery. i Columbia ....... 1,000,4.1: r.OO.O'j attachment hibeen i"':-neil n :lilJ..t"on*
this until her waterways and harbors A. I>. Dilley has )left for his"al'l- f t Such a young woman, instead of Citrus. 874,7.12 1G4.01 and your property attarhttl tosati-fy the
demand tlf I). L. ( ic.ulilcn anoltnting
are adju-ted to the needof her tion in the north, but it is probable that: being loved -imply flirted with in pul I Itile.-.......: 21,1,7.VJ 40.4-1 :$:!:)-. Now link's- oiihall: a1lKarbefore| | to

commerce to the same extent :\-> other I services will be continued regularly Sunday lie, and privately de-ph.ed. Flirtation ,' DeSoto.......... 1,98,040! : 371.82: the Hon. Minor'. Jones: Judj .>f the

!'ectionof the country. i mornings Itev. E. Hccr officiating. I may afford pleasure: for a time, but after Duval........... IVWO.fil'J 1,788.87 County Court and t'\-oflicio .11I,ti(.e I'

That the Democratic part of Florida lake Worth will be opened aa full- few years thoughts the future depressesthe K-cambia....... :{, ;49,7,1! z GS, Loh: I of noire time at Peace Titu-ville for; ,!"aid on ctninty the tith, day al hi.of.

does hereby expre-s i its unqualified approbation fledged money order office on July 1st I mind of the unmarried girl ; and if Franklin........ 490,427! 92.89 .1ug11-t, A. D. l 11'<',.., at IU 1 o'clM-k in the

of the administration: of President : i- i for which all thanks to the postal authorities an unsettled home i- the re-ult, distress i i (Gad-den; ........ 1,018,149 190.90 foremwn, judgment will he renderedagainst ,

Cleveland, and its i carnet desire i for ; would have: liked to thanked them is followed by grief and rem 0 rooe. Again, !. Hamilton........ !199,012! 187.K: the del.t"you. and) your projnTtyold: to Ina y Ii

his re- mat ion and re-election and 1 a couple year* ago, but better late than if a young lady fortunate enough to Hernamlo...... 1,0.12,710 197.3S Dated this Ctli; day /mne,14;," .

"-e heartily unqualifiedly) indorse] = his never. gain a husband, how often does: it happen I j I I I'll-1 JOro........ .',),'_)o'"'._),II.h.' .".1 IJ..J"- I 7 I). 1.. ( ;:.\\ MJKN, PlaintiftL.txl

last annual message acml odying our L...;.Uf. that in-tead of being economical and Holmes.......... 379,870 71.22 i ----- -- \OTICI:. -

*view upon the tariff necessities of the I __ ___ doing her be-t to make his :-mall fees or Jackson......... 11ttiU': ; 21S.99 1 i : OFFICK ( iaine-xilli*. Fla. >

country. !I I Republican Schemes.The salary go afar: a- po..ible, she is prone I Jefferson: ........ 1,844,001 ::-t:>..;' I .'"UC :!. I8SS. I

that we approve the inflexible stern- Republicans are proposing -ouie'I to make a great show, furnish luxuriously '! Lafayette........ 512,816( 10.-;.;.'; i Notice hen'by given. tint the follow-

De>with which President Cleveland has I brilliant: schemes for capturing the Piesideney. \ keep -ervantentertain no end of i t Lake............. 74,11(5: fiJ;! :(;!; !i ins intention named to settler make has final tiled proof notiee In !supportof of her .

ttideavon-d to enforce the law relative to One of them was noticed by company, and run into debt This kindof Lee ......... ..... 7,8H: 1G4.22 !| her claim and that said pi'oof will In;

the much-ne'tletl reformation of the I, the Morning Xcir* some time ago. It "I wife proxea source of trouble, Leon............. 2OUt, .'>,2"t .' 37(1.20( I made before .\. A. :Ste'vait Clerk Circuit

civil service policy of the government I IWe was that the Chicago convention should t anxiety and vexation to her husband instead Levy............. 1,391,80T 200.97 1 \ Court. vl/, at :Tittisville..lennif A.FI.i.Fox.. on of July Horti 10th.1SSS. I Bn; .

urge upon our Representatives and ,. make no nomination but that each State I of a helpmeet and a comfort, and Liberty.......... ;Jl,779Madion ;";.5S yard'n.., Fla D. >. 1tli.! ; for the eat 4
Senators at "': -l..hinf"ton ti u-e every effort should put forward its favorite son. In the consequence: K thathe breakup 1.4">7 7">0 278.38 I, of oiulieastection 10. and east hall

to bring to a successful i issue* the (! this way it was hoped to arou-e the party \ the home. Marion. 4.i, s.;>,184 S.19.72: ; of< northat. 'J7 J east.h section. 1.1.;; town-hii 2.1outh. .

Democratic measure for taritl'reform 0 in the close States sufficient enthusiasm'j! Tht.young damelif) they feel Manatee ........ 1,2.17,922 I _. .Slj :> ., name range* the followingitnese* ttt

hick are now pending before l\H1grcr.lol.l"f -:. 'I to get a majority of the electoral college. '; thernelvelighted have a deal to Monroe........ ISnIJ: 34.-i.4-1 prose her couti11unn-re-blcncenpouantl

II, That the delegateelected by This scheme was concocted and abandoned answer for. The young gentlemenhould a'au........... 2.-1ar1 4,' 0.81 i cultivation of -ail! land. \i/ : Mills O. It.CottreU .
i( of Hoiti : FranH-. Hall, of
this convention at :t. Ixnii-l intructfd in California. iI i I not allow judgment to go by default. Orange..... ..... 4K, ; >2, ;7.'J .s72.j> l Horti : Robert 11. Ilurehtiel. of(Jeor..!iana;
to ea-t their votes for tke.' renomination Some smart Republican in Mi--ouri ,, The cau-e and remedy of the complaint 0-ceola......... 1,421,910 207.1717VJ4 \Viili.ini h. Owen ot ;,.uriana. Fla.

ot President Cleveland. 4:520 1 ; 7 >. TnKu. :. I.'egi-ter.}
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That the remarkable and steady'i which is about brilliant a* the California Labor i- honest healthful and profitable Putnam 4KiO04: 774.47 %'ICI:.

growth of our imputation, and the enormous f one and about impractible.= It and keeplM>thexe- out of mi.. Polk.............. :j,4 ;o.V2r., 04 S.S.I LAM OJUCE (iaiiieville. Fla.. ->

flow of capitalecking: perl1l=\- i! is that no nomination- shall be made at : chief. Let the young womeneek to Santa Ro-a.... 1,2a2SOO: :!- .;:', June 2. lb>S. iNotice

nent itnestment in our State is a noteWorthy 1 Chicago, but that a platform shall be 1: enter what field of labor they chose, and :St. John'l,9U2,7ir. :::7V):; innuIIPtt.ttl'r i hereby has given tiled that notice the follow-of hU

indication of the pro-pcrity of II adopted and that the campaignhall be abandon that pride which mo-t of them Sumter......... 1,719,1 8'2.88: intention to make final profit in suppoit
the State, and that we invite worthy and ; conducted on i it It i urged= in favor of a.nine. If\ gentleman sees a girl of Suwannee.l,579,9SS! 21HJ.25; of his claim and that said pioofill be

industrious people from all quarterto 1! this :-cheme that there will be no sulking this kind she will not lack for an admireror Taylor..... ..... :!-t1S, <; 45.66; ; made: before. Fla..\.. on A. July ate wtrt.I'Jrh.; IssS.Clerk VI/atTituaville. :

Come and settle :tni.,th us with confiassurance antI no disappointed leaders ; that : a share of the comforts and ptea-ure- Vol u-ia ::,U t-t,.17:5Wakulla. 74s.9S! Irving I;. Hi-cock, of Horti. Flu., II..:.
dt"l1t suit a friendly welcome the entire party will work energetically : that Titu-ville or any other town in .. W2,2: ,,o (";7.93 1-'J71: >. for the lot 4. -ee. II). and lots, 2.
and :3. 15 to\\ ...hip) 21outh.: .
-PC. range
and an equal opportunity, and we heartily -i and harmoniou-ly I to elect the Republican Florida atford-. Walton. ,:;:" /"<;:jWahington 20.001 :o7 ea-t.

appro\c the recent establishment ofa electors the different States, with Your: truly, ... 7;'Uj,,; : 7 142.41 He namethe following; witne''e* to

state Immigration Association, and the hope that if a majority of them Lr.v. prove his eontinuoureid-nee upon and
cultivation of aid landi : Mill O.
Hedge it our cordial and chosen each Presidential aspirant of --- ; ,
sympathy : are : $80,205,002 i16,175,81Mo II. Cornell of Hoiti ; Francis P. Hall of
(*rnet support in its efforts to peopleour the party will have a chance to be cho-en Sunday .school hereafter, will beheld -- --- i Hoi ti ; IobertH. Ilurehtiel of;ieoririaua: ;
:-:tatl're want honest citizens no | President by the electoral college. It i iI i- ; in the new (J.pi'col':11){ Church in 'IlIitle, in Titusulle, have been ,, William D. Owen of Jeorgiana; ; Fla.

flatter Whl'DC-c they t.'oml' .. I also urged that the people would be '! Titu-t.i11e. very scarce up to this date. : 7. S. C. 1'tTKFir.: I.'cgiter.1'HE .


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One of the pleasant effects of the blizzard > of the president. Fleet Wolf, in fact, offered J. .\. McCRORY, Atty-at-Lawr. .J. W. EWAX, Notary 1..11--
FASHIONS! FOR MEN. Mr. Cleveland a chew of tobacco which .
was
is social. In New York a club enjoys reunions I I j
the members of which first met in declined in a di;;:led way. As they stol.1l11 j jn i
The wry newest shirt front is of white t' > depart Hound-that-Bays asked '
when their train stopped in a ; :
pique, with tiny dots of a color sprinkledover snow acquaintance draft. The: first club dinner consisted ','.*.>:i't }i.u si ve us n drink:" Mr. Cleveland McCRORY & EWAN,

it.TWt'"I1. of ham sandwiches at l."iO apiece, and probably t was iktol-h.sl, but with great presence of I

is the thin; for lounging jackets, a ill lie the only meal of the kind which' ni.u t "t,'.M.tl a cabinet and taking out a dl- I'

though alpaca will be admissible as summer I the'club will enjoy. cit r a...1 thn-e ;glasses drank; with his !

comes on. CUt: ..' ,.. ....- l...:si .>t "Her",; .1.1t.\ "' uttered
Variation in the size of rain drop are dependent : >
The four iu hand in favor, in length : by ...<' .uThe Win; ii.-ase has :
grows the differences in the L.i' Real
tm rum height : : :
Estate
also, anti threatens a revival cf the "chukt-rr from whicn tllPhave fallen and to the s.i. ., .:. \ a.h. ; Indias. Biscayne Bay
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of the regency.Soft i amount of siTmo-pherie disturbance presentat

diagonal: st-rse cloth of a brown gray i the tini... If fallen from a great heightthe ot.m D'j:,iB ANIMALS:

shading t+> yi'Ilmv is much worn in London : dropuffer gradual division into smaller ; t
AT: ..1'l iu .: iu tLo tiiueral priKtssioii to are tI
for the wlJul suit. : and smaller i arts until they are converted | I
Li..J l .. cremation silver collar I
v it wore a
For evening wear white glove*, are pardonable I into a mi t. In calm weather, with the cloudsnear AG-ENCY.
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lint jkUv |.nran*< or paler lavender is I tin earth's surface, the drops are large: ? tt I t.lriami

far cad away Letter I style.In and hea'. '. A --.t..:;v.. 01 Ll>....-",urg, Pa., owns nine dogs; : !
I .:. birds I
sere r.ts. .1 :11.1. < eight canary
lVm w(' are told then is a firenuous Dade County .IHoridn
I PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS. anti TWI sate IUKV. It is unnecessary: to t ,
effort tro T.'e knwLnt-'i'.es, silk Blockings; ; I
say ti< "t. :
-i-p r
low fchoe* t.all1t;a te kea & Kndieott ; (
has fondness
-n.tan. a for yellow -
A t-"i..1 iu Manchester. England, telephoned
New cheviot* for trou:rs are preferablygray I glov''': i ili'jbert tolrrtv's oili.v :>.king if her d"g; was Have Valuable Lands fir sale Fronting on I'lM-ayne Day. .;"'.' ltli n-rv* t..r ..tK. ,

or Lrowu uud the check or stripe maybe I' f..n:: .-;tevenson \v.i paid SOuOfor the: Ot'-y was there and his mistress bade County at prices ranirini: from :?:!.",4 to -"n.iu% j.t.r :u re. l.-r t a-h nn.J ( n tin : t

1 L1rLut urtr pruaouncxtLIligh his last novel. j nske f t._- ,i.i.in to hold him up to the tele- !

authority asseverates that many !j Southern! members of *..* wear boots, phore. St<- whistl.-l and *jN,ke and told him '
congr
t+ \nll..I&:1 .aca..t t called now wear corsctA.and northern Irk ImiIN'r. shoe s.Governor to .-...n.. i h ..::1.. c \irey! pricke-1 up his ears, Splendid Sites for Hotels and Winter Residences, Overlooking the Bay and Ocean. 1

tittti loll p/actice is iucrea..ille. j and :. S.NIU a. he was jilacvd rn the floor i i iiUirted t
.Jerry flask. of Wisconsin, stands i
For ntLk-t i; come'-aiis of printed cotton, t for h' :tte. t
six feet tlnvv in hit stockings.Prince : .
with gm or l1n'.yor mdigu blue grounds, j A lady in << rre t>iivv'K>l. Mass., gave: a cat to : !
lli-marck i ;
is known the WardMcAllister
now as
olka dots of color j jUuuid
or }> contrasting; I a fnend"limg; in Somerville, nine miles ili- | '

collar and cull ends are hopelessly I of European society. 13..!. Tw! <.It wi hkt.un evening, put in a i i Government Lands Surveyed and Located for Settlers.

pa.>e, and square ones to achieve tue height Senator IngnlN; always has a red kerchief box which wa phtce iu u l busy; ; and cov-

of style must be artistically turned down. peeping; out of his breast pocket. t ere l with a hors blanket and carriage robe. I

No g(K.xl dresser now wears tight; gloves; 1 President Hyde, of Bowdoin college; spends The -at w:&.' put in the cellar of its new I !

by cou>e I player. d. turned at the old home. !
Bmales M/e kept by some very tony houses. I I iv. it up Taxes bald for non-residents, titles investigated and abstracts furnished .>n .h Tt n..!::,,, ;

,: Very choice and new silk handkerchiefsLave I Secretory V.'hitney i* considered to IKJ by I' nf any landin Dade county, as we haw a :
centers of solid neutral English twill, long; odd the U-.t dressed man at present in ; !
FANCIES IN JEWELS.
with bright; or figured borders two inches public life. .

wide. Bron ,ui Howard J"t'el1thma.le the witty I Complete Abstract of Titles of the Public Recordsof
remark that he would rather be playwright In pencil cases a pine cone of gold is a peculiar
shirts rainbow hued
Many percale are yet i
x' than be piiident.Until pattern. I
quiet, and modestly elegant ones can be

found for those who will not bow down to a few years ago Kaiser William exchanged : priate Egg to shaped tne season.pearls make scarf pins appro- the County and keep posted from day to day. Pevds. Mortsa I !:t s and other instruments

the glaring BaaL photographs with pretty woman and acknowlnlnunts! ltf..re
every of writing;: carefully drawn up by Us n:* whrnilesiral.

For rough; ) weather and hard usage nothing whose. acquaintance to made. ; Lace pins of alternate pink pearls and diamonds Call on or address u> by letter fur any information < 't.nn.mil1 laiuU ,.n ft: ,
much in favor.A .
equals the real Donegal: homespun coat of ("-'u..un Moltkesay* that Gen. Boulanger are cayne Jay or in the county

which will turn aside the most drenching 'knows: something." From such a reticentold dainty well cut bust of moonstone is a I]

storm of spring. jiessimNt as Von Moltke this is high novelty in scarf pins recently seen. I :r !\EcCrorv & 3-v\vim.

English flannels for tennis wear come ininch praise. I II A diamond stamened Easter lily in jet I

square plaids of black, with white, red, I The late Chief Jll..tkeaitc was 72 when makes an attractive top for a hairpin. -

L:-own. old guM or orange, and are made up I he died. Justice Bradley is Matthews; '' A spray of rape; leaves sown with seed Opened for the Season. THE SLOOP AGNES

with rage; to match. 64; Harlan. .Vi: Blatchford, G>: Gray: rot pearls is a dainty Iwttrra in lace pins. t6'r.A: man who is interested in his: own

Fla I.d shirts will be than Field 7'J; ?.tiller 72. and Lamar, Gi. i A miniature Indian I know that commanded) by
:; more worn ever, I arrmhead of flint, i welfare will be pleased to

r and the f iv ,rite tuff for them is the fine I King; Humbert of Italy, has grown very bound to a gold shank by a silver cord, is an ']( I CAPTAIN JOHN Me LEAN"

English twill-white ground with polka dot gray of late. He is only 44. but he looks very oddity in scarf pins. ANDREW GIBSON I Makes regular trip on Indian Uiver.

of re*. !,luck, brown or blue. I much older. Humbert is not a handsome I SIll CAKKIKS A ITI.I.rm.Y orGroceriesDry
4 1 1I Louis Quatorze brooches of white enamel, Keeps the finest oysters to be found in
does he look intellectual.
is of man, nor highly rimmed with dark I Good
The lar.irite yachting coat cream gold and bearing portrait I

whit.tlauuel, with a blue binding showing I Senator Stanford still affects the low cut heads, are much ad.nired. Titiisville.AXI .
I Canned CooiN
ma inch and a half wide all around and a vest of old time His wealth does not show ,
A half fan of 1'ATKOXS.
opened gold showing four ) SEKVEI) IX STYLE TO SUIT
title narrower on the i>ockets. I in his clothes, though the stuff is the best of folds set alternately with turquoises and : Hats, Boots and Shoes,
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black broadcloth and his shirt is of linen from
For t..'.l..;* nvar white trousers still have diamonds, is a costly brooch
i Ireland I Plain and Fancy Cake made to order. J.al1iC5SllOt'* in great variety : l'riatsali
the call i.xr .tq'es. and the most acceptable I i A perfect KM* of highly
M. Goblet the new French minister of I II 1 I : polished moonstone Itfcwl linntl. new pattern at low price
ia>h i i th.rt- ix inches wid3 and figured in I set within a case of gold wire is a { linkers allays flit

large spots with the club colors. foreign affairs has a very hot temper. Every peculiar pattern in !scarf pins recently seen. I t Also a firo'tcao'Barber! : shop attached. Ready-made Clothill Toilet Articles!
!L oUt. ha heard of a tempest in a teapot, but ,
Sprit:; neckwear, too approaches the florid an outbreak of passion' in a Goblet is: something Calla lilies in jet, with stamens of pearls, i Meal at all hours; from 5 a. m. to 11 p. in. \OT1O.\S.
got Lie-eu.br.icmg, as it does ail light, new. !gold] 'diamonds or jet are among the most 1 Parties Uesirns to leave on morning mail
f tnght u-ui sL.'.ig tones of color, with prQOtlIl..J. I pleasing patterns!' offered in Easter brooches.A boats and hacks will please note this. ', ?*Fur the cash only.){
Pop- Ieo has ordered that the walls around
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!.-it lu say loud pattein ------ t March 15, -]'; tm.
j I the Vatican palorns he heightened. High soap dish of frosted silver recently seen PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup ___
Ne: c(itt'.:i hose han rainbow ankle stripes
i building have been erected in the neighbor- represent a large sized egg. The interior is ; (.'. II. .stOTT.llAIlMIKKSSINti .
TO a tai ;.mud with ribs and feet of darker j hood which overlook the garden in which the fitted with the usual tray, and is highly pol Barrels $2.25.
tirade, wliiic 1.11* thread show maltese pope take his daily walk.SM.ographer ished. I 1.1: "T ClS

cro>a... Ul iiHjJe or black ;grounds. I to order ten cents extra.
I D. F. Murphy has been the In new designs in brooches a smiling Cupid. i Gauged : ; SALOON.

T;t.w: lu.c.1 luirflkerchiefK have eighth inch i rejiorter of the United States senate for standing erect within a handsomely rayedsea Wheelwrighting and Repairing. I -

henu.: 4-i'Vr: a\solid colors orstnped or crossbar j i nearly forty years. lie has rejiorted Clay, shell of translucent garnet enamel] is: i i If you want a clean and easy .hav*.

rei. oc el>e the Imrder is two inches : We t>t" r and Cass and Liter Sunnier, Sewar.l artistic and unique. C. O. 13. I As clean a:* barter '\ gave,
'.. .. ftuliroidt'ivd dot the I
".illt'. \ : at corners. other
i uud famous men. Two interlaced hearts, one set with diamonds Breakersfroal 1 Just call on meat my saloon,
I barrels and O"alater
V."I.Ucollar: arid culls: will again be worn i Austen CIaii11erlain.: ,,'='1. son of Right and one with turquoises, make a lace Honey 82.00 1 At morninjr, eve, or afternoon.

wit'.i; uac',. "Infix uud liae linen embroidery i i Hun. J'-vph Vl>anil"> lain is to enter parliaI pin appropriate an Easter offering to a up. i I'll cut and ii ml> your hair with grate

sail! ..:- m full dress, though; the com- I ::t. lie has IK. H studying in Berlin and fiance or sweetheart.In Tanksand I i To suit the contour of your fare;
iao.j ; .- .'L' an sent lio.ielessly to Coventry. i it I* .sid that Prince Bismarck took
: a
i great
To I'll .
girtt' wnharnp t "
i a
bar pins nine handsome rubies set in you
a order
WOKK
all kinds of COOPER to I
:1'siita .. buckle warranted not fa to KIM and entertained him
: ; su tender fiximently
I straight line, divided into thirds by twotransverse The.art of wliii-h i known: to tVw.My .
to "wi..r. tear rip, ravel run down at tho at 11111Wr.
T. JOIIXSOX! !
lines of small ,
I diamonds make a s-cissorV sharp, razllrkt't.u..
I my
heel nor cut ii the even on the finest .
eye If i/ekiel) E. Smith of Fayetteville, N. C pattern pleasing and attractive. LaGrange, : : Florida. 1! My shop i U a ways: neat and t.ll'3nnIl.f.tllin ,
silk wobbiiig, i* the latest supplies of
among 4should !confirmed by the senate as minister
1 .\ I'm yogi! find
Some handsome scarf --- --- sure
11 pins I --- -- --
long PIt wants.Very Liberia recently seen *
n:1I1l..wul general to the diplomatic
miml
: To suittlie taste and please the
were of mother of pearl, the natural tints
new waistcoats are of natural white and consular! "I'n-i,x of this country would atlength WM. H. SHARPE.
helped out by colors And all who intend
'lruL.l'u transparent deftly ap 11fttn patronize
wool faintly by fine lines of red or have a Smith upon its list a namewli .
plied. A pnmpano with emerald is the Just curve along :uHllrinc."nur friend.1nd ,
eyes
blue. UI'III.untl the without h doe I thereon
Vliey on edge r i"t all tear at present.
have six: buttons and meant to II favorite pattern.A I assure you I will try
collars are (mll"liller., the recently deceased: i REAL ESTATE AGENT I! : ma.v"
take the lllC"e of the pique and linen horrors, Australian millionaire, had one fancy, apart pin much fancied by horse lovers among My wry U-st to satisfv.

whereby the average; laundress transformsthe from the: main one of money making, whichabsorlftil the fair sex' consists of a bar formed of a I -"" -

mildest mannered man into a man in I his kfe. ThU was for Scott's novels, whip stock of gold, haYing a silver horseshoeat I FOIL SANTA LUCIA

buckram. New York Commercial Advertiser. : which! he is Ilt'lieYN.blp.e read tl.iough each end. The whole is topped by a jocky CITY POINT. :

I with moonstone top, diamond peak and i I
on -- -------
"th".''H. bold nm.Flowers. Lands sold on long time with interest, or I Is located in that magnificent Tropical

STRAY BITS. I A letter received from Iloltert flarrett, medallion heads, cherubim and I on the lea e system, or for cash.. I Forest that lies between the Indian and

There aid to he several in New dated at Cairo, state that he and his party mythological subjects, in a translucent St. Lucie llivers.: and i is bill off. by
are gypsies i
Land cleared and and cared for !
York that are worth over ,100,000 apiece.A vt ii! ascend the Nile as far as Thebes, and, enamel which admits of all the high lights I planted, ]I :streets sixty feet wide, into three acre
i returning; i ii.way of Cairo, will cross the found in the Ceylon moonstone, are dainty if desired: ; bv contract or otherwise.Piefer I! block, and i smaller lots. which will be

vigilance, ottimuttee has been formed in !j i Mediterranean to Greece. From there they : brooches offered for easter trade.> Aqua sold reasonably to actual settlers. This

Sal&.D.e,,f* t
Ov.f : l':,<__.'.(W have b* ?n spent in New I on ii hot griddle a la Jay Gould.Avscmhlyman blue and garnet are the favorite colors.: : Jno. C. :Norwood, Titusville, Fla.; B. }V. I'i in the land of the cocoanut anti pineapple.

Zeribrtd i:a tin la-st eight years in efforts to I : Gallagher, of New York and J. tm*, Tazewell Court House, Va.; 'I where all the Tropical Fruits fluunsn--

OVCIVKUM tote rabbit l'.h brue. I and A. Becker Montreal Canada for !!: ..Address with
wants to U inn u att'\l He has a name SPORTING AND ATHLETIC. ; stamp.
ndeiit who writes from Honduras I whom I have made !:
A cvrn s: which ha> for some time past been widely groves.

..... that more than $1'OUO.OOO of known. He should have his slightest wish I' No trotting horse has the exact mark of i I W. H. BAKER Wavl"4 Dade Co",

Ani r:: i.s cubital is invested in gold mines in gratified.r'INNIy should so far forget there i 2:153(. ( ,Articles of Incorporation of; ; 5t
tha* I .. FLOUIDA. :
\ idtry.A lwet due to a popular hero as to oppose "
I-..''. :.aia lady who was once famous for Gajiagher! ; when he J't'al1jwants to '"let 'er 1 Beckworth and Finney the English SWImmers the Halifax and Indian River : -- ;z
I :. will sail for America
Ltr s ....l'i' and the number of her slave I. next month. ;
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now e..:.... u u-w cents a day by picking cot- I Mr. Kuki, who until recently cared for the P. E. Pulver. of Glen Falls. N. Y., offers Railway Company.Be ,.! THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA.

tea .:.utatioa that her before inteii of at is in to match the black it known that we whose names are subscribed
c. : ".v- ; was own >t" Japan Washington, now gelding Jingo; againstany I
hereto hate formed and organized, and by these I!
the wr.r.fc'ouv. his native country, playing the role of Pooh- trotter in the world for 1,000 a side the presents do form and organize ourselves into a
I
!\ w York: people propose to build a i Bah. He still< holds his rank as envoy 1 race to be mile heats, best three in five in corporation under the provisions of an act of the I

school for the traniingof servant girls if they i extraordinary to this country, while at the harness. I Legislature of the State of Florida. a{ proved July II I
19. 1ST4. entitled an act to provide in general law CAMPBELL
A. 13.
can raise the neeexsary $50.000 or $00,000.; same time he i> chief of the imperial archives 1 That the winter racing at New Orleanshas for the incorporation of railroads and canals." and

The |,=a't year about ;,tMk) was raised in i of Japan and also president of the examining : been reasonably('(> ful is evidencedby any acts of said Legislature: amendatory theretofor i ;

small Mini-. j I board of the Universal exposition to beheld the fact that the Louisiana Jockey club the purpose of constructing maintaining and Jacksonville, Fla.

At a town meeting; in Lee, N. II., the other in Tokio in 1 .1*(). has lately expended ?10--,( ) in improving its operating ol persons a and railway property.We for public. use in the conveyance I I

day, Mrs. Ilel E'r.itnr. the first time a women was ever his course at the Han"ardIediC'al i the charter of said corporation and in conform. -
George. the well known wrestler, ity thereto make and sign these&rticle!>Jof incorpo- i
called on to preside over a town meeting in school Li>t year. Young as he is, however,
ration. The name of said corporation the Hal t
who is now in )Mexico challenge Jack Warnsop. is near
that state. he has made a discovery anatomy which ifax and Indian River Railway Company. Said railway I will Sdl l and Deliver at your
Joe Acton or Tom Connors for from
A redwood tree felled near Humboldt, has profoundly impressed the few scientists is to be constructed maintained and operated '1! station First-Class
) side the
a') to fl.fnn a matches to take from the city ol Daytona in Volnsia to a ;
county
Colo., was ten feet in diameter one andtwenty who have heard of it. He has found that in
way place in the United States. point on the Indian River in Brevard county a i
the other: at the stump. It was 200 t the portal veins of very young; infants exist i distance of about sixty miles. Said railway will be
feet long and contained lumber enough to I valves Inch disappear as the child grows in ,. Kilrain and Mitchell are expected over hereabout constructed and operated in the counties of Volnsia PIANOS

will n small villages years. These valves are found in the portal May 1. They will probably bring and Brevard. in the State of Florida
The capital stock of said company is six huni -
Rowell and witness the tart of the six days'goasyouplease
yeiUs of the lower animal, butnee makes
A novelty in the way: of daily newspapersb I i dred thousand dollars ($&Oo.OOU). divided into sixthousand I or.
no mention of their existence in children.Dr. race at Mad'sun Square shares of one hundred dollars each. :
announced by The Republique" FrancaiseKOthing Bryant'* discovery is important in thatit garden. New York early in May. I The directors of said company. who shall manage I i
; less than an evening: edition published its stairs for the first year. or until their sncc..orpi OR.GrANSj
ot1s one mure proof of the truth of the Jake Schaefer the billiard is : five
expert chosen
in linden of a new Paris: morning i are are in number and their names :
pajvr, the copy to h e supplied by telegraph.What evoiui '!i tneory.Vaahin anxious to meet Sloson< in private at cushion and places of residence are as follows :
u.
"\ ton is excited over the report thatMrs. carom, fourteen inch balk line or cham- UTIXY J. WHITE. Ormond. j! FOR LK-S IO Ethan any otter Mute ID :
is su'lN"t-1! to l)e a Confederate gold j FR\XK W. SAMS. Sew Smyrna. i .uulDtllU
dollar wfdual h in Atlanta I.. E. linggs.; a newspaper correspondent pions' game, for 1.OX) a side or the winnerof I, WILLIAM B. WAT>OX. Jacksonville, II United t'uttl.! I always Guarantee *' n'
man a> heip 1'1111"
'. .. who wr. I.". over the name oi1 "Olivia," the best two in three to take the money. SAMfEL B. C\r.TEK. !. loe.faa represented. I M ill slip a tnaJ"VJ 11 totaiS'honest ,
rt\'E''lt! : > a c* I: i* eu 1 :-'vit u.IIix: "Udl'uin.. were issued has dona+l uiiout a/.UU square feet of land Axel Paulsen. the ten mile champion skaterof i; March 17. Ifr-v SALTER. New.York" C.ty.4;*- m. j 1{ tlalr.f 6ctory. I will pay freight tree 110"J tasi
known: ass Maple square, situated between beaten ; cash and UO a month on a liato. >xbIs
tr tiic t'. h t !'.. < government, and if genu- the world was on )March. ne.lr 1 tilllaui for-DOC ta
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ire t-! >Jj ..it.It' i would IK- worth $
and It >tr.' ts. a> a site for a wilinen'* univers. the ten mile in 33:; minute 2t; vvoinds. beating i terms anyone can own a UJltrulDtllL;

Aa I.'t'' -: the astonishing way in .:_. to I..' i'atterned after U.rard college.Piui ;: Paulsen i"seconds.: Paulsen lowered i All persons having claim? against the FREE CATALOGUE rontaminK full m / \t.
which r; lJt ni'-.lrivly.! it is rvt.l: that in -Iji'ua.. Tue projvrty I* worth about his New York record by 4 ralautes.At estate of James Lowden. late of Urevard Sheet )luJi c. -tring"1011:1'' l'W* itni *61cordeons.

tie I'ittK.la! watury. a f'ntale rnhllit"ith l3u='.llolJ. The pro osed institution is to be county. deceased, are hereby requiredto and in fact.: nuT 101'r&Ctl.31as'. td:"f errs,
; i h.nti f I' that is made, and at ten ctuic
xtti'-A;: \t' Wi UI T c n bt) Santo the Hack Door. c
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ivhoiiv tiuder the control of The in- present them ((* piece
women. : properly authenticated r.l"te Catal/uel I bate 20 "'
i.y... < :. % of a pasMiig; sip.! and in a short Eiruc:>t':i given will be in tue form of lecture Tramp (politly)-Madam, will you be kind within the time prescribed by law. to Music at 10 (.('Dt"I.r c" y. *"* 0 books roots "f'b
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t:1'JP 1Tl't'l' s.' nuJcn on the island -. so as to give the women a chance total enough; to give me something;: to eat lion. Minor S. Jone County .JlIl1 e of Music at lo coats ir ci iy; ,.110 at t c "atsand. 3:
5 UU"
that t':.. -*rrU r. wt re fvrx-e to ulandnn it. I'm there isn't | Vocal and In-trenrnul :
Lady- a in the
thing rubl1.'ht
sorry
:'. aid county or to the undersigned, or I Cf'IIt.ny i lece cf ht-tt o.lbW: IJ 1st 11I *
It lr> ivii :ijiire t1 out by a statistical ot5eSl The other afternoon two chiefs of the house except: a crust, but if you want that; this notice will stand in bar of payment ; ., to.V> per cent below puMn-bf. I"('."1 c'Catalogue ca K*
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t.r: t'.K'rare :;1 criminals to every 1,000 Cmppewu I..diau> called: on President Cleveland you can have it. and also persons owing said estate are i pi'eea each. sheet moots zr. W

tn&1e ;.'...-, a...! only 11 criminals to every regarding; matters affecting their tribe. ". Trampwith a courtly bo7r>-If it is the requested to make immediate settlementwith ] ; Fl.l.

:,W+ IIJ'lrMl"Z men. From this showing he FJe.t Wolf and Hound-that-Bays are clean, t'.?per crat, madam, I will Le pleased to neeive '- the undersigned.MAKY. 1 A. B.' campbell, Jark.-cnviiU-

nrpK': that matrimony restrain men from i clear eyed Indian who talk good English.Titty ; : it; otherwise I hope you will jardon .\. LOWHEX. j! *v tn..

crime, and ought therefore to be encouraged I I weivjwrfactivates e in tae presence i nie if I dl'CinTkl Bits. 'Thi-23d of April. :1SSS. ;l-St t (Mention this paper: II J

liy legislation and otherwise. i I ..

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THE FLORIDA STAn THURSDAY, JUNE 7 1SSS. o I
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THE LATEST IN JEWELS. {i DAUGHTERS OF EVE. 1 WHAT THEY WEAR. TITOSYILLE BAKERY I I


rings are far and away the favorite Mrs. Garfield has an annual income of over
Marquise I Striped moire and grenadine, either blackor
20,000. white, is much chosen for watering place \Ya-!Ul1tl'n Avenue, near the Railroad ; S. H. RAY LV

For a plain ring dull gold iu rope pattern Mrs. Cleveland always brushes her pet dogs wear. ,
is stylish as anything. 1 I I herself. !t MRS. V. GAILER.Frtdt
is quite Perfumed linings for tea gowns: are among '
A miniature sky rocket, complete in every I The wife of Secretary Endicott is quite an i the newest developments of luxurious: I
latent novelty in scarf pins.A 1 amateur painter. '! fashion.A .
is the lift'nil marie al.lVc
detail, / ilnHy ;
Successor to J. C. Norwood and
rink, a black and a white pearl make a The Princess (Wales' favorite dish is '! fashionable wardrobe is now incomplete nntl ( ithi'vi nllkiml*: Cnktnrnf ; C3..y'I
in scarf and bonnet Yorkshire pudding. unless it includes fan .
combination a jeweled to match ; .1
fashionable nrrawNali llr'rl
.I1rriii1 flll'll "
An international conference of Quaker every toilet.

pins.A.shamrock of diamonds, with ruby center women is spoken of. Skirts grow indisputably wider, but onlyat *lnn' del if'f'. TITUSVILLE, FLA.Oen'I .

ornaments the outer side of a golden egg It is rumored that Mrs. George Gould the back; the front is still plain, or with a GIVE HER A CALL.

locket, wants to live in England.Mrs. few scant folds.A _u_ __._ _ _

Leif patterns in platinum and gold are Elizabeth Thompson, of Boston, stylish new handkerchief is: of sheer i C. J. :HECTOR:
ouch in favor for sleeve links among people spends: ;-JlJOO) a year in charity. : white cambric, with insertion and edge frill ,

of taste. Emma Abbott believes firmly that she will ; of black Chantilly lace. I

A four leaved clover of.seed pearls, with a l>e killed in a runaway accident. The perennial and useful serge gown becomes Hardware and

turtluo 5 stem, is a handsome design in bon- : prolonged visit there. :i!I a thing of style if ornamented with

The of Austria is profuse braiding.The Merchandise
stet pisA empress undergoing; a I
pretty lace pin consists of a crescent of course of Dr. Metzger's treatment at Amsterdam. best possible alleviation of a decolleto General Produce :t#

hammered: gold, withi.*. which lies a spray of corsage is yard after yard of illusion draped | t

enameled forget-me-nots. All toe eight bridemaids of the Princess of i i I high about the shoulders. E

A beautiful penholder is made of a hollow Wales are alive, married and none is After years of abeyance, the pretty fashionof STORE.

silver tube, the upper end of which turns divorced. wearing natural flowers in the hair is sanctioued >: MERCHANT. I

gracefully) into a script initialA Miss Susan B. Anthony never eats ice /high authorities.In Melbourne. Floiidu E

pink, a blue and a yellow daisy, on a cream, while Mrs. Elizabeth Cady Stanton is cotton goods for summer, checks and -- -- -- .
mottled silver background, combine into a : passionately fond of it. stripes of all widths appear, arid pink and

striking design; for boubonniert Mrs. :Mary: A. Judkins, who died recently : pale gray are leading colors. Geo. E. Chase,

In silver jewelry the rock finish, etched in in Portland, Me., was a native of the state in Small mantles of black embroidered cashmere I propee to keel

quaint designs, is rapidly superseding the which she died, and was born 117 years and or of sheer white muslin, can bo worn I Rl1in :hcnd1'ullil .
1
hammered patterns s>o long wore i seven months ago. with gowns of any material 1'

Three silver batons, with gold knobs, Mrs. Oscar Wilde is making green the only Braiding combined with embroidery, enriched VJlllillvllvl illoat A First-Class Stock

among which are set a diamond and a ruby, color of her garments. She has suits of half i, with beads, is very largely seen upon .
pattern in lace pins ; a dozen shades of the verdant hue, with bon- imported costumes of silk, velvet and wool. ;
make a pretty .
nets, hats, gloves and<< parasols to match j' Among the latest fashionable skirt and Vele' Supplies, all kinds
Neil and in enamel very j Patent _.lusherChains Hlocks :
SJIarechal moss roses on I ,
The crown princess of Sweden will finishes is a very wide hem, turned up on thoI 4i
Clouded silver surface, are dainty and stylish ulti'I'I t'ainaxs Galvanized WireHope -tll'GROCERIES-
designs for bracelets and brooches. mately inherit the large: fortune which outside and piped with gold or silver or col- all sizes' Tent, i )
grandfather, the Emperor William, bequeathed ored braid. Spruce Ladders, ,

Pencil point protectors of gold, richly to her mother, the grand duchess i Bodices with the side forms prolonged into Copper Paints, caPs, 1-2 sal**' 'II&'>. '

chased and incrusted with diamonds, are I of Raden. straight panels reaching: quite to the foot of Spar Varnish' ;:nl'!", 1.2 pal's' qt-' pts.'
among: the novelties recently pro ut'etl I the skirt Oils and Leads, all kll1d!'>.
Mrs. Mary Hurley, of San Francisco, is 105 are among the things threatened for ,
An enameled rose and bud, with diamond '! years old and without any one to care for the summer. F. W 1>>VOI': & UVS HEADY MIXED 1'AINTS. 1 t

center and stems of flexile gold, is the very her, having outlived all her family. Some Turned down collars, frills and collarettes, i In fad ae}tiling for l'nilding or Sailing lioatsHart's .

handsomest flower brooch of the season. I I I time ago: h*>r only son, aged: SO years, died, j along with ribbon and silk folds of various Klork, !)O East Ua)' St., ,

A small gold circle, set with turquoises and !|. and a few days ago: she lost her only remaining sorts, take the place of the upright neck gear ;,

pierced by a tiny arrow of dull gold, is a :, child, a daughter of 6'!. so long worn. I i i j.cIiSON1'ILI.F. rLt. 3 w

pleasing pattern for children's oar drops.A Actresses are especially noted for their A London tailor famous for street suits I i 1-- DRY GOODS

gold canoe, with oars beneath the fondness for lJ'ts. Sarah Bernhardt likes a lays down the law that to insure perfectnessot ludden & Bates' Southern Music House. ,, ;

thwarts and an anchor all ready forward, isa ti"t'r cat; Fanny D-iveiijtort used to fancy a fit along with ea.-o no waist must bo worn eaamesasatuav I t

scarf pin favored<< by the amateur yachts- !loll that she could dress; and undress; Rose under the jacket

mas. Coghlan loves babies, and Mrs. Laugtry likes '\ A pretty lace-cotton but costly-has been

horses and dogs.; As for Mrs. Potter, she is j brought out for the adornment of NOTIONS
i I gingham
A square knot in Roman gold and platinum : ,,
always in "a Iet" with her manager.: and cambric and is I
known to the
gowns,
having either a ruby or a diamond in j II
its center, is a handsome pattern in cuff but- )Ir-*. James Brown Potter is an expert I, trade as "white chantilly."

seamstress; :ind frequently made portions of j| Parisian corsages are still in the main very

tons.An artistic novelty in garter clasps is a 1 her own gown; Lei'ore her stage career enabled long waistod, but relieved bj- a broad ribbon 3Iciis Ladies A: 'hilch.t'u:

j I her to 1'lllpIOI'Tellch dressmakers.She folded and loosely tied at one side with
square: of jartly oxidized<< silver, in which long O 1 ..+ 0 .
i recently remarked! : "Tho southern woman ends falling down over the skirt.
sunk a dainty floral design in bright colored The Crent Whol.-salr Piano and Organ
enamels. i does not know us much about housekeeping Yoke waists grow more and more in favor, Di-pot ol U.rui.lii.: The lien Place tu bu);
: a- tho northern, but she generally and the French blouse The ('!icu.'!>1 i ;.iu- I.' hay : The Sstle.t1'laceu 'SaOES.: ::
with
fitted and
A gold crescent studded with diamonds, dug know how to sew, and doesn't think it lining l>uj. _I .;ilusNilii-ciil Record Or
jx'arls and sapphires, and in the center of 1 I deeply pointed yokes, will bo largely seen in .1(),<>H\t i'iauns uii munch of a feat to cut and make her own : yachting, boating and tennis costumes Hu ".... ..i.ire ti7i
which sits a griffin, is a unique Slattern in de. ;

scarf pins.A To modernize a plain coat sleeve either seta -:ANNAH, GA., NOV. 1st. lSi>7.Koom .

large central star of pearls and turquoises SCIENTIFIC SQUIBS. band of braid-gold, silver or bright silk- t'r the l'rtl'l.->sion. It's a long I

having a smaller similar star at the down the outer seam, or else cut out a V at i onir. It's lie.i l in Matvn, and rear in

apex of each ray, is a handsome design in i One pound of mercury converted into fulminate the wrist and fill in with a pun" of silk. S.ten! *kIi! :.'IIJ mile \\agonscontaininsj

garter clasps. is sufficient to charge 50,000 percussion j I In the London production of "La Pomp: I .40,01 I'ino and Organs sold by L. i"i B. : ::SATS
<. )1. II. M nee 1>;O.I .
cajis.Steel I k
An oblong: shaped cuff button much in I dour" Mrs. Beerbohm Tree wears a hoopskirt ,

favor has half its surface richly chased on a ; when hardened decreases in specific :! but so flexile and modest in girth that I Ar,'w.'itt anrst! Ccrtlilllr.: wearearurl.hnusedu .
bright gold ground, while the rest is plain insparkling gravity, contracts in length and increases it hardly mars her delightfully willowy I '\'., ;, ..t. 'I,, tl.h. We ,....ll Pianos al1l OrlZ'an'4IU. I
the
I oil i, ittii! nl Sf'I : v.;: 'Ia\ :m\L."Clldt.s antI
frosted<< bilver. in diameter. outline. I l't: .zeuent IK n..t ill th'1ea.t exa.rg.erated.I

There are twenty-two crematories in Eu- Among the multitude of
A unique pendant for 11 quoen chain is alady's : new jerseys one I Il.v luivove built s-uch an
rope, in which over 1,400 incinerations have of good black not too heavily braided and ever up
shopping bag in colored: goM. The I ini.Jen-i-tii! ? Ilycnterpriserogres ive : CLOTHING.
taken the
drawing: strings which dose its mouth are ; place during past year. ,, buttoned once over a vest of white pilot bi.tiucs rialtos anti dealing. Wef
An orange tree in the gardens of Versaillesis cloth commends itself both for and : tJllarc
continued to form the chain. elejrauco t '.. f.In ..... .
inches. wnr -- -- -
4oO years old. It was planted by Eleanorof r\"ice. ::.:e IInr purons our He J
A combination hat or jersey pin has a long: Castile in 1410. The :>r tll''l, take their into partnership, as it
new long spring mantles have
needle of dull gold, topped by a polishedmoonstone a lining veulivitle! pvotits and artually give them /
Tho fabric known as Chinese grass cloth is that exactly matches the shade of tho outside
toward which a gold spider, with made from the fiber of nettles. Tho cloth is and one of them is laid in plaits suggestiveof i/w"> tha.i thfir 'nonet/s vorlh.O.i .
moonstone body is ( t'ut"s Fiirnisliiiii (i droll
:
c-rau ling. ,
Peculiarly glossy and transparent, and as a waistcoat in front, and fastens far to the : !on'I' Casual. "iir .sjH>t ('.:-h. our lf: -tint'e.irit'

A handsome gold watch case l>oars a. belting for machinery has double the strength left side. ,t.:' : 1.1.,1 ii"! .aIl''..tI'r.:is blly'i-.nerhri.I.Jt''' aikd thl: \\t"In uqf. I

"swirl" pattern starting from a central sap- !; of leather In the combination suits of plaid and plain fr't'...'.. lit un
phira. Each ray of the S\virl" alternately I A new method of deadening floors is to fill stuff, the plain does not necessarily echo the Fan ana Winter/ Bargains 1887-88 I Iiumm'r'lo..in"ut .\ 1.0CROCKERY
holds at the end a diamond and a supphim hues of the ;
I i the space between a floor aud tho ceiling below i, plaid; blue and white appearing II I
\Viirrroomirrcwded
An "electric light" scarf pin represents the with shavings made incombustible by over skirts of black and black and gold over !- with !"iullt'rbc.Nnte: .o\er.\>' Instruments.liiiineiise .-

tlobe by a spherical moonstone, the wires by saturating them in thick whitewash. It is ,. gobelin blue. iuiri'liase-4 dlrtrl fro l'.i..IO rls-H. GLASSWARE

thin oxidized silver bars and the tale by the said that this shuts out tho bound: more effectually The Chuddah shawl readily takes on the I lirentrr\\ inter, lS Juririins,>7-nS. than ever, for. nil sad ,

pin, which but partly enters tho scarf. < than cement I long folds and sweeping line of new drapery, .....-c.Y'iilw

A dL"kIf Roman gold nearly two inches I Electric rifles are the latest. Instead of : and a pair of them will sutlice for a costumeat Not mlaoetl prig s an.I( p'M.rir instruinstruments ;
much less than Iac'mitlrtlt the ,ltlllt I"w JI'ires drill II t(. r L '
: cost similar material
I in duiitt'UT, and chased<< in semblance of alii- the ordinary percussion firing device a dry
gator skits is for chloride of silver battery and a primary coil > bought by tho yard.It lirt'aG''r xalt.e f r tn"! n ''' HARDWARE
a peculiar pendant a genj j ,
tinman's we.:ch when worn in the fob i>ocket. : will, so it was lately stated<< before the American ;, is prophesied that society will open its Of our 11l\H.t-pril',1, 1 Instri"en's' tl.'s isBpei .
institute, fire the rifle 25,000 times without j eyes over new summer dances, as the abolition Lilly tl'l...'. They :-re vast y impt'd|
A dainty knife edge bracelet hours six delicately !i ]lard lto Ucri!, r
recharging. : of the train has made possible steps and antI we are pmu.l of Itm. 1

distances chased buttercups mounted at'equal I Asbestos is being used as a covering for stepping whose like has not been even siu'h bargains;: : piper but we'll try. i AND
each flower holding ni Q dewdrop
dreamed of heretofore.
differently locomotive boilers and domes. It is claimed S2IO P1.11I.I.ir:" K'Z' la; t r colored stone. i
;
OCt
I that it is not necessary to remove it when tho :, "Racing costumes" are being made up for t'at'.fnlls":! CUMoarvrd...ar.'traar.kut K-'s. .trrwretn"... \r :i IbI"It..tnlUt'litI ; !nth..vntt j
A unique brooch represents in varicolored i boiler requires repairs as the leak easily many of our belles, and usually of fino clothor I \'. )' vv.i.x.a r'niiii\ ,IctfufK: I'l'.-.'?"t.".l.etiilinii-.tr-i i
gold; > the Tam o' JShanter cap now so (fash I shows through: it and a piece can be cut out, : flannel, plain but perfectly fitted, with cdoo\i r.'lar-i.tnct..r.l..u..iL b? LnUir..i./*'/"". !, Ship Chandlery Goods.

ionable. The rakish plume which adorns it tho leak repaired and replastered. It is better leather collar and girdle fastened with oxidized OfK) ; ill-z': 1'f.1\O.Lanfuli'arlrF'r it.-li: ri :ovo-kl IUM Jjitt: ?-'->Jo. |

handsomely embellished with ti.y stones ; than wood and also fireproof. silver buck1 .-New York Commercial (J'II'l'.1'"- tr:.-M'+. .\ f-voiite ..t; le. Iniu.uua* i i ifAL
Ontlit nj'lJo..
In sleeve links a combination of the swirl : According to Dr. Uowship Dickinson a :, Advertiser. .'t t :i OU\\-:; : sets r..+ .1". l' v.. ',
nd the .'< rn.uut.ut.d au.ll l.III'l l, with
llirilliii AiUeiituren with the Indians. -. mare ra k
and on a Roman gold ground, starting from symptom.: To some persons it is normal to t>t<*>!. iii'truotur. mu"ic Ivxik. and t.riOril -<;"' /.uol.
either a Cape ruby or a grveu garnet, is I have a clean tongue, and to others equally Omaha D.1InE'You han'Un..] in the west S<>.> OKJiAN.: r ur arts K". \.. T -n i i
many years roll save 'MintFt. i>->. }:.'.I1.tiffd:0..1'. A >m>-t d.airt I ILI..l'.1rl.r *
unique and handsome. normal to have a coated tongue, so that it is tluLen .o. TIiocvill be the main features 01 inbtt'ine \
; ; = Or-Mii.. Couiitt.ti* a : i|
Domestic- 'Ye< ma'am I crossed the plains
impossible to fix any degree or limit of coating I! ,. of 't4da
J..1/" la tr!,fjt'', )"rr1 .ur. 17;' fHlrn' # ;
: as a necessary accompaniment to perfect with a family oars asf but order sent me for:1Oy-
RELIGIOUS GLEANINGS.There health. :|: Indians. They was a lazy lot o' vagabond -
I ; and made me do all the rooking; for Immense StotI: from WnrW's ilea I Irakl'r" thing kept in anymore in Titus-
are somo fifty colored delegates to ; A new and curious alloy is produced by Vm. ) tu suit all tastes anti l pr.-<-s. Over j joiHJ

j the Methodist general conference now in placing on a clean crucible an ounce of cop- "Dear me.' How did you es(':n>er iliJlerent :s-tvles, to i h'o {frlll. yule will be promptly filled. f
le6&ion. }>er and an ounce of antimony and fusing I fi
"I didn't
escai-e ma'am, as long as therewaoneof .
I j them by a strong heat The compound will 1'1 \_ ()"_-('} vr'rv..iLv.an i llar'1:!. l i
The average: rate of baptisms in the Pro- I be hard and of beautiful voilet hue. Thisalloy I the tribe alive, but at last then 31iilliusli, Ilrntrls.ii, >-!Ol) 'I' St." 'rw. ,
t Cant churches of Japan is about 400 a a was none left and I got away." ()It/.t\.>. fason ky IZu..;.;.:. iVki.. ;
month has not yet been applied to any usaf ulpurpose "Were: they killed by the soldiers. I 11ft y Mate, S-: 1 !'> s*.;O. ,
but its excellent qualities, independent ;- I
"No ma'a l. The agency doctor in vihnsc Frrni 3 I I
The Kasiest Terns ever )Iu-utl of. >
Salvation
Army conducts 0,100 proU"l'klr of its color, entitle it to consid !
trans through the streets of tho eratiou. family I worked afterward saM as how he to ?:10, until monthly, will secure an Will Fmits Chickeas
buy Eggs
t British thought t h..')" died of tlY llt"llSiL Omaha InotrulUeut. \
kingdom Elegant ,
or an of 1,300
average per A German company has patented a process I I World.
day. -- !
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for producing surface colorations upon articles I One i rite to all Thit'-nr wa ". fries marked
ho of tho Universalist churches of Maine made of copper, zinc or brass Upon A DinVit-iit Khmer. in I'lam n_umoit'-arhii.' tnin.> nta'jiJinatle ",Ievut'nn
". etkr > 1e'I, Or Produce customer
t" aiv V char' ?'" 11:1''' IH i r.ny Country my '
are prwdded over by women. Tho Rev. Miss the first named metal it is possible to developall When first I. N>:ked on Chloe face, i iI

f mes preaches at Skowhegan,and the It ,-. the colors of the rainbow, and upon zinc How. fair to uie it tit-'t."m..l: prig.r I: or Friends may bring
lily Angell holds forth at Norway. the coating is formed of such thickness as to Sh< smiled; what innocence what graceAt print and exactly! '1"< reprt'-entel Full 'nfonaatir j'

The Rev. permit of chasing the surface. The most once upon me btaated' >n given in ciroalarx Letter carefully an*. *er- 'I to market.
Edward Judson announces that is.-ipil nile ntf
tdParies li\n':1 Ih >' run hny
he kiss important application of this invention seemsto With the rich tint that health bestows
received I .. -a\disiah.. hrve-firtirtiis
in money and subscriptions, )Just n" well < if ;
1 wunUng value of for the be in the imitation of antique bronze, the lIt T fair cheeks: were aglow; I I of our entire t wale is ii',ce J y (1irreaa'n'lree.
present
) new Adomram property, results in this direction being very satisfac- She looked so fre>h. so like a roseI .. .
Judson memorial $1140 r.-r.' ;O F.aa..e : I
over ,- Killed her l:1'fT..1fJr.: f' :
of tory, both in the matter of durability and "Jaeq-ieininot. .. '. .
the f:ijo00 asked for. 1: In.-- 'I'"''' I. '"' H) an-i r..r rlrat.
.
.
1A One of the resemblance. I wooed' her. thought success was sure. :.,:,' '.r :.' I; ":/;, ;.r.. .'irt'arr. ;: !' ,,
; delegates to the Methodist "
Epic I ask for share of the
The "Wliito Ribbon" army, of which more <( ;.0 r0tk SPw conference, now being held in New than 2oOXX, ) women are members throughoutthe The raid discovered I was poor LUDDEN&8ATES

+ is Mrs Mary C. Ninde head Qtho world, had an humble origin in Hills- \tJ.f Uifii stir mitten me. and come a* a applicant, not a
HSion work SOUTHERN MUSIC H L'SE.' SAVANNAr. GA.
j of Minnesota and t
' an evangel-
ita boro 0. some fifteen when a little
*preacher. years ago She inarried Jonem a month a-O.. dictator for favor
She has a daughter who is a band of women, led by Mrs. Judge: Joaes. wealthy, tithe.-"td. oM: I ISo ; asking your

Ifl r" 4 aary wax in Foe Chow, China. Her bus- Thompson, knelt in-the snow before the sa- more I call her JacquenuDot: I A HEW\ USEFUL DIGRESSION If courteous trrot lt'Dtood
le a soldier under Grant loons of the town and besought their ownersto I call Lr auin?"old. -Uo,,ton t.ouri..r.I I

I a- V Professor Hertonier's picture of the late abandon them. I good* ami low figured: i...

Crack will lw exhibited at the next Rev. Antoinette Brown Blackwell was theIrst i The Fouls of Kun>i>e. I hiv" added tn m> ftixkif Wati-lif*. Clo<-L..
0t. Academy in }'l.1t..1 Ware. Jearlrv' etc : a cenildett- hue ot fiu for
London. the candidate
J J The author of "John woman in the United States to Omaha Dame-I suppose you traveled allover
t.e **" preparefor 11y1.,11.111: "-. a flue trade of l'uar. Iart"ttt1: 0-
: jrJJ. sat for the artist shortly before her and regularly enter the ministry. She Europe? b'uc laud riis. : a oollrctiou of Fancy jowls, Toys.
P. The grave aged, gentle lady is do- resides at Elizabeth, N. J., and her age is Returned Tourist, -Very nearly; the fart \IIon" and Florida Curiosities yood stock of ; public favor,

11S 11of **With that calm and simple dignity of not generally known, though she doubtless i-. I became disgusted and returned"t before my Jtationery"scisMjns and" au assortment pocket: and of table Caudy Cutlery and Confectionery lbIU \. :' then I'm
1
which was so peculiarly her charm toIl Looks much younger than she is. She graduated : projected tour was completed."Disgusted };di* >lded, the above At inv New xtoreVasli- ,, I
at Oberlin college and was the" object of with Euro]**.*" Intnu Avenue, TitusUlle. you are respectfully I] ekcte(1.Your .
!Of, the 17,743 Fijians inhabiting the Fiji. much curiosity and opposition when she tlrst "Yes. Wherever I went eople asked me invited to call and e\aiaine the same to .t1.1) :,
; onr t'lr as tl price and quality whether you buy
)
more nil sort of about Niagara Falls
questions
than nine-tenths attend church her career. .
vgan or not WATCH l EP.\1m\(j.SPll"I.LTY. i,i
fair regularity; where fifty years since ; the Mammoth Cave:, the Yosemite Valley, Latest proved Instruments and Tool, and 'JO: I|i
t anxious '
Jk was not a single Christian today A Difference. 1 the Rocky Mountains, the Thousand I..imn'Isalit years' practical I.erit'nce iu the watch and jewelry ?, to pll'lI -t .
',CI e b 1 bu.. uesA. I shall no pam,.taVing to please! a*
not a single avowed heathen all the It is a fatal paradox dear knows what nil and just because I spare I
;
.t Fiji ; I to articles and prices or llepairin. and sore: TO
18 4Ud'en are in the schools the schools Young Jones will ever rave about couldn't answer them thefo ,thought I was TBost.E.
; :MERIT \ FAIR SHAKE OF YOrK ;
churches "Tw&lI.-tti"'s, smile that towed hint in, i London u.ivl"uturerOm.ha"Iritl
a
havo 8. R.ay.
Le temples wholly displaced thO'en IIer father's foot that tOt.Lim out. U'. ( ( KKAXMXG. ,.

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: 4 THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1SSS.

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THE FLORIDA STAR. of our county and our large area of lands Monthly. Meteorological Smmmirj I' NEWS FROM WASHINGTON r Cleveland repliel that -$!hw.UI i h, .,*tpo ,
of the month i-f ) if the preside decided *' t
Titn-Mlle Fla. during fay.l to
of all kind: both rich and poor,and high *" s. aerept.

I'lILI-IIF.I> EVERY TJll"I: I>A Y. ; and low, afford especial advantage for : Kf-toring: I'uhlir lj nU
ffTRSlf'HEO BT THE r. *. -ti.NAL OFFICE GEN. SHERIDAN'S ILLNESS AWAKENS I WASHINGTON. June i \
'a ELLIS B WAGER Editor and Publisher. fruit growing, vegetable-farming and -------- THE CRANKS. pared at the intent ,department stag:zknt lh

tock-rai-ing, etc. In no part of the since )March, !*-.->, "O.bC'O.urw:' 1h ttu

$1.5o prr ,4I1IUII1I. State can truck farming be carried on Dm.- fji; ( of Them Seem Ut"t"plIntt"r..tf'tlln have been restored to the pnbhc ,lotna.n?t. leaf* .
j ---- -- -- --- --- ------- = Iii Diary that the recovery of 1-IO.lGi; ) a'r,, Tf
than in this
j z Entered at Mr Pot Ojffi<.? at Tttutrillt a* I ISrr'fJI more uccefully county, the General's 'f'lfare-\ Sensation within railroad grants hive bn sec I

I I -('la9 Matter. and the larger thee products are grown .... .-: Caused in the House of Congress hy Congressman mends 1 for restoration. oQ

---- - -- ------ in quantity for market, the more successful : .
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.\ 'ji\ut Hone inch In pace; :21 -quaresmake ': 1........................... .). .!tmti ,-I &t.. li ...... Taulbee-Other Item OREIGNINTELLIGE\C,.
f a column. and remunerative will be the return. III :? .......................... :9.tlti! I ,3 ,"'l412...... WASHINGTON, June i Since the illness of Kinperur l).,m IVdn. I> .

ForiuIvcrtMnrates: .enquire of the Editor I To this end we want actual settlers to ::1 .......................... 311.me:;, 71 SImS ...... Gen. Sheridan became generally known Other able OlMtrhr lpgrrl.l. ,, -

1, lwayMM.IOMIIJ: two centtain p. II come among u- to buy our land and till : -t........................... :11.13: i. su t.) tu.02 throughout the> country and the physicians LONDON, Juno 4.-Telegramsr.u%

TnKSTAiii-i OFFICIAL newspaper' the To help in thi 5........................... So.HiG 71i; 1I1 liI; ...... bulletins have been issued, the mail of the .'Outirm"hat has already l-n :' M..&",\
ground. purpose -
for Brevard countv.The i ........................... :;I1,1" 7G 7.';; i3...... attending doctors has largely increased. Emperor Dora l't.t.lrll's illness* i, a' .-ir-i aw i.. r Ill.\:;

G Star ha* the Larur-t circulationof : IJrevard county expected to raise 7........................ ... So.1G 71i; 7 9 il ..... With each incoming train great bundles f curable diabetes, anti that Uraza s !' : f ra

an)' paper on the I"a-tcoa-t of I'la. 81- '.29 1 to help the Mate Immigration <........................... u.Oei; 7"> 7G 71 m'.(!,,,: letters have been received by the doctors not Inns to live. He appears ,tr n."r 11or ft--}

j < T0i\.-- I A- ociation in its work. 9 i I........................ ... 2!fl.11 71 7-I'ii' 0.7-1 from all sections of the country and from all time to tmv\ but this tempra-\ s'r,':i.nk'm

TI1T TON ILLL OFI"ICIJlJ'Ia : DIKL Let us not be behind the other l'Oun-1 I 10.() .......................... :2t'.i; ? ;.' Ii": fI.l.. sorts of people. The (crank perhaps, pre due to the frH-uenrinjeftn.us ..f ,"it!-., **."!

I i: 11..... ..................... :?f15, i i ....1' G):) ...ft dominates.Dr. the strychnine which are th" ny: 1IUl.* |
I ..1)) <:\ }or--H fteorjre. F Atkinson D Rnmpli3erk ': tie in our Mate in raising this amount. l:..... ..................... 2 /UIO1.1' tip: 0.1.) OReilly has received the :greatest: allevi:ituij; his nani, and arr-s',;: t:," r'Hgress

Marthal and Tax f"olle.tor-T. W. mitlj. If we are, we will not be alive to our own lL......................... :?.1 I.:; 974 79 G7 ...... number of letters. They all bear upon the of the disease. Each rt'l..t.tl"u lOt tee

.\8>es.or--S s.F.II.orayAldermen Kay.. II P. 1'addibou. I'. I* tJaul- I I' interests. and will lose that enviablelittle : 11........................... 29.97 I 7.") ,':? Iii, ...... treatment of Gen. Sheridan and most of methyl weakens of the relieving effect of: the the dru p\tl'nt.and! h"..wer

.1..D. J. M I'ixon. I. H Rilo i "' compliment which wa paid u* last fall i1:1: ........................... : O.ltiU/Iml) ; ...... them have tendered advice. The patent these %ill cease to do him ? .,{I.? n rr.i
Town Council inert tecond; Thnrsda night of each :0.10 7m Ii 2 G':? ...... medicine recommends his nostrums as a army
iIIL....... ......"......".. :: man It is impossible for
r : month. 0-- for actingo promptly when the di1hrent i 17........................... 30.12$;' M G7; ...... I sure cure for heart disease anJ the good: old tinue long: wi this manner the for empr his ">r t,> o-J ;

i. :4 CHl'KCHLSFirrtPrwbytenanCbnrib : I counties were invited to participate in I IS........ ................. :;II.n 7G; 79! G4 m; ...... granny in the country suggests some herbs nerves are already affected It train ttl-
t line street west rfWadiinnton Jack-on- 19) ... ... 3ooG7G.;,.2 mitt ...... I which she declares to be infallible Scores' i> fret :
m"\fc Service Sun.riv at 11 the Sub-Tropical Expedition at ..... ........ ... .. his death would hasten: the: trLsew ,.
iue every : t
a. m and 7:30 p. in Smulu School 9-30 a. m. I ville. :20........................... 29.9G7-V-OG4; ;( I 1.:?:? :, of physicians of both schools have sent prescriptions imminent in Brazil 0\\in,,.- to the s

I'rajer Mien nc ,very VVdu.-Jay evening' at ::.:11.l. 21........ ......... ....... 29.-7 7G XG.: .' ...... for the doctors guidance and one tion of the slave, and would strmsecession ,t"111411"1.: !
Past .\llarerordullv united.SOMC -- fledgling of a physician who has just : tt-
s It'Jobn! Foy. < o 2................. ......... ..i. ,:? 7Ii; II.-l, young movement, which is 1"111"; a 1al"t1
4 :M.\ j Distribution of Tabors.Fiom 23.: .. ........."".......... .:?!I.>;:!) 7G!Sri i l f,4 ...... I emerged from the portals of and the conduct Jis- >tin; in some disvitisfi parts .,f the empire. hI.:

Indian Inner Lodee. }'. !>. A.1.. ineet month.J. the. Fri lie Jaconvtlle M'tinjioU 24..... .........".......... .:?! s.I'!): ; :; ...... room, offers to take of the the letters case of critical it I I It which will never be launched while: Ita
daye on fir prior to full moon every properly. Many are a
MFNDfU S.>0. A. A STEWART, W. M 2.>........................... 29ji"! i;> Si G") ) ...... character and show that the writers have : Pedro is hm<. __

I The result of the Democratic Convention :?t;........................... ':? I.I! 'jS! :? IIi: ...... profound confidence in themselves, if not iuI I Lord Lansdowne In IrrUn.l.

t THERE is hardly the probability of a I is now before the people of Floridafor 27........... ................ :"29.9G77! :M GG..... the ability of the attending physicians. I LONDON, June .1.-1.01'11 UnsiOHne tae

1 their ratification or rejection. The 2."................ ........ ... 21.1.! ; 71! r:; ,-1...... I !: arrived Movilk Ireland, from Canny
doubt but that the National Democratic Sheridan General.
29.......................... :3O,1m3(>: 79! *2 ,-1 ...... Appointed i He is in excellent health. In AH intt'tvln
Convention at M. Louis to-day nominate ticket in its entirety is not a* strong a* it :SO;m .... .................... ... 30.0G79( :*:,,71 ...... WASHINGTON, June 2.-The president he said that he was delighted:; exrh-uvj!
President and Mr. might have been made, and objection- signed the bill reviving the rank of general i salutions with Lord Stanley, the
Mr. Cle\eland for 31..9.t'1:: 77S 272 .. ... in the United States army at ten minutes : nw hO'

Thurman for Vice-Pre-ident. Our columns various kinds will be raied to it. Already Snllllllln,'. past 2 o'clock, and immediately sent the : ernor general of Canada who MtUi fl'lJlD
Moville Lord L-uistlrnvne.
as th. !late
I next week will contain a very full we hear some murmuring: as to Mean barometer, :S0.009.! I nomination of Philip Henry Sheridan for I bent arrive Lord Lansdowne incua
the sectional One think highest barometer, S0.20: on the 7th. : the position to the senate. He confirmed the "IUt theta
va-taemblageof delegates. apportionment. was deeply moved by the warmth of tb
reportof Lowest barometer. 21>I..7'i: on the 10th. appointment. *
this action of the State much demonstrations made in Uu honor when
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Senators and Marsden called at
Monthly of barometer A,. Hawley
range I I left Ottawa and Toronto He had. he
IH'VAL haying captured the recognition in the of candidates ) Gen. Sheridan's residence during the after- 4414
county way Mean temperature, 7.i..3o.: great hopes for th*! future of the Domiiuoa
nomination of Governor for one of herons and another thinks that section did not Highest temperature, S-.Oon the 24th. noon and handed to Mrs. Sheridan the general's j owing to the vast harvests grown 111 tkc

i Convention i Whether there i is Lowe temperature, ''i;:?." on the lt i commission as general of the army. northwest.
the State now not
( at get enough. or The text of the Sheridan bill which became _
2G.o.
turning her attention to securing the cause for !Ouch complaint we leave the Monthly ware of temperature, a law to-day is as follows: : Merlin Iipatrhes
Greatest daily of temperature,
( and range "Be it enacted, etc., that the grade of BERLIN. June 4.-The emperor dined with
nomination for Congre;, name as reader to judge. 2".:?.
lieutenant general of the army is hereby discontinued I a good appetite. !!' slept for two boon
hcrcandidate John Earle Hartridge, E-q First, the president and secretary of Least daily of temperature, o.O.
range and is merged in the grade of after arriving at Pnt*lam, ail later! well!
South Florida may have something to the Convention were both from the same Mean daily range of temperature, 14.'>. general of the United States, which grade I in the park. Although he seems jrnewti

about that. Duval might well be county. The Governor and Superintendent Mean daily dew point, 9.0.) ( I shall continue during: the life-time of the depressed he is in generally :..atl..tl111tspiri
say Mean daily relative humidity, M.7. I present lieutenant general, after which such .
satisfied with her hare already obtained. of Public Instruction came from the l'revailing direction ot Wind:. E. I grade shall cease; and the president of the The enforcing of the German front.t'r rub

What do we hear from Orange; and Marion same county. The Supreme Court Total movement of wind, Slag mile United States is hereby authorized to appoint have been commenced and are being vigor-

couniie.STATE ? I Judges are of different sections of the Highet velocity of wind and direc- I with the advice and consent of the ou ly prosecutt Yestenlay a number oftraelers
.q senate, a general of__ the army of__ the___ United whofe ytene-c were .irrwnW. ,inUUU ..u...( _
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State. The Comptroller is from the Total precipitation, 292inclu.*. I States."Section. turned kick and refused entrance upoa In*

IMMIGRATION ,1SS0'IATIOX. same county a:; the President, a-is i alo umber of days on which .01 inch or 2.-That the pay anal al- man soil. The direct trains from Pam

the Commi-ioner of Land* and Agriculture. more of rain fell, -. II lowances of the general be the same as heretofore German points:: are almost empty lit pirsenders.

4l The :add('- of Col. Daniel, president The Treasurer is from a count Number of clear days. I;. allowed for that grade." ,1 : --

of the tate Immigration Association, Number of fair day, 1G.; I Still Not Confirmed. Crime and ('a'911111I1n.'
) ; from which no other i is !selected, and ha,
immediate action to out the umber of cloudy"\ -, 2. WASHINGTON, June 2.-The St'nate'Om. A negro farm hind wa drag e-l I t,.ties
i urges carry heretofore, had little recognition from H. 15. HIU>IY, Observer) mittee on judiciary again considered the ap- by a mule, near Paducah, Ky.

purpose of the association. the party. The Secretary of Mate i is the ---- pointment of Mr. Fuller to the chief justice Unknowns assassinated James Mi IVjwgJ

i III commenting this add re-, which only representative from this county. TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES. ship. No conclusion was reached owing tc near Childersburg" Ala.
column the fact that information called for from the A fieddler named Silverton wo.munlrd
be found in another we
will ,
The four elector with l"n'.h. Crisp leanings of Recent Note-
' I one exception, clerk of the court at Chicago bad not arrived by a miner at Cap"rton'a..
the following remarks in referenceto north,' Happenings and Kients.
quote are from various countie-: I One Italian kicked another to tllzth IDa

the State from the rernamlina Mirror The geographical diviion of the state A iiuml. 'r of l.'oltlr"III jvople! iiiGeoigia: II Mr Dunlevy, a citizen of Chicago, has quarrel over a game of poker in IJrookJjn:
read follows lashed a man almost to death for pretending preferred charges against Mr Fuller to the Two boys, each abort fifteen cram 5U,
which
: may thus be umnud up with re-pect to to {tosses a divine nature. He was a white j effect that about 1-M the latter am*, the named<< Lenme Johnsuu and henry Halbbffj

"Florida ithe largest in extent of nominationWet i -. man, but had stained his lace, h:uuls awl I. clerk of the court were jury cornmissiefners, while playing in the oat-bin of an elttYw

any :State eat of the )Ii :,i h:-ippi, and it Florida i* awarded the palm and hair so as to pass for a n;: ro. and that Fuller assisted in the selection) of a at Orton, Ill.. were smothered toueatb.
of The select committee of the hoiis mv-esti- jury which he, at the time, had on the docket At White Bend Hill Chickasaw Salsa
has a population p'rhapIonOOO. Jackson county the lion--hare. Maxwell gatmj the Reading; strike, will pio-tosea for the recovery of lands in Indiana, and I Michael Flynn tried to induce his wife, 11"!

There ino portion of the United State :Supreme Court Judire, Barnes, plan to regulate railroad strikt" that the jury returned verdict in his favor. had left him, to return and on her refa

which will maintain as large a population Comptroller, Wombvvell, Commi ioner There is no foundation for the rumor that The committee on judiciary requested the shot h-'r. lie then shot himself throughly
mile Florida. Our Indian troubles are threatened: at Oelnchs, clerk of the court to make a transcript of the heart.
to the square as of Land and Agriculture, and McKinne, Dak. The Indian agent at Pine Ridge re-
records if true that Fuller
showing was on Mary Cita, wife of an Italian -x-dllT. a:
+ productions require but a small area, and Campbell Elector all of Jack-on: ports erythmg quiet. of the commissioners who selected the jury Kansas City. Mo, was stabbed: tn the hrt

and arc ,'une1en- d. Five acreof the first and the lat. The Amalgamated Association of Iron and that tried his case. with a butcher-knife by JosepLitie Conda
county except
Steel Workers of the United
Sates have
door
next and iilist
neighbor
m taiuiy
orange or jteach tree afford a competence, Middle Florida has Kaney, A* ociateJutice joiue-I the American Protective Tariff The Indians Not to HI ame. I Thomas C. Crobert his sun John, a{<

an acre of strawberries give an income of the Supreme Court ; Craw- league WASHINGTON June 2.-raj. Gen. Crook 1 twelve, and Henry C. Nevernian! of Detrot

which will support a family. The na- ford, Secretary of State ; Lamar, Attorney Republican Judge Spencer: of New Lexington I has telegraphed to the adjutant general that were out sailing on the river A t ptL
forward General. 0., believes that the fl.mer that the Ind'anare not to blame for the recent I struck their craft anti father and son wen
climate brings -
ture of our vegetation bloom in the spring have to do southern Dakota. .
lama Florida has Fleming! Governor ; something scare in drowuod.Engineers.
rapidly, and two cropat leatcan I I Pons, Trea-urer ; and Palmer, Elector. with the political case. They are loading I The following is a copy of the dispatch: :; of the Tennessee Steel and Ira

be raised off the -ame land. I Ire South Florida has Mitchell, Associate: down an Andrew Jackson crab-apple tree "CHICAGO. Ill., :May 31. company while surveying; in Wise couaft.
,I that refuses to blossom except when the o. "To Adjutant General of the ArmyCash tta
g Va. attacked of men in
were
"\ need population. There are Jutice ; and Buford, Elector.It by a body
is to l>e defeated in the state ington:
p. bushes and two of the kmed. Both thi
wouldeem if the section that party
dred- of thousands in the hUll-I IS A smallpox scare jieivades, J.t.; Paul, "Lieut. Stevens who went to Oelricho settlersand the company claim the last
clamored loude-t for and
the
would becomeettler recognition Minn. and a number of people have beenvaecinate.d from Robinson to investigate telegraphsthat
tate- who Jew )Martin an old fit Aap
which the the least grocer
cats largest vote got during the few Sheriff who went out on the 2Uth antireturned
; past day
Florida if they were apprised of its ad I favors while the section which kept The senate Las passed the bill to revive the on the 13th: concluded the Indiansnot Ga.a..* killed Sunday by WtlltamSl la"

vantageWe: mint fir-t, by impartial, quiet and cast the mallet vote got the grade of general of the arm). to blame for the scare which seem to Knight, WHS devoted hu to Mrs. Martin.aroundti an<
was oojeotion to
truthful -tatement-, excite an interest in mo-t The middle and ea-t: are about The Chicago;: council adopted an ordinance have been started by a settler named Bark- house that caused the presence tight Jlarttawa
equally divided. proMdmg; that no license shall be granted tokef'p dale, who has left the country. The excitement wh1*
Florida and then arrange to bring out kicked and stamped in the stomach
---- a saloon, not already located, within has died out. GEORGE CKOOK
U" dieda'hours
Mrs. Martin lookin
was on.
for personal examination per-on who .'Our (' "."etc. 110 feet of a church or school or in residence _"Major General." after. ;

are con-idering the question of comin EDITOR blocks without the consent of two-thirds of .\. Land DecUinnWAHINGTOV i CharleEunes and David Lively wen
DEAR MR. Were all
our girls the property owners in said block <
If wo couldhow the Northern people June 2.-In the case of arrested for settin; ; fire to a numx'c!
ed of the determined of Hair is worth $l5 a handful in Louisville. .
po:-!"e :oi pirit your count
houses ail tobacco barns in Monroe
Roeschlaub vs. the Union Pacific Railway
Florida in May and June they would Mrs Ida Stoves was assessed that much for I
I fair correspondent, "a widow, the above company involving: lands in the Denver West Virginia.
better than snatching one grab from the head of her b '
much
have appreciation
momentou question would re-olve itself hated rival, Mrs Grossman. (Colorado) Land district, the sfcretiry of JackL.ldle: a miner, was crushed fcj
they would have in the winter months.In the interior has decided in favor of Roesch- ing slate at Loalburg, W. Va.
into "what will dothem-ehe-f for More than
million
they six copies of various that Dan Crawford in ht of +yct'PIJhis
what laub, holding pending the It'Ctiln"by a
January they IlIl'rdy'rif when a. young, prepo-e: ing,accomplished tariff speeches have been ordered by con- a railroad company of a tract in its nv al's head into mince meat with aJJ**.

they knew rorc-that our winter climate and rich daughter of Eve really de gi es-men for distribution among their constituents granted limits, which was excepted from its near Memphis Tenn.Serg ..
and before the *
i- mild and pica-ant ; but in May session closes it la grant an entry may be made of the tract, tmnt Porter"ebst'r was kiU-J
and June tl1l'Yl the rapidity of vegetable voteherelf to any special task, and that expected that at least fifteen million copies and that the rights of a purchaser of the Topeka, Kan., by private David Semo*
I will be sent out. About
task the subjugation! of some unlucky (?) eight hundred tract from the railroad company are defeated -
growth they witne- the value : thousand conies of William L. Scott's speech Personal.
;
member of the -terner -exhe I under the act of March 3, l--b7, by a *
rarely
and extent of our truck farming ; they have been ordered and SOO.uOO of Speaker settler who settled at any time subsequent to Dr. John S Foley, of St. Martin rbnr
and fails to bring down her game, and, when Carlisle's. On the Republican side the demand Dt -mber. lvi: Baltimore, !, has l eert al'P'JlnteJ lam *
realize that our -pring -ummer
: aided by the delightful climate of Florida for McKmley's is greatest. Nearly Dgtrcit.
months are not oppre :ive. and they can every representative' who has delivered or >ot Hound to Any Party. James C. Flood, accompanied by *:!o

live comfortably l in Florida as at the little short of a miracle or a prior had a speech printed has ordered from 3,000 WASHINGTON, June 2.-Somethin; approaching Flood and Miss Jennie, has left San rr J

attachment could save a poor bachelor I to 5.000 copies for home consumption. a sensation was caused in the Cisco for the toast, en route for Earof
the mouths.The .
North in Simmer from becoming a far ttM) willing victim. Mrs Theresa Zoms, of Pupley, 0., got a house yesterday when Mr. Taulbee. of Ken the benefit of his health wi
great drawback to the rapid settlement divorce and married another man the same tucky (Democratic), announced" that he desired They say again that Secretary Bayard
Are there in truth
of Florida is the impression no marrying men dav to give notice that he did not proposeto I resign 11

on the Indian River, or i is the advice of William Meitlar, of Seymour, Ind, was be bound by party caucus. At the proper Mollie Garfield will be married! Ju: .I
largely prevailing that we have hot and :\[Weller to 'beware of vidders-Sam- killed by lightning; ; and while attendinghis i I time he would move an amendment to the He brother will be married the bam* 7

unhealthyummer-. It i i- true that ouraverace funeral Mrs. Adolph Smith dropper I tariff bill, putting lumber on the dutiable list 'resident Cleveland participat J"* '.

temperature in theummer my"o potent among them that none dead. at ten per cent. af valorem. He was immediately memo al exercis at New York anJ *

haveucceeded in carrying otfthi*charmingly ChamUrlnin, the White county. Indiana, approached by Mr. Mills, Mr. lyn Decoration
Day
month i ihigh, but it is not an inten:-('. : candid prize ? How we regret that I murderer, i, hermetically sealed in the Breckenndge; and other Democratic leaders, Senator Voortiees has been coIDlI11*

burning heat coming in hot spells. but : etiquette prevent yon from publishing Michigan City penitentiary for preserving and an earnest colloquy ensues!. to drive the Gray horse around: the.

an average distribution of heat. Our i the name of your fair advocate of the I purpose heridan's presidential ring at the SL Louu puIt

night are :alwax-coola-- is also the early i right of widow-\ otherwise not even ,i i served Decoration throughout Day the was country.The appropriately. I WASHINGTON, June Condition.a.-Gen, Sheridan's:: races. ---

morning and the twitiht.re have during I I the conciousiies: : of my many defects I next meeting; of the United Pre byte physicians. in their last bulletin say: l'ollticall'olnte" C
1, would prevent my Incoming a suitor for rian Aa-eimit.ly will be held at Springfield, O. "Th situation remains about the same. I James H Ham, Elihu Whit. J:::
the middle of the bree/e- from
day
-o virtueAla*. I am not Through the
many prepoeinir William btallknwrht: a walking Meate, : day yesterday G-n. Sheridan'smind :: Dancey and Thomas N. Cooper or
some direction to temper the heat and or well educated, have few accomplishment I obtained a verdict for $;,:i0'J against" P.'Jtbi'child \vi lucid There has been no renewal North Carolina delegates' at large to ucago :

it is always comfortable in the -hade. and till fewer thousand I & Son, furniture manufacturer*, who of the previous attack through; there is but : convention. bIIIL'I
at my banker'- but I a--ure her I can appreciate had hun arrested the charge of incitinga an inoIl1Ileterecovery from its effects. No Hon. W. I). Bynum, of Indians- hal fi
There i is al-o this to he -aid that Dew
we one of the otherex: who has strike. Mallknecht visited the factoryone I now unfavorable symptoms h-we developed I nominated for congress by the

have, during June. July and .\ugu..t.onl thi-c rare qualifications in :spite of day, and two weeks later a strike fol I The unavoi.table excitement connected with I his district '

half labor to i erfurm. Our imp- my natural modesty mt d that I ama i lowed.Intoxicated. his promotion has had no deleterious effect : lxl"Cutironul1ittt"U of theparty U>u0AI thrfli fI
Robert Darwell the I whatever He has slept quietly for several I I of has voted to
non--moker, hope that I otherw ie ful- got on Chicago
laid and canafely take care of ** the
are by, I hour to
fill the requirements your lady friend, platform of a train near Terre Haute, Ind., i I strength of the organization the
themelvewith comparativelylight at and also am inearch of a comfortable I and would not heed the brakeman warning ii i Mrs. (.I '"t"lan(11l1ln I cratic state ticket on account of
tention. Wo want to induce i to go inside. Tea minutes later he wasscattered --\i'mXGTO June purity of labor tickets m the lied-d.
money people : home. >o could .von lIotIr., Editor, I 1 -The committee of net w
to vi-it ii* in our May and June I ;give me a clue to this estimable young I over 'a half mile of track. ladies from Cincinnati selected to invite I' Vermont Republicans are
The general synod of the Reformed Presbyterian for Blame. .
I Mrs. Cleveland to the '
: of the
Ohio
lady'name and addreas this being I opening; *
*eaon. church reaffirmed their conviction The louisiana Ikmocratlcfhir'1I
smooth I Valley centennial on Julv 4, calM at the I .
Ixap Year, her experience might that the constitution of the United States u ited Judge F.
The e'uf Urevard are naturally I White House and caucus nonun:
were introduced
i Ik'oi : bv 3tN.T. II W
the of love for ,
path true a ; a compact to administer the government junior United States, senator ..,
intereted in this question: of immigra TVKO. without reference to Christ or the thnfanreluioa : Clevelandsenesce : Senator J. B. Etistfcwhose term f 0 '

lion. Agriculture i io; the prime indu-trv Indian River, June :;rc1. *. l 1S'J1. cl





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THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1SSS. 5

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suffrage slate, got its vote of 26, as allottei trothed. Defore that Mr. !
retiring night
AND BROOKS to it by the committee on credentials, increased ; GATHKHIXG IX ST. LOUIS. Menard whipped he: for some reason not disclosed -

FISK to 4_. A diversion occurred by th and the next morning she was gOTiwtlcyr

interposition of a memorial on the murder ol missing.She .

i i George; Haddock, at Sioux City, Iowa, tw .. DELEGATES TO THE NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC left two notes, one to her father and

1 years ago for helping! ; to enforce Iowa's law CONVENTION the other to her lover. To the former

against saloons. It was adopted by a unani she wrote that she was going, to commit suds

OF THE PROHIBITION mous standing vote, in which, by permission cide by drowning and that she had been <<
A
PROCEEDINGS Prediction That the Race
for the VioePridrncy
4 CONVENTION. i the whole audience, galleries and all, joined driven to the deed by his cruelty. The note //at
1 !! The I'uiuiHv! committee reported that it AVill he I5et\veeii Thurman addressed to her lover advised him to com I/l/rLY

j the last pn side: :tial campaign the ProhibiI and (Chairman-hip Kace Growing mit suicide also. Miss Menard's lover has \1 .

I tionists had only i=';,OOO for their entire national Kxciting: -The Convention Program. I IST. not been seen since her note was delivered to '

j Call1li n. This was not !sufficient t< him, and it is believed he has killed himself. '
TIIK r,CrriAGISTS" CJARK: Til III It |! accomplish anything, and they asked tha' Louis June 2.-The special train: over I

" I'OIXT ALTER A SKIR.\1i'11.a || money be gotten by subscription. Mr. li j the Pennsylvania railroad conveying the (...nnau Minister Arrives. |

i F. Sturdevant, IIf Boston, started the ba! Washington correspondents tot.. Louis j NEW YORK. June!.-C Areo-Valley, '

> 1 rolling; bv Diving; S1,'XX). Others foJlowti { have reached here. Camparatively few delegates : the newly appointed German minister to i': rmj

<< with JOJV,( jvU1) and smaller amount | to the convention have arrived as yet.I' United States, has arrived from Bremen on '
the steamer Lohu. !J
: General Clinton R. Fink, of New .icrtiev, The chairman then stated that the suit j Those on the :ground: talk mostly of Thur- '| ----- -------- :

a Xomlnatrd By Acclamation for I'rehi- .. fcriptions thus far made, aggregated about !| man or Gray for the second: place. Some of i' THE FIFTIETH CONCUSS.Pr .
$2.\,000. Four times as much as the entire j
II dent, and Dr. John A. Brook, of Kar.sa. National | those w ho venture predictions think there rt-ediiiir of Itoth Itruiirhrs for the
< campaign fund four j
; City fur Vice President, in the Same j The convention then took a years recess ago until 2 i' will be a stampede for the former and that One Hundred and Twelfth Day. -4KI G

JIIannM-The Platform as \clopteel-The I 1 o'clock. ''. he will decline to accept and that Indiana's In the senate a bill was reported favorably t H

y.. Conventions Adjourn Siue Dir. I j When the convention assembled in the !j: governor will then lit: the choice of the conj appropriating\) forthe relief of William I!

I' afternoon Judge; Black of Pennsylvania, i iI j I vention. T. Crump, formerly steward at the White
; IXDIAXAPOLIS, May :30.: -When the venerable 1 I I House, who is said to have been
I brought up the report of the committee on The California delegation arrival yesrer- permannntly
1 Neal Dow, arm in arm with John P. St. resolutions with the I injured iu health by his long continued attendance -
I statement that it was !i day, and the Oregonians came in with ablaze ,!
John, !ilt>pjot..l; UJHJII the platform of Tomlin- signed by all but one of the committee. of trumpets alniut OUPI..J.-tilUd: last i upon President Gartield. Mr. I
1- POWDERAbsolutely
eon's hall a mighty shout went up from I The platform as reported declares that theI Stewart, of Nevada, spoke on his resolutionto
.4 | night.; A number of straj r.li'rs arrive o'i ,
4,000 throaK It was the opcuin; Sun of the I manufacture of and traffic in liquor should 1 'Ii so amend the constitution that a majority
1t the afternoon and evening:: train*-etum:h t'm
Rational Prohibition campaign of J8&8. 1 Il.e made public crimes and punished as such; of the two houses may enact a law over the
I I that | give the rotunda of the hotels 1m ui-: ;1'- president's veto. The conference report on Pure.
, beautiful looked tha: hall in its lavish prohibition must be secured by state .
Very and National constitutional amendments aide of hIll111ltioll.:1'U the (.'ulii. ::'..II" '!' the ivnsio.1 bill was agreed to. An executive
. adornment of bright red and blue bunting, ; I'' '. Tins powder i"-\vr varir. .\ ina\el of punts .
session ordered and 4:2J the"
Lieatei.aiit was at
denounces the license system and the Democratic began to work in favor of ( v- 1' m. .. .. .
( abundant of I strength anil \\IIO.i..I1..u.* )iorr 't.ratm.amthan
and its << display stars and : and Republican which Stevens White for train .ruryii.nr- :| senate adjourned. I... M
parties uphold error ; iht* ordinary tuuls, and rainiot M> inj
J strpes.a it; favors tariff revision as to the removalof I man cf the convention, tht't l'lH'k a >;i.-;": ]j In the house a bill was parsed appropri-j j comp tin ae. willi time nmltitiulf of low lfi. short
I ating *N,000 for a public building at Paterj i weight alum ..r lh""I.I'at.. powilorn.SH II only
duties from food, clothing and the necessaries I in the form IIf a contingent: of thH Il-s.m- j'
j N. J. also $100,000 for Miss. in 4-ans. Ko.ial Baton; l'u"tI..r Co.. I0" \\allst..
son. : Vicksburg
,
of life; favors strict civil service rules; chusetts delegation who were viror.u>lyItooming New York
declares for woman suffrage; demands the : 1'. A. Collins, of Bo>to:;. for the | The postoffiee appropriation bill was then

. abolition of polygamy; denounces trusts; same honor. Between the im{ ortimities and j taken up and passed. The legislative appropriation I

t favors a strict Sunday law; recommends arbitration button-holing;: cf the two, what delegates: Ill'eon ,I bill and the marine conference bill Geo. B. Rumpli.A .

t \ in the settlement of labor differences the ground an having: sorry tune of it. I was pa st"l. The conference report on thepension
11m11.. FULL 1.1 NT. OF r
'! ; demands that the public lands shall Cleveland buttons Ifarinvr: the inscription! : agreed to. A resolution

r. be reserved for actual settlers; demands astringent "Puhlie OfTice is n Public Tnht." .are being I was adopted authorizing an inquiry into the i GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.IlOItr.BlT .

i immigration law, prohibiting the worn by delegates and others and not u I case of John Curten Kent, an American citizen -

1.jo importation of criminals or convict labor, voice can be heard against President Cleve i imprisoned in a British jail. At 5 p. m. i

.joI and concludes with an invitation to full land's renomination. the house adjourned.One /-CW- \. _" "

! party fellowship to those who desire to forward The Southern hotel will lw the headquarters Hundred and Thirteenth Day. I ) \ ."-'

,( the obliteration of sectional lines, and of chairmen of the various state delega: In the senate the postoffiee appropriationbill I/ i : .1 1

, to promote the unity and welfare of our native tions. To a representative of tho United was laid before the senate. After several I } {i ; : \\ "

, TOMLIXSON' HALL land. Press, a prominent Washingtonian said that reports hail been made the senate went r I i1 /
fq
I Over the hair swung a banner with the The planks which gained the most applausewere he had received personal advices direct from into executive session, and adjourned at 5:45 ., HI }

Inscription, 'No Sectionalism in Politics, no those leading to woman suffrage, the Judge Thurman that if it was the unanimous p.m. 1t\ :.:
>
flex in Citizenship while at the other end prohibition of combinations of capital and wish of the convention he would accept the In the home the legislative appropriationbill ,> '\ \ '\. I :; !::1 U.lir;
the reduction of the Hon. John M. nomination for the vice presidency. Thereare considered until 5 k / \
m of the hall, looking down upon the audience, surplus. was p. m., when the ;' \ \ : \, :
If'
1 was the declaration letters four feet high, Olin of Wisconsin, presented a minority others who stoutly maintain that they house took a recess until:, o'clock, the night I r --\ I ; : t.

I "In God We Trust." report signed by himself alone, setting forth know better. It is thought that there will session being: devoted to private pension ,

: Along the west gallery was a canvas with that the right of equal suffrage to women be developments: by Sunday morning which bills. I : .r.; VJ yt.' (
Half should be" settled by the states: according to will render prediction as to the ticket almost '' I'
"A Million Votes
: the inscription, for One Hundred and Fourteenth I):1,'. .
the public sentiment in those states and declaring certain. New York will certainly name the /9 ;
rJJJU1j
Prohibition in ISbS Means
the Party : only In the senate the river and harbor bill was J d f
that as rapidly as the Prohibitionistscame vice president.The r
Parties in 181)2 No Matter What
Two by reported. Mr. Jones of Arkansas
into they would remit this convention hall was formally sur- repliedto
Names Divided on This Issue-the Home vs. power ques- Senator Stuart's charges S SHRTs.
the Saloon." tion to the people to be settled at the ballot rendered by the decorators to the local com- against Attorney II #-NO
General Garland. At 1:30 the senate
mittee yesterday afternoon, and will he p. m. LINEN.
!, Opposite this was another device, reading. box.At went into executive session until 5 FINE
0 o'clock, after a vigorous debate, the turned over to the National committee at p. m., C $
:
License Makes the Seller \
"High Liquor a when the doors were opened and a resolution OL &\) '
previous question was ordered amidst great once. :
Collector of Revenues. Poor Women and
agreed to consider the fisheries in
uproar, sixty or seventy delegates still demanding A call is to be issued, under the auspices of treaty open ,
Children Starve and Freeze That the Rich session. At 5:15 m. the senate adjourned.In ,' ,
that they should be heard on the the National Pension association for a mass p. GtJjQ
:May Elude the Taxation. Oh, the Inequityof the house bills were introduce and
reports -
It." question. On a viva voce vote the minority meeting of soldiers on Monday to arrangefor
from committees made. The
Other the walls and report was beaten by two to one, and the submitting to the convention a memorialon legislative .
inscriptions along appropriation bill was then taken and IU IST'Sl
convention adjourned until 6 o'clock. the pension question and all the delegations up
balcony railings read: "The Prohibition considered until when the house adjourned '
is the True When the convention reassembled at 8 will be the special guests of the vari- p. m., rosli Gnrdon Seeds'
Party Anti-Poverty Society; the bill
"High License is the Devil's Bulwark for the o'clock, Stevens, of Pennsylvania, submit- ous local state reception committees on :Monday Bent reported., army appropriation havingl Sold: at Philadelphia Detail: l'ril"o.rill
ted an addition to the revenue plank in the and'will bo hospitably entertained. The
Liquor Traffic. The Greater the Revenue : make special orders anti ]>rice* to
the Stronger the Bulwark "Prohibition platform, providing for duties upon such articles program for the Virginia; delegation, whichis One Hundred and nctt-rnth Day. parties wantingscemI ;

Will Obliterate the Sectional and Color Linein of import as will give protection bothto the first announced, includes a visit to the In the \en'ltH number of bills were re in hulk.

Polities .'Lo<-al Option Create Loral the manufacturing employers and the producing races and a banquet at the University club. ported. The conference report on the department

Selfishness, Paralyzes Patriotism, Intrenchesthe laborers against the competition' of I The latter sentence called forth vigorous of labor bill was agreed to. The Geo. B. Rumph.H .

Liquor Traffic iu Stronghold.." the world. This was carried. denunciations from Rev. John F. Carson, of bill to quiet the title of settlers on the Des Tittisville) Fla. 1

Standing room in the hall was at a premium -' :. Brooklyn and many others. The law requiring Moines river lands was considered and

long before the convention was form- all adherents of the church to giveto finally passed. After a short executive: ses- 3IALAHAK CKiAK FACTORY.

ally called to order. There was no response until Now Jersey: was the caui-e one-tenth of all their earningswas sion the senate at r>::J5 p. m., adjourned.In .

One of the remarkable! incidents connected .-cached, and then Jade Morrow, of that indorsed by the committee and was confirmed the house, the conference report on the II. ('. hu''li. Proprietor.Manufacturer .

with the convention is the presence of every by the synod.A department: of labor hill was agreed to. The
National candidate of the party sinceits; first sensation was caused just previous to legislative appropriation bill was considered of tine Havana :HlIll! Dome 1

organization in lSli ). the noon adjournment by the statement of and recommitted for revision. The tariff >tie Cigars.! Trade supplied with liw-

An address of welcome was dl.liv.-ret.lly Rev. D. S. Faris, of Sparta, 111., that Rev. bill was then taken up and considered under hand madejrood*. ( )rdcr promptly filled.

Col. Mr. Eli Hitter, of Indianapolis, to which Matthews, of Illinois, accompanied by Rev. the live-minute rule. Before the first! sectionwas Factory Malabar.: Kla. .;...

Mr. Delano responded. The roll of states- l G. M. Elliott (colored), of Selma, Ala., entered disposed of the committee rose. The

were called for membership of the various ; Swoger & Son's restaurant, on Ohio It'gilativeppropriation bill, as amended by 5,000 Budded Trees For Sale
committees and a recess was taken. f street for their dinner. The proprietor informed the committee, was reported.: Mr. McKinley -

Then Chairman Dickie, of the National Rev. Elliott that if he wanted a meal tried to get up the bill to revive the rank At Low Trices.

rommittee, placed in nomination Rev. II. he must go to the kitchen to eat it. The reverend of general, for Lieut. Jen. Sheridan, but in

C. Delano, of Connecticut for temporary y gentleman although much grieved at failed and at ;5 p. m. the house adjourned.One 60,000 Nursery.Apply .

chairman, who' was unanimously Delected. the odium cast upon his race, quietly with to W. II. SHAIiri:,
drew to the basement where tho Hundred anti .sixteenth Day.
among
The remainder of the temporary organi 'ity Point Fla.
,
In the senate the house bill to amend the
zation suggested by tho National committee cooks and servants, be ate his frugal bite.

was then placed before the convention and agricultural;; experimental stations act was
Thiirmun for Vice President. NAiMAN 'S
I>assed. The Indian appropriation bill was
formally elected as follow Temporary secretary NEW YORK June 2. The dis-
following taken and considered until 5 when
I : up p. m.,
J. B. Cranfill, of Texas; first assistant I patch has been sent to Allen G. Thurman at the senate adjourned until Monday. NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY
Mrs. :M. M. Brown of Cincinnati
secretary :
Columbus, by Sheriff Grant and Commissioner In the house several committees reported
second assistant secretary, U.o'. Wells, of I
Richard Croker on behalf of the unimportant bills. After a sharp contest the 1'111: IOMIK .111.

Minnesota. I Tammany hall organization: bill to revive the rank of general, for the
Delegate Needham, of Kansas, then I "A. (J. Thurman: benefit of Gen. Sheridan, and the legislative For terms and sample copies address

stepped forward and presented Chairman "The Tammany hall organization of New appropriation bill were pawed. The customs CIL\' H. NAl'MAN: ,

Delano with a gavel made from tha wood of OEX CLINTON B. FISK. York city has instructed its delegates to the deficiency: appropriation bill pa-wd. The

the telegraph pole upon which Governor St. stat, took the platform and nominated St. Louis National convention to present your tariff debate was resumed and continued Hutilover P. (J., Urevard county, Fla.
John was hanged in effigy November 7, 1SS4, "The Grandest Man of the Age "' Gen. Clinton
name to the convention for the vice presi until 5 o'clock. when a recess was taken until

at Topeka Kan. B FisU.! Great applause greeted<< the dency. We feel assured that your patriotic: b o'clock the night session being for tho consideration
The convention then settled down to business name. sense of duty to the Democratic party and of private pension bills. St Lucie House

and on motion of Delegate Thomas, of The further call of the roll was dispensedwith to the country will not permit any feeling of I ,

New York the roll of states and territorieswas and the nomination was made by ac reluctance to interfere with your acceptanceof A MILLIONAIRE'S WIFE I

called for the naming of members of clamatiou.The the" nomination, and we cordially pledge INDIAN RIVER FLA.Ravin'
Murder Her Hiiftband'ft lawyer .
Attempts to ,
the committees on credentials and permanent roll was then called for tho vice presidential : New York for Cleveland and Thurman.?
organization.In nominations.CoL in a Chicago Court Kooin.
the afternoon the committee credentials Going to St. Louis. CHICAGO June 4.-A trt'mendous'ensation!
on Geo. W. Bain, hf Kentucky, could been refurnished is now tit'ned
reported that J,')2i delegates and the have lieeii nominated by acclamation for BOSTON, June 3.-The Massachusetts, New occurred in Judge Jamieson's court, shortly for guests under the management

same number of alternates were in attendance vice president, but declined the honor. Hampshire and :Maine delegations to the National after 10 o'clock this morning. While the of its old proprietor and

every state and territory being represented The call of the" states was proceeded with Democratic convention left this cityon docket was being; called Mrs Meckie I. owner.rJris. .

except Louisiana, Mississippi, South and George C. Christian of Illinois, nominated a special train at 3:30 yesterday, and will Rawson was impatiently waiting for the I
Carolina and Wyoming. The committee on Dr. John A. arrive in St. Louis at .::,0 Sunday morning. divm-w suit of her husband Banker Rawson, II I ]Piiiie

permanent organization named John P. St. Brooks, of Kansas They were joined by the Connecticut delegation to lie called.Col. Prop. t

John for permanent chairman and Sam. f* City. The name of I at Springfield. !. H. C. Whitney, her husband's attor- St. Lucie, Florida.
Small for secretary, and th"y were chosnr ney, was sitting at a side table writintr,
Sam. Small was A STRIKE AND AN ARREST
unanimously. taking the chair Governor then the court was suddenly started to heara
6tt John said that he would rather be elected placed in nomina Results ina Riot in Went "Irlnla-Se'eral i pistol and Col. Whitney at one disappeared :r..6.e-V-JS:
tion by Rev. D.
chairman of this convention than be elected Negroes Injured.BRAMWELL I under the table. The shot was followed
Bennett of Kansas
president of the United States through the pa W. Va., June -!.-All the by four more i $rapid succession, and
City and it evoked DELMONIGO HOTEL
ruipower.. I considerable enthu- miners in the Blue Stone district went out Mrs. Rawson was! seen pursuing Whitneywith

A< the committee on platform was not on a strike, Thursday, for two weeks' pay, a Smith & Wesson :S-calibre revolver. .
siasm. Small however I
ready to report tho convention adjourned for and to add to tha excitement, a negro was 3f rs. Raw son :succeeded in emptying her revolver I II
C'OCO\ INDIAN lilVhll. FLA
declined.
the day. : 11 arrested for disorderly conduct. After the at Whitney before :sheould be cap-

The general committee on resolutions late r Cranfill, of Texas, arrest, it was rumored that the white would ( tured. i j Nf-wlv Furiji.h Kuciue. t'xxl Tal>lr.
a nominated E. L.
at night decided the woman suffrage issue )f take him from the guards and lynch him. Two rf the lialls hit the lawyer, one tak-

by instructing its sub-committee to incorporate Doohney, of that At 10 o'clock Thursday night the town was ing effect below the groin and the other in Torn S2 lCrLHJ".
When the
a plain uncompromising suffrage plank. 5 state. thrown into a violent state of excitement by the Mt leThe wound near the right {

The vote was ::s to e. I roll had been: ex- about one hundred negro miners inarching, groin will probably be tab). Jud e Jamison !SjH-i-ial ratm l>jr th,- wk; or niniitvi.j l

-.- I DR. 1L OOKS.hausted all the other j to Blue Stone inn, where the prisoner was at om-e ordered Mr. Ra W OI1'1i arrest,
The Second Day.IxniAXAivus I ('audiJukst'rc withdrawn and Brooks was under guard, and demanding his release. and she immediately taken to jail. j U Jl. JAllVIS: l-wl-r.

I nd. May 31.For three nominated acclamation. The guards did not surrender him whereupon .
hours the crowd waited the heavy front t! Considerable: routine business was transacted I' >tramihuet Hoiler Kxploilei.NEW ': T/i'1 A;"*''*/ J/t'''." f't ."',.,,",/) the mob began firing on the building; ___ ______ _________ ___ __ __
doors of Tomlinsnn hall for admission to the | mail at 11 :1:; p. m. with the singing of I with pistols and a general not eriMittl. S -, ORLEANS. JuneWord has

Prohibition
sooner opened at >:-t-,. before the large gal die. members of the mob. The whites Lad organ; steamboat Fulton at :.*iss luxLoutre. Edward Important

lerit's allotted to the general ticketed public f : Perkins, th- pilot and tht* captain: W.

were tilled the men being in n very large HritUli Houors.Loxnox izt'J.At a late hour the negro mob had dis- H. Rift.llt',1.." kl' *l. Landry and Watson I --

majority. June 4,-On th'> occasion of the j I irsed. after several were arrd-.:.ted. More i; colored deer hands, were badly and i The runt important crop in South

The convention was called to onler bj celebration of the queen's birthday the following i trouble expected, but owiu,; to the inaci possibly fatally sca'dL: Toe explosion) wan: ;

Chairman S. John, and after a song by a l I honors will tit \ '
male quartet from Kansas and prayer by a I Wilks CottVtt, governor of the Bank of England cannot lit:' had at present. I thrown from its foundation by the swell of : one -huulil endeavor to secure a good
i
local clergyman, the committee on rules baronetcy: l-:. G. Jenkir.son, formerly the gulf, the vessel brine; a r.ternwhH l river "
reported. assistant under -t''I>l'tlrrur Ir-land. K. C. A YOU ':; LADY SUICIDES Vteair.er. variety of oraice in planting a :ore

There was only one item of great interesl B. ; Jam s ?!"nn-. as,i'.rur: c :mi't.I-;.....pe-r of
And Advisr Her Later to Un Likixc.. Hank Dividend Declared.
and ctUcIl fruit Lav
'II. do this -
s ,
: *
in it. That was the! rule tha. .liv. ('. B : Mr. < 'ii.r-i-i. .if rn- 1'i; ,
} .
"\l ental'ru..Itlh. CanMlxxEAlOLts. **- WASHINGTON, June i-The comptroller ol
speecheseliould tie limited to five: minutf 'It!.t.c.. H : Chari H.kl! >r. :Sriu and June.-Tt-e! liy ut Mi>s '.. the currency has declared an eighth i dividend I taken premium* at many of our StateFair I'
and no hpoaker tu speak: twice pn any :n t- Pre,..."..: Bruee, of the institute of civil en- Josepii
Adele Menard daughter of Menard, of 5 cent in favor: of the creditors of the:
tion, except the chairman of a committee sineers knights of the Ixitn of the civil division per > and at the New Orleans KxpoMtiou -
; a prominent citizen wa> fuua.t i! aun.j in Pacific National lank of Boston Mass.TLis
who may close. debate on a report from hit ; Chief Justice Gait, of Ontario, amiPresident : the river late yesterday aft-"J.t:1. il;"" makes in all 55 per gent on claims. I' buy jour trees from (*. II.1 MaffriulerX -
(coiumitti-e.. well to it. Wil of the Toronto
as uJh.t"r"ity.
open >on, ,
Menard
passed!! Monday tvenin; iu company l-rovel. amounting to $3S3)G5.43.: The
Skirmishing still went on for jiositioii it knights. Son, IlocUechre: Fla. :30tl: I
the amlth a young man to wLo.ube its be i I ;auk failed :May 22, Ib.'Sl:
suffrage contest, and Texas a strong ,



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c THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, JUXE 7, 1SSS.

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HERE AND THERE.It I Spend less nervous energy each day than I CARDS. I Pas t\n ger Dl\Imrtment. I'i I :\OTICK.

make. I IDon't .. t I
you I "'""'' '''-- --- !
is said that a New York mediate has paid A. GIXGILArrYATLAW \ I In ptpuaniv of notice hitheno tit; .
"Too .
hurry. swift arrives as tardy L. and under
order
tlTO.OOO for a house on Fifth avenue. as too slow." DeBARY & PEOPLE'S LINE Join an' of the H,.n. Mui,.r's
Countv ,
Judge f Urevanl
An Ohio lad has just shot a companion who Sleep and rest abundantly. Sleep is will, on the 2nd ,.i Jnt lountx' I
nafctre's : day IV..H \
.
AND NOTARY PUBLIC ", |If
stood his "to how
near target by trying see ;
benediction. '
near he could miss him." public outcry, before: the ,"im Ilnit .j{,,,:|.!
Avoid passion and excitement. A mo- Rock Ledge: Florida. lit Titnsville! in aid t' tints. l' 'tw .
A Chicago firm has already sold 10,000 ment's anger may be fatal '! --- legal I hourof sale, to the high.t n l.i.ll n tit:
drums this in D.L.L7G.1UII'EN.ATTORNEYATLAW. r
year-presumably anticipation f..rc'sh. the
following land ln.r
Associate with healthy people. Health is |
of the presidential campaign.A contagious as well as disease. the t'-tatt-.f _\. J. Pace, late if ..aiele."u t::

young man in Maine is accused of having E'&iiL a>e.l. to pay the dcl.N ,,f ..It"L I.
Court the fresh air day and night "Qh, : t.l.
to-wit-
voted thirteen times at one election and .
if you knew what was in the airPDon't Titu-ville, Florida. ..
he is in a fair way to be convinced that the Ml the riirht. title and inten-t .
,
-- -- .t ;
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cumber is unlucky.A overeat Don't starve. "Let your i deiva-ed in and tire : :
| & WILLIAMS to acrvn in the | ,
moderation be known to all men." i JONES -nh:
British shipmaster at New Orleans re- ''City of Jfu'ksoiivillo.CAPTAIN" : wet corner of fractional lot 2, "et-ti..n "stownhip
:
Think only healthful thoughts. "As a 21onth of :;.". .. :
ports that while oil the coast of Patagonia range t.3 t. |h'i- _
1..J. ;
butterflies were blown aboard his vessel at a man thinketh in his heart so is he" tnl.l1c.latI..a W. .\. HI\\Li ; In IJrevard: t '''Imt' :,tattHi Florida.

distance of 150 miles from the land. -- -- 1 Titu-ville, Florida. I F: CI )tiff 11.12.
How Do We Di, Our (;ra's IWe i'i
At the New York water color exhibition ---- -- -' Daily from Jaekwalv'ill'excel'ttiatunlay.TI. 11l.ritl.m.1! Et-: ttJi..j.. \hllini..trat.

the picture of a red headed girl by Miss must eat or we cannot live. This ,, GEe )I. R)HU1INS, This I..t..i May. 1":":0>. '.

Newell, hangs on the wall and near it one we all know. But du we all know thatwe B. ]-Jln 11 t. --- -- -- ---- ---

of Zogbaum's:: cavalrymen on a white horse. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW J: \STIn.S slid:. ;
die ? It i is aid CAPT. I. C. HALL.
by eating; > we dig; our Notice Ls
l The lumber export from Ottawa Canada, TITI>VILLE, FLA. hereby.teen that under .Ln.Il.\
to the United States during January February graves with our teeth How foolish this --- Daily from San ford except Sunday. virtue of a final .It-t'n"t'I of -.ile and fon'i L.:..

and March was valued at t: 6.902. an sounds. Yet it i fearfully true.r e A.M.. THR.IsILER-- lire rendered l by the Honorable John l i'

increase of 21 per cent. over the same months Rn "tile, Judge oi the irvuit conn fir tn..
of 1S67. are terrified at the approach of the ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ;! ONST.JOHN.sRIVER. S-venth Judicial eirvuit of the :Sta'i i

The managers of the Cincinnati expositionhave cholera and JeHofeYcr, yet there is a P. O. Box 2-'. -.\ Fur.D. FL\. I I Florida! on May th. .\. 1>. lsy, ;in :I ,', r,

obtained a number of gondolas from di.-ease constantly uur doorand in Will pra pre HI all the enmities: oJ the >ev rct i St'ht'tiull'-Jla' '- ). isvr." tain can-H- in chamvry therein pt-udii :;;'
Circuit Court. 3 the circuit
anlt.ireme for
roim Iln-vani
Venice, and propose to have them on exhibi- our ]houses far: more diu'erous and detractive. ', ------- --- tot-in. LAM: IM.s. SUKTH.I t."unt:11,1'
:
for the circuit :
afori-xaul
tion on a small lake attached to the fair I Leave. .tarter ; wherein I.. L-h
grounds.A .- Most: people have in their :R.B.: BCUC'HFIELD.COUNTY 0, 0 p maek.onsine: ::<') amT man complainant and Ilowell TitiiN; i i-
:.H> pin Totoi Lr.v*.
defendant i
in
woman's invention is a baby wagon for own stomachs a poison more slow hut I !>.00 p m PaUtka 1.:::s. a m i, master t.hIl1H'fwill "'1,1 i 11:
19.e I : > m Holiest. U :4o p m '' for ( :t-h to the highe-t bidder on"M..nl..,\
SURVEYOR. {
tho house in which the
I thoroughly padded quite a fatal a- the of tho-e nula-
;germs
1 M"k WeUka ,, the 2r.d l ..La.oi the .
: p m lorlopm : July, -:ItII,- -ilig the ;1-;
baby cannot bo hurt even if it tips over. Thew3.e die; which wcei men into eternity by I ICO: m d t. OeorKt-town 9Upm'I'1 Monday in tItm..nth., in (
,, (rder- by mail will receive prompt I ntltI dw "uu
n can be turned into a cradle and made ,112:.3 4 nt VulUKia 7 spas ,
into a swing. thousand:* without warniirz in the titutof .- attention a- callin person. ; :J:: Oam A.tor ;:lupas I j IJOIIMdoor in Titn-ville. Dn-\ml oiiiitv.!
4:45 a m lfT...n.l LamhiiK ; )** p m !i Florida, U-twevn the legal hour ..i -.1 i;-:
The word Birmingham so common in great epidemicBut; it i- a mercy AddresGeorgiaua: Flt.i i 3-0 a m Blur spring 4:15 pm1Arrive. I! the following ,ns and chuttils
;go t"-\\ it
naming towns and cities, is composed of that if watchful tell -- ---- -, !
\\e are we can ... < hie billiard table and tixtnrv-, and ,.
UO.l. Entt'rpri. 2 Su m lieii
: m : p
TT F. ATKINSON.JUSTICE
three words which together mean "the hill i I J 1
when we are threatened The following: '.}:l table and fixtures the -auie U-iu: ih'
which is the home of the broom a small: '..::)) 4 m suiif.>rd. S F. It. 1:. 1:45: p lu propt-rty of said defendant.Vitm .
English tree.It are <:IlIOU'- the :symptomyet they .1u i '.
OF THE PEACE i \ >.lily hand and ,.cal this :H l- iiitof \
is said that Pa. has nut alwty neee arily in the (CoissMTiov.t Tm-"i with, St. .J..IIK* lUiIroad; ; .
Perry county a man : : appear May. .\. 1).h%"<.
at PaLitks with I'liTuU iiilirrn Railway at tollrstau
who dials out whisky in a saloon licensed by aside order, nor are they always the same For the'Cllne1: Ju-ti 'e District of Rre- with :",'t. Joiiu's :UIII 1iht.ix J:1\4."r; iiailro: ;, [L. -.] \\ .\LTKK: S. iK.11 *''.
him-self. He is one of the associate judges of yard county : Court day-, third Monday at A-t..r with St Julius! amt Lke Kiistjs Uailwt\ : ",t Mt>t 'r in chainr
different There i i- dull and
in ea*e- a month. IVLand Landing uith rLand and St. JohnsItslruad '
the county, and his place of business is in the of each at Jon Ac Williams. :Sdicilorfor=
at flue with U. S.. O. C. and A. i! ii.ni|I't
borough of Blaine. sleepy feeling : a bad taste in the mouth ; .pn"g
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--- -- iUilwa: at Liiteri:ie with \. C.. M I. & I. It. i --
The water in the Great Lakes is now the especially in the morning; : the appetite m SANDKKS lUilrooX for Titnill; at Siuford with trains of I i >JiiiirrSIM:.

lowet-t it has been in forty years. Shippingis i-i changeableouietiuie.: .- lour.trul a:.:aiu tilt-teamer:0'. ,".\I.\KH.\iltl"I ilro"l fur. Tampa t.l tut- :Plantteaiu.tnii at Tarnna with Liuc.tht I'ndt and ?>y virtiu- of tn ex niti, :ti i in i-

crippled by it.Vbat makes it high or also tor fointn un Tampa Day and Manatee laser; lrt .r 7MJtidici. -
it though the could Justice of the Peace for the Thir-
low is a question the experts have not yet .seem* : patient not \a lth the I'Uuttt.iin,hii> 1.111" ""kU"hll'! I, .'! Circuit of Florida. I r.nir'cimnty. ''I

' been able to solve: eat enough: and occasionally no appetite teenth District. OLIVETTI and 1.-\oCt.TIt fur Key West and : uj>on a judgment reeod in th.
Uraiit every Moiulay :and TuursnUy.. arnvioit at :
eEngland introduction of An .riran watches into at all : dullness) :sluggishness: ; ....... of CorUTNEY. FLOKIDA.ronrtiln Key West Tues da> and Friday aid Havana W.-diifuliy iH nrt of the lIut norabKMinor: S. J..n->.
;4t has reduced the number of gold tii1 third :Situril.& of t-ocli mouth. and btturday Hfturning, leaves IlA\aua t.11I11.Ju.i. !...* and ex-omYio: Ju-ti .,f th.IVace ".
the mind : no ambition to stador _. .
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-- every
cases marked at the London assay office from liiL1Y.--- for IJrevard County, Florida ;m-l
34SH in lb7G to 20,416 in 1SSG, and of silver work more or less headache and heavino SF. C lULl 16'm'4.rillt'tl to ..ai.1 Cin-iiit Court, wh'pin

cases from 119,304 in IsTtJ to 95,703 in ISW. in -the head : dizzine' on ri-ini: to I UtueiJil 1'o.sseuger A ent. DrBary Wit \!> C. J. Hector was plaintitranl M. *-. < "...ki

As an evidence of the progress that modern the feet or movini_ .-uddenlfurred Watch Maker and Jeweller.! W.'I D.tVIDSON.G..Ut'rul1'lItlictIt.: IVoile's Line.Zo't'3'S i i was defendant I hi\e levied ul".n and nil!
ideas are making in Japan it is stated sell, at public outcry, to the higli.st .mi
that that country is now building thirty-four and coated tongue: : aen of a load on :;.1"1' at ..JoLI1.!. Inxoti Dru afore, Titu..villa, TbYALTER'S i|! U-st bidder for call in fntnt of the t ..iii:

i new railroads at a cost of over oO,000,000, the :stomach that nothing removehot ALL WO IMC WAKUAXTKl : :. |f: llou-e d.M>r, in Tita-ville, in :-aid ('''nntt.n ,

and it has hundreds of miles of railroad already and drykin at time : j':?llo\v tine: in In Ciivttif C'>ni1 fur tin ffiith Jmfif'MtfPirruif the tir-t Monday in July, the sanu-U.1114;:
builtA P ..TEiJT"It lout allY eX\'t'I.tiJO the .,-..nI.I-! thereof, .\: 1>. l-;:>;.*. within
the ey'escanty: and high-colored urine: rt e'le..t al'l'hnl.uIllttl of FIIJftfe (_ sfut y. J the legal hour-. of .alt', the following
Nashville minister said in his Sunday .\!,. \ I )t.rt>-
sermon that "the woman who will occupy sour taste in the mouth frequently attended METAL SHIUGLES'I\VtKiE A='U In ChiHwy. I pry to-wit :

of heart impaired Valentine K. )ll.CrilliI lot number seven 1 111, in husk niu.thr .
the
I two seats in street car violation of her by palpitation : AND OUNAMLNtAL. I I Ifurmerly
r's lit U'iI..t-at cdLal"II.. anti lltlrteNVIIuXVL Valentine 1-:. !!>, as will appear iiM>n :' map or pl.| +t
neighb :: rights, may respectable, but vi.-ion. with SIts that seem to price j I
can have little claim to either religion or :",11.1.1": METAL: KOOFIXU CO. June-, by S. II. Ray, her |i" of the village of McHiotirnc. lir '\. nlcounty
t good breeding." be :.swimming: in the air before the eje- : :5J:i'J Last _intit,, Nt w York City next frki.d, and .1.11'il-'n'|. I'ecitie f Floridaurveyed ltd Bran 111.\

Edward and Mary Stetson a couih.: with a :.:reeni ht'ulClrt..ll'xl'l'turati"n .'- / 11 .IX.: fa' lll l UllUlI tllr ,j Dr.t:! Y"IIII:: MtCrilli ... I her I liiKhan.1.I 1'erforatanee. ;E Ev. M. :S.=:Cook, civil engineer, dated June '':li.
aged
E respectively wJ5'l 1. .1'! I. tl I:" lUfd>'il C.'IHJ' }. 1'. \\.7Ilti .. J l>:sa; ; :said lot frontiiM>n New lIa"t.1I
11 and 9 years, have mado the journeysafe : poor nights'rest : atick LhK .". ". .1.11.t : 'fiu' I'd. J.M1H's \\". (.'1I1'l". j j ; avenuetnet, anti i- b >iiiidf from Damanscotta Me., to Seattle ont slime about the teeth and hand-
:gums : + number twelve, east: by lot nunll".j. I"
the Pacific (coast with no other guardianthan It having: been tssldettpleartotheCourtty j
that special providence that is said to and feet cold and clammy : irritable PARKER'SHAIR l atHilavit .,f then;lot above-name*! ..,.,111- i :south II y New Haven avensteInct.:111.1\

fare for children.In temper and bowels bo-tud up :ttltl I."- >-. I, BALSAMthe plainautthat! .Jau .- W. C,|'|', the defendant West 1.\' lot numlier fourteen.nil of .:ai.1,1\ -
favorite ; bt-inu in --tion 2. township 2**, -*< rrange \\ < i
recent fire near Tower D. 1' tive. 'l'hi''li-ease ha- puzzled! the I.II\ popular for dressing,. 1a resident oY the lnite! :Stateover ;
*
,, a girlb3rt11) \ the hair, llot>toruif( color hen : .;7 t'a..t.ti .
Hi saved the lives of two small children } ) pray and preventing Dandruff. :lil year-'of age, aii4i that hi- jn-tM/ut resdenee :- :
It im i- !
and them. J. F. !
still
si'-ian 0\VMAN.
puzzles ti"eommonet g at It cleanses the ecaip. stops the nnku'wnsal l after IiI in-
> :;: ::t ;
by rushing through flames to their bedside ,
Lair f-ilhnpr:: ,and i,; -ure to please. Sheriff of Un"lo.uut\,
and dragging them to where she could : ailment- and yet the most "5".. a &)c. and Si,00 at Drujrsi: yiin cannot l ill' aivrtainttl.It I
I ilateel thit-!th .la.\.i Mayo .\. II. l",
throw them to the earth without danger ail complicated and myteriouSometime: : therefore ordered that theahl ,
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herself leaping after. -ometime- HINDERCORNS. Jaiue-: \\". C'opj> do I pleat, answer or demur I It \OTICI:.
it treated i consumption
The iafe t.surest and best cure for Corn" ,Bunions,fie the complainantlull of complaint >
Two prominent St. Louis men have engaged Stops allpain. Ensures comfort to the fett. Neverfailsto h.//., ('irreil t ttnrt ."i ,ee'nth .Jr'lrri.i.rICirrlfif
and then t
fthfThomas
aliver
complaint a:':ain .i- cure l j cent at herein tiled on or I'efre the Aid tlay uf j
in litigation over the ownership of a malaria and even heart di-ea-e. lint its ..July.D.. I.:'..'', or the .antewill be taken of 11"1.111.,1 n.l"I'II.
dUl"k"alut t.l at twenty-five cent. The
preliminary /.J I" 1'linrrvr
confe-.sftl. .
suit made coats in addition to the real nature i i.* that of con-tipation anddyspepsia. ltO ffY as << I !
\id it is furthernleru! that ., of
a c py t:. .llibltell.vs. v
and the
attorney fees $43, now case has been
taken to the circuit court. It arriein the digestive: tills order puMi-hed I in the I- L"IW.\ ;: Kill for KoKvi-Ii-siirr.[

organ and soon affectall the other- T.\I. a newspaper published in the : II. A. Pierce. )
A London jeweler recommends diamond -MAKESSUCCESS- uljuin'I'I
cutting and polishing as an excellent employment through; the corrupted and i oion >dblood. ing;: county of Hft>\'ar.l. there It appearing| from the affidavit of the
n.w-paH.T publi-hed in J )ade ('"unty, for ::
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for that he : agent of the complainant in the: :il".u-
women saying believes Often the whole body -including four consecutive .
weeknext .' linjj the
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piv stated that the said J 11
cause respondent.
that woman or girl with intelligence ;
any quick the ueryousystemis lill."II/, -aid 2nd day of July, A. 1>. 1-S-. !j
.\. Pierce i- reridentl the "i
could learn to polish a diamond "very Wh1UJlIk.!! ..l'lItil"l.i systeu,'. lily '")?k1.'arll.,1 a nun- Mate
tan'fd. when there i-i no emaciation ill 'la\'s..t Witne: my hand and seal I, and the seal' Florida that the of residence tin
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fairly in six months. He says the enecessary even one naiug l i.-71n Ua u Jllre. place : o
1..15 at 1>. tn>it I.>U'i, at l'lllIoi.lt.Ilhl.1.! i UnitcU" es lIt of the said Court at the Court IIou>e, thi- -aid resh"indent[ is unknown anti that lie
in this
art .
are "great honesty good to tell the -adtor C..lulII"ia Law studentat 'oil.". N .lIt"lut er- 14th day of May, ,\. I). I.....,....'. I|!'
education quick intelligence great patienceand lilt Pen .. :M .- i is over the age of 21 yearit H titerrtonhereby
Experience ha- -ho\\n that there i i- rimtTsity lit t M i lninriuutau'i rm'n''ity. IIKNKY T. PRIKST '
good eyesight"THE ,i4. \,-. \iKn>!lor>.e r'ul 'tit.
but one remedy that can certainly cure 'K. the >lI'-JtI"t ; H'ms.V.. \V, A>TI>U. JCD.\U P Clerk of Court Dade Cu" Florida) i| I I..1.: Pienv, do plead answer or demur u
15ENJVMIN.: Jude liibson Dr BROWS.::. H COOK, ( !KO.: M. ROBDIN.Silicitor -. | herein
thi- disease in all itstages, uautely.'shaker | the complainant's hilt of complaint
YOUNG PEOPLE. : : Principal X Y ::"'t ite Normal College &c. Perfectlytaught for .. ;
Complainant <
Extract of hoots Mother :'ei- by corrvipoiiilHiice Ptospectus P""T }'!tJEtrom | tiled, on or before the 2nd slip of Jul:.
: or ,____ _
Bobby and Flossie were playing "boarding 1'KOF. LOIsETTE.: Filthe. New York .\. I>. lxx-, or the same will U- taken ;*:
house" with Flossie in the role of applicant. gels Curative :Syrup. It never fail-, hut. --- -. -- 3IlSTiKS SII.C. "confessed I and the complainant be alo! "....lto

"Have you parents" inquire Bobby, with nevertheless:: time -hould be lo-t ill Notice is hereby! triven that under! and pnH-ee | e.x-parte in said cause. \ntl it

great stiffness of manner. "Yes sir, two," trying: so-called:: remedies. for they by virtue of a final decree ,.ialto' ami foreriosiire i, is i further ordered: that this order U- pnh-*

replied Flossie timidly. "Sorry, ma'am will rendered by the Honorable John [I li-hed in the Fl. >un',\ Srvti ne''-paler| lr
but we never take children who have do no good.
parents."-New York Sun. preparation (discovered by a venerable .- the Seventh .J wlif' :d Circuit of the State of ''' :'.0.1 day of July, .\. I). I"' .-'.

Our little Harry, 4 years old, watched nur-e whose name i i- a hou-ehold vJ: a Florida on the 4th day of )[ltv. .\. I>. i i Witnethe "Honorable John l>. Hn-onie,

very intently last Sunday while his father : world in ( ;Jermany). and he sure tn :get I t 1-SS, in a certain cause: in Chancery therein I j i Judge of sail Court, a- well aA.. .\. vle*
i, art clerk (if said Court, and the -eal of -:iil l li
was looking for stray gray hairs in his pending in the Circuit Court for'Bft>,'a..1
mamma's: head. At last he thought he would the:genuine article. IY County and for the circuit afore-aid, wherein i I ( ourt, at the court HOIIM-. in the town ':'f i

assist in the search when accidentally pull- ,aYJo: 111 BY .SEVKX DocTuus.. tC Aaron .\el.lI11awl John I. Howe are j I, Titiisville. Urevanl countv, afon-said. thi-
.t !
ing out a brown hair he quickly exclaimed: complainantStephen Ryder and t 1*. Millie i' the atth day of May, .\. it. 1VXf

"Put this back again 1"-New York World. Shaker Extract of Root.or Seiei: J 1 Ryder are defendants, t. aMater in j f .\. A.'STEWAUT,

Ellie's baby brother had a soft spot in his Syrup ha- raised me to :good health after Chancery will .st-ll for cash to the hiirhst) < lerk vi ('ieruit'curt

head as all babies have. One day while her I I: :seven doctors had given me up to die bidder on Monday, July the 2nd, ,\. I). .' [Seal of irvuit Court,
motherwas bathing him she said: "Mamma, lv>>, the same being the first Monday in i llrevard Co., Fla.j

is little bu-ldie old enough to be riper of eon-umption. :So writeR.. F. C CntCc.Kirkman"illl' -E-Er the montn in front of the 'ourt Iloiise !'j LY.MAX: I:. IAKS:: .,

Mamma asked what she meant and the little Todd Co.. Kj.HE ,door in Titiisville. llrevard Countv i .JCJst--: *v It 11.1.11: ,

girl answered: "You tolAme that the apples Florida between the legal hour-of -ale. :all i i olicitors for the Coulplainstst.ti

were ripe when they got ineller, and baby IIEAUDOF IT JUST IX TIME the following de-cril: : real e-tate, twit : ', --- ---_ -. _--- -

has got a real meller head."-New York I h:1l1 been about :ices up to die Vll that certain lot. piece or l'an'tlui land ; J1.iSTItt"S S1.1;.

World. with d\ :eiia: whAi I tir>taw the advertieuient with the building-; thereon: erected, :!situated '! Notice: i is hereby given that under an.ll.y!
One day the children's grandmother who I king: and brim; in the town of l,ocklet1 t'. f I virtue of a final decree of -.ale acid t'.r-' l>...-

lives in the country brought them a hen and of Shaker Extract of Root- in the County of llrevard, in the State of ,i ure rendered l hy the Honorable J,.tltl I II.

chickens. They were a great curiosity to the or Sei:!el's Syrup. After u-ins: four bottles Florida known a* block number ten 110 t ). ln'oaie, Judjre; of the circuit court "t the

children who had never seen a hen and her I waable to attend to my business being a part of the nurth-we-t quarter. f n I I I Seventh Judicial circuit"!* the 'IJtt': : ".Ii

chickens before. Charlie listened with aston well I know w ', of the south-east quarter f is t- |11) of | Florida on May it)th, .\. l,. l".v in." "r".
ishment to the clucking of the mother to her a- aever: ofeveral eae'of -ertin1 in township twel1t ..ti\"c ((2south ->) 1 tain cause in chancery thertinndin.r| : i"i

brood then appearing to solve the mystery chills and fever that have been cared of range: thirty-six ,lotfi: ea-t, ljounde! :i the dn.nitt.urt of IJrevard county and t t"f

he exclaimed "Old hen's got the hiccoughsl" by it." So writes Tho- Pullum. of Tay. and de-cribe follows, to-vit : Beginning i I the circuit aforesaid wherein Harry r'isher

-Boston Post. tellt.'yal'o.la.; < ,. tat i <'ura -ce for terms and at a point on the northerly side of Ryder : complainant and Jefferson I uyler i-'i"
This small boy while out walking the other *. I* J < u c1"iCt."d. : ourajrentwrite avenue, formed by the intersection of the I Pendant, I as master in chancery will! sIifor I
'rata' f:stoyottbelownamed
day, became much interested in the movements \VOUTU TEN iOI.L.Ub.UUTTLE, .. easterly side of Alphatreet: with aid cash to the highest: bidder on M"inljyJuly

of a lot of feathered beauties headed t I .: t" f1I:.-::.-"!:. I;.'!''", "h '\..Jr.'itJ.' !! \ .t.rrJ t'l1'1': : tI r:.,!I'' t'\ northerlyule of Ryder avenue and running I 2nd. .\. I). INV*, the ?' ante l'wx: : tierfirst

by a handsome rooster, which were crossingthe Mr. Thomas P. Evanof the firm ofKan '-:: :.; :;.j '.J t ::tl :J'FE C.4.l.AS. thence'. northerly and along the en-ter- I Monday in the month in tn.ut''f th-'

roadway just ahead. They got over in : t1 Rro. )MerchantHornt '_:- FrLA\TA.GA: TE..(. I ly -ide of Alphatrt et two hun.lreil 1 feet i| court house"door in Tittt-silk, Bntarleounty
..S"." t -C''t.; Ai::. r___. AI! "OC CA tai -
but of the fowls had L the side i of .\ hfluri
safety one a narrowescsp.3 --- southerly venue" V, thence Florida l l-etween the legal:
,
from Accomack Co.. Va.. writethat he had! ___ ____ ___ e.i.ice.dt__h_ __ _ _ l'a'tl'rlawl al"naill : i rt.tI'-
being run over by a passing southerlyide! of of sale all the following; described

team and her frantic attempts to flee from beenick with digestive disorder i for .\dlnillih'atu.Guardian's avenge UA" and parallel with Ryder : tate, to-.."it : All these .... rtaiu lots "t hi.1|

impending danger excited him considerably.Just and had tried lhti'si- \otice.T avenue two hundred feet to the weterlvide i i lyin' and l Mn;* in the county of I'revanl;
as she reached the sidewalk the rooster many yerr- many >> "H H'h'Hil if tuny nmcrrn. : -i of the public highway, thence souther and State of; Florida and described :|' tul.i l.I l.

crowed lustily and Master Bert turned to the cianand medicine- without benefit. Hebejran Take Notice that six tunth'after date ly aluuht., '. weterlyide! ofnid i lows, ti-\vit : Known as per plan of InJ'J0

.Historian, with indignation in his: tong t4> u
"Uncle uncle" he cried "isn't that rooster or Sekel's Syrup about the 1-t of Jan.. S.Jones. County Jmljreoi Urevanl County, street: two hundred feet to the norlherlv clerk's office at Titusville llnvanl: count>.
naughty to laugh at the poor ben sof-Boston Florida for my final discharge from my side of Ryder avenue, thence we-terlv I Florida as! west half of lot number sevcoI

llecord. lS.7.old wao much better in three administratorship; of the estate of Sarah along the northerly side of Ryder I; ((7 ', number twenty-three' and lot nun::

weeks that he considered himself F. Woolfi'.deceased, and from guardianship and with ". ." I. being \n "I
practically my avenue parallel avenue \; two i her twciitv-seven ( :7I'\ and a .
HOW TO BE HEALTHY AND WEALTHY of WilliamxI11'. late an infant 'hundred feet to the ., the northwesti"1
a well man He add : I haveat place or point of the northeast quarter of
but now of full aire. beginning.Witne! i iterof section thirty-thrtv ( iKJ1 I. tl..wn"b: '!'
Da ehtirfuL: "A light heart lives long." this time one bottle on hand and it I :
Dated this Jnd t.13oi February A. D. hand and-eal this tll1rty-oI.l
:- mv 2Sth day. i twenty.four ,til'st.uth' of range
Don't worry. "Seek peace and pursue it." could not get any more I irovld not take n lj>S. ofMav" .\. I>:"lWALTEK*-,-. 1 (:S t ii I e"a>t. Witness my hand and seal dll'

Never despair "Lost hope is a fatal dis ten doltir bill for it. JAMES M. P. POOL, S. d UAH AM, j ::olstdav liar, .\. !>:, lti4lti'.14TF.It *.
ease." Administrator of the estate of Sarah F.11'.eiltL Master! in Chanl'erH. .\'. lot; : S. UUAJIAM. ,
All druji-ts i oradurc--. J. White.
; : deceased and ofWilliam L. GVULDEX.Complainant's. in chamvry.
"Work like a man but don't be worked todeath guardian Mater
." Limited :W.irren :St.. N. Y. : WooltK: a minor. :lit';t. .!". ,;.;,( ;''JotKsAViili.nns.c.t .' : "'' "4.lieit'rs.



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FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1SSS. '

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ODDS AND ENDS.A L. C. OLIVER. F. T. BUDGE.QLIvhR XOTICI

I.AXD OFKICE at tainovill\.. )
highly cultured and very popular pastor & :Bt7nGDealer May I!). 1SJ<. i i'
the singularly lUappro-
of fiarrisbtirg Il'a1"9 NullL Notice i is Hereby given that time llow-
pri:1t.c nune of innanieil settler has tiled notut of his

A lot in Denver that was purchased by an inGEORGIA intention to make tinll'r\or) in -supportof
early'e r for S-1 and a revolver sold the his claim and that said proof will b.*

other day for 10000. made before the (ierk of ( Ireuit Court. '

Miss Olive Green and Ivory White were PINE LUMBER at Titn,,.m". Fla.. on July 14. iJ\-.4;*. .a

wedded jn an Iowa town recently, Ilev. Mr. viz. : William 1 ). Owen of'Utiu iaiia.Kla. .
Black performing the ( .. D. S. ltdk)). for the lot, 1 and i. set-.

brothers and Meters from a family of C. township south and lot ,'; .&utI...
Vine attend the same school in Clarence SHINGLES AND LATHS. section 31. township i 3 *south rang ;:Teat.

ten The eldest is 30 and the youngest; 5 .
3jich. .
lie n:1ueIht' following wttn. * years old. I i General S3Iaz'ca.'wa/2e prove his continuous ro-Meinv UH'II.U..1
tree that was recently cntdown
relvrood,
A ? cultivation of. sai;: laud vix : t
Colo., was tiOO feet long and
Humboldt,
near Irving n. Ili-e.wk. of Horti. Fla.:
one and 20 the otherat
10 feet in diameter way Henry Fish, of lieor iana. Abraham L

the stump) Sash Doors and Blinds ; Stoves Tinware and Crockery. UruiuT.; of ( ;ieor,iana. Itt'mt'rt.11'1) ?
A scheme is under consideration for tunnolJJ of Ul'oriwFI:1.: .

! the volcano Popocataiictl through the ."> >. C. TtCM'.i:. Ui' Ut >r.
wall of the crater, in order to reach the deposits -
the p AIl'TTS A D OILS .
inside mountain.An '
of sulphur '
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Omaha paper alluded to a number of I.AXD OFFICI at (.iainesvillr. Fla. >

prominent and influential residents of the Refrigerators Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezers May:!. I> '. >
city as old timers but the tyj-es got it "old Notic i is IIl'fl'hivt'li that the iolhnr-

terriers," and the editor had to apologize.The -nainetl settler l ha* tiled t.otiee of hi.

body of a squirrel burned to a crisp" Screen Wire, Screen Windows, Screen-Wire Doors. intention to make Baal proof in support

was found inside a glass globe of an electric oi his claim and that said proof win be-

lamp at l Springfield: Mass., the other day. u.ide helon Clerk of ( ireuit < 'ourt. atritusville.

The query ii', how did the squirrel get into POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES.TITTJSVILJL.K. Fla.. on .'nlv .';nl. 1>:.:>. >i/. : )
the globe Xbraham L. Urnner. of (;t-.rianl. Fla..

A man of l'tterful1y half of them n. S.i.*l. for the lots 3. .I and .".. JMH297 -.
: FLOIID
named ZaN-discoffokenonischi, is getting outmecimensof tp.) i.:: south, ranjje .'57 ea
the carboniferous era in Hchu"I.un naiue.-i the tullouinit> '.-sts o h-

county for the slight remuneration of prove hip continuous ro;iilfiut' IIIJt)n.
about f 1 a lay. New Lurn.ber: Y-ard. :cultivation of. Irving D. lli COl'k. of Ilorti. FLt.; l
J. S. Margerum, Washington, I'a., has
-- iVilluni 1) Owen ot (;cortiutat, llennr
tl
that was made in 174S. It
an English gun Fish, ot Oeoririann.. 1 K. 1 H. Hur..lti..L '

was soldier taken, who from was the killed dead in Ixxly the retreat of a British from All kinds of Pine Lumber Dressed and Undressed Cypress and Pine of. Ueorgiana.S.Fla.t C.. Tl'CKKR. legl-trr.

Mass. IS 17 75.
Con:ord, April ,

The Pilgrim wharf at Plymouth) his>been
used for a coal yard for years. The lease ex- Shingles Laths etc. etc. XOTll'I:.

pires soon, and the Pilgrim society proposesto LAM OFFicKattiaiiiosville. Fla., >

make some radical changes. Plymouth Special attention in'll to all onkrHh''r Trade Solicited. Yard located on the South Side of 3Iay 12. 1SSS. i )
Notice i is that the
Rock is at the end of the wharf.An hereby given follow-

army officer living at Orchard, Neb., Railway, West of the Grand View Hotel 1'itusvillc.I ill have discovered intention to make final proof in support
to
is said to a plant common
the country which has the property of converting -viT. : ::E3ATCBlE.rT A4.t "Ali: t. of his claim, anti that sail proof will. IH
milk into butter one found of the ....... y ; made before the Clerk ot Circuit ( .nurt.It .
Titusville, Flon l.'J: 1SSS
former making the same amount of the : : .luly tvie.
: Thomson I' West, of .liipiter. Fla.,
latter. TROPICAL AND SUB-TROPICAL FRUITS AND FLOWERS.
TITUSVILLE II. E. 17G1G. fur the lots 1 and _'. .'{ and .t,
There is still on the statute books in Rhode .
Egyptian Queen Pine Slips. see. itownship 3t) stud rail!::c 12 ea.t. ,
Island a law forbidding the smoking of a
He names the following time--esto
cigar on the main street of any city in the : 1 \r11 1) XLT-I S] iu1Es. prove his continuous re-ulence upon ami
state, and in Vermont the smoking of a cigaron FURNITURE STORE.NUTAN
cultivation of. !'aidluu1. vi/ : t
tho street is made misde .. ..
on Sunday u
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( nv IVas, $l. ,,) per' luishel.C Eugene Woillard. of Jupiter; W. S.
meanor. Tanere. of Jupiter; Thomas Toniau. of
Says an imaginative statistician: If 'ATA I AX;UE MAILED FREE. TERMS CASH.JOHN : .\ ikons ; .John Ifoberts, Jupiter. Flo.:

Texas were a circular lake and Franco a circular B. JIKACII, Indian Kivor Nurseries, East: Jlelboume, Fla. 4 S. C. TLCKKK. Ueirister.LAM ; .
island, the island could lie anchored _
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centrally in the lake out of sight of land, .A. Frosolier, 1OTICU.

twenty-two miles from any joint on the encircling E'tE
shore." 5 7 > OFFIUK at Gainesville, Fla.. >
PROPRIETOR. .. : : April 2;:. is";. i
A fisherman: at Orrington, :\fj., recently ,;: : ; 1i- Notice i is hl'l'eby'n that the tolloxv-
made a catch while fishing fur smelt. -- .
queer """
ing named: settler has filed notice of hisintention
During the big storm lie was on the rh..rullIl 'I
i to make final proof in
lost an as and shovel! through this iC'The ul'portof
Parlor Suites t:: -- his claim and that said d )proof will U-
two ilUl'lt'lUI'Ut.H'ro teat he found in bis _
,. .. .. -.:... ,- made before Register and Keeeirer at '
net w lung afterward.It .1 ...
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:: -w CJainesville, Fla.. on .'ulIl.li. lj Sj?. viz. : i
u said that there is a INY-tofi't* for every Bed Room Suites I !* represents a healthy life .'n,t inch life ac the enjoy Ro,;;well K. Brown Palm ll tch. Fla..
1,0("men, women and children in the United 1'hrouguuutitsvarous-cenes, Who use the Mnith's Bile iJeana.Thi .
rD_ 1) S. Ost. for the X. K. I nr S. lt.. ami i
Status, and that if the expense of carryingthe SmlthN FILE BEANS+ purify the blood, by actin W. h of S. }:. _\ St'e. 1 S. '1'1 4::, S. of R.4J .
mails was mid directly, by the people pro I directlrand promptly ou the Liver Skin and KidThe on inAl Photograph : E.
Beds panel of this
Mattresses,1Springs mic}N. Tlicy consist! of a vegetable (oniliiiiutiou that size jiictura
rata, each citizrnwoutd tOil an avctageof haN no equal iu medical mcicucc. 'rheycuroCon'tiparent on receipt of lOc. m lie names the following witnesses tn

eighty-live cents! a year. tion, malaria, and Ef>'!>i>ej>sia, and tire a oIUfl'uart; 8tumiiiLX8: prove his continuous residence upon and!
Yellow diamonds are made bine of the nguiiiht nil forms of fe,ren*, chills iintl fever, nail: 'toue" St. Lou. Mo.X cultivation of. said land.i/. : Thomas
and llrizht'r; disease. Send cents postage; for it "ani-
purest water, for the time I4'img> by lieingcolored ., pie'ackatgeand tent the TKIJT11 of what zee ay. Price, 25 cents per bottle Jones (gorge II. with a fitmnuni mdcliltle blue fieucil, moiled to any uddrc, potttpaid. liONK ONE 15KAN. Sold by druggists. 1'1a. ; ('harles'iV. Tierce. Jarae
equalized by a rubbing with ('e+tUii on linen. And everything in the FrilMTrilEline. J. *'. a ZI'Z'IX dJ: CO.. 1'KOl'KLtTOUS ST. IiOXJIS, C>P Portel'.ut llypoluxi. Fla.

A magnifying; gl..1will fail to show the 2. "S Ti'CKKU, Regi ) Call and :sec the New Stock
fraud but alcohol, turM>ntine or In-nxine will --

wash off the color. just received.Kcep j J 0 TIC E AOTIt'i' :.

Broad Hippie Ind., has a h\l-t. It i is in
full of metallic and wooden
) -\ supply ; LAXI OFFICE at (. :tiuesvilte,1'la." 1 ).
the form of
a woman, and walks along the

railroad track directly, then out under over tho the water J.lluit\-iIIt-an.1disal'l'ars Coffins, Cases and Caskets. GREAT CHANGE IN PRICES OF GOODS Notice i hereby given.1pri12i that ,hl, .1XSS.folluxv-> j,

New' ; ing-named settler has tiled notice of hi>
Albany and Chicago bruise. Tins is Funeralattended i if desired. All orders makelinal in
intention to proof supportofhis
hero'an aeeiilcatKYurn+tl four cars aoIUlt
) executed and
at -
promptly reaonarates. claim and that said proot'will tJl.lIIal1e
lives were lu t. Embalming llulIl'1 I am pre}arc:
An aged Mitldletnwn, C'onn., ville. Fla., on June 2.:i. Ib SS. viz. : Henry

claims to ha\e travel1 7 1ilOU, unless proach Clay Sill, Sebastian.: Fla.. II. .F:. 12037.for ,
over 4,,00 sermons jierforiiifd the Inarri.te; BEAUTIFUL RIVER FRONT MEN'S' BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S' CLOTHING.FORCED the lots 7,1) and 10 of Sec. 10, Ti). .31.S. .
ceremony 870 times, the U-iptisinal .1"t.m..uy R. 30 E.
1,233 tunes and delivered .V.G funeral discourses. : ,
AT He names the followingitncsse* to
The largest sum he ever reY'eiveoI prove his continuous residence upon

for a)'ear'.s labors was SH). Strayer; 'VV'oo1 and: Fur Hats: ; and: and cultivation of, said land. vi/. : Fret!.

During a will contest in rhltinllH"l'unt)-. SALE. i Paul Kreirel, J. A. Dnhois T.aird. of-\e- w

Mil, one of tho witnesses testified tliat the Caps White; and: Nancy: Shirts; bastian. Fla. ; Jotm Laird of .Melbounie,
deceased had on tine occasion w ritten a letter Fla. ; Chas. F. Lathum. 3Iicco. Fla.
and read to the UndOI'WCar. :E1osiory" Nock- 2. S. L. TfCKKi:, .
it rats in his house, warning land be l.'egiter.OTICI
:!(;J.J :acre: of lai .dlllry :intifullyitnatcd
them from the premises. IIt-furth.'ru"'l.It on Indian River. Gives at least wear. Trun..ks: :n..c1.v"a1isos
that tho deceased had told him that he U'- ,
a quarter mile river front. Will be sold \ :.
lien.d the a great many of the rats hail heeded at lea-d() per cent le-s than: any landof ': Umbr011as. and: Boots; LAM OFFICE at tJainesville. Fla"l
warning and Id t. '
like nature on the liver. We are |I April 23.: l '. j
Deputy Sheriff Curtis Wellington, Me., I ordered to ell, and sell we must. and Shoos. Notice is hereby given that the follow

cent man,to charged Greenville with the an other offense.day: to He arrest found a I .Addie s or call on fr \" on never yet had such a chance to fret j a lot of goods; fur >o little intention ingnamedettler: to make final has! tiled proof notice in supportof of his

him, put him on the train and then stepping (-has. I). S'I. nioiH-v. Call and sec for vour>clvcs.Indian his claim and that !-aitll'roof toil him
otf fur a moment, was left n''hlt>ltt4lltJ. made before Register and Receiver at

The prisoner got off at theeiulof the journey MJUager (lainesvile, Fla.. on June 15, 1S:' vu. :

walked up to the court house, pleaded! River Real Estate Agency, iT. BR. B.A.U1\. Thomas A. ,Jones Palm Reach.: Fla.. I'.
guilty, jiaul his line, and wa back homo Before S. 210: for the 11'. 4 of S. W. J Sec. 10.

the deputy sheriff caught; up with thefacu TlTt'SMLI.E.: FLV. ;: i Second Door East of Indian River Bank, TiTUSYILLE, FLORIDA. and E. d of S. E. J Sec. 0, Tp. It, S. l:.

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A rich Philadelphia woman, noted for her I. 1HE: names the* following; \vitne<-!>e5 to

Wealth and eccentricity, having exhausted prove his continuous residence i upon and
her finger spju-o m displaying; her jewels, PORTER & POTTER Clyde's New York Charleston and Florida cultivation of said land l, vii : Ro\\ell

*'t"4I'li striking ring on one of her thum .. K. Brown, George 11. Cti.ul ter. Palm
Strange as it apM'ars it is only going lack ton Beach Fla. ; Charles W. l'ierce..Jauiea
old fashion. Two or three hundred years steamship Line. Porter Hypoluxi. Fla

ago it was the fashion to wear a ring on the Real Estate Dealers i" 2. S. C. TUCKEI: : Register.OTICI : .

thumb, and the signet ring was worn on the I The Elegant Steamers of this: Line are appointed to Mile -- ---- --
thumb by tho nobility at a time when the
fingers were devoid of ornaments. l..alH' IVortli. l>atle Co., ria.Lake : FROM JACKSONVILLE, \ :.
LANI OFFICE CJaine-ville, Fla., I
The three children of Tom Dashiell, who CIIEIiKEE, (New). Thursday, June 7th, 30 p n 1 April 23.: 18v. (
U\"l'Snear ortli. 1'lorida the iuo t ttOIkall'att of
taL, liromw ell mountain, Suttt.'rl'\\l1ntY.- the Mate It lies parallelxith the oteau beach, is EMU'OLEetv'). Thuixlay, June 14th, 8:0(1an 1 I Notice i is hereby given that the follow-
** came home from school several nights .'J Inure lout;;. of an A.racehUh of one mile, is CHEROKEE, ( New). Thursday, June ?1st, 00 p u 1 I iJlf -named settler has tiled notice ot his
ying that some big animal had chased connected with the oceau by an inlet and is June .i_ th 1 .')/
SEM1NOLE /Ja
them. No \\bereowrthree-tluart..rsofaluilefr'IUtbeocuu. :, (New. Thursday, : ) n i I intention to make final proof in support
Otto paid much attention to the
The filfhiiis and huutinc, cannot be excelled i*>ui1 I of his claim and that said proof will! If
youngsters
until one atternoon tlru&h tl, I FR.C>:nI.I: FERN AND IN A.
Whit 1'auo. blur fish 'a trout, barracuta. fheephead andother made before .1..1. Stewart Tell of
auj trembling, into the yard, and fish easily caught by trolling
fine being nr En'n'unday Afternoonfterariial Circuit Court at Titnsvllle. Fla.. onJune
gain told their U.ry. Then their grandfather \\itllaut.-t. lli'eraud\\lldtutkt') are plentiful in : t : ;
I'lu-le the woods be\OUtl the chain of fresh water !.), b SS.i/. : Robeit R. Rureb-
John Jicileeltin 1 .over TO pine .\ oi tinFlorida -
old, :years lakes which he west of Lake 11 orth. Beautiful cocoanut I Bell Gcor. ialla. FIt..1). S. liNt. for time
&graU+il his gun and walked down the ;tO-t'.sa..t'iIll".arJU.tal1<mgtbe..lIor'aof. lot '. See. 11. lots 1 and 2, Sec. It :tri
road Cot Train
and in less than Railway and Navigation s ,
ten minutes had shot a the lake and guavas uian ;i>ei. saiudilloa alligator ;
big cinnamon bear. pears pu ar apples. Sj>ankh liuies, Jamaica apple. lots 1 and 2. Set2;i. T. :!,. S. R. 37 I:.

uniannd. settee goorberry trees maumee apples Lcavini Jacksonville at 2lp.. ln.i :. He names the following witnesses tit
oranges
mauiuee s iotaaluioiuls dates thus prove his continuous itleneeupon and
Worthy ur No Ctiiifldeiue. i limes, lemon, citron and all kinds of tropical truits YEiLVsSEEDELAWAUE Sunday, June :3rd I I 1'lJI3s.EE : Sunday, June ltl:I cultivation of, said land. viJohn: .\.
here. This the
dernowerspartseeof is west : oo.1U1d'J
LLLAWAiX
Floridadahfy ) : SuuJ.n.J UlU: U'th | : : Hslteaiuer& I
RoLinM\u-lkown savs. that yens owe Mm eastatld ,: l'H miles .t of tbe" I shipper Charles S. Adams. Irving I>.
t15, Duml ,.. longitude ot Jacksonville This brings; the .Julf > :. are appointe to ail fri>m Tier il I, East: liver, New York, t Ilisc ock. of Horli Fla. ; .\. r 1.. Rrumr.
I to tie Und here than at any other
a DunuVy ( indignantly) donut owe Brown :part stream of the nearer coat., and thus insures the mt e\tn Every Tue-day and Friday at :*> o'clock P. M. ofGcor bllFla..
C\'nl I did owe him 615, but the debt be- temperature t.f any pUce in the United 5>tat*... AI.i iUrjie 2. S. C.'I'CCKEC. lebitrr.be .
cstUe outlawed lat 'n k. Any man who acreage i.. put in garden truck every winter Tbt'tft'lgbt and paenger aeeoutuuxlatiou. are urpasseil. Kvery utteutlonnll
wifl lie like from 15.
toi O WII bui-Lel-t nrly tomatoes be- Siven biisinea-s entrusted tothi..1iUt' .
Tib that ought nut to tie tru. t'\L- I jag grown t \,"\ jta.. w Lii'l. Iritis neat yl.SO to Direct all shipments from New Yoik via L'iy leS Florida Line, I'ierift t. ha,t lin.r.ffa.lJ:1 'oU .
HiL;. ,. ..... intornuition apply to '
imt-lVr < > > "t..1._ .1 jii. -> t- Ftrr further To all vh'jiii it rtiArtra:
per 1..1. I.I.Lh; A' ent.tYruniidina Hi'tySu
,
.ii J.TE.H.:: Ajrent -
.
limas rtc"H\el.leJ't lit* ol all .1t BI pr : ... 1
*s \y. t., .Ju.'k..llu\.ilJ", Fla. after date I wilt to tlw tliani.
\ (riiihr 3II(.tat.e. icy th,, abc\e tirii'. \\u..I.\l' alnl".t..1'! tf Kla. Bay months i'TfHbt
Mu-nrert
Aunt Jane 'tilt-licst'.aidtoFedl. lartmetbn'tngvowwill, ma 'IlI1-n. t,. F.liKU, Trat"e Manager, WM. 1'. tl.\DK\V 1/)., (..F'Ll.T: >., able Minor So J"I**. Frott: 4nl>;t' of Brtrvxrd Co. h
\, twho Iniut!>I-Ua. TltWUn"ond..r '-: I than double the pnrcha-e ;3*. ):roadway, \. T. smttii: : Wharves, Philadelphia i" Lro uIWay, X. Y. : FU .my final aoctmiit- and vouchers of the Mtate..
what makes your cheeks I.,,k so short Lot range time from more 5 to 10 acre, all troiitutg ou money.Lake 1M.. IRuNMONoLK Jr.. (.enema! Tr.'dm011t., Ja.k..onnLe. l'briJ.. i i JOHN- MOOKfc dfce*,nlot flaw county aW Ilk
much fnher final ducUar *** W lmuiUtiat vi **a Ii
Little than mine! Worth. l"t'ieH from JoOto $300 an wrfc Anyone Since last season VENTILATORS have been constructed( en th'iron steamers for th e I for talr.my PUIXCAA D Wa..es. A r .

Roni 'l'111 Tomt so lo v-I.."-Jud.'pose;......it's 'a\'tI*! I b.'n-en' 1 +above wulaii rm.fnitlter information. enclose stamp to the I better transpsrUtiD: :: c! Orasfjss and Vegetables i 1 e TttnsTtll Ha..Jatturj W, IsS's.THE


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S THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, JUXE 7. lSSS.SlI .

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C'I.. COi ..:nx. f -Dance at Wager's Hall, on Monday the 1:itt! in-tant. The entertainment ; POR ''.111: I I IflUlcin River 1

I; evening at 8:30. will be unu-ually good and among the : A tract of land on Indian;! !liver in the Bakery
Local a,lvrU ina incited in tM column for fiveI county of I re\ard. cotriainof >s i
attractions will be several by
,"emu pr 1m each insertion No charge made for I -fr. G. M. Magrudcr, of Oak Hill : specialties acreit bellilot \ II. :;. and :->mh halt w.obtlhonl .U'nue'
'f) .ntr.rOU.dav .. Messrs. C. Khoad- and Geo. Davis the ,
jem tun : c ,
was in town on Monday.Mr. of the northeast quarter of eetion :33.lilUbVILLE.' FLORIDA.iiauuuocK. .
w;will off-r 10 acres nf rich ham !|, latter of Sanford. A- the e two are and lot N,1. :;, being the outhwest 4iuar- Fresh Bread Cakes and
mock ln, froritiiij 16 rods on Lake Worth. on the | L. B. Bigelow iin town and : Confel\1ioner
pact -Me of win' awl in the c >ntf nf tIle f> >ttle- : : favorably known to our play-goers it i i-s : tt'r. of the northwest" quarter lit Section i" nxt.tnts ..n I laud. j,
m nt-a Lr.&lIt fill built trigsite and a pool investment stopping at the Grand View. sufficient full hou-e. The .'>l). both iu t.own Itipl: .4)ttth I. ra _; :)h) < ,
to warrant a i W) TOFIE: t :\
II = ( 'II
Mre Portor FIrltir. | "
for $4.000. 'all on or a< !s I 1.111.111 .
Mr. T. L. Hudnall has enclosed Dr. e:1-t. 'I'bis is: a very tlt.oolrahll'l1t'l'l..t \\11
____._Late__ _Worth_ _u_ _Dackwmity.--- ---r-a. --- -4 I'! managerwill; have out the bill anti : rirh 4luality. suitalle 1I1.1, 1:1'\1' 'IIIF
\\'. 1*. with fence. -on II. [
'II Orndorff"yard a new : TU UJ"EI
J TTEXTIOX programmein a few days. for the rai-imr: ; Ili'all tropical tru1th .
t MerA.. L. Hatch and L. B. Den- 1'rtlt''', 1"..11... I'wm. +. "h' "' ". /
J I Mutiny i 1' citiynx of Tifuscilleycillle -Mr. (J. B. Humph las made the nec- : situated 1 at the I : N'arroxxnear I Kno potoffice. care antattrunun. .liltrr'.r\uu.lulRtth rcr?
nison, of City Point, were in town on: i Willell cheap I f..r ca-h.: I I For Iir.ilttnu! :.4 K.X""_" ., t'4. ,",'"hi, ttlr atwK.
hill Iff morrow (Friday) evening, at I es-ary arrangements and let the contract i '
particular-addre-
Special Prices for Hotels, Restaurants
Monday. :
the corner of ll'aahingtonmite and Main for an addition to his mammothtore : E. \\ 'rtcSei '

ttrccl, to jterfcct the arrangement, pro -Me ;rs. D. S. Dlckaun and C. I:. which will fronton Wa-hington avenue.It },. :;. I'ili!,!,, 'I la.:., t lie tt'ritll:. I'ropril'tor.:

'4 gramme awl ermrtiom for the Fourth, and i Cook, of Ilockletlge, were in town on ; will be attached to the north side of .j. rum IL\Ii., I'H'M... u'.

nil the cilteiu, inerrhantf, dr. are}Iar/ir'u-I Monday. :,. his main building and will be about l, x.'Jo:; ;,, INDIAN RIVER :

hurljreJ1J"4'II and inritrd to "[1ft there inyrtnl I -MesrMcGlaIian: and Hall left Ti- on floor. Thi will be u-ed exclu-ively j RTCALLEsyfflDIHiRlVERBAH.'

diajr" at right o'clock lturp-sharer tu-ville for the summereaon: last: Fri-1: for a millinery store and ladies furnihing j: :

a tltarjtfist. Cow one, mme all, and don't 1 day morning. department; and will be -olely under ,: P I ('Ii I K X S T 1 t' U X I K It. Titus, in'. riorida.

fail to put in anLOCAL a1,1errrvmce. Mr A. Corwin this week for the charge of an experienced lady in the ) A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
to ? tarts / /%/ )_'/'tl/////'/'. TRJLV.2-
i iI millinery line. The front of the building SACTED.F.Y'llaI4t .
to New York where she willpend T
1 a trip .,.
LACOXICS.; I-noxx-prepared: to anything I : in t! .
I of the ; will be an almo-t entire di-play window i iU"ht :m.ioi.i I I"", lel 11",
a portion summer.
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{ Picture line. pioiiipt .ittrntum :liven tn .I1..tl..u... l."lh
I saw your faee the other day, Mr. of Jack-onville i| con-istinr; of the htr_,--t paneof i : lM-siotiutf.l: on til-l in.>rtKi:':,- t..i "'..a'II'! ,
Brownley, arrived ,
1 Ea-t ( and Indian! Kixor ifemi.-. *.''n>''nitM n-aiuiin.im.iuaN.
.\111, love, it xao fair plate gla-: : Mr. E. T. Kedding hathe eon '':It ,.. Im r
in town la t Frit.llIe left for : l'.t allow '" on tnUl..ll'IM n
I ki".ed the lip-th'y said not 11:1)- > ( work in chanre. I a Specialty.
I pre>-ed l the golden hair.I Heath this week to vi-it: Mr. Sackett. !> ; : Ha-theonlyAuthori/edPu .ro(uAMi *; 1OO.O () () TO LOAN:
I Muooth'd the \elvet of the cheek; -u Monday Mr.: Eddie Magruder.of ; .
ha- four-roomed I
-Mr. J. Birnbaum a
I tried to make you laugh ; Kockledge, accompanied by hi- attorney .
Yotdidnotknow-von Onldnot.peakIt ) hou-e which he will rent at a reasonable !' ; : = :,
L. A. Gingras; l'-q.: and a few i..travel-. Order. by mail receive prom j pt ..Vlvammad* upon mailaMfioiiaivrai'
was your photograph rate. The is al-o oflered for -ale.
line .
'iaken hy Turner. friends and witne-ses appeared before 'I attl'lIt iou. --.iult.t.! \)1'0"11 hu-iul'O-OO Irgt' r !li"ruintrd.1)nai.4)u .
9 -Messrs. Leis: Tow and U. (.'. May. all part ol Kun>|M>.
There are quite a number of Grangers Jude; Jone-in the ca-e ot the State of at .h"'L.unn
of Kockledge, were among; the arrivalon .1M. Hamilton & Co., T ITrwTITUSVILLE rall'-
in town tin week. FK,rida v-. Honell Tituaction brought; : \.II"I.tl'1I1 ath vnna/
} the steamer Kockledge! ) on Tueday.Mr. by Mr. Magruder again-t' Mr. Titus for a FLORIDA haukin:* h'',>rfllllliol. !> nlt'loI..1.' I.l '
-The STAH may be obtained at )Ir. i. | .
ChaL.: Stewart, of Tropic, gave : ca-e: of a--ault and battery. The evidence 'tJtItoI'UXIH'XT: .. Intl.( .1..1.,1\ 11:. ,
t .JU'k..n\.ll.- 'rh! .ah..art\\ Vun.iu
(;ray's, next to drug -tore. \\ ::11) !PI-III'I'; :in :
our sanctum a vi-it Monday morning and ;( introduced was wholly from wit I Iktnk; N.-w \ ork.i ;.

Invitation Ball, Wager's Hall, on .1 renewed l -ub-eription: to the :'T.tIt.Air. ': ne...-e> on the part of the State: and the I i Indian River C. :
o.
Monday evening next. Entrance, 7oe. Oysters BAIG-HT.
( ;J. F. Duren expect- have his I statement of the defendant. From the '
Bofton held service the !| Contractor Builder
-Rev..1as. at
hou-e under in few cla evidence! introduced the coun-el for the
new a I
way _
last I! Ii' I Si I I. I.AKI: xxouru. iin: lot. n \.
Hou-e
i Court Sunday evening.Mr. )Andrew Fro-cher: will lo the work.i*i plaintitl felt :-o sure of :1 verdict ot :; IIoti--'. ol all kind-, built ritlu-r 1 1.1 1.\ '

t Eddy, the new assistant at the -The llcv. Archdeacon ('arpl.'nter, I|I IaccoUlpanil'clly ";;uilty" that his plea to the jury vva- 1 i Green Turtle and ftaiTiP ***y .wa I':04 r un t.'uulnad. ami. \\.r
Service station arrived here lat :: : llu.? ?, any part ot the :Maf l..."d|
Signal brief. ( 01.! ( ;iauiden clo-ed with an
)Ir. Allan Campbell, of' very I .
work ir :'rauIe.Ml.. .\1.) a t.-w IIOIIMt ',
week. .Ill onU-i-tt ill ivrt'i.r prompt :tail tiiiflul at. .
Melbourne, left ftlrmfonl: on Tue-duv. j oratorical eflort for the defendant in <:ntion, \\ hHii,'.i' 'IA t<'h'-tupl, : tor sale in loud; hUltlUS, at luruumI ; :
'l -The Board of County Commi-sioners. which he rever-ed the care in Millie re I letter.o l"'I' lII. i7; : pric..s. :-'!-;;
There was no meeting of the Fire
were in session this week. Proceeding specttrom that which it wa- intendedby !
Department on Monday even ing. If thi
ar will be found in another column. the pro-(''tlti1Ill. The jury retired and TITUSIOUSE A. L. Hatch & Son.
lax intere-t i is continued we may expect I ,
r l -Mr. J-:. S. Hamilton and )Ir. John that the oflicer:* will get di-cotiragwl and Ito I short: time returned verdict of 'not I 1 III-\U.IS: i\:

Walker started for North Carolina onTueday it l guilty" for the defendant. Titusville, Indian River, Florida.
give up. : DRY GOODS
for a visit of about six week The first -ervice held in the new HOTIULarge
-Mr. E. J. Xe-bitt, of Micco, was in : ,:. nuJ1'UIJ'u'hu'. 1
Mr. L. U. Decker left Tuesday I Epi-copal Church--t. John'Thur.
town on Monday to perfect hifinal I II
morning for a trip to Penn-ylvania: proof before the clerk of the court lli- I day evening; last wa- pre-idef over by I I Airy Rooms : Excellent ""Ctrl. Hardware. Crockery. SF1-

where he expects to ::,spend few weeks ,on, Mr. \\". J. Xcs itt, wawith him, also I Bi-hop Weed, and the building wafilled sine Stationery.cines. Garden Family SetJs.Thi .
Archdeacon I
with relatives. )[eo srs. Clementi and leach, the la-t to overflowing. Carpenter
a.. -ted in the service, which, fur the xxcll-knoxxn I llou-e inoxx :
-The propo-ed Citizen wharf in op- two acting as his witne.:'e-. : -notCllOlUhj, GROCERIES,
benefit of several who could not po-sibly i I'f
1 position to the J. T. & K.11'. K'y management -Mr. A. B. Crawford, of Sunbeam, --.- Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers.
attend early, was held over until alter I
does not seem to materializevery presented! us with sumo! fine specimens of eight U't.'llll'k.ftl'r the excellent- I GRAND VIEW TIOTFIL.t'I'I'l -en"I". ''...OIUU'J .

rapidly. the IVen-to peach last Friday, grown on .. .
--- -- -- -- -- -
delivered the four candldate
mon by Bt-hop,
-We had the pleasure of a call from his high pine land place which he calls i
confirmed under hi- haul! :
were -, TITUSYILLE. FLA. EACOTT & Co.
Mr. It. W. Goode, proprietorof that well- Mount Acme. He all brought in the ,
MiseAlbine and I Aline
the : : Kijger, i,
known report, the Soode House, Vela largest water melon- of the -ea-on.: I 11- T'TI-S\.I'.I...:. 1'Lt..
Miss lludnall and MiPritclurd.. |
tJournc, .esterda. Sheriff:! Bowman returned from down I About ten candidates had }pieparedforj! TUs most caw, located Hotel! id i l City TIN & SHEET-IRON WORKERS.

=The Frost Line brought up a cargo the rher yesterday, in the sloop Houri, confirmation, but they were not all pre- !i -0-

of 14,000) pine-apples la-t Friday. Capt. where he captured a negro named David
while hesitated the
Cent two at
one or } -:'
NEW (0 e-E. FIU--T-c-\| : 1rT'I'EHl: (: KOOFlMi.
remembered the Sr.vu and Ca-on who i arrested for and ,
Hawley stealing la-t moment. The altar had been ta-ti-! EVEIY RK>i'KtT.:
made us a present of one. killing cattle belonging tnIr.: Jame- I ly decorate l with llowerduring the I L 1/1 I 1/(I//II!'",./11I'II'1' lili
(_) all the round. Fahie I niirpaed. -
-Kill at Wager's:: Hall, on Monday 1'aine, at St. Lucie. lie waarretetl at afternoon by the ladies, and, with the i pen : .year lath RoomFree.. II''fl'riciAL ''. :

evening next, June 11th. Present invi- Georgiana.The neat anti attraetive interior the church, j
I jatKtrded
tation at the door. Dancing to ('( :o'telIll'rr-tUnita i i- once more ; ( an inipie ive and! lovely picture. I j Ihh'.. $:.:)n .%% ':;.oo ,)('I' ua) : Galvanized Work & Rcvairin[ of all kinds.

mence at 8JJO. Entrance, 7r.c.Dr. Jln-I' back: to Titu.-xille arriving here from I The next service will, probably, :? UAIL-> l'l'lmK.. -- .
I I-ot-aliou : II.\1> s.. ., tear Kiu-r.
I F. H. Houghton left for down New Smyrna last Friday. Counting the be held! the third Sunday of this month, I ./. .::l. .,IfIl\ L /: /j t.. Profi-H-lor. ; \\

the river yesterday morning, where he llocklcdge there are six -teamers: at Ti- of which timely notice \\ ill be given in :

leas feveral patient, lie will return on tu \'iIle'iz, : Ilockledge, Georgiatia; 1'ie- our clllumns.! ) I
BOBBINS & GRAHAM
Saturday, and probably leave for the olata, Waunita, Cleo and H.-Waile- I ,

north on Tuesday morning. Line. GREAT REDUCTIONS.i ...
.....
Rumor- rife about the -
-Two new boats were received on are shootingat

Monday for use in the Signal Service.Mr. Cocoa, on Monday or Tue-day, between I.\)1 determined to educe my stuck i REAL ESTATE BROKERS & LOAN AGENTS.

T. J. })l tell hell started down with a white man and a m'gro.s the and make someweeping reduction

: one of them on Tuesday, and made the i accounts arc conflicting we will await I prices of goods, already sold clue, for ,

run to Seba-stian that day. Mr. Herseyhai the true particulars. Sheriff Bowman I ca-h down. Good for liO days only. If i .

retained the other at this place. will start down to-day with a warrantfor | you wish to -ave a little to tide you over 1 I LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD.

of the the the dullne call and inve-t
T.I I one parties.It summer : I
The belonging the J.
pile-driver
& K. W. Hy. Co., i is being! cleaned up rumored that a man named at once. It will pay to lay in a good Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to 24 per cent.

and put in order for work. In a few Young started yesterday: for the Hauls -upply. "; Choirf lot- in cipidlx .:L'io\xiim; l'ull'lls. xx ill nt inxt.:-t.'r-: tU1ld( | I

she will start down the river for over in a boat which could hardly be Best quality, full weight, 'Jib.: tomatoes cent in txxclxr nn nth-: !
days ...,............................... ........... l'. c. '
the purpose of driving piles for wharvesat called staunch or seaworthy, and that ItoidiMlrr: bitin Titl-x( lV"lili': : q) ill to # HlClo.nl.illl' ) >.

different places between this place and up to yesterday evening he had not arrived I 20 Choice ct-at: .sugar corn, former price l.:>c. ; \ :" lntirntu $:!.-Itl) tll :!.: NI.

Jupiter. there or had not beeneen at all. I ..... ........... ..
I F vap. apples .. ... 12 1 L'.
It is feared the boat capsized: duringsome I Agents for Florida Southern Railway Lands.
-.l1lemail-huat.frlHnt.au:1..cral. on Evap. pears, former price uUcts.. 2
of the sudden -quail-.
Monday, brought uonie fine Peen-to I E'ap.pr l.'Ots, ? 80ct... 2Uc.Dried 1

peaches, grown by Mr. ILSackett, at -:McrT.: Hatchett & Co. have removed -, apple, ? 12ict, V.i 1 More than :UJOO.CJuo.1'0.;- ulThuirv Lan.ls, h>,-;tte-l in in-ailyevf-rv

Heath. The flavor of them i- ahl'of their tock of lumber from the old ;i Dried l'eacbc'c.. i j county in the Stateuitahle for Farming; (;ruing; Fruit awl l Vc'getablr:

Base Ball of the Grand j.J; l't.Hvin-Piue. (" : : and Cedar Thnl...-... 'ric SI .Acr and
any we have ta-ted. We hope to see : grounds vve-t i| A !lot of cranberry sauce, nice good, ; ,ypn'o ] per
View lotel to the lot at the of former ; upward:,.
this (delieiou fruit grown in large quantities I I curuer price Uct-, 2"c.

on our river.Mr. Broad street and Wa-hin ton a avenue.i I T lb. buckets: jellies....... ........... GOc. P. O. IoxJoO: Tituxille. Florida.

J. T. Cleveland ha* charteredthe near the railroad depot, which is a better ; ">lb. preervejam-, and butter-, I I
I location for receiving and di-po-in of former price $1, 7"c.i .
large schooner Manatee from Me .r-. ; i A. A. STEWART, GEO. M. BOBBINS. WALTER S. GRAHAM.
Two bkt .
lumber and other material. gal. :" pickleformer prie1s.
building ,i
; -
Parties and Zcllers and will deliver i MI -
anti I I >, ... Sl.I .:!.'.. C'lerk ( rl'uitJurt.. Atty. at Law.

haul freight, lumber or produce from the ,! -MisN. T. iili-on. Mr. and Mr. J. I '_lllbb. kit mackerel, former price '

different points on the rin'r.11 bu-i i P. U-her and L. C. Usher, of City Point ; :3JIII, $1.;.jo.i BREYARD ABSTRACT OF TITLE COMPANY.Complete .

ness entrusted to him will have hi- careful ;I were \isitor- to our town on Tuesday. :i, Keduct-oui on many other goods too

and prompt n.dJres him Judge r-her ha- a fine orange grove at numerous to mention.Ou llr<"
i .ibsfracts of Title fiirnishcd to all land in
at Titutville.We City Point, and i. al-o quite a promijient winter or dark !styleof calicoes, \ ail count: riorida.

learn that Mr. IS. W. Andrew.ha .-* I man, having held a high po-ition in the : ;goods worth ;'l'. and >e., will ell for .>v.

resigned as purer of the steamer i administration of national affairat Nw lay in stock for fall and winter. Titles Examined and Perfected.Box .

Kockledge, to take effect the 1-t of July.After i 11'a-hington; under Lincoln'- admini-trn- Keduction-, sweeping, in fancy colored
shirts and wool over shirk.ReductionF 2oO, Tituoville, Fla.
that date we l'xl'l.'ct to see friend tion. in clothing, bats, -hoe- and

Andrews locate himself in Titiisville. In : -We made a palpable error in one many other iroods.Kememl .
. WTT! ATTENTION!
losing his scrwee the J.1'. .x h.-- U. -lly. : of our locallat week: in stating that er, a dollar saved i i- a dollar VV _U CALL THE

and 'Mr.r Pearce wife of Pearce of made.
management partwith a capable Engineer
My stuck is too large: and mu-t be re Cf the people of Indian hirer t.> ourtock of t,41dwhich ; -.
trustworthy man. and his place will be : the Roekledge watopping; at Mr<. L. duced. ue are niitriu at very close: murem.:

difficult to fill. : II. Decker'It have read )lr-. Yours truly, \\'e make a --pecialty; ofGroceries

-Mr. Sirimgeour ha just completedthe : Price, of Jacksonville, instead. .\- Mr-. GEO. B. RUMPH.

: Pearce, of Southport, N. C., is a regular
mounting of a fine specimen of the | -- ---- -- ---- Grain and Flour

dancing owl for Mi: Leone Decker reader of the Sr.vn, we truthe will excuse liucltlcu'- Arnica Naive. Hay ,
The l e-t salve in the world for cuts, ,
I the mi-take which
placed our esteemed
which i is to her frum her
a present k ot
brui-e-. ulcer, :-alt rheum, fever +
-ore- lar'it"
II Kockledge friend in such an Ou \\ Lii.he u !iII\ iri\e :pedal lucMiiiit-. UV:: cam .1
father. The beautiful
naturally plumage Mjretetter chapped hands: chilblain-,

of this specimen of the feathered j awkw3rt.ll\n-iti"n, and lay. the blame to corn-aud allkin: eruption-, and ,,":oi. GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, ETC.,

tribe, aided by Mr. Scrimgeour's dexterity -: Us.i tively cure pile, or no pay required.It 1 it greatly toThu.
guaranteed to ;give perfect sitMac- Which I we are offering; at low li ure". -( nee,lirihoe- will fie"'
in the art of Taxidermy, makes it i IThe entertainment for the benefit of lov.We .
their interest very
I 1:, tiitn or money refunded. Price 2" cents to ;rive u-, a call as \\eare -ellinghoe; 1
appear a thing of life and beauty, even the Fourth of July celebration will be per box. For ale by all drug storein will be pleased: to quote prict- at any time. 1

though it may not lx a joy forever. 1! held at W.urer'Hall. on Friday evening; Titu-.x-ille and on Indian H \'er. E. I,. :BR.ADY': dE BRO.




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