The Florida star
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075901/00105
 Material Information
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 21, 1888
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00105
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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''OIJ. IX. TITUSVILLE, FLA., THURSDAY, JUNE 21 1888. X( ). <.).

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:r nuj.u rs ri'TL'iiE.Obstacle I where the blizzards will no longer drive'' llfiic'fit BIiiU'Maiiiiuciit. i i Tiiriiliull Items. I Prof. S. F. Clarke called at Mr. \e3

that 1t.1al'e UIII'-I'O- :, the nail one by one in his cotlin or telling t The rainy weather clf la-t Friday after- I Our post office is granted. bitt's on his way to Mr. itham-, anti
*"* to the factory operative who has si\ed a : also on his return-trip down the river
??I'('>s. I j jptitnr i' noon kept quite a number away from : Orange grove are doing well here. !
few hundred dollars of that land ,
sunny I hunting alligator for scientific
of H" riofida Star : I I the entertainment given for the benefitof The deer and al-o dearare. getting nn- egg pur-
j I where the orange is indeed a golden crop j I poo('s. He :1"l311 interesting account

With your permi-ion I will avail my-j and how opulence and early vegetables j i the Fourth of July fund, althoughthe merouagain.. I of his trip and de-cription alligator

of columns a* a medium for hand in hand of his ten about o'clock and Bruin ha been vi-itingthel: patch :
pelf your I go on one acre raintopped' seven : netHe: wasticcesful in finding a

calling the attention of our citiento I I tracts which are offered on uch easy j the evening was cool and plea-ant. i around near here during the pa-t few ne-t of tW nt '-ninl' eggand quite :t few

certain matters which I deem of vital im- term to actual settler*. We wonder if \ -. I IHek
I The curtain ruse about >:'::11. introduc- : newly-made ne-t They :Iflju-t beginning a
rortaiice-que-tions which every individual )Ir. Fo-- in his leisure moments ever Mr. A. (ii11-01l ha- raised a line lot of I their laying season, andtrange to

should revolve o'er and o''rin his leis think of hi* visit to Titu-ville, ever i ing the sketch "One Night in :t Country : watermelons )Ir. ,\. J. Carter's place I say, all the nets that hate Kvn found t t

ure lI1omcnts and which should form the mourns for this long buffering community : Hotel," with Me :'r*. Khoadand la\ie-;] this season and theyell like hot cake- contained an odd number of eggwhich

-tilijectof earnestdi-cusion in every community ever rejoice that there
along our river. I refer to theiireent in the interior nof ('tll/lt! ftrir lest ]hi- and Mr. Mackenzie athe landlord ;! our worthy teacher, deeremuch credit They show faith in what lurO'hlI"t..

condition of the public land. Vocation like Fal-tafTs would begone. The troubles these two boarderexpcricnced -,j for the manner in which he taught says"There i is luck in odd iiumlvr-"

:Since the hour I became a citizen of Brevard The experience. have recounted or tIll'Utlicnt.'c children. He held examination
that one night kept ;( our an Mr. B. \!. ..J'comc111 Mr. F. Foster

county it has been my honest endeavor very similar was repeated several times in :almost a continuous roar, and by i on the l"(th which wawell conducted j !have just returned from a pleasant trip
afar as lay in my humble power, dtirintr the pa-t few month- Why many wa pronounced the be-t: on the !J His pupils averaged about S
t,. aid in promoting the progress and should we hesitate to give nullr'c programme. :\Mitchell, having a bad j We al-o had -chool exhibition in the the staunch littlecraft "lh seline," which

prosperity of that section wherein I have I will not. \\'. 1) Harlan of YaoohillgtouD. : cold which affected his voice, <-ub-tituted evening; in )Ir. ,\. J. Carter- tine bou-e j behan'll'l'r} well outside in a heavy

ca-t my lot, and no !'matlportion of my ). C. came repre-enting a syndicate who a recitation and a comicong for hi- two which he has recently nearly complete j-ea. They met with good hospitality

time has been devoted to the study of wanted l a tirtn! parts on the programme. Mr. Altree A few nights ago out at Long Corner j j from the inhabitants of the different

these measure that seem calculated to the Saint Johns and Indian river. I did well with his two songs, "Have you j la hen was heard squalling and when i places where they called. Mr. Jerome

benefit our -(section- well a- to analyze tr.\oYl.'S:lt111 son (1 forget their initials) :Seen1Ier," and "Take Me in Your Arms, found a coach-whip had tackled her by 'I gave the writer amu-ing :account of a

the curses or ob-tacles that seem to clog of Texa-al-o wanted :large body of land. Love," and re-ponded to an encore to the head and neck. When he found out j j novel experience they had at New Kivcr.:

our progres- It has )been my pleasure They all left the Indian river after laying each After
song.'file he wabeing disturbed he turned the hen j j leaving the llo-eline to have a
to note during the pa-t two years the a few days -adder but wieriren.We of the furnished hunt
dancing evening was loose, -wallowed all the eggand made up beach a mile or :-o, on their
-tct1yincrease: illpopu latiol1 and( i improvmcnts are at engaged in a sy-te-: :\ in his Oailor'sHl'lum"
present Mackenzie :
by his capt.'. The hen is still living and I return came upon a large logger-head
which has been l gen end along the matic exhaustive< \' to find a body and "Chine-e Court Dance." is i doing well FAY.Ijlifar turtle making her ne t_ They were initiated -

entire river and particularly at Titus. of ten thou-:umd acreof swamp and oxer- and Mr. Ed. DtCourccy in hi- IrihHreakdown. I -- I: into the my-terie- the process, t

\ille. That pleasure however has not flowed land for a gentleman who is The-e: were higlilv applauded. ii?rich 'tl-- which waamuing.. Her turtle-hip

at times been unmixed with regret and ready to pay the cash down if we can findit l. In the Chine-e Court Dance would get her hind flipper well under .

more than one i instance can lx recalled in a body, who will spend a small fortune Mr. Mackenzie, through mistake: retreated I send you !'ome-' extract from letter her, and by working them edgeways in

luring! the past winter when we were in drainage to put it in such a condition too far back on the stage, :lIItloapPl.ar'fl icceived from ( 01. Twichell: now visiting the sand until well down, then, with a

e-ninjH-Iled to turn away men of ample that the Ki: immce vallill no di<: through the: hack curtain, ; friendand -ceneof: hi( early. life. quick movement, made the and fly out

means who were ready to invest in various longer be the only region famous for Many of your leaderlike; myself, are
falling to the floor, a distance: of three on each side.: After repeating the aliovcmameuvres.
friend- of the dear old 111:111rul
enterprises which would have been drained sugar land ( If we can find it!) I ftet, but luckily did not receive any !serious I warm a few time- there was apaue

1! vf iminen-c benefit to Brevard county. Think fur a moment citizen, what benefit I injuiiebut was pretty lla.JlyI you would probably confer a favor by when the audience of two thought

1 We will cite a few cases! which actually we would derive fromuch an enterprise !I brui-ed. ]In less than publi-hing these quotation- Yours, etc., 'now is the time" and made hole in m

: KTurred as several of our prominent cit- think of the value of the product I however, he ai peareoix.Arr.rr.x I the sand (not under her chin) and held

ienwho are conversant with the facts from 10,000, acre of the -urpa"'ingly l lich and completed the dance.: : : A\T', CINCINNATI, :May 2 8. their hand: ready fur the next part of

can testify. One gentleman came to our land. along the Saint JohnKi :-. of the Mei.-r the
upper I song evening wa-. : Dear Ilrtilhrr Clunnlnin{ : programme' )Ir. ,J. withdrew hw

office with a letter of introduction from immec City forging ahead of her Illioads and Da5ein their character 1 After leaving dear home on11th hand with three fre--h eggin it a* "shu
my sunny
the..1.'f.ull K. headquarter He sister citie with rapid -trides. Theu- Old ) "
Irish Pair Ir. Khoad- ar'born
sour, Molly I in-t. I had a pleasant, though to me a-you ; th11Ir.. F. tried his
hail heard of the famouIndian I River:i gar mill Saint Cloud ic already in operation a- an old Iri-hmau and :Mr Davie- :>-j I rather of and luck],: and only got two. The three kept
fatiguing trip two night
country, i its orange, oyster:*, fish: rich and the product ion sale in the his wife. TheH're called and recalled l from; Jack-on\ille I up the programme until one hundredand
one day lying over
hammock lands and here to Tampa, Jack-onville, and Orlando market -
etc, came :11'111
1 each time I
I Ii to thetage, were greated there and at Chattanooga both six hour eggwere dcjto-ilcd) : for them,
M-rily the truths of the report lie had *. The r'claiml'Cl1allll attracting : llhoad 'and
with which
great :tl'pbu..e.Ir. was each. ab-ence from these rolling were turned into omelet later
My long
hcanl. A sail on the river and drive up i settler-from all part-of the country, tales !
, 1 1 thc recipient of a very pretty bouquet I hilly landhad entirely bani-hed'i on. Her turtle-hip was not ill tho lea-t
and into the Turnbull hammock were that can he stib-tantiated of :2,700.00:
of flower- I abashed so intent washe on her btHine : -
tC"Iof cauliflower and SIM: ( 1,00 from memory their beauties, now to myeye
-tiflirient to more than ati-fy hisexpectations one : .
:, Col. (fa 1111Ien, in his residing, although j .
; and he proceded I to talk bu-ine" from an acre of irei-h potatoes are suf- of comic character versatile surpassing: my imaginations utmnotbounds. -.- -- -- -
a teas a and
at once. He wag veteran dealer in ficient to warrant the payment of S10i:: > The improvements changesare '.
change tothegeneral make-up of the pro- :.211((' .rUle
to bewilder head so
Florida lands had -ettled thouand of acre for lallls which two so great as my
per ye.irago anti his imitation of the
gramme, negro Weather plea-ant.
much that I am more like the imaginary
families in the Mate during the past: ten :. were worthiesTn -. dialect :
was quite perfect.Mrs. Hip Van Winkle than he wa like nature Turtle are now relished.
years: had built\ up several towns in the be (""dII,1I.d "r,',L. Turner rendered "Qui Vive" I ..
iutl'riorlIthl Belleview in Marion -- --- -- for with me all i- stern reality. The The Voice of the locust is heard in the
I Our Chills, iir. galop on the piano with perfect execu- than the
people scent more changed lant!. .
hatl11l1\11crou. for
county. lie inquiries ('o'o.FJ..Julle 1 IS, 1S8-; tion and expression) showing that she country.o one would believe that we
laud on Indian river and felt he could The Mary B. arrived from.Jacksonville
has mu.-ic deal of in
I !if Florida Star given a great study
A or : of the South were any kin to the ruddy
-end families of coloni-t- few on the 1-1 tho
ufifty a
.. addition to her natural talent in this
Mu. Ellrrol-\ of "OurGirl
propos I machine-like men, women and children
month- He desired to get a hOlly I oft direction. Mr. Bryan's recitation and) Mr. Geo.; \"'. Reynolds and wife left
What hall we do with them send that parade the streetPicture to mind
Kind of not hvs than one thousand acres with :1.1 for the north on the I;tlt.
: the following clipping, which I hope song guitar variationalthough if you can, the myterioumoement of
:1l1tll:1\ ofl'in ten acre lots and di-po-e will teach some of them what to do with little lengthy, wa received with great | cable cars moving through streets anti ('apt I H. P. I Dye is improving his place

of a portion of I1l1l1lillall'ril'e to actual thcJ1I*eh'l's. PItI"'lgin' it pace :Hltlollli''c applau-e. Hi- address to the mummywa up the mountain sidemile1- in the country by putting in a new wharf to fit theteau'r.
-ttler*. The must l>e low.
price : and his recitation .
very pathetic, -
apparently by magic power, fur
In vain we cOI1ulted'cr township C'A Finr.xn or Till: (Gim.s.: he -cemed wrapt in a sentiment of there i- no visible propulsive force at all I MesrJerome and Fo-ter, arrived!

map in our oilice and looked the matterup "The buxom, bright-eyed ro-y-cheeked I ec-tacy: that carried him far away from a- they are driven by a huge engine and' from Miami i with the l Rosalind on the IHh

thoroughly a-king until the next I ]bouncing lass, who can darn a stocking, the shouting audience and applausethat I endleSs wire cables and though they wind II and left for the B. I. 1 K. on the llth.Me .

day to report, but it was useless, we mend trousers, make her own frock, greeted his remark- The final ,
around corners of streetand at the ter- -rs. Knight, I)icdrirk :\IlIIlJalli..tcr
could not "fill the bill, not one body of a command regiment of and kettle wind-up was a farce entitled '")Irs.Bluncer' .
a pots I
minus of the route, the cable revolves who are locating the J* T. and h.r..
thousand acrecould IHJ had With good feed the wood milk the nartling.houc which was
pigchop cows, : ,
around pulley, thereby bringing the car I route from Jupiter to the head of hake
title. True there were grants such a- the wrestle with the bo indeed.
boyand a lady laughable
track from the outward bound
I' on parallel Worth{ spentundav on the lake.
"Dele-spine and Fleming but whit,11 withal in company i is jut the sort: of The performance was not ended until back After ,
informed would touch one ; The small fi-h ate by some and Usedas
buyer Spanish girl for me, and for any worthy man to about. eleven o'clock, when all were eagerto commencing this: mi..:ive yesterday I
pruutWhat reputable real estate home without dancing. 1-al-\\ bait by other, commonly known as
marry. go any lied forth on a tour of observation,
dealer could afford to offer one or at least sailor's choice has lieun so scarce tlli:04H'a.ll11 :
"Hut eon, ye pining, flirting, moping, The receipts of the evening amountedto hills far "aw3 ''' where in early days the ;\
any of these in Brevard fount}'. Our lolling, no-nothing, lazy, idle, !screwedup : about $.') deer were a now den-ely-
customer was surprised in fact incrcdu1'Hi could, be caught for bait purpo-e*.
: I thin the entertainment by the proprietor j
wa-p-wai-ted putty-faced, con I populated city. The views in this pictureSque '
*. he looked as if he doubted our buinecapacity Mater Willie Moore while
attached playing
mortgaged, muicmurdcring there was slight '
: umpt \'e-looking, : very expense ; cO1ltrrc far beyond description -
and further questioned the conccrt-chrecching, novel- 1'I to the entertainment. Thi amount will i by this feeble} pen. If the:-ollOrt time 1. tenni a few days ago stepped on a!scythe

J truth ofour>tatement by producing maps devouring daughters of fashion or idle- materially add to the Fourth of July since my boyhood hath made a change and badly cut his heel but he is >o far

which he had purcha-ed, to the extentof ( towards as to be
ne*, you are not tit for matrimony anymore I fund. 'i: -o great, my mind bewildered by re- progrelmmg; recovery
thirty dollar:* from the t:1teluHl office than a pullet ito look after -- \ able to get around some now with the
fleeting what bethere-ultof-uch! !
I may
and called our attention to large bodies I of fourteen chickens. The depoitin the CitizenNational ,: help of crutches.'there .
t family !!1 Bank of Orlando amounted to further lapse of tim Conjecture fails
{ land Tuesday,
J. t' markedacant, a* still belonging;: \ "The truth i imy dear girlyou want j| Your i! i is a lonesomeness that c\I11JC felt
t to re-pond.: faithfully,
to the that these : I 2.e.e.; ; : ;. '
'tatr.1'eexplainel and less fa-hionablc theatmo-phere in this
I more liberty re- prevadiug vicinity,
.. land I S. TWIn UI.J.. .
were all canal re-erve"and briefly I traintmore kitchen and less parlor, The raorbackare doing excellent not becau-e the crowd of winter visitors
rare him a history of that famous j service as watermelon rind in -------- 1
corporation more 'cleaning exercise and le** sofa L scavenger have gone; not IlCcau..cSomc! of our residents
known the Florida Coast line the south Florida town. Micro.
as i and lolling around more pudding and i : have gone summering up north,

f anal and Tran-portation ('ompmy"anti j!Ilr. screaming and piano, more frankne .\ farmer in Pasco county sold his cropof Ilefre-hing shower after a dry time. : not becau-e the hor-e flies arc all gone,

told him that e'crl'rl'of State land within i and less flirting, more breakfast and Iebutle. -* tomatoe- the vine for $m410.; The Pineapple- aretill being shipped from : but it becau-e there are no mo-quitoes .

ten miles of Indian river was reserved :1 patch con-i.fed of two acre thi-!landing. ,. here yet. This may look trange to northerner -

for said company. It seemed beyond belief "Loo-e jour-elvc- little, enjoy more: There will be. thouandupon thotiand -- Mr. Martin Delaney i i- al-o homesteading :* but when it is taken in conideration -

t to our would be patron and inve- '. liberty and k.-.. restraint by fa-hion,, of barrel and grates of eConte e '' in the rear of Mr. Peter Roller's, that ouch plagues abook, s-ew-

i tors that in so sparsely settled a country i. exercise yourselves home, breathe the :' pearshipped from Tallaha,'ee this place machine lightning rod and insurance

as ours that a body of one thousand acres i! pure atmosphere! of freedom and become' year. Mr. and Mr-. William-on aretarting; agents are. unknown, the voice of the fish
could not be had and it \\:1 our ullplel"- '' and beautiful athe, fetreet-hawker i iot unheard and
: something as lovely i in l'York for and 1 I pedllerand
ant .\ I:1- "e3r-Cllc1 colored girl, who died I on a trip to a change
and reluctant duty to convince him 1 God of Nature designed." : the organ grinder and little German band
that : T\l1almoi't. on :Sunday, gave birth to a to vi-it relativef .
sueh indeed was the fact, of cour-e ------
: are. mere fable! from the north, it will
Le inquired about the Canal company, i Etl itorhn', Tit usril o' : healthy child when :she nag 11 year; o )Ir. Jo-tph: Payne i building on his i be better under-tood why we mithe

f where it wag what it propo-ed to do, Ii\n SIR,-There was a wry selecl:t : ageince which he habeen an invalid. l home-lead west of )Ir. William-on'.*. i gentle hum of the obnoxious little in-et'tJO'.

when it would completed etc. to all of >oirf danwnte given at )Ir. Tho. Smith'::.. up to the time of her death. The childf l !home place. Joe will have to be looking .t '- --- -- -

which questions were compelled to I ': on Tuesday night, under the auspices,: ''i5 i now two year** old and perfectly up the bird when he ha! his snug little: ', ,(Attention* 1'ajers.
admit our inability to give any lightWhatever. the Titu-ville Social Club, which was, sound in health. n est fini-hed. The bookfor a..-e:...ing the taxes will

Who eau' : indeed, a very select afl'iir. -compo-ed o if Tallahas-ee: had a $UOIJ, fire laste Me-sr-. Jeruine and Forster brought:t be open at my oilice for thirty day-. Allperons

Mr. Fo-s left u,. lIe returned theinterior I ;' the fliff of Tittisville and vicinity. Monday night. It occurred in the city up some very nice fruits from the Keys,, owning property in the corporate

de-pite our eiiorts to intere-t; programme waas follows : Grand entree council chamber, and wag kindled byI among which i i- a pineapple that -i il is i-s : limits of the town of Titu-ville are requeted -

him iu certain bargains the wof SU J quadrille, waltz and polka, quad I- Edward Lewi- and G.r.. Saxon, a-l ; to be photographed as a Florid:;t i to make returns of the -aim

and lUacretractse He is now probably rille-waltz, waltz and -chotti-he, fancier., f trustees of the city bonds raised about!t curio-ity. It resembles green cock
; S. F. (;1Y.. Assessor.
at his headquarter in time-Hub" talking! polka and redowa, quadrille star, waits :z two \earago: to aid in the contructioiz I comb, from its flat appearance. Parts oi -- --- --

*rf the Land of Flowers"and painting it; : and ma/ottrka, Caledonians, glide of a railroad to Tallaha--ee.! The railway 1 I it seem undecided whether to be apple! (! i t A number of bulls have. been shipped

1.IC:1uti -to t ccouJ'umpti n', New Englan. !\ le Prince Imperial, Home, Sweet Home". : project having: failed, the cit}. or crown, as the little crowns protrude C I I from Manatee county to Havana to be

der, who thinks of buying him a hone !I x. j i council ordered the bond burned. here and there in a very odd way. I used in fight:





THE FLORIDA STAR. Commencement Exercises at '11111"". TIlE; CONVENTION HALL j i r other spiced candhlaScH wish a tin, ;ThU of, CTttera f5W., 1'l2

Salem, X. ('. Academy. Mrs. S. J. Brown of City Point is visiting i- i !I I !likely to create a goal deal DeW of bitterW*: rn"nt.

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY.ELLIS friends in Min. it has already **
After week of incessant rain Sunday \ consternation ;n more
B WAGER Editor and i Pnlsier i morning. June 3rd, dawned bright and Mr. Puryear passed very pleasant day CHICAGO AUDITORIUM BUILDING.The one

beautiful. The weather was all that at Osteen this week. The KrpuMicaii ll.ttf rm.

-l.. O Annum. f I CHICAGO, June 1'; -Tb.. Tri
) per could be desired for commencement une\ Wa..h.
a Mr*. Rol erts. pent a day last week visiting situation !till Clouded With Uarer- ington sp--iai *,,v* tiiIEepul.ticiui; .
Titurill u''! Sabbath. At 10:1 a. m. the loud peal of : .. tof 1...... h i at.- 'rfti
Entered at the Port Ojficr fit some of her La Grange, friend-. taint-tic Loan Tt'uJ..rt'll :a K cep t : ten 1.1.'l..a.l.y "nt-n

Be Jnrl-Cla.es Matter.A I the Moravian church bell wasounded.. \' tint II". the Veteran Union Leaut'--.ht": '\\ ashint i.. an.1 altthtt th. "rtntttrNresouuti' .'
Miss. Lillie Robert ha gone to Mer- .., "'
inviting; all, far and near, to gather. 1* \\' >ri,ini;; lurk fur Algei: -Note*. 1'1 Chicago wfd b>- ft-'Juir..l t..j. i ,
*.QC\UKlonelncliin space; il quare ritt to spend a few week. with Mi>* Allie will be to dovecail the pfcs t.... 'ttt.r
None reluctant in the sum- CHICAGO June 10.-The auditorium lUll
were obeying grand
make a column. ,; Martin.Mr. trim down t-ie ige4;; so a.* to make, a w ,
ForIl"crti..in; rates enquire of the Editor ,I' mont If1>:30 all had assembled in' Luildin,; oa Michigan: aveneue, in which the inanik-! j .h..f th- whole It is I.t'd. k r
always enclosing two cent taml). 'I National convention be who will ..- :h<> chairman ;: 'wa
Republican ito of the
I that beautiful hoti-e of wor*hip.rhen' Jno. Einig. of Jacksonville came r'':nsntttr
TilE STAR i is the OFFICIAL ncw" taj-cr I 4 o-i te-tus, hut
held, is now practically ready for the occupation f-v"rythL'I'; '
forth its on Saturday to spend a few day:; looking i".W'; ? t
for Ilrevard countv. I.: the second bell pealed joyou ; of the delegates, and the chairs are T: hr'NV.I.'.ttixe 3lcnmuley u* Uuio rtcHt4Bb

The Star has the Largest circulatIOn'of :sound; the pator. Dr. Edward Hon thal- after higrove and viitinpr; among friend alrea ly bein placed in the body of the :b .L i.-n ,r.---------
any paper-- on- -the- -En.t-- -coast-- of. -Fla.M' --.-. j j er accompanied by Mr. J. H. Cleweil Work on the vhool-lioiie i is completed building. The ae)untie properties of the' FIFTIETH CONGRESS.Tlu .
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-- ---- ------ I land Dr. Tho Hume came in and took I hall are proi.ouncel to be excellent! and it is .
DIRECTOCY. with the of the ,
TITl-.vILLE: i exception piazza rrueiliiK: of lUtth Hnu.rte* I ,,
TOWV OFFICES their places. Dr. llondthaler opened the \! which will probably be done thi week confidently predicted that there ill be no Onr-Ilunilretl anti TliirtT-.ixili lI.n.

Ua1or-lf'or n. Rnmpb.Clerk service with the usual Litany, followedby ; difficulty wuatjver experience 1 by any of In the senate am.n.: tr.-. l.ilis n;;' ..rs i .
: -II. F. AtVinron. Mr. Hawthorn here for few day the speakers in making; themselves plainly R1.one
T. Vf. Smith.AasesaorS : wa a to permit offi-er* of the army t. .
Marshal and Tax Collector- a choir piece ; then Mr. Cleweil read W -sr
[ heard throughout; the entire interior of the tbeMdgc of the> mlhtary orlrts 'the t
F Gra\ looking after his interest.He .
Atdrmf'n1I.1a'r.. R. I'. 3.1.lion.. I'. L. Oaul- the scripture le -on", after which Dr. I LuiJtliu;;. belong; to. A veto iro>*:ij,,'<' on a priV4t y n.av: i
hummock cleared rw;
i hi
den. J. M Hxon.meet I- U.i-ecocJ BicHow.Tbur .iav ni at of each : Rondthaler introduced Mr. Hume, (If. having The pit of the auditorium, occupying a stun bill was receive! The fortifi'v.. :

mouth.Town Coor-cil___._ : Chapel Hill, N. C., who had been invitedto and proves fencing it in lots of twenty space of eighty; by ninety feet, will bo given appropriation l.ilI&l1i taken up. an i Mr'Dolpn :
acre each. j over to the delegates. This: section will contain addressed the sei.ate. Tb Iistn. of
deliver the Baccalaureate .
Church Pine fitrffot wt of sermon on !, S3.J chairs. Un all sides of this space Columbia app-opriat.on bill was aUj '{?.
\Va Firet!litnrton Prf'FlTtforian avenue *rvi'e wy Sandav at 11 :;j this (lcc3 ion. The text wa taken from Mr. Pertillo. troin Otecn wn down! one galleries for the spectator, ris-*, and these are cusse-L At .'}:1U p. ni the senate adj .urnni

a.m. and .:3,) P m Sun.1SC'hoc.1 evenirc 9:3U at a._:m.Prayer .... 'i Luke 17, :32-03. A more eloquent and day lat week completing the arrangements : *o arranged that cny one Mtlin.; in the In the hon.* the MRte.tMi elti' .i ,''t,+ lf
Wcetracvery "dth..1ay farthest corner of any of them will not be Frank vs. Glover was cute 1 up, a.'I'1 a
not\ John For. Pa.tnr. Ail oorjlallv incited.MA.OMC. i j heart-healing discour i: ,. was never before i for the purchase of land and more than one hundred feet from the dele lution adopted declaring (Giover the "1tUI'

'i listened to by such an attentive congre- troves for Jude Boynton of Georgia whoexp'ct gates. member elect*! Similar a-tion wa, takenon

Indian Ricer Lo.Jee. F. & A. M. meet month the Triday i gation. to make his winter residence here. The entire hall will seat \wO persons. the case of Lyncb.au.t-v"r. Cthfiruia I:
m on or prior to full moonery W. M. The accommodations provided for the occupants The tariff 1.111a'l then taken; up mCommittee tI
J. MFSDF.U [ The service crowd at Il.'".", after We are clad to *ccucit people coming of the galleries are, conceded; t.' be far I of the whom! and shy-ward ua:ll\

i is jut started which the Pastor announced that the among us. superior to those of the St. Louis convention, o ;>. m., when the house adjourned
TilE wrangle; at Chicago
as the peculiar construction of the St Louis
and the prospect is that the Conventionwill '1 commencement of exercise would be resumed We think no post o1 ice wa:; ever more expuMtion building prevented those seatedin One Hnnilml and Tliirt'-*.r,uth nAY

be in. cion everal days longer before on Tuesday: evening at ,.4."'. tastily arranged or profusely decorated the galleries from obtaining view of the j concurrent In the senate resolution, Mr. Sherman!from the nnmrtei fon-ign afI a-
main platform. The interior will be illuminated -
making the nomination... j Promptly at the time appointed the than the one which figured in our last: by several thousand incandescent Ediaon I fairs committee, requesting the president to 1

The start has been made by the di-cor- j crowd assembled: ; when they were com- sociable held at Mrs J E. Brady'*. A great lighu, ant the tests already made go to invite negotiations looking tarutratiua 1
with foreign povernm-nts m cage ,f differenees .
dant elements from all sections of the I j fortably seated, the school marched in, rush at the announcement of the opening; prove Jat. ta.> s'jsne will be oae: of dazzling; ; arising that cau not lie adjusted( JipU"

country, each clambering for its little I' headed by the Primary Class: :; followed of the office whether to receive letter brilliancy.One of the most conspicious and beautiful 1! matically. Mr. Hatvti stoke on the tisherta i

' scheme and its -favorite" man. The ;, by the Preparatory, and on, in siiccesiveorder oramilefrom the charming post-mi- designs; introduced in the electric lighting; treaty. The tewart resolution wa. then t

influential member I the Senior Class the lat conundrum still devices consist of an immense shield rep- taken up and I ase'L The district approI t
more dignified and ; was to.. tress: somethingof a unsolved resenting the National coat of arm, com- i j priation bill pa- sed. At 4:50 p. m. the senate t

can not control, as yet, this :t*-embl of j fall in. This class numbered 30. A:, In one corner of the pot office posed of 500 red, white and blue incandescent -j adjournedIn .

delegate, but with level heads they may i thi wa their evening, all attention wa* surrounded by. fragrant flowers was Rebecca bulbs which is placed in the center of I i up to the 5 p.m.house, ,when the tariff the house bill wa adjourned.a iderei 1

pull things into line in a day or two. naturally directed toward them, and well gracefully presiding over the well the proscenium arch. The entire building, ;
both is decorated One Hundred and f
inside and out, most profusely ThirtyKishth HolY.
One of the latet estimates of the relative did they merit the admiring glance of from whose depths were drawn refreshing i' i
I with the National colors and symbols In the senate a joint resolution was passel l t
strength of the leading: candidates the audience. They were all arrayed in draughts of ice-cold lemonade. and the whole exterior of the buildingwill : ] providing that all persons in the employ of !

' gives Sherman 320 vote Gresham '!30, I their graduating suit, with kid gloves, be nearly as brilliantly illuminated as tile government who were engaged; in the i
Saturday noon the welcome tones of the main hall. Just back of the delegates'seats ;i: battle of Gettysburg, hall have leave of ab .
fjl!> Harrison %) The I handsome fan and tho-e
.\ 157 previous* e-
the new bell pealed forth from the belfry are those of the alternates on a slightly; i settee, with ay to attend the rt'ulJinn. July

total is S32, and 417 is neceary fur a I i says, which had cost them *o many hours gladdening the heart of all. Patent lower platform, and back of those are the =s. A bill was passed" appropriating l,5uu ;

choice under the majority rule, which I i of-hard study and patient labor. These spectator' eats. !, fora bust of Chief Jl1'\tke\raitt' fur thesu:
desk were shipped from Philadelphia on The pre i.ling officer's desk and chair will I preme court room. The agricultural apprf
has prevailed in all Republican conventions 30 graduates marched in the chapel, the l ;5th and are expected this week. l>e on a dais just in the center of the plat- I priation bill was iwivs>'l. The pistotlKv aj--

,; and which was adopted Tuesday I keeping time to a march composed by The building will be opened Thursday form assigned to the reporters, the location I propriation bill wa passe,, !. At i p. m. the

with tjie} other rule: of the Republican I the Professor of Music and fittingly rendered being; nearly in the center of the building.Just ; I senate went into a short executive 1tt'S..l"U
evening June 2! th, by a Dedication Concert behind the position which will be occu- j A bill appropriating,; ?I).<})J for the e.lank

Convention of 1,. 4.Editor I bv the Salem Orchestra. A* theytook for which we have been busily preparing -' pied by the president, is another platform bus centemal treat: autumn was rep.Jrtl"ll At

--- --- their seat on the stage their heartbeat \ week I for the accommodation of the National 4 p. in. the senate adj-,urne-L
for the last few
I 1: A Sueatlon. I were audible. *o excited were they, publican committee: and the ;; ...Ite-I' In the house, the dipl.wnatie ant consular
I of tit, Florida star: I A fine programme ha been arranged"consisting ; guests Two seats on this platform are appropriation bill was passetL The tang
that for the greater number had to appear fort of ytrirdelection"! of inti-ic served for the Prince and Princess bill wataken up and amendment, pnn
SIR I pleased i
DEAR ,- am i l(' first time in public. It wa with and closing with an amusing; farce, Bonaparte, who will be prominent among ''j inn; to change the paragraphs: on tin plates

you are taking a move through your I fear and that each the throng of intt.'restell"baors.. The main and beeswax were voted down but a mutt'm t
trembling girl came
columns in behalf of the Immigration I We hope our friend* will remember entrance to the building is on Congressstreet. I to strike glue nail gelatine from the frew u,t J

Association al-o grateful to learn that from her eat and proclaimed in accent: the cause (the furnishing of our schoolhouse I I was agreed to. A motion to strikeout crude ||
; loud and distinct, her eay: *. But why of The situation here i* still one of uncertainty glycerine failed.but fish glue or isuulas wa: ,]
and show their appreciation
the executive committee ha c.\erci-ed 1 doubt With few luminous restored the IJc.'Orict"Va..
need they have entertained any fear. No an hazy a II to existing rate. i
good judgment; in appointing one of our our effort; by giving; ua full house. exceptions, the persons now here in such also stricken from the free list. At .* p. m. t
failure made all did valiantly.Only .
were ; force and with much"ociferou.ness the house ad mrncd. (
so are j
citizen )Ir. --- --
influential and prominent !
I 211 of the essays:: were read I, however boomers of a more or less professional per-
G. S. Hardee, as their rcproentive, Prc- 33elbour Kerns.' functiIJIuU'rJer.. I one llumlrt-d and 'lhir'- Inth H..y. !
on thievening ; some of the young ladies: Geo. Gleaon ha ju-t returned with The senate Was not in eion..
-ident of the lirevard County Immigration The wiser heads of the party have not yet
were feeling boo much indisposed to read I In the house the private calendar! wo.- I
Association through whose influenceand the Vixen from a trip Miami and Key met: in council. There is an abundance of I
and the six honorary essays: were reserved 'I :gossip; to be heart! on all sides but it is I taken up and considered until 5 p. m.Th n t!
effort I hope to ee the $186 ave:,-ed for Wednesday morning. West. neither profitable nor responsible. Senator I the house adjournel. j

to Brevard Co. a,: her pro rah hare We -u seldom see anything in your Sherman i is manifestly in the lead and Judge I AFTER THIRTY YEARS. tA j
The programme for Tueday night wa Sresham i* losing ground. These are about -
forwarded the State .\ oci-
raided and to : ** I
valuable from )t1e1lxam .
orchestral then paper rue-by--en the only two facts that: stand out in a strongway. llomantic V.V.tIIIiJl'hid, i. Just Now
opened by grand piece :
; ,
.. that the be
ation. I buggc t matter I that we propose with your con*cnt to I In Print. .

urgently pressed upon the County Commissioners followed alternately, group of essays keep the reader of the STAR jolted as to A Tribune special: from Washington; says: I. ATI.A-cr.t. G.., June IS.-John Grant, a 't

whose: duty hould l>e to pay and election of vocal and instrumental An ttfort !.> is brie; made to have ex-Sena I native of Ireland, who died in Greenville.S. 1
I' m11*ic. this locality in the future. tor Hhmdie K. Bruce, of Mississippi: made C., ajed: *eventy-three, cast week U-cime I
at least $100 of the amount, and then I his wife when vrtinjat
temi oriry chairman, which would be follow I engaged; to they wen
t from the public spirit and county pride On Wedneday morning i the already )tr. R. S. Smith: a prominent bu-incs: I ing out the policy pursued by the con their old Lome in County Antrim. H-

I of such citizens! a* will the balance can large number of visitor* had increased I man of western New York, ha been vention of 1*>4, when Congressman was a CaTh-! <- and she a 1'resbyteriat.and

be paid until the crowd wa nothing eKe: but immense :spending a few day here. He i i. very Lynch, of Mississippi, colored, called the the parents of the young: girl j-ctrd to the
convention to order. Hoar's mate
name is being
Insert an appeal, )tr. Editor, through and the weather perfect, while much plen*ell with the place and the cool vigorously; pushed for the permanent chair She wa se-it to Auwrica: and young; Gr
night that render sleep *o refreshing. her h-r>. \\* "n *;;he was rr'alle.i
the the man-hip.
your columns, to the Coniiaiioner and atmosphere was just right temperature .
to !her lover followed her. Aft-r a
I It is :generally rec ).;niz*i that the permanent England;
?I to the people, and open subscription I to IK pleasant.At The post office ha been removed one ci ll l'I1l'l1 must U? a man who can control whsleLe was again sent to this country ami

list. nine a. m. the exercises opened in door south into new building: erectedfor a large !>.dy nod be able to have a firm Grant made an appointment to meet her in.

I hereby authorize you to open the !I the Academy Chapel by the orchestra i that purpose. Mr. C. J. Hector being grasp will on be th 'governed convention by, and the as parliamentary the conventkn I ing Liverpool to some, where mis-understand:they were marne-1.they dul O notmentand '*
t lit with a sum of five dollar. from me, playing Prof. MarkgralF <-Commencement post-mater with J. T. Hogg aa-- rules of the house of representatives, the the dsappoint; lover enlnte-J i:/ ,

t and if the Commissioners! ; will pay :$100 March." The Salutatory* read sistantp.m. The office atlhir. are running: National: committee is anxious to secure acur.inni'i the British artnv.H :

of the amount-$li It-I will double my by Mi i...* Addie Fries, of Salem. Then smoothly and to the satisfaction of all who hi had considerable legislative served eighv'nv.ir; in Iidiidarm stormingof .; i t
I experience. Senator Hoar, it will be the Sepoy mutiny. H? was at the
I subscription, making it $W. I the da** eay-Ft nit gonad "},n*-wa* but a few chronic grumblers.The reme:nU-ril prei led over the convention in Delhi, awl reached ("aweI"' '''* with hw ri

Mot respectfully submitted. given by Mics Daisy C'liby and Katie 1"* I, ZtI1'I he <:id so in a manner that gave I i regiment a snort tinw after the rais.sarre of f
of \i itor* and residents Eta
hegira Oa
the FInzlish garrison at that jilv* I
i Your: 101. Paddion, after which each of these two gesertlati'faetion.. ;
--------- .-- I still continues among the Exoduter: tin There are present plies, but of course, return to England he served ei.bt: year f

i IV. S. Vor\\oo llcprcson- I young ladies wa presented with a ('flU"" week are R. \\.. Beaujain and family, they are liable! to cninze wtxen all the delegate longer; in the army in ikirig taentyixyear'arcb I Iin
honor ribbon accompanied by'cr ; reach Chicago.: The, platform in all. He then came to Anwnc.i in ,
) may
taU'c.p' Mer J. K. Martin and John McBride of the he haul sworn to marry so i
the be amended I woman
complimentary remarks from the PrincipaL same way or added to to
Editor Florida Ftar I and Misses:: E. Strawbridge and E. Mc- cover local demands.lUreptiuit many years ao. r
I rob *d of all ;
Kind a man for the Senate for we have Farland. Purer Dickens of the steamer Landing in New York ho was ht11'olu-
I Dr. llondthaler delivered the address, to )l is. John Logan.NEW his money, and in bin extremity ;
found for the lower houe and did I White ha taken offal-a. Mr. 0. I i s
one a clay ] YOKK. June 10.-A Chicago specialto there.l in the army being formal to putdown
i effort able and The
an eloquent. I
iR not go far to find him either. Citizen j diploma C. Heardy act. a:, postal clerk in his absence. the Times says: The informal reception : the rebellion. He was sent west an.rser.'S i

of Ilrevard County and particularly j to the :;0 young lady graduatewere i I Ii I given by the Veteran Union lea.cu: of Chicago -1 through; the war, an t at in close cam 1oe-to I

I presented by Col. A. H. Belo ; then were i to :Mrs John A. Logan, at the Grand i. Greenfield. S. C., where he found hi* t
Democrats please: allow u* to call to your pre-ented the diploma to the graduates I Mr. J. K. Martin who leave this week Pacific, Thursday night, created a stir whichwas trothed and they were married b* *etna; t

attention the fact that Mr. W. S. Nor | n athiuMort: of sensational. It was I more tnan tltYtars olJ. jA j
has the house and lot of Mr.
in the musical and commercial purchased
wood has done more work for the welfare depart- ostensibly under the auspices of the soldiers, I

of the Democratic party and to further its !' ment. Among: the number our friend I Young; the bluff and also the improvement organzitioi.. but the presence of "Long" Negro I.jnehed.Usios .-John t
than man in the j the homestead of M. Jones the recently depose-1 chairman f>f the BKIDGE M-L, June
cause any county. I j the Misses: Florence and Emma Hardee on Harry here last
: I Illinois central Bowen, color-!, who VTA*
7 state committee and the
lie came here some twenty year ago of llockledge Fla. had triven Bride, on the peninsular. Other recent I for : with intent kJ a
I and has been constantly to date at diligentlyand protege;: of the late senator from Illinois, night assisting ty
up In "-
L' the command. of the public to xrve them : meritoriously deerved diploma:*; in I I !ale* are Mr. W. G. Strobar to John B. I soon di-p".led everything: sentimental, and blind man mined Jones of UMlt.'tnW"O.tl Union *>tb
I' !: Beach N I N. Downy to Episcopali I the political nature of the atTair became and Ida :\lulbPrrof )
t( as a delegate at different convention book-keeping. acre* : ap colored, was lynched at 1::.() tbi.i mornfr

the county and state at large. i| Our sifter state, Georgia. ha. ren*on. i Church, 40 acre We hear of numerou parent.It had f--r Us object the mutilation ofwhatever Entrance was obtained to the ti'*n V'.kui'; i
f lie ha polled more vote. for Democracy ; ;' improvement in contemplation which I s'itttaess easily, and Bo'-ven was tak.-n: ats j
likewise, to be proud of her liughters. there was in the Gresham very g"l t
thee convention than 1 awl *"*
in in ?
I any man Two we will notice when they become certain- boom in Illinois, and was thought to be a I two hundred cards from town
I of them i vt
acquittal themelvevery
the He has been The tn-
county. always: ready mute appeal to the friends of Gen. Logan; to to an oak. lyncher were
and willing to :go anderve us and ha" ( creditably, and graduated with high I tie*. support MrLogan's candidate. Governor I en's own race. lkwus had been m tame..Bu"f j f

done it at his individual expense \\hichvery honors. I U. D'Oxonu. Alrer; of Michigan. In one instance the ap- I itentiarv twice and WAS; a bail >.
often wa than half his income. i I Sixteen"month* ago he atteuipte an 1\
more The ---- 1+ Lecanif outspoken, and that was when i
exercie of the :
lie ha gained for himself a national morning were the distin::'Ji.tiwl lady w a* convert-ing;; withtwo on a lady an,i got a year in tbeJ nlt"l1tiLJ'Y.'f'f
TiiC editor of the Broxvnwood (Ga.) ">i
reputation in histability and staunchness clo-eti by the Valedictory, read by Miss solu-r: ach a delegate; from Illinois I from which he wadi charg'<

not only a* a democrat but for the : Iteynolds, of Mas-., followed by the : U"jtorffr makes the following unique and Micm.an reps".tiveir.: It wa then that 1, month ar-,.). This i* the fourth, lyn"j
whomshe "We she vo-'.e't ti.' ho e that the twotates would that has OCt-.u reI in Carroll c< unty
men thought would fulfill the "Farewell" song, sung; by the *iniorclass. proposition to a contemporary : ; _
demands and of the stand *hm ,;,-r to shoulder, a*; they did in two years.
requirement public would like to exchange with the editorof
and hicontituents.He times past which have now become *o historical Foolish I'rronlier)*IL

I married in the county and! ha. Wedneday night was the crowning the Franklin .Yt'rl.re both have and m whi-h Gen. Logan play....I WICHITA, Kan., June 1*.-From the state came

raised a ;; family among u*, coneiuenty e\"ent-the grand musical concert. The iter, and by swapping: we would both I quite an inletant 1'3rt.'f.> iia* received ment of Charles Ri.v, a farmer x bo, tht'
vencheck: ;
a : of the soldier ;
many ; S'even
I' ] he ha experienced and watched selections were of the highest order, and : have a wife aud a helper in our otlice, I |;resent deprecated the action taken by in yesterday of the fr railroad'm and county jt'at3

t the gradual development of the county each respective performer seemed! literally too. What do you say, MrCutcben ?" I the widow ft the most 'imt1r volunteersoldier >' scene fight between the to'.vn of lIc "'WU auj.
with the interest. P
j greatest } of the ilI l'ntln P
to excel herself. Salem is noted for age. I AVoodsdale. it appears that 1l;
Now let us be grateful enough when the ; llre\ar (Count j l'am:>hlcs.DFs.r.irrivi I To make the move more .ipnnfi ant and I lation is tinder arms. Mr. It'e +d13''iI]

t time comes to nominate this: true and ;, her music, and if we judge from Wed- : OF TIlE INDIAN KIVFJUOUNTT.Y. j possibly more binding Mr. Jones invited I of armed and mounted citizen front Wtb for

tried competent and desiring democrat I i nesday night the honor is well deserved. I every delegate who would go to his residence, I patrol the country night and day ln"

l)y acclamation the representative of oldlirevard. This concert in truth brilliant :, where the day was spent in the company: of mile; around. These gangs i act 83 for tf.
wae. a the
Ixitushear who will >ay let A few yet on hand which can be had Mrs. Logan and her late husband's cousin parties. The situation: 1j senOUi and the
i record for the Academy. i A. 1... Hatch at I Dr. Logan. will be felt long a fter
the good work go on. on application to City feet of the warfare around
COMMITTEE. II Yl*iTOi I' Point, Fla. Enclose stamp for postage. :Mrs. Logan has entered into the canvass fight has ceased. Farmers are ruling sou\ ana aU
for Governor Alger with, old time oaeiw armed, instead of tilling their

crops are likely to fail ut consequence.




visited several foreign countries among Henry, toe sesOTid son_ of Frederick, would I i i WASHINGTON DISPATCHES I 1

others England, where it seems he became \ succeed him. ]I
LOSS.I attached to the Princess Royal, eldest dough.j
of Flags at Half Mast. i i .
ter Queen Victoria. i!
I As is the custom! in the house of the Ho- I LONDON, June 15.-Tbe flags; of the American i INTERESTING ITEMS GATHERED AT

I henzor.ern: be entered the Prussian army and other legations; were displayed at |! THE NATIONAL CAPITOL.AVh.it .

early in life, where he received the patent of I half mast as soon as the news of the death of j i
I l lwas r w ttG
FRCDERICK'S REIGN 1 lieutenant in the First regiment of theguards Emperor Frederick reached here. Tae news !
EMPEROR at Potsdam, when ten years old. not received at the German embassy : an J't.GJH'rlH1H"nt 1'mplmtim;

BROUGHT TO A CLOSE 1 1I He took a lively interest in military affairs, until ::&) o'clock this afternoon, when tho'I About Citil Service I.a\\-\ C'olorrdMessenger .

1I I and soon advanced to higher rank. flag; was placed half-mast; and the blinds ,i I i IJin of Old .ht"-I'rl..till :
I!. During the trouble in Holstein drawn The bells of Westminster Abbey are '
II. Schleawig; O:ice In'.etti?atiomiOtherotes.. I :
I 1 tolled out cfrespect to the d 'atl. The : I
in fcUv'.t 1. be turned out with the army, and being '! H.
liE lOX.LOWft HI"* ILLUSTCIOCSET1IEit ; i: in the Danish campaign, in 1'..(*4, he served in prince of \Vales wiil start for Berlnto-mor- '' WASHINGTON, Juno IS.-Johu P. Spillman

10 Till: GREAT liKYOM*. i i a rather subordinate capacity.I'severtheles.s row evening.Mr. tvas a wit ness before Senator Hale's committee j

I he gave utlilent proof of Gladstone and scores cf other prominent investigating violation: ? of the civil service ,

his mat ability t') cuus the king; to entrustto person called at the German embassyand law. )Spillnrtn::: is a Democrat and !!

him t he rtot iiujxjrtant t.tii in tine war left cards for Connt Van Ilatzereed the Vermonter, and was a delegate: : to this convention -

The ):nuts (;"nuan atlon lion It*. head with Austria two years later, in IbG'J' : G-rman ambasido. which nominated President Clevelaud -|,
In S urr.t\-E of .! itliy J'x- namely] the command of the left Prussian AW ,)'ml';1thiz<> With '1h -lI1. in I5"-l. lie is, a gout:, man. a student |:ROYAL

.,rf-.H,".-The sate department of the law and desiring; an intrI( I1tion into :

Germans Regard the chief of the second Prussian army, a' was otlicially informed of the emperor's; life at New York, whore he wanted to locate .
I it was called be had under his command death by the United State legation at Berlin be accept >,1 a inessensership:: in the New 1

}'uun:: frown l'rlJlce'licce..inn to the I alxmt 150.0CK men. How ably the priuC'e''I The president was officially notitietl of York custom house. When President Cleveland '

Thron a* a Mi-fortune. f I played his part and how his timely app" ar- I tbe occurrence by Secretary Bayard and i snt his tariff message; to the present :
June 15.: -The Emperor Frederickdied I ance on the battlefield of lrtcuigretz decided later the following! cablegram; was sent to
BERLIN, I cut ,esc Mr. Spillnian::: took exception. to I II
the fortune of the day is well known.In Minister Pendleton: I
at 11 a. m.
and critici-ed it through the columns of auewsp'ijwr
tho Franco-Pruibian. TU-71, he I I "The president! desires you to make I
i is stirred with ni intense excite- '
The city acted a very conspicuous' part as commander I through: the foreign oilice of the respectful i in New Hampshire copies ()f'
jjjput: j_)
'atchlll" tide Bulletin boards, and asking Baden. He led the third army, which consisted for the German nation in the loss of their I' gone.

each ot.ier: for the details uf their beloved of about tiO,000 men and :AA) guns. emperor, who has at last yielded to death The collector brought the matter to the Absolutely Pure.

KorarcL's deathbed scene. He won the victories of \\ >issenlter{;, August with such lofty courage: awl calm resignation ; I attention! of Mr. Mason, who is secretary of I

4, and Woerth, August 6. and bore a to the di "ine decree." the civil service 1.o.1.'llof the New York ; Tinj'owiler' vi VIT \ iricr* A nm".J..r 1 j'uritT' : ,
distinguished: part in the succeding events of custom house. Mr. Mason callel upon Mr. "trt'lItll ani lr iu in-.. Moic ."< "1"'I1'I'al
Duiit Pedro Completely Krco\erc* that war. Snellman and asked to see the correspondence
,'om .. tlll"11111& mho niiutituilt- law t.-..i. .boitweight
15. The )
He took part in the battle of Sedan September Aix : empe'I'or that it violation of
a .
stating; alum or ho-iOitt p Mivi(irn s*>| | <>.|yin
t 1, ISO, when Field Marshal McMahon i i f Brazil has completely recovered. civil !,service laws. Mr. Spell man refused to cars. Itoal lUkiu .: I'ow.ltr t'I'.. tll" Wan at..

r the heretofore invincible Duke of Magenta TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES furnish the l' correspondence unless it was I Nw York. i

was defeated, and he was present the called for officially. He hold it was an T

next day at the memorial surrender of Em- rionh. Crisp (;leanim:i of lleoent Noteworthy abridgement of his rights; as a citizen. Subsequently Geo. B. Rumph.A .

I peror Napoleon. Two months later he was Happenings; and K\ent. he was informed that he was

made field marshal by his lather and succeed July !."> has been fixed for the t'xe-'nrio:1 of booed for removal and he resigned and returned FULL LIXI: t'GENTS' }'

I General Field Marshal and General Inspector Hii.h: Motia'u: Brooks, alias Maxwell who to Vermont. He stated to the committee -

Wrangel a few years ago at the lat- Iln..j.>owl C. Arthur Preller at the .uthern that Collt't't"lraont' and his assist- FURNISHING GOODS.

ter's death, and at the time of his accession, liort-l I m St. Louis. ants were partisans, attended caucusses, r

March 11 last, held the second highest position i Millions grasshopjK-rs hatching out in I took an active part in politics and were constantly r
. r i ,,"" -"a in the German army, being outranked Otter Tail county, Minnesota. They are of i violating both the spirit and letter of ,
FREDERICK ilL E J.ltESSICTORIA.. only by his illustrious father as generalis- the genuine Rocky Mountain variety which the civil service Hw. Mr. Spellman is not a

I All the royal family, numerous ministersof simo and commaHderinchief.After did Mich ;great damage some years ago. supporter ot the present admini>tration.

state, and foreign emb:1ssadors, were pros his father ascended the throne of John Zuihar Jr., living; near llacine,

ent at the death chamber when the Enperor Prussia he, as crown prince, took part in Wis.. has not tasted food for twentythreedays. Died of Old Aje.WASHINGTON .

Frederick died.A the more important affairs of the state, and : June 1 8.-Mr. Lindsay
held was one of the most important members of A bill has been introduced in congress for Muse, a colored messenger in the navy de-
ministerial council was just beforethe
death. Prince Bismarck who the imperial council. He has always adheredto i the development and encouragement of silk partment, died yesterday afternoon of old
emperor's a more liberal policy than his father did, culture in the United States. age. lIe had the distinction of being; the I
presided, was greatly agitated and inado the and the Liberals and Progressists: in the German Mormons bought four hundred thousandacres oldest employe in government !service. He !
short possible. I
as as
exipire looked to him to bring about the of land in the state of Chihuahua, was appointed a messenger in the navy de-
and endurance
The patience Emperor Mex. for colonization served there continu-
enactment of a more liberal policy as soon as purposes.A partment in li, and
wonderful A
Frederick were physician he had firm hold of the reins of government mob, armed with shotguns, at Somerset, ou;;ly in that capacity to the day of his
connected with the
I who was intimately During: the period from June to December Ky., caught: Silas llichunUon, who burned deatii. He served under twenty seven differ-
taft of attendants at said
Cbarlottenburg, the residence of Perk Gustinau lllled his and shook hands with
5, IST'i, while his father vas suffering: every
t from the effects of the attempt on his life, bowels full of uncomfortable circular perforations president from Monroe- Cleveland. R SN1 I RTSLL

; the crown prince was the regent of the German and turned what was left of him --
It 4 4e
t The Printing mice Investigation.
empire and the kingdom of Prussia over to the authorities. ;
Albert Miller wa.i sente.iCv.nl at H-irris- WASHINGTON, June }g. -Tbe printing
pursuant to an order isut'tll.y the emperor.
Notwithstanding the ad affliction: which burg Pa., to two months' imprisonment for committee of the house, which has been engaged S &CUF )

kept kept him so long between hope and despair kissing h:s sweetheart oa the street in investigating the government

ho touk hold of the affairs of the em- Dispatches from several piints in Illinois printing office during; the past three months,
pire with a firm hand that promised well for and Iowa say that the locusts which are making has concluded its investigations. It is announced
their in such numbersare that a majority and minority re- '
the German nation. appearance great no UIUT n ;s'rs
, not molesting fruit, grain or vegetablesas port will be made to the house.
William II of Prussia, emperor of Germany -
I 1may' / jU the young man who has so suddenly, yet. The only da.uuge done is the killingof ; (;('neralhcrilJ,," Unchanged.WASHINGTON i'i'esll ( ; nrcl,1l peds

though not unexpectedly, Income emperorof young and tender tre-s. June IS.-Tlie bulletin issued Sold at PJrillIldphia] ] Retail Triros. Will

I Germany, received the title of major gen The state cjnclave of the Ancient Orderof by Gen. Sheridan's physicians at 1 I make sl'i ecial orders ant! jtricvs tu

II eral as a birthday present from the old emperor Hibernians closed its fourteenth annual o'clock says: ''Gen. Sheridan's conditionat parties l wnntin;; K.( lsin

I grandfather/; on January 27. Theallvam'ell session at Evansville, Ind. this hour remains substantially the same luilk.Goo. .

I I age of the monarch, and the frail Several million feet of logs: broke looso as the last bulletin, with possibly a slight:
r condition of the crown prince's health cer- above Columet, Wis., and went down stream improvement." B. Rumph.

) II Jw tainly had much to do with the grandson's with great force to an island: on which several li'' Tit'u I villo! Fla.
hundred people lived doing great dam The I'rt'sidi'iit Think Otherwise.WASHIXGTOX .
rapid promotion. Two years ago-he is now ---- -
twenty-niue-the then Prince William age.The Jun IS.-Capt Thomas O. 3LVLAIJAIJ"THJAi. : ( : FATOKV"iCJ. :
ranked only as a major, and people in gen- friends of Smith Carver at L-iporte, Self ridge, U. S. N., who was tried for neglect -
a't eral looked with surprise at the slowness Ind., are anxious,. to know tbe whereabouts of duty, was acquitted bv th" court ('. ,:ftr-t.'col111(1 <>i.

with which he advanced, yet all praised the of himself and tho Sl.ti'K') he has with bun. martial but the president in an ord jr to day
thoroughness of his military education. Louis I.-ibell, opium smuggler: ; confessed disapproved the findings. :Manufacturer of fine Havana and Du-
Innumerable then above to the Indianapolis) authorities that he is moNtic: l'ig ars. Tnule Mijijilied with line
princelings were
THE PRESENT EMI'EKOIl AM CROWN: I'RI.VCE. him, as well as untitled men of not much backed by a company with a capita! of ?!",- Naval Cutlet-hip Appointment.WASHINGTON liainl nia:. Urtlcrs ('flit:!] tly lillc.
I XXouO) ) in the smuggling:: business. This will June }S. Ferdinand Factory at :\fa altar. Fla. 2S
today that it was a mystery, even to his longer service, for a Prussian prince receiveshis
of Hamilton 0. has been
far Schwenn appointed -
to with
4 doctors, how he held out so long iu the faceof straps at the age; of ten. He was com- go; prove the average jury that
such adverse circumstances, and that the jielled to work like the rest of his comrades Louis is a wronged; and innocent man. to a cadetship in the naval( academy. 5,000 Budded Trees For SaleAt
The Ixxl}' found in the Ohio river, ne ar ,
the actual suffer- E
world would never know Dually subject to military discipline. irly THE BLAiNE PARTY.
lugs that the brave manexjjerinceiLC'nstle and late be was with his regiment; ordered Madison. Ind., has been identiti--d n<, that of Low Prices.

Friedrichkron where Kaiser Frederick about as an ordinary major, saluting his superiors Henry Umhach of Utica N. Y. He was He I> Iuter\ie\veil on His Co.irhin;; Tour. in
ended his fight; with his dread disease with little or no attention a mili- murdered for his money, stri 'lle.l of his I'ulitlc.tt'.I.. Nursery.Apply .

was his favorite summer residence.! It is, tary way-paid to his royal rank. But all clothes, and thrown into the river. NEW YOKIC:, June 10.-A cable from As- to \\'. II. SHAIZI'K,

perhaps the must beautiful of all the royal this was changed when he wore the brilliant Crimes and Casualties. kereen, Engl hnl.: to tho World, says: The City 1'uint, 1'Ta.
Prussian jalaces. It was erected in Brett insignia: of a Pru..-ittt maj 'r general. The
White arrived here after
Kentucky Caps at Pmcheco whipped Blaine party Thursday perhaps -
magnificence by Frederick the Great, and aged emperor appointed him by telegraph; Joshua Anderson and ordered him to leave. the finest day of tho tour, as far as WANTED !
with its exquisite gardens and park was a he being stationed at Put.xlun. Any hour
He declined and was cut to piocj."* by knivesin ,
concerned. The Carnegie
delightful; place in which to live quietly might make him crown prince, yes, king: and the hands weather c >n'litions are Iteliahlt> Hint .'Ih.1"11 to tra fl for an
of the .
away from the noise of the capital. emperor and the prou I old ruler ought: it regulators.Two ; coach left the Royal hotel, Worksop, F',.&II1-
The room in which the kaiser died is on best to rec'),size this possibility, and pro- I Wilson young quarrelled farmers at Bloomington named Bailey, Dak.and early in tho morning, and' shortly l...fore lli-iSH!.who-il :'!ran t"II"Y ford all\311'a('II I|i.rw-m i.thlv anti K\\: t.*. iniuitylTefer jay n-

the first floor, and is large and light.: It is pare the voung man for its realization. Bailey fm-d at ,Wilson but killed his sundown a halt was ma le here at the Green i j"'iiH.b .\ great a''hallc'- for the right incn !
own .
furnished and decorated in the finest ta te. Now Fate has made a very young and father."ilsol shot Swan, as much of a rara avis in the way of i MVIt.MJIM. rt 4,1"., |1,"ut, and I,, Hbttf.r *\- lilac
Bailey dead.
1111 iiannami llrKs ,
The walls are covered with crimom damask not prej>ossessiug miu emperor of Germany --herilr inns as of lir.l. Thursday evening I had along .. ,.. .f d..rf'lIr'l< Satttiitin
E. Gray, of Pittsburg; is said to {.an! tn |H. M.ir. N.-VIT n.iiMl a n":.tMinJmt'
and lace and white and i the coinniander-iii-chief under the constitution : with Mr. Blaine in +
gold gold ; predominating and be *15,000 short conversation which -tail }) tut i >jiiA.Mri i -s "IJI's.Mvs: ,'
character of the of the nnnie eschewed. B"X 11. Ivl'llUIOIlli. \4
; painting of her I Five lives were lost in the storm near Fort .1 however pliti were carefully ----- -- --- -JlllO- i
room. On one side a long: window reachingto He lacks the prominent nigged features of Yates, Tex. He has seen the TitUs: dispatch indicatingthat ; m

the floor leads out to a terrace, \\hile opposite his father and the handsume lines of his Mrs. Mary Stoffle of Springfield, Mo., a very strong movement is on foot to HOFFMAJJ'S The Strawberry

a door enters the study, out of the grandsire. Tne Hohenzulle-rns have no drugged and hanged her fifteen-year-old boy. nominate him! by acclamation on tile meeting For the sums ;

windows of which a view is obtained across hereditary physical characteristics. Even She is in jail, almost crazy. of th convention, but has nothing to :Most i-KNlnrtivp. lari' "!
the pnrden and down the princijvil avenue of Professor Vircnow failed to lint any cranial Masked robbers tortured Samuel Hum. say regarding the matter. : SEEDLING
Potsdam. The doctors' consulting room is ones m his scientific examination of the alert 'The Lineom cathedral," said Mr. Blaine ti. l,.-t quality allliUnequalled
near Pittsburg, in a dreadful manner
near the bedroom, and the physicians' quartets ancestral S:.ull;. They have: never intermarried to make him tell where his money was hid. 'is time finest ecclesiastical pile which I have
are all in tu,e wing that contained the having the purest blood of all royal They got it. seen since my stay on this side of the water for Market.

sick chamber. In the mid-it of thi* 11U1.;nit families a custom which tends to preserve Peter Alt, a Baltimore hotel keeper while began; Indeed, I think it a great: pity thai I ,.flf.-r i t-tnnij! plaits: 111 Urci* and mall ijiiauti
tlra at rtatonallr
canoe, the kaiser, stretched on a plain brass and itensify i>eculiarities. abusing his wife was shot and killed by his the great nia-ss of American travelers should ('.\TI.IH'S Jt1t"'II. ai:.! JAPAN MfAl-
ld, within a few feet of the room in wbich His right; 11u)1 is badly crippled, and his fifteen-year-old son, who came to his moth! .how such Uecid*,1 preference for the more I.r.iall the burst iOsl.x 111 KIM*). li..aiyjildiith ,
fce was born looked for the last time upon right arm at leat two inches shorter than er's defense. onlarn.ntal nut fir less stately cathedrals of forty "rtf-tt. fir JlU'AKF O1CAN(>KRNOLD
I TIII: :. LIIIoN... I.DII-s. rte.Attdrrs .
earthly scenes. bis left, a defocfc which has caused as much Dennis! Williams, colored who shot and Fraiice an.lltah.11" ,
Frederick William Nicholas: Charles, late annoyance and mental pain as ever Byron's seriously wounded Superintendent McCormick :\ Bhine is i well informed of everything

emperor of Germany, so well known to deformity did. He tries upon every occasion at Ellsville, Fla., was lynched by a concerning the ;gathering of the clans at PUETX,
bill countrymen and abroad as "Unscr to conceal it, but tries, of course, in I .outs and his body thrown into a river. 1 Chicago.: To day the party proo-eds to Yorkand (rernland 1"1\,1 oiiiity, 1"Inrl.I"I .

Fritz" is dead after a brief. reign, dating : vain. Yet the skill he possesses is remark John l'ennyt'as arrested for highway Sunday will be spent at North Allen- ----- \ :{in('.

from March S last 'able. He carries his sword on parade as robbery at Idaville, Ind. ten.

He was the only son of King William of well as any officer, and has become a most A bloody shirt! containing three knife GRANT'S ARMY INVASION. :r. ..:eVJS9DEL

Prussia and of Queen Augusta. lId was excellent fencer, rides like a Cos ock and cuts;, was found in the woods near Logans- I I
born OotoW IS, IS'JI, and was therefore at shoots with unerring aim. port Ind. Murder suspected. I A Prominent Army UUh'C'r"a '" It Was

the tune of his death well advanced in No otlier in the army was more popular Dynamite manipulators made a hopeless: I -eriiui-ly Contemplated. IHOTEL

years. The first year of his childhood he than this royal scion, and none more clever. wreck of the Hope Ind., jail. NEW YOKK, Jun ; IS.-Tbe Herald prints ,
Passed in Balesberg, near Potsdam, where No wonder that his men were attached to
At Ind. officer
he I Indianapolis George; Taylor, colored -I an inteniewih a prominent army COCOA. INDIAN LIVER }'L.t..ly .\.
Was born. His earnest" character and! him. He had a pleasant word for all, and convict requested his offended mistress, I whose name is not given, with reference to

eminent talents were early developedunder cracked his joke with the common men as Belle Brown to forgive him and forget. She I Gen. Grant's c,mtemplated invasion of Spain. :\ rllrlajaht-d Itaetus. .:NOtI TaLI.

the care of excellent masters, among though be were of their number. His training declined to do either, and he divided the contents j Toe idea grew out of the butchery of liyan,
ethers Professor Ernest Curtiu who also ; was very. democratic. He attended cf his shotgun with her. Both are t the filibustering leader and nearly one hundred I I II'or ins S>xi per :"Day.

T -' school at Ca.v eU boarding with one of the dead. I of his followers in Cuba. Gen. Giant
; ,.. i teachers, and was treated exactly as one of >i"-<-w! rata by tL- week nr Iur ttt..
i t An infuriated ram fatally butted little was president at the time, and be is aid! to
-t t the other boys. :i Harry Spellers near Versailles, Ind. have made every preparation for hostilities I I)1.
Q He was graduated after several years at in the en :lt of Spain refusing the demands 1 JAUVIS, Pnp'r.
.- :... the first in his cl.iss, to the {I. Sporting.
Cassel among : of the United Spates government for ,.
.. ..t t: : -para- i 11 Vt"i4I/tatsIn.S''auati"et li'lflillg.i .
1 .F ; great satisfaction of his parent: -.. who attended Chicago: leads the League bass ball race i!, ; tioi for the barbarous execution of Ilyun

... b) I ; =t ., { j the commencement He atterwardas with Detroit a good 'O:11. and his m n. (;" ::1. Sheridan was tendered

;; b:1:: :t t'f\ -- :. is the Hohenzollern custoai-attended the Barnes rode sixteen winners at the Lv command ('f the prtto.rtl invading: army, i Important to All !1

f ,. .-. .. _'"..\ ;; .t-.1 university at Boan, aul jjinei the famous I tonic spring meeting and wo-i the saddle offered with Gen. Meade a? his chief of staff.Grant's .

li t. ,.:.. ...'",,". r...:-ff {:$ :, ijaxo Borusseii corps, over whose annual I for the largest; number of winning intention\; to rendezvous fiftythousand I II .
: : .
0'r l : -
;. ..i..t .
I J meetings be presided.i mounts. of
'::: I Ii' .P) veteran the civil war, who
rti'J:t.- : t.hI;! ;!!! I 'tA. 1 i : inconsiderable portion of tii! German Tbe Chicago stables won fourteen race*, were to lie mobilized nir New York, and a The inn-! i import. croft hi SouthFlorMa
: public regard the outlook; of hU ae'-ves">ion to among; them tile Oake, Charles Gre n, Di- feet them the At-
:Jb: J \' ;.:Ut I 1 11J t lt kvi: ;,.jr.,..., a ::. for i prepared to carry across i i i.thf Oranue; crop, lnd'Cr)
.6Ii.:."':''_ 7 :;' 1 the un-er-il authority as a gioo-ny one rectors'and Grant Mountain stakes, the i lan,Ie iu two division:. The idea was *o pretend -
:tS.J; ,! Europe. They are of the opinion that he hisshonii cup, and id4. I)). { it for service on the Island: of Cuba but : oliohoiilil eriileavor toccure a fioodvariety
.__-'-eP.I.'t'E-- -- c.:: Ht the of a great ruler There is'a convention oj ,0o,
none qualities ; over ; ) ; really to land on the shrres of Spain am.! I
{- ._,._ :. that b* hOlt!; nn cmcirv i--r :err trust): butWztlI' I bicyclists an i tricycli, iu Dorlin. G rnanf. ruarca ini.;'id t 0) iiadrid. Eotli Grant and t.! range in planting I a trove-

lie : as r>-"-!: i'--ui: ; 1'. : is :an Temple, the American, won the :,OOJ metre Sheridan te-'-ned tits movement a feasible I To do this and get such fruit ts have
WHERE THE nvrEuon I IEI>, ar: .:.: -I.v'.or: IK tae t XTue r..t.. >. i ut' race in three minutes and tuirteen seconds, : one, and had the! United State'- declared war
a' luni'd ham to the University of I ,ii. lunate., anti has piauuy iul.iii.Uca h! .t beating; the leoonl. W. 1:. Cn..t, also an ; it would hays been nttemptal. I! taken premium at many of our 'tate

where the rr l:1.< matriculated 1.1 tIt; his jtoiicy would add to toe mreidy iavjburdens American wo-i: sea pnz. in taj tunUtier i
law faculty After a short stay at the University of the people. tJach regard his accession race. It U how 1're-iilent Plan. Fairs and at the New Orleans Expo-

of Heidelberg: the prince returned to : and tits f-ict taat hi has a son to Jockey Isaac :Murphy it is sad 1, wiil not + KANSAS ClTV. June 10.-II T. Plank, of I s-ition, buy your trees from C' U. )la-

Berlin mil pursuing the study t f law and sno..H. I him a* a misfortu, as o-h *r.vi>a ride after this year. Ke says it injures: his lz.ii Fr.m.c ieo, \\a" eltctcd president cf the
\\h"'l1 his education had teen comp'eteil bet ; they mijht h,,pj: so-n? j'jy that Prince health to reduce his weigh I Iatdl1aivllll Typoorephtcall u'1iJ:1. -ruiler A: Sun, Kockledzc.: ; FlaTHE 20t1: (

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1.ACOXICS.Dr. Another wedding; is to come off in -A social, musical: and literary entertainment i FOK 5M//; Indian River

I town next week. for' the benefit of the Episcopal ; A tract of land on Indian Direr in the i, Bakery
of Ilrevard.conitin:::: ..titc: *
It. 1*. Benson is on a yi. it to his: I I -MrW.. S. Graham started for a few Church will be given on Frilb '. June acres county: it neins, lot Xu. o, and outli h-ilt W'h.-| :. '\\11I:. .

aunt at L:1kc"orth for a short time. i month visit to Philadelphia this mor- i 2i'th, at eight o'clock p. m., at Wager's ; of the northeast quarter of section :.;.">. TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA.

The steamer Picolata started down ; ing. : IIt". :Some of our best talent will pre- I and lot No. :3. eiirz: the soutliwt-t 'iuartor i i Fresh Bread, Cakes and Confectioner

-ent a very intere-timr of recitations ,|I, of the north\\e-t quarti-r of :-eelion t'. .. J1
programme 'tar.t.tv n Lai
the river on Tueday with the piledriverin -We are ph> .ed to receeitemsfrom |i I :oi m;. both in town-hip] -outh. ran::::f "R>Iea ;:;
*:! everal place on the river this week that ; vocal and instrumental solo, j jduet 1 i -t. This i i- a very de-irable} piece of f I BOSTON. FUKNU1.: (;(:.\11\\1 _\\,1I

tow.Mr. heretofore have not been repre-entell. j j; and quartettes. The following ,,1 hammock, :'lIil"f t rich quality, -uitable I I MILK ii :.111 MAUE

and )lr-. Jo- Williams of Micro : will be among those as-isling : Mrs J! for the raisin:::: (t'all tr" pii-al fruitI .TO. OIIIKI: .: '
Edward Gibson, a tru-tworthy and ;. ipirtie Ball: I'll I.K -. her r3:. r,.I f,>r 1care ,
arrived here yesterday on their way' Brady. )Ir.r.. M. Brown, Mrs. Turner, ;; situated at the N arrow.i .*. near I'uos* l'u-ti ,, at. reliable old colored man and a long re-i- i Willell f'ui; ca-h. For . "
the They will i Mi--e office. cheap : lI-iiJtb "I\'na. Ik'\-FAt; .t* |_-6. If:.
north to spend summer. )Ir*. He tall. Mi** Ronald, the
dent of Indian River was found dead in I 1.artieuJaratll1rl'- Special Prices for Hotels, Restaurants
in the fall. ; !: Pritchard Miss Ethel ,Etc. 01
return Egger, the M5-5e E. M. }.4 n\ .
his house la-t Saturday morning. It isuppoed ioo' (;- tL l'It1:1:. l'$'oprictur.
The artesian well i is the great at- : he died from heart di-ease a- 1 Humph, Mr. E. B. Wager, Mr. Altree | Sept. :;t H rock ton. Ma:-: -- ,'J

'I and Mr. Geo.; Ih'iere a-ure our i, .j. iKiruiui. I'M -:,j. I i'.
all the -- ----
traction this week. Nearly men he had complained the day previous of i \\ M. I r.i.n\I .. ,
\"cr-I I : reader. that thewill be well entertained
in town investigate the operation* pain in the region of the heart. j i' INDIAN RIVER ART GALLERY .
i I
and we would urge all who can to come :
al times per day. I Our Main IMAOIYERBA1.
enterprising street merchant -
out, help a good cau-e and spend a plea-
Major C. B. Magruder, of IVcki i' Mr. S. H. Ray, ha- made all arrangements 1! It
the close of the entertainment -
en'n-I I' I ant evening. At PICKEXS TriSXKK. Til -.1 ill('. Florida.
ledge, arrived in town on Monday for improving and enlarging i refreshments be served. ft
ing on hi."a) to Jacksonville! where he I!i histore by adding about ten feet ----- I PhoojI'/JI/pJ'. :! SACTED. i.

will remain for a few days. !, length to the front and putting in an attractive :, Inow prepared to do anything: in the. :j K.li.in: ;.!f l'.-tJi.'ht :in.1 -..,.L -;., .aj : t1j

-Dr. and Mr. Holmes and their two j i gla--) front. Mr. G..11'. Martin I i HOC,1t.ME.. I Picture lire.I r.>rllpt attt'.nti 1.'ii .1. \ ,-t> J<> ,...im,.,'ti..i,.... \ ",t'". .
1U' "tlah'.1 >n tii t iMirtnf' a.\" "It\
children, of City Point, left here ye-ter-1'I,' ha charge of the: work and it ito be I II I'I Views on Ili-t Coa-t and Indian Rive. I f (1LIIJ.l'nTI'UTlttiUI1"..t nlhw.1 nn thlll' ,te'l..tooi1.an.lll1.II\I.111,1... .. I"tllle",, : 11II 1-

completed before the Fourth of July. I a Specialty.lla .
day morning on their way to their {lhIl l"nul'1h of .Iul- ( t'ie1)1'atlI1.
I 'IIr..T. : JSl OU..O () () TO LOAN
Ohio. Enderhowed hand- the only.Authorizel1l'itoiT'i1.1r1!r 11
Columbus ) E.
home at :!I u* a j -
I of which lie At a regular; meeting; of the citizen or Pr.tiniNT: C'Livr.L.\xi> AXI l'Aif v I <(< )n Firstclayseal Estutv. II *
-All the necessary pew> for Beating I -ome piece jewelerMonday I held last Friday evening to complete- that has ever been made. 'during, the lI :, r.l

the F.pi-copal church have been -ubtcribcd I poli-hed and mounted Itii -elf. It wa avery I rmgt'Jllct1tfur the Fourth of July Celebration -I travel-. Order: by mail receive pnnnpi t l :: .t.ltunees nta.le ul'.n :a aitabl-. ,.'il,,:. I.i. .

and the work of building and large tusk of the genu hog, with a the attention. -]ll.Ii1nV. Al)j)ro\v.11u-hu.-* )>:iM-r following W:1eleci.le.l -
i I(n.tl* on all )>at of KnmiK'. I
them will be started at once. neat pin-clap, and a gold mounting at
placing ,
the end of the It I III upon : A. M.: : Hamilton & Co., 1 iniuedune at .':",10:0"11\.111. r..." ", .
large ,
t Monday was the warmest day of the wa very A l>a-e Bill! game will be played l between Kr\- favor, ""n"l .h'lIt uiU ....,.: .
The thermometer] neatly poli-hed} nearly a- white aivory, I bunking: du.-l"lIll1y ,\t< ,..a: ,; i
far. nine- in
and Titu-ville
seaon *o II LaGrange TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, i. t
and by a people would not (4I: : :" \IIJ-\T:: -: Halik ..f..lad..t.Ju.J..UI1'tllt. \ :, ,
at S.;; degrees in the STAR oilice whichis great many I the morning at nine o'clock under the Wlicl.il. Pi.ihr.inndian .. H.I., Ihi.il: >. .mi Nan, i .. .'

one of the coolest places in town. I be known by its proper name. -uper i-ivn of Me:-:-r*. C1. 1>. L'a-e, II. T. 1;:LI1J.;, N. w_1'.n.ik.____ .
I -31rTreutler, propriety- the s
The Frost Line, loaded down with Titu-, and 11. Atkin-on, committee River Oysters : C. C. EIA.JGHT: : 1
TrcutlfT Hotel Eau Gallie, arrived in
lumber, ailed and sailed all of Monday on I5.i-e IJall.Judge ,I Contractor & Builder. l
and left
town on Tuedaylearner onWedneday
afternoon and hardly moved a mileCaue morning: ** train for Jackonille. Nolan, of Sanford, will deliveran i v i si i 1.\Ii t: uoKin. IIXIM. 4..11.\. :

-a dead calm of the first order.Zeke 1 oration at 11 clock in honor of Independence I Hou.-fo. (t'all hhioibuilt -itli r '.v t
\" "n I'tntt'- for Council Bluff-., L wa.Mr '< or on "ulltrtl't.1111 l
wa ( mA
t l>a\ Green Turtle and Game. day ;: Rm 1
Renakcr.5 once more at Tiluville -- *. Treutler has been wry ill for ome t1uill' in any p.irl of the Mate.orU I.....d! \

attending at the Exchange lie The regatta will commence at one : : \\ ,"..'nIr: lIt"I"1. _\l-II" ft.w !....uii :
time and she al1.1..al"l'l"l1 .ittrntioil
past we trust will derivegreat All oi brought quite a collection of curio-5- 'clock, under the-upervi-iun of H.J (J. \\ 111' 111'1' 1 h\' tetetttil.l I i for sale, in gut tl l hwtfl"I1". tt h.u :: .:'. :
up benefit by the change. She wayI littt-r 01 IM"r-on. 1'; : price .">_-:.inn':
down lawlev ( J. F. Kn-ev and E. B. Wager, I .
tie3 in the yacht from the !
Mystery -- --- --p ----- -
.. -- -- -
I the guest of Colonel and Mr-. G-iulden.; --- -
I IptJstma..tt'r
. Committee on J e atta. I (
coast. (Umber} hihud a great TITUS HOUSE ; A. L. Hatch A Son
A Fool-r.iee at tWit o'clock, under the ,
t -.\ beautiful and powerful church improvement made) to the poloiliceImilding .
charge of X. ( Bryan. I J'L\I.J-H-o: : IN
M organ has been ordered for the new Episcopal by erecting a porch, keepingout Florida.II.
A ni:-ml'f" at three o'clock, under the Titusville, Indian River, .
Q Church and will shortly arme. the of the hot beside
rays morning -uI'l, DRY GOODS NOTIONS
charge of (( ;eo. Ihrke-taIl'.
It is made by the popular firm of Clough the of the : ,
I improving appearance A Hurdle-race at four o'clock, under ) II. l l Km. ,-lI'OJH'h>tor.
and Warren, of Michigan. building. For the convenience of those
the charge of E. II. 1'uidy. : Hardware, Crockery. Saddlery.
,t' -:Me--r*. Jones and William have who mail paper and large package when A wheelbarrow-race at live o'clock unler Large Airy Rooms ; Excellent Cui- I Stationery. Family Medi-

the lumber on the ground for their new the office is closed, we l have no doubt J. ( sine. cines. Garden SetJs.
I chaige; of t'a ml I't. i. :-tcwart. I
office located on Maintreet, just east of Mr. Grul>er will enlarge the letter-box
The fir-t: prize in each of these four Thiwellknown Hou-e i> now openfor
Dr. Wilev''s residence. They expect to and place it in a more advantageous; posi: I the reception ot gut-t-. i CHOICE GROCERIES,
races: will\ l he ::: ; -econd: prize, :::;>o.
have it completed in about six weeks. tion. Entrance fee, iit: centin each case.A 1-------_ _____ ___ I Hay, Corn, gapes Fertilizers.

-Mr. G.r.. Reynoldtopped over --(:tpt. Paddi-on returned from North (,rand Ball in the} evening under GRAND VIEW HOTEL CITYI'OI\1': I'LOUIIIi.

in Titu-ville! lat Friday on his way to Carolina la-t Saturday, and inform u- the management of Charley llhoadJ., :; --- -

his summer home at Dayi-iille, It.I., that the report handed to hi- daughter; "". Mackenzie and E. B. ""ager.Iarhall.f TITUSVI LLE. FLA. EACOTT & Co.

from Lake ""orth.'t.. hope he may )Ii-* Katie by the Principal of the Salem ) the });1y-r./B. U. WilMI. ,

give: Titu villc a longer visit when he returns Academyhow- that her percentage in I *( -- .rJ'.S\'II.I.I:. 1'i.l..

next fall. class and privatetudie. was as near perfect Judge of the Regatta; -:H. II. (Ray: :-:. Tie most centrally locatol: Hotel in City. TIN & SHEET-Y R ON \WORKERS,

-Mr. G. 15. Humph has placed a large as is po- ible, her average; !standing F. Traviand J. !II. Ho.'an.Treaurer ; -0NE11' :

refrigerator in leis -tore to keep butter, h'in1.1 of a po-:"ible 4.5.;:; We publiha I -W. )L IJrown.
HOUSI: riitsT-cL.\s: :> ixKVEKY 'I;HTTKItlMi. IHMIF1MJ()( ,
-ketch of the exercises of
: opening .
chee-e and other peri-liable product nDi\TT.\ ARllAXoT..MiX T"; 1U->1'KT. !I
from the hot weather. This make it thi.; academy thi. week a* there were The race wi1111CaiJ'll 1 over the regular j. lirrlUrr rrfarIrrr' ;' "]' fin
Open all the year rouml. Table l'nurpa ]:
I quite pleasant for customer: buy such :several young ladlefrom Indian River Titu-ville cour-e, two round- making aditance etl. Hath lloom: Free. irr.BalyanlzeiWcrHReiainmofiilltafc.J .

I articles when kept upon ice. attending the Salem Academy. of l:{ mile-. ;
i I llatfs., !5i"l.'JO X sj.0 "('.' nay. \ s.
-) John Einig, of the \\ellknownfirm Someone a-ked n- where the town The ruleof! tiling and time allowance

of S. B. Hubbard & Co., of Jacksonville pump i-, and one of our -tafF-tales: thatit I will be in accordance with that of the -rr.ciAL ITEl'Jr. WELK.

habeen sending a few (day of is at Mr. Sam BelcherFrom four I Boston: Yacht Club. J. A. MILLEll, Proprietor. i ii Location : il.ST.: ., iirur Kiirr.44

the pa-t week on Indian River, at Mim-, a.m. until eleven p.in..mIr. B.'s pump iset i- Yacht- will In cla--ed as follow, :

and Titusville. Our flier received a in motion by -ome of our town. boats mea-urins '_':* feet and upward BOBBINS & GRAHAM

call from ]him on Monday morning. people, and the ;gallons of water pumped con-titute the Firt'laseats mea-ur ,

up during the week mu-t be something Ing IS feet up to :2) feet constitute the .
Eacott & Co. have just completed !
enormou The pump mu-t. indeed, be :-ccoIHIC1a: -*. The} time of race !i.; limited -
large jobs of roof tinning, comprising the
one of very good and trongcontructiouor to four hour Should<< the race be ESTATE"BROKERS
entire roof of the new hotel and the \cranda REAL & LOAN AGENTS.
it would have been unable to l hear the declared off on the time limit, it will K
on the ea-t side ; the large; roof on]
heavy strain it ere thiMessrs. -. called the next dav.PUIZIS..
very upon .. .
)Ir. Brady's new store, and the annex .., .
I -: : Cha*. D. Sweet and :-:. F. -
on Mesrs. Oliver and Budge's build
Gray returned from a trip to the Hou-e

of Refuge and ocean beach at IVppeHaulover I First Prize........................... :?100.00.' (

-Mr. A. F. S. William- returned from Monday night, they having Second Pri/e........................ .">O.HJ( Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to 24 per cent.
with hisick wife I
on Monday.
Sunday investigating the I
spent practicability F:<'o NI> CLA-: Choice lot in irrowinir Town"in invrt. 1"T'
Mr*. Williams wa taken suddenly ill : rapidly nd \
while on a visit there. Mr. Williams of opening an inlet at or near Pepper First Prize........................... $nUOJ( cent. in twelve month:

started down lat Saturday, but could Haulover. They expre-,the opinionthat Second, Prize......................... :'X0<). Ieulenee! lotin: Titu-ville: from S2O) up to SUM ).

the inlet can be opened and be made Ito j THIRD CLAS... Bl1inf'lot: from ?-J">n) to W.'it"1.!
until the
not return steamer
came up on
remain open for several month If I Fir-t Prize........................... ,-1+1.01.

Monday.TaAssc thii ithe ca-l', the flow of ocean. water I II Second Prize......................... 21).110, Agents for Florida Southern Railway Lands.
*'*or Sanders was in town on would '
undoubtedly, kill the
I I prt'ent'Igrowth i iI Entrance fee in First Class, :$10 ;
Monday. He has about completed his of gra-* which i is obstructing the I Ii
work for tin year. Under the new law, I i! navigation of Banana creek. Second ('las-t, G ; Third Cla$4.. Six More than :;.()Oo.()()() .\f'r'of: Choice Lan*. located in nearly ""vt-rv

all real estate property not returned by 1 i entries are requisite to fill each cla- county in the State suitable for F3r1nin Jrazinjr; ; Fruit ant} -gttaole- )
-There will be a Fih Fry at Hardeej All entries should be made by letter or Growing and Cedar] Acnami
the owner will be a-se--ed as unknown. lll'. Cyjire*:* Timber price SI PIT
j' ville, Indian River, to-morrow, Friday, person to Mr. G. F. Ensey at Tilu-villc upward. .
Take notice and
govern yourselves ac- ; given by Capt. R. A. Hardee to welcome'I Measurements will be taken by the Regatta -
cordingly. !i P. O. Box L ol) Titu'ilh., Florida.A. .
I the return of his niece the Iii'5(,- Flora t Committee on the 3rd. July.

-Mr. C. J. Hector, the Melbourne and Emma Hardee from -chool. Friend
i i* The start will be made flying, with

merchant, hasent to the STart oflice the j i I and acquaintances from Titu-ville and. : a lapse of ten minutes for yachts in each A. STEWART, GEO. M. BOBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM.

largest pine-apple we have seen this season i i'j vicinity are most cordially invited to be class to cro-s; the line before being bandit Clerk) Circuit Court. .Ally at Law. 31 1. 11'>>
weighing nine and a half pound present and take part in the festivitie t 1 capped. The yachts in the Third Class

It i* the Porto Rico variety: and a beauty. i i j There will be dancing: in the evening in I will cross the line first, followed bj \. BREVARD ABSTRACT OF TITLE COMPANY.Complete .
( "
It much admired those who
wa by aw j the new store building, with mu-ic fur- a!j yacht* in the Second Claand: afterward -
it. Accept our thank, Mr. Hector. I ni-hed the Cocoa band. The '
j by steamer 1 by the Fir=t Cla-s. Abstracts of Title fiirnislietl to all lamN In IIrard <-

The testimony in the homestead pro- I' Rockledge will carry excur-5oni-t to the Diagrams; of the course will( be furnihed \' count) I'loriila.

test between Louis K. Smith and Carl C. ''. picnic and back from Titu-,'ille. at i' to each yacht entering the race.

Curti occupied la-t Friday, Saturday, i' single fares. j Any other information will be cheerfully Titles Examined and Perfected.Box .

and Monday of this week. Curio-ity in Up to this morning the artc-ian well given upon application to any 23O, Titusville, Fla.

this case ha* caused the people to look .. i i5 down 103 feet in the ground, with ': member of the Ilegatia Committee.

forward for the deci-ion fit the I*. S. flow of water
containing and-ulphur. { -CALLuTHE-ATTENTION
l.nnd office at Gainesville as to whichparty |I.A strata of rock was reached at thi-: S.F. GRAY. I

\l is entitled to the land<< under the I -
I depth so hard that drilling i- now rc* rt- I df the people of Indian River to ourlock of (Jo'4l-.

maw I, ed to instead of driving. Many think Watch Maker and Jeweller. which we are offering at very do-c margin.We .
-It will be of interest to our yachting f that after pa-sing through thi- roek there shop at J.->Ln'1. Dlxot,'> Drug Store T1tI1"ine, na i i make :specialty of

men to learn that )lr. "-. S. M. Pink- I 1 will be a flow of fresh \\"nter.bout ALL WORK WAKKAX1EU.:

ham, of St. Augustine, ha purchasedthe !111 o'clock last night it waoberved thata : Flour
---- ----- --- Groceries Grain and
i. yacht Chee-Maun from her Palatka treat many of our town-men were :N.ALMAN 'S ,

owner, and that the :Marion F., of St. stealthily wending their way to this well 'k of

Augustine, sailed by Capt. Alex. Iwanoski I. with bucket, and it wa- with surpri-ing NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY : On which we will: give -pedal induivincnt. Vie carry a larirt'M

captured the first prize at the recent alacrity that they replenished bucket I AND ETC,
regatta at Charleton, heating every !! after bucket for the purpose indulging ;
For and address Which we are offering! low figure Those needing !-lu':* will fi"1 I.t -
term sample copies ;
yacht in the race brought to that city. in a salt and sulphur bath, the like of I their interest to give u, a call a* we are sellinghg's very low.We .

St. Augustine certainly hold* the palm which has never before been known in i CHAS. H. NAt MAN, i will be pleased to quote prices at any time.

just now. 1 I the history: of Titu-ville. Haulover P. 0.. Crevard county, Fla. E. I,. :aa.ADY: d:) :aRO.g .