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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 14, 1888
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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Report of StlpCi-IIIIendent of A Vi!'Ilors Opinion of Indian fount)' ConmiissioiH'iV" 1'ro- Our {; irh. Etc. ()3.Ic"r Culture. m I

Public Sc-Iiools. Rivor.CAXULEII cc'eding', Editor: Florida St
Co. Srni. Prn. Is.-: Hoard met Monday, June 4th, with CHICAGO. ILL.. June t' .','. t
OFFirn) FLA., June :th. j jEditfjrofthe ,15 nj thf Florid .'t'lr: ,. I
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June 11th, ] quorum pre-ent: Sin,-I have, through the courtesy ofa
Florida Ftur DELXU SIR. Alxnit three week since
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Tifutrilb' : : Order No. 1.-The petition of lJ. F. :: friend, had the plea-ure of reading the ,
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Elifflr'nt : I Ixurded the (;ioo", Jamey KueHs
DeAnmHwing: jut; returned i Capt. *- t
.ttkin W. Smith and other for
T.
: -on, : ,column- the STAU and with much intere =
Will in -
Mr.. EDITOR,- you findI'we late intent 'S,.
from a visit to Titu-ville we will write : purchase, upon gratify't
of road between Titu-ville
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for the annexed statement change public \t -t indeed, have watched the outcome :
Tour columns j jof I a short article for and hope 1 j ing; a long-felt desire to ,'i..it'uur tar-
your paper and and LewisA.
and The LaGrange wa- accepted. I of the que-tion of "Our (Jirl*; -What '
;school revenue expenditure. ]j it will be acceptable to the reader of the '! Colcman. Geo. 31.1Gbbin and C. T. shall i I I famed Indian River country. To say ,
: we do with them f >
glance apjtfars cxces-ive, but arises I j STAU. Our visit wa !short, and it was I j commissioners t that I have been agreeably disappointed,
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McCrory appointed
each of i were I read the articles to nn signer and's
from the fact that year part not ible in the hort time we : (. far aI have proceeded, would be but ; 1
i po spent to mark view and layout aid! road 4'
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unavailable fur immediate | '. : ;a-ked her opinion : her reply was" Let
the tax is I on Indian Hirer to !see a- much a- wa. and to thi- Hoard with j faintly ex pre-:-ing! it. Indeed. Nature 1k J
the amounts received from report proper ,us alone ; we can take care of our-elves. I
use. Also our de-ire to see, but what we "aw convinced without the ha been more than lavi-h in beslowinj* 1
description to
: expense Ahe: has done -\) to her own happinessand
is about SUM;+ and from
the Comptroller) us that that I jortion of the State 1 not only her many \lril"CII"mtil! >, but ( I
al nut $125 I in excess of county good I do not see any reason why :
mill tax I j hadonated favored
thi '
the one known as the Indian liivcr country i is : Order No. ').-The bid of lleuben ,others :-hould l interfere A'' Kmnteou-ly to
estimated receipts from those source- I anyway. section th ,-ub-tantial ,elements cb ;'
the destined to Income at no distant day the i > : : ,
.'reek
Carlton for a bridge at Ten-mile ( '
': level-headed girl-and there are
with the law requiring many
conformity when, the brain ,
j riche-t: and mo>t section of : Five-mile' properly developed by
prosperous for $140, and the bridge at
!. I will attend to her own welfare better
uniform series of books.
of :
the adoption a the State. The fame of this wonderful j and mu-cle: of man cannot fail to male: I Ia
Creek for $133 aCl'eptcll.aid:
were than managing:: Smie of
Instructors I any person. f'
Hoard of Public conjiracied j jj and the
The country has been familiar to the writer bridge are to be completed within i>Il odays. the country prosperous peoplehappy.
with llobt. E. Park, agent; for arguments are certainly very laughable .
for many sears: but upon seeing it we j .
j and had I the time and disposition
\ Hlakeman & Co., to u-e their i ipublications My motive in thi t
Ivtson principal taking
felt like "The half ha not '
i exclaiming; > j Order No. 3.-Dr. Wil-on wa- delegated I
: I could
write a cru-hing! reply to thoelettcr .
4 with the exception of f:1rn. i j I ito the bed 1'
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I trip explore ;
'! been tohl."c have read your excellent to meet the South Florida Hoard j -. oyster particularly ..1
(which will IK furnished by ('Iark I in this immediate section. Having 't '
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mats: which forth the
sets
paper so ably of Health at Orlando on the 14th. i'I i I am highly pleased at the true replyuad ) .

and Maynard Head and Kellog's, erieol.I': advantages of this !section, but not until Order No. 4.-Report of A. Hoi ton for :\ : spirit of "A Widow," and I am confident ;' engaged in the bu-iness, when quitea
terms; of said contract ( I 'outh-nt than ten ofageuotwithtanding
The it did realize that the 'I more years'
we saw
we fully
the of bridgeon Malabar
completion J:
to purchase new books at introductory t she is just and right in her reply i ito j worked ( >
pupils !I Indian liver country wathe best partof I road wa accepted and filed, and $2o was, ''( )ur Girletc.." 1 can hardly understand I' : having: at
prices, and exchange ooks in other ..If.'l'nl'atiul1int't' I have .1
always
the State. Having traveled all over i appropriated as balance for lumber, i i : how a I 11
actual life, of dil1'rellt'rh for new of "young .repo..tseg entertained a mania for culture. '
; j i Florida we have decided that Indian etc. widow" oyster ,," _
) can long remain single.
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grade, :,t exchange rate i My explorations to the .'
, .ami- |i Kiverhall be our future home. It vasour Order No. T>.-Whereas G.. S. Hardee, : North here they are in demand in up present '} r
The necessity" for extending I j preference ; have been rather limited have 4'
urgent! av nut
good fortune to examine of '
portion
I a C. B. Magruder and A. L. Hatch] commi to girlwhere they are

:and l fur building fchool-hou-es and j jfurnMiing 'j I the Tunil ulI I Hammock, that part recently ..:--ioneras aforesaid, have made a re- :' not encumbered young with children. Now I1 I thoroughly recovered from the "racket,** 1- .
school supplies* essential: in but have discovered sufficient tit feel .
assured ,
and into fin'al'l' .
opened up platted of their and under the
acts doings ;
port am a bachelor of 8.7 ; I have never had
leaching: has determine the Hoard to (! that though the business U in its
(' Iotfor orange groveand \'egetablefarmbv order of this Board appointing them to !! much thought of marrying a> here the i'
-'tai _. I.I.I". .r..1 ( .t.rnl t ......_ interpri-ing courteous I take charge and care of the interests of jrirls are too expensive, and are looking ;i 1 distant
UUIIIIUt"\: a nut ur t n.t 1 ; future, develop into gigantic:;
llesrs.
"II-I gentlemen, : llobbin- and Hrevard county at the Sub-Tropical Ex-I| {for riches. I will say to the widow that ;
'. .irahani. I proportions, and become a prolificoimv
( 'c asUmishcd that ucll
I were i 1
losition : i I and have not used tobacco
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Of the 10(10(' youths in the county temperate i of wealth and the meant of giving i employment -
11-1 valuable property bas not been improved Aral win rea' they hnctrn'C.I taithj: j for eight years ; I am of excellent i
of four and thousands
the
to remunerative
twenty
I tween ages I (p. thi'. Here we found :-ome of the fully, etHcieutly and economically in | ;New England family, and can furni-h j
; fine" vegetable(' land we have ever ccn. this behalf, and whereas after the great ; best of references here or in Jacksonville !' '
trtion are unable! to attend from inacnMliility James Russell, with whom I am
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:, A fortune await the intelligent truck work they have done there appearby ; and-well, further particulars by !!
but the fail from i and with whom I
larger part at I'n stopping, .
farmer who takes hold here. Itichoil: : their vouchers: to be a deficit of one' \mail 1 if she is so disposed. :' t'
indiflorcncc. will, probably, continue to remain a*
underlaid+l with marl, fine drainage, and j J bund red anti seventy dollars and seventy-1 Hoping correspondent: will find! i! r
I trust that the growing interest manifiMcd your i fltcl'Cm to have miraculously thrown
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naturally protected by the grand exh.amieof : ] eight cents in the sums :appropriated : some happy lot for "Our Girl; *," :,
I by the marked improvement in u.s together for !some rood purpo-e: -if I
waters stretching away north-ea-t to ;, thiHoard to defray the expenses: of a I remain yours truly, 'till I iee you I
ait'rage attendance and the demand for we do both Uy ulfon a tangent occaiun-
the Atlantic, and the splendid fore.tgrmwth : | exhibit by Hrevard county : | this fall. I
proper !
and teachers will I 1 ally-i.s making to build
luujror terms good exit : preparations ,
there i ino better location than ;
j It is therefore or l'retlthat the thanks ; W. ltu'inning HYLTOX, '
nd tu those the I Itt..t interests of their] '(: wharves, oyster-houses, etc., and will
1 till; to engage vegetable growing ; and of this Hoard and of the county at large I. Care of 117 l South Hal-tead: street, !
children. i on the business' next little
+ carry sea-oil a
1 what i N there that pay better than this, are due to said commissioners for their ;:, III. t
Chicago, i
\ The look the, E more cxtl'usi.Jthan it has before
t-ommunity at large upon ; ever -
if good land, exempt frog damaging I j jfronts valuable and gratuitous service in Jacksonville --- -
"cliuoU! j been in this
: of our social prosecuted vicinity.
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apart economy
and good transportation facilitict as aforesaid, and that their re- 1:'lth'ul'al (''eu tu'a. iou. ,' I
Iud I hope that the liberality of our I Not wishing to be prolix, and!, a* I
are combined :t> i i" the case" here in thi- ort be approitd i :.tit filed! a.. part cf the The Eastern:: (vocation of the Kpi- ,
'I'Ile! in all to the | further desire to strain tin
| | matterpertaining: may upon
haimunck within mile of ) Church i in the Diocese of Florida
one your town. j, record tin--; Court. That the sum c.f:: copal |
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1'uf' ,lic welfare will \leml to the more I columns <>f cf"l'C1III'Pfl't.iatlod
| I your
II I.I. In this hammock we saw wild orange $170.78 l ) lie, and the same: i is hereby air was held in Fernandina last week. The
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",nt'WUi provision fur the -elu.ols, enabling I I' paper, I will "shut her oaf! "bespeaking
I trees eight iuclui in diameter, thus proving propriated, to pay the deficit aforesaid C vocation organized on Tuesday evening -
\ time Roam to lengthen the term, I II for the STAI a brighter future in advance -
that these lands the I under the of Itev. Mr. i
conclusively are j as said I commissioner- direct. : ; presidency
the .. towards inereaMiig theireicicnov. I I I of her already career. ,
,..,' urettep natural) home of the orange. The day I It is further ordered that this Hoard Williamof Palatka. The "'session were pmsjHTou5 t
( BI\\I.\
will come when this hammock will be I reeogni/e: with pleasure the appointment held in St. Peter's church. The llev.
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fours loi-pectfullv,
I II one vat stretch of orange gro\es and of G.; S. Hardee, laud., to a place in the Mr. 'no\\'llell, of Maclenny, preached ancXl'dlellt.ermoll : JJait'.1
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JN11. II. : .U(".
,,' vegetable farmWe; have always heard I management of the Sub-Tiopical, and rc-I Tuesday: evening. I On the evening of the 13th inst.. in the

H-IIOOL iivixri that a per!'\.tn could not live in any place Bard it as not only a tribute of respect i, The Convocation met at t>:-jO o'clockon Presbyterian I Church, by llev.: John Foy l

!l 'let.| M., lSX7lalanceon! 1 hand, $78,:!: on any portion of the Indian liver it to a conspicuously honorable and able j Wednesday morning, and during the I ..Ir. F P. Wilbur and Miss Nannie C.

Hth, ** from .1. F. Heed: was ho infested: with ilht"'l'ts ; but we are soil of Hievard. but al-t: as an appoint.i I morning, ion an admirable paper was Holden, both of Titusville. The ceremony -

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"from'h'w- I a time when they were at their worst, andwe and interest: of the :State: at large. j i Ocala, upon the "Relation and duties of j beautiful arch of evergreen: had beenI

art, ('.t'. fines..... 10.00. found to with this dioce-e to the cau-e of mis-
I none compare portion Order No. <;.-The bids for cutting out i:i a missionary I erected from which wasupended a

J n.lth, ISSS, 11 \\". Hall. col. I of the State. The splendid bree/t-s: I the road from Malabar to St. Lucie not i ii sionAn interesting di-cusnion followed 1 beautiful h.ur c-I'IJOe of white rose In 4, .
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rd revenue from otl' the grand old Atlantic go to being satisfactory, the time was. extend-1; participated in by the llev. Mr i front of this arch the happy contple.tuotl: t
:lird: from F.11'. Hall i
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.S col. rc'............. liO.:.!:,. :I make this delightful country one of the j ed until the fir-t Monday in July, 1SS, j Drown, Hl'lr.. Snowden, the llev. Mr. j I while llev. Mr. Foy pronounced them

plcavintc-t to be found We would regard to receive definite bid- 'i iI Williams and others. and wife.
H more man
13th, l\mlptwlll'r...... :.!:H.91.l'h I ,
nth. .. ...... : :!:'.l.(1.. the plll'eh a summer re>ort. We I Order No. ;.-F. A. Houston was ap- On Wednesday afternoon a very pleasant J Mr. and )Irol. Wilbur have the good

l lath, 1-:' \L Hall, col.t found Titu-ville to be a thriving growing j! jKiintetl road com mi ioner in precinct i iI excursion was made by the members wishes of their many friend for a long

rc\'u Ul'......... ... I't.O.III. : I town, with excellent people good | No. 5, in place of John Hou-ton appointed j!|: of the Convocation, accompanied by I' and happy married life together.

\ :.tll, 1-:' \\'. hall, Cc.)!. I :school and churches: and ou every hand j I last meeting. j i quite a party of ladies and gentlemen, to .I --

.:r .. r"l1lh. ('\................. .. [ :!. are numerous evidences that the place is I Order No. <.Ileport of load Commissioner ,,I Dungencss, by the steamer Martha. On I Editor of 1h? Star

)1. :.z. ,luny:, going ahead. And lastly, we congratulate -, precinct No. 13, was accepted I E theme: evening sermon was preached Ur tit 8m-IIl the sTAii of the 3lsl

.hhlge Probate, the people of Titutvillc on having and filed.! II at St. Peter's by the Hev. 11. G J. White, I ult. there were a few flippant remarks
J i ll cs................. 1'J.00. "
ltav. ..j. "C.nul'trn II er, Rltt H> excellent a new-paper: as we consider I' Order0.. 1>.-The following bills Iof, St. Phillip'Jacksonville.. 1 from "A Widow, who Ixja-tingly hay

tax, SS7.......... ;:1;. :.!. I! the I STAR to be. were audited and paid : On Thursday morning an interesting; she is "young, prepossessing" well educated -

). --- :i J.\f.: N. M.VUrllAI.L. I j P. A. McMillan..... .. ............... $22.00. i di-cu:>:ion was had on ")Ii, ionary : and has an account at her bankers

$t, 511. I I John M. Sanders..................... 10.00.( Work," which was followed by a very I I" of a few thousand," which I doubt. '
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r\' IXl'EXIHTrm 1(1(1. H. Humph...... ............... 8.00. l' interesting and able address by the Hev.lr. Now, with these: qualification should

+lie T nJl1ne ?,th, salaries teachers $3,710.$3.Id i j OIUTIAKV.From '' j 1:. H. Wager........................... 29.0O.Hackabav ) Drown on the subject of "Extem- :I like to know what ort of a wi c"vIIC is.

. Supt..... ir 0.00. I the Niagara; FalK (V7 iwe, I I A: Hudtre................ 10.2<. pure Preaching," after which adiscuion !I There are, as we all) know_ various kind

Mem. Hoard..... ;tlU( >O.1| !learn that Mrs. Loui.n.. Allen, wife I I.' .' ................. -, .-,u. followed upon that subject. The ground of young widow, and I am under theimpreion

Postage .fc > t. mry 1(5.50. ;i .of Henry T. .Allen died at the family H. 11. Wilson......................... 9.50. .\ taken by the llev. Mr. Drown was that that -lie )belongs:' to a cia.-s of
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--I, n..., I residence, Ontario street, Niagara FalK : .. ............................ 055. I.1 extempore delivery 1 was not a gift, but widows who are -lovenly at home, well
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$ .. ...,S' 1'y. I
-.J, I Monday morning in the fiftyseventhyear I on.... ...................... 2.00. !' an acquisition easily made I by all per- ; educated in gossip, and too fond of

M. C.lance on land........... $31.2S. !i of her age. i D. Gauldcn. ........... ........... 25.,;;. :guns. In the afternoon the Convocation I flirting. I must ay this i ii the worst
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P. liabilities (estimated).......... $1000.00. )[lrs.Ilen waa native of the eastern .'I Hubt. Morrow....................... 5.00. ,, Vi..itC41melia Beach, w the guests ofI class of young widow a man could meet

\1&r IlE\"EXn (DTUIATE1). : part of the State. Her father, )Matthew]*I .\. Holton, road fund...... ......... 2.).on.i the !ladies; of the Parish Guild, who had : with, for he will certainly discover her

1. aa<*on Land................. $:t1K: P. Dutcher, reside: Soiner-et at the i O. F. I.aney.... ........... ....... .. ... .w". made ample arrangements for a pleasant : characteristics eventually.

IWj-rom one mill tax............... 525.75. age of eighty-nine yearha>ing moved i Order No. 1".-The double and insolvent : afternoon, with rcfreo.hments'ery hand- i j As to a man not marrying a widow

,.('- r tl.tt.......................... W-.C UL-- to this county fifty yearago.. Since her I j, tax: li-t presented to the Hoard Omelycned
r. of bou1............... !\ ;.oo.I marriage thirty-four year ago )lr-". Allen ( by E. tV. Hall, collector, was allowed The return to the city was :somewhat delayed I. assertion, for I have seen many very

--- ha resided here. She l hasbeenan invalid except A. L. Hatch, :$::1" ; John W. Cur- 'I but an evening missionaryervice :: comfortable) home where such ha been
I' $:!.It ...1.j j character heldat the fact-especially where the woman u+
of was
interesting
nted several She wa a lady : a very :
in sclixl huok1........ )00.0.: \ years. ti=, :$1.5U: ; Lewi J. Thursby.! :$2 ; M.
t Pt.1n\'E much respected by a wide circle of :ac Thomp-on, :$1.35.: : -t. Peter'-, at which addrea-ea' : were clean and neat about her home.

- X STATEMENT: .OF ATTEXIVASCE1.SSOS7. quaintances. A husband and three Order No. 11.-Petition of Mt>?r- made by llev Mr. Knight, of St. An Let "A \Widow" t differently by

1.1.es drew's Parish Jack-onville. and ('01. J. showing sue does not belong to the above.
I "lled, crime, -JiHi ar. alien. 25 J. children-Arthur N., Matthew V. and Walton, Fairbanks, and others for a ,

Sadie i F. \llen-mourn the lo-s of a loving J. Daniel. clas, and then, probably. !he may hare
colored, t;; 12.! : change; of public road in precinct No. 15

r 1It4!.. -- wife and mother. She al-o leaves waallowed and placed on file. The ses-ions of the Convocation were a- good a chance to marry ai some single

.................. 473 :?.V t ; five sister -Mrs. l). 15. Allen, of Carlton, i Hoard adjourned until the fir-t Monday cloyed, after a resolution of thank to girls, without running after every man

X. 1"i' f N. Y. ; Mrs. J. Hai bt. of Somerset, in July, 18>8.i $t. Peter's Parish, accompanied by avery -he comes in contact with.I .

u.tnrolled G white 469 a\. atten. :{_O. Mr.-. 11. C. Miller and Mr- Win. Miller, I flattering notice of the pleasure enjoyed guess it would have been more to

r co1ored, :t .. ". ...0. of iaguFalls south,, Ontario, and ,i --- by the Convocation, and especial the point if somebody bad written an

otaenruUl'\l.} )Ir--. Wm. of this tillage. Hurl..ll'U.rll11'a Sal\e. and warm praise: of the ho-pilalitie- re- article on "Our Widowinstead of fooling K
....... i.I 'fttul :1\ :iSo.Lat : Young The be-t salve in the world for cut: "Our Girls"
The funeral was held on Thursday at ; brume, sores, ulcersalt rheum fever, cc \'ed. The excellent music given by : their time away on

}'riicl7t;; tanned the llev. Mr. Rosenmuller : hand- chilblain the surpliced choir of boys was epecially If "A Widow" will act as she bould-
.., :'tebbin,. the residence, sores, teller chapped ,, ,
; Clld t'tt and all skin and look after her home (a- she has no childi .
;Jt. englutrr in the State, died In officiating. The interment wa-;> in Oak- corn- eruptions, po-i- complimented.

't'to "- He was master machinist of wood cemetery at the convenience of thefamily. '! lively cures piles, or no pay required The Board of Mission held a meeting i rcn)-she will, perhaps, Income a* I
!r
Iy fIQrida It is give -alisfac-
guaranteed to perfect
:Southern W. F. Evan after adjournment of the Convocation, I lam-
Jten railway, and llul1 The bearers were ,1 i tion or money refunded. Price 25 cent? .
ail ft.a a 1 I tc'contotit'e engineer on Florida ""m. Phil pott, Sr., C. K. Ga.kill, M. L. : per box. For; sale by all drug stores in t I Co!. Daniel, the president, in the chair. I A Wire.

'< for fortystate.. 1 Fox E. C. Wool-on and t t. W. Wright.; Titusville and on Indian Hivcr.I -Funltll7illfl .llirl'fJ/ Cocoa June 12th.
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SPRING STYLES FOR MEN. Cairngorms, highly polished and withoutthe nor was the average health as good as at''! J. A. McCKORttyatLav. J. ,\". EWAX. N.iri;. j 1\; :

suspicion of gold mounting, are favorite | present. They ate more meat, grease, hot :
::4 Square cornered cuffs supersede all other pendants to velvet dog collars and neck bread and heavy dishes, and drank more.

p varieties.A ribbons. McCRORY & EWAN

# coat should now be left unbuttoned, so Red dresses grow more and more in favor, BASEBALL TALK. ,

as to show the vest. !; are seen in all materials, from cloth to crepe, : -

1 In Paris overcoats are cut loose and lined j I and will be very much the wear for seaside I I Tim Keefe signed with the New York club

1 with flannel in large checks. watering places.A at a salary of $4,000.

I i Three &ad four button cutaways are proper new handkerchief of the sheerest French Jim Whitney, of Washington: club, is

C for morning wear and half dress. :, cambric all overrun with rosebuds in out laid up with pleurisy. Biscayne Bay Real Estate t

line machine embroidery, is among the sea- Williamson will enter the throwing:
t Spring overcoats of genuine Donegal homespun I!' son's most glittering successes.Tlie tournament at Cincinnati.
r_! are a late and sensible Anglomaniac
r r fad. straight bang is to IH numbered Two of the best outfielders produced by the

among the things that were, but more false Association last season are Tebeaii, of the
The clumsier a made-up scarf is now tied I hair will be worn than for several years past> Cincinnati, and Griffin, of the Baltimore.
f; I the better,as long as the effect is original and I and the switchmen are correspondingly jubi- AG-ENCY.
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artistic. Hallman of the Philadelphia club started ,
lant.-New York Commercial Advertiser.SCIENTIFIC .
out as a pitcher. In Ib5o, while pitching for ,
I A four button cutaway black diagonal
, SQUIBS. the Atlantic City team, he retired Stovey of '
has been introduced with favor by grooms I i UMiami IDiulo: l! 'lori.ll
! the Athletic club, three times in succession County, ,

I r at recent day weddings.A ;I Pullman, Ills, is to 113\"I an electric belt on striker.3lanlger.
iN A hollow cane will soon the railroad five miles
F appear upon long.
d I Morrill of "Smiling Billy"SowJers
t f I market, in the cavity which will be inserted t The direct action of steam at 212 degs. i3 : "I think he says will prove to be: one of ,, Have Valuable Lu1l1fur: sale Fronthis on Biscayne Hay. tSio.H1" :i 'n- :{I. r ,.' ,

a set of poker chips.A I' sufficient to destroy all germs in from five to the finest pitchers Boston has ever had. lie Dado Comity at priceranjrinj: from 8-..",C> to Jr-MUtf |,t-r :u-n>. Ito ,.:s..li :11,1| I' :, I

new white waistcoat is made for wear fifteen minutes. The efficacy of heated dry delivers the ball as straight and as sharp as j

without laundering or starching. It is I air is uncertain. an arrow. His actions resemble those of '
it t; sponged tailor fashion when soiled. ; Splendid Sites for Hotels and Winter Residences Overlooking the Bay and
ji Waste silk has been shown to be the most Whitney in many particulars. He is a hitter Ocean I

1 1 As yet no commission has been appointed I effective non-conductive covering for steam and a worker."

r to ask the dude if he prefers electricity to pipes. The price is high but the demand is Two or three parties have claimed tho I II

s i strangulation by modern neckwear.It j very great. credit of bringing Clarkson out as a pitcherand j I

It is as bad form in England to wear a I j The largest known flower is the Rafflesia, a player, and the right one was not men- '

t' derby hat with a frock or cutaway tail coatas j native of Sumatra. It measures three feet in tioned. The one who gave Clarkson his first i Government Lands Surveyed and Located for Settlers.

it is to wear a high hat with a jacket. I diameter, weighs fifteen pounds and has a lessons in pitching, and gave him that in- ) ,
I calyx holding six quarts. The odor is offen- struction which has formed the basis of his ], I
A frock coat is never called a Prince Albert success Tom Bond the famous
sive. was pitcher j i
.v ? 1 E in England. Shirt cuffs there are ,,, '
'
of the Boston teamsot IS..V ;S. 69. and'S1. :
f' "wristbands," and undershirts are "vesta." Railways are said to consume more than -

t Poole's new spring overcoat hangs straight half the world's production of iron, the car i NOVELTIES IN JEWELS. I II!I Taxes i>: itl for nun-rt iilcnts title invtMiitul!; anti alMntct t'urnfefutl <>u .-h..i"
wheels required in the United States alone I
'" .1
of hUll I. in hags wvlimvaComplete
and full in the back like box coat and any county i-
!
4 s a taking more than .,OOOOUO tons. White onyx set with diamonds is much in I
' i showing no waist line does not appear to fit. favor for sleeve links.
Mr. Magnus Volk has applied electricity to
I
New cheviots for trousers are out in bulk. propel a dog cart. The current is providedby I A handsome design on a silver bonbonniera Abstract of Titles of the Public Records

f A neat gray or brown check or stripe is a sixteen accumulators capable of keepingup is a yacht of gold in fell sail sa

fl f a good selection if the coloring is not too loud. a supply for six hours. The cart travels A color tube of gold, having a jeweled cap, .t sr

I Among various new and nobby special nine miles an hour oa asphalt. is an odd design in scent bottles. of the County and keep posted l from day to day. Ikcd., Mortensami' tlui ,n.'. .

garments is a yachting coat of cream white About 150 colors are now obtained from A small crown of seed pearls and turquoises meat of writing carefully drawn up h y u* and ackmvletlmeiiN tak.ni !'dOlrt, uiKMreil. 1\ ,1" u
flannel bound with an inch and a half navy coal tar, which have almost entirely is a pleasing design in scarf pins.A aiulre-Mi- '
.t sup- Call on or : -* by l letter for any information t linn ruin, I., mid- ,i' !. ". P
11 t blue braid. planted vegetable and animal dyes. Indigo I trefoil of pearl, with a diamond base cane Hatlr in the comity ,

A dude in one of the new English flannel and logwood are the only two of the former makes an attractive top for a bonnet pin. p.
tennis suits looks like an animated checker class considered of much importance.An t.v t.
] & :
A golden casque, half hiding a warrior I McCrorv Ivvvsm.Opened 01Ii
r board. It is to further describethe
unnecessary electro-magnet with
a carrying capac- face, in cornelian makes a unique brooch.
pattern, ity of bOO: pounds is attached to a crane in I

A great quantity of goods of a decided yellow I the Cleveland Steel works, which readily with Bomb silver shaped stoppers scent bottles, are of attractive cameo glass and, i I I for the Season. THE SLOOP AGNES." E

' l h f. shade in into billets and other of iron
r some cases running a picks up masses with- I.
s useful f t6-.A: man who i is interested in his own
color have been made as out the aid of other device. A is
5 sickly taffy up any boy courmaudrd h DCa
know that .\
welfare will be to
An eagle's claw, holding a handsome pleaded
.FJ spring suitings. thus enabled to do the work of a dozen men. sapphire 1'Al"t'A1\IOIIN Mrl.KAN: .

>3,n A well regulated imagination must recoil A patent has been glinted in England for hairpin.is a pleasing design for a single prong II ANDREW GIBSON I Make* regular trip* on ln.li.tu: I In; ... Ptan

with horror from some of the barbaric combinations the manufacture of vinegar from tomatoes. : _. SHE CAKK1KS: A Fl'l.l. M ITI V of.
A small jockey's:: cap of tiny pearls and Keels the finest oysters to be found in |
in shirts ties and waistcoats whichit
t The fruit, when ripe, or nearly so, is reducedto "
is now .tossible to make.A a pulp and steeped in water for twenty- scarf turquoises is much admired by wearers of TitiisvillcsAX1 I (;-ro'ei'It's, 1 ) r\' ( l tt ld 1

four hours. The resulting liquor is drawn off pins. t'auncd.oodii. 1H
number of swells have lately had made ,
I A hammered gold crescent within whichis > SEISVED IX STYLE TO SUIT 1'ATKON'S. i io rot
up what is known as "Raining in L ndon" sugar added, and the whole allowed to fer Ii
trousers They have the bottoms neatly ment. a tiny forget-me-not is a pretty design in Hats, Boots and Shoes,

l turned up and stitched in place I Of eighty-eight species of weeds describedby scarf pins.A I'lain and Fancy Cake made to order. : 1 Ladies Shoe* in great variety : l'rirr.,, cb.P .

;: A new scurf is made in the form of a mutton I Mr. L. H. Pammel, of St. Louis, as growing bar of curiously twisted silver, with I linker1 Hrwul ahnuj* on kniul. new patterns low Iris'.... f *
in floral designs in enamel, makes a graceful
chop. Laid across the stripes of a red I, southwestern Wisconsin and southeastern Al-o fiat-Class f Barber attached. ] madfl Toilet 9rt1'tl'1'11 tbme;
cross: barred gridiron shirt it has an appetizing Missouri, forty-six are of Europeanand garter clasp.Miniature. I a hop Ready- ClotMni, ;

appearance beyond description ,\ thirty of American origin One-third of coal scuttles and buckets of silver -" Mealut all hour; from 5 :t. in. to 11 p. in. I \ /'S. I clu
: the latter class, and nearly one-fourth of the are among the latest pendants offered for Turtle dt-sirnK to leave on morning mail hfepn
Gloves are not worn to dinner parties, the |I entire list, are composites.Oil queen chains. boats and hacks will lsfeuse note this. 5Q* For the each onlMiuch .\".,l.4 J
theater and concerts and receptions, nor area i 15:>>, -It J ton.c. t
I seems to wear out by long continued Gold initials, suggestive of the owner's I! 1 we
they kept on during a call, but it is proper to PIONEER COOPERAGE;:
and lose name, are much admired ( ma
I use, to to someextent its lubricating as pendants for :
-v., wear them at balls, in tho streets and travel- ii. .sc'OTr.K.vrii .
qualities. It has teen suggested as a reason glove button rs. !! Barrels $2.25. alit
( Syrup f
; : ; ing.New I for this that the minute spherical globules of Two pink pearls separated by a golden tassel -i i : : :> l zee

/ cotton hose, says an exchange, have which the oil is conceived to be made up become set with seed pearls is u handsome design; 1 tugetl to order ten cent extra. IIAllMIKKSSINti. S A 1,00() Tie
rainbow ankle on a tan ground, with I
stripes I flattened by the wear and pressure, andso in bonnet J>in.
ribs and feet of darker shade, while lisle do not slide and roll over each other as j I Wheelwrighting and Repairing. ,!
A curb chain bracelet much in favor If aIi'an and -h
thread shows maltose crosses on mode cr before is of I you want t-.i\v u .
black grounds. easily as silver, each link being paved on top with C. O. B. '. .As clean a- l barber''vtTtav.
I Dr. Otto Witt, a German authority, attaches small diamonds. I .JUl't call lU'olluun mat
Suspenders are to be found to match the Honey barrels and Oval Water Ureakers I i' on me at Iu.i
some importance to a troublesome silk .itl'fllI'H'
color of l'verfan'y shirt sold. A swell spinner of India-"Gricula trifenestrata"from Not content with a horseshoe:: alone, a recent I from S'J.OO up. I IThinks .\ morning, eyr, or : n I
-
';a wardrobe cannot bo without.six to a dozen hich excellent scarf pin has a jeweled shoe within a I'll cut and coinl your hair with .: i
+ aa fiber has been obi Uu
pairs of theso useful articles in various degrees i| tainetL This silk worm is extraordinarily Roman gold wishbone. ; I u suit the contour of your I'JM DOt

of elegance.A the living A carnation pink paved with rubies, having To you I'll give JJO H! .!fa.ull"| "''.
productive, being surviving two and all kind; ot COOPEU WOUK to order : be
delightfully soft and silky new stuff for generations in one year, and it forms a new : two diamond pistils, makes a costly but The art of which i is known to t u *

is called It and remarkable of attractive design in brooches I T. JOIIXSOX, ,, razor"-.... prv
fancy coatings "Angora. comes source raw material for My sci: : ors !sharp, my n. 1

in checks, stripes! and mixtures of several the silk! industry.An An expensive lace pin is a gold tambourine LaGrallge. : : Florida. ,j .My shop i is a way neat and dtlll lamTn
shades broken with hair line of third in which the bells sun'tlu.Ufill.I'
a a I approximate idea of the amount of are represented by alternate I And everything 'fe

color, generally red. : manganese contained in steel can be ascertained : diamonds and sapphires.A nit the ta-te and pii-e th: m 1:1: ,

A dressy looking summer costume that is by means of the magnet. A magnet I narrow silver ribbon, paved with diamonds And now to all uln |latr"niLt, mtii" !. ; Ref

growing in favor is made vp of coat and ; capable of lifting thirty pounds of ordinarysteel and twisted around a crystal tube, is : WM. H. SHARPE JiM rome alon;.j anil lirinir! .\.r, ''"' not

troupers of fluffy dead black material, very I or iron will only lift a few milligrams a unique design in scent bottles. Ami 1 assure yon I will try 1 con..

light in texture and worn with a white the metal contain:.ao per cent of manganese. Applied work on bonbonnieres and watchcases :My very lea to satUfv.SANTA "

;,j waistcoat. The wearer always looks cooL II So small a quantity as 8 per cent, of man is much admires It give additional I REAL ESTATE AGENT lag
will nearly neutralize the I l'ar
ganese magnetic strength and rigidity to the article
t "Lounging" jackets are made in various I
attraction. LDCIJ 1
i
light cloth A handsome Scotch mixed A handsome three pronged comb has a top I ; wrl

tweed is thus utilized with effect. \Iostof i An interesting development in photographyis of four interlaced gold squares in variegated I FOR

these are made with four or five buttons, in the use of clockwork in printing from Roman, dull and bright gold. :111
I Is located! in that iua jiiilic-M
which are not used, and a long, rolling col negatives. By this means a continuous web Enameled watch cases, in patterns representing CITY POINT. Forest that liebetween tli,' I tail,
of sensitized Paper is drawn at suitable intervals I ; t cyst
; lar.The a variety of small flowers, having tst. J.llcitmn'r*, and i> I.,
under a negative to sett
exposed
.at correct trouser is eighteen and a half u source diamond centers, are much admired j t..et't.ixt.y feet wide, into l
of light. After printing the paper is drawn, I Lands sold on long time with interest or j jon lion
inches at the knee and from seventeen and a An oval disk of block:: and smaller lots win "
still the corrugated gold, with
half to eighteen at the bottom for average by mechanism, through "washer, lines radiating from a diamond I I the lease systems, or for ca>h.. :[ sold reasonably to actual M-U 1 and
"toner"and "fixer" and or a ruby
; height. This is called the peg top style, and as a series of successively finished pictures, appearsfinally ready center, is a noel pattern in cuff buttons. j j ;region: is winterlessamllro-t 'wat a i,

measurements build. may be 'suited to individual for mounting, and all alike in exposure,color A mottled! effect on watch cases, showing Lands cleared and planted, and cared for 'in the lamdofthecocouilttu'FrinAddress '
,
and tone. black, purple, light; green and dark red tints I if desired ; by contract or otherwise. where all the Tropical t Isou
The swallowtail coat has undergone some on a roughened gold surface, is much ad- with stamp, ruN

slight alterations. There is now no longer I FORTY YEARS AGO. ,, niired. | Afr
Refer to E. M. Uree: e, Detroit, Mich.;
any stitching or binding on the edge. The I Two crossed silver battle axes, supporting I' Jno. C. Norwood, Titusville, Fla.; B. W. W. H. BAKER, Waveland, Clia
sleeves to admit of the thetoki
are larger
carrying Coffins were plain and burial caskets
very a gold shield surrounded and J. :StrasTazewell Court House Va. i
handkerchief, which is no longer worn inside by a wreath of the I' ; n.u.II\.

the vest.-Clothier. and Furnisher. were unknown. same material, form an attractive design in and .\. Becker, Montreal, Canada, for : -- __n__ --- atoioj;
Tombstones had longer epitaphs and more I brooches.An whom I have made groves.

1: verbose eulogiums. inscribed upon them. odd bookmark is a section of a leather I THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FIORI1 ::
WHAT THEY WEAR.An .
Business letters in silver
s ( were more voluminous and strap showing the buckle. The two
:, formal and were written in a precise, round ;' pieces of strap jutting from the buckle I -- ------- ------ -----
owl,or owl's head, with big topaz eyes, t serve
i hand. i to hold it in position. slides of Incorporation oft, quitCntt
is much liked for odd ornaments. I ,

Surplice and basket folds are almost epidemic -, The country retail trade was much better, A costly bracelet recently seen was a triple the Halifax and Indian Kivcr two

ou the fronts of new spring gowns. as people could not so easily run to the city :, row of alternate graded diamonds and \ B. C.\..l L l'.b-I': the
: by rail. pearls, having on the upper side five portrait I Railway Company.

Pure white hair of the best quality is so : Eggs were a shilling a dozen and butterwas medallions surrounded by small brilliants. i lie it known, that we wjione names are aub cribed .Illl'IiUllllllt', Kla. bar
rare as to l>e worth more than its weight in : hereto, hate formed and and
these
considered high at eighteen cents ai Oval sleeve links of white enamel orgam/ed by
,
gold. upon preterits do form anti organize ourselves into a ,
i pound. which set at ,
are
equal distances, a diamond, corporation, under the provisions of an act of the |
To be stylish your stockings must match 1 Much of the silver currency, fips levies a ruby, a sapphire and an emerald, are I Legislature of the state of Florida, approved July I i T.
your gown, or else of the tiuest and fastest and dollars was of Mexican and Spanish among the latest novelties seen in jewelers' I 1'J lrtT4 entitled "an act to provide in general Uw '
black. trays. tor the incorporation of railroads and canal,," and anti IMivcr at your r. bow
coinage. I I will :Sell
any acts of said Legislature amendatory thereto I j tion
For the throat or hair come lilac clustersin I I There was York currency, eight shillings Whip stocks, swords, scimitars and canes i for the purpose of coiintructing, maintaining and | station I Fir t.l'la"s callIA1To
enamel of the natural colors enriched with are favorite backgrounds for operating a railway for public u.e in the conveyance; :
to the dollar and New the
diamond dew. England currency, tiny : ot persons and property. i 11'atC
six shillings to the dollar. watches iu pocketbooks and card cases. We adopt and accept said act and Us amendments I'j

The newest flower parasols are made of The diet was more surcharged with 1 Match boxes, with small timekeepers on one I as the charter of said corporation and in conform i j 1Y
deep: green grass, with a deep bonIer of scarlet grease, side, are made in plain patterns of silver anllgolJ.Jewelers' ity thereto make and 'ign these article":of incorporation -, Istaot
the winter breakfast usually made of .
being The name of said corI10ration.in the Hal. ; l'it.h
silken poppies.The salted ham and hot cakes. Weekly.LIGHT ifax and Indian River Railway Company. Slid railway :
is to be constructed, maintained and ItJrOR.GrA
operated
woman without a vest of sort
some to
Dinner was simply a hasty lunch at noon, AND AIRY. from the city; of Daytona, Volusm county, to a I j in ii t
her frock is nowadays almost as lonesome as and little importance was attached to the necessity point on the Indian liver in Brevard county a : tK.t
a white blackbird.As for good digestion or a period of rest distance of about suty in lies. Said railway will be <, ,
!> Peculiar
ome People. constructed and *?t"p
in the Volusia '
operated counties
to sleeves high authorities differ, some after eating. rhere was a young doctor of Skye, and lireard, in the State of :Florida I LK-S MONK v than aLl I'llrrrrmted '(!.r &(Ka
declaring the plain sleeve passe, and others New Orleans kid muscovado molasses, Whose patients seemed destined to die; The capital stock of said company' is sit hundred i Foil Mat- I.I"' .>_ KM-*' ".."r TiL
that it is the height of style very black and thin, was the common But he left them one day. thousand dulUra ($60o.OOO divided into six'I I be as represented I w ill 1! .L11' a J',au', "r.
thousand shares of one hundred dollars each. 1.'aJ
The looms of and sweetening; for bu'kwheatakt.'S.. Refined To go fishing, they say, I :i sky llOll<*'*t luau **r Hvlw* tra't
Lyons Spitalfields are The directors of said company, who shall manageits will fft'It.t; I. I
And all I pal
they well, for Mtlhtotory.
got just a j .
running neck and neck in the production of molasses was almost unknown.The guy. affair for the tint sear, or until their lIucceJoMJn' i cast and JlU* ulOnt. on a i'Ltu" +.ail-.< UK

high art brocades for empire gowns. bank bills were of state banks, and There Hs an oM man in Duluth are and chosen places,of ate residence five in are number as follows and :their names '55 a month ordinary cm an or nut.an till I'J'Jw| ofttoL:/

Silked lined black lace polonaises for wear the further west their locality the shakier Who made up his mind in his youth. : t'TlEY: J. WHITE Ormond.FIUN'K more than can own a ILatrl.lWrli1.
That he would : teorrult all\"OIJP
lie
they were. Illinois and Indiana bills would never ; W. SAME, NewSmjina, C.\T.\LllirE t"oliblU.t tull ;
over gay silks are among the most serviceable Now he's longing to die WILLIAM WATSOX. Jackson-: ,nEE Ii.loIln_. neaprordeons ea He
barely in New
York. lntlCtr1D:
of contemplated: summer garments. pass He's so tired of telling the truth. I SAMUEL: It C.\I TER ,' Sheet and m trot 'uy Mrss"la l bags
Bread was home made. Coffee JOHN T. SALTER, New4York City. Iw! lrl"a-I
was freshly made, allli at trrl .
French gray, suede, mignonette and leaf There: is a young girl in Cohoes, : March l;, ls v 4-; m.Aotice. that ilt I uve 'O UHH I'tf\"t. fUU.
greens are the colors oftenest worn by the the ground every coffee morning mill and the grinding of As fair and as fresh as a rose; i |pete,.ic CatiloKue at U< c nb j.rr i., pl. :. 'N"t'...uMn 'Pl'("
family
best dressers for street and visiting gowns. was a familiar sound But she ciphers in Greek:, : :Music at lt ants j-r i"l;>, '' 'd0I5( T1
hours before the children arose.Negro And she speaks Volapuk : Vocal and Instrument MU.Lcent al 5t
A flat crystal scent bottle, with stopper of And she'll die old maid I ,. piece of sheet nm"ic I'II
an To
minstrelsy was just cropping out in ; suppose. all fAo/rt it tray concern: : Any .",. {JOinpi.'f:1I
blue enamel in is the btlow publuit I
forget-me-not pattern, I cent
the traveling circus. There were generally j six months after date I I to.V pr ,,,.., 1" Ct's >
latest feminine temptation to There was young man in Japan '; will present to the Honorable ; each, .sheet tuuwc /urr.
extra'agance.Dillycock but two performers, who assumed male and Minor S.Jones' Probate Judge of Brevard
j Who wrote verses after this plan; j I COol Catalogue(
;Ij hats of plaited rushes or J female characters. The Fla my final account and vouchers the el> !, 'l1fl"
unpeeled popular melody was i But the populace rose JIt-J. 1t"rt
i JOHN E. : .
MOOItK. deceased of said county, and a k A. B. Campbell,
willow, filled with grasses and wildflowers i "Jump, Jim Crow." As you may suppose, for my final discharge a* administrator of the said '

are very new and favorite table or- People did not live as long as they now do, And they wiped out that wretched young:: et>Ute. PHINEAS D. Wa:!,f.os, Adm'r. ;'MtntU'U: : this pajnr fore
naments. man. I; Titusville, Fla., J !'.+, 11:!$.
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THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1SSS. 3

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- in order to make a flap. The flesh 1 ,
OF THE PAST. was
holE SPIRIT : quickly cut to the bones, and a few i Hon'llet TITUSYILLE BAKERY I

descends upon the land. I strokes of the saw severed them. The ] that cold! of yours run on. You thinkit ] I II

t1JettriUtb&tIOleruD moan the mighty deep wound was antiseptically treated and is a light thing But it may run into

,p4.-ftbtb beach and lull me into deepS sewed up, and in ten or fifteen minutes j catarrh, or pneumonia, or consumption. Wa-luueton Avenue, nrartbe Railroad S. H.RAY

: *z.tiJ Idmim 1 coming feel a penile from the hand strand. I from the time he was brought in the old j Catarrh is disgusting, pneumonia i U dangerous ,
yd arm. "'I* is death it-elf. The MRS. V. GAILER.
"T i man was consumption
picked by
} voice bids me to ever keep up a strong attend-i
..."" sad true and adds "That >e may reap 1 If11 ant and carried back to his cot in the I i breathing apparatus mast he kept healthy. I W

P ose t saw; Yes by divine commatJ(!." surgical ward.-New York Sun. j and clear of all ob-truetion; and olleii- Fre...:h 11 rend mnde (!dill/ ; "/*0 Pc*
lI1lJ1' Successor to J. C. Norwood and Co..
h'c matter. Othenvi-e there i i- trouble
troubled bleep I wake find f tl'f"< ui'tlll'tttle.; ( "kfol.1 i'
r\ I
a
u AS from ahead. All the di.ea-es of these : : {
IJ i r t form I see. Inch from my gaze ItUmarck'g Ma;i>iflcent Physique. '; : part. 'j'rI111 nrisiI1. 1/1" l..hrtl '
retreats and fadeth fast The appearance of Bismarck, who is I head, no-e, throat, bronchial tubes and
U \\ithnoiSeesSsteps white be fit fliftft w>t;'('. i I TITUSVILLE. FLA.Oeo'I
the&hadows where the caps break not only a famous man, a prince, and a lung, can delightfully and entirely] .
AJOODthe'CPO shore: and through the misty. haze : general, but who is chancellor of the empire cured by the use of Bo-(.'hec':; German; : GIVE HER A CALL. ;
of the Vast.g
cognize the spirit : Syrup "if don't know this -- J
already, -
well
you
I Almoro Drown in Boston Advertiser.nt as makes the populace gasp. i
I venture to assert that nowhere in the thousands and thou-antl- of people can
I c. JHardware. : : .
i
world can a man of 73 years be found : tell you. They have been cured bv it, ,
> a Modern Idea. who compares with this magnificent and know how it i is them-elve- "' B t-I

Records of building associations-that looking leader. The perfect command tie only 7;) centA k any druggit.A and !
for enabling subscribers totafld
societies that he exercises --
over himself in addition I ---
or purchase dwelling houses-date to pulling the noses and patting the backsof i Home Indorsement.Mr. I I Merchandise
1781 in nirlllin lam Eng a
hack as far as numljor and cost .)t' hous, the nations was shown last winter : X. H. Frohlich-tein! of Mobile: General Produce

in Jand. The the number of Glares : when the Iron Chancellor reduced his : Ala.] writes : "I take great plea' -ure in

built depended upon weight thirty-five pounds by a course of recommending Dr. Kin;;'*. New Di-cov- i I
the snb rilt'r. The rents of '
.rned by training that would have staggered for weal it for
the a' cry Consumption, hiving : STORE.
of
Sic were paid to treasurer MERCHANT. :
houses collegian. severe! attack of bronchitis catarrh.
Lands il1ten.leelfor i,
association.
an. building The full significance of this feat," It gave me instant relief and entirely : Florida

buildill? purposes were laid out in one of the prince's physicians said to me : cured me and I have not been atllicted.ince. : \lelbourue- i
subscribers and let
lots bid for by to the other day "will not strike you till -. I also beg totate that I have

them on long time leases. Members paid I you call all the conditions into view. It I tried other remedies with no rood re-llJt. Geo. E. Chase, ;

monthly dues. A committee of malla e- shows after all that three score years and i Have also: ti-ed Electric Bitter and Dr. ;: I propose to keepA
The
number
Bent wa*elected annually. ten is by no means a goal to be dreaded. I King's New Life Pills, both of which I

of building societies now existing Engjmd 'i A man's age is what he makes it, according can recommend." Ship Chandler I
well to 3,000, with funds and
on
is to Prince Bismarck. Still when
a Dr. King's New Di-covery for Consumption -
securities approaching 75.000,000.; I man is in his 73d year it looks like fool-I coughs anti cold i i-: f1111 on a ; First-Class Stock
Commercial Gazette.Practical .
Cincinnati '' hardiness to suddenly reverse all old and p-itive'guarantee. Trial bottles] free at I
Mice -- methodical habits take ice cold baths at '' Boat and Ve!.se Supplies, all kind.. :
i all drug stores in Titu-vilie and on Indian
Art fur Oirl*' Patent AnchorChain-, Blocks, !
daybreak, have cold meat and cold tea. Iliver. !
i iI
Canvass, 'alvaiii/ed Wire -0l'GROCERIES-
of 000 girl painting shells! for breakfast, let wines and beer
Think egg i drop ------ ----- -- ---- I hope, all -ieTem ,

These shells are suspended from windowsand out of existence, and do an amount of *. I-. 1*. i it Spruce Ladders, i

mantels by silken thread; or they are I I violent exercise that would wear out a I Prie'kh'o.h: I'ook Koot and Pota-"iiim, ) Copper Paintgal's, 1gal's, elt-. :

used as breakfast: or German favors. It 30-year-old laborer." Is the lest; Blood Purifier in the world, for Spar Varnish, raps.t SJtl'-nt-pt i
fiat decorative painting is The hard work which the Oil- and Leads, all kind. '
alleged physical
is: :Syphilis, liluMimati-m, Scrofula: Old/ :Sore-, '
'true more remunerative than any other branch : chancellor has passed through in orderto :Skin KruptionMiluriil: l'oi-on or any } r. w 1I..YOE & I'ON HEADY MIXED 1.\I Ts.1

lien of art an(' is at the present time moro I' get hh weight down has left him a ,; condition of the S\-tem: H-quirim; a I'O\\LT- j In fact 3t".tlling tor \1iJ.lillg or Sailiu,;boats I I I1I

Ullo- popular in refined society than piano picture of erect and sturdy manhood fill Blood Purifier, use only the 1' I' P. It I II't.s Klock-, )0 East Kay St., ; 5

phi or dancing Another fad is em- lie gives the lie even to the most com- :I i i.> incomparable] and invincible. ;i iP. '

tdlittiing the table china with portraitsof plimentary his iK>rtraits. All his life P. P. Prickly Ash, Poke Koot and P.ta .- '!i .KSO\VIIM:, n,.'.

lie family and relatives. At one of he has been an athlete, and now he reaps I : -,..iiini i i- al-o the beat po-sihle tonic. It --- ---- --- --- -

. tic large art institutions I found that another the reward.-Blakely Hall's Berlin Let never fail- to bring your -\-tem bark to a : Hidden & 92ti1 Soatiiein! Musis House DRY GOODS
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branch of remunerative art was the : healthy conditionlien mil down l lay sick.nesor .- ,

designing of quaint and artistic costumesnot ter."heating" i : overwork. During the -pring it i,

alone for the stage, but for indoor occasions the Machine. : should lie ii-ed hy everybody. It will build i

of fashionable persons.-Boston The schemes whereby the knowingones i you up, give cull an appetite; soul ligl.-tiol1, 'I NOTIONS

Post. nowadays beat tho "drop-a-nickel" :and enable yourytcm to stand our long : ,

iver.I -- machine are so numerous that the business : and euertstlug.nnoucr. Nothing like it

' What H Prison Warden Sayi.tab is threatened with ruin. The manner i to aid ditre-tion-ne\er failing to cure the

The great difficulty in that case of all in which the weighing machine is I tV art vast'-.of(1y.pepsia..lllntid.kinerna-, I JIt'tts. Ladies' ('hi1tlrt'ns.SaOES."

well dispo-cd ex-convicts would( lie removed swindled is thus told by one who has tiou, peculiar to the :Southern climate, immediately ,,
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.
1&JQ S L &o u a
if the system under which: theyare tried it on: "Just place the sole of your ; dried up by it. u-e. j I
The treat t''ho'0ile: Piano and Organ
S sentenced and discharged could hoot against the edge of the upper platform - -
oo Depot ot the xtttiu. 'I'tie Itt-st I'hll.t'IU buy;
changed. If criminals were sent to .ho push hard and sudden and then For Ncrvouncsand I )vsl'eliia. uc i iPerrv's Tintli'-i. ."-i i.m. Hi buy'; The >nl't't..tl'lu'
tsill Liver PilU. i, ii bn. _. .tji<:lIii (','ut Kecord O *TKMNH rf
penitentiary under a system by when jump quickly on the platform ; that big ------ II I .'i:\.' ..1o.1"'I. "placed in :?- onth.u -
!they would. I- kept there if found to 'JCmm hand of fate will tell you your weight I For Chill.1111 Fever take I.iJllllllm'o'1. t'ra lit)!!:,.... -ii.. : t,;0.
'1 AIM ---
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( incorrigible, and thus permanently s<= just as surely and correctly as if you had j Pyrafi'gc. >. jixxAir, GA., Nov. hit, 1N;.

eluded from society, or if found corrigible acted 'strai ht' on the machine :ind paid 'i ------- -.---- -- ._ -- llooul 1 1"11' the procession. It's a long -

released; on parole employment ) i.1 your lonely nickel. Some fellows have \\onilcrlnl Cure. one. h's he..lt i in 3laci, and rear fciile I

provided for them in al cases liefoie hey I been dropping lead slugs, just the weightof I \V. I). Hoyt & l'o.Vholesale and lie- ttvu iiah. 211\1 111 of wagons cuptaimnj

_ __ wen p.irol "!. I nut satisfied 1 tjrt a large a nickel into the slit; so, from all appearances : tail ] )ru1gi..i- of Home. ( ; We -W.llon 'i.llIo awl (}r an- sold by L. a*; D.

majority fould IK thus Kived! to iociety II I think the day of the 'dropanickel' : hti\ebeen selling Dr. Kinis a.ay New Discovery S. M. II. since 1;>70. :EI.A..TS: ,
schemes is in the '' Chicago i
and would become self b1lprlfrtiu citizens past.
Electric Bitters, and Ihicklen'sArlliea Ar.TI'ri I.'t: ? C"l'tainlr.Ye; are a r'Jr1'b01L"{'. I
in due time.-Chicago Tunes f Tribune. Wo 11 ii.inos uul Organ
uterQJ I Salve for four Have AV"ilu a ""<'!' trail.- ay ; ia
neerhandled
II I years. tvnciami the
\
view. nil N'mh"ru :->tiS-4. "'t'has 2tHi
! ) I! IJKmarek'i Tamou !>entet>ce. : remedies: thatv\\ a- well I, or ulxi\u htateuiuut ::.not 111 the l,'a.-t fxa rireratiiL '

About I.on: Distance Tclecr.iphy."I ; i It is proposed to use the famous sentence : :give such unixcr-al 1 satisfaction. There Jiovhave we ever built .p such an

have read those stories about tho i of Prince Bismarck, ""Germans have been some wonderful cimellectcd iiniiienUa.le? I!vcnicrpriseprogressiVe: I CLOTHING

marvelous feat of an operator sitting in : fear God but nothing else," as the national by these medicine-: this city. Several hu"inoM methodand Mjuaie dealing. "'e i

his office in Vancouver B. C., and send i German motto. A number students cases of pronounced consumption hnebeen : make our patrons our fril'llll"e work j ,

ing a message clear through on a straight have been hunting for the originof entirely cured by tit of a few bot for tlurM, take them into partnership, a:; itwen'
t' ties of Dr. King's Discovery, taken in divide p'oilts and actually) give them I
line to New South \Vales. but there is I that expression ever since to pro.cthat I ,
not a word of truth in it. It has never there IH nothing new under the sun. con l1l'l.tiolwi th Electric Hi t h'rs. We mon than their '-jond/'x I'ortli. I

been done and never will bo with our One finds it in Racine's "Athalic" as the I guarantee them nlway- Sold by all drugstores CuT,.: -" C.i'it-!. our si'.t-CW: our lif.: -. ( on Indian llher.LIPPMAN'SPYRAFUfiE. esMu..., a'nr.hn>wilii "-' w guy< Is, ....r irlndf'''' I
present system of telegraphing. saying of the high priest Joash and an- : in fa..t.I.: n....-1 ill:1"1 i..<,nul thru we ttnurjrimlt
The speaker was Chief Operator Will- other has discovered a passage almost i t tu UH the'jroninl floor hat's a war: we hav.. Ii

: lam Lloyd, of tho main office of the identical in Carlyle's eloquent di'scription + 'a lifln Fall em Winter/ Bargains 1 88788Summer i : )

anti Western Union in this city. Mr. Lloyd of Abbot Samson ("Past and Present" I

went on to explain why a message could book II, chapter 17). These scholars {'with}o..in"Ont!'1I1'l'rht.:Snh-o\rr..". In..trllllwuh.-U'nreroomsrrowilrtl II

: not be sent such a long distance on ahell would destroy all the patriotism in Germany linniiMi-e pureliiet (i renter KitrKuiiiH th.iii4r, fur 1 all niiiliutcr
continuous line. : if had their
they way.-Chicago ,
\\' 1S* 7-S: ">. I ,
"Land telegraphing and pea tcl(' Herald.] .. I
r ; raPh-1 Not h.ced i,vand in-tr :- 1
ing are totally different said Mr. -- -- --- --- m re< l'ri l''urc.'r
T? e Wooer as a Philosopher. ment-, hut the fn-ie bray jn-trat,'( and l ft ''rr
"and that is where tho hitch comes in.
I' The man had asked him for thoI PYRIFU inftriwu'iits. i.'l.t.'r ,-ai.e: li'r the tin'm-y. HARDWARE
If I want to send a message to Bombay, young I 1 I
1 for instance it first York hand of his daughter and a pang wrung Of our l.hH>-t-pri",1, 1 ln-tr.nenU this issptrially ,
goes to New CHILLS & FaVEA, ,t< 5g- : ,tl\ i
he try Tin'y ur \.t: fy inn a \ >
i tho fatherly heart of Mr. Kajones as
then to Torbay Newfoundland. It is nUMur tlxtm. vriieMich :
: IlarltixK'
and we areproiul cf :
I
J taken down there and i is sent by another looked at the youth for some moments in well trv.Orit ; AND
bartrains on pipebut
1 system to Queen&towu Ireland. It is received I silence and thought of the bitterness of I

there not by sound, but by rcfire1 parting with his well beloved child. :21O PI;XU.-J "--<' ! .k Oliver" he said at last, 1 ) .,l ease, i .ir\-U'rf". M'::ji-.it:lit- ,.ii.!in. "WI't't
"I =
tion. The operator sits in a dark room suppose.! t'"'ip.iiillM) >' 'ai-'im.iri"t: ,'. Ati fli: 'M- itiUl.eitrr'w.ay.
*1 and tho from the wire is shown in "it is only natural and right that when l'lIIp.. t<'rmt.t; Ii l"tn.I.nIJi.h: .- I
spark etcn'rlarti: -in-tnxt..r.1'u.:.'!? !/'" ';/*<; &;'/ Ship i Chandlery Goods.
birds have become old enough to
a looking glass. This is reflected on tho ; young ll't' : *.a :. l'it'-antifnlParlori'I, >n'ht.
54 lly they should leave their parental nest On; -/e: I; ill t'.*. want e.i .. l t-t style
[ wall and is read in that way From this d ttiltd' t" Qnl't'll1:1'- tru-w-*' \ fa*.< ntotjlo TUl*....lIli
point it goes to London by tho ordinary I and go ofT with their chosen mates to Mil Outfit t'otul'ldC.
.;:j. 'method. build nests of their own and jet it hurts, : /\ru s< 5 OttlA\-rwo..ti n HK im I
From the
there it is sent to \ IMIX. 1' ...-. \\.iltm t i a-t-. 1xtutdealt': .:,.bu African cable line leading across tho i Oliver; it hurts when I think of one of Jiiu-w ra 'k.oriui.'cnt'! an I tranehlAlti'hN'1 .. .
I II ..
ready to lly IS CAU.hU THE i, uistriutor. luti-.u l tk. anal a>'y /**put.
I fledglings getting away.
Channel my
down the Mediterranean and
I "This seems to be a good sized nest," Wonderful Chili and Fever Expellar: o t'lt St.j Olfl\-'ttr,". s'ts: A R.Mt. .l Ten.
the lied sea to tho Indian ocean, there it -i"'-nnt'ut v an. l'a'r'ttti'.uthneusr.I'rt-'i.'ioil +r mo' L1't t .siririi I The"e will l>e the main feature of mybUMiie
: takes to Bomba '. Probably fifteen suggested the young man, anxious to : It cures the chill and fever.'v.'- mi t"h'm.. able 'r CI-
) operators blow rather bni. -'niuiaand ht.ilthti. the ''' 1:','!/i,0.C1" r1 (,1/,'. 'If..tJtlf.i if; Catekgo' .
soften the "perhaps you'd .rivesauupiiCtttt ;ijin .
handle the message before it i \[. 11/llil/t,'*;unity-/ in rf tit!inAn "-.1. l.". I hut ()rcl'rrnt: me foranv-
have and Alvira right here." !I
me stay
reaches its and that
to
destination a
say Tribune. ImiC'iStmk from W"ri.''3 lect I thing kept in store in 'fitu.-
Ir Chicago any
; message can bo sent through without a t.k'rto. suit all tateand: p'tr-: 'S. Cver I

stop is nonsense. The work is done very Hotel Men. WJID 300( dillerent .h'ltn. : 1'11114-' Iron. I "illt.'wmlte promptly fillet!
lluee Wealthy :];
quickly, though, find a message to Calcutta I
or Bombay would through in : The three AVillard brothers, proprietors I II 11 \NO--CJiirkc-T'-: "->n ,Hn-'iD., j
go i Jiathuhelt, Ieut, i2't tj j tt.Gi'.
I Willard hotel in Washington \1'-.lh/ ._ I
of the well known ;
, two hours, perhaps three, according to : Illt.IN'.lln.u tt vV ..:;.n.N T :.-!....1. ,
- the way tho wires are working. They are among the wealthiest men in (Prickly Ash Poke Hoot, and Potassium) Hay rate, >: 1 t's7.3().

have been sent in less time."Chicago j! the capital. Joseph is said to be worth CURES Easiest Tenuever hem! i.f. Front S3 j I Ito

Mail $13,000,000 alone, antI Caleb wealth.and Henry i-10, paid inonildwill. MKiire unKlegant ''I Will buy Fruits Eggs Chickens;
+: are not far behind him in They In-trumtnt. ,, ,
SYPHILIS ;
How Amputation Is lVrforiue were once porters together in a hotel that : __-;- !

The layman is often surprised to note I stood on the site of their present hostelry.Chioaro i, One trice tn all. ThatV <'v.ricy.. frig s"n arced i
and ,Syphilitic
Primary Secondary Tertiary Syphilis -
in i'lam tiwure on iu'h t"t"'m..tlt and i"< "Vliltnn
11 how slight aro the external manifestations Herald. !, {rnptioDt!. Scrofula and crofulou Eruptions made to any V."a charJ'" ii ore. tt\t' un lesa. I Or any Country Produce my cu..tolner'. r
of serious diseases: which sometimescall Ulcer and Old bort-i Rheumatism and This square way.-it"'nr-i toll thf-l".t !riirt -a'<.

for radical surgical treatment. Dr. Northern I'.leetrle Light. rec all i-ted diseases other of treatment the blood yield; ill steadily those and that surely have (l1"/ /,> 6rnl f.-',.,. f'-. Pvervthtne in Plain I Clr friend) may bring
wonderful of P. P P.. the print r..nla'e: ':is rep re 'utl..t Full inflrma- I
Warren brought in before the medical is felt at I lei no- to the power great
I American enterprise Purifier. t can given in om-hl-ir:'. 1.ot r*ear'tulp'.! to market.
Blood
J"Vf'1'I I
,
class at the Massachusetts general hos- sand. Sweden, which has: just been pro- cil 1'arties livm r n tho u an lug a;; well :>s if r i -a\T1th. Three-fl>urtlis I
pital not long ago an old man upon whoso cited with the most northern electric
SCROFULA of our cattru: trade i* done ty eorrcspondeiMre.
right hand there appeared to be a small : light station in the world. The Limps I t
,,'
J:1J"VJrl-l"" "" prier: }:a sore spot net at all malignant or painful there are lighted at ::3O: o'clock in the Is an impurity in the blood t rodncing Lump or8wl'Iling. 7;. -' t1.-' "/" '" ," ,,,.'. ,:nl I
in its directly and o'clock caiif-m Sores on the Arms! '. .r. ,
api earance. It was situated afternoon, : put out at 12:1 o ? Running f*f//7'( il'i ; v T rr- :
for the of Inch use P. P P, .,' ,,
Legs. or Feet cure v i. -.I /It !
andfceemed SJII"r" : I n-k for share of the public -
upon the back of tho hand millni ht. -New York Sun. the greatest blood medicine on earth All these / a putronaire

to be no moro than a trifling diseases yield reaiiily to the po\ur of I'. P. P, LUDDEr\B&8ATES
,t local sore that could be easily healed. MitilU! I r JM-,. giving new life and new etrengtli. and come a- a supplicant, nut a
HOUSE. SAVANNAr SA.
SOUTHERN MUSIC ,
oa The patient was a man of more that 83 Careful experiment. luJviwn that POISONCured dictator, asking for your fan&
BLOOD
,r years. Dr. Warren explained that the waste silk is the mo;tf'!Tcct.\e.'f all non

ii trouble was of a cancerous nature; that : conducting covering fur sit-am pijt-s.; anal in its worst form ; sometime in('ai'I'S w ith A [NEW & USEFUL DIGRESSION. If eourtcoti'treatmentj

c it had manifested itself in no other partof the demand for this purjK...,e pri-uiise-s to En Mpelas. here the patient was in Eternal Pain

tho body, and that amputation seemedto be great notwithstanding the high! price. and given up by tie physician lu t-omeca-es good',and low figure i it
Scrofulous Ulcers broke out till the party was amass I hiM added to my tock of W..bto, Clocks. ,
be the only safe course to resort to. -Boston BUtI <>t. of corruption ; a bottle of P P. P. was I'Uti-d Ware, Jewelry'. -tc.; a ccrapletf litre of hID- ': the candidate for
lIe accordingly proposed to take off tho procured, and the dL.ea5eicldcd quickly. fly Medicine a tine;nJt' of Cigar. Cizarfttea To- :

)1 hand just above the wrist before the Do not ask, will this d.) nu any; harm t'iccoand and Pipes Florida; acollrcttonof Curiosities rancydood good stock Toss of, j jNotion's public favor,

malignant disease had a chance to Ask will it do me any good? The companionship RHEUMATISMAnd stationery. and an assortment.< Tandy and Confectionery \
spread. of mach of what we call! "societv" ; Scissors pocket and to tbl. cutlery Ha%. then I'm
d The usual of rubber band- in all Affections of the Blood. P. P.P.stands mg displayed the above mya. .\\ tore, AVahinctoii i,
better. ,
little
application is
: or no
of its
s alone and unrivaled and some cures are Avenue Titus\ille, you are r""le.t" elected.Julia .
ago and tight rubber cord above the really wonderful.If fully,invited to call and eiamm? the came to atify ,
point of amputation was made, and the There tunnels of von suffer from anything like SyphilK Scrofula yourself as to price and quality, whether you buyor ,
are thirty-seven more
Sons Itlieuma- !
Blood Poison Ulcers Old not WATCH REPAIRING \ SPLCT VLTY.
Burgeon made rapid work of the case. A I than 1,000 yards in England the longest Usm, or any disease! of the blood, be sure and latest approved' Instruments and Tool*. and "0 nnxioiN to
single sweep of the knife just over the being that of the Severn-7.CG4 yards. give P. P. P.:a trial. years' practical experience' in the watch and jtwelrybusiness I please,
wrist severed the skin and a little deeper. P. P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke: Root, and PotaaSlum ll shall spare no painstaking to plea ) is no !secret patent medicine like the many to articles and prices or IJepainns. and DO"' : TO
The tissues were then dissected upwardfor A skipping rope has been patented I I on the market. Its formula is on every bottle MERIT \ F.un HARE OK Talk fATBOMGE.iv. I
inch toward the elbow to I thus giving a guarantee of its purity and whole- s. I. R.a3TR
nearly an ;.
I which sets in motion a small musical eomenesa that no other blood purifier docs gn'e. r. ( HUAXMXC
the point where tbo bony was to be cut box in one of the handles.



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THE FLORIDA BT.\n. THURSDAY, JUNE- 1Ss.-\.

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THE FLORIDA STAR. We have made everal trips to Jacksonville. :spirited bays over one of the charming parts of the nous, and for which he had repeatedly I nobly luliiiie'i the prottttsa n: 'au \fI
nobly met pl
I Our Mr. Hatch having devoted roads up the valley. to bow his thanks. Just as soon a.s : and written the his expectations name"hHi of ha 1. r r-J 1.I
he had taken hi : .
seat Governor Green, ofNew OQ
prr.Lir-HEi EVERY l n.\Y. where
Ttlt : considerable time and the On arrival in May fu..urm+ieafl :
energy to preparation our Philadelphia, :! "ill >va i ..
Jersey sent up a res p ition adoptingthe names of men who" have a.tiIt
ELLIS B. WAGER Editor and WUa. and keeping up the di-play. 21-t! we met with a damp and chilling rules ,.f the last convention, subject to I useful to the republic." been styit .Iv *w tfIt

': We have had up to this time a very considerable : reception which was cool for a home return some slight; modincatioas. The applause: was general: '4 te C bs bt
Patterson, of Colorado, in behalf of the Collias had cone nk-d .
haconvention
I.5O per .iiiniini. attend and roi-t and ald rrw, th'r'i"
correspondence: to to fog o\"cr-hldowincvCfY- d-lej-ations from that state, rose m his seat touta easy fur fewwhile tbtttnJrDu.r...

Enttrcil fit tIt Pot 0.L''it Titutrille .'z. would state that the inquiry and demand thin Two week. of rainy weather prevailed to Dro'"nt to th- chair -liver :gavel: l, the the numerous gc'nl-eH.tt a Wff lOt .- e I.

Sft"tnil-Clas fatter. 1 I for our pamphlet i is still unabated. we making; Us quite willing to remainin material from the bowels ot < \>Iorado3COLORAIW been ..honored. ,iy their .|.- tn atclent .. vt.0. ( Ibl dt S

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f.u id
-- --- --- --- are having applications every dafrom the city and enjoy reunion with old A .tneir way to to* "ta-.. c \
_\ ";" jc\KEl* one Inch in space; 21 squares eommunw U'-'D wa, tue-i rra l : ... S1!
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ni.ik: a column. ,'ariou5ections of the country for our frien ,,and indulgein the luxuriewhich Virgins L Minor and Mrs.weather. E. r. J
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17.>f = ;\ JUn.
For: Iv rti.iiisf rates ,M qnm* of the Kditor printed matter. Several hundred pamphlets a northern market can :u1 ln!. 1 **atmthat they h*| 1 .. vi.bet
alwtysenclo.ing two cent stamp. | pointed by the ;
w' alau's ,t o
!i, are yet on hand but are going at the The verdure of the lawns and the held t1 t. +uveatjga Wj
f\11.
Tun.STAR i is the OFFICIAL new-paper I at a-maiuu tu
&ILVER (,. present the
for Urevanl untv. rate of a dozen to fifty copies per day beauty of the'irin; foliage was never *o earth, the workmanship the\'handiwork"EL. of women to the present C IIT IJI"n and eau a.dr.,? ?t. ;:Sat

The Star has the Larsc circulationof Your committee takes this opportunity lovely and beautiful to u> ait. is this Colora.to's artisan.. Ie hoped that with itwould t one of tkvir number. be h as+t i;;::;

any paper on the I-a..t coast of I'la.TITU.WILLE to thank the numerous contributors -pring and apple-blos-onisv-hich weliave be made the announcement of Cleveland's minutes.. Th"nT re cheery. lall4btfor
-- -- ( renomination. jeers. aural applause tint shouts .., .. .:
-- --- -- ---
DIRECTORY.. ;i i for the generou manner in which they not seen for five seaonwere more attractive Mr. A. Donahue. New York _, :
Senator Gorman, of Maryland, who. upon : \ 'ri1a ,. 1
TOWS OFFICEB. '': have come forward with their contributions -: than ever. l>eing recognized, received a warm welcome. lotion riving the women an npoortlUUty ,, n.!
be heard whit'b -
Mayor-G "orp* B Rnmph especially those of fruit Our d\\-- Often shall we look toward our Indian moved that ttie roll of states be called for Dee was adoptnlThen
'wrk-Jl. F Atkinson.M ";:ate Charles EL Boyie, .
rh l aDd lax Collector T W. {glut,. has Iliver home and the the members'various committee;, and that rc.a.
& iAiKMimr play been one uninterrupted ;grand compare pure moun- Iii vlvama. s 'm-ei the | asj< 4e uf
-S F. Gray.AMrmi I.I all resolution* be referred to the appropriate a reowon
*-s. II. 1a1. R. P. I'aJdison. I'. L. Giullen. '', and attractive exhibit of theCinufruit-, tain air which we shall inhale, with the committee: without debate. The resolution under which all further resolution sbbULl

J. M Hum I- B. BijrMnw. constant breeze which will was adopted, without and the roll !go t > the committee without .eatlm,*. Bat
the opposition
i Town Coni.cil meet second Thursday night of each a; was recognized by awarding c
month mittee of the Sub-Tropical Exposition in brelthe'hile we catch trout and :lake bell, of New York had in hw hand Carl
the states were called the names of the a nswiu
ClIrI CIIE.". giving to our county the First Prize Di our thir t from the delicious and cool principal leaders were received with tion expres-smg sympathy with lira Sh!!n' "-
Firt Churcb Pin street we't of ap- dan in his: illness, and
Prebytmn .. without
Wacbintfton venae Service every !Sunday at 11 plomafor Pomological Display, the award water of mountain -prings.W. plau.. Henry Watterson, ex-Mayor Cooper purpose asked unanimous statinz;:eoij it.
a. m. and '::30 p. m. Sunday ScLool' 9:30 a. m I i!I pfMuox ..f New York; ex-Governor Abbett, of New .nseut for it*
M D.Coudersport deration A
most appreciated by our people. storm of
objection '
I'rar..rt'f'tin every Wednesday etching at 7n: :i Jersey; Senators Turpie, of Indiana: and hen
1:.T. John Foy, ..r:1: cordially. ia\ited.M. Our vegetable display ha not kept Pa., June 3d, l-.''. Gorman of Maryland, being; anv...n? those not raised until from Mr. all parts of the hall and it Wa. ;' l
Campbell had
--- --- stated that
: \ oNIC. with our fruits. A much better honored the ,
Indian River Lod f'. F. k .\. :51. meets the Friday i j', pace i',j Saturday a car, loaded with wood, on At 2 o'clock it was voted to a-ijourn till 10 resolution in: no way referred to the: platform
1 exhibit I' that
in that line have been objection was withdrawn
es. on <>r prior tn full moon every month. ,. might the Jacksonville and We-st o'clock Wednesday.ECoND and it wa .t:
J. fcec. A STEWART, W :M. { Tampa Key adopted by
MKKDIU A. made had there been more effort on the a rising: vxite all of the dear,
'' railway, caught on fire near Buffalo DAY'S I-. 1uN: as well us a :majority of the rt...iturxrs'; ttin "
of of this ?
section
Itoport or the Nub-Tropical Com- ,, part vegetable growers i Bluff destroying both the car and the ST. Loch, June K-The delegates; were upon their feet.

in i tee. :i| To the few lady contributors of fancywork I' wood. not as prompt in assembling as on Tues- The representative of the women of the

day. Nearly all of them had turned in country was now presented. She
out .
I IIlli i and household exhibits which were proved to "
To thf Honorable Jiottrtl r f f'nnty Com- u Lr
t j I The railroad comntilonerhave raisI :- the previous night's; parade which did not be )In;. Mary Ienwe\th r. of St. Loads, aba+
**iouer'jot llrcvard County : { very creditable afar as they went we d disptr until close upon midnight. who took a prominent part in the Proluti- froaa
I I ed the fare from Starke to Jacksonville
GKXTLEMEX our committee appointed extend our thank*, hoping they willee At lo::. Temporary Chairman White: dealt tion convention at Indlanapolu. S> n 3ei reveal!

i for the purpose of making a credit- I proper to make a much fuller display] i and return to :t-:: ,. It used to be, be- the desk several blows with the silver gavel confusion prevailevl that she> coulj not b.J aD. ..

fore there was a railroad commission, and called the convention to order. There heard beyond' the platform arm before 61te'a
able display at the Sub-Tropical Exposition when opportunity offers again. half tt t
i was so much confusion, however that it was was through with her written od4re
j only =:::}..1"THE .
Jacksonville beg leave to report : It is gratifying to announce to you the I several minutes before he succeeded: in getting cries of "Time" compelled her to t.ara tan =r

what he wanted. abrupt conclusion. She retired fn. n thf "('I
Immediately on notification your committee token of recognition our efforts have
Then the Rev T. J. platform with great di-sipp.tiut.-neut
Green was introduced, : aryl real
went to work in preparation for I!. brought! forth in the election of our esteemed DEMOCRACY. and while the delegates and visitors arose, chagrin. at,

the exhibit. Mr. David Wingood was chairman of committee, Mr. (T.i h1111(1EE1)INGS e prayed. He asked of God that the delegates The clerk commenced to cull the roll at4 011 dIo

employed to canvas the county for the i|; S. lIar ee as! a member of the Board of might remember that they were not a ballot also called for. The chairman ot p
I only making history for this country, but the Alabama delegation! responded that they ::.
purpose securing! exhibit and making j Director! of the Sub-Tropical Association ; also to determine what may be good for it tender the first place on the call! ant the S&tIi
)( (OF
notes descriptive of -ariou..localitie:,. I j for the present year. This ian un-ought TilE ST. I or bad for it, and that their party and their right to speak to NewO..-". This brought II fA .

J F Feeling as your committee did the want i compliment to revard of which we feel Loris CONVENTION. works redound for the good of the countryand out great cheering;; which was renewed when t t'Ct
: the good of his name. The delegates; uttered Daniel Dougherty was named a the tint th:
j of some printed matter, work was at once j proud.We. a fervent amen. The reverend gentleman orator to present the name of Urover Clever tM .

,. commenced on a descriptive pamphlet of cannot close our report without retired, and a resolution was read by land. tar

3ti: pages which has been gotten up in few >suggestions as to following up the GROVER CLEVELAND RENOMINATEDFOR the secretary, thanking the Colorado delegation ; When this talented acquisition by Tammany IIiIk n
for its present of a silver gavelas' : from the sister of Philadelphia appeared
our own county in good shape, containing ;.I advantages: gained by our labors in this i iJ PRESIDENT. : adopted by the convention. upon the platform to the right; of Q I

I exhaustive articles on this river and J connection. The Sub-Tropical for dIe i The chairman announced, amid applause, ; the chair, the enthusiasm nt the vat aodi. IDIi frog

county at large by the Hon. II. :-'. Wil-1 I season! of ISs"; and 1SSS closed on 2oth of I Ij that credentials hal been handed in from a dience knew no bourne tu::
j! delegation from Alaska, this being; the first Nothing: could have been butter than the
liam one on climate by Kev. JaII.. I I j April a succe-s.. generally i conceded tit'
,
j ALLEN f;. TliriiMAN NOMINATKI: time that a delegation of that territory had delivery of th* speech. Upright a* % palm .'

White, and one on health by ( r. "". beyond all calculation, it has been a Wonderful i; KOIiti: l'la'\unXl', sought admittance to a Democratic ;National tree with arms outstretched the word doIot

Holme I) Your would for convention He announced that the papers I falling: sharply defined: and musical and
M. ( committee siicce.-s the State and Ilrevard > y
would go to the proper commiltM and was reaching the farthest corners of th |haL
here remark that the latter article was county in particular. fixing a* it has the about to call for the-report of the committee With it was an occasion when the orator

accidentally abbreviated by having a permanency of the Expo-itiun and fore- I I on permanent organization when Congressman and his speech achieved a measure of success aM.
1 I,i The PrrsiclentiHl Nominating perch of i Timothy J. Campbell presented a '! entirely perfect and ideal.: The climax wx pal
of the lost misplaced t
shadow-ins
portion manuscript or ; : glorious resultwhich are to
Daniel Doughvrt.t, or \"oa'k-The I| memorial, declaring that the Monroe doctrine reached when, with arms ruse i over hi

while in pres: which the commissioners come.We riatfurm I'lianinioualy Adopted .\ 'i should be strictly enforced:: ; that American head and hands clenched the orator pin fee_

much regret, the same not having think that your honorable body 3Iaiiiicei Display of F'irework'. I states should b:' protected from : eluded: 'I nominate Grover Cleveland' ot Iaa

been discovered until the publicationwas will the for European encroachment, even by force if New York. brt
-eC necessity taking earlye' ; Set'nt'shullt thw Great Convention
I necessary, and that the closest commercial Ills speech: was a.s follows: .
complete.) These articles are fol tion to be represented in the futuretinutge.t d Hall. and political relation should be maintained "I greet yon my countryman, with tra ,,"t

lowed short notices of the with the :Mexican Central American and tenial gard.; : In your presence I bow to
by \'ariOllpot I an appropriation of :$:!,oon for | Filler U.\\"'; sr.: atN. the majesty of the The itsell M.
pee pie. sight'
d t divot with their local distinctive advantages. I Exposition purposes for 1."' ;' and 'sl:>. ST. LonJUUE: :> Convention day committee South American on: resolutions.states. Referred to the is inspiring, the thought sublime. You L'

; opened less than its come trom every state and territory, fromevery ItA.
1.\ conspicuously predecessors
further -
suggestion would be to tn"Od | When '
far the weather Stephen Mallory, of Florida, took nook; and corner of our otvan-buuntfal .,
Our exhibit embracing .splendid display I I enlist the cooperation of our -i..ter county I For the,so first as time in a week was concerned.there were : the floor 3 ul submitted a resolution, the c,.utinent-cOJ\"erm; country. You are "

of citrus fruit, especially was ready of Dade in getting up and maintaining heavy clouds m tar sky, which brought; first line of which was: greeted with prolonged about to discharge a more than imperial n
I ; applause, which was renewed: at tho :luty."Itb siniplest cerviui'iitals. vou. a te
and on exhibition in the Sub-Tropical I a joint exhibit of nil the products j with them premonitions of rain, and the' i close. )Ir. Mallory's resolution sets forth the repre.
i building on the opening day (January I i i12th i our Indian liver Country at that time !I l'OOII'raeiu;,: winds, which came with the : that this "convention approves of and choose a magistrate with power mi;hter iM
I j earliest of the \isitors, had ;given way to a i than a monarch yet checked anti controlledby
1S) and has been kept there continuously J! feeling that our interests: are one and thante. e !S close oppressive muggy atmU : "< by President Cleveland in his tir"tU1e".ae brI
Thus I o.scen-1 to
impressed, tne rostrum
Many of the delegations which had
failed
the close towit-the 20th
to .
the
up to ; and
j 1 ; present congress to tnj name the next president of tee United '
j
to their
yesterday appoint :
of April, a period of fourteen week. In conclusion we would again thank i ii comnutteemeu policy recommended by him for the", practical Matt s. News.rk presents lira tothecouvention fa
were in caucus as early as ::0. o'clock, and mIL '
i I j application of those to the administration and pledges h"r eletoril 1 vote.
j It i is unnecessary to say to this honorable our friend*, contributors and this Honorable j of principles .'D-il..gatK.ns from the thirty ; stated tfIt
,
: government, we give cur n
I Hoard that the exhibit of tan and all: the territories are here are.* tbied
was one body for the kindly spirit shown j ) unqualified and universal support.'' Referred bt
,
without unultaneousiy
I caucus or cousultatien, rea ly *
unusual interest to the public and that j I your committee and substantial aid i j r7I to the committee on resolutions.; to take uu ttie cry and make:: the

the of Next the report of the committee on rules vote unlLnim"u.13 are here indeed, not DIo
elects it have been felt throughout through; which we have been enabled to i
and permanent organization was called fLrand to choose candidate' only to name thi one u
the county to a large extent, and we 'I make our task a; pleasant one. Respectfully Attorney Lewis Cassiday, of Phila. the r o'''.'!,' nave ail'lu.lv; chosen. He i* the luT

feel that the expenditure has been a }profitable ubmittl'4.J.I delphia. received a round of applause when H
i he took the platform It recommended that j. -/1. tt
one for the county.We i I (J. S. HAKDKI, } .
wI I r the convention should adopt the same rules / J
would state that the plan of i iD issuing I ('. 15. )M.uin.. ant order of business that prevailed at the 1 :
P'
M-rip} for the purpose-; above stated .\. I,. HATCH.Committee. Chicago: (convention of IbM, with the, modification I 1
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tl
that no delegation should be J.. 1r '!
has worked rather to our disadvantage insecuring permittedto + z d :
at
change its vote until after the call of ,; xt
1 and maintaining the exhibit i I"" t!' xC
states and territories had been completed.For ; nn

:: Our citizens have not taken up this.scrip Auionx the ,\lh'hnllit""hI.ill' Ii j Ii permanent officers the following name* \!.. r-"Jr-// t' I

I as readily as might have been done, and I j ; Tic,' Star. i i were submitted: i
l "; "
Chairman Hon. Patrick !: I
A. Collins, of ilr \\I\
our efforts to some extent have been This, third day of June, we are greeted 74T7 )[achusett.s: .,: secretary-H. H. Ingersoll, j \ ; :: :
:
cramped in consequence. by sharp touch of frost: as our first: summer \ [ of Tennessf w. 40j:j, (( '\t

For particular in regard to receipts experience. among the hill, causing Ir Assiswllt.-\Ifrttd Orendorf Illinois: T. (0. rc
I E. Barrett, Missouri; W. W. Scott, Virginia I jL j- \i'
and disbursements as well as the names us to make a :striking contrast between ; O. M. Hall l Minnesota LeopoldStrauss. .
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S c.:..
I
., and amounts of contributors and other the atmosphere here and that of ousouthern i I Alabama: L. G. Rowley, :Michigan; I ,

matters connected with the business, you home. John Trtplptt, Georgia; T. J. Lingle, Missouri I Pi.
; O Newell. Colorado; T. L. Merrill, .
are respectfully referred to the accompanying It i is not unpleasant, however, to feel l j ARRIVAL OF A DELEGATIONmore Nebraska: chief reading secretary, Hon GiV '
I (
I vouchers.It I this keen and invigorating: mountain air than one the position w huh should betaken :, Thoiua.s Pettit; rg ant-at.armoo; R. Bright; ( I (
I on the tariff question furnished a text chief doorkeeper, Daniel Able, St. Louis. ( I
will IK noticed that the total receipts nor an unwelcome sight to gaze upon the | I
I I' for an animated discussion.By After nuking a few introductory remarks 1
from all sources to date are : !I spring dress of the hill-sides.: ': 12:20 the delegates had been seated. ; thanking the convention for the honor conferred ll"S I 1\' i

Scrip received..wSt UI() j: Next week we shall go:; to Wildwood, I. The Californians had taken tune by the upon him Mr. Collins recounted all t .- -- I

I. For Advertising ........ 10.00 near ()leona. where Ole HuH attempted forelock in starting; the Thurman enthusiasm ': the known principles of righteousness as the' '--

f :Mr. Wingood, alt.'s.1... !; to found an imaginary Norwegian par: ; jolly mood over the success of their scheme. I II tinned: !
7 of fruit at dll- '.. iti.70!
,.t.u I; di-e. There we hail enjoy mountain I Mill the cheering and applause cropped up i "Add to these the golden economic rule MR. 1> >!.-i flK..T\ -Pti.3ltfNG.

,. Add scrip appropriated and not : !laurel and rhodedendron in all their : from one quarter or another, and the convention ,. that no more taxes should be levied' upon man for the people. His career: illustrata'o:
was in danger; of becoming; a :good the people: in any way than are the glory of our institutions. Eight fear
necessary
received................. ...... 200.00Total : I
vet i wealth of bloom and tl'antaud. strive : natured mob, when, at 1.::;; Hon. W. II. to meet the honest expenses of government. ago unknown, save in hw own locality he

c i to capture some of the famous brook ;Barnum, of Connecticut, chairman of the and you have a body of principles to for the last four has Mood in the gaze of the

............. .. ......... .. ......lO .1.1lrbt'1.1 .:;) : National committee, arise behind the Li;: sin against which has been political death !I world discharging the most exalted duties
:;, trout in their hidden recesses.i to every party hitherto, to sin against, that can be founded to a mortal Today
: MI NTS. bouquet, smiled patronizingly through hi-: > which in the will but
future be I choice,
i political uicide. i determines that not of hw own
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All the
along railroad from Menus I framed
gold- eve-glasses upon Cleveland s ana wIth
K\| ense account.aiti;i by the mandate of his countrymen
Balance due ".in,ootl..J.tti.S< the Pennsylvania: Hallway summer resort, i "'\-e meet today under condition new to i the sanction of Heaven, ho shall fill the presidency
.. .. the Democrats of this generation. fur four year more. Ha has: met
E. I?. Wager itt.OOVcrbeke' the bounding spring brooks come dashing ] "The administration of President Clevej'j and mastered every question as if from south

ll.Ct\l1Ut........ 4.;)...' down the mountain side, reminding us 1 land has triumphantly justified his election. !| trains to statesmanship. The promises <>r
Expended. U. S. Hardee \75 1 It compels the respect confidence and approval : his letter of acceptance and inaugural address
., of some of the haunts we ha'e'i..itl'4.1 in > of the I tn tha
The
('. P Magruder 11.00 country prophet of evil 1 have been fulfilled His fidelity
:seeking for the speckled I beauties, and disaster are dumb. Whit toy people :see : pas inspires: faith in the future. He w not a
-- -- $1,10)I THE TEMPORARY GAVEL i k the government the Union restored to hope, he is a realization.
I Poilnct rt'ceipts........ .. ....... ... 1, .t l'uudcr"IKrt, the home and birthllaceof bust, and brought down his gavel upon the ;: its ancient fooling; of justice: pace, honesty "&"OrniD'; subterfuge; dwdamin.? re-el<
my companion lies ne-tlrtl among the desk, and the convention Lad been formally ';( and impartial enf>rcernent of la*r. tion by conceal:ng; convictions, he courageously '

Amount indebtedness........... $2\7.s called to ordf : "No pre-iJent in the time of peace had so declares to congress; dropping minor
Allow for ",< boxes everlasting hi11t"o valleys and -treat nWithout anI"t."wark04 he introduced i I difficult and laborious a duty to perform matters, that the supreme i"sutct u reform
pay oranges His party had been out of power for twenty revision, reduction of National: taxation.
contributed at $:!."t...... ......... 14r..UTotal ., intersecting The Alleghauy liver ri>- Bishop C. lh uberry, of St. Louis who four years. Every member: of it Jnad iWai That the treasury of the Umtl State::*,

tag; far up in New" York, conies in from while the delegates: rose to their feet, delivered I almost venomously excluded from tad smallest glutted with unneeded gold, oPPr7st8 In- I

.... .. .,........ ................. l;O.i$ the north and Moulin Creek flow froUl a brief but fervent pra 'e1". : post where administration could be stud du try, embarrasses business, t'uJaDh i I
At the couelusi of the prayer Chairman led. Every place was filled by men whose financial tranquility and bmUgance elVaQS'
Your "lmlll1ittt't'"oultl re-pcctfullyay ck the east the banks uf either affording; p- Barnum presented the rt'p..rt of the National interest it was to thwart inquiry and belittle centralization and corruption That

I that this be committee Lieutenant the new admimstratio L But the master high taxation, vital for the exprndittu't'sof
amount appropriated to >at-; port unity: for erecting tasteful residences. naming Governor"White
hand came to the helm, and ..htrul3 an unparalleled war, u robbery in yt'
of California, for
chair-
isfy: this deficiency. The surrounding mountains ri-e sever- temporary course has been kept from the beginning.; prosperous pe'.J.CThat the milhoiu hat_
mad. Th report WHS unanimously adopted : "We need not wait for time to do justice pour into the treasury come from the caru
Our various duties in other directionshave al hundred feet all side in
on ;gracefulr and Mr. White escorted ti the platformfrom : to the character and services of President I earned savings of the American people

begin s*> pressing during the wint >. outline. which he de'ivere-1 short speech in a :Cleveland. Honest, clear-sighted: patient 1 That In violation of t'qUl1fyt.r i.h ,, tbe. ,'
clear and voice which l grounded in for law and justice, witha
ringing penetrate< respect class
months that it lias been almost! impractical iThis ai ternoon we b:1eujo -et.1 a rare present tariff has: created a privileged
the farthest extremity: of the hall thorough grasp of principles awl situations, ; who for pwrsunal gain.
to give the full share of attention so treat in having exhileratinc;: drive withi '; When the xpeaker: concludeil hn< I with lUtI'\'dou, and conkci-.ou* industry, 'levy: shah'n"contributions legislation for the nf q"I

much needed in this enterprise. i our friend. 31. S. Thompson behind hi* thankal witn nppl:.-.ui which came from all I I the very: incarnation if. firn-nesj-he has j I i of life from eyery mac* woman anJ b.!! --in-



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THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1SSS. 5

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pond. That to -I wer the tarot is not I sent as a delegate: from the state which loved I
the trade; it is to reduce the unjust profits I "The Democratic party welcome an exacting I and honored Thomas A. Hendricks to present i nomination.
free of the administration of theexecutive
manufacturers and scrutiny
of monopolists and boss and have adopted a series of resolutions of Then Indiana was called, and "the Tall
to retain tbe re!>t. :The man tower, which four years ago was '
all consumeN hat to lower: the tariff means committed to its trust, in the election of : respect to the late vice president and of regret !Sycamore of the Wabash," got upon the

who astir trade insults latrtlist-iH We brand 1 I Grover Cleveland, president of the United : at his death. The resolutions were ,'platform and the enthusiasm waxed hot. It POY4

free a fal-ifi-r. It is farthest from 1 States, and it challenges the most searching adopted by a rising vote and Hendrick'sname was some time before he could proceed. He

him as to imperil capital, or disturb entMrrises. inquiry concerning its fidelity and devotionto I was cheered. rehearsed the previous political history of

bought. Tb aIm IS to ui &,l\va;; Rni protect I the pledges which then invited the suffrages The roll was then called for tLe nominations Indiana, saying that no Democratic pre:>i-

the rights of all."This .. : of the people. j for vice president. Thera was no response :
administration has rescued the pub- > hDunll a most critical period of our 'iarteatelYaat-_
until California was reached when
from would-be barons and cor- financial affair, iv-ulttn from over taxation OHIO LA. ..l i is
lic domain Senator M. F. Tarpey stepped the TERRITORIES
corporporations, faithless to obll-a- the anomalous coa'titiou of our currency upon
Dlorant and reserved it for free homes for this and a public debt uninatured, it has platform and amid great applause nomi- ( KY, i ,

tions, ; gen-rations.. There is no pilfer-! j by the adoption of a wise and conservative nated Allen G. Thurman. in the following OPSL.PA. .

tadomwZ r there are no jobs under this admmutration. course not only averted disaster, but words: N.C. ME Kf'N
ing,. Public office is a public trust. Integrity greatly promoted the prosperity of the IK.-O- :' ")IR. CHAIRMAN AXD GENTLEMEN-This .

stands jruard at every post of our vat pie. 1! is a proud and pleasant duty which throughthe N.Y. MD. I OWMASS. e .Aj113
has been the hIt has reversed the and tini i
While the president I IluJiJlID improvident kindness of my friends I have been ,
thruzh.5ybi -b lasJU-wwl' thejm wise policy of the Republican\ party, tou-n- -
and I grateful ; IND.
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chosen to perform, am truly .
.
ing the public domain, and ieclautied ID11
from corporations and syndicates, ahea and > to my associates who have so honored me. I' <. .1 i
ILL.
tb"I domestic, and restored! to the pjoplnearly i, S.: C
;;;' one hundred millions of acres of valuibte I J ,
MICR.
Ala.
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/ : land to be sacredly hill as hoiiie.stea.t-:* ',.JI
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TENN
\ I our citizens. m Xt\ ; ;, N'1. "
.,, I I"hlle 1 fLATf .
"? :- \\ carefully guarding; the interest of --:::.:.. ) t 1) 4iif4G
1 --" r( IIf" the taxpayers and conforming strictly to I '-- 7"t't' .7j X. MINN.
,y. "- \. I II the principles of justice and equity, it ha-, \ -"' '-"'" DEL
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for and
... ,l : paid out more pensions oountie to I :".. ,: i VR. N.H.
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and "
.. the soldiers sailors of the republic than / 'J CONN
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.I was ever paid before during an equal period. J II "\ -' ""' 'I

.,.. : l \ "By intelligent management and a judicious |, >' 7 1J1S V.A. MISS.CCL..

,: ., i iI ti and economical expenditure of the i io (RV POWDER
4l I 1'' public money it has set on foot the reeonI\ J w.VR CAI.I .

..}!p'--, struction of the American navy upon a syn.i i ,- ., I"' 1.,
\'' *+ tem which forbids the recurrence of scandal I 'I ;) f'
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and successful result < ., I N-e. Absolutely Pure.This .
a :.., insures j ''t" ," I wt 5. Ni o.i .
ili : : "It has adopted and consistently pursued

-.:. \ a firm and prudent foreign policy, preserving j :::1l l ", : i ALA. i>ovuler rir vjr.', A ina\.-l ..! pant) ,

peace with all nations whue scrupulously : I strength and uiiolesoiiu iu>i> M..n- e-e.Ld'piKl
1 f I maintaining all the rights and interests of I'OX-ITIOX 0. THE DELEGATES ;, than the ordinal knal-_ and d-mn l.t I...- said in
1 with the iiiuituuilc low t. ",. .foort
.,. I our own government and people at home |The aUi\e diagram shows: the preii location I! ('oml'.tiull"
weight alum i>r }!iat'< poxdd-is !<>t.IoIul) r
and abroad. of the delegates in tie convention hall. I
Vi'fj .
= I in cans. lio. al Baking I'owilrr Co. 10Wall !,
"The exclusion from our shores of Chinese j It will be oser> \' il tl:at the state Weft 1Ir- New York
-- L laborers has been effectually secured under I ranged a:utlica.1ly} heninnicg with Alabama I
j *t the riKht hand corner nearest the'
the provisions of a treaty, the operation of
speaker and ending with 11'iscunsin lit his
OROVER CLEVELAND which has been postponed by the action of a .\.L"..\S ('. THfKMAN.tlKie left.] I Geo. B. Rumph.

in"; gratitude ot the republic for her soldiers Republican majority in the senate. fear tliit, .t ., :III"'S -and not abili I dent balll'\.t-r before been inaugurated that !
be has not hesitated to withhold approvalfrom "Honest reform in the civil service ba..ibtxn A Ff LL LINK tWGENTS'
special legislation if strictest inquiry inaugurated and maintained by President I ity ill.it \1'1' -lu-i .'. I : si ct.oa nom among:: :i had not received her vote. From Monroe to !
I t..i i..a.. ..+ .. Zelli.r.'i( who are nlensls.I' Tilden and Cleveland she ,
truth and Above y n voted for them
reveal a want of justice. Cleveland, and he has brought the pub- FURNISHING GOODS.
all sectional strife, as never before, ii at an I lic service to the highest standard of efficiency t".t. i u.if imu ile.edition, alL This, year would be no exception for i
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end, and sixty millions of free men, in thtit'S not only by rune and precept but by \s I... I i i.K-tv. ; 1.. o. a. "i .enI! ability I ( Grover Cleveland, and whoever went on the 'I
sin it. III tt tie c I rap| 'M" i." f '1. HI my enthu-i
of brotherhood, are prosperous and of his untiring and unselfish ad- It '\' "
the'example I ticket with him would be elected with the .. .
the achievements of thisadministration. siasn m use .Mtlertikiug; ; an feeling as to ; ------:-\ -- "X .
These affairs.
happy. ara ministration of public I '
votes of Indiana, or not at all
that fail short of \
tI": ;i.>- 'i.j! paeiit runt
"In branch and department of the I ) '.
every :
"Under the same illustrious leader we are government under Democratic control, the doing; ju>t.iv to tIle gentlemen whom i Having attended to the charges against /: : : \

ready to meet our political opponents in high I rights and the welfare of all the people have I mint here to nominate, I have ac- j h hed Gray, Mr. Voorhees closed amid generous (f .1.11 I \\,

honorable debate and stake our triumphon and defended its-I tne trust with the mental reser- j applause. .
and been guarded ; every public '
the intelligence virtue and patriotism of interest has been protected, and the equalityof vatioti, that It nothing: else, I am at Georgia had been passed in the call, but ,; .!, i .
.) rry
least and tilled with \1
the people. Adhering to the constitution, its all our citizens before the law, without earnest: in \what I say the secretary went back, and Albert H. x \\ ; : I : t
admiration for him of whom I speak. That
line and letter, remembering to color has been steadfastly : .: ''l.1'-.
every every regard race: or Cox. who iutr'luced himself as a Union man
the United I am prows I of tue privilege of addressingyou .. ,\ i .j' :
that 'powers not delegated to maintained. \ /
:
from Georjrit seconded the nomination of I
I but that I .
States by the constitution, nor prohibited byit "Upon its record thus exhibited and upon I acknowledge, am prouder ; \ I : : :l 1 I
I Governor
still of the whom I shall I will Gray.Tn
man name :
.
reserved to the states respectively : '
to the states are the pledge of a continuance to the people of
or to the people,' by the authorityof the benefits of good government, the National not deny, for I feel, sirs that this republi > roll call was resumed. Kentucky ", B' : : I .

the Democracy of New \: ork, backed by Democracy invokes a renewal of popular holds no superior! to the Hon Allen G. Thur- reached and Evan E. Settle appeared on behalf I 1)1'I \ (
of the entire Union I man, of Ohio. The greeting accorded his of the unterrified Democrats 'I v (
the Democracy give trust by the re-election of a chief mag- to second 'fi .
you a paine entwined with victory. I nom istrate, who has been faithful, able and pru name is a well deserved tribute. Its spontaneity I Gray's nomiuatiou. He said he drew in- : ;) '{
has been earned. Be assured JJtr
nobly -
mate Grover Cleveland, of New York." dent. Tuey invoke in addition to that trust, spiration for the moment from the convention
such greeting will be accorded his none at
\ The applause was not a cheer, but a continuous by the transfer to the Democracy of the en- I that in this twelve
its every mention throughout this republic city, years ago, !Dr RES'SHRTsr'NC rl
one, and deafening shout coming tire legislative! powei. nominated the who
from sea to sea and from the British line to I II man although rightfully;

from floor, from balcony and from gallery, senate"The and republican resisting in party both houses controlling of; congress the I the gulf. I elected, was defeated by fraud and conspiracy "NDC LINEN

I and it va* renewed with ti vigor past imagination a reformation of unjust and unequaltax I "Allen G. Thurman! What an epitome of and paid a tribute to that other Indiana c;

: i when. P'U16.in. the huge picture of laws, which have outlasted the necessities American civil history is embodied in knownto that I' natriot.. who elected four years ago! OLARSt fR)111:1t'I'

the White House above the stage was removed -I of war and are now undermining the I name! His character and ability are hail gone beyond this life. They wanted, he
and child in the land. '
I and a portrait of the president disclosed abundance of a long peace, deny to the His every man record, woman will be enduring said, young: and vigorous; men who could fill G\ ;
public a more
the land began playing "The StarSpangled people equality before the law and the fair- monument to his fame than temples of stoneor out their terms of office. \ Q IiI
Banner," but not a note could be ness and the justice which are their right.
brass, for history will inscribe his name Numerous other states followed eudursingTlmurmnau's
heard five feet from the point, and the musicians Thus the cry of American labor for a better among the list of America's illustrious son nomination. IU'.ST.SFre11
share of the rewards of industry is stjfled
strove against the noise in apparent : "Taking ors seat in the United States sen- I
with false pretenses, enterprise is fettered The names of the candidates were then CiJirdouSulil SCeI.4
ate m isOJ the of his genius is
pantomime. home markets imprint called Thurman and Black. The critical
and} bound down to capital Gray -
Twenty minutes passel and the found deeply imbedded: in the legislation of I! at Philadelphia Uctail Pri'lrill
is disturbed with doubt and unequal unjust 'I moment had arrived. The! roll was
record: of the continued cheering that laws neither be properly amended nor the country. From his first appearance in make special order mid prices to
II the senate until his retirement from that called. Beginning with Alabama: Bla-k: 1 ;
of Grover Cleveland's
succeed the presentation repealed body his voice was always raised in behalf of Gray, 4; Thurman, 15. The calling of the partil'wmting seeds
at at in lVy had been "The Democratic will continue with
name 'I
Chicago party
in bulk.
the people and in defense of their rights. roll was watched with great interest. Connecticut's -
all the confided to it to struggle to
reform
broken. At the end of the twenty-two minutes power I
For he has been
forty years a prominent fig- solid vote for Thurman was Geo. B.
these laws iu accordance with the applauded Rumph.
the chairman vigorously for .
rapped in life and to
ure public yet day no man can
,
and there
of its last platform endorsed at the I was an attemp at a jeer
order and it was hardly restored, but againenthusiasm pledges point to one single act or expression of his 1!> Tittisville, Fb.MALAHAU .
ballot-box b} the suffrages of the people. I when the Illinois men divided themselves alII .
broke out, and, it was not until which does not do him credit. --- -- --
"Of till the industrious freemen of our around.
Iz:5fi: that quiet was restored. The applause land an immense majority including every j! Tho votes of Michigan, :Minnesota Mississippi n(:AK FACTOKV.II. .

had lasted just twenty-three minutes to the tiller of the ..oil. gain no advantage from "When the great railroad corporations
I and Wisconsin for Tburman intensified
second. excessive tax laws; but the price of nearly evidenced an intenti'.i to evade payment of (. Stuck., 1..utH.it.'for.Manufacturer .
After 11 moment's quite the nominationwas everything they buy is increased by the favoritism their obligations to the government, this the enthusiasm. Ohio's forty-five nnd Penn

seconded by Judge; James McKenzie of of an unequal system ot tax legis- great man prepared that remarkable enact- sylvania's sixty settled the nomination and of line Havana and IVme.stic E

Kentu"k)'. lie also stated that there was lation. All unnecessary taxation is unjust ment known as the Thurman bill, by which I the convention became a howling mob. l'iarTrlcll'; supplied with line !

one DenuMTttt more popular than the president taxat tHL the offending corporations were obliged to I IPl.ovide Banners were raised and waved in the air, hand nuulejrood.s. ( )rdci>: promptly lilletl.
"It is to the creed of Democracy for fund for the
repugnant a sinking
: the delegates stood the chairs und
and that Mr, Cleveland the hereferred upon Malabar.
was one of redemp-\\ Factory at Fla. i>
of their the
that by such taxation the cost the nee-I promises. During
facing Ohio cheered again and again.
tn. This caused the applause to essaries of life should be unjustly of reconstruction Mr. Thurman !

break out afresh, and it was rej>eated when to all our jeople. Judged by Democratic I central figure in the Unite States senate in I Everybody in the galleries joined in the en 5,000 Budded Trees For Sale

the judge said Kentucky loved Cleveland because principles{ the interests of the people are be- upholding the integrity of the constitution.The thusiasm and the scene was one to be remembered ,

of his splendid racing qualities. The trayeu when by unnecessary taxation trusts I waves of party passion, lashed into fury when the Indiana banner with At Low I'rice*.

speech concluded with a move to suspend and conditions are permitted and fostered by ill-advised, zealous partisans broke its streamers bearing the name of Gray was

rules and nominate Cleveland by acclamation. which will unduly enrich the few that combine harmless upon his leonine front and settled brought up to the chairman's desk: by Delegate 60,000 in Nursery.Apply .

to rob our citizens by depriving themof back into calmness by the force of his logic O. O. Staley, decorated with red ban- :
the benefit of natural comjetit. and the power of his oratory; a ripe scholar, to \\ H. :SHAIPK: ,
Judge Twiggs' ; ; of Georgia, supported the "Every Democratic: rule of governmental his disquisitions upon constitutional law are dana. City Point Fa.NEWSPAPER
nomination. lie eulogized Cleveland I Meanwhile the delegate from Californiahad .
us an action is violated when through unnecessary masterpieces of reasoning and eloquence -- -

an enemy of robbery and (corruption, who taxation a vast sum of money, far tieyond challenging the admiration of even his polit- : been shaking hands and receiving congratulations X AUi

bad come to the rescue of a suffering; l?rdple.He the needs of ail economical admiiustration, I ical opponents I all over the house, and every l MAN'S ,

believed the :Mills bill would triumph in is drawn from the people and the channelsof I I body seemed to be in a delirium of happiness -

the end. trade, nUll accumulate as a demoralizing: I "His fame is not his alone; it is the proud 1 eight: minutes elapsed before the enthusiasm SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY

Other states followed: in rapid succession surplus in the National treasury. heritage of the American people. His name subside!.

supporting the nomination until finally the i "The money now lying idle in the Federal Imay be" most fittingly coupled with that of I When the call was completed, on motion TIII: I.IOX IIR'fa::\(',..
treasuryresulting; from sujvrtluous taxa our honored president Grover Cleveland.i'
call was finished. The motion to suspend tion, amounts to more than $rJ.: ),OOUX)0, and Cleveland and Thurman will lie a ticket aLI I of Mr. Patterson of Colorado and seconded For term and I simple eopieaddrer-

the rules was put and carried and the chairman the surplus collected is 9aachinz the sum of bolutely resistless. It will sweep the country by Mr. Shanklin, of Indiana, the nomina- .

announced that Grover Cleveland, hav- more than $ iOX, >'0,000."Debauched with a mighty: rush, a tidal wave of I tion was made unanimous.A C'HAS.II.: N.AI'M.1N,

ing received more than two-thirds of the I by this i.m mnenw temptation I proval. Against it all opposition will ap-I j resolution was passed authorizing the *

Totes cast, was the regular nominee.At 'I the remedy of the Republican party is to fruitless. The approval of Cleveland's administration National committee to fix the time and place Haulover I O., Hrevard county, Fla.

1:47 when the convention had nearly meet: and exhaust it by extravagant taxa during the past four years and i I for holding:; the next National convention.
four hours the call of tion. The Democratic remedy enforce! endorsement of his actions, the simplicity |
session
in continuous I Thanks were then voted to Secretary Prince
I frugnhty in public expendituies and abolish remarkable with which he has '
ability
yet
the roll until :- [ St Lucie
the motion to
upon adjourn unnecessary taxation. Our established domestic administered his great trust under the most I add the officers of the convention, then at I House

p. nt. resented ayess.; nays .J.;(). industries and enterprises should not trying circumstances, coupled with the all- 2:08 p. m. tbe convention adjourned sine ,

The convention then adjourned till 10 and heed not be endangered by a reduction prevailing affection felt for the philosopherof (lit'.

fclock Thursday morning. and correction of the burdens of taxation. Columbus, will make Cleveland and Tnur- -- INDIAN RIVER FLA.
"On the contrary, a fair and careful revision man a war-cry to affright the political I PREPARING FOR THE FRAY. ,
THIRD HAY'S SESSION. of our tax laws, with due allowancefor 'I

5t. Locis, June 7.The third and closing the difference between the wages of enemy.* Meeting tlie,N'.itionitl IeulocratlcCons- Having been refurnished H now opened
. day of the American and foreign labor, must mittee at St. Louis.
the National Democratic convention permit :
"Let no mistake be made at this time. I II Ii for guests under the
open with the torrid ofthf. and encourage every branch such industry : ST. Louis, June S.-The National management
up most temperature I Mistakes are crimes. If you but do your new of its old and
and them proprietor
week.Upon of an enterprise extended by market giving and steady assurance I duty, if you but give the people what they I Democratic committee held a. meeting at the

the convention being called to order and continuous operation in the interest of expect, what they demand, the contest of Southern hotel and elected W. H. Barnum, owner.

at LO:*:.'>, prayer was offered by' Uev. Dr. American labor which should in event be parties, instead of just commencing, will be''
'of Connecticut chairman and
temporary J
Braut the revision of tax laws practically ended; for the great electoral r as. Paine, Jrop..
neglected; our contemplated
and popular majorities which Cleveland and
The chair announced that the committed by the Democratic party and to I ,
Thurman will surely receive at the polls, j secretary. .t. Lucie, FloridaT..d .
iVbolmions was ready to report, and Chair- promote the advantage! of such labor, by I will be a revelation even to ourselves. As -
-- -
mss Collins said: "I present Mr. Henry cheapening the cost of the necessaries of life representatives of the Democracy of the na- i to the officers of the couvention for their

\Vattr*>n, of Kentucky." The Kentucky In tho home of every \VorkW man, and at tion we have a duty to perform.: We must I I efficient management, etc., it waa agreed .6.VJ:S

suitor took his place at the right of the the same time securing to him steady and nominate the man the people have already \ that the committee should meet in Washington

chairman, waved his hand and said: "These remunerative this employment.of tariff reform, so nominated. We have but to endorse the ',i on June 10 next.
"Upon question popular verdict; no less will be accepted at I DELMONICO HOTEL
solutions, have been agreed upon unani- closely I concerning every phase of our your hands. The personnel of the new committee is as

moujj." He was lustily cheered as h*> had natural life, and upon every question involved follows: ,

ken by the simple announcement of his Democratic in the problem submits of good its governmentthe principlesand "Nominate Allen G. Thuraiau. Nominate j Alabama H. C. Sample: ; Aricinvn, S. P. ('IJCU.\. DDt.myu:, FLANVAly

name party of him by acclamation. Let it net be said that i I Hughey; California M. l-'. lrpe.Colo-

Clerk Pettit, in a voice that everybody professions: to the"intelligent suffrages one single Democrat in all this great Union ratio C. S. Thomas: : ConrTic. \\'. H. Furnished liiiomt, toil Tab..

could hear, read the platform, interrupts I the American vople. fails in this testimonial to tbe greatest Barnum: Delawaie, Dr. JILl <,s .A. Iiraper;

now and then by respectful but irrepressible : The platform was unanimously Then Mr. Wattersonannounced adopted American of his day, the noblest breathing Florida Samuel Pasc-j *t-i nv i... J..rme i.* H.Estil Terms S per ])U )".
with rousing cheers. American soil fit in the ,
applause. i man upon consort
Illinois. E. M. I..o; .
I'jelj
The platform is as follows: j that the committee bad approvedand temple of fame of those patriots of the: past- ': P.: Sae-lui'i ; .4. Ly- :Social rates \>y the wetk or ruoi.tli.M.M. .
I.dvn. J. .T.
man : Ku-si.i-m I .
The requested the passage without discussion the founders of our institutions, \\ho-j ; .
States in Democratic National party of assembled the United :, of three resolutions The first was read by sacred dust lies calmly sleeping beneath the Kailas. l". \\ ll..UI': h.-nI1--;. :. H ;). Ic- JAICVIS, I'rop'r. '

ne."s the pledge of convention its to Democratic re- lion. W. L. Scott and demanded the immediate sods of ilt. Yernon/-Uoutlcdlo and Hermitage Henry; Loudsrami-d JunJ .:r.'! ,: '1'one,

faith fidelity in the awaiting the dedication of our Nati.na'! A. Sewali; Marv!'Lnll. A. P. n .r"n ; Missaehuetis T/f J'ntft Il'i-itf Mmirtbdnt I.JI" [ill
. and reaffirms the plattorm adopted by passage of the bill now pending > !}.
pantheon. .. r :
:; ,
a+ CI1'lI' S !.' v ; I. O.1. .
repreeutatives in the ,convention of 1 o4, ; house of representatives, for the reduction ofrevenue.
and I The roll-call was again proceeded with :\ Ba..n. )J"ml'aIfIi... .' I).
endorses the ,views expressed by President 1! Cheer and cheer came from the : I" 'ran;

Cleveland m his last annual message to : audience, and it was unanimously adopted. i Colorado reached CoL Thomas M. Patterson 3Iists.phi \ '. .1 ,: .u is-. eM -- r... J. H. Important to All 1 I

t'Ongress"oat as the correct interpretation of Mr. Lehman of Iowa, offered and the eons I took the platform to nominate Gen. Prather: Nd.i.r: -Z '. J. 1-:. s I t. : N..v't c", I.

platform upon the question tariif reduction i resolution declaring for Black. The speech was spoken in excellent P. Keatiim : S.w ntUl.\ ,\-. :-:10-:

; and also endorses the elforts of our vention adopted of Washington a Dakota Mon- I form and with magnificent; delivery, and before way: Ned Jr>r.<*..... >!?..-. ii h' .'< ',oric,
nwcratie the admission '
'(cure a reduction representatives of excessive in taxation.congress: to 1 tuna and New Mexico into the union. the man from the mines had gone far he H. OeliUMs; N.-rui ,!.r'l. ,. .1 ,\". 'Juisom The most iuhdrtaritlop in S*)utJ

Cbltf amu g its principles of party faith : On motion of Abbet, of New Jersey, the I completely won the sympathies of the audience ; Outo C'u.vn ?->. ..r... ,-. f.) <. .. .. A. Florida H the Orange crop and ever

die the maintenance of an indissoluble union ;, following resolution was adopted I which gave him the heartiest applausa: Noltiifr: Pen i-vlvautt.- '>,', ".. St,-: : l.iiie i

t tree and indestructible states now about to "IIESOIJ ED, That we express our symI I that any one had received during the day. ; I-I tad; J. B. bar.li ; Suit CU'.I': F. one should endeavor to secure a tf jOi;

enter upon its second century of unexampled: t with the struggling! people of nationsin Silence prevailed while the speaker real a :\-. I.,\\", >n; '.':it r".fte.. .L x*. i. >., .ey;

rogrevj: and renown : devotion to a plan of I, path their eifi-r's i'.U, tor la twelvem letter from (;1':1. Black n>kin; for the withdrawal Texas' *. T. 'I'.1!' : Vernir.. ;... : ii Ar- variety ol orange in'l idanttn: a ::rut

tnrrumeilt: strictly: regulated by a written Jrmtt"ll01tt'r "t.ulsti- the western worni the M..*..iii-. .: 4'er'imaetit fnv- of his nine: on the ground that the ', thin: Virginia. J. t>. Barlrvar West Virginia. To eln this, and pct :such fruit ..> hay
siiecifving every 1.vil and r.-ti mus a '*rc '. .. i t i
and the I :1'1 sentiment of the Dew-racy was for Thur- n1. ( \nwnt-s; lVi'eaa.u. J. L.

people, the expressly ent.re: ni ungranted rvliig: to residue Gatesas : oi W" e"<{'? i.tl'y .-cliivour svin tuy wuu led:he l moan an I t'.en was loud cheering when the Mitchell ; Ar,z -ia. U*. K. Meads; Difcota, taken premium at many of our :tat
noble w ho. byi
''d |Pot-r; fiKxiumgeinent; of a Zl'Zaui.. i iliJotmic effortHere and! Partied patriots are cm4uctiiu ,sugratsiatd I signature; was reached.tie M. H. Day; i>.%tnct of Columbia, William Fairs and at the New Orleans Kxpo-

Prulur vi-ikuuv; ', directed to) al: wl-.. haverU : tlC:1Nful a contest for hone rule in concluded by 1 leaving toe cuiuj of Gen. DicKinton; ; )1.111 taJl, W. J. McCormick;

y WMtwii for brief terns to gds: .* and exe- ;. I rt"l tl 00." Black in their hands without further com New Mexico, A. Josephs; Utah, J. P. Rose- sition, Luy your trees from C1>'- 3Ia-
\;. T71thtl l-iw. and are charged tvitu tit* dutyvt 1 I hrrJuh: Washington Territory J. H. Kunn
asked unanimous ment. ;
t :\ Baker of Ohio, con ; ;
r.
TrrvUi.. and S UO kIet]- '. Fla. 20tf
{ uv, ensuring euu-iiiiv Wyoming M E. Post Idaho John Cruder A, : un. (
ll't Mll.; JUstl.-M, The roll call was resumed and a Conuecti- i ; Haley.



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+ 0; THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1SSS.

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A WARNING AGAINST MESMERISM.I slops. 1 wanf to Benefit neighbors.." CARDS.AffHTLAWAKDUOTARYPpBLIC. Passenger Department. :XOTIC'K.

,, "Well," responded the doctor, "whom ---------- ----------- I In pursuance$ notice hit III n, ,,

I I Dls.istiotia Kesults from tho Experimentsof do you regard as your neighbors?" L. .1. ttIXGIL\ s DeBARY & PEOPLE'S LINE antI under an .nh'r of the 11.n. :\ju"::", ".!,

\mateurs-Chk Rubiueftft. "Why, those around me." J.mes County Judge of Rrev.u.1 ( ulnt ,

It has become a great:: fad in family "Do you mean those whose land joins = will on the ind day! of Jul\. l 1.....x ;; '.

circles to experiment in the art of mesmerism yours?" STE.A.MER.S.: : }'uhlic'utt'r ., l t..tflrth,' Court ILuC',', '

and to try the various tricks of "Yes." Rock Ledge. Florida. i I II in Tituo'villt'.in: said coimtUi\\t",.n ?',

test mediums, such as staring steadfastlyin "Well, how much land do you own?" __ _u -- I Il'allunl'S: ,,sale, to the Iiy' ::h-t |liJ.] ." ""

the eye of a weak willed person and "About 500 acres." D. L. G\rI.DEX. : for cash the following; lamU 1\\wtllI.i j .'. ,

thus obtain control of their minds. These "How far down do you own it?" I II the estate of .\. J. Parr bte.f s.j! I".'"J I''

13 amateurs find a great deal of fun in this "Why, I never thought of it before ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, : II I I deci-asotl to pay the debs ?t .I|,., ,,.1..1,.

form of amusement but sensible parents : but I suppose I own half way through." Florida. : / to-wit-
Titusville- .\II the right title and
the iimr.M.i ..,
should never countenance such proceedings "Exactly, was reply. "Isupposo -- -- ; "
for the most disastrous results are you do and I want this money for the JONI T& WILLIAMS?, i I I ditvasiin and to thvacns j ill th|u' "I}:ltwist .
; l'urt1l'r..i fractional) lot *
likely to ensue where tho subject is of a Chinese the men whose land joins yourson City oiJ ae 1sso11v i11e : !. v < ti'.n .N
21 Miutli of :, ..
township
the bottom."Pacific 1 range :; ., |v"ill I
neurotic temperament. Nervous, hys- Attorney J-S/av. : CA1TAIN. A. :11.\\r. I Rrevanl: t '''UlI1Y. State ol 1 |..rnli:m. (
terical girls and soft boned growing lads
VINEGARS THAT POISON. !
Titiisville, Florida. : J. F. IM WMMjerttl : \ \.
should be from these circles
,
kept away --- -- ----- -- Daily Irom Jacksonville ('{' ) Saturday. and Et.:: tlIil.i., \diiniu-: : ,-,
.,4 for there w always a possibility of ad- Some I.xcllont Advice Keg.iidin:; the M. KOP.mXS.) i I This .I..t..i :Max. I'''.

mini-terin a shock that will leave lasting VariutM Hrallc1s-.hi'h lithe I'fit. Q.EO. 1-1.: 1*. Philit.

effects. "There are good vinegars in the market .15 ivni\s MM:.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
I was called to attend a young lady in ; there are also tho>e which are indifferent i 'APT.. I. C. HALL, Notice is hereby given that: 1I1\11.-r .

North St. Louis, who had lain in a tranco bad and very bad. The latterare TiTt>viui:, FI.A. virtue IIft tin.tl ,1'C'n'C' of s.ile .ntd I m i...n', .' iure i ,
state for three days and could not be restored "' remarked Daily from Sanford except Sunday. I
the more common, a A M. TIIKASHKII rendered l h\ the Honoral.N .1,"m. \>
( by ordinary medical treatment. member of the health IxjarJ to a reporterthe .. : I Rnnmic, .I midge coi Iii,. t.ir'uit r..iui i I. r : ,

She had been playing! at innocent parlor other day. "The best and most ATTORNBY-AT-LAW i ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER. Seventh .hulil.i..1 circuit "i th.. x,I.t', ,

tricks one Sunday evening until the en- wholesome are those made from cider Florida on Ma L"!th. .\. I*. I I''"'. ill ., I

tire company declared they had enough and wine. These retain .suggestions' of 1.0.11x Will practice:". in all the counties s1\FORP.I'I.A.of tLt.S \"t.uth I. St'ht'dnh'-.JJI' til. 1SS7.' i lain valet* in chancerx I therein ji !M i,;.;;,,

!4 of it. Then a young man proposed to the apples and grapes from which they Circuit and supreme Court. f I I the circuit nmrt tor n":1r41 I i.in-v:, I
Ul:TU.u.
mesmerize one of the young ladies, and, originally; cam If carefully Kept they ---- ---, --I II .ut'111...\... LA"l'ISl \rrn. for the circuit aforesaid w h,'rt ml I |I. .

I without any idea of his secret power, remain palatiblo for an indefinite R IJ. P.rilCIIFIELD. ?:' 0 p mT J.kstl&\'iIl. tIO: a. III man i is complainant and How II Tit| ",

3 made the usual passes which he had seen period; if enrelt'.s.sly. they like every I I ; :00 p in 1'.alo\tk Toeni 10 l..t'aH't a III1 defendant a s master in C'h:11h I rw. ,,1! v I
(M -
practiced in the theaters. After the third good foc.ltl Hibs-tanco. !:fI apt to lieeomemoMy SURVEYOR. 1 ::-- p]> m0 m In&I."tIlD II :.&(1) IU i for cash tn thc highest bidder ...u.'I.\. ?..,

movement tho girl's eyes assumed a ) and iinw liolcMuii". 1'iom a gastronomic COUNTY lUll p m Wf'lakl: 111:11I f p III I the :!11I1 day of July, the ".out: I., ill".; th, t,..
12:'') III d t beer t'tfWn 9:10 p m :Moml.iy in the month, in fn-nt ..t .
th
stare and tho became best is; | ;1.
glassy operator standpoint, the vinegar Orders by mail will receive .prompt j 1'::.': a ta totusia .:151\ III :
alanib'd. The subject was to all intents : that which is made from red trine; next attention a-> calls in per-on. ; 2::0 a III. \"tllr ':':10 pill house door in Titiisville. llnvm: II.." i
unconscious of her actions and would not I .J-I'alU ltel..audJ.uuUnt: : .0111\111 Florida, In-twivn the U-gal h'.in- ,.i .
: to it are those made from white wine,
Addre (: Fin. i .
*: Seoririana, :JOaw; ltnI.rin;; 1:15 p 111 the following goods and cliattOnebillianl .
III"
respond to pinching, calls, or even a : cider and perry. The first is: invaluablein Arnres _
more violent summons. She was put to I salad dressing on account of its beautiful .- :\iI x ()x.-- -- ----- -" !; s: a In Eitt...orbs 2.;0 p ru table I and fixturelatol -. .1'.1: | ; I
HnF. table and fixtures the-gnu' !
,
Isle
who witness of If:'HI a m Sallforoll'itharr_ 1:0: p III ;
her
bed by mother was a : color: the second is most useful in I,
9::*) a m Sanford: :0\. 1'. H. H. 1.JJ: p 1U I'rll"'rt of s.iid d fcndant.Witnosmy .
tho ailair and ordinary remedies usual tho-e paratioiis where no color at allis
I hand :tall taI tinof ::.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACEFor f
4 in catalepsy applied. A physician wasp desired; the third h available for all ("H.TIOAt TiH'oi \\ilh ht. John Railroad; May, A. f.1 >s. !
called in but he could not .I awl the lat t'>. I' at I'alatk.i with I.rida southern Iallway; at Entiretun
suggest any S"iieral use, comes to the Second Justice District of I>;evard ught.. Johii'4 and Halifax liner Jlailroad. [i.. -.] \\.1l.TInS..mtmt\a.

relief except electricity. A ttrongshock front whenever the tlelicioui jargonelle: I county ; Court day: third {.Monday, :at .\-t<>r with M Johns and Lake Lu-tM lailw3\ : .">t Mastir in i.u.m.' ,i.Jones .. ...:
was given but the patient remained in- I flavor i-i conducive to the culinary suc of each month. it Ivl.tiul Liiuhnvith el.iinl and St. Johns: ) \\'idiiamii-'mhietlor;; .. inr. <..iui'' $
sensible although breathing regularly. Kailni.ut; at Blue springitli IJ. S.. O. t*. ami AItiilttay I
,
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cess."Below : at l.ntcri.ri-e with A. C., St. .1. I. It. -
When other measures failed, the pa- this first c1Lq are the vinegars IT SANDERS K.nlrJ.iJ. for TltiiMllle; at s.infunllth trains ol siii:! irrs S iii:. f

; rents sent after me and after hearingtho ,: made from ale l>eer an.}1 whisky. Theseare JL _: i ii the S. F. Iailro.ltlltlr Tampa; at Tampa with the I I.I nder and l h\. virtue of an t' ,,i.u;; I n, .
facts I decided( the lady was sur- and often o5'ensiVe.They : i .tenner I.ICi.1":1'': tlf the 1'1allttt'aUl"hip lane. t
I
conrso heavy tor I'oint-on: Tamp: lUy and :Manatee liner': also sued out of the I 'in'nit ( t.ini t I.'r i I hi.! ?
+ charged with electricity and the girl j never except in the case of \\ Jli:31: y, Justice of the Peace for the Thirteenth with the 1'l.iul St.un..hil' Line I.teuuslupsoLivII.T.1 Judicial ircuit ot l..ml.i., I Li.: 1.0' r

must be demagnetized. I worked for I are made parltsalr. hat represent the District. :: and \1.\'COTT]: Jllr Ke> West. and c(mntupon! a judgment rl'I'u".r..1 m II'I' f

three hours, and was almost completely desire of tome bivwer or distiller i to I COI'Ul'NLY:: FI.OUIIU. Ha"au1'1'Ky, \Ve.t fue)- >Monday da\ and and Fridar.fhursdav.and Havana arrmns\\nlii at- I court ol the Honorable. Miiini .1 ,I,. t

exhausted when I began feeling the cold utilize goods hiell have been ruined by ('ourt hj the thiitl :-.If11r.I.IY. of etch .iiouth .--ili\ and :MtimUKfturniti; : :!. l.'a8 lla\aii.i nullity .) midgt' amid ex-oHiei. .liiMi. i,.. : : i'

i1 current passing from my fingers throughmy careless treatment and which would -- emeryVeduesiiy and Siturdav. Peace fur Ilrcvard county, lluixlt t

system. Then I realized the girl was i otherwise prove a total los*. The ale I W.TEHJ.IYE, ;\At.J-liuffalo"\' SWflt.:\1 lit II 111 Lif.-(.e".\...V....I.I.UIaud KIII- c Ii H.E. transcribed to said t Circuit < .ourt. ttIi, It : ,

1 saved, for science had conquered. Imagine that sours in the' l";rrels and hogsheads, Sick lieiiefit .\ -OI.'!tWIl. Uullalit :N. \-. Ht'lt"rall'a.W11er \ -eut. DelJary Line C..I. Hector was plaintilFand M I.. v. i "

what would have happened if the I the beer that begins to putrefy in the \v. -.1 1>)>.\YIflso\. was defendant, I have Icvitd! ) iixn ml! 'v I
.
iL'bult was failure. The patient was a : vaults and the wietclu-d} whisky which Cintral I'r.1'ic .ti eiit I'to&lf.l.Lin.- sell, :It | nblic outcry, to Iii IIiJ!I' "'
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handsome blonde of a negative nature, I is so full of fu-il oils; that no dealer not i best bidder for c: sh, in I'nmt "I I h. c"

only 17 years of age, and although she : pven the lowest. will purchase; it at any : RATe PARKER'S von Cough CINCER BronohltK TONIC Asthma,without Indigestion delay Use IIliaa :\OTCI:. limns: door, in Tittisvillc, in ..a i.! '"III'i ,

t' had never been south in her life, she I price, are the raw materials from which : for cured all affections manyortUe of the t.+urst throat Oases and and lungs is the, and best diseases remedy fit ( '!,','uil C'ltirt fnf th(' with Julie ii)1 tin the first :.Monday in Jnl\ tli" -:nm' !'.. f.
arising from blood and exhaustion. The feeble thl'l'l'l..tJIII thereif .t.I I ). 1 I.. > !!
Impure day u : '
cpoko of places in Memphis: and while this class of vinegars i- made. They : ., FlotilaJtt/,'
j and sick struggling apainst disease and slowly drifting ( 'in Ii, of! OmlliIII !/. al hours of ,, 1
the Iej sale the | 'II|| b
under tho mesmeric influence claimed cannot be said to lm injurious, but they to the grave,will IB many oases recover their health by : I MI 111' ,'01 i inerty l.
the of I'arker's ,
GmperTonic butdelay is dangerous. Chnncffij.Vnlentino ti-vvit
,
that her name was Henry Seymour. Sho are simply miserable aix.ilog.ic for the ."Ifk': it in time. It is invaluable for all pains : t
and disorders of stomach and bowels. 60o.at > lot number stereo ill in 1.1.., ,
i ru gi!>t& E. :Mi'rilli-N I >I. K i I.
would answer questions promptly when real article. In England they! make whatis --- -I j
formerly Valentine E..lone ber ID>>, as will :appear njion :' 111:11': | I.I (,1.1'i I
addressed that and to
by name appeared called malt from mashed
a vinegar 31 'n1'I:MIL'S
h'c l S. II. 1:1lal'f.: 1 of the village ot :Mclliomni', lin-\: ."I
: when informed that .. I
grow quite angry malt without distillation but by simply o..tie
next friend I and 1 .VViNon ;! comity, Florida, Mirvi>\ il unl i 01!: ,i iu1 h i t '
sho was a woman-a fact that she would nlUming the sugar fermentation to go to I l1 ,>rfnrnclnee.11t'rillis M.' Cook civil dais ) .Inn. : -
her I I iul.bmld I I, S. cn-rinecr, < :J: f
not 1JcIit t"('.-Magnetic Physician in an acetic fermentation. It may also he Vs. I ISOmid I lot fronts uj.ii N, u II c-

Globe.[)cIl1ocr.lt. stated that there is nothing equal for domestic MEMORYDISCOVERY. Jiinu'NV.. ( \nn I :t.l'llIIltrl't.t., and i is lioundcd nortli I 1.\ !. w

use to a good cider vinegar, and : nilinber twelve, cast I bv lot unnh.,! I '!"

1 'Tooonut," ami Not "Coooamit." consumers should he willing to pay a fair i. It having liit-n miladetolppeartothe'iiirtIy south by New Haven avcniuI It ml .nwest t d
I I itlidavit of thl'I'nt alMive-nanml
c'tlmI' -
It may interest readers to know that a. price for honest goods. : by lot numlnTfourteen.all 01 -u I i ij;l I, '-
ainants that \\ ( the dfiVntl-
recent number of the new quarterly, ..1l buying; their vinegar from reputable : :1II1lo: 'ul'p[ Winin section 2, township 2\ ? ,'1.1'',
ant, is a resident of the I'niteil States, over
Anna Is of Botany, contains short article dealers only there will be no dull- I\'holly im.llif .utili.'ul ..)-..t"III"u\' I"k r.tngei east. \
I I :21 I ears' of ami that his lesiilenee -
by Professor Bayle Balfour upon the rutty in avoiding such unwholesome i learned ill "tie it idinj 1'\1"1 .r:> 01111'' 7: III tialtinl"r., age present li J. F. I IM WM\N.: j
1/111/ at I'.'tn..t I .f\ol. 'o l'IIIII.j.lphil.! !tart: citssesot' i is unknown, and after diligent inquiry I ,
correct spelling of this word. lIe shows stuir as wo herein Below this I heritl'of Hrcv: :"Jc"niiiated i |
I expose. Coluinltu I.iw .lIIII..ut. at \ ale. \\ f lli-s.l -j-. il.er cannot l he uscvitaimil.
that etymology! anti early authority alike grade of whisky vinegar, bad enough in I lie rnneriitjChantauqiu. of P.nn.. Miclnuan I'lmrr-itj It is therefore ordered that thl't cl this J' th ,I.iy of .M.ix.. \ II l 1OTIM I 1-- j

make "coconut" the correct form for I every reflect, are the vinegars made in I li. the >i-ientift.. \.' \:1'\Ines.1. Kndnrsed'. \V,liv ASIOU Uinnr.n Jc.ntii 1'1:01Tf I'-.' I JamiiesV.. Ciipp do plead, an-vviT elr demur -- \ :. :

the fruit of the coco palm and that the laboratory by chemical pnx/esses ande.pecially I HESJ\lIIS. Jl .1,:.:.. I iibsno Hr. UhllWN. E. 11 t'oa, to the' impl.iinants'! hill of ('lIlllpltintlal'l'l'in .
"cocoanut" is merely a relic of the ignorance by the destructive distillation I Principal. Yt Normal i'ullfMef. l'I'rll'llytal1ilt tiled <>u or before the '!ill day oi II, tI", ( ')I'f.Nfl Omrl '1",!" :/i ,, nth '/11.% ii
by -orn'-poinl..'iu-e l'rn-'I.tus IVr rUt t: II 1-101.;" :," ,," 1 ,ffll". .
( 'i""i
of those who supposed and of woud. lTnlcss relhi"d ami i (1" '" '
cocoa : skillfully Irom 1'ISOF. LOI* lrTE.t: : : Filth) .\w..w Yoik July, A I.1 % or the same will l>e taken
chocolate to bo obtained from the coco l'urifit'tl11wv contain creosotevxxl tar '; -------- as confessed. I -I. /). lI' SS. fit ( 'fnntrt r j. \
'
nut. This "ignorance, madam, pure and other product- of the same class, all 'I Exhausted Vitality.THE And it is further ordered that a copy oi Thomas l:. Ilibbcn. ] }

.ignorance I" was unfortunately shared of which are injurious many of which this order lie piiMi-hed in the FM>KII>A ,I ,.. .1.l1ll1r! F"i.I ., !""'::1'

by Dr. Johnson at the time when he are poisonous and some of which are I SCIENCE OF LIFE KNOW THYSELF ; Sr\u, a newspaper pnMi-Iu-d in tin adjuin- II. .\. l'h.ne. )

prepared his "Dictionary," and although fatal to the user.: They have one atl'I''I I in .: county of )I.revard, there being nil It ajiH-irinx| from the ntlidav i r -i.i i :, -

he afterward learned otherwise, and in vantage, and only one-=they are T11IL SCIISCE:: 01! LIIT tin- :great MnlK.il Work new-paper' pnlili-hed in Dade county, for agent of the ."complainant ill tin. .,\.. \ -
A-
his "Life of Drake" correctly wroto They bear the same relation to genuine of the. Pr a<,;'mature. on Mmh.w.,1 Decline, ,N>Errors r\oiis of an.l Youth I'liyticalMilit and four consocntiw weeks next 1'rl'C.'C'tling the Ntatt- l cansthat the slid r -H.inl II nt!. II
> .
.
coco plural cocoes this was after the vinegar that myrbano oil does to hitter the untold miseries continent tlicreon. 3o.i pages: said liud day of .Inly, .\. I D. ISS. .. ,\. Picn-c, is a non-ri-sident IIi tin' >i ii't' '

publication of the last edition of tho"Dictionary" almonds glucose to pure sugar, sweetent'(1 '':, !v vo.. PJ5 prl'81'rlptious] for all dic.ifloth, tnl. Witness my hand 1 and cal!, and tlic :-.4.'al Florida, that the jila(v of n.id"'II'l il-/
gilt, only ;1.41.1 my in ill oealed Illu-tratue sdini'l ''ui the said (I'onrt at the Court I HIIIIMT, this and IIi.d' '" .
in his lifetime, so that he dilute oil of vitriol to lemonade and I I tree to all and niuldlf aged men The gold said icsN nden< is i nnknov.n.
) ties! !
had no opportunity of correcting his unfortunate lard oleomargarine to fresh creamery :: and ..Jl"w..11",1It'l" > tin I. llth lay of :May .\. D. IssyHINRY is over the a;':e ol 21 J years, it i- tlun !too" I ),

and misleading error. butter. "-New York Mail and Express.A i National Medical Associationddress I'. II Box : T. I'III->T, hereby onlcre l that tin- said n-|"' 'ii n1: : |
I l".ti. ll.toll. liars.. or 1)rV.. II. 1'tU.Etrl.il1! Clcik' of Court, Dade ('u., Florida. d'! mi,Its i .
II. .\. Pienih plead, answer ?r ;
Botanists, however long continued to I ate of Harvard Medical" College .5 j ears' practice ,
( ;iKO. M.: RoPdJINs, bill of i-omplaint h. I' n I ,
the
use the correct form-some have never Centipede's I'reparatlon for Sleep. : in HosMn who may he consulted confidentulljOffice. '. unplainint's : ;
So ; Solicitor for Complainants. ti1.Is'i'IN's day .1\ .11,1' I -
4 Bullfinch
i St. Specialty. Hi-easesof wan hll..l. on nr Ufonthe 2nd > :
ceased do 6o-and Professor Balfour
to A centipede is afraid of a tarantula I .
: fut this out. You It will h l ll:il ncimfesMHl .
may never see attain.Aq .\. I P. 1>"% nr the same tI
now calls "upon them to unite in banishing and when he lies down to sleep he al- .
I and the !I. :iil<'W
-- ----- SIM:. complainant
,
the blundering "cocoa nut" and ways takes the precaution to build a. cac- I said ,'all".1 I.1i.
in
in putting an end to a mischievous con- tus fence about him. A tarantula will Notice is herchy iven that under and tu is protocol further cx-parte ordcreil that this .,nl/..r I I... ]">

fusion between coco cocoa and coca, never crawl over cactus, and thus securely liy virtue of a final decree of sale and foreclosure .' '..
fished in the FI.OHIDA>> SFAI: nen-pi| ;
{ rendered by l the Ilonorahlc ..JohnI i
which the three distinct '
are entirely \ eg- hedged in his own corral the : tll the -,11'' .
four consecutive reckprior
j2nd
\
etablo products. For coco he is able to knows he Iltoome, Judi o of the Circuit Court for *
centipede may bleep as long as ,IaIIf .Jllh'. A. It. ls>'''. 4:
cito not only Dr. Johnson's own use as he wants to and his enemy can't get at the :Seventh Judicial Circuit of the State ui. Witness the""Honorable( ) ,,, I1.1 l>r..1",", 4 4.Jnd'e
to his Dictionary but the Florida, on the -Itli day: of May, A. D. ** .
opposed uso him. It is laughable out on the Mojavo of said Court, as w..II:1' 1. '' a
of the laureate who in "Enoch Arden"writl.g desert to watch the security of thesecentipE'de 1SSS. in a certain cause in ( 'hanc'l'tlll'n' art clerk IIi faiel| Cinirt, and tli.- -( al.,1 -'I .
I in pending in the Circuit Court for Ilrevard I ..f '
: as they lie and sleep, while 1 (',,"rt, at the court llon'e, i in tin t"Titiisville II
( and for the circuit aforesaid wherein
The slendor coco's drooping crown of flowers. 1I I onnty of"n-asd "'":* :
their arch E>enemies the tarantulas, are Urevard: county,
\aron Adonis and John I. Howe I'
are .
Dr. Murray is also quoted as writing, looking over the garden wall so to speak, complainants, Stephen Ryder and I 1*. :Millie 1 the 2''th ..1:1flf" .Mav: .1.1'.1' .,-
"I shall certainly use coco in tho dictionary A.'sTEWAKT, J
trying to get at them. I have seen the defendants I :Master in .\.
Ryder as
t are .
and treat cocoa as an incorrectby Clerk of < i-1; "
tarantulas nose around for hours lie foregiving I
1 Chancery, will l\\. for cash, to the highest
form.-Notes and Queries. it up. But the cactus is a sure bidder, on Monday, July the :!wl, .\. D. [:Seal of ( 'in.nit ( 'otirt,

barrier. When once they become satisfied l>ss, the same lieinsj the tint Monday in I'revanl: ('"., Fla.jLyl.

Science In the Hnu"eioltl. there is a complete barrier they go ;! f the montn, in front of the Court House .\:'; E. IJ\nxi: ,

There is heat enough wasted around an away and cease to thirst for the 1 gore of ) door, in Titiisville. I.revard County, JOsEs'Ii.LLtlle: ft
ordinary kitchen range--to say nothingof the centipede. The latter, however, always 1 Florida, lietween the legal hours of sale, all olicitors for the! f*otimIIiiinu: J.I .*

the furnace-to furnish all the power takes a careful look around before <&& the following elt.-t'ril'l.el real estate, to-wit : I S\I I:.

needed to run the sewing machine pump he removes the cactus and ventures $ Ml that certain lot, piece or parcel ol land J\STIU.S

water for an elevator, and light tho forth.-G. W. Dunn in San Francisco x with th buildings.. thereon erteted-ituatel! i Nuticv is i hereby given that! iin.tr .:MI(. ":i :o 7.
3 *( & f.'r I'
dwelling by electricity. The same wasto Examiner. lying and heinj in the town of eklerlge, virtue of a final) decn-e "1-deod. .Mm I*

of heat of tho cooking apparatus mightbe in the County of Ilrevard, in the State of mire rendered l by the IIon..r.d-i. ;

mado to cool the house in summer and The I'ainons Carthusian Table. Florida, known as Mock number t'n10)( I5r iome. Judjrc:of the ('in.uil. p.n*.' ,"I' 'llef

to with the bill. Not from Mexico tad r being: a part of the north-west: quarter ( n :Seventh .Imlii-ial I circuit '.i tin ..
dispense ice a great way Monterey. $ '
I
1 I"1"
of the .south-east 2t'th. .\. j'
w 1 ji quarter |Is e .11 1 of Florida on :flay
When nitrate of ammonia, for example is the famous Carthusian table, one II''I'1! :'': is i
is dissolved in water it absorbs an of the greatest natural curiosities on the : : .; ?.nD1Uci' FAVORITE section ((4. in township twentyfirenuth Ci-j I ) I tain <-ause in chancery tht-nin."1.11't 11:_ ,11.1 ,'I F '
of thirt '-.ix : i of I'revanl: (
Ialil |1J01ll1l1l'Clanclclecrihell
( c.'a.t the circuit court
range: ,
enormous amount of heat and tho prin- continent. It is a table land 1.400 feet ; r cr ORDER.t follows wherein I H-nn. J 1'-: U
as to-wit Ik-ginning the circuit aforesaid, ; 1
.
ciple is readily applied in the construc- high and 2.500 above sea. level. The -' ''' tpllr 'i:n nccwingmachinc. : dl'l'fllI C mm! '. t
at point Iii the side of aUlI! : '
a ( northerly llyder l'JlIIl'lammt
anti h
: : at your i 'co for terms -.11
tion of refrigerating chambers. Properly figure of the table land is an almost perfect intersection t in chanet rt .
write formed
'i cablet11 cur agent, avenue, by the of the fI.'I1I1:1IIt, I atnlter '
elaborated and located these could be so crescent, running east and west, and m i'stU'Wrofa to vou below named easterly -icll'i of Alpha streetyith said fnr ea-ii lu the hill--t! bidder mi..l l \l, .:1 h :

arranged as to keep meats etc., better: on its summit is more than 80.000 acres :itJ:.' L.4I..' :"'i. I).,CHIn.! nR \!f'Lt'IS\ northerlyide Of Ryder avenue and running I' .J III% :!r.tl, .\. I). 1/1:0:,.", the '::11.11'. I ?,.' hiI'
than the ordinary ice box to cool water I of perfectly level land, abounding i.i run : '.I;t"U8"J: il,11! : tUJ"\; I thence northerly and along the easterly mini )Innllain the Itlflnth 111.If' 1 :
n
for dnnking more wholesomely than tho ning water. The only way to reach the .'l'- uroi:: : SQUARE.NX- DALLAS! I sidv i of .ll'hatrc.'t't two hundred ftetto I', court house" door! in Titii ill'I I" t I
.
average ice supply, and to send volumesof top is by a perilous road five feet wide '_.t.: Lou. .' ftTIANGASAh._....... 1C',,\.. A the -nutherlyideof .\n'nue" \,'' thence I county, Florida. U-twet-n the. 'II'I\ '

cold air down through shafts to registers and three miles long. This singular ------ --- ---- -- -- easterly and along -.aid southerly side of of saliall the tollowins iltM! n)ft f'; (

in the ceilings of rooms so that the mountain was named for the Carthusian ,\dnllnhtl'ahu.alul Guardians avenue ".\'' and parallel with Ryder tate, f>-v.it : All those cert.un I 1-'tIvinsr I It1. I

heat of summer: might be tempered as monks by a former tribe of Indians who :\o1i('('. avenue two hundred feet to the westerly j' :HHll'l'w" in the 1 cunty......riI"'I It! :.- '' J -

certainly as the cold of winter. Tho occupied"it and were taught by the To aft i-li>ii) it nimj (.mfern. side of the public highway, thencegingery I and StateI1 Florida and d f,1' I ..,1...:.

same supply of the ammonia salt may be father It is now owned as a summer Take Notice, that six month's: after date along the: westerly 'n\v\ of said !I lows, to-wit : Known a> \\r I plan. I?I ,I II the

used repeatedly by evaporating the water, resort by Senor Don Patrico :Melmo\ a I will apply to the Honorable Minoi r' public: highway and parallel with Alpha I Hirer City; said I plan I I'eing I "; ,"'varl":r' .1 ."h.,

for which purpose the waste heat above rich banker of Monterey, a lucky Irish S.Jones. County .Judge! of Rrevard County. : street two hundred feet to the northerly (clerk's i"l. at TituvilUbr -, .

spoken of could Ixs utilized. Tho possi- man who in his native land was known Florida, for lily final 1 discharge from niv II side of Ryder; a"ell1lltht'l1cl' westerly Florida' h tte-t half IIi hot.,.. a 1111 i' :!, 'r I

bilities of applied science in tho house- as plain Pat Mullens.-Chicago Herald. administratorship of the ( tate of Sarah along the northerly side of Ryde'ravenue ((71, nl1mIJl'rtwl"nt\.llfl't'I-I lot-III"- :t I 0.

hold have not been even nibbled at.- F. Wool;deceased, and irom my guardianship ., I and parallel with avenue ".\," two .I, her IWl'nt\-H'\.l'11. 1271 1 aiijl north"I I I'I

Chicago News.IIdn't 32m. .11 a." .. a .4 ..... of William Woolff, late an infant,..1 hundred feet to the place or point of 'I the nortlu-ast quarter l the: ....... '. I" "!-(
In Dtath'alt'Y: An.-o ,,. but now of lull age.Dated beginning.: terof section thirty-tlm I *. J I Ilrl\. _311
; !'I
; .
All His I thousands of,11..s eoitTt-ij taut 0 a.ii'oosit Tar5 ; this 2nd day. of February.. .\. n.I Witness: my hand and seal this Know Neighbor
I 1SJ>S. ofMay, A. 1). lS NS.WALTER. ( ) ...:a-t. 1'itntmy
of borax two feet thick anti
!f- immense
askeda u-.r I'lNV '
A distinguished clergyman once j JAMES M. P. POOL. S. (JRAIIAM, A.

gentleman to contribute money for quantities of salt lime yd soda.levelof I Administrator of the estate of Sarah 1I'onlff '.. Master in Chancerv.I I I ;-t \\ >: .lillllei''ALTEn dl'II'' > !1I. 1\

foreign minions, and received the reply: The locality is ninety feet below the deceased, and guardian olWilliam f >. L. (G.trLIiN i, :Master in 'ii'' 1\

"I don't believe in foreign missions.:: I the sea, and is evidently the W of a Woolff; a minor. Complainant's solicitor. r-.">t I Jones \Villiuas: ty'iipliutilt'-} "

won't give anything except to hone mis- dried up sea.-New York Tribune.



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FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1SS8. ..

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LIGHT AND AIRY.In L. C. OLIVER. F T. I1L'DGE.QIIvRR I OTICI:.

LAND OFFICE at

Church. &, :B1.J"DGE: .1 line :. i":>: ,-

I feel a solemn sanctity. _=- Xotieeis Ilt'rehv'II. that the h lollou-:
Sweet rest of soul is mine in -naniiHl settler: lias tiled lIolie'C'llt her

jjv beam abides in pious peace Dealers illGEORGIA "intention to make final proof in xipport. .
My bonnet sets! ,divine! her claim and that aid ]uoofill Iw
Grace, like a river: fills my soul made before ,\. A. Ste-vait. Clrrk Cln-uit

Inthastened j"y IM'T, PINE LUMBER Otint, at Tltui'\'illl'. Fla.. on .lulv Ulih.1SSS. ; .
'Ii ion b Avjwst lower
I feel n !
a i-ernx-t fit. vi/. : .Jennie A. FII x. of ll.n'ti. Hn'-
My*:{i'M'8 ,
F yard ( 'lI., 1-'la. D. >. HI(ti. ft.r the 'nt ,l

A h"ly I ferrrir llPo..trntf! of sOuth-:1--t: i ;c..t inn 10. and east halt
Mv"soul's remotest nooks.n SHINGLES AND LATHS. I of rwrth.t I
a"t J section !:). t4vn>liip i:> I
chastened, fervid joy-
.\ earnest south. rangei. ert.She .
How neat that ribbon locks.Th" !
tells of Christian name:* the hhlowingllttiit->."> good man peace,
The organ anthem swells. General I-IarcIware i prove her t'continnon loidi-ncenpon :&1..1 I
I bathe in streams of pure delisLt, f cultivation of *aid land vi/ : MillO.. U.
1
My dress cost more than NeWs: Cottrell of Iloiti : FraneiT.. Hall olllorti


i.:;; I 0 feel O holy chastened thy rest: deep! 0 peace abiding Sabbath serene spell calm!,, : _"** Sash, Doors and Blinds ; Stoves, Tinware and Crockery. I William 7 : Robert H. Owen S.L'. r.nrehlicl.('.of Tfcuru.Ueorijiana.; : (iri'i;e41ritti Kla.

How dowdy Is Miss Green! .
I feel a pure religious plow, i O'T1t. :.
PAI1TT ArJD OILS
O rapture undefined! y ; I.\xn Or lint: at Jaine&ville. Fla.: )
I know my bonnet looks so nico June '!. l>' t

To those who sit IjeLJnd Vanke! Blade. Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Ice Cream Freezers, Notice Is hereby :.: \'lIlhat the foHmtiniMumed "-

------ : .M-tllerhai tiled notice ot his
intention to make linal in

,--- DAUGHTERS OF EVE. --- Screen Wire Screen Windows Screen-Wire Doors. of Irielailu.tul: that said)prool l )pra'f:uiporr till| lie
,
made ln-lore A..1. Sti-wart. ( IrrK. at
Jlme. Gerster thinks that she will fully recover Titll"illlFII...
on .llIhIHlh.. 1SSS.: viz :
her voice. POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES. Irving I ). Hisc.u-k. (.f U.'rii. Tla.. ii.E..
JIme Carnot is the best dressed Frenchwoman l.,,:ltl, for the lot 1. see. 10. and lots: 1. :.

in France. I :aril 1 :'J. sec. 15, township i" south range

Rose Coghlan spends an hour each evening I TITTJSVILLK FLOI IDA. d a ft.

making her face for the play. I He names the followingvitm*-*..s to

Elizabeth Cady Stanton, at 72, is as much I prove hip: eontimiou re interested in this world as ever. New LUrr:1.ber: : Yard. I I0 cultivation of said !l.uid.i iMill!* OH. .
Cottrell, of ll.irti ; Franci: r. Hall.o! :
Jlrs. Hamilton Douglas, of Atlanta is the Ilortiobertll.Iitirchtiel.ofI;"UI'iUI:1
: ;
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only woman lawyer in Georgia. William I.Oa'cu.: of Jeonjiana.; 'la.i .

Mrs.Matthew Arnold will receive a pension :-\. (=. ll'el' n. 1:1 :r"h'l'.
:
:
from Queen Victoria. All kinds of Pine Lumber Dressed and Undressed Cypress and Pine

Miss Rose Elizabeth Cleveland will remainin :\()'I'ICi:.

Washington until the latter part of June. LAND OFEICE at Jainesville. Fla.. ).
Laths etc. etc.
Mrs. Endicott denies that her daughter is Shingles May 11. l S. ,
engaged to Joseph Chamberlain. Notiee 5 is hereby jjiven that the following I

Miss Annie IL Whitney, of Lancaster, Special attention j ivcn to all onler>. River Trade Solicited. Yard i> located on tho ttttll'itle of: intention- : settler has tiled notice of his t
to make linal in
Mass.mastiffs, is in the this country.most successful breeder of l ail vav,11'(':--t of the Grand View Hotel. Titnsville.TITTJSVILLE : I of hi:- claim and that said)proof)proof support will be

made before the Clerk of Circuit Conn.

Amelia Rives is bewilderingly handsome, -vv. P. :ErATCBETT &ge ii-t. at Titusville. Fin., on July 11. !sv*.
smokes cigarettes, indulges in long walks .
;. viWilliam I). Owen. of (;.Yor-'iana
and is an expert equestrienne.The Fla.. 1). S. 1'jyo.) for the lots 1 ami '!. St." .

wife of M. Floquet, the premier of TROPICAL AND SUB-TROPICAL FRUITS AND FLOWERS. ('.. township 1 south and lots .': awl&&I.
France, is a tall, handsome woman of diplomatic section :ill. township i'{ outh.. rule .":.

talent and charming manners. Mme. Egyptian Queen Pine Slips. east.
Jules Ferry is her niece. lie names the following \\ itneseto

Miss Flora West, daughter of Minister s"DT.Asr REVET* STTJR] .IES. prove) his continuous resilience upon :II.,}

West, slight and fair and only just 21. FURNITURE STOREaIT cultivation of, sail! land vi/ :

She is decidedly a pretty woman. Her be- Cow Peas, S1. > PIT Jmshel. Irvinjr 1) Hiscoek. of !lint!. Fla. :

trothed, Mr. Gabriel Sloanson, is short and CATALOGUE MAILED FREE. TERMS: CASH.JOHN lIemFish., of (;('olialla. Abraliam L.IJruner. .
thin, very dark, 23 years of age, rich and a of (ieorgi:111:1 Hom<*i- <(< ;. Allen,
brother of the French general 1$. JIKACH, Imliaw Hirer Nurseries, East Melbourne, Fla. of (JeorjianaFIa.
Mrs. ') S. C. TICKI.I:. Kc i-tei.
Lionel Tennyson widow of tho A. Frosolier, -- --- rbEyt. -

laureate's second son, is to marry Mr. .* '
Y ptEEN. cFe. :\0'1'1('I:.
Augustine Birrell, the author of "ObiterDicta" J
PROPRIETOR. 't, 6i : LAND OFFICI: at ininovillc.; Fla. >
and other works. Mrs. Tennyson is 1. 1'
I May 12. 1S"s. ,
the daughter of Mr. Frederick Locker
Lamp- i Notice i hereby given: that the {.. \:-
son,and a niece of tho late Lady Augusta 4
si iflg-n: pled settler has liled notice of hi-
Stanley, wife of tho celebrated Dean of
Westminster. Parlor Suites intention to make final )proof. in !Mippoit
of his claim, and that aid proof nil! be
Elizabeth of Uoumania is 4"5: years of age, .* **TU made before Clerk of Circuit Court, at
and the most talented woman of royal rankin Titusville. Fla.. on :=rd. IS ss. \i/
the world. The Bed Room Suites This represents a hpaUr1?life .Tn it such n life a*thev enloy July :
or as she is knownin
queen Abraham L. IJrnner. of
Throughout us various scenes Who use the smith's eBeans.Smlth'.a (Jeorgiana. Fla.& .
literature, "Carmen Sylva," begins herliterary I,1), S. 20r; l. for the lots ::. ,I and .*.. -ee.
work at 5 in tho morning. She rises SLE BEANS purify tho blood, by acting
directly and iaromptly oat the Ltver, Skin and Kid.nbination The original Photograph 21)! tp.) 211: south range ::7 ea: 't.
without disturbing her husband or even her Beds Mattresses[ panel of this
nej 'I'hey couslst of a vegetable > that size picture I lie names the (ollovingitne>-,'- Ifl)1'OVl >
maid; "teswithout assistance, and lighting lia+ 110 equal in medical Hcicnce. 'lf+icycaro'our'tipa' Btamp font on receipt Address of lUc. in his continuous:; residence I
a lamp is soon busy with her pen. lion, malaria, and 1)yspepa.ia, and are a safeguard IBILE 1IEAXS, 11pu.:111th
n aiiiNt all forms of fevers, chills and lever, call stones, St. Louis. Mo.lino. cultivation of. >-:Iilll.lllcl.'jJ:. :
Springs and Hrialit'N disease Send 4 cent powiaue for u san,- Irving I). Ili-eock. of Horti. Fla. :
Electric Light for Theatre*. pie package and text the TltCJTEI ol what \ie way. Price, 25 cent per bottle, William I) Owen of ( "ol' ianl. Ilenrv
mailed to any uddrcM, postpaid. DOSK ONE III'AN. Sold by druggists.b .
It is than that before
more likely tho
long
Fish, of (;ieorgiana.) It.I U. ):ure"hld.
use of gas in theatres will be entirely banish- And everything in the 1'VIlN ITIi l: J r tsaai'I'r CO., I'liOl'liLETOliS, ST. IjOXJIS, &XO- of jeorgiana. Fla.S. _It j

ed so far as Puns is concerned. The tiro at Call and :ee the >l'W'tock C. TtCKEi:. ]teglyt.'r.
tho Opera Comiquo has taught; tho author-
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ities a lesson which they have been quick ju'i J"'l'cin'd.Kl''JI T O> "I* IE O 33 S XO'I'I'I:.

and willing to learn and apply. A commisSion l :: full s-upply of metallic anal 1 wooden LAND OFFICE Cainesville.! Fla.. I
is now sitting, balancing the comparative )lay 12.i I-

advantages of bits and electricity, and the Coffins, Cases and Caskets. Notice i, hereby given that the following -
latter is sending the former sky high. The GREAT CHANGE IN PRICES OF GOODS.I named settler! has tiled notice of hi-

commission 11 few days ago visited tho Funerals attended if de>ired. All orders intention to make filial proof) in -npport

electric laboratory at Grenelle, where a cotnj } promptly esecutetl:111(1 at reaonarates. of his claim. and that said )proof \\ ill be

>etent lecturer told them u great deal that Embalming done. -- --I I am int'llarcil to ofl'er Immen.-e' 1 Ilartrains= inMEN'S i made before the Clerk of ( ircnit Court.
was surprising and showed them some extraordinary at Titnsville. Fin., on July 1.:. !>*>* _
experiments. All sorts of inflammable viz. : Thomson C. Wc.-t. of Jupiter. Fla..
' materials, silk, calico canvas, chipsof BEAUTIFUL RIVER FRONT II. K. 17J1G.; for the lots 1 and -2.11 and 1.

j' wood and edges of old scenery were BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING. 1'('('. .'{.",township :W t :,south range .12 cat.He .
brought in contact with the light and showed I names!' the following Ivihtet'.ttprolehil
no tendency to catch fire. There were conditions ATFORCED ;
I, contiunnusreitleuceupuu.autlcultivation
indeed in which flame could be communicated of. !'aitllaUlI. vi/
but it was difficult to produce SALE. i c trzLcT, Wool end. F"1.1r Hats, n.nc1. Eugene Woillard. of Jupiter: ; W. S.Tancre. .

them The members of the commission were Caps 'VV"hi'to an.c1.: Fancy Shirts, of Jupiter ; Thomas Tornan. olAnkona
deeply impressed, and the era of gas in ; .John Roberts. of Jupiter. Fli.

theatres seems doomed.New York Press. TJndcrwoaztr: E1osiory., J"ocli.- -I S. C. TICKEK. I KeUtM.OTIC ...
:;0-i acrt of high dry land beautifully
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I Too huh (ilo
I A pair of shiny boots lie wore a quarter mile liver front. Will be sold Four week after date I will) apply\) ) to
Likewise a shiny hat at least .",0 per cent. less iban any land Unt.: bro1.1.as. nand Eoots.land the lIon. Minor S. Jone. County Judgeof ;
And eyed the damsels at the door of like nature on the liver. We are Urevard county, for leave "to sell
Who came out from the mat. ordered sell and ell we unlst.Aililress Shoos.
to about ninety acres of laud belonging to

No answering glance they gave hi*** hack, or call on i ir Jr?"1'Oll never yet had :such a cliance to get a lot of goods for :>o little. the estate of Mills O. urnham. to pay
As swiftly! past they!\.'\\ i r the debts of said estate, there being III)
I Because, like hat and boots, alack Clias. I). S-1, I mone. 'all and see for our..-eives.: personal property, to-wit : All the right.
Hi coat was shiny too! t title and interest of said deceased in and

-lVi tna Courier. :Manager II I to about 00) acres in Lot 4 of >ection Ji Ii.

Where Tascott lit llitlin;:. Indian River Real Estate Agency, !; iT. ]3I JST3.A.U and Lot 1 of section :t., town-hip i';{
south, range 'J7 cast, all being and lying
Wife Detective-Struck Eureka what! I've struck it at last.. TITUSVILLE. FL.\ 1;' iI i Second Door East of Indian River Bank, TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.Clyde's ill the county of lircvard. State of

"The reason Tascott has so completely disappeared -- ------- --- Florida.
I CJIAS. II. NAI.MAN.Admr. .
I from I know whereto
view.
public I). 1!. X. ( st. )(. O. Ilurnham.

, "Mercy search for me him! Are now.you I'll going find him.to the" north PORTER & POTTER, New York, Charleston and Florida I Thi .June 6th. IhSS. 7fVCourt.

I
pole f' I i XOTIt'E.

"No indeed. I think he must have got a steamship J.ine. I State of Florida, i .
job as clerk in some store that don't adver f Brc'ard"n. *'II'"t" : .
tie." Real Estate Dealers: County *>
-Omaha World.The The Elegant Steamers of this Line are appointed to sale I To Hannah M. Sss! er.:

You are hereby notified that a writ of

Lost Dog. Italic IVortli, Dade Co., Fla. : FROM J JACKSONVILLE I attachment ha; been i-ued again i t yot,
A lady lost her dog last week,
and attached to iati fy the
I And this week when she went I CHEROKEE, (New). Thursday: June 7th, 30 pm your property >
LakeVorth.. Florida is the most! tropical part of demand ol I). L. (i.uldcn! amounting tll
To interview the butcher on SEMINOLE New June 14th 8:00
( )
Thur'IIay, a m
The tbeitltl", It lies parallel itb the wean beach is ::::!:>. Now unless you >hall appear llon
style of meat for Lent,
JJ: mile long. of au average width of one mile, is CHEROKEE, (New). ThurMlay, June 21st, 00 pm the Hon. Minor S. Jone .Jwlgc"i tin-

pointed to a sausage link- connected over with three-quarters the ocean of by a; mile an mlet from, the and ocean.is nowhere SEMINOLE, (New).Thu :'day, June iSth, 8SOa mEvery County Court and e.x-officio Justice

The lady turned to look The filching and hunting cannot be excelled, pow. I Ipano of the Peace for -aid county, at hi
And when she said she'd take it FR.O\-t FER.N A.NDIN
home blue fish: ,ia trout barracuta sheephead and t office at Titu-ville: on the ;th day 1,1
U wagged:; right off the hook.Washington. other: fine fish being easily caught by trolling or
Sunday AfternoonAfter A. I). ll'\. S at 10 o'clock in the
Critic. with a net Deer and wild turkey are plentiful in j I.\u n.t, ,
the pine woods beyond the chain of fresh. water arrival of the I forenoon, judgment will be n-nder-l
likes which he west of Lake Worth. Beautiful cocoanut -< against and Ilrullt.'rt,1,1 l.- 1.I. 1.\
groves are in bearing all along the .shores of ( j I. you your
ile Listened and Skipped. the lake and guavas, mangoes, supadiilos.; alligator'' Florida Railway and Navigation Co.'s TrainLea the debt"
'There were ninety and nine who gave advice pears sugar aj'pies.. Spanish hml"". Jamaica apples. j Dated thi" Hli day of :June, ISiiH.!

And told Low to rake in wealth: ruaumee tamarinds apotas.coffee. goofberry almonds, trees dates. niauiuee til, oranges.apples vi 112 Jack.-unville at :4:i p. m. !! 7 I). 1.. tiAl'MJEX, I'laintiti.OTICI .
They wrote Iou,-screeds with their heads in Ice,
lemons citron and all kinds of tropical fruits .
limes Suuday..lune : rd I YEMAssEi-: :
VELt: SEE :Sunday June lUbDELAVTAIiE
And owtml nothing !but their health; I and flowers are doing finely here. This is the most bunday. June llrth | DLLAWAKE :undaj. Jane 24th I \ : :.
And one .a*a fellow who heard all. eastern part of Florida being 1"0 miles ea-t of the i All pcr.-on* having: claim against the
And be bait eloped with a princely liauL I, longitude ol Jacksonville This brings the Gulf >teauieraie appointed! to ail from I'UT :?', Jki-t laver, New York, estate of James Lowden. late of Hr\ar'l
Nebraska State Journal. stream nearer to the Und here than at any other !
i l part of the coa-t. and thus insures!! the ntot even Every Tuesday and Friday at :'i o'clock. I*. }I. county, deceased are hereby required
temperature of any place: in the United States. A i to present them, properly antlacutieated.lyithin .
Practice Make IVrfert.Amateur 1! large acreage i. put in garden truck every winter, TlK-fieijilit and pa*..enserac-t-ominrMlations. cure 1lI1urpa.'t'l. Every attention will be I the time; prescribed bylaw, toHon.
Farmer can't understand what j from 15.I1M to'J t MH> bs ,.helf .-arly tomato?* bej irivn bu-int'': 'ntru.tNl tothilin 1 '
.J"eCOli Ill Judge <*i
Minors. :
which 1 HLIroiu SI.50 tlii.llli \ irot all slnpmi'nt-ti-oin New York via Clyde'* Florida Line, rierK l, Kat Kiver. )
the CTOHIIei> year
trouble with that brindle cow of mine. j I !ing p,T ha.telErgs aia.dices ,. "'t- For thither iutomiation apply to,1..t. I t said conntor to the undersigned or
She hast.tj'ped" giving down her milk. '. n'uvtiuelit,. l.otrof all nrlul j'rnfciireti TEAD), Kent. J. .\. L}>LlE, Atrcnt.FernaiKlina i: thi notice will stand in bar of payment :
Old Ha}>eed P'raps you don't know howto > by the above liria. whuha\e almost .II o: Fla. W Hayt.., Jiick-onville. Fl.i. : and also owing said estate are
milk her. i tue beet laud to Hll. 1'arties bujmg now will. in a 1'1I1U. G. KCJKU.: TralHc \ilna: c1")1.. 1'. CLYDE": CO.: FX'L AiJT>., person
i short time, more than double the purchase money. ;;liioadway, N. Y. li outh\Vharyel'hila.klphia, i" Broadway, N". Y. requested to make immediate settlement
Atnatl.'urWell I ought to know bnLy j Lots range from 5 to 10 acres, all fronting on Lake 1'1.. IlO )IOSt: JLi:, Jr.. General Traveling Aseut. Jack.-onville. Florida. with the undersigned.MAKY.
this time. I've milked that cow Iwlt a dozen I'I I Worth. Prices from $20 to *300 an acre. Anyone Since last season VENTILATORS have been constructed on the iron steamers for the I A. LOWDJN.Thi : .
times a day for a mouth.New York Sun. j I %above n hine firm.further information enclose. .stamp to the ;Ij better trans: rtlticn cf Cranges and Vegetables. -23d of April, ISSS. 33TIlE -*:











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8 THE FLORIDA STAR. THURSDAY, JUNE 14. 1SSS.

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1 S3'CCI.tii. Coi.r'I\. I I Buffalo to his home. During his star ofa iPTlOGR.A.MINIE.E"otirfli Pop SALE Indian! River I'

j few months on the river he ha given A tract of land on Indian River in tin- Bakery ]
*I/>cal atrertiMn:it:*-ited in tL is column for five '
j : Ht IJrevard. consi-tin i *
:> ,
"< 1.111 p T line neb incertiou. No cLarjre made for I excellent sati-faction in the different county =:: ,
ol'Jiil Celebration. acreit l eiir_ lot I t and south halt 'saunt .v. .u-
: \
14 1 sa' than .0: cent*. : : / n.
well
i is
branches of dentistry, and he -o ; TITUSVILLE.
of the norihea-t FLORIDA.
ofeetioni.
V FOKXldavs we win ofl-r In acr-f nf rich ham !imocV At a regular: meeting of the citizenheld quarter
pleaded! with Indian River that he will ; and. }lot No. .';. l hlin the southut-st
land frontiu2ICr.xl. on Lake Worth oil the i) ::: : : 'iuar- Fresh Bread Cakes and
.-at Ii-lt' of sam and in the center ft the settlement return next winter. t la-t Friday evening to complete ar't: 't of the northwest quarter of :-ection ,',, Confectiontrj,
-.a bant fill bmkitl:( Fltp and a coot in- the Fourth of Celebration S y.-.u.ty: ,'fl tlall.:
rangementfor July ;'M.;; ; both in town-hipol: soilth. rm'egym:: YOl
all address I'ortor F
for or
-trowit $3.000 on -Mr. A. B. Crawford living two mile- I nn-ToN ruKM'ii.
Potter.. Late l got tot. -nj.iiij.JTjfc. ___ __4 the following programme wa ea-t. Thi i ia very desirable piece lit : CUAIIUIi" II
h of sold merch MILK: 'IIK.\I:
: west: town to one of our C decided !' hammock: soil of rich 'lUllitouitahll: > MAIIE: _

I"OC.'OSICS.. anta few dayince four water melons upon : for| the T\i-ill:':: of all tr"lit..ii fruit- Is TO mill'ER 1111
A Ba..e Rail will be played between P.rre*. Ball: .1'trt.- '. .- ,' .
aggregating i.i 7 pound=-one weighing game situated. at the Narrowmar: i Kuo p<.-ttffiee. .' t'f. .at.r. U f)r -uh esrr.,
; .2U" aial an. I.t. TIH \I.tr. \. ,
in full blast n-Int.- .
Watermelons are just LaGrange and Titu-ville nines, in atUI':
Will ,ell! -lu-.ti f c.sh.) I"rpartimhirs ,
;"7 j+ound -for .j.OO.< Mr. C. informs: : .r : .i'tn..ui-'\ :.t:' : st+. 4wrrmih... 1 Ob"lar'
nO\ the morning at nine o'clock, under the: :
Special Prices for Hotels Restaurants
uthat he raised thee melons what alln'E. ,Etc.
on j ji I:. M l. LOW.Sept. .
-The STAR may be obtained at Mr. j upervi-ion of Me..-r*. C. D. ('a*e, II T. (.. ll/rilir.. Iioiuietor. ,
i termed: poor pine land. lIe also rai-ed i : :;J. Uroikton. Ma--: (.i, "
( 1 Tituand H. Atkinson, committeeon
JrayV next to drug -tore.
fine Peen-to peaches within two )'ear-. i .1. ruin u \1:11. 1''I.'.' 1\". With
-Head the for celebrating what be done where I Ha..e Hall. 'I I 1:1:11\\"', t .t-L.
programme showing can proper : 1.f t. .
I Judge;: Nolan of Sauford. will deliver : J INDIAN RIVER ART GALLERY (
the Fourth of July in another column.Mr. care and energy i i-bestowed.: He haa
an oration at 11 clock in honor of Independence i INDIAN RIVERBANK ti.niffn
II P. Porcher wa in town with I fir-t-cla-s! place and numerous ,varieties i \
Day. :
his fast yacht last Friday fur a short j( of fruit treeet out which will in aj!1 The regatta will commence at one PICKKXS TTUXKRI Titusiille. IMoi-ida. f s rtSYL't'

while. i' short time doubt him in handsome ,
no bring a bt'u
o'clock, under the sitpervi-ion of H. (J. 1'1i t,!u/i'I/Jl1e1'. A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS IRAN- t l

-I.arge forest fires have been raging little income.Mr. Hawley;. F. and 1 II. II. : SACTED. ; .Jf men
Kn-ey Wager! now prepund l to anything in the .
-ouih and wet of our town during the Du !"t, of Cre-cent City. arrivedin Committee Ht'atta. f.\1.11:111,1.: J"I/.t; \1\\ ...,.,.:.1.. "'1.-u. .al\ a:,.; t ;.!.i.; .t.
.
on ]Picture line.View PrSsIstmsltitiIis.2. :':1\L1110s \ l.l .. ,_
p pat few day town Monday to commence the sinking I A Foot-race at two (clock! under the n,.:.:..ti.tt..! KII tint iiiort::airv lor -U\lI\I-'as t :l1nltY
on l'a-t Coast and Indian Rivera Uuuk..l"1u ori1ionami lnr,; .t
-Don't forget; the Entertainment at of our artesian well. but owing; to a delay i charge of N. C. Rryau. 5J1l'ci:1lty. &._t :tll.'r.I tNl lillit'I 'IN.tt .I

Wager* Hall to-morrow night to aid the I in the arrival of hip tool, which are lay- ', A Uag-race at three o'clock under the I 1OOOOO TO LOAN ::(
Ha
the ol1h'uthuriz.tl Iii
Fourth of July movement. ing over at !some i point on the route, :' charge of Geo. liarkedale.A (. "Tix.iArn : .. ; id 1 ('111 1 1c
lRi .
or >ii ixr rLK\-Ki.ASi AXI p.vur >n Fir-t-clas Real tatt'9
could not commence work right away. ;< Hurdle-race four o'clm-k under I that ha- 'yesi.t'n made :during their ..t."r'
-We return our thank to Mr. .J. T.leveland at ( "
( for presenting u- with three As it i is known that there i-i no trouble the charge of K. H. Purdy. | ]travelrder- by mail receive prompt .\ilvntu-f- niuiUiix>n avuilubh el tl..t..t:. i. i J

iii securing a flow of salt water from j attention. 4'!'-mo. \Approve l u-iin-s- piK li- -UUb'I: :" ri
line A wheelbarrow at five o'clock under :
large pine-apples yeterday.The : i( non all of : .
n part Luroju- .
driven wells at this place d ri ; rn'.
by vingome
weather for the week ha I charge; of Capt. J. (l. Mewart.j A. M. Hamilton & Co. ltu-iiH"*s ,10m' at .1u-k.'n"Ul" rat..... '
past ? Ilt'enI -f .
ixtor feet, the i idea hal l .. h:
seventy The fir-t prize in each of these four K\-,'ry favor.on .itnt with "mUhl t ;&;
been and with
quite warm dry no ap advanced of sinking; ; several of thee wells I II 'j TITUSVILLE FLORIDA uikinir.. -hv M fnlli. \t 'n.I..1. i "-se If
i race will! l II e iecond prize, >:',n.> ,
i of weather. ., .
proschingsigns "falling tottF.-roNI. LNTs: > tusk f ':".k""I1\111o-.
| along the river bank at distances i of I Ii tit
say j j Entrance fee. ;c) cents in each ca-e. \\1";' -:lit: IIt'l eri:1 Juek-on\( } la.. Tis.s .al.u.1.oallulI: :,: i .' :
-Mr. T. W. Smith held a dance at hi* j jIier 'i one-quarter of a mile, hoping the flow of'alt '!i .\ (;trand Hall in the evening under Iktlik :Nework.. : i -t' cur

>:ide hou-e on Monday evening; : andulphur water in theriverwould :, the management of Charley Rhoad-l lV. ( ;. : Indian River Oysters c:,. C. :E3.A.IGBT.iJ rfll

Dancing was kept up until about eleven j kill the era-, along; the river hank. Will i| \ Mackenzie and E. B. Wager.; Contractor & Builder. now

o'clock. some one make the trial i'[ :Marshal of the Dr. U. I.Vil 1"1":1':1': : : '\\v. :
Day- PHI I 1. \M.: UUUTH H.\ HI: en. :
-Mr. Carl C. Curtis-: i- spendiuafew .\ time wahad ,'it
mot enjoyable at .-0 II. lloucof all kiii-N. built .-itlt,-r !.\ L

weekat Tittisville, giving his place in ; the ball which took place on Monday : .Ju gl.f: the Reiratta: -:-'. H. Ray. r-. Green Turtle and Game. slay}: "a''r- till eonti.u-t.: :ultl"I'! {, .mire.
the Narrow rest for while "oilt'! in any !pait: ot tbs :-'tttr. tiu..tf. ,
a a during the I : .
evening Wafer's Hall. The music \
.
F. Traviand .1. II. Hogan.Treasurer .
work iiuaninttvil. .tl:1 I t.-w IMXIKtor
..
Al:; i>1'01..1'! \\ lip l n*" t> i' p'oiiipT! ni'l: t'::01'111! : :a'ti
hot months.Mr.
'I furm-hed by the Neapolitan orchestra -\\". M. Bn.wn. 'lit.-: )!!. \. lit IIM! :'\ t. "t .lal'h. -ahin ;good ltH-.ition?. nt bargain: : .: trot
M I. ; ]I.-ttt'r or i.i"1-nu. 17: p1'lI 1'' -t-Cmu.: ,...n' t
Brady ha moved into his was up to its Usual standard, and the | RlA.ATTA "\Im.\\cDIJ: no::. j i
t -
-
new .tore and with his usual good taste loverof Terp-ic1iore undulged; in that The race \\iI11 l>-ailed over the regular lJriu.:

JU:1tcsfine display of his good in his i invigorating and healthful pa-time until : Titusville course: two roundmaking a : TITUS HOUSE, A.: I... lln t ell cV Son; "Upt

new and commodious quarterMor -. altout two clock a. in. Many r-f the distance of 13 mile-. 1 F.1 : I." IX ::ltJn-

*. Ilo.- Ilrown and Tho-..Tone-, Indiewere attired in beautiful and costly The rul: of -ail inir: and tiiiif allowance Titusville Indian River, Florida.

of lake Worth, arrival in town last Friday i II' co-tmnes. and the gentlemen exerted' will l lie in acconlaiuv l with that of the ': DRY GOODS NOTIONS ;1
tiffiiV:
::. 31. i'i KIM. I'rojiriefor. 1 ,
on their way to CJaine-ville to i erKct them-elve-unu-ually to make it pleat.ntfor ; ]!: lto-ton Yacht Club. "

their final proof for homeleadMr. -. I all that were pre-ent. The hall wa Yachts will be elr"e.I l a* follow- : Large Airy Rooms : Excellent Cui- Hardware. Crockery. Saddlery. -cur:

under the management of Dr. Houghton : Stationery. Family Medicines an*
G. F. Duren returned last Friday ; lioatmeauriui; 2teet and upward- sine.

from a bu.-ines trip to Jack-onville. I and )Ic8-r-. \\". :M. Drown, E. 15. \1'areri j ion-titute the First ( la-": Boatmeaur- Garden SetJs. ,trap<

and C. II. Walton while Mr. C. Rhoad This lIknMi i Is.ii- i.- in w *,wu
: ing IS feet to 2;> feet constitute the open
1 lie ay* the heat in the Metropolis is I I up CHOICE GROCERIES
for thv rt-rcpti"ti fit iruit .
1 much more intense than at Titu-villc. I made a very eiiicieut master of ceremonies. Second ClaThe time of race i- limited : Jhill J

I Ptefrehinlentwere supplied by j i to four hour-. Should the race be Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers. I
There will !11l service at :-'John-
1 :Mrs. Jailer in her Usual good >t.'l le. i declared l off on the time limit it will be GRAND VIEW HOTEL (' !T\ IMI\'E\: S'l.OKlDl. i', or.
Kpi-copal Church next :Sunday morning
l Space will not permit us to give a more called the next day. br.
at 11 o'clock! and evening service at
extended review of tin..-one of the mo-tpleaant TITUSVILLE. FLA. EACOTT & Co. m
C I'Itizrs.I .
,::m. Rev. Archdeacon Carpenter will ,
and enjoyable lollof the sason. 1.t11TITI
: neST ('I.A-". -----" --
officiate.Mr.. |
I S11..I.I;. lit.. anal 1

n W. 1>. We -on started l for Providence I --- ------ -- ... j i! First Prize.*.. ?: I 1uu.un.ee.ond ;, Tie Ml centrally 1 locate! H tel is! City
"
I / .,>>41.'".. ; TIN&SIIEET-IRON\VORKERS. :
i Rhode Maml, yesterday morning S'ish rrj" :11 Jones* Point. |
I -" --
MX'OXPFirt C'.....$ where we hope he will meet with I :
good
t
Iilitor Floral St'ir .
I ,.Pica; in booming the Canaveral and : I.rtlA'........................... ;:-;t uINt. ,i NE114 .t-I:. FIK>T-rLASS IN: (:JITTKRIXJ: : 1 (:, KOOFlMi.( ) t: 'r"f 18: )

Mi:. Erllnm-It -o htpl'l.necl that I Second Prize......................... ;;+,(.ul.I EYEIY Ja-PE4:: '1'.
South Florida Railroad.
in the neighborhood of Point .Illl5ctlttrjiie/iii"iiignf'1'iii t..m1J
wa. City
TIIIKI CL.tSs.First all the round.. Table t'u
L I I I II I Open year %ur-
-We surrender our editorial columns la-t Saturday awl had theplea-ureof attending i Priz.u :::.1U.l14. : pa-ed. plant Kooi.iFret1.. ((!Y'. year

b this week to the report of theSulv-Tropi- one of the plea-ante-t: "li-h fry-' :>:econd Prize......................... :!H.IIU. '. .: :
hate. > Galvanized Wori of iii
x >( ti a.oo & Repirini all s.
i Iij.
)I cal Executive (.ommitt('(>. This report I or picnics: that it has ever been my happy i Entrance fee in First C'ht-.., ;:1O ; i I JM .

'I was prepared for the STAII last week, lot to attend. t ruiAi.: r.Arri'i.K: : \r IFK. t .anI
: Second (1:1-- S Ii 5 Third l'I:1"O $4. Six
: : ,
:I but we did not get it in time for ptlbliI Our )boat arrived on the ground aliout 1;( entries: are requisite to fill each cIao: ... :,, ./. -/. .J!!L L E'1:. Proprietor. I.oeatioii : :1.1s.: .. IIt'ur Hiu'r..l 1
cation hence it appear tin week. I IMr. I ten o'clock and fl_,.,'.
i already quite a large; | All entries: should be made by letter or', -

J. R. Wat.-on presented u., a fine I crowd had :embled in the cool sji.le- j Mr. ( 1'. Titu-ville. ;, aiT
to
j erson r. En-ey at BOBBINS & GRAHAM
egg plant last: Friday, grown on his place \ of the ground and were preparing the j I i Measurements be taken by the Re- i '

Sunbeam.. He says he meet with felt for the dinner. !!| gattr Committee the : rd. July. i 1 rt :

gooducces l growing this vegetable and And now a word in regard to Jones i i The start will be made flying, with pyl

we believe he would still receive good Point. This place, in our opinion, i i- 1 i\ lap-e of ten minutes for yachts in each ; REAL ESTATE BROKERS & LOAN AGENTS. i

price by flipping them even though late one of the lovliest places aloud; the river. cla:"" to cro.... the line before being hamli1 -

1 in the season. :! The point juts out almo-t a quarter: of a i capped. The )'acht.- in the Third Cla- ... ,.. ti i p

1$ -C'tpt.1.inlcLean armed at Titu-- mile in the river and thehore? on will crothe line first, followed by t '4.1

yule Sunday with trade-boat Agnes.i either ide slope gently back to the shore 'f yachtin the Second Cla..-, and afterward ': LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD. : re)

i He showed u* two fine pine-apples, both line. The beach i* covered withoft, j by the Fir-t Cla" I ,'

;. of which measured twenty-one inches in green bra. which come: almost downto Diagrams: the course will be furnish- !1 Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to 24 per cent. .

circumference and stood over ten inches the wlter'l'dfe, while the dense cabbage '1, ed to each yacht entering the race. 'I j (' WH'uto'. in rapidly ;growing 'I's n.will I.investor1W I( jn-r .1 1

in height not including the bud. Captain 1'.11111form as cool and i inviting : Another. information will be cheerfully I cent in twtlve month-. it

McLean started next day for Daytona.Mr. shades as any one could. imagine. This !i I gIven upon application to any I j IU-i leiu'e lot in Titiisville from S2': up to 311KK( t d.

: M. R. Moran arrived here in hisprivate place is the nearest approach to fairyland | member of the regatta Committee. I j Hu in("", lots: from 82: :>(> to ?:2.no.) ) .

a last that we have !seen in many year*,1 I __1__ I
and -
car Thursday: evening,

on the part of the railway company is [I{i account It i... indeed of ,the and maI1eonl rightly named walks too which onI Hr. Dixoii for Treasurer. j f Agents for Florida Southern Railway Lands. :

having the waiting room at the depot ent I RorKLin, FLA., June 11, b'>; :
I wind through the tree* called "Lover's I I
larged which will fill a great desideratum i 1 Il.i.lifur 17aiidti Sflll" : I i Mon- than ;'..4< sNIINNArmy' < '- lit' ( 'hllic.c' Lands.- !is <- ttt'sI in n -uilytv..ry
t I
t tI
Rimble and we don't wonder that al-
as the old quarters were too cramped to I ; MR,-As nominations for the different !I county in the State. :-uiuU.. f.lr Fariuinir; ( ;raziJl;!. Fruit and Yt ;.:etablV

admit more than a half dozen persons. most everybody around here are already j; (; rutvitl-fill-. Cypn-s :ami ( 'e tar Tiinl er. pritt81 and
pt.rtn'
I married. office soon to be filled by election are II
-The schooner Corinne. of the Halifax upward
in order the of
I Hut the picnic. At 121: o'clock dinnerj | we suggest name your
returned from down the river last m I P. U. Box iii u Titu.svillf, Florida.
f !
f
!j announced, and all were invited to I 'I worthy town-man, )Ir. John \I. Dixon,

Saturday afternoon with the newly-mar-j j come up and-well, the dinner wa. just as -uitoble incumbent for the office of I

glen couple, Mr. and Mrs. Stewart and about could : county treasurer, and i worthy all trust A. A. STEWART. GEO. .
j a* near perfection a* be im- M. BOBBINS. WALTER S. GRAHAM.
i their relative They made a trip down i
m ', agined.! The table was loaded with suchgood | i and confidence which we may impo-e on i Clerk Circuit ( ""iirt. Atty. at Law. M. p.
the river of over two week duration and I
i
I things a- only the ladies of :Merritt I him. VUTKR.:
after spending Sunday at this place, started --- ---- -
I-land. City Point. Cocoa and Jones The Artesian R'cll.I : BREVARD ABSTRACT
COMPANY.
Monday: for Daytona, very muchpleaed 1 OF TITLE
Point know how to I tell I
i with their bridal tour on Indian get up. mu-t < >ur town authorities have contracted

you that they do the thing with *ome with Mr. J. A. Durst, of Cre.-cent i (
River. City, 'UIUIIt. Abstracts of Title furnished to all lands, in Hieartl -
| spirit and -tyle.All sink Artesian well. The 1 \.
to an contrac- (count. IMorida.
-A meeting of the tru-tees of the Titll.il1C !
of the
aliove-named
place were tor arrived la-t Monday and wa- delayedr

School Association was held on well represented, and quite a numbewere > a day or two in not receivingonie of his ; Titles Examined and Perfected.
Monday afternoon four o'clock and ,
r
present, among which we noticedMr. i freight. However the derrick has been Box
Mr. F. G. Schell and wife, of South Carolina ; 23O, Titusville, Fla.
: : .Tl'hn9al1er., of Jupiter ; Mi-* Lily'Roberts erected and the machinery: i being placed .
,and Miss.lenntetrarof: I iGrantre, of )limlr.: Jame* :Sander, -
and the work ofinking the will
pipe
i CALL
were engaged as teachers for our public of Tittisville ; and other too numerou-' soon hcin.r e will keep our readers WE THE ATTENTION ;

school, the term commencing October t .
j to mention. : '
posted on the ]>rogres of the well, and Oi the .J.IO ot Indian I ,, .
fiat.1'e think Tituville is quite fortunate 1 About JH i\r to ur -totk of < ruu Inhiih I-. '
1 I four clock the gathering:e hope soon to chronicle splendid: flow of uo art' cf':'ring: att.r\. i.otmargin.'! : .
securing teacher who is
a uni
as up and the merry picnieers took their pure water. This venture i i-, watchedd \r tni.tke a -JKM} ialt; > ot
r.'er.allliked, as Mis Gray i in this sec
: several
homeward well
ways pl'a- t with intere-t andt
by our people
tion. Also Mr. and Mrs. Schell, come with the occa-ion, and hoping to gee i> : down great the river and if it up '
proves a succe Groceries Grain
highly recommended.Dr. repeated again at an early d I\-. and maybe doubtlt-s- number of wells will-peedily :! Hay and Flour
,
F. H. Houghton took the morning the Editor will get an invitation to I beunk." ,

train north on Tuesday attend. If he doe, he had On which we will give -pei-ial inducentertVe s-tock of
expecting to better tak: > -- ---- -- -------- --- carry a large

arrive his home in Columbus, Ohio, I my advice" and g'I, for I am -urehe will I I SF. GRAY.Watch I ETC.
;I GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS BOOTS AND SHOES HATS AND CAPS, ,
,
about the 2T>th int. lie goes direct to : be well treated and gain *e\-eralJUnd: t
(
I j Which we are offering low figures. Tho-e needing -hovs will find it greatly to
New York by : steamer thence for a few I avoirdupois besides. Maker and Jeweller. !
their interest: to give u;, a call shoes low.
t as we are selling very
..
days \' to relatives and friends at Wil- Yoursincerely, Shop at Jotn M. Dixon's. Drug Store. Titnsrille, ria I' We will be pleased to quote prices at any time.

Hani5town: Ma"., thence via Albany and j A LUCKY MAX. ALL WOKK WAKUAKIKD. E. L. BRADY cS :BRO:


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