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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 28, 1888
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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VOL. IX. TITUSVILLE, FLA., THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1888. XO. 10.


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nUl;'".'IlU'S Ir'LTLIRll:. "canal, and said company having !select- [ the grant let sufficient amount be ;, City Point. i St. I.ucic Items.Mr .

-' "ed the following lands. : reserved to be deeded to them upon the I Charley Maddox, of Atlanta, i is attending I *. J. )[. Paine has returned after a:
1'0-
OlJdtrl's th nt.: Retard our The land arc then described, and we completion! of their work. It i is, however i j to the wants of his grove. pleasant sojourn to Titusville, where she

Grxl 'N'd. I find they were not selected in the vicinity our duty to insi-t i a* citizens of 1:, We have warm weather, excellent : ha* ('l'U"bitin her daughter Mr*.
'tJ1lfinlrf.0111
( is nothing new under the sun," of the northern terminus where the : IJrevsrd county, that a portion of the health, and refreshing and pleasant. Minor Jones and Tom, who ha been

"There i M certainly nothing new in the I canal is paid to he completed (?), but : State land be thrown open to cah pur- showers.Miss I "bachin it during her abewe, i is again
there some of it )lies in IJrevard I cliJirC at dollar
county, fullyone one per acre. wearing his accustomed genial smile.Mrs. .
above set forth. They are well i E'eion: a cousin of Mrs. Usher I
facts hundred miles from its northern ter- : It i i.; an outrage; that when brought in I j
of our citizens. Too i ; Suan Hu"clliII shortly improve
to many I left with the family for her usual summer !
known minu*. I.is i true t/iiie work was done in contact with men of mean, energy and j
well known. I have made no discovery. : I trip to Highlands, N. C. the property where she at present
the river and confess that thereare
Hillsborough mut
Mosquito; enterprise we !
old theme for resides and alo
I pimply bring up an n'-I Mr. Hank, of Atlanta, Georgia i is contemplates tlio! .
Lagoon, and the Ilaulover canal was !j no I lands for sale in bodies to stilt i
the Matador in the : {' erection of a commodious residence at
not a* '
riew. | partially cut ; but ak any boatman if it 'I their object in this county, and that, I doing extensive clearing on his recent
red banner at the maddened j Capron jut below the
the I present: one.
waves IX Hatter.Dr. .
who purchase joining
is or it have interest of I ,
ever was complete ; was ever ofI notwithstanding we the :
hull to further incense it. J, I I :She has some beautiful hotel sites, ant!
the regulation width ((10<; feet) and t IJrevard at heart, are compelled to refer Holmes and family have left for a
be it from me good reader to wave I would not be surprised, ere long, to co
Far I depth (G feet) ? Can any steamer, Ilraw-I them to the main office of the Florida. trip to their old home ; but Mrs. Holmes
mammoth hotel sanitarium
friends a ,
of our Republican are or something -
it as m Mine l ing four feet of water, pass through the I Southern, who gram sell them half-a-mil- !says she would not go for pleasure.L. .
to ware the shirt all bloody. It is I of the kind towering above the
wont I lion acres if they want it in CKceola IJ. Deuriison, of Ohio, is no longerto I
from no desire to either madden or mortify several flowing water of the beautiful Indian

feelings. I array the fact, for j I county.It I IHJ a non-resident. The Pennison i River. Quite a number of other improvements
your I t deeds ; they may have deeds all the way i behoove our citizens to bestir themselves hires, have sold half their land to Louis of minor
idle motive and I can hay honestly importance, are on
no forno desire for personal gain, save that south as far us Jupiter. Perhaps their in thimatter.. The coming win- Ord, of Montreal, Canada, who will at I the tapir, and will be pushed to completion

which individual receivesfrom modesty prevents them from recordingsuch ter will l be an important one in the history once build a residence! preparatory to this season.

gain every deeds if they are already secured.It of Florida. The Indian river living here summer and winter. I
any measure which benefits the I Mrs. Susan Russell ,'bitedr:1.. Has
community. It is my sole desire at ( is rumored they have deed to landsas country, like "good wine, needs no bush." City Point items, as a general thing, a short time since for the purpose! of delivering
far south as Indian River Inlet.) Thc hom- eker and will in for which
capitalist come are scarce your paper, we
when lecture
this apportune moment n new era a her purpose! being to
As !soon as they secured the deed recorded but have land to have ourselves blame. We believe
1m dawned for Florida, when the eyes of among us ; we mut : to revive an interest in Sunday Schoolwork

the country are looking with favor on as above, this Canal Company, show him. Not everyone can buy a not only that items of general interest, which at present seemto have
profiting by the lesson taught by its predecessor river front. Our prairies invite capital"its and which are calculated to advertiseour
the peninsular state and thousands arc i grown weary-probably on account of
the Southern Inland Navigationand and drainage. operations have been country and its advantages
preparing to make their homes among us:; present I hot weather and mosquitoe Quite
Improvement Company, proceeded demonstrated financial and attractions should be but
as : successes.; publihed,
to point out those obstacles that rise up I nnmlicr were present, and a pleaanttime
to mortgage its land 1*, and we find that
that it is the of each section ,
prevent us from getting our 1iarcof the Every registered voter should join in duty to I \\:spent.. Mr:*. Russell i is an un-
:
for fear the State of Florida should discover -
new comers and to inquire if there i.s any that they had not dug their canal the nun elrent. An organization: shouldbe furnish them to an invaluable county ustially intelligent lady, and, though advanced -

po:"' ihle method whereby these obstacles effected, and the work begun at once. nrw l':1prr. in years, blind, and otherwise
and intended and that
( never to), fearing
can be obliterated or surmounted. That It will not do to express our views ; we Some of our home people have been I atllicted, !she seems to IKJ ever cheerful,
their deed might be cancelled for fraud
such obstacles ilo exist there can be no I I'Juc 1 must act. Ix-t the good citizens of IJre buying land for their own me, and have and retains a vivid memory. Your correspondent
in furnihing the satisfactory proof of
tion. The character of my Im'iinl.:5s' yard county rise r/i UHIW and demand of paid ;(Inn per cent as the advance of a I indulges many pleasant hour
completion in order to secure said deed,
u such that I do not hesitate to make the :State a remedy for the exiting con- few years. This looks as if there is something listening to her interesting recital of incidents -
they mortgaged the land as soon as theygot
the assertion. I know whereof speak. dition of the State lands. It can be in the land. We have some: enthuiats of by gone days in connection
it (it was too hot to hold) ; and further
Much of my time, while residing among done, and must he done, it is of paramount about the future, and strangeto with this section.
I find by reference to the 15t of
you has been devoted to examinationof tax sales, that having mortgaged the iml'urtmc-1l1un' important than :say: they are all old settlers who have Capt. James Russell returned, in the
the land records of this Such who shall be the next head of the national been watching the of the
county. land (the only Use they had for it) they progre I Goose, from Lake Worth, last: week

investigation; has familiarized me with gave it back to the State: by letting it government. Aye, of more vital interest :' county for year The orange crop, as a with \Irs. Eliza and the tire little Kn>-

the ownership of the great bulk of all !sell for taxes. I to the citizens of IJrevard than whole, is good. Some have more and ells, who had been on :protracted it

our hind!*. Thus the first installment of land soon I the reduction of the surplus or protection some le,-* than last:: year. The aggregatewill : to Mrs. Moore, Mrs. Russell's mother.
I at thentUUllt small! of oranges. For the cultivation of those be
Lng ago was surprised reverted back to the hand that gave it, I larger. They are at present "ranching" on the
of land held privateiidividu- rich praiiies lying a few mile, west of Minor
:\ by Jones south of the St.
property,
and the State of Florida, poor soul, can Our folk are thinking of, and pn'plriug -
:;..1)1.... Robbins: in his address to the I Indian river, from Salt Lake on the ,. Lucie I Iou*(', until Capt. Jim can erect
realize "how sharper than a serpent'stooth fora larger: crop ofwinter'l'6ctahll'
I the north to the head waters of the St.
held the Court-house few .
meeting at a it is to have a thankless child." I Land is being cleared, ditches cut, etc. them a cage, which he is making preparations
month in the interest of the SubTropical i Lucie on the south, will!! render us independent do
ago{ to as speedily as poible,
If this were all we would say. "no matter The last crop's yield was: good, and encouraged -
took occasion, as" many of your of oranges, mill will rival the north of the Paine property. He has hK
: al1''ell that ends well. It i i.s not a large plant. Prices were fair
'mliTs will rcmcnilior to refer to this Ki.o.iuul1l.'C'all('\' in the production of
lot clcaml l tJf his lumber
umo..t on the
ill. The dredge-boat still adorn our ill round, though in some intaiices, :: l low
mailer, :11ul'c some figures thatere j sugar; tobacco and rice.I I ground, and will! commence operations
river ; occasionally they get up steam on account of detention and decay. The

tartling. Smie indignation was exl and heave up a few tons of ..\>ter ::-111Isdl'n I have taken up considerable I'acl'Ir. unwritten freight tax i is what distracts iu a few day*. He lIas a beautiful *,ite.and .

l>n,.*td :;t the time, but it did not cryslalie. in timearrows ; but the pam, i is :\ Editor ; I hope, however, not unnecessarily confidence. '\"ithto more cooperativepolicy one which, I think, at no distant

In the rough his! figures were nor uselessly, aul feel that the day, will be valuable. I accompanied
!soon over, and we are told something is between the workers for success
something like this : length of the article may be warranted Capt. Jim iu time Goose, to Lake Worth,
broken,:uul they are waiting for it to get and development, whether in the line of
All lands owned by private individual repaired in ..Ja'k.cJI1'ilIl'l1l1n: they by the importance of the subject.WALTRK .' tranportation or of production from the and, couequently, had m opportunityof

in the l'Ounty-t.'x'C'ptiug Spanish : S. OKA HAM. taking a 'eronal observation, of oth
get up steam again, and then there is another soil, looking to the consummation of a j
grant, which are not in shape for sale- Titusville, June IS, 1SS:-'. the Jupiter and Lake Worth inlets.
short :-pa*m. This is the regular mutual interest which will :surely: work

agog hate Less than, 0,000 acres ; yet our order. In the course of time more 1 prosperity all along the line, City Point I They are both impassible now, cXl'eptwith

county covers :u, area of several mil ati.1Ildl"il'oll will be furnished. A : rUIi K-Yj;iat 1laeileetillm. will become, on account of the richness the greatest caution inl'f)' light

lion. new deed will be given ; another mortgage "I I I It would be impossible to imagine amore and adaptability of her lands and climate, draught boats, with favorable tide con-
All lands within ten miles of Indian I I sidered. I wih to remark in thii con-
IHJ executed sale of the the
; one more tax ic- delightful day than last Friday at one largest shipping points on
River are reserved for the Florida Coastline I nection that it is a cryingfthame approximating
and the down river for early vegetables. ,
(corded dredge moves on | Hardeeville. The wind blew fresh,
and Transportation Company,-that an outrage, that the people living
the river.If strong and cool from the blue Atlantic.A Judge John; P. Usher, who will be remembered -

corporation from whose beautiful features this were all. still would we submit.It fair wind up and down the river as Secretary of the Interior, upon these two beautiful and important

1 propose to brush away the dust: i i. all If the Canal Ixxlies of water cannot secure from Congress
not Companyttnift brought a number of sailboats freighted under Mr. Lincoln, has built a beautiful
and cobwebs of time awl t'l1ou, who an for their
appropriation improvement -
have its I; Sio mile
acres per why with fair women and handsome young cottage upon the land purchased last
have never stopped to consider, how rich and the more so when it is taken
let it take it and welcome. Take
anything men to enjoy the Fish Fry Picnic given year of Jno. C. Norwood and "'OJ.lI.
is its dowry how kind is its godmother, into consideration that at c'er'SSiun
; in reason. The people of IJrevardare by (':\I't. Robert Hardee in honor of the Sharpe. About four acres of the frontis
the State of Florida and its remarkable! large appropriations are made lor the
not niggardly.l Only give us a two lovely daughters of Mr. G. S. liar- being cleared of roots, stumps, dead
ability for doing little and getting improvement of the most insignificant
chance. Givcusjiist a little ; we only dee, of Ilockledge. and unsightly trees,, with an avenue and

much. ak a few thousand acres ; this much we roadway, with the ultimate design of agra streams. The people should make this
Capt. Hardee and his estimable lady
On record in the deed liooks of this have when the matter oue of prime consideration when
do need, to bandy representative s-co\'ered lawn with flowers and
had made for the
county is i a certain conveyance e'Naleant I or advance guard of a colony of every arrangement walks underneath the cooling branches casting their ballots at the approaching
comfort and of their
enjoyment numer
old. The i is the State of election for the next representative front
grantor home-seekers come along. their commodious of our native forest trees, conspicuousamong
ous guests, not only at this
district.
Florida by the Trtidccff of the Internal ; This Canal Company i is not satisfied residence, where Mrs. Hardee threw wide which are the live-oak, palm and I I IJlVALYU.

Improvement Fund. This deed with its :oS40 mile-it cannot about
conveys acres per i open her doors with such hospitalitythat magnolia, the latter predominating

87,057 acres of land to said Canal Company 1 I get more than that amount according to no one could doubt their welcome, the house and yard. The spring of excellent .Harried-- -

and recites that, whereas by a certain .! its grant-but, "dog in the manger but also along the river front beneath water and its flow toward the ,

Act of the Legislature i it was provided like," it spreads its: thousand arms like i the beautiful palms and oaks, giving a river is being made a place of interect On Tuesday, the iMth iiist., at the

AThat upon the completion of each the devii-fi4i over every foot of the State I most grateful shade, were seats and Of course everything is incomplete as First Presbyterian Church, Tituvile! ,

"section of six miles at the ftrwiwwof land within ten miles of our noble river table and every comfort for a j jolly yet, but shows the touch of a cultivatedtaste. by the Rey. John Foy, Mr. William S.

"fetich canal in accordance with such and holds back the home-seeker, the Mr. Samuel Usher: with Sing, Tancre, of Ankona, Fla., to Miss Hattie

"plans and specifications of construction capitalist and colonist, daring them to : picnic. I the Chinese cook, and a gang of hands, 5L West, of Jupiter, Fla. The wedding

''as may have been agreed upon between I'I' trespass on what they claim for their own i I I Hardeeville is !giMnl not only to groworanges will remain to prosecute the work during took place about four o'clock,and among

"the trustees of the Internal Improve- exclusive territory. pine-apple and all sorts of the absence of Mr. and Mrs. Usher and the bridal party (who came up in the

"mcnt Fund and the directors of the said'company. 'j The line of this canal gin Drevard {I Tropical fruit (and an abundance of the family idol, "Little Jack," for a few I yachts Isabel: and Foam) were Mr. lint

It s>hl1111C the duty of the county will be about lOS miles. Grant- j! watermelon), but one of the pretties months, to their former home in Lawrence Mrs. Tancre, of Ankona, the father and

"Board ;of Trustees to convey to the 1 ing them, then 8,840 acres per mile for !I places on Indian River-the very placefor KausaThe Judge had improved t mother of the bridegroom ; Mr. West, of

"Canal Company the land s, granted. every foot of their canal complete (?) a picnic. Over 15U people were pre- very much in health, and they i Hope Sound, father of the bride; and

"Aud whereas the Florida Coast-line and incomplete, and it will only take 'sent I and c'ef"boJcUJ'oyed the day immensely. expressed the wish to remain all the I Mr. and Mrs. Shubert. The wedding

"Canal and Tran.portation Company, a 1 from our territory about 400,000 acres, We were glad to see Mr. B. C. summer ; but business connected with 'I supper was provided by Host Purdey, of

"curpturatiuuurgatizetl. under the general : leaving us still over a million more than i Willard, of Cocoa, who wa. well enough the Union Pacific Railway, of which he i I the Titus House which was of a ncherchc
I to meet his friends and enjoy the I
'laws for the incorporation{ of railroads I we can possibly ue in the next genera j' many ha.. been for a long time one of its leading I character.

amid canals has furnished! tittifactoryrwy' tion. They will not make their selection 1 day. At noon the long table were i attorneys, compelled his return. All ; The happy couple started yesterday

> to the said Hoard of Trustee that however.o, it must all be rt'iot'M'ed for spread and laden with all sort of good his land not already in grove, i is being morning on their bridal tour to Jack-

"it has 'omllc.tfd in accordance with the j them to make their selection from. ''things to eat, and were enjoyed to the cleared of everything but the largest i i !onville and other places- and will probably
fullest with Indian River .
extent regular
,lerm of construction agreed upon l>e- j i They might, in their haste, make a stumps, preparatory to planting- the ; return to their plea-arit home atnkona

.t1\ 'n the Trustcesof the Internal Im- i i; mistake ; they have only had about ten appetite choicest varieties only of the orange and j .\ in about two' weeks.

"provement Fund and the Hoard of. years to do their selecting, and they re- Mr. Andrew* and Xack Dixon were I other fruit. One thousand! bud have :, Mr. and Mrs. Tancre have our best

Directors of said company twenty-six I j I'.I quire more time lest they should not : out with their splendid brass band, mll already been in*erte We miss these i iI ,m 1 wishes: for a long, happy and prosperous

"and" a quarter miles of its canal, being\I j succeed iu locating the most valuable I it added greatly to the life and enjoy-!,I excellent people very much, and hope for ,I i life.

over four section:, of six miles each of ( land in every section, aud it must ALL meat of the occainn, the music being so j i a safe return. -- -------

"bait.. canal, commencing at St. Augustine :1 be reserved, for actual settlers might go 1 good. j I I I CITY PGIXTKR. i: K\ &, .\. 31. .Meeflng.j .

and extending in a south-easterly : over the ground and pick out a good In the afternoon the young folk II,I j! A t:ll1c -oIT meeting of Indian River

"direction. '!1; parcel thus working a great injury to danced until they were tired, and everybody : Attention Tax Ia't'rs.I I fledge, No. IK, will be held SaturdayI

"And whereas the said Canal Com- | the Canal Company. What can be : left their generous host and hostess j i The books for assessing the taxes will I evening, the 30th int., at eight; o'clock

"'l'any was to have the power to select done ? Can anything be done If this ,. Captain Hardee and his wife-with be open at my office for thirty days. All S i p.m., at their hall, for the transaction of

3.8-10 acres "f land for every mile of 1! company is entitled to its grant in view grateful hearts for a happy pleasantday I persons owning property in the corporate i I business. Members will govern themselves -

"caull" completed, from any part of the 1 1of the facts set forth above, then we say, and vowing to go again to Hardeeville limits of the town of Titusville are requested -; accordinglv.By .

nwampamidoverflutvedlumdsof the State j let the State give them their deed ; or if to the next picnic. i: to make returns of the same.S. order of 11,'. M.

'of Florida lying within ten miles of its at any future time they may be entitledto STAR RCTORTER. F. GRAY Assessor. J. MEXDEL, Secretary.



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n,.." THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, JUNE 2S, 1SSS. 7

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! THE TRUE BLOODHOUND. I t1*e uildf i g,and then'had'tEe owner I Capers and'Styles, and Pearce. asd Bas- J. A. McCRORY, Atty-at-Law. J. W. FAVAX, Xotarv. p,4v,;.--. JItff

come out and look at him. comb and the blind preacher. WaddelL rr'p

A Descendant of the Deer Honndc of Old "That beast" he said, as he looked whom William Wirt made famous. Thisis

England- aract erlatlcs. I into his mouth, "is all of 20 years old. I a utilitarian age, and everybody ia in a McCRORY & SWAN r f

The true bloodhound originated from I also notice that he is spavined and weakin hurry. There was a time when men of ,
I
the old Talbot breed of Northern England. i the back." brains had leisure and Solomon says

From these deer hounds of old England : "Oh, you are mistaken sir" repliedthe that in leisure there is wisdom.-Bill -

the modem Texas bloodhound is deI I seller. "I warrant him as sound as Art in Atlanta Constitution. '110tt

scended. Of course there are other species a dollar." t

of bloodhounds viz., the Siberian "Don't attempt to jockey me!" said \,"omlerfnlIountalns in India. Biscayne Bay Real Estate .As

bloodhound, which is an immense animal the owner. "I wouldn't give you $To There are some wonderful mountainsin ".,

and too entirely ferocious to use in for him. Talk about a matchYh! the vicinity of A j mera, India. A.

the pursuit of any human being and the .. he's three shades lighter 200 pounds traveler describes them thus: "All of C'k. Itl.oJ1I

Cuban or Spanish bloodhound, which is heavier, and looks like an old cow beside these mountains seem to be metamorphic '

nearly akin to the one just named. These I my horse! You'd better make a dicker of marble and quartz and fissured sand A.G-ENCY. ,:JII:

latter were used by the Spanish coloniststo with some expressman."-Detroit Free stone. Often the crests of the hills were .:

track Indians and in later times to reclaim Press. great ledges of quartz which gleamed in i ,-

slaves but have the hot sun and looked as if they were : 311.- iJr
fugitive they
I IGNORANCE OF MEDICINE.The :I: I Miami Dado County, !Plori< hu :
ballastedwith
rarely if ever been used by any one in masses of ice. The road was } fat

the United States. They are, besides an Surest Way to Eradicate <.!ckery. this stone and the plains were covered J ,

1 entirely different breed of dogs.: Amulets and "Infallible" Rcuiedh'*. with it in broken bits which glistened fa
I
Land for sale KfecayiMf Cay. $:> and like thousand Have Valuable Fronting; t frr-il I,
The Cuban bloodhound is a combina- The first step in education is a conviction sparkled a acres
I Dade County at price ranging; from S2.:0 to S50.fK> JXT acre, for a-h and ..n t ia., --
of
tion of the deer hound, the ferocious of our ignorance. This is especiallytrue diamonds. I do not exaggerate when ....

mastiff and the Russian (or Siberian) in medicine. So long as men had a I say that at one time for a goad many i )II

greyhound They thus unite the unerring perfect faith in charms there was no ue miles, the eye was pained by the spark : Splendid Sites for Hotels and Winter Residences, Overlooking the Bay and Oceaa, ; !i1P'

scent of the deer hound the savage to teach them hygiene. Of what use ling of these quartz or micacious stone. :

bloodthirstiness of the mastiff and the : was chemistry when alchemy was in We entered these mountains and found a ....

fleetness of the greyhound. They will general favor? A distiug"UbhCtiuedical most wonderful formation. As far aa ; l li ?a

track a fugitive, and, having "bayed" t writer said years ago that the only wayto my glass would enable me to see the hills i

him will tear him in piece eradicate quackery permanently was rising revel hundred feet, were a mass Government Lands Surveyed and Located for Settlers. lJ J

Far different from this terrible animal by teaching physiology and anatomy in of granite here broken piled up, and ,

is the genuine Texas bloodhound. The the schools because quackery was not there in huge natural mosses, and all ( ......

name "blood" hound is. in fact in a cer- founded on the shrewdness: of its professors water: worn as if a mighty torrent had I J

tain sense, a misnomer. The Texas but the ignorance of its victims. tumbled over them for countless millionsof i Il'lt

hound is not a savage animal save when Yet it is surprising how much of that years."Chicago UeralJ.A t .---."

wounded or when resii-tance is made. old time i ignorance which made witch- Taxes paid foe non-n.uU-nt, title inv*tisiu..l and .iMnu-t. fumi ht.t ,.n-h...rtcf :" ." ., f

They are true descendants of the splen- craft possible and profitable yet ex- Crop of Stones. any land in Dade county, awe have

did animals which made such royal port ists. Dr. Fordyce Barker, while at- Did you ever hear of a "crap" of ; J itt
I
for the Norman kings and nobles. Gentle tending Mr. Conkling, was constantly ; stones? I employed an old black man t :t.
and : when I first came here to gather up the Abstract of Titles of the Public Recordsof i
patient untiring magnificent in annoyed by worthy people who wanted Complete ""
stones- heads, as they are
strength they are at once the patricians him to try some ridiculous nostrum on "rugger IIr
i
of their race and the favorites of their his distinguished patient. They were of called by some-and pile thpm up in the

masters. The cruel admixture of blood exactly the same class as that very respectable fence cornets. I paid hii! well for I the County and keep forted from day to day. PeedMort;;n}; and othrr inotr'. r; .II!W'

was glad to get them out of my way, emof writing carefully drawn up by U- and aeknowletlments taken Ixrforr 11- wh.n
which gives the Cuban hound his devil gentleman who carries about a ,
I I and thought this was the end of it. But desired. C'allun or address* by letter for any information cuneeming; laud "n Hi-'
ish hatred of a fleeing foe is, happily, small potato or an onion in his pocket toward .
absent from the physical development of off rheumatism. He does not believe (1!I the old man turned the silver in his l'ayne Hay or in the county : ....
hands twisted his and said
our American hounds. Indeed public in signs, nor omens nor isms; but hat he
1: should like the job of gathering the nexti :3 IMeCrory; *fc Eynll. t
opinion would not for a moment toleratethe how does he differ from the poor darky
i a
i Sure each about
use of the Cuban hound in pursuit of who carries about a rabbit foot in his "crap. enough year :od'!

criminals even of the most desperate I pocket to shield him from the evil eye? the same number of stones insist on for the Season. "
Opened |!P
coming to the surface. The old black THE SLOOP AGNES.
character. The object to be attained by j He smiles deprecatingly but carries the

the use of bloodhounds is not the deathor : potato and assures you confidentially man has gathered his fourth "crap" of tl-T'\ man who N interested in his own 'j .-..

mangling of the man pursued, but his i that however it may be in his particular stones; believes for me and on Meridian do all the hill. He 1 I welfare will be plea-l'cl to know that i CAPTAINJOHN t'0/1111I1111'.1 Mr'I.E.AN.hv
firmly so numerous -
capture and the hound is, therefore, : case it has worked wonders. The -.
GIBSON Makes Indian
1 regular trip Ilivi-r ,
:1 negroes here, that they grow up out of ANDREW i i on
(fP called into requisition not on account of miserable wretch who killed an inoffensive '
I SHE UtUIKS A FULL ,
" I :. the the else. We Sl''I'LHi" n
his powers of destruction but becausehis Chinaman the other day "for ground same as anything Keep- the tine-t oyster to be found in .
know however that it is the (
washing ; Groceries Goods
unerring instinct will guide him i! fun" was more anxious to keep an amulet Dry
and the down of the earth I 'l'lh.'ille,
straight and true on the path the culprit ,I he had in his pocket than his liberty, away settling : Caulked ( oo N.
has taken even though twenty-four i and he reasoned about as well as the that lays the stones bare and beside i iI AND SEIIVEO IX STYLE TO SUIT I'ATUOXS.

hours may have elapsed and rains have i I man who carries a potato in his pocket, I that the pick and spade bring some to I -.)- Hats, Boots and Shoes, -.4"

: fallen and winds have blown to render : but not a particle of the knowledge of the surface that otherwise might. not beseen.Lippincott's Plain and Fancy Cake made to order. I.'idie*' :Shoe:: in ;great: \'arietPrint- ,i.: .,. .

.1Ii the scent cold and faint and perplexing. ,, the laws of life and health in his: head. Magazine.plow new patterns at low price; >"
I These noble animals have inherited all The public discussion of the afflictions linker* 11 read alicayi on hand.

the instincts of their forefathers who of Garfield Grant. Conkling and Kaiser Old Boats Are Mended. Ala firt-elas Barber hop attached. Readymade ClolMm, Toilet ArticlesOTIO.N. :u
In making vessel water tight a great
back the and mellow echo of Frederick have done much
gave deep good by un deal is left to oakum but cracks such as :Meal at all hour-; from 5 a. m. to 11 p. m. i \ .
their bay in English glades in responseto covering a vast amount of popular ignorance ; Parties ilesirn to leave on morning mail
would be left by using too small a piece For the cash
hacks will please note this. onll'fI .
bouts and :
the notes blown by royal lips. ,, even where it was not suspected.It "
1 of lumber, never. The oakum must be --- ---- ---- 3Iaich 15,46 6m.j
--
-- -- -- I
When Cceur de Lion and his noble showed that many who were ready to T
forced in tightly to be of service. The
train the I all diseases did PIONEER COOPERAGE I II.- : :
pursued fleeing stag through cure in the body politic okl timbers replaced by new ones, the j C. M'OIT.illAIKDUKSSlMi
Sherwood's forest aisles knew know the first of disease in
they not
sunny I symptom $2.25. :
caulking; process' then begins. This is Syrup Barrels 1\""n:.:.
by the note of the hound that the antlered their own bodies. Men with their fingers 1'a
where the oakum i is used. First opening I
foe arrow stricken and bleeding.was : always on the public pulse did not know : the seambetween the planks and beams Gauged; to order. ten cents extra. ; SALOON.If () .

bayed by the faithful pack, but only where to feel for their own pulse. Men : -
: with a heavy steel tool, the workman and Repairing. I
Wheelwrighting
bayed. The panting animal did not at- : conversant with all other history knew : nest takes, a long string of oakum and you want a clean: and earsbivy,
to slake his thirst in the blood of : : i clean l barber
A-
tempt C. O. B. a- ever gave,
medicine. with a similar tool moves akng, driving
las majestic as the Cuban hound i i .J call saloon
prey u-t on me at my ,
in the oakum with live oak
a heavy lieaker
would have done, but sore and famishingas : political convulsions never were able to Honey barreland! Oval Water !! At muniin, eve, or aftertn: ,?n.
mallet until he has reached the end.
he he the buck the defensive for that first stroke of I iVoin S:,00 up.
was kept on -: account paralysis. : 111 cut and comb hair with
Then he starts over a air. and your ijratrTo
putting
until the hunters arrived and it Such men were sure they could have on little ; drives the Tanks : suit the contour of your face;
a more strength
was only when the arm of his royal or cured Mr. Conkling's disease by the : To you I'll give a "t.M..lI01amllOtl! ,
oakum in until it is hidden.
noble master had driven home the sharp steam of a hot potato. They knew that Where there completely and all kind ot COOPEI WOKK to orderT. The art ol which is known to few.: 1'a

steel bUv'e that ventured to feast on i Garfield could have been saved if apparently was not room *
they : JOIIXSOX, scissor razor' keen
1 for a thread there is a sixteenth of an : My *"harp, my
14
the rich, red current which flowed from bad been given charge of him in time
i and clean,
I I inch of packed oakum a guarantee LaG range. : Florida. : My shop a ways neat
the stricken throat of the gallant foe I though the post mortem proved that hisI 1 against leaking. This is covered with ----.- And everything: I'm sure you'll find !
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1 which had led him many a weary mile I wound was fatal from the first. The i 1 white lead on the outside Calking old To suit the taste and please: the mind.i
that day over bog and moor mountain ; number of mtuilible remedies sent to SHARPE
WM. H. .
boats the! steel instruments drive out the I And now to all whit |>atr -ni/e intt-rnl. Irj
stream and bosky thicket. Gen. Grant was legion Half of the old Just ulIl'rin.r\ fri"II.I i*, j
I old packing in long strings and by the come along : your
,
And in this of restraint consists in
power women Germany are seriously grieved
time the new oakum has been pushed in And I assure \1 will tryMy
the great, the true value of the Texas because they are not allowed to save the fully the inside of the hold resembles the REAL ESTATE AGENT very best to s.itMv. tuatt !
bloodhound. He responds faithfully to kaiser from his doctors by a remedy that ;
I'I under side of a lathed floor spread above
the inherited instincts of his race. Trainedto came down to them from their great : .
track a stag, he will follow him until I', grandmothers. :, with hair plaster just thin enough to FOR SANTA LUCIA )
drive and thick
he has bayed him and will leave tho ;i All of this proves that so far as medi- Globe through Democrat. enough to hang. ,

victim unharmed until the arrival of the cine is concerned we are in the middle : \
CITY POINT.iMitl I located in that tnlgnificent'l'ropicalForest
hunter. Trained to track man he will No is >
!i ages yet. proper provision made '! Almost a Desecration. that lies between the Indian and
do the same thing exactly. Hence as i in schools forthepre\"entiono! quackery, .
What more melancholy sight than an St. Ltieie Rivers. and i is laid off by
sheriffs do not desire the death but the sold on long time with intere-t, or
i as begins to be made for the prevention fCt't
old person so far down the hill that the !: street ixty wide into three acre
capture of criminals it will easily be 1 of intemperance by teaching the effects on the lease system, or for cash.. will be
: tumult and din of the struggle upon its : block! and smaller lots. which
seen bow far superior the Texas hound is I of alcohoL Many a graduate is not ex- i Crest H already dull upon the ear-a dear i sold reasonably: to actual settlers. '{b!& Ei

to his Cuban cousin and how much actly clear as to which side his heart is (oil: Ia\: with dim eyes and fluttering Land cleared and planted, and cared for region is winterle and fro tlt s+, and lit

better adapted to the needs of a humane on, or what it is there for. When it footv.fi I'-.all.l blunted hearing, condemned if desired ; by contract or otherni-e. ,I in the land of the cocoanut and pineapple-

and civilized people.It I comes to the spleen the colon the nerves, i i to tote: ciuwil. the slare. the manifold where all the Tropical Fruit flourish- t

may be taken as an absolute fact; | he better understands the geography of ; exigencies of a hutf'i Does it not seem Refer to E. M. Bree&e, Detroit, Mich.; ; Address with stamp,

that no fugitive need fear harm from a k j interior Africa. I desecration the of old J C. Norwood Titusville Fla. B. W. 'I
] a of solemn quiet no. ; t
Texas bloodhound if, when brought to i'' The science of medicine 'w. Dade Co.
a advances un- age. the :gentleue| that should enshrine and J. Stras'r'azetv'ell Court Hou"e, Va.; : H. BAKER WaveM, ,
stand he will remain until his ,
quiet | der difficulties the greatest of which is i I the l la.t years of a well spent life?-Mrs.I and A. Becker, Montreal, Canada, for 5::. I
captors come. If he offers resistance, popular ignorance. When we learn to FLORIDA.
i Frank Leslie in Philadelphia Times. whom I have made groves.
I .. .. I
continues his flight or wounds the hound., know how little know
we then we will --- -- -- "" I

why then the hound will do just as his I commence to advance. Then fairly educated MALABAR CIGAR FACTORY. The z

master would do under similar circumstances I men will not commence to prescribe HOFFMAN'S Strawberry : THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA.
11. "C." StarcU, lroirietor.Manufacturer I
and resort to extreme measures '! for a friend and suggest doubts as to his For the South. 1I

defend himself.Galveston Cor. Globe- !' physician before knowing anything more j of fine Havana and Domestic i Most productive. lArge. of :
:
Democrat j of the disease than of the doctor. No Cigars. Trade supplied with fine the bet quality :andUnequalled SEEDLING '

i greater boon could be bestowed on the : hand made good*. Orders promptly filled. I : CAMPBELL t
A
The Axiom Are Few. I B.
doctor than for Market. :
coming a generation thor- Factor at Malabar Fla. :2S
In his I
of his
speaking to daughter early I 1r
I oughly educated in physiology anatomy II I offer 'trou5 plants, in large and mall quantities :
--" ------ -- -- --
t struggles for an education, the late Judge j
t and hygiene. We will never be rid of : --I at reasonable prices.| Jacksonville, Fla.
Jere Black told her that in his youth he GRAY. CATLKY '.\y.\' and JAPAN MEDLEltN 4
considered the multitude of law books quacks and quackery until we stop breed- I S. ; all the finest ROf>. in good. healthy l I
ing the one and encouraging the other ': I plant : forty varieties of mVAKF OKAXGK
and of law. :
despaired learning Recover-
I.EMONLIME etc. a
TREES > I
by turning the whole
over subject of disease
ing himself he set to work manfully and I ; Watch Maker and Jeweller. II Addres-j.t t

became one of the greatest lawyers of the sorcerers, as of or old doctors.-Chicago, to a special class,Times.whether II ''I Shop at John M. Dixon* Drug Store, Titmull ITa I: ARNOLD P [ ETZ, I will Sell and Deliver at your nearest

country not, as he tells us by i I I
learningall station Firt-CIa-s t
ALL WOUK1m.XTEIJ.. '! Greenland, Dutal County, Florida.
the books contained but by learningthat i Why Orator Are Few. .. ,, \ I'I'I.mo. '
-- --- ---- ------- -- I
all right law rests on a few plain I 1: The in which live is
age we progressive PIANOS
principles. The mastery of these and the I and aggressive, but it will not produce NAT: I.\.X'S : Important to All : 1i i

ability to apply them makes the great such orators and preachers as there

lawyer to whom the world looks" as to : were forty and fifty years ago. It produces : NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY ;; nit
"who with ,
one speaks authority. : better doctors and
teachers, and I
It is so in every department of human farmers, and merchants, and mechanics, TilE IO\KCR .\(;E\(" The most: important crop in :"uth j jj OR.GANS:
knowledge. Th axioms few. j
are The 1
but not such'statesmen or pulpit orators. Fur and address Florida i is the
is in term sample copies : ; Orange: crop and every
difficulty reaching them hidden as .
Kentucky has no longer a Clay and torutted.tatrs. tb. :
bunk
they are under a vast multitude of con Breckinridge and Marshall Tennesseehas CIL.H.lL\ |I one :should endeavor to secure a :good FOR LF-S MONEY. Ialwaysguarantee than any other 11lJltrumtnt. to
_
clusions, legitimate and illegitimate, true no Gentry, or Mayuard, Johnson J be as represented. I W ill able Inn" f'a"u'' DO&to
and false. Ability to go straight to the HaskelL or Uaulover P. O., Brevard county, Fla. ;, variety of oraoe: in planting, : a :;ro''c. any honest man or woman i.n trial, jjjsatisfactory
or Mississippi no Foote
or both
first principles is the highest gift of right To do this, and such fruit have I will pay freight "JJab&.Dol
:get &* ana
Prentiss. *
Alabama no """ Hano.
Yancey. Georgiano I cash and *10 a month on a much
:r.6. :: : ;
education. A trained is most till w
memory a Toombs or Hill or Stephens, or taken premium of Suite J5 a month on an Organ p ef0WmItr7 bbtra1
valuable mental faculty if it results in Johnston, or Cobb. South Carolina no many our more than ordinary rent. inatrmimentFREE Un "> ;eaJ fur

this faculty of penetration. Without it Fair and at the New Orleans Expo terms anyone can own a full mformat'0
Calhoun or Cbeves, or Hayne. or Rut- DELMONICO HOTEL i : CATALOGUE contain.DiJ .U
the trained has little value i *. ; tOD1ur.
memory ex- Shed MUSIC tnnjlI'JUlIn
North Carolina
cept for display. Or, we might say more }ledge. uo Macon, orlangum ition, buy your trees from C. B. Ma-i i cordeoii, and in fact, every )Ificallnatrammthat benl "
or Badger. Virginia no Jefferson low price ,
in made and atry
correctly that it has no result reaching or Patrick Henry, or Madison. l'lCO.IXDLX Kl\"Lit. :FL VNe : ;cruder iSon.: llockled: Fla. :otf<> 'Iete Catalojlut'ii. I bate WWW IIleetli of
value-St. Louis Republican.A I know that the masses: of the !I ----I '.(n.Ic at 10 cent per copy. 5.'ooo'*0 boo ei O Cho'n':
people \\h-. FvrLished: Rooms, toad Table. l Music at 10 cent ir copy 5 and 2>
have advanced, and therefore there is I 5,000 Budded Trees For Sale I It Vocal and Instrumental MU.IC at 50 cat. Uj3cent

Jade of Horse I not such a contrast between them and .Terms 82 per Day. !, ;. Any piece of sheet music jgii, of 3
A city hall official who has owned a the .\ Low Trice to 50 per cent below publisher P" Stoll torpieces
there used
ceiir
i great men as to be. but it i nz*, lit
sheet music
I bay horse for the last seven years has : tHe week month. I l11'Jl. each
|I is still certain that the most notable men Special rates, by or I Catalogue.A.
in
been talking of buying another to match 1 of the day will not compare with those Ihave I !. 60,000 Nursery.Apply Jacksonville, H*.
j hum and the other day some of the boys JA11VIS, Trop'r. B. Campbell,
II mentioned We have some great I to W. H. SHARPE, IJI.I .
J,0.
:, went up to the bam and brought his ''.Ier8a but none _to, compare with The Scarcst flwse to Stentiiboat Landing. II City Point. Fla. I {Mention a this paper.JI
equine down :and hitched_ him in front of

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THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, JUNE 28 1SSS. ;1 Jt

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=REUGIOUS GLEANINGS. I The Prince of Wales has no intention 01.1 I What Am I to Do ? I

Presbyterian churches with visiting America at present, and he is annoyed I f The symptoms of Biliousness are un- TITUSYILLE BAKERYWashington
S52 at the '
I baS of rumor of his being about to do happily but too well known. They differ
ate membership 24,713. so accompanied by the Duke ot Sutherland. 'I Avenue, the Railroad
II! in difierent iiiilividuals to some extent.A near S. EL RAY
the Methodists had but I
Charles
ago Howard of
rears Milwaukee, a widely Bilious man is seldom a breakfast
one'T Jrfnee fn the state of Kansas, with I known Masonic dignitary, but in moderate I cater. Too frequently, alas he has an MRS. V. GAlLER.I I ,

TOOQ( members. Today they have four I Ices circumstances, has fallen heir to
church members 81,000000, I excellent appetite for liquids, but none -1--
and 70,000 andO left him
,
by
an aunt in
coaferen their Sunday schools. ThisCTOWtb England, from whom I for solids in the morning.; His tongue! Fi'eh Ufcml 1rlnth'tiltnl.o Picsfiiul
in be .
)scholars ran away when a boy. j jIxjrd Successor to J. C. Norwood and Co.. ;
XX "
f,3, ,( will hardly}) bear inspection at time
that certainly partakes of the I any ; / Oike* mall kind*. Cub for
b' I Salisbury, premier of England, whoI if it is not white and furred, it i is'rousrh, ;, [ nrert'.ron.; ,( fM
was "lcria .1'rui."llr
formerly a !
working j
journalists, is al- at all events- .

sicnary account in South of a society Africa of sends Christian a very j jIuteZtsting J, to ways as courteous as his position will allow The digestive !system i is wholly out ot at */i<)i't not Ire. I TITUSVILLE, FLA.Genl .

the Zulus. The newspaper men, and frequently incloses I I order and Diarrhoea or Constipation i may : GIVE HER A CALL.
organiza.
among | news to men who were formerly his oolaborers. f
favor modified necessarily to meet the needs -I l he a symptom! or the two may alternate. ---- --- --- --- --- --

ti01ii but the main features are the \' I There are often Hemorrhoids or even i i ilo
the natives, Stepniak the author of c. JHardware. : : .
ot "Underground !
The Zulu of blood. There m.1be i ,
In America. young people Russia : .s giddine: ,
as ; usually lives in London.
He is
Mme in their society in- of and often headache and 'Ichlit-ur flatulence i
tai much delight are ;, medium height, but of massive frame and I : -
the missionaries in Bible truth ': i and tenderness in the pit of the
j by deep chest. His head is large and his of !' I Itomach. and
and learn to pray and work by actual expcri-j face essentially Slavic. He has a charming typo i > To correct all this if not eflt>ct ; I

ece as do their young brethren on the other ; wife. 1 j a cure try (freen'* Auyntt Flower ; it cost: i Merchandise {

ade of the globe. : Of the eight Republicans who received I 1 but a little and thousands attest its emi! '

in Formosa the English Presbyterian votes for the presidential nomination at the I (' which! was begun in 18C5, has 5(100cs1i 'I !
aussion. Chicago convention of 1SSO, Grant, Garfield,
-ertS. and the Canadian Presbyterian, Washburne and Conkling have passed Brace I'p. I

rhJcb! bean work in the north in 1873, has The four who remain are Elaine Sherman away., Youre feeling .depressed your appe- MERCHANT. STORE. : ; s

SOW coIJ"ert.Dr.. Mackay, of Tamsui, reports Edmunds and Windom. titt.i is poor, you are bothered with headache ':
of Spanish Roman Catholic I '! Melbourne. Florida[
advent -
the I Kit Carson's old partner, Dick Wootton you are fidiretty; nervous: and gen- _
endeavoring to entice ----- -- -- --
-- -- -- -- -
who are conVert crilly-out of sorts and want to brace
crests I who among other notable deeds, once drove up.
,from these missions. 14.000 sheep 1,000 miles overland to Call ; Brace up, but not with stimulants, spring Geo. E. Chase

paring the orty-eight years of the exist- fornia, and made $40,000 by the operation, medicines.or bitters which have for their'' I

file of the foreign board of the Presbyterian ;!, and who is now 72 years old, has just had his basis very cheap whisky: and which stimulate : l'ropl so to keep

church, 4->3 millenaries, of all classes, have II j sight restored by an operatic by a Chicago you for an hour and then leave ,

been engaged: in tho missions east and westof I j surgeon, after eight years of blindness. you in wore condition than before. Ship Chandler

the Mississippi river. The foreign i board : I What you want ism aletrative that will j A First-Class Stock
.TJO,000, the free gift of the 1
!expended 'I I PLAYS AND ACTORS. purify your )blood, tart healthy action of I
beside $530,000 intrusted to it byjie
churches for educational work. liver and kidneys restore your vitality. j Hunt and Vesslc Supplies, all kind .I.It

:government Marconi a tenor, commands $850( a night and give renewed health and :-trength.j ..Intl'utllC hor!', Chains, Hlocks,

LITERARY LIGHTS. in Europe.] such: a medicine you will find in Canvas*, Galvanized Wire I ..

Kate Bitters and only"f 0 bottle Hope, all size, Tents, l'x
--- Bishop, the English actress wears a > cents a any I
)f. TbcMore Roosevelt has bn traveling silver bracelet on the left arm night and day. drug store on Indian lliver. Spruce Ladder,
Coppei Paints, sal's, 1-2 sal's, fli!'>. II 1
looking material for --- - --
Tennessee up a new Kate Castleton is to come out presently in I 1la.. -I Spar Varnish, ;:al's, 1.2 sal'>, qt5.pts. ,
work.
Ijterary a new play that bears the promising title of Oils and Leads, all kinds.F. I
Grevillo has been .* DolL" ( Pricklysh, Pook Hoot and Potassium ) GROCERIES
Mme, Henry ill nil win- A Paper 1 W PvAOi & ID'S 1JEADY MINED 1'AIXTS,
do l N the best' I BInlll;l l 1'urilier in the world for
wand unaWe to any literary work. She Gerster has given it up at last and gone I Iu tart ae>thing for Building or Sailing boats. 1

unow getting a little octt.t>r. I back to Europe, where she left her voice, in Syphilis, 1 Hlal'l1l1lltilUt.'rofllla: Old Sores, i ]

The April number: of The Cosmopolitan I the hope of finding it again. Skin Kriiptioiis, Malarial Poison, or any I Hart's Mock, UO iast Hay t.1
coiulitioii of the Svstem Powerful
nnjuirin a -
article "Midsummer Kight's
on
contains an M Greene is
Clay writing a plnfor Mrs. iCKSOXVll.:. Fiji. I
hxHl Purifier/ the P. P. P. It
Dream," with colon-d prints. McKee: llankin.: It is drama New list-only
of
a Eng- I
Mr. HerU'rt Spencer works three hours a land life and is called "The \Vidder." is incomparable and invincible.P. to den & Bites' S Southern, Music House. DRY GOODS
P. 1'. Prickly Ash, Poke Koot and Potassium : i
all his writings. His favorito iI ,
dictating
day When "The Old Homestead" is
played at is also the best j inhibit' tonic. It :
mreatioii w found in playing billiards. iI r
the New York Academy of Music Denmau never fails: to bring your system: back to a I

Emily Courtney IJaylor, the novelist, will Thompson will make his entrance riding on healthy coiulitioii when run doll by :sickI I I i

tatnuluco, much that is pwuliar to Philadel- I a load of hay iK-s> or overwork. Ihmrinm the :sprinj;; it : NOTIONS t

,jiia in her next novel. Sho is: making a I J..muscht'k is going to Jamaica and South shoiiM I be used by i-Vfrybo It will build i n I .

The elevation! of Edwin Arnold, author of I. America on a two years' engagement. The you up, rive 'Ulim appetite; and digestion, 1 1I

"Th( Lijtht of Asia," to tho rank of knighthood grand: old quetm of tho stage sighs for new ,and enable your system to stand our long I I

has! made of somewhat democratic world to COINJIICT.IloLiert anal euertating.titiumers.; Nothing: like it : n. Moils' Lailii's' .\ t'hi1cln'u:

I pier a singer who now chants tlw prai.so of i : Mantell receives fifty letters a day to aid digestion-never failing to cure the I

tin;"'" i from sill women who fall in love with him I worst ea..o'.ofdy..pep.ia..lmtmial skin oruptitnis II III I.

Tl.f): last letter written by I/iuIsa Alrott, when they MA him on the stage.; Ho never j peculiar to the Southern climate, immediately The 1)eputofiben4th.Crrt .'!n'.a-'1':11'Piano Pertl'Itet Ulul: tu Organ bit}'; I f

alter: >jK-Akin of the numberless demands ans>w,!r- their notes. I dried up by its 11"I 'rbe t U.atc. f 1:.,'" lt buy ; 'rlh' :Onlt'otPial' SHOES.A.

cmn; her, t'wlclil with tho words: l&lll I I M1 Lander known to the I e to' buy. H"iiit''ul" Record Omer.Ith4xi .
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stage as 1'or :NervousnessIVrrv's and J Dyspepsia, u-, I .'jall"" alltl O. aa" glared ill South.elu -
ever tint I time: todief Two days later herquestion Jean Davenport dramatized Hawthorne's I UouaM.iac.' 1.,7.,.
I Liver Pill.For ..- -
was nnswerwL *' u-It letter.'' Louis James -
I &: and his wife
---- -- .',W",,; .\lI, GA., Nov. lit, 1SS7.
J M ('rawford has translated the "iialedala"theej 5Iaric Wamwright:; will probably play it out ('hilland fever take LiipiuanV HuoIU for the pnnv.ssion. It's a longono.

'ir uf tho Kinlanders, into Knglioii.nnd : west next:! Sf'aSt m. Pvrat'pgo.Their.
It's liv'-ul la Mticon and rear in
:: \\III stxm pulilish the work in t, -
\olimit's Mrs. Langtryy has again rented the cottage I-
; >mvuinai.Ul! + folios tlr l wagons containing
\'<(: It is said that Ijon fellow took tlionh'tiTof which the Branch last HiisiucsProbably Iloonttng.
at
I occupied Long summer 1.. B.
4l(>,(M;)(> I'lanos and Organs Mld by iVi
Hiauatlui"; faun this JKHMII. I She will go there immediately after no one thing has caused sucha S. )[. II. since: l,70. .TS

Th. Aj.nl iminlMT of ( )utin wliich ii is the bar season's tour is ended. She contemplates general revival of trade at all the drugstore ,

fir.l I-SU.Mif r..lii!iu> twelve, and tit the new I giving: a week (.f midsummer theatricals :, on Indian liver as their giving Ar-.. '.\v i'CCL1CFtL'. ('{'rtainJ). WeareatarYfehoaw.5t. .
d .u '" i* twlv. We m.1l1'iano..aJ1.1 Uivansiaall
wtn.ti' and mma'r, Dr. J. I l. U* rmannll along: the short, beginning: at Long Branch away to their customers of so many free svnithrru Stau.. '\,' h:.\c a-U Airtiicit-rt. and tins
\ nmix* u tltr l 'uhrl' | .ll'llutun', mid is aneartiiwf J I and ending tit Atlantic City. trial bottles of lr. King'Now I Discoveryfor i .h.\'''i .tcm'-.It I" nut ill tilt' 1"I't exaeratediLx : 9I

fI f fiii rv energetic luisiiitfis euerpriso I Consumption.: Their trade simply !M\O we ever built up such: an

1I1.lwflI'I..u'd'ulhtA.'I"Ur] ) nod arti>ti ie' MiptrVNim. OUR DUMB ANIMALS. enormous in this very valuable article iii.iciiitrade? J;y enterprise, progressive CLOTHING

I from the fact that it always.; cures and business inetluxl'S and MUtare dealing. \V e

The larg.t and must inlltintial xiwipt-r I Sidney Ills., i is all agog over a three never tli"ul'l'oillts. Coughs, colds, asthma mlkt'I.tr patrons our fril'nds.0 work ,I ]

m Jai n. The Nu-lii Niehi Slmmlnin, or legged: : colt. : bronchitis, croup, and all throat and for tlu-'i take them into partnership, as it I

Itaih Tmi.-s, of Tokio has n iMmilatinu of Miss Mollie Lockhart, of Soeorro N. M., lung; diseases: rjuickly cured. You can were, divide p''oiitd and actually give them II

HUm; ) co-Hi's tlail)'. Its column s'v tucl! has a parrot that sits on its perch and sings test it before buying by getting a trial mot, an their *noneyi' forth. I

thihhiciitiivly with short stories and ja,liti- "Mollie Darling" all day long. dent's: FCROCKERY :,: (:oucls)
bottle free size si.! : bottle ,
with large Kvcry Our Tar Capital, our Si 1''t f ash our 1:f.-.time
gal "s.a\s, wry little, if any, news A Marietta, (la, cat was recently put in a warranted. exi"-!.: :i.,... O'.r t-liu-wiliH-,a.+ buyi'r-<. ....r"hole hilt,
cutter. I ill fd '..t. ,i..e't IU,'" i. i...,10":",iM<.anti tho"'ie'r
bag and carried in a buggy seven miles from .
: - ---- ------- ( i ..l. tn un the yr.'u..lll.l r. hat's a Naye h; vu.

PERSONAL GOSSIP. i iI t.i..'ine returned, and then at once turned to the loose house in from the woods.whichit t, V'v\\\\ \\\ i j /tr/ r 'n lI Fall and Winter Bargains 1 887-88 AI'O:

Tbe I had been taken. i Suinniprt'losiiur-Out Sul-\er. 'Wnrcroumirrowdtd
tmix-ror of Ilrnzil writes j
poetry.Teuny
,.
I New lu.trutaeut1inuieii.e -
4th :JMiprrb
At Union S. C., a Texas walked intoa .
*.u never smokes tie same l'IIJf\ pony inirrlr.isct beet from I'tirtori: .. I
14*. I store, went behind the counter walked up I, to a mirror and admired his reflection I Winter, I SS7- 'S. I 1HARDWARE
Km Ivulaknua trill Uxxmio coffee -
planter;; a therein, glanced contemptuously over the I QIIIA NSPYR / Not rciluooil prices and poorer instruments !

stock and departed without doing any dam \, bnttlteoune tear pm-csuivl bitirvutrnmcnts.
IsbUUI..k
mviviMl :oi .loverV on his
| eggs age or making any purchase.Scranton FL3QEJJ
LutLda Greater: val.ilur: the nsoin-y.

hens thrive on strychnine. A A M'k6 :' k) I rk --_- I Of our lowest-prii-ol In"triin:t-nt.s this is
:
Ueu SlieritLm; is building a summer house of that of CHILLS d, FIVER, '
It Nautili-let. druggist city placed a quantity specially trut-. Ti'-y! ar--- v.ist'y imp.uutl
poison in meat, which he scattered near the and 1 we are proud of them. Hanltuic.-Mriiio!
H.'t C'onkling left estate estimated to chicken bait for The hens AND
an house as a rats. fria-h bargains <:n paper, but wc'il try.
to
R orth t::'OtlOOO.
immediately ate the meat strychnine and

Herbert Sp >uC"l'r works three hours a day all, and the next diy were as lively 8.3f'ri'ktc'ts. I I r\I'I/ \v<{KKl! gas'- IO<>. rdivmltos.PI.N(1.-Larsr',tLiivutiuo.' 'iz .1 piintli., .a't seertt r s

l&in It etruugruher.H \ ulthougt. they had partaken ofjioiM. t tI 'lie. fun..h ),'ur..'Il"IIll nt..x .\\Mi.ibl: strnincntirj
\ w.iv. I'oiiipU-teoutnt- -.! "tl,t'ual.t't'i.1 tk'I', the ..ti enough; to kill u hundred rataA rlart-itl.truct ., .
intent medicine man, carries at ow tr.lut..eb. t.u/l jr.ilhfl.nid.l'lt Ship Chandlery Goods.
t o I..UU) life inMirantti.tt I :! Tzj lMAN ).-r-a'itfuirarlorfi'n: .'bt.
( )
FEW OLD PEOPLE. full ll'fh rcKowocxl c.i.M' Late,vi stylo
>L Mnple.su I nue $210,030. anti his only QiiwiHTII- tnist.. V l.\onle stile, '111'a+ mtl.i
,'lil. Outfit touij'lttc.OUU .
ae'ts I 8;
ana new scheme.to .
Uev. Jame Gore, colored, died near Gains- S5. O (:.tN.-Twit wt' IU-.il live

h.-.ilculate that tha I'Opt'i jubilee prestIIl hero, Teim., a few days ago; at the age of 1U 1 LIPPMAN'S PYRAFLJ6E i(>tatiU.!'nm>. rlaitent.l i an I t'an.ltxl'vi'.h

+tata worth 'U.uJOUOO: ( years. 13 CALLED THE fetoul. iiietructor. uiiu-.c book. azs.l alljttiikt /..*hJ.

The puke ot llui-kinghain is Mr. Dawson of Marion Ind. Chill and Fever o hat ;i<;:5 I''(:. .- rr.tr jets. I&, K r-n
&:awl contemplating began marrying Wonderful Expeller wii'liiK'I'M*. Ititifnl at+ '. \ iuit ilc .r- The.:-c will be the main features of
) visit to the United States ; in lv-: and now, at the age of 'To, has It cures the chills and fever times m> the \'tt in, able 1'arlor Or-tu. Cou.tt.ti>u ilialleujrxL! my

'4er tl'tllllt.- i lie 'JOO ju.t married his seventh wife. elves an >etiief bringing strength cu health> the Ran Ilary'iin*, (rr>i <>itf. Tbonvinih of each
actor owns suits business but orders for
fit clothes j suHerer. tfjdantl bU.ytl"illJ/I..tritJly! inure hurt i':<;an.d.An >emit me anything
and tin Of them need patching. The late Mrs. Philo L'Ovi11e:1... the oldest

1lr John PH.V U'lfeilly has set out on a I woman resident of Cleveland. She settled Immense :Stork; from \\'orld's. Rci.t kept in any store ill 'fitu&>

t&I1"IU; vo\'a-e through the Dismal there in 1M and in that year was one of the I Maker, to suit all tastes and p ',.'s. Over
Swamp.our
chief founders of the first church there. i>t>0 dilk-rent styles to <.hoos"! ironi. villoivill l e promptly filled.
nwer bOos anywhere in London llJm
Without a couple of plain clothes detectives Matilda Turner, a colored woman liv- 1.1.\Sn.-C.hJl'Su.r.I.. n.-nu t.; )Inrlin,
after )', H.lH: .
ham >latbu hek, n..ntritm sh tD
ing in Pittsburg, is 105 years old. She was
11. OU.Hn'm ttc !::;,Ilti.h P.ic.ard.
de P th .luJ.J anent 1.:1,000: for lowers born a slave on plantation in Fairfax (Prickly Ash Poke Hoot, and Potassium.) Hay tate: s 2 1 to 1. :).
for
dwell Va. She shows of her I
county, signs great
Oren entertainment he: gave Nellie i CURES Easiest Terms over heard <,:*. Frur.I:3:
r'eeutly.L'onl age, but is l.riand\ cheerful, and bids fair
Lul'ai I to last for severalears, to $10, paid monthly, will retire an Will buy Fniits Eggs Chickeas
I\.Qd spt'ut ** ,OOl) to keep a rail- I SYPHILISPrimary Elegant Inurnment. ,
from crosj 1 5 the Plate where Matthew Mrs. Hannah IIllll don, of Richmond, Me.,
Arnold Iii burjeek thinks she stands a good chance to lit a (..n- Ono i>rice to all. Tht'- f\1-;,av. TYif-* marke-l I
l1r. Secondary,and Tertiary Syphilis,Syphilitic in Main fitfiires oil 'ao'i iii"tmn.'sit aul in* ien.it:"n I
\\<"r Iltsit: has to tenarian. Her grandmother lived to be 1UO Eruptions. Scrofula and Scrofulous Eruptions trade to any.'e chan" IH irore. take TH' least i Or any Country Produce my customer
reit. lId ii llld of the gone Italy to years old, and she herself, though V. has Ulcers and Old Sores Rheumatism and This square way ii"unt very hardest working all disease of the blood nil those that have
k'l'ary Iliea in London never worn glasses, sees as well as ever, does resisted other treatment yield; steadily and surely &> ct '.) h-iii frr.i r<. Ewrythin in plain I or friends may bring

Itu: much fine sewing and is remarkably well and to the wonderful power of I'. I' P. the great print and exartly g'repro-sated Fun information
I'tobable that the given in circularI.vttiT*cari-ftilly answer- .
C1evt'lantl president: and Mn.1 M Blood Purifier. to market.
active. I
will visit I..mox this ed. 1'anie livin a thousand laUes oil'can t"iy
Rill ILl; tbt :ldrou,Lacka I| Peyton Wilkes was born in 17'Jl in Bedford ; just as well :i" if iI: -uvummh. Thrce.f, Unh3
II SCROFULA of our eutire tr.iile is d< ne 1y7J. ('orrespundenee.
A &vn of Ju. I i county, Va., and married his wife Anna
the bw tit Harlan is connected with !;J, Wilkes, who was liorn Washington; RRJE.111'I'.t 1"; ri; Ti4' ,P >; I
1tr. W at Chicago of Melville '\ Ful- la an imparity in the blood, producing Lumps or <* unstrung "i' F"" .vV'1tin'? r<> > ,
the I I county, Va., in lill; They were married in
,'
new I causing Running the Arms, .r .
chid justie Swelling frci'rtt 1.i.l : i'"' I : jy '' '' : :
The hl.ll1orar I Ir i I IS1;:. ;ami> tiled in ".Vashingtouc.unty; Ore., : Legs, or Feet for the cure of which use P. P, P., S'IU""r"'f HHIi/ : M'ttf:1"'.' -,'r.! I ILUDDEi&BATES I ask for a hare of the public -
) tlt.' Tt1t.ot LL I). will 00 cont I i in li '". i Gnvuville. Wilkes is one of the the greatest blood medicine on earth. All these patronage
rTe Wit l\'int. diseases yield\ readily: to the power of }'. P. P., I
IUVftslty of l: Albert Victor by theambridge. I p.::: "f the war of Ibli. giving new life and new strength. and come an a supplicant, not a

The I SOUTHERN MUSIC! HOUSE. SAVlHKAl.. CA.

L& (tug. or Spain is IS months old and A Spoiled Hf ;. BLOOD POISON dictator, asking for your favors.
of *- !! Omaha l\Ian-It's a mystery to n.e hew
tue u, llWOl.IlI. with prosit of a A NEW & USEFUL DIGRESSION.
iuull as the business will warrant it. 'I that dog you sold me was brought ux: lIe Cured in its worst form ; sometimes in cases with I If courteous treatmentgootl
Sir J'. 'I.i iron't eat anything but port rhou.t. .:..k I Err@IItw.her I\&tlt.'ut was in ) Pain
dg Chitty the well known English I'I md won't drink anything but I... rIt'fe'" I and given up by the physicians.In some ca ':t goods and low figures Is
boat Oxford in li>5i: captain of the Scrofuloua Ulcers broke out till the party.. as amass I have added to my stock of Watchra Clocks. I
lid him'I
t 'few'r known at either unitWithstanding : you get of corruption ; a: bottle of P F. P. wasprocured Plated Ware, Je.tlry. etc. ; A complete line 01 fnm.Ily Ir r the candidate for
i Dl'aler-I bought; Liar Cot u trura. ...iubai and the disease yielded quickly.RHEUMATISM. Medicines a tine grade of Cigars, Cigarettes lo-
;i t\ orld. bat.eo and Pipes: a collection of Fancy Goods To>*, l
tii the fact that he has thirty Notions and Florida Curiosities; a good stock ofMitiouery I public favor. ,
SlClans ,
and as many in his Uhit;, .Xr.ihf V\ i!,: Uii t -. ; rHe : and an ahgortnaent of 'audy and Confectionery -
fir tneem perol of surgeons pal .... ... ; Scissors, pocket and Uble Cutlery Hav. then I'm
J wr.v..A
China t xii > in &t the ar- I
health, manaSes to enjoy And in an Affections of the Blood P. P.P.stands lug displaced the above at Eiy New store, Washington I
..,
.\1"llt'1Mlt rl) p' ""' .11" "' alone and unrivaled and of iu
some i cures are Avenue Titus\ille, you are respectfully
hr. Char-J.es f ul '..I <>U .. ..sUJufi.,- I'u,... I really wonderful invited to call and eiamme the same to satisfy I elected.Youry .
.. a ure In Drury, the new minister of 0.. me wav of tu-i i.ii..... I If you suffer from anything like Syphilis: rro- yourself aa to price and quality, whether you buyor I
: Oth5 Ontario, was formerly a Me- '" fills,Blood Poison, Ulcer', Old Sore. Rheumafiem'por not WATCH REPAIRING A .SPECIALTY.
1.. preacher, and still exercises that caU- any disease of the blood. be cure and Latest approved Instrument and Tool, and CO:
anxious to
please,
;t-l OccLsionaJJy, i P.'atriaL la the watch and ,
Helen Barry has produced a new drama.called years' practical experience jewelry
i I P. P. P. Ash, Poke hoot and Potas-
Prickly
: bimnea I shall pare no painstaking to please a*
fJiJGarrttt: of "Held Asunder, at a Prince of Walesmatinee I slum) ia no secret medicine like the
Baltimore, bas had made patent manyon t.t articles and prices or Repairing and HOPI TO
t atn yacht Gleam I London. The heroine is an American II the market Its formula is on every bottle, KEBIT: A YALE SHARE OF YOCB PATHOSAGE.
t- eVer._, the smallest piano courted father and thus giving a guarantee of its purity and wholesomeness -
t. COl1struct&l actress who is by a I s. I. B..a
It C. C. IJn.'XXI\G.
is
'? es'rU_ 47 inches high, 47 that no other blood purifier does give. .
: and 26 incbes deep. son. The story is awkward, but the play, by

Jlalcolm Watsoni: ncaOr- vriltca.



:h [ 4 THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 13SS.


I Ij --:
THE FLORIDA STAR. Francis P.( who bears:: his name) and of away. Such prospects for getting our I! IVebh's C'ar. 1'I. A great many exhibits are g I ia :

Col. Louis I. Fleming. Our next Governor next season's crops to market, do not I JACKSONVILLE, F LA.,June 1<-', 1SSS.Editor l I,I ward to the Cincinnati Eapstion; for

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. moreover is related to Cortez, who look very flattering at present, but they I Florida Star : Florida.I MHellfrisCh, the Jacknrstt fro le
!
.
married a Fleming; also, through his may improve before fall-especially if I orange wood turner has rile
ELLIS B. WAGER Editor J mi FRIEND WAGER,-I have returned to :. obtained a lane
bliSher'l grandfather, Gen. Fatio, to Mme. de : the L. & N. take a notion in their head :I Florida to get a fresh load of exhibits.To supply of orange wood of great dive ite
I
$1.: o per .1 miuin. Stael and her mother, the distinguished to push the Kissimmee road through and that end I write to know if I shall of shape, both symmetrical and "mtesgar"

Entered at the Port Office at Titwcill'at I Mme. Xeckar. But. more than all, : it i is to be hoped they will. 1; reserve space for exhibits from Titusville : He also has his lathe in perfect'mler

Sccond'Clafi Matter. he is a descendant of Wahington fam- 'I S.M.j and a good variety and
I and Indian River. The car will go north :'l1pplof fnnicurioities ,
of which the father of his j !
ily (
country shell work
.\ So.UAnEl9oneInchln :space 21 squares Fort Pierce.A in about four weeks, and if I am to have and cameo'. fish
make u column. was the most illustrious member) and scales antI feather work,
,
: space for Titusville reserved! I would like sea beans and
l ora.1 "crtisinratesenquireoftheEtlltors of the Virginia Laniers. wedding_, somewhat of the elope- other interesting object, all
to know it at other of which
always enclosing two cent stamp. once as towns want an
ment order, occurred at this place on :I
dare heard
say no man living ever now at the depot
THE STAR is the OFFICIAL new.-paper I : the space. Be kind enough to indicate awaiting tranporatllin
last about 11 o'clock
make mention of these Thursday evening ,
Capt. Fleming to Cincinnati. Mr. II
for Ilrevard county. i what your exhibits will be. A good, nfri'chtill .non
circulation !i facts; I am sure I never did. It is doubtful i I the contracting parties being Mr. Mac- and '
The Star has! the Larsc-t fih exhibit in wide-mouthed operate throughout the ,:, :
i I i jars exp to
of any paper on the East coat of I'la.TITUSVILLE i! whether he is himself fully posted a* j Branning and Mi j..s Delia Hilliard, both : displaying these branches of Florida', .
would be a good exhibit. It ian ,.,
enigma ; ?
of Fort Drum Justice Frank Bell
V to all the branches of his genealogicaltree i having
indutries.A
teresting .
I DIRECTORY. : to that has availed ,
--I me your place not -
j the The mother i iI
performed !
for he is modest stalwart democrat ceremony.
a ,
,., TOW OfFICEBS.Vayfcr
themselves of the
}Ia (' B. Rnmpb. I who stand* on his own individual 1 of the young lady was willing, but the i if opportunity toi plan! i being tltou-cd by <" nlicspiriled .' l'Il-!
.Jerk-II. Atku.son.. )Ir.tMi..on his foot !i i i make an exhibit before thousandHow' citizen of J.tcks4>nueof ;;!
Marshal and Tax roUt-dor-T. W. Smith. : merits. But these are historical truths.Ewan I step-father, put and
'I would it do to call a meeting and appoint the State looking to the
AlIselsor-S. I' Gray.AUermenS. -- square down upon it, not with sufficient I erection n .
II. Rar. R PIM a committee? hall vi-it the fairy this the future of
for rite Senate. near an extensive ,
den, J. M Ilion. I. B. Billow impression! however, to prevent the lying : -ott on s
Town Couucil meet pecouj Thursday night of each Editor of the Florida Star: i! twain from blending themselves into i; fall and it will be a grand chance for Ti- factory at or near that place. The plan

month CHURCHES.First I' BREVARD Co., June 2 j, 1$" one. Armed with a certificate of consent !f i| tu-sville if she only embraces. Whatever a? presented to some of the luisine-, men

Presbyterian Church Tm street West of I In your last issue is a letter signed !: from the willing! mother, 5:,,tied by you do please decide at once. I E and to a number of director* of the Farmer' "
Washington venue Service every SanJav at 11 I I I Your* with i iW. ,
respect, exchange
a.m. and 7:30 p m. Sunday School 9:30 s. m. Committee nominating our old friend !i the proper authorities at Fort Drum, to : : ; contemplates the rtir.jof -
Prayer Mating every Wednesday etecins *t 7:30.Ti 1\,. S. Norwood < s. WEBB. !I a sufficient cash: capital within
..\. John Foy P.tor.11 cordially mtitej. a our Representativein avoid trouble they left the o ]II( .in;;:-tep-i -- Unspecified
MASONIC. the coming election. As an old Democrat pa in the back-ground, hied them hither .Melbourne. period, the money tl> 1 lv pthllI I

Indian River Lodee F. k A. M. meets the Fri this is a move I am glad to see inaug- and succeeded in consummating their on the installment plan and cm't'rill; *; t\tll

day J.p\"p ME>on DFL.nr prior Sec. to full moon A. A. every STEWABT month., W. 51. urated as it points to purer politics and conjugal designA ball was givenI Fine shower !lately, but no mosquitoes three or four years as may W .Wn.radvisable. ,:

better and is what is needed I to -peak of. It i is believed ay- the / ,
------ men j just now, I I the following evening in honor of the ?"

THE REP Vn LICAX XOMIXEES. in this day of rings and packed Conven- j event, which proved a most enjoyable On the barrier or peninsular side of {'HUH, that from it o It.onn! to $.II".11tM1: .

The nomination of Mr. Ilarrisou'! of I tions. Bring the candidate i before the ', occa"5ion.mong the ladies present were the riverMessrs-3IcBride, Beach Johnson, can be easily rai-etl in this manner ,ini 1
'
Indiana, on the eighth ballot, Monday, i* people and let them choose for themselves 1 the handsome bride, Miss Carleton and Webb and Hector have built comfortable the enterpri-e placed on a solid foundation -

a startler to the Republican party, especially : and not have him forced upon them by a the Misses )[etz. Quite a number of cottages. Great improvements are ex- that would insure its !'Iul.'t..IIt.v.1I11t1 f fa

in the South. Only on Saturday convention and called "nominees" and other charming young ladies were present pected to be made on that Mile this fall reasonable: doubt. I

it Was accepted in the convention, that who they must support or be called whose name we failed to obtain. and coming winter. Jacksonville fllea.I'sir'". Yt.'tI'r'I! I i

he could not be nominated, and in another traitors to the party. In former days and 1 Mr. Dan Carleton and John Henry Mr. Phillips who bought the Beach morning about .:30 o'clock a IUXM .1:

day he i is placed at the heel of the under purer politics the candidates were i encountered a huge bear about one mile place at East Melbourne is preparing to the Waycrosdepot wa- creating eouM.i I

party for its support. Doubtless he will brought directly before the people and wet of the Cantown store, when a lively put out ten acres of pineappleMr.. erable disturbance, shouting and irfth. .

receive the votes of the part generally, then the voters could take their choice conflict ensued. After the first volley Chas T. Clayton we believe intends to : ulating wildly. One of the \\tYI'r'-

but there is that lack of enthusiasm and the most popular man was elected. his: bear-hip retreated and ran up to Mr plant a lot of pines on the tract bought : oiUeertried to put an end to his di-tur I

which generally follows the selection of Now a convention often packed and Henry's house, where the pursuing partywas I II I I of Cha E. Graves;, on the East shore. Lance by arresting him. This the fit:' r I

the right man. The nomination of Harrison always swayed by certain combinations, I I : re-enforced by .Arch: and Argyle I I On account of sudden indisposition a''I vehemently resented resisting the otfim

is such a disappointment to many meets and brings their candidate before threatening him with violence, and
redoubling
i Henry. The conflict waxed hotter and number of parties who designed to go ..
Republicans that they do not mind saying the people and they must vote for him his noisineThe: noise attru
I! hotter, until bruin, after having received north last week were delayed but Miss
openly that he cannot be elected, under the penalty of being considered wounds ted the attention of Capt. Murphy.lIf the
i several agonizing doubled himself Straw-bridge, Miss McFarland, )Ir-. Gibbs
while those with more sagacity keep untrue to the party, Waycrosforce, who seeing that the
I up, turned several somersaults, and and daughters, also Mr. Beanjean antIfamily 1"1
--
their mouths closed, or, like the boy going Asa voter I second the nomination of \\'. I liceman needed 3..itaul'lhurrit'lUy
I landed himself] iu the sawgrasshere he and Mr. R. S. Smith expect to .i
through the woods on a dark night, S. Norwood and move to make it unani- m was finally brought to cover by a well- leave this week.A I went to the re-cue. (Cant. Murphyom

whistle to keep their courage up. In a ihous. lIe has worked hard for the par- directed aim from Dan Carleton' trusty Melbourne after I succeeded in pacifying the negro an-1

sketch of his life we find nothing that I ty and has always been ready to give his Winchester. person visiting an j i managed to take him to the station II..IM.
absence of two or three would i
shows ability or statesmanship. Though I time and spend his money in its interest.: years j I where he was turned over to officerBealey '
the There has
: scarcely recognize place.
he studied law in hi- earlier years, he lIe i i.. too well known in Brevard Countyto I i ItartieeiiSle.Friday and Ro-einwinger, who put him
been no particular boom but a steady
followed the profession of reporter for the need anything said in his fa\or and is last was a gala day-a day much continuous Within in the dark cell, but contrary to ru iou
growth. two
I years
Supreme Court before and after the late always ready to meet and refute anything enjoyed and long to be remembered by failed to search him. between !JJainll"I
the Episcopal church and rectory and the
war. His bravery during that war said against him. I the people of Indian Rher. Hardeeville o'clock while the police court was ill -...-
Union or Methodist church have been .
I
brought him a colonelcy, after which he To the Committee who brought. S. was the place and the occasion. was a picnic sion, Dr. Kenworthy called at the --taima
I built. Miss Strawbridge has built the
was mustered out as a brigadiergeneralin Norwood to the front as our candidate barbecue and a fish fry, given in lIOn- Idlewildc cottage and the Carleton hotel I house and desired: to t'xamiol'tbt. nun

1S75. Since that time he ha held a for the ''Hou-e" let me present the name or of lies Emma and Florence llardee. as to hi-* mental condition, nherenjom
both ornaments to the place. Mr.
|K>Mtion as l"'" S. Senator from Indianafor of J.V.. Ewan of Dude County as a suit- I The place: selected! for the festivities was great officer Kosctiwinge was directed tl take
E. P. Branch a large two story store
j-ear-. The Average man cannot fail able man for the Senate. None can deny his I in beautiful grove of oak und palmettos I I him out for the purIwseof the examma"
building, in which he keeps large and
to see the mistake the Republican party ability and fitness for the office and our i on the bank of the river, in front of the tion. The ollicer accompanied I by th-
Mr. Mc-
varied stock of goods. 1) W. i I
has made in its selection from the arrayof Sister County has heretofore asked nothing spacious doors, of the Captain's large and doctor went to the man'- tell, but up'.i u>
has built and sold the Riverside I
talented candidates it had to pick and it is but just to give her this hospitable dwelling. At an early hour Quaig opening the door the maniac rushed mt
house another store between the
large
from. This fact shows that the convention place. Fellow voters look to your primaries carriages buggies and hack rolled up Riverside and Branch's store. Another I with an open knife, attacking the officer

was managed by corrupt and unprincipled and let us send delegates to the from City Point, Cocoa and Hock Ledge = the knife each time struck a bone :wl!
sold and
building to occupied
two tory
leaders and it certainly leads the Convention instructed for Ewan and their living contents contributing to prevented any severe or serioin w /unJ
I by Fee and Hea-ly a-*a handsome store and I ,
way to an overwhelming defeat.It Norwood. swell the number. While the steam and ((1)r. Kenworthy: seeing the ohVen* .Lin!
i a residence for himself. Mr. C. J. Hcc-
is our candid opinion that the nominee Vorat.Lake sail boats from Tittisvillc and )hrritt'1:0 : ger began beating the maniac O\*r till"
I tor has erected a large store building the
for Vice-PrcMdent would have been k I :>1 a lHl i increased the number of guests head with a heavy tick that he had in hi"
Worth. the upper part of which is designed for a
better at the head of the ticket. Levi P. i from Iwo to three hunhred. Soon hand, and nuceeded in driving him
Warm and showery. hotel, a building for the Post Office, a
Morton has lead a life of successful I the young people were scat-tered back into hi-1 cell, when the door wag
ware house and long wharf. Other extensive -
business activity, and is known far and More mosquitoes; less loneliness.: along the banks participating in the pushed to and security locked.Mike .
are contemplatedon
near largely. He has filled many pro The Bessie B. left for Jacksonville pleasure fishing, boating; courting, etc. Mr. improvements Hectors ---
property.
m minent positions: and has already de- the 16th. while the elder discussed! the crops and U. D'OxoiiuSTATK Kelly's batting average is nova little

clined the Republican nomination for the Capt. M. li Spencer left for Sombrero politics. The Cocoa Concert band was over .500. This is considerably more thaa
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other in the
i Vice-Presidency, viz., in 1880. If he Light on the 2Uth. on hand discoursing sweet music, and XKUS.Work any! Manager man John Kelly League.of the LouisrilH

allows his name to run now he has lot Captain O'Neil and several "Lennon- C'apt. Hardce had wagon load of watermelons will be commenced on Tuesdayon has engaged the baseball ground at the Hot

the brilliancy which prompted him to ites" arrived from Miami the 10th. 1 of his: own raising, an excellent Springs next season, and will organize ateam
vault for the reception of the recordsof *
decline it eight years ago, and he will I variety, cut and distributed, after which a of twenty players for games there MX
Messrs. Lyman and I.aneliartarebuild- Volu-ia county. spring.
meet the fates hand in hand with Harrison. came dinner one of important featuresof
ing a wind-mill on the Cragin place. I I Some of the Southern league plajen
There within radius of two miles
are a
With a weak candidate and a the day, and !soon scattered crowd worked on the management to let the nert
platform that will not suit the workingman No mail on the 19th; said to be caused as-rmblelllIHl dispatched as delightfula of Dade City, says the /'( >('f) L'onntijDtuivrrat I privilege go by default. They wanted to t.

or those that form opinions for by steamer not getting to Jupiter in timeto repast as ever was, spread on the banksof 10,000 or 15,000 bushels. of tomatoes left free to skip out at the end of the season.
The Southern league however, 11 WJf/
I themselves the has connect. the river there of now rotting on the truck farms: ,
Republican would
party was a great variety big salaries as any other and it
arrayed against it "Cleveland and Re : The Lake Worth Sunday School is get- choice viands! more than enough for all. that cannot be utilized. This emphasizesthe folly to carry expensive teams this teams

form" on the Democratic side, and with ting up a Fourth of July picnic to the In the afternoon quite a number hied to importance of the immediate establishment without the reserve privilege.

the grand old Roman, Thurman, in the inlet to which everybody is cordially in- the Howard hall (over the Hardeeville : of the canning factory. -- ---

fight, we can distinctly see that victoryfor vited. The only requisite i ii' a full basket. store) and enjoyed themselves in dan- C. E. Hart, wife and daughter, of Or- I %O..IL'I.

Democracy in November which will I The STAR used to get here in time for cing and other amusements, while others lando, were very sick by eating toad- To All whom it May Concern.

bliake the Republican ship from stem to I Sunday reading, but lately it comes on spent the afternoon in walking and driving stools for mushroom- The serious ill- Take notice of the, that last we will, the and wudersigtExecutors te uui*1

stcrn-po I Tuesdays of the week following, insteadof : round the grounds of the new place ness of a boy who ate green cherries is of William Harlan ForwooJ. decease.

-- Saturday of the week of publication. which is just budding into existenceand reported at Orlando, but it must not be will apply to the Honorable 3ln or a

The IHstinguUIiCilof 'nct'sh'). Who is to blame, the STAR or Uncle circumstances of advantage will in supposed that there is a famine there .lone County Judge of HrevardcouM-.tugust..t.D.:
I Florida on the 9th day ot
riorltla's Xevt tiovciior. Sam's mail ? [Since the alteration of the future make it a place importance.It which drives people to devouring green 1S3S, at his office in the town <>? Titus-

From a Florida letter. I the mail schedule the STAR leaves here i It can not be justly described by any cherries and toadstools.The ville county and tate aforesaid. f.r.11

Switzerland embraces 10,000acres with : every Friday instead of Thursday: as language at my command combining as it I verdict of the coroner's jury at De- annexed letters of, administration of William! Harlaii, with IOPK-toe -

ten or twelve miles of river front, following : heretofore. Hence, no doubt, the de- doe evr;'y requisite of a place of beauty I Leon Springs, in the case of a boy George deceased.:

the margin, and running back a mileor lay.-ED.] I' peculiar to its self. Capt. Hardee the founder I McBride, who died five weeks since, wa, SAMUEL M.WM. UEIL.'JWo
Fouwoou.
less, at different points. It is situatedon The J. T. and K. ,\". Railway have is one of the first settler: on the river, that he came to his death from maltreat- S. FOl'wooo.
GRIFFIN
the east bank of the St Johns, midway I now got their line located from Jupiterto I' a I live, energetic, public-spirited gentleman ; menl at the hands of his stepfather, Aaron Executors of the last tit ill anti tee
J
between Fruit Cove and Reiniug- the head of Lake Worth, and it is said 1 having tho-e inborn qualities Clifton Clifton was arrested Thursday, meet of William Harlin for\\ooJ

ton Park, twenty mile from Jacksonville, they intend to build at once, but it is I which \\iihis estimable lady fits: |I but when the constable's back: was turned ceased.A. .

on a direct line. It was settled in the I thought that the move is simply a game I I him for the duties* of a ho t. The many j j made his escape to the woods. However, it Solicitor. 1WILLU3B.for the Executors.Application.. ltJ--

year of 177" by Gen. Francis: P. Fatio. on the part of the J. T. and K. W. to I friends of the Misses Hardee regret that is quite probable that be will soon be re- -- -

i. who received the grant from the Spanish bluff off the other parties who were goingto ..1 Miss j Florence was ill and could not en- 11 arre ted. I .

Crown for distinguiheden'ice renderedhis build I joy the fete with Miss Emma. Wishing .bJl
the
railroad across ;
on Comineicial.
put l I Leesburg It is expected To all to whom these pttol"U
Government. He was also granted I steamboats, build hotels etc., and to the..1 these charming young ladies a pleasant that the Supreme Court will render a I come ;rcctiix : 4.rediior.
in what is Nassau vacation. We are, Yours truly. \VhereaSamuel 11. l1y. 4.
10,000 acres now coun- stock of which the L'lke'orth people : decision in the Lake County seat matter .e"AdmiuUtralioii r' <*
I for
ty, which latter, on division of estates, \ had subscribed liberally. Somebodysaid BANDANA.A i'' time week. has applied to this Court 111 the Isstatt
some next Private opinion -I k &J/ff.4 '""* \ r-
went to Mrs. Sophie Fleming and Mrs. I '"yellow fever," and the parties interested 1 is that the decision will sustain the of John i::. Moore, deceased, late thereMti .

Mary Gibson. in this latter raid rushed Bad Break. I County ot Ilrevard; these are. ujs1
; < northas 1 Patent Medicine Man(to editor)-You mada [ legality of the location of the temporary JllU""t-
Gen. Fatio waaa gentleman of immense : fast as cars could take them, and no' '! a nice mess of that testimonial advertise County Seat at Bloomfield, and require i to the cite kiMlred and admonish ami creditor aU. u I tSiJ: ::
t1-
wealth, and of rare courage and accomplishments I more has been heard from them. TheJ. :: ment. t: the election to remove and locate it pernlanentlytobeorderetibptheconimission- I i ceased to be and a| par .'or7j of
Editor-How! 1*
even for the chivalrous age T..C K. W. Railway have their road. i 1: Court on or before the : '
[ Patent Medicine Man-John Smith wrote .. awl tile
; obJelttter
: Lnust H. 1S S
A. :
:1t which he lived. Dying, he left noH3iis I locatedand that is probably the !last i "Your 'Live .
Forever
Pellets'
we ; are doing me a ers only on a petition to that end signedby if any they have to the grtllt .". ai
and the American name is now extinct will hear of them-at least until the! great deal of good. Send another box;" and I' one-third of the registered voters of i! as aforesaid otherwise the I lIU"1.

I but the blood is well representedin road that is promised us now from Kis-. ;, I told Editor-I you to did give-immediately it a prominent preceding place. the the County, as provided in the general I granted as pray whereof*]. I l lave ht'TtUl"

the Fleming, 1/Kngle and Hallowes feimmee, via Forts Bassenger and Drum,, j' death notices. II laws of the State. If this should be the 1 i j officially In testimony my hand anti seal Ibii: =+

families of Jacksonville. Gen. Fatio wakes them up, and then they will drive: j Patent Medicine \.Ian-Yes: ; and the first decision, then the election ordered for I f day! of June, 1S>S. .
death notice the list that I I 1 J lit'%
on
of John
I was the maternal grandfather of Capt. I another stake or two to scare this road. I Smith.-Tid Bits. was July 17th will likely be declared otTo 10 MIN-OI: :S.: JOXES County



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THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1888. :>

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fot, I in. It was a scene never to be forgotten. ,I to collect a tax of $500 Per annum, that i ling I I convicted at Williamsport, on Monday, of
GEP1f.S YOUNG RUTJER
the license fee in Pennsylvania. The 1
MoRE [ I robbing a postotfiee in Lackawanna county.
from SATURDAY'S SESSION. I company resisted the tax, and the lower 1I. On Thursday morning he was smarted for

'iIJe CHICAGO, June 23.-In and around the court held that the legislature could not I I: the penitentiary in this city, in charge of a
auditorium HAS CONVINCED EUROPE THAT HE I
' from an early hour this morning constitutionally pass a retaliatory law. The j United States officer. When the trait was
age the scenes were those of yesterday and court reverses the decision IS NO MERE PUPPET |I
-- supreme I !: near Latrobe. King, under a plea of gettinga ;
Thursday and the day before. There were I declaring the law constitutional.
rgar I drink of water,escaped from hw custodian,
the I I
TH'"D: FJFTH same maddening crowds, the same frantic and leaped; from the train, which isms rim-
OF
RE6ULT efforts of the delegates and ticketbolders to Will Compliment Thnrmnn. And That lie Cannot be IntluencMl 1C; i i'I.
fit niug at full speed. The train wad 'topped,
CAST NEW YORK June 2.J. The HeraJd's'\.ash.
reach the tunutiles, and the same throwing Others-The English Home Defense ,
; but no traCe of King could be ton:\ f.
'rid&fi6h up of barricades of ladders and wagons, and ington correspondent says: Mr. Tburman Scare Causes the British .\IID1lr.Uy to ]I

cordons of rope in the effort to keep back has telegraphed Mr. Collins, chairman of the ;: Hottest! fay o i" the yeas' ti.
the multitude. The would St. Louis committee, that he will be ready ,j Hustle Thlng Other Foreign New J JLOXDOX '
queen's English : | BOSTON, June 25.-This his been the hottest -
and DJytW AND :M'KIM.KY: IVITIIDUAWru needs perforce be twisted and turned to find, I to receive the notification committee on the :\ June 25.-Amid all the estimates j j I day of the s-eason here. TIM thernwim'terat -*-

I lire } T)1i.ONiI.1'. .I new phrases in which to describe the opening 28th inst. It was the original intention to : both favorable and adverse, of the character i!' noon registered IU Ilt'):,.....;. Threw

Uougo I scenes of the day. I have Mr. Thurman come to Washington so I of William II. ft feeling had obtained in !i I cases of sunstroke were reported to the po-

t It was not until 10:20 that that he and Mr. Cleveland could lie notifiedat I that Frederick's death '
of which
{ quiet was Europe Emperor : lineup to noon, one resulted fa-
finally secured and Senator Warner Miller the sate time, but it has since. ; been I
would cause no important change in the pol- d j tally.
thought that it would be a compliment to
-load. ,
rjn former Gives as His Keasou Ills In- n-.atBtr nu-Tl by Mr. Est&se as the presft- I icy of the German empire. Allowing for the '
Mr. Thurman if the committee visited himself !
i- I PATRIARCHS M LIT ANT.I .
Ttrr of
i ia i t,; the day. Ey this time ;
," ?. lion for the Ohio Senator SherID .. every I instead. '! different characters of the two men, clever j I
a v ;.atr- was in his
.II Loses Several Votes In the Firth I liusliop Fellows plac'I I thinkers had pondeied over the situation and ; Third Annual Meeting of th.! < JIUiUry

I Suicide at a Funeral. I I agreed that although they would be a new j joccupint Council at Cincinnati.
[lot-Harrison Ditto-A Jt ce"i TaktD.Dt'pew'lI I lie lolled his arms, closed his and i
)ab I eyes, '
fervently for KNOXVILLE. Tenn.. June ';.).-Fl'idayaf- j on the throne, that Bismarck CINCINNATI. June 25.Cincinnati h soon
Prediction. prayed blessings the ,

dadtt ; 'OuutrY-eMt and west upon, north convention and ternoon while S. IL Hall, of Trundle's Crossroads i would continue to shape the policy of Ger- to be honored with the presence of oils of the:

}'IUD.\rs EVENING SESSION. I south-securing; equal justice to all, that Suvier county, was going to bury a J many, and it was considered that his voice ,l greatest secret military organizations in the
child. his twenty-year-old son left the funeral
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CHICAGO, June 23.-As usual, delegates was for pea world-The Patriachs Militant: of Ind.
procession and blew his brains out witha
>Un and spectators were on hand early this r,4'' .v I pistol without a word of warnin. t It is hardly to be supposed, thir: the then I pendent Order of Odd Fellows! which hold*

jnorning. The feeling of earnest anxietywas ._ .Q' ;.k'y. t crown prince rent! all the c <>r table I its annual military council in this city during -

fleathe more intense, if 1ss,ible, than hereto- U. S. Deputy Marshal Killed in Canada j prophesies of the wise men of Europe, but it 1 the week commencing Monday, July 23 ;
II LAKE VEGAN'TIC June 2o. LUCitl"F. j I The Patriarchs Militant is the
\ Que highest d.'greeof
)10 would he took malicious
: I laf seem as though;; a .
fore.Delegates I f Warren, a United States deputy marshal, | The Odd Fellowship.This .
.ing remain 1 at their various meetIng pleasure in stultifying their predictions.
Iuu'I III I was shot dead here yesterday afternoon by a branch of the order i is wu rutlvlyyoung :
i, breath father's ;
of his
and headquarters to tho last rr I I' was scarcely out : body
rooms I ;
desperado named Donald Morrison, whom hewas the degree was written liy ex-Gov-
;
;
i before he issued address that se nt a I
with efforts at combinations "rr0 ( i) an army
1 lit moment stnir' : ,0"f'' ")J ,: r v'' trying to arrest on a charge of poison- thrill of fear through Europe. If ha meantto : ernor J. C. Underwood, of Ketituck anti
and acerr.3 in which each hoped to lr l/ I the floor of tin G
; 1 r! ,. ... tag make it known once for all that he is no placed on Sovereign rant
H benefit his favorite or in some way himself. .. i Lodge at Baltimore in September, IS NKx-
red Ilt t1 \1' : 9. POINTEDr : P 1};" ;.l mere puppet to be manipulated by others,
admisMon to the Governor Underwood is lieutenant I generalof
The effort to secure convention t' he has gained his end, and his strong individuality
.
a a* was something amazing. Probablynot ''M>-; <.' l .:1 t will cause his every word and actionto the army, being the highest ortieer in com

1).Wjmd more than one out of every fifty of the I .\ ? f :{"< ,. be studied in the future by uneasy statesmen j mand. It within the power of the lieutenant : .

people who came here to attend the sessions I t. \ Jf _. F-i-ia\\ ;. : .. .' -. '. : in every party of Europe.The i general to call the council wherever he
: ..jd .. j sees tit. Buff ilo ask l for it. and backed its
", "- .. world could hardly show a greatercontrast
inside of the walls of the audito- I A railing .Irrlok: kilted Jan's : ;
have seen
da- '...1I.j. 't/ I than: that between this brilliant em- I request by a (>,(H>0 gift, but the liberal
Nevada
rium, while not one out of a hundred of the O. Queen City cams to the front with a $':,( JU

>nd Chicago people who desired to do so havo I SENATORWARNER MILLER A mule fatally iujure.1 J....eT.'i .' n.-i-t" peror modern at the times head, and of the a half-starved best discipline peasantof armyof :;, package; and woi; the thy; $ ,OUJ will be t

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been able to gain admission. peace and prosperity may be enjoyed. He Felicity given in hand prizes .
and the utterances of the
Delegates were busy during the recess yes- asked that, in this: critical hour in the proceedings Near Ironton, O., 4 M miners-.. trait on h former Tipperary are not, without yet influence : the Forty-two other pru-.M have been arrangedfor.

!I! terday afternoon trying to do something to of the convention, the supreme wis- strike for higher; wages, rack rented Irish cotter.If upon I ;

atide further the interests of their respective can dom of the Almighty be given to the con- D. M. Martin, a pioneer, di. 1 :ir O.hllrt, there should be a war, England will Some of th. subscriptions arr: Pettibone

didates.. Efforts to effect the various com- vention that the delegates may be saved 0., Friday, aged sixty-six. be involved latter and the I & Company, &VM: :M-iblev & Carew,
sooner or change!
binations were made. The auditorium was from error and prejudice, and that the can- A runaway team fatally injured Christopher > $400 banner Fechheimer i Brothers, $'iibiinuer >
that will be inevitable then in her home affairs -
and of didates be clean-handed. The eloquent divine 'I Order of Cincinnatus $i II) to the
ieSI oppressively warm, regardless appearances Reisinger at Uipley, O. must effect the poorest of her subjects. ; ::
removed their coats and concluded by repeating the Lord's prayer canton out the nnmbor in
turning
greatest
many William Deppe's little boy WHS crtubel to England will, perhaps, see the necessity then :
SIll. and there was a general response of "Amen!"' I the parade Duhme, a '5)) jmtriacli militant
vests. death by a wagon at Selina, O. of making some of the concessions: asked for ;
The convention was called to order at ::15 As he resumed his seat the band played 'I watch charm, set: III diamonds.
"America.' C. E. Ad more, of An,l-'rso1. In I., got a Ireland, and Ireland forgetting hereditarygrievances

TO p. m. by Chairman Estee. heavy doS for assaulting an editor. wouid! IM of great assistance to The local lodges and eticampm.Mits have

r t The band played a number of popular airs The balloting was then begun. The vote Sixth: : Ohio district Democrats nominated England I raised i f I r>>>, XX) for eutaining; the ;gue>ts.

:'e- and as it ceased playing, Chauncey M. Depew 'was completed at l1: A, and resulted as follows Gaylor M. Salzgaber for congress.A Without a settlement of the all important A grand triumphal tlrch111 be erected

advanced to the platform and in a graceful : Alger 135, Allison 88, Gresham, over the street in front of the aM'dllnv..'
of the tenure of land the latter
locomotive boiler exploded at Cumberland question ,
withdrew his He stated that Lincoln I, Foraker 1, Harrison U7, Blaine
speech name. Temple Fourth and louse that will surpass -
could for Ireland's aid. Thus
IC.5e 42, Sherman :6; McKinley 11 Douglass 1. Md., instantly injuring several per hardly hope a
the reason lie withdrew was the fear'that his about better of anything: of the kind ever erected ii th.. )
hel sons. war might bring a state
lI business as a railroad man might: injure the Mr. -ivinley with his namt before the things in the sister island. If one had city. The D'rbv building: SI'llthea..tm..r: 4
David White cook in any ,
interests of the party and give the victoryto fourth ballot. a restaurant: at that Fourth and Elm, will be secured as headquarters -
I Greencastle Ind. killed thunderbolt.The I twenty years ago, predicted Ireland'sstruggle
by
lyIn the The fifth Lallot was completed at H:5Cand was : for the
enemy. army.
for Home Rule would be aided
Gen. Hastings then moved an adjournment resulted as follows: Blaine 4S, Alger 142, hot weather has caused the death of Hohenzallern he would have been by'a The Patriarch's Militant ban 1, of Chicago,
Allison !r.l Harrison 2115 Gresham 87 Sherman several head of stock in the of regardedas
vicinity
until this morning. Several gentleman seconded a lunatic, but in the light of recent event of forty-nine pier's, will be present. Themembers

his motion, and it carried. A poll of 2i-1, McKinley 14. I Xenia, 0.Philip I and future possibilities this of tb>' l.t.utlare all of the military
seems probable.
Ida the New York delegation was demanded, At the conclusion of the fifth ballot, ex- Fresenius, the wealthy brewer, died I degree, and will appear in full uiitforin.

and ten of them voted for the motion to ad- Governor Foster, of Ohio, moved to adjourn I suddenly Friday at New Haven, Coa ., of The Home Defense Scare. The council consists of Held U'ld !stiff olll-

journ. As soon as the motion wa declared till 4 p. m. It was seconded by Duffield, of heart disease. LONDON, June "'.",.-Our home defense c-ers, the lowest being:: a rat tj )r.

m carried, audience, who had expected: : balloting -I Michigan, and a call of states was made to The president will attend the commencement scare is about over as a sensation, but it has The ni tin; will bo held<< during the day

m to bo resumed, shouted vigorously forT determine the question. of University of Yirginia, at Char- had the effect of stimulating: the admiraltyto and evenings: devote I tentertiinmm.' .

! "u?",,V,,t.*.J,,,*tI MIlls Every state down to Louisiana: voted to lottesville, June :j. extraordinary efforts to place our coast On the evenings of Tues-iay and We lne

10S speech was brilliant and well received I take a recess with the exception of Alabama, Walter Rail captain of the Salvation defenses and coaling stations in such a con I, day, July and -", the ran'l.ll"Ol1\tion..r

Sn until he espoused the cause: of Gresham. Delaware, Illinois, Indiana and Kentucky.The Army, was drowned while bathing: in the dition as to release our navy from guard chivalry will i-jriferre I bv Gen. Under

,.p.n Then a sir\uo of confusion: ensued, during I latter -lit and gave twenty-four againstTHE canal at Goshen, Ind. duty and render it etliciently offensive. This i '\VOOt.llltlt seem acts of "Tin Fall of tb\"lon'

. which people wildly shouted their favorites' There was an auction sale in New York, will doubtless b* effected during this sum- at the campus of the order of l'im'iri"natllaUtI -

.nn.ne names and the California delegation hoisted Friday, of 20,0( (0 boxes of lemons and tho mer and fall, for the conviction is universal Thursilay night; the comtiKt of

larje banner tearing the words, "Blaineand same amount of orange that not later than next spring Europe wiLL chivalry will bit conferre at:: the <'h'\lnb'r

JT wtion." Ingersoll then sat down pass through the ordeal of a war which Eng- of corntn-'ive. Friday night! tu! I >. il l.. le.
Mrs. Dr. Canine, of Columbus, Ind., alleges -
I' and the recitation of "Sheridan's Hide" by land will not be able to avoid, although on and ramps: entertain th, ;gn st* at tn.' highland -
that her husband leads her a cat and-
Charles R. Pope, the veteran St Louis actor, I J I II Wednesday, at a meeting of the German bou.....
C dog life, and prays for divorce.
and a short address by Mr. Fitch followed, I bundesrath, Uisutarck: remarked upon the Thursday will bs tl1 i day of the p\1'1I",

1: during which the confusion was great. Two persons were killed and one seriotnlyinjured peaceful character of the present political which will consist ot two divisions, the first
in a collision on the Pennsylvania &
t Everybody left and the great lUlU was soon I I situation, yet it is noticeable that on Friday army of the Patriarchs Militant uiuKrom
Heading railroad at Schuylkill Haven
quiet dark and empty. the Austro-Hungarian delegations voted a mall 1 of (:ens Underwood, and the second
.
, A reporter called on Col. Ingersoll at the I 1 tI I Pennsylvania.Frank war credit of 47.UM.OO:) florin*, and I that the the Sovereign: ; Grand l-nlge! other lodges enfaniptiifiits -

J hotel last night: and asked: "Were you i I i Muellar, undertaker, of Portsmouth French senate approved a credit of :t7,:OO( ,- and veteran O.ld Fellows, undereonmvitid

through: with your speech when the uproar I 0. got up in his sleep and embal'd XX) francs for artillery and, engineer service.It of ex-County Tivisnrer t'h'irh'-

broke out f""Certainly. I himself by drinking carbolic acid used or is remembered also that the ink is Milter: grand: nnr hal. The pro vs
I had said all that I intended I that purpose. He will die. scarcely dry on Russia's vouchers for a large forum on Ricv, right; resting on Fourth displaying -

v and all that I desired.. r i Mr. Lynn's family, at Indianapolis, ate Frenc'i' Into for war p Irenes, Moreover, northward. Before tile }Kirade

"Some people say that you ought: not to heartily of strawberries, and were taken she !li -If i dein.stile t o c Turkey the pay- there \\'Illlld a grand inspection and revviwbtioreJeiL

have mentioned the name of Gresham in violently ill. One child of ten years is dead, men r overdue instalments on her war L"It'rwJI.:

1 your speech." and an investigation is in order. indent .. amounting to about $;.':,ttVOUvO. I
e "That' nonsense. Tho convention hail adjourned i nut of 1t5- .je.
Two slick smooth
men calling themselves The demand was mad because Turkey was I
it was a mans! meeting and I was DELEGATES SENT UT A SHOUT. James Murray and Edward Goods are run in about to effect a war loan also! the object NEw Yom, June :;5 "" 41 .1k xaralr-

.expressly invited to speak. Of course it was the motion. When New Jersey was reach, by the Louisvilh police on suspicion of being being to prevent the loan and all effective line t If stearnshijH: ktv ,:te New York.

perfectly proper for me to tell the audience Mr. Sewell, of New Jersey, asked that the tho persons who robbed a Cincinnati tobacco annament by Turkey, which it did. Yet Havana & Mexican Jir- .; Searushij line,

whom I am for. If I had been invited to roll. be suspended and that a recess betaken firm. Friday the Mo-scow press censor ordered: editors went out of existence F i-iav, having tw-etu

address tho convention that would havebeen by acclamation Carried.: Charles: Luther an i Rose Hilling eloped I to abstain from writing alarming articleson |nuch'i u.tetl bv J un' K.VunJ & Comp.iny.

another thing. I am for Gresham and There so-ms to be a notion afloat that the from Cincinnati to Louisville, and the the European situ-ttiou. It is now generally agents for the New York & Cuba Matt "

said so. 1 always express my opinion. I full vote of delegations were recorded. This bride's father cught up with them Justin understood that puce is solely the result -tearmhip c mp.uiy. The details of ttie

paid nothing against any candidate. I sir is: not so. If delegates were not in their seats time to bestow big blessing upon them in of Russia's u'liveliness this spring, and transaction have not yet been.. m i.l" pubh.-.

ply expressed: : the hope that Gresham mightbe and their alternates had not replaced them wedded bliss.Joseph that Bismarck's prediction in his speech of i -
A MUsliiMU.!*
nominated. If any our objected to that in regular form, the vote of the delegationsthus Hersony aged twenty, of Mansfield February last that there would be no war j I IniL June. ). Thi
IOXTP
it is because he is for else." I LIER, ; neighborhood
some hotly
situate were reduced by the circumstances O., left his wife and departed for some before ISS!(1, because: Russia was not ready i!; excited over ttj"e'u lien disappearance
Ten thousand of them sweltering -
most
persons, : mentioned.Depew'ii. I land where he "could be his own boss." Lotsof was made with a full knowledge of the state I of Anna Alfrvdj-aged; iventeeii.who .
under the fierce of a bright June ;
sun, stood in proximity rays to the auditorium Prophecy.CHICAGO I Ohio benedicts would like to learn: his of Russia's! preparation I was adopted in IYSd from' the Cincinnati -

building all day. The women, with their June 23.-TheMail this! afternoon present address.J. rasteiirS Rabbit I>e troyer a Failure. I children's home by Mrs. Martha HiiU.

gay parasols and cool r nent, talked {toli says: Chiundey M. Depew has just H. Iryer, a Millersburg, Ky., furnur, LONDON, June :.:;. -The South Australian Anna was scolded Thursday by her u-.rllitn
had a slick feeling in his stomach and threwup i for accepting a buggy rid from .trnn"t.I
.
tics on the cornea Every one was in the stated that Blaiite will lie nominated this Register contains an account of some experiments ;
fever of political excitement afternoon. Mr. Depew said that the deal had a little green frog. These Kentucky people ; at Sydney with M. Pasteur's microbesof I man whom she met on the ro',,!. Snortly

with polly wo dressing are getting: painfully : after she went toward the woods, wearingan
The police, the brand-new blue-coated arms i been arranged, and would toe consummated chicken cholA number of rabbits
of the.law and insulted all without hitch. numerous. 1 old blue male dl't'H'an.l bareheaded
repelled applicants a were inoculated with the microbes on a Sat-
I Mrs. Williamson, of Gallipolis, 0. droppedan Hundreds' of people are seArching for her.
for admission to the convention hall. urday morning ami plac**i under close super- I
FREDDY AND HIS LILYTo I letter in the box
These verdant and officious otllcials unstamped fought with
very vision in isolated boxes: but on Monday the Railroad Ferry at .1'orUiuoutlu

whose commissions they held in their hands Weil Jtttt a" Soon as the Much Desired the postmistress: to get it back, and arrested rabbits had not shown the slightest traces of I I PORTSMOUTH, 0., June :;;.Council

and read at least twenty times an hour, were Divorce i.s Procured I for exercising what was only a leap year tho disease, wiuc-i, according; to M. Pasteur, I granted the Maysville & Tag Sandy railruaa

no respecter persons, Mabone of Virginia -I privilege after all I should profa.tt1. in about twentyfourhours. the for at t!
NEW YORK, June 25. -The marriage of i light a ferry u point.
was held up by a blue coat and compelled Alger Allison, Harrison, Husk, Foraker, The experiments were not regardedas !:

to establish his indentity before he Frederick Gebhardt and Mrs. Langtry will I McKinley and Sherman' are all Ohio man. I fatal Microbes; may be strengthened tI
I
could enr*>r the, sacred precfacts guarded by take place in September. They have long I The Chicago; convention: did not call in the by cultivation; but that will be a matter of tI

the new officers.Women been betrothed hut Mrs. Langtry will not aid of a botanist to find out that the Buckeye !! time. I

led by curiosity to peer in at the much before the time mentioned be legally is a sjiecimen of chestnut.G. i rAoYAi
free from her present husband. That has The Due (t' *t""*ie Mutt *.tll)'.
W. Goodfellow
portals were roughly seized by the blue coats wealthy mill owner of i
and thrust luto the street One old police been the only reason( why Gebhardt and the of Aylmer, Ont, blew his brains out after : PARIS, June 5.The government have de-

man who for many years has walked his beautiful actress have not been wedded longere his seventeen-year-old daughter had confessed j I cider that \Vliul.llle impolitic to grant the !

beat this. Her husband refused several of- petition of the French institute, and rescindthe ,,r.wC)
without even raising his baton, said to the authorities that she and her i i NPROYAltilwa
fers, made through the firm of Howe & decree" of expulsion against the Due
father had
that the brutality displayed by the new olllcers been criminally intimate for
Hummel- of a portion of her wealth if he d'Aumale. it itir_roa -
about the convention hail was an out- years.

rage that wouU lead to serious trouble if j would consent to a separation. George Carpenter, escapes New York Foreign Note ..
.
He declined all these propositions and took
continued. I' forger, was found by the detectives' in his
I The Osservatore Romano
good care that she should not have the only referring to
The big bulletin board fronting on Wabash father's home at Chillicothe O. He '
ground valid in the state of New York on was ] Premier Crispin policy as intended to force :
Avenue attracted immense crowils. It was a secreted in hidden closet with ,
a
which to obtain a divorce. He is now a hotelkeeper sliding panel the pope to leave It'lyys it will have that .
j
Gresham crowd and when the first vote of the regulation stage, mysterious medieval j 4i
at an English seaside resort, and it is i result if persevered in. .
showed the Illinois man to be second in I
choice I! five years since he and his: wife met. At variety. i* The National Zeitung announces that the t;).
a yell went that fairly paralyzed i I
up At Norwalk 0., Frank Kenmn. tramp, of the :
the i length, Mrs. Langtry, while in San Francisco j coronation emperor an I empress asking
lioomers of other candidates.
j very full of liquor, drank a glass of water and of I
When j last year, acquired real estate there i' queen Prussia will take place atKoenigsberg r.
the result of the second ballot ap- I and fell dea.L There is moral in this in i-
i anti made the city her legal residence. That a in the autumn
eared> upon the board, showing thatGrti.lraui's i i dent> somewhere, but its exact loati'vi will |
now enables her to put forward a suit for Advices received at Khartoum report the
strength had fallen off twu'ot ; I divorce, and this will to a certainty make d I"lE."nluIM'1l the party to which the monlI2 arrival in the Bahr El Ghaeel province of a
w d that lllaiiu had gained fiv \\llleh now .
tilled her a free woman in August .r belongs. white pasha with a very large force. The '
the street and made the cable! cars stop I -
Until 1 Mrs. Langtry is rich. It is believed that 1 Miss N"rHolmes, of Finllav, 0 the i besides living very expensively she has ac- in a wratrv r. hastily elop l 'n-id wu rmri i I
mighty yell, heard even in the holt As stsaas Lotdon
cumulated as much as uoOCKX). Gebhart i rigid to Wesley Hill, BrGn mini.. ''r. She i \ ,, ... in their
the demonstration IIt.au a man stuck his says |>ossesion -
head out frum the", unfinished; portion of the ; draws an income of $'\OOO a year from his 1 immediate': started with J. \\.J.lt'- to Salt they place 110 reliance ua i >aiiaiitre

i deceased' father's estate. Lake City, having: unreconciled parents an II'
building; and yelled: What's the matter I I: p >rts concerning the Stanley ::exiitioa.:
all her wardrobe behind.:
with Jimmy Ulaiuef Then the crowd broke Important Insurance Decision.iNMiXAroua ': )[:-. Gladstone will make a test of theLUeralstrength -

forth for the The fact that A. L. Scott, postmaster of':, agiin again, and tb j cheering mu ., June 25.-The supreme Otl
Plumed Kut-ut was renewed and lasted for &>urt has decided a very import. Gu ar, In,!.. paid the" government mor.ev, crimes act, oil Mr. Morley's resolution, declaring
113, whi'> tic appropriated, right hick into
fully tine minutes. that the operation and administration -
ant ca Th.> umuiuuivtnent of the third ballot taliat 'la-uivuuv Law" of l'';. L"n-ijr! 1. Uncle Sanj's tnvjs-iry bv settling his taxes of the crimes act would undermine Absolutely Pure.

shuttug UreJiim and with it drvsn't save him from being bound respect for the maw estrange the minds of
; a gain for Alger, the: law ;ouupauy cuuld o;ier:te in tui' "
over in the sum ofS'.Q") for further This powder!' order manes A ma-; <-r I in--
exp'anation. <
tlaiii" the and
of
Ireland
the ant :: people deeply injure the
s.tt crowd crazy again, everybody tate ex' apt upon the conditions i>1.e..r; ed strength and *llOl*.''Ui.-nrtja ilt.rrt "l.'Il.thau a
howled for his favorite It was a oniarkuble itth tate iu which it'a.... chartered.Six common interests of the united kingdom. It th- onlinarjr kimK alaI cannot: I.- .(/:.1 .

ns wrll a:: a chaotic t\tVii.Mei years ego the In>urauce Company: of'ortb The AYeather.WASHINGTON is regarded as a gorernment crisis. : 'OIl1J't"ttlnutb: U: multitude of low It-It.1: ,"
threw I weight, ilr.m nr holpht" ]>o.ilerft. Sott < i," '
their hat in the air and yeLed like demons. '
:\ America, incorporated in Pennsylva- June :;>). indications Took (irettt Chance i incur*. loa! Bating I'ovrUrr ('O. lUPi U-al.:
Some of Uu elder ones embraced, i nia business heret and it was sought 1 -
liega'i York
aud two or three small! fights wen e.-ijagel 1 Light to fresh southwesterly winds; station 1'1TTs KGv Jun3W'. Fv Kin; wa- New

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KJ 6 THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1SSS.

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A MOOD.A ore 1hat one can hardly beUeve that it i! CARDS. Passenger Department. i :XOTIC'K.

has not been plucked from a flower bed |, ............. .
bl! ht. a gloom. I know not what his: er. pt In pursuance of notice Irithrrto
instead of being a production of art. The \ .\. GIXGR.\S rfrw-
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upon my jla 1 lDess- I L. DeBAR & PEOPLE'S LINE and under an order m the [Ion. Min -
8>me ta?ue. trnioteancestral'oucb of hf.m'Vor petals of the tulip slowly unfold, opening : Jones, County Judge ..f Hrevan ., x \\,.
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after the other until the tUUUh.
or of madness. one flower : will, on the=.d day f ... ilrff '
July 1o.;
A fear that Is not fear a pain that MOO u',t pun's i full blown. Within it stands a wee Af Y-AT-LA AND ROTARY PUBLIC. : before H. :11
Insistence STEAlIEB.S..iY': : public!: outcry, the (Court I1.IU"'t'de.r
; church with belfry the outside of ;
on Hock Ledge Florida. in in '
Tituville aid
I A fcen*P of longing or of loss, in some foregone g'I 1 I county U-tw< B th'
I which is a small dial plate where the t' aliltlur, of sale to the JJdI'
k A subtle hurt that nevei pen has writ nr
has spoken- i are so very small that placed next to LL r 1 the t..tltt..f _\. J. Pact-, lateof saiJcounu
Such hurt perchance as Nature feels when a LAOS them the finest needle : +
seems monstrous. : ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, lectaed, to pay the debt+ of d -eY;
KOTi B Aldrich in In>pendect. Tituville Florida. ld
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the church slowly revolves on its \I! the right; title an.l inters "| ail -It

axis when the rear comes to view, exposing & WILLIAMS deteaed In and to five arn in the <
:''nullwest -
Maclo of ftla JONES
Cloth '
the works to the sight. Then the corner of fractional' lot 2, rtioQN

)[. Dubus Bonnet, of Lille, France, petals of the tulip fold together again, Citof L ,Jacksonville-, township :- ol range :W east, kiTi; I

has invented a process of Ipinning and the shells of the egg rejoin, and for an- : .iUornc'jsatL.aw.Titusville. CAPTAIN ".. A. SHAW. in IJrevard ('lInnt-.. State of Florida. : Itd

weaving glass into cloth. The warp ia other hour the whole seems to the uninitiated -I Florida. J.F.. I.P.UWMAX:

composed of silk, forming the body cf beholder nothing but a common : Daily Jacksonville except Saturday. >ht! l'ritr and! Ex- )tIeio .lminitrat".' J1 3

the groundwork, on which the patternin egg.-New Orleans Times-Democrat. GEO.1. ROBBING, Thi-Jlt of May. l>sx :; .
glass appears a3 effected by the weft. 1=-1. B. Plant, --- trs

The requisite flexibi ity of glass thread PRESERVING FOOD IN CANS. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW ; i.sTiu\s MM:.
'APT. I. C. HALL ( S
for manufacturing i is to be Notice i is '
purposes 'Cart TITUSVILLE FLA. hereby given that under ami! |Iv ,
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ascribed its fineness not Proportion of the Industry-TheHousekeeper' .
to extreme as -- virtue of a final .iterme.ii! ale and lorw-I.-
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Daily Sunday.
less than fifty to sixty of the original: Iloon. A M. THRASHER"ATTORNEYATLAW, except tire rendered by the 1I11llurahlt" John [) a

threads (spun by steam engine power) An industry in this country which has I''! ,, linHitue..: Judge of the ,'i l'uit.t'uurt for the

are required to form one thread of th* grown to enormous proportions is that of .! i ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER.May :I >eventh Judicial cin-uit of the Sta' m.t n

weft. preserving food products by canning and : I'. O. Box :2!,tI. SVNFORP,,FLA. ; Florida on May nh .\. I >. !>>s, in a term t tail>

The process is slow, for no more than a bottling. In ISO M. A p pert, a distinguished Will practice in all the counties! of the hetenth Schedrle.-- 21. 1i'7.morTU. tin cause: in chancery therein |
yard of cloth can be produced in twelve French chemist found that organic :!!: Circuit and Supreme Court. 3 LASI>IN'.,,. >OETH.Arm ; thfcin-uit court for Krexanl county an.! p:.
hours. The work, however is extremely substances remained fresh an indefinite :i --------- r I u.n.-. *-. I for the circuit aforesaid, wherein I.. I....h. I cr.

beautiful and comparatively cheap. A time by being kept from contact : R B. BURCHFIELI, 'I'II. ;i:.Op in Jick.onvjlle "::.0.. m. ': man i i.* complainant ami Hi.fvell Titn-; i i.. ale
I i 7Wpnj'J.fio: Tl'Coi Leave.l..Uiaiu
French paper commenting on this discovery with the air. Comparatively little use I : p iii I'alatkjU : i, defendant. I a- master in chancery will sell
made of this invention for .. for cash to the highest bidder )!, .
saysVhen >: was many COUNTY SURVEYOR. |: 9p p 1.1 llrstn 11 -tup inlo.iopm >n >n latlie \ err
"\ ; we figure to ourselves an apart- years except by sailors. About the year l.uu p iii WeUkaGeorgetown ; 'Jml .liy; of .J nl\ tin *amt U-iiigthe f\-;

ment decorated with cloth of glass, and 18o3.; however, a small local trade sprang : Orders by mail will receive n* prompt | 12 l--.S:(.) am.ID d t. Volua i 7>:10pm-13 pm7.10pm : Monday in the mouth, in front of taw t'1ll1rt c.d

resplendent with lights, we must be convinced up in this country in canned oysters and : attention as call in per*oln..lddres i.,0ani Astor IIOUM-iltMir in Titii\illc. Urevani counts,
-I:4;Jam>> eT.aiHl Lauding a.Oo m I I Florida, bet\vet-n the lej il hour wile
tomatoes.. The of in Cal p :: *I .
that it will equal in brilliancy all discovery gold i Georgiana Fla. .. pbS
:
;5:: 0atuArme "spring 4:15 put j the following. g'm.ab. and chatuL.. Ui-wit .
that the imagination can conceive and ifornia gave an impetus to the trade, 1 I I
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One billianl table and
but the first of it *tK) am. EnterprisesaufiinL 2.:* p m tixttm, anti one
expansion was
realize; in a word, the wonders of the great F. .ATKIX OX.i. kd
H J>:IM a uiJ Cit Wharf: 1- enchanted palace mentioned in the Arabian during the civil war. Since that time I, ; ";.JO a in :>anf-rd. *. F 1:. 1:. 1 :4,1: p mrOSSHTlOSt : I'rtlJIt.'rty of s:detVmlant.! 1 nit
tales." New York Star.Treattnf'nt the canned goods trade has advanced by
I \Y"itne hand and l weal thi
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE > my n..r (U1 \ I
and bounds until .
leaps at present there is TWoi with M Johns Kailroad:
1 cber
+ I I of May. .\. I-. l$ s. I
a capital of 11000.000 invested here in i For the Second Ju-tice ni trict of HrcI i at \\ithFloriiIaSouthern llailaTatKoIl-* "*
for lrk Headache. ; list
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W\InIt
I ton with :-1.. John's and Haht.n liner I&ilroad.at [1- : >. < iK.III,\M.
The headache of indigestion accompanied : fruit and vegetable canning alone giv- yard county ; Court day*, third !JMomlay: Ator with >t .Johnsi and Lake llI"uI: lUilwaj ; I 1 :)t )Ia".r in ciiamvrv.i F
ing employment to ).OOO who of each month.m at DeLand Ltndin \Uh Leland and St. John
scintillations and persons : Junes A ;
by bcotoma. or \IiliiatumS.licitor.toreoatpi't
i
lUiIroad; at Blue spring with B s.. o. ('. and .\.. I pJ
of before the is always earn yearly $:.000,000, and turn out of -------- .. J & I. KlUilroail. -- - !
dazzlings light eyes, I --- ---- -- Hallway: at LUerpn' with A. I' :-1.
due to acidity and evolution of goods 20000.000, leaving a net profit of 11..SANIEfiS?, : tor Jmi\ille: at xinlord with trains. o! y@16.11'1"s MM:. Pre

ibises; in the stomach. When not accompanied about 20 per cent. to the investors. .L i the neater s, F.M\K IMiIro.d;.VKhT.for Tampa l)1 the ;PUut at Tampa*teatnship with Line.the I Tinier and by virtue i ..f an execution i--

aphasia or by a want of Coordination During the war advantage was taken i j for Pouts on lampa liar and Manatee Kiwialo *;ie Justice of the Peace fortheThir-
it i, easily cured by common by the Union commissariat departmentof 1 I with the I'lit.t! M-.iiihip Lin- steamshipsOLIVETTK : Judicial tiuuli ..i rl b.ritla. Iin\anl! C
: teenth District. and M\-COT1K for Ke>' We>t and r:
ealeratus soda. Let the economy in bulk and the ease in f county ujH>n a iuiigtm-nt n't'1I\"t-1\'t1 in tlh.
or &ujercarbonate I Huani every Monday and Thursday! armirjr at k-
the patient take one-fourth of a teaspoonful transportation of canned goods. Canned 'conDEY. FLORIDA. I Key West Tuesday and Friday alai HaxanaWd: i court of tl.o 11"llUrItl.HnHrO.: J-.n,,.
meat was found useful for rations in ('uurtlO the thud *>atur of each mouth. ; rlecilmy and stnmlav. .:etunl1lJ leases Havana; county Judge :m.ll'x-utlidt Justice i'i thel'eace
in much four six tablespoonfuls
water- to __ __
say I, __ every'Wkll1t'.da\ and Saturday.C I f., pal
forced marches; canned milk was a valuable r IJrevanl '<>unty, Florida amt
or more-wait a few minutes .\TEH-Ll\'E \'.AtElSntf? A Saut :
1ULE. : tr.tn..ri..11 M iid) <(< 'in'l1it.". when"
substitute for fresh milk in the : 'imrt ill
t h.
and if not relieved the do e The : II. s-.tan lItf.1lo1lItl1a1: LlfcC lent die
repeat :- titller:111)&lo (ou er Agent. PeBary Lire
and the hospitals when the latter could not be and Sick Heuefit _\-.*"' iati<'n. UiiB.il N Y. I C. J. Hector: tram |laintifl and M. S. f .M {kwas
glimmering soon cea-o. pain GIll
had. and the health of the waslargely W 'I mVir*ON I : defendant I hate levied i iin n and l will
I'orgets to follow. Hot water can be army (Jt.neral Tr:1thcg..tt.. lv.>|.lea. Line I maac
maintained by canned fruit and :ell, nt public! oiitcrx. t" the hightami
.
used if tho stomach i H weak and ----
very 'I l for "
et bidder cah: in tram ol the ( ours
Bondault's pepsiu j | will moluetimrelieve vegetables.At the end of the those nave yon Congh CINCER, Bronchitis.TONIC! Asthma without Indigestion delay.CsaPARKER'S Itueuredwanyo :i :)'I'I l:l:. IIoue door. in TituviU\ in maul l ......mtI \". Pit
war engagedIn
it without the soda. Dr. b. F. toe WurstamesandI. the best .
Landreyin remedy
the first in .lu\!
all affections Ire' 'iii-uit n''I'f tin :"f'llflt "dirol on Monday thininlmM I
the manufacture of these goods turned ft r of the throat and lungs and diseases: f>e tbt
Popular Science Nf. an-ingfrom impure blood and exhaustion. The feeble I the second day then-of ,\. 1>. I"****, within
---- their attention to supplying the European. and Mck,struggling against disease,and slowly drifting 1'irm.rcit ,ij FhriiL [101ft' Omltf!!. hours.
nd- to the grave,will ia many cafes: recover their health by I the legal of :male, the following property -
The Effects of Over Actltlty.Dr. markets with salmon lobster. The the timeuse of Parker's GingerTonic, ti.erlaiilS dangerous In (IiI11e'r/. to-wit
remarks that full exercisoof lobster trade had started ten Take it in time. U i*invaluable painsand ( :
Sawyer export years I! disorders of stoBiacli and bowe j. 'Oo.&t vrug6i>u. Valentine 1 II )1..rillh, ; Lilt number eleven ((111 t, in block nutnIKT 1
the brain is favorable to health and previously in the New England states. ; 1U
formerly Valentine E..Jont I I It>, as will ap{, 'ar upon a malt ur |ilat
and that brain work Soon after the Canadians the sal JI.U1"ELOrSMEMORY
began
longevity, prolonged .J '-, li\- :,. II. Kay, her. of the village ol )Melbourne RrrvanltotintY 1rIn
is not necessarily injurious when unattended mon packing;: industry, but did not meet next friend I, and .J. WiNonr .i .;;:lxrfornlanct Flurilltun"'yt..1 l an l lra.nl by

by hurry anxiety or excitement. with success. But the utilization of the :) (.run--. MI-: her husband, I I :M. S. Cook, civil engineer; dattml l Juiu-1'l-t, I:

The young and strong have an overplus enormous run! salmon up the Columbia v-. I I.J ; l>" sf; : :said lot trotits tiMiti Ntw' 11\.." 4A

of nerve force but when the nerve capital and other rivers on the Pacific coast put a III I's1'. (' >pp. j avenue street ami l i is! 'U>ttn
i is small the effect of over activity is I nplifc into the industry. Some idea of It havintrlx'en uuuieloa1i>eartothe'onrthr i! number twelve, eat by lot niimUr 1 N'. .

an immediate danger. Tho carryingof I how much the trade has grown may be ailidavit of the agent :,t."n'.nuUl'fll'Om- I i mouth b.y New haven avenue !' strvH an I

business cares and worriments overnight gathered from the fact that while in : l plainantN that ..lanlrV.. ( "pp.. the defendant I, west by lot ninul"r fourteen all of .aui i l -tUing -

is a drain on the nervous system. 18(50( the pack of salmon was only 4,000 DISCOVERY. N i a resident of the Tinted Mates, over in :-t'ltiun i, town-hip 1, !smith .,!

Peculations requiring keen, continued case*, during the past four years it has \Vlti fly l! tmilkf artificial. s\-t<-n;.. Arj' IxtukItarnetl g.1 I, j'ear*' of aue and that him present ri...i- !i range "S 7 rat.JO tta tta
a alertness, like that of locomotive engi : averaged 3.tWO.000. i in outrradiu:! Classes: : of 10iu LUltruore, deiuv ; J. F. lOWM.tNheritl ,
Id ,;) at IVtroit 15' J, at I'JuUileli.liu. lane tfU.*.-< "'f i i i.i unknown and alter diligent in-
neers and bank teller are extremely The next great era in the trade was : Columbia Law t-tiij-nt, at.11.1.... hell.--l")'. Oner- I iuiiy cannot he aiertaineil.! I[ > Hf r.nvanl Ort nt\. ; t
wearing. The nerve strain on speculators i tho compression of corned beef. Chi. lin, UimerMty <>t Ivnn... MicliitMti: t'nh'"it. I It i i.. therefore ordered that the said I I>ate.l this 1''.lb day! of May, .\. I) 1J'*>.4,
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( }tautat ----- ---- ,- -
is i obvious. The excitement of politics cago being a great cattle center, at once I thf. i'' .Scilltl HuUS W. W, .\"TOR Jin\H P i I ..JamesV.. ('01111 lo plead, an\\er or demur \OTICI:.
wrecks some men. A very monot- I embarked heavily in this enterprise. IStxuMix Judge "I'II.! Dr. liunnv. E II Coat, I I to the complainant hill of complaint

onous occupation exercises but one part I Foreign governments largely recognized Pn.ifipal,.. IIT N Yt.ttt': Normal College.i \Perfectly FiukIr'.iu :: herein tiled! on or before the tend dui I //i the Circuit ( '(uni ft.j fit,. Srrentk Jatlirtitl t.a.
tau it correcpomlfiioe 1'uvr
PriwjirctiiB :
of the brain and that excessively. the value of this system of preserving I'UOf, LOI:>KTTL. 257: Fifth ate, New YOlk. ., J uly, A 1 D.1\.% or the same will lie taken I I ( rnit ftf: rioritln. Hreranl C *',. S

"Thus the bookkeeper, dealing with I beef. They ordered large quantities of I' ---- ,: a> omfeved.And I\ A.I). !$*$. /" ( /Iflllt"t"ry. ..

figures and nothing but figures year after : it for consumption by their war forces. i Exhausted Vitality.THE it i is further ordered that a copy of !1 Thomas E. Hibbeti, ] I

year, becomes tired, listless inelastic I Much of this was stored as a reserve in <: I. this order publi-lu-d in the FLOIII I v*. Jill for Fum-kmim,

and finally incapable of work. A vaca-;i case of war but as the supply was ex-i I SCIENCE OF LIFE KNOW THYSELF 'T\J:, a new -pal''r published in the adjoin- I II. A. P'u-n-c. ) t

tion trip to the seaside or the mountains i hausted it has been continually renewed, I : : incounty of Itrevard l, there being no : It appearing; from the affidavit ,Ii the t
him the of the American. plIL *.CIiXCE: i If LII'I the great; Medical l Work I ne\\paper: publihed ill haute county, for I
benefits immensely, partly by tho I I to profit lit" the age: on :M.tmmlmmm.i, Serious and l'hy>nal1'tbility. I i i agent; of the complainant in the almve- ;
power of pure air and exercise, but The success of the Americans in canning Premature ei-liiie. Errors of Youth and four t'on"l''utinH'ek.* next preeetlinjj the !tate tl cause that the said! respondent. 4t
largely because the overworked areas of : goods provoked the English and | fie untold mierie* consequent<< thereon :.JO) page I :ail; l 2nd day of .July, .\. I >. l.>>'. I A. Pierce i* a non-resident of the Mate ..!
8 V.>.. US prescription for all di..t'a"l' Cloth, full Witncmy hand l and seal. and the meal
French emulation. Unable I Florida that the of remidener! of tin
tho brain are rested, and because a new people to to i '! place :
ui't only 1.0. til >aleil Illu-trati\e
m m *"
> !ampl of Court .
the aid
; at the Court Houe thi
set of acts and impressions exercises other ':: compete with the United States in what tree to all young and middle aged men The gold : .. I said! resMiiulent i* unknown, and that hei I
I ant J..wd1..dIt'llal: awarded to the author 14th day of May, .\. I'.1S" i i.. the of thenforehereby
brain cells that need exercising. had been already done, they turned their by the over age; 21 year it i is
As American business older I. attention to tho canning of delicacies.I I j National :Medical .\s8'iatlon.Jllrp P. o. Box HKNiiY T. 1'1n,1': I ordered that the said rt'mla.mdeut, t tm
men grow 195; Boston Ma,., or Dr W H PAKLEU, graduate !i Clerk of Court, bade Co. Florida. tI
they do not reduce the nervous expenditure I, This trade was developed to a very large of Hir\ard )1 ,h.a1l'I)1l..1o:". :;5 Yl'ars' practicein u fo.)1. IloKKIN. t Ill. .\. Pierce, do plead, all*Wl'r or demur to I;
in and extended this Boston, who may be consulted confidentially I the complainant's i : bill of complaint herein I
to correspond with its natural decline extent Europe, to .
lIffi.:. So 4 Bullfinch St Speeialty.: Insease of man j! Solicitor for Complainant.. tiled of ,
U-fore the 2ml July
{ Herbert Spencer touched country. But the importation of these on or day 1
thi3 point in the "gospel of relaxation"upon goods has fallen off in recent years, as j Cut thi* unto \'otyWtenV.may never ..t't' it agmiln.t ---------- ---------- I ,\. D. 1>I,,",, or the same will In- taken a. I If Ii Ii It It
( has --- --- -- ---- : ,tTiirs s,11.1:. eonfe*>ed l, and the complainant !lit. allowed
this into the
ho preached after his visit to this coun country gone manufacture -
try. Domestic and business troubles are of this class of goods, and producesa Notice i i. hereby given that under and to proued ex-parte in aid iaiie. And it ,

corroding upon the nerves. Cramming in much cheaper article, not at all inferior # 17. t- by virtue of a final decree of ale and foreclosure i i.. further} ordered that thi.onlcr. hue puhIihed i I II
iu the 1:1.01:11IT.I:; : for IJ
rendered by the Honorable .John newpajHrr
school results in what Huxley calls pre- to the imported. ,
I). IJroome Judge of the Circuit Court for four ('lIn'utiveHtk* prior to the maid l l2nd
cocious mental The The development of the canned ,
debauchery. brain goods ,
day of .J uh'. .\. I). lss.Witne .
I '' the Seventh Judicial Circuit of the State of
child industry has been but the
of a suffering from over study robs great, variety
t Florida the 4th of **, the Honorable John I>. Ilroome: ,
the blood of elements provided for the I I of articles treated in this way has been 'I ISSI'in,a on certain cause day in Chancery May, _therein \. 1). .Judge of aill"tlurt. a* well an A. A. Stewart i ii
i
growth of the body. As a consequencethe 1' even greater. Beginning: as it did with pending in the Circuit Court for ttrevurd clerk fli -aid I Court, and the seal of said l f

child is stunted, though his parents I' ship's beef, it has extended until it em- j ('otinty and for the circuit aforesaid, where Court, at the court Houc, in the town tlf !

may have been fine animals. parents of braces nearly all the desirable products j 'inaron Adam and John 1. Howe are I Titusville: P.revanl: county, aforesaid" this
I 1
nervous children should see that the the animal and vegetable kingdom i complainant, :Stephen Kyder and P. Millie the 20th day of Mav. ,\. I I'. 1SSS.

deadly! "school honor" be subordinated '' Lieut. Greely, after his famous arctic I Ryder are defendant l I. a. Master in I ,\. .\: :'TJ-W.\Kr,

to physical development. What is the expedition, said that canned apples ,j Chancery, will -.ell. for cash, to the highest:; 'Icrk! of Cm-ait Court

use of high skill without staying powerlToo j beaches Pears rhubarb green peas, bidder, on Monday. July the '!ntl, A. I). [:'t.alllf Circuit Court,

much of the night given to amusement | green corn onions potatoes and tomatoes :, hiSS, the same Iteiug the tint Monday in Jre\"anll'o.: Fla.J

4 to social or other affairs is the ', were all subjected to the temperature of 'i the montn, in front of the Court lion LVMAX E. H.\ns: I:...

cause of nervous Impairment. So areA GO d gs. below zero. They were solid for '! : door, in Titn*villl'. IJrevanl County, ..J"SF..JLJ.I.nl: *.

prolonged drudgery, the over use oft many months at a time, the second summer : Florida, between the legal hours of !ale, nil Solicitors for the ( '.cmmmpainant.6!

btimulating drinks or drugs and other: they thawed and the following : I the following described: real e*tate, to-wit : ..

a!! abuses and excesses.-Cincinnati Commercial i, winter they were frozen solid again. ,i All that certain lot, piece or parcel of land 31.tw1'Tit's S.ILE.Notice .

Gazette. When these articles were eaten they presented i with the buildings thereon erected, situated I i* henhinn; that under and by

the same appearance as though ]i ; I lying and being in the town of Kockledge, 1 virtue of a final decree! of sale and forfeiture

specimen of Chinese Ingenuity. freshly canned and their flavor was as in the County of IJrevanl, in the State of rendered by the Honorable John I>.

Messrs. E. Claudel & Bro. have received good when the last can was opened as 'I 1 1zI Florida, known a* block nuinlier ten ((10)), 1'rooine, .Juel l:ui the circuit court of the:

from San Francisco a wonderful during the J first month. l being a part of the north-west quarter I n I Seventh: Judicial circuit of the State ol
iII
piece of workmanship, which is a strik- Canned goods have proved a great boon I w \\i of the slIuth.t>a..t quarter (He 11 of Florida on May 20th, .\. I'. ISbA in a certain -

ing evidence of tho patience, skill and to the housekeeper. In cities at any I 2' "3 FAVORITE. l'ction1)( ) in township twenty-five |1:5) cause in chancery therein landing,in

ingenuity of the natives of the Celestial rate the goods preserved are cheaper | :south of ran;,thirty-six ( *>O j) eat, bounded l land the circuit court of Itrevard county and tor

empire. It is intended as an Easter offering than if bought in the fresh condition.j > .---, ,-. -. ,,.,,--, '.o described a* follow, to-wit : Uegiimingat : the circuit aforesaid, wherein Harry Fisher:

t an egg but little larger than a turkey This arises from the fact that they are : ?, : tut jour i l :o for terms ant a point on the northerly side of Ryder i i.. complainant and Jetler-on! ('uyler i t* defendant -
', i ;. ; jii ca-not.ll- or agent. write avenue, formed by the intersection of the sell
;: : and, to outward appearances nothing always jacked where the material is : I I as master: in chanceryvill
but such an egg as might be pickedup cheapest and most abundant. A great j t'i 1- : ( rP rtetalrerstnyoubelownetned I easterly side of ,.Alphatreet with aid I I for cash to the highest: : bidder on M!"nda

in any farm yard. But inside of the economy is exercised, too by the whole- ,; ChflE C GPak iCLVAS I northerly mile of Kyder avenue and running July 2nd, ,\. I'. INS.S. the "anie Itrini: the

shell there is such a delicate mechanismthat sale preparation' of meat and fish. i i iL o LJ' :FCU:: SQUASLNX- DALLAS I thence northerly and along the easterly j tint Monday in the month in front ot time)
; I ide of Alpha street two hundred fettto Ilrevanl
houe loor in Titunville,
court
an accurate description of it is well hTLANTA.GA.tANfRAr uA
The 1 popular idea that canned goods 'Z tr vrte' j
the .outht.'rh.oide of Avenue""thence | Florida Utwetn the I legal I h"tmr
nigh impossible, and to get a fair idea of are injurious to health is a mistake. Tin I county,
----- --- -- -- Il'atl'rh. and along said real---
; mtherly side i of j of male all the following dcst-ril-ed:
the limits to which human skill may 'which forms the coating of the thin iron ,\iilmiiiistrator Guardians : avenue ",\" and parallel with Ryder tate, tl..wit : Ml tin -.c certain lots of I land j

reach it is necessary to see this marvel. plates of which the cans are made, is not Notice. I avenue two hundred feet to the weferlvitle : I lying and being in the county of llrevaru

The eggshell is divided into two parts acted on at all by any ordinary acids orI I To all u7<"//i if ui'ty <".JW'r'It. of the public highway, thence southerly and Mate of Florida and lI'o'rillt.'ll a* fol-

but K closely and skillfully are they by the gases of decomposition. Certain Take Notice that mix month' fur date along the westerly side of !.aid'lulJic I I low, to-wit : Known a* liner plan of Indian

discover : firms iu this:: city have followed up every I I will apply to the llonorahle Minor ; hidlwatlll.l'arnllel with Alpha I River: City aid: plan U'ing recorded at the!

the line of junction. The tiny case of alleged poisoning from canned <. Jont, County Judseof IJrevanl County, street two hundred feet to the northerly 1 clerk'} .fficv at Tituville, Ilrevanl ('tJ'm!> .

work by which its different parts are goods without finding a single one of : Florida, for my final dichanre from my side of Ryder avenue, thence westerly I Florida a* wet half of lot imiuU-r "t-\'t'fI

operated are a lot of microscopic springs them authentic. The ordinary precautions ,:I auminitratorhip. of the etate of Sarah along the northerly "siit. Hi KydeV J 1 ,171" number twenty-three \m'!-' and lot nun"ter -

m and diminutive wheels, so small that the of taste and smell as applied to ,I F. ooltl:tll'cl'a-ttl. and from m". :uardian-; avenue and parallel with avenue *'.'m," two twenty-even (27( > and being; a partt

largest of the lot hardly rivals in size fresh goods are a sufficient protection I j i; sill of William Woolff, late an infant, hundred feet to the place or point of the northeast iuarurof time nurthwl tquar-

those mall: Spangles which are used in against danger in similar goods when now of full ajre. I beginning.Witness. I ter of motion thirty-three "i..i I. tnunhiptwentyfour !!

gold lace embroidery. canned and, judging by the progress of i Dated this mend day of February. .\. D. f my hand and seal thi. tbtli day I ((24\ :south of range thirty.-ix;

I The arrangement is such that once in the past decade in this method of food 1SsS. I of May, A. I>..1*>'. I,86t I : eat.Vittw.** my !hand and seal this

each hour the two shells which are preservation it seems likely to have a I JAMES M. P. POOL, WALTEK S. GKAIIAM, oltdav of May, .\. I)., livS.t .

hinged nt the base fly apart with a ,; still larger future before it.-New York :; Administrator of the etate of Sarah F. : Master in Chancerv.- : WALTEK: S. GIUIIAM,

spring, displaying to view a gorgeous Sun. {j I \\.41nltl; deceased, and sjuanlian of.I I>. L. GAULDEN, Mater in chauccry. .
WilliamVoolu"; a minor. Complainant >*>Ii l' tor. tJ.. t \1'iIhiarnseomlmlainant'lOIiCYtuls.:
tulip,, *<> artistically anal truthfully col- i i



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FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1SSS. 7
== .

Before the Camera. I... C. OLIVER.

Women are generally willing to have F. T. BUDGE. XOTICE.J. .

their photographs: taken, and in country OLIVER! ...\ l' OFFICE iainosvillo. Fla.. l
I have frequently had them cluster & B"tTDGE
places ,lllH 11. l"1''. f
for this i7
ground tho camera
object
but
; Notice i h yriventhat the fnllnin \\"- .'
men are less eager and in many cases Dealers ;-nametl settler liar 1iJl'llIotil'e of his
when requested to become part of a in intention to inaketlnal proof support ot
group I have seen them stand in tho hi? claim anil! that said proof will iKMiiatlo

background and so overshadow the face GEORGIA before A. A. Stewart. Clerk at Titnville --

as to make their picture unrecognizable. PINE LUMBER : Kla.. tinn:1I5t l.:-th. 1>X>. vi/ I
'
_Philadelphia News. : KIlM'rt II. (':Irtl'r. ot Turnbull. Fla..
i I II. E. 1O.';;::?. for the north east ijn.irlfi:

Too Mauy I'otatoet.. SHINGLES AND LATHS. 'I 1 of ioiith--t quarter lots 1 anil 2. see.

It is said that visitors to Ireland are 31. township 20 south. ranjjcS.; ca-f. .
struck with tho "pot bellied" appearanceof He name* the following; witnesses tn

the natives, men and women. This General Hardware prore the eontiinionresidence upon antieultivitiou )
of
sail Iiinl.
vi/ : .lanifs
distension of the
abnormal abdominal F. ( :hman, of TurnNnll : Kobert Car-
walls is due to the enormous amount of li*le. ot Miii : Kichanl Heriulon.

potatoes which they are called upon to Sash Doors and Blinds Stoves Tinware Mini : doses '1'nonlpon. of Turuhiill.ot
consume in order to maintain a tolerable ; and Crockery.Kefrigerators Fla.

degree of health.-Boston Budget.The 0. S. TrcKKK:
Repair.
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Manufacture of Crntctiea. PAIL TS A.\TD: OILS I r :\OTICI.

There are but three factories in the 4 I LAM OFFICE t ;aineslillei Fla. )

United States in which crutches are exclusively Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezers I June :. b' S. t-
: Notice i is .
manufactured, one each in Boston hereby given that the tollow- "
Philadelphia and New York. The I in-ulIIlt'tl settler has tik-tl IUltil'l'tlt her
Screen Wire Screen Windows intention to make tinal proof in
crutches which meet with the readiest Screen-Wire Doors. supportof
tier claim, and that aid proofIII hi
gale are those with elastic tops which are
made betoro .1..1. "te'\'art. Clerk Circuit
generally made of rosewood lancewoodor POWDER Court at 'I'itttsyille: Fla.. on July 1I th.
rock maple with a patent rubber AT NEW YORK PRICES. Is S. viz. : Jeanie' .\. Fox. of llorti. Brt'yard .

cushioned bottom. They sell for $12 a Co.. FI:1. I). S. List; for the la-t A

pair. The "cow horn" crutch is madeof TITUSVILLIt. ] FLOID.L\ I of 5onth-ea: .1| section 10. and ea-t haltoi !
a cheap grade of maple with nickel north-east I section !">. town..Iifp i"
plated ferrules. The handles are securely - I south range :!7' eat.She .

fastened by a wire rivet running throughboth New Lumber name the bellowing! \\ iuu"se* ft'
bides of the crutch and handles. Yard. I prove her continnoti residence! mien :n..1l'ultiltiuli

This b light, tasty and durable. The of said land viMill* O. l..
arm pieces and handles are made of black (Cottrell of Jlorti : Francis 1'. Hall ot

This crutch brings $10 at retail All IlortiRobcrt I Il. I Burchtiel. of(Geor L
cherry. kinds of Pine :: nlu
Many crutches are made to order, their Lumber Dressed and Undressed Cypress and Pine William 1). utrcn.uf Jeorpana.; : Fla.
7
S. C. TfCKii
price depending upon tho material em : :. It'i"'r.;

ployed in their construction. Some costas Shingles Laths etc. etc. AOTICI: .
$100 Free
high as a pair.-Detroit
Press. ".\SI1 OFFICE at Iaineville. F1t..1

Special attention to all June 2. 1>>'. {
given orders.
River
Trade Solicited. Yard i is located
the South Notice i
Side
Crowds Going to Chicago. on of > hereby <;iven that the follou5n -
CINCINNATI, June 10.-There have been Railway, West of the Grand View Hotel, Titusville. ,
rumors all the week that some unusually intention to make final proot ill Hippoit
low rates would be offered on railroad fare vv. P. .A.TCaETT: of hi* claim and that said proof will b.- t tn
from Cincinnati to S Agent; made before .1..1. Stewart (
Chicago, during the lie- _... Jerk, at
publican convention. This morning the Titnsville. Fla.. on .Jnlv 10th. 1>.SS. viz :
Kankakee line announced a rate of $3.00 for TROPICAL AND SUB-TROPICAL Irving l). Ili>eock. of Hoiti} Fla.. U.K.
the round trip, making the tickets good for TITUSVILLE FRUITS AND FLOWERS. ls'57'J: for the lot I. si'e.111. and lot* 1. :!.
week. They and :3{. see. l.>. unhip} .",
one evidently expect a great Egyptian Queen Pine Slips. :onth. ruire
37 .
many people will take advantage of this oc- etst.lie

casion to visit the Windy City as they announce FURNITURE STORE.A. INDIAN RIVET XURS3iRIES. names the following witne"* to
a number of special fast trains in ad- prove his continuous reidrnce upon and

dition to regular trains. Some people think Bone Meal, Tobacco Stems, Cotton-seed Meal, Cow Peas & Fertilizers. cultivation B. of aid land viMill* O.
that the rates may be even still lower before Cornell oflloiti ; Francis 1'. Hall.of
the convention is over. CATALOGUE MAILED FREE. TERMS CASH.JOHN Horti ; lobertll.Ihirchtlel. uf it'oroim:1; ;

Stanley Reported Wounded. 1 U. UB.\('][, Indian Kivcr Nurseries, East: Melbourne, Fla. William 7. I). Owen S. C.of (!eor i aua. Fla.
Froscher i'l'CKFi:. Jt'i.tt'r.
BIICSSELS, June IS.: -A dispatch from ,
Lisbon to the Independance Beige states that :\O'I'ICI:.
1 Arabs at Kinshassen, n town in tho Congofree PROPRIETOR. LAND
OFKICK
: : at aineville.. Fb.
state, say that Stanley was wounded ina )
with the May: It). LSSS. ,(
fight natives, and that after the
Notice i* !
hereby rived
fight half of his escort deserted him. The that the folulyiiiguauied ,
Arabs also say that Tippoo Tib has not setth has tiled notice of his :
Parlor Suites intention to make final
proof in
sent the ) support
promised convoy to Stanley. I ( t of his claim, and that slieIIH.oof will be

.\ Dlploinate Suivideo. $ made: before the (Icik' of Circuit Court

STOCKHOLM, June 10.-Count Richter, Bed Room Suites This renro'ent who was designated: to succeed Count Piper Throughout its various scenes Who use the tmuh's Bile Beans.Smith" viWilliam 1). Owen "f.(JeopMiiia"Fla.

as Swedish ambassador at London, has committed .1 BILE BEANS purify the blood, by acting .. I). S. HmO for the lot* l and '.\cc.
suicide at Stockholm by shooting Beds Mattresses directly: and promptly on the Liver, skin and Kld'I'he original Photograph, (5, township 21 south nun) I lots :3 aml-t) ,
himself with a revolver. has neyw. Lucy conxlxt of u vegetable combination that panel nine, of this picture section :31, township i:; :tenth rmt.I.
no equal in medical ont
Ncfeiicc Tlie" on receipt of lOc. in
t-uroCoimtlpa- C:1it.!
lion, MalarIa, and I> ,
la, and
Two ywpepi are a safeguard tltamn.Ldii'
of the
CurlirltU Married. against! all Y9, lie names the .
forninol"
feverw, chills and (V following 111fIItti:1
ver, gall stones! : lu
CLEVELAND, 0., June 10.-A largo Springs and ItrisiiCet! dlweawe. NU Louis. Mo. his
number Send 4 (--ent portage: for a ...an.I .- prove continuou- residence ami
of invited guess assembled Thursday I mailed 1110.pat..kage to and address lent the TRUTH of what \vo May. Price, 25 cents per bottle cultivation (if, sau. land viIrvimr / : upon
i ,
any
afternoon at the postpaid. IUtiE ONE Ufc'AN. Sold
country home of Mrs. by druggists.
And everything in the FrHXITra J. x*. saxzvzz db co., H. Hicoek. ofIleiirv 1111I11. "b. :
rKopiiiirrous
James ST. XJOTJZS ago.
A. OarhYld, near Mentor, 0., to wit- .
risli. or.; -ni.'ii.iiIJruner. .tt.r.t._
!flit... .L..
ness the double marriage of Mr. Harry Gar- line. Call and sec the New :Stock ; of Cit'riilll'i, lluuu'r1i..11cnIof .n.n. .

field and Miss belle Mason, of Cleveland, jut received. (Georgians f la.
and Mr. J. Stanley Brown, of Washington, 1 T' OTICE 0. 'I ."> S. C. TrcKF.i
D. C., and Miss oMollio Uar tlhl. The hur I Keeps full supply of metallic and wooden _. -- -------:_iegiti;
fixed for the wedding was 5 p. in. llev. Dr. XOTICI:. -----

Davis officiated. The house was splendidly Coffins, Cases and Caskets. Four weeks after late I
will
: apply' to
GREAT
dixwrated.Walt.. Funerals attended if dcircd.ll or- CHANGE IN PRICES OF GOODS.I of the l.revard Hon. Minor S. June*. County Judge'

Whitman HIM n Relapse.PiULAUELruiA tiers} promptly executed), and at roa.-ona- about county for leave to >ell
June 1 S. \\' ninety acres of land
al1. Whitman belonging to
the jHX-t has had a relapse and is again -rate-- _Embalming. -- _. -done.-- -_._- -- -I I am i>ivi,uivl to oiler 1 ml11en"p BargainMEN'S :-: in- I the ..*t:1te of Mills O. I.nrnhani. to pay
very ill. His friends are greatly alarmed : the debts of said estate, there being no

as he seems to be greatly weak. It is believed BEAUTIFUL RIVER FRONT personal property towh11 the right.
that ho saw too many visitors on BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S title and interest of said deceased in and
Thursday and that the excitement brought CLOTHING. to about IMJ acres in LotCI of ection 2 I:.
about thereby caused this sudden and unlooked ATFORCED and Lot 1 of M-ction .'{.">. townhfTS

for rvlapse. His mind seems clear, south, range :37 east, all being and lying
but languor and weakness him.I'ervoiiut. : Straw in the comity of Itrevaril. Stttof
;
oppress SALE. f wool an.c1.: Fur J3a1s: ; tin: d Flut ida.

CcL1: ;. white; mad: Pan.cy: Shirts; ( '11.\:'. II. "AI.r.llIlIr. .\ .
_\ H. II. N. est. M. O. Hnrtihani
rheumatism.Attorney General Garland has an attack of :'U(;i acres of high dry land beautifully Undorvvoiir: ::Rosier, Neck- This June Cth 1SSS. ;'

.
Cleveland situated on Indian, Uiver. Givcsit least t -- - --
and Thurman will have a con woLr Tr"Un.I: \
s zz.nd'VnlisostTmbrollis : OTI'E.State .
mile
ference. a quarter river front. Will be soldat

Prince Roland Napoleon Bonaparte called least ",() per cent. less than any land and: IBoots; County of of Florida 1n'\:1: rll /) InTo .111..tit't""e. .
on the president of like nature on the liver. We are I ,
Mr. Lothrop, the United States minister ordered to ell. and sell we must. I an.c1.: Shoos. You Hannah M. Sa:>>er.
has left St. are hl'reJJDfJtitil"ll that a writ 4Jf
A marriage Petersburg.license was issued at Chars Address or call on |t t;, Yon never yet had such a chance to get a lot of troods for >o littlemone. ] attachment l has l i'l't'n i i-Mied! against run

ottsville, Va., Tuesday to John A. Chand- C'lias. I>. Swot, Call anilye for our.-elves. demand an your property attached to atify the
let and Miss Amelie Rive*. i i iManager : ot I>. L. Gulden, amounting t..
''.
Gt>n. John C. Fremont will be at the Chi $ >. Now unless! you shall} appear before
cage convention. He is the of thee iT. BIR.JXfJBA U1\.I.I: I the Hon. Minor S.one, Judge of tLr
braska delegation. guest Indian River Real Estate Agency, 1 i I County Court and I'x-ofliciu Jn..tirr

President Cleveland T1TUSVILI.K. FLA. 25 I II I i i of the Peace for "aid county, at 1114utce
will be invited to visit
the soldier's home near Dayton, en route to I, I1 Second Door East of Indian River Bank, TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. at Titusville, on the <;;th (by'"f
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the centennial. ------1 Aupu-t, .\. I>. 1888, at 10 o'clock in the

John governor It is Schultz officially of Manitoba.has been announced appointed that lieutenant the lIon. PORTER & POTTER, i|Clyde's'- New York Charleston and Florida- the against forenoon debt": you., judgment and) your projtcrty will be*>< ld rendered to lta.


Th y My l Pheltw wants I)ate the ticket to read Harrison and 1'helps. j I 7; I)..1... (i.trf.nts, l'ltintilt
i Real Estate Dealers j steamship Llin.eii _
... The Death Roll. i i The Elegant \ollce.To I
Steamers of this Line
'
tx-Uovernor are atnxrintcd to Mile:
William llllrli.m" it
Johnson dial at & ( ( j/iny concern:
Bartbtown Rev. K).. Lake Worth. Uailv Co., Ma.I i FROM JACKSONVILLE Six months after date I will present to the HUIM. I
James Freeman Clarke, the well- I able Minor *.Jout-t. Probate Judge of lire aril C*. t
known tnitariandivm,., died Friday night ke Worth, Florida is the most trol'irall'3l t ofU.I. CHEROKEE, (New).. ............. ..... .... .. ................ Tlmrxlay, June 7th, 2:3< p in JOHN FU my final account and voucherof tl a estate of 1
at his residence in Jamaica Plain, ngJJ ... State. It lies parallel with the ocean beach, is S1:MIN0LE, (New)............. .. ....... ................... Tliuwlay. June 14th, S-.OO a m for my K final MOOKK.discharge: det-ea.ed administrator of said county cf the and 4kl at* .I

leventy-eight Ye3rs. J-J milfn lout of an average width of one mile, is CHEROKEE, (New)...................... ........... ......... Thursday, June 21.-t, :!:W m i ei-utf PHIXTAB: It. Wicf/js.: Aden r. iTitusville
Chafles Moorehouse connected with the ocean by an inlet and is nowhere SEM1XOLE New ...... .......... ... .. p j Fla., January IV. lay i.
and lawyer printer, journalistv over three- at the Bounty asvlum. Ball- The tiishing and hunting cannot be excelled
item-
61on John, v. Y., aged fifty- *e yeah 1'auo, blue fish yea trout, barracuta. ..heel'heall and J! FROM FERNANDII TS., !: WANTED !
Allen c'rittnJen. brother of ex-Gov- other flu fisu brink easily caught by: trolling or I
trnor Cn" ni'l 'a itb a I1t't. leer and wild turkey are plentiful in En.ryunclay: Afternoon -liHile and Artie Men to travel for ar)
< <:*", of Missouri, and halfb'Otber the pine woods bejond the chain of fresh water I : Established louse daring the summer ruoLtli
dielat! of U"an Murray- New York, Ukes which he weft of Lake n".rth. Dt-autiful cocoanut I After arrival of tit ; I i Those who can furnish a horn and It\.- nnrny I
Frankfort are in bearing all along the shores of i Kv., Friday. gropes j I lun.tlily to juy ei-
Ezra Baker a director of the the lake and guavas. mangoes. 84padillo. alligator I! Florida Railway and Navigation Co. 8 Train i p'nct-" ,\ great chance for the right turn !
Union
Pacific .
.
railroad pears, sugar 81'ples.loanll. died_at Boston. tamarind, coffee goosberry tree niaiiuiee apples, i ttt'rOt'l.I.1 uamei sod aJdrnt of rt'ft'ffl.ltt'tI No
maumee sapota, almonds, dates figs, oranges: I Leaving Jacksonville at :431): in. { attetitiu i paid to 1.. ..t..J card Xt'Hr uat.d about
.., : Notes.. liiueo, lemons, citron and all kinds of tropical fruits : I sending fctainp for reply Ad.Snloll"In'>l> !>*,"
counfi- leading glass manufacturers of the and flower are doing finely here. This is the most m i I I YLM.VSSEE Sundae. June 'ir.l YIlUASsEEsundry. Sunday June lath I Box 11, Richmond, \'a. v-.iua
DEL.\WAKE June loam I DLLAWAKK _
have concluded eastern part of Florida, being I'M miles east of the Suudy. June 24thMfinni
to closj
down
June lo, nuMiwtely.: on longitude of Jacksonville This brings the Gulf > an- appoint,-tt l to ail from PierEast Uiver, New Turk 1 TO oi'ii IC.tUlatS.
General Stream nearer to the land here than at any other
Master Workman Powderly was part of the coast, and thus insures the most enntempt'rature j: E'.l'n1'Ul' and I
day
horsed for rt'-t'It'Ction by the National of any place in the United States. A Friday at o o'clock P. M. i Malaria or Ague Surely Cured!

Convention of Kni"ht..i of Labor large acreage i* put in garden truck every winter, The freight nUll -fiijffraceoinino: lationsireuii-urpaH.e.l. Every attention will be In this broad assertion we 'Iak not MlK-ly. but
iron
Worker, from 15,000 toO COO bushels of early tomatoes being II given lm:-ine>:entrusted to this line.liirtet II state positnely that these and all iuia-inauc
Two grown: every year whi.-h l-rinir from $1..O toe all shipmentfrom New York via Clyde's Florida Line, J'ier:', East Kivtf. poisons ran be radically driven from tlie .tm.
Itrike. hundred bakers of St. LOUis are on t.:\.<.*). |KT \.lI..h..1. ("'v>.! Liitt-l,. ..:ort"* aut. ants : For further information apply to i and a permanent cure gnarknteed. Thousands y ofrhronit
>ith... are coiuemeLt Lots ot all sites uHII'n"l" i i J. A. TKAl), Dent, J. .\. LESLIE, Agent, I cases, whose triUmomilt tsar tndt"'". Lave
The strike of the secured by the abo\6 firm who hate: almost all of |I Feniantlina, Fla. NV.. Hay >t.,Jacksonville, }'Ia.I l been cured by our infallible nmf'd1.bleb
o has been brewery employes at Chi- the best laud to ,rell Parties bus tug now will in a TIIEO. t:. EfiEIt. Truffle Manager'M.. I'. CLYDE: CO., liKN'L _\iTS., I IJeitbu quinine, usenic.or anything jurioa contain "..
\\orklut'll .let-lanMolf. short time, more than double the purchase money. I Uo Uroutlway, N. Y. l: >outliWharves, Philadelphia, Broadway, N. Y. Full trt-atnieLt free by old rb.kian cf highest
struck the Tii ln, 0.. street railway I..its range from 5 to 10 acre, all fronting on Lake 1-'. M. IRUNMONUEK.: Jr., General Tr vehnj{ Agent. Jacksonville. Florida. standing, also trial remedy sent on teen) t of ad-
for Worth. Prices from f:;o to $300 an acre. Anyone
Wages. b-.,>t it and twnty-fi went back cents increase in wishing: further information enclose stamp to the i I Since last season VENTILATORS have been constructed on the iron steamers for the dress ASAHFL to MEDICAL nrnE.\tn LIOU>UAT X.ITHE .
to work. aboten'riu. I I better transportation o! Oranges and Vegetables. 9-',ins.



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8 THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, JUXE 2S, 1SSS.

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LOCAL LACOMCS.Mr. I Episcopal Church service at 11 a.m. -Mrs. E. H. Titus has been very ill I FOJ SALE.A Indian River Bakery I

on Sunday. during the past week, but at this time i ii tract of land on Indian River in the I

Gus. Millerha accepted a situa- i is l county of Urevard. consisting: ot >S ,- 1
improving quite rapidly. ? .
of ,
-Mr. and Mrs. Charles Magruder, acre: it being lot No. :H. and .south halt I atnuuton \\ flue

tion in the tore of Mr, Humph.Oliver Brantley, arrived in town yesterday.Mr. i -Rev. James Bolton will preach on of the northeast quarter of section35, t TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA.

and Budge are still head I : Sunday next at the Court House at and lot No. H: being the southwest '1utr.1 Fresh Bread, Cakes and Confectionery
C. H. Xauman, at the Hauloverhas 4 ,
of the northwest of .section
quarters for Georgia pine lumber.Mr. seven in the evening. All are cordially ter quarter : t' u.tautii- liana
\ a fine lot of Egyptian pine-apples I I 30, both in township :31 south range 31)

H. F. Atkinson started Tuesday I this season. : invited to attend. cast. This is a very desirable piece of P.OSTON.MILK risKxni.: UAII\M .\\i

:nornin for Jacksonville, to spend a few -Dr. Hughlett and )Jr-. Wilkinson, of i I; Ladies ladies! ladies Oliver I hammock the'raisin i'oilof:! of all rich tropical quality fruit, suitablefor ,. 1> TO G1E.11mI.1I'i OIIUKU: | ;

I and Budge have just received a large invoice I'artiess. L'nle. lVnut- .
days.
,; raI. r. I fur"
lIt
Rockledge were passengers Tuesday:: situated! at the Narrows, near Limos post- I care and at "lltl'lJI.lltrt't'' : r1.r-

_Mr-. Q. Stewart left on Tuesday I mornings train to Jack onville.Messrs. I II of flower and watering pots, and office. Will sell cheap for cash. For : Health ii\mu l e\"tTini'. .. its Xun-lnt"ll'alaoll.. i-rt,Cur

V morning train for a few days' visit to I Ender and Bark sdale are I are selling them at prices that will surprise I particulars address : Special Prices for Hotels,Restaurants,Etc.Q.tLTRcI .
I E. )!. ].( nr, i
friends at limo. I you. Call and see them. :, l'I'U.'h'tol'
J putting some repairs on the schooner i Sept. :3. Brol ktun, Mass.:

-It is hot weather, but the sea breezes Ruby Dye and extending the cabin sons= i -The usual :service will be held atSt. I -- -- - j.-rirruiAii- >. rn-M.unt.

temper the heat down >o that it i is pleasant to almost enclose the entire boat.Mr. Johns Church on Sunday next, mor- U. M. UUottA.t.,;,:vr
I INDIAN RIVER ART GALLERY
in the shade. lug and evening ; morning service to :
',111.ratton of Sherwood near !t i INDIAN RIVER BANK

-Mr. Walter Goodyear, who has been the Haulover, is painting the STAR ounce I I commence at eleven o'clock, and evening !: I

at Rockledge, started for Boston, the service at half past seven standard PICKEXS TVKXEK
is
flaying and when work completed appearance I Titus* lilt, Florida.

Ma "., yesterday morning.Mr. of the building will l>e very much I I time. All are cordially invited to attend. i A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRAS-

Henry Titus returned from I ITIlOl1la improved.The I: -Dont forget to attend the Entertain- Photographer, l SACTED.
I* now prepared to do anything in the
,'ille. Ga., last week, looking remarkably rumors that C. R. Cook had I mentltrager's Hall to morrow evening lxl."llallIO Loniltt nnlluld,, '1'" ::11 : .
I I Picture line. prompt attention ui\en toc >lli- -ti"u. |.".'i:..
l well after his trip. been transferred from the Enterprise jailto for the benefit of the Episcopal negotmted min tint laurtgI, 1"1 .a\ .:.,',.
I Views on Ea-t Coat and Indian River Hank, Corporation ami Imlix l\i.iN.: In;. !
-For linseed oil, white lead, or anything the State penitentiary are without i church. The ladies who have it in charge a Specialty. eat allowed turn delx..it..

in the paint line, write or call on foundation He i is still confined at En- f| have worked hard to make it a success on i.00,000 TO LOANOn
Ha the Authorized PiioxomiArn
and for I j their part. Those who happen to be visiting only
Oliver Budge prices. terprise. -I II
OF PKiisjDi:.cr CLIYILANI AND PAUTY First-class Real 1: tate.Ailruncv .
-Single copies of the STAn may be I -There will be a meeting of all those I ; our town will be sure to witness a i that has: over "been mnadeJurimI: their

: pleasant en lIil1's cntcitainment of home travel Orders by mail receive prompt wade upon available t.\lat.ort:
obtained, evenThursday afternoon, at I interested in the fourth of July celebration I
{ i I talent. { attention. -ItM'uno.! Approve*! buinv paper tli.romiu.ilnatl \.
' Gray's news depot, next to drug store. I at J Birnbaum's store to-morrow p on all part* of lufCll'l"

-When you are in need of anythingI I evening at G o'clock sharp. .\ prompt I| -The regatta: for next Wednesday A. M. Hamilton & Co., I l>ninf$*lone at Jaeksom: :. 1:1.: .

in the bou- ..furnhhing line call on and large attendance is requested atin- now promises= to be a great success, and I E\cry favor t-oiiMstent with "twn.i..
banking: *hfi-rfullj e.\t ntl. l.COiiEs .
Oliver and Budge. Their stock is com will conclude all of the final arrangements ; we further learn that a great many people TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, :> hNTs.: : : llkof.tatr., .u\ llt,
I. 0
1 plete. for the celebration of the day, from City Point, Hock Ledge, and WlmU'saK1; Ikall'l'S in .Jaeknum ille.: Flu.. The nubou.lai l :, IM; 1 1I
Rank, New York.
-We regret to learn that Mr. Her-ey, I Miss Straw-bridge: and Miss McFarland I other points will take advantage of I ;;

of the Signal Service Station, is on the and also Mr. and Mr,. ??. p. oibbs all of the half fare rates to vi-it Us on that day Indian River Oysters O. O.I -BAIGa: :

sick list: but we hope he will soon recover. -I Melbourne Parted north on the Tuesday I I and at the same time they al-o] can see I I Contractor & Builder

morning train to -pond the summer. )Ir. :, our progress on our artesian well. It i i.. FlSI1I 1 I.AKKOKT1I., ))_\In: ('n. F.t. ahouses.

will be reached in ol' all kinds, built cither >I"\
: n'aujcm also was one of the party. i hoped that fresh water I j'
Oliver and Budge will sell you a i Green Turtle and Game. day wane or on contract and \\mk I
refrigerator, cooler or a Jewell's celebrated They will} all return in the fall, and we a few days. There will also be a : find the in the for the folks, and .\I"nl
Jacksonville trust MisStrawbridge may I evening young All orihTs willl'l'l'in' prompt and can-fill uttintiosi work guaranteed. ti-\\ hun-'--
filter m cheap : orNew change beneficial to her health. i I also for those of the old folks who like to vhtlifr Ity 1 telegraph, for ale, in good tueatiouS.tt t bargain; !i I
York. I letter 01 i>ei-un. 17 prices ;ij.tinoA. :
I R. P. Paddi-on started Tuesday j trip the"light fantastic. r II
-Capt. I
I
-Don't forget to attend the 4th of

July meeting tomorrow (Frihly'l'II' morning for Jacksonville, where he 1! -In the :-:t. Auiru-tine; Correspondence TrrUSHOUSE, I I... :Hatch & Son, ;

takes charge of the steamer Queen of St. 1 of the 1',111- rllim of Monday we find '
ing: at six o'clock sharp. Meeting atRirnbaum's. I MALIKS IN
Johns, by request of her owner, Mr.J. G. !> the following: "})r. John \\' -cott and Titusville, Indian River, Florida.

Christopher, and will carry her to Wilmington : Mr. S. Van Gemmengen will leave tomorrow I DRY GOODS NOTIONS j
Ma-on has been
-Mr. Alfred Bi-hup N. (.'., and run her for about for Indian river Three dredges tI I I:. 11. :prttEJY. S'roprietor. ,

appointed Vice President; of the J. T. two month- during the :;('a-on. During \\'il11Il> put to work immediately and )Ir. I II I Hardware.
and K. \\". Co. and will take charge I II Crockery. Saddlery.
. I Ry. ; his absence Capt. Fitzgerald takes command Gmiminjren will continue the survey I Large Airy Rooms ; Excellent Cui- Stationery, Family Medi-
of the afHiirsof the Company in the placeof sine.
of the steamer Rockledge. j from Jupiter into lake Worth. It is expected I cines, Garden SetJs.
Mr. Beiitly resigned.A .
:
-The fast mail on Tuesday evening that the dredge will be into Lake Thio'"ll1kUUWl1 IIou>e i> nowopen

party of about twenty excursionists : was just forty five minutes late at Enterprise : Worth by next December.:' The people of for the reception of guests. CHOICE GROCERIES,

i from Aurantia, vi-iled the ocean but engineer Charlie Rhoads the east Coast only hole there is some ---- ----- ---- Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers.

beach, on Mosquito lagoon, la-t :Sunday, with his hand on the throttle of Xo. 1 i truth in the above :Su many reports re- CITY ioivr.: I'I.OR1I.t.EACOTT .
VIEW HOTEL
in the "I04tl) Gleam, and! had a fine time. of the Canal Company GRAND 1---
made up the lost time between Enterprise garding the operation I i ,, 1I I -- --- ----- -

-Weltarn that Mr. S. J. Watson, of and this place, arriving; on :schedule! amount to nothing that the people I I
TITUSVILLE, FLA. ; & Co. :
lUdura, has accepted a sub-contract for time. The run from Enterprise.. !.I throw di.-credit on anything the Compa- ,
I : I Ii .
carrying the mail on the .Smyrna route, made in just a little over an hour including j ny now say in regard to the matter. -H--- i TiTI"S1'11..1..1:. 1"1.\,

$ three trips week, for a compensation wood and i --_ I
per :stopat station and for I The most centrally locate! Hotel in City TIN & \YORKERS.. 1
of 8<>00 per year.Oliver I water.
:
:PUOGKA\ISIII: :: .
I
and Budge have moved their -
I -Our townsman D. L. Gaulden has I NI:1hIOUSE.. FIIteT-CLAS-
large stock of hardware, sash, doors and o UTTKIINi:, KOOPIMi) '
I found a Copartnership with T. Ilutchelt roul'th of .Jurr: ('('lciiralion. EVEIiY KESPECT.Open iI
Minds etc., to their new store on Washington I '! And Jhumfttftnriiig of tinWurr.
firm
buinesThe
in the lumber new .
avenue, and will be glad to see all I The regatta will cuinuicnee at one all the year round. Table Vnsurpassed. I I It
their old friends and new ones. of T. Hatchcll and Co. are receiving; l o'clock, under the supervision of II. Q. : Hath Room Free. t '

many large; shipments of Georgia pine and have I Ilawley. (;. F. Kncy, and II. 1 15. Wager, .
-Mr. II. H. Harrison, of Canaveral, a fine lot of moulding lathe. and all Committee on Kegutta. Kate, $_.:i( & 8 3.D O per Way.. Galvanize Work & Repairim of all tub.

sent us, by the mail-boat, on Monday, a kinds of house building material. Give A Foot-race at two o'clock, under the SPECIAL n.TIIJLI: : WKHK. j
; of X. C. Bralm.A .1IAI.ST... Uhu.,
charge/ Location : near i
fine lot of corn, which was
green verylender / A. MILLER iI
I them a call. Mr. Hatchett will Uag-race at three o'clock, under the Proprietor. 41 I
and well-filled on the cob.'e
charge of Geo. U.lrkl'O-IIale.
alwavs be found at the yard anxious -
return sincere thanks, Mr. Harrison: i _\r.iIu-nll four o'clock under
our ; :H'I' at ,
to accomodatc and render satisfaction 1 I ROBBINS
& GRAHAM
may your shadow never grow less. I the charge of E. II. Purdy.hcelbarrowrace ,
to all customers. I A five o'clock
\\ at ,
-Mr. J?. Belcher will open, on Monday I un-I '..
der charge of Capt. J. Q. Stewart. _-J.....
-The steamer Rockledge made a ..... -
I next, the premises lately occupied by j jMr. The first prize ill each of thee four I

: ..Howell Titus. It will be opened asa special trip to Tropic and Banana river races will l>e ?.> ; second prize, :$2.: ."'0. ,

i billiard room, and temperance drinks on Sunday morning and returned about Entrance fee, ">0 cents in each case. REAL ESTATE BROKERS & LOAN AGENTS.

i:30; the same evening; having on board A: Grand Ball in the evening under
i only will be I.li"'p(>nOlel.l.r. c wish Mr.t B. .
Messrs. Moran, Mason and Sneeden, of the management of Charley llhoad-s, G. -;: ;
every success in his new venture. I \Mackenzie and E. II. Wacer.

-The Indian River Ice Factory commenced the J. T. & K. W. Co. ; Mr Boynton Florida: Martial: of the Day-Dr. B. 1;. \\ il. LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD. I

general passenger; agent: of the son. ;
ice with this
delivering have wagon Southern ; and Major S. Conant, ,general Judges of the Ilegatta-S. H. Hay, S. Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to 24 per cent.
morning. They everything -
arranged manager of the Florida Southern. The F. Travis and .J. H. Hogan.

now, so they anticipate no more delays trip was made by the new ,vice-pre i Treasurer-W. M. Brown. Choice lots in rapidly growing Town'illlll't, iun.tor110< I l'r

in furnishing ice.'e predict that Imj..TT.Im..\ EMENTS. cent. in twelve months.
I silent of the road, accompanied by his !
they will meet with a ready sale for all The race will be sailed over thc regular Iloidemr lots in Titu.-ville from Si!O up to SUM)(*) ).
I friends, to look after the interest of the
they can manufacture.The I Titusville course. two rounds making! a Business lot frolll 5'O: to :_,)(.Io :
and work that
I company any necessary
distance of 13 miles.The .
ice factory is now manufacturing -i is needed to keep their business in the rules: Of sailing and time allowancewill I Lands.
excellent of ice Messrs. i Agents for Florida Southern Railway .
an quality proper shape which they intend to be in accordance with that of the
Morten and Foster have worked for along : Boston Yacht Club. I
pursue. I
time diligently to get the apparatus ;I Yacht will be classed as follows : More than j.OOOOlOI'rc'> :, of Choice Lands. located in nearly try
!' Messrs. Zellers Miller and Boats measiirins 2:j feet and
just right, and now they are prepared to : : Cleveland : upwards county in the State, suitable} for Fannin.ir. ira/injr.; Fruit and Vegttaul*
1 l I returned from their trip to the St. Lucie : constitute the First Class; Boats measuring ( -Pine. ('t and Cedar Timher. ?1 Acre anti<<
till all orders that might be tendered :: IS feet up to 2.3 feet constitute the Jrowinj; >re.ss price per'

1t them. The factory has a capacity of : on :Saturday evening last and broughtwith Second Class. The time of race is limited upwards. ;

: 31 i about four tons every thirty-six hours. them on the schooner ")[anate" 'I to four hours. Should the race be P. O. Box -JGO() Titiibville. Florida. ;

!i three of the genus sea-cow or declared off on the time limit, it will be
r -Mr. A. IT. Crawford brought into
illflwltlM'1 called the
I j\ These were caught for the next day.

i our office, last Friday, a watermelon I i placing those that died recently at Long PRIZES.rinsT A. A. STEWART: GEO. M. BOBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM: !
:
which weighed thirty-two pounds. It is XI I) ;
r !; Island, which had been placed there by: : CLASSFirst ; I Clerk Circuit (hurt. Atty. at Law. ;
finest melon for
the quality and size, we
this :Captain Zellers in charge of George W. Prize.......................... $100.00.1) I
lave
has an seen enviable reputation season. Mr.for the Crawford proli- : :Scobie. and also one or two for Dr. F. H. Second Prize......................... 50.00. BREVARD ABSTRACT OF TITLE COMPANY. !
i +
Columbus Ohio.
Houghton, at Mr. .
ficness which marks his vegetables and I I SECOND CI.\ a.

1 l fruits. Ed. Miller will, probably accompany I I First Prize.......................... $00.00. i ConllIete.hst..acts of Title furnished to all lands I" IIrf"ar 1

Ii I i Mr. Jesse Tucker has J two of them to Columbus. Capt. Zellers Second::' Prize........................ ut-J.C I 0. *' l count', Tloi-itln. 1
i received the ''
: i is well prepared for catching manatees
contract for carrying the Canaveral mail I TIUCI CLA!?<. Titles Examined and Perfected.Box i
; with the proper netetc.., and on this
for the next four years at a compensation : First Prize........................... 4000.
last trip met with unusual good luck.
of $:'c3; per annum. An effort is i On the Wednesday and Friday previousto t Second Prize......................... ?O. O.I 250, Titusville, Fla. _-

$ now being made to increase the serviceto I Entrance fee in First Class, $10 ; -
their arrival here
they caught six orseven Second Class, i$6 i Third Class, 4. :Six ATTENTION
two trips per week. The talk is about ; ; WE CALL THE
of these animal and as they onlywanted entries are requisite to fill each c1a*-. I

that the railroad company may put on three theturne the othersloose. i, All: entries should be made by letter or l Of the of Gtsidj,
people of Indian Rarer to stuck
a small steamer between Titusville and : Captain Zellers tried to ride : person to Mr. U. F. Ensey Titusville.. It | which we are offering at our close margin.
Canaveral during the winter season.Mr. Measurements will be taken by the Re- I' very
: one through the shoal water to the channel We make a specialty of
Committee the Srd.
on July.
Alex. Q. Halliday, of the :State i( but the manatee turned him too i; gatta The s.ari will be made flying, with i!,,

Agricultural College, at Lake City is ex- 1 many somersaults and he gave it up. a lapse of ten minutes for yachts in each : Groceries Grain and Flow

pected at the Haulover, in a few days, \: Mr. Ed. Miller tried it with better success -: class to cross the line before being handi-ii Hay ,
The in the Third ,
with his family, to stop for a while at but severely hurt his foot before i i capped. yachts Class of
I' | will cross the line first, followed by large tock )
On which will a
: We
we give special inducements. carry
Mr. J. D. Vann's. Mr. Ilalliday is "CQ'much the adventure was over. Uf course you 1 yachts in the Second Class, and afterward 1 ETC"s .

pleased with Indian River, and we I cannot get them to admit these antics, by the First Class. GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS BOOTS AND SHOES HATS AND CAPS ,

hope that other sections of South Florida 1 I but we ''caught on" to them just the | Diagrams of the course will be furnished find it greatlj to
to each the Which we are offering at low fi 'ures. Those needing hoes will
yacht entering race.
will not be too badly disappointed if we '1 same. We hope next time they attempt their interest gh"cou shoes very low.We .
t j Any other information will be cheerfully *) a call as we are "\.lling
should secure the location of the Southern to ride a manatee they will have better :,. given upon application to any will be pleased to quote prices at any time.

Experimental Station. success. j member of the Regatta Committee. E. L. aa.A.DY: : :aRO.



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